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George Jackson - 6th May 1814 - Z063

Dunkeswick, Gentleman


To my nephew John Jackson all my real estate. On his death to my great nephew James Jackson, son of John Jackson. On his death to my nephew George Jackson, son of my late brother Samuel Jackson.

To my housekeeper Ann Jackson an annuity of 30. Also the bed and bedding she now uses, and the furniture in her room.

To Elizabeth Hayes an annuity of 10.

To Hannah Moisley an annuity of 10.

To my niece Grace Jackson, daughter of my brother William Jackson an annuity of 10.

To Hannah Dawson an annuity of 10.

To my great nephew George Bilton Jackson an annuity of 20.

To George Jackson of Knaresborough an annuity of 20.

To my niece Ann Scott all the household goods and furniture, linen, beds, bedstead and bedding in the Ship Inn at Harewood Bridge.

To my nephews Samuel Jackson, George Jackson and James Jackson, sons of my late brother Samuel Jackson, all my part and share of the trade and business of Spirituous Liquor Merchants and in the Liquors casks and other utensils at Providence Green and all debts due to the partnership.

To my nephew John Jackson all my household goods, linen, plate, furniture, china, bonds, notes, bills and securities, farming stock and all other my personal estate and chargeable with the following legacies.

To Mary Barrett 100.

To my great nephew Thomas Abbott 100.

To Frances Moisley 100.

To my nephew George Jackson, son of my late brother Samuel Jackson 400.

To George Jackson of Knaresborough 100.

To John Jackson and George Jackson of Knaresborough all such estates as may be vested in me as Trustee or Mortgagee and appoint them executors.

Witnesses : James Collins, William Collins, William Farnel, servant to William Collins

Proved at York 14th March 1814



 

 

 

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