Will of George Priestnall (Yeoman)
of Pointon - Died ????
of Will - 10th January 1776
Proven at Chester diocesan consistory court on 3rd June
Messuage and Tenement in Pointon to son Samuel Priestnall and
James Priestnall (son) already received £110 "he chose and accepted
rather than to have the said premises.
"All my leasehold Messuage and tenement situate lying and being in Torkington
in the said County (formerly Samuel Colliers) with all and every
the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my said son Samuel Priestnall and his heirs or assigns for and during the continuance of the original
lease thereof, paying thereunto my said son James Priestnall the
sum of 50 shillings yearly of every year.
To Samuel Priestnall all my goods, cattle, chattels and personal
To Joseph Knowles (son in Law) one shillingTo Joseph Knowles (grandson) pair of bed stocks and bedding
and other oppurtenances thereunto belonging which was my late brother
in law's Samuel Collier and the sum of £10 when 21 unless he
dies before 21 when all shall be devided.
To John Priestnall (son) £50 having been given in his lifetime
To Martha Fogg (daughter) £26, having been given in her lifetime
To Jane Barrett (daughter) £34, having been given in
her lifetime £46
To Ann Stones (daughter) one shilling, having been given in
her lifetime £80
To Martha Priestnall (Daughter in law) one shilling. Late husband Thomas Priestnall received £83 in his lifetime.
Residue to be divided ‘share and share alike’ between James, Samuel,
John, Martha Fogg Ann and Jane.
Samuel Priestnall of Pointon & John Priestnall of