|Content Description||Recites details of certain articles [of agreement] made previous to the marriage of his daughter that if she should die and leave issue, then on his decease the sum of £5000. should be paid to Rev. James Oakes and Rev. Henry Hasted; recites that he has actually paid the sum of £5000. to Oakes and Hasted and has been laid out for the prospective annuities, and that he has recently advanced to the [12th] Duke of Norfolk the sum of £25,000. as mortgage for estates in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Middlesex, Norfolk and Suffolk; orders his executor to stand seized of the sum of £12,500. to secure repayment; bequeaths the sum of £12,500. when paid to Rev. Oakes and Hasted, or to the trustees of his daughter's settlement.|
Directs his executor to stand seized of the remaining sum of £12,500. until paid, and bequeaths this sum of £12,500. to his son Rev. James Oakes.
Requests that all his real estates which he has power to convey and settle shall descend to his son Orbell Ray Oakes; also gives to his son Orbell all ready monies, stocks, funds, securities for mortgages, together with the residue of his personal estate, after payment of all funeral expenses and charges.
Executor: Orbell Ray Oakes.
Includes copy of the endorsement that the will and codicial was proved in London on 24 Mar. 1829.
Date given is date of original, extracts are undated.