Deed of sale of Household goods by Thomas Jenkins
Craswall and Michaelchurch Escley
Deed of sale of household goods by Thomas Jenkins of Craswall yeoman dated 10th September 1777 to his three sons John, Thomas and William and daughter Ann in consideration of the sum of £15.
The goods comprise two feather beds, three pairs of sheets, five blankets, three rugs or coverlids, four bedsteads, one brass kettle, two iron pots, one iron spit, four pewter dishes, six pewter plates, two chests, two coffers, two long tables, one cupboard, one tub, one cheese press, one cheese bowl, two trinds, two barrels, two benches, four twig bottome chairs.
The goods are located in three properties:
one in Craswall in the occupation of Thomas Parry
one in Craswall in Thomas Jenkins own occupation
Ty Pikes in Michaelchurch Escley occupied by John Griffits
One pewter plate is given to each of the three sons and daughter in the name of the whole.
Witnesses Thomas Beavan and Tho. Price