Archdeacon Wills 1775, #7, Braddan, of Isabel Leece als Kissack of KK Braddan:

"The last will and testament of Isabel Leece als Kissack of KK Braddan as follows: She being in perfect mind and sound memory at the making hereof, first she bequeathed her soul to God and her body to Christian burial. She left unto her son William Leece three pounds. Item, she left thirteen pounds and all her clothes and linen equally between her three daughters, viz., Elinor Kearmot, Isabel Moore, and Dorothy Crebbin. Item, she left unto her son Robert Leece two shillings British. Item, she left one furlet of barley to be distributed among the poor people of the parish. Item, she left six pence to debar or cut off anyone that could claim any right to her effects. Lastly, she nominated, constituted appinted, and ordained her beloved husband William Leece whole and sole executor of all the rest of her worldly effects and what nature or denomination so ever. Witnesses: Henry Looney, William Hampton.

At a Court of Correction holden at Douglas, February 20th, 1775, the executor is sworn in Court in form of law and hath given pledges for the payment of debts and legacies, namely Robert Leece and Wm Hampton one of the witnesses."




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