|Thomas Nursaw - 4th
December 1732 - M016
My copyhold house and 14a 3r of land at Beckwith in Rossett,
now occupied by Thomas Precious, to my son John Nursaw.
Also £350 : £300 at my death and £50 on the death of Ann
Edeson. Also a silver tankard, a silver salver and two silver
salts, and the best bed that is in Ann Edesonís house,
with the bedding, a chest of drawers and my silver watch.
The piece of land and barn in Beckwith in Rossett that I bought
off Jeremiah Nicholson, and 10a of land in Clint, to my son
My copyhold two houses and 12a of land at Beckwith in Rossett,
now occupied by John Spence, to my son Thomas Nursaw.
Also £200 : £100 at my death, £50 at the death of my wife and
£50 at the death of Ann Edeson. Also a silver pint, and
half the goods at Ann Edesonís house.
My copyhold house and 17a of land at Killinghall to my sons Joshua
Nursaw and Richard Nursaw. Also £200 each : £150 at
my death and £50 on the death of Ann Edeson. Also 4 silver
My copyhold house and 21a of land at Hampsthwaite to my son Samuel
Nursaw. Also my freehold land at Hampsthwaite, chargeable with
an annuity of £5 to his mother. Also a silver pint and half the
goods at Ann Edesonís house.
The house and two closes I bought from Joseph Thackray
to my son Robert Nursaw. Also £300 : £250 on my death and
£50 on the death of my wife. Also 4 silver spoons.
To my daughter Ann Nursaw £350 : £300 on my
death and £50 on the death of my wife. Also a silver gill and the
beds and bedding in the best chamber where I live, along with the
chest of drawers. Also the tea table and furniture that was my
The land and the legacies that I have given to my three sons, John,
Thomas, and Samuel, are in lieu of the £50 each left
to them by my brother John Nursaw.
To my wife and annuity of £10 and the use of all my household
The tuition of my children to be with William Coates of
Ripley, John Marshall of Clifton, my brother-in-law, and my
Residue of my goods and chattels to my son William whom
I appoint Executor.
Witnesses : William Hardisty, Thomas Simpson, Mary Henlock