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The Will of Jane (Frank) Beilby of Albion St Kingston Upon Hull 1855

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Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of York

Jane Beilby 13.

I Jane Beilby of No. 19 Albion Street in the Town or Borough of Kingston Upon Hull Widow and relict of Walter Beilby late of that same place Gentleman deceased do declare this to be my last will and I appoint my friend Robert Carlile Briggs of Cottingham in the County of York Merchant, the sole Executor thereof I direct my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses to be fully paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently? may be after my decease out of my personal estate I give • to the Treasurer or Treasurers for the time being of a Society known as “the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts” the sum of five hundred pounds in aid of the objects of that society • to the Treasurer or Treasurers for the time being of “The Hull General Infirmary” the like sum of five hundred pounds to be applied to the purposes of that Institution • to the Treasurer or Treasurers for the time being of “The Hull and Sculcoates Dispensary” the sum of one Hundred Pounds to be applied to the purposes of that institution and • to the Treasurer or Treasurers for the time being of the Cottingham National School united to and acting in connection with a certain Society formed in London called “The National Society for promoting the education of the poor in the principles of the Established Church throughout England and Wales” the like sum of one hundred pounds to be applied towards carrying on the designs of the said school and I direct the said four several last mentioned legacies to be paid out of such part of my personal estate not specifically bequeathed as the law? permits to be appropriated by Will to charitable purposes and that the receipts of the Treasurer or Treasurers for the time being of the said several Societies and Charitable Institutions shall be good and sufficient discharges for the same. I give to Robert and Henry Biglin? Grandsons of the late Mr Robert Gylby of Kingston Upon Hull aforesaid the sum of three hundred pounds a piece. To Gylby Hairsine another grandson of the said Robert Gylby the like sum of three hundred pounds. To Warner Johns the great grandson of the said Robert Gylby the sum of six hundred pounds and also the picture of my late brother who was godfather to his mother and I wish him to take care of it. To Owen and Rose Holmes grandson and granddaughter of the late Mr Richard Pope of London the sum of three hundred pounds a piece. To Elizabeth Beilby the niece of my said late husband Walter Beilby and now the wife of George Beilby of Nafferton the sum of one thousand pounds and the three small pictures now hanging in my living room and to the said George Beilby her husband the four large pictures now hanging in the same room. To my old and faithful servant Sabra Walker now living with me the sum of one thousand pounds and also my kitchen furniture and the furniture of her own bedroom and to my other servant Hannah English if living with me at the time of my decease but not otherwise the sum of one hundred pounds. To my friend Sarah the wife of the said Robert Carlile Briggs the sum of one thousand pounds. To my friends Miss Eleanor or Ellen Bell and her sister Miss Mary Bell the sum of two hundred pounds a piece. To Mary the wife of Dr William Joseph S? the sum of one hundred pounds and the ? on the mantel piece in my Carving? Room. To my friend Mrs Mary Heath Craven the like sum of one hundred pounds but in case she shall not happen to be living at the time of my decease then I give the same sum of one hundred pounds to the said Mary the wife of the said William Joseph S? in addition to the sum of one hundred pounds previously given to her. I give to Mary Anne the wife of Mr Henry Gibson Surgeon before her marriage Mary Anne Terrington the like sum of one hundred pounds and to Ann the daughter of Mr William Jackson of Albion Street aforesaid the like sum of one hundred pounds and I direct that all the legacies hereinbeforeby? and? bequeathed shall be paid within twelve calendar months next after my decease and that such of them as are given to female legatees who are now or shall happen to be married at the time the same legacies shall become payable shall be for their sole and separate use independent of their husbands and that their receipts alone shall be a sufficient discharge for the same And as to all and every the rest residue and remainder of my household furniture and effects monies and securities for money personal estate and effects whatsoever not hereinbefore by me bequeathed or disposed of and also the house and premises which I now occupy in Albion Street aforesaid my house and premises in Story Street in Kingston Upon Hull aforesaid all other my real estate whatsoever and wheresoever and ? therein all mortgaged and trust estates I give devise and bequeath the same unto the said Robert Carlile Briggs his heirs executors administrators and assigns? absolutely for ever and I revoke all former Wills. In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my hand this sixteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty five = Jane Beilby = signed by the said Testatrix in the presence of us present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses; Geo: L. Shackles Atty at Law Hull = Charles J Holdsworth his Clerk.

The Will of Jane Beilby late of Number 19 Albion Street in the Town or Borough of Kingston Upon Hull Widow deceased was provided at York the eighth day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty five before the Reverend John Scott clerk commissioner of the Right worshipful Granville Harcourt general master of Arts? Commissary and keeper General of the exchequer and prerogative court of York lawfully constituted by the oath of Robert Carlile Briggs the sole executor therein named to whom Admon was granted of all and singular the goods chattels and relics? of the said deceased he having been first sworn by ? duly to administer.

Proved at London 26th Sept 1855 before the Judge by the oath of Robert Carlile Briggs the sole executor to whom admon was granted having been first sworn by xx duly to administer.

Will is in the process of being transcribed by S Officer 17 Feb 2021





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