Will of William FEACY otherwise SCHOLLER,
of the parish of Holy Trinity in Dorchester

Dated 19th April 1675 - Proved 3rd September 1675

©Transcribed by Michael Russell OPC for Dorchester from original Will January 2012
Held at Dorset History Centre, Bristol Consistitory Court Records Ref 1675/25.

In his name Amen the 19th day of April in the year of Our Lord 1675 I William FFEACY [FEACY] otherwise SCOLLER [SCHOLLER] of the parish of Holy Trinity in the town of Dorchester & County of Dorset being sick of body but of perfect memory praised be God do make this my last Will & Testament in manner and form following

First: I give and bequeath my soul into the hands of my saviour & redeemer

Item: I give to my three eldest sons six pence a piece

Item: I give to my wife Frances all the rest of my goods and chattels whatsoever during her natural life and after her decease to remain and be equally divided between my two youngest children Samuel and Dorothy in consideration of, my said wife shall pay or cause to be paid all my debts and legacies whom I do make and appoint my sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament

And I do desire my good friends Joseph PRIDE and Mr. Benjamin GOLD to be my overseers of this my last Will and Testament to see to it be well and truly performed according to the law intent and meaning thereof

In witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written

The mark of William FFEACY otherwise SCOLLAR


Signed Sealed & acknowledged in the presence of us

Elizabeth JOLLY

Margaret PARKER


The 3rd day in the month of September in the year of our Lord 1675 ( Note: not sure of month but think:- '7bris' = 7ber = i.e. 7th month of the old year = September)
Probate of this testament was granted to Frances
Feacy also Scholler the executrix of the deceased

Genealogical Notes:-
(1) I have not so far located any other records relating to this will but a "Jhon [John] SCHOLLER alias FFACY " had daughters Julian & Alice bap 10th May 1577 in HT & John was buried there on 12th Jan 1595/6 so the use of both names seems to have been used for several generations?

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