I've only just seen this exchange, and I wonder whether you're any further forward. FWIW, there are lots of useful books on reading medieval and early modern handwriting, and if you enjoy the challenge, it's worth making the effort. You have to reckon noit only with unfamiliar letter forms, but also with the spelling of the period, and quite often with abbreviations as well.
The opening sentence of your will reads:
In the name of God Amen Anno d[omi]ni Millesimo Quingentesimo sexagesimo sexto [i.e. 1566] the thertie day of Julie I Robert Ebsworthie of the parrishe of Bridstowe w[i]thin the Countie of devon being of perfect remembraunce thankes be given vnto god but sick of boddie doo make my last will and testament in manner and forme following
Hope that helps!