Will of Thomas Woolmer, of Old Stratford, gent., wherein he bequeaths to his daughter-in-law, Mabel Woolmer, widow, an annuity of £12.10.0d; to his son-in-law William Makepeace and his daughter Katherine Makepeace, and to the said Mabel Woolmer £10 each for mourning; to his sister, Young, an annuity of £2; to Katherine Makepeace £10 yearly for charitable uses: to the 20 poor widows of Stratford who receive his brother John Woolmer's charity coal a sixpenny loaf each quarterly; and to his nephew, Philip Hatten, junior, the residue of his interest-money (until the principal be disposed as directed) for books etc. The principal he gives to be divided among the children of Katherine Makepeace on their attaining the age of 21, and, in default of such, to the children of his kinswoman Grace Hatten in like manner, on the death of Katherine Makepeace. To his brother Joseph Woolmer, he gives his old black mare, etc. and to Sir William Keyt, Hugh Clopton and Richard Mariett, esqs., and his brother Benjamin Woolmer, a gold ring each of a guinea value; to Joseph Woolmer his `scriptor' for life, and after to his nephew Philip Hatten, junior, to Katherine Makepeace the Duke of Dorset's lease of Bancroft for her life and after to her children, and, in default, to such nephews of the name of Woolmer as shall come to live in Stratford. As executors trustees he appoints his brother Joseph Woolmer, Rev. Edward Dean, vicar of Stratford, and his kinsman Philip Hatten, senior, of S/A mercer.