15 November 1805 Will of George Filliter of Wareham, gentleman (proved 14 April 1806)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1441

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This is the last Will
and Testament of me George Filliter of Wareham in the
County of Dorset Gentleman made and published
this fifteenth day of November in the year of our
Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and Five as follows
that is to say I will that my just Debts and Funeral
Expences be in the first place paid and discharged
I desire to be buried in the parish Church yard
of Lady Saint Mary Wareham in as plan and
decent a manner as possible no pall Bearers and
no Gloves or Hatbands except to the Church and
Dissenting Clergymen the Two Surgeons Two attornies
and Mr Christie with Gloves to the Wives of such
as are Married a pair of Gloves and five Shillings
each to the Men who carry me to the Grave
my Coffin to be similar to my late Wifes and
placed next to hers I Give and Devise all that my
Meadow next the North River of Wareham and
East of the Causeway there in my occupation and
all that my plott called Walkers Well plott near the
North Turnpike Gate of Wareham also in my
occupation and all that my Garden near the
North Walls called Mallards in the occupation of
John Stevens and also all and singular my
Freehold Rights of Common or Seven Sealed
Commons in Wareham Common unto my dearly
beloved affectionate and truly dutiful Children
and Daughters Mary Filliter and Ann Hussey Filliter To
hold unto them my said Dear Children Mary and
Ann Hussey their Heirs and Assigns for ever also
I give and bequeath all that my Dwelling House
in Wareham aforesaid in which I dwell with the
outhouses Gardens Stables premises and appurts
thereto belonging or adjoining also in my occupation
and also all that my Leasehold Tenements with its
appurts situate at Bradle in the occupation of Mr
Ninetham unto my said Dear and affectionate Children
Mary Filliter and Ann Hussey Filliter To hold unto

them my said Dear Children Mary and Ann
Hussey their Executors Admors and Assigns for
and during all the Residue and Remainder of the
several and respective Terms to come therein at my
decease and as for and concerning all and singular
my Household Goods and Furniture plate Linen
China Monies Securities for Money Debts and all
the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Real and
Personal Estate and Effects whatsoever or wheresoever
or of what nature or kind soever I Give devise and
bequeath the same and every part thereof unto my
said dearly beloved and dutiful Children Mary Filliter 
and Ann Hussey Filliter their Heirs Executors Admors
and assigns for ever and I hereby recommend and
advise my said Dear Daughters to sell and dispose
of the whole or such part of the Freehold
Leasehold and other property hereinbefore given
and devised them as soon after my decease as they
may think proper or be recommended to and
put and place the Monies arising therefrom in the
Funds or on good private Security for their own
benefit and advantage lastly I do make and appoint
them my said kind and dear Daughters mary
Filliter and Ann Hussey Filliter joint Executrixes of this
my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and
making void all other Wills and Testaments by me
at any time heretofore made and declaring this
only to be and contain my whole last Will and
Testament In Testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my seal the day and
year first written  Geo Filliter  LS  Signed Sealed
published and declared by the above named
Testator George Filliter as and for his last Will
and Testament in the presence of us whose
names are hereunder written who at his request in
his presence and in the presence of each other
have subscribed our names as witnesses  Thos
Thomas  Joseph Staines  Thos Delacourty

This Will was proved at London the
fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord
one thousand Eight hundred and Six before the
Right Honorable Sir William Wynne Knight Doctor of
Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the prerogative
Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oaths of
Mary Filliter and Ann Hussey Filliter Spinsters the
Daughters of the decease and the Executrixes

named in the said Will to whom admon 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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