Thomas NEIL of Great Totham, Bachelor, 1717 D/ACW 25/27

Which day appeared personally Mary Cheasbrough wife of John
Cheasebrough of the parish of wivenhoe in the County of Essex
And being sworne upon the Holy Evangelist did depose that
Thomas Neil of the parish of Great Totham in the County of
Essex Bachelor, did on or about the tenth day od December last
Past, com[e] into the house of this Desponents Husband, at the
Signe of the Woolpack and Key in the parish of Wivenhoe
Aforesaid and being sick of the sickness whereof he soon
After dyed and having a mind to make his last Will and
Testament nuncupative or by word of mouth did utter and
speake the following words or to the some effect following
Vizt If I dye I desire that Mr Bell of Witham in the County
of Essex and my brother if liveing should take what I have
and paying my Debts and funerall Charges should enjoy the
remainder divideing it equally between themselves
Witness my hand

[Probate clause in Latin]
Ro[ber]t Middleton Sur[rogate]

Which day appeared personally John Cheesborough and being
Sworne upon the Holy Evangelist did depose that Thomas Neil
Of the parish of Great Totham in the County of Essex Bachelor did
On or about the tenth day of December, come into this deponents
House at the signe of the Woolpack and Key in the parish
of Wivenhoe in the County of Essex, and being sick of the
sickness whereof he soon after dyed and having a mind to
make to his last will and Testament nuncupative or by word
of mouth did utter and speake the following words or to the
same effect following vizt, if I dye I desire that Mr Bell of
Witham in the County of Essex and my brother, (if living)
Should take what I have and paying my Debts and funeral
Charges, should enjoy the remainder, dividing it equally between
Themselves

John Cheasbrough

[Probate Clause in Latin]

Ro[ber]t Middleton Sur[rogate]
Which day appeared personally Anne Waythorne of the parish of
Wivenhoe in the Couty of Essex Spinster and being sworne upon the
Holy Evangelist did depose that Thomas Neil of the parish of Great
Totham in the County of Essex Bachelor de[ceas]dA [de?] did on or about the
tenth day of December last come into the house of John
Cheasseborough
at the signe of the Woolpack and Key in the parish
of Wivenhoe aforesaid and being sick of the sickness whereof
he soon after dyed and having a mind to make to his last Will
and Testament nuncupative or by word of mouth did utter and
say as follows or words to the effect following vizt if I dye I
desire that Mr Bell of Witham in the County of Essex and my
brother, (if living) Should take what I have and paying my
Debts, and funeral Charges should enjoy the remainder, dividing
it equally between themselves, witness my hand

Anne Waythorne (X)

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