Joney Kinnish alias Christian 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 1 November 2017
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1670A #020 Santan, of Joney Kinnish alias Christian, died 24 March 1669/70: 
Summary:  dau Joney Kinnish, dau Margaret, youngest dau Catharine; dau Ellin, son John, witness & husband John Kinnish is dead when will proved
will of husband: ArW 1670A #021 Santan, of John Kinnish, died 24 April 1670: wife Joney Christian died just before him, 
dau Margaret, grandson Philip Fargher, dau Catharine (underage, of age by 1674), eldest son John, dau Ellin
will of daughter: ArW 1675A #104 Santan will of Ellin Moore alias Kinnish, died 15 December 1675: husband Philip Moore, sister: Joney Fargher alias Kinnish

Castletowne June 8th KK St Anne 1670 1670 In the name of God Amen, I Jony Keenish Allias Christian sicke and weake in body but whole and perfect in memory, praysed be God, doe make this my last will and testement in maner and forme as faloweth: first I come mitt my soule to the handes of Allmighty God an dmy body to Christian buryall; Itt: I leave to the poore att time ussuall 3 sives of maule and flesh att the discretione of my executors; Itt: I leave to my daughter Jony Keenish one peti coate, one kircheife and 6d, Allsoe I leave to my daughter Mar garett Keenish one peticoate one kircheife and 6d, Itt: I leave to my youngest daughter Kathrin Keenish halfe a heiffer out of the halfe of the Landes and houses which I am now in possition of Itt: I constitute and ordaine my 3 children viz John Keenish, Ellin Keenish and Kathrin Keenish sole Executors of all my goodes movable and unmovable what soe ever; Itm: I leave to ye minister a goat. The execr at yeeres sworne in form of Law & allso supvisor of the children under yeeres wittnesse here of Hugh Cosnahan juratus John Keenish dead pbatum et solvit xijd

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