Inventory of Joseph Glenister of Shipton, husbandman, 1713

Herts RO A25/4642

An Inventory of the Goods and Chattells of Joseph Glenister late of Shipton in the Parish of Winslow in the County of Bucks Husbandman deceased Taken and apprised the eighteenth day of May Anno Domini 1713 by Simon Hogson and Thomas Blake as followeth

 
li
s
d
Imprimis his wearing Apparrel and Money in Pocket
2
2
6
Item in the dwelling house one Table one Cubbord
Item Pewter and Brass fire shovel and tongs two links four Chairs and other Lumber there
1
8
10
Item in the Buttery two Barrels two Tubbs and Covers
0
5
0
Item in the upper Room two Bedds bedsteads and bedding two Coffers one box and one Trunk & four pair of Sheets with other Lumber there
1
6
8
Item four Cows
8
10
0
Item two Hoggs
1
0
0
Item sixty Sheep and forty Lambes
12
5
6
Item a parcel of Thetches
0
10
0
Item a parcel of Dung
1
0
0
Item desperate Debts
2
0
0
 
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Totall
£30
8
6

Taken and apprised by us
Simon Hogson
Thomas Blake

[Latin: Jane Glenister widow of Joseph Glenister late of Shipton deceased & administratrix was sworn 25 May 1713 before me John Croft cur. sur.]


Notes

There were two Joseph Glenisters with wives called Jane who died in 1713; see Joseph Glenister grocer for the other.

Joseph was the son of William (d.1671) and Joan Glenister, bap. 2 Oct 1642.

link: a torch made of tow and pitch (Bucks Probate Inventories)

Thetches: thetch = vetch (OED)