|Submitted by:||Joyce M Oates|
|Date:||9 September 2017|
Archdeacon Will 1674A #49 Andreas will of William Cleator, died about 1 March 1674/5: Summary: wife is not mentioned, dau Joney (married to Philip Kneen by 1681) & dau Alice & dau Mally, son John (died 1681, ArW 1681A #72 Andreas, John married Bahie Cleator in 1671) Cleator Andreas parish register: Will: Cleater buried 2 March 1674/5 will of son: ArW 1681A #72 Andreas will of John Cleator, died 18 October 1681: wife Bahie Cleator als xxxx is alive, son John, only daughter, sister Joney Cleator married to Philip Kneen, sister Alice Cleator; also: James Camaish, Isabel Camaish, witnesses: John Christian & John Brew NOTE: This will was recorded on the bottom half of the page containing the will of John Kneale.
This is affirmed to be ye last will & testament of Willm Cleter who depted ys life about ye 1d of March who first commited his soule to God & his body to Christian buryall. It: to his daughter Jony dj fir: of barly Legat, to the dj fir: yt is due to her; It: to his daughr Ales 6d Legat: It his daughr Mally an old sack & yd Legat. It: hee nominated & appointed his son John Cleter execr of all the rest of his goods wtsoever moveable & unmoveable Note: yt ye dj fir: of barly left to Jony is to be paide within 2 or 3 yeeres Testes: Willm Ratcliffe juratus The execr sworn in Cour Willm Cleter Joh: Huddleston juratus probatum et solvit xijd The Invent of Willm: Cleter taken prized by 4 sworne men Jo Brew senior ----[torn] Willm Cleter & John Kewene amounts to ................................ 12s - 0d pledges in forme of law Willm Cleter Willm Ratcliffe
Last Modified 9 September 2017