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Kemball, William, yeoman of Hitcham, 1748
All land and property in Hitcham to be sold by executors, and divided equally between:
Wife Elizabeth, and four children: John Kemball, Thomas Kemball, Elizabeth Ranson, Mary Kemball
Son William Kemball to have only £5 as he has already been provided for.
Executors: wife Elizabeth, son John
Witnesses: Thomas Kemball, Henry Hayward, Edward Coldham
Written 27 Sep 1748, probate 19 Oct 1748