"KK Malew: In the name of God, amen. I Ann Bridson of Oristal, widow, being weak in body, but of perfect memory, do make
my last will and testament as follows.
First I commit my soul to Almighty God, and my body to Christian burial.
Secondly, I leave to Mr. Woods my pastor a firlet of malt and a mutton for preaching my funeral sermon.
Item, I leave unto the poor of the parish a bowl of barley.
Item, I leave and bequeath unto my son William Bridson Vicar of KK Marown a yoke of oxen which are now in his own keeping.
Item, I leave unto my son Thomas Bridson thirty shillings and a blanket.
Item, I leave unto my son Christopher twenty shillings.
Item, I leave unto my grandchildren William Bridson & Jane his wife heiress of Oristal three bowls of xxxx seed to help them to sew the crop, when the whole Estate falls due unto them.
Item, I leave unto my granddaughter Ellinor[?] Harrison an in-calf cow, a little wheel, two sheep, and a little chest which stands by the bedside.
Item, I leave unto my daughter Katherine a new table cloth and a dozen of napkins all of one sort.
And lastly, I constitute and appoint my said daughter Katherine and my son Paul Bridson joint Executors of all there is of my goods whatsoever; as witness my name and mark this seventh day of January 1721/2. [signed her mark] Ann Bridson. Witnesses: John Bridson, Margaret Harrison.
The Executors sworn in Court in form of Law. Pledge, Mr. Bridson of KK Marown."
see John Bridson