7 August 1660 Will of Anne Morley of Corfe Mullen (proved 11 October 1660)

Source: TNA, PROB 11/300

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In the name of God Amen
In the yeare of our Lord God One Thousand Sixe hundred and Sixtie
the Seaventh Day of August I Anne Morley of the Parrish of Corfe Mullen
in the Countie of Dorsett beinge nowe in perfect memorie Doe make and Ordaine
this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme as Followeth vizt First 
I give and bequeath my Soule to Almightie God that gave itt In full hope and 
Assurance through the Merritts and passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ of a

Joyfull Resurrection att the last Day And my bodie to be buried in Corfe Mullen
Church or Church yard accordinge as myne Executor pleaseth Inprimis there
is a Debt due to bee paied unto mee which sometymes was due to my Father 
upon Bond from Robert Cleeves and since his Decease his Sonne in Lawe
William Guy and Christian the Daughter of the said Robert Cleeves Deceased 
Marryinge with the aforesaid William Guy beinge both Executors to the said 
Robert Deceased were thereby made Responsive and lyable to the payment and 
Sattisfaccon of the said Debt being ?? Twentie Nine Poundes as is Expressed 
in the bond aforesaid Now my Will and desire is that when this debt of 
Twentie Nyne Pound is paid and Received from William Guy and his wife 
Christian That then the Receiver or Receivers thereof shall pay backe againe
Five Pounds of the said Sume Two William Guy accordinge to an Agreement 
which was made betweene my Father and him before my Fathers death 
Item my Will is That Twentie Fower Pounds of the aforesaid Sume Contai-
ned in the said Bond bee Equally devided betweene my sister Mistris Marie 
Crandon and Marie Crandon her Daug?ter my Neece And my two Cosens
Richard Merley and Henry Merley vizt That every one of theese Fower 
have Sixe Poundes apeece Item I give to my Neece Mary Crandon aforesaid 
my Gould Ringe Item I give to my Master Twentie Shillinges and to
my Mistris Five Poundes Item I give to Mistris Baskett of Dulish and
to Robert Baskett Esquire her Sonne To Mistris Solina Slaughter To
Mistris Marie Baskett To Mistris Elizabeth Baskett To Mr John Baskett and
to Mr Hopton Baskett Children of the said Mistris Baskett of Dulish to
each of them Twentie Shillinges apeece Item I give to Mr Robert
Baskett Minister Twentie Shillinges and to his Daughter Mistris Elizabeth
Tenne Shillinges Item that these Tenne Legacyes aforesaid of Twentie 
Shillinges apeece may bee paied with that bond of Tenne Poundes
which is due to mee from Mistris Amtill Item that mistris Katherine
Baskett may have the disposeinge of All my Cloathes as I shall Appointe 
Item I give to Richard Morley and Henry Morley Fiftie Shillinges apeece
Item I give to Mistris Honor Hulbert Twentie Shillinges Item I give to
Grace Gould George Turke and Robert Keyle Two Shillinges Sixe pence
apeece Item I give to All my Masters servants that bee in his howse Twelve 
pence a peece Item I Doe allow Tenne Poundes for my Funerall Expeences 
Exceptinge and Deductinge Twentie Shillinges to Mr Dickinson or to him 
that preacheth my Funerall Sermon and Tenne Shillings to Thomas 
Minister Item I give to Mistris Katherine Baskett my warminge Pann Item 
All the Rest of my goods whatsoever not given nor bequeathed before I 
doe give to Mr Clifford Hussey whom I make and Ordaine my sole Executor
of this my last Will and Testament In Witnes whereof I have thereunto
sett my hand and Seale the Day and yeare above written  Anne Morley
Test Bridgett Phillips Signe of Katherine Pottle Tho Holford Cler

Probatum fuit ... 
[this paragraph continues in Latin to grant probate on 11 October 1660]
Undecimo Die Mensis Octobris Anno Domini Millimo Sexcemmo Sexagesimo
Clifford Jussey Executoris 

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