William Liddiard of Eastbury - His Will

Monday, 1 March 2010 10:49 AM GMT

Contributed by: Anonymous

 William Liddiard died 29th March 1848. He was the brother of my ggg grandfather, Charles.

 William Liddiard

Will and Codicile

Testator died 29 March 1848

This is the last Will and Testament of me William liddiard of Eastbury in the County of Berks yeoman. First I direct all my just Debts to be paid. I give unto my dear Wife such Household Furniture as belonged to    her before she married I give and devise unto my Brother Charles Liddiard of Wantage in the County of Berks    Grocer and Richard Barrett of Eastbury aforesaid yeoman All my real Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of    what nature or kind soever to hold the same to them their heirs and assigns upon the Trusts following (that is    to say) Upon Trust to pay to or otherwise permit my said Wife and her assigns during her life if she shall so    long continue my Widow to receive and take the Rents and Profits thereof and from and immediately after her    decease or second marriage do and shall stand seized and possessed of my said real Estate Upon Trust to sell the    same in such manner as my said Trustees or the Survivor pf them or the Heirs or assigns of such survivor shall    trhink fit and do and shall stand possessed of the Monies to be so produced upon Trust to pay and divide the    same equally amongst such of my nephews and nieces as shall be living at the time of the decease or second    marriage of my said Wife and I will and declare that every receipt signed by my said Trustees or the survivor of    them or the Heirs Executors or administrators of such survivor shall be an effectual discharge to the person or    persons paying any monies under the trusts of this my Will and that the person or persons paying such monies    shall not afterwards be obliged to seed to the application or non application thereof and I give and bequeath    all the rest and residue of my Personal Estate and Effects whatsoever unto the said Charles Liddiard and Richard    Barrett their Executors and administrators upon Trust to convert the same such money as soon as convenient after    my decease and do and shall pay and divide the produce thereof equally between and amongst all and every my    nephews and nieces as shall be living at the time of my decease  and I appoint my said Brother Charles Liddiard    and the said Richard Barrett Executors of this my Will. In Witness whereof the said William Liddiard the    Testator have to this my last Will and Testament set my Hand and affixed my seal the Thirteenth day of February    One thousand eight hundred and twenty eight.  

Signed Sealed Published and                  William Liddiard

Declared by the said William

Liddiard the Testator as and for

his last Will and Testament in

the presence of us who in his

presence at his request and in the

presence of each other have subscribed

our names in Witness thereto  

Wm Ormond Atty Wantage

Geo S Sherwood } his Clerks

Wm Parrott            }      

This is a Codicil to the last will and Testament of me William Liddiard of Eastbury in the County of Berks    yeoman which I have just executed. I hereby declare and it is my will that in the event of my dying having issue or should my wife be ensient with    child at the time of my decease that my said will shall be void and of no effect and I hereby revoke the same in    witness whereof I have to this Codicil set my hand and seal this Thirteenth day of February One thousand eight    hundred and twenty eight.  

Signed sealed published and                 William Liddiard

declared as a Codicil to the

last will and Testament 

of the said William Liddiard by him

in his presence at his request

and in the presence of each 

other who have subscribed our

names as witnesses  

Wm Ormond

Geo S Sherwood  } his Clerks

Wm Parrott             }     

The Executors Oath was administered to Charles Liddiard of Wantage in the County of Berks Gentleman late a    Grocer and William Barrett of Eastbury aforesaid yeoman at Lambourn in the County of Berks On the fifteenth day of June 1848. They decared his estate to have a value less than £7,000.

 

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