Inventory – Thomas Fairlamb – 13 Apr 1695

Document Type: Inventory
Date: 13 Apr 1695
Correspondent: Thomas Fairlamb
Archive Source: DUL DPRI wills
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A True and perfect Inventory Taken of all such Goods and Chatt[el]s Moveable and immoveable as Thomas Farlamb of Middle Duke[s]f[iel]d in the County of Northumberland yeoman Dyed Seised & Possessed of. Apprazed by Richard Teasdale Senr. Richard Teasdale Junr. Thomas Teasdale and Richd. Farlamb The Thirteenth day of Aprill in the yeare of o[u]r Lord God. 1695.- as followeth –

Imp[rimi]s his Apperall and money in his Purse 5  0  0 

It[e]m In Household Goods                     18  0  0

It[e]m Eight Horses                           13  0  0

It[e]m Six Oxen                               21  0  0

It[e]m Nine Kine                              22  5  0

It[e]m Fourteen young Beasts                  21 10  0

It[e]m One hundred and Seaven Sheep           21  2  6

It[e]m Wain Geer and Plow Geer                 6  1  0

It[e]m Corne Standing in the Stackyard         3 17  6

It[e]m Corne Sowne upon the Land               3 10  0

It[e]m One Hive of Bees                           5  0

It[e]m Gees and poullen                           5  6

                                             135 16  6

Debts oweing to the s[ai]d Deceased viz      

  By William Smith                             3 10 10

  William Davison                                 7  6

  William Shipherd                                7  6

  Michael Oliver                                  6  0

  Robert Earnshey                                 6  0

                                            £140 14  4

Debts oweing by the Deceased                  65 10  0

                                              75  4  4

Paid in Funerall Expenses                      4  7  0

                                             £70 17  4

Richard Teasdail   Thomas Teasdaill   Richard Farlame   Richard Teasdaile Junr
Inventory DPRI/1/1695/F1

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