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Lichfield B/C/11 1813 November 4

Martin Billing, Birmingham

This is the last Will and Testament of me Martin Billing of Bradford street in the liberty of Bordesley in the parish of Aston near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Yeoman I give & devise my undivided moiety of messuages gardens and land situated at Camphill in the said liberty of Bordesley in the occupation of Samuel Chambers Widow Bayley George Jackson and Joseph Rubery and all other may real estate not sold to xxxx William Thompson unto my children Susannah, Joseph, Sarah, Eliza, and Martin Billing their heirs and assigns xxxx xxxx xxxx

I direct my said Executors and the survivor of them to xxxx and apply the rents and profits of the said xxxx or accruing xxxx accordingly And as to my Good xxxx and personal Estate after and subject to the payment of my debts Funeral Expenses and the Expenses of the probate and Execution of this my will I give and bequeath thxxxx and every part thereof unto my wife Charlotte Billing her Executors and Administrators And I do hereby nominate and appoint my Brother Jonathan Billing and my Brother in law George Jackson joint Executors of this my will xxxx whereof I xxxx Martin Billing have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the eighth day of June one thousand eight hundred and thirteen

At Birmingham 4th November 1813 Let a Probate of the will be granted to George Jackson of Camp Hill in the Parish of Aston near Birmingham Sword cutler and of the Executors Reserving a Power for Jonathan Billing of Tanworth in the county of Warwick Farmer the other Executor

Testator died 14th June 1813


1858

BILLING Thomas
Effects under £450
17 June The Will of Thomas Billing late of Warwick in the County of Warwick Corn Dealer deceased who died 17 May 1858 at Warwick aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Eliza Ann Billing of Warwick aforesaid Spinster and George Cable Lake of the same place Actuary of the Warwickshire Savings Bank two of the Executors.


1859

JACKSON Henry
Effects under £200
10 May The Will of Henry Jackson formerly of Birchfields in the Parish of Handsworth in the County of Stafford and late of Court-lane Erdington near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Farmer deceased who died 31 December 1855 at Court-lane aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Mary Ann Hewkin (Wife of Casper Hewkin the younger of Court-lane aforesaid) the Relict and the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Marie otherwise Maria
Effects under £200
19 March The Will of Marie otherwise Maria Jackson late of 61 Woodcock-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 17 March 1858 at the same place was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Jacob Moore of 7 Newhall-street Birmingham aforesaid Tool Maker the Brother and one of the Executors.

JACKSON Nathaniel
Effects under £200
16 May The Will of Nathaniel Jackson late of Middleton in the County of Warwick Blacksmith deceased who died 1 March 1859 at Middleton aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Richard Parker of Middleton aforesaid Farmer one of the Executors.

JACKSON Robert
Effects under £100
6 October Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of Robert Jackson late of St. Martin's-place St. Martin's-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Chaser deceased who died 29 June 1859 at Rhyl in the County of Denbigh were granted at Birmingham to Elizabeth Jackson of 12 Tennant-street Birmingham aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having been first sworn.


1860

JACKSON Thomas
Effects under £100
21 August The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Exhall in the County of Warwick Ribbon Weaver deceased who died 15 June 1860 at Exhall aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Elizabeth Jackson of Exhall aforesaid Widow the Relict and the sole Executrix.


1861

JACKSON Sarah
Effects under £450
15 August The Will of Sarah Jackson late of 3 Watery-lane Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 31 May 1861 at 15 Dartmouth-street Birmingham aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Henry Jackson of 3 Watery-lane aforesaid Licensed Victualler the Son and William Mills of 15 Dartmouth-street aforesaid Victualler the Executors.


1862

JACKSON Ann
Effects under £5
26 September The Will of Ann Jackson late of Bilton in the County of Warwick Spinster deceased who died 30 September 1861 at Bilton aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Fanny Jackson of the Parish of Bilton aforesaid Widow the Mother the sole Executrix.

JACKSON William
Effects under £1,500
2 December The Will of William Jackson late of Prospect Cottage Balsall-Heath-road in the Parish of Kingsnorton in the County of Worcester Commercial Traveller deceased who died 2 October 1862 at Prospect Cottage aforesaid was proved at Worcester by the oaths of Timothy Jones of Heath Cottage Balsall-Heath Kingsnorton aforesaid Wholesale Stationer and Mary Jackson of Prospect Cottage aforesaid Widow the Relict the Executors.


1863

BILLING Henry
Effects under £600
18 December The Will of Henry Billing late of Warwick in the County of Warwick Commission Agent deceased who died 22 November 1863 at Warwick aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Eliza Ann Billing of Warwick aforesaid Spinster the Sister the sole Executrix.


1863

BILLING Martin
Effects under £100
10 November. The Will with two Codicils of Martin Billing late of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Factor deceased who died 7 April 1862 at Birmingham aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Charles Eardley Billing of Birmingham in the said County Factor the Son and Caroline Lettice Billing of Birmingham aforesaid Spinster the Daughter the Executors.

 

ON the 10th day of November 1863
the Will with two codicils thereto of Martin
Billing late of Birmingham in the County
of Warwick Factor

deceased, who died on the   7th   day of   April   1862,
at
Birmingham aforesaid
was proved in the District Registry attached to Her Majestys Court of Probate
at
Birmingham     by the Oaths of
Charles Eardley Billing of Birmingham
in the County of Warwick Factor the Son and
Caroline Lettice Billing of Birmingham
aforesaid Spinster the Daughter of the deceased
the

Execut ors therein named t he y having been first sworn duly to administer.

No Leaseholds

Effects under £ 100-

    Extracted by J. Webb

    Solt Birmgm

This is the last Will and Testament of me Martin
Billing
of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Factor I direct
that all my debts Funeral and Testamentary expenses be paid as soon
as conveniently may be after my decease I Give and devise all and
singular the Real estate of which I shall be seized or possessed and
my son Charles Eardley Billing and my daughter Caroline Lettice Billing
To hold the same unto and to the use of the said Charles Eardley Billing
and Caroline Lettice Billing their heirs and assigns upon trust that
they the said Charles Eardley Billing and Caroline Lettice Billing or
the survivor of them or the heirs or assigns of such survivor or other the
Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my Will do and shall so
soon as they he or she shall deem it expedient so to do sell my said
real Estate either together or in parcels and either by Public auction or
private contract with power to buy in or rescind any contract for sale
and to resell without being liable to any loss occasioned thereby and to
do and execute all such acts and assurances for effectuating such sale
or sales as they he or she shall think fit and to give receipts for the
purchase monies without the purchasers or purchaser being obliged to
see to the application thereof And I direct that the trustees or trustee
for the time being of this my Will shall stand possessed of the proceeds
of such sales or sale in augmentation of my personal estate hereinafter
bequeathed I Give and bequeath all and singular my personal Estate
and Effects unto my said Trustees Charles Eardley Billing and
Caroline Lettice Billing their executors administrators and assigns Upon
Trust that they the said Charles Eardley Billing and Caroline Lettice
Billing or other the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my Will
shall as soon as conveniently may be call in sell and convert into
money such part of my personal Estate as shall not consist of money
and I declare that the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my
Will shall by and out of the monies to to arise from the calling in sale
and conversion into money of such part of my personal Estate as
shall not consist of money and the money of which I shall be
possessed at my death pay my Funeral and Testamentary expenses
and debts and shall stand possessed of the residue of the said monies
including the proceeds of my said Real Estate upon trust as to one
hundred pounds part thereof to invest the same in their his or her
monies or money in the Funds or upon Mortgage of real or
Leasehold Estate at Interest and to pay the Income thereof to my
Daughter Eliza Jane for her separate use for her life and after her
death In trust for her children equally share and share alike as
tenants in common but in case my said Daughter shall depart her
life without leaving any child her surviving or leaving such now
shall live to obtain a vested Interest in the said Trust Fund Then I direct
that my said trustees shall transfer the same Trust Fund to such
person as shall be my next of Kin when this limitation over shall
take effect in possession And as to Fifty pounds further part of the
said General Trust Fund I direct my said Trustees if and when
and as they shall think proper to apply the same for the benefit of
James Cooper Neal from whom I purchased some Freehold property
in Lancaster Street and Ashted Birmingham and as to the residue
of the said General Trust Fund I direct that my said Trustees shall
stand possessed thereof as to one sixth share or part thereof In trust
to pay the same to my Son Alfred Joseph as to one other sixth share or
part thereof In trust to pay the same to my Son Edwin Isaac as to
one third share or part thereof In trust to pay the same to my said
Daughter Caroline Lettice as to the remaining one third share or part
thereof In trust to pay the same to my Son Charles Eardley I appoint
the said Charles Eardley Billing and my said Daughter Caroline
Lettice Executor and Executrix of this my Will I declare that
during the minority of any person who shall under any trust herein
contained be presumptively or absolutely interested in any portion of my
said Trust Estate or in any share therein the Trustees or Trustee for
the time being of ^this my Will may apply the Income thereof with as the
same shall be received or after accumulation thereof in or towards the
maintenance or education of such person In witness whereof I
the above named Testator have to this my last Will and Testament
set my hand this twenty second day of July One thousand eight
hundred and sixty one ___ Martin Billing ___
Signed Published and Declared by the above named Testator
as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at
his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other
have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses ___
John Webb Solicitor Birmingham ___ R. W. Aitkins
his clerk.

This is a Codicil to the Will of me Martin Billing I
revoke the bequests of my residuary Estate amongst and between
my four children Alfred Joseph, Edwin Isaac, Caroline Lettice
and Charles Eardley and in lieu thereof I direct my trustees to pay
thereout the sum of One hundred and fifty pounds to my Son
Edwin Isaac and to hold the residue in Trust for my Daughter
Caroline Lettice and my Son Charles Eardley equally ^in common as tenants
As witness my hand this 26th October 1861 ___
Martin Billing ___ Witness ___ John Webb ___
R. W. Aitkins.

This is a ^second Codicil to the within written Will of me Martin
Billing
I Give to my Son Alfred Isaac the sum of two hundred
pounds and I direct my trustees to pay the same out of my
residuary Trust Estate before a division thereof amongst the residuary
Legatees Dated this 5th dat of March 1862 ___
Martin Billing ___ Signed and Published by
Martin Billing as a Codicil to his Will in the presence of us who
at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each
other have subscribed our names
___ John Webb ___
R. W. Aitkins.

        On the 10th day of November 1863 the Will with two codicils
        thereto of Martin Billing late of Birmingham in the county
        of Warwick Factor deceased was proved by the Oaths of Charles
        Eardley Billing the son and Caroline Lettice Billing Spinster
        the Daughter of the Deceased the Executors.

Effects under £100

Extracted by J Webb
Soltrs Birmng


JACKSON Mary
Effects under £200
4 August. The Will of Mary Jackson late of Church-road in the Parish of Aston near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 27 July 1863 at Church-road aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Alfred Dawes of Church-road aforesaid Deaper the sole Executor.

JACKSON William
Effects under £800
4 May. The Will of Willism Jackson late of Park Lane Works Aston Manor juxts Birmingham in the County of Warwick Tinman and Brazier's Tool Maker deceased who died 29 September 1861 at Aston Manor aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Elizabeth Jackson of the Parish of Aston near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow the Relixt the sole Executrix.


1864

JACKSON Elizabeth
Effects under £100
28 April The Will of Elizabeth Jackson formerly of Stratford-upon-Avon but late of Warwick both in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 15 March 1864 at Warwick aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Henry Cross of Fulbrook in the said County Farmer and Joseph Lattimer the Younger of Stratford-upon-Avon aforesaid Surveyor the Executors.

JACKSON Henery otherwise Henry
Effects under £100
29 February The Will of Henery otherwise Henry Jackson late of 33 Bell-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Fruit Merchant deceased who died 19 September 1863 at Bell-street aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Thomas Thompson of the "Grand Turk" Inn Bell-street aforesaid Licensed Victualler and John Bryan of Snowhill Birmingham aforesaid Fruiterer the Executors.

JACKSON Jane
Effects under £600
Resworn at the Stamp Office Decr 1865 under £300
14 December The Will of Jane Jackson late of 3 New-street Rugby in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 25 September 1864 at New-street aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of James Robertson of 36 London-road Liverpool in the County of Lancaster Draper one of the Executors.

JACKSON John
Effects under £100
21 May Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of John Jackson late of Adelaide-street Aston juxta Birmingham in the County of Warwick Cabinet Maker deceased who died 29 March 1863 at Adelaide-street aforesaid were granted at Birmingham to Sarah Elizabeth Jackson of Adelaide-street aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having been first sworn.


1864

JACKSON Laura
Effects under £1,000
12 October Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of Laura Jackson late of Clifton-road Aston Park in the County of Warwick Widow deceased who died 25 September 1864 at Clifton-road aforesaid were granted at Birmingham to George Henry Jackson of Clifton-road aforesaid Printer the Son of the said Deceased he having been first sworn.

 

ON the 12th day of October 1864
Letters of Administration of all and singular the personal Estate and Effects
of
Laura Jackson late of Clifton Road Aston park in the County of Warwick Widow

deceased, who died on the 25th day of September 1864,
at
Clifton Road Aston park aforesaid

were granted at the District Registry attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate at
Birmingham to George Henry Jackson
of Clifton Road aforesaid ^printer one of the natural
and ^lawful Children and one of the next of Kin

of the said deceased, he having been first sworn duly to administer.

Sureties, Henry Burgess of Briarley Street Birmingham
in the County of Warwick Retail Brewer and Edward
Jarvis of Clifton Road Aston Park aforesaid General
Manager

Effects under £ 1000.

Extracted by Edwin Allen
Solrs Birmhm


JACKSON Thomas
Effects under £1,000
28 January The Will of Thomas Jackson late of 19 Broom-street Ravenhurst-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Japanner deceased who died 20 January 1864 at Broom-street aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of James Evans of Kenilworth in the said County Maltster and William Jones of Birmingham aforesaid Japanner the surviving the Executors.

JACKSON William
Effects under £800
30 June The Will of William Jackson late of 115 Bloomsbury Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gentleman deceased who died 27 April1864 at 115 Bloomsbury aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Thomas Aston Jackson of 142 Vauxhall-road Birmingham aforesaid Clerk at Birmingham Proof House the Son one of the Executors.


1865

JACKSON James
Effects under £200
12 August The Will of James Jackson late of Dudley in the County of Worcester Victualler deceased who died 24 July 1865 at Dudley aforesaid was proved at Worcester by the oaths of Charlotte Jackson of Dudley aforesaid Widow the Relict and William Thompson of Dudley aforesaid Corn Merchant the Executors.

JACKSON John
Effects under £100
16 February The Will of John Jackson late of the "Bull's Head" Inn Two Gates in the Parish of Tamworth in the County of Warwick Innkeeper deceased who died 15 November 1864 at the "Bull's Head" Inn aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Thomas George Thorneloe of Fazeley in the County of Stafford Auctioneer the sole Executor.


1867

CHAMBERS Samuel
Effects under £2,000.
23 September The Will of Samuel Chambers late of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Brassfounder and Gas Lamp Manufacturer deceased who died 20 August 1867 at Edgbaston near Birmingham aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Emily Mary Chambers of Edgbaston aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

JACKSON George
Effects under £800.
Resworn Feb: 1884 under £1,500
5 August The Will of George Jackson late of Ravenhurst-terrace Camp Hill in the Borough of Birmingham in the county of Warwick Scabbard Manufacturer deceased who died 20 April 1866 at Ravenhurst-terrace aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oath of Martin Billing of Birmingham aforesaid Wholesale Stationer one of the Executors.

 

ON the fifth day of August 1867,
the Will
of George Jackson late of Ravenhurst Terrace Camp Hill in the Borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Scabbard Manufacturer
deceased, who died on the 20th day of April 1866,
at
Ravenhurst Terrace aforesaid
was proved in the District Registry attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate at Birmingham by the Oath of
Martin Billing of Birmingham aforesaid Wholesale Stationer one of the

Executors wherein named he having been first sworn duly to administer, Power being reserved of making the like grant to Mary Jackson Widow the Relict of the deceased the other Executor when one shall apply for the same

Including Leaseholds
Effects under £800
Extracted by Tyndall Johnson & Tyndall
Solrs Birmingham

        Resworn Feb: 1884 under £1,500

 

This is the last Will and Testament of me George Jackson of Ravenhurst Terrace Camp Hill in the Borough of Birmingham Scabbard Manufacturer I appoint my dear Wife Mary Jackson and my Son in law Martin Billing to be my Executrix and Executor I bequeath the sum of twenty pounds unto my grandson Frederick Jackson who now lives with me the sum of fifteen pounds to my faithful Servant Thomas Harper and the sum of three pounds to my other faithful Servant Emily the Wife of James Thornton for which her receipt shall be the only sufficient discharge I bequeath to the said Mary Jackson and Martin Billing their executors administrators and assigns the good will stock in trade tools and implements in my said business of a scabbard manufacturer upon trust as soon as conveniently may be after my death to cause a valuation to be made of the said stock in trade tools and implements and offer the same to my said grandson Frederick Jackson at the amount of such valuation and in case he shall purchase the same I bequeath to him the good will of the said trade But in case he shall decline to make such purchase or shall neglect to declare his option or to pay or arrange with my trustees for the payment of the purchase money within one month after such option I direct my trustees to sell the said goodwill stock tools and implements of trade by public auction or private contract for the best price they can obtain for the same I devise and bequeath all other the real and personal estate of which I may be seized or possessed or to which I may be entitled for any beneficial interest at the time of my decease and particularly all those my five leasehold messuages at Camp Hill in Birmingham aforesaid and my household furniture and effects unto the said Mary Jackson and Martin Billing To hold the said real estate (if any) to them their heirs and assigns and the said personal estate to them their executors administrators and assigns upon trust that they and their assigns or the survivor of them his or her heirs executors administrators or assigns or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will hereinafter called "my trustees" shall invest the proceeds of the sale of my trade and any ready money I may have at my death (after paying my debts and the said legacies) in or upon any freehold or leasehold securities in England And with respect to the annual income thereof and the rents of the said five leasehold messuages at Camp Hill after payment of ground rent repairs insurances rates taxes and all other outgoings and the annual income of all other my estate (if any) to pay the same to or otherwise permit the same to be received by my said Wife during her life or so long thereof as she shall continue my widow And upon further trust during the same period to permit her to have the use and enjoyment of my household furniture and effects (after an inventory thereof signed by her shall have been taken) And from and after the decease or marriage again of my said wife whichever shall first happen upon first to convert the whole of my real and personal estate into money and for that purpose to sell the said leasehold messuages and all other real and personal estate (if any) then undisposed of in such manner and for such price as they my trustees shall think fit and upon further trust to divide the clear proceeds of such conversion as aforesaid into as many shares as there may be children of my daughter Elizabeth Billing and my Son George Jackson living at my death and pay one such share to each such child his or her executors administrators or assigns Provided always that if any child of the said Elizabeth Billing living at my death shall afterwards die without having attained the age of twenty one years or having attained that age shall afterwards die intestate unmarried and without issue then his or her share shall go and be paid equally between the surviving children of the said Martin Billing their executors administrators or assigns and if any child of the said George Jackson living at my death shall afterwards die without having attained the age of twenty one years or having attained that age shall afterwards die intestate unmarried and without issue then his or her share shall go and be paid equally between the surviving children of the said George Jackson their executors administrators and assigns I hereby empower the competent trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will to fill up the vacancies which from time to time shall occur in the trusteeship by the death in my lifetime or afterwards by the disclaimer resignation secession incompetency or unfitness of any trustee And in default of any surviving or continuing competent trustee then this power shall be exercisable by my executors or administrators for the time being And upon every new appointment proper assurances of my trust estate shall be executed at the cost of such estate And I hereby declare that the number of trustees may be increased if deemed expedient And I do hereby also declare that the receipts of the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will for the purchase money of any property hereby directed to be sold and for any other monies which may be paid to them or him under or by virtue of this my Will or in the execution of any of the trusts or powers hereof shall effectually discharge the person or persons paying or transferring the same therefrom and from being bound to see to the application or being bound for the loss or misapplication or non application thereof And lastly I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made as witness my hand this twenty fourth day of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight - George Jackson - Signed by the said George Jackson in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other all present at the same time have hereunto set our names as witnesses - G J Johnson Soltn Birmhm Willm Upton his Clerk

        Proved at Birmingham on the 5th day of August 1867 by the Oath of Martin Billing one of the Executors to whom administration was granted Power being reserved of making the like Grant to Mary Jackson Widow the Relict the other Executor

        The Testator George Jackson was late of Ravenhurst Terrace Camp Hill in the borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Scabbard Manufacturer and died on the 20th day of April 1866 at Ravenhurst Terrace Camp Hill aforesaid

        Under £800

        Tyndall Johnson & Tyndall Solrs Birm.


1870

POOK John Hellings.
Effects under £450.
14 July. The Will of John Hellings Pook late of Culmstock in the County of Devon Cutler deceased who died 5 March 1870 at Culmstock aforesaid was proved at Exeter by the oaths of Mary Pook of Culmstock aforesaid Widow the Relict and John Pook of Culmstock aforesaid Yeoman the Son the Executors.


1873

JACKSON Elizabeth
Effects under £100
5 June The Will of Elizabeth Jackson late of Coalpool in the Parish of Walsall in the County of Stafford Spinster who died 20 March 1873 at Coalpool was proved at Lichfield by Sarah Billington of Coalpool Spinster the Niece the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Fanny
Effects under £100
18 September The Will of Fanny Jackson late of New Bilton in the County of Warwick Widow who died 7 March 1873 at New Bilton was proved at Birmingham by Mary Jackson of New Bilton Spinster the Daughter the sole Executrix.

JACKSON James
Effects under £100
5 May Administration of the effects of James Jackson late of Dudley in the County of Worcester Whitesmith a Widower who died 12 September 1855 at Dudley was granted at Worcester to Ann Wheeler (Wife of William Wheeler, Labourer) of Dudley the Daughter and one of the Next of Kin.


1874

JACKSON Thomas Ridley
Personal Estate under £4,000
30 November The Will of Thomas Ridley Jackson late of Cambridge-crescent Edgbaston near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Coal Dealer who died 19 October 1874 at Cambridge-crescent was proved at Birmingham by Alethea Jackson of Cambridge-crescent Widow the Relict and William Jackson of 3 Hockley-hill Birmingham Silversmith the Executors.


1876

JACKSON Edward Bache
Effects under £1,500
26 September The Will of Edward Bache Jackson late of 18 and 19 Hockley-hill Birmingham in the County of Warwick Ironmonger Locksmith and Bell Hanger who died 9 June 1876 at Hockley-hill was proved at Birmingham by Joseph Saunders of Powick near Worcester in the County of Worcester Gentleman one of the Executors.

JACKSON Rachel
Effects under £20
15 March Administration of the effects of Rachel Jackson late of 18 Hockley-hill Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow who died 12 October 1875 at 18 Hockley-hill was granted at the Principal Registry to Joseph Gideon Slous of New Cross Deptford in the County of Kent Gentleman the Brother and one of the Next of Kin.


1877

JACKSON Elizabeth
Effects under £450
22 January The Will of Elizabeth Jackson late of the "Chequers" Inn Bell-Barn-road Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow who died 12 December 1876 at Bell-Barn-road was proved at Birmingham by William Manson of Highgate-lane Birmingham Licenced Victualler and William Smith at Bell-Barn-road Builder two of the Executors.

JACKSON William
Effects under £400
23 March Administration of the effects of William Jackson late of 105 Icknield-street-East Birmingham in the County of Warwick who died 7 July 1876 at 105 Icknield-street-East was granted at Birmingham to Harriot Jackson of 105 Icknield-street-East Widow the Relict.


1878

JACKSON Ellen
Personal Estate under £600
30 January The Will of Ellen Jackson late of Darlaston in the County of Stafford Widow who died 7 January 1878 at Darlaston was proved at Lichfield by Edward Mallard of 103 Varna-road Edgbaston Birmingham in the County of Warwick Solicitor's Clerk the sole Executor.

JACKSON Frederick
Personal Estate under £20 in England
4 January Administration of the Personal Estate of Frederick Jackson late a Private in Her Majesty's 51st Regiment of Foot a Bachelor who died 13 June 1877 at Agra in the East Indies was granted at the Principal Registry to Sarah Jackson of Hall-street South-Spon-lane West Bromwich in the County of Stafford Widow the Mother and only Next of Kin.

JACKSON George Thomas
Personal Estate under £20
1 August The Will with a Codicil of George Thomas Jackson late of Bilston in the County of Stafford Shoemaker who died 16 May 1878 at Bilston was proved at Lichfield by John Jackson of 25 Dudley-street Bilston Roller the Son and John Lawley of 36 Wellington-street Bilston Japanner the surviving Executors.

JACKSON James Charles
Personal Estate under £600
10 October The Will of James Charles Jackson late of Barton's Bank Aston juxta Birmingham in the County of Warwick Coal Dealer who died 26 September 1878 at the Queen's Hospital Birmingham was proved at Birmingham by John Jackson of High-street West Bromwich in the County of Stafford Tobacconist the Brother the sole Executor.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate under £1,500
18 February The Will of John Jackson late of 106 Bloomsbury in the Borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Commercial Traveller who died 15 January 1878 at 106 Bloomsbury was proved at Birmingham by Walter Kendrick and Thomas Goode both of 114 Suffolk-street Birmingham Manufacturers the Executors.


1879

JACKSON Ann Hannah
Personal Estate under £50
15 October Administration of the Personal Estate of Ann Hannah Jackson late of 89 Lupin-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Spinster who died 15 September 1879 at 4 Irving-street Birmingham was granted at Birmingham to Nancy Davis (Wife of William Davis) of 89 Lupin-street the Sister and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON Charles
Personal Estate under £100
5 December The Will of Charles Jackson late of 44 Flood-street Dudley in the County of Worcester Cow-keeper who died 2 October 1879 at 44 Flood-street was proved at Worcester by Elizabeth Jackson of 44 Flood-street Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Charlotte
Personal Estate under £200
2 September Administration of the Personal Estate of Charlotte Jackson late of the "Brewers Arms" Inn Fisher-street Dudley in the County of Worcester Widow who died 11 August 1879 at the "Brewers Arms" was granted at Worcester to James Morgan of Widresfield Madley in the County of Hereford Shoemaker the Brother and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON David
Personal Estate under £600
14 January Administration of the Personal Estate of David Jackson late of 44 Digbeth Birmingham in the County of Warwick Tobacconist who died 17 December 1878 at 44 Digbeth was granted at Birmingham to Sarah Jackson of 44 Digbeth Widow the Relict.

JACKSON Edward
Personal Estate under £1,500
15 March The Will of Edward Jackson late of Catshill near Bromsgrove in the County of Worcester Farmer who died 19 January 1879 at Catshill was proved at Worcester by Ann Jackson of Catshill Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Edward
Personal Estate under £100
6 June The Will of Edward Jackson formerly of Coventry-road in the Parish of Aston juxta Birmingham in the County of Warwick Fruiterer but late of Langley Green in the Township of Oldbury in the County of Worcester Licensed Victualler who died 26 March 1879 at Langley Green was proved at Worcester by Edwin Jackson of Hill Top West Bromwich in the County of Stafford and Robert Jackson of Clay-Pit-lane West Bromwich Carpenters the Sons the Executors.

JACKSON Edwin Thomas Shailer
Personal Estate under £100
30 January Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Edwin Thomas Shailer Jackson formerly of Thornhill Lodge in the Parish of Arrow in the County of Warwick but late of Sedgeberrow in the County of Worcester Farmer who died 18 October 1878 at Sedgeberrow was granted at the Principal Registry to Sarah Jackson of Pamington in the County of Gloucester Widow the Relict the Universal Legatee for Life if she remain a Widow.

JACKSON George
Personal Estate under £20
18 September The Will of George Jackson late of Sidemoor in the Parish of Bromsgrove in the County of Worcester Carpenter who died 14 February 1879 at Sidemoor was proved at Worcester by Charles Jackson of Sidemoor Coach Builder the Son the sole Executor.

 

ON the eighteenth day of September 18 79 ,
the Will
of George Jackson late of Sidemoor in the parish of Bromsgrove in the County of Worcester Carpenter
deceased, who died on the fourteenth day of February 18 79 ,
at
Sidemoor aforesaid
was proved in Her Majesty's High Court of Justice in the District Registry attached to
the Probate Division thereof at
Worcester by the Oath of
Charles Jackson of Sidemoor aforesaid Coach Builder the Son of the said deceased the sole

Execut or named (in the said Will ) he having been first sworn duly
to administer.

Personal Estate
Effects under £20
No Leasholds.
Extracted by E. Housman Solicitor Bromsgrove

 

JACKSON Joseph
Personal Estate under £200
22 May Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Joseph Jackson late of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Commercial Agent who died 12 March 1879 at Dalston in the County of Middlesex was granted at Birmingham to Phoebe Jackson of Bilston in the County of Stafford Widow the Mother the Universal Legatee.

JACKSON Mary
Personal Estate under £200
13 March Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Mary Jackson late of 12 Watery-lane in the Parish of Aston in the Borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow who died 6 January 1879 at 12 Watery-lane was granted at Birmingham to Elizabeth Roberts of 12 Watery-lane Widow the Daughter the Universal Legatee.

JACKSON Samuel
Personal Estate under£100
29 October The Will of Samuel Jackson late of Bilston in the County of Stafford Blank Tray Maker who died 14 June 1878 at Bilston was proved at Lichfield by Samuel Jackson and John Jackson both of Bilston Ironworkers the Sons the Executors.

JACKSON William
Personal Estate under £100
29 October The Will with a Codicil of William Jackson formerly of Tilney in the Parish of All Saints in the County of Norfolk but late of Bridge-street-West Birmingham in the County of Warwick Builder who died 25 May 1879 at Bridge-street-West was proved at Birmingham by Jane Jackson of 115 Anglesea-street Lozells in the Parish of Aston in the County of Warwick the Relict and John Sadd of Terrington in the Parish of St. John in the County of Norfolk Farmer and Publican the Executors.


1880

JACKSON Alfred
Personal Estate under £100
7 August. Administration of the Personal Estate of Alfred Jackson late of Terrace-road Handsworth in the County of Stafford Barman who died 14 May 1880 at Terrace-road was granted at Lichfield to Julia Anne Jackson of Terrace-road Widow the Relict.

JACKSON Hannah Elizabeth
Personal Estate under £600
24 January. The Will of Hannah Elizabeth Jackson late of 49 Upper-Cox-street Balsall Heath in the Parish of King's Norton in the County of Worcester Spinster who died 20 August 1879 at 49 Upper-Cox-street was proved at the Principal Registry by the Reverend John Peter Dowling of Alcester-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Clerk and William Fleet of Homer-street Balsall Heath Carriage Spring Maker the Executors.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate under £200
27 May. Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of John Jackson late of Dudley-street Bilston in the County of Stafford Iron Roller who died 26 October 1879 at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in the United States of America was granted at Lichfield to Sarah Jackson of 21 Stafford-street Bilston Widow the Relict.

JACKSON Leah
Personal Estate under £100
2 September. The Will of Leah Jackson late of 239 Park-road Aston near Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow who died 5 August 1880 at 239 Park-road was proved at Birmingham by Christopher Eskuche Armstrong of 239 Park-road Commercial Traveller one of the Executors.

JACKSON Thomas
Personal Estate under £100
19 July. The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Exhall in the County of Warwick Weaver who died 10 January 1880 at Exhall was proved at Birmingham by Thomas Jackson of Longford in the Parish of Foleshill in the said County Weaver and William Jackson of the Parish of Exhall Engineer the Sons the Executors.

POOK William
Personal Estate under £800.
1 October. The Will of William Pook formerly of Thorverton but late of Cheriton Fitzpaine both in the County of Devon Yeoman who died 23 May 1880 at Cheriton Fitzpaine was proved at Exeter by William Pook of 14 Montpelier-street Camphill Birmingham in the County of Warwick Accountant the Son the surviving Executor.


1881

JACKSON George Crowley
Personal Estate £45
21 October Administration of the Personal Estate of George Crowley Jackson late of Washington-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Baker who died 6 February 1877 at Washington-street was granted at Birmingham to Caroline Anne Jackson of 4 Richmond-place Balsall-Heath-road in the Parish of King's Norton in the County of Worcester Widow the Relict.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate £12,565 9s 4d
5 December The Will of John Jackson late of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gun Manufacturer who died 28 September 1881 at 17 Wellington-road Edgbaston Birmingham was proved at Birmingham by Joseph John Tasker of Wells in the County of Somerset Draper and William Cottrell of Birmingham Solicitor the Executors.

JACKSON Judith
Personal Estate £712 15s
20 October The Will of Judith Jackson formerly of 210 Stratford-road Birmingham but late of St. Bernard's-road Otton near Birmingham both in the County of Warwick Widow who died 29 July 1881 at St. Bernard's-road was proved at Birmingham by Juliana Hukin (Wife of Jonathan Wilson Hukin) the Sister and the said Jonathan Wilson Hukin Electro-plated Article Manufacturer both of Great-Charles-street Birmingham the Executors.

JACKSON Thomas Aston
Personal Estate £932 4s
Further grant Dec 1904
Further grant 13th/July 1926
29 December The Will of Thomas Aston Jackson late of 51 Howe-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Clerk with Guardians of the Birmingham Proof House who died 19 September 1881 at 8 Montague-road Cape Hill Smethwick in the County of Stafford was proved at Birmingham by Catherine Eliza Heath (Wife of William Frederick Heath) of 8 Montague-road the Daughter the sole Executrix.

JACKSON William
Personal Estate under £400
24 March Administration of the Personal Estate of William Jackson late of Poole Farm Smethwick in the Parish of Harborne in the County of Stafford Farmer who died 25 February 1881 at Poole Farm was granted at Lichfield to Sophia Jackson of Poole Farm Widow the Relict.

PURCHES Walter George
Personal Estate £587 17s.
7 December. The Will of Walter George Purches late of 6 Almeric-road Clapham Common Gardens in the County of Surrey who died 15 June 1881 at 6 Almeric-road was proved at the Principal Registry by Mary Ann Purches of 6 Almeric-road Widow the Relict the sole Executric.


1882

JACKSON John
Personal Estate £157
11 October Administration of the Personal Estate of John Jackson late of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Hooper a Bachelor who died 24 November 1881 at Birmingham was granted at Birmingham to Myles Jackson of Torver in the County of Lancaster Blacksmith the Brother and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON Mark
Personal Estate £320 15s 9d
29 November The Will of Mark Jackson late of 69 High-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Mercer's Manager who died 16 August 1882 at 69 High-street was proved at Birmingham by Thomas Breeden of Old-Meeting-street Birmingham Gas Fitter and Edward George Musto of High-street Publican the Executors.

JACKSON Thomas
Personal Estate £599 17s
Resworn January 1883 £722 19s 5d
Resworn Feb 1896 £871.19.6
8 August The Will with a Codicil of Thomas Jackson formerly of High-street Sutton Coldfield in the County of Warwick Yeoman but late of Maney in the Parish of Sutton Coldfield in the said County who died 29 November 1881 at Maney was proved at Birmingham by Thomas Rochford of Sutton Coldfield Saddler and Thomas Hitchcock of 215 Moseley-street Birmingham in the said County Parcel Agent the surviving Executors.

JACKSON Thomas Birchenough
Personal Estate £173 5s
30 September The Will of Thomas Birchenough Jackson late of 39 Church-street Lozells Birmingham in the County of Warwick Bookkeeper and Traveller who died 6 September 1882 at 39 Church-street was proved at Birmingham by Hannah Wells of 39 Church-street Widow the Mother the sole Executrix.

JACKSON William
Personal Estate £4,525 18s 3d
2 August The Will with a Codicil of William Jackson late of Binton in the County of Warwick Gentleman who died 5 June 1882 at Binton was proved at Birmingham by Phoebe Jackson of Binton Widow the Relict Charles Henry Birbeck of the City of Worcester Newspaper Proprietor and Samuel Gibbs of the Cow Pasture Hook Norton in the County of Oxford Farmer the Executors.


1883

BILLING Martin
Personal Estate £40,725 6s. 5d.
7 December. The Will with a Codicil of Martin Billing the Elder late of Meeson Hall in the County of Salop Printer and Paper Dealer who died 17 July 1883 at Meeson Hall was proved at Shrewsbury by Mary Billing of Meeson Hall Widow the Relict Martin Billing of Livery-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Printer and Paper Dealer the Son George James Johnson of 243 Hagley-road Birmingham Solicitor and Francis Billing of Livery-street Printer and Paper Dealer the Son the Executors.

JACKSON Edward
Personal Estate £208 14s 3d
31 December The Will with two Codicils of Edward Jackson formerly of Shirley-street in the Parish of Solihull but late of Beech Cottage Solihull-lane Shirley both in the County of Warwick Gentleman who died 11 November 1883 at Beech Cottage was proved at Birmingham by Annie Marie Jackson of Beech Cottage Widow the Relict (during Widowhood) and John Charles Bloxham of 6 Bennett's-hill Birmingham in the said County Gentleman the Executors.


1884

JACKSON Annie Marie
Personal Estate £108 8s 1d
22 February Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Annie Marie Jackson late of Shirley-street in the Parish of Solihull in the County of Warwick Widow who died 7 January 1884 at Shirley-street was granted at Birmingham under the usual Limitations to Bertha Jane Henry (Wife of John Henry Henry, Solicitor) of Lichfield in the County of Stafford the Aunt and Guardian of Bertha Thursby spinster a Minor the Daughter the Residuary Legatee.


1885

JACKSON Henry.
Personal Estate £386 10s 9d.
6 August. The Will of Henry Jackson late of "Four Oaks" Inn Four Oaks Sutton Coldfield in the County of Warwick Licensed Victualler who died 24 May 1885 at "Four Oaks" Inn was proved at Birmingham by Maria Jackson of "Four Oaks" Inn Widow the Relict and Henry Charles Bowen of Plecks Walsall in the County of Stafford Wholesale Saddler the Executors.

JACKSON William.
Personal Estate £4,581 16s 8d.
Resworn July 1885 £4,881 16s 8d.
27 May. The Will with a Codicil of William Jackson late of Heathfield House Shirley in the County of Warwick Surgeon who died 17 April 1885 at Heathfield House was proved at Birmingham by Elizabeth Jackson of Heathfield House Widow the Relict Richard Marshall of Heathfield-avenue Handsworth in the County of Stafford Gentleman and Samuel William Bunn of Gothersley House near Stourbridge in the County of Worcester Gentleman the surviving Executors.

JACKSON William.
Personal Estate £5,712 1s.
1 October. The Will with a Codicil of William Jackson formerly of 3 Hockley-hill in the Borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick but late of 1 Beaufort-villas Lozells-road Handsworth who died 6 September 1885 at 1 Beaufort-villas was proved at the Principal Registry by William Jackson of 88 Lodge-road Hockley Birmingham Jeweller and Walter Jackson of 3 Hockley-hill Silversmith the Sons the Executors.

POOK Robert.
Personal Estate £80.
1 October. Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Robert Pook late of Culmstock in the County of Devon Dairyman who died 9 June 1882 at Culmstock was granted at Exeter to Harry Pook of Cullompton in the County of Devon Signalman the Son and one of the Next of Kin.

POOK William.
Personal Estate £238 8s.
26 January. The Will with a Codicil of William Pook formerly of Sidwell-street in the city of Exeter but late of Topsham in the County of Devon Butcher who died 15 January 1885 at High-street Topsham was proved at Exeter by Harriett Pook of High-street Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.


1886

JACKSON Joseph
Personal Estate £24
15 February Administration of the Personal Estate of Joseph Jackson late of New Invention near Wolverhampton in the County of Stafford Lock Maker a Bachelor who died 16 December 1885 at New Invention was granted at Lichfield to John Jackson of New Invention Key Maker the Brother and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON Mary Ann
Personal Estate £10
7 September The Will of Mary Ann Jackson (Wife of George Jackson) late of 5 Union-street in the City of Coventry who died 2 July 1886 at Foleshill in the County of Warwick was proved at Birmingham by John Anslow of the said City Furnishing Draper and Eliza Emma Stafford (Wife of William Elmer Stafford) of Foleshill the Niece the Executors. Probate being granted under certain Limitations.

JACKSON Phoebe
Personal Estate £3,918 3s 7d
29 September The Will of Phoebe Jackson late of 24 Binswood-avenue Leamington in the County of Warwick Widow who died 19 August 1886 at Binswood-avenue was proved at the Principal Registry by William Henry Hardwicke Jackson a major in the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Irish Rifles the Son and Thomas Case Morris Merchant both of 22 the Albany Old-Hall-street in the city of Liverpool the Executors.

JACKSON Richard
Personal Estate £39 9s 2d
20 July Administration of the Personal Estate of Richard Jackson late of 24 Vicarage-prospect the Dock Dudley in the County of Worcester Grinder who died 1 July 1875 at the Guest Hospital Dudley was granted at Worcester to Selina Jackson of 73 Clarke-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow the Relict.


1887

JACKSON Ann
Personal Estate £1,269 14s
25 August The Will of Ann Jackson formerly of Claverdon Lodge Claverdon but late of Norton Lindsay both in the County of Warwick Widow who died 24 October 1886 at Norton Lindsay was proved at Birmingham by Robert Rutherford of Claverdon Farmer the sole Executor.

JACKSON Elizabeth
Personal Estate £1,393 2s
1 December The Will of Elizabeth Jackson (Wife of John Jackson) formerly of Monument-road but late of Islington-row both of Edgbaston in the County of Warwick who died 16 August 1887 at Islington-row was proved at Birmingham by William Whitmore of 10 Grant-street Birmingham in the said County Advertising Agent the Brother and John Whitmore Hubbard of 75 Suffolk-street Birmingham Carver and Gilder the Nephew the Executors.

JACKSON Harriett Sophia
Personal Estate £357 2s 8d
6 April Administration of the Personal Estate of Harriett Sophia Jackson (Wife of William Forrester Anthony Jackson) late of Vincent-street Balsall Heath in the County of Worcester who died 13 March 1887 at Vincent-street was granted at the Principal Registry to the said William Forrester Anthony Jackson of 20 Vincent-street Commercial Traveller.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate £7,941 8s 4d
Resworn January 1888 £8,025 9s 8d
9 November The Will of John Jackson late of 2 Westfield-road Edgbaston Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gentleman who died 9 September 1887 at 2 Westfield-road was proved at Birmingham by Joseph Lewis of Paradise-street Birmingham Chartered Accountant and John St. Swithin Wilders of the Hagley-road Birmingham Surgeon the Executors.

JACKSON Thomas
Personal Estate £231 11s
9 February The Will of Thomas Jackson late of 1 Drayton-terrace Camp Hill Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gas Meter Inspector who died 30 December 1886 at 1 Drayton-terrace was proved at Birmingham by William Jackson of Arbury Newport-road Balsall Heath in the County of Worcester Solicitor's Clerk and Alfred Joseph Jackson of Park-villas Gillott-road Edgbaston in the County of Warwick Manufacturer's Clerk the Sons the Executors.


1888

JACKSON Henry Owen
Personal Estate £1,067 5s 4d
4 February The Will of Henry Owen Jackson formerly of Hill in the Parish of Sutton Coldfield but late of Erdington in the Parish of Aston-juxta-Birmingham both in the County of Warwich Gentleman who died 12 January 1888 at Erdington was proved at Birmingham by Lucy Jackson of Erdington Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Maria
Personal Estate £169 17s 5d
17 September Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Maria Jackson late of "Four Oaks" Inn Four Oaks Sutton Coldfield in the County of Warwick Widow who died 20 August 1888 at Four Oaks was granted at Birmingham to Joseph Lamb of Ledsam-street Birmingham in the said County Furniture Remover the Nephew and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON Thomas
Personal Estate £3,088 11s
Resworn October 1888 £3,518 11s
1 May The Will of Thomas Jackson late of St. Luke's-road Edgbaston in the Borough of Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gentleman who died 8 March 1888 at St. Luke's-road was proved at Birmingham by John Lovatt of 92 Pershore-road Edgbaston Birmingham in the County of Warwick Law Clerk and Robert Arrowsmith of Birmingham Tricycle Bell and Toy Manufacturer the Executors.


1889

JACKSON Edmund Henry
Personal Estate £152 14s
25 February Administration of the Personal Estate of Edmund Henry Jackson late of Leamington in the County of Warwick Carrying Agent who died 21 January 1889 at Leamington was granted at Birmingham to Caroline Jackson of Leamington Widow the Relict.

JACKSON Edward M.D.
Personal Estate £5,502 12s 11d
8 November The Will of Edward Jackson late of Leamington in the County of Warwick M.D. who died 10 September 1889 at Leamington was proved at the Principal Registry by Mary Anne Jackson of 47 Brunswisk-street in the Borough of Leamington Widow the Relict Mary Jane Kimberly (Wife of John Marks Kimberly) of George-lane Lewisham in the County of Kent and Caroline Jackson of the Hollies 100 Newton-road Sparkhill Birmingham in the County of Warwick Spinster the Sisters the Executrixes.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate £80 5s 6d
30 May The Will of John Jackson late of Gardeners Cottage Westbourne-road Edgbaston in the County of Warwick Office Porter who died 22 March 1889 at Gardeners Cottage was proved at Birmingham by Lucy Jackson of Gardeners Cottage Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

JACKSON Mary Maria
Personal Estate £114 19s 6d
4 October The Will of Mary Maria Jackson (Wife of Edward Thomas Bache Jackson) late of 8 Sycamore-road Aston in the County of Warwick who died 24 December 1888 at 8 Sycamore-road was proved at the Principal Registry by John Price of 50 Cherry-street Birmingham in the said County Solicitor one of the Executors.


1890

JACKSON Charles
Personal Estate £71 16s
7 June Administration of the Personal Estate of Charles Jackson late of back of 59 Sherbourne-street Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widower who died 7 May 1890 at back of 59 Sherbourne-street was granted at Birmingham to James Jackson of 32 Summer-lane Birmingham Fruiterer the Son and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON Harriett
Personal Estate £104
22 July The Will of Harriett Jackson late of Newtown-row Birmingham in the County of Warwick Widow who died 22 June 1890 at 13 Copeley-street Aston Birmingham was proved at Birmingham by Charles Brown the Elder of 27 Sutton-street Aston Gun Engraver the Brother one of the Executors.

JACKSON James
Personal Estate £1,601
18 January Administration of the Personal Estate of James Jackson late of 71 and 83 Hall-street Dudley in the County of Worcester Wheelwright and Wagon Builder who died 4 November 1889 at 71 Hall-street was granted at Worcester to Ann Jackson of 71 Hall-street Widow the Reclict.

JACKSON Richard
Personal Estate £2,030 0s 4d
18 July The Will of Richard Jackson late of 9 Vaughton-street-South Birmingham in the County of Warwick Pawnbroker who died 4 July 1890 at 9 Vaughton-street-South was proved at Birmingham by John Singleton of 68 Field-street Everton in the City of Liverpool Brass Founder and Richard Alfred Davies of 42 Dundonald-street Bramall-lane Stockport in the County of Chester Warehouseman the surviving Executors.


1891

ANSELL George
Personal Estate £65.
14 December. Administration of the Personal Estate of George Ansell late of 177 St. Luke's-road in the City of Birmingham who died 29 November 1891 at 177 St. Luke's-road was granted at Birmingham to Annie Ansell of 177 St. Luke's-road Widow the Relict.

JACKSON Charles Henry
Personal Estate £409 15s
16 February. Administration of the Personal Estate of Charles Henry Jackson late of Norton Lindsay in the County of Warwick Farmer who died 26 October 1890 at Norton Lindsay was granted at Birmingham to Emily Ann Jackson of Norton Lindsay Widow the Relict.

JACKSON George
Personal Estate £15
19 January. The will of George Jackson late of 5 Union-street in the City of Coventry Gentleman who died 2 January 1891 at 5 Union-street was proved at Birmingham by Thomas Carter of Smithfield-street in the said City Jeweller the Sole Executor.

JACKSON Harriet
Personal Estate £502 12s 9d
3 April. Administration of the Personal Estate of Harriet Jackson late of 16 Wilson-road Birchfield Handsworth in the County of Stafford Widow who died 5 May 1889 at 16 Wilson-road was granted at Lichfield to Alfred Howes Jackson of 5 House 13 Court Holloway Head in the City of Birmingham Brewer the Son and one of the Next of Kin.

JACKSON John
Personal Estate £143 6s 8d
30 April. The Will of John Jackson late of Long-street Walsall in the County of Stafford Carpenter who died 17 January 1891 at the "Chain Makers' Arms" Green-lane Walsall was proved at Lichfield by Joseph Haynes of Long-street Licensed Victualler and William Jackson of Merry-hill Compton Wolverhampton in the said County Carpenter the Brother the Executors.

JACKSON Lucy
Personal Estate £291 13s 9d
20 June. Administration of the Personal Estate of Lucy Jackson late of 99 Three-Shires-Oak-road Smethwick in the county of Stafford Widow who died 24 May 1891 at 99 Three-Shires-Oak-road was granted at Lichfield to John Jackson of 153 Cape-hill Smethwick Merchant the Son and one of the Next of Kin.


1892

JACKSON Ann of 16 Algernon Street Walsall Staffordshire widow died 8 November 1892 Probate Lichfield 24 November to John Jackson cordwainer and Thomas Thornhill bridle cutter. Effects £1182 19s 7d.

JACKSON Ann of Walsall Wood Walsall Staffordshire widow died 8 October 1892 Probate Lichfield 13 December to William Jackson boilermaker and George Farley miner. Effects £2 3s 6d.

JACKSON Elias Thornicroft of Barford Warwickshire yeoman died 10 April 1892 Probate Birmingham 30 April to Thomas Fletcher market gardener. Effects £119 1s 11d.

JACKSON John of 44 Avenue Road Leamington Spa Warwickshire retired manufacturer died 22 April 1892 Probate Birmingham 20 June to Mary Hannah Jackson widow Alfred James Jackson touring agent and Ann Louisa Workman (wife of Joseph Reece Workman). Effects £1407 9s. 1d.


1893

JACKSON Ann of the "Plough" inn Shustoke Warwickshire (wife of Isaac Jackson) died 23 December 1892 Administration Birmingham 9 January to the said Isaac Jackson licensed victualler. Effects £50.

JACKSON Ernest of 8 Reynes-buildings Stafford-street Walsall Staffordshire manufacturer's clerk died 2 August 1893 at Park Lime Pits Rushall near Walsall Administration Lichfield 14 September to Herbert Jackson manufacturer's clerk. Effects £69 18s. Resworn May 1900 £978-4-8.

JACKSON Hannah of the Laurels Norton Lindsay Warwickshire spinster died 2 January 1893 Probate Birmingham 30 March to Jane Rawlins widow. Effects £221 10s.

JACKSON Mary Frances of Prospect cottage Balsall-Heath-road King's Norton Worcestershire widow died 23 November 1892 Probate Worcester 3 March to Thomas Grimley land agent and Isabella Ellen Hollis widow. Effects £193 18s.

JACKSON Peter Alfred of Scarborough villa Leamington Warwickshire retired surgeon died 24 December 1892 Probate London 5 April to Marion Jackson spinster. Effects £1042 1s. 1d.


1893

JACKSON Sarah Ann of the vicarage Newton-upon-Rawcliffe Yorkshire (wife of the reverend Frederick Jackson clerk) died 9 November 1893 Probate York 9 December to the said reverend Frederick Jackson. Effects £166 5s. 4d.

 

     BE IT KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

of Sarah Ann Jackson (wife of the Reverend Frederick Jackson) late of the Vicarage Newton upon Rawcliffe in the North Riding of the County of York

deceased, who died on the ninth day of November 18 93 ,

at Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid

     and who at the time of her death had a fixed place of abode at Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid within the District of the North and East Ridings of the County of York including the City of York and Amity thereof

was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice at York and that Administration of the person estate of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to the said Reverend Frederick Jackson of the Vicarage Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid Clerk Vicar of Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid the Husband of the said deceased the sole Executor

named in the said Will, he having been first sworn well and faithfully to administer the same.

     Dated the 9th day of December 18 93

Gross value of Personal Estate £ 166 - 5 - 4
Net value         "         "           £ 146 - 5 - 4

This is the last Will and Testament of me Sarah Ann Jackson of the Vicarage Newton-upon-Rawcliffe Pickering in the North Riding of the County of York I give and bequeath all my estate and effects real and personal of which I may die possessed or entitled to to my husband Frederick Jackson and I appoint the said Frederick Jackson the sole Executor of this my Will and I revoke all former Wills and Codicils Dated this fourth day of May 1892

Signed by the Testatrix in the joint presence of us who thereupon signed our names in her and each others presence

Sarah Ann Jackson

R. J. Thorp, Hovingham, York
M. L. Robinson, Seaton Carew

Proved at York the ninth day of December 1893 by the Oath of the Reverend Frederick Jackson Clerk Vicar of Newton upon Rawcliffe in the North Riding of the County of York the Husband the sole Eecutor to whom Administration was granted

The Testatrix Sarah Ann Jackson (Wife of the said Reverend Frederick Jackson) was late of the Vicarage Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid and died on the nine day of November 1893 at Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid

Gross value of personal estate £166 . 5 . 4

Extracted by T. S. Nobel Solr York


1894

JACKSON Caroline of 80 Fulham-road Sparkhill Worcestershire spinster died 20 January 1894 Probate Worcester 30 June to Amelia Jackson spinster. Effects £1590 12 6d.

JACKSON Eliza of 71 Lichfield-street Walsall Staffordshire widow died 23 December 1893 Probate London 24 January to Ellen Beatrice Berry (wife of Alfred Edward Berry) and Alfred Clarke ironmonger. Effects £3587 8s.

JACKSON John of the Whitehouse farm Norton Lindsay Warwickshire farmer died 4 January 1894 Probate Birmingham 21 February to John James Crowhurst veterinary surgeon and William Frederick Blakeman miller and baker. Effects £295 14s 9d.

JACKSON Paul of 22 Watery-lane Birmingham baker died 22 September 1893 Probate Birmingham 12 January to Alice Jackson widow and Thomas Payne baker. Effects £99 10s.


1895

ANSELL Alfred of 293 Albert-road Aston-juxta-Birmingham brewer's traveller died 9 December 1894 Administration Birmingham 19 March to Thomas Ansell brewer's traveller Effects £362 6s. 4d.

ANSELL William of Birmingham died 17 April 1895 at West Ham hospital Essex Administration Birmingham 20 June to Jean Ansell widow Effects £61.

BILLING Mary Ann of Catesby house Lapworth Warwickshire (wife of Henry Billing) died 9 June 1895 at Llandudno Carnarvonshire Probate Birmingham 1 July to Albert Billing farmer Effects £928 4s.

JACKSON Frederick of the "Bird-in-Hand" inn Aldermans green Foleshill Warwickshire licensed victualler died 3 December 1894 Administration Birmingham 19 January to Hannah Elizabeth Jackson widow. Effects £86.

JACKSON Samuel of Claverdon Warwickshire farmer died 12 December 1885 Probate Birmingham 12 December to Maria Jackson widow. Effects £630.


1896

JACKSON Elizabeth of 5 Temple-street Bilston Staffordshire (wife of Samuel Jackson) died 29 June 1895 Probate Lichfield 9 July to Clara Constance Beech spinster. Effects £10 4s.

JACKSON Frank of the "Royal Oak" 26 Martin-hill-street Dudley Worcestershire public-house manager died 9 September 1896 Administration Worcester 10 October to Edith Jackson widow. Effects £22 10s.

JACKSON Henry of 75 Vincent-street Balsall heath Worcestershire gentleman died 27 February 1896 Probate London 27 March to Joseph Bennett Clarke solicitor Joseph Butwell butcher and William Smallwood gentleman. Effects £587 11s 6d.

JACKSON James Frederick of Smethwick Staffordshire gentleman died 14 November 1895 Probate Lichfield 22 January to Elizabeth Jackson widow. Effects £96 10s.

JACKSON Elizabeth of 17 Lee-crescent Edgbaston Birmingham (wife of William Anthony Forrester Jackson) died 30 August 1896 Probate Birmingham 23 October to Josiah James Lynam schoolmaster and Herbert Fallows jeweller's traveller. Effects £786 2s 5d.

JACKSON Phoebe of Binton Warwickshire widow died 29 January 1896 Probate Birmingham 6 July to Jane Eliza Canning and Phoebe Martha Canning spinster and Selina Cooke (wife of William Jackson Cooke). Effects £1019 16s 6d.


1897

JACKSON Frederick of 12 Holley-lane Erdington Warwickshire gardener died 30 October 1897 at Birmingham-road Bromsgrove Worcestershire Administration Birmingham 25 November to Ellen Jackson widow. Effects £321 18s 7d.

JACKSON George of 2-court 2 Ellis-street Birmingham died 13 December 1896 at the Seven-street-schools Seven-street Birmingham Probate Birmingham 26 January to John Collins leather-whip socket-maker. Effects £1522 18s 7d.

JACKSON James of Perseverance-villa King's road Hay-mills Yardley Worcestershire farmer haulier and coal-dealer died 9 January 1897 Probate London 25 March to John Taylor J.P. James Tilsley farmer and William Henry Hull toy-dealer. Effects £173 15s.


1897

JACKSON Charles of Alcester-house King's Heath Worcestershire manufacturer died 30 August 1897 Probate Worcester 22 December to Sylvia Marian Jackson widow Lilly Jackson spinster and Charles John Lavington Hickling bank-manager. Effects £5486 16s 9d.

 

BE IT KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament
of
Charles Jackson of Alcester House, Kings Heath, in the County of Worcester Manufacturer
deceased, who died on the 30th day of August 18 97
at Alcester House aforesaid
and who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode
at
Alcester House aforesaid - within the District
of
the County of Worcester

was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice at Worcester - and that Administration of the personal estate of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to Sylvia Marian Jackson of Alcester House aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said deceased, Lilly Jackson of the same place, Spinster the Daughter of the said deceased and Charles John Lavington Hickling of the Bank House Moseley in the said County of Worcester, Bank Manager, the Executors
named in the said Will, they having been first sworn well and faithfully to administer the same.

Dated the 22nd day of December 18 97

Gross value of Personal Estate £ 5,486 . 16 . 9
Net value " " £ 1,554 . 5 . 8

        This is the last and only Will and Testament of me Charles Jackson of Alcester House Kings Heath in the County of Worcester Manufacturer. I appoint my Wife Sylvia Marian Jackson my Daughter Lilly Jackson and my friend Charles John Lavington Hickling of The Bank House Moseley in the County of Worcester Bank Manager to be the Executors and Trustees of my Will I bequeath to the said Charles John Lavington Hickling the sum of One hundred pounds for his trouble in executing the Office of Trustee and Executor of this my Will I give devise and bequeath all the real and personal Estate over which I shall have any disposing power at the time of my death to my Trustees with power to continue any investments existing at my death and at such time or times as they in their absolute discretion shall think fit so sell collect and convert my said real and personal Estate and to invest the produce of such sale collection and conversion in or upon any investment or security for the time being authorised by law for Trustees with power to vary any such investments And I declare that my Trustees shall stand seized and possessed of my said real and personal Estate and the moneys to arise from the sale collection and conversion thereof and the investments thereof hereinafter called "my trust Estate" As to one third part thereof Upon trust for my Wife Sylvia Marian Jackson absolutely to dispose of in any way she likes As to one other third part of my trust Estate Upon trust to permit my Wife to receive the Income actually produced therefrom during her life and subject thereto Upon trust for my Daughter Lilly Jackson for her separate use without power of anticipation And as to the remaining third part of my trust Estate Upon trust for my Daughter Lilly Jackson for her separate use without power of anticipation and this is my desire for their happiness I have no doubt that my Wife and Daughter will without it being obligatory upon them suitably educate and maintain my Niece Nellie Jackson Daughter of my deceased Brother George Henry Jackson As witness my hand this eleventh day of March One thousand eight hundred and ninety seven

Signed by the said Charles Jackson the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our hands as witness
Charles Jackson

        G A Barton, Solicitor, Birmingham
        Samuel Boden, Clerk to G F James & Barton, Solicitors, Birmingham

                On the twenty second day of December 1897 Probate of this Will was granted at Worcester to Sylvia Marian Jackson, Lilly Jackson and Charles John Lavington Hickling, the Executors.


1898

ANSELL Mary Ann of 22 Aston-lane Aston-juxta-Birmingham wido died 1 February 1898 Probate London 29 April to Thomas Spencer packer and Arthur Hugh Adcock solicitor Effects £799 16s. 9d.


1899

ANSELL Isaac of the "Shakespeare" tavern Crawford-street Saltley Birmingham beer-retailer died 28 April 1899 Probate Birmingham 18 May to Emma Eliza Parker Ansell widow Effects £284 9s. 6d.


1902

ANSELL John of 27 Langley-road Small Heath Birmingham died 22 May 1902 Probate Birmingham to Charlotte Sarah Harrison Ansell widow Effects £1547 15s. 2d.

GRAYLAND Elizabeth of 1 South-street Romford Essex spinster died 15 May 1902 Probate London 20 July to William Smith clerk to guardians and Frederic Wiffen Smith solicitor Effects £4875 15s. 2d. Resworn March 1903 £5336 11s. 11d.


1904

ANSELL Frederick Charles of 129 Bolton-road Small Heath Birmingham nail-cutter died 1 May 1904 Probate Birmingham 9 May to Ann Ansell widow Effects £138 17s.

ANSELL Louisa of Wylde Green-house Wylde Green Warwickshire (wife of William Ansell) died 5 March 1904 at Bournemouth Probate Birmingham 27 June to Harry James Clements gentleman and Edward Ansell brewer Effects £17566 6s. 6d.

ANSELL William of Wylde Green-house Wylde Green Warwickshire gentleman died 3 April 1904 at Bournemouth Probate Birmingham 27 June to Edward Ansell brewer James Ashton Fairhurst gentleman Thomas Ansell brewer and Harry James Clements gentleman Effects £248937 5s. 6d.


1907

GRAYLAND


JACKSON the reverend Frederick of the vicarage Newton-upon-Rawcliffe Yorkshire clerk died 31 December 1906 at 4 Robertson-terrace Hastings Probate York 3 June to Elizabeth Emily Jackson widow. Effects £211 14s 2d.

 

BE IT KNOWN that The Reverend Frederick Jackson of The Vicarage, Newton upon Rawcliffe in the North Riding of the County of York, Clerk,

who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode at Newton upon Rawcliffe aforesaid within the District of the North and East Ridings of the county of York, including the City of York and Ainsty thereof,
died on the
thirty first day of December 1 906 ,
at
4 Robertson Terrace, Hastings in the County of Sussex.

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last will and Testament

of the said deceased was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice at York,
and that administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to Elizabeth Emily Jackson of Number 135 Castle Road, Scarborough in the County of York, Widow, the relict of the said deceased, the sole Executrix

named in the said Will

Dated 3rd day of June 190 7

Gross value of Estate ... £ 211 . 14 . 2
Net value of Personal Estate £ nil debts

I The Reverend Frederick Jackson Clerk in Holy Orders Vicar of Newton upon Rawcliffe in the County of York hereby revoke all former Wills and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament I devise and bequeath all my Real and Personal Estate Unto my wife Elizabeth Emily Jackson if she shall survive me but if she shall die before me then I devise and bequeath the same to her Daughter Lilian Mary Rendell And I appoint my said wife sole Executrix of this my Will but if she shall die before me I appoint the said Lilian Mary Rendell as Executrix in her place In Witness whereof I have hereunto signed my name this seventeenth day of November One thousand nine hundred and five

Signed and acknowledged by the said Frederick Jackson as and for his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us both present at the same time who in his presence and in the presence of Each other have hereunto subscribed out names as witnesses.

Frederick Jackson

Henry Bertram Maingay
Surgeon 33 Queen St Scarborough

Thos Wm Outhet
Clerk to Messrs Cook & Fowler, Solicitors, Scarborough

On the third day of June 1907 Probate of this Will was granted at York to Elizabeth Emily Jackson, Emily, Widow, the sole Executrix.


1908

GRAYLAND


1909

GRAYLAND


1910

GRAYLAND


1911

BILLING Joseph of Newnham Cottage Park View-road Streetley Warwickshire died 27 November 1910 Probate Birmingham 25 January to Esther Mason Billing widow, Francis Billing printer and Martin Billing printers manager. Effects £4096 0s. 4d.

GRAYLAND William Charles Ernest of 4 Rothesay-place Edenbridge Kent died 6 January 1911 Administration London 30 January to Rose Emma Grayland widow. Effects £119.


1912

ANSELL Eliza of 15 Park-grove Ashford-street Birmingham spinster died 27 April 1910 Administration Birmingham 17 April to George Ansell jeweller. Effects £692 4s. Resworn Nil.

ANSELL George of 15 Park-grove Ashford-street Birmingham retired publican died 14 January 1912 Probate Birmingham 26 January to George Ansell jeweller and Samuel Ansell electro plate worker. Effects £3625 13s.

ANSELL Harriet of Alma Villa 1 Floyer-road Small Heath Birmingham (wife of George Ansell) died 5 January 1912 Probate Birmingham 26 January to the said George Ansell brewer's traveller and Edgar James Denham paper merchant. Effects £414 19s. 3d.

BILLING Henry of Oakhurst Lapworth Warwickshire gentleman died 20 April 1912 Probate Birmingham 18 June to Henry Billing and Leonard Joseph Billing wholesale printers and stationers and Harol Augustus Barnett stock and share broker. Effects £63540 7s. 3d.

GRAYLAND


1913

GRAYLAND


1914

GRAYLAND Albert Edward of 6 Beech-road Bourneville Worcestershire cashier died 3 January 1914 Administration Worcester 26 January to Louisa Mira Grayland widow. Effects £394 6s.


1917

BILLING Martin of 204 Alcester-road Kings Heath Birmingham retired printer died 4 September 1917 Probate Birmingham 6 October to Annie Billing widow and Frank Billing and Martin Billing printers. Effects £3566 9s. 4d.


1918

JACKSON Alice of 21b Chapel-street Blakenhall Wolverhampton (wife of Alfred Jackson) died 20 June 1918 Probate London 7 September to the said Alfred Jackson retired radiator maker. Effects £151 9s 10d.

JACKSON Florence Ada of 111 Lichfield-street Walsall Staffordshire widow died 9 November 1917 Probate Lichfield 22 May to Frank Deeley tube maker and William Meikle clothier. Effects £303 9s 11d.

JACKSON Francis Henry of Fern Bank Farm Berkswell Warwickshire died 29 January 1918 Administration Birmingham 25 February to Frances Ada Jackson widow. Effects £40.

JACKSON Frederick Thomas of the Sprink Stoke near Coventry manufacturer died 16 March 1918 Probate Birmingham 24 August to Frederick Hugh Jackson and Leonard Hatton Jackson manufacturers and Dorothy Dowse (wife of Walter Dowse). Effects $49958 17s 2d. Resworn £57190-1-11

JACKSON Frederick William of 133 Waterloo-road Wolverhampton died 17 September 1918 Probate London 30 October to Susan Jackson widow Harold Frederick Jackson land agent and Hubert St. John Jackson accountant. Effects £2020 18s 2d.

JACKSON George of 43 Berkeley-road south Earlsdon Coventry stationary engine stoker died 14 July 1918 Probate Birmingham 3 September to Mary Elizabeth Jackson widow and George Ward weighbridge clerk. Effects £137 12s 9d.

JACKSON Harry of 546 Stoney Stanton-road Coventry watchmaker died 15 May 1916 Administration Birmingham 27 February to Caroline Jackson widow. Effects £90 19s 4d.

JACKSON Horace of "Mayfield" Station-road Solihull Warwickshire second-lieutenant "C" company 16th Machine Gun Corps died 21 March 1918 in action in France Administration Birmingham 28 November to Walter Jackson manufacturer. Effects £398 17 3d.

JACKSON James of 37 Summer-lane Birmingham retired butcher died 22 June 1918 at the general hospital Birmingham Probate Birmingham 24 July to Benjamin Smallwood solicitor's managing clerk. Effects £3879 18s 2d.

JACKSON Martha of 189 High-street Dudley Worcestershire widow died 29 May 1918 Administration Worcester 19 August to Catherine Sarah Ward spinster. Effects £157 15s 6d.

JACKSON William Edgar of 80 Wednesbury-road Walsall Staffordshire died 13 January 1918 Probate London 21 February to Maria Jackson widow. Effects £210 7s 2d.


1918

JACKSON Sylvia Marian of Newington Dartmouth-road Paignton Devonshire widow died 12 June 1918 Probate Exeter 18 November to Charles John Lavington Hickling bank manager. Effects £5625 16s 10d.

 

BE IT KNOWN that Sylvia Marian Jackson of Newington, Dartmouth Road, Paignton in the County of Devon, Widow

who at the time of her death had a fixed place of abode at Paignton
within the District of the County of Devon
died on the 12th day of June 191 8
at Newington aforesaid

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last will and Testament

of the said deceased was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice at Exeter
and that administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to Charles John Lavington Hickling of Lloyds Bank Limited, New Street in the City of Birmingham, Bank Manager the sole Executor

named in the said Will

Dated 18th day of November 191 8

Gross value of Estate ... £ 5625 . 16 . 10
Net value of Personal Estate £ 5312 . 8 . 11

 

This is the Last Will and Testament of me, Sylvia Marian Jackson of Newington, Dartmouth Rd Paignton in the County of Devonshire made this Thirtieth day of May in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and eighteen. I hereby revoke all Wills made by me at any time heretofore. I appoint Charles John Lavington Hickling of Lloyd's Bank New St Birmingham to be my Executor and direct that all my Debts and Funeral Expenses shall be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease. I give and bequeath unto the said Charles John Lavington Hickling the sum of Fifty Pounds and to my niece Nellie Ganderton the sum of £2000 Two thousand pounds, and all the remainder of my property to my daughter Lillie Jackson

S. M. Jackson
Sylvia Marian Jackson

Signed by the said Testator Sylvia Marian Jackson in the presence of us, present at the same time, who at her request, in her presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses.

John Thompson. Sunny Croft. Paignton.
Margaret Popham Wrixon. South Eden. Paignton.

Affidavit of double execution filed.

On the eighteenth day of November 1918, Probate of this Will was granted at Exeter to Charles John Lavington Hickling, the sole Executor.


1919

ANSELL Arthur George of Liscard New-road Solihull Warwickshire second-lieutenant Royal Engineers died 25 April 1918 at No. 8 Red Cross Hospital Boulogne France Administration Birmingham 21 March to Arthur John Ansell assurance agent. Effects £202 9s. 1d.

ANSELL John of 68 Thornhill-road Handsworth Birmingham retired publican died 10 December 1918 Probate Birmingham 31 January to Emma Jane Cooke (wife of Robert Wolstenholme Cooke) and Francis Webb pencil case maker. Effects £7369 19s. 6d.


1920

ANSELL Harry Clements of Hollyfield Hollyfield-road Sutton Coldfield Warwickshire gentleman died 9 May 1920 Probate Birmingham 8 October to Albert Edward Ansell brewer and Charles York Flewitt M.D. Effects £109202 13s. 11d.

ANSELL William of 62 Bristol-road Edgbaston Birmingham manufacturer died 21 October 1919 at Bushwood Nursing Home St. James-road Edgbaston Probate Birmingham 8 March to Frank Ewen Ansell manufacturer Mabel Jessie Ansell spinster Jessie Ewen Ansell widow and Oliver Richard White chartered accountant. Effects £29664 5s. 4d.

GRAYLAND Agnes Elizabeth of 22 Butterton-road Rhyl Flintshire spinster died 5 December 1919 Probate St. Asaph 6 March to Alfred Lewis Jones solicitor. Effects £460 16s. 3d.


1922

GRAYLAND Elsie of 5 Sycamore-road Bournville Birmingham spinster died 22 November 1922 Administration Birmingham 7 December to Louisa Mira Grayland widow. Effects £122 10s.


1923

ANSELL Joseph of "The Oaklands" Wylde-green Sutton Coldfield near Birmingham and of 148 Edmund-street Birmingham solicitor died 12 October 1923 at "The Oaklands" Probate Birmingham 20 December to Thomas Ansell brewer and Derrick Ansell Clarke and Alfred Inman Sherwin solicitors. Effects £111451 2s. 10d.


1924

BILLING Matilda of Harborough House Lapworth Warwickshire widow died 11 December 1923 Probate Birmingham 6 February to Henry Billing printer. Effects £1299 4s. 10d.

GRAYLAND Henry of 72 Cooksey-road Small Heath Birmingham died 25 October 1924 Administration Birmingham 10 November to Florence Annie Hiley (wife of Albert Edward Hiley). Effects £191 0s. 2d.


1925

GRAYLAND


1926

BILLING Francis of Livery-street Birmingham died 16 May 1926 at 313 Hagley-road Birmingham Probate Birmingham 26 May to James Stark printer's manager. Effects £6869 12s. 6d.

GRAYLAND

JACKSON Annie Florence of 113 Grove-lane Handsworth Birmingham (wife of George Henry Jackson) died 1 August 1926 at 40 Claremont-road Handsworth Administration Birmingham 5 October to the said George Henry Jackson engineer. Effects £221 0s. 4d.


1927

ANSELL Charlotte Sarah Harrison of 144 Douglas-road Acocks Green Birmingham widow died 9 October 1926 Probate Birmingham 18 January to William Harrison retired ironmonger and Arthur Henry Baldwin railway official. Effects £596 16s. 1d.

GRAYLAND


1928

GRAYLAND Hannah of 10 Vale-road South Hook Surbiton Surrey (wife of William Grayland) died 7 April 1928 at 50 Kingston Hill Surrey Probate London 18 July to James Cadle fitter's accountant. Effects £43.

JACKSON Agnes of 100 Clifford-street Lozelles Birmingham widow died 23 March 1927 Administration Birmingham 16 February to Arthur Jackson silver spinner. Effects £48.

JACKSON Albert Alfred of 137 Ombersley-road Balsall Heath Birmingham died 11 April 1928 Administration Birmingham 28 April to Annie Elizabeth Jackson widow. Effects £109 3s 7d.

JACKSON Clara of 199 Heeley-road Selly Oak Birmingham (wife of George Jackson) died 20 October 1928 at Selly Oak Hospital Birmingham Administration Birmingham 7 December to the said George Jackson general labourer. Effects £426 15s 8d.

JACKSON Edwin of 49 Newhampton-road west Wolverhampton died 11 August 1928 at 460 Chester-road Erdington Warwickshire Probate Birmingham 17 September to William Edwin Jackson municipal clerk. Effects £396 5s 3d.

JACKSON Frances Ada of Mount Nod Farm Whoberley Coventry widow died 27 August 1928 Probate Birmingham 27 September to Frances Hilda Davies (wife of William Edward Davies). Effects £616 15s 11d.

JACKSON Henry Francis of 48 Ivor-road Sparkhill Bimingham died 17 August 1928 at Fairhaven Nursing Home Park-road Moseley Birmingham Probate Birmingham 20 September to Joseph John Jackson and Arthur Edwin Jackson gentlemen. Effects £5786 18s 10d. Resworn £6145 18s 10d.

JACKSON Henry Standley of 13 Cepeley-street Aston Birmingham died 29 November 1926 Administration Birmingham 10 January to Harriett Turner (wife of Thomas Waller Turner). Effects £103 16s 11d.


1929

BILLING Albert of Oak Slage Hatton Warwickshire died 19 March 1929 Administration Birmingham 16 May to Rose Lucy Billing widow and Henry Billing master printer. Effects £5086 19s. 11d.

GRAYLAND


1933

ANSELL Frederick Thomas of 44 Lozells-road Birmingham died 2 December 1932 Probate Birmingham 28 February to Flora Bramhall (wife of Albert Edward Bramhall) and Constance Evelyn Woodyatt (wife of James Woodyatt). Effects £898 0s. 3d.

GRAYLAND Sarah of 87 Lily-road South Yardley Birmingham widow died 16 December 1932 Administration Birmingham 19 January to Florence Annie Hiley widow. Effects £337 17s. 1d.


1934

ANSELL Alice Maude of 113 Gladstone-road Sparkbrook Birmingham (wife of William Herbert Giblin Ansell) died 7 August 1934 at 125 Middleton Hall-road Kings Norton Birmingham Administration Birmingham 13 September to the said William Herbert Giblin Ansell architect. Effects £305 12s. 7d.

ANSELL Samuel of 63 Anglesey-street Lozells Birmingham died 22 January 1934 Probate Birmingham 5 March to Samuel Arthur Ansell coal merchant. Effects £711 3s. 9d.

JACKSON George Henry of 24 Aubrey-road Hagley-road West Birmingham died 14 May 1934 at 77 Dudley-road Birmingham Probate Birmingham 8 June to Ada Honour Harriett Jackson widow. Effects £518 13s. 6d.


1935

ANSELL George of 202 Burbury-street Lozells Birmingham died 11 June 1935 Administration Birmingham 15 August to Emma Louisa Ansell widow. Effects £263 10s.

ANSELL Thomas of Kewstoke Barker-road Sutton Coldfield Warwickshire died 19 October 1935 at the Gogarth Abbery Hotel Llandudno North Wales Probate Birmingham 31 December to Arthur Edward Wiley managing director and William Pears Ansell of no occupation. Effects £92265 4s. 11d.

GRAYLAND


1936

ANSELL Jessie Ewen of 62 Bristol-road Edgbaston Birmingham widow died 26 August 1935 Probate Birmingham 24 February to Mabel Jessie Ansell spinster Frank Ewen Ansell manufacturer and Herbert William Lyde solicitor. Effects £7581 17s. 11d.

ANSELL Thomas Henry otherwise Thomas of 35 Carrington-road Small Heath Birmingham died 21 February 1936 at 18 Highcroft-road Erdington Birmingham Administration Birmingham 18 March to Thomas Arthur Ansell brass dresser. Effects £177 3s. 3d.

BILLING Leah Emily of 57 Moor Green-lane Moseley Birmingham (wife of Henry Billing) died 13 September 1936 at 184 Hagley-road Birmingham Probate Birmingham 29 October to the said Henry Billing master printer and Leah Mary Billing spinster. Effects £766 4s. 3d.

EMBLEY Priscilla Elizabeth of 554 Stratford-road Sparkhill Birmingham spinster died 25 July 1936 Probate Birmingham 10 October to Florence Elizabeth Jones and Priscilla Jones spinsters. Effects £803 3s. 4d.

GRAYLAND


1937

BILLING Sarah Mary of 313 Hagley-road Birmingham widow died 4 May 1937 Probate Birmingham 12 June to Phillis Ottey (wife of Bertram Charles Ottey) Hilda Mary Billing spinster and Edward Robert Bickley solicitor. Effects £21453 8s. 2d.

GRAYLAND


1938

GRAYLAND

JACKSON Fred of 15 Beckbury-road Weoley Castle Birmingham 29 died 12 January 1938 Probate Birmingham 9 April to Midland Bank Executor and Trustee Company Limited Jane Jackson widow and Henry Oscar Horton chartered accountant. Effects £2987 2s. 9d.

JACKSON Frederick Henry of 42 Oldfield-road Balsall Heath Birmingham 12 died 13 May 1938 Administration Birmingham 17 June to Mary Alice Jackson widow. Effects £198 7s.

JACKSON George Henry of 194 Burbury-street Lozells Birmingham 19 died 3 August 1938 Administration Birmingham 3 September to Albert Jackson sheet metal worker. Effects £428 4s. 9d.


1939

GRAYLAND Archibald Theodore of Little Beachborough near Folkestone died 28 March 1939 Probate London 21 April to Alice Lizzie Grayland widow. Effects £704 17s 6d.

GRAYLAND George of 2 Railway-cottages Shap Summit Shap Westmorland died 31 August 1939 at Preston Infirmary Preston Lancashire Administration Carlisle 13 October to George Grayland railway signalman. Effects £164 10s 4d.

JACKSON Ada Seline of Afonwen 1212 Warwick-road Acocks Green Birmingham widow died 23 July 1939 Probate Birmingham 14 October to William King pattern maker. Effects £726 10s 7d.

JACKSON Charles John of 97 Reservoir-road Edgbaston Birmingham 16 died 17 January 1939 Probate Birmingham 23 February to Albert Percy Booth Jackson cabinet maker. Effects £253 1s 9d.

JACKSON Edith May of 209 Victoria-road Aston Birmingham spinster died 24 March 1922 Administration Birmingham 27 April to Alice Maud Swain (wife of Frederick Joseph Swain). Effects £113 5s 7d.

JACKSON Ethel May of 41 Osborn-road Sparkbrook Birmingham 11 (wife of William Arthur Jackson) died 16 May 1939 at Taylor Memorial Home Showell Green-lane Birmingham 11 Administration Birmingham 14 June to the said William Arthur Jackson toolmaker. Effects £166 14s 8d.

JACKSON Frederick of 18 Starbank-road Small Heath Birmingham 10 died 4 April 1939 Administration Birminghham 6 June to Alice Jackson widow. Effects £177 12s.

JACKSON Harriet Jane of 53 Moor-street West Bromwich Staffordshire widow died 27 August 1938 Administration Birmingham 10 January to Francis Henry Widdonson Jackson slater and Doris Widdinson Richards widow. Effects £528 4s 10d.

JACKSON Harry Herbert of Mellish-road Walsall Staffordshire died 25 June 1939 Probate Birmingham 7 September to Gladys May Jackson spinster and Albert Victor Haden solicitor. Effects £7621 14s 10d.

JACKSON James of 209 Victoria-road Aston Birmingham died 12 December 1938 Administration Birmingham 17 April to Alice Maud Swain (wife of Frederick Joseph Swain). Effects £165.

JACKSON John of 10 St. Johns-road Harborne Birmingham died 24 October 1939 Probate Birmingham 5 December to Ellen Jackson widow. Effects £1463 16s.

JACKSON Joseph Arnold of 70 Chesterwood-road Kings Heath Birmingham died 19 April 1939 Probate Birmingham 12 July to Neville Jackson commercial traveller. Effects £2028 6s 6d.

JACKSON Reuben of 52 Stamford-road Handsworth Birmingham 20 died 30 April 1939 at the General Hospital Birmingham 4 Administration Birmingham 15 June to Thomas Alfred Jackson accounts clerk. Effects £121 5s 10d.

JACKSON Robert Miller of 52 Goldsmiths-road Kings Heath Birmingham died 10 July 1938 at 1a Raddlebarn-road Selly Oak Birmingham Administration Durham 21 August to Selina Jackson widow. Effects £49 5s 6d.

JACKSON (the elder) William Henry of 35 Manor-road Solihull Warwickshire died 27 December 1938 at 1 Lode-lane Solihull Probate Birmingham 10 February to Lloyds Bank Limited. Effects £358 16s 5d.

JACKSON William Henry of 35 Horse Fair Birmingham died 17 January 1912 Administration Birmingham 28 June to Harry Giles Jackson insurance clerk. Effects £84. Former Grant D.R. Birmingham 1 February 1912.


1940

BILLING Annie Lisetta of 126 Taylor-road Kings Heath Birmingham (wife of Martin Billing) died 25 February 1940 Administration Birmingham 15 May to the said Martin Billing retired printer. Effects £669 15s. 6d.

TALBOT Talbot Geoffrey of Grayland Park Farm-road Bromley Kent died 12 February 1940 at St. Brendas Private Hospital Bristol Somersetshire Administration London 5 April to Thomas Grayland Jackson company director. Effects £14120 17s. 7d. Resworn £14431 17s. 5d.


1941

JACKSON George Henry of 44 Sandy-lane Aston Birmingham 6 died 17 January 1941 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham 15 Administration Birmingham 12 February to Evelyn Martha Jackson spinster. Effects £132 2s 3d.


1943

JACKSON Arthur William of 2 Eyre-street Spring Hill Birmingham 18 died 22 November 1942 at 1959a Bristol-road South Rubery Birmingham Administration Birmingham 1 January to Arthur William Jackson capstan operator setter. Effects £1514 17s. 6d.

JACKSON Emily Katharine of The Trafalgar Nursing Home 19 Coppice-road Moseley Birmingham spinster died 27 July 1943 Probate Llandudno 24 November to Harold Louis Philips retired corn broker. Effects £274 0s. 8d.

JACKSON Florence May of 71 Sterndale-road Birmingham 22a (wife of George Harold Jackson) died 14 December 1942 at 77 Dudley-road Birmingham 18 Administration Birmingham 18 January to the said George Harold Jackson millwrights mate. Effects £146 1s. 3d.

JACKSON Frank Arthur of 116 Moor Park-road Northfield Birmingham 21 died 19 November 1942 on war service Administration Birmingham 23 February to Frank Jackson house furnisher and Laura Jackson (wife of the said Frank Jackson). Effects £256 15s. 4d.

JACKSON Frederick Harris of 29 Lupin-street Ashted Birmingham 7 died 30 March 1943 Administration Birmingham 14 September to Ada Jackson widow. Effects £633 6s. 3d.

JACKSON George Henry of 2 Jacksons-cottages Wisewood Loxley near Sheffield died 27 March 1942 Probate Llandudno 11 February to William Henry Rhodes grocer and provision dealer and Ada Oliver widow. Effects £1126 4s. 8d.

JACKSON John of 946 Bristol-road Selly Oak Birmingham 29 died 12 January 1943 at Oakfield Rest Home 92 Edgbaston-road Birmingham 12 Probate Birmingham 18 April to Lloyds Bank Limited Edwin Hicks Chemist and William Henry Tilley solicitor. Effects £5809 9s. 4d.

JACKSON Leah Rose of 233 Rocky-lane Perry Barr Birmingham 22b (wife of Walter Jackson) died 7 January 1943 Administration Birmingham 28 October to the said Walter Jackson maintenance engineer. Effects £297 1s. 10d.

JACKSON Reginald of 175 Portland-road Edgbaston Birmingham 16 died 31 October 1942 at The General Hospital Birmingham 4 Administration 6 May to Doris Evelyn Jackson widow and Cyril Golver manufacturer. Effects £2552 16s 1d.

JACKSON William of 11 Cubley-road Hall Green Birmingham died 12 April 1941 at Erdington House Birmingham Administration Birmingham 10 June to Gladys Gertrude Russell spinster. Effects £66 14s 9d.

JACKSON William Thomas otherwise William of 22 Victoria-road Handsworth Birmingham died 11 November 1942 Administration (with Will) Birmingham 25 March to Lucy Lavinia Withers widow. Effects £430 9s 4d.


1945

PURCHES Walter George of 24 Runnemede-road Egham Surrey died 12 February 1945 Probate Llandudno 13 December to Maud Mary Purches widow. Effects £435 8s. 4d.


1948

JACKSON George Henry of 296 Cooks-lane Tile Cross Marston Green Warwickshire died 2 September 1948 Administration Birmingham 25 November to Gladys Mary Jackson widow. Effects £1142 16s. 6d.

 

In His Majesty's High Court of Justice
The District Probate Registry at Birmingham

BE IT KNOWN that George Henry Jackson of 296
Cooks Lane Tile Cross Marston Green
Warwickshire

died there       on the     2nd               day of September 19 48

Intestate

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written Letters of Administration
of all the Estate which by law devolves to and vest in the personal representative of the said
intestate were granted by His Majesty's High Court of Justice at the District Probate Registry
thereof at
Birmingham

to Gladys Mary Jackson of 296 Cooks Lane
aforesaid the lawful Widow and Relict

of the said intestate

        And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered wherein it is shown that the
gross value of the said estate in
Great Britain
(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a Trustee and not beneficially) amounts
to £
  1142   .   16   .   6   and that the net value of the estate amounts
to £
    996   .   15   .   11

         Dated the 25th day of November 194 8


1948

JACKSON Laura of 1a Avondale-road Bromely Kent spinster died 18 October 1948 at 51 Park-avenue Bromely Probate Lewes 20 November to Barclays Bank Limited. Effects £4248 9s. 2d.

 

In His Majesty's High Court of Justice
The District Probate Registry at Lewes

BE IT KNOWN that Laura Jackson of 1a Avondale Road
Bromley Kent spinster formerly temporarily of
22 Wickham Avenue Bexhill on sea Sussex

died           on the 18th           day of October           19 48
at 51 Park Avenue Bromley aforesaid

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and
Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the
District Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice at
Lewes
and that Administration of all the Estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal
representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to

Barclays Bank Limited of 54 Lombard street
City of London the sole executor named in
the said Will

And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered wherein it is shown that the
gross value of the said Estate in Great Britain
           (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled
to as a Trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
4248-9-2
and that the net value of the personal estate amounts to £ 2805-2-2
And it is further certified that it appears by a Receipt signed by an Inland Revenue Officer on the said Affidavit that
£
76-8-10           on account of Estate Duty and interest on such duty has been paid.

         Dated the 20th day of November 19 48

          THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me LAURA
JACKSON care of 24 Runnemede Road Egham in the County of Surrey
Spinster but now temporarily residing at 22 Wickham Avenue
Bexhill-on-Sea in the County of Sussex
I HEREBY revoke all former Wills by me before at any time made
and declare this to be my last Will and Testament
I APPOINT Barclays Bank Limited (hereinafter called "the Bank")
to be Executor and Trustee of this my Will And I Declare that
the Bank shall be entitled (free of duty) to remuneration such
remuneration to be charged and borne in accordance with its
published terms in force at the date hereof and may without
accounting for any resultant profit act as Banker and perform
any service on behalf of my estate on the same terms as would
be made with a customer
I approve of Messrs. Willett and Phillips of 2 Western Road
Bexhill-on-Sea Sussex being employed as Solicitors in connection
with my estate with power for the Bank at its discretion to
consult any other Solicitor if it thinks fit
I GIVE AND BEQUEATH the following legacies :-
(1) To my sister Mrs. Maud Mary Purches of 24 Runnemede Road
Egham aforesaid the sum of Fifty pounds but if she shall pre-
decease me then I GIVE the said sum to her son Leslie Purches
(2) To my nephews Dennis Jackson and Sydney Jackson of Luton
the sum of One hundred pounds each
(3) To my nephew the Reverend Leslie Samuel Purches of Worksop
the sum of One hundred pounds
SUBJECT to the payment of my just debts and funeral testamentary
Expenses and duties I GIVE AND DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all the
rest residue and remainder of my estate as to two thirds thereof
to my nephew Marion Jackson Newcomb of Bromley absolutely and
as to the remaining on third thereof to my nephew Everett
Jackson Newcomb of Bromley absolutely IF however there shall
be only one of my said two nephews Marion Jackson Newcomb and
Everett Jackson Newcomb who shall be living at my death then
I GIVE AND DEVISE AND BEQUEATH the whole of my said residuary estate
unto such of my said two nephews Marion Jackson Newcomb and
Everett Jackson Newcomb who shall survive me
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my Will
this Twenty first day of February One thousand nine hundred
and forty five
           ----- LAURA JACKSON -----
SIGNED by the said Laura Jackson the Testatrix as and for her
Last Will and Testament in the presence of us both being present
at the same time who at her request in her presence and in the
presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as
witnesses
F. Ford M. Hewitt Clerks to Messrs. Willett & Phillips
Solicitors Bexhill on Sea

On the 20th day of November 1948
Probate of this Will was granted at LEWES


1950

PERCOX Lucy Angela of 433 Alcester-road South Birmingham 14 (wife of Joseph Henry Percox) died 13 March 1950 Administration Birmingham 26 August to the said Joseph Henry Percox sales manager. Effects £940 8s. 1d.


1951

GRAYLAND John of 142 Stratford-road Shirley Warwickshire died 6 November 1950 Probate Birmingham 29 January to Albert Edward Grayland chief cashier and Henry Charles Grayland retired insurance agent. Effects £1337 11s. 11d.


1952

JACKSON Lily May of Grayland Park Farm-road Bickley Kent (wife of Thomas Grayland Jackson) died 5 May 1952 Probate London 14 August to Midland Bank Executor and Trustee Company Limited. Effects £16681 17s. 9d.


1954

GANDERTON Howard Sims of Elbury Bradford-on-Avon Wiltshire died 29 September 1954 Probate Winchester 17 November to Nellie Ganderton widow. Effects £20165 0s. 8d.

GRAYLAND William of 213 Cooksey-road Birmingham died 3 July 1954 Administration Birmingham 29 July to Annie Elizabeth Plant (wife of Thomas Edwin Plant). Effects £447 1s. 10d.


1954

JACKSON Dennis Charles Prior of 37 Manor-road Luton Bedfordshire died 9 January 1954 at St. Marys Hospital Luton Administration London 4 February to Vera Nellie Jackson widow. Effects £911 17s. 10d.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The Principal Probate Registry

BE IT KNOWN that DENNIS CHARLES PRIOR JACKSON
of 37 Manor Road Luton Bedfordshire

died           on the     9th     day of     January       1954
at St Mary's Hospital Luton aforesaid

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written Letters of Administration of

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the Principal
all the Estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said intestate
were granted by the High Court of Justice at the Principal Probate Registry thereof to

VERA NELLIE JACKSON of 37 Manor
Road aforesaid the lawful window and
relict and only person now entitled to the
estate of the said intestate

     And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value
of the said Estate in Great Britain

(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a Trustee and not beneficially) amounts to
£
911 - 17 - 10

and that the net value of the Estate amounts to £ 844 - 14 - 4

     Dated the 4th day of February 19 54


1955

KING Florence Gwendoline of 13 Princes-avenue Petts Wood Kent (wife of Stephen Frank King) died 23 May 1955 at The Orpington Hospital Kent Probate London 4 August to the said Stephen Frank King solicitor. Effects £1995 0s. 11d.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The Principal Probate Registry

BE IT KNOWN that FLORENCE GWENDOLINE KING of 13
Princes Avenue Petts Wood Kent formerly of 11
Quebec Mansions Filsham Road St. Leonards
on Sea Sussex

died           on the     23rd     day of     May       19 55
at Orpington Hospital Orpington Kent

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the Principal
Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice and that Administration of all the estate which by
law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the
aforesaid Court to

STEPHEN FRANK KING of 13 Princes Avenue
aforesaid Solicitor husband of deceased
the sole executor named in the said Will

     And it is herby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value
of the said estate in Great Britain

(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to
£
1995-0-11

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 1907-15-8

     Dated the 4th day of August 19 55

I   FLORENCE GWENDOLINE KING of 11 Quebec Mansions, Filsham Road St.
Leonards on Sea Sussex hereby revoke all former Wills and Testamentary
dispositions made by me and by this my last Will made this 9th ninth day
of April One thousand nine hundred and forty one devise and bequeath all
my estate of whatsoever kind and wheresoever situated to my husband
absolutely and appoint him the sole EXECUTOR PROVIDED ALWAYS that if my
said husband shall be proved not to have survived me for the period of one
month then I declare the foregoing provisions shall not take effect and in
lieu thereof I devise and bequeath all my said estate unto Stephen King and
Aubrey Freeman King both of 210 Banbury Road Oxford and Alan Bruce Berry of
York House Great Charles Street Birmingham Solicitor UPON TRUST to give effect
(as nearly as practicable) to the instructions contained in the Schedule
hereto and appoint them to be Executors and Trustees hereof. ANY Executor
or Trustee being a Solicitor or other person engaged in any profession or
business shall be entitled to be paid all usual professional or proper
charges for business transacted, time expended and acts done by him or any
partner of his in connexion with the trusts hereof including acts which an
executor or trustee not being in any profession or business could have done
personally.

IN case of a deficiency of assets the said remuneration shall have priority
over the legacies hereby bequeathed.

THE SCHEDULE

Emily May King of 210 Banbury Road,Oxford, the said Aubrey Freeman King
and the said Stephen King in that order to be permitted to take the whole
or any part of my said estate in money ^or money's worth.

Subject thereto the whole of my estate or the residue thereof to be divided
equally between :-

Helen, the daughter of the said Alan Bruce Berry; Jennifer, the daughter
of William Horsfall Carter now of Catterick Hall, Didsbury, Manchester late
of Stony Green, Prastwood near Great Missenden in the County of Bucks;
Susan, the daughter of Muriel Jessie Dickenson (nee Parmee) the wife of
Rex Dickenson of The Lodge, Sunningwell near Abingdon in the county
of Berks, and Barbara, the daughter of Henry James Williamson of James
Street, Oxford, Chief Assistant of the said Stephen King.

Without in any way fettering the discretion of the said Emily May King,
Aubrey Freeman King and Stephen King it is my wish that they consider
the relative prosperity or otherwise of the beneficiaries and the value
of the benefit they would be likely to get from my estate.

- F.G.KING -

Signed by the above-named Florence Gwendoline King as her last Will
in the presence of us both present at the same time who in her presence
and the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses -
D.H.PHILLIPS 1 St. Helens Rd Hastings Incorporated Accountant -
F.J.TURK 5 Old London Road Hastings Local Government Officer -


1955

PURCHES Maud Mary of Vannadene The Friary Old Windsor Berkshire died 13 October 1955 Administration London 25 November to Walter George Purches. Effects £632 0s. 10d.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The Principal Probate Registry

BE IT KNOWN that MAUD MARY PURCHES of Vannadene The Friary Old Windsor Berkshire widow formerly of 38 Regency Square Brighton Sussex

died on the 13th day of October 19 55

at Vannadene aforesaid

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the Principal Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to

WALTER GEORGE PURCHES of 1 Allison Avenue Gillingham Kent senior draughtsman son of the deceased the sole executor named in the said Will

     And it is herby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain

(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £ 632 - 0 - 10

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 605 - 15 - 10

     Dated the 25th day of November 19 55

    I MAUD MARY PURCHES of 38, Regency Square in the County Borough of Brighton widow HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and Testamentary dispositions heretofore made by me and declare this to be may last Will which I make this 11th day of Oct One thousand nine hundred and forty eight.

1. I APPOINT my Son WALTER GEORGE PURCHES of 1, Allison Avenue Gillingham Kent to be the Executor and Trustee of this my Will.

2. I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH the whole of my real and personal estate of whatsoever nature and wheresoever situate unto my four children to said Walter George Purches Gladys Maud Woodward Leslie Samuel Purches and Arthur Raymond Purches in equal shares absolutely PROVIDED ALWAYS that if any child of mine shall predecease me leaving issue living at my death such issue shall take the share or shares to which this or her parent would have been entitled had he or she survived me and if more than one in equal shares absolutely.

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand the day and year first above written.

SIGNED by the said MAUD MARY PURCHES as her last Will in the presence of us both present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed out names as witnesses

M. M. Purches

Naomi Forth
    7 Water Road
        Hove
            Solicitor

Betty M Crenay
    7 Weston Road
        Hove

Clerk to Robert Breach & Co.


1955

PURCHES the reverend Samuel Leslie of The Vicarage Runham Great Yarmouth clerk died 7 August 1955 at The General Hospital Great Yarmouth Administration (with Will) Norwich 1 October to Winifred Kate Purches widow. Effects £1237 11s. 4d.


1956

GRAYLAND Henry of 84 Heather-road Birmingham 10 died 11 May 1956 Administration Birmingham 25 June to Annie Elizabeth Cox (wife of James Cox). Effects £742 15s. 6d.


1958

JACKSON Lilly otherwise Lily of Lower Trevance St. Issey Cornwall spinster died 5 November 1957 Probate Winchester 8 January to Lloyds Bank Limited and Nellie Ganderton widow. Effects £9464 1s 5d.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry at Winchester

BE IT KNOWN that LILLY JACKSON otherwise LILY JACKSON of Lower Trevance St.Issey Cornwall spinster formerly of "South Penarth" Truro Cornwall

died on the 5th. day of November 19 57

at Lower Trevance aforesaid

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

Winchester

and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to

Lloyds Bank Limited of 71 Lombard Street in the City of London and
NELLIE GANDERTON of Elbury Bradford-on-Avon Wiltshire widow the
executors named in the said Will

and it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain
(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
9464. 1. 5
and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 9396. 14. 2
and it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the said affidavit that £ 376. 15. 6 on account of estate duty and interest on such duty has been paid.

Dated the 8th day of January 19 58

 

THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me LILLY (otherwise LILY) JACKSON of "South Penarth" near Truro in the County of Cornwall
1.I HEREBY REVOKE all former wills and testamentary dispositions at any time made by me and declare this to be my last Will and Testament
2.I APPOINT Lloyds Bank Limited (hereinafter called "the Bank") and my cousin Nellie Ganderton (hereinafter called "my Trustees") to be Executors and Trustees of this my Will AND I DECLARE that the Bank shall be entitled (free of duty) to remuneration such remuneration to be a first charge on my estate and in accordance with the Bank's published terms in force at the date of entering on the trust and may without accounting for any resultant profit act as Banker and perform any service on behalf of my estate on the same terms as would be made with a customer AND I DECLARE that all moneys securities title deeds and documents relative to the trusts hereof shall be in the exclusive custody of the Bank (any other executor or trustee having proper facilities for inspection) and that in all registrations the Bank's name shall be placed first
3.I GIVE and BEQUEATH the sum of Fifty pounds free of duty to my friend Miss E W Taylor
4.I GIVE and BEQUEATH the sum of One hundred and fifty pounds free of duty to Edith Godfrey living with me at "South Penarth" aforesaid
5.(1)I ALSO BEQUEATH to the said Edith Godfrey if living with me at the date of my death an annuity of One hundred and fifty pounds for her life to commence from my death and to be considered as accruing from day to day but to be paid by equal monthly payments the first payment to be made at the end of one month after my death
(2)I DIRECT my Trustees to set apart as soon as conveniently may be and invest in their names in any on the investments hereinafter authorised with power to vary investments a sum the income whereof when invested shall be sufficient at the time of investment to pay the said annuity and to pay the same accordingly with power to resort to the capital of the appropriated fund whenever the income shall be insufficient and until such sum shall be so appropriated I charge my residuary personal estate with the said annuity but after appropriation my residuary estate shall thereby be discharged from the said annuity
(3)Subject to the payment of the said annuity the appropriated fund or so much thereof as shall not be required to make up any deficiency of income shall fall into and form part of my residuary estate and any surplus income of the appropriated fund shall be applied in the same manner as income of my residuary personal estate
5.ALL the rest residue and remainder of my real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever of or to which I shall be possessed or entitled at the date of my death or over which I shall have any general power of appointment or disposition by Will I GIVE DEVISE and BEQUETH unto the said Nellie Ganderton absolutely
6.SHOULD the said Nellie Ganderton at the date of my death have predeceased me then and in that event I GIVE DEVISE and BEQUETH all my said real and personal estate unto the Bank UPON TRUST as to both capital and income to pay and divide the same unto and between my second cousin Jean Huhbart and my second cousin the Reverend Leslie Purches or such one or more of them as shall survive me and if more than one in equal shares
7.SHOULD either of the said Jean Huhbart or Leslie Purches at the date of my death have died in my lifetime leaving issue who shall survive me and attain the age of twenty-one years such issue shall take through all degrees according to their stocks in equal shares if more than one the share or shares of and in my residuary estate which his her or their parent would have taken if living at the date or my death and having then or thereafter attained a vested interest and so that no issue shall take whose parent is living and so capable of taking
8.I DECLARE that all moneys liable to be or requiring to be invested under this my Will may be invested in any investment whether or not involving waste or subject to liability which my Trustees may in their absolute discretion consider suitable for investment of the said moneys or any part thereof as though my trustees were absolute owners of the trust property
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my Will this
4th day of February One thousand nine hundred and fifty-five

SIGNED by the said LILLY (otherwise LILY) JACKSON as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us both being present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses:-


1959

GRAYLAND John Thomas of 123 Manor Farm Road Birmingham 11 died 4 August 1959 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Administration Birmingham 1 December to Olive Hilda Grayland widow. Effects £597 17s. 10d.


1960

JACKSON Lilly Eva otherwise Lily Eva of 5 The Shambles Bradford-on-Avon Wiltshire spinster died 28 February 1959 at St. Martins Hospital Bath Probate Winchester 18 January to Gertrude Mabel Jackson spinster. Effects £2941 2s 11d.


1961

GRAYLAND Alice Hannah of Highbury Hall 100 Queensbridge Road Moseley Birmingham widow died 17 April 1961 Probate Birmingham 29 May to Langford Whiting insurance official. Effects £155 8s.


1962

PERCOX Joseph Henry of 310 Alcester Road South Kings Heath Birmingham died 30 November 1961 Probate Birmingham 29 January to Thomas Edward Adkins audit clerk. Effects £20158 19s.


1962

JACKSON Thomas Grayland of Hilders Farm Bough Beech Chiddingstone Edenbridge Kent died 23 January 1962 Administration London 15 May to Sylvia Lilly Fell single woman. Effects £46843 15s 10d.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The Principal Probate Registry

BE IT KNOWN that THOMAS GRAYLAND JACKSON of Hilders Farm Bough Beach Chiddingstone Edenbridge Kent

died there on the 23rd day of January 19 62

domiciled in England
intestate a widower

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written Letters of Administration of all the Estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said intestate were granted by the High Court of Justice at the Principal Probate Registry thereof to

SYLVIA LILLY FELL of Hilders Farm aforesaid single woman the lawful daughter and only person entitled to the estate of the said intestate

     And it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value of the estate in Great Britain
                      (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £ 46843 - 15 - 10
                                 And that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 45002 - 19 - 6
     And it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the said affidavit that £ 5123 - 11 - 0 on account of estate duty and interest on such duty has been paid.

Dated the 15th day of May 19 62


1963

GRAYLAND William of 3 Ryde Grove Birmingham 27 died 18 March 1963 Administration Birmingham 10 April to Ellen Elizabeth Grayland widow. Effects £262 12s.


1964

FELL Joseph Harold of Laburnum Cottage Thorverton Devon died 5 August 1964 at 97 Shelly Road Exmouth Devon Probate Exeter 19 November to George Thomas Roger company secretary and Michael Roberts solicitor. £17079.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry EXETER

BE IT KNOWN that JOSEPH HAROLD FELL of Leburnum Cottage Thorverton
Devon

died           on the     3rd     day of   August     19 64
at 97 Shelly Road Exmouth Devon

domiciled in England

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last
Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and
registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

EXETER

and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in
the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid
Court to
GEORGE THOMAS ROGERS of 13 Romenhurst Gardens Bromley Kent
company secretary and MICHAEL ROBERTS of 6 Narthernhay Place Exeter
Devon solicitor the Executors named in the said Will

and it is herby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown
that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain

            (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled
to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
17,079. 19. 0
and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 16,909. 4. 0
and it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the
said affidavit that £
2183. 12. 9 on account of estate duty and interest
on such duty has been paid.

     Dated the 19th day of November 19 64

T H I S IS THE L A S T   W I L L AND T E S T A M E N T of me
JOSEPH HAROLD FELL of Laburnum Cottage Thorverton in the County of
Devon Consultant Engineer - - - -

1. I REVOKE all prior testamentary writings and APPOINT George
Thomas Rogers of 13 Romanhurst Gardens Bromley in the County of
Kent and Michael Roberts of the city of Exeter Solicitor Executors
of this my Will - - - -

2. I BEQUEATH the following pecuniary and specific legacies free
of all duties :-

(a) To Canon Brown of the Roman Catholic Church Eden Grove
Holloway in the County of London the sum of Fifty pounds ~ -

(b) To Walter William Lack of "Cornerways" Bullen Street Thorverton
aforesaid my compactum and all my wearing apparel to dispose of
as he so wishes - -

(c) To my Sister Jemima Evelyn Lack the sum of Seven hundred and
fifty pounds - - -

(d) To my Sister Grace Matilda Harvey the sum of Five hundred pounds

(e) To my Brother Edward John Fell the sum of Two hundred and
fifty pounds - -

(f) To the said George Thomas Rogers the sum of Two hundred and
fifty pounds

(g) To my Godson Bruce Harvey~Wehlau of 35 Hollickwood Avenue
Friern Barnet London thesum of Two hundred pounds and my gold
wristlet stop-watch engraved "J,H.F." - - -

(h) To my Godson John Anthony Philip Mann of The Exeter Inn
Thorverton aforesaid the sum of Two hundred pounds and my
gold Dunhill Watch lighter engraved "J.H.F. from D.W.M." - - -

(i) To Cecil Arthur Leach of 17 Durnford House Bromley Road Catford
London the sum of One hundred pounds ~ -

3. I DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all the residue of my estate of - -
whatsoever description and wherescever situate unto my said Sister
Jemima Evelyn Lack and Daisy Violetta Ravaut C/o S. Japhet and
Company Limited Merchant Bankers 50 St. Swithins Lane in the County
of London in equal shares or if either of them should predecease me
then to the survivor of them absolutely But if both of them the said
Jemima Evelyn Lack and Daisy Violetta Ravaut shall predecease me
than I DEVISE AND BEQUEATH al1 the residue of my estate of
whatsoever description and wheresoever situate unto such of them
the said Canon Brown Walter William Lack Grace Matilda Harvey
Edward John Fell George Thomas Rogers Bruce Harvey-Wehlsu John
Anthony Philip Mann and Cecil Arthur Leach as shall be living at my
death in equal shares absolutely - - -

4. I DECLARE that any Executor of this my Will being a
Solicitor may be so employed in connection with the executor-
ship hereof and shall be entitled to charge and be paid his
usual and proper professional charges for business transacted
and acts done by him or any partner of his in connection with
the executorship hereof in the same manner as he would be
entitled to do if employed by my Executors not being himself
an Executor of this my Will - - -

5. I desire thet there shall be no mourning and no flowers
or letters at my death and that a notice of my death shall be
inserted in the Daily Telegraph - - -

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereto set my hand this Twentieth
day of November One thousand nine hundred and sixty two.

JHFell

SIGNED by the said JOSEPH HAROLD FELL the Teststor as and for
his last Will and Testament in the presence of us both
present at the same time who at his request in his presence
and in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our
names as witnesses.

J.M.Browning } Clerks to W.H.Howe &Co.
W.D.Bolt        }     Solicitors. Exeter.


1964

GRAYLAND Albert of 100 Queensbridge Road Birmingham 14 died 13 August 1964 at Selly Oak Hospital Birmingham Administration Birmingham 23 September to Winifred Iris Taylor (wife of James Taylor). £651.


1966

GANDERTON Nellie of Elbury Bradford-on-Avon Wiltshire died 26 September 1966 at Bradford-on-Avon District Hospital Wiltshire Probate Winchester 28 November to Lloyds Bank Limited. £45461.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry at Winchester

BE IT KNOWN that Nellie Ganderton of "Elbury" Bradford on Avon Wiltshire widow

died on the 26th day of September 19 66

at Bradford on Avon District Hospital Bradford on Avon aforesaid

domiciled in England

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament with a codicil thereto

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

Winchester

and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to Lloyds Bank Limited of Executor and Trustee Department (Account 103280) Bridge House Baldwin Street Bristol the sole executor named in the said Will

and it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain</P>

(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £ 45,461. 18. 0.

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 45,291. 3. 0.

and it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the said affidavit that £ 15,138. 4. 0. on account of estate duty and interest on such duty has been paid.

Dated the 28th day of November 1966

 

THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me NELLIE GANDERTON of "Elbury" Bradford-on-Avon in the County of Wilts Widow
1. I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and testamentary dispositions at any time made by me and declare this to be my last Will and Testament
2. I DESIRE to be cremated and my ashes buried in the same grave as my late husband in Great Chalfield Churchyard
3. I APPOINT Lloyds Bank Limited (hereinafter called "the Bank") to be Executor and Trustee of this my Will AND I DECLARE that the Bank shall be entitled (free of duty) to remuneration such remuneration to be a first charge on my estate and in accordance with the Bank's published terms in force at the date of my death and may without accounting for any resultant profit act as Banker and perform any service on behalf of my estate on the same terms as would be made with a customer. I approve of Messrs. Sylvester & Mackett of Trowbridge Wilts being employed as Solicitors in connection with my estate with power for the Bank to consult any other Solicitor if it thinks fit
4. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH the following pecuniary legacies free of duty namely :-
To the Reverend Hugh Michael Hocking the sum of One thousand pounds And I declare that should the said Reverend Hugh Michael Hocking have died in my lifetime leaving issue who shall survive me and attain the age of Twenty one years such issue shall take through all degrees according to their stocks in equal shares if more than one the legacy so given to the Reverend Hugh Michael Hocking as aforesaid
To Kate Purches the sum of Two thousand pounds And I declare that should the said Kate Purches have died in my lifetime leaving issue who shall survive me and attain the age of Twenty one years such issue shall take through all degrees according to their stocks in equal shares if more than one the legacy so given to the said Kate Purches aforesaid
To Amy Ann Braddick of 24 North Street Martock in the County of Somerset the sum of One thousand pounds
To A. Bodman of Staverton the sum of One hundred pounds
To Frank Bodman (the son of the said A. Bodman) the sum of One hundred pounds
To Mrs Moore of 2 Crown Court Bradford-on-Avon if still in my service and not under notice at the date of my death the sum of One hundred pounds
5. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH to Mrs Moore of 2 Crown Court Bradford-on-Avon if still in my service and not under notice at the date of my death an annuity of two hundred and eight pounds during her life by equal quarterly payments the first whereof shall be made three months after my death AND I DIRECT my Trustees to provide for the payment of the annuity by setting apart and appropriating such part or parts of my residuary estate as shall in my Trustee's opinion be sufficient by the income thereof to pay such annuity AND I DECLARE that when that has been done such annuity shall be wholly charged on the investments so appropriated in exoneration of the rest of my estate but that the capital of the appropriated investments my be resorted to in case at any time the income thereof is insufficient to pay any such annuity AND I FURTHER DECLARE that on the cesser of such annuity the appropriated investments shall revert to and form part of my residuary estate and that any surplus income arising from the appropriated investments shall be applied as income of my residuary estate
6. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH all my jewellery and articles of personal adornment to my nephew Everett Jackson Newcomb and without imposing any express trust I DECLARE him to distribute the same amongst my friends and relatives in accordance with my wishes which have been or will be made known to him
7. I DIRECT my Trustees to offer within three months on my death my furniture plate and articles of household domestic or personal use to the residuary Legatees hereinafter named they selecting such articles as they may desire at a valuation to be made by the Bank or a qualified Valuer selected by them
8. ALL the rest residue and remainder of my real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever of or to which I shall be possessed or entitled at the date of my death or over which I shall have any general power of appointment or disposition by Will (including any furniture plate and articles of household domestic or personal use not otherwise disposed of) I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH unto the Bank UPON TRUST to sell call in and convert into money such part or parts thereof as shall not consist of money with full power to postpone such sale calling in and conversion for such a period as my Trustees in their absolute discretion may think fit and after payment of my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts (and the legacies bequeathed by this my Will or and Codicil hereto) TO HOLD the residue of the said moneys (hereinafter called "my residuary trust funds") upon the following trusts that is to say:-
As to one fourth part or share thereof UPON TRUST for my said brother-on-law Henry Yorke Ganderton absolutely
As to one further fourth part or share thereof UPON TRUST for my nephew the said Everett Jackson Newcomb absolutely
As to one further fourth part or share thereof UPON TRUST for my nephew Arthur Raymond Purches
As to one further fourth part of share thereof UPON TRUST for my nephew Sidney Jackson absolutely
9. (1) SHOULD either of the said Henry Yorke Ganderton Everett Jackson Newcomb Arthur Raymond Purches or Sidney Jackson at the date of my death have died in my lifetime leaving issue who shall survive me and attain the age of twenty one years such issue shall take through all degrees according to their stocks in equal shares if more than one the share or shares of and in my residuary trust funds which his her or their parent would have taken if living at the date of my death and having then or thereafter attained a vested interest and so that no issue shall take whose parent is living and so capable of taking
(2) SHOULD either or any of the said Henry Yorke Ganderton Everett Jackson Newcomb Arthur Raymond Purches or Sidney Jackson at the date of my death have died in my lifetime without leaving issue who shall survive me and attain the age of twenty one years then and in that event the share or shares which such deceased person or persons would have taken of and in my residuary trust funds had he or they survived me shall be held by the Bank upon the same trusts as are hereinbefore declared of and concerning the remainder of my residuary trust funds
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my Will this
ninth day of June One thousand nine hundred and sixty-six
SIGNED by the said NELLIE GANDERTON as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us both being present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses:-

N. Ganderton

J. E. Harding
B M
Clerks to Messrs Sylvester & Mackett, Solicitors, Trowbridge

 

I NELLIE GANDERTON of "Elbury" Bradford-on-Avon in the County of Wilts Widow declare this to be a first Codicil to my Will which Will bears date the ninth day of June One thousand nine hundred and sixty-six
WHEREAS by my said Will I have given devised and bequeathed all the residue of my real and personal estate to the Bank upon trust to sell call in and convert the same into money
1. NOW I DECLARE that in exercising the said trust for sale the Bank shall so far as my freehold property known as "Elbury" Bradford-on-Avon aforesaid in which I now reside is concerned within three months of my death offer the same to my residuary legatees in such order as they may decide in their absolute discretion at a valuation to be made by the Bank or a qualified Valuer selected by then AND I DECLARE that each of such residuary legatees shall have one month from the date of the receipt of such notice in which to exercise the same
2. THE foregoing options are personal to my residuary legatees only and shall not be exercisable by any other person (including their respective personal representatives) after their respective deaths
3. IN all other respects I CONFIRM my said Will
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fifteenth day of August One thousand nine hundred and sixty-six
SIGNED by the said NELLIE GANDERTON as and for a Codicil to her last Will and Testament in the presence of us both being present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed out names as witnesses:-

N. Ganderton

        J. E. Harding
        B M
        Clerks to Messrs Sylvester & Mackett, Solicitors, Trowbridge


1966

GANDERTON Nellie Marian of 16 Richmond Park Avenue Bournemouth died 29 July 1966 at The Royal Victoria Hospital Boscombe Bournemouth Administration (with Will) Winchester 21 September to David Robert Ganderton civil servant £9388.


1968

JACKSON Edwin Cecil of 11 Berwood Farm Rd Sutton Coldfield died 8 November 1967 Probate Birmingham 5 January £6683.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry BIRMINGHAM

BE IT KNOWN that EDWIN CECIL JACKSON of 11
Berwood Farm Road Sutton Coldfield
Warwickshire

died           on the     8th     day of   November     19 67
at Forge Garage Bradford Road Castle
Bromwich Warwickshire

domiciled in England

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last
Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and
registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

BIRMINGHAM

and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in
the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid
Court to
DONALD MEGSON ERRINGTON of 37
Birch Croft Erdington Birmingham youth
hostel association regional secretary
the sole executor named in the said Will

and it is herby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown
that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain

            (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled
to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
6663 - 3 - 0

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 6524 - 1 - 0

and it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the
said affidavit that £
353 - 15 - 0 on account of estate duty and interest
on such duty has been paid.

     Dated the 5th day of January 19 68

This is the last Will

AND   TESTAMENT

of me

EDWIN CECIL JACKSON of 11 Berwood Farm Road Sutton Coldfield
in the County of Warwick Manager

1. I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and Testamentary
Dispositions made by me

2. I APPOINT my son in law DONALD MEGSON ERRINGTON of
37 Birch Croft Erdington in the City of Birmingham to be sole
Executor of this my Will

3. SUBJECT to the payment of my just debts and funeral and
testamentary expenses and to my Wife Annie Jackson surviving
me for a period of Twenty eight days I GIVE DEVISE AND
BEQUEATH
the whole of my Estate both real and personal
whatsoever and wheresoever to her for her own use and benefit
absolutely

4. IN THE EVENT of my said Wife not surviving me for a
period of Twenty eight days as aforesaid then the following
provisions shall apply

5. I BEQUEATH the following pecuniary legacies free of all
duty payable upon or by reason of my death :-

(a) The sum of One hundred pounds to my brother Harold
Alfred Jackson of 77 Whitehall Road Handsworth Birmingham
aforesaid

(b) The sum of One hundred pounds to the trustees of the
Erdington Congregational Church for their general purposes
the receipt of whose Treasurer for the time being shall be a
good discharge to my Executor

(c) I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH the whole of the remainder
of my Estate both real and personal whatsoever and wheresoever
to my daughter Sylvia Anne Errington of 37 Birch Croft
aforesaid for her own use and benefit absolutely

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand this
Tenth day of March   One thousand nine hundred and
sixty four    
Edwin Cecil Jackson

SIGNED by the said EDWIN CECIL JACKSON as and for his last
will in the presence of us both present at the same time
who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each
other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses


1970

JACKSON Nellie of 37 Manor Rd Luton died 21 June 1970 Probate Oxford 11 August. £5192.


1972

JACKSON Charles Hayward of 54 Braemar Dr Highcliffe Christchurch Hants died 16 December 1971 Probate Winchester 29 March. £23996.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry at WINCHESTER

BE IT KNOWN that CHARLES HAYWARD JACKSON of 54 Braemar Drive Highcliffe Christchurch Hampshire

 

died on the 16th day of December 1971

 

domiciled in England and Wales

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

WINCHESTER

and Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to JOHN ROGER TRUMAN of 374 Lymington Road Highcliffe and GORDON ROY WILKINSON of 52 Rockbourne Avenue Woolton Liverpool the executors named in the said will

 

and it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown that the gross value of the said estate in the United Kingdom

(exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £ 23996.61

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 23867.46

and it is further certified that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer on the said affidavit that £ 2110.76 on account of estate duty and interest on such duty has been paid.

Dated the 29th day of March 19 72

This is the last Will and Testament of me, CHARLES HAYWARD JACKSON of 54 Braemar Drive, Highcliffe, Christchurch in Hampshire

1. I HEREBY REVOKE all Wills and testamentary dispositions at any time heretofore made by me

2. I APPOINT JOHN ROGER TRUMAN of 374 Lymington Road, Highcliffe, Christchurch in Hampshire - Solicitor and GORDON ROY WILKINSON of 52 Rockbourne Avenue, Woolton in Liverpool to be the Executors and Trustees of this my Will

3. I GIVE AND DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all my real and personal property whatsoever and wheresoever (subject to the payment of just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and death duties) unto my wife DOROTHY FRANCES JACKSON absolutely provided she shall survive me by at least twenty-eight days

4. IF my said wife shall not survive me as aforesaid then I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH my real and personal property whatsoever and wheresoever (subject as aforesaid) unto my two daughters JOAN MARGARET JACKSON and JUDY WENDY WILKINSON in equal shares absolutely

5. ANY Executor or Trustee for the time being hereof being a Solicitor or other person engaged in any profession or business shall be entitled to charge and be paid in priority to all other dispositions contained herein all usual professional or other charges for business done by him or his Firm in connection with the proving hereof or the execution of the trust hereof and whether in the ordinary course of his profession or business or not and including business which an Executor or Trustee not being engaged in a professional business could have transacted

6. I DESIRE that my remains be cremated

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 19 day of January 1965

SIGNED by the said CHARLES HAYWARD JACKSON the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the joint presence of us who in his presence and in that of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses


C H Jackson


1972

NEWCOMB Everett Jackson of 27 Watford Rd Radlett Herts died 27 April 1972 Probate Ipswich 31 July. £61252.

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry at IPSWICH

BE IT KNOWN that EVERETT JACKSON NEWCOMB of 27 Watford Road
Radlett Hertfordshire

died           on the     27th     day of   April     19 72

domiciled in     England and Wales

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last
Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and
registered in the District Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice at

IPSWICH

and that Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in
the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court
to
LLOYDS BANK LIMITED of Executor and Trustee Department (Account
No. 106645) P.O. Box 116 165 The Parade Watford Hertfordshire the
sole Excecutor named in the said Will

and it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown
that the gross value of the said estate in Great-Britain  
the United Kingdom

(exclusive af what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled
to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
61252.31

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 50713.15

and it is further certlhed that it appears by a receipt signed by an Inland Revenue officer an the
said affidavit that £
3396.29           on account of estate duty and interest
on such duty has been paid.

Dated the 31st   day of       July       19 72

This is the last Will AND TESTAMENT of me
EVERETT JACKSON NEWCOMB of Greyland House 27 Watford Road Radlett Hertfordshire
Company Director WHEREBY I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and testamentary
dispositions made by me

1. I APPOINT LLOYDS BANK (hereinafter called "the Bank") to be the
Executor and Trustee of this my Will and I Declare that the Bank's terms and
conditions for acting as Executor and Trustee (including the scale of remuneration)
last published before the date of my death shall apply with power to charge
remuneration in accordance with any later published terms of the Bank for the
time being in force

2. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH all my property of whatsoever kind and wheresoever
situate both real and personal unto my wife HELEN MARGARET NEWCOMB absolutely
Provided that if she shall not survive me for the period of one month from the
date of my death then the foregoing provision shall not take effect and in lieu
thereof (but not otherwise) I direct that the following provisions of this my
Will shall take effect

3. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH (free of duty) four weeks pay unto all or my household
staff

4. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH (free of duty) all of my clothing jewellery and personal
effects unto KENNETH STEWART of Dornoch Ashdown Road Forest Row Sussex absolutely

5. I GIVE AND BEQUEATH (free of duty} to IAN RAYMOND HEPWORTH PURCHES of 21
Radlett Park Road Radlett Herfordshire my six Fruit Dishes and two Compotes (one
repaired) from a Chamberlain Worcester Blue Lily Pattern Dessert Service

6. I DIRECT that JEAN SARJEANT of Westbury Cottage Westbury Road Bickley Kent
the said KENNETH STEWART and ROSEMARY ANN SHORT of "Squirrels" Sandisplatt Road
Maidenhead Berkshire (being the Residuary Legetees hereinafter mentioned) shall
have a first option to purchase all or any of my household effects AND I FURTHER
DIRECT
that in the event of any such option as aforesaid being exercised it shall
be in accordance with the valuation obtained by the Bank for Probate purposes and
in the event of any dispute arising between any of the Legatees the Bank's
decision shall be final

7. I DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all my real property and the residue of my personal
property not hereinbefore specifically bequeathed unto the Bank UPON TRUST to sell
call in and convert the same into money with power to postpone the sale calling in
and conversion thereof so long as it shall in its absolute discretion think fit
without being liable for loss and after payment thereout of my debts and funeral
and testamentary expenses to invest the net proceeds thereof in such investments
as it shall in its absolute discretion think fit without being liable for loss
and to stand possessed of such investments and all other parts of my estate for
the time being unsold and my ready money upon the following trusts:-

(a) To pay use following pecuniary legacies free of duty:-

(i) To Mrs. KATE PURCHES of Landfall Tilmore Petersfield Hampshire the
sum of TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS (£2,500)

(ii) To Miss LESLEY JOAN CLARKSON of 6 Mandeville Close Broxbourne
Hertfordshire the sum of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS (£l,OOO) upon her
attaining Eighteen years of age or marrying under that age absolutely

(iii) To RUPERT SHORT of "Squirrels" Sandisplatt Road Maidenhead
Berkshire the sum of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS (£l,OO0) on his attaining
Eighteen years oF age or marrying under that age absolutely

(iv) To Mrs. A.M. KNIGHT of 146 Stanborough Avenue Boreham Wood
Hertfordshire in the event of her still being employed by me at
the date oF my death the sum of FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS (£5,000)

(v) To Mr. E.C. JORDAN of 3 North Riding Bricket Wood Hertfordshire in
the event of his still being employed by me at the date of my death
the sum of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS (£l,OOO)

(vi) To Mrs. G. BROWN of Old Rectory Cottage London Road Shenley
Hertfordshire in the event of her still being employed by me at the
date of my death the sum of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS (£lOO)

(b) After payment of the aforesaid pecuniary legacies to divide the residue
between the said JEAN SERJEANT the said KENNETH STEWART and the said ROSEMARY
ANN SHORT
in equal shares as tenants in common absolutely and in the event of
either one of the said Jean Sarjeant the said Kenneth Stewart or the said
Rosemary Ann Short predeoeasing me the residue shall pass to the survivor of
them absolutely or if more than one survivor then in equal shares as tenants in
common absolutely

8. IT IS MY WISH that my body shell be cremated and that after cremation my
ashes shall be placed in the joint grave which my said Wife Helen Margaret
Newcomb will arrange to be available for her own eventual burial or in the event
of my said Wife having predeceased me that my ashes shall be placed beside my
Wife's body in such a joint grave

9. THE BANK shall have power to pay or apply any money liable to be invested
and forming part of the estate or trust fund in the purchase of or in lending
upon the security of any form of property whatsoever or wheresoever as if the
Bank were a single absolute owner thereof and whether or not the making of such
payment or application amounts strictly to the investment of the money so paid
or applied and the Bark snall have liberty to vary and transpose such investments
from time to time as it shall in its absolute discretion think fit

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Thirteenth   day of
October   One thousand nine hundred and seventy-one

SIGNED by the above named EVERETT   )
JACKSON NEWCOMB as his last Will    )    
E Newcomb
in the presence of us both present  )
at the same time who at his request )
in his presence and in the presence )
of each other have hereunto         )
subscribed our nmes as witnesses:-  )

Anthony A.Raudun
Solicitor
St Albans

Joan Rees
51 Frogman Carman South
St. Albans, Herts
Secretary


1972

PURCHES Arthur Raymond of Flat 7 Brendon Ct The Avenue Radlett Herts died 11 February 1972 Probate London 25 April. £20958.


1973

GRAYLAND, Nellie of 19 Westholme Croft Bournville Birmingham died 9 February 1973 Probate Birmingham 19 March £8673.


1974

PURCHES, Walter George of 1 Allison Av Gillingham Kent died 1 February 1974 Administration with Will Brighton 29 March £960.

 

In the High Court of Justice

          The District Probate Registry at BRIGHTON

BE IT KNOWN that WALTER GEORGE PURCHES of 1 Allison
Avenue Gillingham Kent

who died on the     1st     day of   February     19 74

domiciled in   England and Wales

made and duiy executed   his       last Will and Testament
That Lloyds Bank Limited the sole Executor named in
the said Will has renounced probate thereof

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written Letters of
Administration with the Will

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the estate which by law devolves
to and vests in the persona! representative of the said deceased were granted by the
High Court of Justice at the District Probate Registry thereof at  
BRIGHTON

to   Mrs EVA MAUD PURCHES of 1 Allison Avenue aforesaid
the reeiduary legatee and devisee named in the said will

And it is hereby certified that an Inland Revenue affidavit has been delivered wherein it is shown
that the gross value of the said estate in the United Kingdom

        (exclusive af what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled
to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £
960.30

and that the net value of the estate amounts to £ 858.65

    Dated the 29th   day of       March           19 74

THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me WALTER GEORGE PURCHES of 1 Allison
Avenue Gillingham in the County of Kent

1. I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and Testamentary Diepositions made by me

2. I APPOINT LLOYDS BANK LIMITED (hereinafter called "the Bank") to be
the Executor and Trustee of this my Will and I DECLARE that the Bank's terms
and conditions for acting as Executor and Trustee (including the scale of
remuneration) last published before the date of my death shall apply with power
to charge remuneration in accordance with any later published terms of the Bank
for the time being in force

3. I APPROVE of BOOTH HEARN STRATTON & ROBERTS of Lloyds Bank Chambers
84 Watling Street Gillingham in the said County of Kent being employed as
Solicitors in connection with my estate with power for the Bank to consult any
other Solicitors if it thinks fit

4. IF my Wife EVA MAUD PURCHES shall survive me for the period of 14 days
I DEVISE AMD BEQUEATH all my estate of whatsoever kind and wheresoever situate
to my wife absolutely

5. IF my said Wife shall predecease me or shall not survive me for the
period aforesaid I DIRECT that Clause 4 hereof shall not take effect and this
my Will shall be construed and take effect as if the same Clause 4 had been
wholly omitted therefrom and that the following clauses of this my Will shall
have effect

6. INSOFAR as may be necessary and for the avoidance of doubt I DIRECT that
if my Wife shall survive me for a period of less than 14 days then the income
of my estate accruing from the date of my death until the date of the death
of my wife shall be accumulated and form part of my residuary estate

7. I DEVISE AND BEQUEATH unto the Bank all my real and personal estate
wheresoever and whatsoever UPON TRUST to convert into money all such parts
thereof as shall not be money and to divide the net proceeds of such conversion
and all ready money (hereinafter called "the Trust Fund") among such of them
my children OWEN PURCHES JOSEPHINE MANSELL and LORNA EASTWOOD as shall survive
me in equal shares PROVIDED THAT if any child of mine shall predecease me
leaving children living at my death who attain the age of eighteen years such
issue shall take through all degrees according to their stocks and if more than
one then equally between them the share in the Trust Fund which their parent
would have taken if such parent had attained a vested interest and so that no
issue shall take whose parent is living and so capable of taking

8. THE Bank may in its absolute discretion permit any of my said children to
take any item of my personal belongings or household goods in partial disoharge
of the share of the Trust Fund due to such child of mine at a valuation to be
determined in the absolute discretion of the Bank

9. THE Bank shall have power to pay or apply any money liable to be invested
and forming part of the estate or Trust Fund in the purchase of or in lending
upon the security of any form of property whatsoever or wheresoever as if the
Bank were a single absolute owner thereof and whether or not the making of such
payment or application amounts strictly to the investment of themoney so paid or
applied

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this nineteenth
day of  
March       One thousand nine hundred and seventyone.

SIGNED by the above named  )
WALTER GEORGE PURCHES as   )
and for his last Will in   )
the presence of us both    )    
W G Purches
being present at the same  )
time who at his request in )
his presence and in the    )
presence of each other     )
have hereunto subscribed   )
our names as witnesses.    )

David Roberts
Solicitor - Gillingham
Kent

Oanogh M Sheridan
Solicitor's Clerk
Gillingham Kent


1976

WOODWARD, Gladys Maude of Fauns Glen The Friary Old Windsor died 18 February 1976 Administration with Will London 19 July £174.


1991

NEWCOMB, Helen Margaret of Graylands Worsted Lane East Grinstead W Sx died 27 July 1991 Probate Brighton 10 October £378646.

 

In the High Court of Justice

The District Probate Registry at Brighton

BE IT KNOWN that HELEN MARGARET NEWCOMB of Graylands
Worsted Lane East Grinstead West Sussex

died on           the     27th     day of   July     19 91

domiciled in

  England and Wales

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament

(a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the said
Registry of the High Court of Justice

and Administration of all the estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative
of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to

KENNETH STEWART of Farm Cottage Trevarrick
St Merryn Padstow Cornwall one of the
executors

    it is hereby certified that it appears from information supplied on the application for this grant that the gross value of
the said estate in the United Kingdom

does not exceed/amounts to £ 378646.00         and that the net value of such estate
does not exceed/amounts to £
376420.00

Dated the   10th   day of   October       19 91

This is the last Will and Testament

- of me -

HELEN MARGARET NEWCOMB of Graylands Worsted Lane East Grinstead West Sussex

1. I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills and testamentary dispositions made
me and DECLARE this to be my last Will

2. I APPOINT my brother KENNETH STEWART of Dornoch Ashdown Road Forest
Row East Sussex and the senior partner at the date of my death in the firm
of Whitley Hughes & Luscombe Solicitors of 1 & 2 Judges Terrace East Grinstead
West Sussex (hereinafter referred to as "my Trustees") to be the Executors
and Trustees of this my Will

3. I GIVE to my said brother Kenneth Stewart my late husband's Patek Phillippe
wrist watch free of all Capital Transfer Tax and all other (if any) taxes
and duties payable by reason of my death

4. GIVE the following pecuniary legacies free of Capital Transfer Tax and
all other (if any) taxes and duties payable in consequence of my death

(a) To LORRAINE MARTYN-WALKER of 22 Collingwood Avenue Hazelwood Park
South Australia the sum of One thousand pounds

(b) To DIANA LYLE of 28 The Cloisters St. Johns Road St Leonards-on-Sea
West Sussex the sum of One thousand pounds

(c) To MARY WEHNER of 7 Church Road Thorpeness Suffolk the sum of One
thousand pounds

(d) To KATE PURCHES of 3 Tynedale View Hexham Northumberland the sum
of Five thousand pounds

(e) To my said brother Kenneth Stewart the sum of five thousand pounds

(f) To ROSEMARY ANN SHORT of Porlock House Withybed Lane Inkberrow Worcs.
the sum of Five thousand pounds

(g) To HENRY SHORT of Porlock House Withybed Lane Inkberrow Worcs.
the sum of Five thousand pounds

(h) To RUPERT SHORT of Porlock House Withybed Lane Inkberrow Worcs.
the sum of Two thousand five hundred pounds

(i) To FIONA SHORT of Porlock House Withybed Lane Inkberrow Worcs.
the sum of Two thousand five hundred pounds

(j) To LESLEY JOAN CLARKSON c/o 6 Mandeville Close Broxbourne Herts
the sum of Two thousand five hundred pounds

(k) To each of them my nephews JOHN CHARLTON STEWART of Margrietstraat 29,
Den Haag Netherlands HUGH BARRINGTON STEWART of 30 Lower Camden
Chislehurst Kent and ANTHONY JOHN SARJEANT c/o Westbury Cottage Westbury
Road Bickley Kent the sum of Two thousand five hundred pounds

(l) To MRS. A.M. KNIGHT of 146 Stanborough Avenue Boreham Wood Herts
the sum of One thousand pounds

(m) To MR. E.C. JORDAN of 8 Axeview Road Seaton Devon the sum of One
thousand pounds

(n) To THELMA and MICHAEL PATTENDEN of 6 Stockwell Road East Grinstead
West Sussex the sum of One thousand pounds each

5. I DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all the remainder of my estate both real and
personal and wheresoever situate to my Trustees Upon Trust to sell call
in and convert the same into money with power in their absolute discretion
to postpone such sale calling in and conversion for so long as they shall
think fit and to hold the said proceeds of my estate Upon Trust for my said
brother Kenneth Stewart absolutely

6. ANY Trustee being a Solicitor or other person engaged in any profession
or business may be so employed or act and shall be entitled to charge and
be paid all professional or other charges for any business or act done by
him or his firm in connection with the trusts hereof including acts which
a trustee could have done personally

7. I DIRECT that my body shall be buried in a joint grave with the ashes
of my late husband at St. John the Baptist Churchyard Aldenham Herts I wish
that the small stone at present erected there shall be removed and a perpendi-
cular stone erected in its place with the inscription "In loving memory
of Everett Jackson Newcomb who died on the 27th April 1972 aged 53 years
and his wife Helen Margaret Newcomb who died on the ...... aged ..."

    IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Twelfth
day of
March   One thousand nine hundred and eighty-five

          Helen M. Newcomb

SIGNED by the said HELEN MARGARET NEWCOMB as and for her last Will in
the presence of us both present at the same time who at her request in her
presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our
names as witnesses:

Pauline M Fry
Hollycross
Vicarage Road
Lingfield, Surrey
Secretary

B J Harrington
5 Locks Meadow
Dormansland
Surrey
Secretary


1993

KING, Stephen Frank of Fiddling St. Vincents Lane Addington Kent died 14 June 1993 Probate Brighton 28 September. Estate £563175.

 

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

The District Probate Registry at Brighton

BE IT KNOWN that STEPHEN FRANK KING

of Fiddling St. Vincents Lane Addington Kent

died on the 14th day of June 1993
domiciled in England and Wales

AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that the last Will and Testament of the said deceased (a copy
of which is annexed) was proved and registered in and Administration of all the estate which by
law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the
High Court of Justice on this date

to the Executors

       JOHN WILLIAM CATTERICK of 12 Mill Street Maidstone Kent

and MICHAEL WEBBER of 61 Tulip Tree Close Tonbridge Kent

It is hereby certified that it appears from information supplied on the application for this grant that
the gross value of the said estate in the United Kingdom amounts to £ 563,175 and the net value
of such estate amounts to £ 560,057

Dated the 28th day of September 1993

THIS IS THE LAST WILL made the   18th   day of   May
One thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight of me STEPHEN FRANK
KING
of Fiddling St Vincents Lane Addington Maidstone in the
County of Kent

1. I HEREBY REVOKE all former Wills

2. I APPOINT JOHN WILLIAM CATTERICK and MICHAEL WEBBER both of
12 Mill Street Maidstone Kent Solicitors to be the
Executors and Trustees of this my Will

3. I DESIRE that my body be offered to the medical profession
for any purposes which they think fit but should this
desire for any reason not be carried out I DESIRE that my
body be cremated and my ashes scattered in some convenient
Garden of Remembrance

4. I DEVISE my freehold residence known as Fiddling St
Vincents Lane Addington aforesaid to my Trustees in fee
simple to sell the same without prejudice to the trust for
sale my Trustees shall allow KAY THORNHILL to reside
therein so long as she so desires and so long as the said
KAY THORNHILL shall so reside the said Trust for sale shall
not be exercised without her consent I DECLARE that no
involuntary ceasing to reside in the said property shall be
construed as a ceasing to reside therein and that such
residence shall in any case be rent free but subject to the
payment by her of the rates taxes and costs of keeping the
said property in reasonable repair and refunding to my
Trustees the cost of keeping the same insured to the full
value thereof against loss or damage by fire and such other
risks as my Trustees shall from time to time insure the
said property SUBJECT as aforesaid my Trustees shall hold
the net proceeds of sale and the net income till sale as
part of my residuary estate

5. I GIVE a pecuniary legacy of TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS
(E20,000.00) to the said KAY THORNHILL free of tax
absolutely

6. I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all the remainder of my estate
wheresoever and whatsoever and whether real or personal
unto my Trustees UPON TRUST to sell call in and convert the
same into money and to hold the net proceeds and my ready
money UPON TRUST to pay my funeral and testamentary
expenses and debts and subject thereto UPON TRUST to divide
the same as follows:-

(a) A five twenty-firsts share thereof for MRS SHIRLEY ANN
BROOKS
of 322 Lunsford Lane Larkfield Maidstone Kent
absolutely

(b) A five twenty-firsts share thereof for JOHN HAROLD
STREATFIELD
of 2 White Cottage Sandling Maidstone Kent
absolutely

(c) A three twenty-firsts share thereof for my Niece JANE
RENOUF
of Long Tram The Slack Ambleside Cumbria absolutely
PROVIDED that if she shall predecease me leaving children
who survive me and attain the age of Eighteen years then
UPON TRUST for such children as aforesaid and if more than
one in equal shares absolutely

(d) A three twenty-firsts share thereof for my Niece
CATHERINE WESTRUP of 37 Caledonian Road Parkstone Poole
Dorset absolutely PROVIDED that if she shall predecease me
leaving children who survive me and attain the age of
Eighteen years then UPON TRUST for such children as
aforesaid and if more than one in equal shares absolutely

(e) A three twenty-firsts share thereof for MR D C TARRANT
of Oakdene Clearway Addington aforesaid absolutely

(f) A two twenty~firsts share thereof for JOHN FORMAN
Grandson of RITA SMITH of 3 Trinity Close Bromley Kent
absolutely PROVIDED that if the trusts of any share under
this clause fail then that share shall be added to the
other shares in the proportions which those shares bear to
each other and this provision shall apply to both the
original shares and to shares which have increased as a
result of the application of the provision

7. I DECLARE that my Trustees may postpone the sale calling in
and conversion of any part of my real or personal estate
for such period as they may in their absolute discretion
deem fit without being liable to account notwithstanding
that it may be cn? a wasting speculative or reversionary
nature and shall be entitled to retain unconverted for so
long za period as they may think fit and without being
responsible for loss all or any shares land securities and
other interest to which I shall be entitled at my death

8. I ALSO DECLARE that all monies liable or requiring to be
invested under this my Will may be invested in any stock
shares or securities of whatsoever nature or kind as my
Trustees shall in their absolute discretion select as if
they were the absolute owners thereof and this power
includes the right to invest in unsecured interest free
loans or other non income producing assets including
property for occupation or use by a beneficiary; any
immovable property shall be held by my Executors on trust
for sale with power to postpone the sale

9. ANY of my Executors and Trustees who is engaged in a
profession shall be entitled to be paid fees for work done
by him or his firm on the same basis as if he were not one
of my Executors but employed to act on behalf of my
Executors and in exercising the statutory power of
appointing new Trustees my Executors and Trustees shall be
entitled to appoint a professional person or a trust
corporation at such remuneration (to be paid out of my
estate) and on such other terms as shall be agreed

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand to this my will
the day and year first before written

The Testator being unable to read )
this Will was read to him and he  )
stated that he understood it. It  )
S F King
was then signed by the Testator   )
in our presence and attested by us)
in the presence of him and of each)
other                             )

Pill Ry
Brenda Harding
both with
Argles Court Solicitors
12 Mll Street
Maidstone Kent


 

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