Will of Edward Ogbourn alias Taylor of Chaddleworth 1702

Will of Edward Ogbourn alias Taylor of Chaddleworth 1702
Item I give and b to my son Edward Ogbourn alias Taylor one chest,four dishes [of] pewter and table board and frame And one furrow, and Trouser? rack and Trousers and eight sacks my forks prongs dung forks, one bushell and pork.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son in law Moses Holloway of Leckhampton, Chievely, Barks, Yeoman one shilling to be paid within one year after my death.
Item I give to my grand-daughter Elizabeth Fullbrook, daughter of Richard Fullbrook of Brightwalton aforesaid one brass pot after the choice of my executors.
All the rest any residue of my goods and chattels of any kind or sort, after my debts be paid I give to my son Richard Ogbourne alias Taylor who I make and ordain my whole and sole executor of this my will and testament desiring my brother Giles Ogbourne alias Taylor of Chaddleworth in the county of Berks, Yeoman and my neighbour William Pearce of Chaddleworth to be overseers of this my will & testament.
Signed, sealed, published an declared of this my last will and testament in the presence of Thos Tull, Elizabeth Roate?, John Higgins.

Dated 24th April 1702 (13th year of reign of King William III)

Focusing on the history of the name of Ogbourne, Ogborn, Ogburn and other variants, including the early form of Ocheburne & Okebourne