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16851 Will of BENJAMIN CARLETON of St. Michael, Practitioner of Medicine.
Give to my heir-at-law two shillings and no more. My daughter Elizabeth Wiltshire Best wife of Joseph Palmer Best my house, land and slaves for her life and then to my grand daughter Jane Carleton Best daughter of the said Elizabeth Wiltshire Best.
Appoint James Palmer Best and Elizabeth Wiltshire Best executors.
Sd. Benja. Carleton. Wits: Nathl. Phillips, Jno Grassett, Solomon Smith. Proved 2 October 1772. 
Carleton, Benjamin (I1248)
 
16852 Will of Comberbach Leech 238
I Comberbach Leech of Clarges Street within the liberty of Westminster in the County of Middlesex being well in body and sound in memory and understanding do hereby revoke all former Wills and Testamentary Schedules by me heretofore at any time made and do Publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament And First I will devise and direct that the charges of my Funeral and the Probate of this my Will and the Execution thereof shall be first payd and satisfied by my Executors herein after named out of my Personal Estate and so Subject I charge all the rest of my Personall Estate with the payment of my debts and Legacies if I die at London my desire is to be buryed in the New Burying Place in Bunhill Fields decently and without pomp that it may look like a Funeral where the living should see nothing but what may put them in mind of their own death if that possible they may be brought duely to lay it to heart as to all such Houses, Lands, Tenements or right of takeing out Fines or renewing Leases that I have lyeing and being in Alvanley in the County of Chester and that are in my power to dispose of I do give and bequeath the same to my Kinsman Edward Bristoe of Spittle in the County aforesaid or in case of his death to his eldest Son I Further give and bequeath unto him the said Edward Bristoe Twenty shillings and to his eldest Son Twenty shillings to be payd them by my Kinsman Robert Hatton (of Helsby in the said County) out of the money he owes me, which I declare shall be in full of all demands claims dues and Customs Legacies or bequeathments whatsoever that can be pretended to by him the said Edward Bristoe or his Son or either of them or any other Son or Sons of theirs, As for whatsoever Harriotts or Mortuarys may at or upon my decease become due to Richard Arderne Esqr or to his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns for any Tenement or Tenements I held or enjoyed under him or them and may be demanded by him or them or by his or their Bayliff on that Account I will and do order and appoint that all ad every such Harriotts, Mortuarys or dues be payd and discharg’d by the aforesaid Robert Hatton but of the Sum of Sums of money which he oweth me and out of such Rents as shall be due to me for any of the aforesaid Tenements at the time of my decease And that he take proper acquittances for a full discharge of the said Harriots and whatever Sume or Sums of money due after that appear due to me either from the said Robert Hatton or from any Person or Persons enjoying the said Tenements I will and devise that one Moyety or half part thereof shall be given to the poor in Alvanley to be distributed amongst them as the said Robert Hatton and my Kinsman Benjamin Jackson as I gift I leave to them and their Children likewise whatever Household Goods or other Effects of mine shall at my death be found in the dwelling house where my Father and Mother lived I give and bequeath the sae to the said Robert Hatton and Benjamin Jackson to my Kinsman John Taylor of Westleigh in Lancashire I give and bequeath Fifty pounds owing to me on a Promissory Note by my Kinsman James Roscoe of Farnath near Bolton in the said County And Whereas the Places where my Estate or Tenements aforesaid lyeth and the Legacies payments ^ Legacies^ and bequeathments aforementioned severally to be made are both of them a great distance from heare which may render it very inconvenient and chargeable for my Executors to go so far to see my Will fulfilled in the aforesaid instances to prevent therefore the costs and trouble of so tedious a Journey my Will and pleasure is that the aforesaid Robert Hatton and Benjamin Jackson shall be and act as Trustees under my Executors to fullfill this my last Will and Testament in and upon all my Chattels Gods Rents Lands or Tenements whatsoever aforesaid And do desire my Executors to appoint them as such giving them full power to collect and receive to distrain for and Seize upon all such Goods Effects and Sums of money aforesaid that so both the Harriotts may be payd and the severall Legacies distributed as I have before appointed and that a fair Copy of this my last Will and Testament attested by the Court be sent them by the Post
My house in Clarges Street which I lately purchased and have a Lease of for about Forty six years I give and bequeath the same to Mrs Barbary Middleton, Mrs Elizabeth Middleton, Mrs Frances Middleton, Mrs Agnes Fish and Mrs Alice Fish and the longest liver of them provided they both duely pay the Ground Rent and all other Taxes imposed or that may hereafter be imposed upon the same and at the end and Expiration of the Lease Leave the said House and remises in such good and sufficient repair as is by the Lease required. Likewise I give unto them Mr Pools ^English^ Annotations on the old and New Testament, Mr Henry’s six volumes on the same and Mr Burkit’s Annotations on the New Testament to be kept in the aforesaid house for the use of them and such Servants as may live with [them] there. All the rest of my Books and Printed Pamphlets I give and bequeath to Mr Isaac Barber of Whitby to Mr [blank] of Great Barington in Northumberland and [blank] to be divided amongst them at the discretion of my Executors. I give and bequeath unto Mrs Agnes Fish One Hundred and Fifty pounds, To Mrs Alice Fish One hundred and Fifty pounds that whether of them dies first do leave to the other her share my Brillion Ring with the late Sr John and Lady Middleton’s hair in it I give to Mr John Lambert Middleton One Sett with Sparkes and a Ruby in the Middle to Mrs Barbary Middleton, one with Sparkes and Rubys equally intermixed to Mrs Frances Middleton, the rest of my Rings I give to Mrs Alice Fish and to Mrs Elizabeth Middleton and Mrs Catherine Heave two Guineas to each to buy them mourning Rings my best Night Gown I give to Mrs Agnes Fish, my Writing Desk with drawers in it to Mrs Alice Fish, To Alice Lambert my Servant Five pounds my Linnen and wearing apparel I give and bequeath To my Kinsman John Taylor aforesaid to be sent him as I shall leave directions. All Accompt Books and Writings that relate my way to my late Trust as Executor of the last Will of Sr John Middleton Baronet deceased and Guardian of his Children as also all such Papers as relate to Mrs Barbary Lambert deceased’s last Will I desire they may be delivered to my Executors and by them kept together to produce if there should be occasion by which means they will be effectually Secured from al Vexations Suits and troubles that for want thereof might happen on my Account and render them safe and easy all other Papers and Writings also that are in my Custody relating to any Trust but as for such papers as were written by me relating only to my Self or any other account that no way concern any particular person or persons I will that they be delivered to Mrs Agnes Fish and Mrs Alice Fish for them to destroy to keep as I shall give them directions I likewise give and bequeath unto Edmund Galamy Doctor of Divinity To William Harris Doctor of Divinity To Jabez Earle Doctor of Divinity To Benjamin Grosvenor Doctor of Divinity, To Samuell Wright Doctor of Divinity, To Obadiah Hughes Doctor of Divinity, To Joshua Bayes of Little Kirkby Street by Hatton Garden Gent and George Smyth Master of Arts their Executors Administrators and Assigns the sume of Twelve hundred pounds for them to demand collect and receive from my Executors out of several Sums of money due to me which are not beforein this my last Will disposed of As also whatever other Sum or Sums of money more may appear due to me besides the paying my debts discharging my Funeral expences and all the other aforementioned Gifts bequeathments Legacies Trusts or uses (excepting Five pounds apiece to my Executors) I give and bequeath the said Overplus to the aforesaid Doctor Galamy, Doctor Harris, Dr Earle and the rest of them to be paid them with the aforesaid Twelve hundred pounds. My Watch and whatever other Goods or Effects of mine remain that I have not already mentioned as disposed of I give and bequeath the same to Mrs Agnes Fish and I doe hereby make nominate and appoint John Lambert Middleton of Tower Hill London Esquire and John Gay of Grays Inn Esquire Executors of this my Will In Witness whereof I the said Comberbach Leech have to this my last Will and Testament Sett my hand and Seal this Seventh day of July in the Fourth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith Annq Dom 1730 [4 Jul 1730] /- Comberbach Leech -/ Signed Sealed Published and declared by the said Comberbach Leech the Testator to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence have hereunto Subscribed our names as Witnesses – John Moore – Edwd Bannister – Edwd Marton – Exd

This Will was Proved at London before the Worshipfull John Andrew Doctor of Laws and Surrogate to the Right Worshipfull John Bettesworth Doctor also of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the Preogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted on the Eleventh day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Thirty Three [11 Apr 1733] by the Oath of John Lambert Middleton Esquire One of the Executors named in the said Will to whom was granted administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased he having first Sworn well and truly to administer the same / John Gay Esquire the other Executor in the said Will also named first renouncing.

Margin Note: On the 29th day of November 1769 Admon (with the Will annexed) of the Goods Chattels and Credits of Comberbach Leech late of the parish of Saint James [Hanover Square] Westminster in the County of Middlesex deceased left unadministered by Sir John Lambert Middleton Baronet formerly Sir John Lambert Middleton Esquire one of the Executors named in the said Will since aldo deceased was granted to John Nelson the lawful Attorney of Richard Hatton the surviving Executor of the Will of Agnes Fish Spinster deceased whilst living the residuary Legatee named in the said Will for the use and benefit of the said Richard Nelson residing at Carlton near Hipton? In Craster? In the County of York he having been first sworn duly to administer. The said Sir John Lambert Middleton dying Intestate and John Gay Esquire the other Executor named in the Will of the said Comberbach Leech having formerly renounced the execution thereof and the said Agnes Fish Spinster dying without having been upon? her for Letters of Admon (with the said Will annexed) of the Goods of the said deceased etc.

Reference: PROB 11/658/249
Description: Will of Comberbach Leech of Charges Street Westminster, Middlesex
Date: 11 April 1733
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
 
Leech, Comberbach (I10857)
 
16853 Will of CUMBERBATCH Henry Alfred of 30 Braham-gardens Middlesex died 3 December 1918 at 5 Brunswick-terrace Weymouth Dorsetshire Administration (with Will) London 8 February [1919] to Helene Gertrude CUMBERBATCH widow. Effects £2,490 18s 11d. Cumberbatch, CMG: Companion Order of St Michael and St George and was decorated for services rendered in Asia Minor Henry Alfred (I594)
 
16854 Will of Diana Wetenhall

I Diana Wetenhall of Nantwich in the County of Chester Widow being of sound and disposing Mind and Memory do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in Manner following, That is to say, First I desire to be buryed as near to the Remains of my late Dear Husband Edward Wetenhall Esquire deceased as conveniently as can be and in the Same manner as he was buryed, And I do hereby Will and direct That all my Debts and Funeral Expences shall be paid and discharged within the Space of Six Months next after my deceased And I do give and bequeath unto my Sister Elizabeth Bennett the Sum of Forty pounds, And unto my Nephew Bennett Williams the like Sum of Forty pounds, And to my Niece Lady Cunliff the like Sum of Forty pounds, And I do hereby give and bequeath unto Mrs Meakin (Wife of my Cousin James Meakin) the Sum of Ten pounds To be paid by my Executrix’s herein after named into the proper Hands of her the said Mrs Meakin to and for her own sole separate and peculiar Use and Benefit without the Intermedling or power of her said Husband and without being Subject or lyable to his Debts Contracts or Engagements in any respect And I do direct That the said Mrs Meakin’ s Receipt (without the said Husband and Notwithstanding her Coverture) shall sufficiently discharge my said Executrix’s from the said Legacy, And I do hereby give and bequeath unto my Servant Mary Sherwin the Sum of Ten pounds (In Case she shall live with me at my Decease) And unto my Servant John Parsonage the like Sum of Ten pounds (In Case he shall live with me at my Death) And unto my Servant Elizabeth Payne the Sum of Five pounds (If she shall live with me at my decease) And Subject to my Debts Funeral Expences and the several Legacies aforesaid I do hereby give and bequeath all and singular the rest residue and remainder of my Goods Chattels Moneys Effects and Personal Estate what Kind or Nature soever unto my two Nieces Sarah Bennett and Jane Bennett equally to be divided between them share and share alike And I do hereby Name and Appoint my said two last named Nieces Executrix’s of this my last Will and Testament, Hereby revoking all former Wills and declaring this to be my last In Witness whereof I the said Testatrix Diana Wetenhall have hereunto put my Hand and Seal the Eleventh day of September in the Second year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third of Great Britain And so forth and in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and Sixty two [11 Sep 1762].
Signed Sealed published and Declared by the said Testatrix Diana Wetenhall as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto Subscribed our Names as Witnesses thereto in her presence and in the presence of each other
Geo Gibbons
Thos Tench
1776 May 15
I Diana Wetenhall Widdow do make this as a Codicil to My present Will that where as I there Left the three Servants I then had Legacys Mary Sherewin John Parsonage and Eliz Payne if they lived with me at the time of my decease but as those servants are all gone I quit those Legacies and to the two maid servants I now have I leave two guineas to Each of them to buy them mourning and to the Man I leave one guinea but no Mourning as to my cloaths if there be any that my Niece Sarah Wood like to ware I desire she will please herself and the rest to be divided as she shall think right onely I desire she will remember a good part of my Cloath if she should happen to Live with me at the time of my decease and I leave Betty Comberbach one guinea. Diana Wetenhall.
July 12th 1773 Codicil to Mrs Wetenhall’s Will
1773 July 12 I desire to be Buried Tolerable Early in a morning and very Privately. I desire Little Nancy Townshend may have Ten Pounds and Ten Shillings and my Gold Watch and I desire little Diana Wollams [Williams] my Cousin Wollams [Williams] little Girl may have Five Pounds and Five Shillings when you think it best to Pay it. Diana Wetenhall
May 3rd 1775 Mrs Wetenhall desires to be buried in Linen which was done July 22nd 1780.
1775 May 3 I desird in a Former Will to be Buried in the Linnen that I happen’d to have on at the time it pleased God I should Die, but I now desire to have a Clean Nightwear Hat and Ribbon to be Buried in and as to the Shift or Sheets that I shall happen to have about me at that time, I leave that to the Direction of my Friends and Executors, Either to Put those on, or Put Clean ones on but I desire to be Buried in Linnen and in a Clean Decent Manner Diana Wetenhall
July 24th 1783 Sarah Bennett and Jane Bennett the Executrixes within named were sworn in Common Form Before me, Thos Broadhurst Sur:
 
Comberbach, Diana (I66)
 
16855 Will of Edmund Comberbache of Broughton, Flint dated 8 Mar 1592/93 and proved 15 July 1593 by Richard Comberbach
National Library of Wales HA 1593/255
In the name of god amen the eight daie of m[ar]che [8 March] in the xxxiiijth yeare
of the reigne of our Sovereigne Ladie Elizabeth [1592] bie [by] the grace
of god of England France and Ireland Queene defender of
the faithe &tc witnessethe that I Edmund Comberbache of
Broughton in the Countie of Flint yoman beinge of p[er]fect
memorie thankes be to god therefore yet diseased in bodie
make this my Last will and Testament in manner and forme
followinge & First I bequeath my soule into the handes
of Almighty god my redemer (trustinge bie [by] the merritts of
his passion to be one of his elect) and my bodie to be buried
in Chrystian buriall, Itm I bequeath all my Land in Altrincham
to my oldest sonne George and my will is that my wief
Ellen shall not enter medle therein & nor seeke any thirdes or
p[ar]te thereof, Itm I give unto the said George my blacke
nagge, Itm I geve unto his daughter Ales xii s. Itm I
geve unto Anne my daughter ij s of Lawfull money of England
and to everie one of her Childeren xij s a peece Itm I geve
unto my daughter Mode twentie three poundes sixe shillinges and
eight pence of Lawfull money of England viz the one halfe thereof
to be paid unto her att the Purificacon of our Ladie marie next
ensuinge after my decease and the other halfe att the feast of St
John Baptist next after followeinge bie [by] even and equall porcons
Provided that is the said Mode doe not use her self waes soe
that my wief or sonnes or sonne of them shall like of then my
will is that she shall have but three poundes sixe shillings and
eight pence to buy her a gowne withall in Consideracon of her
Childes p[ar]te of goodes, Itm the rest of my goodes moveable and
unmoveable my funerrall and Legacies discharged I geve
betwixt Ellen my wief and Richard my sonne equallie to be devided
betwixt them In witnesse whereof I have sett my hand to this
my Last will and Testam[en]t the daie and yeare first above written
Itm I make Ellen my wief and Richard
my sonne executors of this my Last will
and Testament and my sonne George
Overseer to see this my will trulie
executed and p[er]formed.

Debtes that I owe
Imprimis to Willm Prescott of his wages viij s

Debtes that are oweinge to me
Imprimis Thomas Carver and Foulke Leesam
of the ----lane? viij s vj d
Itm Foulke Leesam xvj s
Itm Richard Winston? Of the monestrie iij li vj s viij d
Itm Willm Preston gent v s ij d






John Street xvj d
Itm I Leave unto my servant M[ar]garet iij s iiij d
Itm I Leave towardes the mendinge of ij s
the highe waye
Itm I Leave unto my god sonne John Coppock xij d
These being witnesses
Richard Williams
M[ar]garet Griffithe
I Fabell Catroe


Proved 23 July 1593 by Richard Comberbache

This is the true and p[er]fect Inventorie of the goodes
Chattels & cattells moveable & unmoveable of Edmund
Cumberbache Deceased to god made by Ellen
Cumberbach Relict uxxor her Affidavit & praiesed
By John Moshle John Linche & Richarde Shoame
The first daie of June Anno Domini 1593
Imprimis five swyne one oxe iij bullockes} xvj li(£)
One calfe & a heffer
Item xxxvj sheep vj li(£) vj s viii d
Item one nagge xx s
Item five Coates xviij s
Item five geese with certaine goslings vj s viij d
Item Sixe duckes ij s
Item Sixe hennes ij s
Item iij hives of bees vj s
Item one ploughe harrowe wayne & other } xxiij s iiij d
thinges thereto belonging
Item vij bushelles of Rye xxviij d
Item iij bushell of wheat xvj s
Item five bushell of otes xij s vj d
Item v
 
Comberbach, Edmund (I9819)
 
16856 Will of Elizabeth Comberbach dated 8 Dec 1807 and proved 15 Mar 1813

Lich[field] 15th Martij 1813 [15 Mar 1813]
T[estatrix] Eliz: Comberbach
P’oce Whitchurch
2 Ex. & Inf 300£
In the Name of God Amen I Elizabeth Comberbach of Doddington in the Parish of Whitchurch in the County of Salop Widow being of sound Mind memory and understanding thanks be to God for the same Do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to say) I Give and Bequeath unto Mary Edwards of Iscood in the Parish of Holt in the County of Denbigh or Flint Widow the sum of Twenty Pounds. I also Give unto William Morris son of Elizabeth Morris late of Colemere in the Parish of Ellesmere in the said County of Salop but now of Ellesmere aforesaid Widow the sum of Five Pounds. I also Give unto Elizabeth Morris Daughter of the said Elizabeth Morris the sum of Five Pounds. I also Give unto Mary Clarke Daughter of Benjamin Clarke of Doddington aforesaid Farmer the sum of Five Pounds And I also give unto the said Mary Clarke All my Household Goods Furniture Plate and Linen situate and being in my Dwelling House in Doddington aforesaid. I also Give unto Benjamin Clarke son of the said Benjamin Clarke the sum of Five Pounds. I also Give unto the wife of John Edwards of Wrexham in the said County of Denbigh Confectioner the sum of Five Pounds. I also Give unto John Edwards of Doddington aforesaid Plummer and Glazier and John Bickley of Heath Lane in the Township of Alkington in the Parish of Whitchurch aforesaid Farmer the sum of One Guinea each.
And it is my Will and I do hereby order and direct that the aforesaid Legacies be paid to each of the Legatees as are of the age of twenty one years at the expiration of one year after me decease and to each other of the Legatees as and when they severally arrive to the age of Twenty one years. And as for an concerning all the rest residue and remainder of my Personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature kind or quality soever the same may be or consist of or which I may die possessed of or be any ways entitled unto at the time of my Decease after and subject to the payment of all my just Debts, Funeral Expences and Legacies and the Charges and Expences of my Executors I Give and Bequeath the same and every part thereof unto the said Benjamin Clarke the Elder.
And lastly I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said John Edwards of Doddington and the said John Bickley Executors of this my Will and I do hereby revoke and make void all and every other Will at any time heretofore by me made and do declare this to be my last Will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I the said Elizabeth Comberbach have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven [8th Dec 1807].
The Mark of X Elizabeth Comberbach
Signed sealed published and declared by the said Elizabeth Comberbach the Testatrix as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us, who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our Names as Witnesses thereto.
John Chester? Junr of Alkington Farmer
P Pritchard of Ellesmere Att[or]ny at Law 
Owen, Elizabeth (I5490)
 
16857 Will of Ellen Cumberbach
This is the last Will and Testament of me Elen Cumberbach [sic] of Brownlow I direct that all my just debts shall be paid after my decease and I give to all my children William Ann Mary Thomas Elizabeth Hannah James & Charles an equal share of my property not disposed of and I appoint Charles Bibbey & Samuel Tryno both of Brownlow executors.
Signed by Ellen Cumberbach her mark X
Witnesses
Mark Clarke
John Thomas Tryno
On the 5th March 1897 Probate of This Will was granted to Charles Bibbey and Samuel Tryno the executors.
 
Cork, Ellen (I2437)
 
16858 Will of George Brennan from Probate Calendar:
BRENNAN George of 6 Silverdale-road Newcastle-under-Lyme Staffordshire died 23 January 1950 Probate London 11 March [1950] to the reverend Andrew Brennan clerk.
Effects £250 0s. 8d.

In His Majesty’s High Court of Justice
The Principal Probate Registry
Be it known that George Brennan of 6 Silverdale Road Newcastle under Lyme Staffordshire died there on the 23rd day of January 1950.
And be it further known that at the date hereunder written the last Will and Testament ( a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in the Principal Probate Registry of His Majesty’s High Court of Justice and that Administration of all the Estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to Andrew Brennan of the Presbytery St Patrick’s Church Walsall Staffordshire Roman Catholic Priest son of deceased the sole Executor named in the said Will.
And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered wherein it is shewn that the gross value of the said estate in Great Britain (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a Trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £250-0-8 and that the net value of the state amounts to £206-17-2
Dated the 11th day of March 1950
This is the last Will and Testament
of me George Brennan
of 6 Silverdale Road, Newcastle under Lyme
in the County of Stafford made this seventh
day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty
I HEREBY revoke all Wills made by me at any time heretofore. I appoint Rev. Andrew Brennan, the Presbytery St Patrick’s Church, Walsall to be my Executor, and direct that all my Debts and Funeral Expenses shall be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my deceased.
I GIVE AND BEQUEATH unto the Johnson Fund the sum of ten pounds for Masses for my soul, unto the Parish Priest of Holy Trinity Church Newcastle-under-Lyme the sum of fifteen pounds for Masses for my soul; unto my children James Brennan , 7 Bentley Avenue Newcastle, Ann McDonagh 13 Wesley Place Newcastle, Peter Brennan 92 Silverdale Road Newcastle, Andrew Brennan St Patrick’s Presbytery Walsall and Catherine Dunn 6 Silverdale Road Newcastle in equal shares all those monies held in my name in the Silverdale Equitable Industrial Cooperative Society Limited and the proportion of the monies held by me in the joint account of George & Julia Brennan in the Economic Benefit Building Society and such sums as may remain from the Insurance Policies held by me after payment of Burial expenses and such debts as may remain unpaid at my death unto my daughters Ann McDonagh and Catherine Dunn such household furniture and goods as I possess to be divided as they will.
I recommend my soul to God and to His Holy Mother and beg continual remembrances in the prayers of my children.
X George Brennan his mark
7.1. 1950
Signed by the said TESTATOR in the presence of us, present at the same time, who at his request, in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses.
Margaret Leonard
M E Cook, 17 St Patrick’s Drive
 
Brennan, George (I7147)
 
16859 Will of his father:

Itm Whereas my sonne John Comberbache hath formerly putt me to great charges, and cost me a great deale of money in getting him a trade & other necessaries, I doe give him five shillings of currant englishe money in full payment and satisfaction of his childs It and porcon of all my goodes Cattells and Chattells whatsoever for ev[er] hereafter making clayme or p’pertie unto them, or any It thereof but from atten or title of any right hereunto is utterly secluded and barred for ever more by these p[er]seuts. 
Comberbach, John (I10846)
 
16860 Will of James Cumberbirch 1820 WS
Seen: 18 Oct 2013
This is the last Will and Testament of me James Cumberbirch of Congleton in the County of Chester Breeched-maker And first I direct all my just Debts (except a Debt of One hundred Pounds which I owe on Mortgage of my real Estate) and Funeral Expences to be paid and satisfied by my Executors hereinafter named out of my personal Estate. I give and devise All those my Messuages or Dwelling Houses with all and singular the Buildings Gardens Hereditaments and Premises with their Appurtenances situate and being in and near to High Street in Congleton aforesaid and all other my real Estate whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife Catherine Cumberbirch To hold and enjoy the same and to have receive and take the Rents Issues and Profits thereof for and during the Term of her natural Life she keeping all the said Hereditaments and Premises in good repair and condition and also paying the Interest of the said sum of one hundred pounds so owing on Mortgage as aforesaid when and as often as the same shall become due which said Principal sum of One hundred pounds (if not paid off in my Life time) I direct shall not be discharged until after my said Wife’s Deceased unless she think proper so to do. Also I give and bequeath unto my said dear Wife All and singular my Household Goods and Furniture Stock in Trade and Effects ready Monies and Book Debts and all other my personal Estate whatsoever and of what nature or kind soever to and for her own use and benefit absolutely for ever. And from and after the Decease of my said Wife Catherine, then I do give and devise all my said Messuages or Dwelling Houses Hereditaments and Premises and real Estate unto my Niece Elizabeth Worrall Wife of Ishmael Worrall of Congleton aforesaid Tailr for an during the Term of her natural Life without the same being in any way liable to the Debts Controul [sic] or Engagements of her said present or any further Husband and her Receipt alone to be a sufficient Discharge for the Rents and profits thereof And subject thereto To the use and Behoof of ^all^ and every the Children of the said Elizabeth Worrall in such shares and proportions and in such manner and form and for such Estate and Estates Intents and purposes in my said real Estate as she the said Elizabeth Worrall shall by any Deed or Deeds Writing or Writings with or without Power of Revocation notwithstanding her Coverture and whether she be covert or sole or by her last Will in writing or any Writing or Appointment in the nature thereof shall limit, direct give devise or appoint and for want or in default of any such Limitation Direction Gift Devise or Appointment being made To the use and Behoof of all and every Children of the said Elizabeth Worrall equally as Tenants in Common and not as Jointenants And lastly I do hereby nominate and appoint my said Wife Catherine Cumberbirch and the said Ishmael Worrall Executrix and Executor of this my Will hereby revoking all former Wills by me made and do publish and declare this as and for my last Will and Testament in the presence of the Witnesses who subscribe their names in attestation hereof in my presence In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the tenth Day of November in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen [10 Nov 1814]
James Cumberbirch
Signed sealed published and declared by the said James Cumberbirch the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament, the Words “for ever” being first put in on the first side of this sheet and one interlineation and the words “equally as Tenants in Common” being first wrote on erasure on this side in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence and the the presence of each oher have set our names as Witnesses hereto
William Johnson
W Pallister
Oliver Buckley
The Will of Jas Cumberbirch Dated Nov 1814
The twenty ninth day of February 1820 Catherine Cumberbirch of Congleton in the Parish of Astbury & Co & Diocese of Chester Widow and Ishmael Worrall of Congleton in the Parish of Astbury & County & Diocese aforesaid Tailor the Executrix & Executor in this Will names were sworn in common form and they further made oath that the personal estate and effects of the Testator within the Diocese of Chester were under the value of One Hundred Pounds – before me J Hepinstall Surrogate
The Testator died the fifth day of February 1820
Probate Issued Dated 28th Feby 1820
 
Cumberbirch, James (I11028)
 
16861 Will of JOHN CARLETON of St. Thomas, Barbados, dated 5 January 1726.
To my wife Anna one-third of my estate in lieu of dower, and in case of her marriage the remaining two-thirds be placed in hands of my son Josias for maintenance of my children Josias, John, Richard, Edward, James, Benjamin, and Christian Carleton. Legacies to children and residue to son Josias, but in the event of his death to sons in succession and to daughter Chris¬tian. Wife Anna executrix. sd. Jno Carleton. Wits: Tho. Wil¬liams, Ed. Spencer, John Reed. Proved 18 January 1731.
 
Carleton, John (I1242)
 
16862 Will of John Comberbach of Gadlas, Dudleston dated 12 May 1783 and proved 11 Dec 1783

Lich[fi]eld 11th Decem’ 1783 [11th Dec 1783]
T[estator] Johan’is Comberbach de Gadlist P[ar]]o[ch]e Ellesmere 1 Ex’r Inf 100£
In the name of God Amen I John Comberbach of the Gadlist in the Township of Dudliston being weak in Body but of sound and Perfect Mind (Praised be Almighty God for the same) and Considering the Certainty of Death and the uncertainty of this Mortal Life Do Make and Publish this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and Form Following (That is to Say) Imprimis I Commend my Soul into the Hands of Almighty God who gave it me, and my Body to the Earth from whence it came, in hopes of a Joyfull Resurrection, Through the Merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ, and as for that Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me I Give and Dispose thereof as Follows
First I give and Bequeath unto my Sister Elizabeth Griffiths wife of Randle Griffiths the yearly sum of five Pounds to be Paid her by yearly Payments for and During the Term of her Natural Life and after her Decease I give and bequeath the same unto my Brother in law Randle Griffiths for and During the Term of his Natural Life to be Paid him yearly Providing he the said Randle Griffiths shall Longer Live than my said sister Elizabeth Griffiths.
Item I give and Bequeath unto my Brother Thomas Comberbach the sum of Three Hundred Pounds in Cash and also My Part and share of the stock of Cattle and Household Goods after appraisement Made of the same in and after the Manner and form following (that is to say) To have and Receive the Interest of the said Three Hundred Pounds and also the Interest of My said Part of the stock and Household Goods for and During the Term of his Natural Life but nevertheless without Impeachment of any waste of the Principal and stock and after the Decease of my said Brother Thomas Comberbach I give and Bequeath the sand unto my two Nieces Mary Edwards and Sarah Griffiths Daughters of my Sister Elizabeth Griffiths to be Equally Divided between them both share and share alike and to and for their own Use and Behoof.
And I Do hereby Nominate and Appoint My Loving Brother Thomas Comberbach sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament, hereby Revoking all Former Wills by me heretofore made.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the Twelfth Day of May in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and eighty three [12th May 1783].
Signed, sealed, published and Declared by the Testator John Comberbach to be his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in the Presence of the Testator and in the Presence of Each Other.
John Comberbach
John Evans
J Hooson
At Lichfield 17th November 1783 before the reverend Thomas White Master if Arts, Surrogate etc
On which day Fletcher exhibited his proxy for Thomas Comberbach and made himself party for him and suggested that John Comberbach late of Gadlis in the Township of Dudleston in the County of Salop and Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry deceased duly made his last Will and Testament in writing and thereof appointed the said Thomas Comberbach his sole Executor wherefore the said Fletcher prayed a Probat[e] to be granted to the said Executor and a Commission to be issued out, to empower the Reverend William Ellison and John Collyer Clerks, Jointly or severally to swear the said Thomas Comberbach to the due Execution of the said Will and upon the return of the said Commission duly Certified, the Probat[e] to poss[ess] the Seal of Office all which the surrogate aforesaid Devised accordingly.
Witness hereto
Wm Mott D. Sheg’e
 
Comberbach, John (I5483)
 
16863 Will of Mary BARLOW 1695 Bristol

1695
Bristoll
Test'ant Marie Barlow vid' def'te

I Mary Barlow of the p[ar]ish of Clifton in the County of Glouc[est]er widow being sick in body but of Sound and p[er]fect mind and memory thanks be given to Almighty God for the Same doe therefore make publish and declare this my last Will and testam[en]t in manner following (that is to say) First I give and bequeath unto my Son George Misson which I had by my first husband now in the Island of Barbadoes my wedding gold ring to be delivered to him or his assignes by my Executrix hereinafter named within one yeare next after my decease and my will is that on receipt thereof my said Son or his assignes doe give my said Executrix a sufficient discharge for the same. Item.
All the rest and residue of my goods chattels both reall and p[er]sonall moneys plate debts wares and all and singular other my Estate whatsoever and wheresoever my debts being first paid and funerall expences discharged I give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Crouch wife of John Crouch of the City of Bristoll Baker whome I make and ordaine whole & sole Executrix of this my last Will and testament. And as to the place and manner of my funerall I referr to the discrecion of my said Executrix. And I doe hereby revoke all former and other Wills by me formerly made and declare these presents to be my only last Will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this three and twentieth day of March in the seventh yeare of the reigne of our Soveraigne Lord William the third over England & Annoq Dni 1694.
Signed sealed and published and declared by the said Mary Barlow to be her last Will and testament in the presence of
The marke of Mary MB Barlow
Andrew Browne
George Browne
Wm Waters


19th Nov [16]95
Jurat fuit intranoiat Ex coram me Jas Taylor S'to

FHC Film 91331
 
Walter, Mary (I9380)
 
16864 Will of Reverend Henry Chicheley Michell, Clerk of Lymington , Hampshire
The Revd Henry Chicheley Michell
This is the last Will and Testament of Henry Chicheley Michell of Lymington in the County of Southampton Clerk I give and bequeath to my wife Eliza Michell All the property of every kind and description whatsoever I am or may be possessed of and all the property I am or may be entitled to whatsoever & wheresoever for her own absolute use and benefit. And my desire is that the property secured to our children after the death of my wife under our Marriage Settlement may be equally divided amongst our children And I hereby nominate and appoint my wife Eliza Michell to be Sole Executrix of this my Will dated this twenty seventh day of December one thousand eight hundred and forty one H.C. Michell
Signed sealed published and declared as and for the last Will and Testament of the said Henry Chicheley Michell in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our hands as witnesses thereto on the day of the date above written.
Mary Michell, Ann Elizabeth Michell
In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
In the Goods of The Reverend Henry Chicheley Michell deceased
Appeared Personally November 14th 1851 Mary Michell of Western Terrace, Teignmouth in the County of Devon Widow and made oath that she is one of the subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of the said Reverend Henry Chicheley Michell late of Lymington in the County of Southampton but at Hastings in the County of Sussex Clerk deceased which Will is now hereto annexed bearing date the twenty seventh day of December one thousand eight hundred and forty one and thus subscribed “H.C. Michell” that the said deceased executed his aforesaid subscription at the foot or end thereof as the same now appears in the presence of her this deponent and of Anne Elizabeth wife of James Brooman heretofore Ann Elizabeth Michell spinster the other subscribed witness thereto both of whom were present at the same time and attested such the execution of the said Will by writing their names thereon as the same now appear in the presence of him the said deceased and of each other Mary Michell Same day the said Mary Michell was duly sworn to the truth of this affidavit (by virtue of the annexed Commission) Before me Lawrence Gwynne Incumbent of West Teignmouth Devon Commissioner
Proved at London 19th November 1851 before the Judge by the oath of Eliza Michell Widow the Relict the sole Executrix to whom Adm’on was granted having been first sworn by Com’on duly to administer.
PROB 11/2142/201
 
Michell, Reverend Henry Chicheley (I718)
 
16865 Will of Richard Adams of City of Chester WS 1712

In the name of God Amen I Richd Adams of the City of Chester gentln being weak in body but of sound disposing mind & memory (praised be God for the same) do make and publish this my last will & testmt in manner and form following. I give devise and bequeath all my estate as well as real and p’sonal to my Loving wife Dorothy Adams and to my Loving Brothers in Law Roger Comberbach Esqr & James Comberbach Mercht upon the trusts and for the purposes herein after mentioned that is to say that my said wife and brothers in Law & the Survivors & Survivor of them and the heirs Exec[utor]s and Administrators of such Survivor shall & will by with & out of my p’sonal estate and the rents & profits of my real estate and by Lease Mortgage or absolute Sale of my said real estate or of such p[ar]ts thereof as they shall think fit raise moneys in the first place for paymt of all my debts & performance of my Marriage Articles so far as my wife is concerned therein and afterwards for portions for my children that is to say It is my will & mind that after my debts paid and my wife’s jointure discharged pursuant to the said Articles All the residue of my estate Both real & personal or the product thereof by Sale or otherwise as aforesaid shall be by my said trustees or the Survivors or Survivor of them or the heirs, Ex[ecutor]s or Adm[istrator]s of such Survivor equally divided & distributed to & among all my children wch shall be living at the tyme of my death or born in due tyme after at such tymes and in such manner as my said trustees my said wife & Brothers in law or the Survivors or Survivor of them or the heirs of such Survivor shall think fit Provided nevertheless that in case any of my said children shall depart this life under the age of Twenty One years and unmarryed then the part or share of every such child so dying ^or so much thereof as shall be then unpaid^ shall accrew [accrue] to and be equally divided among all my then surviving children Provided further that in case my eldest son Thomas Adams or any other of my sons or heirs of my body shall demand or require a specifick [sic] performance of my said Marriage Articles in any respect then the portion herein before intended for my said son Thomas or such other my son as shall so demand or require such specifick [sic] performance of the said Articles shall be void as to him and shall accrew [accrue] and belong to my other children then living And I do hereby nominate & appoint my said wife and Brothers in Law Executors of this my last will & Testamt hereby revoking all former Wills by me made In testimony whereof I the said testator have hereunto put my hand and seal the Thirty first day of March in the Eleventh year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady Anne by the Grace of God Queen of Great Britain etc Anno D’ni 1712 [31 March 1712]
Richard Adams [SEAL]
Signed Sealed published & declared by the said testator for & as his last will and Testam t in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names in his presence.
Robt Callys
Benjn Perrin
Tho Lloyd
John Hussey


8th May 1712
Dorothea Adams Vidua Rogerus Comberbach Armiger, & Jacobus Comberbach Mercator Exec[utor]s in humon Testamento constiuti fidem dederint de bene & fideliter Idem primplendo Bonaq’ Defuncti Adminstrando, verim Eorn__ Invent arnim conficierdo & extriberdo, & compatrim fidele reddendo cum legitime fuerint requisiti
Coram Me Tho: Wainwright
 
Adams, Richard (I53)
 
16866 Will of Roger Comberbach, 1602.
In the name of God. Amen. The xiiij day of Marche in xlvth yeare of the raigne of or sovraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queen of England ffrance & Ireland de­fender of the faythe &c 1602. I Roger Comberbach of Wiche Malbanke in the countye of Chester tanner being sicke in body but whole in mynde I praise God therefore do make this my pnte Testamt conteyninge therin my last will in mann’ & forme followinge, ffirste I bequeath my soule in­to the hands of almighty God my creator, hopinge to be saved all onely by the death of his sonne Jesus Christ my alone saviour & and redeem’ & my body to be buryed in the Church or churchyards of Wiche aforesaid accordinge to the discretion of my executors It. I will and my mynd is that my debts beinge payd my legacies fun’all expences dis­charged that the rest & residue of my goods & chattels & debts to me owinge as appeareth by my debt books shalbe parted & devyded equall parts and portions, whereof Margaret my wife to have one equall part, my sonne Thomas Comberbach another equall pte, my sonne Roger another squall parte, my sonne John another equall pte, & my daughter Margaret another equall part. It. I will that Margaret my wife shall have & enjoy the house & garden thereto belonginge wherein I nowe do dwell duringe her life, if she shall live sole unmaryed & keepe it in my name, & if she marry then my will is that she shall have that part of the house adioyninge wh is Mr Wilbraham’s lande in such sort as it is nowe devyded & halfe the garden belonginge to that house, she the said Margaret payinge the whole rent to Mr Wilbraham his heires and assigns wch shalbe yearely due for the same. It. I give & bequeath to Margaret my wife the house & garden that I hold of Mr Wilbraham of Wood­hey duringe her life & if she marry I will that my sonne Roger shall have halfe the garden. It. I give and bequeath vnto the said Margaret my wife one rentcharg of xls yearly payable to mee my exors & assigns by my mother in lawe Salmon duringe her life as appeareth by Indentures betwixt us made, but if she marry then I will that my sonne Thomas shall have the said rent so longe as my sayde mother lyveth. It. I give & devise to my said son Thomas & to the heires males of his body to be begotten the house whr’in I nowe dwell togethwr wth the garden therevnto belonginge wth all & singul’ theire appurt’. And for default of such issue male then I give and bequeath the same to Roger Comberbach my sonne & to the heires males of his body to be begotten, & for want of such issue male to John Comberbach my third sonne & the heires males of his body to be begotten & for want of such heires then to the right heirs of me the sayde Roger. It I geve & bequeth to Laurence Sworton alias Comb’bach my reputed sonne xls. It. I geve & bequeath to Wm Stonyar, James Cootton, & Thomas Latham my men xs apeece. It. I geve & bequeth to my brothr Richard my cloake, to Mary Spencer my cosin xxs to Katerin Johnes my maid servt. vjs viijd, to James* Mylner als Edwards xiijs iiijd It. I will that the rest & residue of the yeares wth my said men servants are covenanted to serve me shalbe referred to the discretion of my executrs heareafter named to deale wth them as they shall think best they to continue to tanne out the lethr in the pike after as my executors shall thinke fittest. It. my will & desire is that my executors shall have the vsinge & disposinge of all my goods to the use & behoofe of my children aforesaid. It. my will & mynde is that if any of my said childrn shall decease before they come to the age of xxi yeares or shalbe put forth to some trade science or occupacon wth all or part of thr portion or portions that then the portion of the said partye so dyinge shalbe equally parted and devyded amongst the rest of my children then livinge, But if any of them shalbe maryed be­fore the said age of xxi yeares & dye before the saide age then his or her portion shall not be devyded as aforesayde. But if any of them be sett or put to some trade science & oc­cupation wth some such portion of their childs part as my executors shall thinke meet and dye before the said age of xxi yeares then my mynde is that his or their portion so put to trade then remayninge shalbe equally devyded amongst the rest of my children then livinge. It. I will that after the decease of my said wif my said sonne Roger shall have the foresaid house & garden that I hold of Mr Wilbraha’ duringe the life of the said Thomas my sonne. It. I do make & ordeyne of this my pnte Testamt & last will Randulphe Churche William Salmon my brother in lawe Margaret Comb’bache my wiffe my true & lawfull executos whom I request to see this my will & testamt truly performed. And I make Thomas Maynwaringe & Richard Comb’bach my brother ou’seers of the same. I revoke & utterly annull all former wils & bequests hearetofore made by me at any tyme. In witnes etc

Goods appraised at £117 9s 6d. 
COMBERBACH, Roger (I2)
 
16867 Will of Susanna BRAZIER widow of Widford 13th October 1759
Proved 21st January 1760 [D/ABR 25 fo 1]

In the name of God Amen. I Susanna BRAZIER of Widford in the county of Essex Widow being of Sound Mind Memory and understanding (Blessed be God) And as to that Earthly Talent as God hath Blessed me with I Disperse of in the following manner (that is to say) Item I Give and devise unto my Seven Children (namely) Elizabeth Brazier, Thomas Brazier, John Brazier, Edward Brazier, Mary Brazier, William Brazier and Rebecca Brazier. All That my Reversion in Fee Expectant upon the Death of My Mother in Law Elizabeth Chopping of Widford aforesaid Of and in One Moiety or Equal undivided half part of All that Freehold Messuage or Tenement with the Shop Outhouses and Appurtenances thereunto belonging Situate in Widford aforesaid. To Hold unto them my said Children Elizabeth, Thomas, John, Edward, Mary, William and Rebecca and their Heirs and Assigns for Ever as Tenants in Common and not as Joint Tenants. And all the residue of my Personal Estate whatsoever I Give and Bequeath the Same Equally between all my said Children share and share alike. And lastly I do make Nominate and Appoint Benjamin Sarjeant and William Mapes Joint Executors of this my last Will and Testament and so revoke and make void all former Wills by me made In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the Thirteenth Day of October 1759. The mark of Susannah X Brazier Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the Said Susannah Brazier as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in her presence and at her request and in the present of Each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses to the same Robt Smith, Wm Stokes, Wal: Pennie.

This Will was proved in the Twenty first day of January in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty before the reverend Samuel Foster clerk Surrogate &c By the Oath of Benjamin Sarjeant one of the Executors to whom Administration of all and Singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the Deceased was Granted and committed he being first sworn duly to Administer and that the Effects of the said Deceased are under the sum of Twenty Pounds (Power being reserved of making the like Grant to William Mapes the other Executor when he shall Apply for the same). 
Chopping, Susannah (I8060)
 
16868 Will of Thomas Comberbach Yeoman dated 4 Jul 1789 and proved 19 Apr 1792

Salop 19th Aprilis 1792 [19th Apr 1792]
T[estator] Thome Camberbach de Elsmere 2: Ex C- Inf 600£
The last Will and testament of me Thomas Comberbach of Ellesmere in the County of Salop Yeoman made and published the Fourth Day of July in the Year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and Eighty nine [4th Jul 1789]. First I will that all my Debts and funeral Expences be paid and discharged by and out of my personal estate not hereinafter specifically bequeathed. Also I Devise all those my Copyhold or Customary messuages or Dwelling houses with the buildings Gardens Yards Lands and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being in Dodington in the parish of Whitchurch in the County of Salop aforesaid now or late in the several holdings of Benjamin Clarke and Gabriel Williamson or their respective under tenants and all other my messuages Lands and hereditaments lying and being in Dodington aforesaid unto my loving wife Elizabeth Comberbach and her assigns for and during the Term of her Natural Life and from and after her decease I Devise all and singular the said above mentioned Copyhold or Customary premises To the Use of Thomas Edwards son of John Edwards of Iscood in the County of Denbigh Farmer and the heirs of his body lawfully issuing and in Default of such Issue To the Use of Peter Edwards another son of the said John Edwards and the heirs of his Body lawfully issuing and in Default of such Issue To the Use of John Edwards the younger (son of the said first named John Edwards) and the heirs of his Body lawfully issuing and in Default of such Issue To the Use of William Edwards one other of the sons of the first named John Edwards and the heirs of his body lawfully issuing and in Default of such Issue To the Use of all and every the son and sons of the said John Edwards the father on the body of his now wife and my niece Mary Edwards begotten to be begotten and the heirs if the body and bodies of all and every such son and sons lawfully issuing the Elder of such son and the heir of his or their body and bodies and in Default of such Issue To the Use of all and every the Daughter and Daughters of the Body of the said John Edwards the father on the body of the said Mary his now wife begotten or to be begotten as Tenants in Common and to the heirs of the body and bodies of all and every such Daughter and Daughters lawfully issuing and in Default of such Issue To The Use of my own right heir for Ever.
Also I bequeath to my cousin Thomas Randles of the Tulth in the Township of Sesswick in the Parish of Bangor in the said County of Denbigh his Executors and administrators the Sum of Three hundred pounds Upon the Trusts following (that is to say) Upon Trust that the said Thomas Randles his Executors and administrators do permit my said wife to have and take to her own use only the Increase Interest and annual product produce of the said Three hundred pounds for her Life and which I do hereby give to her and from and after her decease then In Trust to pay the sum of Thirty pounds part of the said Three hundred pounds unto my said wife’s Niece Elizabeth Morris wife of William Morris of Culmere [Colemere] in the parish of Ellesmere aforesaid Labourer if she shall be then living but if she shall be then dead Then In Trust to pay the said sum of Thirty pounds to and among the Children of the said Elizabeth Morris them having equality share and share alike. And also Upon Trust to pay and apply the residue of the said sum of Three hundred pounds Upon the same Trusts and for the same uses and in the same shares and proportions as in hereinafter declared of the residue of my personal estate. Also I do hereby charge all the residue of my personal estate with the payment of an annuity or yearly sum of five pounds above of all deductions to my sister Elizabeth Griffiths for her Life and I give the same unto her accordingly and do direct that the first payment thereof shall be made at the end of Twelve Months next after my Death Also (after payment of my Debts Legacies and funeral expences and the expences of the Executorship and Trusts of this my will) I bequeath all the residue of my Personal Estate of what nature or kind soever unto the said Thomas Randles his Executors and administrators Upon the several trusts hereinafter mentioned and declared concerning the same (that is to say) Upon Trust to continue the same at Interest and from time to time to call in and replace out the same or any part thereof at Interest upon good real personal or parliamentary securities as to him or them shall seem moot[?] and to pay and apply the Interest or annual produce arising from one Ninety or half part thereof unto my said Niece Mary Edwards for her Life for her sole use and separate two [to] and not for the use of her husband nor to be subject to his Debts or control and from and after her death Upon Trust to pay the said Ninety of half part of previous[?] residue together with all Interest that shall be then due for the same unto and among all and every the Child and Children of my said Niece Mary Edwards that shall be living at the time of her decease and to the Issues of such of them who shall be dead (such Issue to be entitled to their respective parents share only) equally share and share alike and I give the same to them accordingly. And Upon this further Trust to pay the said last mentioned moiety or half part of the said residue together with all Interest that shall be then due for the same unto and among all and every the Child and Children of my said Niece Sarah Rowland that shall be living at the time of her death and to the Issue of such of them who shall be then dead (each Issue to be entitled to their respective parents share only) equally share and share alike and I give The same to the accordingly. The receipts of my said Nieces and other Legatees and annuitants respectively Infants or Coverts to be effectual discharges for their several Interest aforesaid. Also I appoint my said wife and the said Thomas Randles Executrix and Executor of his my will and I will that they or either of them shall not be answerable for more of my personalty than shall come to their respective hands nor for the acts of each other nor for any less that may happen without their respective wilful default but may retain their reasonable expences. In witness whereof I the Testator Thomas Comberbach have to this my last Will and Testament contained in three sheets of paper to the two first thereof set my hand and to this my hand and seal the day and year in the first sheet hereof first written.
Thomas Comberbach
Signed sealed published and declared by the Testator Thomas Comberbach as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our Names as Witnesses
Rich’d Chidley of Ellesmere Corvicer
Samuel Jackson of Ellesmere Corvicer
John Alright[?] Surr. Of the Church Att’y at Law

Shrewsbury 19th April 1792
Sole Probat[e] be granted to Elizabeth Comberbach Widow & Thomas Reynolds….
 
Comberbach, Thomas (I5486)
 
16869 Will of Thomas Roden Comberbach
from microfilm MF 91/37 WR28 page 631 [Chester Record Office]

This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Roden Comberbach of Macclesfield in the County of Chester Hotel Keeper I bequeath to Arthur T Pattinson Solicitor Macclesfield (who married my dearest daughter Mary Elizabeth) the legacy or sum of five hundred pound free from legacy duty I appoint devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate and business goodwill and effects which shall belong to me at my demise or now which I shall have any power of appointment or disposition unto and equally between all my children namely Robert Suker Comberbach Elizabeth Comberbach Annie Comberbach and Margaret Comberbach as tenants in common for their absolute use and I appoint my said children Robert Suker Comberbach Elizabeth Comberbach Annie Comberbach and Margaret Comberbach executors and executrixes of this my Will I revoke all former Wills by me heretofore made In witness whereof I the said Thomas Roden Comberbach hereto this my last Will set my hand this fourth day of February 1887 - T R Comberbach - signed by the said Thomas Roden Comberbach as and for his said Will in the presence of us both being present at the same time who at his request in his sight and presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses
- G K Killmister Solicitor Macclesfield
- John Shakwell 138 Great King Street Macclesfield Clerk to Messrs Killmister Norberry Macclesfield

Proved at Chester the 13th day of May 1887 by the oaths of Robert Suker
Comberbach the son and Elizabeth Comberbach spinster Annie Comberbach
spinster and Margaret Comberbach spinster the daughters the Executors to
whom administration was granted.

The Testator Thomas Roden Comberbach was late of Macclesfield in the County
of Chester Hotel Keeper and died on the 5th day of April 1887 at Macclesfield aforesaid
Gross amount £2146.6.3
Killmister and Pattinson Solicitors Macclesfield
 
Comberbach, Thomas Rhoden (I182)
 
16870 Will of Wm H Cumberbatch
Filed 11th September 1903 by B.E. Bynoe Proved 18th September 1903
Witness Ella Cumberbatch Dayrells R[oa]d Ch[rist] Ch[urch]
Barbados.
This is the Last Will and Testament of me William Henry Cumberbatch of the Parish of Christ Church in the Island of Barbados abovesaid.
I direct my debts funeral and testamentary expenses to be paid.
I give devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate to which I shall be entitled at the time of my decease whether in possession reversion remainder or expectancy and whether in this Island or elsewhere unto my wife Rebecca Cumberbatch absolutely. And I appoint the said Rebecca Cumberbatch sole Executrix of this my will. In testimony whereof I the said William Henry Cumberbatch have thereunto set my hand and seal this twelfth day of June One thousand eight hundred and ninety seven [12 June 1897].
W H Cumberbatch
Signed sealed published and declared by the testator the said William Henry Cumberbatch as and for his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time, who in his presence , at his request and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses:
B.E. Bynoe
Ella Cumberbatch
BARBADOS.
In the Court of Ordinary.
This 18th day of September 1903. In the matter of the Will of William Henry Cumberbatch deceased.
Personally appeareth Ella Cumberbatch and on being sworn saith, I knew William Henry Cumberbatch he is dead: I witnessed his Will and saw him execute it. The Will shewn to me is the one I witnessed, and the signature to it as one of the witnesses is my signature; at the time the Testator executed his Will he was in a sound state of mind and fit to make a Will. Ella Cumberbatch
The above deposition sworn before me. Let letters testamentary issue.
BARBADOS.
By His Honour the Chief Justice.
These are in His Majesty’s Name to authorize and empower you to inventory and appraise all and every the Estate of William Henry Cumberbatch deceased as the same shall be shown unto you [blank] and a true and reasonable appraisement to return upon oath to the best of your skill and judgment.
Dated this 18th day of September 1903.
 
Cumberbatch, William Henry (I4449)
 
16871 Will Phillis Cumberpatch dated 30 May 1808 & proved 6 Feb 1811
N Will, Phillis Cumberpatch, 06/02/1811

I Phillis Cumberpatch of Kingsthorpe in the County of Northampton Widow being of sound and disposing Mind Memory and Understanding (praised by God for the same) Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following (that is to say) I give and devise unto my son John Cumberpatch and my daughter Ann Southwick their Heirs and Assigns for ever as Tenants in Common and not as Jointenants [joint tenants] All that my Messuage or Tenement with the Garden and Appurtenances to the same belonging situate and being in Kingsthorpe aforesaid now in the Tenure or Occupation of Charles Johnson. I give and devise unto my Daughter Phillis Cumberpatch her Heirs and Assigns for ever All that my Messuage or Tenement with the Appurtenances situate and being in Kingsthorpe aforesaid now in the Tenure or Occupation of Sarah Danes And also all that Garden or Piece of Ground lying near or adjoining the same Messuage and now in my own Posession Subject nevertheless to and I do hereby charge the said last mentioned Messuage and Garden or Piece of Ground with the Payment of the sum of thirty five Pounds [£35] unto my Daughter Susanna Bryan at the End of Twelve Months next after my Decease and I do give and bequeath the same to her accordingly And also subject to and I do hereby charge the same with the Payment of four Pounds [£4] apiece unto the five children of my late son Richard Cumberpatch to whom I give and bequeath the same accordingly and direct the same to be paid at the End of twelve Calendar Months next after my Decease unto such of them as shall then have attained the age of twenty one Years and to such of them as shall not then have attained the age of twenty one Years when as soon as they shall respectively attain that age. I give and bequeath unto my son James Cumberpatch all the Crops of Corn Grain and Hay and all my dead Stock which shall at the Time of my Decease be standing growing or being on the Lands and Premises by me now rented of Thomas ^John^ Cooch And also all my Implements of Husbandry of every Sort and Kind Subject to and charged with the Payment of all Rent and Taxes that shall be due for or in Respect of the same Land at my Decease or afterwards become due for the sale All the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Goods Chattels Effects and Personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what Nature or Kind soever I Give and bequeath unto my said Daughter Phillis Cumberpatch to and for her own Use and Benefit Subject to the Payment of my Debts (Except the said Rent and Taxes) and my Funeral Expences. And I make constitute and appoint my said Daughter Phillis Cumberpatch sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and making void all former and other Wills by me at any time heretofore made. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and seal this thirtieth Day of May in the Year of our Lord Christ One thousand Eight hundred and Eight [30th May 1808].
Signed sealed published and declared by the said Phillis Cumberpatch the Testatrix as and for her last Will and Testament in the Presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our Names as Witnesses at her Request in her Presence and in the Presence of each other.
The Mark of Phillis Cumberpatch {SEAL}
George Abbey
Valentine Smith
Marey Smith [sic]

On the 6th Feb[ruar]y 1811 Phillis Cumberpatch (now Phillis Cox the Wife of Thomas Cox) the sole Executrix named in the within written Will was then sworn well and faithfully to perform the same and that the Goods Chattels and Credits do not amount in Value to the Sum of One hundred Pounds.
Before me Jno Watts, Surrogate 
Burleton, Phyllis (I4712)
 
16872 Will Samuel Comberpatch. Dated 22 Aug 1723 & proved 31 Aug 1723
Northampton Record Office: N Will, MW76, folio 232, Samuel Comberpatch, 1723

In the name of God Amen August the twenty second in ye year of our Lord 1723 [22 Aug 1723]. I Samuell Comberpatch of ye Parish of Kingsthorpe in ye County of Northampton do make yt my last Will & Testament in manner and form following. First and foremost I bequeath my soul into ye hands of God who gave it; and my Body to ye earth from whence it came, to be buried at ye discretion of my Executrix hereafter nominated.
Imprimis. I give & bequeath to my loving Wife my Messuage or Tenement in Kingsthorpe which was my Father’s with ye Close, Backside and Appurtenances thereto belonging; to Her & her Heirs for ever according to her diposall [sic]
Item I give to every one of my Children John, Elizabeth, Mary, Roger, Margaret, Sarah, Samuell, One Shilling apiece.
All ye rest of my Goods & Chattels & personal Estate whatsoever I give & bequeath to my loving Wife aforesaid whom I make Executrix of this my last Will & Testament; She paying my Debts & Legacies and Funerall Charge.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal ye Day of ye Date hereof as above written.
Signed Sealed & delivered in the presence of us, by the Testatour [sic]
The Mark of S.C. Samuell Comberpatch
Hatton Atkins
C___ Gardner
Edward Staunton

Ult die August 1723 [31 Aug 1723]
Jurata fuit Maria Cumberpatch Relicta et Executrix in her Test[ament]o nominati juxta petionem promratoris Et Quod bona jura et nedita dict defuncti non Extendis et ad simmam viginti Librar
Coram me
Francisco Stania
[Mary Cumberpatch widow and executrix]
 
Cumberpatch, Samuel (I5321)
 
16873 William CUMBERPATCH child of Uriah CUMBERPATCH & Esther of 1 Mona Terr a Labourer was baptised at HYSON GREEN St Paul on 27 Feb 1889; Source:Parish Register Baptism Database - Notthinghamshire Family History Society;Date of baptism/ birth:1889 02 27
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S4388)
 
16874 William & Colina (MacIntyre) Brydon, Hector & Mary

"The things which are not seen are eternal."

In/memory/of/WILLIAM BRYDON C.B./born 9th october 1811/died 20th March 1873//and his wife COLINA MAXWELL MACINTYRE, born 17th Nov. 1820, died 15th Dec. 1899 also of their son HECTOR JOHN BRYDON, born Sep. 1848, died Dec. 1912/and of their daughter MARY ANNE SCOTT/born 19 Oct. 1854, died 11 May 1932.

http://gravestones.rosscromartyroots.co.uk/picture/number2843.asp?st=brydon
 
Brydon, Companion order of the Bath CB Dr William (I361)
 
16875 William COOK otp Martha CUMBERPATCH otp 1797 08-Nov Kingsthorpe
Source Type: Marriage 
Source (S5388)
 
16876 William Cumberledge Alfrey Carr Ralph Steevenson John Moore in the Staffordshire, England, Extracted Parish Records
Record Image Index-only record

Text: 12 Dec 1774 William Cumberledge, of B., labourer, & Alfrey Carr, of B., single woman. Wits.: Ralph Steevenson & John Moore.
Book: Marriages. (Marriage)
Collection: Staffordshire: Burslem - Parish Registers, 1761-1809
---
Alfrey Carr in the England & Wales Marriages, 1538-1940

Name: Alfrey Carr
Gender: Female
Spouse's Name: William Cumberlidge
Marriage Date: 12 Dec 1774
Marriage Place: Burslem, Staffordshire, England
---
Alfrey Carr in the England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973

Name: Alfrey Carr
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 12 Dec 1774
Marriage Place: Saint John,Burslem,Stafford,England
Spouse: William Cumberledge
FHL Film Number: 426503, 426504, 96877, 96878
---
Alfrey Carr in the England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973

Name: Alfrey Carr
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 1774
Marriage Place: Saint John, Burslem, Stafford, England
Spouse: William Cumberlidge
FHL Film Number: 1278910
Reference ID: 2:2DHFJRQ
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Name: William Cumberledge
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Alfrey Carr
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 12 Dec 1774
Event Place: Saint John,Burslem,Stafford,England
Father's Name:
Mother's Name:
Spouse's Father's Name:
Spouse's Mother's Name:
Race:
Marital Status:
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Marital Status:
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01004-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 426503, 426504, 96877, 96878
Reference ID:

Citing this Record: "England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," Database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V52Z-HHL : accessed 29 June 2015), William Cumberledge and Alfrey Carr, 12 Dec 1774; citing Saint John,Burslem,Stafford,England, reference ; FHL microfilm 426,503, 426,504, 96,877, 96,878.
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Staffordshire: Burslem - Parish Registers, 1761-1809
Marriages. Vol 3

12 Dec 1774 William Cumberledge, of B., labourer, & Alfrey Carr, of B., single woman. Wits.: Ralph Steevenson & John Moore. Burslem
Ancestry CD2478 Staffordshire, Warwickshire & Derbyshire
Source Type: Marriage 
Source (S9452)
 
16877 William Cumberlidge a Blacksmith of Wincle, Prestbury married Elizabeth Chapell of Wincle, Prestbury on 24 Sep 1772 at Saltersford Cum Kettleshulme, Prestbury, Cheshire.
Witnesses: Martha Plant and John Frost.

First name(s) William
Last name Cumberlidge
Marriage year 1772
Marriage date 24 Sep 1772
Marriage place Saltersford Cum Kettleshulme
Spouse's first name(s) Elizabeth
Spouse's last name Chapell
City or town Saltersford-cum-Kettleshulme [A chapelry of Prestbury, see: https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Saltersford,_Cheshire_Genealogy ]
County Cheshire
Country England

He might have been the father of George Cumberlidge. See William Cumberlidge a blacksmith born in Wincle, Cheshire [3889] for a possible brother.

Baptism:

First name(s) George
Last name Camberlege
Baptism year 1783
Baptism date 18 May 1783
Baptism place Leek, St Edward
Denomination Anglican
Father's first name(s) Wm
Mother's first name(s) Elizth
County Staffordshire
Country England
Archive reference D1040/5/4
Page 118
Register Type Baptism & marriage
Record set Staffordshire baptisms
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
Collections from Great Britain [FMP]

 
Cumberlidge, George (I10268)
 
16878 William Cumberlidge a Blacksmith of Wincle, Prestbury married Elizabeth Chapell of Wincle, Prestbury on 24 Sep 1772 at Saltersford Cum Kettleshulme, Prestbury, Cheshire.
Witnesses: Martha Plant and John Frost.

First name(s) William
Last name Cumberlidge
Marriage year 1772
Marriage date 24 Sep 1772
Marriage place Saltersford Cum Kettleshulme
Spouse's first name(s) Elizabeth
Spouse's last name Chapell
City or town Saltersford-cum-Kettleshulme [A chapelry of Prestbury, see: https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Saltersford,_Cheshire_Genealogy ]
County Cheshire
Country England 
Cumberlidge, William (I3889)
 
16879 William CUMBERPACH s Samuel jnr & Sarah 1748 11-Dec Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5236)
 
16880 William CUMBERPACH s Samuel snr & Mary 1749 22-Jan Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5260)
 
16881 William Cumberpatch in the Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Burials, 1813-1912

Name: William Cumberpatch
Age: 1
Birth Year: abt 1836
Burial Date: 30 Apr 1837
Burial Place: Northampton, St Giles, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Northampton, St Giles
Register Type: Parish Registers
Source Type: Burial 
Source (S11630)
 
16882 William Cumberpatch followed his father into the army. Aged 28 and 11 months and born near Exeter, St Thomas, Devon, he joined the Northampton Regiment on 18th January 1900 for a term of 1 year. On the 16th Feb 1901 he was posted to South Africa and hence does not appear in the 1901 census. On 10th May 1901 he was discharged after completing his term having served 1 yr and 113 days.

6-7085 William Cumberpatch Short Service Attestation (One Year) British Army Service Records
Born: St Thomas, Exeter, Devonshire
28 years 11 months on 18 January 1900
Coachbuilder
Militia: 1st V B Northamptonshire Regt
Age: 28
Height: 5 feet 6½ inches
Weight: 132 lbs
Chest: minimum 34 inches – maximum expansion 36 inches
Complexion: Dark
Eyes: Brown
Church of England
Discharged 10 May 1901 after 12 months engagement
Home 18/1/00 to 15 Feb 1901
South Africa 16 Feb 1901 to 3 May 1901
Father John 26 St James End Northampton
Brother Henry (y) 26 St James End Northampton
[FindMyPast] 
Cumberpatch, William (I2528)
 
16883 William Cumberpatch Pension Records
No 75 4th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment
37 years & 2 months on 8th April 1908 Attested for 3 years
Born: St Thomas, Exeter, Devonshire
Coach Builder at Mr Mulliner’s
Abode: 37 Ash Street, Northampton
Married: yes
Previous service: Militia 1VB Northampton Regiment

Regiment Rank Dates From To
1VB North’n Reg’t Private 12/1/91 12/1/91 29/4/06
1VB North’n Reg’t Lce Cpl 30/4/06 30/4/06 31/3/08
4 Noth’n Reg’t Lce Cpl 1/4/08 1/4/08 31/3/10
4th Bn North’n Regt Promoted Corp’l 1/4/10 1/4/10 31/3/11
4th Bn North’n Regt Re-engaged for 4yrs Corp’l 27/3/1911 1/4/11 18/8/14

Annual Training
Regiment Rank Dates From To
4th North’n Regt Milton Park Lce Cpl 28/8/08 28/8/08 16/8/08
4th North’n Regt Landguard Lce Cpl 1/8/09 1/8/09 15/8/09
4th Bn North’n Regt ? Corpl 27/7/10 27/7/10 17/8/10
4th Bn North’n Regt Thetford Corpl 6/8/11 6/8/11 20/8/11
4th Bn North’n Regt Worthing Corpl 28/7/12 28/7/12 11/8/12
4th North’n Regt Shorncliffe Corpl 27/7/13 27/7/13 10/8/13
Leave 1914

1st Battalion Northampton Regiment embodied Corporal 5/8/14, 1/8/14-18/8/14
Total Service to 18/8/14 23 years 219 days. 18/8/14 discharged being medically unfit for further military service

Campaigns: South Africa 1900-1901; Home 5/8/14-18/8/14

Medals: Queens SA Medal 3 clasps; Volunteer Long Service

Wife: Emma, 37 Ash Street, Northampton
Re-engaged 1st April 1908 for 3years and 27 March 1911 for 4 years.

[Ancestry]
British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 about William Cumberpatch
Name: William Cumberpatch
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Age at enlistment: 37
Birth Parish: St Thomas
Birth County: Devon
Document Year: 1908
Regimental Number: 75
Regiment Name: 4th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment
Number of Images: 11 
Cumberpatch, William (I2528)
 
16884 William CUMBERPATCH s John Elisabeth 1783 08-Apr Northampton St. Giles C of E born 7th Apr
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5328)
 
16885 William CUMBERPATCH s Richard CUMBERPATCH, & Franceis [Frances] baptised: 22 Mar 1799 in: Kingsthorpe C of E; from "Northamptonshire Baptism Index 1750 - 1812"
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S4281)
 
16886 William CUMBERPATCH s Roger Mary 1789 04-Oct Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5323)
 
16887 William CUMBERPATCH s Stephen Hannah 1767 15-Mar Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5300)
 
16888 William CUMBERPATCH s Stephen Prissilla 1790 16-May Kingsthorpe C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5362)
 
16889 William CUMBERPATCH William Phillis Chapel Place gardener 1837 06-Aug Northampton St. Giles C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5281)
 
16890 William CUMBERPATCH William Phillis Delph Row gardener 1835 28-Jun Northampton St. Giles C of E
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S5280)
 
16891 William Ellerby
England Births and Christenings
Name: William Ellerby
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 05 Nov 1790
Christening Place: SEARBY CUM OWMBY,LINCOLN,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Thomas Ellerby
Mother's Name: Bridget
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C03137-1 , System Origin: England-ODM , GS Film number: 435978, 508036
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Citing this Record
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NG5G-8B3 : accessed 03 Oct 2014), William Ellerby, 05 Nov 1790; citing SEARBY CUM OWMBY,LINCOLN,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 435978, 508036.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S7912)
 
16892 William Ellerby
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Name: David Ellerby
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 23 Nov 1845
Christening Place: Ulceby, Lincoln, England
Father's Name: William Ellerby
Mother's Name: Letitia Susannah
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C02195-7 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1450447 , Reference ID: item 4 p 84

Citing this Record

"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N688-M89 : accessed 01 Oct 2014), William Ellerby in entry for David Ellerby, 23 Nov 1845; citing Ulceby (near Barton), Lincoln, England, reference item 4 p 84; FHL microfilm 1450447.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S7885)
 
16893 William Ellerby
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Name: Maria Ellerby
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 18 Apr 1847
Christening Place: Ulceby, Lincoln, England
Father's Name: William Ellerby
Mother's Name: Leetitia Susanna
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C02195-7 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1450447 , Reference ID: item 4 p 88

About this collection
Citing this Record

"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NRRP-BM7 : accessed 01 Oct 2014), William Ellerby in entry for Maria Ellerby, 18 Apr 1847; citing Ulceby (near Barton), Lincoln, England, reference item 4 p 88; FHL microfilm 1450447.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S7886)
 
16894 William Ellerby
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Name: William Ellerby
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 21 Aug 1815
Christening Place: SEARBY CUM OWMBY,LINCOLN,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Thomas Ellerby
Mother's Name: Christiana
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C03137-1 , System Origin: England-ODM , GS Film number: 435978, 508036

Citing this Record

"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NG5G-8BW : accessed 01 Oct 2014), William Ellerby, 21 Aug 1815; citing SEARBY CUM OWMBY,LINCOLN,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 435978, 508036.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S7888)
 
16895 William H. Cumbulidge in the 1881 England Census
Name: William H. Cumbulidge
Age: 21
Estimated birth year: abt 1860
Gender: Male
Where born: Lutterworth, Leicestershire, England
Civil Parish: Glen Parva
County/Island: Leicestershire
Country: England
Street address: "27th Brigade Depot Barracks" Glen Parva
Education:

Employment status:

Occupation: Carpenter
Registration district: Blaby
ED, institution, or vessel: 24th Brigade Depot Barracks
Neighbors: View others on page
Piece: 3127
Folio: 117
Page Number: 16
Household Members:
Name Age
Robert Claridge 35
Arthur E. Anderson 21
George H. Hurge 18
William Hy. Bloxam 14
William H. Cumbulidge 21
John Dexter 17
John Dolby 17
Henry Dudle 18
James Goodman 18
George Harris 18
Thomas Halwell 18
William Pole 19
James Russell 20
Source Type: Census 
Source (S11858)
 
16896 William is not mentioned in his father's will. Flack, William (I8139)
 
16897 WILLIAM JAMES CUMBERPATCH
4 Mar 1919
Name: Cumberpatch William Jams
Regtl. No.: 424359
Rank: Private
10 Marlborough Road, Forest Gate
MEDICAL HISTORY of William James Cumberpatch
Class A General Service Tribunal exam
Birthplace: Victoria Road, Middlesex
Examined: 19 March 1917 at Stratford, London
Age: 19
Trade: Tobacconists Assistant
Height: 5 feet 2 inches
Weight: 123 lbs
Chest: 35½ inches expanded with 4 inches of expansion
Physical development: good
Vision: Right eye: 6/9 Left eye: 6/9
Enlisted at East Ham 7th June 1916
Joined on enlistment: 10th London Regiment Regimental No.: 424359
Placed in Category B1
Became non-effective by Transferred to Class “Z” Army Reserve on Demobilisation Date: 9 Feb 1919 at London
STATEMENT AS TO DISABILITY
Regiment: 10th London Regiment
Regimental No.: 424359
Rank: Private
Surname: Cumberpatch
Christian Names: William James
Address: 10 Marlborough Road, Forest gate, E7
Age last birthday: 20
First joined for duty 5 May 1917 at Mare St Hackney
Medical Category or Grade in which joined: A1
London 10 Jan 1919
In what countries have you served during this war and for what periods? France 23 Aug 1917 to 29 Aug 1918. In what capacity? Private
Wound and when it started: Bullet Wound Right Shoulder 27 Aug 1918
Hospitals in which treated: Whipps Cross Hospital, Leytonstone; VAD Hospital Burnham on Crouch
Name of National Health Approved Society: National Deposit Friendly Society
Employer before army: Mr J Ferrand 258 Green Street Forest Gate E7
Industry: Shop Assistant
Place of examination Shoreham
Disability claimed: Gun Shot Wound Back
Present condition: There is a scar about 2” long at the base of neck above right scapular now no disability except he cannot wear equipment on account of scar. States that his hand is weak.
Sun Shot Wound in active [service]
Is disability in final stationary condition? Yes
Degree of disablement: Nil
Examined: RAMC Shoreham by Sea 10 Jan 1919
Casualty Form – Active Service
Regimental No.: 424359
Regiment: 10th Battalion London Regiment
Rank: Private
Surname: Cumberpatch
Christian Names: William James
Religion: C of E
Age on Enlistment: 18 years – months
Enlisted: 7 Jun 1916
Term of Service: Duration of War
Colour Service reckons from 4 May 1917
Qualification: Musketry – 1st Class
Occupation: Tobacconists Assistant
General Service attested Private 7 Jun 1916
General Service To Army Reserve 8 Jun 1916
Mobilised & Posted Private 5 May 1917
London Regiment 10th Reserve Posted 6 May 1917
Embarked Soton [Southampton] 22 Aug 1917
Disembarked Havre 23 Aug 1917
Posted to 115th Battalion London Regiment Havre 30 Aug 1917 1 A.O. 204 of 1916
Joined 1/5 London 9 Sep 1917
29 Jun 1918 from I/R LFA Admitted Bronchial Pneumonia Date of Casualty: 29 Jun 1918
13 Jul 1918 from OC Unit: Rejoined Unit in the Field
2 Sep 1918 from OC Unit: Wounded in Action in the Field 27 Aug 1918
30 Aug 1918 2/2 LFA Admitted Shot Wound Shoulder 27 Aug 1918
28 Aug 1918 9 Can CCT 3 Aust General Hospital Admitted Shot Wound Shoulder 27 Aug 1918
28 Aug 1918 9 Can CCT 3 Aust General Hospital Admitted Shot Wound Shoulder 28 Aug 1918
28 Aug 1918 9 Can CCT 3 Aust General Hospital Transferred to England sev lPs Newhaven 28 Aug 1918
LF Depot – Attached –supny Private 29 Aug 1918
London Command Depot – Attached 24 Nov 1918
12 Jan 1919 Transferred to Dispersal Centre 12 Jan 1919
Transferred to Class “Z” Army Reserve on Demobilisation Date: 9 Feb 1919 at London
Next of Kin: Father: 10 Marlboro’ Rd, East Ham.
REGIMENTAL CONDUCT SHEET
10th London Regiment
Regimental No.: 424359 Cumberpatch W J
Certified that this soldier has not incurred any Regimental entry during his service.
 
Cumberpatch, William James (I1581)
 
16898 William Jeyes Cumberbatch, Platelayer, of 3 Colsterworth Terrace, Glebe St, Nottm, died suddenly Fri 30 July 1926. Returned home from work, apparently in pain, went to bed and was later found unconscious. Medical opinion was that he died of an aneurism of the abdominal aorta.
(Nottm Evening Post, Mon 2 Aug 1926, name printed as Cumberbatch) 
Cumberpatch, William Jeyes (I3202)
 
16899 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7117)
 
16900 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9382)
 

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