|Dorothy Cooke - 9th
January 1732 - L003
Felliscliffe, Parish of Hampsthwaite
I have surrendered my copyhold property to my Trustees, Thomas
Harrison and William Jeffrey.
After the death of my husband, Jonathan Cooke, I give to
Francis Bilton, senior, the six closes of land called Well
Close, Laith Close, Peeler Close, Little Close, and two others,
with the ancient building, two barns, an oven house, stable, turf
house, now occupied by my husband, chargeable with :
£20 to the assigness of my husband.
£20 to Dorothy Wilson.
£1 each to Robert Harrison, Chretto Harrison, Marie
Harrison, Susannah Harrison, and Ann Pil??.
£2 to Thomas Harrison.
£2 to Thomas To??.
After the death of myself and my husband :
To Catherine Chippindale, an ancient building, barn and
stable, three closes called Low Close, Middle Close, and Little
Close, now occupied by Luke Kendall, and at her death the
same to her daughter Dorothy Chippindale. Should Dorothy
due before her mother then the same to her brothers and sisters.
This is chargeable with an annuity of 10s to Susannah Dodgson
and a sum of £10. £1 to Susannah Bilton. £1 to Luke
Kendall. £1 to Ellen Fleetham. £1 to Marie Stead.
£2 to Marie Broadley.
Witnesses : William Harrison, Thomas Simpson, Hannah
Fleetham, Jonathan Cooke