|Submitted by:||Joyce M Oates|
|Date:||27 November 2017|
Archdeacon Will 1670A #100 Bride, of Marriad Trapp or Trape alias Killey: Summary: dau Ann, dau Mally, dau Christian, dau Catharine Trappe, brother Edmund Killey See: ArWills 1630 Lezayre presentment: p Eccla St: Trinitatis in Le are quinto die mense february 1629: fornic: Gilbt: Trape cum Mariat Gell prgnans is marid [that is, they married] NOTE: The Old Typed Index indicates she is Marriad Killey; the film copy is folded over at her name, so that only 'Mar' is readable.
KK Brye This is affirmed to be ye will & testament of Marriad Killey (formerly in KK Bryde) first commited her soule to God & her body to Christian buryall; It: Shee bequeathed 3s for her funerall; It: shee bequeathed to her daughter Anne one blanket, some woollen & hurghan yarne & a tub & 2 yards of linnen cloath; It: shee bequeathed to her daughter Mally a coate & weskott, 4 kloues & 3 hanks of hempt yarne; It: to her daugr Christian her bedd cloathes as they were & a sheete of linnen cloath, & allso a charchife & a muffler; It: her daugr Ann allso a carchiffe & a muffler & a chist yt shee delivered to her before ys; It: she constituted, appointd & ordaine her daugr Catherin Trappe execur of all the rest of her goods moveable & unmoveable, except 6d to Jo: Christian & 6d to Donll: Curlett; It: shee left to her brother Edmond a yard & halfe of cloath Testes: Joh: Christin The execr sworne in form of law Donll: Curlett pbatum et solvit 6d 14 dayes to bring in an Invent: The Invent: 5s - 6d In ye execrcustody, who is at lawfull yeeres & hath given pledges secunda forman legis Christopr Joughin
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