Arthur Myers - 15th July
1762 - P081a
Felliscliffe, Linen Weaver
To my grandchildren Thomas Myers, Robert Myers, and William
Myers, all the corn tithes from my land at Felliscliffe, the
reversion of which was given to them by their grandmother Isabel
To my grandsons Robert and William my estate at Cold
Coats in Felliscliffe, which I bought off John Umpleby containing
a house and 4Ĺ acres of land. Also the corn tithes from that land.
To my nephew William Myers, £20 when he reaches 21,
chargeable to the above property.
I appoint my nephew William Hill and Jonathan Milner
as Trustees and Executors, and to receive the income from my real
estate and to apply it for my grandson Williamís maintenance
By a pre-marriage agreement between my wife Elizabeth Myers
and myself, she is to receive an annuity of £3. this is to be charged
to my copyhold property.
All my goods, chattels, and personal estate, to my Trustees, to
settle all my debts, and the residue to then go to my grandsons Robert
Witnesses : Samuel Myers, James Wardman, William Simpson