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Copy will of John Strapey, Bishampton, Worcs., gent. Estate called Warings Green in Tanworth in occupation of John Satchell and lands in Welford in occupation of John Holtham 2/3rd to John Allburston, Barton, Bidford, blacksmith and Ann his wife for life Then to their 4 children William, Thomas, Edward and Sarah 1/3rd to Elizabeth Hemming, Feckenham, widow, for life, then to her 2 children Ann and Sarah. To Richard Maggot, son of Henry, Moor, Worcs., labourer: messuage and orchard in Bishampton in occupation of William Canderton :£30. To William Canderton: messuage and land in Bishampton bought of John Farley, Pershore. : £20. To John Dench, Longdon, Worcs., yeoman: messuage and lands in testator's occupation in Bishampton :messuage and orchard in Bishampton purchased of Thomas Farley, blacksmith To William Kings, testator's servant: messuage and land bought of John Checketts in testator's occupation :land purchased of John Smith in testator's occupation :land purchased of Henry Farley in testator's occupation :4 lands purchased of Thomas Farley in testator's occupation :£100 To Ann Morgan, wife of Edward, Birlingham, Worcs: £100. To Ann Keary, wife of John, Offenham, thatcher: £50. To William Keary, Evesham, son of Ann: £50. To said Richard Maggot: £20. To John Maggot of Staunton Beauchamp, Warks:£50. To Richard Maggot, son of said John: £30. To William Shepherd, Pinvin, Worcs: £10. To William John Shepherd, sons of William:£20 each. To said William Canderton: £20. To Mary Harber, servant: £5. To Elizabeth Brooks, Bishampton: £5. To Giles Bradley, servant: £20. To said William Kings and Mary his wife: £100. Residue equally between John Dench and Thomas Kings son of William, who are executors. Witnesses: J. Penny, Thomas Cresswell Jr., William Curnock. Examined 1792.