Jane Killey als Quirk 1695

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 16 June 2017
Original: 0106207

Archdeacon Will 1695A #62 German will of Jane Killey / Gill alias Quirk, died 25 March 1696:
Summary: husband Henry Killey, niece Jane Quirk, Henry Quirk's daughter, witnesses John Quirk & Christopher Cotch,
pledges: Daniel Callister & John Shimmin, also: Jane Woods entered a claim for 10s
Jurby parish register: Jane Quirk married Henry Gill on 7 May 1677 in Jurby
NOTE: In the1600s &before, the surnames Gill and Killey were sometimes used interchangeably

German This is affirmed to be ye last will & Testament of Jane Killey als Quirk who departed this life ye 25th of March 1696 being in perfect memory at ye making thereof; first she comitted her her soul to God & her body to Xtian buriall; Item she left to her neece Jane Quirk a sheep; Itm: to Henry Quirks daughter all her shaped cloathed linnen & woollen whatever Legacie. Lastly she constituted & ordained her husband Henry Killey sole Executor of all the rest of her goods moveable & unmoveable what= soever The Exr: sworn in form of Law pbatum et solvit 1s Testes John Quirk} juratus Xtopher Cotch} The Inventory taken by 4 sworn men amounts in grosse clear 1£ - 08s - 00d ffebr: ye 13th 1696 Jane Woods enters agt the Exrs: of Jane Killey als Quirk for 10s pledges according to Law Daníl Callister and Jo: Shimmin

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