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The Will of

William HOLLICKE (c1570-1647)

 

PROB 11/201 - 2 July 1647 - William Hollicke, yeoman of Southease, Sussex

In the name of God Amen I William Hollicke of Southease in the countie of Sussex yeoman being sick in body but of perfect memorie (thanks be to God for it) doo make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and form following first I commend my soule unto the hands of Almighty God my Creator who I am [---] for his [---] [---] sake Jesus my redeemer will ordane the same Item I will my body to be buried in the church yard of Glynd where my former wifes be in[---] manner so shalbe thought fitt by my Executor hereafter named Item I give to the poore of the parish Tenne shillings Item I give to the poore of the parish of Southease tenne shillings Item I give to the poore of the parish of South Malling twentie shillings Item I give to my eldest daughter Anne Parson wife to Abell Parson of -ood--ham all such debts [---] and [---] of money goods and chattells as the said Abell her husband [---] me or hath of mind Item I give unto my daughter Susan wife of John Brightridge of [---] all such household stuffs as shee and her husband hath of mind now in possession  Item I give to my said daughter tenne pounds Item I give to William Bat--m son of my daughter Baucumbe (that's what it looks like) twentie shillings to paid to be at the age of one and twentie [---] if he live soo long Item when [---] I am to pay to Anne my wife sixe pounds thirteen shillings foure pence yearely during her life I wil give and bequeath on to my daughter Elizabeth Baldine wife unto Isak Balldye fourtie pounds of lawfull money of England to be paid to her within three months after my death upon condition that the said Isaacke Baldye give [---] to my Executor hereafter named [---] in the said three months to pay fortie and seven shillings yearly to my said Executor [---] duringe the life of my said wife towards the [---] of the said sixe pounds thirteen shillings seven pence yearely if my said wife shall hand the same paid otherwise not Item I will and give unto my sonne in lawe Thomas Barkers children that is to say Thomas Barker ~ William Barker ~ Jone Barker ~ Elizabeth Barker tenne pounds a peice to be paid by my Executor to them at the age of one and twenty yeares and my will is if any of the said children [---] to die before they come of age that such portion or portions shall be divided among the rest [---] shall remayne alive equally Item I will and give unto Judeth Parson my grandchild the summe of five pounds to be paid to her within three months after my death if shee live soo longe Item I will and give unto William Parson my grandchild the like summe of five pounds to be paid at the age of one and twentie yeares if he live so longe Item I give unto Abell Parson my grandchild five pounds to be paid to him at the age of one and twentie yeares if he live soo long Item I give to Mary Parson my grandchild the summ and of five pounds to be paid to her at the age of one an twentie yeares if shee live soo longe Item I give unto my grandchild John Parson five pounds to be paid to him at the age of one and twentie yeares if the live soo longe Item I give unto Joane Parson my grandchild five pounds to be paid at the age of one and twentie yeares if shee live soo longe Item my will is that if any of those my grandchildren shall happen to die before these legacies be paid that then the legacies of [---] sa shall die shalbe equally divided amongst the rest [---] and alive paid unto them as above will [---] by me Item I will John Brightrige and Isaacke Baldye to be overseers of this my last will and testament Item for the rest of my goods and chattells my debts legacies beinge paid and funerall sermon discharged I wholly give and bequeath unto my William Hollick my only sonne whom I doo make my sole and only Executor In witness where of I have here unto sett my hand and seale and pulbish this to be my last will and testament the day and yeare above written William Hollick his marke In [---] of us Francis Bryant ~ Thomas Crampe his marke

 

Transcribed by me, Mandy Willard, on 24 March 2006, from a digitised copy of the original document.

 

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This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012