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One chamlett cassock Two worsett cotts Two worsett dubletts vjø. viija. Three p' of black hose viij'. Sex shirts viljø. Sex kirchiffes vs. Thre rachetts x®. A vel. vett tipett xvj”. A woorsett tippett ij'. Fower sqware caps ij'. viijd. A silk hatt iij'. iija S’m vij'. xviij. iiija. SILVER PiayTE A Basing and ewer p'cell gilt weying Ixvj vnces at va ye vnce xvj!. (ita.) One sqware salt all gilt weying xx vnc' di' & halfe a q'ter vs ye vnce v!. iij®. ixa. One other salt withowte a cover all gilt weying xvj vnc' at vs ye vnc'iij'. Two bolls p’cell gilt weying xxxj vnc' at iniljø. inja yo vnc vj'. xiij'. ilija. Thre silu' potts withe one cou' weying xxxiij vnces at iiij'. iiija ye vnc' vij' vijo. 4d. One silu' pott p’cell gilt withe a cover weyng viij vnc' at iiij. ijd ye vnc' xxxiiij®. viija. A coblett of silur withe a cover weping xxij vnces at inje. injo yo vnc inj' xvs. One dosing silu' spownes weying 24 vnc' at iij. inja. ye vnc vl iiij. A littell mayser x'. A MYTER sett withe stonis and perle silw' & gilt xiij'. vjø. viija S'm Ixij!. xvjø. ja. CERTAINE PUDER & OTHER THINGS. One garnishe and a halfe of puder vessell xlvs. One baysing of puder ij"One quart pott and a pynt ij$. viija. One old charger ij". One brasing morter & a pestell vs. Öne basing of latting xija. Three latting candilstiks iij. One carpett sex yerds long of tapestrye vj$. viija. One carpett 5 quarters long of tapistry xvja. Two coverings of tapestry for a bedd xij. WoD STOFFE. viij waynsketts xvj. Two oke planks vje. Seven leche [? beche] dishes xiiija. Fower covering for quishons of read fusten in naples iiij®. Two littill chests withe locks, the one of fir and the other of oke ilijo. A payre of tongs & a fyer sholle xvja. One waynskott chayre to bere a man in y' is seke or deseved vj'. viija. Sm vl. xix. x. THE STOFFE AND IMPLEMENTS AT DURESME praised the third of Octob. 1572 by Jasper Horsley, Thomas ffawell, Herrye Yonger and Nycholas gallelye. THE HAWLE One drawing tabill of waynskott xxiij*. iiij". One long tabill and trists iij'. iiijų. Two coobbords inje. Two chayrs ijo. vjų. Fyue buffett formes vj?. viija. One stande bedd withe a testren read & greane withe a fringe xxs.
MY LORDES CHAMER. A stand bed withe a testron of Reade saye & fringe and a trikill bed xiij®. inja. A Cypres chist x'. A flanders chist x“. A desk vs. Thre buffet stoles xvjų. The said chamer hanged withe Read save ijo. THE CHAMER WITHIN MY LORDES CHAMER A servants bedbord one old tabiil two trests & a waynskott borde vjø. viija. THE CHAMER IN THE END OF Y* HHAWLE. injxx & 12 ffat staves xs. In certayne old bords & bedstocks iij®. iiija. THE BUTTRY. A coobbord and two payre of gantres & a toob vs. THE CHAM WITHIN THE BUTTRYE. A cubboorde xvja. A flanders
chist iij'. The paynted clothese xiij'. inj". Two old littil forms viij. The Lowe CHAMBER CALLED Y CHEKER One stand bed withe owte tester xiijs. inja. One chayre xijd. One buffett forme xxd. A fyer sholle & a payre of tongs xxd.
The hangings yellowe and blewe vj. viija. The CHAMAR AT THE One stand bed withoute any testron
a littill forme xs. In y® KICHIN One brandyerne iij'. iiija. Two almereis x Two kawells ij". Two toobs ij trowes & a swawle ij”. A paire of Rakks iiij". Three speatts ij". A forme and a fedder toobe vjd. THE HEIGH CHAMER ABOUE My Lords
Fower brasse potts xx". Two yetling pans viij'. One fyer pan ij. Seven candelstiks viijs. One filanders chist iiij". Two halfe huyks vjø. viija. Two stoft Jackis vs. Two olde Lauers of Brasse iij". Two lammers to bete stochishe viijd. A peace of a olde carpett iiiju. Sın xiij'. viija. S’m totalis lxxxxj'. xiins. xja. DETTS owen to the said Reu’ed father. Will’m worine xxs. Richerd Hudso' of Hurtinpolle xxx". Robert Stott of Newcastell xl'. Lancelott nevell xiij' vjø. viija. Richerd swalwell preast xxs. Mr trollop of eden ijij!. x. viija John skott preast xl. Odnell Selbye of twedmowth v. vjó. vilja John hynde xxj!. vjø. viija. Thomas miry coke inj!. vj$. vilja Will’m Brantingh’m preast inj?. Mistres greane xx”. Rob't dawton of newcastell xvj'. xvj. viij. John davye of hull x'. Wyll’m Willso' of hull whitbye iiij! Mr Clife of duresme lije. injá Herry lait Erle of Westm’land xl'. Charles Erle of Westm'lând vj!. viljø. Doctor Wm Benett for two stotts iij'. vjø viijd. ye said doctor for salt xj. For bord of oke Charles carlell xxvj'. xiij'. iiijd. Antony Carleto' vij! vje. viija. Maister muschunc vjl. vjø. viij. The maire and brethren of hartinpoole ilij!. Will’m acheso' of berwick xj!. vjø. viija Cuthbert lait Bishop of duresm xx'. Mr Will'm Whittingh'm deane of durram & chapiter xlvj! vjø. 84. Frances bolm' xls. The execu. tors of doct" tode inj! Doctor Watso’ for xl stone lead xls. Herry fayrallers vj'. xiij". inja. John fforwood baylye of hart xxxiij". iiij". Wheatlye the miller iij'. John Sparke of allen dale xl". John hudsons wyfe xv. "Thomas archer x'. xiij®. ija. Symon hubbuck iij'. vjø. viija. hewgh hutchinson xls. Wm Sparke th’ eld" of allendell xl. Wm Sparke yo yonger xxvj". viija. Ambras Sparke xl. Thomas swalwell xl. John Sparke of greth’m xl. Thomas Richyso' of allendell xx*. Richerd hunts wyff xiij". iiij. John stevenson his wyfe xxxij". The executors of Mr antony Saluen xxvj!. xiij, 4d. John Conyers my lords man iij'. xs. Robert midforthe & Rob't biddick xx'. Sm' ccccl. ij, vjo. DETTs owen by the said Reu’end ffather. To Antony Bulmer liljø. ilija. To st Rob't Sparke v'. viij'. viija.
To Thomas spark of Newcastell xxxj!. To Rob't Barker jij?. vjø. viija. To Thomas fisher xxvjø. viija. To M' chaitor xis. To S, Will’m Harding vj! To John Spark 22 bus. pease xxvijo vija. To Wm Skailocke of duresme x' To Thomas olyr' of duresme xij! To Thomas Whitfeld of duresm inj! To hewgh witfeld xvs. To Wm Gibson of thorpethewles xl'. To Robson of morton xiiij". viija. To Rob't walbe xxs. To Thomas Sayre xxvjø. viija. To Thomas Gaire xviije. To Thomas heryson brewer for malt inj! To Thomas heryso' singing man for mathewe harts bord xvj. To ye greue of wolstone xviij®. vja. To Rob’t linsey of owston for geast xliij'. inja. To Sr George kowke xx*. To Wm Katenton vvjø. vinja. To Thomas gibso' xls. To John Spark of hexh’m iiij'. iiij". 8d. Wages, Edmund Rawe xxs. Rycherd Pattinso' xx. Cuthbert Wilkinso’ xxs. John Grinsed vs. xd. Thomas marting xviijs. Em'y Rowlle inj'. viij". Will’m markh’m xo. mja.
Will’m markh’m x'. inja. Humfray nevell xxviij'. Rob’t Tayler xxviij”. Thomas heryso’ xxviijk. George Jacso’ xvjø. viij". Andrewe Allanso' xiij. inja. John Samso' xlij. George yonger vij' vjø. viija. John Conyers vjl. Gerves davis xx'. John Sparke thelder vjø. viija John Bossom xxxviij. Gyles erinto' viij®. iiijd. hewe Buddils xx“. John Spark butler (blank) Christopher xlviij. John stell iij. inija. John Jacso'miller xxvj”. Willm hurt porser x'. Richard Rawe xxvjø. viija. herry brafferton iij'. xvs. iija. Margarett fox x'. Jenet hog xxviij®. Alison snaythe xvj?. viija. Elesabethe heryso' xiij®. x4. John Acheso' vj. viija. "Willm gent vjø. Jasper fenwick vs. vid. Thomas Richeso' vs. vjd. John hynde vs. vjd. John Wayles injo. vj. George tomso' nj": vja. Raffe briche ij*. vja. Richerd hynde ijo. vjų. John shep'd vd. vja. Nycholas kendall vije. Rob’t markh’m vs. Lyom markh’m vj$. viijd. Item for delapidat’ons of wolsingh’m viij' To John Preston for Sr Alexander woodmas v'. To Chrystopher nycholson iij'. xvji viija. By me George Winter sole executor of the last will and testament of the fforsaid Reu'end father Thomas laite Bishope of Berwick.
CCLXXXVIII. WILLIAM CARRE, OF NEWCASTELL,
In the name of the father and of the sonne and of the hollie ghost thre p’sones and one god Amen The tenthe day of June
ì Mayor of Newcastle in 1565, and at the time of his death M. P. for the town. He was also owner of the estate of Cocken, on the banks of the Wear, in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring, where, at the date of his Will, his mother
in the yere of or lorde god A thousand fyve hundreth Seaventie and two I Will’m Carre of the towne of Newcastell upon tyne Alderman Being whole sounde and of p’fecte of mynde most hartie thanks be geaven to the Almightie god Altho' thouched in my bodie hy th’ands of god with infirmities and sore deseases do maike this
last will and testame't in many and furme followinge ffirst I geve and bequithe my soule to the Almightie god my onlie savyť mak" & redeam' who by the precious bloude of his onlie begotten sonne Jesus Christ boughte & redeamed me and all mankynde from the eternall thraldome of our wecked & mortall enymie the deavell Also I will that my bodie be buried in Sainite nycholas churche in newcastell amonge my anceters so nye my greate grandfath, george carre as convenientlie may be if friends shall so thinke yt good the wch I do frellie referre to there discretione knowing most assuredlie that the plaice of buriall is not materiall to thoise wch dye in the faithe and feare of god, nor yet avaylable to thoise That be out of Christs churche. Also I
Also I geve and bequithe to my Welbeloved wife Johan Carre all my righte tytle and interest wch I have in the one halfe of lytle eden in the parishe of Easington within the countie of Durham And also I will that she shall have to hir use and for ye bringing up of her childer all suche goods cattell and corne in lytle eden as unto me doith app'tayne or belonge. Also I will that my said wife shall have my Dwellinge house in Newcastell during hir life naturall withlet or vexac'on of myne haire
without any rente paying for the same Allways p’vided that my moth' be exonerated discharged and kept harmeles for the yerelie rente of fyve pounds whiche she should have paid to me and mine heirs duringe hir naturall life In Recompence whereof my mother let me have the same house And for asmoche as I thinke that my sonne Raufe Carre will Shortlie marie I will therefore that he shall have my house in the Close comonlie cauld folberies house to dwell in during the life naturall of his moth? After whose deathe I will that he shall have my said dwelling house to him and to his heirs for evr. Also will that
my sonne John Carre shall Imediatlie after the Deathe of wife his mother have and enyeye the said house called folberies house to hym and to his heirs lawfullie begotten for evr Also I will that all other my
boithe in Newcastell and gatished what so ev' yt be as well in posssession as in reversion be geaven distributed and devided amonge my fyve
or any oth
was residing with her third husband, John Frankleyne. See his Pedigree, SURTEES, I., 208. Mr. Surtees had not seen this Will, which makes numerous additions to the Pedigree which he has published.
Also I gyve
Carre george Will'm and Edward Carre by the discretion and good godlie devise of my father John franklyne my brother
Anderson And they to take order therein for the
said sones And to the heirs of thr bodies lawfullie begotten ever Also I
shall dye without yssue of his bodie lawfullie begotten that then suche house or houses as shalbe settforth or allotted to him or to
that then the parte to him alloted shall retorne to my said Sonne Raufe and to his heirs for evi Also I will that my sonne Raufe shall have the
and all that is within the same for paying the out rente to the hedde lorde to him and his heires for ev' Provided alwaies that I will that he frelie permitt & suífer his mother to have and frelie enyoye the gardinge that is w'hin the said garthe without any rente payinge for the same durying hir life naturall. Also I geve and bequiethe two old ryalls to my father francklyne and my dearelie beloved mother for tokens of my good will towards them to my Aunte thomlingson cowe and hir calfe Also I gyve to my broth? Jenison to my nephew henrie Anderson and to my cosyn M' thomas Calverlaye and to ytche of them one old Angell for tokens of remembrance of my good will towards them : Praying and beseachinge them all thre and also my father ffrancklande that they will taike the paynes vpon them to be supvisors of this my last will and testament and to se the same p'formed ev'y poynte and article According to my trew and faythfull meaning therein Also I gyve to my lovinge Sone in law Robert Eden and to my daughter Issabell his Wife one old ryall and one cowe and hir calfe Praying them to taike ye in good p'te and to accepte my good will And I will most hartelie request and desyre my father franklyne to taike one of my sonnes. And also my mother to taike one of my daughters to bring up as there owne Also in licke man' I will desyer my brother Jenison my Ante thomlingson and my nephew henrie Anderson and my sonne in lawe Robert Eden that etche of them wilbe so good as to taike one of my other childer suche as they cane best fantasie And to bring them up in the faithe and feare of god And as there owne to whome I will gyve them as frelye as god haith sente or geaven them to me Also I geve to ether of my thre bretheryn Edward Carre James Carre and oswold Carre one old angell Also I geve to belynor lisle my s’uante one old angell Also I geve to Katheryn davidson my nurce fortie pence Also I geve & bequithe to my Sonne george Carre Sex poundes thirtene shillings foure pence Also I geve and bequithe to eyth" of my two yongest