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Will of William Attree of Fletching, co. Sussex, 1683.

William Attree of Fletching Yeo: Will dated 5th December 1682.
To my son Richard Attree a twenty shilling piece of old gold "to my sonne John Attree two bedstedles, two tables a charue a chees presse a warming pann, two potthangers and all other my goods and household stuffe now standing and being at the Batts being William Smith's ffarme in Maresfield together with six peeces of pewter dishes one feather bed and stedle over the Milk house with the boulsters pillowes blankettes coverlettes and all thereunto belonging an Iron pott A morter and pestle a toasting Iron a spitt and a lattin dripping pan one joyne chest over the Milkhouse one boarded chest in the Hall Chamber three chaires foure silver spoons one Carpett the great Chest in the Hall Chamber six milke boules a twenty shilling peece of old gould a gridgeiron and a paire of wrought andirons in the Hall" to my three daughters Mary Devall ; Anne Stocker and Jane Bennet two shillings and sixpence a piece, to my grandchildren 20s. each viz: to William A. John A. and Mary Attree children of my son Richard Attree and to William and Anne Attree children of my son John Attree John William Richard and Mary Devall my eldest da's children Mary and Ann Stocker my second da's children & to Wm Bennett Mary and Jane Bennett my youngest da's children to be paid them severally at 21 by Edward Attree my younger son whom exor. make my youngest son Edward Attree my sole executor. Witnesses: John Awcock Abraham Humfray Thomas Mulford.

Proved at Lewes by Edwd Attree, exor, 25 September 1683.
A36, 129.