Adlestrop, Glos.: Elizabeth Leigh
Instructions for, and draft of deed by Elizabeth Leigh, widow of Sir William Leigh of Longborough, settling her personal estate on trustees for post mortem disposal. Feoffees: Feild Whorwood, Oxford, esq., (her brother) Thomas Whorwood, Holton, Oxon., gent., William Whorwood, London, gent., and Robert Whorwood, Oxford, gent., (her nephews). Debts due to Elizabeth Leigh upon bond from: Son-in-law John Chamberlyn £150 Son-in-law John Crofts £300 Son William Leigh of Adlestrop £100 Son George Leigh, Shepton Solars, Glos. £100 Son-in-law John Covert, Slaugham, Sussex £300 John Ellis, `Stow le Would', butcher £ 38 From sale of mills in Donnington £240 Thomas Hancks, Longborough, yeoman £200 Bequests to her children, viz: William Leigh of Adlestrop; daughter Isabella Covert wife of John; Elizabeth Chamberlyn wife of John; Ann Crofts wife of John and grandson John Warmstrey. Further bequests to grandchildren William, Thomas, John and Elizabeth (children of William Leigh); John, Edmund, William, Thomas and Giles, Elizabeth and Isabella (children of John Chamberlyn); Cecilia and Helena Warmstrey (children of Isabella Covert by former husband, Jervas Warmstrey, deceased); Isabella, Jane, Ann and Mary Covert (children of John Covert); Elizabeth, Marie, Dianorch [sic], children of George Leigh); John, Ann and Elizabeth Waterworth (children of Ann Crofts by former husband Robert Waterworth, deceased). Further bequests to sister Elizabeth Boulton and to poor of Longborough, Stow-on-the-Wold, Blockley.