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THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me, Mary Ann Mules of Callington, Cornwall Widow.
I hereby revoke all my
other wills and testamentary dispositions and I declare this to be my
last will and devise all my just debts funeral and testamentary
expenses to be paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently may be after
I give the legacy or sum of fifty pounds now three pounds ten shillings per cent annuities part of the same annuities now standing in my name in the Bank of England books to my daughter in law Sarah the wife of the Reverend Henry Stoneman for her separate use.
I give to my daughter in law Jane the wife of James Richards the legacy or sum of twenty pounds of the said last mentioned government stock.
I give the like legacy of twenty pounds of the same stock to my daughter in law Mary Ann Mules spinster.
I give to my said daughter in law Jane Richards my tortoise shell tea caddy.
I give to my brother Robert Jope Kinsman all my china.
I give to my nephew
John Knill Kinsman
son of my said brother Robert my large family Bible.
I give my gold watch to Ellen the daughter of my said daughter in law Sarah Stoneman.
I give all my wearing
apparel equally to be divided between my nieces Jane Elizabeth Richards
and Mary Ann Richards
and the daughters of my late brother John who shall be unmarried at the
time of my decease.
All the rest of my
effects whatsoever and wheresoever I give the same to my said brother
Robert Jope Kinsman upon trust to sell and dispose of the same by
public auction or private contract for such sum or sums of money as he
may deem reasonable and to divide the produce of such sale or sales
after answering all the expenses thereof between all my nieces living
at the time of my decease who shall not have been married in equal
But I direct and
declare my will to
be that my nieces Jane Elizabeth Richards and Mary Ann Richards and the
survivor of them shall be at liberty whilst they and she may continue
single and unmarried to reside in my dwelling house wherein they now
reside with me and to have the use and enjoyment of all my glass linen
and household furniture therein during their joint lives and the life
of the longest liver of them keeping my said house in repair and paying
all rates and taxes in respect thereof but not being obliged to replace
such articles of glass linen or furniture as may be worn out or
accidentally injured lost or destroyed.
But in case either or
both of my
said nieces Jane Elizabeth Richards and Mary Ann Richards shall marry
then the right of her or them who shall so marry to reside in my said
house as aforesaid shall immediate cease.
I hereby appoint my
said brother Robert Jope Kinsman my Executor.
In witness whereof I the Testatrix Mary Ann Mules have set my hand and seal to this my last will and testament this nineteenth of July 1841.
Signed sealed and
declared by the said Testatrix Mary
Ann Mules as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us
who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other
have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses
Sergeant, Gent. Callington.
Mary Ann Weeks
, Servant of Mrs Mules
This is a CODICIL to
written last will of me, Mary Ann Mules of Callington Widow being
desirous to give to my daughter in law Jane the wife of Mr James
Richards a legacy equal in amount with the legacy I have given my
daughter in law Sarah the wife of Mr Stoneman. I hereby give the sum of
thirty pounds now three pounds ten per cent annuities to my said
daughter in law Mrs Jane Richards for her separate use in addition to
twenty pounds of the same stock already by my said will bequeathed to
her and in all other respects I confirm my said will.
In witness I have to
this my codicil set my hand this nineteenth day of May 1842,
M A Mules
Signed and published by
the said Mary Ann Mules as a
codicil to her last will in the presence of us who in her presence and
at her request and in the presence of each other hereto subscribe our
names as witnesses
John K Kinsman,
Mary Ann Weeks
Estate was sworn to be valued under £600 and that the Testator has died on or about the 11th November 1844.