Will detail

Will of Catherine Lutman of South Stoke

Date signed: 07 Oct 1835, Probate date: 08 Jul 1842

This is the last Will and Testament of me Catherine Lutman of Offham in the Parish of South Stoke in the County of Sussex Widow of Lieutenant William Lutman of the Royal Navy I give devise and bequeath all and every of my estates ffreehold leasehold Copyhold real and Personal all my Household furniture goods plate linen and money unto my loving daughter Ann Maria Seward Lutman for her sole use but if she should be without issue I then bequeath the above named Property to be equally divided between my four sisters and Charles Lasseter my nephew only son of my deceased sister Mary Ann late Wife of Charles Lasseter Watch Maker of Steyning in Sussex viz. To Charles Lasseter as aforesaid one part to my sister Elizabeth Wife of Thomas Woodward of Moor Mill near St Albans Herts one part To my sister Jane Widow of Moses Kenney one part To my sister Sarah Widow of Joseph Hatfield one part To my sister Susanna Widow of John Seward one part and I desire that if a favourable opportunity should offer for disposing of any of the above named property during the lifetime of my Ann Maria Seward Lutman the Executors hereafter named have full power and authority with the consent of my Daughter aforesaid to dispose of the said estates together with the house furniture Etc. Etc. And I hereby authorise and appoint Thomas Woodward of Moor Mill near St Albans Herts Miller and Charles Seward of Tun... Godalming Surry Captn in the Royal Navy to be the Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former Wills In Witness whereof I the within named Testatrix Catherine Lutman have to this my last Will and Testament this seventh day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five and in the fifth Year of the Reign of His Majesty William the ffourth King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland _ Catherine Lutman

(Attestation Clause)

Sarah Lasseter _ George Grant _ Mary Elizabeth Mellish

Proved at London 8 July 1842

PCC Prob11/1965

Transcribed by:

Ros Dunning.



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