Sills Thomas 1679 of Plungar will and inventory

Thomas Sills of Plungar 1679 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1679/104

In the name of God Amen The first day of July In The yeare of our Lord God 1679 I Thomas Sills of Plungar In The Countie of Leicester Carpinter Being Sick In body But of perfect Memory And understanding praysed be God doe Make And ordaine this My Last will And testament In manner and form following

First I Commend my Soule Into The Hands of Almighty God My onely Saviour And Redeemer And my body to bee buryed In the Church yard of Plungar

It I Give unto My Son Robert Sills My best bed And My best Coverlid And Curtaines And A blankitt with all fourniture belonging to a Bed

Itm I give unto my Son one Table And frame And a form belonging unto it

Itm one Great pan one Brass pott one ew and Lamb and five pounds of Good and Lawfull English Money to be paid unto my Son Robert Sills by my wife or by her Assignes when he Commeth to the Age of fourteene yeares to put him to a Trade if they think it Convenient if not Then it is My will That The Mony Shall Be paid unto him At The Age of one And Twentie yeares

All The rest of My Goods unbequeathed I Give unto Jane My wife whome I Make My Soule Executor of This My Last will And Testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand And Seal The day And yeare first Above written

                                                                                                         Thomas Sills Marke & Seale

Sealed signed & published To be the Last will And Testament of the said Thomas Sills In the presents of

Thomas Whittill

Bryan Howit


A True And perfect Inventore of All The Goods Cattells And Chattels of Thomas Sills of Plungar In The Countie of Leicester Carpinter late deceased As followeth

  £ s d
Imprimis his purs And Aparrell 1 0 0
Item In the hall one Table And frame And one Bufitt forme Brass And puter fire      
Iron And hooks And Too Kitts And Too Chares And other od Implements 1 15 6
Item In The Parlor one Bedstead one Chest too Barrels Too tubs one Chamfour      
Shelves one Leven trough one Box And other od Implements 1 1 0
Item In the Chamber one old Chest one bacon flick Buter And Cheese And Churn      
And A wheele And reele And other od Implements 1 4 2
Item in the Shop Coals And working Tooles And Som plow Timber And other      
Implements 1 0 0
Item In The Barn And yard Corn And hay 1 10 0
Itm one Swine 0 7 0
Item one Cow one heffer one Calfe 2 10 0
Itm halfe Six Sheepe 1 0 0
With all Things forgot And unseen 0 1 6
Itm: the Said Thomas Whittill of the Same Town oweth   9 0 0
  20 9 8

Thomas Whittill

John Tales his Mark

Bryan Howit

Exhibited 25 September 1679