Archdeacon Wills 1734 #3, Braddan, of William Leece of Ballnamona, Braddan, made 18 April 1734:

"The last will and testament of William Leece of Ballnamona in the parish of KK Braddan, which he declared before us the subscribing witnesses on Thursday the 18th day of April 1734, being in perfect mind and memory at the making thereof. First he committed his soul to God and his body to Christian burial. Item, he left his grandchildren vizt., Robert & Ellinor Leece children of his son William Leece an ewe lamb if he had any such or else for want of such an he lamb. Item, he left his granddaughter Ann Leece daughter to his son Robert Leece a lamb as above. Item, he left to the poor of the parish a firlett of barley to be divided among them about lammas next at the parish Church. All the rest, residue and remainder of his worldly goods of what nature or kine so ever whether moveable or immoveable he left and bequeathed equally betwixt his loving wife Dorothy Leece and his son Robert Leece who he declared sole and join executors of this his last will and testament. Witnesses: Richard Curghey, John Hampton. The Executors sworn in Court in form of Law. Pledges are Richard Curghy Balskanan[?] & John Hampton of BallaChrink."




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