Andrew Glanvill

30 Dec 1709

In the Name of God Amen
I Andrew Glanvill of the City of Exeter tallowchandler being weake of body of of sound and perfect mind and memory priafed be god doe make and ordaine this my last will and teftament in manner ffollowing ffirst and before all things elfe I comend my soule to god that gave it in hopes of a joyfull resurrection at the last day in and through the only merritts of Jefus Christ my blefsed saviour and redeemer and my body to the earth to be decently and chriftianly buried according to the discretion of my executrix herein after named and as concerning the things of this prefent life where with God hath blefsed me I given and difpose thereof in manner fflowing Imprimis I give and bequesth unto John Corke of the city and county of Exeter aforesaid woolcomber one guinea of gold Item I give and bequeath unto Susannah Penny my couzen and servant maid one guinea of gold Item all the reft of my goods and chattells not herein before given or bequeathed (my debts legacies and ffuneral charges ffirst paid and defrayed) I give and bequeath unto my well belove wife Mary Glanvill whom I make and ordayne sole executrix of this my last will and testament In witnefs whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this thirtieth day of december anno dommin 1709 and in the Eighth yeare of the reigne of our Soveraigne Lady Anne by the grace of god of great Brittaine ffrance and Ireland Queen Defender of the ffaith &p // Andrew Glanvill // Signed sealed and publifhed in the prefence of us Danll fforce Jona Carter Junior Jona Cert ***

Probatum ... (Latin text admon granted 13 Feb 1710 to Mary Mallett alias Glanvill (wife of Hugo Mallet) wife and executrix named in the will)