My copy of William Taberer's will is almost identical to yours, but mine was transcribed for me by an English genealogist who went to the Archives in England when they were in downtown London, and I think she transcribed to the best of her ability during her lunch hour - or may be more than one lunch hour?
Here is what she sent me - and you can see that she skipped over some of the parts she couldn't read, but only indicated them:
The will of William Taberer, was transcribed for me by the wife of Steve Turner, member of ICPUG in England and an English genealogist. She read a microfilm copy of the will book of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, PROB11, Bundle 229, Quire 254, page 289.
The ninth day of February 1652 I WILLIAM TABORER being in good health of body and of good and perfect memory do make and .. this my last will and testament in writing....cancelling all previous wills..... And affirming a friendly and loving agreement between my wife and children I have thought to declare my mind & concerning my land my goods and my chattells in manner and forme following that is to say...
I do first give and bequeath unto ANNE my wife the home I now live in and the three tenements thereto belonging now in the occupation of GILBERT POORS, ROBERT OATBURNS and ROBERT SAXOLBY during the forme and tyme of her natural life. And further do I give unto her the one and half of my [stocks] called the ..... stocks and the one half of all my errable land within the Liberty of Derbye and the one half of my barns upon ..... the tyme of her naturalle life If the said ANNE my wife shall begat herself no longer unmarried.
Item I do give and bequeath unto my sonne WILLIAM house in the Hobart Gate standing betwixt the lands of JOHN WRIGHT and the lands of ROBERT BARBER and 4 [acres] and half of errable land that is my two [acres] and a halfe in the Wallfield adjoining to the [footway] and one [acre] in Parkfield called [...]butts and one acre in White[...] field upon the meadow.
Item I give unto my sonne JAMES the home I now dwell in and the three tenements thereto belonging to after the decease of the said ANNE my wife if it [...] my son JAMES dye without children that the said house and tenements to come to my son NATHANIEL and his heirs for[....]
Item I do give unto my son JOSHUA fifty pound if he has come for it. If he has not to be divided betwixt my sonne NATHANIEL and my son JOHN equally.
Item I do give unto my sonne THOMAS [ten] pounds two years after my decease
Item I give unto my sonne NATHANIEL one [stock] called [Perrell] stock and two acres and half of land in the Wallfield and two acres and half of land in St. Lenards fields and [...] in the White[...] field and five acres and a half in the [...] field and one barn upon the [...] green Only if has given ANNE my wife the one half of this during life if she be [..] unmarried. I do give to my sonne NATHANIEL one farm [...] with all the errable land and meadows and [...] and all [...] thereto belonging
Item I do give unto my sonne JOHN two houses in Market Lane now in the occupation of WILLIAM [....] and WILLIAM BUNTINGS and one hundred and twenty pounds and this to be towards his maintenance at the University and what remains to be refunded to him when he shall have [need] of it or call for it.
Item I do give and bequeath my daughter MARY the sum of two hundred pounds at the age of 20 years
Item I do give and bequeath unto my daughter REBECCA two hundred pounds at the age of 20 years If any daughter should dye before 20 years money shared between remaining.
Item I do give to my sister MARGARET living at Morley ten shillings a year during her naturall life
Item I do give to my sister ELIZABETH twenty shillings and to her son WILLIAM ten shillings to be paid at my decease.
Item I do give to the poor of St. Watburs parish twenty shillings Item I make ANNE my wife full executrix of this my last will and testament. ----- [:CR:] -----------------
Perhaps she accidentally skipped over the name of Sarah, and maybe the Sarah I have attributed to William was a different child.Who knows?I have read the parish records from a microfilm transcript, and also from the LDS microfilm of the originals, so I feel pretty sure of what I have from the parish records - but less sure of anything I did not research myself.
Since Mrs. Turner found the will in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, I had not looked for it in the county courts.I think any will involving people who were living outside England itself had to be probated in the PCC.You're ahead of me there.