Will of Ann Lelliott of Worthing 1850

This is the last Will and Testament of me Ann Lelliott Widow of Worthing Sussex. I give and bequeath unto my son Henry Lelliott and the children of my son Nicholas Peter Lelliott deceased the sum of sixty two Pounds ten shillings each being the principal money secured to me by two Promissory Notes of John Phillipps of Worthing Stationer &c I give and bequeath unto Ann Priscilla Mytel the eldest Child of my Grandaughter Emily Lelliott the Sum of Fifty Pounds being the principal Money secured to me by a promissory note of David Miles Builder &c of Worthing together with all interest due upon the same to be disbursed by my Executors according to their discretion for her maintenance education and on apprenticing her or otherwise putting her on a way to obtain her livelihood. I give and bequeath unto the said Henry Lelliott my Son the five Mooring or Stones chains and all that appertain there to. I give and bequeath unto the said Henry Lelliott my Daughter Priscilla Phillipps and Lucy Lelliott Widow of my deceased son Lancaster Lelliott in equal shares my House Linen and the following Silver Articles four Table spoons / Tea spoons one pair of sugar tongs and / odd tea spoons also my Household Furniture and all my other Property and Effects not hereinbefore disposed of I direct to be sold by Auction or otherwise Converted into Monies by my Executors and the proceeds thereof after payment there out of all Expences attending the execution of my Will and of any just debts I may have. I give and bequeath unto the said Henry Lelliott Priscilla Phillipps The children of my Son Nicholas Peter Lelliott deceased and the four children of my son Lancaster Lelliott deceased. The first three mentioned to take one fourth part each and the others the remaining fourth part. I appoint John Phillipps Stationer &c and my Son Henry Lelliott Executors of my Will. Witness my hand this Eleventh day of February one Thousand Eight Hundred and forty Eight  —  Ann Lelliott  —  Signed by the said Ann Lelliott the Testator in the presence of us present at the same time who in her presence have subscribed our names as Witnesses  —  Samuel G Edwards  —  John Phillipps

This will was proved on the 11th day of April 1850 before Revd Wm Hiller

Transcribed by Janice Ferris from copy of original document ref: W.S.R.O STC1 vol 54 pg 111 MF204