Richard Hindle of Higher Cliff, Great Harwood
Will 6 February 1817.
Trustees: James Tayler, joiner, Joseph Clayton (both of Great Harwood and John Riley, shopkeeper of Penny Street, Blackburn.
For his son Robert Hindle his maintenance until he reaches the age to be apprenticed to a clogger or any other trade. When Robert is 21 the residue.
If Robert dies before 21 the remains of money as follows:
To his mother Jane (at the time of the will the wife of Thomas Smith) £6
To his brother John Hindle the residue.
Executors James Tayler, Joseph Clayton and John Riley.
Witnesses: James Baron, John Mercer, John Hindle.
Richard made his mark.
Probate granted 25th July 1817.
Effects under £100.
Richard Hindle died on 24th February 1817.