Will: Giles MILLS, Pwllglas, 1818

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1 In the Name of God. Amen.

2 I Giles Mills of Pwll-glas, in the parish of Tref Eglwys,
3 in the County of Montgomery; and Diocese of Bangor
4 being in perfect Health, Mind and Memory – Thanks be to
5 God for the Same – do make this my last Will and Testament
6 in Manner and Form following – that is to say -

7 All my Goods, Chattels and Credits – Money, Bills,
8 and Bonds, and all that which belongs and appertains to me,
9 by Right and Title, Claim or Demand, I give, bequeath, and
10 demise, unto Margaret my beloved wife, all that which I
11 have mentioned above, is to be her own immediately after after
12 my Decease – and I do hereby authorise her with power, to
13 sell, give, or keep the same – or give bequeath, or demise them, by
14 Will, or otherwise, according to her own pleasure – I do likewise
15 nominate, constitute and ordain, my said Wife Margaret, to be
16 sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament – and I do
17 herein disannul, and make void all other Wills and Testaments
18 made by me as heretofore; and allow and own this, to be my real
19 and last Will and Testament – In witness to the same, I have
20 hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this Fourth Day of April,
21 in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eleven.

22 Giles Mills by X Mark
23 [seal]

24 Signed, sealed, published and
25 declared, in the presenece and Sight of

26 John Davies
27 David Davies Schoolmaster

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28 On the thirtieth Day of January in the
29 Year of our Lord 1818 the within written Will
30 was insinuated, proved, approved and in
31 in common form of Law decreed valid, and
32 administration granted to the within named
33 Executrix Margaret Mills she being first
34 sworn in common form of Law, and that
35 the whole of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits
36 of the said Deceased do not amount in
37 value to three hundred Pounds
38 before me
39 John Davies Surrogate

40 Probate granted 19th March 1818

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41 Trefeglwys
42 Giles Mills
43 Will – under – £300
44 Probate granted 19th March 1818

45 J. Davies Surrogate

46 Giles Mills‘s Will
47 Pwll-glas, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire

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48 A true and perfect Inventory of the Goods, Chattels
49 and Credits of Giles Mills of Pwll-glas in the parish
50 of Trefeglwys, in the County of Montgomery, deceased

51 £ – S – D
52 Horse and Saddle &c. and wearign Apparel 10 – 10 – 0
53 4 Horses and Gearing, at £7 – 10s 30 – 0 – 0
54 8 Cows at £5 – 10s 44 – 0 – 0
55 4 Cattle and £4 each 16 – 0 – 0
56 6 Cattle at 2 – 10 15 – 0 – 0
57 6 Yearling Calves at £1 – 10s 9 – 0 – 0
58 5 Young Calves at 12/- 3 – 0 – 0
59 1 Sow and two young pigs 2 – 5 – 0
60 Poultry 0 – 4 – 0
61 1 Old Waggon with Wheels, and 1 without ) 18 – 10 – 0
62 Wheels; 2 small Carts )
63 1 Old Plough and 2 old Harrows 2 – 10 – 0
64 Instruments belonging to the Threshing floor, ) 1 – 10 – 0
65 and other small Implements )
66 Dairy Uttensils and Houshold Furniture 14 – 10 – 0
67 Beds and Bed-clothes 9 – 0 – 0
68 5 Strikes of Wheat, at 10/- 2 – 10 – 0
69 320 Sheep at 7/- 112 – 0 – 0

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70 £ 290 – 9 – 0
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71 June 27th 1816

72 Daniel Jarman
73 Evan Evans

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74 Inventory of
75 Giles Mills of Pwllglas
76 Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire

A transcription of this digital image, held at the National Library of Wales.
References: B/1818/169 [crossed out: 32/1] and B/1818/169/ I [crossed out: 32:2]
Transcribed by Alison Bryan, v.x.mmxi

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