Robert WHITE John WHITE Mary WHITE Robert WHITE Eleanor LOCK Herbert WHITE Richard WHITE Honor JEFFERYS Mini tree diagram

William WHITE

1759 - Jan 18282

Tiler and plasterer

Life History

1759

Born in Dorchester, Dorset

29th Oct 1759

Baptised in All Saints, Dorchester, Dorset.1

16th Feb 1817

Married Eleanor LOCK in Dorchester, St Peter.4

Married by licence with the witness Oakley.

10th Feb 1827

Wrote will in Dorchester, Dorset

Jan 1828

Died in St Peters Dorchester, Dorset.2

10th Jan 1828

Buried in All Saints, Dorchester, Dorset.3

13th Feb 1828

Probate in London, Middlesex

Notes

  • Will of Robert White

    In the name of God Amen I
    Robert White in the arish of St Peters in the Town of Dorchester in the
    County of Dorset being of sound and disposing state of mind though weak of body
    do declare this to be my last Will and Testament [revoking] all others at any
    time be me made that is to say that I give to my dear wife Mary White during her
    widowhood knowing that her present Interest in it being Copyhold at Rampressham
    in the parish of Fordington the sum of 150 per yr to be paid quarterly (the Rent to be
    appropriate for that purpose) to agree to take that sum if Rent not sufficient to
    be paid from other Copyholds which I bought lately from Mr
    Pittman I give to my brother W (kindness) my watch 21[6s] his wife 10 (mourning)
    Jno White nephew (cloathes) Eleanor Tarr 10 for mourning self husbands
    child (to W.R. Swyer 2 years interest money Servant Ann Bridle 5 for mourning
    and 5 Cash Carter  Jno White 2[6s] / William Br 1[6s] / Residual Legatee my
    daughter of age 21 to accumulate until she may
    be one and twenty (owing Swyers/ Christopher Cooper Hny Toes Executors John
    Pittman 50 pds due on money lent to Pittman at Lady day Ann White Niece
    when of of time 10 Mary Turrell 5 / Legacies in 3 months Signd 10th Jany
    1820 The mark of x Robet White Witnessed by us Porter Wallis Frances Peskett.


    Proved at London 8th June 1820 before the Judge be the oathsof Christopher
    Cooper Dr of Medicine and Henery Tooze in the will written Toes the executors
    to whom admon was granted being first sworn duly to administer.

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