1646 George Cradock


The will of GEORGE CRADOCK at Charleton made the one and twentieth day of March AD 1642 in the presence of John Hodges, John May and Walter Darby first I bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God.  I give to my wife MARIE CRADOCK eight pounds a year during her life to be paid yearly out of my living wherein I now dwell.  I give to my two daughters MARIE CRADOCK and ELIZABETH CRADOCK twenty pounds apiece to each of them to be paid at the age of twenty years; my will is that my two daughters shall have six pounds a year yearly until they come to the age of twenty years towards their maintenance if they so long live and to be paid out of my living.  I give to my wife Marie Cradock my bed and bedstead whereupon I lie with the furniture thereunto belonging; all the rest of my goods and chattels not given nor bequeathed I give to my son GEORGE CRADOCK whom I make my executor; I appoint John Hodge and John May overseers to this my will. John Hodge, Walter Darbye, John May 

Proved 18th January 1646/7 by George Cradock (with marginal notes in Latin 8th May 1680)


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