Archdeacon Wills 1721/2 #55, Andreas, of Ann Brew als Crebbin, died December 1721:

"KK Andreas: This is affirmed to be the last will and testament of Ann Brew als Crebbin, who departed this life the xx December 1721, being in perfect mind and memory at the making of it.
First, she committed her soul to God and her body to Christian burial.
Item, she left to her daughter Bahy a speckled cow in calf, and to her daughter xxx a black cow in calf with a sheep and lamb to each of them May following. To the said two daughters she left her shaped linen and woolen clothes; which is only by Cathrine Christian als Crebbin one of the witnesses.
Item, she left to her eldest son William Brew two oxen, a horse, otherwise three oxen (the choice ox being resolxxx the Executor).
She left also to her said eldest son her quarter of the crop, with a bolster and bed clothes, fledge, blanket & canvas or coarse sheet; And her part of the husbandry gears; and a young choice she xxxx.
Item, she left to her daughter Joney a feather bed and bed clothes she lay on, with a bolster.
Item, to her son Philip Brew a black he colt, with share and part of the looms.
Item, William Sayle the witness declares that the Testator said whosoever xxx the land recovered from Skinner, should pay the xxx was on it.
Last, she constituted and appointed her three children vizt., Philip, xxx & Margret Brew her joint and lawful Executors of all the rest of her goods moveable and immoveable whatsoever. The witnesses a shilling each.

Witnesses: William Sayle, Cath Christian als Crebbin.

The three Executors sworn in form of Law. Pledges, William Sayle & William Brew xxxx.

The heir William Brew has promised and obliged himself to pay and discharge the money, xxx his mother ordered paid for the land recovered from Skinner; Only xxx Executors are to give him six shillings towards the xxxx. This before me, Charles Watleworth."



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