Miscellaneous Wills in the Bednall Collection 
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Date

Name

Spouse Name

Children's Names

Address

Notes

Other Names Mentioned

211 30/12/1925

John Badenoch

    Tillybo, King-Edward parish, Aberdeenshire He was a farmer. Document is a signed and witnessed "Trust disposition and settlement His sister was Mrs Annie Duffus wife of John Duffus of Pitsligo. His housekeeper was Miss Elsie Spence Johnstone Benzie. Witnesses were: Hugh Gordon Cowie and Allen McLeod.

146

24/06/1863

Martha Ball

Widow  

 

Flash, Alstonefield, Staffordshire

Affidavit to obtain a return of probate duty re the estate of Mrs. Martha Ball, Challinor, Badnall & Challinor, Leek, Staffordshire. Contains a schedule of debts

Cooper; White; Bunting; Lightfoot; Lonsdale; Hordern; Bradbury; Bunt; Bennet; Crewe; Gilman; Milward; Hhine; Poyser; Beswick; Charlesworth; Finney; Moss; Crossley; Billinge; Horrobin; Lomas; Coats; Wain; Widdowson; Percival;

48

17/12/1968

Agnes Ada Barlow

Unmarried

 

44 Earlsway, Macclesfield, Cheshire

 

Bingham; Holland; Leather;  Barrber; Wallwork; Rossiter; Oldham; Edwads; Stanley; Bond; Dawson; Brough; Mace;

201

23/11/1851

George Barlow

 

 

 

Extracts from the will. Testator died on 23 November 1851 and his widow died on 22nd July 1852. His estate included Longsdon Grange, two houses in Lower Street, and six other houses elsewhere, in Congleton.

Ann & Charll (?) Barlow daughters of his brother John.  Geo Killmister Sherratt; George Nixon; Ralph Leese of Shelton.

99

13/12/1937

Emma Barlow

Widow

Louisa; Lizzie;

127 Brown Lane, Brindley Ford, Tunstall, Staffordshire.

 

Bibby;

105

26/11/1937

Frederick William Bayley

Florence

Ivy; Lilian;

Ryecroft, Chelford Road, Broken Cross, Macclesfield, Cheshire

 

Stanway;

106

26/11/1937

Florence Bayley

Frederick William

Ivy; Lilian;

Ryecroft, Chelford Road, Broken Cross, Macclesfield, Cheshire

 

 

107

30/10/1936

Eugenie Ellen Bayley

Thomas Henry

 

The Knoll, Ivy Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire

 

Collins; Jones; Rose; Wain; Mercer;

76

09/11/1852

John Bayley

 

Samuel.

Wildbourclough, Prestbury, Cheshire

Statutory declaration by his son Samuel Bayley of Langley, Sutton, Cheshire (Innkeeper) He mentions money due from "the Moss Rose" by Messrs Crawley & Birch.  Samuel then said that since he came of age he had received the ground rent for the Moss Rose public house farm and premises from Messrs Firth Mitchell & Sheldon and afterwards from Firth & Sheldon.

Crawley; Birch; Wheelton; Corbishley;

269 01/01/1957

Eugenie Ellen Bayley

Widow   The Knoll, Ivy Lane, Macclesfield; Many bequests including £200 towards the maintenance of St. Michael's Church, Macclesfield and £200 towards the maintenance of St. John's Church, Macclesfield. The children of her cousins Henry John Jones; William Alfred Jones, Horace John Jones; George Arthur Jones and Mary Adelaide Mercer. Kathleen Rogers of Ivy Lane, Macclesfield was also mentioned.

87

07/01/1806

John Beadnell

 

 

Salford, Lancashire

His nephews were John Beadnell of London, and George Beadnell, sons of  testator's brother Christopher.  Testator's sister was Mrs Elizabeth Beedam and Mrs Margaret  Coates.  He also had nieces Marry Beadnell and Margaret Craske daughters of his brother Christopher.

Carrington; Bradley; Stevenson; Radford; Beedam; Coates;  Craske;; Edensor; Trafford; Woolley; Cooke; Lee;

36

25/06/1853

Richard Edward Beech

 

 

Barlaston, Staffordshire

Yeoman. He was the brother of James and Thomas Beech.

Chisworth; Bowers; Thacker;

176

10/06/1869

James Bermingham

Elizabeth Bermingham.

George Henry, Mary Agnes (Sister Rosalie) Bermingham.

Leek, Staffordshire;

Silk Manufacturer. Mentions business carried on by jointly with his brother Henry.

Halton; Gould; Mould; Brough; Shaw;

173

23/11/1903

Henry James Bermingham

Florence Bermingham.

Joseph Francis, Mary Florence, Cyril Henry Bermingham.

Hillside, Broad Street, Leek, Staffordshire

  Silk Manufacturer

Shaw; Blades; Massey;

103

30/03/1893

Elizabeth Bermingham

Widow

George Henry; Michael Patrick; Mary Agnes; Elizabeth Hannah;

Leek, Staffordshire

 

 

60

10/06/1869

James Bermingham

Elizabeth

Mary Agnes;

Leek, Staffordshire

Brother of Harry. Silk manufacturer

Gould; Challinor; Mould; Halton;

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