Philip Crenilt 1677

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 21 August 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1677A #070 Ballaugh will of Philip Crenilt, died 13 February 1677/8: 
Summary:  wife Elizabeth / Bessy Parr (died a few days before Philip, see her will decree 1677A #071 Ballaugh), 
children: eldest dau Ann, youngest dau Isabel, also daus Margaret & Catharine Crenilt;  sister Elizabeth/Bessy 
Crenilt, brother in law William Corlett; paternal uncle of wife is Sir Thomas Parr, maternal uncle of wife is Ewan 
Kewn;  witnesses: Thomas Cowley & William Boddaugh; sister xxxx Corlett als Crenilt (married to William Corlett)

Ballaugh The last will & testament of Phill: Crenilt wh--------[torn] life the 13th feb 1677 first he comitted his soule to god & his bodie to Chris-----[torn] It: he left for to he bestowed at his funerall 1s 2d It: he left his part of the lands for eight yeares to -----[torn] his youngest child vid Isable Crenilt & then to returne -----[torn] eldest daughter Ann at the expiration of the abovesd yea-----[torn] & shee to enioy it as a bequest or legsie & if she d-----[torn] it to desend to the next sister & if shee die before y-----[torn] then it to descend to the next sister againe, & soe from one to one & then to the next of kin It: he constituted & ordained his two daughters vid Margrett & Catherin Crenilt his lawfull executors of all the rest of his goods moveable & un- moveable Testes: Wm: Bodough } Tho: Cowley } jurati the above deceadent de clared & acknowledg these paup et nihil habet depts due from It: to Margrett Carrett ................... 00 - 10 - 00 It: to Joh: Carrett ....................... 00 - 04 - 00 It: to Emie Corkan ........................ 00 - 03 - 00 It: to Joh: Corkan ........................ 00 - 01 - 00 It: to Bessie Crenilt ..................... 00 - 03 - 00 It: to Joh: Coraige ....................... 00 - 02 - 06 It: to Don: Teere[?]....................... 00 - 00 - 08 It: to Tho:Cowley ......................... 00 - 01 - 06 It: to Catherin Corlett ................... 00 - 01 - 01 It: to Jony Cowley ........................ 00 - 00 - 06 It: to Jony Craine ........................ 00 - 01 - 05 It: he acknowledged that he had from Wm: Bodough thirtie shillings that he the sd Wm Bodough had a persell of land in pwane of it & he to keep it until would gett his one And also that Pattr: Brew had a persell of land likewise & he to keep it untill he would gett his one [next page] [torn]------ ------ ----- Crenilt ----- [torn]------ --- 4 sworne men vidz: Tho: Clark [torn]------ ---o----- Joh: Corlett Tho: Mcylvorey [torn]---- followeth £ s d It: 2 partes of a cow prayed ................................. 00 - 06 - 08 It: 2 partes of a maire ...................................... 00 - 06 - 00 It: 2 partes of a colt ....................................... 00 - 07 - 0---[fold] It: leinin & flax & yorne & woole ............................ 00 - 09 - 0---[fold] It: a chist & barrells & threen vessells a pott girdle & other trifling things ................................ 00 - 06 - 0---[fold] It: a sheep & a hog .......................................... 00 - 02 - ---[fold] It: a white blankett & his one wereing close ................. 00 - 06 - 0---[fold] It: dj a wheele & halfe a spade & bed close & shoes & salt ... 00 - 03 - ---[fold] A smale quantaty of corn priced to 6s is allowed for the mantainance of ye Children being four and very smale & wthout fathr or mothr Novr: ye 1st 78 Willm Bodaugh entrs his claim agt yt Execrs: of Philip Crenilt & ye Admrs: of his wife for ye sum of 3 sterl: wch he gave ye sd Philip in mortgage of a peic of and as will be made to appear & craveth satisfac:

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