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Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
VARLEY John Cloth Manufacturer Swinnow 31 Mar 1865 4 Sept 1869
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Elizabeth Varley wife Henry Gott Postmaster Pudsey William Lupton   Accepted
Joseph Varley son Details
William Varley son Executors inc wife, sons Joseph, William, James and Thomas and brother Thomas Varley. John Varley, wife and children all born in Pudsey
James Varley son
Thomas Varley son
Johnson Varley son
Elizabeth Varley daughter
Sarah Musgrave daughter


Surname Name Occupation Abode Date Proved
VICKERS Joseph Farmer Stanningley 22 Dec 1868 17 Mar 1871
Legatee Relation Witness Witness Witness Enquiries
Sarah Vickers wife Jno Green solicitor Edward Dale clerk   No
John Vickers son Details
Mary Hannah Dickinson daughter

Bequests to son John Vickers, dau Mary Hannah the wife of John Dickinson, dau Elizabeth the wife of Samuel Bottomley of Leeds overlooker, dau Ann the wife of Joseph Bottomley of Bramley, Ironfounder.
The Old Roundabout Pub at Stanningley occupied by William Marshall. Six Cottages nearby occupied by William Kitching, John Croft, Martha Cooper, Wilson Pontefract, Thomas Davey and Martha Riley. Cottage occupied by Richard Pontefract. Half Mile Cottage occupied by Walter Farrer. Quarry & Folly Well Field at Stanningley. Two Cottages in Richardshaw Lane, Pudsey occupied by William Kirkby and John Porter. Cottages in Richardshaw Lane occupied by John Hodgson, Esther Murgatroyd and William Sowden. Two Cottages near the new foundry in Stanningley occupied by James Fenton. Shares in the Sunnybank Mill in Farsley. Field at Stanningley in the Township of Bramley called the Half Mile Field. Land and buildings in Stanningley occupied by William Wilkinson. Two Cottages in the occupations of William Davy and Benjamin Hudson.

Testator died 11 Nov 1870 at Stanningley Effects under £800

Elizabeth Bottomley daughter
Ann Bottomley daughter