Copy Will of George Lloyd of Welcombe Hall near Stratford-upon-Avon whereby he directed his debts etc. to be paid out of his personal estate and devised his estate at Welcombe and Hulme, Lancashire and all other his real estate to his brother John Gameliel Lloyd for life and thereafter to his nephew Charles Thomas Warde (son of the Testator's sister Charlotte wife of the Reverend Thomas Warde) and his heirs for ever and he bequeathed to his friends Charles Lyndon esquire, doctor of medicine and John Morford Cottle surgeon both of Leamington Priors the sum of £10,000 out of his personal estate upon trust to invest the same, the proceeds thereof to be used for the education and maintenance of the Testator's said nephew until 21 years and thereafter to be paid to his said nephew for his absolute use and the Testator bequeathed to the said Charles Lyndon and John Morford Cottle £2000 of his personal estate upon trust for his sister Purefoy Lloyd for her life and thereafter such sum to fall into residue and he bequeathed £2000 to his sister Charlotte Warde, and £50 to each of the said Charles Lyndon and John Morford Cottle and he bequeathed all his household goods to his brother John Gamaliel Lloyd and appointed Charles Lyndon and John Morford Cottle his Executors. Witnessed by John Freeman, Edward Owen and George Bevington. Codicil of the same date reciting that the Testator had recently contracted to purchase the Clopton Estate for £14,000 he directed that if his Executors should be called upon to complete the contract they should charge the said sum of £14,000 on the estates at Welcombe and Hulme, Lancashire. Witnessed by John Freeman, Henry Horwood and Edward Owen. Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury by the said Executors 3rd August 1831.