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Elizabeth Wigge alias Andrewes

Prerogative Court of Canterbury will made: 23rd August 1654
Probate Date: 22nd February 1654/5
Proved by John Andrewes
National Archive Catalogue reference: PROB 11/246

The original document is in the custody of the National Archives


Memorandum That Elizabeth Wigge al[ia]s Andrewes late of Layton Bussard in the Countye of Bedford widdowe deceased upon or about the xxiijth day of August in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand sixe hundred fiftye fower beinge then sicke of the sicknes whereof she dyed, made and declared her last will and Testament n[u]ncupatine, and did thereby will and bequeath as followeth or to the like effect vizt. Shee beinge asked whoe should be her Executor, said that her younger sonne John Andrewes should be her Executor, and gave him a debt of Twenty poundes due to her upon bond from one Thomas Welles of Eggynton, and Tenne poundes more due to her upon bond from John Lucey of Milton, and beinge asked where these twoe bondes were said That Henry Hill of Wooborne had them in his house And being asked howe the said John Andrewes should receive them said the said Henry would Deliver them Item she gave to her elder sonne Richard Andrewes her great brasse pott Item she gave to Anne Dudley a great kettle and her Truncke alsoe and what was in it In the presence and hearinge of credible wittnesses wittnesses hereunto The marke of Anne Clarke The marke of Elizabeth Markham

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