Episcopal Wills 1787 #2, John Waterson:

Courtesy Sally Ann Kinley - from LDS 0106400 - one of several Rushen fisherman who perished in the Herring Fleet disaster

Rushen
        
    At a Chapter Court holden at Castletown on
    the 14th day of Novr 1787

John Waterson of the parish of Trinity Rushen
perished by sea on or about the 22d Septr
without Issue ^& Intestate^  This Court upon intelligence
thereof have Decreed ^his Mother Ann Waterson and^ his Brother and
Sisters namely Henry, Ellinor, Joney and
Margaret Waterson joint Administrators of
all and singular his Goods Chattels and Effects
movable and immovable of what kind or nature
soever, ^& the said Ann being absent^ the said Henry with
Edmund Christian husband of the said
Elinor, Thomas Moore husband of the said
Joney and Thomas Kinley husband of the
said Margaret are sworn well and truly to
administer the said Goods and Effects to
pay all the just Debts of the Intestate so
far forth as the said Goods and Effects will
extend and the Law shall bind them and
to be faithful and just each to the other ^and also their Mother^ in
the division of the Residuum  of the said
Estate  To which Ends they have given
pledges in form of Law namely John Gell
and John Waterson both of the parish of
Rushen.
        Decretum est

            John Moore
            Ev. Christian


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