10 February 1842 Will of Joseph Pike of Newport Pagnel, Bucks, yeoman (proved 27 August 1842)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1967

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This is the last Will and Testament
of me Joseph Pike of Newport Pagnel in the County of Bucks yeoman
I give devise and bequeath all my Property real and personal unto
and between my nephew Thomas Osborn and my nieces Mary Osborn
and Sarah Swannell their heires executors and administrators to be
equally divided between them I make Luke Price Executor of this
my Will In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this tenth
day of February 1842  The Mark of  Joseph Pike  Signed and
acknowledged by the Testator Joseph Pike in the presence of us both
present at the same time in the presence of the Testator as and for his
last will and Testament  H V Lucas  William Price

	In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
		In the Goods of Joseph Pike deceased
Appeared Personally Henry Lucas of Newport
Pagnel in the County of Bucks Gentleman and referring to the last Will
and Testament of the said Joseph Pike late of Newport Pagnel in the
County of Buckingham yeoman deceased the said Will being now here
unto annexed bearing date the 10th of February 1842 made Oath that
on the said day the said testator duly executed his said Will by affixing
his mark at the end thereof in the joint presence of William Price of
Newport Pagnel aforesaid yeoman and this Deponent both of whom
thereupon attested and subscribed the said Will  as witnesses of the
due execution thereof in the presence of the said Testator  H V Lucas
On the 25th day of August 1842 the said Henry Lucas was duly sworn to
the truth of this Affidavit by virtue of the annexed Commission before
me  Geo Morley Commissioner

Proved at London the 27th August 1842 before the Judge by the
Oath of Luke Price the sole Executor to whom Administration was gran-
ted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer

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