Location: Donnington, Sussex
Surnames/tags: Turner_Fulham_Wyatt_Quennell_Sussex_Surrey Spelsbury_Oxfordshire
I Fulham Turner now residing at Donnington in the County of Sussex do declare this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Ann Turner now residing in London the interest on the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds in the Navy five per cent Stock to be paid her half yearly as the dividend become due until she attain the age of twenty two years and when my said daughter Sarah Ann Turner shall have attained the age of twenty two years then I give and bequeath her the aforesaid sum of two hundred and fifty pounds in the Navy five per cent Stock for her own proper use and disposal. I also appoint and constitute my son George Turner, Vicar of Spelsbury in Oxfordshire and my daughter Mary Wyatt Quennell, Widow of Donnington in the County of Sussex my trust to see this my Will executed. Also I give and bequeath unto my son George Turner of Spelsbury Oxfordshire and unto my daughter Mary Wyatt Quennell of Donnington in the County of Sussex all my four messuages or tenements lying and being in the parish of Felpham in the County of Sussex one of which said tenements is now in the occupation of Anthony Foshead? And one other tenement now in the occupation of John Boit or Boyd both tenants at will, the other two tenements are unoccupied. I also give and bequeath unto my said son George Turner and my said daughter Mary Wyatt Quennell all my other goods, chattels or property whatsoever lying or being to be by them equally divided and enjoyed share and share alike save and except the afore named two hundred and fifty pounds Stock which I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Ann Turner. In Witness whereof I set my hand and seal this thirtieth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Fulham Turner signed and sealed in the presence of witnesses, Elizabeth Quennell, Sarah Quennell.
Proved 22nd June 1812 before the Judge by the oaths of The Reverend George Turner, Clerk, the Son and Mary Wyatt Quennell, widow, the daughter the executors according to the trust to whom admon was granted having been first sworn by or ____ duly to administer.