Christopher Turnbull - 25th
June 1751 - O022
Knaresborough, Linen Weaver
To my daughter Mary Turnbull my copyhold house, garden and
To my wife £80. Also 2 beds, bedsteads and hangings, a chest of
drawers, 6 chairs, a tea table and the china in the parlour, all the
pewter and linen.
To her son £10 to place him out at a trade.
To my mother Mary Turnbull an annuity of £5. This annuity
to pass to my wife on the death of my mother.
My stock in trade to be sold and the money used for the comfort of
my daughter, chargeable with the above annuity.
Residue of my estate to my brother John Turnbull, whom I
Witnesses : John Gallon, William Benson, Christopher Swainston