Sumner Francis 1736 of Stathern will and inventory

Francis Sumner of Stathern 1736 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1736

In the name of God amen I Frances Sumner of Stathorn in the County of Leicester being in perfit memery prased be God for it I do make this my last will and testement revocking all other wills by mee maid in manner and forme as followeth

Imprimis I give to my daughter Elizebeth now the wife of Edward Willford the sum of five shillings of good and lawful money of grate Brittan

I give to my daughter Ann now the wife of William Worteneby the sum of five shillings of good and lawfull money of great Brittan

I give to my gransons Edward Willford and John Willford the sum of ten shillings to each of them

I give to my grandaughter Mary Sumner the sum of fifty pounds to be paid at the age of one and twenty yeares

All the rest and remaner of my goods and Chattels and Parsnal estat after the pament of my dets and Legaices and finnerl Charges and expences unto my son Thomas Sumner whome I make my sole Executer of this my last will and testement

I give and bequeave to him and his ares all and every my messeges and lands and tenements and whatsoever and whearsoever which I allso charge with the paments of my said dets and legaces

In witness whereof I have hear unto set my hand and seal the elevent day of August in the year of our Lord 1729

                                                                                                         Frances Sumner his marke

Sined and seled in the presence of us

Gabriel Gregory

William Walker

William Hilton his marke

Sept: 23 1736

A True and Exact Inventory of all the Goods Cattle and Chattles of Francis Sumner late of Stathern in the County of Leicester as followeth

  £ s d
First of all his Purse and Apparrell 2 0 0
His Horse and Mares 27 0 0
10 Milch Cows 15 0 0
8 Young Beasts 8 0 0
7 Calves 2 0 0
20 Sheep 4 0 0
5 Swine 2 0 0
16 Loads of Barley 16 0 0
24 Loads of Pease and Beans 10 0 0
Old Beans 3 0 0
Wheat 1 10 0
3 Stacks of Hay 9 0 0
2 Waggons 2 Carts with their Implements 15 0 0
Plow Harrows and all other Implements of Husbandry 1 10 0
Goods in the House 1 0 0
Goods in the Parlour 1 5 0
In the Kitchen 1 10 0
In a Lodging Chamber 1 0 0
The Cheese Chamber 2 0 0
All other things unseen and forgotten 0 10 0
                                                                                                                                       £ 123 5 0

Appraised by us

Gabriel Gregory

William Barke

Richard Goodwyn

Probate 9 November 1736