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Thomas Barnet - 22nd November 1779 - T056

Knaresborough, Gentleman

To my wife Dorothy Barnet my real estate within the Manors of Knaresborough and Beechill.

The house to the East of the old Mill Gate near the river Nidd, now occupied by my son-in-law, Nathaniel Sharpe, to him and his wife Elizabeth Sharpe.

At the death of my wife the houses called Sandbed Houses and the Tentergarth attached, now occupied by Christopher Ibbetson the younger, John Chippendall, Richard Flower, John Robinson and Elizabeth Buckle, within the Manor of Beechill; also the house with the dyehouse, &c, at the North end of Mr Gallonís dyehouse, now occupied by Christopher Ibbetson; and all other real estate not before disposed of, to my daughter Eleanor Hucks, chargeable with : £40 to my daughter Elizabeth Sharpe. Also a further £60 at the death of my wife.

To my niece Mary Shirley, now living in Portugal, £10.

My wife to have the use of my furniture, and at her death the same (except my silver gill) to my daughter Eleanor.

My silver gill to my grandson John Hucks, at the death of my wife.

An annuity of the interest from my personal estate to my wife.

My personal estate to my daughter Eleanor, whom I appoint executrix.

Witnesses : James Collins junior, John Foss, Francis Fairbank

Inrolled 13th June 1781

 

 

 

 

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