Corfe Castle

Wills held at the Dorset History Centre

Transcribed by Rachel Kent

1697; Mary Freer, widow

1703; James Parkyns, Rector and clerk

1704; Richard Hayward, malster

1708; Anne Fursman, widow

1708; William Dowdell, baker

1709; Robert Batterick

1709; James Dolling, malster

1718; Thomas Collins, gentleman

1725; Edward Biddlecombe, woolcomber

1725; James Thompson, chapman

1727; James Havelland, yeoman

1728; James Thomson, mercer

1740; Henry Browne, woolcomber and baker

1741; John Tarrant, victualler

1742; Rebecca Brown, widow

1745; Priscilla Vincent

1752; Sarah Spear, spinster

1757; John Benfield, gentleman

1758; Margaret Benfield, spinster

1770; William Butler, malster

1774; William Jenkins, victualler

1774; Edward Dampier, gentleman

1780; John Kent, gentleman

1782; Henry Brown, shoemaker

1790; Sarah Kent, widow of John Kent

1801; William Ingram

1809; Matthew Summers, shoemaker

1812; William Smith, gentleman

1813; George Clarke Butler

1816; John Willis of the Ship Inn

1817; Mary Dampier, spinster

1819; Richard Taylor, ex school master

1820; George Brown, yeoman

1820; Mary Dampier, spinster

1821; Edward Balston, gentleman

1832; Ann Rolls, spinster

1834; Thomas Galloway, surgeon and apothecary

1834; Thomas Kent, yeoman

1837; James Spincer, butcher

1838; Hannah Chaffey widow

1839; Charles Smeaton, groom

1840; Elizabeth Arnold, widow

1844; John Talbott, gentleman

1845; Loveday Elizabeth Stone, spinster

1850; Joseph Willis, gentleman

1855; John Duke, baker

 

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