Thomas Bateman
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Thomas Bateman -1706 to 1710
The first mention of Thomas Bateman was in 1706, when he and his wife Sarah had a son, William, baptised in St. George Colegate church. Thomas Bateman died in 1710. After his death, his goods and chattels were appraised and valued.


A inventory of all and Singular the Goods and Chattels of Thomas Bateman, Late of the Parish of St. Georges of Colegate, in the City of Norwich, Millwright, Deceased. Valued and Appraised this Thirtyeth day of March 1710 by Christopher Dixon of the City of Norwich, Carpenter and Timothy Keymer of the same City, Joyner. The Particulars are as follows
In the Kitchen.
£. s. d.
Imprimis
A Fire Cradle, Fore Iron Bar, Tongs and Toast Iron, A Fire Iron, Gred Iron and Payer of Bellows.
1. 0. 0
Item
A Jack with Pullys and Weights.
0. 4. 0.
Item
Three Bras Candlesticks, Two Brass Rings, A Basting Spoone, Slice and Chaffeing Dish.
0. 2. 6.
Item
Two Iron Speets, Two Iron Candlesticks.
0. 3. 0.
Item
Seaven Pewter Dishes and A Square Table, Fower Chayers and Two Stones.
0.12. 0.
In the Scullery.
Item
Fower Pewter Dishes, Eighteen Pewter Plates, Two smal sausers and
A Bason
0.15. 0.
Item
A Warmeing Pan, A Brass Pott and A Iron Pott
0. 5. 0.
In The Parlour
Item
Six Leather Chayers, one Leather Stoole, A Coutch, A Ovel Table and A old Chest.
1. 5. 0.
Item
A Small Scales, A Stone, Two Half Stones and Three Pound and Half Small Weights, Two Iron Doggs and a Duzen Bottles
0. 8. 0.
In The Kitchen Chamber
Item
Two Iron Doggs with Brasses, Fire Pan, Pur Tongs and Pott Iron
0. 3. 6.
Item
A Bed as it stand
4. 0. 0.
Item
Two Case of Drawers, A Table, Six Black Chayers and A Looking Glass
1. 5. 0.
Item
A Small Bed on the Flore
0. 6. 0.
In The Parlour Chamber.
Item
A Bed as it stand
3. 0. 0.
Item
Two old Trunks and A Box and A Looking Glass
0. 5. 0.
Item
The Deceaseds Wareing Apparell and Lynnen and Woollen
5. 0. 0.
In The Garden.
Item
Five Combe of Measling
3. 10. 0.
Item
Three Small old Beds as they stand
2. 0. 0.
Item
Two Combe of Red Whate
2. 10. 0.
In the Washouse.
Item
A Small Coyer with Irons.
0. 10. 0.
Item
A Wash Bowle and old Tubs and Three old sacks
0. 5. 0.
In the Yarde.
Item
A Corne Mill and Mill House and Stable
6. 0. 0.
Item
Two old Blinde Horses and a Mare
3. 0. 0.
Timber.
Item
Twenty Three Foote of Timber at 14d.
1. 6. 0.
In the Streete.
Item
Two Peeces Thirty Foote at 9d.
1. 2. 6.
Item
Seaven Slabs at
0. 14. 0.
Item
A Filme Slab and Three Foote of Patten.
0. 5. 0.
At Hardingham and Remerstone.
Item
Three Trees Containeing Six Load
12. 0. 0.
Item
A Pollen about a Loade
1. 10. 0.
Item
Two Loades of Wrongs.
2. 0. 0.
At Wymondham.
Item
Two Loade of Timber
3. 0. 0.
At Rockland.
Item
A Small Walnutree and A Aspe
1. 0. 0.
Item
A old Drugg, A Timber Jack and other Tooles.
5. 0. 0.
Item
Two Loade of Hay
2. 0. 0.
Item
Debts Good and Bad and Ready Money
5. 0. 0.
Item
Three Silver Spoones.
0. 15. 0.
Item
Old Stones and Lumber and things Forgott.
1. 5. 6.
In all.
74. 10.10.
Valued and Apprised the Day and year
First above wrighten By
Christo Dixon )
Timothy Keymer )

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