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ffrancis walker my peaced buwe. Also I gyue to Jeffray m'ley my booke called callapine. Also I gyue to Robert burnope my longe settle bedstocks & x* in money & my woʻste bolster. The Resydewe of all my goods my debts paid & fun’all expenses deducted I gyue to my said nepho lancelote horsley elizabethe his mother & Alison Smith whome I maike my executo's of this my last will and testament Also I do maike the said Jerard Salvaine sup’visor of this my said laste will & he to see all things distributed imployed & bestowed according to thentent of this my last will & testament In Wytnesse whereof I the said nicholas burnope clerke to ys my last will & testat haiue subscribed my naime the daye & yere Above written, Nicholas burnope. Wytnes of this will thom's watson Rob'rt burnope and ffrances walker. *
CCXLI. JEANNE LEWEN, OF NEWCASTELL,
In the name of god amen the xiijth day of June A° d'ni 1569 I Jeanne Lewen of ye p’ishe of alhallowes wth in ye towne of newcastell vpon tyne wedoo lait wyffe to Robert Lewen of ve said towne esquier disseased hole of mynde & of good & p'fett memorye prayse be gyven to god althought I be vesited wth sicknes in my bodye doith make this my testament contey’inge therin my last will in man’ & fourme followinge ffyrst & prencipallye I com’end & gyve my soule to almightye god & and to his sonne Jesus Christ my onlye savio' my redemer and my bodye to be buryed in ye p’ishe churche off sanct nycholas in ye said towne of newcastell wth my mortuarye dew & by lawe accustomed Also I gyve & bequithe to my sone xp'ofor Luen two salts of sylver wth a cover gylt & a ringe of gold writhen Also I gyve & bequithe to Anne Lewen wyffe to ye said xp'ofor best
gyve & bequithe to my sonne Robert Leweni on standinge cupe of sylver wth a cover gylt and in money ye some of ten pounds Also I gyve & beyaithe to my sone Edward Lewen a dosine sylver spones hauinge my husbands armes 'of them Also I gyve & bequithe to m’grat Barnes wedoo ye some of three pounds syx shillings & eight pence one cassick a gowne of brode clothe frynged wih blake sylke my best cloke and my lynnyn clothes "And to alles Barnes a gowne of worsted & a napron of worsted Also I gyve & bequithe to xp'ofor bartram fortye shillings Also I gyve & bequithe to Jeanne Boys ten shillings Also I gyve & bequithe to m’gret bell ten shillings And also
I clearly acquite & forgyve wlm brigham all ye depts & somes of money yt he dothe owe me Also I gyve & bequithe to Jeanne Jacson wyffe to John Jackson ten shillings Also I gyve to my sarvant John watson syx shillings eight pence Also I gyue & bequithe to elizabethe brigham my brothers doughter one cassick of growgram and to hir syster Anne stell my blake taffattye kirtle Also I gyve & bequithe to my cosinge matho Jonson one old ryall for a token and to my cosinge Jeanne his wyffe on’ ringe wth a diamonnd stone in yt the wch ringe was her mothers Also I gyve & bequithe to Esabell Jacson wyffe to Mr John Jacson of Gatinbe one duble duckat for a token Also I gyve & bequithe to my cosine m' xp'ofor mytfourd one diamonnde stone sett in a lytle peace of gold and to my cosine his wyffe one ould ryall for token And also I gyve & bequithe to my cosine m' wlm sherwood one like diamond sett in gold And to my cosinge his wyffe one old ryall Also I gyve & bequithe to my sone xp'ofor Lewen my house wherein I do nowe dwell in & of old tyme called yorkes place & if ye said xp'ofor dye wthout vshe of his bodye lawfullye begotten Then I gyve & bequithe ye said house to my sone Edward Lewen & if he dye wthout vshe of his bodye lawfullye begotten then I gyve & bequithe ye said house to Robert Lewen my sone. Also I gyve & bequithe to my good mus Pilkinton my lord of durhams wyffe one ringe of gold wth a rube stone in yt for a token. Also I gyve & bequithe to m' vicar m' mackbraye for my for getten teathes fortye shillings Also I gyve & bequithe to my cosine m' John hagthrop of nyttelsworthe one old ryall & to my cosinge his wyffe one other old ryall for tokens Also I gyve & bequithe to John gybson & his wyffe ather one french croune It'm I gyve & bequithe to ye four curats of this towne eu' of them ten shillings. Also I gyve & bequithe to four poore skollers of Cambrige being born in this towne euery one of them ten shillings towards yx helps All ye Resydue of all my goods moveable & vnmoveable my depts legaces fun'all expences deducted & paid I gyve & bequithe to my sone Edward Lewen whome I ordayne & make my excuto' he to order & dispone ye same as shalbe most to ye pleasure of god & his owne p'ferment And also I will & Interly requier ye aforesaid xp’ofor mydford m' wlin sherwood & mr John hagthrop my especiall frinds to be ye sup’visors of this my last will & testament they to se all things herin conteyned effectuallye executed & p'formed so mvche as in them lvethe as shalbe most to ye pleasur of god & quietnes of my childrin as my speciall trust is in them In witnes wherof í haue put to my hand befor thes wittnesses A” d’ni 1569 Jane lewen Christopher mytford
wima sherwood John magbraye witnes of ye sainge hear of ye xviijth day of November ye year aboue written is.
CCXLII. WILLIAM MILLNER, OF NEWCASTELL, WEVER. In the name of god amen ye second of December A° d'ni 1569 wytnessith yt I wim Millner of ye towne of newcastell wever being sicke in my bodie but of good & p'fytt remebranc do maik y, my laste will & testam't in man, & fourme folowing ffirst I bequithe my soule into ye hands of almightie god hopinge onlye to be saved by the death of Christ Jhesus my redeamer & my bodie to be buried wthin ye churche yarde of St andrewes of ye said towne Imp’mis I make Jennett mylne my wyffe my full and sole executrix It'm I gyve vnto Davye lecke ye gowne my broth' thomas gave me Itm I gyve vnto agnes mylner my brothers doughter a counter. cuthbert leeke my p’ntise a lynne lowme he workethe one and a harden gear
And further I do charge my wyffe Jennett myln' to pay my detts and so fullie to discharge my fun’all & legacs and thus I comitt my sperit into ye hands of god and so I make an end being donne i'y® p’sence of John Ortonne minister Robert Oegle Rauffe wright John wilkinson and others. Also I will yt if my wyffe put my worke gear away then I will my said p’ntise to haue all y® same for xiije ilija and if she put not ye same awaye then he to have ye lynne lowme & ye ijo geirs, a lyn & a harden.
Itm I gyve
CCXLIII. JOHN BAWFURTHE, OF BUSSHOPE AUKELAND. Aug. xxi. 1569 John bawfurthe of busshope Aukeland— To Isabell bawfurthe my doughter that is with Roland hodgson a sylver spoine a knyffe a laddle a Rowling pin-to Thomas bawfurthe my brother a swerde, a saddle, a paire of bootes & ye sworde not to be sold, but to go to ye next of the bloude S'm bonor' xj' xiij'. vj".
CCXLIV. NICHOLAS LAWES, OF GATESHEAD, TANNER. Inventory 9 Nov 1569 Inter alia, Eleuen dakers of dried vnderleathers xxvj! ij daker of soles x' vij dakers of ou'lethers xvj', x'. xs barke fatts xiij' vj'. viija. lxxx fudders of
barke xx'. In his purse ij old rials vj angel nobles and other mony besids iij' vje. viija. — For a barked hide ij$. vja.
CCXLV. BARTRAM ROBSON, OF DURHAM.
Inventory. xxviij Nov. 1569. In money xliiij. iiijd. Agayn in money ij. In spanishe money xviija. Fower old ryalls iij'. One new riall & jij angells xls. One buttoned cap xij. Two strayte caps of blak clothe inja. One mattresse one codd of down cou'd wth fushion ijinija. One blacke gown faced wth blacke lambe vs. One other gown of read russett faced wth blake lambe vjø. viija. One other codd iija. One coverlett and one whyte happing xxa. One pair of new blanketts iiij®. A pair of sheits j odd sheit ij. A bowett ija. Thre shirtes ij”. One blacke cloke iij". inja. Two Jacketts of read russett ij'. ija. Two dubletts whereof one of fushon xxd. One paire of blake hosen & two paire of whyte iijk. One paire of newe shoes xijd. One litle chist one cofer xxa. A paire of clavicords ij'. One candlestike inja. Sum ix!. ix'. viija. DEBITA dicti de. functi vnacum expensis fun'alibus. To Richerd M'shall for a chamber for ix yeres xviije. For his fyer for ye spaice of ix yeres ix'. For the occupying of one fetherbed of his for fower yeres viij. For a brothe or supping in ye tyme of his syknes vja. For a pynte of brint wyne irija. To wedo Ellison for a weiks borde at his fyrst com’ng to Durh’m wth doctor watson' when he was maid Allmessma' wch was 1553 & the first yere of quene maries reign xviija. For whessing his clothes to wedoo newton for one half yere ij'. To Robert whyteheid for making of a gown for hym xx. For his fun'all expenses & gyven in Allmesse xij'. vj. S’m Jiij. vjų. Remanet clar' vj' xvj*. ijo.Deceased intestaite.
CCXLVI. ROGER BLAXTON.2
In ye name of god Amen The xij day of November in the yeare of op lord god a thousand fyve hundrethe threscore and nyne. I Roger blaxston of Gybsyd wth in the County of Durh’m esquyer maketh this my last will and testament conteinying herein my last will in maner & forme folowing: ffirst I com'end my Soule vnto almighty god my creator and redemer and my body to be buried within my p'ishe churche of Whickham neighe vnto my staule. Fyrst I bequieth vnto ye poore & Impotent p’sons of yo said p’ishe xx.. Also I bequiethe ynto S. Bartholomewe reasly curat vjø. viijd Also I bequiethe vnto Edward fvlthropp my systers sonne xx* Also vnto John Fulthrope my Systers Son xx. Also vnto Grace Fulthrope my systers dowght, xxs.
| Appointed Dean of Durham, by Queen Mary, 18 Nov., 1553.- Rector of North Crawley, in Buckinghamshire-Master of St. John's College, Cambridge
- Bishop of Lincoln in 1557-ejected from the See of Lincoln upon the accession of Elizabeth-confined first in the Tower of London, and afterwards in Wisbeach Castle, where he died in 1584.
2 Son of William Blakiston, of Coxhow, Esqr., and owner of Gibside by marriage with Elizabeth, daughter and sole heir of Richard Marley, Esq.-See Pedigree, SURTEES II., 255.
Also vnto Nicholas fulthrop my systers sonne xx*. Also I bequieth ynto my son George Blaxtons daughter Elizabeth Blaxton iij! Also I bequiethe vnto my sonne in lawe George lumleys thre Children every on of them xxs. Also I bequieth vnto willm marley sonne to Anthonye marley xx.-Also to foure of his children everye one of them one yowe. Also I bequiethe vnto my sonne George blaxton x'. Also I bequiethe vnto my servant Gilbert laborne one whye stirke Also I hequiethe vnto Roger colson my god sonne two yows Also I bequiethe vnto my servant Elizabeth marley one whye and foure yows Also I bequiethe vnto my sonne willm blaxton one pressure standinge in the perler Also I bequieth more vnto my said sonne will'm blaxton one cawell two long racks thre speyts standing and beinge in ye kytching Also I bequieth vnto him one steape lead one brewing lead one danske chist and a little chist with evidence Also I will & bequiethe that the standinge bed in ye perler wth a trendell bed & a longsetle shall remayne styll vnto him as ayrlimes with the best fedder bed one payre of blanketts a paire of lyne shets two coverlets wth a oversey covering being ye best, one bouster two cods wth pelabers and wth ye hangings belonging & p'tayning to ye said bed Also I bequieth vnto my foresaid sonne Will’m one great pott of mylyone one coper cawdron one great yetlynge of brasse Also I bequith vnto hyme my owne baye meare Also I bequieth vnto my foresaid sonne Will’m blaxton more one fedder bed two mattarises wth ther standing beds and a trendell bed that are in the chambers Also I bequieth vnto my wyffe Elizabeth blaxton one cobert in the haule two fedder beds, one dansk chist one flanders chist foure paire of lyne shetts four paire of blanketts two paire of coverlets, two pots, one oversey covering next ye best `Also I bequieth vnto Edward cokson ye younger my sisters sonne xx'. Also I bequieth vnto my sonne thomas blaxton v! Also I bequieth vnto my doughter dorothy blaxton vl. Also to my doughter grace blaxton v'. Also to my doughter mary blaxton v'. Also