Elizabeth HORNE of Wivenhoe, Widow, 1837. D/ACW 43/3/4

I Elizabeth Horne Widow
residing in the parish of Wivenhoe,
in the county of Essex, do make this
my last will and Testament.
First I commend my soul to Almighty
God and to his mercy through Jesus
Christ.  Next I desire that all my
lawful debts be paid and that my
body be decently buried and the Funeral
Expenses be defrayed out of such
Property as I may leave behind me
And lastly I will that whatever
I may die possessed of after defraying
Such debts and expenses shall
Be given to John Howling and
To Ann Howling – including as well
Both whatever money I may leave
In the savings Bank in Colchester or
Elsewhere and also my household goods
And furniture – to be for the use and
benefit of the said John and
Ann Howling – And I appoint
The said Ann Howling and Ann
Howling
daughter of the above, my
Executors to see that this my last will
Is duly performed Witness my hand
This twenty fourth day of January
In the year of our Lord – one thousand
Eight Hundred & thirty seven

Elizabeth Horne (X) her mark

Witness is – James Ind
Minister

Ann Howling

Ann Howling and Ann Howling her
Daughter the Executors within named
Were sworn to the truth of this Will and
To the true performance thereof and that
To the best of their knowledge and belief
The goods chattels and Credits of the said
Deceased do not amount to £100
Before me

Samuel Carr Surrogate

The Testratrix died
In the parish within
Mentioned on the 31 day
Of January 1837

Proved on the 7th Day of March 1837 before
The Revd Samuel Carr Clk Surrog: & by
The oaths of Ann Howling & Ann Howling
The Exors to whom Admon etc was granted
They being first sworn duly to admin

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