Richard Glanvill

Milford July 12th 1849

This is the last Will and Testament of me Richard Glanvill of the town of Milford in the Parish of Steynton County of Pembroke Shopkeeper. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Glanvill the whole of my Stock in Trade, Household Furniture Money and Securities for money Debts as well as the Interest I share in a Leasehold House, situate at Pembroke Dock, and all other my Personal Estate and Effects of what kind soever subject to the Payment, to my said Daughter, all of which She may use the best way she may deem prudent. I also bequeath unto Each of my sons viz. Thomas Glanvill, William Glanvill, Fredric Glanvill, James Glanvill and John Glanvill the sum of One Hundred Pounds, Each, to be paid Immediateley after my Burial, by my said Daughter Mary Glanvill Should Either of my sons as above named be Dead at the time specified the Hundred Pounds bequeath to be Equally divided among the sons that are then living I therefore nominate and apoint my said Daughter Mary Glanvill Sole Executor of this my last will and Testament. It witnefswhereof I the said Richard Glanvill the Testator have to this set my Hand onslea this Twelf day of July in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and forty nine Signed by the above named Richard Glanvill and by him Published and declared as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us who hvae hereunto set our Hand and seal in his presence and in the presence of Each other.

Richd Glanvill,
John Davies,
the Mark of Oliver Garrett

When proven 12 August 1854 by daughter Mary, the effects were sworn under Ł1500