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inija. ij daker off lether off daker wayre iij'. vjø. vinja. A daker of lether not daker wayr vjø. viija. barke vjø. viija. iij fawtts & a leke inje. A alm'ry we all other gudds w in the house xxxiij. inja. as much hay as com’s to iij. iiij. ij swyn houggs x'. S'm totalis vij'. inja. Debita sibi debentia. Richart nicoll vj. Debita quæ
defunctus debet in mortis suæ tempore To Edwarde tornor of pygton xvij The Lords ferme vs. To
s'uande vs. to Sir robert skot xs. Sm'a totalis xxxvij.*
C. ROBERT BLYTHMAN, GIRDLERE. In dei nomine Amen the xviijth daye of marcij in the yeare of oʻlorde god mo.cccccmo.xlviij. I Robert blythman girdlere win the towne of newcastell vpon tyne hole of mynde and Reason neu'theless seyke in my body mayks my testyment in this manere folowying ffirst I gyve my soulle to Almighty gode to or blysset lady saint marye and to all the holye company in heuene my body to be buried win sainte nycheles kirke garthe Also I wyll haue in the daye of my buriall dirige wt solemne messe of requie' to be celebrat win the saide kirke of saint nycheles for the well of my soull and all trewe crstyane soulls to Rauff hauil one blewe doublet of chamoleat and one cappe It’m I gyue to John blythman my brother my schoppe geyre one payre of white hoose It’m I gyue to Thomas blythman my brother one payre black hoose and one cappe li'm I gyue vnto my two sist's one gowne to be diuidide betwixe yam’e the Resydewe of all my goods vn legate I gyue to Margaret blythman my wyff whome I mayke my executrixe she to order and dispone for the well of my sonll and to pay my detts as my trust is in hire Witnesse here of Robert woode prest John Whitfeld thomas blythman. [Pr. 1548.]
It'm I gyue
CI. RALPH BLAXSTON, CLERKE.' In the name of gode ame' I Raff blaxston Clerke afore my deth orden & mak my testam't & last wyll in thys man' and forme folowyng fyrst I bequeth my soule to almyghtie god or ladie saynte mary & to all the holie co’pany of heven my bodie to be buried wthin the cath' church of duresm be fore gregory alter It'm I gyue to mr doctor tode? my short rydinge gown
I of the family of Blakiston, of Blakiston-first Prebendary of the tenth stall in Durham Cathedral.
2 William Todd, D.D., first Prebendary of the fifth stall.
of worsett It'm I gyue to Sr John baxter' p’son of the south ballie my freesfroke furrytt It'm I gyue to mdoctor benet ? a paynted table for a token It'm to m? Robert benet my short chamleit gown The resydew of my goods of yt I shall haue after my decease I gyue to george rogerlie whom I make my full execut' And I desye m' Robert benet to se my will p’formed whom I make sup’visor of thys my last will And all such bequests yett nott bequestid as here aftr shall com’e to my mynde that he lykewise se them p'formed Acordinge to the gret trust I haue in him. Memor'd' that I ow ynto Thom's herryson of the hawes iiij". It'm I gyue to St George Bartley a preist bonett & a worsett tpypett It'm to george baytts a cipresse coffer It'm I gyue to Robert Sawer a mattresse a payr of lyn shets & a cou’yng of a bede ye ys att westow It'm I gyue to Robert warke a fetherbedde a bolster two fustian blankets a payre of shets a happyng of whit and a lytyll ou'see bedde And a lytle fusshian pillow It'm I bequest vnto Rychard Shirburne xx®. and a lyu'ey cott the pric x“. It'm I gyue to S. Richard best a sarcenett typpett It'm I bequeth to lyonell Smyth for his costs and paynes takine for me att yorke xx. It'm I gyue to Robert Sawer a bawsonde curtall nayge wich he hath now in kepyng It'm I gyue to Thom's Sawer my ryding cloke It'm I gyue to robert sawer a payre of frese sloppers It'm I gyue to Robert warke a payre of hose & to robert sawer a worsett dowblett It’m I gyue to Jenett warke my best syde gown vnlynide of cloith. It'm I gyue to tbe p’son of the south baylye my strait veluett cappe It'm I gyue to robert warke the younger a worsett Jerkyng To Thomas & henry warke his brother my pannes Jakett rossett by me Raffe Blaxton Witnesses here off John baxster preist georg bayts The INVENTORYE of all the goods wych are mr rauffe blaxton clarke the vij of January Anno d’ni mill'imo quingenmo xlixno. A payre of Cobyrons on payre of tongs on table and a desk with two carpets vpon them two chayres And a long cetle with vij cusshyngs two codds damaske wrought a standing tursyng bedde with gyrthes a mattres two fatherbedds one payre of fusshian blanketts ij cou'letts a cou’yng a bolster a fusshiane codde & two little fusshiane codds a law tursyng bedde of gyrthes a mattresse a bolster a codd a payre of blanketts two cou'letts One p’ssor a rede table paynted ande a gylted table a deske with two coffers in yt a coffer of cypresse
i Vacated the living of the South Bailey, by death, in 1572. 2 Originally a Monk, and, at the dissolution, Bursar of the Priory-afterwards the first Prebendary of the fourth stall.
CII. ROBERT SHELL OF BERWICK, GONNER.
In the name of god, Amen The vijth of Auguste In the third yeir of king Edward the sexte – I robert shell of berwyk gonn maks this
will & testament in man' & forme followinge first I bequithe my soule to god Almighty & to all the celestiall company in heven my body to be buried in the churche yarde in berwyck Ite' I give vnto Thom's Temple ij kye & the reste of monay to maik out x m'ks Ite' I give vnto my wife my house vnto my boy be of xxiiij yeirs of age And than to com' to my sonne whom I lymett vnto thom's shell of annwyck with his part & all my shopp geir & x stone of iron Ite' I give to will’m shell x stone of iron & xxs. Ite' I give to cristian shell xx*. & a clokke (cloak] & her p't of vessell when she comes to age Ite' I give the price of two gonnes to my moth" & my sister for thone of the wch I ame bidden xx'. & for the oys xxx. I will yf. I die that the xx®. that I had wth oswald Eweard my app’ntice be given hym agane The reste of all my goodes I give vnto my wif Audynto my children gotten with her whom I mak my full executours Maid at berwyk the day & yeir abouesaid "Thes witnesses John clau’ing robert story thom's foster John tyndall wt oyr
Dets owyng to hym. To Janet temple iij'. vj. vinja. To elsabeth temple xiij. innja. To andrew bawdkyn x*. viijá. Too m'tyn shell wif xx". Detts owing to hym wth monay. In rialls neir xxiiij'. In syluerr v or vj'. In the kings maties handes to be paid by Mr doune for irj monethes ended the firste of September at vijd the day for my self and vjų the day for eyer of two s'uandes and from the firste of September vnto the vjth of the same at lik waiges by the space of days at xxd the daye xij'. Mr ridgeway owith me for work of dunglasse home and roxbrugh inj?. xiij®. iiij. Mr Captane for my wags xij days at viija per die' & for my s’uandes wages at vja per diem for xij days xxs. Also M' captane owith striping a peace of ordynaunce & Clement shell x$ & mor vnto me iiij'. xiiij'.—I have a baithes I give hym one for it.
of wh'for he shall give xo I have a gonne & a dagge of & he hath a gonne of myne & I owe hym tak a dagg yr for
In dorso This is the trew will of robert shell wch I dyd wryt wmy hand being Curat of berwyk & so I will recorde by me John......
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CIII. RAUFE SURTEIS.'
of reed saye
... Alsoo I wyll and gyffe to ye house of Muntgrace x*. and alsoo to neessam abbey for my soull and all c'styn souls at the plesor of god Alsoo I
to John doddyssworth iij®. iiijd. to Marget dodysworth and Katyn dodysworth’ij®. Alsoo I wyll & gyfte to my cosyn Margere Surteys two chysts one almery yat es in hyr keppyng It'm a brode cressett of yron and a lytyll po Alsoo I wyll and gyfe to my cosyn Margere my goddowght' a lyrge almere
of appylls wyth lokks and banndds & the kezs longyng to it It I geve to Imon and vj salt salm It’ to my sister Kyllinghall vj puderde
to the Muntgrace vj puderde salmon It' to m'maduk Surtes iiij puderd salm It' to my Cosyn Doddyswo'th iiij salmon It to my Cosyn Sykyswyk vj pud'rd salmon It to Ag'es Jackson for recompence of apples ij pudred salmon It' to George Askewe a powdered salmon. Ranfe Surteis.
CIV. WILLIAM LAWSON, OF NEWCASTELL. INVENTORY. 1551.-In The Halle. One yryn chymney and a porr with one paire of tonges xxx'. One table of wainskott xx. ijo doble counters xxx'. A dresser and ijo formes v. Two cushyngs and two chairs vs. v cushynges xijo. Two carpett clothes and a covbberdclothe x'. The hangyng in the hale 1. S’m viij'. ijø. In the BUTTREE. One ambre xs. Sex candlestycks viij®. A morter and a pestell vs. A quart pott a pottle pott & a pynte pott vs. cov'd potts xija. One searce xija. One basinge for washynge xxd. Two longe bord clothes vjø. viija. Thre short borde clothes inja. A dosen Napkyns ij. Two harden bourdclothes xija. Two towells iij". One dyaper towell iij®. Two weshinge towells xija. S'm lije. iiij®. IN THE KYTCHYNGE. Two brasse pottes vjø. One yettlynge and two pans
A fryinge pane and a drepein pane iij". A Rost yryn a lying yryn and one flesh crouke ije. "A chafindych a skemmer and a grait? ijo. Thre knives and a choppynkniffe xvja. A
1 Of Middleton St. George, but of the family of Surtees of Dinsdale. The date of this will is lost, but it must have been made before the Dissolution, when the monasteries of Mount Grace and Nesham were in existence. It was proved in 1549.
2 Of the family of Lawson, of Cramlington.
garnesh of vessell xls. Eight peyses of old pudre viija. One yrin for rostynge of apples xviijd. A spit, ijo clames & a pair of clepps ij. Sm'iij'. xv. xd. IN THE BRWEHOWsse. Two leydes iij. A braike viijų. A mashfatt and two trowe stones iij®. Four seikes iiij. A gyelffatt xija. Two longe bordes vs. A bowtyng to'ne & a trowe xxd. A coulyngfatt a kenynnge two levyn tobbes ijo waschyng tobbes ij A pare of seyntres vjųThre halff barrells and two alepotts ij". A boschell viija. Sm' iiij' vjd. In the Kyell. A steeplead v! viij bowlls of malte xxxs. two bowlls of wheat x. A kyllhame' and a wyndooclothe x”. Sm' vij'. xo. IN THE PERLER. A stand bedd wth a ffetherbed and all thyngs thair to belonging xl". A coubbord wth a coubbordclothe xxs. A chyst iïjø. iija. A chamer pott viija Sm'iij'. iiij. IN THE CHAMBRE. chymney xiij®. iiija. A pressour xs.
A standbedd wyth a fetherbedd and all things thair to belongin xxx'. IN NAP
A dosen napkyns iij® Thre pair of lynsheits xv8. Thre pair of harden sheites viij. Thre pair of pyllowbers vjø. The hanggyngs x'. Sm' iiij'. xv. iiija IN THE SERVANDS CHAMER. Two mattresses with all the beddynge their to belonginge xiij®. iiija. The said WILL’ms App'ell. A gowne ffur'yd wth martron xl. A gowne ffurrid with black conye xxvjo. viija: A goune of ffreys furryd wth gray conye xiij. inja. A black cloike gardyt wth velvett xx. A white cloike iij. A slevelesse cote of damaske xxs. A slevelesse cote of grograe xs. A dublet of kremsynge satten xxvj$. vija. A dublet of reid taffitay xo. A dublet of blacke satten xvs. A rydyng cote gardyd wih velvet xiij®. iiija. A ridynge cote gardyd wth p’smantlais vs. A pair of hose wth velvet brichis xs.
A pair of hose lyned wth sarsnet iij®. iija. A pair of conye hose ijo. Two capps iij. A Hatt vs. Sm' xj!. vij*. viijd. The SHEP, CATTELL, HAYE, CORNE, AND
COLES APP’TEYNGE THE WYLL'M. At Schepcot barne xij oxen xx!. viij kye xxvj$. viij". a peis. ix young noytt xvø. a pes. liiij lambes ij*. a peis. xviij gymmers and dynmonthes iiij. a peis. A gray horse inj'. vjø. viija: A gray mere xxxiij. iiija.' Haye vi ijo plowes wth all belonging them iij'. A c. thrve of wheit and rye at ij$. vjd. a thrave xvl. A cxx] Thrave of otts at xij a thrave vj!. Coles at the staith xxx'. At the pyttxij'. In GOLD AND SYLVyr vij'. iiij. &c.
CV. SIR WILLIAM BEE CLARKE.
In the name of god amen
The xxvij day of marce