Inventory of William Kirby, carrier, 1709/10

Herts RO A25/4614

An Inventory of all and singular the Goods and Chattells of William Kirby late of Winslowe in the County of Bucks Carrier deceased taken and Appraised by us whose Names are hereunto Subscribed this nineth day of January Anno D(omi)ni 1709

s
d
Impr(im)is his Wareing Apparrell and mony in his Purse
04
00
00
In the Chamber over the Parlour
The Bedstead Curtaines and Bedding att
03
00
00
Seaven Chaires and a Stoole att
00
04
00
The Trunke Chest Box and other things att
00
05
00
In the Chamber over the kitchen
The Bedstead Curtaines Feather Bedd Flock Bedd and otherthe furniture belonging to itt att
03
10
00
Six Cane Chaires att
00
18
00
Two Stooles One Cofer One looking Glass the Earthen Ware and Brass handiron att
00
08
06
In the Great Parlour
The Clock att
01
01
06
One Cupboard and Two Tables att
00
10
06
Tenn Chaires att
00
10
00
Three Pewter dishes and other things att
00
07
06
In the Little Parlour
The Bedstead and Bedding Three Chaires & Table att
02
00
00
In the kitchen
The Brass and Pewter att
02
10
00
The Jack Spitt and Chimney Irons att
00
17
06
The Table Five Chaires Three Stooles & other Things att
00
08
00
In the Entry
The Furnice Three Tubbs and other Old Lumber att
01
12
06
The Two Barrells Frying Pann & other Goods in the Buttery att
00
10
00
The Wheate and Barley in the Wheate house att
02
10
00
The hovell of Beanes att
05
00
00
The hay att
02
10
00
Three horses att
11
00
00
The Wagon att
04
00
00
The Two carts att
06
00
00
The horse harnesse Pannyers & other Tackle att
01
10
00
The hogg and henns att
01
05
00
The Plow hurdles Trough & other things att
01
10
06
The Nineteene Ridges of Wheat att
18
00
00
Debts Sperate and Desperate
05
17
06
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Sum(ma) tot(alis)
81
16
00

Will(iam) Gyles
Joseph Glenister
Matt(hew) Hobbs
Appraisers

[Exhibited 10 June 1710 by Master Richard Pickering as proxy for the administratrix]


Administration of William Kirby, 1710

Herts RO 147AW24

[summarised from Latin]

Jane Kirby of Winslow widow, Richard Gibbs of the same cornchandler and Augustine Seaton of the same "inkeeper" were bound to the Archdeacon for £200, 1 June 1710.

Jane Kirby, widow of William Kirby of Winslow deceased, is to present the inventory before the last day of September next and the accounts before the last day of June next.

The mark of Jane X Kirby
[signed] Richard Gibbs
Augn Seaton

Signed in the presence of
Edm(un)d Browne Reg(istra)r


Notes

William Kirby was buried on 4 Jan 1709/10. He had 4 children baptised between 1684 and 1690. He was probably the William son of John and Joan Kirby bap. 24 May 1651.