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the some of foure pounds. And that at the end of the said thirtie yeres (my said sonne beinge deade as is aforesaid) my said dowghter M'gery shall have the resydewe of my yeres wch then shal be to come in my said fermehold. And yf the thild wherewth my wif nowe is be a doughter and not a sonne, then I will
that my said wif shall have the occupac'on of my said fermehold during the said terme of thirtye yeres (yf she doo so longe lyve) and doo remayne all that tyme vnmaryed And I will that wth the profitts therof and of her childs portion of my goods she shall bringe vpp my said doughter M'gery well and vertuouslye And shall at such tyme as my said doughter M'gery shalbe maryed pay vnto her fortye shillings (over and besyde her said childs portion for euery yere that she my said wif or her assignes shall before that tyme occupie my said fermehold And that my said wif lykewise (for eu'ry yere that she or her assignees shall occupye my said fermehold by force of this my will after my said doughter Margeryes marriage) shall pay vnto my said doughter margery yerely (yf my said doughter M'gery so long lyve) the some of foure pounds. And at the end of the said thirtie yeres I will that my said doughter M' 'gery (yf she be then lyvinge) shall haue the occupac'on of my saide fermehold during so much of my said terme of yeres wch shall then be to come in my said fermehold as she shall lyve. And yf my said doughter Margery shall fortune to dye before the end of the said thirty yeres then I will that my said wif shall pay vnto my other doughter at the day of her marriage fortie shillings for eu'ry yere that she my said wif or her assignees shall occupie my said fermehold before the said marriage and for wch yeres she shall before that tyme have paid no money vnto my said doughter M'gery And that my said wif also for eu'ry yere that she or her assignees shall occupie my said fermehold by force of this my will after the mariage of my said other doughter yerely (yf she my said other doughter so long lyve] the some of fowre pounds And that my said other doughter at the end of the said thirtie yeres shall haue the reste of my terme of yeres then to come in my said fermehold (my said doughter M'gery beinge deade as is aforesaid) And I will that my said wif so longe as she lyvyth and remanyth vnmaryed shall haue the government and bringing vppe of all my children and shall likewis duringe the same tyme haue the vse of there childs portions and legacyes puttinge in sufficient bonde to my father in Lawe Mr Clarvaux and to my brother Roberte and John Place to pay vnto my said children and to eche of them all there severall portions of my goods and the legacyes of this my Will at there full ages or mariage or at the mariage or death of her
my said wif, wch as shall soneste happen And yf yt shall fortune my said wif to dye or to marye duringe the said thirtie yeres then I will from thensfurthe my said wyves estate and interest in my said fermehold shall cease & determyne and that she shall no longer haue the occupac'on of my said fermehold nor any profytt or commodytye therof or any part therof And that then my said sonne (yf any shalbe) shall have the occupac'on therof duringe so muche of my terme then to come in my said fermehold as he shall lyve And yf he dye duringe my said terme or that the child where wth my said wyf nowe is be a doughter and no sonne then I will that my said dowghter Margery ymediatly after the deathe or mariage of my said wyf which as shall the furst happen shall have the occupac'on of my said fermehold duringe so much of my said terme then to come in the same as she shall lyve And yf she dye duringe my said terme then I will that my said yonger doughter ymediatelye after the deathe or marriage of my said wyfe wch as shall furst happen shall have my said fermehold duringe all my terme of yeres wch shalbe then to come in the same. Itm I will that imediately vpon the death or mariage of my said wif my said father in lawe Mr Clarvaux and my said two bretherne or so manie of theme as shalbe then lyvinge shall have the custodye government education and bringinge vppe of my children together with all there childes portions legacyes and executors partes of my goods vntill they be of full age or maryed And shall likewise during the like tyme haue the order rule vse disposition and occupac'on of my said fermehold to the vses and behoves of my said children accordinge to the several lymyttac❜ons afforesaid And that they shall render and make a trewe accounte and payment vnto my said children accordinge to the meaninge of this my will when they shall come to full age or be maried as well of there said childrens portions legacyes and executors partes as also of all the profitte and commodytyes of my said fermehold Also all my goods and chattals wch arr not heretofore nor shall hereafter in this my will be otherwise disposyd I giv vnto my said wif and to my doughter Margery and to the child wherewth my said wif nowe is whether yt be sonne or doughter And I do make my said wif and two children myne executors of this my last will and testament It'm whereas I have maid certain leases of dyuerse pareells of my said wyves joynture in Great Staynton in the county of Duresme to certen of the tenents there I will that yf my said wif or her assignes do expell or put owte any of the said ten'nts duringe the terme by me grauntyd vnto them then my said wif shall neither be mine executor nor tak any advan
tage of any legacye in this my will And that then and from thensfurth all bequests and legacyes by me appointed and geven vnto her in this my will shall ceasse be voyde and determyned And that my said children shall then be myne only executors any thinge herein conteyned to the contrary not withstandinge By me Anthonye Place Witnesses hereof Jo. Place Elsabeth Place Rychard Clervaux Robert Place Laurance Horsman.
Legacies geven by the said Anthony Place after his will maid about the xvth day of January 1570.
I geve to my father to my brother John and to my brother Robert Place eu'y one an old Angell. I geve to my Mother my Syster Elizabethe and to my syster Isabell euery one an old Angell. I geve to M'gery my doughter my bed that I bought at London with my blessinge both to her and to the rest of my children. I geve to Robert Wiclif one frenche crowne. I geve to George dodes worth one frenche crowne in remeʼbrance of the faithfull frendship that hath been Betwext them and me. I geve to my s'vants John Jackson and Thomas Kerton xiijs iiijd equallie to be devided. I geve to Grace Walker who haith taken great paynes aboute me, a why wch she haith goinge wth me and her gresse till she shall sell her and ten shillings in money. I geve to all the rest of my s'vants that is wthin my howse xijd a pece. To Kent Brigge vjs viijd. To the Brigge at the Towne end in Crofte vjs viijd. To the power of Aclif Paryshe vjs viijd-To Thomas Kerton for his service don in the tyme of the rebellion xx3-I forgeve one pykebushe wch was p'tner at my mear wch was taken at Barnerdcastell xiij iiija— ROBERT PLACE. +
AN INVENTORYE of all the Goodes and Cattalls of Anthony place late of dynsdall in the Countie of duresme gentlema' deceased praised by Rolland Dodesworth Lawerence Horsma' John Buck and Rycherd Morye the xxixth and xxxth day of Januarye in the xiijth yere of the Reigne of our Sou'raigne Ladie Elizabethe by the grace of God Quene of England Fraunce and Ireland Defender of the Faithe &c.
DALTON-Inp'mis-The leas of Dalton xx1-Sex Oxen xiiij1 -A Bull xxvj3 viijd—Fyve kyen vij1 x3-Two calves x3-Fyve Tuppes xxijs vjd-In holdinge Yewes sex scoore and nyne at iiij a pece xxv xvj-one hogge shepe iij-A yonge nagge xxxiij iiijd and a Ridden mare at xxvj viijd-iij'-Fyve score threave of otes at viijd a threave iij' vjs viijd-Nyne Busshells of Pease ix3-one cawdron sex scuttles and seyves and certen oke bourd ends x3-One waynescott bed xl-one fether bed two mattresses fower blanketts one bed cou'inge one coverlet one pyllowe thre coddes one quysshinge seaven sheits one bourd
clothe and one litle cheste liijs iiijd-Fower shepe skyns and a Busshell ij-one brewinge lead and two tubbes xxvjs viijdTwo ladders one Iron harrowe two plewes thre yookes one sled two cowlters and one old iron Team x3-Corne on the ground and hay viij'-A litle fole vs-Certen woll at Dalton x DYNSDALL Corne on the ground ten acres vj'-Sex Calves xxxvjs
A Bull xxx-Thirteen kyen at xxx3 a pece xix' x3—a mare in John Jacksons kepinge xxvjs_viijd-Thre mares and thre foles xv-A dune mare xvj-Fower other horses iiij x3— Twentie shepe hoggs xxxiijs iijd—A stack of hard corne conteyninge seaven scoore threaves xiij'-Hay at Dynsdall iiij'— viij oxen xviij xiijs iiijd-one stonyd horse vj xiij iiij-one sowrel geldinge vj1 xiijs iiijd—one blacke mare iij1 vjs viija— otes and pease at dynsdall iiij'--Waynes and gear belonginge to them and plewes and gear belonginge to them iij' vj3 viija— Twelve swyne xxxvj3-In a LITLE CHAMBER WTHIN THE READ CHAMBER, two spynnynge wheles and a pare of old bed stocks ij-A truckle bed and hangings and other Implements of howshold stuff wthin in the read chamber xls-In THROWGHGATE CHAMBER certen howsshold stuff vj3---In the BOWLTINGE HOWSE certen tubbes and other stuff xiij3 iiija—In the KYTCHYN pewther vessell potts and other gear iiij'Lyninge gear in the LOWE PARLER vij-a bed wt furnyture in the same parler xx3---In the LARDER HOWSE buttertubbes scuttles and other stuff xxvjs viijd-In the MYLLHOWSE certen bowles and other stuff vs-In one CHAMBER CALLED COLMAN certen wollen clothes for curtinges and his apparell iiij'-Lyninge gear in there BED CHAMBER iiij'-Hogges heads and other stuff in the BUTTRYE XXS-Cheises and yarne in the LOFTE OVER THE HALL iij'-Two s'vants beddes vjs viijd -IN THE HALL, Bourds, Bourd clothes chares and quyssings x3-One salt parcell gylt and nyne sylver spoones iij1 vjs viijd In redy money xj-GRYNDON. Threscore and nyneteen hogshepe xj xvijs-Fower stacks of hay x'-Seaventeen stirks at xvijs a pece xiiij' ixs-Fyftie and seaven gymmers at iiijs a pece vj1 viijs-A great darke graye colte amblinge xxxiij3 iiija—A little darke gray colte amblinge xxxiijs iiijd-A litle white gray colt amblinge xx—A great sylver gray colt liijs iiijd-Thre stotts vij1 vjs viija—A Bull xxvj3 viijd-Twentie twynters xxj'Fyfteen wethers and thre Tuppes at iiijs iiijd a pece iij' xviijs Seaven shepe skyns and a stirke skyn iijs iiijd-STAYNTON-Fyftie and two threaves of hard corne at xxd a thrave iiij1 vj3 viija— SWAYNESTON-Two stotts iiij'-Nyne twynters x-Sex and thirtie wethers, one and twentie yewes and thre tuppes xSeaventeen Hoggs xxxiiijs-Fowerteen thrave of hard corne
xxviijs-Nyneteen threave of Otes xiijs iiijd-A bowle of ijs viijd - Corne on the grounde two Acres and a roode xxiiij3One oxe a cowe and a calf and the seaventh parte of an oxe iiij' Certen Hay vjs viijd-One yonge horse and a fillye iiij xiijs iiijd-DEBTES DEWE TO THE TESTATOR at the tyme of his death. By John Jackson viij'-By the same John Jackson for two whyes iv-For the rent of Seton 1-By George Dodesworth x-By Marmaduke Stevenson xiijs iiija_By Gayles wedowe of Nesam xvs-By Pykebush wch is forgeven hym by the will xiijs iiijd-By Thomas Jackson of darneton for a mare xxxiijs iiijd-By Thomas Kerton xijs ijd— DEBTES DEWE BY THE TESTATOR at the tyme of his death To Anne Lampton for her childs portion and executors p't of her Father M lamptons goodes all things beinge discharged xlviij' vijs viijd-Owinge to the executors of the said Mr lampton for the dischardge of certen Legacyes and debts of the said m' lampton not yet paid x' xiijs iiija-To John place lxxj1 ---To John Richerdson for half a yeres wages savinge vjs wch he haith receyved x3 viijd-To grace Walker for arrerages of her wages xxx ijd-To the rest of his servants for wages lvjs ixd To xp'ofer Johnson for the chardgs in Nurssinge of his doughter Joan place xv3--For the rent of gryndon to Mr Hedley xj jd-For the rent of Dalton xviijs iiijd-For the rent of Dynsdall v1 xjs viij-For the rent of Swaynston viijs jd-To John Richerdson for Dalton tythes xix ij-To John farebarne iiijs -To John Jackson lvs xd-To Robert place xijs vjd-To xpo'fer Eland xlvjs viijd-To Mr Conyers for two tres x-In Funerall chardges iiij vijs iiijd. LEGACIES The Leas of
Dalton xx1-To his father to his brother John and to his brother Robert Place eu'y one an old Angell xxx3-To his mother to his Syster Elizabeth and to his Syster Isabell eu'y one an old Angell xxx-To M'gery his doughter his bed that he bought at London xl-To Robert Wiclif one French crowne vjs-To George dodesworth one French crowne vjs-To his s'vants John Jackson and Thomys Kerton xiijs iiijd-to grace Walker a whye and tenne shillings in money xxvijs-To all the rest of his servants that was wthin his howse beinge nyne in number xijd a pece ix3-To Kent Brigge vjs viijdto the brigge at the Towne end in Crofte vj3 viijd-To the poore of Ayclif p'yche vjs viijd. To Thomas Kerton xx3-Chardges aboute p'vinge the will x3. THE SOME OF THE WHOLE INVENTORY to be devyded in thre over and besydes the leas of Dalton wch is not to be devyded and over and besydes the debts dewe to the Testator amountethe to 371'. 16s. 10d. whereof is to be deducted for debts dewe by the testator as apperethe before 154.185.3. So remaynethe