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Henry Cundell of Soho - his Will - 1821

Henry Cundell was my first cousin 7x removed. Henry was a musician and composer. More about him can be seen here.

 This is the Last Will and Testament of me

Henry Condell of Frith Street Soho in the Parish of St Anne and in the County
of Middlesex late of St Albans Street Pall Mall and of what which latter
place I am described in the Bank of England Book Long annuities First I give
In Trust unto my Nephew Edward Long of Limehouse and my Nephew
William Long of the Bank of England all my funded property I may be possessed of
for the purposes hereinafter mentioned that is to say that they as soon as may be
after my decease pay or cause to be paid all my just debts the proving of this my
will and my funeral expenses the funeral to be as plain and private as possible
I then direct my Trustees heretofore mentioned to pay or cause to be paid unto my
best of Friends Sophia Varle of Frith Street Soho the annual Sum of Thirty
pounds during her natural life half yearly the first payment to be made as soon
as may be after my decease I then give and bequeath unto Caroline Sherwood
now living with the aforesaid Sophia Varle the Sum of nineteen pounds nineteen
shillings I give and bequeath unto my nephew Edward Long of Limehouse the
like Sum on Nineteen pounds nineteen shillings together with my Gold Watch
Seals Chain thereunto belonging I give and bequeath unto my Nephew
William Long of the Bank of England the like Sum of nineteen pounds nineteen
shillings together with my Silver Jubilee Cup I give and bequeath unto my
Nephew Henry Long of the Bank of England the like Sum of Nineteen pounds
Nineteen shillings together with my Gold Prize Modal? I give and bequeath unto
the aforesaid Sophia Varle who is to enjoy during her natural life Thirty pounds
per annum my Diamond Ring I give and bequeath unto my Niece Elizabeth
Long the like Sum of nineteen pounds nineteen shillings together with my Silver
watch To my Niece Elizabeth Long I likewise give the amount of my Ground
Rents in New James Street Oxford Road amounting to Twenty nine pounds pr 
annum during the Term they have to run Likewise I give to my Niece Elizabeth
Long the Lease of Battersea house together with what furniture pictures Linen
Wardrobe Musical Instruments Manuscript Music of my own Composition books
of every description I may die possessed of either in Battersea house or in Frith
Street to be by her disposed of as she shall think best The residue of what may
remain of my Funded Property after the annuity of Thirty pounds is deducted for
Sophia Varle I direct my Trustees to pay unto my said Niece Elizabeth Long and
at the decease of the above named Sophia Varle I direct my Trustees to sell all
the Stock in the Long annuities and invest the produce in the three pr cent Console
The dividends of which I direct them to pay unto my Niece Elizabeth Long
during her natural life and at her decease The Stock to be equally divided
 
between my Nephews who may at that time be living share and share alike
But should none of them be living Then I direct that what Property may be
found at that period may be equally divided between the then living Sons
of my late Nephew John Long Children of the Widow Elizabeth Long of
Beaufort Row Chelsea in the County of Middlesex and I hereby appoint and
nominate the aforesaid Edward Long of Limehouse and William Long
of the Bank of England Executors of this my last Will and Testament April 5th 1821
Henry Condell 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 as witnesses hereto William Shield Mary Huntrods
 
Proved at London 31st July 1824 before the Worshipful Charles Coote dr
of Law and Surrogate by the oaths of Edward Long and William Long the
Nephews the Executors to who admon was granted being first sworn duly.
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