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page 91, Inventory, Barbara Spark, 17 August 1704; Will, Thomas Lee, 11 August 1704, p1

A True & perfect Inventary of ye Goods & Chattells of
Barbary Sparke of Burnelaw in ye County of Northumberland
Valued and Apprized the Seaventeenth day of August in the
third year of Anne of England &c Queen & in the year of
our Lord God 1704 by Edward Fairless of Mouricke in ye said
County & Robert Farbridge of Eshe-banke as followeth
£: s: d:
Impss Her Wearing Apparell 02: 10: 0:
Debts oweing to her the deceased
Debt oweing to her in the hands of Thomas Walton 20: 00: 0:
William Walton oweing to her 04: 10: 0:
Edward Fairless oweing to her 03: 00: 0:
Household Goods valued unto 02: 10: 0:
In all 32: 10: 0:
Disburst for funerall Charges 06: 00: 0:
The Names of the Apprizers
Edward Fairless Robert Farbridge
In the Name of God Amen I Thomas Lee of Acombe in the
County of Northumberland yeom being sick and weak in Body but of sound
and perfect memory praised be God for it doe make and ordaine this my last
Will and Testament in manner and forme following revokeing and hereby
annulling all former and other Wills and Testaments by me made either
by word or writeing Impss And first I commend my Soule into the
hands of Almighty God my Creatr hopeing assuredly through ye merits
Death and passion of Jesus Christ my Saviour and Redeemer to obtaine
full pardon of all my Sins and to inherit Eternall life and my Body to
ye Earth to be buried in Such decent and Christian manner as by my
Executrix hereafter named shall be thought fitt and convenient And
as for such worldy Estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon
me I Give & dispose thereof as followeth: Item My Will is and I doe
hereby give and devise unto my loveing wife Alice Lee the rents &
profitts of All my Messuages Lands and Tenements in Acombe which
should after my Decease descend and fall due to my Eldest Sonn John
Lee for and untill he attaine the Age of one and Twenty Years, and
after my said Sonn John Lee shall attaine the said Age of one and

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