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Robert Clarkson - 29th August 1757 - P022

Killinghall, Butcher

My house and land at Killinghall to my wife Elizabeth Clarkson and my son Thomas Clarkson.

When my son Thomas reaches 21 he is to have the house and land, paying an annuity to my wife of 2 10s, and to allow her to live there.

To my mother Mary Clarkson an annuity of 5.

To the poor at Killinghall the interest on 10 to be paid by my heirs on New Years Day.

To my cousin, Bartholomew Clarkson, 1s, and a coat.

To my cousin, John Luty, 1s and a coat.

To my brother Simon Morris [sic perhaps brother-in-law] sons, 1s.

Should my wife die before my heir come of age, then I wish my father, Thomas Clarkson, to look after my effects.

Witnesses : Thomas Clarkson, Ann Clarkson the younger, Judith Wade

Inrolled 5th October 1757





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