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the Name of
I Richard Kinman living in the parish of St Bridget alias St Brides, London, saddle tree maker, being somewhat weak in body but of a sound and disposing mind memory and understanding, praised be God, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following.
Imprimis, I give unto my cozen [Note 1] Thomas Kinman five guineas.
Item, I give unto my cozen Alexander Kinman five guineas.
Item, I give unto my cozen Elizabeth Pounell five guineas.
Item, I give unto my cozen Richard Kinman [Note 2] five guineas and also all my woolen wearing clothes.
Item, I give to William Willett 30 guineas and all my household goods linen and pecukes
Item, I give unto Mr Charles Johnson of London, founder, one Guinea, my pair of silver buckles and my silver tobacco stopper.
Item, I give unto Mrs Johnson wife of the said Charles Johnson my gold ring and one Guinea.
Item, I give unto Mrs Elizabeth Clark, widow of Robert Clark my two silver spoons and my silver cup.
Item, I give all the rest and residue of my goods chattels and estate unto the said William Willett and the said Charles Johnson and I do make constitute and appoint them the said William Willett and Charles Johnson executors of this my last Will and Testament
In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the 14th day of December in the year of our Lord 1739
The mark of Richard Kinman
Signed sealed published and declared by the said testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have signed our names as witnesses thereto in his presence.
Gidley Martyn of Banards Inn
Proved in London the second of January the year of our Lord 1739
 All of the people noted in this will as "cozen" appear to be the testator's siblings. Possibly, there is a second (or even third) mother involved and they are his half-brothers and sister.
 Believed to be mis-stated in the original and this refers to Richard's brother Robert, not Richard
 William is the only person listed for whom a baptism has not been found as child of Francis the saddle tree maker of Purple Lane.