Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Inventory for the Probate of Cuthberte Huckvale - Overnorton, Oxfordshire - 1637

The inventory of Cuthberte Huckvale (c.1566-1636) of Over Norton, Oxfordshire, transcibed by myself. Cuthberte is my 9th great-grandfather. Unfortunately the tabs from my original transcription are ignored, which screws up the type-setting a bit.
Source: Oxfordshire Wills Index, 1516-1857, Oxfordshire Archives, 31/4/28 


The Inventory of the goods and 00Cattalls of Cuthbert Huckvale of Overnorton in the parishe of Cheppingnorton in
the County of Oxon Gent late decessed as heard after followeth, vewed seene & prayssed by Wm Fletcher
& Rd Busbye of Overnorton aforesayde, the 25 daye of the month of March in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand
five sixe hundred & thirtie seven, & in the 12 yeare of the Reigne of ouer Sovereigne Lord Charles By the grace of god kinge

    Inprimis three horsses prayssed att                    7    0    0
    Item five kine prayssed att                        10    0    0
    It three heavy foos prayssed att                        4    0    0
    It five Akars & a land of Wheate prayssed att                5    0    0
    It five akars of Barlye & hayssed att                    2    10    0
    It fowre akars of pease att                        2    0    0
    It three akers & three yeares of Oats prayssed att            1    5    0
    It three quarters of Barlye & ahalfe for feede prayssed at        3    10    0
    It grist Corne prayssed att                        1    6    8
    It one yron bound Carte one ploughe three harrows & horsegeares
    & one donge Carte & other Implements prayssed att            2    10    0
    It haye prayssed att                            2    13    0
    It one Sowe & piggs & fowre fluhinge of Backon prayssed att        2    0    0
    It fire woode & Cart timbber & plough timber prayssed att        1    0    0
    It one Scaffoulde with a littell fearne onit prayssed att            0    6    8
    It one furnes one malte mill & other Implements att            1    13    4
    It in the Chamber ouer the Buttrie one olde garner one dowgze
    kiuer & one shinninge wheele & olde yron n& other Implements    1    0    0
    It one morter & pestell & other brase prayssed att            1    10    0
    It two poots & three posnets prayssed att                1    0    0
    It one Wassor & kawer & other pewter prayssed att            0    5    0
    It three silver spoones prayssed att                    0    15    0
    It two peare of flaxen sheets & pillows prayssed att            0    13    0
    It eight peare of Coorse sheets & halfs a dossen of napkins &
    two table Clothes prayssed att                        1    10    0
    It one Cubberd in the hall one table one Cheyer one forme
    & two stooles with other Implements prayssed att            1    6    8
    It one yron barr & one olde yron beame for weighte three
    Spitts undievrs & other Implements prayssed att            0    10    0
    It Coopperie ware prayssed att                        0    6    0
    It two fether bedes two flaxbeds fowre pillowes fowre bowsters
    with Cowlids blankets & two bedsteeds prayssed att            5    0    0
    It two Chests two Coffers & a warmeinge pann att            0    10    0
    It his wearinge aparrell & boots & other Implements att            6    0    0
    It att Brayfes one table borde one beinh & waynescott & two
    joyne fooles one littell fettell & one shelfe & other Implements
    prayssed att                                0    6    8

                                Some is    67    7    0

                                Ex[ecutum] erat huioi[s] In[ventu]ri apud
                                Chi[p]pi[n]g[nor]ton in visitaco[n]e ib[ide]m dict[i] decimo
                                nono die mensi Aprilis 1637 p[er]
                                Alicia Huckvale Rel[i]c[t]am et Ex[ecut]rem &c
                                pro vero ac pleno In[ventu]rio &c sub p[ro]testat[one]
                                tamen de addendo &c q[uo]d si &c

                                It was executed, this Inventory at
                                Chipping Norton, in a visitation to the said place, on the
                                nineteenth day of the month April 1637 through
                                Alice Huckvale Widow and Executor etc.
                                for a true and full Inventory etc. under protestation
                                nevertheless about which is to be added

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