Will of John Franklin Hayes, Relieving Officer, Winslow Union, 1839

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John Hayes was buried at Potterspury on 26 Feb 1839 aged 40. His widow Ann Hayes was buried there on 1 May 1841 aged 39. They lived at 10 High Street.

This announcement appeared in the Bucks Herald, 15 May 1841:

Modern Household Furniture and Effects.
To be Sold by Auction, by
On Tuesday next, May 18th, 1841, at Eleven o’Clock, on the Premises of the late Mrs. Hayes, at Winslow, Bucks, by direction of the Executor.

COMPRISING mahogany four-post and camp bedsteads, in morine and cotton hangings, feather and flock beds, blankets and quilts, painted chests of drawers, dressing and washhand tables, night commodes, dressing glasses, cane seat and flag chairs, set of mahogany dining tables with circular ends, mahogany Pembroke folding and other tables, six mahogany chairs and two elbow ditto to match, mahogany sofa, parlour and bedroom carpets, mahogany bookcase and stand, mahogany bureau, knife case, wine decanters, blue and white dinner service, the usual assortment of kitchen requisites, iron-bound ale casks, brewing utensils, and numerous other effects.

Catalogues may be had at the Inns in the Neighbourhood, and at the Office of the Auctioneers, Winslow.

finger pointingAll Persons having any claim or demand on the Estate of the late Mrs. Ann Hayes, are requested to deliver their accounts to Mr. John Willcott, of Winslow, that the same may be examined and discharged.  And all Persons indebted to the said Mrs. Ann Hayes, are requested to settle the same immediately.

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