How did you come up with sons for he and Sarah when only 2 daughters and one grandaughter are mentioned in his will?

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First I will order and direct all my just debts Funeral Expenses and the probate of this my Will be first paid and discharged,
Also I give and bequeth unto my Grandaughter Elizabeth Cripps [my daughter Sarah Gregory's Child]the sum of Twenty pounds to be paid unto her immediately after my Wife's decease if she shall have arrived at the age of Twentyone years.


Also All my Messuages Lands Hereditaments and Premises whatsoever lying in the parish of Sevenoakes or Elsewhere in the County of Kent I give and devise unto my dear and loving Wife Sarah To hold unto her during her life if she shall so long keep herself a Widow and unmarried without Impeachment of Heart[?] and from and immediately after the decease or intermarriage of my said Wife ,which shall first happen I Give and Devise the same unto my two daughters the said Sarah Gregory and Mary CrippsTo hold to them their Heirs and Assigns forever as Tenants in Common ,Nevertheless he Estate and Inheritance devised to my daughter Sarah Gregory ,Subject to the Payment of the said Sum of Twenty pounds unto my said Grandaughter Elizabeth Cripps

WikiTree profile: Thomas Cripps
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Of course, there are no sources for ANY of the children made on that profile, so we can't assess anything, really.

What's the source for this will you quote above?

Source: Diocese of Rochester 1765, Centre for Kentish Studies
Transcribed by Peter Adams.  Same source for his wife, Sarah Kemble Cripps' will.
Thanks, it would be great to add this will text and its source citation to the profile(s) in question, directly. Do you have an account here?

Going to mark this topic for the Integrators in case you don't.

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I would suggest you visit an academic library (see worldcat.org) for a copy of "A Dictionary of American and English Law with definitions of Technical terms of the Canon and Civil Laws" There are some early versions. Question if a child recieves his inheritance prior to death of  parent should he be included in the will?  See primogeniture.
by Laura Scott G2G6 (8.8k points)

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