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Will of William Carter

of Boughton under Blean, Kent

Source: Consistory Court of Canterbury PRC32/68/275b
Submitted by Penny Holt
January 31st 1817

Mr. William CARTER of Boughton under the Blean in the county of Kent, Yeoman, this day requested me to write down his wishes in certain particulars, namely that the thousand pound bond that was given by Mr. Arthur APSLEY, Miller of Boughton, to Mr. William CARTER.

He, Mr. William CARTER, gives this to his daughter Ann CARTER, for the purpose of educating her and bringing her up.
The thousand pounds will be payable to the said Ann CARTER at the death of Mr. Arthur APSLEY when it is his will that the thousand pounds should be so paid to her or to persons legally authorized to act for her.

Thomas William WRIGHTE
William CARTER

Signed in the presence of us,
Thomas William WRIGHTE, Vicar of Boughton under the Blean
Elizabeth CARTER

Admon. with the before registered will annexed of William CARTER deceased was on the eighth day of March 1817 before the Reverend John FRANCIS, Clerk Surrogate of the Right Honourable Sir William SCOTT Knight, Doctor of Laws Commissary General of the City and Diocese of Canterbury lawfully constituted granted to Elizabeth CARTER, widow, the relict of the deceased (there being no executor or residuary legatee appointed therein). She being first sworn well and truly to administer etc.

William CARTER died on 4 February 1817.

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