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James Mort of Great Bolton, Gentleman 1819 Nov 1

I James Mort of Great Bolton in the county of Lancaster, gentleman do for the settling of my wordly concerns make publish and declare this to be my last will and testament in manner following. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ann Cheetham who now lives with me the sum of five pounds for her care and attention to me, and taking care of my house, and the same to be for her own use and benefit. Also I give and devise all and every my messuages, cottages and dwelling houses, lands, tenements and hereditment, household goods and furniture whatesoever and wheresover to me belonging unto my son John Mort of Great Bolton aforesaid manufacturer, my grandson James Mort of Tyldesley in the said county Shopkeeper and John Albinson of Great Bolton, aforesaid Land Surveyor their heirs, executors and Administrations and assigns for and during all my estates, sell and dispose of all my said houses, lands of Inheritance and the moneys arising to be paid and divided into seven equal parts. One seventh share to be paid unto my son Richard Mort, one seventh part to my daughter Betty Crook, the wife of Mordaci Crook, one seventh part to my said son John Mort, one seventh part to my son James Mort, one seventh part to my daughter Mary Platt the wife of James Platt, one seventh part to my said daughter Ann Cheetham, one seventh part to my daughter Martha Webster the wife of Edward Webster. And I nominate and appoint the said John Mort, James Mort and John Albinson to be Executors and Trustees of this my last will and testament set my hand and seal 18 June 1816 . He made his mark.

Notes added state that the testator died 16 Oct 1819. 1 Nov executors sworn in common form personal estate and effects under 450.

 
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