Will – John Mowbray – 15 Jun 1687

Document Type: Will
Date: 15 Jun 1687
Correspondent: John Mowbray
Archive Source: PSAN Misc Vols
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Johannes Mowbrid (sic) ntiper de Steel, gen. | obit decimo septimo | die Junii, et hie una cum Josepho, | filio tertio suo, sepultus jacet | in spe beatse resurrectionis | 1687 

1687 15 June. Will of John Mowbray of the Steel gent. My wife Jane .200 and my son George 100 ; they executors. My sons Joseph and Thomas and my daughter Mary jt'100 each; my daughter Sarah 80; my daughters Jane and Hannah and my son Richard each 50 ; to my executors ' my mortgage of my lands I live on called .Easter Steel and Wester Steel, Hexhamshire ' and my lands in Slaley and my messuage and lands in Wolsingham to be sold to pay my debts and legacies. Raine, Test. Ebor. 

1687. 19 June. Mr. John Mowbray of the Steel buried in the church. Hexham Register. 

1687. 18 July. Joseph son of Mr. John Mowbray of the Steel buried in the church  
These notes were contributed by J.C.Hodgson, F.S.A. as part of his ‘Some forgotten epitaphs and monumental inscriptions in Hexham Priory Church’ in Proc Soc Antiq Newcastle, Vol VIII, (1897), pp. 145-50, quoting Raine’s extracts from York wills

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