Robert Tunaley   1746 - 1821

In the name of God Amen I Robert Tunaley of Derby Gentleman do make my last will as follows first I direct that all my just debts funeral expenses and the proving this my will be paid and discharged with all convenient speed after my decease and after payment thereof I give to my daughter Mary Tunaley the sum of five hundred pounds to be paid her within twelve months after my decease I give to my friends Mr James Oakes And Mr George Ffitche both of Derby aforesaid gentlemen all the residue of my estate and effects of what nature or kind soever except my household furniture plate silver and china upon trust to permit my dear wife Constantia Tunaley the revenue and take the rents issues and profits thereof for her life and for the maintenance of herself and such children as I may have by her living at the time of my decease till such child or children shall respectively attain the age of twenty one years subject to the legacies and proviso hereafter expressed I give to each of the children I shall have by my said dear wife the sum of five hundred pounds to paid to them as they shall respectively attain the age of twenty one years but in case of the decease of my said dear wife before they attain that age then my said trustees to to apply the interest of my said estate and effects in their maintenance and education till they arrive at that and to be equally divided between them but in case any of them shall die under the age of twenty one the share of such child or children so dying to go and be equally divided among the survivors or survivor of them I also give to my said dear wife all my household furniture plate linen and china that may be in my dwellinghouse at the time of my decease to be at her own disposal and not subject to the proviso hereinafter mentioned provided always and it is my will that in case my said dear wife shall marry again then all my before mentioned estate and effects shall go to and be equally divided amongst my said children by her in equal portions as they attain twenty one and subject to their maintenance and education in the meantime I give to the said James Oakes and George Ffitche the sum of ten pounds each for the trouble they may have in the execution of this my will and I do hereby appoint my said dear wife and the said James Oakes and George Ffitche executrix and executor of this my will revoking all former wills and declaring this to be my last will and testament in witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and five.

Signed sealed published and declared by me the testator in the presence of the witnesses hereunder subscribed

John Walmslay
Fred Walmslay
John H Walmslay 

Proved at London 17th April 1821 before the judge by the oaths of Constantia Tunaley widow and James Oakes two of the executors to whom administration was granted

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