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Probate Collection, Wills and Inventories: Phillipp David

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Probate papers of Phillipp David alias Griffith, yeoman

Will included: Yes, dated 27 March 1707

Beneficiaries: to Elizabeth my well beloved wife the title and interest which I have in the messuage or tenement wherein I do now inhabit with the lands thereto belonging in the township of Craswall, upon condition that Elizabeth my wife shall pay all such rents and charges imposed; to Elizabeth my wife one [?] and half my household stuff; to Jacob Griffith my nephew forty shillings; to Job Griffith my nephew four pounds; to Hannah Griffith my niece four pounds;  to Howell Griffith my brother ten shillings and my best suit of wearing apparel; to David Griffith my nephew one ewe and lamb; to the children of [?Lawrence Read] one ewe and lamb apiece; to Elizabeth Parry my maid servant twenty shillings; to Margery the wife of David Watkins twenty shillings; all my corn and grain and provision now in my house to be equally divided between my wife Elizabeth and my brother Zachary Griffith; the right and tenement I have in a meadow that I rent of Walter Higgins to Henry Prosser; all remaining goods, cattle, chattels, implements of husbandry and all other of my personal estate to my brother Zachary Griffith.

Others mentioned: None

Witnesses: David Watkins, Henry Prosser, William Hunt, Tho Price

Inventory included: Yes, dated 11 April 1707, value £38-14-2. Appraisers: David Watkins, Walter Harries, James Jones, Stephen Watkins

Will proved: [?] 1707

Bond included: None

Other papers: None

Property/Holdings: None named



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