Probate of will of John Brathwait, Sevenoaks, Kent
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Will of John Braithwait, formerly coachman to Lyonell, Duke of Dorset. He leaves all to his wife Lucy. Signed by John Braithwait. No witnesses. Below is a deposition by John [Ullock/Hullock?], 'Inholder' of parish of St. Giles in the Fields, London, Msex, and John Taylor, servant to Duke of Dorset who both know J. Braithwait who died on 1 July 1723, and declare the above statement 'found on the backside of the second leaf of a Book ... Entitled the whole Duty of Man', to be his handwriting. Signed by John Hullock and John Taylor before E. Kinaston, Surrogate, and Ed. Alexander, N.P.
- 17 Feb. 1723 (Either 1723 or 1724? Date of will: 1721)
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Purchased from G. David, Cambridge, 8 February 1923
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