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Marriage: Children:
  1. William Kinnersley: Birth: 1686 in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. Death: 1767 in Leominster, Herefordshire

  2. Francis Kinnersley: Birth: 7 SEP 1688. Death: AFT 22 DEC 1744


Sources
1. Text:   Maria Kinnersley <maria@kinnersleym.freeserve.co.uk>

Notes
a. Note:   N24500 Thomas and Francis (this man’s son’s name) were favourite names of the Kynnersley family of Loxley, Staff, and Badger, Shropshire (qv). Was the Herefordshire family connected?
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 Thomas made his will in 1707 and probate was granted to the executor, his son Francis in 1708.
 (Source: Maria Kinnersley.)
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 Will of Thomas Kinnersley of Leominster, Barber.
 Made 20 October 1707. Probate 8 June 1708
 In the name of God, Amen, I Thomas Kinnersley of Leominster in the county of Hereford Barber, being weak in body but in perfect memory, praised be God for it, do make this my last Will and Testament, making void and of no ……………..all other wills whatsoever.
 Imprimis, I bequeathe my soul to God that gave it, and my earthly body to be buried in due and decent order, according to the manner of the Church of England by law established at the pleasure of my Executor, and my worldly goods in form and manner following.
 Item. I make my eldest son Francis Kinnersley sole Executor of all my goods and bills, bonds and obligations whatsoever paying the legacies hereafter mentioned.
 Item. I give and bequeathe to my son William Kinnersley, when he shall attain the age of one and twenty years the sum of 30 pounds of lawfull money of England, and the horse and the hay strait after my decease.
 Item. I give to my daughter Mary Kinnersley, when she attain the age of twenty one years, the sum of 30 pounds of lawfull money of England and the best bed with all the furniture thereto belonging.
 Item. It is my will and desire that William Morton of Burton upon Trent, Mercer, And John Wild of Marchington, Gent. be my Trustees and Gardians over my son William Kinnersley and my daughter Mary Kinnersley and that the said …………….pound shall be paid by my Executor to the above mentioned Will Morton and John Wild of the county of Stafford within twelve months after my decease, and tis my desire that the interest thereof shall be duly paid to ye said William & Mary Kinnersley to find them necessaries.
 Item. I give to my Wife Mary Kinnersley the use of all my Households goods excepting the bed & furniture before mentioned, during her life and all the other goods & Chattels to my Executor whatsoever they are. Witness my hand the 20th day of October in the year of our Lord 1707.
 The mark of Thomas Kinnersley.


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