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WILL OF THOMAS CRICKMAY 1735

Transcribed by Mark Watson to whom many thanks

Spelling and capitals as in the transcription, but for ease of reading, paragraphs and punctuation have been inserted

Summary of the Will of Thomas Crickmere of Palgrave, Suffolk, Farmer

Thomas wishes to be buried in Palgrave

To Mary my wife, the cow going by the name of the haffer cow and the fat cow.

I desire the 10 due to me from my Brother Robert Crickmer to be paid to Samuel Notley of Palgrave with the lawful interest.

1 2s. due to me from John Alldiss of Hoxne to my wife.

20 or whatsoever due to me at my little farm in Hoxne aforesaid to my wife.

I give the balance of the amounts between my brother, John Crickmore and I to my wife.

To my wife all furniture, implements of husbandry etc., except the plow which I give to my brother John Crickmore, and the old cow and my wearing apparel.

I give to my wife all the moneys due me from William Wolton of Hoxne and the moneys due to me from my brother John.

Mary my wife sole executrix, 27th January 1735.

Signed

Thomas Crickmere

W. Pamplin.
John Crickmere, his mark.
Eliza Inby her mark.

Proved by Mary Crickmere, widow, 13th March, 1736.

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