Belton Thomas 1698 of Nether Broughton Will

Thomas Belton of Nether Broughton 1698 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1698/133

June 14th 1698

In the name of our Lord God Amen I Tho Belton of Nether Broughton in the county of Leycestershire Weaver being in perfect memory praysed be God for it do make this my last wil & Testament

It I bequeath my Soul into the hands of Almighty God my maker hoping thro the merritorious death & passion of Jesus Xt my only Sav: & Redeemer to receive free pardon & forgiveness of al my sins & as for my body I leave to be buryed at the discretion of my Executor

Item I do give to my Son Tho Belton my Shop & al materials thereunto belonging to my trade

Item I give to my daughter Jean twenty pounds to be payd one year after my death

I do also give to Jean my wife half of the houshold goods & I do make my Son Tho my Sole Executor of this my last wil & Testament revoking al other wills & Testament

These words half of being interlined before the sealing of this wil

In witness whereof I have set my hand & Seal the day & year above written

                                                                                                                Tho Beltons mark


Hen Cornwales Curate

Charles Loe

Isaac Buttre

Febr 28th 98/9

Thomas Belton Executor sworn

PR/I/103/142 A true & perfect Inventory of the goods and Chattels of Thomas Belton of Neather Broughton late deceased as they were taken & apprized by them whose names are underwritten

Imp: His purse and apparell100
In the house one Table two formes two chaires a cubboard the fire Iron & hooks0104
In the parlour one bed & bedding one chest one coffer one chaire a cradle0150
In the chamber one bed & bedding a wheele cheese & cheese board & other   
In the buttry brasse & pewter two barrels and milk vessel & churn134
In the shop two Loomes & the materials belonging to them1100
It three kine & two calves & one pigg600
It Hay & coals one ladder300
It Bees & manure & hogs trough  0100

Joseph Welch

Robert Jackson