17 and 21 April 1762
6. Record of the orders of Philip Doddridge (son of the minister) to pay sums to Mrs Mary Doddridge (his second cousin) and Mercy Doddridge (his mother) from properties contained in the will of Philip Doddridge, all appearing on four sides of a folder folium, 17 and 21 April 1762.1
Please to pay to the Bearer Mr John Harrison all the money due to me for principle & intrest on my Son Philip Doddridge’s Mortgage to me of his Estate at Houndslow, and all the arrear’s of my annuity of Ten Pounds issuing out of the said Estate which shall be due to me the 20th Day of April instant & also the sum of one hundred & fifty Pounds for the Purchase of the said annuity, and [t]his receit shall be your discharge for the same. Witness my hand this 17th Day of April 1762
To the Executors of Archibald late Duke of Argyll deceas’d.
21st April 1762.
Rece’d of Mrs Eliz. Ann Williams the sum of Three hundred and Sixty Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Eight Pence being in full of all Principal moneys and Interest due to the above named Mercy Doddridge on the above mentioned Mortgage And also the above mentioned Sum of One hundred and Fifty Pounds together with the Sum of Seven Pounds and Ten Shillings being in full for the Purchase of the within mentd Annuity & also in full Satisfaction of all Arrears due in respect thereof And also the further Sum of Five Pounds one Shilling and Seven Pence in full for so much paid by the said Mercy Doddridge for [?] due in respect of the Estate within mentioned And which said several Sums of Three Hundred and Sixty Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Eight Pence One Hundred and Fifty Pounds Seven Pounds and Ten Shillings and Five Pounds one Shilling and Seven Pence ^and the further sum of Twelve Pounds 8s – 9d^ make together Five Hundred and Thirty Five Pounds Eight Shillings and Nine Pence and is is full of all claims and Demands which the sd Mercy Doddridge hath or can claim against the Estates late of the sd Philip Doddridge and now of the sd Elizabeth Ann Williams Isay [?] for the use of the sd Mercy Doddridge
Please to Pay to the Bearer Mr John Harrison all the Arrear’s of my Annuity of 30 Shillings Issuing out of my Cousin Philip Doddridge’s Estate at Hounslow, which shall be due to me the 20th Day of April instant & also the sum of Forty Pounds for the Purchasing of the said annuity & his receit shall be your discharge for the same, Witness my hand this 17th Day of April 1762.
Witness John Wilkinson
To the Executor’s of Archibald late Duke of Argyll deceased.
21st April 1762.
Reced of Mrs Eliz. Ann Williams the above Sum of Forty Pounds and also the further Sum of Two Pounds Six Shillings and Six Pence in full for the Arrears of the above mentioned Annuity being in full Satisfaction of all Claims and Demands which the above named Mary Doddridge hath a claim against the Estate late of the sd Philip Doddridge and now of the sd Eliz. Ann Williams Isay reced for the use of the sd Mary Doddridge
1 London Metropolitan Archives, acc. MS 1149/116.