Anne Chisnall 1694
 

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In the name of God Amen. The seventeenth day of February in the yeare of our lord god one thousand six hundred ninty and three. I Anne Chissenhall of Coppull in the Countie of Lancaster widow beinge weake of body but of good and perfect memory praysed be god fo the same doe constitute ordaine and make this my last will and testament in manner and forme followinge that is to say feirst and principally I commend my soule unto the hands of almightly god my maker steadfastly trusting and unfainedly belevienge that in and through the merits of his deare son and my alone saviour he will raiset up att the last day to life and immortality and my body I commit to the earthe from which it came and wither it must return e to be decently buried at my parish church in Standish amongst my ancestors att the discression of my executors here in and hereafter named and for and such temporall goods as it hath pleased god in his mercy to bestow upon me heare in this life and dispose of the sameas followeth. Impr[imis] my will and minde is and I doe will give devise and bequeath unto my son John Chissenhall beinge out of the country if he fortune to returne againe in life and safety five pounds but if he never returne then to be left to my executors here afer named. Item I doe give and bequeath unto my son Danniell Chissenhall the like summe of five pounds. Item I doe give and bequeath unto Bryan Chissenhall whom I am grandmother unto five pounds. Item all the rest residue and remainder of my whole personall estate I doe will give and bequeath unto my son Edward Chissenhall after my funeral expenses and debts and probate of this my last will and testament and lastly I doe constitute ordaine nominate and appoint my sond Edward Chissenhall of Langtree my sole and whole executor hereof renouncing and revoakeinge al former will or wills by me made in any wide whatsoever hopeinge that my alone executor will see the same performed as my whole trust and confidence is in him reposed far above all others.

 

Anne Chissenhall her seal and marke

 

Sealed signed published and declared to be the last will and testament in witnesse of

Jane Fisher her marke

John Slater

Thos Taylor