Wills and testamentary papers
Copy will of Edward Long, Staverton, labourer, now living at Evenlode [died 5 February 1832]. To nephew Edward Long, Churchill, Oxon., son of brother John: £20 and wearing apparel (except 6 shirts and best great coat). To Edmund Long son of James, Upper Ettington, cordwainer: 6 shirts and great coat. To nephew James Long, Upper Ettington, and [niece] Isabella Lane, Evenlode: £40. IN TRUST Interest on £20 until 14 to William Lane, son of Richard, Evenlode, blacksmith, deceased; then to John Carter, Little Tew, farmer, to take William as apprentice. To David Lane, Little Tew, son of Richard, deceased: £10 and interest at 21. To Edward Long, son of Thomas, the Wool Pack Inn, Brackley: £10 and interest at 21. To niece Isabella Lane: 6 silver teaspoons and sugar tongs. To Nancie Lane: best feather-bed and appurtenances. Residue of personal estate to nephew James Long, Upper Ettington and niece Isabella Lane, Evenlode, equally. They are to be executors. Witnesses: John Lardner, Thomas Phipps, Elizabeth Smith. Proved : 7 August 1832.