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be gyvene and dyscribte to my s'u’nts, a mendynge of such highe wayes, & for the maryage of mayds at the dycretyon of my sup'vysors or so manye of them as shalbe thene belewinge. Also I geue & bequethe vnto my said son e Bryane in full recompence and satystaccyone of his full and fylyall poreyone of my goods and catelles a hundrethe marks or ells not provyded alwayes and I will that the said Will’m Killinghall & his assignes shall yerely accompt unto the resydewe of said supvisors and the longest lever of them for all suche p’ffetts as shall com and renewe of all my Landes ten'ts and farmholds by me bequethed and geuen vnto my said two sons or wiche thay shall fortune to have here after after whiche accompte I will that the said proffetts shalbe kept wth there said goods & cattells by the said Willim Killinghall for the vse of my sayd two sons and the longer lever of them as ys before declaryd. Also I geue & bequithe vnto Mr. Franceysse Wandysses s'unts emongest them xx*. The resydew of all my goods & cattels moveable and vnmoveable vnbequethed after my Detts & funeralls paide and Descherged I geue & bequithe vito Dorothe my Wyffe Bryane & Thomas my iwo sons whome I maik my full executors of this my last Will & testament to dispose the same for the health of my soull & I maik sup’vissors of this my will Will'm Kyllinghall, Jerred Salvayn the the yonger B'yane Pallmes Mychell wandsfforde Will'm wrene esquers and Rob’t Skepper yoman for whose paines I will that euerye one of my sup’vysors shall have forty shillinges and there costes bornne. Wytnesse hereof xp'ofo' spence xp'ofo' fenney Hughe Dawsone & Rob’t Skepper wth others mo
morye makes this
CXXXI. RICHARD PEMMERTON, OF STANHOPE, YEOMAN.
In the name of god Amen the xxiijth day of Septembre in ye yeare of or lord god 1559 1 Richard pemim'ton of stanhope in ye countye of Durh’m yeoma’ hole of minde & p'fitte me
my last will & testamente in man' & forme followinge ffirst I bequieth my soull to god almightye & my body to be buried in ye p'ishe churche of stanhope wher nry frends shall thinke good Also I bequieth to my sonne Michaell pemm’ton the better of my two geldings beinge grassed beside wenslaye and I bequieth & giue to my other sonne Rob'te pemm’ton thother of my two geldings there also grassed Also I will & bequieth vnto my thre daughters anne pemm'ton Vrsula pemm'ton & Isabell pemm'ton eurye one of them x' in full contentacion & payemente of ther filiall p'tes & porcions wch they may or ought to haue of all suche goods & cartells as I
the savd Richard shalbe possessed of att the time of my
death & yf it fortune any my sayd daughters (as god defend) to dye before they shall fortune to reccane there said porcions of x' then I will that suche p'te & porcion shall come & remayne to such other of my sayd daughters or daughter as shall fortune to survive & ou’ liue Also I giue and bequieth to my sonne Michaell two fether bedds & all the geare therto belonginge And also I give to Rob’te pemm’ton my sonne A fether bed & a mattres Also I will and bequieth vnto my wiffe
lease interest & terme of yeares wch I have yet to come of & in the corne milne of wolsingh’m during hir naturall life yf she hereafter marye nott & if she shall fortune to marye or Dye then I will that all my interest & terme of yeares of and in all ye sayd milne shall holye come unto my sayd sonnes Michaell & Rob'te & to ye executors & that my uncle Michaell fetherstonehauff & my brother Cuthbert pemm'ton shall imediatlye after ye mariage of my sayd wiffe or after hir death haue the orders of my sayd two sonnes y milne & other ther porcions & they to bringe them v'touslye vppe
Also I ordein & make my sayd wife Michaell pemmton & Rob’te pemm’ton my sonnes my full executors of this my last will to whome I giue all ye rest of my goods not bequested to disponde for ye health of my soule the witnes herof M featherstonhaughe John pert curett Cuthbert pemm'ton.*
CXXXII. SIR THOMAS HILTON OF HILTON CASTLE, KNT.' Goodes praised at Fourd & Hilton the xxiij of April A 10. Elizabethæ by Mr John Dalivell, & Mr John Mydfurthe of Sighell esquirs John Chambers Steven Kitchin & Will’m Browne.
Fyrste in wheit by estimacion sex chalder at liij®. ij. the chalder xvj!. In beanes by estimac'on foure chalder at xxvjø. viija. the chalder vl. vj'. viijd. In draught oxen xxxviij at xls. a peice Ixxvj. In swyne foureteyne 1. In bigg thre chalder at liijs. iiijd. the chalder viij'. In waynes plowe yrons withe ther appurtenances vjl. “In woole ten stone at two shillings & viij". a stone xxvjø. vinja. In wheit & bigg of the grounde sex and fortie Acres xs je acre xxiij'. In pease & beanes of ye grounde xl acres at vj*. viij. the acre xiij'. vjo. viij. In yowes & lambs vxx, xvj. In tuppes a leyven at thre shillings a peice
1 Who was husband of four wives in succession, and died childless. His will is printed SURTEES II. 32. He was Governor of Tynemouth Castle.
xxxiij®. In dynmonts xvij, liije. iiij. In sheipe hoggs liiij, iiij'. x'. In cariinge horss thre v'. In gaits (goats) xxviij, xls. GOODES AT YE PAIRKE AT Hilton. In horss stoned one : in meyres foure : in colts of one year aige thre: in fillies one of two yeres of aige : one colt of two yeres off aige & one blacke gelding, x'. In the house at herdmei tfyve geldings viij'. In kye fower & one stotte and one calffe vj. In old swyne nyne, and twenty two pigges liij. iiija. Goods PRAISED ATT Hilton. Fyrste in THE GREIT CHAMBER, one bedstead, two fether bedds, one mattresse, two bousters, two wolling blanketts, two fusshen blanketts, one cov'lett, one ov'see cov'ing, one covering of grene velvett wth a teaster of the same velvett, thre courtings of yellow and white saircenett, two pilloes, one old carpet, a nother carpet for a wyndowe, a nother carpet for a nother wyndowe, one cupboard, two great chists, one longe table, one shorte table, sex buffett stooles, one iron chymney with a porr of iron, one chaire of waynescott, old hingings of arrest worke, x!. In THE GREIN CHAMBER, two bedsteids, foure fether bedds, one materesse, two bousters, foure pilloes, two cov'letts, two coverings of ov’se worke, one covering of velvett, one teaster of the same, thre curtings of grein & yellow sarcenett, one other teaster of yellowe & blewe satten eburgese, thre courtings of reid & yelowe saye, one cupbord cloth of furshing naples, a nother cupboard clothe of tapstrie, one table and one cupbord, one chaire, two paire of wolling blanketts, two paire of fusshen blankettes, and old hangings about the same chamber, x'. IN THE MIDDLE CHAMBER. Two bedsteids, foure fether bedds, two bousters, two pilloes, two paire of wollinge blanketts, two coverletts, ij ov'see coverings, a old teaster of blacke velvett and blake damaske, one chaire, old hangings about the saime chamber, vj! IN THE NEWE CHAMBER. Two bedsteids, fower fether. bedds, one mattresse, two paire of wolling blanketts, two bowsters, iij pilloes, two cov'letts, two cov’ings, one coveringe of blacke and reid damaske, two teasters, ye one old reid and velvett & th’other of reid satten eburges, one chaire, one clothe for a wyndowe dornix, two courtings of white saircenet vj!. IN THE GALLERIE. One bedsteid, two fether bedds, one bowster, two pilloes, one paire of wollen blanketts, one cov'lett, one covering, one counter, one pair of old virginalls, the hangings of painted clothes, v! THE WAIREDROPE AT Hilton. In old reid velvett quisshings two xx*. In blacke velvet quisshings old two vs. One tan’ed velvet cusshing wth armes of it x'. In old damaske & satten cusshins sex xs. In other old tapstrie quisshings twentie foure xxx'. A long carpett xls. In cupbord clothes thre xxx, In carpetts for tables foure loes iiij.
xl. In newe hangings for a chamber sex vj'. xiij". iiijd. In single cov'ings foure and one blewe field bedd xiij. iiijd. Wollen blanketts viij paire xvjø. viija. One old teaster, viij old pil
One bedsteid, one fether bed, one bouster, ij blanketts, one cov'lett, one old cov'inge xxs. In old teasters of bedds iij. xxs. One old peice of green velvett xiij. 4d. Two cupbord clothes of reid furshen enaples vjø. viija. One old hinging xx®. Two mattrices vs. Old peics of hangings, a chist and a bord xxs. In s'vaunts bedds twentie fower vl THE CELLER WITHIN THE P'ler. In formes & old barrells iij'. IN THE P'LER. One iron chimney, two tables, one counter, ij chares, one cupbord, sex formes, two old carpetts, three old hingings xl. În puder vessell sex garnish x'. In the ChamBER OV THE HAULL DORE. One bedsteid, one fether bedd & a bouster, two pilloes, two blanketts, one cov'lett, one covering, one cupbord, one chiste, one teaster, one chaire, one cusshinge, one table xxs. IN THE LAWE CHEKAR. Too bedsteids, two fether bedds, ij bousters, and two pilloes, two paire of wolling blanketts, the old coverings, one counter, one yron bound chist, two old hingings about the chamber xls. IN THE KYTCHINGE. One payre of yron gallesse, two yron rackes, two lying crokes of yron, with all other implements belonging to the same iij'. IN THE LARDER two leads ye one great the oy' litle iij! vjø. viijd. Two leids wth other implements of brewing vessell vl. IN THE TOWER One great cawdron, one pann, one yron speit xxvj‘. viija Item viij co’pleit harnes from ye kne vpp xiij'. vjø. viij. In The Hall Foure tables withe formes, one counter, one cupborde xx*. The corne at Hirst xxs. In
P'cell gilt plaite, a crowne a oince, fyve score oinces & thre quarters xxv!. iij. ixa. In gylt plaite at v shillings & eight pence the ounce being xxiiij vnces vjl. xvjø. One gold chyne weing xxxiij ounces & half a ounce c!. IN THE GARNER AT HILTON. Two chalder of ott malt at two & thirtie shillings the chalder iij'. iiij. In bigge malt one chalder liije. jijd. In wheit halfe a chalder xxvjø. 84. In rye sex bowils xvø. In beans & peace vj bowlls xx*. IN THE BARNE AT Hilton. In ffyrdells of the biggest sorte vewed by estimacion xxs. In litle firdells iïijas, xiij. iiijd. In dobie firr spars xl The ferie bute at fforde vj$. viija. The GOODES PRAISED AT FLATWURTHE AND TYNEMOUTHE. [In the former place cattle only are enumerated.] IN THE KITCHin aT TYNEMOUTHE A fornace pott, a yron chymney, a gauntre of yron, three yron crookes, two standing rackes, an yron shoall
, an yron porre, thre paire of yron clippes, and a paire of tonges ivs. Two small brasse potts one yaitling of brasse, one frying pann,
THE SALT GARNER
one smale yetling, two yron speits, nine pud, dublers, xiij dysshes, viij saucers, one chang’ with one cullyandre l'. IN THE BREWHOUSE. Two brewing leads, one greate maske fatte, fyve hoggesheidds, a coyling lead, thirtein barrells, two seys, two scuppes, one bedsteid, one paire of gauntrees vl. In THE BAKKHOW'SE. One paiste trowe, one muldinge boord, one braike, two tubbes, one paire of tems, one yron porre vjø. viij". IN THE KILL One steipe lead, ij small kill chymneys xs. În
Haiffe a weye of baye salte, one hundrethe bowe staffes, two longe tables, two tresses, foure hogges heids, a lantrone iij'. IN THE GALLERIE OF TYNEMOUTH soure and in the clossert within the gallerie another pressoure with a portall and ye sillering in the p'ler xls. IN THE SELLER A old cupborde xx". Fyve old hedchis of a broken shipe xija. IN THE VTTER P’ler. One porter of waynscott and one table vs. One small yron chymney vs. One chaire viija. IN THE BUTTREE. Two chists, xij puder plaits vjø. vinja. IN YE CHAPLE CHAMB'R Two bedsteids ij". IN THE HALL Two tables, two fformes vs. One chymney of yron vs. One cupbord ijs. One Drume ijs.
In Gilbert ERRINGTON CHAMBER Two bedsteids ij. In the MILL HOUSE one horse inill & yron piks j yron gaveloke. Ye third part of a kill. A SALT PANN.
CXXXII. CUTHBERT CONYERS, OF LAYTON, ESQUYER•l In Dei nomine, Amen. I Cuthb’t Conyers of Layton in the Co’ntie of Duresme Esquyer beinge off holle mynd and plyte remembraunce make this my last will the xxviijth of Septembre in the first yere of the Reinge of of Sou’ayne Ladie Elizabethe (&c.) in man' and fforme ffollowing. That is to saye I Bequithe my soull to Allmighte God, to our blessed Ladie Saynct Marie and to all the hollie companye of hevon & my bodie to be burid in the p'ishe Churche of Sedgefeld nere to the quere doure if it fortone me to dep't in the said p’ishe or there a bouts. And also I will that all my Debts be paid for the discharge of my consyens, the whiche I trust be verie litle. Also I bequithe Marie Conyers my wife the third p'te of all my La'nds and also
[bequeaths to John his second son his land in Collingham, with money or “stuffe" to stock it.- To Matthew & Cuthbert Conyers & to the longer liver the Freers & mill & lands in Hartlepoole.—To Robert &
1 Second son of Sir William Conyers, and brother of Sir Christopher Conyers, of Sockburne, Knights-High Sheriff of the County_married Mary, daughter of Thomas Layton, of Saxhoe, county of York.