Report problems or contribute information

 
1 Introduction 2 Message details 3 Upload file 4 Submitted

Help and advice for Abstract Number 10511

If you have found a problem on this page then please report it on the following form. We will then do our best to fix it. If you are wanting advice then the best place to ask is on the area's specific email lists. All the information that we have is in the web pages, so please do not ask us to supply something that is not there. We are not able to offer a research service.

If you wish to report a problem, or contribute information, then do use the following form to tell us about it.

We are in the process of upgrading the site to implement a content management system.

Abstract Number 10511

Return to Index Lists


1612 william walrond uplambourn lambourn brk archd berks will inv 10511
will and inventory of william walronde
1) will of william walrond of uplamborne, yeoman. dated 9 april 1612, weak in body
[original will - also in register L]
to richard walrond my son my half yardland in uplamborne which i late purchased of mr william essex esq and others and his heirs male and in deault of heirs male [etc], to my son thomas and in default to my son roger walrond and in default to my son john walrond.
to son richard 1 chest, 1 tableboard, 1 flock bed with all furnitures belonging to it and one half of my oaken timber about the house
son thomas 1 feather bed with all furniture, 1 chest, 3 pewter platters, 1 tableboard, 1 kettle and £30 at the age of 21 years
to my son william 1 feather bed with all furniture, 1 press, 3 pewter platters, 1 tableboard, 1 kettle and £30 at the age of 21 years
to son robert 1 flockbed with all furniture, 1 table, 1 copper, 3 pewter platters, 1 kettle, 10 sheep in 1 month after my decease, and £30 at the age of 21 years
to my son roger 1 flockbed with all funiture, 1 table board, 1 copper, 3 pewter platters, 1 kettle and 10 sheep within 1 month after my decease, and £30 at the age of 21 years
to susan my daughter 1 feather bed with all furniture, 2 coppers, 1 little brass pot and 3 pewter platters and £30 in money
to elizabeth hidden my daughter 2 quarters of barley to be paid unto her by 4 bushells every year after my decease
to john hidden her son one yearling bullock
to jane bacon my daughter 2 quarters of barley by 4 bushels every year after my decease and to every of her children that shall be living at the time of my decease 1 ewe sheep
the residue of my goods to jane my wife and john my son who are join executors
overseers: my good neighbours and friends thomas paine and william paradice
(12d each)
[testator makes his mark]
witnesses: henry smith, thomas payne, willm (x) paradice
probate oxon 12 may 1612 to executors named etc

2) inventory taken 7 may 1612 by thomas paine, thomas walronde, william paradice of lamborne aforesaid
his wearing apparell £3-6-8
4 feather beds, bolsters and 7 pillows £10
4 flock beds, 11 coverlets, 7 blankets £10
[other household effects etc]
straw and fodder in and about the house £10
all the corn in the barns and about the house £50
46 acres of corn of all sorts in the fields £40
87 sheep £31
12 rother beasts of all sorts £21
5 horse beasts £16
8 swine and all the poultry £4-10s
7 sides of bacon and beef £3
cheese in the house 6s-8d
wood and other implements and lumber about the house £12
lease of a tenement and yard lands in lamborne aforesaid for 7 years yet to come £43
1 bill of debts of robert north of lamborne wherein he oweth to the testator £4-6-8
sum total £289-10
signe: thomas payne, thomas (x) walrande, william (x) paradice
exhibited per janam walrond vid relict and johem' walronde fil etc


Copyright © 1998, Nick Hidden [Last revised 03 Apr 1998]