Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Endorsed by an early hand and supplemented by Masters: "The Deane of West' testament. Mr Benson 10 Sept. 3 Edw. 6, who was formerly possessed of the Houses in Longditch West' now belonging to the College, which was of no other use than to make out the Title.'
Copy for E. Wayman
Attested copy of probate copy of will, made 31 Aug. 1834, and codicils of 22 Aug. 1835 and 7 Sept. 1835., 1840-06-10
Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Attested copy of will made 13 Jan. 1721/2, proved in the Consistory Court of Ely, 24 Feb. 1721/2; attested by Charles Greene, Register., 1743-05-17
Recites 68-72 above.
Clauses from his will, dated 30 July 1782, bequeathing some of his Landbeach property to his daughter Catherine Taylor, and some to his daughter Ann Taylor., 1782-07-30 - 1785-04-12
No note of presentation.
Testator died 22 January 1877.
The probate not included.
Copy of extract from his will dated 15 June 1793 bequeathing all his freehold, copyhold and customary, messuages, lands, etc., in Landbeach and elsewhere to John Headly., 1793-06-15 - 1793-08-12
No. 1 not used. No. 116 relates to Swaffham; No. 178 is now 207A
Also included are holdings in the nearby parishes of Milton (Middleton), Cottenham (Cotenham), Impington (Impiton or Empiton), and elsewhere
Copy of extract from will dated 8 February 1876, proved at the Principal Registry, 29 December 1876., 1877-09-28
Testator died 18 September 1876.
Copy of extract from will, proved PCC, 9 February 1815, appointing his son John his sole executor., 1815
Copy of her will dated 8 Apr. 1789 bequeathingher copyhold messuage and lands (described) to her husband James., 1789-04-08 - 1793-09-04
Note of presentation and verdict, 4 Sept. 1793.
Including bequest to Guy Gascon/Gascoigne.
Copy of last will and testament leaving the messuage and all his other goods to his wife, Elizabeth., 1840-01-09
With probate certificate, 26 Jan. 1841, from Archdeaconry of Dorset. Testator died 2 Jan. 1841.
Testator died 21 June 1858.
He leaves his lands to his wife [Ebarillah] for her lifetime and then to Joseph Grimson.
Part of manor of Elmington and all his land there bequeathed to Nicholas Pedley of Huntingdon, esq., brother-in-law Robert Allen, and Robert Elton of Whaddon in trust; the estate to be sold and profits disposed of as specified, including £2,800 to his daughter, Honor, on coming of age or marriage.
Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and in Chancery.
Detailed bequests to the nine children of Robert Nutting of Waterbeach, including booths and booth-timber at Stourbridge with the timber house belonging to them, a manor in Impington which he holds of Christ's College. The lease from CCCC he leaves to Robert Nutting junior. See 200a-1.
Endorsed, inter alia: 'Miscell. Papers of no importance'.
The testator bequeathes his house to his wife Margaret and then to his son William whom he also names as his executors. As his son's will was probated on 13 Feb. 1482/3 the younger William Kent must have died between these two dates.
Note of probate by the Official of the Archdeacon of Ely on 30 June 1484
The testator leaves lands in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire (Haverhill, Withersfield, Clemsford, Cavendish, Somerton, Hawkedon, Boxted; Shudy Camps, Castle Camps, Harston, Newton and Foxton) to the children of his deceased brother John, and to his two reputed sons and two reputed daughters.
Notes at foot on production of the will and the examinations of Mrs Rachel Croson, alias Stephens, and Mrs Joan Booth in the case of Alice Margetson (widow) and others v. James Margetson in 1692.