Inventory of Thomas Smith, 1662

Herts RO A25/3667

A true and p(er)fect Inventary of the goods and Chattells which late weare the goods and Chattells of Thomas Smith late of Winslow in the County of Bucks deceased prised and vallued ye 16 day of June 1662 by us whose names are under written

 
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Imp(ri)mis In the hall one table and frame two stooles with some pewter platters with spitts and hangers and some other lumber
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Item: In the parler one table and frame one cubbard two payre of hand irons one fire-shoule and tongues [deletion]
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Item the little Chamber one bedsteed with other Lumber
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Item in the little roome [one?] peece of Bacon and some shelves
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Item four Caldrons one brass pott one posnett with some small brass
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Item In the Butterry foure barrills three tubbs and two civers
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Item In the Chamber over the parler one bedsteed and bedinge and one table and frame and five stooles & one payre of handirons
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Item In the same chamber two Chests with eight payre of hemp sheets one dossen and a halfe of napkins three payre of pillowbeers with other small linen
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Item In the Chamber over the hall one halfe headed bed one side bed one table and frame three cushings and some old bedinge two boxes
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Item In the Garrets and barne some fire wood:
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Item In money and desperate debts
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Item His weareinge Apparrell
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prised by us

Beniamin Leach
George Elliott
Thomas Godwyn


Notes

Thomas Smith was buried on 14 June 1662. He married Alice, daughter of Nicholas Brinsall, on 24 Aug 1652. The baptisms of his children were: