|Richard Andrews - 29th
March 1734 - L001
My copyhold waste building in the market place, Knaresborough,
occupied by myself, William Hardisty, and Bryan Hill,
to William Pullen of South Otterington, Clerk, and Robert
Ross of Knaresborough, Butcher, for the use by my wife Jane
At her death the same to the children of my late nephew, Thomas
Andrews of Knaresborough.
My three closes in Ferrensby called Harwicks, being 12 acres
and occupied by Samuel Sharper, to William Pullen
and Robert Ross, for the use of my wife. At her death the
same to William Pullen of Arkendale, chargeable with £50
to William Pullen, and £50 to Hannah Pullen, his
My house called New Grange, at Scotton, with the outbuildings
and seven closes, now occupied by Thomas Green, to my wife Jane.
At her death the same to my nephew John Andrews, chargeable
with £200 to whoever my wife has nominated in her Will.
The two houses at Beach Hill, in Knaresborough, now occupied by
William Houseman, Christopher Ingham, and Mary Skaife, to
my wife. At her death the same to my sister Hannah Pullen [Hannah
To my sister Hannah £1 1s.
The children of my late nephew Thomas, are to pay, on
the death of my wife, to John Headley, the son of Dorothy
Residue of my goods, chattels, and personal estate, to my wife Jane,
whom I appoint Executrix.
Witnesses : Henry Pullin [Probably Pullen], William
Smisson [Probably Smithson], Robert Brown
Memorial registered at the West Riding Registry of Deeds,
Wakefield, on 3rd August 1734, in Book FF Page 730 Number 1051