Note: BURIAL: Researched by Pat Croad of New Zealand WILL OF GRACE STRATTON: In the name of God I Grace Stratton of Longcott in the county of Berks widow being sick of body but of perfect memory do make and ordaine this my last will & testament in manner and forme ... I give to my Son Thomas Stratton when he shall attaine to the age of twenty one years y sum of three score pounds of Lawfull money & bed Stead in the Chamber over the kitching with a feather bed feather boulster feather pillow one paire of sheets one paire of blanketts & a Cover Lid belonging to the said bed and two pewter dishes one pewter bason & one pewter plate I give to my son John Stratton when he shall attaine to the age of twenty one years y Sum of threescore pounds of Lawfull money, & a bed Stead with a flock bed, feather boulfter, feather pollow one paire of sheets one paire of blankets & Cover Lid belonging to the said bed and two pewter dishes and one pewter plate My will is that if either of my two sons Thomad or John shall happen to depart this life before he shall attaine to the age of twenty one years, that the survivor of him shall have thirty pounds being one ___ of his legacy over & above the legacy before bequethed Lastly all the rest and residue of my goods & Chattels whatsoever I give and bequeath unto my son Edward Stratton upon condition that he shall pay all my debts and Legacies & make him sole executor of this my last will and testament Revoking all other wills and tesaments by me heretofore made. In Witnes whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale the twenty fourth day of December Anno Dom 1703 . Possible surname of ANGER from Shrivenham in which case she was baptised 22 Jan 1642
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