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Will of Robert MALINGS of London

Will 26 Mar 1816   Probate 8? Apr 1820

Source: TNA no. PROB11/1628/187
Contributed by: Jon Malings Go to Translation Go to Transcript
Summary.
... me Robert Malings of MDX Bury St, St James ... yeoman ...

NameRelationship[Comments] or Major Bequests
Robert MALINGS London
Theodosia MALINGSWife (Exec)
Samuel MALINGSSon
William MALINGSSon
John FARDONTrusteeWoodstock
Charles BROTHERTONWitness
Stephen COXWitness
Elizabeth FARDONWitness
 
Probate 8? Apr 1820 London ... Theodosia Malings the relict sole executrix ...
Transcriber's Notes
The following details are believed to be true but should not be totally relied upon:
Testator: Born Deddington, s Samuel (1828 qv), gt-nephew of Robert (1790 qv).
Witness Elizabeth FARDON was his sister, wife of John the Trustee.
  Translated and paragraphed.
with some of the standard preamble and "legalese" removed.
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... me Robert Malings of MDX Bury St, St James ... yeoman ...
  • My debts, funeral and testamentary expenses are to be paid.
  • I give my real and personal estates, goods, chattels, credits and effects to my loving wife Theodosia Malings for life for her own benefit.
  • After her decease I desire that her remaining property (if any) be equally divided between my two sons Samuel and William at age 21 as tenants in common and not as joint tenants.
  • If my wife dies before my son William reaches 21 then I appoint John Fardon of New Woodstock, watchmaker, as Trustee to take William's share in trust for him until age 21.
  • I appoint my wife Theodosia sole Executrix ... revoking all former wills.

  • Witnesses Charles Brotherton Stephen Cox Elizabeth Fardon
Probate 8? Apr 1820 London ... Theodosia Malings the relict sole executrix ...
  As transcribed from a copy of the original document.
Original line- and page-breaks are preserved as far as possible.
This is the last will and testament of me
Robert Malings of Bury Street Saint James in the County of Middlesex
Yeoman I direct my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses to be paid as
soon as conveniently may be after my decease by my executrix hereinafter
named I give and bequeath all and singular my real and personal estates
goods chattels credits and effects whatsoever and wheresoever and of what
nature or kind soever unto my loving wife Theodosia Malings for and
during the term of her natural life and to and for her own use and benefit
absolutely and from and immediately after the decease of my said wife my
will is and I do so hereby desire that her property (if any) remaining be
equally divided between my two sons Samuel and William on their
arriving at the respective ages of twenty one years share and share alike
as tenants in common and not as joint tenants But in case my said wife
Theodosia should depart this life before my said son William arrives
at the age of twenty one years then it is my desire and I do hereby nominate
and appoint John Fardon of New Woodstock in the County of Oxford
watchmaker Trustee to my said son William and to receive and take any
share or shares which shall become due and payable to my said son
after the decease of my said wife as aforesaid in trust for them
him until his arrival at the age of twenty one years, but no longer and I do
hereby nominate and appoint my said wife Theodosia sole Executrix of this
my will hereby revoking all former wills by me made and declaring this to
be my last will and testament In witness whereof I the said Robert
Malings the testator have to this my last will and testament set my hand
and seal this 26 day of March 1816 - Robert Malings (his seal) Signed sealed
published and declared by the said testator Robert Malings as and for his
last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence
at his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our
names as witnesses hereto Charles Brotherton - Stephen Cox
Elizabeth Fardon

Proved at London 8 (or 6?) April 1820 before the worshipful Charles
Coote Dr of Law by the oath of Theodosia Malings widow the
Relict sole executrix to whom administration was granted being first
sworn duly to adm'r.