Cook James 1662 of Stathern inventory

James Cook of Stathern 1662 Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/I/58/17

A true and perfect inventory of all the goods cattles and chattles moveable and inmoveable of James Cooke of Statherne late deceased taken the 15th of Aprill 1657 by James Rouse Richard Thompson Will Robinson Thomas Healy

  £ s d
Imprimis purse & apparell 1 0 0
It in the hall one table one cupboard one chaire two ioyn’d formes 2 0 0
It in pewter dishes 2 chaffon dishes, 3 brasse candlesticks 3 salt cellers,      
2 pewter cups 2 panns 1 pot 2 0 0
It 2 kitts 1 old cupboard 1 old cuffer 2 stooles fireiron & rackings 1 paire of tongs 0 5 0
In the parlour 3 flaxen sheets 2 paire of hempen sheets 6 napkins 2 pillowbears      
1 towell, 2 tablecloaths a cupboard cloath 2 10 0
It 1 bedstead, 2 coverlids, 1 blanquet, 1 boulster 2 pillows 3 coffers 1 whollen      
wheele, 2 boxes 0 15 0
In the buttery 1 barrell, coales 0 12 0
In the chamber 4 brasse pannes 1 brasse pot 3 chesses 2 old tubbs 1 linnen      
wheele 3 0 0
1 bedstead, 4 strike corne 2 & halfe … 1 flich of bacon 1 cheesheck with all      
other implements 2 0 0
In the yeard 2 cowes & 2 calves 5 0 0
Thirty sheepe 5 0 0
2 leathers, 2 fence trees, offall wood 0 15 0
3 henns & a cocke 0 1 4
Crop at Eaton & Stathorne 6 0 0
Debts oweing by Henry Gibbon 2 13 4
By widdow Simpson of Eaton 2 0 0
By Roger Caunt 0 9 0
The totall Summe is 35 0 8

Richard Rouse

James Rouse

Richard Tompson

William Robinson [his mark]

Thomas Healey

Exhibited 17 April 1662