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gyve vnto my sonne John tompson my best gune It'm I do gyve vnto an more a new whytt cote wth a chist to kepe hir gear

Also I will & bequieare mAnthony mydleton of kepeyeare to be the sup’visor of this my last will & testament in considerac'on thereof I do gyve vnto ye said Mr Anthony mydleton a gylted sylver reinge for a tocking laste of all I do gyve & bequieth vnto my welbeloved doughter An tompsonn all my goods moveablye & vnmoveablye whome I ordayn and make my Soll executrix my debts discharg & paid In wytnes whereof I the said michiell

' Tompson haue setto my Syng as followithe Wyttnessis of this will & testamant henry fairehalleps Robert Braideshawe John farbyk Edward wrytter.

CCLX. GEORGE SMITHE, OF DURHAM. Aug. 20. 1570.- my bodye to be buried in the churche yeard of the northe baley on the est syde of the thorne trea

INVENTORY 25 Jul i571. Inter alia One cupbord carved vinjs -One gowne of london blew furred & faced wth black conye xxvj". viija. One gown faced wth fox xxvj. viijd. One gown faced wth fewnes xx'. One old gown faced wth blake coney xs. One

One gowne faced with Shanks xvj". One dublett of chaingable saircenett ijs. iiijd &c. One coveringe of baltkyn lynid wth blew buckeron xiij. inja. One lairg coveringe wth Images vij”. One chist cou'd wth blake ley' xs. One litle eoffer cou'd wth blake ley' & banded wth yron inj. One silke hatt xxd. Certeyn old books ij$. - One old ryall, two old nobles & vs in gold iiij' xvj". 8d. In cheike a syds xj 1 gunne

In spanishe money xxxiij". vja. S'm tot. bonor. xxvij!. inj$. viijd. Debts To his hostes baker for one quarters bord xxvj'. viijd. To his Landerer viija. The fun'rall expences xxxvs.

Rem' clare xxjl iiij.

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CCLXI. LIONELL SNAWDON, OF BRADFURTH, LABORER. The Inventarie of all & singler the goods and cattalls moveable & vnmoveable wch lionell Snawdon late of Bradfurthe in ye countye of Yorke laborer deceased had & was owner vpon wthin the Dioc' of Durh’m at the day of his deathe

ffyrst at Coltp’ke in Northu'berland as ffolowth. Item iij kye wth yr calves.iiijl-vj yowes & lambes xxv-s. viija_whether sheip viij* -iiij dynmont sheep xij” –-a lining sheite ij vjų–A stott that ye said lionell lent John Brown xvj. S’m vij' v.ija.

John Snawdon Alderma' of morpethe owth ye said lionell for one fatt oxe xxiije — wydgit ffenwicke of Sta’ton for one speir staff ijs vịja—Roger ffenwicke of Stainton haithe a sword of ye said lionells worthe vs Richard ffenwike of the same owethe the said lionell in borrowed money vj". S'm xxxvijviija. S'm tolis ix' ij.

CCLXII. THOMAS NEVELL, OF RABIE, GENT.' THE INVENTARIE of thomas nevells goods quike and dead laite of Rabie gent sene & p'ised the xijth of februarie Ano 1570 by thes iiijor honest me' henrie thompson will’m Crawfurthe John Todd and John Bailes.

Imp’mis ij kye iij' & one meyre xxxiiij-herd corne & oits vnberied xlvjø viija-certen brasse vessell & certen puder vessell wth ij latten candlestiks xijone reckin croke, j spete j cressett one kettle, ij cawdrons, one rosting yro', one paire of tongs viije-one cupbord xïïijs--one kirne, one scuttle, iij aile potts, ij barrells one busshell, one meat table, wth ij skeills & vij bourds iiijs vja. All bis rayment, j lyn sheit, one harden sheit, one codwaire xx_one old bedd clothes, two bourds, one secke & one poike žijo vjd—one harden paist sheit, one harden leven clothe painted clothes j arke, one lode saddle, one tonne, iij old tubbs and A kytt xvs vija—A gannr & ij henns xxj". One bed clothes in rabie mill ijs iiijų. A morter to braye spice in one haye spaid, one pottinger, & one ledder flackett wih certen wood vessell jij iiijd - one litle hatchett one axe vj_sex acres of herd corne in cleatlam feild iiij. S’m xiiij' xijs xd. DETTS that he was owing the said daye and yeare ffyrste to John tod and w'm tod of Rabye for two children por cons of goods as more plainlie shall appeare by one obligac'on iiij' iijs iiija & for rent of the saime vnpaid xxxs-cxiij iiija—for the quenes rent in rabie üije. vj'.—for the quenes rent in shotton iiij ijs—for rent in cleatlm to the dean of Durh’m & the chapiter yr xxxiijiiija_for ye rent of Rabie myln xliij viijd—to John wodm's miln' of the same for iij q’res waigs xvje—to edward wedderell, for his waigs x'—to lancelot em son for h's waigs iij--to ailes litle for hir q're waigs ijó vjų to mr John Killinghall for A whye xvs—to John

i Unquestionably of the family of the Earl of Westmoreland, who, in the year before the date of this Inventory, had forfeited his estates. Times with the deceased must have been greatly changed, when instead of paying his rent to the head of his house, the Queen became his landlord. The Inventory seems to prove that at the time of his death, which was probably hastened by the misfortunes of his family, he was exercising the humble vocation of a miller.

baills of shotion iij®—to thom's pereson of Rabye ij' xd to old pereson wyffye of Rabie xxix': - to John doth whate for v kye jeast xx®-to will'ın cokefeld for a meyre xxx34 4¢— to old geoge bailes for j pake saddle & v pennce worth of clowt lether ijs xd_to roland phillope iiij viija—to Thomas Birkdell x'—to barberie nevell for the ferme of v yowes & y p'ce of ye same xxiiij®—to Bern'd nattresse xviija — to James lawson for dressing of a saddle xijd—to henrye Thompson xijo injd to vx' wimbrabant for a chease xij"—to Arthur wodm's wif wedo vinja - to Ric pickerin for v bz of rye vj$ xj—to Johu Em’son of shotton iijs — to John fed'stone for vj pecks rye ijs ixd—to ye said John for one bz bigg xvjd—to John Ewbanke for strawe iij® --to the said John for ij bz of otes & half A bz rye iijo ija— to Cuthb'rt bales for one arke & one lodd of malt xiiij viija

—borowed of wm herison iij viija_borowed of nicholas barber injs—to xp'ofor dent xiiij® inijd—to Thomas Wilson xijs—for the fun’all expenss vijs—to Ralf Watson for his hand labor & fyve lodd of dong xvjă—for repac'on of ye howse vjø viija—for ijo of his sisters childre' porc'ons of goods whose names are Eliz lon' & Margarett lon' xx a peice eyr of them xls. S'm to'is Debitor xxvj' xij ja.


MARINER. Inventory 20 Nov 1570. Inter alia, In money xviij' vj“. In gold iiij flaunders crownes v old angels & two new ryalls iiij' xiiij". A silver salt, a silu' peace weying xiiij ownce & iij quarters at iiij the ownce lix. ix silu' spones, a silu' whissell

, a tablet, a silu' hart, iij silu' gaudies, beeds, a crucifix, ij paire of crooks a tach, ij small kepers, xvj old pennc all co'teyning in weight 17 ownce & a q'ter iij' ixs. ij women belts wth ij heads & the berers 17 ownces & a quarter iij' ixo. A Ribben of grean silk a purse & a belt of french wyer xvją.—a chalder sand coles xx4.—a black bill & ij staffes viija ij stones of occam tow xija

-Pledges being in his hand. Of will’m waughes wife a frocke wch lyeth in pawne of xviij. A paire of ambers beads wth ix silu' gaudies in pledg at viija.-ij salt fish & an half xvd.

CCLXIV. WILLIAM DAGG, OF GATISSHED, SPURRIER. In the name of god amen the xviijth of Decembre 1570 I will’m Dagg of the towne of Gatisshed spurrier being sicke in my body but yet I praise god being pfit in remembrance make

this my last will & testament after this man' & forme folowing, first of all I co’mit my soull to almightie god who hath created me in to this word and to Jesus Christ my holy savior and redem' who hath redemed me wth his most p'cious bloud & if shall please almightie god of his m’cy and goodnes to take me vnto his m'cy from this p’sent world then I will that my body shalbe buried in the church yard of Gatished. Item I geue to yo poore mans box ij$. It'm


Gerard fennicke of haterton is owen vnto me for one bay horse xx'. John Retterforth of Morpeth is owing me xxxvjø viija. John coupr of angherton xx'. Gerard Cutler of Angherton xiiij". thomas tailer of Alnwick xvjø. viij". John Neilson of berington xxvs. Richard heworth of hartley for one horse xvj$ and one sevmond Robert Jackson of Duddaue for one maire xxs. Thomas selby of gryndon for one saddill inje. Rob't Du’ne of

owes vnto me inje. Item Will’m Johnson of Burston viijø. Edward humble of chirton xiij. iiija: Item tho' pu’shon of Pelay xiij®. & inja. It’ Will’m neilson of hartborne xx'. Jeffrey Reyne of Darlington xls. John Richardson of kirkley vjø. viijd. Roger blythman of Newcastle xxiij. inja. Anthony Stappleton oweth me as co'cerning one reckning liij. iiij. the lord of Newton in Glendall' x'. these be the debts that I will’m Dagg doth owe as foloweth. It'm to Rohard Rea clark xxxiij. iiij. Also I giue my house ye I dwell in af' my death vnto my wife Alleson dag during her wedowhed and if she chaunce to mary then the said house to come to my sonne Andrewe Dagge & his heires lawfully begotten of his body failing that he haue no ishcwe of his body then the said house to come to the rest of my men children All the rest of my goodes movable and vnmovable I geue to Allison Dagg my wife and all my children whom I make


holl and full executors of this my last will & testament & they to see all things truly discharged to the trew meaning therof wch I pray god it may be to his glory & my soulles helth witnesses & recordes of this my last will and testament Nicholas Allen, Thomas hobson, Robert Black, John hutchinson clerke.

The INVENTORY of all the goods movable & vnmovable of Will’m Dagg prased by iiij men will’m Donkin laurence stampe John Becke Will’m potts yo yong' ye viij of february 1570.

Imp’mis one Iron chymney ij rost Irons, one spete, one por, one paire of tonges one recken crooke vj$—one kettill, iiij pannes viij iiij brasse potts, a frying pan vjó viija—iij pottell pottes, j

| The Strothers were at this period owners of Kirknewton, or Newton in Glendale. The deceased appears to have had very extensive dealings from the Tees to the Tweed.

o'rt pot & pint pot ix-Xv peace of puther vessell, iij saltes and ij pottingers xijo—j table, j basing, vij ca’dlesticks, one long settle, ij fourmes v8-j ambry, & a drinke ambry viije — xiiij paire of hose vje—one cloke, & one gowne xvjø—ij dublets vje ij Jackets and one Girkine vję—j shart, j cap, j hat, iij viije—ij fether coddes, iiij flocke coddes vje--iij coverlets & iij old happins viije —xxtie yardes of wollen cloth xxix pound of happin yarne iijs—one chist, & one coffer vijs ija-one paire of buts & an old swerd ij viijd—j paire of bed stocks & j old p’sser iiijev old quissions viija-ij paire of bedstocks & the hangings vs. xxtie stone of old butter xxxiijs inj«—ij bowells of Ry vs inija-ij peckes of malte xijd_vj tubs one little sea iij skeales, iij litle tubs inje—one old cont", j chist, j peck & a fyedle inje-iiij old skeales & j pakcloth xxd—ij paire of wood skeles one bilstaffe inje-one trusse in hay ijé-one horse & one mare xl $_one cowe xviij" — ij pack saddles & ther gere iij®—the work gere belonging to ye shopp & one little of Iron xiij iiija-j old hauling & one forme viij®—fouer lynnen sheats ix harde' sheits xxviij pillowers wij coddes vs ija-one bourd cloth, ij towels iiij napkins ije—ij dosen trenchers, ij croses vj dishes, one paire of teymes viija. Sum'a xyl viijs viija. DEBTS OWEN To will'm dagg as foloweth Gerard fennicke of haterton xxs_John Rutterforth of Morpeth xxxvjø. vjd_John

of Angerton xx'— Gerard Culter of Angerton xiiijs_tho' tailer of Alnwicke xvjø viij.-Geffray Reine of Darlington xls-John Richardson of Kirkley vjs viija—Roger Blythman of Newcastle xiij* vijaAnthony stappleton lij iiijd_will’m strotter the lord of newton in Glendall x _John Neilson of Berington xxvs- Rich' heworth of hartely xvj$— Rob’t Dune of Etellijs—will’m Johnson of Burston viij* _Edward humble of chirton xiijo iiiją— Thomas Punsheon of Pelay xiijo inja_will’m wilson of hartburne xx*. Sum’a xvj? x® ija. Debts ył ye said will’m Dagg oweth. To Richard Rea xxxiij iiijų–To Margaret Rannd xx*—for shop ferme iiij to Richard whitfeild one yerd & iij quarters of lynen elothijs vj-thomas wigh’mije_To Nicholas Teisdell as co'cerning one gray mare vjd viija

—to Richard Acrig for j yerd and a half of white iiją – Peter bell for a dublet iijs - thomas howes for shering xxd Sun’a iij' xvije. vja.

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