Ann Glanville

14 Sep 1821

"Registered 27 February 1827. Reg. no. 5741.
Ann Glanville of Stoke Newington, spinster, servant to Miss Green. Dies proposed of £900 consol. 82.5 £742.10-.

Probate was granted at doctors' commons 23 Feb 1827 to Kitty (in the will written Kittey) Glanville spinster the sister one of the executrixes and to Mildred Stidder widow the sister also the other executrix (therein described formerly servant to Miss Green of Stoke Newington in the county of Middlesex but late of Abingdon in the county of Berks/in the will called of Queens Buildings Brompton in the county of Middlesex).

£100 to be transferred to Margaret Bristow the legatee."
Margin notes suggest that Kitty died 26 June 1840 and Margaret 9 Jan 1839.

This is the last Will and Testament of me
Ann Glanville of Queen's Buildings Brompton in the County of Middlesex I give and bequeath unto my sister Margaret Bristow one hundred pounds stock in the three per cent consolidated Bank Annuities and to my sister Mary Crawford the Sum of twenty pounds Sterling to be paid immediately after my decease and after payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses I direct that the Interest arising from the residue of any Sum or Sums of Money Stocks ffunds or Securities which I may stand pofsefsed at my decease may be paid to my sister Kittey Glanville to and for her own use and benefit during her life And after her decease I give the principal of all such Sum or Sums of Money Stocks funds or securities unto my four Nieces Mary and Katherine Glanville and Mary and Maria Bristow to be equally divided betwween them share and share alike And I appoint my said sister Kittey Glanville and my sister Mildred Stidder Executrixes of this my Will In Witnefs whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and twenty one Ann Glanvill LB Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of us who in the presence of the Testatrix at her request in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our Names as Witnefses Thomas Robie No 4 queens Buildings Brompton Charles Geldard 14 New Road ffitzroy Square

Proved at London 23rd ffebruary 1827 before the Worshipful John Haggard Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the Oath of Kitty / in the Will written Kittey / Glanville Spinster the Sister and one of the Executrixes to whom administration was granted being first sworn duly to administer power reserved to Mildred Stidder Widow the Sister also and other Executrix