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in Durham Witnes Sir John Browne sir will'm blenkynshope rychard byneley Thomas Chilton wth other moo.

The Inventory of all and singuler the goods of Sir John Byndley layte petticannon in the cathedrall chureh of Durham prased by iiij honest men viz. Jasp’ horsley, Rychard greyne Cuthbert hogg and Thomas Knyghton the xxth of June 1565.

Impmis one Iron chimney wth a bake poore tongs fiershoel spette and a littell rakc p'tening there to viij®-one gret close p’sor xxviija_one littell cobord wth loker vije—one long standing ambr vs viijd one other ambrye wthout a loker vjø viija-one wanskott table vje viijd--one wanskott chayre ije vja one cou’ed forme & iij buffett stoils v-one flander chist & ij lesse vjø viija_one cou'd bed wt the teaster & courting of the same xiij®. inja.-one other cou’ing of a bedd of carpet wroght xl-one other cou’iug of a bed lyned wt harden of carpet woorke xx*—one overworne fether bed wt a good boster x one mattresse vs—ij fether codds wth their pillobers ve-one cou'lett of red & yellowe whyt & black iije —one pare of blankets vs—ij paire of curse sheets v8. iija—ij bige quisshing of carpet worke stope wt fethers ije —other ij much lyk of one fasson th’on having a pappynyay ther on xvją— iiij other thrommed quisshings ij of them good & th’other curse ij viija—yo hangings of the cha’ber wt the prent pap's iijo inja. Suma ix' xjø xd. HHIS APPERREL One sid gowne faced with black lame xxv — one other sid


of lewe faced russett xxs-one clok faced wt russett x—ij other old sid gownes th’on faced wt fiches & other facd wt russett x mij other cloks th’one of them wout sleeves viij-ij calliber queir hoods lyned wt mynever one good other wo'se xiijs inija —one old Jacket & a pare of hose ije --one old dublet sleeved wi fushine, one other sleved wt clothe xijd--one sarpleshinjs—ij ca’delsticks xvjd. one brasen morter wi a pestell xjø. Sum vl xxd. The Dets owing to ye said Sr John bindleye the day of his deth apperith by this debts book of his owne hand wryting: Inp’mis John francklen of aumerston vj!. John Marley of aclyffe xlvjø viijų–John tood of Kirk merington xjø vjų–Rob't som’son of mugleswicke xiijs. inja - will’m hopp’ of the same vjo. viija. Rob’t m'shall of Darwayne xiij®. inja_wedow selby of framwelgat ixs inijų–Rob't rain webster iiij" —John smyth of rowlye x-wilkinson xx-Ric gryne xijs--thomas march of edebrig vjø viija. Rob't Rycheson of buttisfeld viljø John layborne of nuggleswick xxx_simond smyth of gyllygat taner inj'. vjø viijd-yo deane & chapter of the cath' curch of Durh’m for ye said s' John pension dewe at ye feast of pent' last past xxxiij*. iiiją—y® said s? John wags for his stall in yê quere dewe

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at ye feast of midsomer next ensuing 18-gilbart suynborne of mugelswick lije—John smyth of cauldrowley for is tith iije inijd —Joh' palyster for is tythe xxd_John pallyser for his pts xiija ob—wm pallyster ye said John sonne for his tyth vjų–Jaine watson ij$. iija. Sum’a debiť xxv' xiij®. inja. Suma tot' om’ bonor' et debitor'xl'. vs ixd. LEGACES GEVEN IN HIS TESTI

First to the poure pepell of sanct Nicolas in Durham vjo viija—to the poure pepell of the Southe baylef & north balyfe vjø. viija—to the pepell of sancte giels parrish in Durham vje viija—to the poure pepell of sanct oswold in Durham vj'. viija—to the poure pepell of saint margerets in Durham vj”. viija—to the poure pepell in merington p'ishe xs—to eu'y child the said sir John gave cristendon vnto xija. to eu’y one of David fosters children vjø viij"—to eu'y one of rychard byneley children xija, vs—to Řic byndley wyffe one old angele x-to will’m myddelton wyffe v. S’m of all the funerall and legaces vj' xix. iiijd-S’m remaneth clare xxxj' xviij® jd. *

CLXVIII. EDMOND BEAN, PARSON OF STANHOPE. In the name of god amen the xixth day of Aprill in ye yeare of our lord 1564 I Edmond bean p’son of stanhope in wardell holl of mynde & good remembrance doo maike my last will & testamente in man' & forme followinge. ffirste I giue & bequithe my soul to allnighty god my creator & redemer trustinge in his infinite m'cye & grace to be one of his electe children. Also I will that my bodye shalbe buried in ye churche of stanhop wthin ye quere wth ye dutyes therto belonging payd. Also I

geue & bequite to henry beane my cosin xs. It'm I giue and bequithe to my cousyn Mighell beane x®. It’m I giue & bequithe to my cosin Rob’te bean xs. It'm I geue & bequithe to my cosin John hill xx*. It'm I giue to my cosin Margaret litster xxs. It'm I giue to my sisters daughter one of binlays daughters xs. It'm I giue to my cosin John horne xx”. It'm I giue to ye poore folke of stanhope xl. It'm I giue to John marshall vjø. viija. It'm I giue to my curate thomas benson clerke xls. Itm I giue to my ostes the wife of John Marshall vjø. viija. It’m I giue to Elizabeth my mayde x'. It'm I giue to george marshall my man vjø. viijd. It'm I giue to thomas greansweard my hinde xiij*. iiij". It'm I geue to Will’m beane my sonne xx'. It'm I giue to my daughter Alice bean xiij'. vjø. vinja. It’m I giue to my daughter Susanna xiij'. vjø. viija. to be

Presented to the Rectory of Stanhope in 1560.

payd to my sayd two Dawghters at such time as they shall come to lawfull age or be maryed. It'm I giue to Cuthb'rt em'son x'. to be a help to my cosin peter hill and to my sonne Willm beane whom I take to be my true & faythfull executor to dispose vnto y poore. Also I require my good lord of Winchester' to be sup’uiser of this my last will & testamente Witnes of yd same will Thomas benson clerke curate of stanhope peter hill, Cuthber em'son, John marshall & John hindme's.

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In the name of god Amen the sixth day of Aprill in the yeare of our lorde god 1564 I Margaret Cottom wedowe layte wyfe of James cotton gentelman off p'fite memorye & sownde will do make last will & testate as followeth ffirste to almightye god I giue & bequithe my soull trustinge by Jesus Christes Redempc'on & mercye only to be saued I will that my bodye be buryed in gateshed churche besydes my husband ther to be comelye buryed & brought furthe wth the costes of my goodes ffirste to be levyed & to y poore of this p'ishe to be distributed by ye collectors I giue x'. Also my debts to be payd wch be at this day writton in a bill subscribed wth gentelmens hands & others as they arise in my siknes & can be prou'd It’m I will that Richard wheteleys goodes shall be payd of my goodes to xp'ofor hixons handes for the boyes vse wch is a xj'. xj. whome I put in trust wth him according to a bounde herein Also I giue to my daughter Isabells children xx' a pece that is iij. Also to my daughter Jayn & hir husband ffoure kyen. Also I giue to Anne shele a cowe. It'm to margaret whitfeyld an other cowe. It'm to Anne white a cowe. It’m to euerye one of my seruantes besydes ther wages xijd a pece my raymente to my body I giue to my daughter Jane. The Residue of my goodes I giue to be equallye devidet after my debts beinge payde & legacies giuen & ye boyes Richard whietleys p'te payd oute betwen my two children Mathow white & Jayn hixon & of this my last will & testament I mayke myn executors to execute truly this my

last will my naturali son Natho whyte & my son in law xp'ofor hixon iointlye & yf ether of them refuse the executorshipe & office yewch I haue put them in trust wth, the other shuld haue the full authorite only & alone to be the executor of this my testament. This to be my will. Thes witnesses hearafter writen & assigned doe recorde-John Lumley Will’m birche & John colston.


1 Robert Horne, appointed Bishop of Winchester in 1561, having been previously Dean of Durham.

THE INVENTORY of all ye goods & cattels movable & unmovable of Margaret Cottom late wyfe of James Cottom gentelman of Gaiteshead as it was praysed by the iij men Richard Jackson Will’m Dicson Alixander berlay, xp'ofortedcastell ye 8 of Joune 1564. In y& HAULE. Imp’mis one Iron chimney, one porr, one payre of toynges, gibcrokes rakincroke, & racks xxs. -One table, ij formes wth a littell stole x

_One cownter iiijeij carpent clothes vs—ij chayres viija—xiij candelstiks viij'.-One morter, one pestel, one chawfindish iïije

–One Almerye xOne copborne vjs viijd-vij littel tinpotts & a salt ijs viijd—ij great peuter potts & a buntin pot iij®. inje-One basin and vre of pouter iij' --Xv puter dublers xx-xj puter dublers viije-vj puter dishes iiij* _x pottingers & iij sawsers iiij® –One pottel pot, on can of puter one quarte pot, a pinte pot, a gil pot wth others ij viijd-One lauer iiijd_v quicians & a carpent clothe xx°-One bread grate vjd.-iiij stone potts ij pep’quernes viija—One glas case & iij glasses viija_xj sylver spones xxX_One lattes viija_ One paynted clothe xija - One hall house Almry ij formes ijs. vja. IN THE KITCHINGE. ffirst one Iron chyney wth rackes two Řayckincrokes & iiij spetes xx'.- one brasse pot wth an Iron bowe xvs— vij brasse potts & two Iron potts xx—two droppin pannes ij*. viijd.-an old caldron & an old catell iijs —viij brasspannes vs—two cawels & a bread brayk iiij-ij sayes & a chayre xija—ij payre of pothokes & in flesh hokes and a pot lid of Iron viija_one brew lead a maskin fat one gilefatt & a woort tub xviij*—a flesh tub & a bulting chiste iij". iiijd.-a flesh kit, ij lauyn tubbs xvja_iij washinge tubbs xija. MILKE HOUSE. First a pan wth eares v-ij yetlinges iiije – a kirne & a varges barrel xiiij -a bandreth, a payre of toinges viija—all ye milke vessell vje viijdxvj old chesis, v stone of butter xiiij.-xvij new chesis ix'.-ij trestes on varges brake xijd.-ij bordes viija-one hairle bed xvja. IN Y PERLER.

One inner bed of waynscot x-a stand bed viiijd—a p’sser of way’scot xvjø.-iij chestes vija -a dannc' coffer ij$ vjd_iij line shets, iij old sheats, iij han'gis viijs_iij borde clothes, ij towels, vij napkins vs—ij harden towels iiijd-v payre of harden sheats viije -- ix pound of heklid linte vj.-tallocandle & wood dishes vjø -ij vestaments, ij tonakles, ij stoles one albe wth iij hangers xx',-vj yeards of new lin & iiij yeards of new harden clothe ve— the reu’sion of brode clothe ije vja-xix yeards of sake web iijo. inja—ix hespes of line, & à xj hanks of harden yarne xiiij.-one harden shete xija La fether bed a boulster & a code xij'.- iij couerlits, ij happinges, iiij blankets, iij coddes wth an old matres x'-v quicians xvj«-a stele capp & a couering xx°-a tin bottel vjd_a capcase wth a looke viija. IN YE LOFTE ffirst ij stand bedds wth postes

vjø. viija_iij chistes iij®. iiijų – ij cotes of plate xiije iiijd—yo best fether bed & a boulster x-another fetherbed & a boulster vjø -one matres ij". iiij—vij fether coods v-viij couerletes xv> one quilte &a bed coueringe inje — in blankets vj$. viija_one payr of woll comes vjd-a basket & iij kreles xijd--a batiell axe, a blake bill and a mall viije — ij old blankets iij®. iiijd—a fether bed & a bouster iij®. injo.-ij somes a cowter a rostin iron & a spade iije-a presser a cownter a stand bed vj'. viijd:-wolle spon & tobe spone xije—inj leapes xija—a pale, & a milke syle inja_iij sakes xija — vj yeardes of white clothe vj* :-vj yeardes of blacke clothe vj viija_ iiij Jackets x'. In v' FEYLD AT Y, READ HEUGHE. xxiij kye a bull & vj calves xxx'.—xxj yowes, & iij topes liij. inja—v lambes inje—a stone & a halfe of wolle vje-xix yeards of lin, & x of harden xv",--all wood about ye house xs-iij kirtles of worset, & one of clothe, & a petticote xxvjø vinja—ij frokes one of worset & an other of clothe wth a yard of veluet xxx-one trayned gown wth a gard of veluet xxvjø. vijd.-a cassok of worset wth a gard of veluet & an other of russet a froke & a cloke xxvj". viija—ij kye xlvjk. viij".-iij why stirks xxjo.-ix patles & four payre of roffes vj$_-v linen couer cheffes xvjø. viija-one hare broshe inje--a faune skine, a payre of sere plathes inj"—a quarter & a halfe of lin' clothe vj. -halfe a bend of lather, & a waistecote xxd.

CLXX. JOHN COPLANE, OF WITTON GILBERT.! In the name of god Amen the xxij day of fabruari in the yere of ou’ lord god 1564 I Jhone Coplane ye elder duelling in Witton gilbert toune being crased in bodie yit in good memori maks my last testament in man' and forme fouloing first I bequith my soule to Almighty god my maker & redeemer and my body to the earth in christians buriall in saynt michaels church yard according to the lawes of this realm now vsed I bequith to my son Jhone Coplant x shepe and my brone cowe also to the sayd Jhone my grete brass pott and to his doghters amonghst them inj peace of puder It’ I giv to my sone thomas coplant x shepe wth my takked cow and a litle brass pott wth a puther dishe to his doghter and I will yt my third cow be sold to any yt will giv most for hir and wth ihe pic therof to bring me honesly forth wth all when I am dead and buried and ye rest of the mony yt remanes of ye cow p’ce be equalle devided be

1 This Will is valuable for the simplicity of its arrangements. The Inventory is also of an interesting nature.

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