Moore Samuel 1682 of Ab Kettleby Will

Samuel Moore of Ab Kettleby 1682 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1682/161

In the name of God Amen

I Samuel Moore of Ab Kettleby in the County of Leicester yeoman being of good & perfect memory doe this 19th day of July Anno Dni 1682 appoint & make this my last will & testament in manner &c as followeth

First & principally I comend & betake my Soule to the Almighty’s most blessed … …, son, & holy Ghost three persons & one only wise god, trusting only to bee saved by the infinite merrits of Christs Jesus my Redeemer And my body I comit to the Ground, to bee decently buried as my Executor hereafter named shall think fit

And do give all my goods & chattles & cattle to bee disposed of by my executor as followeth

Imprimis I give to my daughter Alice Elliott one shilling

It I give to Elizabeth & Jane the daughters of my son John Moor each of them one shilling

It I doe give to my daughter Elizabeth moor the lenger trunke

It I doe give all the rest of my goods & chattles & cattle to be equally divided betwixe my two sons John and Samuel Moor & my three daughters Dorothy, Judith & Elizabeth Moor

It I do appoint my son Samuel Moor to bee Executor of this my last will & testament all debts & funerall charges being defrayed

                                                                                                                Samuel Moore

Sealed & Subscribed & delivered in the presence of

Robert Blankley

Robert Baker


A true & perfect Inventory Indented of all the goods credits cattle & chattles of Samuel Moor late of Ab Kettleby in the countie of Leicester yeoman deceased taken the ninth of October 1682 Annoq Reg: Caroli Anglia &c 34 & apprized by Nicolas Moore John Page & John Moor

Imprimis his purse & Apparell001000
It his dwelling house, tables, chimney brasse potts pans & pewter &c010608
In his chamber 2 bedsteads, 2 feather beds 3 Matterisses 9 Blanketts
2 coverletts A Rugge 2 feather boulsters 3 pillows curtains & vallains020000
A trunke, a chest, a coffer, 4 pair sheets, 2 pillow beers, table cloths & napkins
A livery cupboard & 2 wheels &c010000
A horse & hey in the barn021000
A cow & heifer020000
Other things seen & not seen000304
Sum tot:091000

The Apprizers

Nicolas Moore

John Page

John Moore

Exhibited 13 November 1682