1733 #60, Lezayre, of Ewan Callow, died about 6 Feb 1732/3:

"This is affirmed to be he last will and testament of Ewan Callow of KK Christ Lezayre who departed this life about the 6th of February last, being of perfect ind and memory at the making thereof. First he committed his soul to God and his body to Christian burial. Item, he left and bequeathed to his sons Ewan and John Calowe six pence legacy and also he bequeathed to his son Edmund Callow six pence legacy and that the said Edmund should pay half the consideration money that was to be paid out of the croft for that year because the said Edmund reaped and enjoyed half the profits of the said Croft that same year. And likewise he bequeathed to his daugher Joney Calowe an ewe and a lamb to the witnesses of the will six pence apiece. Lastly, he constituted and appointed his daughter Elizabeth Calowe whole Executrix of all the rest of his goods moveable and unmoveable whatsoever. Witnesses: Ewan Kissag, Thomas Stevenson.

Lezayre May the 29th, 1733, the Executrix of the above will being dead, her Executrices, one a minor, are Mary Fletcher her daughter & Edmund Callow her brother, the latter of whom is sworn in form of Law. And gave pledges as appear in her will in the Episcopal Registry Book the first 1733. Probatum est & Soloit, 12 pence."




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