30 October 1683 Will of William Guy of St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey (proved 8 April 1693)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/414

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Be it known unto all Men
by these Presents That I William Guy of the parish of St Mary
Magdalens Bermondsey in the County of Surrey Mariner have made
ordained deputed and my stead and place by these presents putt and
constituted my welbeloved Wife Ann Guy my true and lawfull Attorney
for me and in my name but to and for my owne proper use and behoofe
to aske demand levy require recover and receive as well of and from his
Majesties Commissioners Treasurers or Paymasters of their Royall
Navy as alsoe of and from all and every other person and persons
whatsoever all such wages pay and salary debts dues and demands wch
is or shall be due oweing or in any wise belonging tunto me either for my
service performed or to be performed in his Majesties service or any
Merchant affaires or by bond booke or bill or by any other lawfull wayes
or meanes whatsoever Giveing and by these presents granting unto
my said Attorney my full power strength and lawfull authority in the
premisses upon nonpayment thereof or any parte thereof if need shall
be the partie or parties soe makeing default to sue implead take
arrest attach imprison condemne and out of prison to deliver the pleas
and processe of the Lawe to sue forth prosecute and maintaine for me
and in my name acquittances or other legall discharges to give and
deliver as the case shall require and for the doeing performing and
executeing all and every other act and acts thing and things needfull or
necessary to be done as fully and effectually to all intents and purposes as
the Lawes of this Land will permitt or as I myselfe might or could doe
if I were personally present ratifying and allowing all and whatsoever
my said Attorney or her substitutes shall lawfully doe or cause to be don
in for or about the premisses And lastly in case of death I doe make and
ordaine this my last  Will and Testament in manner     and
forme following vizt All my estate both reall and personall and all and
singular my money plate goods wares chattells and household stuffe whatsoevr
I give and bequeath to my said Wife Anne Guy Whom I doe make and
constitute sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament In witnesse
whereof I the said William Guy have hereunto sett my hand and seale
the Thirtyeth day of October Anno Domini One thousand six hundred
eighty three and in the thirty fifth yeare of the reigne of our Sovereigne
Lord Charles the second King over England &c The marke of
William Guy Signed sealed published declared and delivered in the
presence of us John Lamton Samuel Burble Servant to William
Curtis Scr

Probatum fuit [this paragraph continues in Latin to grant probate at London
on 8 April 1693]
Octavo die mensis Aprilis Anno Domini Millimo Sexcemmo Nonagemo Tertio
[to] Anna Guy Relca dicti defti et Executricis

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