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The Will of

Edward HOADLEY (c1570-1635)

 

In the Name of God Amen the fourtheenth daye of July one thousand six hundred thirtie fyve I Edward Hoadley of Eastgrinsted in the Countie of Sussex yeoman being sicke in body but of good and perfect rememberance thanks be given to God first and principally I bequeath my soule to Almighty God my Creator and to Jesus Christ my Redeemer trusting by his death and passion to have life everlasting and my body to the earth Item I give to the poore of Eastgrinstead two shillings to be distributed by [---] [---] I give unto Robert Hoadly my oldest sonne fourteen pounds of lawfull money of England to be payed unto him by my Executrix [---] fower yeares next after my decease Item I give unto Thomas Hoadley my sonne fiftie shillings of like lawfull money to be payed to him by my executrix [---] fower yeares next after my decease Item I give unto my Daughter Jane Selyard widdowe fyftie shillings [---] like lawfull money of England to be payed unto her [---] fower yeares next after my decease by my executrix Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Alice Birch the wife of John Birch two shillings and six pence to be payed unto her within one yeare next after my decease And yf it [---] [---] if Robert Hoadly  ~ Thomas Hoadly my sonnes and my Daughter Selyard doo [---] [---] of them to dye before the fower yeares be expired [---] then [---] departing and dye [---] [---] her or them [---] for being dead shall [---] [---] [---] of them And if it [---] of them do dye before the fower yeares by [---] [---] them [---] [---] to be equally divided between the children of myne by my last wife Item I give and beuqeath unto Edward Hoadly my sonne three pounds of lawfull money to be payed unto him by my executrix [--- ] [---] shall [---] to the age of one and twenty yeares Item I give unto John Hoadly my sonne three pounds the like lawfull money to be payed unto him by myne executrix when [---] [---] to the [---] of one and twenty yeares Item I give and bequeath unto Margaret Hoadley ~ Mildred Hoadley ~ Anne Hoadlye ~ Mary Hoadlye and Joane Hoadlye my Daughters unto either of them fourtie shillings a peece to be payed to either of them by my executrix [---] [---]  either of them shall come to the age of sixteen yeares or at their daye of marriage [---] shall first happen to be be the [---] of all my goods cattell and chattels [---] and [---] bequeathed my [---] payed and funerall dischargd I give and bequeath unto Mildred Hoadley my wife [---] I make executrix of this my last will and testament And I doo appoint my [---] good frends my brother Richard Caplye and my neigbour John Wyckens to be my Overseers of this my last will and testament and I give unto either of them for their paynes two shillings six pence a peece In witness [---] I have [---] sett my hand and seale Edward Hodely written [---] [---] John [-nder--] [---] [---]

 

Proved on 29 August 1635

 

Transcribed by Mandy Willard on 22 January 2007 from a digitised copy of the original document, ref. Prob 11/168.

 

HOADLEY

This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012