Will of Joseph Ackroyd

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First Document re Will of Joseph Ackroyd

Page 1 Doncaster

Will of Joseph Ackroyd late of Edlington, dece[ase]d proved by William Laycock

One of the Executors 9th May 1834 under 100 [I think this is pounds]

Page 2  April 2nd 1834

I Joseph Ackroyd of Edlington in the County of York give and bequeath to my children
equally to be divided amongst them all my interest in monies now in the Doncaster
Savings Bank, also the value of a Note I now hold from my son Win Ackroyd of
Doncaster, and all monies arising from the Funeral & other Clubs of which I am a
Member; the above Monies not to be divided till all my debts and Funeral Expenses
are paid

I also give and bequeath all my furniture and household goods equally amongst all my
children, and I desire my friends Wm Henden? And Wm Laycock of Edlington to
divide these goods amongst my children to the best of their abilities, and appoint
them Executors to this my last Will and Testament

His mark x
Joseph Ackroyd

Witnesses
M. Fenton?
James Marshall
Sarah Smith?

Page 3 I do hereby certify that on the fifteenth day of April in the year of our Lord 1834
William Laycock, o Edlington in the County of York, Yeoman, and one of the
Executors named in this the last Will and Testament of Joseph Ackroyd late of
Edlington aforesaid in the Diocese of York Yeoman, deceased was sworn well and
truly to execute and perform the same, and that the whole of the goods. Chattels and
credits of the said deceased within the Diocese of York, do not amount in value to the
sum of one hundred pounds

Sworn under                    Witness my hand
100, Exchequer?                      John Sharpe

Dated 5th April 1834        Surrogate?
Passed 9th May 1834 und !00 L []

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Second Document

Page 1 Doncaster

Admon? Of Ann Ackroyd the wife of Joseph Ackroyd late of Edlington ? to the
said Joseph Ackroyd ? ?

13th October 1832??

Page 2 Transcription of written words only

Reverend William Snowden and Thomas Owston Clerks
Ann Ackroyd late of Edlington in the Diocese of York deceased

her

Joseph Ackroyd the Husband and Administrator of the Goods Chattels and Credits of

the said deceased

Exchequer  Joseph Ackroyd

Him
Eighth day of October 1832

Extracted by ? ?      Joseph Buckle
---? York                 Deputy Registrar

Administrator  his
Above mentioned Ann Ackroyd deceased

her Exchequer

Diocese One hundred pounds

Page 3

The execution of this-Commission appears by the
Certificate on the Bond hereunto annexed
Witness my hand

Thomas Owston

Commissioner-,

Page 4
Transcription of written words only

Joseph Ackroyd of Edlington in the County of York Labourer
William Laycock of the same place Labourer And Frederick Hawksley Cartwright of Bawtry In the said County of York Gentleman

Two Hundred Pounds Eleventh day of October 1832

Joseph Ackroyd the Husband and Administrator Ann Ackroyd late of Edlington in the Diocese of Yorks deceased intestate

him Joseph Ackroyd

him Exchequer  last day of April

her Joseph Ackroyd

him his last day of October Administrator

Administrator Thomas Owston     The mark & seal of
Commissioner            x
 Joseph Ackroyd

William Laycock

Fredk H. Cartwright

Page 5

I do hereby certify that on the eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord 1832
Joseph Ackroyd the Husband and Administrator within named was sworn and this
Bond duly executed by him and his sureties by virtue and in pursuance of the
commission her unto annexed.

Before me Thomas Owston

Died 20 July 1825 1L[]?              
Commissioner

Passed 13th October 1832 under 100L []

 

 

 

 

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