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becum'ithe them and also I giv vnto my sayd wif a whi & it wth encrease therof to be found on this


farmold All his goodes xxxiiij'. xije. viija.


In the name of God Amen. The iiij day of June Ac. D'ni 1566 I Margret Hilton of Northe Biddick wedow do mak this my last will & testament in man' & forme following. First I bequithe my soule to Almighty God; my bodi to be buried in my p'ishe Churche of Washington att the discretion of my Executors. Item I giv & bequithe ynto Elizabethe, Dorite, and Helin my thre dowghters to every of them one silver spone to be delevered att the discretion of my executors. Item I give vnto Anne Hilton my sone Will’m Hilton wif my best silver spone. Item give to Elizabethe Thirkell & Joyes Thirkell to eather of theme one silver spone. Item I giv to everi one of my s’vants as well woma' as men one ew & one lambe. Item I giv to Thomas Iveson my twinter horse wch I bought of one Metforthe. Item I giv vnto Jyeles Spence who hathe taken mutche paynes wth me one twinter whye. Also I do ordene & mak Rob'rt Hilton, Roger Hilton, Rauf Hilton, Sibbell Helton & Margery Hilton my sonnes & doughters my hole & full executors of this my last will and testament. Item I will yi my sone Marmaduck Thirkell & his wif Elizabethe, my sone Michall Cunstable & Dorite his wif, shall hav the goverme't of my sayd sonnes & daughters wth ther childs portions and an’uities viz. Rob’t Hilton, Roger Hilton, Rauf Hilton, Sibbell Hilton and Margery Hilton, vnto time thay cu' to laufull adges, thay putting in bond accordingly. It'm I do requier my brother Sr Xp'ofer Medcalfe Knight, my sone Will’m Hilton, Mr Robert Bowes, Mr Thomas Layton, my brother in lawe Oswold Metcalf, Michall Counstable & marmaduck Thirkell my sonnes in lawe & my nephey Anthony Thomlinson sup’visors of this my last will & testament. Item to Alleson Dinlaye one twinter whi for hir panes taken wth me in my sicknes. Segned in the prsens of James Beck clerk (&c.)

DETTS WHICHE I doo QUE. To my sone Constable in recompence of my doughters Dorats dourey I will forty pounds to be payd of my goods wth all such horses & meares as doythe remane wth him att this time, and also twenty pounds wch he receaved for viij stotts, requiring him to be contented for yt my abilite is no better at this time. It'm I ou to Thomas al's Thomas Wilson xiiij'. iiij. iiijd. Item to Thomas Whitfield of Durh’m drap’ xxxij. To will’m Walton of Durh’m drap' v'. xijo: vd ob. To Thomas Ivesone xxvs. To Xp'ofer Surtis m'chant in Durh’m xjö. To the xvj husbands of Hilton for xvj

| Daughter of Sir James Metcalfe, of Nappa Hall, in Wensleydale, and widow of William Hilton, Esq., whose Inventory has been noticed above (No. CLI.)Sec The family pedigree, SURTEES, II., 26.

INVENTORY 10 June 8 Elizab. Inter alia Two coytts of plate one stuff cote for warr—one cockshott net ijs. xxv silver


v! One pare of tables & a chessbord & the me' ij.

boules of pese.

CCXI. SIR GEORGE CONYERS, KNIGHT.' The Inventory of all the goods and Cattelles at harperly both moveable and vnmoveable of St George Conyers knight late of the same in the county of durh’m prased by Cristofer Hodshon of the maner 2 Willia' more of birchborne Willia' Clarke of Shypley and Thomas Todd of the west howse in the said County yeomen the xxij day of october Anno d'ni 1567. In primis one gold cheane in valew xl'. An

beliment (habiliment) in valew inj?. A vnder beliment iïji An other litle beliment xxvjo. viija. xv boweles for a beliment xvj*. viija. One crose of gold xiij®. inja. One bracelate lvs. An other bracelate lxiij®. viija. A gold ring x®. xxxiiij agglets of gold iij' xxxvij small aglets of gold xxs. Two brooches xxx. A carganat of gold xx”. A bracelat wth eight angells inij!: ij currell stacks tipt wth silver xx4. A nest of boules wth the cover and half a dosen spones of silver ij' xiij. ind. A doson spones of silvr xxxvjø. ij salts wth a cover doble gilt xiij®. iiijd. A basen an ewer of tynn xvja. Hogesheads viij, a tonning tubb, a tonn for bread ij great kettelles, vij stone potts and iiij cannes xiijs: mjd. ij racking crocks ij". A cawdron iiij pannes vj®. viija, ij brasse potts xs. One brasen morter and ij pestells vjø. viija. One broule Iron, vij speights, iiij pair of pottclipps and v kitching knyves vij”. One chaffing dish, one pair of tongs one fring pann one poer one fiershoole of Iron ij$. ij cressetts, one grater and a fleshe crocke iij®. iiij dossen and v puder platers liij". iij dosen and iiij puder dishes xxviijs. viijų. xxij puder saucers v potingers one charger and iij puter plates x®. iiija. A lead, a maskfatt and a swett wort fatt, a coler and a gile fatt lije. iiija. ij hogheads, a pype ij seas a tubb a kettell xiij sacks a bulting tonne vjo. viija. pippes, vj hogesheads, vj farkennes ij kytts vjʻ. viija. One racking crock, a paier of tonnges one cauderon a pann vjø viijd. xxix milk bowells v skeles, one stand, one se, ij kyrnes x chesfatts, x sinkers, iij chesebords, ij ches presses, ij milk siles and one swall vs. lx cheses xxs.


1 Only son of Sir Thomas Conyers, of Sockburne, Knt., by Margaret, dau. of Sir Ellward Radcliffe, of Dilston-born at Markenfield, and baptized at Ripon -owner of Sockburne, and the head of the family of Conyers at his period married Anne, daughter of Sir John Dawney, of Sessay, Knt., by whom he left a numerous family-died 15th Oct., and bur. at Witton-le-Wear, 18th Oct., 1567. V. SURTEES, III. 248. His will contains no notice of importance.

2 The Manor House, in the parish of Lanchester.

lx cheses xx. In butter xvj'. A veluatt gowen xls. A velvet gowen and a gowen of Satton and a gowen of stuf taffate, a velvet forforskirt v kirtells of orang damask and a petticote of scarlett vj!. xiij®. iiijd. A velvet doblett and a sathan doblett xs. iij vpper stocks of howse (hose) of veluett v. iij clocks xiij®. iiijd. All other apperell xiijs. iiij". One mattres xija ij pillowes and iij happings and coverletts ijs. xxj blanketts xxvjø. viija: iij dagges and xiij hargabusshes xx”. One crose bowe ij racks viij arrowes xj boltes vüjø. v long bowes vij shaffe of arrowes xs. iij speares and ther picks vjø. ix cotts of plate xlv. vij Javelin staves ij'. iij. ij cupbords iij close stoles and iiij paynes in them xs. A stillytery and a limbeck and a bit for it and ij castells xxs. A perfome payne and a chafing dishe xija viij carpett quissons iiij'. ij wroght quissons of croile xija. ij wroght long quissons of Sillke vjø. vija. One dining table wt a grene covering xo. One great chist ij lesse chists a close chair vjø. viija. One trounk iij chists vs. A

A poer, a fier pann and a pair of tonngs xx. A bedd weh teaster and courtings of say, one father bedd ij pair of blanketts one cov'lett and a covering xx®. On the lowe bedd one mattresse one feither bedd, one bolster, ij blancketts and ij coverletts xsOn the high bedd a mattres, a faither bedd a bolster ij pillowes one pair of fuscion blanketts one cov'lett and a covering xxs. On the low bedd one feither bedd a bolster and a pillowe ij blanketts one happing a cov'lett x®. One bedd wth a fetherbedd, a bolster, one pillow, ij blanketts, one happing, a teaster xx". One paliet wth a mattres a fetherbedd a bolster & ij blanketts ij coverings xiij. iiijd. The hangings xxvjø. viija. A bedd wth a mattres a fether bedd a bolster a pillow ij blanketts a coverlett a coveringe xx. One bedd wt a fetherbedd a mattres a bolster a pair of blancketts viij. One bedd wt a mattres ij pillowes a pair of blanketts and ij happings iij. One bedd wth a mattres a bolster ij blanketts ij covertetts iij". One bedstock wth polles ij. In the CHAPPELL CHAMBER one bedd wth a mattres a fether bedd a bolster ij blanketts & ij coverletts xiij". iiij. One bedd wth a fether bedd bolster ij blanketts a happing & a coverlett xs. A nother bedd wth a boster a fetherbedd an happing and a coverlett x. viij bedd poweles xvjd. One bedd

wth a mattres a bolster ij blanketts a happing a coverlett iij'. One bedd wth a mattres a bolster ij happings iij blanketts ijs. One myles is bed mattres a bolster ij blanketts ij happings one cover lett ijo. vjų. One hords bedd a mattres ij codds one blankett a happing a coverlett ij$. viija. A bed wth a mattres a bolster a pair of blanketts ij happings ijs. viijd. In the new stable a bedd wth thre blankets a bolster a happing a coverlett ijo. viija. On brians bedd a mattres a coverlett ij blanketts & ij happings ij$. viija. One bedd wt a mattres a bolster ij blanketts ij happings iij®. One bedd wth a mattres a bolster ij blanketts & ij happings iij". One bed with a mattres a bolster a happing & a coverlett iij”. One bedd a bolster & a mattres a happing ij coverletts iij”. A pair of belloos ij ham'ers ij pair of tonges a pair of pinces ij cotting Irons and ij pounces vjø. viija. A whippt sawe ij hand sawes a twart sawe vs. vj chissells an Iron wegg ij.

v wombles iiij percers bittes and a brace xxd. Axes and an hamer ije. iij files for a sawe a latt axe head a sett for a sawe iiij plane Irons a pounce ij holders and iij Iron wedges ijo. Two gavelocks vs. x litle stone wedges and ij trowelles xija. xxxvij spades & sholes and a turf spade ij. vj ham’ers and six haks viij". iiij sithe six sickells vs. xviij milk bowells ix platters xj wood dishes iij®. iij. iij pair of wayne blades & bords wth snarded tres sawen timber and other wood things xx®. xij busshells of Ry xx. ix busshells of wheat xvje. Corne in Harp’ly barne xiij®. iiijd. Wheat and Ry iiij'. Bigg, pees and otts liij®. iiija. Hay at harp'ley vi vjø. viija. Lime xiij. iiija. Bricke xiij®. iiijdWolle vj!. xiij". iiijaij long waynes and ij coup wayn bodies, iij pair of assell nales, ij pair of lyn pinnes viij teames, iij schakells, ij lowse crocks iij pleughs one paire of plew Iron teathe & one horse harro of wood wth all things belonging husbandrye xl. vj lin’ing table clothes x®. viija. vij harden table clothes iiij. ij dosen lin napkins iij®. iiij. iiij lin towells vs. iiij cupbord clothes iij". v pillow beres

x pair of lin sheats xls. xv pair of harden sheats xx*. ij colts of iij yer old xls. vj nagges v'. xix oxen xxvij' x'. xxviij ky & other calves xxxij? One bull xiij. iiijd. xix twin . ters vij'. xij vj tuppes xx. ix score and on (? ewes] xxx' iij®. iija. Wethers v scor & x xvj!. xo. v schore xvj hoggs ix' xij'. x swyne xxvj'. viija. Sum'a totalis [left blank]



In the name of god Amen the vj day of Jannarij 1567 I Will’m tod, clerk, doctor of divinitye being seck in my bodie yett hole of mynd & of p'fit remebranc thanks be to god therfor do mak this my last will & testament in man' & furme folowing first I do co’mit & frely geve my soull to almightie god my maker & redem' & my bodie to be buried wthin ye quere of the cathedrall church of duresme nere to ye plac wher docter hyndn’es clerk deceased was buried yff it shall plese ye right worshipfull My deane & ye chapiter of ye same cathedrall church so to p’mit & yf not then to be buried ells wher ye christaine mans buriall Also I geve all my good to wm tod scoler at cambrig, & to my nece Anne sped whome I mak my execu. tors of this my last will & testamet Witnesss of this will nycolas burnope francis Walker & many others & Anthony gelson.

It'm I gyve


In nomine dei Amen the ffyrst daye of ffebruarye Anno dn’i 1567 in the tenthe yeare of quene Elesabethe I will’m Andersonne of the towne of newcastell vpon tyne merchante seke in bodye howbeit of good and p'fitte memorye & Remembrannce make this my last will & testament in maner & forme ffolowinge ffyrst I comytt my sowll to allmyghtye god, &c. and bequythe to John hone my wyffes eldest sone three pounds It I gyve to my brother georg ande’son my new gold ringe It'm I gyve to the said John hone a gold ring wch was hys fathers "It'm I gyve to my mother in lawe margerett blount my blaick gowne lynnyde wth blake connye It'm I gyve to barbarye blount my wyffe sister a pec of blake clothe wch lieth in the loft to mayk hir a gown of It'm I wyll that my wyff shall ffynde my

brother Robart Andersonne meatt drynke & clothe so long as he will abide wth hir & be rewled by hir The residewe of all my goodes moveable & vnmoveable my debts legacyes & funerall expencs payd I gyve & bequythe to my wyffe ellynor Ander

| The first Prebendary of the fifth stall in Durham Cathedral-admitted D. D. of Oxford Ap. 13, 1537, as a Monk of Durham-Vicar of Northallerton 1553— Archdeacon of Bedford 1563—and a man whose name occurs more than once in the copy of the Manuscript of REGINALD DUNELMENSIS, belonging to the British Museum, of which an account is given in the publication of REGINALD hy the SURTEES SOCIETY, which accompanies this volume.

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