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John Clark - 16th May 1730 - H060

Knaresborough, Innkeeper

All my real and personal chattels to my brother Edward Clark of Ele??e House, Northamptonshire, John Richardson of Knaresborough, apothecary, Robert Ross of Knaresborough, butcher, In Trust, and appoint them Executors.

One quarter of my Trust income to be paid annually to my daughter Dorothy Gibson [Dorothy Clark], wife of Christopher Gibson, for the maintenance of herself, her husband Christopher to have nothing to do with it. At her death, this fourth part to go to her children. If she has no children than that part to go to my other three daughters Mary, Jane and Elizabeth.

One quarter of my Trust income to be paid annually to my daughter Mary Thompson [Mary Clark], wife of John Thompson, for the maintenance of herself, her husband John to have nothing to do with it. At her death, this fourth part to go to her children. If she has no children than that part to go to my other three daughters Dorothy, Jane and Elizabeth.

One quarter of my Trust for my daughter Jane Clark when she reaches 21, or when she marries with the consent of my brother Edward.

One quarter of my Trust for my daughter Elizabeth Clark when she reaches 21, or when she marries with the consent of my brother Edward.

Witnesses : Thomas Budworthy, Philip Dixon

 

 

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