Archdeacon Will 1720 #33, Maughold, of Ellinor Callow als Corkill, wife of William Callow, died 18 Apr 1720:

"KK Maughold, the 25 of October 1720[?]: The last will and testament of Elener Callow als Corkill wife to William Callow in the parish of KK Maughold who departed this life 18 of April 1720. First, she bequeathed her soul to God and her body to a Christian burial and as for her temporal goods she hath bequeathed and disposed of them as followeth. She bequeathed to her loving husband William Callow all her goods moveable and unmoveable whatsoever and likewise she xxx xxx her said husband to pay and clear all debts and funeral charges. And she left six pence apiece legacy to the witnesses that was present at the making of the said will and her said husband whole Executor of her goods whole & sole and to bring up the children. This is truth as witness our hands and marks John Cashin, Margreat Crennill, Margret Harrison als Callow.

The husband being very poor, and no relation appearing, he is therefore sworn in Court in form of Law. The husband by xxx of his oath xxx that there will be very little goods remaining after the payment of all debts. However he Inventories for the children, and the mother’s part five shillings. The children and goods in the father’s hand who hath given pledges William Callow junior & William Callow senior."




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