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George Mort of Huyton, Gentleman 1775 Sept 14

This is the last will and testament of me George Mort of Huyton in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman I bequeath unto my loving wife Margaret the use of all the household furniture, plate, linen and china now being in the house where I dwell for and during the term of her natural life, and I also give and bequeath unto my said wife my two wheeled chaise and the mare which I generally drive, and wheras my brother in law Thomas Thompson and his partner William Atherton now stand justley indebted unto me by virtue of their bond in a very considerable sum of money. I give devise and bequeath my seat or pew situate in St Thomas Church in Liverpool togetherwith all my houeshold goods and furniture now being in my brother in law Thomas Thompsons dwelling house in Liverpool. And I likewise give, devise and bequeath my two dwelling houses situated in Liverpool, the one in Pool Lane lately occupied by John Leverton and the other on the north side of the Old Dock in the occupation of John Fearon unto my sister Ann Mort for and during the term of her natural life. Upon the respective deaths of my wife and my sister Ann to be taken over by my brother in law Thomas Thompson for and during his natural life and after his demise between the children of Thomas Thompson. I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my said wife and Samuel Livesley of Liverpool, Bricklayer, Executrix and Executor Signed Aug 18, 1775. Sworn in Common form Sept 8, 1775. proved Sep 14, 1775

 
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