Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies DAWf: 42/56
William Godderd 1662
The last will and Testament nuncupative of William Godderd the younger late of Haversham in the County of Bucks yeoman deceased published and declared A little before his death vizt the twenty day of March Anno Dim 1660

The said William Godderd beinge of perfect remembrance did expresse and declare that Dorothy Godderd his sister should have all his wearinge apparel his gould ringe his Colt his burdinge peece his pistoll his hanger his Trunck and his three silver spoones And he did also expresse and declare that then his sisters Dorothy Godderd Alice Godderd and Ann Godderd should have all the rest of his estate equally betwixt them. And appointed that William Godderd his ffather should see his said will performed In wittnes whereof wee have hereunto subscribed our names

the makes of
Symon Lacke
the mark of
Goodeth Glover

Probate 29 April 1662

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