John Caveen 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 5 November 2017
Original: 0106202

059	Archdeacon Will 1670A #40 Arbory, of John Caveen senior, dated 14 April 1670:
Summary: dau Catharine senior, grandson Thomas Caveen, grandson John Caveen, grandson Thomas Caveen, 
son in law John Cubbon, grandson John Caveen junior, dau Catharine Cubbon als Caveen

Aprill ye 14th 1670 In ye name of God Amen I John Caveene senr: doe make this my last will & testamente in forme following: first I committ my soule to God & my body to Christian buriall; Itt: I leave to my daughter Katherine Senr: a blankett & a kanvessee & a quart of hemm & a quarter of ye grasse; Itt: it is my will if it be Gods will to take my grandchild Tho: Caveene to his mercy I leave to my daughter Katherine Senr: my part of ye Croft this yeare, & ye whole Croft after my decease if my grandchild goe or dye before her. Itt: I leave to my grandchilde John Caveen a coverlett, also I leave him a keene[?] & a stoole for it, also I leave him a dest[?vest] yt is in ye Chamber belaw[?], alto I leave him a parre of shooes & my best wearing bann. Itt: I leave to my grandchild Thomas Kaveene my breeches shirt & firkin. Itt: I leave to my son in law John Cubone my best cote & a paire of shooes. Itt: I leave yt ye pott shall not be taken ever out of ye house untill my grandchild Tho Caveene shall come to be twenty one yeares of age. Itt: I leave to my grandchilde John Caveene junr: a shirt. Itt: I constitute & appoint my daughter Katherine Cubone my sole executrixe of all ye rest of my goods moveable & unmoveable whatsoever Testes Jo: Crellin vicr: The execr: sworne in forme of law Joh: ------ jurati ptarum et solvit 6d [next page] The Invent of the said testator amounts to ....0£ - 0s - 6d as acknowledged by the pricers & the executor in ye face of ye Court pledges Jo: Caveene Kathe: Caveene upon oath hath declared that shee had 3s from the testator

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