Mrs Elizabeth Glynn, widow (burial record)
Abstract of the Will of Elizabeth Glynne of Ynysmaengwyn in the Parish of Towyn in the County of Merioneth, Widow, written 7 Nov 1761, proved 16 Jul 1771.
Gives £500 to her nephew [Thomas] Corbet, which was originally a legacy to her from her late mother.
Gives & bequeaths £100 to her goddaughter Rachel Jones, daughter of John Jones of Llwyn, Esqr.
Gives £100 to her nephew John Parry.
Gives £20 to her nephew Colonel Corbet Parry.
Gives £20 to her nephew Vincent Parry.
Gives £10 to her kinswoman Catherine Ca--------
Gives £40 to her maidservant Barbara Owen.
Gives £10? to the poor of the parish of Towyn.
The rest & residue of her money to her nephew Henry Corbet and if he does not survive then to her nephew Edward Maurice and if he doesn't survive then she gives & bequeaths the same to her nephew Prŷce Maurice the Younger.
Gives & bequeaths to her niece Maurice all her rings, lockets, jewels and trinkets.
All the rest & residue of her personal estate she gives & bequeaths to her said nephew Prŷce Maurice of Llorran, whom she nominates & appoints executor of her last will and testament.
Witnesses: Jno. Angel, Wm. Morton 4