Will of Robert Parrott of East Claydon, dairyman, 1819 (proved 1825)

Centre for Bucks Studies, D/A/Wf/115/80

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This is the last Will and Testament of me Robert Parrott the elder of Sion Hill in the Parish of East Claydon Dairyman

To my son John Parrott: my Copyhold Close of Meadow or Pasture Ground called Oxeye and the Piece of Arable Land called Berry Leys in the Parish of Winslow, now in John's occupation, subject to such Incumbrances that at the time of my Decease shall affect the same.

To my son Robert Parrott: £50

To my son Benjamin Parrott: £20

To my son Thomas Parrott: £20

To my daughter Ann wife of Charles Thorp: £20

To my daughter Sarah wife of Samuel Thorp: £20; my best Flock Bed and Bolster now being in the Men Servants Room together with the Bedstead and Furniture one pair of Sheets Blankets and Coverlid to the same belonging

To my granddaughter Ann Parrott daughter of John: The Feather Bed, Bedstead and Furniture thereto belonging in the Room which I usually sleep together with the Bolster and two Pillows one pair of Sheets and Blankets and Coverlid belonging to the same

To my granddaughter Leah Parrott daughter of John: The Bed on which she usually lies together with the Bolster two Pillows one pair of Sheets, Blankets and coverlid, Bedstead and Furniture thereto belonging

Residue of Money Stock both alive and dead household Goods and Furniture Implements in husbandry Dairy Utensils Goods Chattels and all other my Personal Estte and Effects to my son John, who is full and sole Executor

17 Dec 1819

signed: Robert Parrot

Witnesses: Dav: Norris Clerk to Mr C. Willis Winslow
John Merry
Joseph Chapman

Probate 1825, Archdeaconry of Buckingham


Notes

Robert Parrott was allocated almost 10 acres of land in Winslow at Enclosure in 1767, adjacent to Granborough Bridge.

Copyright 7 August, 2018