Will: Charles DAVIES, 1804

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1 A True and Just Inventory of all the goods and
2 Chattels of Moveables and Immoveables of the Late
3 Deceased Charles Davies of the Parish of Trefeglwys
4 Appraised by us this Eighteenth Day of July 1804
5 Whose Names are hear under Subscribed

6 £ – S – D
7 Horse Saddle and wearing Apparel 10 – 0 – 0
8 One Cow 6 – 0 – 0
9 28 Sheep 9 – 16 – 0
10 One Pig and Poltry 2 – 0 – 0
11 One Turf Cart 1 – 10 – 0
12 Houshold Furniture 20 – 0 – 0
13 Househould Provision 5 – 0 – 0
14 One Flannel in the Loom 8 – 0 – 0
15 Money out at Interest 200 – 0 – 0

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16 £ 262 – 6 – 0
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17 Appraised by us
18 David Evans
19 Richard Bennett

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20 In the Name of God Amen the Nineteenth Day of September
21 IN the year of Our Lord one Thousand Eight Hundren and Three
22 I Charles Davies of the parish of TrefEglwys in the County of
23 montgomry Being Weak in Body but of Sound and
24 perfect Mind and memory Thanks be to the Allmighty God
25 for the same, do make this my Last Will and Testament
26 in the following Order, first I Give and Bequeath unto
27 my Daughter Elizabeth the wife of Andrew Jones The Sum of
28 one pund one shilling, allso I Give and Bequeath unto
29 Mary my Daughter the wife of Richard Bennett the Sum of
30 Twenty pounds Also I Give and Bequeath unto my Daughter
31 Ann the wife of David Loyd the Sum of Thirty Pounds
32 also I Give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Catherine
33 the wife of Joseph Thomas the sum of Fifty pounds
34 also I Give and Bequeath unto Sarah my Daughter
35 the sum of one Hundred and Sixty Pounds. Also I Give
36 and Bequeath unto my Daughter Dorothy the sum
37 of One Hundred and Sixty Pounds. Also I Give and
38 Bequeath unto my Beloved wife Mary the sum of
39 forty pounds and also the use of the Dweling House
40 where we are Now Resident Together with the Garden
41 furniture I Give and bequeath to be Equally Divided
42 between my wife Mary and her Two younger Daughters
43 viz Sarah and Dorothy – All the Rest and Residue
44 of my Goods Chattels Lands Hereditaments Bills Bonds and
45 all and singular my Effects of what nature so ever they
46 be I Give and Demise unto my Son, David Davies
47 [interline] whom I apoint sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament
48 revoking hereby all former Wills and Bequests by me
49 made and Confirming this to be my Last will and
50 Testament in Wittness heroff I have sett my haned
51 and Seal the day Day and year above written
52 Interlined whom I apoint Sole Executor of this my Last Will
53 and Testament

54 Charles Davies
55 [seal]

56 Signed Sealed Published and Declared
57 by the Testator to be his Last Will
58 and Testament in the presence of us
59 who in the presence of Each other have
60 Signed our names in the precene of the
61 Testator

62 John Thomas
63 Edward Tilsley Davies

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64 On the nineteenth day of September
65 in the year of our Lord 1804 the
66 within written Will was insinuated,
67 proved, approved, and in common
68 form of Law, decreed Valid, and
69 Administration Granted, to the
70 within named Executor, Charles
71 Davies; he being first sworn
72 in Common form of Law, and
73 that the whole of the Goods,
74 Chattels, and Credits of the said
75 deceased Charles Davis his
76 .uther; do not amount in
77 value to the sum of Three and
78 hundred pounds
79 Before me
80 Thomas Lewis
81 Surrogate

82 [crossed out line: relates to probate granted]
83 Probate granted October 1804

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84 Trefeglwys
85 Charles Davies
86 Will under 300£

87 Proved 19th Sept )
88 Probate granted 8th October ) 1804

89 Thomas Lewis Surrogate

A transcription of this digital image, held at the National Library of Wales.
References: B/1804/199/I/ 108/ and B/1804/199/W 108/
Transcribed by Alison Bryan, vii.ix.mmxi

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