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Will of Joan Mumbray

of Deal, Kent

Source: Consistory Court of Canterbury PRC 32, Book 53, folio 227 [CKS]
Transcribed by Nol Siver
To all upian people to whome those presents shall come greeting in our Lord God Everlasting Hope know yee that I Joane Mumbray of Deale in the County of Kent widdow for good and considerable causes mee hereunto moving and especially considering the uncertainties of this mortall life having won granted and confirmed and by this my joint deed of guift doo give grant and confirm unto my children and grandchildren in manner and forme following that is to say

I give to my sonne Stephen Mumbray the sume of thirtie pounds of good and Lawfull money of England
Item I give unto William Mumbray my grand sonne my halfe part of ye house where John Arnold lives
Item I give unto my daughter Susann my part of the house called by the name of the Cross Keyes and Twenty pounds of good and lawfull money of England
Item I give to my daughter Pittock the Sume of ffive pounds
Item I give to my sonne[-in-law?] Richard Mullett the Sume of five shillings
Item I give to my sonne John Mumbray my part of the house that I now dwell in and all the stock and moveables thereunto belonging
Item I give unto my granddaughter Elizabeth Pittocke a bedd and a paire of shoes and a chest of Drawers

And Lastly for the true p[er]formance and payment of the aforesaid Legacies herein contayned I doo appoint my sonne John Mumbray aforesaid to bee my sole executrix to pay the said Legacies within the space of one yeare and a halfe after my decease Ratifieing and confirmeing all and singular this my p[re]sent deed of gift against any manner of person or persons whatsoever which shall oppose any thing to the contrary notwithstanding

In Witness whereof I hereunto sett my hand and Seale the tenth day of August in the eighteenth yeare of the reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by the grace of God King of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland Defender of the faith etc[.] And in the yeare of our Lord Christ one thousand six hundred sixtie and six I Joane Mumbray ??? ??? sealed and Delivered in the presence of
John Goodsonn Sarah Sneade her marke Danll Smith

Probatum fuit humoi suprascriptum Testamentum Joane Mumbray
[will proved 15 March 1667/8]

Joan Mumbray was widow of William Mumbray

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Will of Joan Mumbray
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