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Edward Hazell of Wantage - his Will - 15 july 1803

Another Hazell from Wantage, but I don't know how he fits into my tree. There was an Edward Hazell buried in Wantage in 1806 aged 40. I Edward Hazell of
Wantage in the County of Berks do make this my
last Will and Testament as follows To my brother
William Hazell I Give the Sum of Twenty Pounds
To my Sister Ann Hazell the Sum of Ten Pounds
per annm so long as she continues unmarried to
be paid from my personals and I do appoint
Brother David Sole Executor and do give him
property wheresoever it may be found Dated this
15th Day of July 1803 Edward Hazell in Witness
Caron Parker - Robert Hogarth

This Will was Proved at London
the thirtieth day of October in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and six before
the Worshipful Charles Cooke Doctor of Laws and
Surrogate of The Right Honorable Sir William
Wynne Knight Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or
Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
lawfully constituted by the oath of David Hazell
the Brother of the deceased and the Sole
Executor named in the said Will to whom
Admon was granted of all and singular the
Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased
having been first sworn duly to administer.
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