Daft Stephen 1753 of Cropwell Bishop inventory

Stephen Daft of Cropwell Bishop 1753 Inventory

Nottinghamshire Archives PR/SW/145/2

Ann Daft of Cropwell in the County of Nottingham widow and administratrix of Stephen Daft her late husband Deceased, maketh oath that the said Stephen Daft did not make or Leave any Will as far as She knows or believes and that she will well and faithfully Administer the Goods Chattels and Credits of her said late husband by paying his Debts so farr as the same Will thereto Extend and the Law Doth charge her, And that she Will make a true and Perfect Inventory of all the said Goods Chattels and Credits, and Exhibit the same into the Registry of the Chapter of Southwell at the time assigned her by the said Court and that She will render a true and Just account of her administration therein when Lawfully required thereto

Ann Daft her mark

Sworn at Southwell the 9th Day of May 1754 before me

Saml Bird Surr   

An Inventory or Appraisement of all the Goods Cattels and Effects of Steven Daft of Cropwell Bishop lately Decd taken this 31 Day of Decber 1753

  £ s d
His purse and Apperil 5 0 0
Within the House 5 5 0
Within the Parlor 5 10 0
Within the Chambers 2 10 0
In the Chimney Corner and Deary 2 2 0
Cows and Calfs 22 10 0
Mares and Geldins 50 00 0
Value of Sheep 12 00 0
Swine Do 3 00 0
Value of Corn 33 10 0
Whete on the Ground 25 0 0
Value of Clots 10 0 0
Wagon and Carte 7 10 0
Colers and Gears and all things Unseen and forgotten 2 5 0
                                                                                    Total of the Inventory 186 2 0


Robt Kirkman

James Eite

Joseph Daft

Bond 9 May 1754, bounden Ann Daft of Cropwell Bishop widow and Robert Kirkman of Cropwell Bishop yeoman and Richard Parker of Cropwell Bishop yeoman, bond £372.  Condition, bounden Ann Daft to administer estate and produce inventory.

Ann Daft her mark

Robt Kirkman

Richd Parker