Martin Adcock - 11th June
1742 - O013
To my wife Elizabeth Adcock, whom I appoint Executrix, the
lease of the house in which I now live, and the house farmed by Ann
At her death, the same to my son Robert Adcock, and at his
death to his children.
Also to my wife, the little house in Raw Gap Lane farm, and at her
death the same to my son Robert.
To my son Robert, a bed, bedstead and bedding, 4 chairs, 2
thrown chairs and 2 framed chairs, 1 dresser and 1 range.
Residue of my goods I leave for my wife, except my clothes which I
give to my son.
If my son dies without issue then his inheritance to go to his wife
Isabel Adcock, and William Jerman, the son of William
Jerman of Knaresborough, and Elizabeth Dearlove, the
daughter of Mary Dearlove of Ripley, and Mary Dearlove,
the daughter of Ralph Dearlove, shawl maker, of Green Hammerton.
Witnesses : Elizabeth Mountain, John Wilks, William Clemetshaw