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James Mort, 1855 Jun 11

This is the last will and testament of me James Mort of Tyldesley with Shakerley, Gentleman. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Margaret Mort of Tyldesley with Shakerley, Spinster, all my household goods and furniture, plate, linen, china, glass, pictures, books, wines and liquors absolutely. I also give and bequeath to my son William Mort of Southport, Doctor of Medicine all my clothes and wearing apparel. And to all my three shops and dwelling houses belonging and situate in Castle St, Tyldesley, and all that chief or ground rent of four pounds three shillings yearly issuing out of land in or near to Shuttle St in Tyldesley, and by my late son Henry Mort leased to Joseph Harwood and also all that capital messuage or dwelling situate near to Wareing St in Tyldesley and commonly called Prospect House formerly occupied by my late son Henry Mort. And also all that messuage situate in Elliot St in Tyldesley and now in my own occupation. (Long Will listing all his properties and shops) I give and bequeath one moity of equal half share unto my son the said William Mort, and the same to my daughter Margaret Mort. Set my hand and seal this first day of February eighteen hundred and fifty five, signed by James Mort

Notes added to the Will, probate issued June 11, 1855. Testator died March 2, 1855

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