1811 Will of Mary Pike of Poole (proved 20 October 1812)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1538

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This is the last Will and Testament of me Mary
Pike of the Town & County of Poole Widow which I make as follows
First I direct my just debts funeral Expences & the charges of the
probate hereof to be paid & discharged I give & bequeath unto my
Nephew Samuel Walker Son of my late brother William Walker deceased
the Sum of two hundred pounds which I direct shall be paid him
by my Executrixes hereinafter named within six calendar months after
the day of my decease and as to all the rest residue & remainder of my
Estate & Effects whatsoever & wheresoever both real & personal &
of what other nature or kind soever which I shall die seized possessed
of interested in or entitled unto I give devise & bequeath the same
unto my Sisters Fosby Walter of Poole aforesaid Spinster & Sarah
Richards of Poole aforesaid Widow To hold the same & every part thereof
unto them the said Fosby Walker & Sarah Richards equally to be divided between
them share & share alike as tenants in common & not as joint tenants
& to their several & respective heirs Exors admors & assigns absolutely
for ever or according to the nature of the Estate & property and revoking
all former Wills by me made I declare this only to be my last Will and
                                                                Testament


testament and do appoint them the said Fosby Walker & Sarah Richards
Executrixes hereof In Witness whereof I the said Mary Pike the
testatrix have hereunto subscribed my name & affixed my Seal
this thirteenth day of July in the year of our Lord 1811  Mary Pike  LS
Signed Sealed published & declared by the said Mary Pike the testatrix
as & for her last Will & testament in the presence of us who at her request
in her presence & in the presence of each other have subscribed our names
as witnesses attesting the due execution hereof the word "William" in the
seventh line being first written on an Erasure   Tho Parr   Francis
Etheridge   Joseph Darvall

Proved at London 20th October 1812 before the Judge by the oaths of
Fosby Walker Sp & Sarah Richard Wo the Sisters & Executrixes to whom
admon was granted being first sworn duly to adm (by Comon)






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