1753 Will - Sarah Reeve


1753 Will - Sarah Reeve


Dated: 1753, Bocking, Essex
Probated: Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 26 Mar 1768
Recorded: Piece 937 (Secker), folio 281


I Sarah Reeve of Bocking in the County of Essex Spinster do make this my Last Will and Testament viz I give and bequeath to my mother Sarah Reeve all my estates money goods for his life only and after his decease two hundred pounds lawful money to my Brother John Reeve and his heirs forever and for want of heirs from him then to my Brother Jonathan Reeve and his heires for ever and the same of fifty pounds to be maid to my Brother Jonathan Reeve after my mothers decease if he have no heirs the said fifty pound to come to my Brother John Reeve - in the year of our Lord 1753 - Witness my hand - Sarah Reeve
Signed Sealed published and delivered by the said Sarah Reeve in presence of us - William Mihill Mary Mihill

On the twenty sixth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight administration (with the will annexed) of the goods chattels and credits of Sarah Reeve late of Bocking in the county of Essex spinster deceased was granted to Sarah Reeve widow the natural and lawful mother of the said deceased and universal legatee for life named in the said will for that no executor is named therein she having been first sworn duly to administer Ex.


England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 (Ancestry)