John Cooper 1701

Memorandum That on or about the eight and twentieth day of April 1707 John Cooper of Cosgrave in the County of Northampton Batchelor being sick of the sickness whereof he dyed, and in the house where he inhabited for the space of three weekes before his death, and being of perfect minde and sound memory, and having an intent and purpose to settle and dispose of his estate, and of his neighbours desired him to give some part of his estate to his two sisters he replyed noe, what I have I give to my brother William Cooper, and I will leave all I have with him to dispose of as he pleaseth with words or words to this like effect and purpose the said John Cooper uttered and declared with an intent and purpose that the same should stand for and be his last will and Testament nuncupative in the presence of Peter Ludgate Wm Seeres, and Richard Huller whose names are subscribed

Peter Ludgate

William Seeres

Richard Huller

Estate £1 18s 4d

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