Inventory – James Giles – 2 Jan 1697

Document Type: Inventory
Date: 2 Jan 1697
Correspondent: James Giles
Archive Source: DUL DPRI wills
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A True and pefect Inventory taken of all such good and Chatt[el]s moveable and Immoveable of James Giles of Steall Hall in the Countie of Northumb[er]land yeoman Dyed seized and posess[e]d of Apprized by Thomas Teasdale John Salmon Thomas Giles and Thomas Featherston the second day of January in the year of our Lord God 1696/7 as followeth –

Imp[rimi]s his Apparall and money in his purse £2 10 0

Item In household goods                         4 05 0

Item Two horeses                                2 10 0

Item Nine Kyne                                 22 10 0

Item Three young Beasts                         2 10 0

Item One hundred sheep                         20 00 0

Item Hay standing in stak yard                  3 10 0

Item Corn standing in the stak yard             2 10 0

Item Corn sowne                                 1 01 0

Item poullen                                       1 0 

                                               61  7 0

Debts Owing to the s[ai]d Deceased viz 

By Gerald Carr                                  5  0 0 

John Carr                                       3  0 0 

Gerald Carr John Car Mathew Carr and Richard 

Teasdale For Repairing the high ways            2  0 0 

                                              £71  7 0

Debts Oweing by the s[ai]d Deceased             7  0 0

                                               64  0 0 

p[ai]d for funeral Expenses                     4  0 0

                                               60  7 0 

Apprizers – Thos Teasdale   Jon Salmon [mark]    Thos Giles     Thos Featherston
Inventory DPRI/1/1697/G5

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