Back
 

Inventories, Bonds and Wills in Lancashire Record Office

   

Year

Number

Description

 

1569

1.

Inventory of goods of late Gylbart Storye,
appraised by Wylliam Hynd, Peter Baull, Thomas Gybson and Thomas Watson, 16 June 1569
[see transcript below].

1599

2.

Inventory of goods of late Robert Storer of Hutton,
appraised by John Tarne, John Aickrig, John Nycolson and Oliver Mytchell, 24 July 1599 [see transcript below].

[1687/8]

3.

Inventory of goods of late Richard Story of Preston
Patrick, appraised by Randall Wright, Thomas Camm,
Richard Skyring and John Audland, 12 January 1687
[see transcript at end].
[1687/8]

4.

Administration bond in £100, 14 January 1687.
1. Richard Storey of Windermere, William Storey
of Preston Patrick and Henry Storey of Hutton,
yeomen.

2. Thomas Bishop of Chester.
Conditions:- Richard Storey as father and
administrator, to have inventory made of goods of
late Richard Storey of Preston Patrick and exhibit
same in Registry of Richmond Court at Kendal by
14 February next;
- to administer goods according to law
and provide account by 14 January 1688[/9].
Witnesses: Goo. Scaife, Jos. Lambernt.

1707

5.

Inventory of goods of late Richard Stories of St.
Catherine Brow, Applethwaite, Windermere, yeoman,
made and appraised by John Philipson of Rayrigge
and Henry Birkett of Knotts, 11 April 1707
[see transcript below].

1707.

6.

Administration bond in .£10, 16 August 1707.
1. Elizabeth Story, widow of Richard Storyes, of
Bendrig, Killington end John Story of Applethwaite,
Windermere.
2. John Archbishop of York.
Conditions:- Elizabeth Story, as administratrix, to
have inventory made of goods of late Richard Storyes
and exhibit same in Registry of Archdeaconry of
Richmond by 20 September next;
- to administer goods according to law
and provide account by 16 August next.
Witnesses: Marma. Lambert N.P., Wm. Tunstall.

Transcriptions for the above

1. The Inve[n]torye of all ye goods of gylbart
storye p[er]ysed by us wyll[ia]m hynd pet[er] baull thomas gylson & thomas watson the 16 day of June an[no] 1569 _____

Imp[ri] mis thre kye _________________________£3................
Ite[m]y [ ]ong Beasts________________________£5....13s....4d
Ite[m] 4 hold horsses________________________ .......43s....4d
Ite[m]holle shepe & lambes____________________£3...10s.......
Ite[m] Corne upon. ye grond___________________£6................
Ite [m] 2 Swyne_____________________________........8s.......
Item] in wolle_______________________________......16s.......
Ite [m] in Camnes____________________________......12s......
Ite[m] in beddying____________________________......30s.....
Ite[m] hys Aperrall____________________________.....13s...4d
Ite[m] Arkes & other wodvesell__________________......10s......
Ite[m] in Brase & pewd(er]_____________________.....43s....4d
Ite[m] one Ambre wth reles & seves______________......10s.......
Ite[m] A gerdle Brandrathe aspet & a pere of Jonges__.......5s.......
Ite[m] Ale pots______________________________...............8d
Ite[m] malt & ots____________________________......14s........
Ite[m] Sackes_______________________________.......7s........
Ite[m] A step sat_____________________________.......6s........
Ite[m] peats________________________________......20s........
Ite[m] one Arke______________________________......2s........
Ite[m] pulltry________________________________.......3s........
_________________________________Some ys £30....7s........

The debytorye of the Sayd Gylbert Storye

Inp[ri]m[i]s to Mr. Ryo Buskell_________________£4................. Ite[m] to Gabrell Storye______________________........13s........ Ite[m] to Thomas Smyth______________________.........4s.........

Ite[m] to Ryo SaulI. of Stanton_________________......... 2s....4d
Ite{m] to Wyllm Hynd________________________........2s... 8d
Ite[m] for the chese __________________________........2s........
ite[m] to Trestrem Storye______________________........3s........
Ite[m] his buryall____________________________.......16s.......
Ite[m] to the Brygs__________________________..........2s.......
___________________________________Some £6.......5s...4d
2. The Inventorie of all the goods of Robert Storer
of hutton p[ri]sed 24 day of July 1599 by John Tarne
Join Aickrig John Nycolson & olyver mytchell
Jouras
Inprim[i]s thre kyen________________________£6...................
It[e]m one mare___________________________.........40s........
It[e]m two calves__________________________.........16s........
It [e]m in old shepe________________________£7..... 17s........ 8d.
It[e]m in lambes__________________________...........27s.....6d
It[e]m one swyne_________________________.............9s.........
It[e]m For two acre & thre Roode of medowe___...........22s.........
& medowe maune
It[e]m bigg & otes sowne___________________...........10s......... It[e]m Forks plewe beames wth other
implements______________________________.............2s........
It[e]m one hackny saddle___________________...................12d
It[e]m A lyttle old haye_____________________....................2d
It[e]m Carre ropes________________________.....................6d
It[e]m one whele__________________________....................4d
It[e]m peates_____________________________...........3s.....4d
It[e]m in pultry____________________________..................14d
It[e]m one chyt____________________________.................20d
It[e]m one boord__________________________..................12d
It[e]m one other chyt_______________________...........4s........
It[e]m one other chyt_______________________...........8s........
It[e]m a,p[er] of Shesres a pressing Joen________...................20d wth other Iron geare
It[e]m one chaire with stoles__________________..................10d
It[e]m one gyrdle brandreth a Rotte[n]__________...........5s.........
crooke A p[er] tongs
It[e]m one Flaske a boord and a Waight_________...................6d
It[e]m in cheys ____________________________...........5s....8d
It[e]m in Woode vessels wth other Implems______........... 4s.....4d
It[e]m one brasse pott & panns_______________...........12s........
It[e]m in puder____________________________............7s........
It[e]m one pestell wth a morter & a per old_______.................12dsheares
It[e]m to old quissions______________________..................12d
It[e]m two wombell one locke________________..................21d
5 stickles
It[e]m a p[er] of Traccis & brydle_____________................... 6d
It[e}m one pytchefork______________________.................. 3d It[e]m in woule & garne_____________________..........32s....8d It[e]m two other chyts______________________............8s....8d It[e]m in malt_____________________________..........18s....4d It[e]m in meale____________________________...........5s.....4d It[e]m sacks & pokes_______________________...........2s....6d It[e]m in boards____________________________...........2s....4d
It[e]m in bedding___________________________...........9s........
It[e]m in butter____________________________...........4s........
It[e]m all his apparell shappe[n] For____________..........40s........
his bodie
It[e]m Cowe grasses upon the wide tennements FoggWinteredge Brackens wth other thing wth dothe ap[er] teyne unto
the wedowe______________________________.........20s.........

It[e]m For a p[ar]t[e] and portion of Sum[m]er
grasse at crosse houses in Lamrig till
martynmesse next__________________________.........13s.....4d
__________________________________Some £37....13s.....8d

Debts wth the said Robet Storer eras owing at his
deathe videli[cet]
Imprimis to Henry Rowlanson________________...........40s.........
Inprimis to Margrett Symson_________________£10...................
It[e]m to John Store of docker________________£3....................
It[e]m to Will(ia)m Storer docker______________£3....................
It[e)m to Arthure storer______________________.........20s.......
It[e]m to margrett becke_____________________.................12d
It[e]m to Xpofer [Christopher] symson__________..........20s........
__________________________________Debts £20............12d

So Remaneth De
Claro lust some___________________________ £17....12s....8d
3. A True and perfect Inventory of all the goods and
Chatells which of Late belonged to Richard Story Late
of Prestonpattrick deceased. As Aprised by Randall
Wright Thomas Camm Richard Skyring and John Audland the
Twelveth day of January. One thousand Six. hundred eighty
and Seaven.

Imprimis Money in his purse and apparall)___________p.....s.....d
both Wooling and Linen )_______________________02...10.. 00
item A Little Chest and a Little Book______________ 00...05.. 00
item A pair of Looms__________________________00...06...08
item Moneys oweing to the deceased )_____________29...00...00
upon Spetialty__________________)
Exhibit(um) sub p[ro]test[ation)e

............................................................................in all 32...01...08 .........................................................Funeral expenses 05...02...06 The tatall of the Clear Inventorey) is_______________26...19.....2 the funeral Expenses being deducted)
5. Aprill ye 11
An[n]o Dom[in]i 1707
A True and perfect Inventory of all the Goods; Chattells
Cattells & Debts Rights & Credits Moveable & Imoveable Late
Richard Stories of St. Catherine Brow within Aplethwt
within the parish of Windermere & County of Westmorl[an]d yeoma[n] Deceased Apprised the same day By John
Philipson of Rayrigge & Henry Birkett of Knotts as
Followeth
....................................................................................£......s......d
Imp[rimis] Money in his purse___________________01...00....00
It his apparrell______________________________ 01....05....00
Itm Bedding________________________________ 00...10....00 Itm Brass; earthen ware )______________________ 00...04....00
Wood vessell et al____)
Itm Meale__________________________________00...05....00
Itm Hay; straw; Bigge; oates)___________________ 01...00....00
husbandry geare Ropes et al)
Itm a Cow_________________________________01....15....00

Sum[m] a Bonoru[m]_________________________ 05...19....00

Funerall Expenses____________________________03...05....00

Exhi[bi]t[um]
sub [ro]
testatione]
& c
Sum[ma] de Claro____________________________02...14...00

 

 

 

errors and omissions excepted