John Harwood, merchant, left a will dated 13 November 1684 which was proved on 22 June 1685.
He left to wife Elizabeth, tenements in St George's Lane and Pudding Lane which he leased from the company of fishmongers and two messuages in Pudding Lane which he held by lease from Christ's Church Hospital. He also left a messuage near the Monument in London to his son Jacob Harwood and another to his son Joseph Harwood upon the decease of his wife. He left the three houses in St George's Lane to his daughter Elizabeth Sedgwick, now in New England, and her son Samuel.
There is also mention of his daughter Hannah Manwaring and her daughter Elizabeth, son Joseph's wife Elizabeth, brother Thomas Harwood of New England and Nathaniel Harwood of New England.
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