1st April 1852
Three cottages in Barwick occupied by William Pickersgill, John Robshaw and one empty but recently occupied by Miss Falkin given to his sister Alice Foster the wife of Charles Foster for her life. When she dies to his nephew John Batty the son of his sister Ann Batty.
Three cottages in Barwick occupied by John Batty, Henry Adamson and one empty but recently occupied by Mary Foster to his nephew John Batty the son of his sister Ann Batty.
One dwelling house in Barwick where he lived with a garden at the front and a back orchard, two hen houses, pigeon cote and land to Hannah Comfrey late of Pottery Field in Leeds but now of Barwick for her life. When she dies to his nephew John Batty the son of his sister Ann Batty.
Two dwelling houses with gardens, barns, stables, cow-houses and outbuildings in Barwick occupied by himself, Timothy Smith and one recently occupied by the late John Milner to his nephew John Batty the son of his sister Ann Batty.
To each of his 10 nephews and nieces, children of his sisters Alice and Ann £5, to Thomas Batty of Lotherton £5, to Jane Shillito wife of William Shillito of Appleton Roebuck £5, to Hannah Foster widow of John Foster £5, To each executor £5 and to Hannah Comfrey 19guineas. Residue of estate to his nephew John Batty the son of his sister Ann Batty.
Executors to be John Appleyard, Boot and Shoe maker, of Bolton Percy and William Holgate, Gentleman, of Leeds.
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