7 February 1852 Will of Elizabeth Pike of Newington, Surrey (proved 26 June 1857)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/2253

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This is the last Will and Testament
of me Elizabeth Pike wife of Richard Pike of Trinity Square 
Newington in the County of Surrey I give and bequeath to my dear Husband
Richard Pike All my Stock in the Public funds and the interest thereof and
all other the property estate and effects both real and personal which
I now am or shall at the time of my decease be entitled to or possessed of
by virtue of the Will of my late Father Mr Edward Lyne late of Devonport
in the County of Devon And all other real and personal estate what-
soever to which I now am or shall hereafter be entitled whether in pos-
session or reversion or otherwise howsoever to and for the sole and abso-
lute use and benefit of the said Richard Pike his heirs executors and
administrators according to the nature and quality thereof respectively And I
hereby appoint the said Richard Pike Sole Executor of this my Will And
I hereby revoke all other Wills heretofore made In witness my hand and seal
this seventh day of February 1852  Elizth Pike LS  Signed
Sealed and Declared by the said Elizabeth Pike as her last Will and Tes-
tament in the presence of  W Seagrave 9 Rockingham Row East
New Kent Road   Chas Birch Crisp Clerk to Mr Fleming Solr
1 Trinity Sqre Southwark

In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
   In the Goods of Elizabeth Pike (Wife of Richard Pike) deceased

Appeared personally William Seagrave of No 9 Rockingham
Row East New Kent Road in the County of Surry Surgeon and made Oath
that he is one of the subscribing Witnesses to the last Will and Testament
hereunto annexed of the said Elizabeth Pike (Wife of Richard Pike) late of
Trinity Square Newington in the County of Surry deceased bearing date the
seventh day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty two And he
further made Oath that on the seventh day of February aforesaid the said
Testatrix duly executed her said Will by signing her name at the foot or
end thereof in the presence of this Deponent and of Charls Birch Crisp the
other subscribing Witness thereto both of whom were present at the same time
and this Deponent and the said Charles Birch Crisp thereupon attested and
subscribed the said Will in the presence of the said Testatrix and of each
other    W Seagrave    On the thirty first day of January 1857 the
said William Seagrave was duly sworn to the truth of this Affidavit
Before me   F T Pratt Sur   Pt Horatio Gregory Not Pub

Proved at London 26th June 1857 Before the Worshipful Frederic Thomas
Pratt Doctor of Laws & Surrogate by the Oath of Richard Pike the Husband
the sole Exor to whom Admon was granted Limited so far only as concerns
all the right title & interest of her the Deceased in and to al such personal
estate & effects as she the said Deceased by virtue of the Will of Edward Line
deceased proved in this Court in the month of October 1845 had a right to
appoint or dispose of & hath in & by her said Will appointed or disposed of
accordingly but no further or otherwise having been first sworn duly to
administer



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