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John Parker - 13th April 1771 - S004

Fewston, Gentleman

To my wife Jane Parker my house, farm and outbuildings, now occupied by George Beecroft, and the two closes called Paddock and Calf Close, in Fewston, occupied by myself. Also the house in which I now live.

At her death the house in which I live to my relation John Stubbs, son of Samuel Stubbs of Norwood. Also that part of my house now occupied by Joseph Jennings. Both chargeable with :

An annuity of 10 to my wife.

10 each to Samuel Stubbs, Robert Stubbs, Jane Stubbs, Eleanor or Ellen Stubbs, and Mary Stubbs, the children of Samuel.

10 to Dorothy Stubbs, the wife of Samuel.

10 each to my relations Robert Bramley, Henry Bramley, Mary Bramley, Ann Bramley, and Hannah Bramley, the children of John Bramley of Wydray in the Parish of Fewston.

10 to Ann Bramley, the wife of John.

5 each to Ann Irish of Fewston, John Irish of Bland Hill, Parish of Fewston, Mary Irish of Fewston, Samuel Irish of Menwith Hill, Ann Bannister, wife of William Bannister of the Parish of Hampsthwaite, and George Simpson of the Parish of Fewston.

3 to Mary Irish, the daughter of Matthew Irish.

To my friends Thomas Parkinson of Fewston, Gentleman, and John Irish of Wydray, Gentleman, the residue of my real estate, Upon Trust, to sell.

Residue of my goods, chattels an personal estate to my wife, whom I appoint Executrix.

Witnesses ; Samuel Lamb, William Hodgson

Proved 2nd February 1776, and inrolled 7th February 1776.





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