Archdeacon Wills 1721 #34, Ramsey, Maughold, of Edward Callow, died about 8 April 1721:

"Ramsey: This is the last will and testament of Edward Callow of the Town of Ramsey who departed this life about the 8th April 1721, being in perfect mind and memory at the making of the same. Imprimis, he committed his soul to God and body to Christian. Item, he left and bequeathed to his son John Callow all his horses excepting a quarter of a mare, which he left to his grandchild William Callow and a quarter of a filly colt to his grandchild Edward Callow. Item, to the said Edward Callow half the cow called KK Christ’s cow and likewise he left a sheep to the said Edward and to edward Kerrush jointly between them. Item, to Silvester Casement all his tools belonging to his trade and his part of a calf. Item, to his daughter Margaret a fledge and a blanket. Item, to his grandchild Margaret Callow a chest, blanket & sheet. Item, to Dorothy Moore a yard of linen cloth. And two yards to Catherin and Jane Casement his grandchildren. Item, to Elizabeth Callow a yard of linen cloth. Item, to his said son John Callow all the bedsteads that was in the house and boards that was crost on the last and the table. Lastly, he constituted & appointed his daughter Alice Curlett als Callow sole Executrix of all the rest of his goods and effects moveable and unmoveable whatsoever. Witnesses: Joney Casement, William Callow.

The Executrix sworn in Court in form of Law. Pledges William Callow & John Callow his brother."




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