Will of Benjamin Watten Sackett of Ramsgate, Kent, 1881?, proved in the Canterbury, 5 December 1881 (Somerset House Indexes, unknown repository reference). (Researched by Marion Sackett).

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Benjamin Watton Sackett, 63 Addington St., Ramsgate, gentleman, died 4 October 1881 at home. Will & 2 codicils proved Canterbury 5 December 1881. £6,760 8s 2d. Surviving executors: Phoebe Hogbin, wife of John Hogbin, 56 Plains-of-Waterloo, Ramsgate, sister; Owen Fisher Daniel, 161 High St., Ramsgate, gent.; William Stanton, Wellington Villa, Folkestone Road, Dover, pilot.

Abstract—
Abstract of Will of Benjamin Watton Sackett
of 63 Addington St., Ramsgate, Kent. Gent, late a pilot. Died 4 Oct 1881 at home.

Dear wife Ann Sackett: £50 to be paid by equal monthly instalments; use & enjoyment of all household goods at house in Addington St plus house itself for her life with reversion to her sister Jane Moore for life; £100 per year in 4 equal quarters for life.
Wife's sister Jane Moore: reversion of house for life, & £50 per year in 4 equal quarters for life.
Executor Owen Fisher Daniel of Ramsgate, gent., 19 guineas.
Brother Richard Henry Sackett: all monies payable at death from Trinity House Pilot Club; property in Margate for life, to be kept insured & repaired; reversion to my nephew John Hogbin for ever.
Any property of which testator is trustee or mortgagee at time of his death: income to wife Ann Sackett, sister Phoebe Hogbin, brother Richard Henry Sackett, & Owen Fisher Daniel.
After death of wife & her sister, property to be sold & money divided: half to my sister Phoebe Hogbin, with reversion in equal shares to her children; quarter of remaining half to the children then living of my late sister Elizabeth Pritchard, in equal shares, absolutely; quarter of half to surviving children of my late sister Mary Ann Warren, in equal shares, absolutely; eighth of half to brother Richard Henry Sackett absolutely, with reversion to nephew John Hogbin; eighth of half to Rebecca Watton Warren, 2nd wife of David Warren, husband of my late sister Mary Ann Warren, if then living, absolutely, with reversion to nephew John Hogbin; eighth of half to brother David Joseph Sackett if then living, absolutely, with reversion to nephew John Hogbin; eighth of half to brother James John Sackett if then living, absolutely, with reversion to nephew John Hogbin.
Executors: Ann Sackett, Phoebe Hogbin, Richard Henry Sackett, Owen Fisher Daniel.
Will dated 4 Feb 1879.
Witnesses: H J E Parker & J Adams, clerks to Messrs Daniel, solicitors, Ramsgate.

1st codicil.
Due to death of brother Richard Henry Sackett, he is replaced as executor by friend William Stanton of Dover, Clerk of Trinity House. He receives money payable from the Pilot Club.
Codicil dated 23 Aug 1879.
Witnesses: Arthur H Daniel, Ramsgate, solicitor; J Adams, his clerk.

2nd codicil, following death of wife.
Late wife's sister Jane Moore: £50 within 3 months, in addition to annuity of £50.
Sarah Snelling, widow of John Snelling: £50 as acknowledgement of her good service & attention to self & Jane Moore.
Sister Phoebe Hogbin, & her heirs for ever: small farm land & buildings at Northwood in parishes of St Lawrence & St Peter now in occupation of Barzillai Sackett; house & contents in Addington Rd, Ramsgate (subject to life interest of Jane Moore).
Codicil dated 4 Oct 1881 [signed by marking mark, others signed properly].
Witnesses: Owen F Daniel, Ramsgate, solicitor; H M Tucker, his clerk.

Will & codicils proved 5 Dec 1881 at Canterbury (personal estate gross £6,760-8s-2d, net £6,733-3s-2d) by surviving executors Phoebe Hogbin, wife of John Hogbin, 56 Plains-of-Waterloo, Ramsgate, sister; Owen Fisher Daniel, 161 High St, Ramsgate, gent.; William Stanton, Wellington Villa, Folkestone Rd, Dover, pilot.