Dennis Manby - 10th December 1789 -
Felliscliffe, Parish of Hampsthwaite, Yeoman
My half-house, stable, blacksmith shop, two
gardens and garth, five closes called Great Worm Ing, Beanfield High
End, Holm Lane Low End, and Holme Lane High Intack, totalling 3
acres, to my nephew John Manby, chargeable with £20 to my
niece Hannah Manby, £20 to my niece Sarah Manby, and
£20 to my niece Ellen Whincup.
My nephew John to make default of payment
of legacies of £120 which was left by his father William Manby
equally amongst his three daughters Hannah Manby, Sarah Manby,
and Ellen Whincup. My copyhold estate bequeathed to my nephew
John, and occupied by him, to be charged with these default
This copyhold estate is further charged with £5
to my nephew John Hudson; £2 to my sister Jane Holmes;
£2 to my niece Ann Shires; £3 to my nephew Joseph Dibb;
£2 to my niece Mary Whincup; 10s to my niece Hannah
Barker; and £2 to my niece Mary Clapham.
The residue of my restate I give to my nephew John
Manby, whom I appoint executor.
Witnesses : Jeffray Hare,
John Gill, Lydia Patrick
Inrolled 10th July 1793