The Summerscales Family of Kildwick
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Family of Joseph SUMMERSCALES and Sarah BRADLEY
|Husband:||Joseph SUMMERSCALES (1750-1810)|
|Wife:||Sarah BRADLEY ( -1836)|
|Marriage||31 Jan 1788||Addingham|
Husband: Joseph SUMMERSCALES
|Father:||Henry SUMMERSCALES (1704-1777)|
|Mother:||Ann SMITH ( - )|
|Birth||19 Mar 1750||Silsden|
|Death||29 Aug 1810 (age 60)||of "gravel and dropsy" in Addingham|
Wife: Sarah BRADLEY
Note on Husband: Joseph SUMMERSCALES
First marriage to Mary Rushworth was witnessed by John and Thomas Rushworth. Joseph was then a weaver. His second marriage was witnessed by William Hall and William Summerscales, he was then a piece-maker. Will dated 4th October 1808 of Gildesber, Addingham mentions his houses, gardens and butchers shop, Sarah his "beloved" wife and son William. He states his holding at the Piece Hall in Bradford should be sold. His sole executor was John Coates the rector of Addingham. Witnessed by Thomas Cowling, Thomas Tillotson and John Robinson.
There was a codical added 10th August 1810 in which the interest arising from £20 (payable in the future), then in the hands of the executor of his brother Henry, to Sarah his wife. When the £20 became payable it was to go to his grandson John the son William
Proved 1810 total value less than £300.