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to my doughter alioner blaxton likewise v! Also vnto my doughter Isabell blaxton v'. Also vnto my doughter Barbary blaxton v'. in like man'. And also I doo ordyne constitute and maike

my

aforesaid sonne willm blaxton my full and only executour of all my other goods debts and credits to order and dispose at his will & pleasure. Also I do constitute ordeyne and maik my trusty and welbeloved Brother Robert tempest of holmesyd esquyer and george lumlye of exshelhoueses gentlemen within ye countye of Durh’m Sup’visors of this my last will and testament. And I gyue to my brother an old ryall and to george lumleye one old angell for ther paynes. In witness whereof to this my present will & testament I have subscribed my nayme and sett my seale ye daye and yere aboue said before the witness who hath subscribed ther names. George lumly bartholomew reslay anthony m'ley georg blaxton Rauff hunter gilbert labourne James davyson John cookman christopher walton Rauff marley wth others.

CCXLVII. THOMAS JOHNES, OF GATESHEAD, JIRKIN

MAKER.

Inventory 15 Aug. 1569. Inter alia The waire in the shope sex paire of pantobles & one paire of pompes vj$. vją Two paire of buskins iij®. Eight dight calffe skinnes vs. Ten goyte skinnes vjø. viija. Eight maid Jerkins, a paire of sleves & one paire of buskin leggs xvj. A bend of Leather xija. Thre yerdes of yelowe cottan xijd. All the hole working gere in the shope vs. xd. Sex keid skinnes ij". xxx paire of lasts xxd. two cuttinge boords viija. His Rayment xls. One bowe one shaiffe of Arrowes ij$. vjd.

vja. One sworde & one dagger vs. Sum total viij' xix® ija.

ccxLvIII. ELIZABETH CLAXTON, Widow.' In the nayme of God Amen. The 22 day of Marche et Anno D'ni 1569. I Elyzaybeythe Claxtonn of Wyttonn Gylbert in the Countye of Durh’m wedowe beyng sycke in my bodye, but p'fytt in my remembraunce thankes be vn to Almyghtye God, doythe make my last wyll & testament in maner and forme following. Fyrst I do co’mytt my soulle vn to Almyghtye God beshiching for the love of his sonn Jhessus Christe saycke to have marssye vppon me when so ever I shall depart fourthe of thys myssarablye worlde by whose merytts onlye I trust to be savyd. Furthermore I bequeathe my deade body to the eyrthe emong my trewe christen brethren & sisters beuryalls wythe my dewtyes to God & holy churche accordinge to the laudablye custome of this Realm'. Also I bequeathe vn to Chuthbert Wyttwayne one fether bed, the tycke therof I dyd by, on bolster, iiij pewder dublers, iiij pewder dysshes, iiij salsers London wessell, vij silver spounes, a coveryng of a bed; emygyrye woorcke; a playne lyn towell; one happyng with a coverled; one cheaste Inndyworcke: Item one cunter wyth a coweryng neadlye woorcke. Item the curtyngs & teaster about the bed yt I lye in blawcke & reade. Item iij dyoper napkyns wth iiij playne napkyns one iron speat one shayving baysing It'm one payre of Iron Racks ij Candlestycks of latting boythe of one fassyon one paire of ieron tongs. It'm one brasspott. It'm I bequeathe vnto Anthonye Braydfurthe one feyther bed of my awn mayking, wth a bolster, ij pillowes wth ij pillowbers ; a paire of woollen blancketts. Item a paire of lynsheats, a blewe cov'ing of a bed, one borde cloythe, one happing wih a coverled, one short lyn towell. It'm I geve and bequeath vn to Maister Docter Bennet the hyngyns in the lawe chambre where I lye, read & yallowe, in recompence of all his gentlynes tovards

1 The lacunæ in this will are supplied from the contemporary Book.

It'm I bequeathe vnto Henry Wyttwayn one paire of lynsheats, one happing wth a cou'led, ij pillowes wth ij pyllowbers. It'm one brassepott wth a bolster. It'm I bequeathe to Maggerye Swynbourne my best goune, one paire of silver crucks gylt. Item I bequeathe vnto hir syster ysbell shawftow a goune that ys open vppon the breast. It'm I geve & bequeathe vn to Margaryit Swynborne a goune edgyd wth welwett It'm I bequeathe vnto Margerye Swynborne a demy gyrdill. It'm I geve & bequeathe vn to hir syster Jan Swynborne dawghter vnto M" Jhon Swynborne of Chopvell of paire of curell beads wth a hart of golde at them. and also a Jy’mer of golde, wch Jimmer I do geve vn to my sonne Robert Claxtonn of the olde Parcke for a toking. I geve more vn to Margaryt Swynborne on lytlye pattlett sett wth pearll on the forsyd. It'm I geve & bequeathe vnto Thomas Jaxsonn husband vn to An Wyttwayn iiij pundes in monye that Robert Wyttwaine doythe owe me of Dunston, the wch iiij punds I the said Elyzaibeythe Claxton doythe acknowledg myself to have receyvid fyften shillings, notwthstanding I will that the said Robert Wyttwain of Dunston shall maycke vp a gain the forsaid sum of iiij punds for the forsaid Thomas Jaxsonn & his wyfe, An Wyttwain in recompence of other detts, bequiext the forsaid Robert Wyttwayn of Dunston and me ye forsaid Elizabeth' claxton. I do geve vnto An Jaxssonn one woode Cheast wch haithe a sneck locke wyth a coffer

me.

It'm one other cheast weh haythe a stapply & a hespt also I do gyue vnto y said An Jaxson on chamlet kyrtle the wch I do weare vpon ye hollyday. It'm doo gyue vnto John hopper my man on whie It'm I gyue vnto margerye swynbourne one frocke facid wth graye conny It'm I gyue vnto m’garet swynbourne of mugglisworth my blacke mauntle It'm gyue vnto m’garet Ruderforthe my hollyday goune It'm I do gyue vnto Will’m Clauvering my pestell & morter vnto Syathe trotter my spinning wheale vnto Allyson Claveing one worsett kyrtle weltid wth ye same vnto Robert Wittwayn theldest sonne one fetherbed The wch I wil yt be an Ayrelome to ye howse

- more to Cuthbert Wittwayne a law cubbord wth ij leaves A boue. The Rest of all my goods being not bequestid I do gyue vnto my cosing M" John swynborne of Chopwell ye younger And to Anthony Braydfurthe & Cuthbert wittwayne whome I do maike my full executors of this my last will whervnto I

have setto my syane — providide alwayes yt Raulfe Adstayne shall have ij kyne & ten qynters sheape furth of cuthbert witwayne sectors (executors] part It'm I gyve to An Jaxson all ye Rest of my hushold geare wch is not geven & bequested. Witness, &c.

CCXLIX. JOHN FOSTER, PARSON OF EDMONDBIERS.' In the nayme of god amen In the

yere

of our lord god 1570 and the viijth day of August I John foster clark p'son of Edmondbiers whole in mynd and in good reme'braunce dothe maik

my

last will and testam in maner & forme as followethe: ffirst I gyve and bequiethe my Sowll to almightie god my creato' and Redemer trusting in his grace and m’cie to be one off his Elect children. Also I gyve to Sr will’m struthers one yowe I gyve to Margarett Swonnbourne one yow It'm gyve to wedow oliver the mother of Edward oliver iiija I gyve to Wedowe whitfeld iiijd I gyve to barberaie golling halff a peck

I gyve to Ágnes downe inija. It'm I gyve to Wedowe blomer wch was the wiffe of peter blomer halff a pecke of Rie I gyve to Elizabethe speere a short goune that I ware to James oliver a lambe I gyve to Robert oliver a lambe I

of rye.

I gyve

| Presented to the Rectory of Edmondbyers by the Dean and Chapter of Durham in 1557.

gyve a

son.

gyve to Isabell ellynson a lambe And the rest of my goods that I haue 1 gyve and bequiethe to John foster my sonn and to Katheryn Sympson my bootler whome I maike to be my trewe and lawfull executors to pay my debts and legacies wth this p’viso I will that yff the foresaid Katherin Sympson marie and taike a husband 1 gyve all my wholle goods (Debts and legacies being paid) to John foster my sonn And the said John foster my sonn wthall his goods I gyve to the custodie and governing of s' Thomas bensone p’son at Mowglissworthe Also I maike supvisors of this my last will and testament my wellbeloved m' xp'ofor Chartoure of Durh’m to whom I gold Ryng and the foresayd S. Thomas benson p'son of Mowglisswykts Witnessethe of the sayme Robert andro Edward Olyver and Robert Olyver Wythe other moo- Thomas ben

THE INVENTARIE of all the goods and cattell of John foster clarke p’son of Edmondbiers at the day of his deathe praised by thesse fouer sworne men Robert andro' Roland haver peter readshawe Robert Ellison the xxvij of Novembr 1570.

Imp’mis a kowe & a calffe xx—lij old sheipe vj' xvjd — xlij sheipe hoggs inj? iij®—in haie & corne xxxiije--in teinde haie xxxije—in gees iij® ——houshold stuffe in the housse xx®-a fether & other bedding xls—two chists vije

—two old gownes, a clok, a black Jaket, a pair of hoisse & a dublett xiije injd—in pookes, and secks ije —xij stones of wooll the price of eu’y stone iiijo iiijd S'm lije. S'mma supra xxl vs viija. The Debts that was owing vnto the sayd John foster Clarke p'son of Edm'ndbyers at the day of his deathe It'm Wedow car of peddomisshack vjø viija -John snabawe sinja_Cuthb't ward al's blomer iijs viija Wedowe blomer iijó vjų—that Symon elrington of hesper sheilles vij -S’m of the debts xxj. Debts that he was owing at the day of his deathe. It’m to St Thomas benson p'son of mugliswick v'. S’m tolis xxji vjö viija. *

CCL. THOMAS REDHEAD, OF PONTELAND, YEOMAN. In the nayme of God amen. The xij day of August 1570 Thomas Reedhead of po'telland yeoman being sick in bodie and so neare the tyme of deathe that he was not well able to abyde the writing of his will for want of necessaries therto belonging but yet being then of indifferent good memorie and reme’braunce praised be almightie god, did then by word of mouthe maik and ordayne his last will and testament nuncupatyve of all his goods

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CCCLI. ANTHONY PLACE, OF DYNSDALL, GENTLEMAN.' In the name of god amen the xviijth day of April in the of or lord god a thowsand fyve hundryd and seaventye I Anthony Place of Dynsdall in the countye of Duresme gentleman beinge of goode and p'fyte remembrance Doo make and ordeyne this my laste Will and Testament in maner and forme followinge. ffyrste I beqweath my sowle vnto Almighty god and my body to be buried at the discression of my executors in the churche of that p’yshe where yt shall please god to call me out of this lyf. It’m (yf the child wherewth my wife now is be a sonne) then I will that my said wif shall haue the occupac'on of my

fermehold at Dalton upon tease in the county of Yorke for the space of thirtie yeres next ensewinge the date herof (yf my said Wif do so long lyve and do remayne all that tyme vnmarried) And I will that (wth the p'fitts therof and of his childs portion of my goods) she shall bringe vppe my said sonne in vertue and lerninge And shall at his full age of xxjtie yeres paye ynto him for eu’ry yere that she or her assignees shall before that tyme occupie my said fermehold the some of fortie shillings over and besyde his said childs portion. And that she shall likewise for eu'y yere that she shall occupie my said fermehold by force of this my will after my said sonnes full age pay vnto hym yerelye (yf he so longe lyve) the some of sex pounds of Lawfuli English money And after the said thirtie yeres endyd yf my said sonne be then lyvinge I will that he shall haue the occupac'on of my said fermehold during so muche of my terme of yeres wch then shalbe to come in the same as he shall lyve. And yf my said sonne shall fortune to dy before the end of the said thirtye yeres then I will that my said wif shall pay vnto my doughter Margery at the day of her marriage fortye shillings for eu'y yere that my said Wif or her assignes shall occupie my said fermehold before the said mariage and for wch yeres she shall before that tyme have paid no money

said And that my said Wif also for eu'y yere that she or her assignes shall occupy my said fermehold by force of this my will after my said daughter Margeryes marriage shall pay vnto her yerely (yf my said dowghter so long lyve)

ynto my

sonne

1 See the pedigree of this family, SURTEES III, 236.

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