WILLS IN CHESHIRE (UK)
Transcript of will for
John Priestnall of Warburton - Cordwainer
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Will of John Priestnall of Warburton
(Cordwainer) - Died ????
Date of will - 5th September 1801
Value - Above £100 and below £300
Proven at Chester diocesan consistory court on 28th July
To James Priestnall (son)Messuage and lands adjoining the Bent
Estate in Warburton now in the occupation of Richard Pearson.
To Ann Rowlinson (daughter) wife of John Rowlinson, messuage
and lands called the Mossbrow in Warburton now occupied by William
Cowcell and Richard Pearson. (Owner - Sir Peter Warburton)
To Elizabeth Kirkby (grandaughter) Five pounds
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