Wills and testamentary papers
Copy Administration of unadministered goods, with copy will (dated 26 December 1757) of Susanna Loggin, Swalecliffe, Oxon., spinster. To brother [Rev.] Thomas Loggin [clerk], Froyl, Hants.: £61.10s.0d, part of £330 testatrix had from her father : gold, clothes, linen, jewellery To brothers William, Thomas Edmund and sisters Anne, Elizabeth and Joyce Loggin: £268.10s.0d equally, the first four each paying to Elizabeth and Joyce annuities of £1.10s. To sisters Elizabeth and Joyce Loggin: all money, notes and bonds : residue of real and personal estate. To sister Ann Loggin: £10. To nephew and niece, John and Ann Loggin, children of brother John: 1 guinea each. To nephews and niece Edward, William and Elizabeth Loggin, children of William: 1 guinea each. To niece Ann Loggin, daughter of Edmund: 1 guinea. To the Poor of Swalecliffe: 1 guinea. To executors: £5 each. Executors: brother Thomas Loggin and sister Elizabeth Loggin. Witnesses: William Summerton, Nathaniel Walker. Administration of unadministered goods granted in Prerogative Court of Canterbury to Thomas Hay Farren and Richard Holloway, executors of Elizabeth Cole (formerly Loggin) widow and executrix of Rev. William Cole, who was sole executor of Elizabeth Loggin, spinster, one of the original executors.