Co-executor and residuary legatee of her husband's Will (1760)
Abstract of the Will of Rachel Parry late of Wernfawr in the County of Carnarvon but now resident of Cursitor Street near Chancery Lane London, written 5 Jul 1770, 1st codicil 15 Nov 1770, 2nd codicil 18 Oct 1781, 3rd codicil 12 Feb 1784, 4th codicil 19 Apr 1785, 5th codicil 14 May 1785, proved 31 Jul 1787.
Gives £10 to her eldest son Love Parry for a ring & mourning.
Gives £20 to her son Hugh Parry.
Gives to her son John Parry the miniature picture of his brother Colonel Corbet Parry and her gold watch but not the chain.
Gives £20 to Elizabeth Parry widow of her son William Parry.
Gives £50 to her grandson Thomas Parry Jones then under the age of twenty-one years.
Gives £50 to her grandson Love Parry Jones then under the age of twenty-one years.
Gives £600 to her son John Parry in Trust and for the use of her granddaughter Rachel Corbet Jones then under the age of twenty-one years.
Gives & bequeaths to her son John Parry the chain of her gold watch, the miniature picture of him, her bed curtains, chairs, best white quilt, her embroidered white satin . . . . . . . and coat which came from India... in Trust for her said granddaughter Rachel.
Gives 5 guineas to Edward Benson for a mourning ring.
Gives 2 guineas to Mrs Jones of Ffrondeg, and to her daughter Kitty Jones she gives her flowered . . . . . .
Gives 3 guineas to Mrs Jane Vincent daughter of the late Reverend Thomas Vincent, and all her clothes not otherwise bequeathed.
Gives £2 to Elizabeth Jones otherwise known as Betsey John Quorris?
Gives £5 to the poor of the parish of Llanbedrog.
Gives & devises all her estate real and personal to her son John Parry, whom she constitutes & appoints sole executor of her last will and testament.
Witnesses: James Urquhart of Cursitor Street, William Williams of Temple, Thomas Ellis of Lincoln Inn.
Makes void the legacy of £20 to Elizabeth widow of her son William Parry and bequeaths it instead to her grandson John Jones, then under the age of twenty-one....
Then of Lincoln's Inn in the County of Middlesex, gives & devises all her messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Carnarvon to her son John Parry.
Gives & bequeaths £100 to her grandson John Jones.
Gives & bequeaths 1 shilling to her grandson Thomas Parry Jones on top of what she has already given him.
Gives & bequeaths £400 to her grandson Love Parry Jones.
Gives & bequeaths to her granddaughter Rachel Corbet Jones her money box and its contents, her best clock, her silk cloak, her grey spotted negligee, her two best worked aprons, her treble worked ruffles, her worked curtains.
Gives & bequeaths 5 guineas to the Reverend Thomas Vincent.
Gives & bequeaths 2 guineas to the Reverend Owen Jones of Newborough.
Gives & bequeaths £10 to her maid Elizabeth Morris and the rest of her clothes.
Gives & bequeaths to her granddaughter Rachel Corbet Jones £200 capital stock, her bed furniture and window curtains...
Gives & bequeaths an additional £100 to her grandson Love Parry Jones now a Captain in the second Regiment of foot stationed in Gibraltar. 2