Kings Langley

Where there's a Will there's a Story

Kings Langley Wills & Inventories 1660-1800

edited by Jill Penwarden & Maureen Mussett

Published Kings Langley Local History & Museum Society, 2004

Paperback, 160 pages

ISBN   0 950 7647 3 6

Mary Weedon the wife of George Weedon of the Mill ... (seeing of him in a sick Condic(i)on) did ask him whether he (the said Mordecay) would have his wife sent for to see him in his sickness (meaning a wife he had then in Watford in the County of Hertfod that had for these foure years last past lived in debate with him & absented her selfe from him) whether she (his said wife) should be sent for: To which he answered (being then in prefect sense & memory) that his brother Nath ... should have that little he had & that his wife (before menconed) should not have one penny worth of whatsoever he had & she should not be sent for to his buriall.

This is the second volume of Kings Langley Wills, the first is:

Life & Death in Kings Langley: Wills and Inventories 1498-1659 by L. M. Munby (1981)

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