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Robert Haxby - 2nd November 1776 - T010

Menwith with Darley, Parish of Hampsthwaite

To my son Thomas Haxby the house in which I now live, also the garth to the North, along with the stable and shop in which I now work. Also the fields called Lea Close on the South side, and Helm Close, and the High Cringles, and half of the allotment in Dickson Dikes. Also a piece of land to the West of the shop and turf house, also half of the close called Intack. All chargeable with 25 to my daughter Elizabeth Calverley.

To my grandson Robert Calverley 2 10 to be paid by my son Thomas to my daughter Elizabeth.

My daughter Elizabeth to have all the goods which she can prove to be hers, in my house and the adjoining housed occupied by David Jackson.

To my wife Sarah Haxby [named items to the value of 2], also an annuity of 2 10s payable by my son Thomas.

To my son William Haxby the house occupied by David Jackson, along with the turf house and the house known as Book house. Also [named closes]. All chargeable with 25 to my daughter Mary Groves.

To my grandson Robert 2 10s to be paid by my son William to my daughter Elizabeth.

To my wife Sarah an annuity of 2 10s, payable by my son William.

Residue of my estate to my son Thomas, whom I appoint, along with my son-in-law Isaac Groves, Executors in Trust for my son William until he reaches 21.

Witnesses : Jonathan Milner, David Jackson, Francis Scott

Inrolled 8th October 1777





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