Will of William Squire of Shefford, Bedfordshire
Scope and Contents
He bequeaths to his wife Sarah Squire a certain sum and certain household goods; to his son John Squire certain tools and his horse and cart; to his granddaughter Charlotte Squire a certain sum; the residue of his personal property to be divided between Sarah Willows wife of Charles Willows of Shefford, the children of his daughter Elizabeth Squire, deceased, wife of William Squire of Campton, his daughter Catherine Squire and his son John Squire. He appoints the Reverend Edmond Williamson of Campton executor. Witnesses: George King, attorney at Law, Potton, Thomas Barber, Innholder, Shefford. Certificate of Probate is attached. Enclosed are a series of discharge of legacy forms with receipts signed by the various legatees, dating 13 April 1820 - 26 October 1827.
- 13 May 1818 (Date of Certificate of Probate: 26 November 1819)
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Presented by Mrs Charles Williamson of Kempton, Bedfordshire, 20 April 1915
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