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xxvjte die Januarve anno do. 1570. The Inventorye of all the goods and cattell of late Will’m heron of Crawleye gentleman deceased praysed by Roger procto' and luke ogle Esquiers John Kirspe Rob't harrigart and Edwarde Kirspe.

Imprimis x oxen price ix'-one cowe wth a calf price xxé— one stirke iiij --xij Eues and lambes xl-xiiij hogges v ewes & ij toopes xlvij milke gotes and injer mynches xx-xxte Bishelles of rye sowen xxxiiijiij«-—-vj Bowles of whete sowen xxviije

-xxvj Bowles of ots sowen xliijs iiijd. Corne in the yard and in the Barne :-x Bowles of whete price xlvji viije- xiiij bowles of rye xlvjø viija—x Bowles of Big price xxxiije mja—xxte Bowles of ots price xxxiijs inja—the long and short waynes pleughes and pleughe gere xiije inja—the houshold stuf vjl xiija inija. Sume tot. xxxv. xvs. inija. The debts of laite will’m heron as doithe appeare By his testamente and last will amountithe to xliij' xix iija.



Inventarium omnium et singulorum bonorum et catallorum mobilium et immobilium quæ fuerunt Bartrami Anderson nuper villæ novicastri super tinam mercatoris Ald'manni tempore mortis suæ appreciatum per W. dent generosum per Rogerum Nicolson et Edwardum Bartra' mercatorem et Johannem Doddes shipwright xvij die marcii A° d'ni 1570.

In The Hall. Inp’mis-One Iron Chymneye wth the Implementes xxvjø viija — Two tables wth the Carpettes iiij — Thre formes vjø viija_One dossen Coshynes xl-halfe a dossen of grene cosshynes xije-One Countere wth the Carpett xl-Twoo Basinges & two covers xija -One Chayre xvjd_One litell

1 Crawley Tower, now in ruins, stands upon a most commanding situation in an old Roman camp, on the north side of the vale of Whittingham, in Northumberland. The deceased was son of John Heron, who is known by the name of “the Bastard Heron," in the history of the battle of Floddon Field, and who was eventually slain by the Scots. He was an illegitimate son of Sir Roger Heron, of Ford Castle, Knight. Thomas Heron, the son of William Heron, the deceased, was a Newcastle merchant, and died in 1582.

2 Alderman and Merchant Adventurer of Newcastle-Sheriff of Newcastle 1543_Mayor 1551, 1557, 1563, M.P. for Newcastle 1554, 1557, and 1563.Married Alice, daughter of Ralph Carr, of Newcastle, merchant, and also of Cocken Co. Pal.


Chaire xija Sum' x' xixs viija. IN THE BUTTRYE.

One gallon pott, iiij pottell pottes of the best sort xiijija— Two pewther cannes ij$ --Thre Buntyn pottes iij® -- four custerd plates iiij viijų–One Earthen plater gilt ij*-One losset of pewder xijd_One Ringe of Brasse ffor a Chawfyndiche vjaSex platers of london meteil wth a basinge of powder viljø, One london pottell pott xijd_One pot holden thre pyntes viija One pot holding thre Quartes viija— Thre pottell pottes iije — Two quarte pottes ij$_Two pynte pottes xvjų–One gallon pott iija ija_-One Cherger ij* -One litell morter and a pestell jeffourtene brasse candelstickes xvje – Two london pottes of stone & three other pottes of stone wth cou's xvjų–One great stone pot wth a cou' vj«One candelsticke hinginge one the wall vjd— One Trencher fatt of powder wth Two hollowe basyns injs—Twentye Trencher plats vjø — One Custard plate wth cossen xvja_One presser of waynskett xija inja.

Sum' inj xiij vjų. IN THE KYTcHhXGE. A Iron Chymneye wtli the Implementes iij two fryenge pannes ijs —Sex potyndiches žijs

Eight litell dishes v— Thre great dishes iij® — Nyne Sawcers inje-Eleven dublers xiijs inja. Eight lytell dublers viijs — One grate xijų– Two sku’mers viija — Seven speates x—ffyve bresse pottes xl'.--two posnettes viij"— Thre coperkettelles xvj. Twoo Kettelles of Battrye x--Sex pannes xxs-One yetlinge xvj¢—Thre litell pannes iijs inja—One panne wth a stake ijs — One Brasse chaffer ijs _. One perye panne xvjų—ffyve pot liddes ijs_One latten ladell vjų– Twoo dropyn pannes of Iron ije – Thre dropin pannes of whyte plate xx~—Thre pair of restyrons ijs —— Two pair of clames xija_- Two pair of potclippes viijd_One ffleshe crooke vjd_One great Basinge iijs inija Sum' x' xixs injd. The CHAMBER ABOVE THE BUTTRYE-A fether bed on mattres wth that that belongs vnto them xxOne chist wth nappery conteynyn xxs-Eleven Lyntable clothes xlvjø viij"— Thre tweld table clothes xxx*__ffour Towells of kalle cave clothe xij – Two lynnynge rowlyn towelles x® Eight weshen towelles xxiiij® — Thre dos' canves napkins xxx®

Ten dos' lynnyn table napkins xxx$_One dos' of old napkins ijs — Two tweld towelles xs—two damask bord clothes xxxs ffive tweld Bordelothes xxvjø viijų–One dos' } of damesks napkins xxvjø viij«— Thre dos' tweld napkyns xvj$— Thre dos’ dameske towelles xx*_Two tweld towelles vje-Twoo handtowelles of lyn iij® – Twoo chistes xiij mje_One grete chist wth lynnon clothe-Twoo pece for napkins & a cutt pece xlOne broad pece of canves for table clothes xxxiijs inja_One narrowe pece for napkines xiijinijd—Sex pece of cors lyn clothe inj? — One pece & a remland of holland clothe x]— Sex

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pece of strakens xl-One Remland of tweld for napkins viijs -seven peces of canves inj —— Thre peces of vnbleched lynne XXX_One cunter v ffive chists xx—a wainskott presser xx* - Sex twelts for Beddes xviijs — ffive coverlettes xiij — Thre cou’inge of beddes iij' – Sum' 41!. 98. Od. THE GOOD MANS APPERELL. A gowne faced with m'tren & walted wth velvett iij -a gowne faced withe velvet xl-a gowne faced wth bouge walted with velvett xxxvje—one old night gowne xxs-one velvett Jackett iij' vjø viijd_One Eldren velvett Jackett xl-one Ridinge Jackett xx – One Rydinge Cloke xxvj$ viijd — One blacke satten dublett xxx– Three old satten dublettes xx“. Sum’ xvij' xixo inja. IN THE HYE P’LOUR. One cubbord 11ijo— Two fether beddes wth app'tenncs iij! - One fetherbed wth the app'tenncs xxs-One chymney xiijs iija — One longe settell x®. Sum v'. vijs inija. IN THE NEWE CHAMBER. On Iron Chymney xiija ija_One bed wth a father bed & a mattres & all things belongynge to it in-One bed wth a fether bed & all yt belongs to It iij' vjø viija_-One danske chiste & a polke of wainskottv!_One wayneskotte table xx– Twooformes iiij – Twelve Chargers xls – Twoo dos' doblers xls – Twoo dos' doblers of the silu' sort xxvji vije-One dos' of the Siluer so’ xvje – One dos' litell doblers xije – Twelfe newe dishes of the greater sort viij'

One dos' of the lessere sorte vje - One dos' littell banketten diches miljø — One dos' litell banketen sawcers ijs – One dos' } of potendiches xviij - Twoo dos' } of plattrenchers xs-One dos' Sawsers v-Seven Great dublers viij-One dos' tynne Candelstickes xiijs inija Sum’ xxiiij' xiij. A CHAMBER WTHIN

One bed wth the app'tennes vjö viija— Two old oversee beddes xxvjø viija — One Chiste banded wih Iron x_Two beddes wth twoo fether beddes & all ye belonges vnto them xlo-Sum inji injo inija. THE LOWE P’lor'. Iron chymnaye wt the app'tencs xiijs iiijd One bed wth a mattres, an ou’se cou’inge and the hingers and all other Things Belongynge to yt iiji vje viija. One litell bed wth a fether bed & all yt belongs to it xx® – One cou’ynge Taptere worke for a bed iiji - One carpett of tapestayre worke inj_half a dos' of Newcusshens xxs-half a dos' of old cusshens xstwo Twilts for beddes iiij®—two silke cusshens for to set in a wyndowe xxs -One payre of fusshion blankettes xx-One pair of Curtyns of sarsnett of the Cord irj - One chair ijs — One chist banded wth Iron vjø viij", -One Coffere ij vjd_One table of wainskott xX8_Sex liteli stolles. vjø. Sum’xx'. xjø. ijd.

THE GOOD WIFES APPERREL. A skarlett gowne lyned wth black sattayne



I Who died before her husband, and was buried in the Church of St. Nicholas.


& garded wth velvet iij'One skarlet gowne lyned wth Mynnyu’ linje 4d - One Rede gowne lyned wth budge xls–One Gowne of blak puke lyned wih satten & garded wth velvet iij? — One Gowne lyned wth blak dameske & garded wth velvet linje inja_Thre Gownes inj?— One worssett Cassoke garded wth velvet xlsOne wordaye gowne xxvj$— One dameske kirtyll xls–One skarlat Kirtell xl - One petycote x'.

Sum' xxv ij' viija. IN DavELLS HOWSE. four Tune of vynegar xij —thre dosen Aacketts vs. Sum' xij' vs. IN THE KYTCHINGE. One small Iron Chymneye x*—Thirtye waynskott ij'. Suminij xs. IN THE HALL. One Iron Chymney xxv°_fortye fyve waynskott vji— five hundrethe dudgen xxvs— Ten dosen drinkinge glasses vs—fortye stone of Tallowe v.-Sum’xiij

' xvs.

THE GREAT P'LOR & TH’ENTRYE. Thre hundreth & xij sawinge dales x!--thre Credelles of glasse iij'- Eightene frienge pannes xv -one small berrel stele and lowse stele iijl-one punshen of allame vj' x-halfe a barrell of allame xxvs-half a hundreth of clovinge bords xxs. Sum' xxvl vs. THE SELER IN THE LOWE COURTEYN. One tune and a halfe of wyne xvij' x'. Sum' xvijl x.

THE LAWE SELLER. fiftye waynskott vij!-two hundrethe Claburde xxx'—twelfe stone of hemp xx®. Sum' ix' xs.

In the lofte downe in the enterye at home. foure score waynskott x' xiij inja. Sum' x' xiij' iiij. THE SELER VNDER THE CHAPELL. two tone of danske Iron xx-one tone of englishe Iron xijl — thre credilles of glasse inj!—four berrells & thre ferkinge of sope ix' x'-d' (half a) tone of vynyger xxxSum' xlvj'. The half of the ship called the NEW JOHN ! more in her twentye weye of salt xl'-halfe of THE BARBARYE Ixxx!-- halfe of Mr. Mores crair xxl_Sum' ije xl'. C'TAYN IN TEMBR FOR SHIPPEN beinge in nombr four scorce peces vj'more one bottom treye xxs-in betts waise foure score plankes xvj? —more in the same waste thre score ench & bord vjl — more in the same waste fiftye pecs of ship timber iij' xs—more in a SELLER THARE a hundreth dales and bordes iij'— more in the same seller twentye Cloven bord xiijs injd—more four horses xijl—more five warke horses vj' xiije innja.- Two KEILLES and Lightners iij*xvj' xiij ijd Sum' je xxj' x'. IN THE HOWSSE AT Y CLOSE CALLED MP GOURES HOWSE. Thre mastes xij'—more foure small mastes vj'—more small mastes tember vj. Sum’ xxiiij'. IN THE GARTH next to the close gaet called RichesONS GARTHE. Twentye treys x'—one hundrethe plankes xxx'. Sum' xl'.


At the southwest pit lienge aboue the ground is twenty fyve tennes—at the next pit above the ground is ten tennes of Coles—the Coles at the westmest pit lienge above the ground is four score tennes-- the Coles


at the next pit to yt lyenge aboue the ground is forty tennesthe Coles at the estmest pit lienge aboue the ground is vij«x tennes—the Coles at the pitt in Silverwood above the ground is foure tennes—the Coles iienge on the west syde of brokes borne is xx tennes aboue yo ground. Sum'ijciiijxx xv' x'. The Coles lyenge p’sently vpon the steyth by the wat' side ys xxiiijax Tennes at xxvjø viijd everye Tenne vjexll—the Coles lyenge p’sentlye vpon the steyth by the water side in darwand thirtye Tennes at xls every Tenne iijxxl—the coles p’sently vpon the meilmedowe stayth by the water side is fiftye Tennes at Thirtye shillings a tenne iij«xxxv!. Sum’ vij(iijxxxvi. TYMBERE AT BLADONN. Eighte great treys iij' vje—more forty one spurthes iij' vjø viija. Sum vj' xijs viija. COLLES. On ye cros more at the pytt. At the northe pyt of the eu'co?l fourtene tens at thirtene shillings and four pence a ten ix' vjø vija_more at the wester pit of the best coles vxx tens at xxiiij. 4d. a ten cxvj! xiijs iiija_more at the south pit of the best coles twelf tens at xxiiij® 4d a ten xiiij'. Sum cxl. THE PRASELL OF THE

One basen & one ever p’sell gilt xx'-more one basen & ewer p’sell gilt wth the Armes enameld xviij—one great standing pece wth one cover duble gilt weyeth iijxxxv ounces at sex shillings and eight pence an once xxv!-two great saltes wth one cover doble gylt weith iiij*xxj onces xxix' xiijs iiija— A nest of white goblettes wth one cover weith liij oncs at iiijo vjd a onz xj xviij' vj—a standinge pece wth one cover duble gelt weith xxxij ounces x' xiij iiij.-—one nest of boulles wth a cover duble gelt weith iovij ones xxxyl xiij iiijd—four potts wth two covers duble gelt weith lj onces xvij. —two ston pottes wth covers & bands doble gilt & one pot coverd wth silu' vj' xiij', ijo-One maser wth one cover duble gilt weyth xxix onces ix' xiijo iiijd_thre standen peces wth one cover doble gelt weyth lviij onces six'_ two goblettes wth one cover doble gelt weyth lviij onces xix' vje viijd_One nest of whyte bowles wth one cover weing iiijxxviij onces xix' xvje – Two whyte sponged peaces wthout a courweing xxxj onces vj' xix® vją—five litell gobletts wthout a coup'cell gilt weing xxxij oncs viij' xs. viija_Thre saltes wth a cour p'cell gilt weynge inj«Xij onces xvj' x'. viija_a litell salt wth a cou' and one pepper box duble gilt weing tenne ounces iij' vjø viija—foure dossen silu' spones weyng iij*xxix ouncs xix' xv-A whyte pece for butter weinge xvij ouncs iij

' xvjø vjd_One waterpot duble gilt weing xiij ouncs iiijl vjø. viija

—one potendiche of silu' weing v oncs xxije vjų—one cover for a blacke pot weing iiij oncs xxjs ija_six silv spones weinge vj ouncs xxvij — Two white peacs of silu' weinge xxv ounes vl xije vje_one nest gobletts web a cover duble gilt weinge iiijxxix ouncs xxix' xiij iiija-one nvt duble

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