6 April 1832 Will of John Pike of Whitestone, Devon (proved 18 April 1857)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/2250

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I John Pike of the Parish of Whitestone in the County of
Devon being in health and of sound mind and memory do make this my

last Will and Testament as follows that after all my just debts are discharged
I hereby give and bequeath everything I am possessed whatsoever or whereso-
ever unto my three nephews Joseph West Pike William Pike and Robert
Pike sons of my brother Robert Pike Wheelwright of the same place to be
equally divided between them On the same time I do appoint my brother
Robert sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament to which I have
hereunto set my hand this sixth day of April in the year of our Lord One
thousand eight hundred and thirty two  John Pike  Signed and
delivered in the presence of us  John Stocker Jnor  John Stocker Senr

Proved at London the 18th April 1857 before the Judge by the Oath of
Robert Pike the brother the sole Exor to whom Admon was granted he
having been first sworn (by Comon) duly to administer

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