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tuen my son Jhone and thomas
Also I giv more to my sone thomas one whete rege yt is sawen in Northumberland Witnesses the Curat Jhone brone prest bartram hurd and Jhone Copland wth others.
An Inventori of Jhone Coplants goods ye elder dwelling in witton gilbert tone deseesed apprased the xx vjth day of fabruari in the yere of our lord god 1564 by thes iiij honest men viz bartram horde Jhone gelson Robert gelson Richard Wrangam.
Imprim's his best Jacket ijs viija_his best hose xija—his best dublatt xija—a nother Jackett xvja_a secondari dublatt vizja a nother payre of hose viijd—another Jackett iija-one old dublatt iiija—ij shetes iję.—one yron rakincrok injd. his swerd and dagger xijd—ij brass potts iij®. iija.-iiij peac of puther xvja-one potager & a candelstek ija-one Jron spete irija one old broken handrey vja-one pare of showes viija—ij of hony xvją—so mutch hay vnspended as as valud to ijs_an acre of ware corne prased to iij. inju.-ij kyne eather of them xvj$—a whi siij. iiija:-x weather shepe everi of them ijs iiijax yowes & g’mers everi of them ije-ix hogg shepe every of them xvja. S'm vjl vs. ija The Detts OWING TO THE DEAD Imprim's Robert hall owith xija_Robert Watson xija. S’m ij$. the totall s’m wth the Detts comes to vjl vijo iju. THE DETTS YT YE DEAD OWE Imprimis for the reparations of the houses longing to the same is prased to the s'm of xx®. S’m
It ther is owing by the dead tho rob't dobson of shiplaw viij':-to my sone thomas coplant v_S’m xiije. Imprim's for the’xpenses in his sicknes time wth arvel costes xxs. vja. It' for writing the Inventori & will & expenses att the prising of the goods comes to xviija: Sim xxij. S’m tot' deduct liiij". So remainth clere iij' xiij. ijd.
CLXXI. JOHN COKESON, CORDENER, IN GATESHED.
John Cokeson cordener in Gateshed. Inventory 19 Oct. 1564. Inter alia iiij dossen schoes ij$. viija. (ita)—broken ledder xxxij. The shope geare x*.
His clothes, a gowne a cloke a Jacket two dublets two payr of hose xxx'.
Mr bartram owes for makinge a girken xx4.*
CLXXII. ROBERT WILD, OF EVENWOOD. Fabruari xiiij 1564– to Jhone my eldest sonne a blucote and a dublett of cassaye- -vnto Robert my sone a bleve cote,
lord of northfolks' leverye-vnto Lancelot my sone a broune cote-vnto Alleson my doghter one whi calf and to have the grasse of it vnto it be a cow.*
CLxxII. LIONELL EMERSON, OF HUNTER BANKS. Inventory. 25 May 1564. Thre Jackets one lether dublet ij payre of hose, ij sherts, one hat, one capp, one cloke, one sword wth a buckler, one dagar, a payre of butes wth spores a payre of shoes, one sadle, one bridle, one bowe & halfe a shafe of shafts xxx. For ij layre stawls in ye churche vj'. viijd. *
Inventory dated viij Nov. 1564. Inter alia Two last of flax att eghten pound a last – Ri xxx vijo. iiijd. the chalder -- His best goune xl.
One damask Jacket garded wih veluet xxvjø. viij". - One dagg wth flask and tutchbockes vs. One bow a shef of arrowes and a shoting glov v Debts—to the lord sofraan? xij'-to frans perdecane—to another franshman caulled dean of dep vjl. - To Sir bartra' hardwicke and haith for the same on gilt peace wth a cuver iij'. vj". viija -to Jane Anderson for a yer and a half wages xviij Io Janes is servand for half a yer wags xs.
CLXXV. ROLAND PRATT, PARSON OF WESSHYNGTON. 3 INVENTORY 18 Dec. 1565. Hys RAYMENT AND Ryding
Two saddills ij bryddells ij swerds, j dagger, ij pare boots, į pare spores, iij pare showes, inj syde gownes, iij short gownes, j clok, j olde ffusshen doublett, ij pare hoose, iïj pare boote hoose, iij sherts, ij jerkyns, j olde chamlett sleveles jackytt ij hatts, j preist cappe, ij vnder capps, vl. Debts,
i Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey, the English General at the Battle of Flodden in 1513, and afterwards Duke of Norfolk. The Testator had perhaps been in his service, and so had acquired the Livery Coat which he bequeaths to his son.
2 Bishop Sparke, whose name has already so often occurred. He seems to have been a great money lender.
3 Presented to the Rectory of Washington, 6 Jul. 1558_and apparently Rector of Rountun in Northallertonshire, where he received his tithes“ beforehand.” The wedding suit of his daughter cost, as appears, £3 11s. 10d.
INTER ALIA To Mr Thomas Craythorne esquier wch the sayd Sir Rolland had receyved beforehand for the rent of the p’sonage of West Runegton and not expyred at his death for j hole yere and on half after the rate of xj' in the yere xvjl xs. To the executors of Henry Smythe late of london Imbroderer xx'. —to John Vasye for a gowne xjø. mj4.Xp'ofer Smythe a q'ters wags x'. To Arthur Johnson of Richemond mrchaunt for the wedding rayment of Katheryn the said S Kolland doughter iij' xj. xd. For a fatt oxe xxxiij"
. iiij". Fun’all expencs xliij. vijd. *
CLXXVI. SIR RALPH HEDWORTH, OF HAWERTON, KNIGHT.'
Inventory 12 feb. 1565. [Rooms and furniture all specified] Inter alia A payr of virgenalls xls. A strawe bed (in the vtter parlor). The APPARELL. One tawennye velvet gowne furred wth black satten ij!: vjø. viija. A black såtten gowne furred wth martens inj?. A shorte taweny veluet gowne xl'. A cremessen satten dublet xxvj$. viijd. A swerd & a dagger xiij. ižja. A purse & money x“. Total ij. xlix'. xviij. x4. THE
To Thomas Hall of Durisme for blackes xiij' ij'. xd. For cappes ribbons & schotchones xxxvj. ija. Charges made at ye churche v'.
CLXXVII. RICHARD HEDWORTHE, OF WHICKHAM. ? In the name of God Amen. The xxiij of August An'o Dn'i 1565. Be it knowen to all men that I Richarde Hedworthe of Whickham being of hole remembraunce makes this my last will and testament in man' and forme following. First I bequith my soule to Almyghty God & all the companye of the saynts in Heven, and my body to be buried in Whickham Churche nyghe vnto myne owen stall. First I giv to my sone Jhone Hedworthe the house yt I dwell in and all the houshold gere as it stands wth all the cattell yt is about the house. It'm I giv to Adrian Hedworth my youngest sone twenty marke. It'm I giv to my sone Anthony Hedworthe xx nobles. It'm I giv to my sone Rob't Hedworth oth' twentie nobles. It'm I giv to my doughter Elsabethe Simpson five marke. It'm I giv to my sone Thomas Hedworth v markes. It'm I giv to my
| See his pedigree SURTEES, II., 184. ? Of the family of Hedworth, of Harraton. V. SURTEES, II., 1.7.
poore p'ishioners xls. and also I giv to the poore mans boxe iij. fija. It'm I giv to Richard Herrison and Robert Herrison my doughters children to eyther of them xx". It'm I give to every one of my servants being in my house, to every one of theme iij®. iiija: "It'u 1 giv to Robert prentisse my hind att Buspletts vjø. viija. It'm I giv to Richard Hedworthe sone to Rauf Hedworthe two rialls. It'm to my cosing John Hedworthe of Saltwelside other two rialls. It'm I giv to M'gerye Hedworthe and Francis Hedworthe my sone Rauf doughters, to eyther of them one ryall. It'm I giv to my brother Cuthbert Hedworthe and his wif and his iiij children to every one of them x'. It'm I giv to my sone Robert Hedworthe thre childten xxx'. It'm I giv to my sone Thomas Hedworthe doughter Jane Hedworthe xs. Also I giv to my doughter Elsabethe Simpsons iiij children x® a peace. Also ther is owen vnto one by Sir Rauf Hedworthe xi'. It'm Alexander Bell is owen me inj marks It'm wedow Kirkusse is owen me xxs. It'm Mayster George Lumley is owen me one teme of colles and one olde angell in gold. It’m Mr Roger Blaxton of Gibside is owen me xxs. It'm wedow Sotheran wif to Thomas Sotheran ixs. All the rest I giv vnto my sonnes Rauf, Anthony, Robert, Jhone, Thomas, & Adrian Hedworthe whom I make my executors M' Jhone Hedworthe of Saltweside supervisor.
CLXXVIII. ISABELL TETWORTH.'
In the name of God Amen. 10 Dec. 1565. I Isabell Tetworthe of the east grainge in the p'ishe of Si Gyles in the cyte of Durham wedow.--I gyve towerds reparing of the sad parishe church iij®. injd.- to my cosen Mr Anthony Mydelton one old angell in gold-to Cuthbert Mydelton my godson one frenche crown in gold—to my sonne Cuthbert Byllingh’m fortye pounds in consideration of his childes portion and other legaces which my late husband Edward Tedworth did give him.- To my daughter Byllingh’m the bay mere wch I bought of Rychard Conyers.
CLXXIX. RAPHE GALLELEY.
20 Nov. 1565. Vnto my doughter Eliz. Gallile one maiser, one paire of croks of sylver duble gylt, a crucifixe of gold, one tache of sylver gylt and a hart of sylver gilt and fyve sylver spoines. [&c.] To my wyffe Annes fower silver spoines, my best gowne [&c.] I gyve to the vpholding of ye pant the lease of the house that Thomas Newton dwells in duringe ye yeres. To my sone Will’m one Edward Noble that my father gave hym. To Willm Watson halffe a duble duckett. To Robert Anderson, Edwarde Hudspethe and Xp'ofer Surtes ev'y one of the n a old angell, &c.*
| Daughter apparently of John Claxton, of Old Park, and the wife, in the first instance, of Ralph Billingham, of Crook Hall.
CLXXX. MYCHELL ROBINSON.
Mychell Robinson of ye woodhouses par. Si Andros aukland – xvj maye 1565 —— I will my sonne Rob't have all my work geare and all my wood wc I have bought lying where he knowes my sward my saddell & my brits seing yt he be co’tent wt y' and not to covieth or desyre nothing of ye rest of my goods frome the rest of his brethering & sisters my sone Willm to have for his p'te iij gymmers hoggs a read cappe a meyld cote & a lynning shart w' x shillings in monye - to John my sone a black hacked why by legacs — to my wyf ye best cruks & best bed & so muche goods as she brought or els to have ye thirds--S'm total of Inventory ix'. ij*.*
CLXXXI. EDWARD MICHELL, PREBENDARIE OF CARLYSLE.' In the name of god amen the xxijth of october anno D'ni millisimo Quinge’tisimo sexagessimo quinto I Edward Michell clerke p'bendarie of the cathedrell church of the blessed trinytie of Carlysle Renownsinge all former testame'ts h'tofore settfurthe dothe orden maike and setfurthe this my last testame't
nerin ys co'teyned my last will in maner and fforme followinge ffirst I geue my soull to almightie god my creature and red'mer & my body to be buried wthin the chancell of that churche win wch pochinge it shall please god to call me to his marcye Item I will that eu'ie p’so & vicar pr’sente at my burryall haue xxd & there deners & eu’ye other preist xija & theyre den's Item I geue to the pow'st howshollders wthin the cytie of carlysle iij' vj viija. & that some to be deliueried by my execut's to the maiore of Carlisle that he & and the cownsell maye distribute
| Rector also of Rothbury, in Northumberland, and Aspatria, in Cumberland.