White Richard 1702 of Long Clawson will and inventory

Richard White of Long Clawson 1702 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1702/123

Memorand that Richard White late of Claxton als Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Weaver deced Did att or About three or foure Days before his Death being the Twenty ninth day of November Anno Dni [tear] in his owne house Hee being then sicke of the sickness of Which hee dyed voluntarily and of his owne accord Make and declare his Last Will and Testament nuncupatively or by word of Mouth vizt

That hee Gave to his Daughter Elizabeth White forty pounds to be paid her when shee attain to the Age of One and twenty yeares And that hee Gave his son Richard White his Shopp and Loomes and all his Materialls belonging to the Weavers trade And all the Rest of his personall Estate Hee Gave to this wife Dorothy White Whome hee Declared should be Executrix of his Last Will

All which words was uttered and Spoken by the said Testator animo testandi freely and of his own accord who did then Bidd Thomas Hickling the Elder William Parker Abigall Parker and Thomas Hickling the Younger Take notice that what Hee had Spoken Was his Last will or words to the Like effect

All which words was Spoken and Declared in the presence of us whose Names are subscribed the Day and Year first Above written

The marke of Thomas Hickling the Elder

William Parker

Abigail Parker

Thomas Hicklin

A true and perfect Inventory of all the Goods Chattells & Cattell of Richard White of Claxton als Long Clauson in the County of Leicester deceased the second day of December Anno Dom 1702 And prized the fourteenth day of the same Month by us whose names are here subscribed

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Imprimis his purse and apparell 22 0 0
Item Corn vis Barley wheat & pease & hay 05 10 0
Item four bease and three sheep 04 10 0
Item In the Shop two looms & geers & scales & weights & other smal      
inconsiderable things 04 10 0
Item In kitchen & dairy Coales & bacon & other smal things 01 3 4
Item Brass & peuter 01 14 6
Item In the Chamber apples & flax & other smal things 1 0 4
Item In the Parlor two beds & a Cheste a coffer & bedding 5 1 4
Item In the house a table & a cubbord & chairs &c 1 10 0
Item Clot upon ground for Sowing 0 15 0
Item fire irons & rackins & other smal things 0 3 7
Item things unseen & forgot 0 5 0
                                                                                                                  Total is 48 3 1

John Reay

Thomas Hickling his mark

William Parker

Henry Marriot