Archdeacon Will 1696/7 #36, Andreas, of Henry Inch, died 9 October 1697:

"KK Andreas: This is affirmed to be the last will of HENRY INCH who departed this life about the 9th of October 1697, being of good and perfect memory at the making thereof. Imprimis, he commended his soul to God and body to Christian burial. Item, he left to his BROTHER DANIEL INCH a pair of britches and his shoes and stockings, and a barrel if his wife pleased. Item, he left to his BROTHER RICHARD a coat. Item, to JAMES BREW his best hat, and a staff or a fork that was in the house. Item, he left to his SON HENRY his part of the lands he had in mortgage with the houses built thereupon, conditionally he would live with his wife and be assisting her and do according to her directions and her will, but his said wife to have the full use thereof during her natural life, and after her decease to return to his said son as aforesaid. Item, he constituted and appointed his WIFE KATH: CURLET ALS INCH his lawful Executrix of all the rest of his goods whatsoever, and left 6 pence apiece legacy to all his children. Witnesses: John Curghey, John Crebbin.

THE EXECUTRIX SWORN IN COURT according to law. The Inventory brought in by the Executrix 1 pound 0 shillings 0 pence. Pledges according to Law, Thomas Cowl & John Crebbin."




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