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William Darnbrough - 21st November 1813 - Z061

Knaresborough, Fellmonger

All my real estate to my wife Katherine Darnbrough until my youngest son Thomas Darnbrough becomes 21.

To Thomas Darnbrough, at 21, the house in which I live, and also the Lime Pits, warehouses, stables and outbuildings now occupied by ??? Watson and John Inman adjoining. 

To William Darnbrough the close of land in Scriven called Sisterís Close chargeable with an annuity of £25 to my wife and payable once my son Thomas becomes 21.

To Thomas Darnbrough, at 21, the closes called Dodgsonís Close, Janerís Closes, Leutyís Close and Smithís Close, chargeable with a annuity of £25 to my wife. 

The cottages in Bondend near and adjoining the Parsonage Garth and all my personal estate to my wife, William Thackwray and William Snowden of Hunsingore Upon Trust for my wife to enjoy the profits, until my daughter Katherine Darnbrough becomes 21, for the upbringing of my children. Then Upon Trust to pay to my daughters Mary Darnbrough and Katherine Darnbrough £1,000 each. Upon further trust to allow my wife to have the interest of £1,000 to be raised out of my estate.

Upon the death of my wife the £1,000 to be paid to my daughters in equal shares.

I appoint my wife, William Thackwray and William Snowden as Trustees and Executors.

Witnesses : Robert Grimston, William Ibbetson, Samuel Powell

Proved at York on 6th July 1814




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