| Stephen Broadbelt - 29th May 1799 - X028
The three houses and five closes called Great Close, Little Close, Laith Close, Allotment and Webster Garth, at Killinghall, now occupied by myself and
William Baldison, to my wife Ellen Broadbelt, chargeable with :
£70 each to my sons John Broadbelt, Stephen Broadbelt, and
William Broadbelt, and £50 each to my daughters, Ellen Broadbelt, Elizabeth
Broadbelt, and Mary Broadbelt. All to be paid when they reach 24.
The two houses in Killinghall, now occupied by William Gibson and
Christopher Wray to my wife.
The parcel of land called High Jackson Garth in Killinghall to my sons.
The house in which I now live to my wife who is to pay the interest on £500 that I owe to
James Collins of Knaresborough. At her death the same to all my children.
Residue of my estate to my wife whom I appoint executor.
Witnesses : James Collins, Edward Richardson, Miles Robinson
Codicil - 31st December 1801
Since my Will I have bought off William Williamson a house and land at Killinghall which I now give to my wife.
Witnesses : Edward Richardson, Joseph Holiday, Thomas Stead
Probate 27th January 1802