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George Henlock - 7th February 1818 - Z120

Scriven with Tentergate, Gentleman

To my daughter Ann Henlock 1,000; also my best tea caddy and spoon, 8 of the best candlesticks, 1 pair sugar tongues, 1 butter knife and my print of General Woolfe.

To my daughter Margaret Henlock 1,000; also 2 prints of Tippoo Saib, my silver teapot and stand, sugar basin, cream jug, 2 pairs of sugar tongues, my second best tea caddy and spoon, all my silver tea spoons and a pair of table spoons marked MC.

To my sons William Henlock and John Henlock all my real estate in Knaresborough and Great Ouseburn subject to the legacies above mentioned.

To my son William Henlock 4 silver salt cellars and spoons, 4 silver table spoons and 1 large silver gravy spoon.

To my son John Henlock a silver pint, 4 silver table spoons and 1 large silver gravy spoon.

To my dear wife Elizabeth Henlock the bed, bedstead and hangings and the bed, bedstead and hangings in the adjoining room with other such articles of furniture to furnish a neat house.

The remainder of my personal estate to go equally to my four children but chargeable with an annuity of 50 to go to my wife.

My wife to have the house that is now occupied by Mr Viport to live in, and if objected to then to be paid 12 12s per year.

If my children die without issue then I give all my real and personal estate to my brother John Henlock chargeable with an annuity of 50 to my brother William Henlock and an annuity of 20 to my sister Mary Redmayne.

I appoint my brother John Henlock and William Collins of Knaresborough, Gentleman, guardians and trustees for my children and executors.

Witnesses : John Gowland, Thomas Johnson, Joseph Watson


 

 

 

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