Sutton John 1740 of Hickling will and inventory

John Sutton of Hickling 1740 Will, Inventory and Bond

Nottinghamshire Archive PR/JW/7/3

In the Name of God amen I John Sutton of Hickling in the County of Nottingham husbandman being sick and weak in body but of perfect memory blessed be god for itt and being mindfull of my mortality do make and ordain this my Last will and testament in manner and form following

Imprimis I give my sole into the hands of allmighty god hoping through the mercies of Jesus Christ my Redeemer to be saved and my body to be intered in Hickling Churchyard att the charge of My Executors here after Mentioned and as for the worldly goods that God hath been pleased to bestow upon me I give and bequeath as followeth

Itm I give to my daughter Sarah Sutton four pounds to be paid within twelve months after my decease

Itm I give to my daughter Amy Sutton four pounds to be paid within twelve months after my decease

All my Legacies being paid and my debts paid and discharged I do make my deer and loveing wife Mary Sutton and my son Benjamin Sutton Executors of this my Last will and testament Revoking all other wills and testaments heretofore maid by me whereunto I have sett my hand and seal this present tenth day of November in the yeare of our Lord one thousand seven hundred thirty and eight

                                                                                                         John Sutton

Signed Seald publishd and declard in the presence of us whose hands are and were sett to in the presence of the testator

Paul Hardy

Robert Morriss

An Inventory taken of all the Goods and Chattels of John Sutton of Hickling in the County of Nottingham Husband Man Latly deceased November 16 1738

  £ S D
Item Purse and aparill 1 10 0
Hooks in the chimne fire iron frogs 0 15 0
Goods in the house 3 tables 6 Chairs dresser 1 5 0
Goods in the first parlor one bed and beding one coffer one box one coubard 1 8 0
Goods in the Second parlor one bed and beding 2 chests one box one table      
3 chairs 2 2 6
Goods in the first Chamber one bed and beding chair firm 1 3 0
Goods in the second Chamber two beds and beding one chest firm chair 2 5 0
Goods in the Cheese Chamber Cheese and other things 0 18 0
Goods in the citchin and brew house one copper four tubs kneading troue 4 6 6
Ten barrills and other od things 1 5 0
Coles and hay 12 13 6
Barley wheat and beans 40 17 0
Wheat on the ground and clods 35 18 6
Thirteen horse kind 39 19 6
Twelve Cows five sheep 19 14 0
Two wagons two carts 21 5 0
Two plows two harrows eight pair of iron gears and chain eight collers 3 15 0
Two swine 1 10 6
3 swine troues 6 sacks 10 bags 1 1 6
Pewter and brass 2 10 0
3 Leathers 12 fold trays      0 15 0
                                                                                                   Totall 194 17 0

Praised and Given in by us whose names are here subscribed

John Man

Paul Hardy

Robert Morriss

Bond 11 April 1740, bounden Benjamin Sutton of Hickling Farmer and Robert Morris of Hickling Innholder for £200, condition Benjamin Sutton to administer will and prepare inventory

Witnesses                                                                                       mark of Benj Sutton

John Daft                                                                                       Robert Morris

Richard Heron