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Will of Mary Crampe

of Thanet St. Lawrence, Kent


Source: Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury PRC17/76/30a
Submitted by Jerry Copeland
In the Name of God Amen upon the nyne and twentieth day of Aprill in the three and thirtieth yeare of his now Ma’ties Raigne and in the yeare of our Lord Christ one thousand six hundred eighty one
I Mary Crampe of the parish of St. Lawrence in the Isle of Thanett and County of Kent widdow doe make and ordaine this my last will and Testament in manner and Forme following

first I give to my grandchild Thomas son of my ... son John Crampe forty pounds of lawfull English money which I will shall within one month after my decease be paid by my Executor hereafter named into the hands of my said son John Crampe to and for the use of my said grandchild Thomas and hee the said John to keepe the same untill the said Thomas shall attaine to the age of twenty fower years and then to be answerable and accountable to the said Thomas for the same,

also I give to my grandchild John son of my son Peter Crampe twenty pounds of lawfull English money to be paid unto him at his age of twenty fower years,

also I give to my grandchildren Michael Martin and John Martin three pounds apeece of lawfull English money to be paid unto them at their severall ages of one and twenty years,

Also I give to the children of my son in law Thomas Nethersole which shall be living at the time of my decease Six pounds of lawfull English money equally to be divided between them, which I will shall within one yeare after my decease be paid by my Executor hereafter named into the hands of my said son Thomas Nethersole for the use of his said children, and there remaine untill they shall attaine theire severall ages of one and twenty years,

Also I will that my Executor hereafter named shall paie to my daughter Elizabeth now wife of Edward Pannell yearly and every yeare during the terme of her natural life Seaven shillings of lawfull English money upon two Feast dayes in the yeare by equall porcons vizt the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary and St Michael the Archangel, the first payment to begin upon that Feast of the Feasts which shall first and next happen after my decease,

Also all the rest and residue of my goods and chattels whatsoever I give and bequeath to my said son Peter Crampe whom I make and ordaine sole Executor of this my last will and Testament

In witness whereof I have hereunto putt my hand and seale dated the day and yeare first above written Mary Crampe her marke. Sealed signed and acknowledged for the last Will and Testament of the aforesaid Mary Crampe in the presence of
John Alderstone his marke - George Pebell? - John Evers?

Probate 7 September 1682 to Peter Crampe, son and executor


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