Will of John Huttly

 

Proved 21st February 1769

 

PROB 11/946

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transcribed by Daphne Johnson

26th June 2003

 

 ©Daphne Johnson 2003

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In the Name of God Amen

I John Huttley of the parish of St John at Hackney in the

County of Middlesex Blacksmith and Farrier being in perfect

health and of sound and disposing Mind Memory and

understanding but considering the Certainty of Death and

the uncertainty of the time thereof do make and publish

this my Last Will and Testament in manner following First

I recommend my Soul to God who gave it hoping for a

remission of my Sins through our Lord Jesus Christ and

as to what worldly Estate God in his Great Goodness hath

been pleased to bless me with I give Devise and bequeath the

same as follows to wit I order and direct that all my

Just Debts and Funeral Expenses be fully paid and satisfied

Item I Give and bequeath to my Brother Anthony Hutley

of Plaistow in the County of Essex Blacksmith and Farrier

the Sum of Five pounds for Mourning Item I Give and

bequeath to Martha the wife of the said Anthony Hutley

a Guinea to buy a Ring in memory of me if She shall be

so minded. Item I Give and Bequeath to my Brother William

Hutley of Bow in the County of Middlesex Blacksmith

and Farrier Five pounds for Mourning Item I Give and

bequeath to Susannah the Wife of the said William Hutley

one Guinea to buy a Ring in Memory of me if She shall be

so minded Item as to the rest and residue of my Estate and

Effects whatsoever and wheresoever I Give Devise and bequeath

the same both real and personal as follows to wit I Give

bequeath and Devise one moiety or equal half part thereof

to my Dear Wife Elizabeth Hutley for her own sole use and

benefit and the other Moiety or equal half part thereof I

Give Devise and bequeath to my said Brother Anthony Hutley

of Plaistow in the County of Essex Blacksmith and Farrier

in Trust for the sole use and benefit of my Nephew John Hutley

son of Samuel Hutley late of King street in the parish of

Saint Giles in the County of Middlesex Blacksmith and

Farrier deceased and I do hereby nominate and appoint

my said Dear Wife Elizabeth Hutley and by said Brother

Anthony Hutley Executrix and Executor of this my Last

Will and Testament hereby revoking all former and other

Wills Legacies and bequests by me heretofore made and

given and have to this my Last Will and Testament set my

hand and seal this twelfth Day of June in the Year of

our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Two

John Huttley signed Sealed Published and declared by the

said Testator as and for his Last Will and Testament in

the presence of us who have submitted our Names as

witnesses thereto at his Desire and in his presence the

day and year above written Richard Dann Mary Dann

This Will was proved at London on the twenty First

Day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred

 

and sixty nine before the Worshipful Andrew Coltie Ducarel

Doctor of Laws and Surrogate of the Right Worshipful George

Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the

Prerogative Court of Canterbury Lawfully Constituted by the

oaths of Elizabeth Huttly Widow the Relict and Anthony Huttly

brother of the deceased and Executors named in the said

Will to whom administration was granted of all and singular

the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased they having

been first sworn only to administer