Robert made his will on 25 March 1740. The sole beneficiary and executor was "my loving friend Sarah Paul", spinster of St John in Thanet, who was granted probate at the Consistory Court of Canterbury on 4 July 1741.1
Proved: Consistory Court of Canterbury, 4 July 1741, by Sarah Paul.
Source: Kent Archives Office, PRC 32-62-65.
Testator: Robert Sackett, of St John in Thanet, mariner.
"in bodily health … & considering the perils & dangers of the seas …"
[Described in probate as "late belonging to the transport ship Scrop"].
Sole beneficiary & executrix, my loving friend Sarah Paul of St John, spinster.
Witnesses: Stephen Pett, Jno Haverith, Clerk to Mr William Moor, Attorney at Law at the Hermitage, London.
Notes & Citations
- Will of Robert Sackett of St John in Thanet, Kent, 25 March 1740, proved at Canterbury Consistory Court, 4 July 1741 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 32-62-65).
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