In the name of God Amen I Francis Glanvill of Clifton in the County of Oxford Carpenter being Weak in Body but of Sound and Perfect Memory (Blessed be God) Do by this my last Will and Testament Give to my Sons Joseph Glanvill, Benjamin Glanvill, Francis Glanvill, John Glanville and Moses Glanville and to my Daughters Mary the Wife of Jonathan Pound Ann the Wife of William Low Sarah Glanvill Hannah Glanvill and Rachael Glanvill one Shilling each Also I give to my Loving Wife Ann Glanvill All my Freehold Messuages or Tenement and Garden with the Appurtenances in Clifton aforesaid To hold to her for her natural Life, the making no Spoil, Waste or Destruction thereupon And from and after her Decease I give and devise the same Messuages or Tenement and Garden with the Appurtenances to my said Son Francis Glanvill and his Heirs for ever to his and their own use All the rest and residue of my Goods Chattles and Personall Estate whatsoever I give to my said Wife Ann Glanvill whom I do hereby Appoint full and Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament And I do hereby Revoke Disanull and Make Void All former Wills and Testaments by me heretofore Made In Witness whereof I the said Francis Glanvill the Testator have to this my last Will and Testmament set my Hand and Seal the Eleventh Day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and thirty three.

Francis Glanvill Xthe Mark of the Testator

Signed Sealed Published and Declared
by the said Francis Glanville the Testator
as his Last Will and Testament in the
Presence of us who have hereunto Subscribed
Our Names as Witnesses in the
said Testator's Presence and at his Request

George Lenatt?
John Knapp
Hen: Knapp

Probate 14 July 1737 Personal Estate under Forty Pounds