William Teguy made his will on 16 October 1745. The will was proved just five days later on 21 October. He described himself as a waterman and owned a number of lighters and other boats. He left his entiire estate to his wife Elizabeth. There was no mention of children.4
[Signed and sealed.]
Witnesses: Pierre Rous, Sarah Butter, Hannah Gregory.
Will proved 21 Oct 1745.
Notes & Citations
- Date of birth based on age at marriage.
- Marriage Bonds and Allegations, London, digital image, Ancestry.com, "30 Jun 1739, Appeared personally William Teguy of the parish of St John Wapping in the County of Middx widower and alledged that he intends to marry with Elizabeth Sacket of the same parish spinster aged thirty years. And ... prayed Licence to Solemnize the said marriage in the parish Church of St Bennett near Pauls Wharfe London."
- Marriages Register, St Benet Paul's Wharf, London City, Middlesex, digital image, Ancestry.com, "3 July 1739 William Teguy, widower, & Elizabeth Sackett, spinster, both of St John, Wapping."
- "London, England, Wills and Probate, 1507–1858", digital image, Ancestry.com, Will of William Teguy of Wapping, London, dated 16 Oct 1745.
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