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Probate Collection; The will and documents for Thomas Prichard, the younger, glover

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13 October 1667 .
Beneficiaries: To father, Thomas Phillip Prichard and sister Blanch ' all that my 5th part of one roome of the barne and of the fauld [fold?] thereunto adjoininge and all that close or parcel of arable land and pasture unto the said barne' together with another close known as Cae Preeske lying in Newton which the testator inherited from his Aunt Margaret Lucas. and after the death of the survivor of them the whole is to go to the legitimate children of Blanch. If Blanch has no issue then the land and premises are to be placed in a trust for the testators friends Thomas Watkins of Clodock, yeoman, Thomas Lewis of Dulis [Dulas], yeoman, William James of St Margarets, joiner to rent out and use the rents to pay the poor of Newton each Christmas.
To nephew, Abednigo Prichard and niece Mary Prichard, one ewe each.
to Aunt Gwenllyan, one ewe.
Residual legatees father, Thomas and sister, Blanch.

Executors: father, Thomas and sister, Blanch.

Signed by the testator

Witnesses: Howell Watkin, John Phillips, John Madocks, Wal Phee and Hugo Watkins.

Date of Probate:
4 July 1668 .

2. Inventory: undated, value £3 17 0d. No appraisers listed.




Documents include a bond with Thomas Phillip Prichard and Edward Jones of Brecon bound in a surety of £20. Thomas Prichard and Blanch Prichard appointed to administer the will with a coversheet; 4 sheets in all


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