13 August 1831 Will of Thomas Pike of Saint Marylebone (proved 29 October 1831)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1791a

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The last Will and Testament 
of me Thomas Pike of 7 Paddington Street in the County of Middlesex
and Parish of Saint Mary le bone I leave and bequeath to my wife
Ann Pike all my leasehold property goods Chattles and every thing
that I possess in this World and her to pay all my just debts as farr
as the same doth go and I also appoint her my sole Executrix and
Administrator assisted by two Trustees that is Mr Michael Wright
and Mr Philip Chapman   Thos Pike   Signed in presence
of us this 13th day of August 1831   Michael Wright   Philip
Chapman   Benjn Brooks

Proved at London the 29th October 1831 before the Worshipful
Charles Coote Doctor of Laws and Surroage by the Oath of Ann Pike
Widow the Relict the sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted
having been first sworn duly to administer

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