Original Will of Chas. Pyne of Curry Mallet, esq., 1 Apr. 1715, devising his manor of Pitney Lortie, manor of Northall and Isle Abbots, mess. with 21 a. in Fivehead (lately purchd. of Peter Glassbrooke, gent.), 4 a. called Swethams and dw. house, and 1 a. mdw. with beast leazes in Millmore, Otterham, Isle Abbots Wood and Burnards Hill in I.A. (purchd. of Saml. and Marmaduke Podger) to son John Pyne, and wife Frances, with bequests to wife Frances, son John and dau. Amy (now wife of John Cozen). [1 parchmt. with armorial seal of poor impression].
Extract from Will of Wm. Mowrie of Netherham in High Ham, gent., 10 May 1745, pr. Wells 8 Aug. 1746, concerning his bequest of the residue of his estate to his nephew John Pyne.
Probate Copy of Will of John Pyne of Curry Mallet, esq., 13 Nov. 1753, pr. Archd. Taunton, 13 Sep 1764, with bequests to son John, daus. Frances, Ann, Elizabeth, Eleanor and Jane, and wife Anne. [1 parchmt.].
Probate Copy of Will of John Pyne the elder of Charlton Mackrell, esq., 13 June 1781, pr. PCC. 18 Apr. 1791, devising manor and advowson of Pitney, and lands in High Ham (held from 'Carey' Harvey Mildmay, esq.), with bequests to sons John, Anthony, Wm., daus. Ann, Frances, Charlotte and Juliet Pyne, and servant Christiana Gould. [When Will proved, children noted as John P., Ann Chambers (wife of John C.), Mary Michell (wife of Rev. John M.), Charlotte and Juliet P., spnrs., Rev. Anthony and Wm. P., esq.]. [1 parchmt.].
Attested copy on paper of Will of Wm. Pyne of Lyme Regis (co. Dorset), esq., 18 Feb. 1833, cod. 14 Aug. 1836, 7 June 1839, devising ppty. in the commonable places of West Sedgemoor, land in Curry Mallet parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, ppty. in Stoke St. Gregory and North Curry, manor of Northall als. Isle Abbots etc., with bequests to neph. John Pyne (son of decd. bro. Rev. Anthony P.), and John's bro. Rev. Wm. P., Mary Freeman (servant of decd. wife), sisters Mary Michell, Charlotte and Juliet P., and nieces Mary, Frances, Catherine, Jane, Anna Maria, and Juliana Pyne, and friend John Williams of Langport.
Residuary Account (Stamps and Taxes) for personal estate of sd. Wm. Pyne who died 7 Sep. 1839. [1 paper].