Thomas Craine 1672

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 9 April 2018
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1672A #13 German will of Thomas Craine of Holm town / Peel, died 27 November 1672: 
Summary:  wife is alive but dead by May 1679; children: son Hugh & dau Alice Craine (she received her legacy in 1679), 
witnesses: John Woods clerk & Jane Callister, pledges: Mungo Hartley & William Christian
?will of father: ArW 1650A #09 German will of William Craine, has a mill & a farm: 2nd wife Margaret Stevenson, eldest son Hugh, son William (mother is dead), son 
John (mother is dead), son Thomas, dau Margaret, witnesses: William Cosnahan & Thomas Craine, pledges: Robert Craine, also: Isabel Christian entered a claim for £15 
?will of brother:  ArW 1677A #018 German will of Hugh Craine, dated 26 June 1677: wife is alive, dau Ann, dau Match/Madge/Margaret, son John, brother William, 
witnesses: Thomas Watterson & Gilbert Kermode & William Craine, pledges: Richard Crellin & Radcliffe Taubman
?brother: German parish register: xxxx Crain buried 29 March 1676

German the 14th of feb: 72 The last will and testament of Tho: Crayne who departed this life the 27th of November 1672, first he bequeathed his soule to God and his body to Christian buriell, It: he constituted and ordained his children viz Hugh and Alice Crayne his true and lawfull exec: of all his goods moveable and unmoveable, It: to the wife a blankett testes John Woods clerke The execr: sworne in forme of law Jane Callister jurati pbatum et solvit 6d The invent of the goods of Tho: Crayne priced by Pat: Gell Charles Kerron William Christine Randle Currey beinge sworne It: one blankett halfe a fledge som smale vessells ....... 13s 0d The goods in the execr custody & hath given pledges in forme of law Mungo Hartley & Will Xstin [next page] May the --th 1679 Know all men by thees presents that I Alice Crayne of hollomme towne doth acknowledge and confesse to be fully satisfied contented and payd from my brother Hugh Craine for all manner of goods due to me by the death of my father and mother soe that I quite my said brother for ever hereafter, not trouble him nor any other in his behalfe as witnesse my land witnesses Alice Crayne her mark X John Woods Richard Gell

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