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John Lowcock - 16th June 1740 - H072

Cambridge, Fellow of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity

By my letter of attorney 19th October 1734 I appointed Joshua Hardisty of Knaresborough, Chapman, and Aaron Manby of Knaresborough, Chapman, as my joint attorneys to surrender my house with its gardens and two closes, commonly called Woodcock Hill Farm, containing 4a, along with all buildings thereon, being in Pannal and lately occupied by James Taylor.

I now give these premises to Thomas Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson and Ann Wilson, children of my father in law, the Rev Benjamin Wilson. Also all other my goods and chattels, less my legacies.

To the Rt Hon Lady Cathcart my silver tankard.

To Margaret Agar and the Rev John Wilson, ten guineas each to buy a ring.

I appoint the Rev Benjamin Wilson Executor.

Witnesses : Joseph Sabine, James Cavendish, Moore Meredith

 

 

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