Oliver Coghill - 11th
November 1774 - R043
Coghill Hall, Esquire
To my wife £500. Also my linen, household goods, &c, ns all my
liquor in my London house.
By virtue of the marriage settlement, my daughter and only child, Jane
Coghill, will, on marriage or reaching 21, receive a considerable
fortune. I now confirm that settlement. By that settlement I am
entitled to dispose of £4,000 as I wish. I now give that sum to my
At the death of my wife I give to my daughter the residue of my
Should my daughter die before reaching 21 then the residue of my
estate to my brother Marmaduke Cramer.
I appoint my wife and brother guardian of my daughter, and appoint
my wife Executrix.
To my brother Marmaduke £100.
To my sister Catherine Smyth £30.
To John Harrison, collector of ?? in Ireland, £30.
To Rev John Hudson, £30.
To Robert Hucks, Esq., £10.
To ? Kelly, Esq., £5.
Witnesses : Thomas Lamplugh, James Collins, junior, Martin
Codicil - 11th November 1774
To my wife [still un-named!] the tithes now farmed by Duffield
Scarah, Edward Leaf, John Wood and John Metcalf at the rent
of £14 per annum, Upon Trust to sell to my brother John Cramer.
If he chooses not to purchase hen the money to sink into my personal
Witnesses : Mary Lamplugh, Elizabeth Hopkins, James Collins,
Probate 29th November 1774