Archdeacon Wills 1748 #13, Santan, of Isabel Kissack als Moore, died 6 January 1747/8:

‘KK Santan: This is affirmed to be the last will and testament of Isable Kissag als Moore who departed this life about the sixth day of January 1747/8, being sick in body and in perfect mind and memory at the making thereof. First, she bequeathed her soul to God and her body to the earth. Item, she bequeathed unto her granddaughter Elizabeth Bridson twelve pounds, on feather bed and bed clothes, one little wheel, the last new chair that was xxx, and her half of the sxxther. Item, she bequeathed unto her two grandchildren that is to say Daniel Looney’s children, twenty shillings each and that the child which her son Thomas left twenty shillings xx before was not to get any part thereof. Item, she left unto her maid servant Christian Gell a crown if she would be in the house. Item, she bequeathed unto Daniel Tears wife four shillings. And lastly, she left her four children executors of all the rest of goods whatsoever equally between them. Witnesses: Daniel Tear, John Fargher (witnessed 10th day of the month of March 1747 AD, Robert Radcliffe Official.

John Kissag in behalf of himself and William Leece husband of Isabel, John Bridson husband of Ellinor, and Thomas Clucas husband of Deborah the executors are sworn in Court in form of Law and have given pledges for payment of debts and legacies vizt., Nicholas Bridson & Daniel Calvin. Probatum est [signed] Edv: Moore, Ro: Radcliffe.’





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