TitleCopy of the will of John Wood of Norton, clerk
DescriptionHe bequeaths his capital messuage in Norton (except some specified rooms which his wife Mary is to have for her life) to his son Samuel on reaching the age of 21, and until then his wife to have the profits.

£100 to be paid to his son Edward and £50 each to his daughters Mary, Sarah, Rebecca, and Susanna within a year of his wife's decease.

An annuity of £10 to his daughter Elizabeth.

His property at Coal Aston to his son, Edward on reaching the age of 21.

Marriage portions for his daughters to be raised partly from the sale of a messuage in Cambridge known as the Sign of the Sun.

Various small legacies to relatives and friends.

All his personal estate to be equally divided between his wife and his four daughters Mary, Sarah, Rebecca, and Susanna.

His wife to be executrix with the help of his brothers Edward Wood of Chesterfield and Edmund Ferne of Bonsall.
Date16 Apr 1690
Extent1 item
RelatedMaterialSee abstract OD/1581.
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