"Malew: Imprimis, In the name of God, amen. I CHRISTIAN PARR being in health and of good and perfect memory, do first commit my soul to God and my body to Christian burial. Item, I leave unto the poor ten shillings. Item, to my GRANDSON JOHN CHRISTIAN in Dublin twenty shillings. Item, I leave to my SONS ROBERT AND JOHN CHRISTIAN five shillings apiece if they demand it. Item, I constitute and appoint my SON and DAUGHTER ROBERT AND MARGRETT QUAIL Executors of all the rest of my goods moveable and immoveable and that each of them have an equal proportion, only that my said DAUGHTER MARGRETT shall have five pounds over and above or out of my said SON ROBERT's share or proportion. And if it my will and pleasure that if either of these my said Executors die before or after my own decease without issue, then his or her part of goods shall return to the survivor, and that no one also shall claim or pretend any right to any of my goods (otherwise than what is above mentioned) whilst either of these my Executors ROBERT OR MARGRETT are living or their issue. And to this my will and testament I subscribe my name and affix my seal the 27th day of October in the year of our Lord 1692. [signed] CHRISTIAN PARR. Witnesses: David Jenkins, Henry Halsall.
IT IS MY DESIRE that the twenty shillings which I formerly left to my HUSBAND THOMAS PARR should now be given to my GRANDDAUGHTER ANNE CHRISTIAN. Witnesses Katharine Quaill, Margaret Halsall.
BY REASON OF THE DEATH of the said Mr. Henry Halsall and the absence of the said Mr. David Jenkins by his now residence in the kingdom of Ireland, the within written is acknowledged and declared by the said CHRISTIAN PARR to be her last will and testament to all intents and purposes in witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names this 21st of August 1695. Witnesses: Katharine Quaill, Margaret Halsall.
THE EXECUTOR SWORN IN FORM of Law The Inventory at next Court.
MRS. KATH: QUAILE WAS SWORN in form of Law the 11th of June 1698, before me J. Woods.
MARCH 3, 1697/8: JONY WATERSON enters her claim against the Executors of Mrs. CHRISTIAN PARR for the sum of 3 shillings and 8 pence due debt and will be made to appear.
MARCH 2ND 1968/9: EWAN CHRISTIAN enters against the Executors of Mrs. CHRISTIAN PARR for the sum of 6 pounds.
2ND FEBRUARY 1698/9: JAMES MADDREL enters against the Executor of Mrs. CHRISTIAN PARR for the sum of 1 pound 11 shillings 3 pence, for making and mending shoes, and craves the Law.
17TH FEBRUARY 1698/9: JOHN PIGOT enters against the said Executors for xxx and craves the Law."