1786. WILL OF EDWARD HARRISON, OF KIRK ARBORY.
The last Will and Testament of Edward Harrison of the parish of KK Arbory who being weak in Body but of perfect sound mind and memory at the making thereof do make my last Will and Testament in manner following First, I bequeath my soul to God and my body to Christian Burial.
Item, I Leave and bequeath unto my sister in Law Margery Harrison alias Keg widdow all my part or Right of a Cow and heifer and two Guineas and my shoes.
I Leave unto my Brothers daughter Catherine Harrison the sum of Ten pounds with a bed and bed Cloathes and a Chist.
I Leave unto my Grand daughter Elianor Clague ten Guineas and two pewter Dishes.
I Leave unto my Grandson John Clague five Guineas.
I Leave unto William Gell a jahcoat a weast coat two pear of old breeches and all my stockins and two hatts and all my Shirts.
I Leave unto my brothers son John Harrison all my looms and gear belonging to said looms and all the rest of my Cloathes.
I Leave unto Elianor Harrison the above John Harrisons daughter five shillings.
I Leave unto Elizabeth Harrison Charles Harrisons daughter five shillings.
I Leave unto the subscribing Wittnesses half a Crown a piece for their trouble.
Lastley, I Nominate Constitute and appoint my Daughter Margrett Clague alias Harrison whole and sole Executrix of all the rest of my Goods movable and immovable whatsoever.
In presence of
Jane Harrison my mark x x
At a Consistory Court holden at Thomas Quines in the parish of KK Patrick on the 31st day of August 1786. Richard Clague husband of the Exorx named in the beforegoing Will is sworn Exorx in Court in form of Law, and hath given pledges for the payment of Debts and Legacies namely Richard Corrin the Witness and Thomas Cubbon of Culby in the parish of KK Arbory.
Probatum est Joh : Moore Ev Christian. Exd by John Crellin Ep1 Reg".