Will detail

Will of Mychaell Durrant of Chichester

Date signed: Not given, Probate date: 26 Jun 1612

Mychaell Durrant of the Cittie of Chichester in the County of Sussex beinge sicke and weake on body yet of very good and pfect remembrance did the night before his decease make declare and p’nounce his last will and testament nuncupative in the ... of Richard Rich, George Lee and Anne Durrant his wife in manner and forme followinge or the like in effect. First he gave and bequeathed unto the said Anne Durrant his wife the benefitt use and p’fitt of one tenement of his in the West Streete of the Cittie of Chichester wth the garden and appurtanncs thereunto belonging lately taken of the Deane and Chapter of Chichester for by and duringe the whole terme of eight yeers from and ymediatly after his decease, and after the said terme of eight yeeres shalbe expired and determined then his mind and will was that the said ten’te garden and appurtanncs to gether wth lease thereof should come and remaine unto Michaell Durrant and William Durrant his sonnes for by and duringe all the terme thereof then to come.

(Latin) Proved 26th June 1612 before Humfry Booth by Anne the relict of the deceased &c.

Transcribed by:

Dave Woolven.

Source:

Unknown.

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