John Kent - 30th June 1797 - W063|
Haverah Park, Yeoman
My copyhold estate at Beckwithshaw, now occupied by John Wood, which I bought off
Isaac Forrest, to my son Benjamin Kent.
My copyhold estate called Dan Cross in Pannal, now occupied by Robert
Rollinson, to my son Thomas Kent.
My half of a 35 acre allotment on Rossett Moor, now occupied by Thomas
Dickinson, to my three sons Thomas, Benjamin, and James
My allotment at Beckwith Moor, now occupied by Frederick Stoner, to my daughter
Ann Kent, and at her death to her children.
My copyhold estate called Cryer Farm, in the Parish of Pannal, now occupied by
Henry Cullingworth, to my son James.
To my son Edward Kent my copyhold estate, within the Parish of Pannal, now occupied by
Henry Cullingworth and my son Edward. Also my half of the freehold estate at ??? Hill in Rigton, now occupied by
Edward. Also £300 out of my personal estate.
My two freehold closes of 8 acres at Weeton, now occupied by Abraham
Dennison, to my wife Sarah Kent, and at her death the same to my sons
John Kent, Thomas, Edward, James, Benjamin and
William Kent; chargeable with £150 to my daughter Ann after the death of my wife, and provided that my youngest sons
Benjamin and William have reached 21.
The residue of my real estate in Weeton, all my real estate in Huby and Rigton not previously mentioned to my wife and my son
To my wife £10.
All my real estate at Timble to my son John. Also £300.
The tuition of my sons Benjamin and William to my wife. Should she die before they reach 21, then the same to my son
The residue of my personal estate to my sons Thomas, James and
I appoint my wife and my son Thomas as executors.
Witnesses : Edward Richardson, Thomas Fletcher, Samuel Morrell