Thomas COX


1. Thomas COX

>From "American Wills Proved in London", page 102

Thomas Cox, citizen and vinter of London, dated 20 May 1709, 80 Pounds Sterling to be paid to my son Thomas Cox for the benefit of the two daughters of my late daughter-in-law, Mary Test, late wife of Daniel Test. Forty Nobles to my daughter-in-law, Mary Frankling and 20 Nobles to her six children, Thomas, Jacob, Mary,Sarah, Ann, and Elizabeth Frankling. Forty Nobles to my daughter-in-law, Sarah Plumstead and 20 Nobles to her daughter Mary Plumstead. Other bequests to: my cousin Richard Cooper near Upton,Glos.; my cousin Anne Weekes in Trinty Lane; Mary Edward of Tiddington near Twekesbury, Glos.; the poor of Whitechapel, Mddx; my cousin Hannah Print, daughter of Thomas Clark of Cheltenham, Glos.; Mary Plumsterad, wife of Clemet Plumstead of Pescod Street. To my wife Anne Cox, alais Hinde, the interest of 400 Pound Sterling by bond from the Vinters Company and the rents from two tenements I lately built in the Quaker burial burial ground near Coverlid Fields. 100 Pounds Stering to my son Thomas Cox and Grace, his wife. To my said son in trust for his six children Grace, Thomas, John, Anne, Russell, and Mary Cox, 800 of my 920 acres in Philadelphia Co., Penna. The other 120 acres and 30 Pounds Sterling to my cousin, Mary Chandler now dwelling in Penna. To my son John Cox 100 Pounds Sterling and 400 acres on a branch of Cooper's creek, Gloucester \Co., West New Jersey. To my son-in-law Lassells Metcalfe and Christan his wife, my daughter. 100 Pounds Sterling and my shares to the Penna. Land Co. and the First Old Penna. Co., and in trust for their children 100 Pounds Sterling which I disbursed to assist William Penn in his composition with Fred Forde. Exccs: My Wife Anne and my brother-in-law
John Antrim of Martin's Ic Grand, London. O'seers: Jacob Frankling, Samual Waldenfield, and John Field. Wits: John Craig next door to the George in Greek Street. Codicil of 13 Dec 1711. Pr. 14 Mar 1712 by affirmation of the relict. (PROB 11/526/46