Peter Atkinson - 18th
September 1781 - U067
Scriven with Tentergate, Flax Dresser
To my wife Ann Atkinson the house in Church Lane, Scriven
with Tentergate, now occupied by Andrew Brasendall, and at
her death the same to my son Peter Atkinson.
To my son Peter the house and shop, in Church Lane, in
which I now live. Also the close of land called Halfpenny Close at
Scriven, when he reaches 21.
To my three daughters, Mary Atkinson, Ann Atkinson, and Susanna
Atkinson, £100 each two years after my death
To my wife, whom I appoint Executrix, the close of land called
Moor Close. Also all my household goods &c, and personal estate,
and stock in trade. She is to provide for my brother-in-law, Andrew
Brasendall, meat, drink, and washing, during his life.
Witnesses : James Collins, Francis Fairbanks, John Foss
Codicil - 11th June 1785
As my son Peter is now deceased, I give the house in
Halfpenny Close to my wife. I have now given £50 to each of my
daughters, and this is to be considered as part of their £100
Witnesses : James Collins, Francis Fairbanks, John Ingham
Inrolled 20th December 1786