Lincolnshire Wills ...: A.D. 1600-1617

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J. Williamson printer, 1891 - Wills
 

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Page 47 - Strong in mind, doe willingly and with a free heart render and give again into the hands of my Lord God and Creator my Spirit which he of his Fatherly goodness gave unto me when he first fashioned me in my...
Page 11 - ... and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, and, for want of such issue, to his own right heirs for ever.
Page 88 - God, and my body I commit to the earth, to be buried at the discretion of my executors hereinafter named.
Page 162 - God that gave it me, and my body to the earth from whence it came, and to be buried in decent manner by my executor and friends, in the hope of a joyful and glorious resurrection through the perfect merits and mediation of Jesus Christ, my strong Redeemer. And as concerning my outward estate, which the Lord hath still...
Page 167 - I doe make this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following : First and Principally I commit my...
Page 86 - Body to be buried at the discretion of my friends, nothing doubting, but according to the article of my faith at the great day of the general!
Page 5 - Northton sicke of bodie but of p[er]fect remembrance (thanks be to god) doe make this my last Will and Testament in manner and...
Page 2 - God and creator of my spirit which he of his Fatherly goodness gave unto me when he first fashioned me in my Mother's Wombe, making me a living and reasonable Creature, Nothing Doubting but that for his infinite...
Page xxxiv - where he was seen many times to confront Henry Clinton, Earl of Lincoln, who was a great tyrant amongst the gentry of that county, and carry business against him, as it were, in spite of his teeth," little thinking that, in a few generations, his blood and estates would centre in the family of that nobleman: and the grandson of Sir Thomas, eldest son of Sir William, losing both father and mother...
Page 172 - Plym: being sick of body but of perfect memory Doe ordaine and make this my last will and Testament in manner and forme following...

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