Miscellaneous Wills in the Bednall Collection

BC4/.... Names beginning with L

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BC4/…

Date

Name

Spouse Name

Children's 
Names

Address

Notes

Other Names Mentioned

22

01/01/1877

Catherine Anne Lean

Charles

 

 Moseley, Birmingham

Nee Brindley.

 

91

09/05/1820

John Leason

 

 

Leek, Staffordshire

Shopkeeper. He had a brother William.

Hulme; Perkin; Challinor; Hilliard;

104

09/03/1876

William Lewthwaite

 

William; Anne; Mary;

Broadgate, Millom, Cumberland

Gent. Release of legacies or portions of £6000 Trustees of William Lewthwaite to William Lewthwaite.

Stackhouse; Garrett; Norman;

10

26/06/1890

Henry Lomas

Lavinia

Mary Ellen;

Leek, Staffordshire

Grocer  Provision Dealer  

Davenport; Rushton;

58

30/06/1933

Mary Elizabeth Longshaw

 

 

117 Bond Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire

List of payments to various people. Deceased ad a business at 40 Beech Lane, Macclesfield.

Watts; Ainsworth; Lowcock; Downing; Philips; Mellor; Rylands; Leverne; Clark;  Tapp;

195

01/01/1936

Harry Lucas

May Lucas.

His son's name was Harry.

Elmdene, Ferrers Way, Darley Abbey, Derbyshire.

This will is incomplete. Major clause on charities to be included.

 

258 16/10/1931 Jane Lawton Sons: Thomas Hammond Lawton, Kenneth Lawton, Lincoln Lawton Brown Hills Farm, Gawsworth near Macclesfield, Cheshire Will and codicils. Tom Rose of Macclesfield, Annie Maria Lowle. Doris Mary Stanhope of Dale House Farm, Gawsworth and George Henry Prince of Brown Hills Farm, Gawsworth
253 James Herbert Longdon 229 Peter Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire Household effects.[5 pages].
218 17/07/1914 Elizabeth Lowndes Sons Harry and Gilbert Lownds; Daughters: Ellen Brunt; Edith Alsop. Britannia Tavern, West Street, Leek, Staffordshire Will. Licensed Vitualler.

316

01/11/1760

Samuel Lucas

Margaret

James & William Lucas. Elizabeth wife of Christopher Routh of Manchester;

Spout Street, Leek, Staffordshire.

Will of a "button merchant". Copy of a probate copy and includes a codicil dated 29 July 1765. The testator was in partnership with William Key.

Lankford; Key; Joel; Wishaw;  Hall; Condlyffe; Wood; Wright; Tabboner; Mould;

 

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