15 September 1658 Will of Agnis Pyke of Over, Cambridge, widow (proved 26 November 1658)

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

Source: TNA, PROB 11/284

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In the name of God Amen 
The Fyfteenth day of September in the yeare of our Lord god one thousand six hundred
Fyfty eight I Agnis Pyke of Over in the County of Cambridge widdowe being aged
and weake of body but of perfect minde and memory all praise and thankes bee given to
god therefore doe make and ordaine this my last will and Testament in manner and
Forme Followeing First I bequeath my soule into the hands of Almighty god my Creatour
who gave it mee And my body to the earth from whence it came And as touching my worldly
goodes I dispose of them as Followeth I give and bequeath unto Robert and Zacharie Furley
my kinsmen to each of them Five pounds of Currant money of England to bee paid unto them
respectively within three months next after my decease Item I give and bequeath unto Frances
Robinson widowe my sister the summe of tenn pounds to bee paid unto her within six monthes 
next after my decease Item I give unto Lawrence Kendricke my Nephew and to Agnis 
Tynney widowe his sister Five markes a peece to bee paid them respectively within two
monthes next after my decease Item I give unto Ann Kendricke and Margarett Kendricke
the daughters of William Kendricke my nephew Forty shillings a peece All the rest of my
goodes and Chattells unbequeathed my debts paid and Funeralls discharged I give unto
William and Frances Kendricke my Nephewes whome I make and ordaine sole executors
of this my last will and testament In wittnes whereof I have heereunto sett my hand and
seale the day and yeare First above written Agnis Pike her marke Read Sealed and delivered
in the presence of us Thomas Yonley William Younger Mosely 

This will was proved at London before the Judges for probate of Wills
the twenty sixth day of November in the yeare of our Lord god one thousand six hundred
Fyfty and eight by the oath of William and Francis Kendricke nephewes and ioynt executors
To whome administration was Commytted they being First sworne by Commysion well
and truely to administer



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