Jewish Will Extracts 18th – 19th Century

Will Extract
Reference NA1366
Family Name TREVES
Forenames Rebecca
Probate Date 1796 (19 May)
Address Grove House, Enfield Wash, Middlesex.
Occupation Widow
Spouse Joseph Treves
Siblings Moses Da Costa
Grandchildren Moses and Joseph De Aguilar
Other Relatives Rebecca De Agular (husband Hananel) the daughter of Joseph Treves. Charles Mellish (see notes); Miss Catherine Da Costa; Nephew, Joseph Da Costa; niece, Sarah the wife of Moses Lindo (their son is the testatrix’s godson Elias Lindo). Simha aka Joy De Agui
Bequests Elizabeth Jordan, Mrs. Jane Twycross
Executors, Administrators Emanuel Baruh Lousada jr. of Percy Street; Jacob Samuda of Bury Street and Moses Lindo Jr. ŕf Leadenhall Street.
Witnesses J.J. Alvares, William Coleman, Arch. Bell jr. William Shaw and William Field.
Notes Portuguese Burial Ground, Mile End. Rebecca was the second wife of Joseph Treves (Gentlemans Magazine 1759, Joseph Treves of Mincing Lane and Miss Rebecca Da Costa of Totteridge) and therefre the step-mother of Rebecca De Aguilar see NA1362. The painting
NA Cat Ref Prob 11/1275