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William Adamthwaite of Holebeck in Frostrow, Will, Inventory and Bond
Notes: William Adamthwaite was buried 8 oct 1696 Sedbergh. The burial record described him as ‘William of Frostraw’ and he is the earliest member of the Sedbergh Adamthwaites that we have identified with any certainty.
He was possibly a son of 'William the Quaker' who died in 1675 who was married to Ellen who died in 1658
WILL dated 4 november 1693
To my 4 sons Edmund, John, Thomas and William each 12 pence
The rest of my goods to my daughter Mabell
Witnesses: John Adamthwaite, Thomas Adamthwaite
PROBATE BOND dated quarto die mensis Novembris 1696
Bound: Mabell X Adamthwaite spinster
John Adamthwaite yeoman of Sedbergh I his mark
Sworn: Mabel, residuary legatee in the last will and testament of William Adamthwaite of Sedbergh dec.
INVENTORY dated 21st October 1696 ………………..£15 8s 10d
Less debts owed by him of £12
Appraisers: Edward Adamthwaite
Lonsdale Deanery probate files; A surnames; 1691-1750; FHL film #98823