In the name of God Amen; I CISLY WINCH weak in body but of perfect memory blessed be God for it do make this as my last will and testament; First I bequeath my soul unto Almighty God my maker and Redeemer and my body to the dust from whence it came. ITEM; I give and bequeath the third part of all my goods and chattels or the worth of them in money unto my daughter SCOTT. ITEM; I give unto my daughter’s children the wool that is in the house. ITEM; I give and bequeath to my sister HILL a silver pot and the cover to it and a porringer and a spoon. ITEM; I make over to my said sister that 15 pounds which is owing to me by William Chambers of Bigglesworth. ITEM; there is a silver tunne which I give unto […] GEORGE SCOTT. ITEM; all the money which is owing unto me I bequeath unto my daughter Scot. ITEM; I bequeath unto my daughter Scott the flat silver tankard and three bowls and the old salt. ITEM; I give unto HUMPHRY SCOTT my gold sealed ring which I wear. The sealed ring that was the Judge’s I give to my son WINCH. ITEM; I give unto my cousin WILLIAM LEE forty shillings. ITEM; I give unto the poor of the town of Everton the sum of five pounds. ITEM; I give and bequeath two jewels of forty shillings apiece for little MARY WINCH and little CICELY. ITEM; a ring of twenty shillings for little HUMPHRY WINCH. ITEM; I make my son my sole executor to see this my last will performed – Cicely Winche – witnesses to the will – William Lee Margery Barnardiston Thomas Bolnest
Proved 19th May 1629 by Onslow Winch son and executor
From Visitation of Bedfordshire
 Marginal Note: Dame Cicilie Winch of Everton in Cowhurst deceased
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