8 April 1841 Will of Wilberforce Pike of Tottenham, Middlesex (proved 12 February 1842)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1958

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I Wilberforce Pike of Combs Croft House
Tottenham hereby make this my will and testament I give and
bequeath all my property of every kind in my present possession
or in expectancy to my dear Wife Frances Pike And I appoint her
and my brother in law James Vincent Executors of this my last
Will As witness my hand this twenty eighth day of April one
thousand eight hundred and forty one  Wilberforce Pike  Witnesses
to the signing of this will the day above mentioned  John Gregory
Pike  Godfrey Theophilus Pike

I also appoint my Brother Washington Pike as one
of the Executors of my Will Witness my hand thie eighteenth day
of May one thousand eight hundred & forty one  Wilberforce Pike
Witnesses  John Gregory Pike  Elizabeth Vincent

		In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
			In the Goods of Wilberforce Pike deceased
Appeared Personally Godfrey Theophilus Pike of
the Manor House School Stoke Newington int he County of
Middlesex Dissenting Minister and Elizabeth Vincent (Wife of James
Vincent of Upper Edmonton in the same County Schoolmaster) and
made oath as follows And first the said said Godfrey Theophilus Pike
for himself made oath that he is one of the subscribed witnesses
to the last Will and Testament hereto annexed bearing date the


twenty eighth day of April one thousand eight hundred and forty
one of Wilberforce Pike formerly of Combs Croft House Tottenham
in the County of Middlesex but late of Silver Street Edmonton in
the same County deceased and that on the twenty eights day of
April aforesaid the said testator duly executed his said Will by
signing his name at the foot or end thereof in the presence of this
appearer and of John Gregory Pike the other subscribed witness
thereto they being both present at the same time and this appea
rer and the said John Gregory Pike then attested and subscribed
the said Will in the presence of the said testator and of each other
And the said Elizabeth Vincent for herself made oath that she is
one of the subscribed witnesses to the Codicil to the said Will bearing
date the eighteenth day of May one thousand eight hundred and
forty one and that on the eighteenth day of May aforesaid the
said testator duly executed his said Codicil by signing his name at
the foot or end thereof in the presence of this appearer and of John
Gregory Pike the other subscribed witness thereto they being both
present at the same time and this appearer and the said John
Gregory Pike then attested and subscribed the said Codicil in the
presence of the said testator and of each other  Godfrey Theophilus Pike
Elizabeth Vincent  On the 9th day of February 1842 the said Godfrey
Theophilus Pike and Elizabeth Vincent were duly sworn to the
truth of this Affidavit Before me F T Pratt Sec  Charles Tebbs Noty Pub

Proved at London with a Codicil the 12th February 1842 before
the Worshipful Thomas Blake Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the
Oath of Frances Pike widow the Relict one of the Executors named in
the Will to whom Administration was granted having been first
sworn duly to administer power reserved of making the like grant
to James Vincent the other Executor named in the Will and Washington
Pike the Brother the Executor named in the Codicil when they shall 
apply for the same


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