Person:William Drewett (1)

Watchers
William Drewett
 
m. 17 Nov 1687
  1. Anne Drewett1688 -
  2. John DrewettAbt 1690 -
  3. William Drewett1690/91 -
  4. Henry Drewett1692/93 - 1752
  5. Edward Drewett1696 -
  6. James DrewettAbt 1698 -
  7. Lucy Drewett1698/99 - 1784
  8. Joan Drewett1702/03 -
  9. Margaret Drewett1702 -
  10. Philip Drewett1706 - 1775
Facts and Events
Name William Drewett
Gender Male
Marriage 17 Nov 1687 Bratton, Wiltshire, Englandto Anne Whitaker
Death? 10 May 1706 Bratton, Wiltshire, England


April 27, 1706 - Will of William Drewett

In the name of God Amen, the twenty seventh day of April 1706. – I William Drewett of Bratton in the parish of Westbury in the county of Wilts yeoman being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory. Thanks be to God for it falling to ….. the mortality of my body and that it is appointed for all men over to …. Doth make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and commend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I …… it to the earth to be buried in …. Manor at the instruction of my executors …. After manor. Nothing …. But I shall know the …. At the general …. And as ….. … worldly goods where with God has blessed me with in this life I give …. Disposal in manner and form following. I give to my daughter Ann Drewett the sum of one hundred and twenty pounds to be paid to her when she shall come to the age of twenty two years of age. I give to my son John Drewett my leasehold by the name of Franklins, which leasehold his mother is to put in or add his life upon which consideration he shall pay his mother one hundred pounds when he shall come to the age of twenty four years. I give to my son John Drewett my four acres and half of freehold land. I give to my son William Drewett my leasehold called Lowbreath which leasehold his mother is to put in or add his life upon which he is to pay his mother the sum of twenty pounds when he comes to the age of twenty four years. I give to my son Henry Drewett the sum of sixty pounds to be paid to him when he comes to the age of twenty four years and the sheep he is now possessed with is his, being in number seventy and lambs thirty. I give to my son Edward Drewett the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to him when he cometh to the age of twenty four years. I give to my son James Drewett the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to him when he cometh to the age of twenty four years. I give to my daughter Lucie the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to her when she cometh to the age of twenty two years. I give to my daughter Margaret Drewett the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to her when she cometh to the age of twenty two years. I give to my daughter Joan Drewett the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to her when she cometh to the age of twenty two years. It is also my will that if any or either of my children aforesaid shall happen to die that then there legacy or legacies shall remain to their mother for to better enable her to provide for the child she now goeth with if live. Item : I give to my well beloved wife Ann Drewett whom I likewise constitute to be the sole executor of this my last will and testament. All other my goods …. Monies either in possession or due to me upon upon bond or other ways and now I doth here by revoke all other wills, legacies and executors by me formerly made confirming this to be my lasr will and testament. In witness where of I have hereunto … my hand and … the day and year first …. Written. The mark of William Drewett. Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us John Drewett, Jeffery Whitaker, John Whitaker