Hawley John 1727 of Long Clawson will and inventory

John Hawley of Long Clawson 1727 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1727

The Last will and testament of John Hawley of Claxston als Longue Clawson In the County of Lecister yemon

I being of perfect sound memory but in disposed of body blessed be the Lord I do make this my Last will In Manner folowing

Imprimis I Give to my wife Elizebeth Hawley the house that I now live in with all the biuldings and all the home Ground and the three oxgangs of Lands that I now poses or injoy with all the Middow gras ground pasture or Commons or pastures with all partes or parshals thereunto belongeing and all and every part or parshal that is knone to belongue to the said primises for Ever shee paying all my juste Depts

I do give unto my wife Elizebeth Hawley all my parsonall Esteate whome I make full Excetricx of this my Last will and I do apoint and Impouer my brother Edward Moore of Attingborrow trustee for the same

Wittness my hand and seale the fourthe day of September in the yeare 1727

                                                                                                         John Hawley

Sealed and delivered In the presence of

Edward Spencer

John Clayton

Beniamin Smart his marke

October the 5th 1727 A True and Perfect Inventory of all the Goods Cattel and Chattels of John Hawley of Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Husbandman Deceased the first Day of October and Appraised by us whose Names are hereto Subscribed

  £ s d
Imp Purse and Apparel 10 00 00
In the Chimney Corner one fire Iron Rack Iron Hooks Lansettle & other things 00 10 00
In the House Two Tables Six Chairs Clock And other things 04 02 06
In the Little Parlour One Feather Bed and Beding Six Chairs one Press one Table 05 10 00
In the Parlour by the House one Bed two Chairs and other things 01 10 00
In the best Chamber one Bed two Chests Linen and woollen Cloaths and      
other things 06 05 00
in the first Chamber Sacks and Bags 01 10 00
In the Cheese Chamber one Bed Cheese and other things 02 10 00
In the Dairy Barrels Panshiens and Other things 01 00 00
In the Kitchen Copper Cheese Press Tubs And other things 03 10 00
In the Kitchen Chamber One Bed and other things 01 00 00
Brass and Pewter 03 00 00
In the Spence Dishes and spoons and Other things 00 05 00
One Waggon three Carts Plows and Harrows Gears and other Implements      
belonging to Husbandry 19 00 00
Two sows and Piggs three sheats 04 10 00
Barley Pease and Wheat 49 00 00
Hey 25 00 00
Eight Mares two Colts four Foles One Filley 77 00 00
Eight Cows 20 10 00
Four Heifers three Yearlings two Calfs 19 05 00
Fourty Nine old Sheep twenty six Lamb 07 10 00
… the Clotts to Sow 45 00 00
Wood in the Street 00 07 00
Apples and Pears 00 10 00
Things Unseen and forgot 00 03 06
  308 08 00

Hugh Stevens

John Moore

 Probate 17 October 1727

John Hawley Quaker buried Long Clawson 3 October 1727