John Courteney
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John Courteney to 1687
John Courteney died in 1687. A list of his chattels was appraised by Thomas Ward and Elmer Sparke.


An Inventory of the Goods and Chattells of John Courteney, millwright, of Lakenham, who died the 14th day of October 1687. [much of this heading is illegible]


His wearing apparell
In the Kitching one iorn range, two iorn chodbas, one pand iorn and Kidling iorn, two fire pans, two pairt of Ranges, one Rafting iorn and one iron fire and pand and iorn hobs
Also one Brass's Horse and iron Groots
Also one Smoothing iron and two iorn heals
Also one Stranding Knife, one Roofe fowle and grate, two iorn smoothers and one drying box and one patten candlestick and a pairt of snuffers and one Candel box and a box and a half of Hollowes
To two tables, three iron Glasses and six Chayers and one Grande Chayer
To one Dresser
Also two Brasse Candelsticks, one warming pan and one brasse Shive, one Brasse Monton and a Brasse rostol and a Brasse Spoone
Also two brasse Shillotts and one Brass Sromer and one basting Spoone
Also twelve pewter plates and six penningers and eighteen pounds of pewter fat
Also four silver spoones and a silver sall
Also in the parlour: one drawer table and Cannitt
Also eight wrought Chayers, two Coated Stooles and six coated Stooles and one ditto table
Also one iorn Leade Chedess with Endirons and tonges with one iorn and Brasse and one iorn hin
Also in the parlour Chambers: Chest of drawers and a Little Table
Also one Bed as it stand and six Chayers
Also four fixtings and four fixting Rods and one stander
Also two pairs of Endiorns and two Brasses
Also in the Kitchen Chamber
One Bed as it stands
Also one Great Chest and a neist of drawers
Also one Table, two Chayers and one T- and one foynt Stoole
Also four yeardes of Stuffe
Also one other yearde of Stuffe old
Also 39 yards of Gauze Cloth at seven shillings a yard
Also three yards and a halfe of fine Cloth at ten shillings a yard
Also a remnant of Stuffe
Also a Side Saddle
Also one Bed as it stands in the Garrett and one old Carpitt
Also one Silke trundell at
Also three pairt of T-
also a - for Stuffe
Also eight diaper napkins
Also 24 Roughedd napkins at
Also three Holland Stooles and five pillowe Beans
Also four paire of hamping stooles
Also three table clothes and twelve Towels
Also another [illegible]
[illegible]
Also four dozen Glass's and Stowring Bottles
Also one dozen iorn Tumblers
Also a Parroll of haze to the value of five loads
Also five netts to catch eels
Also five horse beasts
Also one Cowe at
Also two hoge shots
also two Little brasse Capons and a Little Cold Choodett in their stand at the milk house
Also one Bee - stands at the milk house
Also a pound of fulling Soape
Also a Bridel and Sadell and a Cart Saddell
Also Lumber and things not appraised
Also Good and Bad debts

£. s. d.
05-00-00


01-15-00
00-15-00
00-03-00


00-10-00
02-00-00
00-06-08

01-00-00
00-07-00
01-15-00
01-10-00
01-00-00

02-05-00

02-00-00
01-16-00
15-00-00
00-14-00
00-14-00

06-00-00
02-10-00
00-14-00
03-00-00
03-00-00
13-13-00
01-15-00
00-05-00
01-10-00
03-00-00
00-08-00
10-00-00
00-10-00
00-12-00
00-18-00
01-18-00
01-10-00
00-16-00
00-11-00
00-12-00
00-08-00
00-02-00
05-00-00
01-10-00
20-00-00
02-15-00
01-06-08

12-00-00
02-10-00
10-00-00
00-10-00
01-00-00
60-00-00

265-12-10
Tho Ward
Elm Sparke

26th Decembris the said 1687.



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