A Memorandum. I Isaiah Hunt of Muker in the Chapelry of Muker and Parish of Grinton and County of York, being at this time very poorly and not expecting to live much longer in this world, wish and direct that the litte property it may please God that I may leave behind at my death may be disposed of as follows.
First I direct that all just Debts be paid if there be any at my Decease and that all funeral Expenses be discharged.
And I further direct that my relation Ann Harker wife of David Harker shal have my House and stable on these conditions that she pay out of this property the sum of Twelve pounds, to be equally divided amongst the other four relations hereafter named, Eleanor Calvert widow of the late Robert Calvert, Mary the Daughter of William Peacock of Reeth, John Calvert of Gunnerside joiner and Eleanor Alton widow Gunnerside. I further direct that whatever sums of money now remaining in different hands there may be after the preceding directions are attended to, to be equally divided amongst the four persons before named Eleanor Calvert, Mary Peacock, John Calvert and Eleanor Alton & cash in House. And I direct that Mary Calvert, wife of George Calvert shall have my Clock, two Tables and two Chairs and whatever furniture I may leave behind are to be equally divided amongst the four persons before named and Ann the wife of David Harker.
And I further direct that Ann Harker, wife of David Harker, undertake to fulfil these my last wishes in acting according to the Directions specified in this paper and as soon as convenient after my Decease, but the said Ann Harker is not to be answerable or accountable for any sum or sums of money lent by me which cannot be got. As Witness my hand this 14 day of Feby 1857. Isaiah Hunt - his mark. Witness Richard Lowther, Incumbent of Muker