Wills and testamentary papers
Probate of will (dated 13 February 1706) of John Hurlston, Ilmington, yeoman. House where testator lives and 2 yardland in the occupation of John Dunne to testator's brother Thomas Hurlston, for 5 years, then to his nephew Thomas, son of the said Thomas. To nephew Thomas Hurlston, son of brother William of Darlingscott, ½ yardland in Ilmington, purchased from Nathaniel Rose, charged with payment of pecuninary legacies. To brother Robert Hurlston, Willington: £5. To brother Richard Hurlston: £5. To brother Nathaniel Hurlston: £5. To brother Samuel Hurlston: £5. To sister Elizabeth Yarnold, wife of John, Snitterfield: £5. To nephew John Hurlston, son of William: £5. To nephew Edward, son of William: £5. To nephew Robert, son of William: £5. To niece Alice, daughter of Thomas: £5, featherbed and furnishings, joined chest. Residue to nephew Thomas Hurlston, son of Thomas, who is sole executor. Witnesses: Richard Sansom, George Willson, Nicholas Rose.