| Ann Atkinson - 11th February 1802 - Y051
Scriven with Tentergate, Widow
The waste building now in two houses in Church Lane, Scriven with Tentergate, also the close called Halfpenny Close now occupied by myself and
William Taylor, also the interest on £100 secured on note to
William Taylor, to my daughter Mary Taylor, wife of
At her death the same, plus £150, to be equally shared amongst her three sons
John Taylor, William Taylor, and Peter Taylor.
Should Mary die before her youngest son reaches 21, then the same to her husband
William Taylor, Upon Trust to apply the profits to the maintenance and education of her children.
The close called Moor Close at Gallow Hill near Knaresborough and the interest on £150 secured on note from
John Dobson, to my daughter Ann Dobson.
At her death the same to her daughter Ann Dobson.
£100 to William Taylor, Upon Trust to invest and apply the interest for my daughter
Ann Dobson, and at her death to pay the principal sum to my granddaughter
[Then follows the division of named effects to the above legatees]
£5 to my niece Ann Farrer of Pudsey.
£2 2s to Jonathan Sweeting of Knaresborough.
The residue of my estate equally amongst my daughters Mary and
Ann, whom I appoint executors.
Witnesses : Thomas Lambert, Thomas Clark, James Collins
Codicil - 7th April 1807
The £100 In Trust to William Taylor for Ann is revoked.
Witnesses : James Collins, John Watson
Probate 4th April 1810. Effects under £450.