TitleWill and probate of Edward Gill of Carrhouse, in the parish of Rotherham
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Bequests to the poor of the town and parish of Rotherham. His lands and tenements in Kimberworth to his wife for life and then to his son, John Gill, for ever. The messuage he holds in Gresbrooke as mortgagee of the Earl of Strafford, to his two sons-in-law, John Morewood and Joseph Stones for the use of his wife, her heirs and assigns. To each of his sons and daughters ten pounds apiece. All his goods at Brimington Hall to his son John Gill. All the tables, ranges, huds and brewing vessels in his house at Carrhouse to remain as heirlooms and be only used by his wife. Certain lands in Staveley to his sons-in-law Morewood and Stones. 10 October, 1671.</p><p>Codicil of 28 April, 1675: his daughter Elizabeth, the wife of Morewood, having since died without children, he cancels the clause relating to her husband&apos;s rights to the Staveley property above. Proved at York: 5 February, 1677.</p>
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