Quaker Records Dublin
Abstracts of Wills
|63||Edwards, Thomas, Pimlicoe, liberty of Thomas Court, Dublin, maulster.|
|Reciting that said Thomas Edwards "for the good of my five
children" assigns to friends Roger Roberts, Thomas Court, innholder,
George Newland, Meath Street, clothier, Thomas Gore, Meath Street,
clothier, Daniel Thackery and Thomas Brotherick both of Pimlicoe,
clothiers, all estate and goods, etc. "merchantize mault and leases,
my house in Pimlicoe aforesaid, and my concerns in New England," to
hold to said trustees for the benefit of said Thomas Edwards for his
life and after his decease for the "breeding up, educating" etc. of
his five children, each child when 21 years or on marriage to have
an equal share.
"Memorandum that the names of my above mentioned children are as follows, viz. Sarah Edwards, Alice Edwards, Anne Edwards, Rebekah Edwards, and Thomas Edwards, all which my wife Sarah bore me."
|Deed of trust dated 14 Aug. 1700|
|Witnesses: Dennis Feild, Aaron Markham, William Reader, Edward
Webb, Thomas Banckes.
Inventory 21 Aug. 1700 of estate of Thomas Edwards, deceased, made by said trustees. Accounts only. The land in New England sold for £49.3.5.
|64||Eves, John, Clonmore, King's Co.|
|To my wife Sarah household goods, all residue and remainder and yearly income of Tecroughan and Dysart due to me in right of my wife, one third part thereof to my wife and remaining two thirds between my three children, viz. John Eves, Joseph Eves, Mark Eves, all minors. Farm of Clonmore to my wife. Executors "my dear wife," brother Caleb Eves, kinsman Josiah Manliff.|
|Dated 10 Aug. 1730.|
|Witnesses: Thomas Bayley, Joseph Boardman, Ephriam Heritage.
|65||Eves, Joseph, Edenderry, King's Co.|
|To my wife Margaret Eves on third estate. My children Elizabeth Eves, Joseph, Samuel, Joshua, Richard Eves, all under age. Executors Joseph Boardman and John Eves of Clonmore, King's Co.|
|Dated 1 Oct. 1728|
|Witness: John Connor, Thomas Curtis, Thomas Heacocke.
Inventory taken by William Pim, E Harris, Thomas Jackson 16 4th month 1729. Valuations of all goods in drapery store ... also earthenware worth £1.12.0. 2-1/2 gallons brandy 11/3. Old hops 10/-. "An end of hops" £3.14.4. Fine bukram at 1/-. 2 dozen clogs 8/-. Linnen at 1/1, fustian at 1/4 per yard. Household goods and list of debts.
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