RefNoOD/723, 724
TitleOriginal will and copy of the will of Richard Bagshaw of the Oakes
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>To his wife £2,000, such of his coaches, horses etc., as she shall make choice of, all such jewellery, plate, linen, etc., as were no part of the possessions of his ancestors; also the use of the Oakes as long as she shall choose to dwell there and an annuity of £500. £100 each to his sisters Elizabeth Bagshaw and Mary Haworth; to his niece Ellen Chambers £500. Legacies to servants. `As the brotherly love and affection which so happily unites my Brothers William &amp; John&apos; makes a division of the property between them unnecessary, he leaves all the rest and residue of the estate to William, who is executor.</p>
Date25 Nov 1771
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