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I gyve to Agnes Charleton two quyes. It'm I gyve to Johne Swynburne my baise begotten sonne xx3 in money. It'm I gyve a boule of wheat to be distributed amonges the poore folkes of Stanfordh'm p'ishe. It'm I gyve another boule to the poor folkes of Ovingh'm p'ishe. It'm I gyve a busshell of wheat to be distributed emonges the poore folkes of ponteland p'ishe & also one kennyng of wheat to the poore of hedden wallen p'ishe. It'm I gyve toward the repayreing of my p'ishe churche iijs iiij. The residew of all my goodes and cattles moueable & vnmoueable (my debts payed legacies p'formed& fun'all expens discharged) I gyve to my welbeloued wyffe M'garet Swynburne whome I do constitute ordeyne & make my full & sole executrix to order & dispone my goods to the pleasure of Almightie god & health of myne owne soule Before these Witnesses Arthure Shaftow Vicar Johne Raymes & Roland Shaftow

AN INUENTORYE of all the goods & cattles of Gawyn Swynburne of the p'ishe of Stanfordh'm in the countie of Northumb'rland gent taken the xxiiijth daye of August A° d'ni 1576 by these foure honest men viz Roger harle John lowryson edward thompson & Thomas dunue of the same p'ishe yeomen. Imprimis xxj oxen xxiiij'-foure stots iiij'-xxj kye & calves xxviij1 -vij other kye vij'-one bull xvjs-viij stirkes liijs iiija—sexe litle hagges iiij xvjs-xx olde shepe liijs iiijd-fortie lambes liijs iiijd—a whyte nagge xxvjs viijs-two meyres & two foles iiij'— a staigg & a filly xxxiijs iiijd-sex old swyne xx-two pygges ijs-vij be hyves xiiijs-two long waynes & two short waynes xls-plewgh & plewgh Irons yock & bowe xiijs iiijd—xijxx thrave of hard corne xij-x score thrave of ots vj-fortie thrave of hard corne at THE STELLING Xls-ots at ye stelling xl-the plewghe geyre at the stelling xx3-thre brasse potts & a posnot xvjs-thre cawdrones xxx3-thre pannes vj viijd—a garnishe of puder vessell xl-a basing & ane ever v-thre Iron Chimneys, thre crookes & a poore thre speites & rackes xliijs—mylk vessell & breweing vessell xx3-a cawell iijs iiija-two framed tables thre formes & a cupbord in the haul xx-two carpyn clothes a cupbord cloth & vj quishiones in ye haull xx3-a bed steid & a hurle bed x-a chist & a counter vs. a dossen silver sponnes xl3 a silver peice x'.—a silver goblet xxx3-two stand beds vjs viijd two chistes vs-four fether beds liijs iiijd-xiiij cou❜lets xxxiiijs iiijd-twelve happinges xx3-viij payre of blankets xxx -an ou'sea cou'ing xxx-viij payre of lyn sheits xxxijs-viij payre of curse sheites xiijs iiijd-sex payr of pillovers vjs-sex pillowes vjs-iij lyn bord clothes ix-a cupbord clothe xviijdthre towels iijs--iij dossen napkins ix.-two cours bord clothes iiijs-sexe bord beds vj-two old chists iij-another chist ijs

- vij candlestickes v-foure drinkeing pots ijs-two puder salts ijs-two old gease ijs-two stots xlijs-bear & haye xl. DEBTS owen to ye said testato'. Inprimis m'tyn ffenwick of hedwin iij1 vjs viijd Thomas Rotherforth liijs iiij. DEBTS owen by the said testato'. Inprimis to Thomas Swynburne his children—to one brocket his children xxxviijs to margaret Swynburne x'.


An Inventorie of all and singuler the goods and cattells of Sr George heron knighte late of harbottell decessed praised by Edward wooddrengeton of mickel swynborne Oswen mittfford Oswen woodrengto' of rioall gentelmen Ector woodrengton of colwell gentelman Rob't pigge of hioall and John howsher of homsaw yomen.


Inp'mis lxxx kie at xvjs a peice lxiiij'-lxvj Oxen at xx3 a peice lxvj1-xl younge noate at x3 a peice xx1-xxxiiijxx yowes at ijs viijd a peice lxxxx' xiijs iiijd-xxiiijxx of dinnond and gymer at ij apeice xlviij'-xxiiijxx hogges at xvjd a peice xxxij1 -xx score wethers at iijs iiijd a peice lxvj1 xiijs iiijd-xxx goate at xxa a peice l'-xx Swyne at iijs a peice iij'-ij woryke nagges at xxs a peice xl-off hard corne ije boles and xx at iiijs a bole xliiij-of Beire eighte score boales at ijs viijd a boale xxvj1 xiijs iiija - of otes ijc boales xvj1 xiijs iiijd-xx ffether bedes and xx bolsters to them at xiijs iiijd apeice xiij' vjs viijd-xx pere of Blancketts at iijs a pece iij'-xl coverletts at iijs a peice vj'—xl of sheites at vj3 viijd a pece xiij' vjs viiijd-ij oversea coverletts ffor a bed at xx3-vj pillowes wth their pillowebers at ijs a peice xijs—a peir of yallowe sarsenet courtens at xij3—a pear of saie curteynes iiijs—IN THE MIDELL TOWER ij Joyned beds at xx3 a peice xl -- a standeng bedd in the broade CHAMBER Viijs -ij standeng bedds in THE NEWARCK at iiijs a peice viijs-vj playne table cloethes at iiijs a peice xxiiijs-ij diaper table cloethes at xijs a peice xxiiijs-vj playne cubbord cloethes at ijs apeice xijs-iiijor dosen of playne table napkyns at xijd a piece xlviijs-two dozen of diaper table napkins at ijs a peice xxiiij3-a carpett of stoole worke at xx3-A dozen quyshens of nedell work at ijs a peice xxiiijs-A dozen quyshens of Stole worcke at xijd a peice xijs—a greate presser in THE BROADE CHAMBER XX3—viij chaires at xijd a peice viijs ij garneshe of pewter vessell at xxvjs viijd a garneshe liijs iiijd-vj Brasse potts at xxx3-vj pannes xijs—ij cawdrons xx3

1 Harbottle Castle, in Northumberland.

ij morters and a pestell xiijs iiijd-iij Iron spitts vjs-a_pear of Iron Rackes iijs-a greate Iron chymney and a pear of rackes in the same xx3-iij silver tanckards vj1—iij silver boales iiij'— a dosen Silver spones xl-a Silver salte vj3 viijd—a Bason and A ewer of tyne iiijs-vj pewter candelstickes iiijs-vj chambre potts of pewter vjs-a Bruenge lead xx3—a maskeng ffatt xiijs iiijd—a gile fat x3-a cowler vjs viijd-a Swetewortt fatt vjs viija -ij ffleshe tubbes for saltenge of bieffe that woulde holde xxviijte bieves xx3-iiijor hoggesheads at ijs a peice viijs-xiij barrelles at xij a peic xiij3—a damaske gowne xxx3-a velvett girkyn xx-a peir of velvett breeches xx3-a satten dublett xiijs iiijd-five score and xij stone of wooll at vijs a stone xxxix1 iiijs-two longe waynes vjs viijd-two shortt waynes at ijs a peic

iiijor plowes and plowe Irons wth yockes and sombes xvs iiijd-the tiethe hard corne of berteley p'ishe xxte boales ijs iiijs a bole iiij'—the tieth Beire of birteley xxte boales at viijd a bole liijs iiijd--xxxti boales of Otes at xx a boale la— the leasse of Toane for yeres endureng xx'. Suma hujus Inventory vje xlj ixs iiijd. DEBTES owenge To Sr George heron at the houre of his deathe. Inp'mis John wall of Durham for certeyne wethersheipe xij'-John Ogell of Newsham for c'rteyn sheipe xvij-S'm tot' vje lxx' ix3 iiija. DEBTES Owenge by St George heron at the howre of his deathe. Inp'mis to Thom's Carlell cvj1 xiijs iiijd-to Thom's fforster of edderstone esquier xx1 -to St Thomas Carr Knight xj-to Oswen myttfforde of rouill v-to will'm heron Bailie of hexham v-to Rob't Cuthb't p'son of Symondborne x-to Thom's lapie of hexham x' x vj-to John Scot of alnewicke l—to John ffenwicke of walker iij vjs viijd-to hewe walles iiij'-to the sheppards for ther wages v-to the hyndes at harbottell xx-to the hynde of Toane xijs-to John Browen x-to nicholas palmer xl-to will'm harres xls-to Patricke xl-to androe yeldartt xij-to the daies & other woment servants xlviijs-to roger heron the younger for v boales of Otes xxv-to gill't robson of hexham vjl xvd-to quenes mats auditors for rent of Toane vj vjs viija -to the executors of Sr ralphe Graie xxvj xiijs iiij-to the earle of Northumb'lannd for the owte rent of harbotle demaynes xxjs viijd-to John ffenwicke and Tristram ffenwicke for the tieth of harbotle demaynes xxvjs viijd-to george Robyn for his wages ix-to Thom's Shele of newcastell 1-THE FUNERAL EXPENSES of St. George heron Knight-Item for mcrnenge cloeth for gownes and other charges bestowed of his ffunerall lxv xjs vd. Sum total' of the debts wth the ffunerall expenses ij lxxxxvj' vij xjd. Et sic rem' de claro iije lxxiij1 xvij.Thomas heron gales heron.


The Inventory of all the goodes and cattells movable and unmovable layt belonginge to thomas leddell of the towne of newcastell vpon tyne marchaunt and one of the worshippfull aldermen of the same towne deceasede praysede The seuenthe daye of Julye Anno Dom' 1577 by theis fower p'sons followinge (viz) bartrame leddell of the said Towne of newcastell cutler oswalde Carr lyonell maddyson and nicholas punder of the same towne marchaunts.


IN THE HALL. Imp'mis one chymney withe th'app'tenncs xl3 -three Tables of waynscoot iij'-sexe qwyshons of Tapestarye xviijs-a Cowborde xl--three waynscoot formes vj3 viijd-two chayrs iijs-three green table clothes vjs-fower footstoles viija -sexe quyshons iijs-two candlesticks x3-a louckinge glasse vs-sexe danske pootts of powther xiijs iiijd-two basings and two vewers xiijs iiijda laver and a basinge ijs vjd_v buffatt stules ijs vjd. Sum' xj vijs vjd. IN THE BUTTRY. One ambry and a presser xvjs-xxviij puther dublers iij'-tenn sawsers iiijs one dosen puther dyshes x3- sexe pottingdyshes ijs vjd— xiij puther potts xvj-sexe flower potts ijs-fower basings of latten vjs-two chaffingdyshes iiijs iiijd-two costarde platers ijs vja—a glasse cadye vja-a greate sarcher xijd-twentie latten candlesticks xx-twelue pottingdyshes vj-one dosen plates iiijs-iiij great plats iiijs. Sum' vij xvijs xd. IN THE KETCHINGE. One Ireone chymney wth th'appte'nncs xl3-one ambrye and a cawell x3-one chyst ijs-eleuen brasse poots iiij'—tenn pannes ij'—one yatlinge v3-a copper kettle vj3—a great basinge vs-three fyshe spones xijd-two droppen panes xiijs iiijd-a fryinge pane xijd-two lyinge Ireons xx-a payer of Jebes vja -two choppinge knyves xx-thre shearinge knyves xija—a payer of poot clypes ijs-two latten ladles xvjd—seuen spetts viijs-two payer of great racks xijs-two morters and two pestells xxv3. Sum' xijl xvjs xd. IN THE BREWE HOUSE. One guyle towbe xija branderrethe of Ireone ijs—a maskinge towbe vjd a worte towbe xijd-three great trowes ijs vjd-in other wood vessell x3. Sum' xvij. IN THE PLER. One Ireone chymney xijs-sexe grene quyshons iijs-thre great quyshons vjs -two wainscoot beddes xxiiij3—a wainscoot table vjs viijd-a grene carpenclothe v3-one chayre of ease iij iiij—a great

The founder of the family of Liddell, of Ravensworth Castle --Sheriff of Newcastle in 1563-Mayor in 1572. This Inventory affords another valuable conspectus of the miscellaneous wares in which the leading merchants of Newcastle were then in the habit of dealing, with their prices.

chyst of wainscoot xxx-one other chyst of wainscoot vs a chamber poot of powther xvjd-Sexe quyshons of tapestraye xxx. Sum' vj vjs iiijd. IN THE GREAT CHAMBER. One Ireone chymney vj-one standinge beade xxvj3 viijd—two pressers xl-two chysts of wainscoot xx-two chayrs of walnattre vjs viijd-one stowle of ease v3-one longseddell vj3 viijd a table withe two leves vjs viijd-two formes ijs-sexe buffat stowles viij3-sexe flower potts of puther ijs. Sum' vj1 ix3 viija. IN THE LYTLE CHAMBER NEXT IT. Two standinge beads xx3two chysts vj-a lytle table ijs. Sum' xxviij. IN THE MENES CHAMBER. Two beadesteads xx-two chysts iiijs-IN THE WOMENS CHAMBER one beadstead ijs. Sum' xxvjs. THE BEDDINGE. Sexe feather beds and vj bolsters viij'-xij payer of blanketts iij' vj3 viija—xj mattresses xls-twentie couerletts iiij-fower Happings viijs-v couerletts of tappestraye viij'— two twylts viijs-iij payer of courtings withe the flyers of saye v-three cods of sylke to sett in wyndowes vjs viijd-twelue feather coods xx3- iij carpenclothes of tappestarye iiij' x3—iiij grene carpynclothes xxx. Sum' xxxviij' ix3 iiija.

THE PUTHER. Three garnyshe of vessell v x-ij dosone pottingdyshes xij-iiij dosone playtts xx3-iij dosone banckettinge dyshes xx-vj puther candlesticks vjs viij. Sum' viij' viijs viijd. IN THE SELLER UNDER THE HOUSE. One tonne of venyger iij1 x3-vj barrells of soppe xiiij'-two tearses of honnye v-one barrell of englyshe honnye iij xvj. Sum' xxvj1 vj3. IN THE IREON SELLER. Eighte qwarte sawes xvjs – three whope sawes xx-one hundrethe and a halff of hoppes xxxiijs iiijd—xlj stone of spanyshe Ireone liijs iiijd-ijo panes of battrye weyinge xv, x-ij fryinge pannes xijiij Tone and a quartren of a tonn of amyshe Ireone xxxiij'. Sum' xxxix' xiijs viija. IN THE SELLER NEXTE THE SHOPPE. Three barrells of tarre xxx -iiij xiij stone of lynt xviij'-a hundrethe and a halff of grene copperous xxiiijs-two hundrethe and seuentie fowell allom iij1 xviij3—halff a hundrethe bressell x3- a hundrethe and a halff of occam towe xv3-a secke of hoppes weyinge vj hundrethe vj1 x3 more in hoppes iiij hundrethe iij'-sexe dosen glasses iijs. Sum' Xxxv xs. THE SHOPPE. Three grosse of mattres cardes xlviijs-two dosen of the best cards iiijs-sexe ryme of whyte papr xx3-iiij grosse of pynes xxx-iij dosen whyt plate vij3twentie dosen Tyne fowle vjs viijd-sexe grosse of trenchers vij -fower scoore flacketts of stone and glasse xx-iij grosse of combes vjs-two dosen glewe viijs-two dosen argell xijs- a q'ter of a tears of honnye xiijs iiija gallen of englyshe honnye ijs vj-two hundrethe weight of prownes xxvjs viija—a dosen pepper xxx3-ix pounde of genger xiijs iiijd-xij pounde of

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