Hilton William 1732 of Stathern will and inventory

William Hilton of Stathern 1732 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1732

In the Name of God Amen I William Hilton of Statherne in the County of Leicester Husbandman being Sick in Body but of sound & perfect mind & memory, praise be therefore given to Almighty God, do make & ordain this my present last Will & Testament in Manner & Form following (that is to Say)

First & Principally I commend my Soul into the Hands of Almighty God hoping through the merits, Death & Passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to obtain full & free Pardon and Forgiveness of all my sins & to inherit everlasting Life & my Body I commit to the Earth to be decently buried at the Discretion of my Executors hereafter named

And as touching the disposition of all such temporal Estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon Me I do give & dispose thereof as followeth

First I will that my Debts & Funeral Charges Shall be paid & discharged

All the rest & residue of my Goods & Chattels real & personal I do give & bequeath to Elianor my loving Wife, my Sons William Hilton & John Hilton whom I make all three joynt Executors of this my present last Will & Testament

And I do hereby revoke disanull & make void all former Wills by me heretofore made

In witness whereof I the said William Hilton have hereunto put my Hand & Seal this 30th Day of April in the year of our Lord God 1732

                                                                                                         William Hilton his Marke

Signed & sealed by the Testator in the presence of us

William Barke

William Walker

Richd Goodwynne

A true and prefect Inventory of all and singular goods Cattle and Chattels of Will: Hilton of Stathorn farmer lately deceased by them whose names are hereunder written

For goods in the house £ s d
Imprim: for his apparel purse and girdle 2 10 0
For brass and pewter and other things there 2 0 0
For goods in the kitchin      
For one Copper and tubs and other things there barrels 1 10 0
For goods in the parlor      
For bed and beding three chairs one chest and other all thing there 1 10 6
For goods in the other parlor 0 15 0
For goods in the chamber      
Two beds and beding and all other things 01 0 0
For the store chamber      
For corn for meal cheese 3 0 0
For two wagons two carts 13 0 0
For plows and harrows and tumbrels 1 5 0
For a little old hay 1 0 0
For hovel gear and some old wood 1 10 0
For horse gears and halters 5 0 0
For horse troughs and swine troughs 1 0 0
For mares geldings three yearlins stad 44 0 0
For seven store pigs 3 4 0
For ten milk cows 20 0 0
For nine steers and heifers 18 0 0
Six stirks and four yearling calves and four rearing calves 13 10 0
For six score old sheep and ten and lambs 45 10 0
                                                                                                                   The sum total 120 4 6
For eleven oxgangs of Land the crop growing on them valued 88 0 0
For the corn growing in the close seven acres valued 10 0 0
For all things unseen and forgot 0 15 6
  99 5 6


Frances [sic] Sumner his mark

William Barke