Archdeacon Wills 1794 #69, Lezayre, of John Wattleworth of the Curragh, made December 1793:

"This is affirmed to be the last will and testament of John Wattleworth of the Curragh in the Parish of Lezayre, made and declared by him on the 18th day of December 1793, the substance of which was committed to writing the same day. First, he committed his soul to God, and his body to Christian burial. Item, he left and bequeathed to his son and heir Charles Wattleworth the sum of ten shillings as legacy. Item, he nominated and appointed his loving wife Catherine Wattleworth and his daughter Elizabeth Wattleworth joint and sole executors and residuary legatees of this his last will and testament. Witnesses: Thomas Kewley, Thomas Corlett.

At a Chapter Court holden at Lezayre October 28th 1794, the executors are sworn in Court in form of law as also to be true and must the one to the other in the division of the effects, and have given pledges for the payment of debts and legacies namely Robert Stevenson and James Clark both of Lezayre."




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