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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