The Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies DAWf: 46/93

John Parratt 1670

In ye name of god Amen I John Parratt being of perfect memory but very ill in body doe make this my will and testament and I bequeath my soule into the hands of him that gave it mee and my body to ye Church or Churchyard to be buryed
Imp I give to my daughter Elizabeth Parratt on hundred pounds to be paid within three months after my decease and I give to Elizabeth Parratt aforesaid the table and ye frame that standeth and foure joyne stooles that stand in ye parlor a presse Caboarb that standeth in ye house
Imp I bequeath unto my daughter Anne Nickols ye house that shee lives in with ye Commons their unto belonging and I give unto Anne Nickols twenty shillings to be paid within three monthes after my decease
Itm I give unto my daughter Katherine Parratt foure scor pounds to be paid when shee comes to ye age of eighteene years if shee attained if not to ye sisters Elizabeth and Anne ye my daughter[.] forty pounds a peice
I bequeath unto my Sonne John Parratt on halfe of my reall estate and my wife ye other halfe of my reall estate for her naturall life
I bequeath unto my wife ye rest of my goods and Chattels and John Parratt my sonne between them to be equaly divided betwixt them
A I make my wife and my son John Parratt sole exetors of all my personall estate to pay all legacyes and debts whatsoever I make Christopher Ellis and Richard Ellis Overseers of this my last will and testament dated this 29 day of October 1669
ye marke of John Parratt seinor

Sealed and delivered in ye presence of
Chris: Ellis
Richard Ellis

ye marke of Willm Wilkocks

Probate 20 April 1670