Cali, wife of Lingiachus Pastela: Crete, 1341
Cali notes that she is healthy in body and mind, but it becomes clear from the body of her will that she is testating because she is pregant, in this case, with her second child. She is already mother to a son named David. She leaves David and the unborn child her entire dowry and all of her other goods. Should one of them die before reaching 18 years old, she specifies that the surviving child should receive the whole of the estate. If they both die, the estate goes to her husband Lingiachus, who is also her executor.
19 October 1341
Archivio di Stato, Venice
ASV Notai di Candia, b. 295, fol. 29v (not. Giovanni Gerardo)
McKee, Wills, no. 191