1.The will of Elizabeth Gray spinster of London [made in 1750] was proved 26/05/1762. Under the will she left to John Miller, son of her uncle John Miller, and his three sisters her estate called the Valley, and the enslaved people attached to it. She also left them £1000, and £2000 to ____Fennell, the daughter of Sarah Fennell her mother' sister, both secured on the Upper Plantation in Barbados, which she left to her kinsmen Francis Miller and William Miller of Barbados and their two sisters, children of her uncle Thomas Miller. She also left Francis £3500 and William £1500, and the unnamed sisters £1000 each. She elf further monetary legacies of over £10,000, including £5000 to the family group who inherited the Valley. Her residuary heir as Mr John South, not further identified.
London, Middlesex, London, England
Of London when she made her will in 1750 [proved in 1762]