09 September 1682 Will of John Pyke of Wooddens Town, Tipperary (proved 09 October 1683)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/374

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In the Name of God Amen
I John Pyke Senr of Wooddens towne in the county of Tipperary being
of perfect memory though weake and sicke in Body Doe make this my last will
and testament revokeing all former wills Imprimis I bequeath my Soule to God
and my Body to the earth to bee decently buried Item I give and bequeath unto my
grandsonne all my estate in Fee paying my distent legacies videlicet Three hundred
pounds to each of his Sisters and the estate to bee managed by Richard Kink for the
first foure yeares giveing an Accompt to my Overseeres once in a quarter of a yeare
videlicet John Pyke the Father and Joseph Osborn of Butlers Towne in the County
of Waterford and William Downe of Tutswellunkells Item I give and bequeath 
one hundred pounds to my Sister Brayly and her Children Item I give and bequeath
one third of all my worldly estate to Rebecca my wife dureing the terme of her life Item I
give and bequeath Twenty pounds to my sister Landman and her Children Item I
give and bequeath one hundred pound apeece to each of my Daughter Dews Children 
Item I give and Bequeath three Cowes apeece to each of Richard Knills Children 
In Witness hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale this Nineth day of September
One Thousand Six hundred eighty two John Pyke Signed Sealed and delivered in prce
of Rich Dingenane John Vize Sin'd in the prce of us Richard Knill Senior Richard
Knill Junior 

[the next paragraph is in latin, but appears to grant admin of the estate to
Rebecca Pyke on 9 Oct 1683]


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