Francis Gill - 4th January
1749 - O009
My real estate at Burnt Yates, which I bought off Thomas Cass, to
my eldest son Francis Gill, chargeable with £20 to my son William
Gill when he reaches 21, and an annuity to my wife Jane Gill
The estate where I now live and the estate occupied by Miles
Spence, to my son William, chargeable with an annuity of
£2 to my wife Jane.
To my daughter Jane Gill £80, chargeable to my personal
effects, when she reaches 21; the interest being used for her
All my household goods, beast, sheep and horses, to my wife,
chargeable with my funeral and court expenses.
To my son William, £40, chargeable to my personal estate.
The tuition of my children to my wife and if she remarries then to John
Williamson of Ripley. And Joseph Simpson of Clint, whom I
appoint Executors in Trust.
Witnesses : Mary Forest, William Coates, Richard Umpleby
Codicil - 8th January 1749
Daughter Jane to now receive £100. The extra £20 being
paid by his son William at the death of his wife.
Witnesses : Robert Spencer, William Coates