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Further.. Wills & Letters of Administrations, courtesy of Gar Watson

 
adrian
#1 | Posted: 20 Nov 2007 06:09
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George Fielding Epworth wills 1876/I/292 31 May 1875 pr 22 May 1876 died 16 Jan 1876

This is the last Will and Testament of me George Fielding of Epworth in the County of Lincoln, stonemason, made this thirty first day of May One thousand eight hundred and seventy five. I appoint my brother Smith Fielding and my brother in law George Lingard executors of my will I devise and bequeath to the said Smith Fielding and George Lingard all my Real and Personal Estate of every nature and description to hold upon the trusts following that is to say upon trust to sell my Real Estate and to convert into money my Personal Estate or such part thereof as may not consist of money and stand possessed of the proceeds thence arising upon trust to invest the same upon Real Government of Railway security and pay and apply the annual income thence arising for the maintenance education and support of all my children until the youngest of them shall attain the age of twenty one years and in case the annual income to arise from the said investments shall not in the opinion of my said trustees be sufficient for the proper maintenance and education of all my children I empower my said trustees to call in and apply any part of the principal monies for that purpose and as soon as my youngest child for the time being shall attain the age of twenty on years I direct my said trustees to call in the said trust Estate and divide the same between and among all my children who may be then living in equal shares I devise all Estates vested in me upon any trust or by way of Mortgage unto the said Smith Fielding and George Lingard and their heirs to hold upon the trusts and equities affecting the same and I revoke all former wills by me made and declare this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness - whereof I the said George Fielding the Testator have hereunto set my hand the day and year first before written -------- George Fielding-----Signed and declared by the said George Fielding the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other - have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses — Alfred Taylor — Smith Fielding
Proved at Lincoln the twenty second day of May 1876 by the oaths of Smith Fielding the brother and George Lingard the Executors to whom administration was granted
The Testator George Fielding was late of Epworth in the County of Lincoln Stonemason and died on the sixteenth day of January 1876 at Epworth aforesaid
Under L450 Collinson Littlewood & Parkin Solicitors Epworth
adrian
#2 | Posted: 20 Nov 2007 06:09
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Sarah Harrison 22 Jan 1870 pr 28 Feb 1873 died 12 Jan 1871


This is the Last Will and Testament of me - Sarah Harrison of West Kinnald Ferry in the parish of Owston in the County of Lincoln widow. I give and bequeath all my household furniture and effects and all other my personal estate unto my grandson William Joseph Morton Harrison now residing at No. 107 Prescot Street Low Hill Liverpool subject to the payment of my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and I give and devise all my real estate whatsoever and - wheresoever unto Thomas Taylor of Epworth in the County of Lincoln Gentleman and Edward Briggs of West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid Innkeeper their heirs and assigns upon trust in the first place to pay thereout such of my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses as my personal estate shall by insufficient to pay and subject thereto upon trust to apply the rents incomes and profits for the maintenance and advancement of my said grandson William Joseph Moston Harrison until he shall - attain the age of twenty one years and on his attaining that age to stand possessed of my said real estate upon trust for my said grandson his heirs and assigns. But if my said grandson shall die under the age of twenty one years then upon trust for my daughter in law Sarah Harrison and her assigns during her life and after her decease upon trust to sell and dispose of my said real estate and after payment of the expenses of such sale to divide the proceeds thereof unto and amongst George Fielding, Smith Fielding, Parkin Fielding, and Henrietta Fielding the children of my nephew John Fielding in equal shares and proportions and I appoint the said Thomas Taylor and Edward Briggs joint executors of this my will as witness my hand this twenty second day of January One thousand eight hundred and seventy - Sarah Harrison - Signed and declared by the said Sarah Harrison the testatrise as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses - George Newborn, Epworth - William Shearer, West Ferry

Proved at Lincoln the twentieth day of February 1873 by the oaths of Thomas Taylor and Edward Briggs the executors to whom administration was granted. The Testatrise Sarah Harrison was late of West Kinnald Ferry in the parish of Owston in the County of Lincoln widow and died on the twelfth day of January 1871 at West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid
Under L100 Robert Swan Solicitor Lincoln
adrian
#3 | Posted: 20 Nov 2007 06:10
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William Fielding 18 May 1867 pr 30 Nov 1867 died 13 Aug 1867

This is the last Will and Testament of me William Fielding of West Kinnald Ferry in the Parish of Owston in the County of Lincoln Farmer I give and devise unto my Son John Fielding and my Friend John Crackle of West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid Yeoman All that my messuage or dwelling house with the yard large garden(formerly belonging to the Crown) outbuildings and appurtenances situate and being at West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid and called or known by the name of the “Neptune Inn” Also all those my four Cottages or Dwellinghouses adjoining or near to the said Inn and Premises And also that my close of land in the Parish of Owston aforesaid called the Ings Close and containing by estimation three acres and a half (more or less) purchased by me of the Crown To hold the same with the appurtenances unto the said John Fielding and John Crackle their heirs and assigns Upon the Trusts and for the ends intents and purposes hereinafter hereinafter expressed and declared concerning the same, that is to say, Upon Trusts out of the rents issues and profits thereof in the First Place to pay and discharge the Interest money or monies as the same shall become due and payable for and in respect of any principal money or monies that shall at the the time of my death be due and secured upon the said above devised premises and then to pay the residue of such rents issues and profits unto and for the support and education of my grandson James William Major (otherwise Dobson) until he shall attain the age of twenty one years. And when and so soon as my said grandson shall attain the age of twenty one years then I give and devise all the above described premises with the appurtenances (subject to and charged and chargeable with the payment thereout of the following principal moneys and interest in respect thereof namely to Mrs. Freeman Three hundred and fifty Pounds Mrs. Lumby Fifty Pounds and Edmund Maw Two Hundred Pounds making altogether the sum of Six hundred Pounds unto and to the use of my said grandson his heirs and assigns forever Provided always and I do hereby direct and declare that if my said grandson shall happen to die under the age of twenty one years and without leaving lawful issue him surviving then subject as aforesaid I give and devise the said Inn Garden Cottages and Close of Land above devised to my said grandson aforesaid unto all or such of my Sons George Fielding William Fielding and the said John Fielding as shall be living at the time of the death to my said Grandson in equal shares as tenants in common if more than one and if only one then the whole to such only one their or his heirs and assigns forever Provided always and I hereby authorize my said Trustees and the survivor of them and the heirs and assigns of such survivor at their or his discretion to change or vary the security or securities upon which any money may be charged and owing on the above described Inn and premises into any other security or securities of a like nature and shall raise the expenses to be incurred thereby out of the said hereditaments above devised to them in Trust as aforesaid I give and devise unto the said John Crackle All that piece or parcel of land being the far or northern side of my Wood Ends Close in the Parish of Owston aforesaid and which said piece or parcel of land when divided shall contain by admeasurement three statute acres Also my Close piece or parcel of land in the same Parish called Long Warp Engine Close containing by estimation upwards of Four acres And also all that my selion piece or parcel of land at a place called Ferry Crofts in West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid containing by admeasurement one rood and abutting upon Mr Mays premises with their respective appurtenances To hold the same unto the said John Crackle and his heirs But subject nevertheless and I charge the same hereditaments with the payment thereout of the sum of Three hundred Pounds sterling part of the mortgage monies now due or which at the time of my death may be due and secured on Mortgage or otherwise upon all or any part of my real estates and all interest to become due in respect of the said Three hundred Pounds upon Trust for the sole use and benefit of my Son George Fielding now residing in the United Stated of North America his heirs and assigns forever Provided alsways and I do hereby declare that in case my said Son George Fielding shall be now dead or shall happen to died in my lifetime then Upon trust to stand seized and possessed of the said far or northern side of my said Wood Ends Close my long warp engine Close and my said selion of land in Ferry Crofts But subject to the payment of the said Three hundred Pounds and Interest as aforesaid Unto and to the use of all and every the child and children of my said Son George Fielding who may be living at my death in equal shares and proportions as tenants in common if more than one and if only one then the whole to such only child their his or her heirs and assigns forever I give and devise unto the said John Crackle All that piece or parcel of land being the southern and remaining part of my said Wood Ends Close my close called New Dikes in the Parish of Owston aforesaid containing three acres and three roods and upwards my two selions of land in the Field of West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid on Bottom Furlong containing two roods and seventeen perches (more or less) with the appurtenences to hols the same unto the said John Crackle and his heirs But subject nevertheless as to the said Southern side of my said Wood Ends Close to the right of Road over and across the same as now and......[more of the will, didn’t get transcribed]

Provided also that in case of the death of my said son William Fielding without leaving lawful issue him surviving then I give and devise the said hereditaments and premises above devised in trust for him my said Son William Fielding as aforesaid But subject to the said right of road and to the payment of the said sum of Three hundred Pounds and Interest as hereinbefore mentioned unto both or such one of my said Sons George Fielding and John Fielding as shall be living at the time of the death of my said Son William their or his heirs and assigns forever as tenants in common in case both of them shall be then living I give and devise unto my said Son John Fielding All that the dwellinghouse in which I now reside situate at West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid with the barn stables yard garden and croft of Land thereto adjoining and belonging containing altogether by estimation one acre be the same more or less Also all that my warping piece called Stable Close in the Parish aforesaid containing four and a half acres my close of land against the mills called Cotton close containing three acres and a half at West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid And all other if any, my real estate in the Parish of Owston aforesaid or elsewhere with their respective appurtenances To hold the same unto and to the use of my said Son John Fielding his heirs and assigns forever Subject nevertheless to and charged and chargeable with the payment of the residue and remainder (over and above and exclusive of the several sums of Three hundred Pounds and Three hundred Pounds hereinbefore mentioned and the principal monies charged and secured upon the first above described Inn Garden Cottages Close and premises amounting to Six hundred Pounds) of my said Mortgage monies which maybe due and owing upon the whole or any parlor parts of my said real estates and all interst in respect thereof I give and bequeath unto my said Son John Fielding All my household furniture plate linen china and household effects live and dead farming stock and implements of husbandry growing and other crops monies securities for money and all other my personal estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature or kindsoever Subject nevertheless so and charged and chargeable with the payment thereout of my just debts (except and not including mortgage debts) and my funeral and testamentary expenses Unto and to the sole use and benefit of my said Son John Fielding absolutely forever And I appoint my said son John Fielding sole executor of this my Will and hereby revoking all my former Wills I declare this to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my Will contained in this and the preceding four sheets of paper set my hand to each and every sheet thereof this Eighteenth day of May in the year our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty seven
adrian
#4 | Posted: 20 Nov 2007 06:11
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William Fielding

Signed and declared by the said William Fielding the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto the word “Frances” in the sixth line from the bottom of the first sheet and the words “Sandars and Samuel Pulleine One hundred Pounds” in the fifth line from the bottom of the same page and the word “seven” in the fourth line thereof struck out and the word “six” interlined or written above the said word “seven” and the word “seven” in the fourth line from the bottom of the fourth sheet and the word “six” interlined or written above the last mentioned word seven having been first made - Joseph Hill - Wm. Brock -

Proved at Lincoln the Thirtieth day of November 1867 by the oath of John Fielding the son the sole Executor to whom administration was granted
The Testator William Fielding was late of West Kinnald Ferry in the Parish of Owston in the County of Lincoln Farmer and died on the Thirteenth day of August 1867 at West Kinnald Ferry aforesaid
Under L300 Robert Swan Solicitor Lincoln
 
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