The will of John Lubson, 1757

Will made 26 Sep 1757 . Testatrix died ? Oct 1757 . Will proved 25 Oct 1757

     In the Name of God Amen
John Lubson of the Parish of
     St Martins in the fields in the
     County of Middlesex victualler being of sound
     and disposing Mind and Memory
     Praised be God Considering the
     uncertainty of this Transitory Life
     Do Make and declare these present
     to Stand and be for and as My last
     will and Testament in Manner and
     form following (that is to Say)
     first and principally I Recommend
     My Soul into the hands of
     Almighty God hopeing to be Saved
     and My Body to the Earth to be
     Decently Interred ; and as to Such
     Estate wherewith it hath or shall
     please God to bless me with at the
     time of My Decease ; I give and
     dispose thereof as follows / first I will
     that all My Just Debts and funeral
     Charges Shall be fully paid and
     Satisfied ; and I do give and bequeath
     to My well beloved Wife Ann Lubson
     all My Real and Personal Estate for
     her Use and Benefit and Nominate
     and Appoint her the Said Ann Lubson
     My Well beloved Wife to be Exetrix
     of this My Last Will and Testament

     September the 26th 1757
                   John Lubson

Signed sealed published Declared and
Delivered as & for the Last Will &
Testament of the said John Lubson
In the presence of us
      Robt. Atkinson
     Richd. Partridge

25th Oct 1757        
Ann Lubson Widow the Relict and Sole Extrix    
named in the above Will was ______    

_______       Before me                 
And. Coltee Ducarel        

                                Testator dyed this Month
Proved the 25th day of October in the Year of our Lord 1757
before the worshipful Andrew Coltee Ducarel Doctor of Laws
& Surrogate by the Oath of Ann Lubson widow the Relict &
sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted having been
first sworn duly to administer

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