Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB

Thomas dalavell one whye off the lyke aidg Itm I gyue to John Myddleton sonne to the lord off Belsay one hauked whye Item I gyue to Christopher bell one whye of one yere olde Itm I will ye georg dalavell my basterd sonne shall haue fo, s'vic' doon & to doone vnto my heirs during his lyff naturall by yere xl' It'm I wyll that Thomas fawlkyner shall haue for his s'vic done unto me and to be done vnto my heires during his lyff naturall by yere xxvjø viijd It'm I wyll that Thomas Wawton shalhaue the ffarmehold wch he is in for s'vic doone and to be doone vnto my heires and to haue allowed yerely during his naturall lyff the rent of xls Itm I will that si Richerd Anderson clerk and chapplaine vnto shalhaue meit & drink wth my sonne John Dalavell and also fo' his doing during his naturail lyff the soume off foure pounds sex shillings eight penc And yf he shalbe by aidg or other wyse devexed or blynd to haue his meat and drinke and the said annuall stipend off iiij' vjø viija whills he lyveth Item I will that Anthony dalavell and his wyffe shalhaue or the longer lyver oft yem two for s'vic done vnto me and to my heires by yere during ther naturall lyff thre pounds thirteen shillings foure penc It’m I will that John dalavell shalhaue for s'vic doone unto me and to be doone unto my heires during his naturall lyffe by yere xl®. It'm I ordein and make my sonne John dalavell my full and sole executo' to whome I gyue all the reste off my goodes vnbequiethed to order and disponde all thinges as he thynkes best for my soules healthe and his best p’ffett Witnesses of this my p’sent will John Mytford off sighell Rob'rt Rames James Ogle will’m ffenwick James Beek Clerk and henrye wyclyffe.

yere

CLIV. NICHOLAS BLAXTON, OF NORTON.' In the name of God amen. The yth off Julij in the of or lord God 1562. I Nycholas Blaxton of Norton sycke in bodye & hole of mynd & good off remembraunce dothe institute & maike this

my

laste will & Testament in manr & forme folowing. First I gyve my soull to Almyghtie God my maker and redemer and or Ladye St Marye wth all the celestiall co'pany in heaven to praye for me & my bodye to be buride wein ye p'ish churche of Norton First I gyve to Will’m Blaxton a counter, a lead, & a maskfatt & a troughe stone, a great arke, a spence & fflanders chest

Also I gyve to Thomas Blaxton a counter & a woode trowghe & to his wyff a fflanders chist wth

I Of the family of Blakiston, of Blakiston.

the locke Also I gyve to Katheren Blaxtona counter & a almerie, a meat table and two paier of lyninge sheites & two payer of harden sheits iiijor coddwayeres & four towells. Also gyve to Nycholas Harp'lays wyffe my best gowne & a fflaunders coffer. The resydewe (&c.)

INVENTORY. In the hall howsse xxo. A cowe & two whyes iij'. On acre of corne xxx'. Implements in the chamber xxx'. xij yowes & lambes xxvj. vinja. A gowne xvs. S'm ix' xx. Debts. Servants wags vjø. viija. Geven at ye church & for a dynn' iij'. Rem vl. xv*.*

CLV. THOMAS PLUMPTON, OF HYLTON.' Dec. xxij. 1562. I Thomas Plu’ton of Hylto yooman-I commytt my soull to Almyghtie God & my bodye to be buried in the curche yearde of Munckwarmothe wth ye com’nyon to be said the daye of my buriall—to my right wysshipfull M the barron off Hylton one old ryell for a pour token--my farmehold in Hilton which I have by lease-leaves small sums of money to his relations] desyringe my wyshipfull Mt the baron of Hilton to be ther goode Mr as my full trnst ys in him.

CLVI. ROBERT PRAT, OF KNATON.? In the name of God Amen th' xxth daye of December in the

yeare of or Lorde God 1562. I Robert Prat of Knaton seike in bodie bud hole in mynde & off good & p'fit remembraunce dow orden & maike this my last will & testament in man' & forme followinge.mffirst I bequiethe my soull to God Almyghtie & my bodie to be buried wth in the church yearde of Leke. Also I maike John' Coites & Esabell Coites my owen childer. Item I gyve & bequiethe to will’m Pratt John Coites & Issabell Coites all my goodes whome jointly together I maik myn executors to dispose & discharge me as well off my fathers Armestrames will as my owne will & Testament, to order & dispose my goodes to my soulles healthe. Wytness hearoff Sir John Cundone curatt &c.

INVENTORY 11 Jan. 1562-3. The Hall One almerie vj'.

I A farmer upon the Hilton Estate under the Baron, who is affectionately remembered in the will.

2 A farmer of two farms, and a smith, in Northallertonshire, who adopts two children by his will. His inventory contains many curious words, and the whole document is of a very valuable nature.

MENTES

vija. iij litle kettles xiij'. iiija. ij pannes ij. ij latine candlesticks xijų ij calle iijo. iiij. ij brasse potes viij. iij pewder dublers, on pewder basson on counterfett iij". ij". One ffryinge panne iija. Thre skeiles xijd Thre kittes, j kirne wth staffe xiiij"

One chaire viija. One little meat borde one furme, fyve little stoilles & one wod morter yiija ilij quishons xijų. Leaves of ij swyne iiijaTow Heekells vjd. ij great bowells iij wodd skailles, one syle, one dossone & ix trenchers iiij one wodde dublers ij cheise fattes, thirteine wode dishes xviija. j reekand, j paire of pot clyppes, viija. v beefe fliches & iij bacon flicks xiij. The CHAMBER. ij ryddles, j seive, j scuttle, iiija. On gile fatt, j stande, v ale potes, one varges barrell, on stone cruse xvja. One pare of bed stockes on spinninge wheill, one mavnde, j straw skeipp & j hopp" xvja. j maske fatt, j swyne tubbe xij". ij chistes xiju. Onie lether fackett vja. One paire of sheires iiij. ij secks ij pookes xvja. RA

Two gownes for a woman j kirtle viij. ij hattes for a woman j white capp xvjų ij smockes xija On sworde, j dagger, on pursse ij. One sylver spowne ijs. j paire of bowtes, j pare of shooes ij$. iiij yeards of white carsye clothe v". One bounde of lyne vs. One white pettecotte, one reid kirtle iij®. ija ij kirchyffes iij. lyn raylles inj”. ij lether dubletts, j lether Jerkyn, one clothe jerkyn iij®: One clocke (cloak) iij® ij paire of womans hoosses, į paire of shooes xija BenDINGE ij mattresses vs. iij white happins ijo. dowclothe xija Fowr coddes ij*. ij cov'lettes ij'. viija. iiij blanketts inj”. j lyn sheit, v harden sheits vjø viija Waynes, PLEWGHES AND BELONGITHE YR TO. One wayne wth yron bound wheilles, axill nailles, lyn nalles, ij ringes, j wayneheade shakle, j waynehead yoke xxxiij*. iiijd. vyoixes wth bowes j of not ij$. vinja. j bucshackill, j dodge of iron viija.

Fowr axes xvj. Knyffe, one hande sawe, one horse loke xvja. ij plewghes, j culter, on socke, iij'; ija: xxij fellowes, v donge forckes, x pleughe heads, vj plewe sheares, ij steretres, foure showells, two spaides vjø. viija. ij sythes xija. iij syckills iija. ij cowpes, ij paire of wheills, ij paire of hoppinge trees wth cappes off yron, axill nales & lyn nales xiij. iij. iij teames vs. iij iron wedgeis vja. j mattoche, j thistill

, one choppinge, iij woumbles, j pare of tonges viij. ij wayne roopes, j haire teder xija. On plewgh beame j axletree vjų. xij peaces of wodd, xvj sparres v». Horsse harrowes vja. ij iron forckes mija. Thre stees als ledders xija. THE SMETHEY. One paire of bellowes xvja. j gryndston wth the axletree off iron & crookes xxų, ij great hambers, four litle hamberes, j paire of pynchers, j paire of tongs ij". CORNE IN THE BARNE. Wheet

THE FEILD SOWEN

One tupe

& rye xxvjø. viija. Ottes xx®, Peasse vj'. viija. CORNE IN Wheit & Rye ij'.

HAYE At Knaton xxvjø. viija. THE LEASSE at Knaton xs. MOVEABLE GOODES Six oxen vj!. Two calves x®. One donne ffylley xx*. One fillye foole ijs. Two coockes & hennes iij. iiija vj kyen vjl. On grea nagge xx'. On colt stagge vjø viija. one yowe ijo vinju. One ducke iiij'.

AT WESTRUNCTON, The Hall One Almerie inje. One old brasse pote iij. Thre little pannes viijd. Two little saltes ija ij skeilles, on soo, one kyrne wh the staffe one syell, j vergeus barrell, vj mylk bowlls, ij kytts, xij wodd disshes one wodd skaille four trenchers iij. ixa. Two bourd sheilffes ijaThre quisshons ixa. Paynted clothes inija. j disshe calle ij'. viija. One caldron iij". iiij. x pewdr dublers j counterfatt ij'. j cryssett, ij rachyncrokes į pair of tonges one pair off cobyrons, j speitt one paire off potes iiij. iij meit bourdes, on chair'iij furmes, iiij little stooles j wodd morter ijs. ij lether flackitts viija. iij baccon flicks leives of ij swyne vs. viija. The CHAMBER v paire of harden sheites, j lyn sheit, two codwayres, one lyn towell, one harden bourd clothe, one lyn bourd clothe, one old towell vje. viija vij aile potes xija. ij arkes, ij old barrelis, ij tubbes, one strawe skepp, ij maundes, ij henncawells vs. On Wandyt leape ij'. Two little chistes xija . iiij happines, iij blankyttes, on coverlett, one mattresse, ij coddes, fyve yeardes off freasse xvj. Fowr pair of bedd stockes xvj. iij poockes, iij seckes, on wyndow clothe inj“. On spynninge wheel wth ye stoole on wodd busshell, j wodd pecke, on strawe pecke, on haver rydle, j wheit rydle, ij seaves, on scuttle, j teames, ij bowells, skepps of straw. Sum xxxvj'. vija. His RAYMENT, ij Jackets off freasse ij paire of hoosses, j old clocke, j old dublett, j Jacke, j sallyt, on pair of splentes xij". On hackney sadle wth yo brydle viija. ij halters inj traces inja THE BAVK HOWSSE.

On wood trowe, j mashfatt brandrithe, j little stone trowe, j gange of fellowes ijo. viija. j stepe fatt vj$. viijd. THE SMYEDYE. į pair of bellowes, ij greatt hambers, v little hambers, vj pair of tongs, ij woumbles, iij parcers, j hand sawe, two chissells, j grynd stone, wth j naile tuyle (tool) one wrast, ij old sythes, vj fyelles, v axlewayne nales, xvj horsse shoes, vj old teithe for to s've for one harrowe xxxij. WAYNES AND PLEWES[&c. &c. fere ut supra]

S’ma totalis Ixvij!. xå. ixd.*

CLVII. FLORENCE PORTOR, OF BUSHOPAWKLAND.

1562. 1 Ap. I Florence Porto' of Bushopawkland to be buried in the chirche yerde off St. Androwes I gyve and bequiethe vnto John Sklaiter my browne Jacket a chamlett dublett, a nyght cappe of velvet. Also I gyve vnto Robert Portor & Cuthbert Porto' my two sonnes all my

Jacks sallet sworde & all my other geire meat for warre with on tawny gowne & a gaberdine & all my other rament

CLVIII. ROBERT CONYERS.

INVENTORY 24 May 1563. SHIPPING. A Q'ter of the Elizabeth xxxij'. xiijo. iiijd. Item in the Mary grace vjxxl. A silver peace liij'. inja Two masers xxx%. A litle silver salt percell gilt xxvj. viija. xiij silver spones xliij. iiija. ijc newland fishe xis. LEGACIES GIVEN. His silver chane His dagger-his signett of gold-his best gowen.

CLIX. RALF HUTON, OF WALWORTH. The Inventory of all suche Goods as did belonge vnto Mr Ralfe Huton of Walworthe laitly deceased, and prased by inj honest me'. 1563.

Two fether bedds, three bolsters, two pellows, liij*. iiija vij happings, a coverlett xiiij®. iij blanketts x®. ij mattresses viij*. One bedd covering vj". viija vj quissons viij. A cupbord and a clothe vjø. viija. One chist vjø. viija. Two chairs ij”. Two stoles, two fermes ij*. viij". Two trussing beds and two teasters xl. A satten doblett & a worsted Jackett xxiij". iiija. One gowen, a cloke, iiij pair of hose, a pair of bote hose, ij cotts of black clothe, a fres cott, a fushan doblett, a rede peticote, ij velvet strait caps, a knit cape, a sword, a dager, a sword girdle iij'. IN THE CHEASE CHA'B'R. lxvj cheases liij. iiija. A bound of linte iij®. iiij. iiij stones of wole x'.

One chist, a cheseflack, ij tables iij tristrells, a bord, a tubb, a baskett viijo. IN THE CHAMBER One trussing bedd vj'. viija ij mattres and a bolster vs. vj happings xvj': iij coverletts x'. iiij pair of blanketts xvjø. ij bolsters & a covering “vj”. Pillowes vj'. viijd. ix linsheats vj pillobers xxxiij. ix harden sheats xij'. iiij lin table clothes & iij table napkings xvj”. One close (cloaths) presor xiij'. iiijaiiij chists xij. Gallons of hony

[ocr errors]
« ZurückWeiter »