WILL OF Mary Susannah KETTLE 1866
I direct the payment of my funeral expenses and the expense of proving this my will also other expenses if I have contracted any at the time of my decease. I wish not for any of my things to be sold.
All money mortgage and other property which I may have at the time of my decease I give and bequeath unto my two sisters, Sarah DYE, Farmers, Northwold and to Ann OLDMAN, Miller, Thetford in Norfolk
And they it (?) give(?) cut in it to my brother John Palmer KETTLE deceased's children James KETTLE Wheelwright, son nineteen pounds nineteen shillings also to his daughter Mary Susannah KETTLE nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and to Daniel GREEN of Methwold his children Mary Ann GREEN nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and to George GREEN nineteen pounds nineteen shillings also his son Arthur GREENnineteen pounds nineteen shillings and to Walter his son nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and his daughter Elizabeth GREEN nineteen pounds nineteen shillings
My plate, linen and wearing apparel I leave to my sister Sarah DYE Farmer, Northwold and to my sister Ann OLDMAN, Miller, Thetford in the County of Norfolk.
This is my last will and testament written by me December the fourteenth day in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty six.
(signed) Mary Susannah KETTLESigned published and declared by the said Testor (sic) Mary Susannah KETTLE as and for her last will and testament in the presence of each other have hereunto subscibed our names as witnesses
Following a statement by Cock UPTON, the executrixes of the will were authorised as Ann OLDMAN and Sarah DYE: the will was proved 15 Jun 1867, and the testatrix died on 29 May 1867