Source: TNA, PROB 11/313
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Memorandum That John Dolling late of Dunshay co? in the parrish of Worth Matraverse in the Isle of Purbecke and County of Dorsett Esquire Deceased on or about the moneth of Aprill 1663 being sicke of body but of perfect mynd and memory made and declared his last will and Testament ??????rative or by word of mouth in manner and forme following vizt First he gave unto the poore of ^ Worth Forty shilling Item he gave un= ^ Corffe fower pounds Alsoe to the poore of Sandwich forty shillings Item he gave unto the poore of he gave unto the Langton Twenty shillings Item he gave to the poore of Studland Twenty shil= poore of lings Item he gave unto each of his servants Twenty shillings a peece item he gave unto his children Tenne shillings a peece to buy them rings And all the remaynder of his estate he lefte to his wife To do therewith as she Thought fitt which words or the like in effect he uttered and spake in the prsence and hearing of Robert Culliford esquire John Pike ^ and others Robert Culliford John ^ gent Pike Secundo die mensis February Anno Domini [... ] Millimo Sexcentesimo sexcegesimo tertio [this paragraph continues in latin and appears to grant admon to Anna Dollinge]
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