|William Broadbelt - 17th December 1727 -
To my sister Hannah Leeming [Hannah Broadbelt] my
house and land at Beckwithshaw, also the mortgage with her son William
Leeming, and at her death the same to my nephew Joseph
To my nephew William, the £100 he owes me.
I have Bonds from Christopher Burniston, of Ripley, and James
Collins, of Knaresborough, for £400 for the payment of £200.
my Executors are to call in that money to settle my debts and pay
Mr Long to be paid the £30 I owe him.
To my nephew Richard Broadbelt, £65.
To my niece Hannah Burniston, £30.
To Grace Wheatley of York, my kinswoman, £5.
To the poor of Knaresborough and Bond End Scriven, £5.
To Martha Saltonst, daughter of John Saltonst,
To my kinswoman, Jane Collins, the daughter of James
To my kinswoman, Mary Beckwith, the daughter of James
To William Leeming, the son of my nephew William,
To Mary Leeming, the daughter of my nephew William,
My Trustees to have £20 for my funeral.
To Joshua Glover, one guinea, for being my Trustee.
I also require my nephews Joseph Leeming and William
Leeming to by Trustees, who are to have the residue of the
£200 after the above legacies have been paid.
Witnesses : Luke Orton, Francis Shepherd