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Inventory of the goods of Phillip Kingsman, Gentleman of Sevington. 1691


April the 10th 1691 A true and perfect Inventory of all the Goods and Chattels of Phillip Kingsman late deceased of Seventon in the parish of Lydalimore taken by us:

His wearing apparel £5

In the Inner Chamber:
One bed, one bedstead, one chest, one cupboard, two trunks with other implements

£15

1s

6d
In the middle Chamber:
One coffer; two beds; two bedsteads; one trunk with some linen

£12

6s

In the Cheese Chamber:
One bed; one bedstead; some Cheese with Cheese package and other implements

£6


In the Parlour:
One table board with a carpet and cushions, one side cupboard and settle with other implements

£4

13s

8d
In the Hall:
One table board with joint Stoles, one forme, one Jack with two spitles and five plates, one bacon rack with four flitches of bacon, one warming pan with other implements

£6

5s

6d
In the Kitchen:
One Cheese presser, three brass pans, three brass pots, three Cittols, one furnace, twelve dishes of pewter with other lumber goods

£6

9s

9d
In the buttery:
Five barrels, one feeding trough with other implements

£3

15s

In the bazon:
Fourty bushels of wheat with a rick flanoll and other implements

£7


Five and thirty acres of all sorts of corn £30 16s 9d
Eight cows ****** with four young ***** & hay £33 5s 4d
Eight Cuppolls and five dry sheep £3 5s
Two horses and two pigs and wood in the backside £8 0s 6d
One wagon, one dungpott with a dzg and ayes and horse harness with other implements £12 6s 8d
In the Exchequer year inflowing £40





In all it amounts £194 6s
 
Signed: John Storntomb  

 





Last updated 23 December 2011