I Charlotte Maria Wynch the wife of the Reverend Peter Bourchier Wynch of the Vicarage of Westfield in the County of Sussex Clerk do declare this to be my last will and testament whereas by virtue of the settlement made previously to and in contemplation of the marriage of me the said Charlotte Maria Wynch (then Charlotte Maria Stovinspinster) with the said Peter Bourchier Wynch the monies to arise by the sale of an undivided third part or share of and in certain hereditaments in the County of Lincoln in the said indenture of settlement mentioned or referred to and thereby directed to be sold and the stocks funds or securities in or upon which the same monies should be invested and also a certain sum of four thousand pounds three pounds per cent consolidated bank annuities or the stocks funds or securities in or upon which the monies to arise by the sale or transfer of the same bank annuities should be invested were settled upon the trusts in the said indenture mentioned during the lives of myself and my said husband and the life of the survivor of us and after the decease of the survivor of myself and my husband upon the trusts in the said indenture mentioned for the benefit of our children and issue and in case there should not be any child of our said then intended marriage or if every child being a son should die under the age of twenty one years without leaving issue of his body living at his death and every child being a daughter should die under the age of twenty one years without having been married then upon trust for such person or persons and for such intents and purposes and in such manner and form as I the said Charlotte Maria Wynch at any time after the solemnisation of my said then intended marriage and as well when covert as sole and either absolutely or with or without power of revocation and new appointment by any deed or instrument in writing to be sealed and delivered in the presence of two or more credible witnesses or by my last will and testament in writing or any writing in the nature of and purporting to be my last will and testament or by any codicil or codicils thereto to be signed and published by me in the presence of the like number of credible witnesses should direct or appoint. Now therefore in pursuance of the power in this behalf given to me by my said marriage settlement I do by this my last will and testament in writing signed and published by me in the presence of the two credible persons whose names are intended to be hereunder written as witnesses attesting the signing and publication by me of this my said last will and testament direct and appoint that in case there shall not be any child of this marriage between me and my said husband or if every child being a son shall die under the age of twenty one years without leaving issue of his body living at his death and every child being a daughter shall die under the age of twenty one years without having been married then and in such case from and immediately after my decease in case I shall die in the lifetime of my said husband all and singular the monies to arise by the sale of the said undivided third part or share and hereditaments so directed to be sold as aforesaid and the stocks funds and securities in or upon which the same monies shall be invested and also the said sum of four thousand pounds three pounds per cent consolidated bank annuities or other the stocks funds or securities in or upon which the monies to arise by the sale or transfer thereof shall be invested and the interest dividends and annual produce of the same monies stock and premises shall go and be held in trust for the said Peter Bourchier Wynch his executors administrators and assigns for his and their own absolute use and benefit. In witness whereof I the said testatrix Charlotte Maria Wynch have to this my last will and testament contained in one sheet of paper set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four – C. Maria Wynch – Signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Charlotte Maria Wynch as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses hereto – Charles Harrison Solc 14 Southampton Buildings – Hy Ridley Beal clerk to Messrs E & C Harrison 14 Southampton Buildings
On the 30th September 1856 Adm’on (with the will annexed) of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of Charlotte Maria Wynch (wife of the Revd Peter Bourchier Wynch clerk) formerly of Westfield in the County of Sussex but late of Grosvenor Place in the County of Middlesex deceased was granted to William Alexander Willis and Charles Wimberley the executors of the will and two codicils of the said Revd Peter Bourchier Wynch deceased whilst living the lawful husband of the said deceased and as such the sole person entitled to her personal estate and effects over which she had no disposing power and concerning which she is dead intestate and the sole legatee named in the said will having been first sworn duly to administer no executor having been named in the said will and the said Revd Peter Bourchier Wynch having survived but died without having taken upon himself the letters of adm’on (with the said will annexed ) of the goods of the said deceased
 Second daughter of Rev James Stovin, D.D. for fifty-one years Rector of Rossington, near Doncaster, and a Magistrate for the West Riding of Yorkshire by his wife the daughter of Mr Charles Rivington, printer, of Staining Lane, whome he married Oct 16 1790.
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