|Content Description||Testator: Cornelius Launder esquire of Nottingam.|
Will dated 24 Nov. 1804:
Gives his share in the Middle Temple, London, also property near the Weekday Cross, in Castle Gate, Walnut Tree Lane near St Nicholas's Workhouse, in Chesterfield Lane and in Brewhouse Yard, all in Nottingham, also property in Elton, Willoughby, Southwell, Owthorpe, Broughton Sulney [Upper Broughton], Hickling and Westhorpe, Nottinghamshire, and also property elsewhere in the counties of Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire, to his cousins Frances Launder and Ursula Launder [later Mrs Ursula Norton], spinsters of Basford, Nottinghamshire.
Bequeaths various legacies, etc [specified in document] and appoints the aformentioned Frances and Ursula Launder as joint executrixes of his Will.
Codicil dated 24 Sep. 1805:
Gives Frances and Ursula Launder the real estates vested in him as trustee or mortgagee in order that they can convey the trusts, etc.
Witnessed by Wm Rd. Middlemore and Henry Percy, solicitors, and Samuel Green, clerk.