Anne Glanville

2 Mar 1723

In the name of God Amen
I Anna Glanville of Devonshire Street in the parish of Saint Andrew Holbourn in Middlesex widow do make this my last will Vizt) I give and devise all my estate both real and personal of what kind or nature soever the same to unto my very good friend Mr Edward Fisher a Mercer in round Court Strand and to his heirs executors and administrator to the end he may with all convienent speed get in and convert the same into ready money and thereout pay and retain to himself all such costs charged and expenses as he shall in any way be put unto or suffer for or by reason of this my will or the trust hereby lodged in him and then to pay himself and all other my honest creditors their just debts and after payment of my debts I give to my two servants Elizabeth Abetheref and Elizabeth Watson ten pounds apiece to the said Mr Fisher and his daughter Barbara twenty pounds apiece to my nephew William Merry twenty pounds to my niece Anna Maria Merry thirty pounds to my niece Alice Merry ten pounds to my sister Eliza: Lane thirty pounds to Mrs Ann Swallow twenty pounds to Daniel Eyre to his wife Mary and her sister Eliz: twenty pounds apiece and I will that my executor burys me in a private manner where my husband lyes at Putney all the rest and residue of my estate and effects after payment of my debts legacies and diffnneralls (?) I give to the said Mr Fisher and I make him sole executor of this my will and I hereby revoke all former and other wills by me at any time made and I declare this to be my last will in testimoney whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this second day of March anno domini 1723 Ann Glanville Signed sealed published and declared by the testatrix in our presence and then witnessed in her presence by us Sarah Tranter Anne Johnson Thos: Dangham

Probatum ....... (latin text granting probate 2 Apr 1724 to Edward ffisher, named executor)