Miscellaneous Wills in the Bednall Collection
BC4/.... Names beginning with T

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Date

Name

Spouse Name

Children's 
Names

Address

Notes

Other Names Mentioned

4

01/01/1881

Martha Taylor

 

 

Leek, Staffordshire

Widow. NB Will date was simply given as 1881**.She had property in Newton, Lancashire.

Pickford; Newall; Newton; Harrison;

152

11/11/1872

William Anthony Marsden Tellwright

No name given.

 

Stanfield , Burslem, Staffordshire;

Colliery Proprietor. The will mentions  his brother-in-law Edward Booth husband of his sister Agnes Elizabeth and his aunt Jane Baddeley. Executors were his brother-in-law and Joseph Challinor of Leek. The will was signed and witnessed.

 

78

20/04/1887

Ann Thompson

Thomas

 

Reapsmoor, Fawfield Head, Alstonfield, Staffordshire

Statutory declaration by John Riley of Reapsmoor, Fawfield Head, Alstonfield, Staffordshire, Innkeeper and by Joseph Riley of Wigginstall in the same parish re the estate of Ann Thompson who died on 19 April 1886.

Riley; Smith;

157

01/11/1903

William Thorburn

   

   

High Street, Fraserburgh, Scotland.

Fish curer (retd). Inventory and valuation of household furniture and effects of five bedroom house, taken by John Reid. Total Value= £21:14s:0d.

  

244 24/07/1885 George Thurling        Maccoroni Inn, Stanley Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire Inventory of the fixtures, furniture, working utensils and stock of George Thurling by Brookes of Macclesfield.  
239 16/12/1922 John Frederick Turner Winifred Jane Staniforth Turner Roewood House, Birtles Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Merchant. His wife and his brother (Enoch William Turner of Sandbach, Cheshire) were his trustees and executors.  

52

16/08/1966

Thomas Turner

 

Arthur; Stanley; Wilfred;

10 Coppice Rise, Moss Estate, Macclesfield, Cheshire

Corporation Employee.  

  

204

16/03/1966

Mrs. Turner     296 Peter Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK Detailed listing (48 items) by auctioneer George Brian, of the house contents sold at their Great King Street, Macclesfield, sales room. Gross amount realised £142-11s-0d.  

85

06/04/1894

Turnock

  

  

30 St. Edwards Street, Leek, Staffordshire

Inventory of fixtures for the Trustees of Turnock who rented the house to Miss Chambre.

   

112

25/11/1865

Margaret Turnock

Unmarried

  

Foker Moor, Leek, Staffordshire

She was the sister of Thomas Turnock and Richard and Adam Turnock

  

325

03/01/1825

Thomas Turnock

Mary

 

Upperhouses, Heaton, Leek, Staffordshire;

(Copy will only  -on paper watermarked 1830.

 Testator's brother: Joseph Turnock; Benjamin Turnock;    Testator's sisters: Theodosia Turnock;  Alice Hulme and Elizabeth Barber.

Others were John Hulme of the Plough Inn, Leek, Staffordshire; Thomas Taylor of the Parkhouse, Leekfrith, Staffordshire.
Will was witnessed by William Bateman, George Robinson and James Cooper.

326

15/05/1824

Theodosia Turnock

Unmarried

 

Wormhought, Heaton, Leek, Staffordshire;

Copy will on paper watermarked 1830.

 Will was witnessed by Christianna Drening and Sarah Woodward.
Testator's sisters: Alice Hulme and Elizabeth Barber. Nephews and nieces: Mary, William, Catherine,  John, Thomas, Hannah, George, Robert Hulme and John, Elizabeth, James, Anthony and Theodosia Barber.
Testator's brothers: Thomas,  Joseph and Benjamin Turnock.
Testator's executors were her brother Benjamin Turnock of Wormhough, Heaton and Thomas Taylor of Parkhouse, Leekfrith, Staffordshire.

               

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