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Will of Vincent Denne

of Deal, Kent

Source: Consistory Court of Canterbury Vol.59 f.545
Transcribed by Brian Denn
In the name of God Amen I Vincent Denne of Deal, pilot being weak in body but in good memory first I bequeath my Soul to God that gave it and my body to be decently buried by my Executors hereafter named.

Item I give to Mary my loving wife this house I live in and the three tenements that Nicholas Low, John Wilson and the widow ? now live in during her life and after my wife’s decease to my three daughters to be equally divided and to their heirs forever.

Item I give to Vincent Collyer son of James and Hana Collyer five pounds to be paid in one year after my wife’s decease by my Executors.
Item I give to John Quick son of John and Elizabeth Quick five pounds to be paid by my Executors one year after my wife’s decease.
Item I give to Denne Tudor son of Thomas Tudor and Thomasin his wife five pounds to be paid in one year after my wife's decease by my Executors out of the rents and profits of my four houses.

Item I do make and ordain my wife and my brother Thomas Denne Executors of all my goods both real and personal. This being my last Will and Testament this fourth day of October 1720. Vincent Denn his mark. Witness
George Brooks, Jane Cook, Mary Bolt.

Probatum 1722

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