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The Will of

Charles ENTICKNAP (?-1761)

 

Many thanks to Ros Dunning for the following transcript:

 

In the Name of God Amen I Charles Enticknap of Du?hurst in the parish of Lurgashall in the County of Sussex Yeoman revoking all former Wills by me made do make & ordaine this my last Will and Testament and first I resign my soul to my creator trusting in the Merits of my Redeemer and I dispose of my Worldly estate in manner following (that is to say) First by virtue a Surrender by me made to the Use of my Will of all those Two Copyhold or Customary Tenements Lands & hereditaments called Downend and Dichers containing by Estimation Sixty Acres of Land with the Appurtenances in North Chappell Lurgashall in the County of Sussex and holden of the honour & Mannor of Petworth and all other my Copyhold Customary Lands tenements and hereditaments whatsoever holden of the said honour & Mannor Do hereby give will and devise my said Copyhold or Customary Tenements Lands & hereditaments with their and every of their Appurtenances unto my Two sons William Enticknap and Charles Enticknap their heirs and assigns forever Chargeable nevertheless and I do hereby charge my said Copyhold or Customary Tenements Lands Hereditaments and premises with the payment of the Yearly Rent or sum of Thirteen pounds of Good and Lawfull Money of Great Britain unto Jane my loving Wife for and during the Term of her Natural Life by half Yearly Equal Payments (that is to say) Six Pounds Ten Shillings every half Year free and clear of all Taxes and deductions whatsoever the first Payment thereof to begin and be made at Six Months End next after my Decease which said Yearly rent or sum of Thirteen Pounds will be a Rentcharge arising and payable out of the aforesaid premises that the same premises and every part thereof shall be Subject and liable to Distress and Distresses from time to time for the said Annuity or Yearly Rent or any part thereof in manner as aforesaid Also I give and bequeath unto my Son George Enticknap the Sum of ffifty Pounds of Lawfull Money of Great Britain to be paid unto him by my Executors hereinafter named within Six Months next after my Decease Also I give and bequeath unto my Son James and my Daughters Mary Susan and Jane One Shilling apiece and the Reason why I give them no more is because I have already provided for them and also all the rest residue and remainder of my Goods Chattles and personall Estate whatsoever after Payment of my Debts and funeral Expences and the several Legacys before given I give and bequeath unto my said Sons William Enticknap and Charles Enticknap Equally to be divided between them Share and Share alike And I do hereby make constitute and appoint my said Sons William Enticknap and Charles Enticknap Executors of this my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I the said Charles Enticknap the Testator have to this my last will and Testament set my hand and seal this Twenty ffourth Day of May in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and ffifty seven Charles Enticknap

Mary Ride
Michl Morley
Robt Roill


Proved 11 September 1761 by the oath of Charles Enticknap power reserved to the other executor
Sussex Record Office
STCI/40/pp274
 

ENTICKNAP

This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012