|William Andrews - 24th
January 1724 - L020
Henry Slingsby, Esq., owes me £110. I give this to my
granddaughter Sarah Andrews.
To my granddaughter Sarah one pair of bedstocks,
bedding, furniture and linen in the chamber, and little chamber,
in my house.
To my grandson Jonathan Andrews half of my personal
The other half of my personal estate going to my
daughter-in-law Margaret Andrews, on the condition that
within six months that she pays off half of her husbandís debts.
If my grandson dies before inheriting then my granddaughter to
have his share and pay off the other half of her husbandís
My friends James Collins, of Knaresborough, Gentleman,
and William Guisley of Knaresborough, Linen Draper, are
appointed Trustees and supervisors of my Will.
I appoint my grandchildren as Executors.
Witnesses : Thomas Danby, Richard Kettlewell
Codicil - 5th
[Replaces James Collins with Philip Dixon of
Knaresborough, Linen Draper, as a Trustee]
Witnesses : Joshua Glover, Christopher Long, Christopher