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Precis'ed documents from Hampshire /Dorset
Posted by: lou hunter (ID *****3580) Date: October 11, 2002 at 09:58:08
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will of Thomas Clasby of Stoborough, wareham Dorset 1780

to his brother john clasby of nth kingston dorset £30
to his brothers wife jane clasby £30
to his brothers daughter jane clasby £30
to his brother in law joseph balam of nth kingston £30
to his sister martha balam £30
to his sisters sons joseph and henry balam each £30
to his sisters daughter jane shepherd (nee balam), the wife of thomas shepherd £30
to the son of his deceased sister jane crumpler of stoborough(nee clasby) thomas crumpler £200
to the daughter of his deceased sister jane crumpler (nee clasby) Priscilla Spicer, wife of robert spicer £30
to his brother charles clasby of ryde , isle of wight£30
to the wife of his brother charles (unnamed)£30
to the sons of his brother charles; James , Thomas, and Henry clasby , to each £30
to the daughters of his brother charles Mary Clasby, Eleanor Clasby and Martha Groves, wife of benjamin groves of freshwater Isle of wight to each £30
He then appoints John Crumpler of Stoborough the son of his late sister Jane crumpler as his sole executor and bequeaths all the residue of his estate and property to him
signed in his own hand , thomas Clasby
24 may 1780

settlement exam. William Clasby : Dorset 1760.Wimborne
Dorset : to whit The Examination of Wm. Clasby, Sawyer now dwelling at Wimborne Minster in the said county taken on Oath before ?us two officers? this 4th day of September 1760

Who saith he hath heard and believes he was born at Ringwood in the county of Southampton were his parents were then legally settled, that he has never lived out of the Parish of Ringwood afore ?(illegible)? now than half a year at a time as a covenant servant, that in Whitsunweek last he married Hannah, his present wife, and hath done no act or deed whereby to gain a subsequent settlement to his knowledge of belief.
subscribed and sworn the day and year ?(illegible)? written statement
X the mark of William Clasby
witnessed by
E. ?Ohearn?
J. Hanham


will of Thomas Clasby Poulner Ringwood Hants 1771
All freehold and personal estates I trust unto my good friends, my cousin Henry Rooke of Bistern Close in the New Forest (yeoman) and Thomas Perry of Poulner(yeoman) and to their heirs for them topay and apply the rents issues and profits of my freehold tenement at Gostlings Heath in Poulner, to and for the use of my beloved wife Honour Clasby for and during the term of her natural life, and to sell and dispose of my leasehold estates at Shobley and Lynford as best they can and apply the produce to the payment of my debts and funeral expences the over plus for the use and benefit of my aforesaid wife. If anything be remaining after her decease, it shall be divided between my grandchildren Thomas, Mary,, William and Charity Whitcher children of thomas Whitcher of North Bockhampton parish of Christchurch county Southampton (yeoman) and to my son John Clasby and his child or children, if he shall have any at my decease, equally share and share alike And on the decease of my wife I bequeath the aforesaidfreehold tenement at Gostlings Heath to my son John for the term of his natural life, and if he marryand leave issue lawfully begotten then to his heirs forever, but if not, after his decease, to my aforementioned grandchildren and their heirs forever. I now freely forgive Thomas Whitcher, the father of my grandchildren, £106 of the the £206 with interest that he owes me, the other £100 and the interest i give to his four children share and share alike. I give to my son John Clasby my clock and case. I give to my trustees Henry Rooke and Thomas Perry one guinea each for their troubleand empower them or their heirs to be reimbursed all expences. All the rest of my goods, chattles to my son John Clasby and my grandchildren equally, share and share alike etc etc. 28th june 1770
The mark of Thomas Clasby .. T
witnessed Peter Slann, Mary Slann, the mark of Mary Smith.. M

Novr 20th 1771 Henry Rooke and thomas Perry executors were duly sworn to a faithfull execution of the above will before me.. John Mark
Surrogate


will of Thomas Clasby :of Rockford Ellingham Hants 1681
gives to daughter Ann Coles, wife of Humphrey Coles and to their daughter Elizabeth Coles ..£5 each.
to granddaughter Ann Coles £5 (already paid)
to granddaughter Edith Coles £5 (already paid)
to grandson Humpherey Coles £5 (already paid)
to grandson Thomas Coles, the Elder,... 5 shillings
to Thomas Clasby the son of John Clasby of Poulner.. 5 shillings
to daughter Elizabeth Bawdrick .. £5
granddaughter Elizabeth Bawdrick ...£10
granddaughter Edith Bawdrick ...£5
granddaughter Mary Bawdrick ...£5

He appoints his executors, daughters Anne Coles and Elizabeth Bawdrick to provide for his wife Edith Clasby
for her life and for her burial.
and appoints friends John Clasby an richard White to oversee this
signed 31 jan 1678
and in the one and thirtieth year of ye kings majesties reigne

the signe of Thomas Clasby
witnessed by Thomas Coles (his sign)
Joseph Coles
Probate granted May 1681
inventory taken by John Clasby and richard white of the goods of thomas clasbey
wearing apparel 40 shillings
tenement ..........40 shillings
due bond moneys £79
sum of £83


will of Thomas Clasby the Elder of Upper Kingstone ringwood hants
occupation House carpenter
all his tenement "wherein i now dwell" situated in upper kingston with all contents to his wife Jane for her life "if she keep herself a widow", after her decease, all to son Thomas Clasby and his heirs forever if he have any.. ; if not , all to son Charles Clasby and his heirs forever if he have any, and if not all to daughter Ann and her heirs forever.
That Son Thomas Clasby must pay to his sister Ann "the full sum of £10 in the three years following the death of their mother Jane and the same to his brother Charles, and if they do not survive to collect the legacy the money will be split between the survivors. if these legacies are not paid then Ann and charles shall inherit until such time as thomas can pay
To his son Charles Clasby all the new inclosure close by the tenement in upper kingston after the death of his mother jane
appoints Jane as sole executrix
signed 6th day of january in 6th year of the reign of George II
AD 1732
signed Thomas Clasby
witnessed
the mark of charity elliott
john elliott jun.
john elliot

Probate 1735


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