BEDNALL ETC, WILLS AND INVENTORIES 

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WILLIAM BEDNALL OF STANTON-BY-DALE, DERBYSHIRE, LABOURER  1855

Date of Will 10 August 1855
 Date of Testatorís Death: 11 August 1855
Probate: Lichfield 8 April 1856
Sum Sworn £300
Executor: William Grundy, labourer


Personal Estate
To be equally divided amongst William Grundy and the Testatorís nephews and nieces.

Name

Consanguinity

Amount

£      s     d

Duty

£     s     d

Total

£     s     d

William Grundy

 

24    0     6

0     5     0

1     4    0

William Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

James Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

Mary Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

Emma Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

John Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

John Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

Mary Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

William Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

Joseph Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

Edward Bednall

DB

24    0     6

0     3    0

0    14    3

 

Total

£264-5s-6d

 

 

Real Estate as personal estate.
Payment Date 15 August 1856

See PRO succession Duty Register B 1855. 


Will

In the Bishops Court of Lichfield 
In the Goods of William Bednall Deceased
 Appeared Personally William Grundy of Stanton by Dale in the County of Derby, labourer, the sole
 Executor named in the last will and testament of the said William Bednall late of Stanton by Dale in the County of Derby, Labourer, Deceased, who died on or about the Eleventh day of August One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Five and made oath, that the estate and Effects of the said Deceased, for and in respect of which a Probate of the said Will is to be granted 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 Leashold Estate or Estates for years of the Deceased, if any, whether absolute or determinable on Lives, and without deducting anything on account of debts, due and owing from the said Deceased, are under Three Hundred Pounds to the best of the said deponentís knowledge, information and belief.

 The Mark    X     of William Grundy

 Sworn on 8th day of April 1856 before me G. H. Law. Surrogate.