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Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« on: Monday 19 November 18 14:48 GMT (UK) »
I am having a problem with a few words in this will. I am attaching several snippets and my attempted transcription surrounding the problem words identified with either xxxx or ?abc?.

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    Page 2 snippet 1
9.   occupation of Robert Newman his assigns or undertenants part
10.   of which said premises are copyhold and hold of the Mannor
11.   of Lullington and by me only surrendered to the xxxx of my last
12.   will and testament in writing and also all that my ffreehold
13.   ........
16.   undertenants to hold the same and every part and parcel thereof
17.   With those and every of their ?Windows? and appurtenances to
18.   My said wife Martha for and during the term of her natural
19.   .........
21.   I give and devise all and every the said Messuage Farm
22.   Land Tenements xxxx and premises as hereinbefore
23.   Mentioned with their and every of their Lights Windows and
24.   Appurtenances unto my son James Batchellor and the heirs
25.   Of his body lawfully to be begotten and for want of such xxxx
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #1 on: Monday 19 November 18 14:58 GMT (UK) »

Here is my transcription of:

Page 2 snippet 2
49.   Malthouse Gardens Croft and premisses thereunto belonging with
50.   The appurtenances now in the occupation of Nicholas xxxx his
51.   Assigns or undertenants and also all that that Messuage or Tenement
52.   With the Malthouse or warehouse Stable buildings Garden and
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #2 on: Monday 19 November 18 15:02 GMT (UK) »
Page 3 snippet 1

17.   And appurtenances unto my son John Batchelor and the
18.   Heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten and for want of
19.   such xxxx I give and devise the same to my said son William
20.   Batchelor and his heirs and assigns forever also I give to my
21.   Said wife Martha the use of all my household goods utensils
22.   And xxxx of household plate linnen and ffurnitures
23.   Of every sort or kind whatsoever for and during the term of
24.   .......
26.   And administrators and as for all the sheep oxen horses cows
27.   Calves ?Hogs? cattle corn hay and xxxxxxx xxxxxx of every
28.   Sort and kind whatsoever which I shall have upon any of
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #3 on: Monday 19 November 18 15:04 GMT (UK) »
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37.   Continue a widow be received and enjoyed by her and from
38.   And after her death or second marriage which shall first
39.   Happen I give and bequeath the same Money so xxxx to be
40.   Or at that time put out at interest as aforesaid to my said
41.   .........
45.   Hereof my said wife Martha shall sign and execute
46.   ?same? or instrument or instruments in writing thereby
47.   xxxxaring that she is entitled to the interest thereof only
48.   during her life or widowhood and that after her death
49.   ........
50.   shall or is to be the proper Money of my said son John and
51.   To be by him had and received xx xx ?singly? also I give and
52.   bequeath to my said wife Martha for her life in case she
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #4 on: Monday 19 November 18 15:05 GMT (UK) »
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9.     Pounds by annuities to be charged on the said Rates or
10.   Duties and in the proportional annuity of four pounds by the
11.   xxxx by the year attending the same and from and after
12.   My said wifes Death or second marriage which shall first happen
13.   ..........
21.   And guardian of such of my children as shall be minors at the
22.   Time of my death entirely relying upon her xxxx in their
23.   Maintenance and xxxx and as for such of my debts as
24.   My personal Estate not before hereby given to my said son
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #5 on: Monday 19 November 18 15:06 GMT (UK) »
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35.   in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and   
36.   fifty one Will Batchelor Signed sealed published and xxxx by the xxxx and William
37.    Batchelor the Elder the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of xxxx subscribed xxxx
38.    Xxxx thereto in his presence   Ri Alchorne   Nich xxxxkin    Nic. Gilbert.
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #6 on: Monday 19 November 18 15:20 GMT (UK) »
I have just cropped your image to remove the white space.

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #7 on: Monday 19 November 18 16:11 GMT (UK) »
P2 Snippet #1:

10    ...and held of the Mannor...
11    ...by me duly Surrendered To the use of...
13    ...Messuage or Tenement Garden and premisses Situate lying and...
17    ...with their and every of their Members and...
19    ...Life in case she shall so long continue a Widow and from and...
22    ...Lands Tenements Hereditaments and Premisses hereinbefore...
23    ...their Rights Members and...
25    ...want of such Issue I...

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Re: Will 1751 of William Batchelor
« Reply #8 on: Monday 19 November 18 16:13 GMT (UK) »
Huge apologies for the unnecessary white space. I hope the attached are acceptable.

Here are the page 2 snippets
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes