Will: Garner JONES, Goetref, 1857

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1 Trefeglwys
2 Garnner Jones
3 Under £100
4 Probate granted 11th May 1857
5 The Will of
6 Registered Page 312 (Admon Bork)
7 Garner Jones

8 J.P. Morgan
9 Surrogate

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10 This is the last Will and Testament
11 of me
13 Garner Jones of Goetref in the Parish of Trefeglwys in the County of Montgomery
14 being of disposing mind memory and understanding – First I give and devise to
15 my neice Elizabeth Owens her sister who lives with my Brother Thomas the sum of
16 Five pounds The whole rest and residue of all my personal estate weresoever and
17 whatever I give to my Brother Richard, and I do hereby make ordain constitute
18 and appoint my said Brother Richard, the Executor of this my last Will
19 and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills heretofore made by me
20 In witness whereof I have to this my last Will and testament, set and subscribed
21 my hand and seal this Nineteenth day of April One Thousand Eight Hundred
22 and Fifty Seven.

23 Garner Jones

24 Signed sealed published and declared
25 by the said Testator Garner Jones
26 do his last Will and Testament
27 in the presence of us who at his
28 request in his presence and in presence
29 of each other have here unto subscribed
30 our names as witnesses thereto

31 Richard Jones
32 The mark X of David Beedle
33 William Jones

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34 On the elevenith day of May in the Year of our Lord 1857 the within
35 written Will was insinnated, proved, approved, and in common
36 form of law decreed valid, and Administration granted to
37 the within named Executor Richard Jones, he being first sworn
38 in common form of Law, and that the whole of the goods,
39 chattels, and credits of the said deceased do not amount
40 in value to £100
41 before me
42 JP Morgan, Surrogate

43 The deceased died the 19th day of April 1857

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44 A true and perfect Inventory of the goods
45 Chattels and Credits of Garner Jones of Goetref
46 in the Parish of Trefeglwys County of
47 Montgomery (Farmer) deceased

48 £ – S – D
49 Wearing apparel 8 – 0 – 0
50 Horses 13 – 6 – 8
51 Hored Cattle 25 – 6 – 8
52 Swine – – 13 – 4
53 Poultry – – 4 – 6
54 Sheep 5 – 11 – 1
55 Implements of Husbandry and Horse Gearing 5 – 15 – 4
56 Potatoes – – 17 – 9
57 Household Furniture and Dairy Utensils 8 – 17 – 9
58 Grain Thrashed and unthrashed 4 – 8 – 10 1/2
59 Total £ 73 – 1 – 11 1/2

60 Taken and appraised by us this 28th
61 day of April 1857

62 Thomas Bennett ) Appraisers
63 David Tilsley )

A transcription of this digital image held at the National Library of Wales.
References: B/1857/235/W (will); B/1857/236/I (inventory)

Transcribed by Alison Bryan, xii.ix.mmxi

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