Margery Taylor 1751




In the name of God Amen I Margery  Taylor of Coppull in the county of Lancaster widdow being of sound and disposing memmory do for the settling of my temporall concerns make and ordaine this to be my last will and testament as followeth And first I order all my just debts funerall expences togather with the probatt of this my last will and all incedent charges attending the same to be paid and discharged outof my effects and affter payment and satisfaction thereof I give unto my daughter Jane now wife of James Miller of Chorley in the said county butcher the sum of two pounds and to the said James Miller her husband the sum of five shillings all the rest residue and remainder of all my effects reall and personall either in lands tenements or heredittaments of what nature or kind soever in which or unto which I now or hereafter shall have any intrest clame title or demand either in law or equety in any wise either lands of inheritance lease hould lands goods chattles or cattle togather with all and all manner of personallty all and every of which I give bequeath and devise for ever unto my son Thomas Taylor of Coppull aforesaid And I do hereby revoak all former or other will or willes by me heretofore made And lastly I do nominate ordaine and appoint my said son Thomas Taylor to be sole executor of this my last will. In witness whereof I the above named Margery Taylor have hereunto set my hand and seal this eleventh day of ffebruary In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ffifty

Sealed signed published and declared
by the said Margery Taylor testatrix
hereunto to be as and for her last will
and testament in our sight and presence
and by us attested in her sight and presence

Ralph Vaus                                                      her mark
Nathanell threlford                                        Margery Taylor
Joseph Haydock