Catherine Shapleigh's will 1676 Exeter NH
After the death of James Treworgy, Katherine married Edward Hilton. There is an extensive sketch of him in "Great Migration", which includes Katherine's will:
'In her undated will, proved 30 May 1676, "Mrs. Katharaine Hilton" bequeathed to "James Tryworthy the son of Sam Tryworthy" a silver beaker to be kept in the hands of "her daughter Elizabeth Gilman" until James was of age; to "James Triworth the son of John Triworthy" a silver cup with fork; to "Edward Hilton junior" a silver cup with two ears; to "Sam Gilman her grandchild" a silver spoon; to "Mr. Sam: Dudly toward his ministry" 40s.; to "her daughter Mrs. Meridith named by Joanna" one iron great kettle and clothing; to "Mrs. Lucy Wells" one stone ring, one more hair petticoat; to "her daughter Elizabeth Gilman" her wedding ring and clothing; to "Johanna Meridith, her grandchild" sheets; to "Mary Gilman her grandchild" cloth items and a great pewter platter; to "Betty Gilman" sheets and stockings; to "Abigail Gilman the wife of Edward Gilman" a feather pillow, rug, pillion, pillion cloth, hood, and safeguard; to "Katharaine Paul" clothing; to "Sarah Gilman" a black hood; to "Lydye Gilman" a black hood; to "Abigail Gilman" her white mantle; to "Goodwife Robinson" clothing; the remainder of her linen to be divided among all her granddaugthers; to "Jane Hilton" clothing; residue "when all her debts are discharged, in reference to her son-in-law Capt. John Gilman, & Mrs. Wells, & what shall be laid out and expended about her funeral, the remainder to be divided among her grandchildren"; "my son John Gilman, Capt.," executor [NHPP 31:172-73].
'The inventory of Mrs. Catherine Hilton of Exeter was taken 6 October 1676 and totalled £78 10s. 6d. [NHPP 31:174].'