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Hannah Grainger - 5th January 1770 - Q051

Knaresborough, Widow

To my cousin Sarah Kay 20. Also my crepe gown and petticoat.

To Dorothy Darley, wife of Henry Darley, of Knaresborough, 5.

To my servant maid Elizabeth Newton, 20.

To Mrs Collins of Bondend my silver tea kitchen.

To Mrs Clark, wife of John Clark, of Knaresborough, common brewer, my silver coffee pot, my china, and my best gown and petticoat.

To Isabella Henlock, the daughter of William Henlock, my clock and case.

To Mrs Burnand a mourning ring.

To my cousin William Darley, of Ripley, my lidded silver tankard.

To the children of my nephew John Darley, at his death, 10 each.

To Thomas Rodwell of York 100.

To my brother John Darley an annuity of 10. At his death the same to go to my cousin William Darley.

To my brother-in-law John Grainger an annuity of 5. This to be in addition of the annuity of 5 given him by the Will of my late husband.

To Elizabeth Clark, daughter of John, 200, and to his [sic] sister, Sarah Clark, 100.

Residue of my estate and effects to my cousin William Darley and John Clark, whom I appoint Executors.

Witnesses : Aaron Locock, Francis Bedford

 

 

 

 

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