15 May 1791 Will of Henrietta Pike of Westminster, Middlesex (proved 7 February 1797)

The original will can be obtained online from The National Archives.

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1286

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In the Name of God Amen
I Hennta Pike widow of the Parish of Saint
James's in the Liberty of Westminster being in good
health and sound memory do will and bequeath 
my seven hundred pound standing in my name in
the three per Cent Consolidated in the Bank of England
as follows One part to my son Peter Pike Two parts
to my daughter Sarah Norris Two parts to my



daughter Jane Tarbox Two parts to my daughter 
Hester Hornor My plate to be divided share and
share alike I likewise give to my son by Law
Jar Tarbox my Furniture sheeting Table linen
China and Books in Consideration of which he shall
bury ?? at Whitchurch Yard Edger ^ likewise my			^ in a frugal manner at his sole expence
desire is that my Granddaughter Mary Norris may
have my Cloaths all which I hope will be agreably
settled between yourselves In witness thereof I have
put my hand May 15 in the of our Lord 1791 and Seal
Hennta Pike

	  16th February 1797

Appeared Personally Henry
Carpenter of the Haymarket in the Parish
of Saint Martin in the Fields in the County of
Middlesex Gentleman and Thomas Marsh of
Pall Mall in the Parish of Saint James Westminster
in the same County Surveyor and made Oath that
they knew and were well acquainted with Henneritta
Pike late of the Parish of Saint James Westminster
aforesaid Widow deceased and with her manner
and character of handwriting and subscription
having seen her write and subscribe her name and
thereby came to know and be well acquainted
with the same and having now with care and
attention viewed and perused the paper writing
hereto annexed purporting to be the last Will and
Testament of the said deceased beginning thus
"In the Name of God Amen I Hennta Pike Widow" and
ending thus "In Witness thereof I have put my hand
May 15: in the of our Lord 1791 and Seal" and thus
subscribed Hennta Pike they these Appearers say
they do verily and in their Consciences believe this
whole series and contents of this said paper writing
beginning ending and subscribed as aforesaid to
be all of the proper handwriting and subscription of
the said Henneritta Pike Widow deceased  Heny
Carpenter  Thomas Marsh  Same day the
said Henry Carpenter and Thomas March were duly
sworn to the truth of this affidavit before me
J Sewell Surr Psc  W Tebbs Noty Publ

On the seventh day of February in the year 
of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety
seven Administration with the will annexed of all
and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of
Henneritta Pike late of the Parish of Sain James
Westminster in the County of Middlesex widow
deceased was granted to Jane Tarbox wife of Jeremiah
Tarbox the natural and lawful daughter and one
of the next of kin of the said deceased having been



first sworn duly to administer No Executor or
Residuary Legatee being named in the said Will

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