Will of Thomas Hoggart, of Glazedale (made 1831) ???? to 1831
(Transcribed from a photocopy by Bryan Hoggarth, 1998)


 
In the Name of God Amen I Thomas Hoggart of Glazedale in the parish of Danby in the County of York Yeoman being of sound and perfect mind and memory do make publish and declare This my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following firs I give and devise unto my Wife Mary Hoggart the sum of Five pounds a year During her natural Life to be paid her half yearly by two equal proportions the first payment to be made at the end of six months next after my Death also I give to my said Wife all the money that belonged to her before our marriage and the sum of Eighteen pounds that I Borrowed of her since all this money to be paid her at my Death I give unto my wife Mary all the Househould goods and forniture beds beding and Linnen a clock that was belonging her before Marriage also I give to my grandson Thomas Welfet one wardrobe cubbart to my Grandson George Wellfet one seeinglass and two Chairs to my Grandaughter Elizabeth Welfet one bed bedstead and all belonging to it to my grandson John Welfet to have the long table to my grandson Joseph Welfet the arm Chair and squab to my Grandson William Welfet 2 Chairs and a bedstead to my Grandson Ralph Welfet two Chaires and a Round Table also I give unto my Daughter Judeth Wellfet all that my Messuage tennement farme and Lands situate in the Township of Glazedale in the parish of Danby in the County of york now in my own possession With the appurtenances thereunto belonging but Chargeable with the payment of the aforesaid Legacies and yearly annuity all my just debts and my funeral Expences and I do nominate and appoint my Daughter Judeth Wellford sole Executorex of this my Last Will and Testament This I make revoaking all other Will or Wills Heretofore by me made or published in tesstamony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Fourteenth of march in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty one Signed sealed published and Declared by the Testator Thomas Hoggart as and for his last will and Testament in the presence of us at his request Have Set our names as witness hereto

Witneses
Joseph Willson
Isaac Stockton
Robert Stonehouse                                Thomas
                                                             Hoggart
March The                                          His X Mark {seal}
Fourteenth
Day 1831

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Died 3rd April 1831

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I do hereby certify that on the twenty third day of April in the year of our Lord 1831, Judith Wellford (Wife of William Wellford) of Newton Mulgrave in the Parish of Lyth in the North Riding of the County of York, the Daughter and sole Executrix named in this the last Will and Testament, of Thomas Hoggart, late of Glazedale in the Parish of Danby, in the Diocese of York, Yeoman, deceased, was sworn well and truly to execute and perform the same, and that the whole of the goods, chattels, and credits of the said deceased, within the Diocese of York, do not amount in value to the sum of One hundred Pounds.
                                                    Witness my Hand
                                                              James Andrew
                                                                          Surrogate

Died 3rd April 1831
Sworn under 100L
Exchequer
Passed 30th April 1831 Und. 100L

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Cleveland
W of Thomas Hoggart of Glazedale p. Danby deced(?) proved by Judith Welford ???? of William Welford his daur the sole Extrix -
???? ??????                                        30th April 1831

            R                                      R
 



BRYAN'S NOTES:

It can be seen from JL O'Connor's book 'Hearts of Oak' that Judith HOGGART, daughter of the above testator, married William WELFORD in Ugthorpe on the 15th November 1812 (the children of this match are also shown).  Three days later they were married again, on the 18th Nov 1812, by Daniel Duck at the C of E church at Danby.  This line - the WELFORD family of America House - are said to be known for supplying Cleveland Bay horses to the Royal Family.
 


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