Archideaconal Wills 1705 #31 Arbory, of William Corrin

(from MM RB524 / LDS 0106209)

Kk arbory 1705 April the 12th
In the name of God amen, I William Corrin being in good and perfect mind
and memory thanks be given the almighty god for the same, tho weak in
body doo make this my last will and testament
First I committ my soul to almighty god and my body to be buried at the
church of kk arbory in a decent manner at the discretion of my executors
hereafter named. Itm I leave to my three daughters viz Ellinor, Jane & Kathrin
twenty shillings a piece, Itm I leave to my dear and loving wife all the rest of my
goods moveable and unmoveable, with all our part of the miln and wholy to return 
to my sonne Richard Corrin after the death of my said wife to which she has given her 
full and free consent, and my said wife to  pay all the debts. Itm I constitute and
appoint my dear and loving wife to be my true and lawful executor
wtnesses present
Jooney Quill X; Jane Killey X
The executrix is sworn in form of law
Probatum est & solvit 1s
The witnesses declared that ye miln only was wholy to return
Pledges Mr Henry Norris, Henry Corrin

The registers for Arbory for this period are deficient so burial date not certain.



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