21 January 1794 Will of Henry Bonham of Petersfield, Hampshire (proved 7 February 1801)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1353

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I Henry Bonham
of Petersfield in the County of Hamshire do make
this my last Will and Testament as follows I give
and bequeath unto Henry the Son of Thomas Ridge
Esqr of Kilmiston in the County of Hampshire Esqr
my Godson the sum of one hundred pounds to be
paid unto him within six Months after my decease
but if in case I should die before he the said Henry
Ridge shall have attained the age of Twenty one
years then and not before the said hundred pounds
together with interest for the same after the rate of
four pounds and Ten shillings pr Annum to be
computed from the Day of my decease shall be paid
him when he shall have arrived at the age of Twenty
one years and subject to the payment of the
Legacy aforesaid and also subject to the payment of
all my just Debts I give devise and bequeath all
my Real and Personal Estates whatsoever and wheresoever
unto my Brother Thomas Bonham his Heirs Executors
Administrators and Assigns for his & their own use and
benefit and I appoint the said Thomas Bonham
sole Executor of this my Will set my hand and Seal
this Twenty first Day of January in the year of
our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety
four  Henry Bonham   Signed Sealed published
and declared by the said Henry Bonham as and for
his last Will and Testament in the presence of us
who in his presence and at his request and in the 
presence of each other have subscribed our names as
witnesses hereto  Wm Ralfe  John Whicher  Edwd Patrick

This Will was proved at London the seventh
Day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand
eight hundred and one before the Right Honourable
Sir William Wynne Knight Doctor of Laws Master Keeper
or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

lawfully constituted by the Oath of Thomas Bonham Esquire
the Brother of the deceased and sole Executor named in
the Will to whom administration was granted of all
and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the 
said deceased having been first sworn by Commission
duly to Administer

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