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CCXXIII. JARRATT FENWICKE.

In the name of god amen the xjth of october In the yeare

of our lord god (1568) I Jarratt ffenwicke hole of mind & p'fite memorye thoughe I be seke in my bodye makes this my last will and testament in maner and forme followinge ffirst I giue my soull to Allmightye god my maker and my redemer: And my bodye to be buryed wher itt shall please my ftrends when god calleth me to his mercye It'm I giue to my doughter Elizabeth my best ambry xxtie of my best pewther vessell one yron chimney that stands in my hall house and a fetherbed that I lye vpon with the bolster and cou’inge therto belonginge It'm I giue to my brother Cuthbert ffenwicke one flanders chiste It'm I giue to Agnes laverocke vj platters and one brasse pott It'm I giue to Allison sudderon vj pewther vessell and one brasse pott next the best It'm I giue to my sister Cuthberts wiffe one fanders Chiste It'm I giue to my mother one cownter It'm I giue to my sister Jane Fenwicke one new table It’m I giue my sister Elizabeth carre thre pewther potts and thre pewther dublers. It'm I forgive James Arnold his house rente dew att martinmesse next esuinge It'm I giue to my wiffe and to my doughter Elizabeth vj silu' spoones. It'm I giue to my brother wm fenwicke one courtinge of a bedd wth the hangings therto belonginge a silke cou’inge and injor yeards of linne clothe the residew of my goods moveable and unmoveable I give to my wiffe and my doughter Elizabeth whom I make myne executrices my debts legaces & funerall expences discharged thes being witnesses James becke clarke-John hodgeson wth other mov.*

CCXXIV. KATHERINE LADY HEDWORTH.'

In the name of god Amen the xxiij day of June 1568 I Katherine lady hedworth late wiffe of Raphe hedworth of hau'tonne Knight deceased maketh this my last will and testament in man' followinge ffirst I bequith my soull to Jesu Christe my redem, and my bodye to be buryed in the churche att chester wth oblations ther due & acustomed It'm I most hartelye desire my lord of Westmerland to take my sonne Charles to be his ser

It I desire M Cuthbert Menell to take my sonne Ar

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| Daughter of Sir Marmaduke Constable, of Holme, County of York, and third wife and widow of Sir Ralph Hedworth. (See above in the year 1565). Mr. Surtees has printed the chief portion of this Will, II., 185, with an extract from the Inventory, and has added a few notes, to which the reader is referred.

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thure also I will desire my sonne Marmeduke hedworth to repare to oxford to applye learninge It'm I desire George Lawson of London to take my sonne John hedworth to vse him as he will It'm I will my cosine George Lawson of Appelden my cosin Raufe harden esquier & Richard harbotle gentleman to haue to gou’nance & tuition of my injr sonnes Charles m’maduke John & Arthure & ther goods during ther minoryte.

The Inventorye of all the goods moveable & vnmoveable belonging to the late Laydye dame Katheran hedworth of chester disceased praysed the third of August 1568 by thes sex honest me' whose names ensueth Robert lisle thomas todd will’m punsion John shore george scotte & John m’shall (1568).

Heringron Imp' corne on the earth xlvi-xiiij oxe' & stotts drawe' xxvj' xiijs inja._iio stotts & a cowe liijs inja- vj whyes, & one stott twintrs iij' xiij 4._x stirkes iiij' vjø viijd, iij meares & a nagge vi vjø viijd—wheat in ye barne xl threave iiij' —hay iiij'.-plewge & plewgh gears waine & waine geare one old oxe harrow & all y belongith to plewghe & waine ljø. one arke & a lepe xije —one almerye & ij chares vjø viija. S'm cij'. THE STORE HOUSE Inp’mis ij pare of lin sheets x— vj linne bord clothes, longe & square viiją—one old longe diop' brod cloth&two square vjø -- ij old diop'towells xijd_viij old diop' napkins xijų—thre linne towells iiij — xij old linne napkins xxd__ x yeards of harden cloth iije iiija-one pare of harde' shetes iijs mja—wood geare xxs. S’ma lviij®. iija. HER APPERRELL. Imp’mis one tawny veluet gowne liij* iiijo_one black satten goune garded wth veluet xls -one read sathan damaske kirtle wth a traine xx*—one old veluet halfe kirtle viije—one old sathan halfe kirtle gairded wth veluet x-one tawny veluet gonne for a man ližjo iiija_one blacke saten gowne faced wth m'ties iij'one old short veluet gonne xx-one cremisey satten dublet xxvj$. viij! --read cloth for a petticote xiij. inja— ij frenche hoods xxs-two hattes xs old teaster of a bed read and white damaske x-one bord clothe vjø viija-one oy bord clothe v yeards vs—of round linne one peace of duble sheats viije —one diop' bord clothe vjø. viija_one diop' towell inje- one payre of linne sheats vjo - v pillobers ije vjd--one old cupbord cloth viija -vj napkins xijd- one shete for a white bed ij$. viijd.—one payre of knives viija. Sma xix' iij*. ija. THE PARLOAR Two counters xvjø- one square table vs-one great chiste iiijs vj formes v_one almerye & one cupbord x-one skuse xijo-one yron chimney vs Lone bedstead wth a fether bed one cou’ing one happing, one blankett wth one paire of harde' shets ij bolsters xv8—ij happings, one pare of shets one bolster weh ij harde' palletts vjø. viija - one grene wollen table clothe xvje-Sm* iij' ix'.

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HAWLLE CHAMBER.

THE STOREHOUSE. The cupbord one count broken ij' vje– ix cruses & cannes xijd—ix barrells iijs iiijd—iij kitts xxd_vj hogesheads iij® —ij chistes vjs—iskeppes one lepe xvją—v senes vjd –xviij milke bowells wth ij close cuppes xiij* iiija–xviij butter cuppes ije-x ches fatts wth ijo sinkers ij$—xxxvij dight dishes viija—xviij vndight dishes viijd.—one still & a cover for Another vjø. viija–xviij bowells inje —xxiiij dishes viijd_iij tre dublers viija-old basings of wood of plain tre iiija – one chare xiją—ij laten lavers wth basens of the same old ij®. vją—v earthen mugges vd-a xj trenchers wth a boxe vjd—one limbecke iiijsx old quishens iiije-one syde sadle wth the furnitury xxvj. viija -one pillen wth a cloth cou'xijd—one old sadle for a woma' iij*. jiijd.-ijo cou'inges vs— xj cou'letts xxije—xj old blanketts xo_vj happings xijs — vj bolsters viija.-iiij pillowes ij$– iij mattresses xvs_one fether bed xvje-certaine yron geare ijs—v secks wth ij pokes iiij®—one boult clothe vidij stone of woll viija-iij shets old ije—iij calfe skinnes wth halfe a skine barked viija_one bowl of grotes viij® –viij candelstickes vjø. viija

one stone of mattres woll ijs vjd—irijor brod wood chargers xvja -ij kirnes vją—one windoclothe inija. Sm' xj' x'. vija. THE

One trussing bed wth teast' & curtains of silke, iij courtaines of sarsnet ye teast' of damaske all old xx_ old hings about ye chamber ijo-one pare of virginalls xx—one cownter vs_Sm' xlvijs. IN MY LADYES CHAMBER.

One trussing bed, one fether bed, one payre of blanketts one pare of shets one bowlster, one pillowe wth a huswiues cou’ing iiij pillowes xliije inje-two fflanders chistes x-one almerye xx—ij cupbords vjø viijd_iij coffers vję – ij cupbord stoulles iijs iiija iij buffett formes iiją —one litle buffet stole vją— ij litle coffers xijo—v mugges vje-iij old quishinnes xvj«-Sm' iiij' v*. viija. IN THE MILKE HOUSE. One chiste ijs vjd_one kirne xija—xiiij milke bowells iij®—one chese presse viija—ij chesfatts wth ij sinkers xijd—one ches boull xije —one stand vja—iiij bordes iijs ijd_one wood morter wth an yron pestelviija—Some xiij®. xa. In y® BREWHOUSE. One gile tub, one maskin tub, & one gilefatt ijo_iiij leven tubbes, & and one boulting tub & one saye ijs ija. Som' iiij ija:

IN THE KITCHINGE. One stand bed wth a fether bed, ij bolsters, one payre of sheets, one payre of blanketts, ijo cou'letts, one happinge xvs--one stand bed one mattres, one bolster, one blanket, one pare of sheets, ijo cou'letts one coueringe viiję—ij chistes ijo-one old almerye viija – v skeyls & a sey ij'. iij bowlls, a salt tub xijd—one draffe tub iiijdinj formes vjo-one yron chimney wth injo crokes, one porre, one pare of racks wth a fyer showell, one dropping panne, one pare of broyling yrons wth thre spets xiij inj"-one old caldron iij ij-ij pannes iij"

inja-ij ketles vij--v potts one posnet iijl-one copp' yetlinge vjs viijd_v pannes of battrye iijs—S’m vj! vj$ ija.

IN THE PANTRYE. ij hogesheads, one barrell full of vergis, ij kirnes, ij standes xs. Some xs. IN THE HALL. One old counter, one brake xijų—pewther in the storehouse ije viijd.-vj old basinges & evers vs_xxxiij dublers liij® iiijd—iij chargersviij®—xxvij dishes xxx8—xij sawcers inje:_iïj pewther peaces ijs—ij dosen & a halfe of pewther trenchers x—ij pottingers xijo_S’m vjl xija. IN BRIANS CHAMBER.

One stand bed wth one teast' and curtaines of huswiues making wth one fether bed, one cou'inge of huswiues makinge xx—one yron chimney iiijs—one law bed, one fether bed, one cou'lett xiijs inja-one cupbord inje_iij quishinges, one chiste wth a close stoull iij'—one copp' panne iiijé-plaite xxvj vnce p’sed to viji xvję—xx loode of cooles xxvj$. viijd—one pecoke, one henne & iiij birds iiije– one turky coke, one turky henne iijs—in malt iijo q’rters xlvjø viij"—ij gavelockes, one pare of toinges, & one fyre shovell iij® -—-x kye & a bull xvj. —xx yowes iij' vjø viijd—ij meeres liije inja_x swine xls. Sm xxxviij' x'. vizja BURNIGAYLE. Five kye, iij oxe hagges x'%iij stotts, iiij calues liijs inja-v whye stickes xlvs-bees xiij':-xxx geise x*—S'm xv xxjø iiije-Sm’ totalis inventorij ccxxix'. x vija. DEBTS wch the sayd ladye Dame Katherine hedworth was owing att the day of hir deathe Imp’mis to Thomas Hall of Durh’m for clothe ix' viijs iija_for hir costes of hir buriall vj' xiij®. inje_Servantes wages iiij' x-for hir hinds wages x-to John haswell smith x.-to thomas tayler of heringten ijs—for one obligation c'—to Charles hedworth for his childes porcion In legacies xxx' iiij viija—to m’maduke hedworth for his childs porcion & legacyes xxj' x$. jijd—to John hedworth for his childs porcion & legacies xx'. xiij® – to Arthure hedworth for his childs porcion & legacies xxiij' xvjø ja-to Elinor hedworthe for hir childs porcion & legacyes vji-to Jane heworth for hir childes p'te xlxiije iiija. Sm’ totalis ccxxvij' vijs ija. It’m for lxx lode of coles att viijd the lode xlvjø viija. Sm'a totalis ccxxijl. vije. iija.

CCXXV. ALEXANDER WOODMONS, CLARKE. In dei nomine amen the xxijth of April Ao Di 1568 I Alexander woodmons Clerke of the p’ishe of St. Margretts in Durh’m weeke and sicklye in bodye but of good reembrannce and understandinge make my last will and testament in mạner and forme followinge ffirst I com'it my soul in to the mercifull hands of god my heavonly father and my bodye to be buryed

in the church of sainct margaretts or wher so ev' m' Deane & the Chapter of Duris'e thinketh best and touchinge my worldly goods I give to mr Stephenson p'bendary of Durisme my best furred gowne and one old ryall and to Helene Cawsye two cou'letts the worst that I have wth a pewther disshe and a pewther Dubler of the best wth a sawcer and a litle panne. And also I give and bequith to the said Heleno a black gowne lined in the necke and att the hands wth worsett. It'm to margaret preston of witton one chiste wch was her fathers standing in the hall house wth a chare weh was also her fathers wch standeth at the bedside. It'm I give to my godson Alexander younger vjo. viijd. and all the rest of my goods I give and bequieth to John preston seruant to Hew whitfevld of Durisme draper whom I make myne olye executor of this my last will and testamente witnes will’m stephenson p'bendary of Durh’m ec'.

THE INVENTORY of Sr Alexander woodmons preast praysed by henry conningh’m Thomas Riden Thomas cookson and Robert Roddam. Imp’mis his app'ell that belongith to his back some of it all xl-vj cou'letts, & an old bed cou'inge & an old mattres & a boulster & iij codds & ij old blanketts, & inre sheats the price of all the beddinge xxvjs viija-pewther vessell pric xvja — iij candelsticks & a posnet the price ijs innja..bords the price ije viij"—a litle almerye, ij chists & ij coffers & iij chares the price vš—one old chimney & an old almerye, & a payre of toings ij* iiijų. The whole some of this Inve’tory is iiij' iiijd. It'm lent to my lord suffrekin xiiij old angells of xs a peace & iij old ryalls of xvs a peec & a george noble of xiijs iiiją—the some xl. *

CCXXVI. ROBERT HARRISON, OF WOLSINGHAM, HUSBANDMAN.

In dei nomine amen Anno dei 1568 and the ix day of Auguste I Robt’e harrison of the towne & p'ishe of Wolsingh’m & in the County of Durisme husbandman beinge weake in bodye & yet of good witt & memorye lawd & prayse be to Almightye god not fearing death but calling to remembrance the uncertaintye of this frayle & brickle liffe do constitute & make this my last will in this maner & forme followinge ffirst I give and bequith my soull hoollye to almightye god my maker and redemer hoopinge by his mercye to Jesus Christe onlye to be saued my bodye to be buryed in the churche yard of Wolsingh’m aforesayd for my worldlye goods suche as god the father haithe giue

I bestow & dispose after this maner It'm I giue & bequith to the poore people of wolsingh’m parishe for the health

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