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Memorandum that upon or about the 20 day of November 1671 John Stanbridge of Glynde in the County of Sussex, weaver, being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, made this his last will and testament nuncupative in these words following or words to the same effect (viz)
Imprimis: I give to my son Edward Stanbridge two pair of sheets, one gold ring, one silver spoon, and one loom; all the rest of my personal estate I give to Susan Stanbridge my daughter, who I make executrix of this my last will which words were declared in the presence of -
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