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Page 87, Inventory, James Charleton, 26 Aug 1702; Will, John Archbald p 1, 10 Feb 1703

A: True & pfect Inventarie of all & Singular ye goods & Chattells, debts
and Creditts, moveable & immoveable, reall & psonall of James Charleton
late of Hexham in the County of Northumberland Butcher, decd, valued
and apprized the 26th day of August Anno Dni 1702: By us whose
names are hereunder written as followeth
£ : s : d
Impss his Apparrell & Purse valued at 07: 10: 0
Item in the Forehouse one Cupboard, one Little Table, 5: Old Chaires, Three }
Buffett Stooles, one Little Stoole, One Bedstead with A feather bedd & other} 02: 00: 0
furniture, and one Fall-down-bedd }
Item in the roome next ye forehouse One little Table & forme one little desk }
two bedsteads with two featherbedds & other furniture & one Chaire } 01: 10: 0
Item in ye roome above One little table & 2:Chests, & one Lint Wheel valued at 00: 06: 8
Item in ye above ye forehouse One little Table valued at 00: 01: 6
Item Pewther & earthen Vessell valued at 01: 00: 0
Item Brasse & Iron Geare valued att 00: 10: 0
Item Wood Vessell Valued at 00: 01: 6
Item Two Gallaway Naggs & A little parcell of Hay 02: 00: 0
Item one little Swine Valued at 00: 03: 4
Item Cheeses valued at 00: 15: 0
Item Linnen Valued at 01: 10: 0
Item debts oweing to ye decd 00: 17: 0
Sume 18: 05: 0
funerall Expenses 05: 00: 0
Rests 13: 05: 0
In the Name of God Amen I John Archbald of Baggary
being sick in body but of perfect mind and memory praise be given
to Almighty God, doe make and ordaine this my last Will & Testament
in manner and forme following (vizt) First and principally I
commend my soule into the hands of Almighty God, hopeing through
the meritts Death and passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to have
full pardon and forgiveness of all my Sinns, and to inheritt
Everlasting life: And my Body I give to ye. Earth to be decently
buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named. And
as touching the disposeing of all such temporall Estaite as it
hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon me I Give & dispose
thereof as followeth First I will that my Debts and funerall
charges shall be paid and discharged Item I Give unto my
Brother Robert Archbald the sume of Five shillings. Item
I Give unto my sister Jane Grahme the sume of Five shillings
All the rest and residue of my personall Estate Goods and Chattells
whatsoever I Give and bequeath unto my loveing wife Isabell

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