| William Thackwray - 4th March 1813 - Z064
Sulphur Wells, Innkeeper
To my wife £100.
To the Reverend Thomas Tate of Sheriff Hutton and my son Joseph Thackwray all my leasehold land, household goods, furniture, beds, bedding, plate linen, stock of liquors, stock of cattle, chaises an other carriages, hay, corn, straw, husbandry and all other my personal estate, Upon Trust.
To my wife an annuity of £80 to be paid in halves in June and December.
To Thomas Tate and Joseph Thackwray an annuity of £60 during the life of my son
To my daughter Mary, as long as she lives apart from her husband, £1 1s per week. If her husband resides with her then this payment ceases and in lieu an annuity of £30 to be paid. These sums of money are to be free of payment of her husband debts.
To my son Joseph Thackwray all my real estate subject to the payment of £2,000 each to my sons
Thomas Thackwray and John Thackwray one year after their 21st birthday. If
Joseph dies without any children then my real estate is to go in succession to
Thomas then John.
To Thomas Tate £10 for the trouble in the execution of my Will.
The residue of my estate to my son Joseph.
I appoint Thomas Tate and Joseph Thackwray as my executors and guardians to
Thomas and John.
Witnesses : William Collins, Hugh Crawford, S P Pullan
Codicil - 17th January 1814
To my wife Mary Thackwray the northern half of the newly erected house or lodging house at Sulphur Wells. Also the furniture in that half at the time of my death.
Witnesses : William Collins, Thomas Ripley, Joseph Brayshaw, Ostler at the Crown, Low Harrogate
Codicil - 25th January 1814
To my son Joseph Thackwray the house that I have recently purchased from
Joshua Smith of Spofforth.
Witnesses : Samuel Powell, William Collins, Joseph Brayshaw
Will proved 25th July 1814