| John Hartley - 26th April 1815 - Z094
To my wife Ellen Hartley two beds, one bedstead and the hangings, two pairs of sheets, two quilts, three blankets, one mahogany stand, one oak card table, one tea board, one tea caddy, one set of tea china, one dozen dishes and plates, five chairs and two arm chairs made of elm, and one mahogany chest of drawers. Also the two annuities of £10 to be paid out of the hereditaments devised to my son
John Hartley, and £20 to be paid out of the hereditaments devised to my son Richard Hartley.
To my son William Hartley my house at Killinghall with the water corn mill, drying kiln, barn, stables and other outbuildings. Also the piece of land called Bridge End Pasture in Killinghall (divided into four closes) with all the hereditaments thereon and lately rented by my son
Christopher Hartley and charged with the annuity of £40 unto the widow of my late son
Christopher. Also charged with an annuity of £9 to my mother
Also to my son William my house and other buildings on the closes called Backsides Square Close and Paddock, lately occupied by myself and
George Topham, in Killinghall, and purchased off the devisees of the late
Stephen Broadbelt. This is chargeable with the following legacies :
To my grandson John Hartley, the son of Christopher, £1,000.
To my grandson Charles Hartley, the son of Christopher, £600.
To my granddaughter Mary Hartley, the daughter of Christopher, £400.
All to be paid once they reach 21.
To my son John Hartley my house in Selby, now occupied by him, subject to an annuity of £10 to my wife.
To my son Richard Hartley my house in Killinghall in which I reside, and the three adjoining closes, subject to an annuity of £20 to my wife. Also all the contents other than those previously given to my wife.
To my son William Hartley £600 which is owed to me by John Maude who lives near Wakefield Moor. This is to pay off the £400 borrowed by my son
Richard from Mr Thackwray. The residue of the £600 to be divided amongst himself and
To my son William Hartley my stock of horses, cows, cattle, sheep and pigs, and all my crops, all my farming and dairy implements, and all my money (except the £600) and personal estate and effects.
I appoint my brothers Richard Hartley and Joseph Hartley as joint executors.
Witnesses : Bartholomew Harper, Joseph Broadbelt, James Collins
Codicil - 10th January 1816
I have now received the £600 from John Maude and have paid
Mr Thackwray his £400. I therefore revoke the bequest the £600.
I also revoke the legacy of £1,000 to my grandson John Hartley and in lieu I bequeath to him £500.
Witnesses : Francis Cooper, Samuel Popplewell Pullan
Testator died 29th February 1816. Probate 16th September 1816. Effects under £200.