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The last Will and Testament of
Ann Yeomans
12th Jan 1832

Beginning of the Will of Ann YeomansThis is the last Will and testament of me Ann Yeomans, Spinster, now residing at Desborough in the County of Northampton, formerly and for many years Servant in the family of His Grace the Duke of Grafton at Clargos Street, Piccadilly, London.

I give and bequeath all my Estate, property, chattels and effects of what nature or kind soever unto my brother John Yeomans of Desborough aforesaid, laborer, whom I hereby constitute and appoint sole Executor of this my Will, as witness my hand this 12th day of January 1832    Ann Yeomans   signed and delivered in the presence of us Thos West  Stock Exchange London, John West  Little Bowden Northamptonshire, E West 29 Fleet Street London.


Proved at London 2nd May 1832 before the Judge, by the Oath of John Yeomans, the Brother, the sole Executor, to whom Administration was granted having been first sworn by Comon duly to administer.


The original will has no punctuation or separate paragraphs. As this makes it hard to read I have inserted some punctuation and broken the text into separate clauses.

"[?]" following a word means that the word on the original document is unclear and the transcription may be incorrect.

" [???] " means that a whole word was illegible and could not be guessed at.

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