Will detail

Will of John Langrish of Donnington

Date signed: 14 Jan 1627, Probate date: 01 Feb 1628

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN this fourteenth day of January Anno Domini 1627 I JOHN LANGRISH of the Parish of Donnington in the County of Sussex being sick in body but of perfect mind and remembrance God be thanked do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following FIRST I commend and commit my soul into the hands of God my creator redeemer and sanctifier and my body unto Christian burial ITEM I give unto the Cathedral church of Chichester iid ITEM I give unto the poor of the Parish of Donnington -----s ------p ITEM to the poor of the Parish of Lavant? XXs ITEM to the poor of the Parish of Westbourne XXs to be paid within four months after my decease by my executrix hereafter named ITEM I give unto my daughter MARIE LANGRISH the sum of fifty pounds of good and lawful money of England to be paid unto my said daughter MARIE when she shall accomplish and come to the age of eighteen years or the day of marriage which shall first happen ITEM I do give unto my daughter ELIZABETH LANGRISH the like sum of fifty pounds in like manner ITEM I do give unto ANNIE ------- of the Parish of Funtington my natural sister our house with the appurtenances thereunto belonging lying or situate in Lavant? In the county of -------- now in the tenure or occupation of one BENJAMIN GODFRIE ITEM I do give unto my four brothers ROBERT LANGRISH, RICHARD LANGRISH, WILLIAM LANGRISH and THOMAS LANGRISH XXs apiece ALL the rest of my goods and chattels my debts and legacies paid and discharged and my funeral rites expended and ------- I give unto MARIE LANGRISH my loving wife whom I make and appoint my sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament And hereof I pray to my overseers JOHN WOODYER of the Parish of ----------- and JOHN HARRIS of the Parish of Donnington my loving friends In Witness whereof the said JOHN LANGRISH have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written JOHN LANGRISH signed and sealed in the presence of us JOHN WOODYER and JOHN HARRIS and THOMAS HARRISON

Transcribed by:

Steven Langridge.



This will also mentions these parishes:

East Lavant.

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