Mary Glanville

20 Jan 1827

In the Name of God Amen
I Mary Glanville *** of Richard Glanville of Nettlebed in the County of Oxford Innkeeper being of sound mind and memory do hereby declare this to be my last Will and testament in manner as follows that is to say I hereby give and bequeath to my husband the said Richard Glanville all and every thing of whatsoever is belonging to me for his and my childrens use also I desire and empower my husband Richard Glanville aforesaid to be sole Executor of my late ffathers will John Day of Ewelme in the county of Oxford to which said Will I am sole Executrix and for him to act in my stead after my decease likewise I give and bequeath to my husband as aforesaid the sum of fifty pounds in trust for my niece Priscilla Day to be paid by him to her my said niece when she shall attain the age of twenty one years and that my said said husband shall reserve the interest of five per cent on the said sum of fifty pounds which said sum in now in the hands of Edward Greening of the parish of Gorsely in the County of Oxford and if the said Priscilla Day shall die before she shall attain the age of twenty one years then the said sum of fifty pounds be equally divided between Richard and Mary Glanville's children I Mary Glanville. Signed this in the presence of the undersigned Witnefses January the twentieth in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven - Thomas Wood - Dinah Wise

Proved at London 9th June 1832 before the worshipful Jefse Addams Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oath of Richard Glanville the husband and sole executer to whom administration was granted limited to the Rights and interest which she the deceased had and took as executrix and in trust and not beneficially under the will of John Day deceased but no further or otherwise or in any other manner whatsoever having been first sworn duly to administer