TitleWill of Thomas Stones of Mosbrough
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>He refers to the settlement made at his marriage and a subsequent fine concerning his wife&apos;s jointure and provision for his younger children. They are to be paid that part of the £2,000 still owing at his death &quot;except that part of it lost by Mr. Gill which I hope he himself will remember to repay&quot;. To his wife the burreau in the parlour chamber with her jewels, silver, etc., and (by a Codicil) &quot;her own worked bed and quilt&quot;. 50s a year to the School at Mosbrough and £50 to the Minister at Eckington.</p><p>Codicil of same day.</p>
Date6 Nov 1731
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