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Will of William Mumbray

of Deal, Kent


Source: Consistory Court of Canterbury PRC 32, Book 53, folio 481 [CKS]
Transcribed by NoŽl Siver
The last will and Testament Nuncupative of William Mombray late whilest he lived of the parish of Deale in the County of Kent and within the Dioces of Canterbury deceased by him uttered and declared in the time of his sickness whereof he dyed and about two days next before his death he being then though weake in body yett of good and perfect minde and memory and haveing a full intent and purpose to dispose of his estate & make his will by word of mouth in these or the like words following (vizt) the said deceased being putt in minde to sett his house in order and to dispose of his tem- porall estate he made an sweare in these or the very like words in effect

I give all that I have to my wife (meaning Joane his then wife and now relict) and leave all to her dispose with words he soe uttered in the presence and heareing of Master John Sarkett Clerke Rector of Great Mongham and Jane Mullett wife of Richard Mullett

Witnesses John Sarkett the marke of the said Jane Mullett

Probatum fuit humoi suprascript Testamentid nuncupativum Willimis Mombray nuperÖ

[William Mumbray died before his wife Joan but his will was proved in April 1668 which is after hers was proved on 15 March 1667/8]


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Will of William Mumbray
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