West Lulworth

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This is the last Will and Testament of me Joseph Langrish Riding officer of West Lullworth in the County of Dorset Made and Published this Twenty Ninth Day of July in the Year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Fourteen in manor and Form as Followeth First I Give to my beloved wife Elizabeth Langrish all my Cottage or Dwelling House and Garden and Premises thereunto belonging in for and During her life if my interest should so long Continue therein I likewise Give to my Wife all my Household Goods and Furniture of Every sort and kind for her Life only and after her Death the said Goods and Furniture shall be equally Devided between all my Children boath of my first wife, and those of my second wife respectifully I also Give to my Wife all the Yearly rent arriving to be Produced by my Freehold Dwelling House situated in Milcom-Regis otherwise the Town of Weymouth in the said County of Dorset to assist in bringing up my Younger Children and after her Decease I order that the said Freehold Dwelling house shall be sold and the Money arising from such sale shall be equally Devided between all my Children as above I give to Jane, Patience, Fanny and Sarah Langrish Daughters by my Present wife a Feather Bed Each over and above what they will receive at my Wife’s Death, I also Give to my Grandson William Langrish, son of John Langrish late of the Town of Weymouth one shilling Lastly I Declare all Former wills by me made, at any time before this to be void and to be of no force, and that this only to be my last will and Testament In witness whereof I have set my Hand and seal The Day and Year above written and I also appoint my wife to be my whole and sole Executrix

(Attestation Clause)

Henry Gill     John Slaughter

Proved 1815 Dorset Record Office

Will kindly transcribed by Ros Dunning

Wills - Langrish

The will of Joseph LANGRISH - 29 July 1814