Will: Maurice JONES, Staylittle, 1825

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1 In the Name of God Amen, the Twenty-ninth day of
2 July one Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-three
3 I Maurice Jones of Staylittle, Farmer and Vutualler, in the
4 Parish of Trefeglwys and County of Montgomery, and
5 Diocese of Bangor, being in perfect mind memory and
6 understanding, do (to avoid all controversis and disputes
7 after my decease) make and ordain this my last will
8 and Testament in manner and form following that is to say
9 First I give and bequeath unto the childrens of my
10 late Brother John Jones Tybach the sum of Twenty Pounds
11 Equally divided between them,
12 Also, I give and bequeath to Evan Jones my nephew, the
13 Box and tolls belonging to my trate of every demonina
14 tion whatsoever, after my decease,
15 all the rest and remainder of my Estates personal Personal Property goods
16 and whatsoever belongs or Appertain to me, I give, demise
17 and bequeath unto my, dear beloved wife Jane, and
18 Catharine Jones my present maid, to be Jointy Executrix
19 of this my last Will and Testament, and I do hereby,
20 revoke all other will, or wills, by one in any way formely
21 made, and declare this only to be my last, In Witness
22 wereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and
23 year Above writen

24 Maurice Jones

25 Signed sealed published and declared
26 by the above Testator Maurice Jones to be
27 his last will and Testament, in the presence
28 of us, who have hereunto subscribed our
29 names as witness, in his presence and in
30 the presence of each other

31 Edward Jones Factory Staylittle
32 Isaac Jones Baptist Minister
33 John Jervis Braihyfedw factory

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34 On the twelfth day of March in teh year of our Lord
35 1825 the within written will was insinuated, proved and
36 proved and in common form of Law decree valid
37 and administration granted to the within named
38 Executrixes Jane Jones and Catherine Jones, they
39 being first sworn in common form of Law and that
40 the whole of the Goods Chattels and Credits of
41 the said deceased do not amount in Value to
42 one hundred Pounds
43 before me
44 John Davies Surrogate

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45 Trefeglwys
46 Maurice Jones
47 Will under £100
48 Probate granted 17th September 1825

49 17 Sep gre.

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50 A True and Perfect Inventory of all the goods Chattels
51 and Credits of Maurice Jones Staylittle in the Parish of
52 Trefeglwys in the County of Montgomery Farmer and
53 Vutualler, Deceased, made by us whose Names are hereunto
54 Subscribed the sixth day of September in the year of our
55 Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty three –

56 The Horse and furniture and ap.. of the Deceased 7 – 0 – 0
57 Horned Cattle 8 – 0 – 0
58 Household Goods 21 – 10 – 0
59 Corn growing in the grownd at the time of [crossed out: his Deceased] his Death 2 – 0 – 0
60 Hey of corn 5 – 0 – 0
61 Implements in Husbandry 1 – 10 – 0

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62 £45 – 0 – 0

63 Box and Tools belonging to my hate 4 – 10 – 0

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64 49 – 10 – 0

65 Thomas Jones ) Appraisers
66 Edward Jones )

67 1828 D
68 21st July Postage 10
69 Search Will 2 – 0
70 Office Copy T.o . 3 – 0
71 Collating and Lge 3 – 0

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72 . 9 – 4

A transcription of this digital image, held at the National Library of Wales.
References: B/1825/223/ /69 and B/1825/223/I ..
Transcribed by Alison Bryan, xxvi.ix.mmxi

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