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This is the last will and testament Mary Strudwick of Stoke next Guildford Surrey widow made this 29th day of April in the year of our lord 1834

Ffirst I direct all my just debts to be paid by and out of my personal estate

I give to my sista Elizabeth Beagly the Hollybourn Hants widow all my wearing apparel

also I give and bequeath to Richard Stillwell of Stoke aforesaid gentleman and James Smith of Worplesdon Surrey Lieutenant in his Majesty’s Navy their executors and assigns the sum of 300 pounds sterling in trust to pay the interest thereof to my said sista Elizabeth Beagley for her life so as she may not sell or anticipate the same and after her decease in trust to divide the principle between the children of my said sister Elizabeth Beagley their executors administrators and assigns equally as tenants in common

also I give to my nephew George Stevens the sum of 20 pounds sterling

also I give to Henry Beagley the natural son of my said sister Elizabeth Beagley’s daughter Sarah the sum of 20 pounds sterling

also again unto my servant Mary Ballham the legacy or sum of 10 pounds sterling

also I give the residue of my estate and effects unto the children of Thomas Rothwell now or late Mowhill in the parish of Witley Surrey

And I appoint the said Richard Stillwell and James Smith executors of this my last will in witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal the day and year first above written the mark and seal of the above named Mary Strudwick

signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Mary Strudwick testatrix as and for the last will and testament in the presence of us who in her presence and in the presence of each other hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses George Potter Guildford James Ogbourn of Guildford proved in London on the sixth of October 1834 before the judge by the oaths of Richard Stillwell and James Smith the executors to whom administration was granted having been first sworn duly to administer