Robert Parker - 24th June
1762 - P079
East End, Parish of Fewston, Yeoman
My copyhold real estate in Clifton to my grandson Robert Bramley,
when he reaches 21, chargeable with an annuity of £5 to his mother, Ann
Bramley, and £10 each to his sisters, Mary Bramley, Ann
Bramley, and Hannah Bramley, when they reach 21.
Should he die before his inheritance, then the same to my daughter Ann
Bramley, the wife of John Bramley. She may hold this
property until my grandson Robert reaches 21.
My copyhold property, now occupied by Thomas Gill, at
Spinksburn, to my younger daughter, Dorothy Stubbs, wife of Samuel
Stubbs. At her death the same to her children, Robert Stubbs
and Mary Stubbs.
My copyhold close called Dysons Close, now occupied by Samuel
Stubbs, at Brame Lane, to Jane Stubbs, the eldest daughter
of Samuel, when she reaches 25.
£60 each to my grandchildren, sons and daughters of Samuel :
John Stubbs, Samuel Stubbs, Alice Stubbs, and Ellen Stubbs,
when the each reach 21.
£5 to my son-in-law Samuel Stubbs.
Residue pf my personal estate, goods and chattels to my son-in-law John
Bramley, whom I appoint Executor.
Witnesses : George Thackery, William Watson, Emanuel Watson
Probate 25th August 1762