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1831 Mary Wyatt

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Date: 31 Jan 1831 to 31 Jan 1831
Location: Aldingbourne, Sussex, Englandmap
Surname/tag: Wyatt
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Wyatt Wills

Will of Mary Wyatt PROB11/1787

This is the last Will and Testament of me MARY WYATT late of the parish of Aldingourne in the County of Sussex but now of St Pancreas adjoining the City of Chichester widow whereas in the first place I appoint my son JAMES WYATT of the said parish of Aldingbourne, Gentleman, sole Executor and Trustee of this my Will and I direct that all my just debts and my funeral and testamentary expenses shall be fully paid out of my monies and securities and I give all my wearing pparel and linen unto and equally between my two daughters, ELIZABETH the wife of JOHN PIMM and CHARLOTTE the wife of JOHN POWLE(?) and I give all my trinkets and personal ornaments unto my said son JAMES WYATT my daughters ELIZABETH and CHARLOTTE and my granddaughter MARY GUY? one of the children of my deceased daughter ANNE GUY? To be divided between them in four equal shares and I direct my said Executor to distribute bread to the value of ten pounds among the poor of the parish of Aldingbourne within one month after my decease and I direct that all such parts of the furniture and household effects in my possession as do not belong to my said son shall be sold by public auction and it is my Will that the net produce of the said sale and also all my monies, securities, chattels and estate not hereinbefore disposed of shall in the first place be liable to the payment of an annuity of forty two pounds ten shillings which I have secured to Mrs CHARLOTTE WYATT of Arundel during her natural life and that subject thereto the net income arising from the whole of my residuary estate shall be added to the principal or capital so as to form an accumulated fund until the expiration of six calendar months after her/my(?) decease and then such fund shall be divided into five equal shares which shall be disposed of in manner following that is to say one fifth share shall be held in trust for and be paid to my said daughter ELIZABETH for her own separate use independent of her husband one other fifth share shall be held in trust for and be paid to my said daughter CHARLOTTE for her separate use independent of her husband one other fifth share shall accumulate at compound interest and be held in trust for all the other children of my said late daughter ANNE GUY who shall live to attain the age of twenty one years their respective parts to be paid out on their attaining that age one other fifth share shall accumulate at compound interest and be held in trust for all the children of my deceased son JOHN WYATT who shall live to attain the age of twenty one years and their respective parts to be paid on their attaining that age and the remaining fifth share to be for the use and benefit of my said son JAMES WYATT. And I give and bequeath all the said five shares accordingly provided always that if my said daughter ELIZABETH shall die in my lifetime or in the lifetime of the said CHARLOTTE WYATT then and in either of such case the fifth share of her my said daughter ELIZABETH shall accrue to and be held in trust for my said other legatees whereby each of the other fifth shares will become a fourth of my residuary estate and I bequeath the same? accordingly provided __ and it is my Will that my said Executor and Trustee shall or may reimburse himself all such costs, charges and expenses as he may sustain or expenses in or about the execution of this my Will and that he shall not be answerable or accountable for any loss or misfortune which may happen to my estate unless the same shall be caused by his own neglect or default and I revoke all Wills and Codicils by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the thirty first day of January One thousand eight hundred and thirty one. MARY WYATT. Signed sealed published and declared by the testatrix as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us. ELIZABETH HURLOCK, RICHARD FULLER Junior.

Proved at London 13th June 1831 before the Worshipful _____ Addomis? Doctor of Laws surrogate by the oath of JAMES WYATT the son the sole Executor to whom admon was granted having been first sworn to administer





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