Archdeacon Will 1752 #38, Santan, of Mary Brew als Bridson of Mary Veg, Santan:

"KK Santan, May the 21st, 1752: Mary Brew als Bridson of Mary Veg in the Parish of KK Santan, being of perfect mind and sound memory, but weak in body declared and uttered the following to be her last will and testament. First, she committed her soul to God and her body to Christian burial. Item, she bequeathed to her loving husbant Robert Brew her part of the crop and of the plow beasts and the riding horse whilst he would live and after the his death to fall to her son and heir Robert Brew. Item, to her son Thomas Brew one pound ten shillings besides a sheep and a lamb. Item, to her son John Brew who is now abroad six pence legacy. Lastly, she constituted nominated and appointed her daughters Isabel Alice Brew whole and sole Executrices of all the rest of her goods moveable and immoveable whatsoever. Witnesses: John Farraher, William Christian. At a Chapter Court at Castletown, June 3rd, 1752, The Executrices are sworn in Court in form of Law and have given pledges for payment of debts and legacies vizt., John Fargher & William Christian the witnesses of the Will."




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