Probate copy of the will of Henry Langdon of Rowington yeoman whereby his body was to be buried in the parish churchyard of Rowington, £20 was to be given annually at the discretion of his executrix to his daughter Anne within one year of his death until the day of her marriage or until she reached the age of 21 years, the said Anne was also to have the house and grounds in Poundey End [Poundley End] in Rowington upon the death of the said Henry and Anne his wife according to the terms of a surrender already made to her of the same, 40s. was to be given within one year to Frances Palmer his sister-in-law, 20s. was to be given to his god son Gilbert Docker, 12d. each was to be given to the rest of his god children, 5s. was to be given to Richard Smyth son of John Smyth of Inwood End [Finwood] in Rowington, deceased, and the residue of his goods and chattles when all legacies, debts and funeral expenses had been paid was to pass to his said wife Anne who was appointed sole executrix. The said Henry appointed his `lovinge neighbour' Edward Tibbittes of Rowington and his brother-in-law Gilbert Docker of Berkeswell yeoman to be overseers of his said will. 17 September 1622. Signed by the mark of Henry Langdon. Witnessed by Ed: Tibbattes; Gilbert Docker; Thomas Beufor. Probate attached dated 20 June 1623. Seal missing.