|John Demain - 1st August 1741 - H077
Bramley Head, Parish of Fewston
To my son William Demain my copyhold real estate in Thruscross,
chargeable with an annuity of £5 to my wife, Jane Demain. If my
wife continues to live with my son then the annuity shall only be
20s. Should my son default then she may have the closes called
High Bray, Low Bray and Day Mowing in lieu.
To my wife all my household goods except [named items].
To my daughter Mary Wheelhouse [Mary
Demain], wife of William Wheelhouse, £20.
To my grandchildren John Wheelhouse, Jane
Wheelhouse, James Wheelhouse, Ellen Wheelhouse,
Mary Wheelhouse, George Wheelhouse
and Matthew Wheelhouse, £5 each after the death of my wife and
when they reach 21.
To my daughter Mary £20 two years after the death of my wife.
To my granddaughter Jane Seetree £5 after the death of my
Residue of my goods, chattels and personal estate to my son
William whom I appoint Executor.
Witnesses : Marmaduke Metcalfe, John
Simpson, Robert Joy
Proved 1st September 1742