Will of Samuel Sackett of Braunston, Lincoln
Date: 16 May 1680
Proved: Consistory Court of London, 29 May 1680
Source: Lincolnshire Archives, 1680/i/9)
Abstract
Testator: Samuel Sackett, Gentleman of Braunston in Lincolnshire
Beneficiaries:
Brother John Sackett of Braunston, Clerk, sole executor.
Brother Nathaniel Sackett, 10.
Sister Elizabeth Carr, 10.
Sister Patience Pulvertoft, 5.
Nephew Robert Scudder, 40/-.
Nephews John, Thomas, & Humfry Dicus, and niece Sarah Dicus, 20/- each.
Nieces Judith, Katherine, & Elizabeth Dicus, 30/- each.
Executor: brother John Sackett.
Witnesses: Robert Scudder, Charles Dicus, & Mary Raulinson.
Transcript:
I Samuel Sackett of Branston in Countie of the Citty of Lincoln Gen: do make and ordaine this my last Wil and
Testament in manner and forme following
Impr: I commend my Soule into the hands of God my Saviour and my Body to be buryed as my Executor shall think fit
Ite~ as concerning my Worldly Estate I make my Brother John Sackett of Branston aforesaid Clerke my sole
executor
Ite~ I give to my Brother Nathaneol Sackett ten pounds and also to my Sister Elizabeth Carr ten pounds and to my Sister Patience Pulvertoft five pounds and to my Nephew Robert Scudder fourty Shillings
Ite~ I give to my Nephewes John Tho and Humfry Dicus and to my Neece Sarah Dicus and to Each of them twenty Shillings
Ite~ I give to my Nephew Charles Dicus and to my Neeces Judith Katherine and Elizabeth Dicus and to Each
of them thirty Shillings
Ite~ my Wil is that the Several legacyes to be paid within one yeare after my Decease
Lastly in confirmation of the premises I have hereto set my hand and seale this Sixttenth day of May Ano Dm 1680
Samuel Sackett
Sealed and Published in the presence of Robert Scudder, Charles Dicus, Mary [her mark] Raulinson.