- to my old and much respected friend Mr George WILLIAMS of Spa House Lower Swainswick, £10;
- to Thomas POBJOY, my late husband's brother, £10;
- to Bridget MITCHELL and Mary POBJOY, my late husband's sisters, £5 apiece;
- to my trusty William LYDIARD, £5;
- to my great niece Sarah YWEELES, all my wearing apparel furniture silver and plated articles linen china glass books and other household effects;
- to Sarah YWEELES, my cottage and garden at Kingsdown (held under lease granted for lives) in the parish of Box, Wilts, occupied by William JONES and the piece of freehold land at Kingsdown also in his occupation;
- to George POBJOY, nephew of my late husband, for his own absolute use my other cottage and garden at Kingsdown (also held under lease granted for lives) called the Orchard Hourse in the occupation of Thomas COMELEY, carpenter;
- to George WILLIAMS and William LYDIARD, my two freehold houses with the gardens and appurtenances, Nos 1 and 2 Prospect Place, Batheaston, one occupied by myself and the other by Mr EDWARDS and my cottage and garden occupied by James ARLETT and the residue of the estate on trust to sell the properties and distribute the proceeds equally between the nephews and nieces of my late husband, viz Frances BISSELL, Ann EDEN, Charlotte BYERD, Martha HELEAR, Mary SPARKS, the said George POBJOY, Ann WICKS and Ann BIGGS, and my own nephews and nieces, viz Mark FISHLOCK, Isaac FISHLOCK, George FISHLOCK, Ann FISHLOCK, Charles FISHLOCK, Elizabeth PARADISE, Mary SYKES, the said Sarah YWEELES, and great niece Mary YWEELES Eliza BURDEN, Robert BURDEN, George BURDEN, Mary BURDEN (the daughter of my late brother Edward BURDEN), Rebecca ARCHARD, Jonathan BURDEN, Sarah BURDEN, Mary BURDEN (the daughter of my brother Isaac BURDEN), Thomas BURDEN and Isaac BURDEN (the son of my said brother Isaac BURDEN), and Mary BURDEN the widow of Isaac BURDEN deceased, a son of my said brother Edward BURDEN if she shall survive me; the shares of such of my nieces as at the time of the actual payment shall be married to be paid into their respective proper hands in order that the same may be enjoyed as their separate property;
- to my trustees, the real estate invested in me as mortgagee.
Note: to be interred in the same Grave with my husband in Batheaston Churchyard.
Executors: George WILLIAMS, William LYDIARD of Batheaston, tailor.
Signed: 22 March 1854
Witnesses: Wm COLEMAN GILL, Solr, Bath; Benjn PEARSON, Clerk to Messrs WHITTINGTON & GILL, Solrs, Bath.
Proved: 21 August 1860 at Bristol by George WILLIAMS and William LYDIARD.
Source: Pricipal Registrary, Family Division, Somerset House.