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Probate Collection, Wills and Inventories: John Price

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Probate papers of John Price, gentleman

Will included: Yes

Date of Will: 17th December 1802

Beneficiaries: To Richard Watkins, nephew, all the freehold estate known as Upper Cwm, Craswall together with a piece of land called Cae yr Ceven, and also all the ‘messuage, tenement, Mills, Lands, hereditaments and appurtenances now in the occupation or tenure of Anne Williams’, with the rents and profits. The bequest is subject to Richard Watkins discharging various bequests to: the children [not named] of my nephew Thomas Watkins of the Merddy lately deceased; nephew John Watkins of the City of London; Hannah [? surname obscured], niece; the children [not named] of Mary my niece lately deceased the first wife of William Prosser; Elizabeth Williams of the parish of Ewias Harrold the wife of William Williams.
Also, to Thomas Watkins, the eldest son of my nephew Daniel Watkins lately deceased, all the freehold estate called Tyr Gronow in the parish of Michaelchurch Eskley, subject to discharging bequests to his brothers Edward and Richard and his sisters Elizabeth, Anne, Maryanne, and Catherine.
Also to John Watkins, nephew, son of Lewis Watkins, all the freehold estate and copyhold lands called Wern Wen in Craswall, subject to his discharging various bequests to his brother David Watkins my nephew and his sistersAnne and Catherine my nieces

Others mentioned: Richard Watkins, nephew, appointed sole executor

Witnesses: Samuel Jones; Thomas Williams; Daniel Morgan

Inventory included: Yes, 2 copies, dated 15th February 1804, valued at £46-13-00

Appraisers: [?] Beavan; Nicholas Johnson

Will proved:  7th November 1804

Bond included: None

Other papers: None

Property/Holdings: Upper Cwm, Craswall; Cae yr Ceven, Craswall; Merddy; Tyr Gronow, Michaelchurch Eskley; Wern Wen, Craswall



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