Julian James 1728 of Hose will and inventory

James Julian of Hose 1728 Will and Inventory

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

In the name of God amen I James Julian of Hose Wheelrite in the county of Leicester being of sound memory but weak in body do make this my last will & testament

Imprimis I bequeath my soul into the hands of my Creator in Sure & certain hope of Salvation thro the merits & intercession of my blessed redeemer And my Body to be decently Buried at the discretion of my executrix hereafter named

Item I give & bequeath to my Sister Allice Austin the Sum of one pound

Item I give & bequeath to my Sister Sarah Newcombe the Sum of one pound

I make & ordain my wife Elizabeth Julian Sole executrix of this my last will & testament And do hereby make void & revoake all otheres by me formerly made

In witness whereof I set may hand & Seal this thirteenth day of September Anno Dom: 1728

                                                                                                         James Julian

Signed & Sealed in the presence of us

John Breton

Joshua Sparow

The mark of Eliz Lign

A Trew and Perfect Inventorey of all the Goods and Chattles that James Julian of Hose in the County of Leicester Wheelright was possed of Who Departed this Life November the 8th 1728

  £ s d
Imprimis purss and apparril 1 0 0
Item 14 Bease Small & Great 32 0 0
Item 10 Sheep Old & Young 7 0 0
Item one pigg 1 0 0
Item Corne & Hey 14 0 0
Item Implyments Belonging to his Trade 2 0 0
Item Wood Belonging to his Trade 5 0 0
Item one hive of Bees 0 7 0
Item Clods in the field 2 0 0
Item Cheese & Bacon 3 0 0
Item In the Parlor one Bed & Beding and other Things 1 10 0
Item Puter and Brass 2 10 0
Item In the Dairey 1 0 0
Item In the House Table & Chairs with Other Things 1 0 0
Item In the Chimney Corner fire Iron and Hookes & other Things 0 13 0
Item Things Unseen & forgotten 0 6 0
  14 6 0

Apraised by us

Wm Chamberlain

John Julian

Joshua Sparrow

Probate 28 January 1728/9