Christian Taylor alias Watterson 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 12 January 2018
Original: 0106202

Episcopal Will 1670E #040 Rushen, of Christian Taylor alias Watterson, died 4 April 1670: 
Summary: Husband John Taylor died 29 March 1669/70 (she died before him), dau Ann (of age by 1706), 
son Henry, siblings: William & John & Thomas Watterson, brother in law William Taylor
will of husband: EpWill 1670E #041 Rushen, of John Taylor, of Lingague, died 29 March 1670 intestate: 
son Ann, dau Henry Taylor, wife Christian Watterson is dead, brother William Taylor
will of son: EpWill 1670E #045 Rushen, of John Taylor, infant of Lingague, died 24 March 1669/70, buried 5 April 1670: sister Ann, brother Henry

Trinitye Rushen March 28th 1670 The last will & testamt: of Xtian Taylor who beinge in perfect memory comitted her soule to Gd: & her body to Xtian buriall, She left to her husband 1 younge horse, to the minister 1 sheepe & wn the debts were pd: she left the rest to her children, & nomi= nated them executors Wm Watterson is sworne supvisor in Cort, & John and Tho: Watterson are to be sworn wittnesses Wm Cluage } pbatum est et solvit vjd Rich: Thompson } jurati Feb: 1st, 1705: Anne Taylor one of the Admrs owse to be pd: 2s = 9 1/2d being her part of the below Inventories. Anne Taylor's mark X The Inventory of Xtian Taylor praized by 4 sworne vizt: Tho: Read, Wm: Shurlogue, Wm Costeene & Hen: Watterson, April 7th 1670 the whole is ..................01£ - 10s - 4d - ob debts to be deducted } wth buriall moneys & } 0 - 17 - 9d - 00 Sumners fees ....... } The good in ye hands of Wm Taylor who hath given pledges according to law Hen: Cotteare & Wm Costen and for ye wives Inv: also, being ye next above The Inventory of Jo: Taylor (who dyed Intested) & praized by the same men is .......... 01£ - 10s - 4d - ob

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