Archdeacon Will 1706 #30, Arbory, of Jane Cubbon als Shimmin, made 28 April 1706:

"KK Arbory, April 28th, 1706: The last will and testament of Jane Cubbon alias Shimmin who was sick in body but of perfect memory made this her last will as followeth.
Imprimis, she committed her soul to God and body to Christian burial. Item, she left to her son William Cubon a chest a blanket and a half a steer, and if her son William does make any strife with her sister Mary Shimmin then she cut him off with 6 pence legacy.
Item, she declared six shillings due to her from her brother Nicholas Shimmin, whereof she left to himself two shillings and the other four to her brother in law Robert Gellin toward her funeral charges.
Item, she declared two shillings due to her from George Geylinn in Castletown, which two shillings she left to her said brother Nicholas Shimmin, and he to sue for it.
Item, she left a waistcoat to Sill: Crellin’s wife.
Item, she declared ten shillings due from Steen Shimmin which was to be paid equally betwixt her brother her sister Mary and herself and so much was left to her share she left the same to her brother in law Robert Geyllin.
Item, she appointed and nominated her sister Mary Shimmin her true and lawful Executrix of all the rest of her goods moveable and immoveable.
Item, she left a petticoat of 4 yards in the hands of Giles Cradsons wife in KK Malew.

Witnesses: John Costen, Anne Cubbon alias Corrin.

The Executrix sworn in Court in form of Law.

The inventory of the decedent above mentioned amounts to 12 shillings 9 pence. Pledges, John Corteen & Wm Waterson. June 5, 1706: Wm Shimmin enters his claim against the Executrix [of] his mother Jane Cubon als Shimin for 1 shilling 9 pence, anf for his part of a quart of wool."

The registers for Arbory for this period are deficient so not sure of burial dat





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