Archdeacon Will 1717 #45, Bride, of Joney Christian als Kerruish: "KK Bride, made / proved 24th March 1716/17:

This is affirmed to be the last will and testament of Joney Christian als Kerrush who committed her soul to God and body to Christian burial. Item, she bequeathed her best apparel betwixt her daughter Kathrine & daughter Isable. Item, she bequeathed to her niece Kathrine Lace her wearing apparel. Item, she bequeathed to her son in law John Cowle an ox. Item, she left to Kathrine Lace a peckel heifer. Item, due from Henry McGilvorrey 2 shillings & 2 pence. Item, said there was due to Charles Christian four shillings and six pence. And also acknowledged four pounds her husband left to his granddaughter Elizabeth Kissage and his own daughter Kathrine the like sum. Item, due to Elizabeth Christian of Ramsey one shilling six pence. And said there was due to Ewan Lace 5 shillings or there abouts. Item, said that what was due to John Cowle should be paid and satisfied. Item, left to the witnesses John Christian & Daniel Lace six pence apiece. Item, she nominated and appointed her daughter Isable sole Executrix of all the rest of her goods moveable and unmoveable whatsoever. Witnesses: John Christian, Daniel Lace.

The Executrix sworn in form of Law. Pledges to pay all debts and legacies are John Cowle & Ewan Christian junior of KK Bride. The Inventory next Court."




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