|Content Description||Testator: Thomas Levis, yeoman of Beeston, Nottinghamshire.|
Bequeaths Nether Flatt Close and the Ryeland at the end of it, in Beeston, with appurtenances, to his eldest son Richard Levis.
Leaves all his other lands and tenements to his wife Mary Levis, and after her death to his sons and daughters Mary, Thomas, Edward and William for 4 years, execept Over Flat Close and Middle Flat Close; after 4 years the lands and tenements to go to Richard, to be held in trust for him by Richard Porter of Arnold, Nottinghamshire.
Also gives to Richard a bed and bedding; gives the use, but not ownership of, all goods and furniture in the Great Chamber to his wife Mary for life.
Gives the remainder of his money, goods, chattels, cattle, personal estate, and the goods and furniture in the Great Chamber to after his wife's death to Mary, Thomas, Edward and William.
Executors: His wife Mary Levis, and sons Thomas and Edward Levis.
Signature: Thomas Levis.
Witnesses: Edward Attenborrow, Hen. Cox, Dorothy Smalley.
Date: Will is dated 7 March, 12 George I 1725 [1726 new style].