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James Batty - 28th December 1811 - Z049

Coxwold, Yeoman

All my copyhold property in Clint to my eldest son Richard Batty.

The house and garth in Bishop Thornton, now used as a Public House by Robert Cundall, and the three parcels of land adjoining called Mill Bank and now occupied by Richard Darnbrough, to my son Richard.

The several parcels of land inclosed from the Moor at Bishop Thornton containing 18 acres and occupied by Richard Darnbrough to my son Richard

My farmhouse and outbuildings in Bishop Thornton and all the closes of adjoining land now occupied by Mary Batty, widow, and Richard Darnbrough, to my second son Thomas Batty chargeable with an annuity of 20 to my wife Ann Batty.

All my estate and hereditaments at Husthwaite to my daughter Frances Batty.

All my personal effects to my friends Thomas Gibson of Sutton, yeoman, and William Kay of Easingwold, bricklayer, Upon Trust to convert into money and place at interest. Interest to be used to bring up my youngest son James Batty.

I appoint my Trustees and my wife as executors and guardians of my children in their minorities.

Witnesses : John Coates, Richard Morley, William Spence

Probate at York 1st December 1814


 

 

 

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