Paget Thomas 1727 of Stathern will and inventory

Thomas Paget of Stathern 1727 Will

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

In the Name of God Amen I Thomas Paget of Stathern in the County of Leicester labourer, being Sick in Body but of Sound and perfect mind & memory, Praise therefore given to Almighty God, do make & ordain this my Present last Will and Testament in manner and Form following (that is to say)

First and principally I commend my Soule into the hands of Almighty God, hoping through the Merits, Death and Passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to have full and free pardon and forgiveness of all my Sins and to inherit everlasting Life and 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 God Almighty to bestow upon me I give and dispose thereof as followeth

First I will that my debts and funeral charges shall be paid and discharged

Item I give to my Son Thomas Paget the Sum of two Shillings and Six pence

Item I give to my Son William Paget the Sum of twelve Pounds

Item I give to my Son Richard Paget twelve Pounds

Item I give to my Daughter Alice Paget twelve Pounds

Item I give to my Sons William and Richard and my Daughter Alice Paget all my houshold goods at the death of their Mother to be equally divided among them

All the rest and residue of my personal Estate good & Chattels whatsoever I do give and bequeath to Elizabeth my loving Wife and my Son William Paget joynt Executors of this my last will and Testament

And I do hereby revoke disannul and make void all former wills and testaments by me heretofore made

In witness whereof I the said Thomas Paget to this my last will and Testament have set to my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of June in the year of our Lord God 1727

                                                                                                         Thomas Paget his Mark


Robort Rouse

Alice Mintin her mark

Rich Goodwyn

June 23d 1727

A True Inventory taken of the Goods Cattell and Chattell of Thomas Patchitt late of Statherne Labourer Deceased as followeth

  £ s d
Imps Purse and Apparel 06 13 04
In the House Chimney Hooks and Fire Iron Tongs 00 03 06
In the House two Tables four Buffett Stools Eight Chairs four Brass Panns four      
Pewter Dishes 01 10 06
In the Parlor, One Bed and Beding and Hangings Three Chests one Chair one      
Buffett Stool 01 15 06
In the Chamber one Bed and Beding and Cheese Bacon and Barley & Wheat      
and Beans 02 10 06
In the Dairy Milk Vessel two Barrels two Tubs One Churne 00 07 06
Three Cows and two heifers 08 10 00
Two Piggs one Rearing Calf 01 05 06
Five Sheep 01 15 00
Beans unthrashed in the yard 03 02 06
Old Hay in the yard 01 12 06
The Crop growing in the field Beans and Barley And wheat five Acres and a half 07 05 00
All things unseen and forgotten 00 13 04
                                                                                                                   Total is 37 04 08

Apprized by us whose named are hereunto set the day and year first above written

Gabriel Gregory

Francis Rumer

John Goodwin