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Probate Collection, Wills and Inventories: David Anthony
Probate papers of David Anthony, yeoman
Will included: Yes, dated 30 January 1807
Beneficiaries: The leasehold house and lands that I now dwell in, and all my stock of cattle, horses and sheep, chattels, household stuff and all my substance of whatever kind to my wife Elizabeth to her own disposal to give to who she will; to son John Anthony the residue from payment of debts; to daughter Ann Frances two pounds a year after the decease of wife Elizabeth; to daughter Jane Watkins five pounds to keep for her son David Watkins two years after the decease of wife. .
Others mentioned: James Watkins, son in law; John Watkins and Mary Watkins
Witnesses: David Gilbert, John Jones, John Gilbert
Inventory included: Yes, dated 13 July, 1811, value £53-5-0. Appraisers: Jn Beavan, James Pitt
Will proved: 23 September 1811
Bond included: None
Other papers: Oath of Elizabeth Anthony, wife, as executor
Property/Holdings: None named
Noted in will: Debt of £41 to John Watkins and £30 to Mary Watkins which son in law James Watkins is bound for after the decease of wife Elizabeth. Instruction to James Watkins to let the leasehold house and lands to pay the debt.