|Jane Wooley [Jane Manby] - 4th
May 1731 - I010
To my son John Wooley the house in which I now live, for
the reminder of the Leasehold. Also all my goods, chattels and
I wish my son to live either with his uncle Aaron Manby,
or his uncle William Manby, or his aunt Mary Dennison.
Should my son die before reaching 21, then I give my house to
my sister Mary Dennison. In this case my goods and chattels
are to go to my brothers Aaron and William Manby.
The goods to be sold and the money invested. From this interest an
annuity of 30s to go to Jane Manby, daughter of Edward.
Also an annuity of 20s to go to Aaron Manby, son of Edward,
until he reaches 21, and at that time he is to have £20 from the
The residue of the principal sum to go to : My brothers,
Aaron and William, and my sister Mary Dennison.
I appoint my brothers Aaron and William, and William
Dennison as Executors.
Witnesses : John Mountain
Probate 24th May 1731