Here are the interesting parts of the will:
- it was written April 12, 1827 and proved May 14, 1833, fixing the time of Charles' death in between these two dates
- he names a wife; I believe the name is Leonora Elliot (in the administrative section she is called Leonora Herbert)
- witnesses are his brother Josiah Elliot and a William Sims; this means that Josiah Elliot was still in England in April 1827 (he is believed to have immigrated to Canada around this time)
- the will gives a location: I can't read all of it but parts of it (Great Wild Street, the parish of St. Giles in the fields. Lincoln's Inn Fields is part of that parish but I'm unsure about deciphering the writing -- Inn Fields is certainly part of the phrase.
- It gives his profession (coach trimmer), which is a fit with his apprenticeship record (he apprenticed with a carriage maker)