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1 Nov 1837 — MARY PICKERING of Frodsham


Mary Pickering 1810-1831 was the unmarried daughter of Thomas Pickering and Margaret Horrabin. Her sister, Lydia Horrabin Pickering was administrator of her Estate.


Lydia Pickering of Runcorn in the County of Chester, spinster and two others were given forty Pounds, of good and lawful money.

The Condition of this obligation is such, that if the above … Lydia Pickering the natural and lawful Sister and one of the next of kin

Administrateor of all and singular goods, chattels, and credits of Mary Pickering late of Frodsham in the County and archdeconary of Chester Spinster deceased without parent living at her decease …

Hand written:

“The first day of November 1857 Lydia Pickering within named took the usual Oath of an Administrative in…. and she further made Oath that the personal Estate and Effects after Intestate within the Archdeaconry of Chester are made the Value of Twenty pounds.

The Intestate (Mary Pickering, spinster) died 12 January 1831.