Jane Pearson - 21st December 1763 - Q003
To Jane Buck daughter of William Buck of
Knaresborough, Blacksmith, [named personal items] and my furniture and
linen in the best chamber over the parlour in the house that I now
To my niece Ann Buck, the wife of William, all my
clothes and the residue of my household goods. Also £40.
To William Buck £60 to invest and use the interest for the
maintenance and education of his daughter Jane. She is to have
the principal sum when she reaches 21. should she die before reaching
21, then the principal sum to be kept by William. Also a
further sum of £40 Upon Trust and to use the interest for the
maintenance and education of Richard Buck and William Buck,
his sons, until they reach 21; this sum to be equally shared when they
To William Doe, Thomas Doe, John Doe, Henry Doe, Eleanor Doe,
and Elizabeth Doe, the children of Thomas Doe of Kirk
Deighton, Yeoman, £40 to be shared.
To John Forest and Sarah Forest, the children of John
Forest of Leeds, Yeoman, £20 each when they reach 21.
To Ann Pullein and Henry Pullein, the children of Richard
Pullein of Seacroft, £20 each.
I forgive Richard Pullein the sum of £10 which he owes me.
To Sarah Buck, the sister of my niece Ann Buck, £20.
I forgive Henry Pullein, brother of Richard, the sum
of £20 which he owes me.
I give my freehold estate called Frestons, in the Parish of Farnham,
to Jane Buck. Should she die before reaching 21, then the same
to the children of William and Ann Buck.
The residue of my personal estate to William Buck the
father, and John Ward late of Minskip, but now of York,
Gentleman, and appoint them Executors.
Witnesses : William Howgate, William Swale, James Collins
Memorial of Will at the West Riding Registry of Deeds, Wakefield,
AZ 143 178