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of wandes. xxij stone of woll iij'. xx bolls of wheat vij'. Rye x bolls & a bushell iiij'. Bere xxvj bolls iiij'. Otes xx bolls jij?. HOUSEHOLDE STUFFE AT LITELL SWYNBORNE [&c.] Sir John Forster Knight Lord Warden dooth owe as appereth by an obligacion 1!. Also by waye of couen't lxx!. Katherine Forster wydowe late wief to Roulande Forster for her sayd husband xij!. Francis Armorer xxxvs. Mr Thom's Forster of Edderston xxxij. Thon's Woodrington for money lent to his father xijl. For a mare viij'. Due vnto the sayd Roger Woodrington for his annuitie graunted by the Quenes Matie x'. Funeral expences xx'. Legacys lxxvj Servaunts wages & there lyveries x'.
CCLXXXV. SIR JOHN DALLAVALL, OF SEATON DALLAVALL,
The xxxj" daye of december ano RR Elizabeth decimo quarto In the Name of God Amen In the yeare and daye abouesaid I John dallavall of seaton dallavall in the countie of northumberland knight
and p'fytt of memorie althoughe seike in bodie maiketh this my laste will ande testamente in man' and fourme following ffirst I bequithe my sowle to god
creatour trusting to be saved by the meritts of christs deathe ande passion my bodie to be buried in the chappell of our ladie at seaton dallavell with mortuaries fun'alles and other requisits meate for my vocacion ffirst I will ande bequithe to henrie dallavell my second sonne my demeane of blackallerton together withe two fermeholds nowe in the tenuer of me the said sir John Dallavell to have and enioye the same during his liffe naturall the remand' thereof to my sonne Robert dallavall and his heirs lawfullie begotten And for defaute of suche issue to the right hairs of me the said sJohn dallavall
the said henrie doing the accustomed s’vice to my said sonne Robert dallavell and his heirs during all the tearme of his lyffe naturall It'm I will and bequithe to thomas dallavell one other of my young' sonnes one anuall rente or yearelie annutie of tenne pounds to be taken out of my landes of
and bethe stone the same rente to be yearelie paid to my said sonne Thomas by the hands of Robert dallavell my sonne and heire apparnnte
heire as shall succede me And in defaute of payment that yt shalbe lawfull to the said thomas dallavall my sonne to enter
same rente the said land in branton and bethettston and the same yearlie rente onlie to
Jnduer to my sald sonne thomas dallavall during And whereas I the said sir John dallavall hadd deliu'ed to my hands the portions of fyve childrin of my brother Edward dallavall
portions of euery of them aleaven pounds in the hole fytie & fyve pounds I therefor will that the said portious be childer that is to saye to Josua Rauphe clement peter and barbara dallavell to every of them a leaven pounds
my saide sonne Robert dallavall James Ogle Robert rames thomas cramlington and John ogle shall thinke meat & conveinent
give bequithe & ratifie to Josua dallavall my
brother Edward dallavall sonnes one annualle rente of fyve marcks before gyven
for his s'vice doing to my sonne Robert dallavall during the liffe naturall of the said john dallavall to be taken out of my lands and for defaute of yerelie payment thereof the saide Josua to enter and distreane in the said lands of hartlie It'm I will that thomas
possesse and enyoye during all the terme of his liffe naturall the fermehold called West hedwyne paing therefore to the said sir heirs the some of xxs at the vsuall tearmes for the same accustomed wth s'vice vsuall & accustomed It'm where's John dalavall
father of me the said s' Jolin dallavall by his will & patent gyve & assigne to thomas walton for his liffe naturall & for his s'vice
ande his heirs the occupac'on of one fermehold in hartlie in the tenuer of the said thomas walton res’ving onlie to hym & his heirs the nowe I will & bequithe to the said thomas walton the said viij' also for & during the liffe naturall of the said thomas walton & for his
It'm I will and bequithe to Anthonye dallavall one fermehold in hartlie in th’occupat’on of one gawyn skipsie during the liffe naturall
Anthonye dallavall and for his s'vice doing to me and myne heires wthout rente paing. It'm I will and and bequithe to John hill during his
and for his s'vice doing one other fermehold in hartlie in the tenuer also of the said gawen skipsie wthout any rente paing Item
bequithe to John hunter one score of gymbers. It'm I gyve & bequithe to my two doughters anne dallavall and katheryn dallavall of them one hundreth marks of lawfull englishe money towards their p'ferment whiche said some of two hundrethe marks shalbe taken
lands & goods and in considerac'on that my said sonne and haire Robert dallavall maye be the more able to maynteane a resp’full trade in his housse keping I therefore will that my said sone Robert have & enyoye all my lands & goods
in respect that he shall
discharge my debts fun'alls legases and my two doughters portions being aith' of them one hundreth marks and also I maike my said sone dellaval my sale executor to order all things orderlie according to my truste in hym reposed In Witnes whereof I have setto my hand & seale the yeare & daye abovesaid before theis Wittness's Jamesogle Robert Rames, Mathew ogle, thomas cramlington, henrie wickliffe John ogle
THE INVENTARIE of all the goods movable and unmovable beloninge to sir John dalavell of seton delavell knight deceased prased by ollever
of borodon Jarreat lawson of cramlington gentlemen John hall and mathew ladlaye of hallyvell yoman the vj of may in the fortynte yeare of the reigne of of soveringe ladye queene elizabethe by the graice of god quene of englande ffrance and Jerlande defendor of the ffaithe etc, in the
of or lorde god 1572 as here after folowethe Inprimis oxene xlij prased too lvj'-xxxix kye prased to xxxix! —vj stottes thre yeares olde prased to inje-viij stotts ijo years olde iiij! — viij quyes two yeres olde inj-yere olde xxij stirkes vl_whether's and dymnovnts xl, vilj?- yowes x score xxxiij--hoggs vij score xiij"—toupes vij, xxjø-one stonde hors vij – one stonde colte xls—v naggs vj' xiij®—one stone meare xxx*—svyne xj, xliiijs – corne in stacke xl'-corne of the grounde sowen at seton xvj – corne of the grounde sowen at hartlaye vji viljø —co'ne of the grounde sowen at callerton v' xije—howshode stuffe xl—plowes and waynes wth ther fournetour vijl-Sum' totalis cccix' viij®.
DEBBTS. To Annes dalavell a hunderethe marks- To katheringe dalavell a hundrethe marks– To dorathe errington xl-To Jane dalavell vj' xiije injo— To Josua dallavell xj —To Rauffe dallavell xj — To clemett dallavell xj — To peter dellavell xj'— To barbara dallavell xj"— To Margarett dallavell xv'- To brian asquethe xj! xiiij® To Anth' letches wyffe xj' vjø viija.To thomas liddail iij. To s' henrye percye vi-To John gray drapp" iij' vj" viij“—To Richerde Reede vjø viijd—Servants waidges ix' viije — And for my fathers funerall a hunderethe markes. Sum'a totalis cciijxxl viij.
CCLXXXVI. THOMAS DAWSON, OF ELWICKE, CLARKE. In the name of god amen the xxiijth day of februarij a° d'ni 1572 1 Thomas Dawson off Elwicke Clarke sycke in bodye but good and perfecte off remembrannce thankes be to god dothe ordayne and make this my last wyll and testamente in
manner ande forme folowinge fyrst I wyll and bequyethe my sowle vnto allmyghtie god my maker and redemer humbly besechinge my Savyoure Jesu Chryste that I maye be one off his electe amongste the blessed Companye in heaven and my bodye to be buryed within the chancell of the p'ishe churche of Elwicke. fyrst I geve to the poore people in Elwiek towne iij. inijd Item I geve to the poore of Mydlam p'ishe vjeh vija Ii'm I gere to wedowe notman viija. Item I geve to wedowe Jeffraye vilja Item I geve to the poore at hartlepoole injsh ija Item to the poore at dawton xxd It’m to two blinde men at hooton viija Item I geve to george dawson my brother two meires goinge at Newton hansell xiiij shepe hogges iij bee hyves a coverledd and a mattresse and three stone off' wolle. Item I geve to Roger Johnson my syster Sonne a reade cowe & x vowes a paire off bedstockes withe the hanginges a father bedd wth the bolster Item I geve to Ezabell Johnson a whye and vj yowes and two beehyves Item I geve to my syster Margarethe Johnson a hawked cowe & thre stone of woll a graye meare and a folle an oversea coueringe tenne yowes and tenne shepe goynge at brunton & three be hyves. It'm I geve to Thomas dawson my brother two yowes. Item I geve to will’m dawson my brother ijo yowes. It'm I geve to Thomas Johnson two bee hyves It’m I geve to will’m Johnsonne two beehives. It'm I geve to Sir Robert blaxton a bee hyve. Item I geve to Sir henrye beyes clark my best longe gowne and a peace off worssett. Also I charg my executors to paye all mye debtes. The resydewe of all my goodes moveable and vnmoveable my debtes payde and legaces discharged I geve to George dawson my brother Margarethe Johnson my syster Roger Johnson her sonne whome I ordaine & maik Jointly executors of this my present will and last testament. Recorders Robert Corner will’m crawe and Robert blaxton clarke. Item I geve to Mr thomas Midleton one olde aungell whom I ordayne & maik sup’visor of this my will desyring him to be good maister to my poore freandes as my trust is in him.
THE INVENTORYE of all the goods moveable & not moveable apperteinynge & belonginge to Thomas Dawson clarke of Elwicke the daye of his deathe beying the sixth of Maij praysed by fower Indifferente menne Will'm Cragges Robert Corner Will'm shereton and Will’m Crawe. Inp’mis two meres going at Newtonhansell xiij shepe hoges iij bee hyves a coverled & a mattresse & thre stone of wolle iiij' ix-a read cow & x° yowes a paire of bedstocks wth the hangings a fether bed win the bolster 1s-a whie & sixe yowes & ijo bee hives xxxvijo inja-a hawked cowe, iij stone of wolle, a graie meare, & a foole, an
oversea coveringe tenne ewes and tenne shepe goinge at brunton & iij bee hives iiij' ij? —iiij ewes & v bee hives xxiij viija — all his APPARELL, thre long gowns xle—a cloke, ij jacketts & thre payre of hosen ij shertes x—three chistes, a chaire, a forme & two kaykes of waxe vs. Summ xvjl xvij.
Theis be THE DEBTES yt are owen vnto ye said testator as followethe. ffyrste Raffe Simpson of lent monye xlxiije iiijd— Robert hodshon of lent monye xl - George Cliff clark of lent mony vj' xiij viija–George Dawson vl vjå viijd_Will’m Atkinson of barwicke of lent monye xxxviije — Richard Stott of lent monye iij® — Richard greane xx*—John francland of amerston in lent monye xxxviija viija_Richard markendell of hartilpool xs inja_Cuthberte nolmanne in lente monye x' – Will’m p'kison for my wages xx-and for Richard bee xxs-Christofor Ratcliffe vjø viija_ Will’m shereton for a fother of coales - John fynley iiijd__laborne off Corneforth in lent monye xxs-Robert blaxton clerke xxvjø viijd — Anthony preston xx*— The p'ishe clarke of seidgfeild xls - Will'm shereton in lent monye xx– Will’m brimley xiij— sherewood of Esington xxxv°_ wm turbett in lent monye xijam' hanfeild of stotfold xxvjø viija. Sum xxxviij". The Šum of all the goodes is cleare lijl
. Signed and sealled the xxiij of maij anno d'ni 1573 in the p’nce of Thomas Knighton s' Robi blaxton John roddam georg cuthbert georg Jordaine thors moo -signu' georgij + Roger Jhoson.
CCLXXXVII. 1572 THOMAS SPARK BUSHOPP OF BARWICKE'
( ex dorso). over and besyde the stock
the said hospitall the Inventorye therof full furnished veyuved and praised by Thomas Lambard Symon hubback Willm Layborne & alaine ponchon. Julij 1572. MY LORDS AP’ELL Two worsett
I Thomas Sparke, a Monk of Durham--of Durham College, Oxford — B. D. 1 March, 1528-9.-Prior of Holy Island—Suffragan Bishop of Berwick upon Tweed, under Tunstall, Bishop of Durham, in 1537, by the act 26 Henry VIII.--consecrated by Lee, Archbishop of York, in the same year- Master of Gretham Hospital, in 1541_First Prebendary of the third stall in Durham Cathedral, in May, 1542-Rector of Wolsingham in 1547. His will, which is printed at length in Raine's North DURHAM, p. 128, and which is of a very interesting nature, makes provision for his burial in Durham Cathedral, in front of the altar at which he had officiated when a Monk ; but Chambre, the Durham Historian, states that his steward and executor sold the marble slab, which the Bishop had, in his life-time, prepared for the purpose of covering his remains, to one of the Prebendaries, and buried his master at Grethan. For other particulars relative to Bishop Sparke, whose name has so often occurred in the preceding pages, the reader is referred to the History of North DURHAM.