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Richard Attfield (c. 1754-1819)

Name: Richard Attfield
Sex: Male
Father: George Attfield (1713-1791)
Mother: Mary Packer (aft1720-1793)

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth c. 1754
Birth fact 1755 (age 0-1) Assume son of George/Mary, no baptism record found
Will 15 Feb 1811 (age 56-57) Mentioned in will of William Anthony ("Richard Attfield the son of my late uncle George Attfield")
Will 1 Feb 1816 (age 61-62) Date of will (see notes)
Occupation 1816 (age 61-62) Yeoman, Aldershot
Death 1819 (age 64-65) Aldershot, Hampshire
Burial 26 Apr 1819 St Michael, Aldershot (aged 64)
Probate 21 May 1819 Probate to James Attfield, brother

Individual Note

Will of Richard Attfield of Aldershot in the County of Southampton, yeoman, 1 Feb 1816

To brother James Attfield of Aldershot yeoman the copyhold lands and hereditaments i.e. one close called the Newfield formerly a parcel of half a yard land containing by estimation one acre with the appurtenances in Aldershot held by one copy of Court Roll of the Halinate Manor of Aldershot and two acres of land by estimation in Aldershot held by another copy of Court Roll of the said Manor which premises have been duly surrendered to the use of my Will, and also one yard land except that parcel of the said yard land surrendered to Benjamin May and Henry Stevens called Excalls (and also except such part thereof surrendered to the proprietors of the Basingstoke Canal Navigation) held by a copy of Court Roll of the Manor and Hundred of Crondall, and a messuage two barns one garden and orchard and a close called The Barn a plot containing one acre one close called Ashhillfield containing four acres one close called the Withy Plott containing half an acre one close called the Burnt Orchard containing one acre and a half two closes called Broomhalls containing eight acres one close called Motefield containing three acres one coppice containing one acre and a half and two closes called Pylwell Fields containing eight acres being parcel of one orchard ane garden and two half yard lands called Pylcrofts and one other half yard land called Bannells with the appurtenances in Aldershot which are held by another copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Crondall which copyhold lands I have duly surrendered to the use of my Will, and all other freehold copyhold and leasehold estates whatsoever and wheresoever to my brother James Attfield subject to legacies hereinafter mentioned; farming stock, utensils and implements of husbandry chattels etc to brother James Attfield for his own use; to brother Nathaniel Attfield of Aldershot yeoman £1500; to my eldest brother John Attfield of Aldershot yeoman an annuity of £15; then after John's decease to my nephews and nieces the sons and daughters of my brother John namely George Attfield James Attfield William Attfield and Benjamin Attfield Mary the wife of David Medding of Farnham Surrey servant and Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Pink of Elstead Surrey miller £50 apiece payable out of estates given to my brother James; brother James Attfield exec.

Witnesses: Michael Page, Farnham, Thomas Newman, Farnham, William Clement, Alton

Proved at London 21 May 1819 to James Attfield, exec.