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Page 121, Will, Peter Thirlewall, 7 December 1700, p 2

aforesd And my Will & Further is yt in case my sd daughter Jane or
my sd Sones Robert & Peter or any of them shall happen to dye
without Issue of their body’s before ye sd severall sumes of money
soe herein by me above bequeathed to ym as aforesd become
due yt then such porcon or porcons of my child or children
dyeing as aforesd shall be parted equally amongst my
other children soe Surviveing and my eldest sone John
Thirlewall; Item I give & bequeath unto my eldest Sone
John Thirlewall my best horse or Mare wth A Saddle
& Bridle and alsoe all my husbandry or Implemts of
husbandry Item All ye rest of my Goods & Chattells
moveable and imoveable I give & bequeath unto my
loveing Wife Elianor Thirlewall who I doe hereby
nominate & appoint Sole Execx of this my last
Will & Testamt In Witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand & Seale this Seventh day
of December in ye Twelfth yeare of ye Reigne
of our Soveraigne Lord William the third yt now
is over England ec Aoqz Dni 1700: Signed Sealed
& Published in ye psence of us Jo Wilkinson Ro
Bell, Cuth Bell.
Pe Thirlewall (X)

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