Archideaconal Will 1726 #16, Arbory, of Jane Moor (als Costean)

From MM RB526

Kk Arbory 1726
This is affirmed to be the last will & testament
of Jane Moor als Costean, who departed this life
the 10th of November 1726 and was in perfect mind
& memory at ye making of it. First she commended
her soul to God, and her body to Christian Burial.
Item she left to Jony Cubon a suit of linens & a black
petticoat. To Margt Cubon a suit of linens, and
a speckled petticoat that was on the bed. To her
son & daughter John Moor & Isable Cotteir six 
pence each legacy. She declared that her sd son John
Moor owed her seventeen shillings to whom she gave
three shillings more to buy deals for her coffin.And
she desired also that her sd son should be examined upon
oath what further money or goods he was owing to
her. She also declared that her daughtr Isabel owed her
nineteen shillings, and an riding hood she lent her for
ye use of her grand daur to go to Kk Patrick new church
when she was confirmed.  Item she left her linen
& woollen cloaths to her daur Jony and her children,
[some deleted text Catherine visible] with half of ye croft to her
grandson John Comish and to Catherine Comish the
riding-hood her daugr Isabel borrowed. She left ye
money that was in John Moor's & Isabel Cotteir's hands
to be expended on her funeral. Lastly she nominated
& appointed her son John Comish sole execr of
all the rest of her goods movable & immovable
Christian Sansbury
Christian Comish - jurati
The exr sworn in court in form of law
Probatum est & solvit 12d
Salvo tamen &c pledges Wm Fargher & Robt Shimmin

The registers for Arbory for this period are deficient thus burial date not confirmed



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