William Lupton - 1st
January 1783 - U009
Bilton with Harrogate, Yeoman
My house in Bilton with Harrogate, occupied by William Leaf,
and the three closes called Pointer Closes, with the barn, cowhouse
and other buildings, also one half beastgate on the Stray, now
occupied by myself William Morley, and William Pullan,
to my nephew William Lupton.
My house and the two closes called High Pasture and Low Close,
now occupied by me, in Bilton with Harrogate, to my nephew Thomas
Lupton, subject to estate for life of my wife Alice Lupton.
To my executors £120 In Trust to place at interest, and apply
interest to Mary Westmoreland, wife of William
Westmoreland of Bilton with Harrogate. At her death the
principal sum to be divided amongst her children.
To my brother Marmaduke Lupton an annuity of £5.
To my executors £80 In Trust to place at interest, and apply
interest to William Shutt of Spofforth. At his death the
principal sum to be divided amongst his children.
To my wife £10, also an annuity of £20. also the house in which
I now live, and the use of my furniture.
To my nieces Ann Bruce and Dorothy Lupton £100
To John Bruce £10 Upon Trust to apply the interest for
the maintenance of his daughter Betty Bruce.
To Humphrey Bumby £30.
To Thomas Greaves formerly of Pateley Bridge £10.
To James Bumby, Peter Hardisty, William Westmoreland, and Robert
Morley, one guinea each.
To the Churchwarden and Overseer of the Poor of Bilton with
Harrogate, £10 secured to me on the credit of the turnpike road
from Plompton Corner to Skipton, In Trust, to divide the interest
amongst the inhabitants of Bilton with Harrogate that have need.
Residue of my estates to my brother Thomas Lupton and William
Jackson the younger, whom I appoint executors.
Witnesses : John Dearlove Junr., George Burnand,
Inrolled 22nd January 1783