Chelsfield Wills - Part 1
Abstracts of will from Chelsfield proved in
the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
of Chelsfield dated 6 January 1847
Abstract of the will of Thomas Crockford of Chelsfield
labourer dated 6 January 1847.
I give to my wife Eleanor Crockford £300 which I have in my
Master Mr. Waring’s hands and for which I hold a note of hand, and also
what money I may have in the Bromley Savings Bank, and any other money or
securities for money I may have, to her for her own use and benefit. I
also give her all my household furniture and other effects.
I appoint my said wife Eleanor as my Executrix.
Thomas Crockford witnesses Thos: Waring Wm: Waring
In the goods of Thomas Crockford deceased on 23 October 1848
appeared personally Thomas Waring of Chelsfield Esquire and deposed that
he and the other witness William Waring signed their names in the presence
of the testator and of each other.
A.J. Bayford F.H. Dyke.
Proved 25 October 1848 by Eleanor Crockford widow the relict. [PCC
Transcribed by Geoffrey
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