I now think that the above mentioed Elizabet is not the daughter of Mary (Unk) Walker Holdcroft but probably the daughter of a Samuel Holdcroft.
York Book 20, p. 339
Pursuant to an order of court John Prentis Edwd Tarpley & James Tarpley have examined the accounts of Edward Bowcock admnr to the estate of Elizabeth Barber and find the balance in favor of the said estate 10 pd / 4 sl / 8 pn / ½ penny.
Cash paid Ann Holdcroft, Wm Prentis, Alexr Jameson, John Rollinson, Robert Miller, Thos Hornsby, John Holt, Edmund Cobbs, Mary Wray, Wm Dunn, Nathaniel Crawley, Junr.
Cash received of John Blair esqr, Peter Gillet for rent & Shells, Chas Lewis & Wm Parks bond 81 pd / 5 sl / 2 pn.Ordered to be recorded 16 December 1754.Attest: Thos Everard clerk.
Samuel Holdcroft of Bruton Parish, York Co., planter.11 August 1754
My will is that all of my estate be sold and my debts be first paid particularly 27 pd/15 sl to Elizabeth Thomas the remainder of my estate I give to my dau Elizabeth Holdcroft at the day of marriage or at the age of 21, but if my dau should die before that age or marriage, I give the same to my wife Mary Holdcroft during her natural life and after her death to be disposed of as follows:
I give to Mary Weldon dau of Benjamin Weldon and Mary his wife 20 pd, the rest of my estate to be divided between such of my surviving brothers and sister as shall not become heirs to any pt/o my real estate not mentioned in this will.I appoint my friend Benjamin Weldon the executor.Wit: Mary Weldon, John Thomas, Daniel Taylor.Proved 17 February 1755.Benjamin the executor together with John Prentis & David Jameson his securities ackn a bond and a cert was granted him for obtaining probate. Attest: Thos Everard clerk.