Thomas Stubbs - 21st February 1789 -
To my eldest son John Stubbs my real estate at Holehouse,
allowing my wife Anna Stubbs to live there.
My wife to have the close called Swalmire.
If my wife takes possession of the property then she is to be
responsible for the mortgage and an annuity to sister Alice
My son John to pay £50 to my son Thomas Stubbs.
My real estate at Beckwithshaw to my son William Stubbs,
chargeable with the £50 I owe to Thomas ?arlor and £40
owing to Sarah Slees, and the following legacies :
£40 each to my daughters Hannah Dickinson, wife of John
Dickinson, Mary King, wife of George King, Ellen
Henson, wife of Thomas Henson, and Ann Stubbs.
£20 to my grandson William Hays, and £10 to his sister,
when they reach 21.
If my son William marries Martha Winterburn then
the above devise to his is made null and void, and th property is to
go instead to my son John, In Trust until my grandson Thomas
Stubbs, son of my son William reaches 21, when he shall
The residue of my estates to my wife and appoint her executrix.
Witnesses : Joshua Hardisty, Peggy Holmes, Richard Wood
Inrolled 17th August 1791