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Probate Collection; Will and documents for Phillip Vaughan, gent

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1. Will dated 15 March 1722/23

Beneficiaries: To Walter Vaughan, son, £15
To Richard, son £15.
To Phillip, son, one Jack, one desk, one cupboard, one iron back which is in the Hall, one bedstead from the parlour, and one table which is in the Hall.
All the rest of the household stuff to Mary, wife.

Executors: Mary, wife and Phillip son

Signed by testator

Witnesses: Howell Nicholls, Samuel Rawlins & Phillip Price

Date of probate:
17 May 1723 .

2. Inventory : [none surviving] but in a note dated
17 May 1723 the value is given as
£175 14 6d.



The documents include a Bond: Dated 9 February 1746 with bounden: James Vaughan, yeoman, of Clodock and Henry Phillips, yeoman, of Grosmont in the sum of £200.
There seems to have been a problem over the probate and administration of this will as the two original executors are reported to have died in the text of the bond which seems to have led to the 23 year delay in registering it and its administration by next of kin. 3 sheets in all

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