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Inventory of the goods of Jane Kingsman, widow of Sevington. 1721


The true and perfect inventory of all the goods chattels rights and credits of Jane Kinsman late of Sevington in the parish of Lydalimore in the county of Wilts widow deceased, had taken viewed and appraised the twenty ninth day of May Anno Domini 1721. By William Millard of Seventon aforesaid yeoman and Humphrey Ricketts of Castle Combe in the county of Wilts aforesaid yeoman as followeth (that is to say) (viz)

The Exchequer year £10

In the Inner Parlour Chamber:
One dozen of cushions and trunk
One chest
One trunk and side cupboard one box three pair of brass andirons



£1

10s
5s


In the bed Chamber:
One bed and bed stead and what thereto belong
Three coffers one chest and other things
All her wearing apparel woollen linen and other linens
3 gold rings

£1

£3
£1

10s
12s
10s
10s

In the Parlour:
One table board and frame one joint form one settle one little board one old grate one pair of dogs one pair of andirons and
two pair of shovels and tongs
£1
10s


In the Hall:
One table board and frame four joint stools two kettles
One brass pot three Bell metal pots and one Bell metal skillet One warming pan, one jack and spit
Seven pewter platters 6 plates and other small things with three brass candle sticks
£1


12s

15s
In the Kitchen:
One brass pan one bell metal pot one tub and other small matters
One brass kettle

10s
2s


6d
In the stable:
One yoten stone


3s





Total £24 9s 6d

Witness and Appraisers:

William Millford
Humphrey Rickett

 





Last updated 23 December 2011