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William Eteson - 4th May 1807 - Z069

Knaresborough, Butcher

To my wife Mary Eteson my house in which I now live with all the household goods and furniture and after her death to my daughter Mary Eteson.

To my wife an annuity of 50. If my estate cannot provide then my son William Eteson and my son John Eteson and my son-in-law William Robinson and his wife Elizabeth Robinson shall make up the deficiency in equal thirds.

To my son William Eteson the close of land on Harrison Hill containing 5 acres and also the buildings in Knaresborough which I received in exchange from the late Sir Thomas Turner Slingsby chargeable with 100 each to my daughters Mary Eteson and Elizabeth Robinson. And a further 100 unto the Trustees later named in trust for my grandchildren the sons and daughters of my late daughter Catherine Stead.

To my son John Eteson the house in Knaresborough now occupied by John Dobson and also the piece of land now occupied by himself and near to the house occupied by him, containing 8 sq. Yd. And also the piece of land in Knaresborough behind the house occupied by John Dobson. And also as much of the land situated on the South West side of a line made in a straight direction from the North end of the house occupied by John Dobson to the wall dividing the privies owned by John Eteson from the privies owned by James Rhodes and George Brown. And also as much of the land on the South West side of the wall now erected from the privies to the wall dividing the property in the occupation of John Swales from mine.

To my son John Eteson the road reserved to me from the North West part of the yard occupied by John Simpson, James Rhodes, John Dobson and George Brown over the yard occupied by John Eteson into Windsor Lane.

There is always to be a road from Windsor Lane near the pump beyond the North end corner of the house occupied by Michael Scruton for the use of the occupants of there premises devised to my son-in-law William Robinson and Elizabeth his wife.

To my son John Eteson the piece of land at Harrison Hill now in the occupation of my sons William Eteson and John Eteson chargeable with 30 each to my daughters Mary Eteson and Elizabeth Robinson and another 30 to the Trustees later named for the children of my late daughter Catherine Stead.

To my daughter Mary Eteson the houses I purchased from Thomas Knowles.

To my son-in-law William Robinson and my daughter Elizabeth Robinson the premises in Knaresborough occupied by John Linsley, William Bramley, John Lewty, George Brown, Richard Holmes and Ellen Holmes, and also a close of land at Forest Lane Head currently occupied by me.

To my sons William Eteson and John Eteson and my son-in-law William Robinson the premises occupied by Michael Scruton, John Simpson, James Rhodes, Robert Conn and Charles Wray , and one fifth part of the residue of my personal estate On Trust to sell and use for the benefit of the children of my late daughter Catherine Stead.

The remaining four fifths of the residue of my personal estate to my sons William Eteson and John Eteson and my daughters Mary Eteson and Elizabeth Robinson.

I appoint William Eteson, John Eteson and William Robinson as Trustees and Executors.

Witnesses : M Calvert, Robert Byron, William Benson

Inrolled 12th May 1813


 

 

 

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