|Henry Billing 4 |
Notes: On 5th Decmeber 1797 the court books of Weasenham East Hall
Manor record that Henry Billing was admitted after his father.
Now to this court comes Henry Billing the son of the said Henry Billing
deceased and produces here in the court the probate of the last will
and testament of the said Henry Billing his father which bears the date
7 February 1777 and in which the following words [complete trancript
of the will follows]: ' to Margaret my dear and loving wife all my land
lying and being in Weasenham St. Peter and Weasenham All Saints ..
then to my son Henry Billing'.
Henry Billing then immediately surrendered the land for the use of
Francis Crisp, gentleman (this means, no doubt, that he had sold
the land to that gentleman).
(Source: Manor of Weasenham East Hall, Court Books, 1602 - 1914
Norfolk Record Office)