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Will of Sencippa (Draper) Clytherow Ibgrave

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  • Short Title Will of Sencippa (Draper) Clytherow Ibgrave 
    Publisher National Archives Public Record Office 
    Source ID S52 
    Text In the name of God Amen on the Tenth day of October one thousand five hundred eighty two And in the four and twentieth year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth one, I Sence Ibgrave of London widow being sick of body but sound of memory and rememberance, laud and praise be therefore given unto almighty God, Do therefore make and declare this my testament in form following:

    ITEM I give and bequeath my soul to God and my body to be buried in Christian burial at the discretion of my executors, and as touching the order and disposition of such goods, chattels, houses, lands, tenements and other things which God hath endowed me withall, I give and bequeath the same in form following:

    ITEM I bequeath to the poor people in the parish of Langley in the county of Hartford the Sum of forty shillings;

    ITEM I give to my daughter Fytton the one half of all the linen which to me belonging in my house at Langley aforesaid;

    ITEM I give to Anne Clytherow, my son Henry Clytherow's daughter, one damask tablecloth and a Doublet Torbell belonging to it; also I give Benjamin Ibgrave, and William Ibgrave, and to Christopher Clytherow to either of them a silver bowl all gilt; Also I give to Henry and Dixy Clytherow, my son Thomas Clytherow's children, to either of them three pounds six shillings eight pence; also I give and bequeath unto my son Henry Clytherow all that my messuage with all the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging, set and being at or near Paul's Wharf, wherein David Smith or his assigns now do dwelleth, to have and to hold the same messuage or tenements with the appurtenances unto the same Henry Clytherow his heirs and assigns for ever.

    The residue of all my goods, chattels and other things, I give and bequeath unto the said Thomas Clytherow and Henry Clytherow, whom I make my executors. In witness thereof, I have set my hand and seal, the day and space above written with the mark of the said Sence, Sealed and delivered by the said Sence Ibgrave as here last will and testament in the presence of me _ and _.  
    Linked to Fytton Clitheroe
    Henry Clitheroe
    Thomas Clitheroe
    Sencippa Draper
    Family: Henry Clitheroe / Sencippa Draper