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Page 70, Inventory, Robert Nicholson, 9 April 1701; Will, William Correy, 15 October 1701, p 1

A True & perfect Inventarie of all and Singular ye Goods and
Chattells of Robert Nicholson late of Acomb in ye County of Northumbland
yeom Decd valued and apprized as followeth (vizt)
£ : s : d:
Impss His Horse Purse & Apparell 05: 00: 0:
Item Three black Kine & 3 Calves 06: 00: 0:
Item Pewter Dishes & Plates 01: 00: 0:
Item One Brasse Kettle and 2 Panns 00: 05: 0:
Item ye Linning belonging to one Bedd 00: 05: 0:
Item One Bedd, One Rugg, & other furniture belonging to ye Same 00: 10: 0:
Item One Pott & other Iron goods 00: 05: 0:
Item One Cupboard and A Dresser 00: 15: 0:
Item One Table & one Buffett* forme 00: 05: 0:
Item Three Chaires 2 Chists & one Buffett Stoole 00: 05: 0:
14: 10: 0:
Wee William Gardner of Hexham in ye County of
Northumbland Hatter & John Sureties of Acomb in ye sd County
Blacksmith have valued & Apprized ye goods & Chattells of
ye sd Robert Nicholson as above menconed As witnesse our
Hands ye Ninth day of Aprill Anno Dni 1701:
his marke
Wm Gardner
John Surtis
In the Name of God Amen the fifteenth day of October in
King and
in ye Thirteenth Year of William the Third of England et in ye Year
of our Lord God 1701 I William Correy of Hexham in ye county of
Northumberland Glover being Sick & weeke in body but of Sound &
perfect Memory praise be given to Almighty God for the Same and
knowing the uncertainy of this life on earth and being desirous
to Settle things in Order doe make this my last Will and Testament in
manner & forme following (that is to Say) first & principally I
Commend my Soule to Almighty God my Creator assuredly beleiving

Note: Also spelt Corey

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Transcribed by RS and GB