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Will of Maximilian Moone 1612

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Will of Maximilian Moone 1612
Reference: PROB 11/121/121
Date: 08 February 1613
Held by The National Archives, Kew transcribed by Helen Ford, form image of original entry downloaded from ancestry.co.uk

Husband of Anne Churchill daughterand coheir of John Churchill of Corton

In the name of God Amen, the two and twentith daye of October in the yeare of oure Lord God 1612
I Maximilian Moone beinge sicke of body but of good and perfect memory (God be praysed] doe make and ordaine this my last will and Testament in manner and forme followinge
First I commend my soule into the handes of God my maker and redeemer and my body unto the earth whereof it is made. As for my temporall goodes moveable and unmoveable together w’th my lease in the farme of Corton I give and bequeath unto my brother to be wholie employed for the payment of my debts, and also to rayse such port’ons for my children as shalbe thought fitting by my executrix and overseers reserving such guiftes and legacies as shalbe hereunder specified.
Item to the poore of this parish xxs. To the poore of Fleete xxs To the poore of Langton xxs. To the poore of Abbotsbury xxs To the poore of Chickerell xxs.

Item my rectory of Bradpole I leave to my executrix by them to be disposed for the good of my children untill such time as my Eldest sonne Maximilian shall come to be of one and twentie yeares of age,' and then to dispose wholey to him.

Item my silver basen and corver and my two greatest silver boles I give to my Eldest sonne to be delyvered him at his daye of marriage in the meante tyme my wife to have the keepinge therof.
Item I appoynt and ordayne my wellbeloved wiffe my sole and whole executrix and my trustie and wellbeloved frendes Bruen Williams my Brother in lawe and Edward Shave ,the supervisors and overseers of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hande

'Max.Moone, signed in the presence of us Walter Moone, [ ] Henvill Moreover my will is that my cosen Dioniis Moone have her [liefe or liese] in the house and her daughter {E?]dithe or the fiftie poundes in money to her and her two daughters.

Probate granted to Anne the relict 8 February 1612/13

Notes, other National Archive documents for Maximilian Moone

1) Reference: E 134/42and43Eliz/Mich15

Maximilian Moon v. Morgan Moon, Henry Wade.: Rectory or parsonage of Bradpoll alias Brappoll (Dorset). Value, &c. Touching the validity of a lease of the rectory said to have been made by the late abbey of Sion (Middlesex) about 24 Hen. 8. to Richard Moone (plaintiff's grandfather). [Richard Tiggins, and Walter and Robt. Moon, are mentioned.]: Dorset
Date: 42 & 43 Eliz
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in The National Archives: E 134/42&43Eliz/Mich15
(http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C3702592 )
Note this parsonage is mentioned in the above will
2) Reference: C 142/330/94
Description: Moon, Maximilian: Dorset
Date: 10 James I.
(C 142 - Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Charles I )
(ie IPM)
3) Reference: WARD 7/47/117
Description: Moon, Maximilian: Dorset
Date: 10 Jas I.
(WARD 7 - Court of Wards and Liveries: Inquisitions Post Mortem )

(ie will be a record concerning his minor children)

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