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Henry Slade of Aston Upthorpe - his Will - 4 Jan 1848

 Henry was my 4x Great Uncle.

 This is the last Will and Testament

of me Henry Slade of Aston Upthorpe in the County of Berks Farmer I give 
and bequeath the following legacies or sums of Sterling money and direct the same
to be paid by my Executor to the respective Legatees thereof within twelve calendar
months after my death namely to my son Frederick the sum of Six hundred pounds
with such additional sum as shall be equal to interest thereon at the rate of four
pounds per centum per annum from the day when he attained the age of twenty two
years to the time of payment of such legacy to my son Benjamin the sum of six
hundred pounds with such additional sum as shall be equal to interest thereon
the rate aforesaid from the day when he attains the age of twenty two years to the
time of payment of such legacy and to my daughter Ann Slade the sum of four
hundred pounds with such additional sum as shall be equal to interest thereon
at the rate aforesaid from the day when she attains the age of twenty two years
to the time of payment of such legacy I give to my said daughter Ann all the
household goods and furniture in the Bedroom which she usually occupies and
I give all the residue of my household goods and furniture plate linen china books
fixtures in my dwelling house brewing utensils and other household effects and
wearing apparel unto my sons Frederick and Benjamin equally and i give and
bequeath All my live and dead farming stock growing crops money securities for
money and All the Rest and Residue of my Personal Estate and Afects
whatsoever and wheresoever and of whatever kind not hereinbefore otherwise
disposed of unto my brother in law Mr Daniel Lousley of Blewberry in the
County of Berks But nevertheless Upon trust as soon as conveniently may be
after my decease and in such way or manner as he shall think expedient to
sell get in and convert into money all the said residuary  estate and effects
and thereout to pay my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses to
and all expenses attending such sale getting in and conversion into money
as aforesaid and after payment of all such debts  and funeral testamentary
and other expenses and the several pecuniary legacies aforesaid Upon trust
to pay and divide the net surplus of such residuary personal estate or effects
money arising therefrom unto and among my daughter Charlotte the Wife
of Mr John Woodroffe Workman my Son Henry Slade and said sons and
daughters Frederick Benjamin and Ann Slade in equal shares for their own
 
respective use and benefit And i do hereby appoint the said Daniel Lousley sole
executor of this my Will in trust for the several purposes aforesaid and hereby
revoking all former and other Wills by me heretofore made I declare this to be my
only last Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my
name this fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight
hundred and forty eight Henry Slade The above written Will was signed by
the said Testator Henry Slade at the foot or end thereof in the presence of each
other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Mary Boham
Joseph Lousley
 
Proved at london 16th November 1849 before the Judge by the Oath of
Samuel Lousley the Sole Executor to whom Admon was granted having been
first sworn by Commission duly to administer.
 
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