Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
NameLucy JOYCE, 4073
Birth1738
Death1817
FatherJohn JOYCE , 1353 (1717-1787)
MotherDeborah SADLER , 1354 (1720-1799)
Notes for Lucy JOYCE
LIved in London. Copy will of 1817 held by TCJ.

Will as follows:

Lucy Joyce of Whitchurch deceased James Joyce of the parish of Whitchurch, watchmaker, the sole executor of her will 22nd Aug 1817 signed Jas. Joyce Lucy Joyce formerly of the City of London but now of Whitchurch in the County of Salop, spinster ---I give and bequeath to my sister in law [here there is a space] Joyce of Ruthin widow and relict of my late brother John Joyce of Ruthin watchmaker, deceased, my black silk gown, three pair of my woollen stockings, three pair of my pockets, one Dimity upper coat, one under coat and my Bombazeen gown. To my niece Ann Joyce (eldest daughter of my said late brother John Joyce) two of my linen gowns, one upper coat, one under coat, two pairs of my cotton stockings and my Cambric muslin coat – To my niece Peregrina Joyce (2 nd dau.) two of my linen gowns, one upper Dimity coat, one under coat, two pair of my cotton stockings and my black made cloak together with the pair of silver tea tongs, the silver table spoon and the six silver tea spoons which belong to me but are now used in the family of my brother James Joyce of Whitchurch watchmaker and to Elizabeth Joyce (youngest dau. of my said late brother John Joyce) two of my linen gowns, one upper coat, one under coat, two pair of my cotton stockings and my white worked muslin cloak. Also to niece Elizabeth Joyce (eldest dau. of my brother James) my Mother of pearl snuff box, my tea caddy, my oval ring with hair in it and my book of common prayer. To my niece Ann Clarke (2 nd dau. of my brother James) my ivory snuff box and my red bead bracelets. To my niece Sarah Joyce (3 rd dau. of James) my ring which has an urn upon it, my chest of drawers, my looking glass, a book entitled The Whole Duty of Man and the two volumes which I have of Cookes pocket edition of the British Classics. To my nephew Thomas (2 nd son of bro. James) my watch with the gold seal and key attached thereto. And to my niece Emma Joyce (youngest dau. of bro. James) my gold ring which has my mother ’ s hair in it, my writing desk and a book entitled “ Hervey ’ s Meditations ” . . . . . I direct my executor to sell and dispose of the sum of £100 of stock now standing in my name in the three pounds per centum Consolidated Bank Annuities. . . . . three nieces Elizabeth Joyce, Sarah Joyce and Emma Joyce (dau. of bro. James) . . all my books unto and equally amongst my said nieces and nephew Elizabeth Joyce, Sarah Joyce, Thomas Joyce and Emma Joyce (son and daus. of bro. James). Appoints James Joyce as executor. 13/October/1815 witnessed by Hen Vickers John Lee Will proved in Commons September 1817
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