1602. The last Will of Mary Arundell of Trerise, in the Co. of Cornwall, Gentlewoman, dated 1st Dec., 1602. To sister " Mrs. Grace Dinham 3 smockes, 3 ruffe bands, 2 goundes, 2 waist-
coth, 2 petticotes, I cloake and hoode of cloathe, r saffgard and all things that are heare, and 2 frenche hoodes of vellett er-
formed." To nephew "John Arundell of Trerise, i featherbed performed withe pillyows and courtyans and vallans of silke and I long cushion of Tynsell, 2 short cushions, and I longe cushion
of armes of myne workinge." To God-daughter, Ebbot Grcnvile, " my best gounde of tuffe taffeta whiche I never wore." To niece Mrs. Mary Dennis an (i) laze of pearle and gould. "To
my mann George Sercombe 10, two boxes of books and all other things and bookes remaining in my great truncke at Penheale, 2 wrought cushions excepted." " More to my man
George Sercombe ^4 of lawful money owed for wages. To the maid servants in Sister Dinhame's house 2/6 each. Residue to niece July an Keckwiche who is Sole Executrix."
Witnesses Nicholas and Grace Dinham, George Seccombe.
"Memorandum that i cheane of gold being at Wortham, at 7 the time of the signing and sealing hereof, 2 days afterwards, Mrs. Mary Arundell did say that the said Mrs. Julyan Kekewiche
should have the saide cheane."
Proved 3rd Dec. 1602.
Endorsed " Nuper de Lifton."
Sum 37 195. 4d.