Archdeacon Wills 1730/1 #27, Lonan, of Mary Moore of Balladromey, made 24 November 1730:

"In the name of God, amen. I Mary Moore of Balldromey, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and perfect memory, praised be to God, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, in manner and form following. First, I commit my soul into the hands of God, and my body to be Christianly and decently buried, in the parish church of KK Lonan, hoping through the merits of Christ Jesus my Saviour and Redeemer to have full and free pardon of all my sins and of a blessed resurrection, with the just; and as for what worldly goods I have, I do dispose of them, as followeth. I leave and bequeath unto my brother james his eldest daughter Isable Moore a silk mantle and a cottin apron. Item, I leave and bequeath unto his daughter Mary a pair of bodys and a stomachacher. Item, I leave and bequeath unto my sister Ellin Skillicorn alias Moore a black gown and a gray petticoat. Item, I leave and bequeath unto the poor of the parish, that is to say an English half crown, to Ewan Garret and to Catharine Watterson, and Ellin Faraher & eight shillings apiece. Item, I cut off all cravers else with six pence legacy. Lastly, I do constitute ordain and appoint my beloved sister Margott Kewley alias Moore Executrix of all the rest of my goods and chattels, of what denomination soever, excepting the trunk, is to return to heirs of Balldromey, for and earlum, after my sister Margott decease. In testimony whereof, I do subscribe hereunto this 24th day of November 1730. [signed her mark] Mary Moore. Witnesses William Quark, Robert Corkill. The Executrix sworn in Court according to form of Law, and gave pledges the Revnd. Mr. Cosnahan and Capt James Moore."




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