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Will of William Morcott
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In the name of God Amen The Twentie seaventh day of November in the yeare of our Lord God 1684 I William Morcot of Hanslopp being Sick and weake in body but of good understanding thanks be to God for it doe now at this time make my Last will and testament Revoaking and annulling all other will and wills and this to be my true will and testament
First I bequeath my Soule to God that gave it and my body to the earth trusting in the meritorious death and passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to have full pardon and Remition for all my Sins past present and to come and now for my worldly good which God hath bin pleased to give me I do dispose of it in manner and forme following
This house whih I now live in it being my wifes Joynter I give and bequeath the on halfe of the premises after my wifes decease to my Son Usabe Morcot and his hears for ever and my Son William Morcott doth acknowledge and declare before us that are witneses that he is willing therunto
And I doe nominat and apoint my Loving wife Kathren Marcott to be my Sole and wholl Executor and shee to pay all my lawfull debts and my funerall Charges whar to I set my hand and seale The marke of William Morcott Sealed and Signed in the presence of use The marke of Mary Price The marke of John Clarke John Lee
Proved the 14th day May 1685
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