Will & inventory – Gervis Gascoyne – 10 Oct 1659

Document Type: Will & inventory
Date: 10 Oct 1659
Correspondent: Gervis Gascoyne
Archive Source: DUL DPRI wills
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In the name of god Amen the 10th day of October Anno domin 1659 I Gervis Gascoyne of Gengles sicke in body yet of good & perfite memory praised bee god doe make this my last will and testyment in fforme as followeth vid first I give and commend my soule into ye hands of allmighty god my maker & of Jesus Christ my Redeemer And my body to be buryed in my parish Church & my goods as followeth Item I give to my brother Nicklos five shilings Item I give to my brother James five shillings Item I give to my brother John five shillings Item I give to my sister Mary five shilings Item I doe ordaine & by thes presents make my wif barbry & my son Gervis full & sole Executors of all my goods mouvable and unmovable & and if that it should please god to take of Ether of them before my sonne Gervis Com of lawfull yeares that ye latter Lever of them shall be full Executors of this my Last will and testyment

Of Gervis Gascoyne	mark

Selled in ye presents Of us John Wade      mark James houdsmith    mark


A true and perfect Inventory of all the goods and Chattels movable and Immovable late Garvis gascone of Gingels haugh within the parish of Blanchland and Countie of Northumberland Deceased valued and praised by William Weldone Robert ffarbridge Thomas Armstrong and Richard Waltone the 7th of March Anno Domni 1659

                                               £. s. d

Imprimis Tenn kine a bule stirk and 4 Calves  25.00.00

Item	A meare and a foole                       2. 6. 8

Item	eight and thirty ould Shepe               8.00.00

Item twelve hogs                               1.16.00

Item puter and Brasse with all the rest  

of the houshoulde                             11.10.00

<chefe> linning and woollen his apparel        3.06.08

Item in mony thirty pound and three barrels 

  of read lead ff twelve pound 

  mony three pound


Debts oweing to the deceased as followeth 

Imprimis John <Garthron> William Steward Richard <Greneswerd>

  and Christopher <Garthron> by bill           6.15.00

Item Christopher <Gartherthren> and 

  John <Gartherthren> by bill                  3.06.08 

Item	Robert Cuming the elder

  and Robert Cuming the younger by bill        2.00.00

Item Marmaduke Claton by bill                  2.10.00

Item	Mathew humble by bill                     2.00.00

Item	William Steward by bill                   1.05.00

Item	Petter Dixsonn by bill                    3.00.00

Item	John hedley by bill                       1.03.04

Item	Mithew <Farbanes> and George 

  Jacksonn by bill                             1.00.00



<Incertaine> Debts due to the deceased as followeth

                                               £. s. d

Imprimis James plats                           1.16.00

Item	William Marley                            1.04.00

Item	George Sympsonn                           1.00.00

Item	John Errington                            1.00.00

Item	ffridrick Errington                          9.02

Item	Richard Carnaby                             10.00

Item	Squire Redley                                4.00

Item	Richard Gibsonn                             11.04

Item	Richard Normand                              6.08

Item	Williame Milbourne                        1.05.00

Item	Briane Clenton                               5.00

Item	John Whitfeild                               2.06

Item	 John Little                                 6.06


Debtes oweing by the deceased as followeth

                                               £. s. d

Imprimis to George hiblinge                   16.00.00

Item to John Makepeace                         2.00.00

Item to Lancelot Makepeace                     2.00.00

Item to Margaret Makepeace                     2.00.00

Item to Jane Makepeace                         2.00.00

Item to Barbare Makepeace                      2.00.00

Item to Isabel Makepeace                       2.00.00

Item to Elliner Makepeace                      2.00.00


William Welden Robert ffarbridge Thomas Armestronge his mark Richard Waltone his mark 
Will & inventory DPRI/1/1660/G2

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