Will of Ann Hinde 1757

In the name of God Amen.  I Ann Hinde of Charlbury in the county of Oxford,
widow, being a little ill in body but of a sound mind and perfect memory and
calling to mind the  uncertain state of this life do make this my last will and
testament in manner following.  I will that my body be decently and
christianly buried at the discretion of my executrix herein after named and
as for my worldly estate I give devise and bequeath the same in manner and
form hereinafter aforesaid /that is to say/
Give and bequeath unto my daughter Ann Knibbs the now wife of Anthony
Knibbs of Charlbury aforesaid collarmaker the sum of one shilling.
Also I give unto my grandaughter Mary Knibbs my plain chest of drawers
Also I give unto my grandaughter Ann Knibbs the sum of five shillings
All the rest and residue of my estate and estates whether real or
personal mortgages, bonds, bills ready money, debts and credits and
everything that is mine I Give and devise unto my loving daughter Mary
Hinde To Hold unto my said daughter Mary Hinde and her heirs and assigns
And I do hereby make constitute and appoint my said daughter Mary Hinde
sole executrix of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former
and other wills and wills by me at before this time made made In Witness
whereof I the said Ann Hinde have to this my last will and testament set my
hand and seal this seventeenth day of October in the one and thirtieth year
of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the second by the grace of God
of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith and in the
year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven.
The mark of Ann Hinde
Signed sealed published and declared by the above name testatrix Ann
Hinde and for her last will and testament in the presence of us witness
her request and in her presence and sight have subscribed our names as
witnesses herunto -- Jas Roger, Wm Poulton, Henry Baines
This will was proved at Oxon 29 Dec 1757 before the Reverend John
Bilstone MA Surrogate to ye worshipful John B--- Doctor by Law and
official principal of the Rev'd the Archdeacon of Oxon lawfully appointed
by the oath of Mary Hind executrix duly sworn to pay the debts and ----
to exhibit a true and perfect inventory and to whom administration was granted.] 
[transcribed by Carol White; all errors and misreadings are mine]

From this Will, Ann Hinde had the following children: Ann, married to Anthony Knibbs: Mary Hinde, seemingly unmarried in 1757.

And Ann Knibbs, nee Hinde had, by October1757 at least, 2 daughters,.Mary & Ann Knibbs . Mary Knibbs was baptised 1756

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