|George Wright - 6th
May 1732 - M022
Padside, Parish of Hampsthwaite, Yeoman
To William Petty of Padside, as Trustee, my copyhold
estates in Padside, Thornthwaite, and Thruscross, chargeable with
To my Executor all my goods, cattle, and personal estate, for
the payment of as much my debts. For the payment of the remainder
I devise to my Trustee my copyhold estates from the 25th
March following my death for a period of three years.
To Richard Oddy of, or near, Pateley Bridge, £10.
To William Bumby of Moorheads, £10.
To Isabel Hardisty, daughter of the late John
Hardisty of Reedshaw, £10.
To Jane Hardisty of Graystone, £4.
To John Hill of Rattan Row, £2.
To William Myers of Rattan Row, £2.
To Alice Bayke of Hingan, £5.
To William Myers of Northwood, and his sister Jane
To Walter Fawcett and his wife, of Rattan Row, £6, and
whatever his debt is to me.
To the children of Thomas Dawson, of Pateley Bridge, £5
To Jonathan Holmes, son of Walter Holmes of
Provided my Trustee pays all of the above within 6 years, then
he is to have the two closes called Burley Bank and Stone Close.
To George Wright of Redsike, my interest and title to
the three beastgates in Dacre Pasture which I bought from him.
To George Wright the son of George Wright, £5.
To the daughters of George Wright, £20 to be shared
To Ann Oddy of Thornthwaite, Widow, £3, to be paid
within 3 years of my death. After which she is to have an annuity
of £3 for a 16 year period.
To the two children of Joseph Richardson, of Craddock
House, £4, to be paid within 7 years of my death
To the children of William Petty, £10 each
To Isabel Wright, sister of John Wright of High
Rails, £2, payable within 6 years of my death.
Residue of my copyhold, leasehold, and personal estate to William
Petty, whom I appoint Executor.
Witnesses : John Reynard, Thomas Taylor, Robert Joy