Will of Henry Wyatt, butcher, 1670

National Archives PROB. 4. 4120

In the name of God Amen. the foureteenth day of July 1670 I Henry Wyatt of Winslowe in the County of Bucks Butcher being weake in body but of sound mind & memory Doe make this my last will and Testament First I bequeath my soule unto Almighty God and my body to the Earth And of this my last will and Testament I doe constitute and appoint my sonne Henry and my sonne Nicholas Wyatt sole executors And my will and meaning is that if my personall Estate shall do and exceed my debts being out of the same paid Then the overplus above my debts paid shal be equally divided betweene all my Children share and share like Except my sonne Henry who is well provided for by my house wherein I dwell In witnes whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the day and yeare above written. Henry Wyatt his marke. Sealed signed and Published in the presence of Oliver Lawrence John Hogson Nicholas Wyatt.

[Latin] Probatum fuit testamentum suprascriptum apud ædes
]on scituat' in Le Strand in Com' Midd' coram venerabili viro Richardo Lloyd
legum Doctori Surrogato venerabilis et Egregii viri Domini Johannis[?] Jenkins
]litis Legum etiam Doctoris Curia Prerogativa Cant' Magistri Custod' sive
Commissarii legitime Constitut' vicesimo quinto die mensis Januarij Anno
Domini (Stilo Angliæ millesimo sexcentesimo septuagesimo) Jura-
mento Henrici Wyatt Executoris in huiusmodi testamento nominat'
Commissa fuit Administratio omnium et singulorum bonorum Jurium et
creditorum dict' defunct' De bene et fideliter Administrand' eadem Ad sancta
Evangelia jurat' & c

[Translation] The above-written will was proved at ---- Palace situated in the Strand in the County of Middlesex before the venerable Richard Lloyd, doctor of laws, surrogate of the venerable and distinguished Master John Jenkins ---- also doctor of laws, in the prerogative court of Canterbury, legitimately appointed master, warden or commissary, on 25 January 1706 on the oath of Henry Wyatt, named executor in this will. Administration of all the goods, rights and credits of the said deceased was entrusted, and he swore about administering it well and faithfully on the holy gospels, etc.


Inventory of Henry Wyatt, 1670

Bucks Record Society volume 24: Buckinghamshire Probate Inventories 1661-1714, no.36 = National Archives PROB 4/4120

Inventory of Henry Wyatt of Winslow butcher 9 August 1670
Appraisers: John Hogson, Peter Studsbery.

 

£

  s

d

Imprimis his wearing apparell and in his purse summa patet

In the Parlor

Item one Joined bedsted Curtaines vallance and Green Rugg white blankett Truckle bedd fether bedd bolster and pillow     

4

0

0

Item one long table and striped Carpett one round table and small Carpett two Joined Chayers one Court Cupbord Cloth Six Joined Stooles one paire of fire irons and two Andirons with four brasses and two Cushions

2

10

0

In the little Parlor

Item one Table                                            

0

4

0

Item two Tables Eight Stooles and two Chayers Court Cupbord one Jack and Andirons and hangers                

2

10

0

In the Kitchin

Item one Messing fall and five tubbs and one brewing kettle of brasse two Spitts and hangers two bushells                   

1

15

0

In the Great Chamber

Item one Table one forme a litle Table two bedsteeds two woolbedds Curtaines Vallance two Coverletts one blankett and two bolsters                                          

5

0

0

In the little Chamber over the Parlor

Item one bedsted truckle bed one thin fetherbedd flock bolster Coverlett one Table one Chayre two Stooles and Andirons Curtaines and vallance                                     

2

10

0

In the Roome over the Shop      

Item one Long Table one bedstedd Curtaynes and vallance one Red Rugg one blankett one Cupbord two chayers and one Cushon and Cubbord Cloth five stooles

6

10

0

In the Chamber over the Hall

Item one old Table old bedsteed

[end of membrane, at least one line missing]

Item one table one bedstedd truckle bed two chests one Court Cupbord coverlett one blanckett one fetherbed and two boulsters curtains and vallence                                        

5
0
0
In the Chamber over the Entry

Item one old table old bedstedd coverlett and chest long Coffer one old Stoole one truckle bedd one blankett and bolster two old stooles                                                 

1
0
0
Item Lynnen
1
6
8
Item Pewter                                                  
2
10
0
Item Scales and weights                                               
1
5
0

In the Seller

Item a worting fatt a Salting trough two drink stalls three hogsheads two barrells one Cover                           

2
13
4

In the Shop

Item one Cubbord
0
2
6

In the Buttery

Item Brasse
2
5
0
Item Corne hey and beanes                                
25
0
0

Item a Cart Garner plough dung wood and furze two Ladders and other Lumber

2
0
0

Goods in Ashby Lodgers in Northampton shire appraised by
John Wilkes Robert Verney and William Manning as followeth

Item fourscoar and tenn sheep and three score and three Lambs belonging to them

49
0
0
Item two mares and one Colt and a gelding                     
7
0
0
Item six bease and two calves and a bull                      
17
10
6
Item six loades of hay                                          
3
12
0
 
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Total      
130
4
0

 

 

 

 

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