Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies DAWe: 79/13 DAWf: 85/13

William Marriott 1744
I William Marriott of Little Linford in the County of Bucks Do Make this my Last Will and Testament as Follows I Desire to be buried at Haversham in a Private Decent Manner According to the Discretion of My Executor hereinafter named Whereas My Brother John Marriott is Indebted to me in the Sum of Twenty Pounds I Give him My said Brother and his son William Marriott the said Twenty Pounds to be Equally divided between them I Give My Nephew Robert Marriott the Sum of Three Pounds and My Cloathes I Give My Dame lady Bluck the Sum of Five Pounds And I Give her daughter Elizabeth Sarjaunt two Pounds Ten Shillings and after Payment of My Funeral Charges if these be… .aid. I Give it to My Dame lady Bluck and I do make My Brother John Marriott Executor of this My Last Will and Do revoke all former Wills by me made In Witness hereof have Set My hand and seal the Twelfth Day of January 1743 The Mark of William Marriott Signed Sealed and Declared to be his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of Us who have at his request and in his Presence and in the Presence of Each other Subscribed our Names as Witnesses John Knapp Robert Knapp John Clarke

Proved 16th Day of April 1744 before Edmund Green Clerk Surrogate by the Oath of John Marriott Natural and Lawfull Brother and sole Executor to Whom Administration was Committed he being first Sworn to Administer