Proved 7th November 1879
This is the last will of me Thos Greaves of Pensham in the County of Worcester, Farmer. I appoint my sons Samuel Herbert Greaves, Thomas Greaves and my brother-in-law Thomas Wheeler Executors I direct my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses to be paid I give to my son Walter One thousand pounds to be paid to him at the end of one year after my decease I give to my wife absolutely the furniture and effects in my parlour and Bedroom over the same at Pensham aforesaid also I give to her all crops growing on my land at Little Comberton at the time of my decease and the rents and profits arising from the same land for and during her life And as to all the rest and residue of my personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever I give and bequeath the same between my said two sons Samuel Herbert Greaves I give and devise my said land at Little Comberton aforesaid (after my wife's death) unto my said executors the survivors or survivor of them On trust to see the same in such way as they shall think best and after payment of all expences relating thereto to divide the residue arising from such sale between my said three children but should either die leaving child or children to take his or their deceased parent's share In witness thereof I hereunto set my hand this 21st day of May 1877.
Signed and declared by the said Thomas Greaves as and for his last will in the presence of us who at his request in his presence and the presence of each other have subscribed our names. as witnesses.
M. A. Pritchard
Proved at Worcester the seventh day of November 1879 by the Oaths of Samuel Herbert Greaves and Thomas Greaves the sons and Thomas Wheeler the Executors to whom Administration was granted.
The Testator Thomas Greaves was late of Pensham in the County of Worcester Farmer and died on the second day of September 1879 at Pensham aforesaid.
Under £5000 John H Hooper Solicitor Worcester.