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Thomas Mort, Merchant of Sale Hall, Cheshire Mar 15, 1813

I Thomas Mort of Sale Hall, Cheshire and of King St, Manchester, Merchant being of sound and disposing mind do make this my last will and testament in manner following. Firstly I bequeath my soul to God. Secondly I give and bequeath to John Close Esquire Roger Buffar Esquire and assign over to them all my silver plate, glass, furniture, horses and carriage in trust for the following uses and purposes. To be sold by auction, any part that my dear wife may wish to possess, the money to be.. on my dear wife during her life and said manner to Jno Close Esquire Roger Buffar and the Revd John Turner of Sale Hall in trust to be disposed of in the best manner and the money invested I also give and bequeath all my property of any discription to my dear wife Sarah Wigg Mort. As witness my hand this twenty second day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eleven Thos Mort witness Duncan Menzies Jno Barnes Wm Bouterger. On the 15th day of March 1813 assigns with the will, goods and chattels of Thomas Mort late of Sale Hall in the County of Chester and of King St Manchester deceased was granted to John Close in trust first sworn by common form and Sarah Wigg Mort widow and relict.

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