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DEBTS wch the TestaTOR OWETH To John Woodmous x'—to George coming xij'. x'--to Xp'ofer Surtes vij'. xj". va. ob.-to Will’m Whitfeld xj! xvs. va-to Thomas Whitfeld xlvij'. vd. -- to Thomas Hopper xxije. iiijd.—to Richard Walton üj'. iiij®. x.—to Rob't Wall liiij®. xją.- to Edward taylyo xvijo. viija. --to John Wilkinson xvije-to Edward hall wife xxijo:-to John Chipches tann' vijo. vje.—to M'gerie billingham his daughter as by a bill of his hand apperethe vj!. vj$. viija—to Cuthb't billingham his brother x'—to Rob't heede v'. xiiij. ixd.—to Stephen Snaith his hynd there for his waiges hay & boule corne due to him iij'. xij iiij®-for S’uaunts waiges xiiij',-to Will'm Brasse due to him as by an indenture appearethe xxv.-to Richard and Will’m Billingham his sondes in satisfacc'on of there porc'ons and th' aministrators parts of yer lait fathers goods xxvj!. xiij®. iiij".
DEBTS DEMANDED. Demaunded by Richard billingham as debt to him due vij'. xiiij'.—The sygnes & marks ELESABETH BYLLYNGHAM M B F Margeri Margarett & Ag billingham ( In dorso.) I. Joh’is billingham nup' de Crooke hall def'.
cccxi. MR LEONERDE TEMPERLEYE, GENTELLMANE.' The Inuentarie of all sooche goodes and Cattells wch was M Leonerde Temperleyes gentellmane dwelling at Sackerstone hughe in the p'ishe of Wyttone gilberte deceasede p'ced by thes foure honeste men viz Raphe Eamerson Roberte Gellsone John Watsone and John Coplande of wyttone gilbert aforesaid the xijth of februarie A° d'ni 1577.
Imp'Mis one long wayne, iiijor pitche forkes, ij mocke hoockes one olde sleade and twoo olde ropes xiijs iiijd—ijo olde shorte waynes wth yll wheals xviije iiijd—one plowe, one Cowto', j socke & ijo plewe bands ve—vij yrone yockes for oxen to drawe in v
-ve soumes and ijo shakells ixs—three stones of yron injs— ve Irone wedges at jø iiija—ijo woombles and on olde ytche, j yrone harraw vją—iiijor old axes, ij hacks & ve olde shakells and spades iiij viijd - iij olde sythes, ve shorte plankes iiije – jo yrone markes for sheape vją—j olde longe wayne blade at iij® iiija—j olde
1 This person seems to have retired from a military life, with his spear-staves and banners and “ancyents,” and other armour all enumerated, to farm the estate of “ Sackerstone hughe,” hodie Saggerston heugh, a name partly derived from its situation, and partly from the Sacrist of Durham, to whose office it was appropriated before the Dissolution. One would like to know what were the “small Englishe bookes” in which he occasionally amused himself, and which were valued at only 38. 4d. He once had a taste for music, as appears by his olde syttrone" and his broken gyttrone."
grinstone ijd_iij olde laythers j-ij, old saddells jo iiijd. Suma iij
' xviij ija. IN THE BARNE—]tie thraves of rye at vi ve -Ixj thraves of yle mowe borne otes at iij'—x akers of corne wch ys sowen vj? —xvj lode of haye at vjø viija lode v vjø viija. Some xix' vjø viija. IN THE CORNE CHAMBER—viij bowles of Rye at vjø viija. ij
' xiij iiijd-xij bowles of hauer malte at ij' — one bowle of otes iiijs_iij toobes and one Kennell mete iiij ija -ijo bordes, j. shovell, j syve & j hopper je iiija—j bushell of ote malt iïije-Suma vl vs xa. THE CATTELL-ve twynter stottes at xx prise vl—inj twinter whyes at iiij vijen elder whies at xxvjo viijd, ix!. vjø vija-viij stirkes xiij* iiij, vl xiij* iiijd-xviij farrowe Kyene and one bull at xxvj viijă, xxvi — iiijor Kyne newe kalued wth ther calves xxx”, vj'-one old mayned oxe at į vjø viija
oxen at xlvjø viijų, xxiij' vjø viijų –xiiijen speende calves at vjø viija, iiij' vję viija—vij** weathers at iiijs a pece, xxviij'. iiijxx and v ewes at iijs a pc', xvij'— vij Toopes at iïjø iiijd a p', ji jijo ija— iijxx xvij hogges at liije iiijų a skore, x' vs. iiija_one stage or Colte at jl xvjø viij"—one Sowe and three pigges ve-one goose, j gander ijo dooks and one drake ijo viija—v hennes, ij Kokes & j Capone ijs viijd—one hyve wth bees inj”. Sum* cxlij' xixviija. IN THE HALL-one olde table wth v olde foormes and twoo plankes at v-one lytell table of Joyners woorke ve- iij greate olde ioynte stooles and thre small jo vjų– ijo old turned chaires ixd—one cupborde wth thre lockes v8– one lytell cupborde wth ij locks jø-soe mooche m'tynmes breaffe (beef) as comithe to v—ix small glasses for beare viijo—ij pewter and thre latten candellsticks at ije viijd-vij lytell disshes of woode iiija-one speare staffe for a horsse man jo--one chayne of yrone, one shewle and į payre of tonges jo viijd-viij hanks of harden garen ije viijd—j old carpett of cheker frees vjă j woode koke nett ijo-j creadell of yrone weh porres vje viija Some ij' vjø vd. IN THE BUTTRIE——xxtie stones of salte butter at ije viija, ij' xiijs iiija—xxtie small chesies at viij, xiije iiij-—xxvj milke bowles at iijo inje_ixen lytell barrells for drynke iiije one chirne for mylke vją—ijo olde drinkine cannes & one pott iiiju—j tunell & ijo butter dishes & j milke sile iijų–viij spoones of horne & iije dooson treene dishes and dublers and trenchers jo ija—j dressinge borde ijo foormes and tressells je—vj stone of olde leade wayghts vjó viija -ixen coopell of cole fysshe x-as mooche butter as ys praysed jl. Sum' v' xiijs xj. IN THE KITCHINGE AND LARDER HOUSE. iij small Kytts, iiij milken skeales, and one wassinge toobe jo vije-one bowkinge toobe, and iiijor olde chease fatts viijo
. —a fryinge panne viija-one chine of yrone & a great treavett xon-j lytell paire of cobyrones & ijo potte hooks ji viijd.-ijo lytell drippinge pannes & j lytell girde yrone
j—one brede grate one spitt jø iijd—one lytell morter of brasse
a pestell of yrone ije —one choppinge knife, j laddell ijo one brasse pott viija-ijo brasse Kettells vs_ve lytell skelletts of brasse & ijo yrone potts inije viijd—ij presses for cheise ijs — j olde troughe to boolte in wth a couer viija—injor olde tobes & one gyle fatte ijviij--j lytell leade to brewe in x-ve ryd
dells ande seaves to wynnowe corne xd-iiij Sakes for corne & j wynnowclothe v_j pecke mett vjų. Sum ij' ix. iija. IN ye CHAPELL CHAMBER. His APPARELL- One olde goune of Carrall lyned wth bayes facyde wih furre xs ja—j olde spanishe black cappe wth 3 yardes of veluet jj olde spanishe cappe of blacke freseado vj$ viija—ijo olde lyuerey cots of blewe clothe x-j pettie cote cloihe of stam’ell coller clothe xiijs inja ---one olde dooblett of blacke bombasie cutt ij$—one olde Jerkine of buckerame wth olde gardes of rott veluett j'.—ijo olde waste cotes ijs —j paire of olde mookado breches & 3 paire of olde stockes inije inj«-—ijo morninge hoodes & olde garides of veluett ijs--one lynning bagge inja_olde bone lace and sylke poynts wth oth' tryfells je--j olde banner wth the armes of englande jo—j olde ancyent of sarsenett white & blacke j_j olde blacke cappe of veluett ijs—injor olde brusshes wth other tryfells je inja__j olde syttrone & j broken gyttrone jej paire of gayshekoones broken iijs iiijd—j tronke chiste injs vją_vj quisshones ijo. Sum' v'. vs. xd. LYNNEN. iiijor old shirtes farre woorne vj viija_j quilte of lyninge clothe vs_iije olde table clothes & iije napkines ijo---iije olde shorte table clothes & viije napkines of harden ij$_vj lyttell hande towells of harden ijs—ijo coorse olde pyllowe beres vinje_iiijor paire of old broken sheats vjø viija_xviijen yeardes of newe ron'de lyninge xije—j olde Smoke wroughte wth sylke ijo-ijo handekirchers & one p'e of clothe ijs -iij payre of lyninge boote hose & ve paire of socks iije--troonke Chiste ij". Sum ij' vs. HIS BEDDINGE-one old plaine bedsteade wth a testo' of olde sylke iijs inj-j quilte & a cou'lett of darnexe v®-i je blanketts at xx, v_-one olde roogge ije j lytell fether bedde, j bolster & one pillow j. IN YE NEXT CHAMBER--one bedde steade wthoute a teaster js-; lytell olde fether bedde wth a bolster and canves and stoxes vijs
-j quilte ijo olde kyuerletts, j blankett, & one strawe bedde ixs viijd—one olde borde wth tressells & olde happin harden ijs iij--) payre of olde breehes j shewle & a baskett vija. In the OUTE CHAMBER. ij, plaine bedde steades more ije-ij. olde tables and tressells xd-v stone bottells at xd_3 olde chests and a raike to hange cheses on iiij rijd_3 old tobbes wth floxes and feathers js inj_Sum' jij wijs vja. IN THE LYTELL CHAMBER—j plaine croslett wth heade peace for a horse mane x' -one croslett wth sleaues of maile and a murrione x j blacke skoole jo inja—j olde sworde wth ij old blads vs. ijd—j halbarde at ij' vj«- calever wth a leather case x-ijo dagges wth cases & j flaske & tootche box xs-j lytell crosse bowe wth a bender and iijor arrowes vs – 30 bowes & 3 quivers wth xxtie arrowes vijs vja
-3 olde bagges 3 shootinge gloues jy inja—j paire of playenge tables & men ijo-cartan small englishe books iijs iiija—j stone of woole vje viijų–460 of soope je_olde boots and shewes as ys woorthe iij iiijų—in olde lomber iij*. Sum' iiij
' ij*. ijų. IN THE SU'NTS CHAMBERS—iije bedde steades plane iij® ja _iije cou'letts at xxd a p’s vs—inje blanketts at iij® iiijdjije bolsters vja—ij paire & j shette of olde harden clothe vs_one drye fatte & ijo olde wollen wheales at ij viija Sum' xix® vjų. THE LEASE OF SEGERSTONE HVHGE p'ced by Thom's harrisone Will’m bak"george cuthb’t & nicholas Turpine to cc m'ks. Sum' cxxxiij' vje. viija. Sum' totalis cccxxxj' iije. vija. SPENTE IN Y HOUSE SINCE HIS
stie threaves of rye ijs a threave y'--1x threaves of yll mowebornte otes iij'_-xvjen loode of haye at vjå viija a lodev? vjø viijd-viij boles of rye at vjø viijd lez boule ij' xiijs 4d_xij boles of haver malte ijj boule of ots iiijs—ix coopell of fishe x-xxtie stones of butter ij$ viija lez stone ij' xiije--xxtie cheses at viija a piece xiij® injd. Sum’expensar. predict. deducend. xxj! xvij viija Sum clara cccix? vs xjd. Item disbursed for the chardgs of the admi’strac'on & engrossinge ye Inventare and the codicell and for the obligacione and copie therof xx*.
CCCXIII. RYCHARD RAWLYNGE, VICAR OF STRANTON. In Dei nomine amen The xj daye of fabruari in the yeare of or lord god 1577 I Rychard Rawlynge layte Vicar of Stranton beinge hole of mynd and of perfacte Rememberance thanks be to god doythe maike this my last will and testamente in maner and forme as foloveithe vz fyrst I gyve my sole to Almyghtye god my maker and redemor and nothinge dobtinge but that of his infinite mersye he will Receyve The Same and my bodye to be buryed in the queare of stranto' I doo Gyve to margaret my wyfe Samuel Nicholas Sara and Margaret my Children all the goods moveable and inmoveable ihat I haue yt that my wyfe will stand to that but yf she will not I doo gyve her the terd parte of all my goods my debtes paid my legases furth filled I doo gyve to Thomas Raye of greton my doughter Margaret with her portion I gyve to willia' Grynwall my brother Samuell my sonne with his portion I gyve to John Rawlyng my brother Nycholas my sonne with his portion I gyve to Nycholas my sonne one rigged stote and to margaret my dowghiter one read whye and to Samuel and Sara eather of them one youe and one lambe I gyve to Gylbart dicson one lambe and to my brother willia' Rawlynge my second goone. debtes whiche I doo owe. I owe to my brother Willia' Grynwell x' v8 vjd I owe to my brother George Rawlynge xx' and to my brother John and him viij. I owe to my mothure xlvjó viija I owe to Robart Smytheson inje.
debtes whiche is owne to me mr nicholas fulthupe for his fathers two years le’t fynes and two calves and his fathers mortuarye Thomas colson for one bole of byge and one bole of wheate and my mother doyth owe me vij' but I had one horse which my father gave me but I put That to her disscretion rayfe reade owes me xiiijd and John brantinga' owes me ixd more. debles that I doo owe I owe to Rychard Walton for 6 yeards of brod cloythe and I owe to m' bryche xl' and he oweth vnto me for Rydinge aboute his buse
The rest of my gods my debtes paid my leagases furthefilled I doo gyve to Samuel Nicholas Sara and Margaret my children whome I maike executors of this my last will and testament Witness hereof Robert Toyes curat of hartlepoole Thomas Raye, John Casson, John Rawlynge, Roger dicson with others.
cccxiv. THOMAS CLAXSTON, OF WYNDLSTON, GENTLMAN.'
In ye name of god Ame' I Thomas Claxston of wyndlston wtin the p’she of S. Andrew Awcklande gentlman being sicke in body But yet neverthelesse of sound & p'fect memory (laude & praise be to Almightie God therfore) upon ye xjih day of October : 1579. do make this my last will and testament in man'er followinge. ffirst & pryncipallie I com'end and bequeathe my soul to ye mercifull hands of Almightie god trustinge to be saved only by the meritts of Christs death and passion : And my Body I do com'end vnto the Earthe to be buryed wth in my said p’ishe church. Ite’ I do geve & bequeathe vnto willmn Claxton my nephewe (ffor and In consideration ye
take vnto him my brother willmn Claxton his vncle and fynde him meate and clothes during his naturalle liffe) ij oxen one cowe one meare wch he haith now in his occupation & custody And also one lode of seede wheate and one quarter of seede Otes one paer of soles wth overings : and all
1 Of the family of Claxton, of Old Parke, and a farmer at Windleston, under the family of Eden.