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Page 108, Will, T Johnson, 6 April 1705, p 4; Will, Nicholas Walker, 19 March 1700, p 1

loveing Wife Dorothy Johnson And my Will & pleasure is
that my dear & loveing Wife shall have & receive the
pduct ariseing thereby or thereout untill ye same shall
become soe due & payable as aforesd And my Will [&]
pleasure is that my Debts & Funerall expences be full[y]
pd And my further Will is & I doe hereby make
constitute & appoint my sd dear & loveing Wife
Dorothy Johnson Sole Execix of this my last Will
& Testamt And I doe hereby Revoke all former &
other Wills In Witness whereof I have to this my
sd last Will & Testamt set my hand & Seale this Sixth
day of April in ye yeare of our Lord 1705: Signed
Sealed Published & Declared to be ye last Will &
Testamt of ye sd Timothy Johnson in ye psence of us
Jo Heron, Jo Cooke, Rich Heron.
Timothy Johnson
In the name of God Amen ye Ninetenth day of March 1700
I Nicholas Walker of Hexham in ye County of Northumberland
being sick in body but of perfect memory blessed be God doe mak[e]
& ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner & forme
following First I give my soule to Almighty God firmly beleiveing
through ye mercy laid up in Jesus Christ to have a free & perfect
remisson of all my sins for which I am from ye bottom of my heart
penitent And as for my worldly Estate which God hath been
pleased to bestow upon me I give & bequeath as follows First
I give unto my son Edward my now dwelling house with all my
Tanning fats* & that close or parcell of ground called ye Burridge
with ye barn thereunto belonging, Item I give unto my son Joseph
ye close called ye Loaning dikes Item I give to each of my Sons
children Edward & Joseph five shillings apeice to be paid by my

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