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1835 will of Harriet Burrow



I Harriet Burrow of Yeovil in the County of Somerset Spinster do make this my last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say I give the sum of five pounds to Sarah Hawker the wife of Thomas Hawker laborer of Yeovil I give the further sum of One hundred and ten pounds to Daniel Gregory of Yeovil now living in the service of the Reverend Samuel Fawcett of Hollands Cottage Yeovil in the County of Somerset and all the rest and residue of my money and securities for money linen wearing apparel and all my personal Estate and Effects I give to my Sister Frances the Wife of William Pulham for her own sole use and separate use and benefit And I appoint my said sister Executrix of this my Will In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of June 1835

Harriet Burrow

as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us

Emily Batten     Edmund Mullins Clerk to Mr John Batten Solr Yeovil


On the 15th day of March 1856 (with the Will annexed) of the goods chattels and credits of Harriet Burrow late of Yeovil in the County of Somerset Spinster deceased was granted to John Batten the lawful Attorney (for the United Kingdom of Great Britain) of Frances Pulham (wife of William Pulham) the sister of the said deceased and the sole Executrix named in the said will Limited to the estate of Effects of the said deceased within the United Kingdom of Great Britain but no further or otherwise for the use and benefit of the said Frances Pulham now residing at Auckland in the Colony of New Zealand and until she shall duly apply for and obtain Probate of the said Will to be granted to her having been first sworn by Com[missi]on duly to Adm[iniste]r



Transcribed by Bob Osborn