This is the transcribed will of Barbara Bucknor, widow of St. Martins in the Fields parish, Co. Middlesex, England 1668 (UK Public Record Office Catalogue Ref Prob/11/328)

Barbara was the widow of Anthony Bucknor, son of Leonard Bucknor, apothecary of London. They married in Saint Gregory By Saint Paul, London, England 11 Oct 1654. Their daughter Theodosia survived at least long enough to come into her inheritance in 1679, a property in Fulham, and marry one Laurence Ambrose at St. James Duke's Place in London in 1680. Lawrence died in 1726 and they seem to have lived in Marcham, Berks. The 1713 will of Lawrence Ambrose's spinster sister Grace Ambrose (PCC Leeds 233, PROB 11/532/367) indicates that they had 8 children living at the time, of which 6 were still alive in 1726 per Lawrence's will (PCC Plymouth 115, PROB 11/609/288). Barbara's sister was Sarah Roberts and I think their mother was Edith Roberts.

Date of will: 20 April 1668

Probate: 1 Oct 1668 in London (Temple liberty)

People named in the will:

In the Name of God Amen
I Barabara Bucknor of the parish of St Martins in the Fields in the County
of Middlesex widow being sicke in body but of sound memory (Thanks
be to God) Doe make this my last will and Testament in writing First
I bequeath my Soule to God my Creator hoping to be saved by the meritts of my Savior
Jesus Christ And as for my Temporall Estate I give and bequeath to my
beloved sister M{r}s Sarah Roberts the sum of Tenn pounds to buy her mourning
and I doe hereby make her Executrix of this my last will and Testament
And desire her to take the execution thereof upon her together with the edu
cation of my Child And as for all the rest of my Estate Reall and personall
I give and bequeath to my daughter Theodosia But it is my will and desire
theat in case my daughter Theodosia dye and depart this life before she comes
to a desposing Age that then my said Executrix shall have and enjoy All
my househould stuffe And as for all the rest of my Estate Reall and personall it
is my will it should be equally devided into Two parts One part whereof I
I give to my said Executrix And the other part thereof to my two Godsonnes
Charles and Phillip Coaker. and I doo hereby make void all
former wills. In witnes whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal
this 20th day of Aprill 1668 And in the 20th yeare of the Reign of King
Charles the 2./Barbara Bucknor. Signed sealed and publyshed in the
pnce of Will Coker Henry Sandham Judith Williams

Probated 1 Oct 1668
[probate section refers to Sara Roberts as "relicta dicti dufuncti" widow of 
the said (male) decedent, which is pretty weird - I assume the copyist was 
using boilerplate Latin or didn't read very closely]