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(Copy of the Will of CHARLES SAUNDERS late of Wadebridge in the County of Cornwall carpenter deceased) Executrix
Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders
The widow & Relict of Testator

Proved in the Consistory Court Of the Lord Bishop of Exeter The 29th day of January 1831

Effects under 450. 0. 0d

Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders of Wadebridge in the County of Cornwall Widow, the sole Excutrix named in the last Will and Testament of Charles Saunders of the same place Carpenter and Joiner her late husband Who died on the eighteenth day of January Instant maketh oath and saith that she hath made diligent search and due enquiry after, and in respect of the Personal Estate and Effects of the said deceased, in order to ascertain the full Amount and Value thereof; and that to the best of her knowledge, information and belief, the whole of the Goods, Chattles and Credits, of which the said deceased died possessed within the Diocese of Exeter (exclusive of what the deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a Trustee for any other Person, or Persons, and not beneficially, but including the Leasehold Estates for Years of the deceased, whether absolute or determinable on Lives, and without deducting any thing on account of the Debts due and owing from the deceased) are under the value of Four Hundred and Fifty Pounds

The mark of Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders

Sworn on the Twenty Sixth Day of January 1831
Before me, Dalston Clements, Commissioner

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This is the last Will and Testament of me Charles Saunders of Wadebridge in the Parish of Saint Breock in the County of Cornwall Carpenter and Joiner, Whereby I commend my Soul to God and dispose of my worldly estate and effects in the manner following, that is to say, First I direct that all my just debts funeral expenses and the charges in proving this my Will be fully paid and satisfied by my Executrix herein after named out of the first that shall come to her hands after my decease, I give and bequeath to my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders all that my Leaseholds, Messagues Tenament or Dwelling Houses with the gardens and appurtenances therewith belonging , situate in Wadebridge aforesaid, the one in my own occupation and the other in the occupation of James Reynolds, Watchmaker as Tenant and which I hold under the Lord of the Manor of Pawton. To hold to her Executor Administration and assigns for and during all of the rest residue and Remainder of my Term and Estate therein to and for her own Sole and Separate use benefit and disposal to or for no other use intent or purpose whatever, Also I Give and Bequeath unto my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders all that Messuage Tenament or Dwelling House with the Courtlage garden and Appurtenances situate in Wadebridge aforesaid and now in the occupation of Richard Pross, Excise Officer, and which I hold under the Lord of the Manor of Pawton To hold during the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Term and Estate therein, Except as hereafter shall be Excepted to and for his own separate use and benefit during the Remainder of her life Also I give and bequeath unto my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders all that Leasehold Messuage Tenament or Dwelling House with the Courtlage Garden Warehouses and Appurtenances thereunto belonging situate in Wadebridge aforesaid and now in the occupation of Richard Hoskin, Butcher and which I hold of the Lord of the Manor of Pawton aforesaid, to hold and during the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Term or Estate therein, Except as hereafter shall be Excepted , to and for her own sole and separate use and benefit during the Remainder of her life, Also I give and bequeath to my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders My Work Shop or Warerooms the one part in my own possession and a part thereof in the possession of Gregory Brabyn as Tenant and which I hold under the Lord of the Manor of Pawton aforesaid to hold for and during the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Term or Estate therein, Except as hereafter shall be Excepted, to and for her own sole and separate use and benefit during the Remainder of her life, Also I give unto my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders all the Rest and Residue of my Household Goods, Furniture, Money or Moneys, Watch, plate and plated goods, Except or shall hereafter be Excepted, as may remain at the time of my decease, Also I give unto my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders all I am . In Books Book Debts or in what other nature kind or quality soever being subject to the payment of my first Debts Funeral Expenses and charges in proving This my Will, to have and to hold to and for her own sole and separate use, Except as shall hereafter be Excepted, And Whereas and herein mentioned or respect to certain exceptions to the Intent or purpose of giving and bequeathing a certain part or parts of my estate or property to persons hereafter mentioned, I do Hereby Dispose of a part or Parts of my Estate or Property in manner as follows, that is to say, To my Brother William Saunders all my Working tools and Wearing Apparel after my decease, and the aforesaid Wm Saunders to receive it after Three Calender Months after my decease, Also I bequeath to my Sister Mary Bennett three pounds of lawful money of Great Britain to be paid three months after my decease, Also I Give and Bequeath the aforesaid Mary Bennett after the decease of my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders if the life should be there living the House and Appurtenances thereunto belonging to have and to hold all the Rest Residue or term of my Estate therein and for her own sole and sue and benefit during the life that I now hold it on, Also I bequeath to my Brother the aforesaid William Saunders after the decease of my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders the Dwelling house and appurtenances now in the occupation of Richard Hoskin aforesaid to have and to hold all the Rest Residue or term of my Estate therein and for his own sole use and benefit during the life that I now hold it on, Whereas I direct and appoint my Wife Mary Ann Pascoe Saunders Sole Executrix of my Will, And I do revoke all former Wills and I do Declare this to be my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I the said Charles Saunders have hereunto set my hand and seal this 31 Day of January 1828 In the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Eight.

Charles Saunders (Seal)

Signed Seald published and Delivered in Presence of us

Hugh Godby, Cordwainer, Wadebridge

Gregory Brabyn, Currier, Wadebridge

A true copy William Gray

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