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carracar
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Post by carracar » Tue Jun 12, 2012 11:02 am

will proved at york 1771 bard of pocklington This is my last will I insist on it still - so sneer on and welcome and e eu laugh your fill. I William Hicklington poet of pocklington do give and bequath. as free as I breath. to thee mary juram. the queen of my harem my cash and my cattle, with every chattel. to have and to hold. come heat or come cold. sans hindrance or strife though thou art not my wife. as witness my hand just her as I stand, this twelfth day of july in the year seventy WILLIAM HICKRINGTON curious will

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Post by plook » Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:53 pm

All Wills should be written like this!

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