|Will of Emme Long 1676, Marston, Wilts
Last Will and Testament of 21 January 1676 and proved 28 February 1676
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of William Dalmer and Edward May
I Emme Long of Marston in the Parish of Potterne, in the County of Wilts Widow .....
Beneficiaries: Poor of Marston, Poor of Worton, Church of Potterne, Poor of Potterne, Poor of Little Somerford, Poor of Lacoke, Mrs Mary Mountogue and her 5 children,
Luci (Mrs Mountoque's daughter), Luci Ann Thorner (sister), Stephen Gestford (son-in-law) and 6 children, Richard Thorner of Lacoke (?sephen), William Thorner (nephew),
Robert Thorner (nephew), Elizabeth Harper(niece), Emm Hutchinson (god-daughter), John Hutchinson (Emm's brother), Frances Gibbs (kinsman), John Thorner (newphew),
Emm Ray (niece), Ann Burke's (niece) 3 children, Elizabeth Euans (niece), Thomas Euans (Elizabeth's son), Elizabeth Euans (Elizabeth's son), Mary Yeate (niece), Edward Yeate (Mary's son),
Mary (Mary's daughter and Emme's god-daughter), Ann Player (niece), Richard Player (Ann's son). Elizabeth Player (Ann's daughter), [not given] Goodard (niece),
Edward Goddard ([not given] son), Richard Goddard ([not given] son and Emme's god-son), Ansteed Harper (servant), William Long (brother),
Ann Poape [assume this is Ann Pope nee Gouldsbrough ], Katherine Joyner, Thomas Thorner (nephew), Emm Thorner (niece),
Estate: she lived "in or to yards and Backefids", deeds of copyhold at "Worton till massauges"
Executors: Thomas and Emm Thorner
Inventory: undertaken by William Maye, Yeoman and Roger Harris, Yeoman on 24 February 1676. Appraised at £535 17s 4d
Source: Chippenham RO, document reference P1/L/180