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William Adamthwaite of Ravenstonedale Town

died about 1700

 

 

Noverint Universi per presentes nos Elizabethan Adamthwait et Thome Adamthwait curios de Ravenstonedale Tenti in Comitatu Westmorlandia teeri et firmiter obligari Joanni Dalton de Ravonstondale predicter clerici in Sexaginta librie bone et legalis monete anglia solventum dictem Joanni Dalton aut suo certo in hic atturnato excutoribus et  administrators uti succesionitus suis.  Ad quam  quidom solutionem bene et fidelitor faciendam obligamus nos et quinulet nostrum per se et pro toto et in solidum. Heredes et executores et administratores nostros firmiter per presentes sigillis nostris sigillat Date vicesimo primo die mensis February Annoque Domini millesimo septingentesimo.

 

Know all (men) by (these) present (that) we Elizabeth Adamthwait and Thomas Adamthwait the court of Ravenstonedale held in the County of Westmorland held and firmly bound to John Dalton de Ravenstonedale aforesaid cleric in Sixty pounds of good and lawful English money by the said John Dalton or his certain for this attorney or executors and administrators his descendants to making which payment well and faithfully we bind ourselves and each of us alone for the whole sum and we bind for the whole our heirs and executors and administrators firmly by these present signed (sealed) our signatures (seals) Given on the first day in the month of February AD 1700.

 

The condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bounden Elizabeth Adamthwait, Thomas Adamthwait and Ann Adamthwait, joint executors of the last Will and Testament of William Adamthwait of Russondale Town lately deceased do well and truly observe and perform the last Will and Testament of the said William Adamthwaite and shall well and truly administer all the goods and chattels which did belong unto the said deceased at the time of his death, and also pay all his just debts legacies, funeral expences and so far as the goods will extend and the law requires.  And lastly save, defend and keep harmless the above named John Dalton his Executors and successors from all trouble cost or damage which shall or may happen by reason of the said goods, debts of funeral expenses and the like, that then this obligation to be void and of no effect or else the same to stand remain and be mindful power, force and virtue.

 

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, viz –

 

 

William Baliffe

Godfrey Milner

James Richardson

 

                                               Elizabeth Adamthwait (her mark and seal)

                                               Thomas Adamthwait (his seal)

 

 

 

NOTES:  We are not sure who this William might be, though it is possible that he was the William of Sedbergh who married Elizabeth Heuakson of Ravenstonedale in 1677, and the father of Thomas, Ann and William, who were christened in Ravenstonedale in 1678, 1680 and 1685 ... could this be the Elizabeth mentioned? The John Dalton who is mentioned in the Bond was the vicar of Ravenstonedale who held office there from 1697 - 1705.  We have not yet managed to locate an actual will.

With grateful thanks to Barbara for transcribing and translating the Latin section of this document.


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