Llanveynoe


Name

LHS reference

NLW reference

Inv Date

Date of death

Jones, Phillip,   yeoman

pfs_llv_0184

BR/1744/18

29 Dec 1744

 


                                                                       

Item

£

s

d

Wearing Apparel

  1

  0

  0

Three feather beds and one old feather bed with
Three Bolsters and Curtains


  3


  0

 

  0

Three Rugs

 

10

  0

Seven Blankets and one new one

  1

  2

  6

Six Pairs of sheets

 

15

  0

Four Bedsteads

 

10

  0

Six Napkins

 

  3

  0

Two Table Cloths

 

  2

  0

Two old brass Pans

 

15

  0

Two brass Kettles one brass Boiler and one brass Pot

  1

  0

  0

Ten pewter Dishes and fifteen pewter plates

 

15

  0

Four earthen Plates

 

 

  4

Eight Petty [patty?] pans Six Pewter Porringers

 

  2

10

Four Pails five milk Trinds, one large Cheese Cowl
        four Cheese vats

 


  7


  0

Two andirons, two fire Tongs, one fire Shovel
one Bellows, one pair of Pot Hooks two Spits

 


  4


  0

Four chairs, one round Table Two long Tables, Three
Barrels, one bucking Tub1 , two kneading Trinds
two butter Churns



  1



  2



  0

One Pad, one Pack Saddle, one Bridle two pairs of Iron Gears

 

  5

  6

one pair of Harrows, one Plough, four pikles2 , two reaping Hooks

 


  9


  0

one Scythe, two Axes, one hedge Bill one Beetle3 , three
iron wedges

 

 
4


  6

Six Coffers, one Chest, Two Cheese Presses

 

  5

  0

Two boxes

 

  2

  0

One wheel cart one pair of Carr Bridles, four Augres [Augers]
three Gudges[?], one Spade, one stocking axe, one iron Bar,
one Addis [adze], three Mattocks



  1



  4



  0

Two mows4 of oats one mow of wheat

  1

15

  0

Two Ricks and two mows of hay

  2

  0

  0

Five cows

12

10

  0

One heifer, one Bull, and three Calves

  5

  5

  0

Two Horses

  4

  0

  0

Three Store Pigs and one fat Pig

  1

  4

  0

Five and forty Cheeses

  2

10

  0

One flitch od Bacon and two Flitches of Pork

 

15

  0

Ninety and two Sheep of all sorts

13

16

  0

Twenty seven Lambs

  2

14

  0

Money due from John Symonds

50

  0

  0

Three acres of wheat [?] on ye Ground

  1

10

  0

Due from James Symonds

50

  0

  0

Due from George Symonds

50

  0

  0

Due from Thomas Prosser

12

  0

  0

Due from M Floyer

21

  0

  0

Due from James Probbert

  3

  4

  0

Due from William Prichard

  2

10

  0

Due from From [sic] Francis Johnson

10

  0

  0

Trumpery and forgotten goods

 

  5

  0

                                                                                    

259

  0

  2

            [spelling modernized]                                                          
           

           

            Viewed & appraised the 29th day of December in the year of our Lord 1744

By us                                                
                                    

              Richard Nicholls

     the mark of James Symonds                                  

1 Bucking Tub- a tub for ?«£bucking??? which was the steeping of clothes in lye to cleanse them  when soap was rare and expensive. After steeping the clothes were beaten with wooden paddles.

2
Pickle ??? pitch fork
3
Beetle ??? a heavy wooden mallet often used for erecting fence posts.
4
mow ??? a rick or sack.
(The above explanations are from Stuart A. Raymond, Words from Wills.)


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