Archdeacon Will 1711 #34, Andreas, of Margaret Brew als Wattleworth, died about 16 April 1711:

"KK Andrews: This is affirmed to be the last will and testament of Margret Brew als Watleworth, who departed this life bout the 16th of April 1711, being in perfect mind and memory at the making thereof. First, she committed her soul to got and her body to Christian burial. Item, she left to her grandchildren Thomas[?] Cowle & John Lace a sheep and a lamb betwixt them. And a sheep and lamb also to her two other grandchildren at home, vizt., John & William Quark. To her daughter Jony a red petticoat. To her daughter Alice a brown gown. To her son William Brew twelve pence as legacy, to cut him off any right he might claim to her goods. She left and bequeathed to her son John Brew six pound. To her son Richard Brew eight pound. To her daughter Margery ten pound. To Mrs. Watleworth of KK Andreas a small barrel. To the witnesses 12 pence apiece. Lastly, she constituted and appointed her loving husband James Brew sole Executor of all the rest of her goods moveable and immoveable whatever. Witnesses: John Kneal, Alice Kelley.

The Executor is sworn in form of Law.

The Decedents having oft desired me and my son to dispose of her goods, or give her directions how to do it for the benefit of her children unmarried, we did advise her as we thought fit; and finding that she has made this will much agreeable to what we proposed, we do as far as we are or may be concerned allow and approve of the same. [signed] Sam: Watleworth, Charles Watleworth.

8 April 1712: Mr. Archdeacon Wattleworth enters his claim against the Executor of Margt. Brew als WAttleworth for arrears of tythe corn, offering, xxx, &c."





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