Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865

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Aldbury 10th January 1865

I acknowledge to have this day received of Mr. J. M. Shugar Letters of Administration of the Effects of my late husband Joseph Brinklow deceased together with Duplicate Copy Residuary Account as passed at Inland Revenue Office.

Martha Mary Brinklow

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10 Janry 1865

Mrs. Brinklow's receipt for Letters of Admin &c.

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Robert Waller a minor of 14 yrs on 23rd Jany 1863 was bound apptce to [Jas. Ball] 1st May 1863 he was the son of Martha Mary the wife of Josh Brinklow by [???] husband for 6 years from 23 Jany then last 3s/week 1st year 4s/ - 2 5 - 3 6 - 4 7 - 5 8 - 6 Brinklow costs to find meat & [???] clothing, working lodging & all other necessaire.

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7 copies made G.D.

Received the day of 1865 of Mrs. {Mary} Martha Mary Brinklow [??tature] of Joseph Brinklow seventeen"--"pound ten"--"shillings and seven"--"pence in full satisfaction & discharge of my seventh share of £ 122"--"14"--"6 being two thirds of the net residue of his personal estate now divisible between his 7 children.

7/122-14-6 17-10- 7

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All promises confidential. The annual subscriptions, are known only to the Vicar, personally, and to the Treasurer and Secretary of the Fund. A list of contributions to the objects mentioned in Part 2, viz.; (I.) Heating Church, (II.) Church House Repairs, and (III.) Church at New Mill, will be published later. Form to be filled up. It will be a great help if you will fill up the accompanying form, and return it to the Vicar, in the enclosed addressed envelope before Christmas. No further calls. Those who contribute in this way will have Numbered Envelopes supplied to them, and will make their Offerings in the Almsbags, and no further call for Church purposes, whether at home or in the Mission Field, will be made upon them locally. T. V. GARNIER (VICAR), Chairman of the Council. A. W. VAISEY, Treasurer. Tring, 19th Nov, 1920.

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