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Last Will and Testament of Mary Adams of Aspley House. 15th May 1820.

By: ASPLEY GUISE, Bedfordshire.

Price: £29.00

Publisher: Probate copy extracted by M. Morley. Proctor Doctors Commons: 5th July 1820., 0

Seller ID: 5313

Condition: Very Good

Two vellum sheets, 78 cms x 65 cms., with paper codicil attached, archbishops paper drop seal, 2 smaller government seals. After the main bequest she leaves twenty pounds to her coachman Thomas Daniels, ten pounds to her maidservant Maria Warr and ten pounds to her servant Ann Odell. Her nephew Botelar Chernoke Smith was appointed executor and [I] 'request that he will see me buried in a proper and sacred manner in South Mimms church and near to the spot where my late dear husband and child lie and that a neat marble tablet or monument be erected to our memories ...'. Aspley House, a small ... View more info

Goodman and Faine families.


Price: £35.00

Publisher: Various places: 1840s., 0

Seller ID: 5314

Condition: Very Good

8vo. & 4to., a collection of 12 documents, on paper, folded down legal style: Declaration of William Pulley Clerk to Mr. Eagles Solicitor Ampthill Bedfordshire in Evidence of Heirship of Mr. Richd Faine Goodman, foolscap bifolium, second leaf blank except for the document's title, with 8vo sheet attached titled: 'The year 1812' and dated 9th February 1842. Copy certificates of baptism of Rich'd Goodman's children 1782 & 1786. Signed by George Cardale, Vicar of Flitwick. Copy certificate of Burial of John Goodman. Certificate of marriage of Thomas Goodman and Ann Faine and similar signed ... View more info