Wills (ERO D/ACW28PLAMPIN Mary Plampin of Stoke Nayland Suffolk 1731)

24.9.1731 (Friday 24 September 1731)

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in the name of god amen I Mary Plampin of Stoke by Nayland in the county of Suffolk being sick in body yet of perfect mind and memory for divers reasons me thereunto moving do make and constitute this to be and contain my true last will and testament imprimis I give my soul into the hands of almighty god trusting in his mercy through the merits of my blessed redeemer jesus christ and my body to be buried in the churchyard of Higham at the discretion of my executor hereafter named and as to my worldly goods I dispose of them in manner following (handwriting of the rest of the will changes from this point to a less fluent hand) item I give to my brother Wm Bordman 3gns if he be alive and if not to his daughter Sarah Allen a cheesemonger wife in Sharedich in London item I give to Sarah Windin 5li item I give to Mary Bordman 1guinea and the middle silver spoon with the mark MB and a half dozen of diaper napkins this to my brother Jn Bordman daughter item I give to Ann Edwards my wedding ring and a half a dozen of diaper napkins item I give to Thos Bordman 1guinea item I give to Mary Bordman 1guinea which I promised her upon taking the house keeping and likewise the little silver spoon marked MB item I give to Sarah Windin my diamond ring and my silver server 5li in money and do make her my sole and whole executrix to bury me and to do according as I have given order and as to my bills and bond if every they be paid my will is that they should be divided to David Bordman Thos Bordman Ann Reed and Sarah Bordman sons and daughters to my brother Thos Bordman but Sarah but I give to Sarah Windin two parts to their one and this I declare to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I set my hand and seal this 24.9. 1731 and my meaning is that my executrix shall have 40s for the trouble of being my executrix witnesses mark Jn Edwards mark Sarah Edwards (may be Sarah Edwards) Mary Plampin