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Will and Testament Richard Burberry of Brockham 1824



Will
and Testament Richard Burberry of Brockham 1824

 This is the last Will and Testament of me Richard Burberry of Brockham in the parish of Betchworth in the County of Surrey , Farmer.

I desire to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named. I will in the first place that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid and all my ---

-------- be parted with and household furniture be sold for to pay the legacies and just debts within twelve months after my decease.

I give unto Wm Fuller my son in law the ---------- of one hundred pounds and after his death the promiseable to -------- to his two sons Wm Fuller and Thomas Fuller my grandsons fifty pounds each. I give unto Martha my daughter in law the wife of my late son Richard Burberry now the wife of Thomas Unwin the interest of two hundred and fifty pounds and after her death the promiseable to ----- to her five children son and doater [sic] of my late son Richard Burberry fifty pounds each. I give unto my son Thomas Burberry the sum of four hundred pounds but my will is that my son Thomas Burberry shall pay to my sister Andrew the sum of two shillings per week for her life. I

give unto Mary my doater the sum of four hundred pounds. I give unto Ann my doater the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds. I give unto James my son the sum of one hundred pounds. I give unto Hetty my doater the sum of one hundred pounds and all the remainder of my estate over and above hereinbefore mentioned shall be equally

divided between my five children hereinbefore mentioned that is to say Thomas Mary Ann James and Hetty but if there should be losses by bad debts so as it should not amount to the same before mentioned then and in that case my five children shall share and share alike in the loss and my will is that my children shall be accountable for all book debts and notes of hand and all agreements of any kind the same as then and now I hereby nominate constitute and appoint John Hoe Junior of Brighton and Thomas Uwins Junior at Brockham joint Executors of this my last Will and Testament and I give them five pounds each and all reasonable expenses paid them hereby revoking

and making void all other wills by me at any time heretofore by me made declaring this and only this to be my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I have thereunto set my hand and seal this six day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen.

(Signed) Signed sealed published and declared by the above named Richard Burberry the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other of us have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.

 

Batchelor Bishopp

Edward Stenning

 

Proved at London 29th April 1824 before the Worshipful John Lanbury, Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oaths of Thomas Uwins the younger one of the Executors to whom admon was granted having been sworn duly to adm power renounced (?) to John Hoe the other Executor