, made 24 Sep 1700: "In the name of God, amen, the 24th day of Sept 1700: I Ann Norris being sick and weak in body, but
of sound and perfect memory (praise be given to God for the same) and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth, do
make this my last will and testament in manner and form following: that is to say, First and principally I commend my soul
into the hands of Almighty God my Creator, assuredly trusting through the merits of Christ Jesus my Savior, that I shall
receive full pardon and remission of all my sins, and my body to the earth from whence it was taken, to be buried in such
decent & Christian manner as to my Executive, hereafter named; shall be thought meet and convenient.
Item, I leave and bequeath that John Wattleworth of Castletown is indebted unto me twenty shillings.
Item, I leave that George Harrison of KK Arbory had some sheep of mine a keeping, with a cow on the half increase, of which I never got any account but two shilling by Ann Walker at one time, and half a crown in Kath: Foxes at three guineas.
Item, I bequeath unto my daughter Ann my best hud and best handkerchief legacy.
Item, to my daughter Ellinor and daughter Elizabeth a pair of sheets apiece legacy.
Item, to my grandchild Henry Norris a silver bowl and silver spoon legacy.
Item, to my grandchild Frances Norris one furnished featherbed legacy.
Lastly I constitute all the rest of my goods moveable and immoveable whatsoever in presence of: Witnesses: xxx Cannel. The Executor sworn in form of Law. Pledges to secure the office in form of Law John Cannell and Hugh Cannell."