Other wills and administrations: Will of Henry Gumbleton of Longburton


The will of Henry Gumbleton. Longburton. Blacksmith. 4th July 1664

Transcribed by Wendy Fox

All his waring apparill vaylewed at £1-00-00
Ite one Bedsteed one flocke beed wite all the other
furniture there unto belonging vaylewed at £1-05-00
Ite one chest vaylewed at £0-06-00
Ite one brassa pott one brasse pann and one paire of
pott hocks and one litle brass kitle vaylewed at £0-08-06
Ite one table bord frame and forme and one chare vaylewed £0-02-06
Ire one pair of Billis one chisill with all the other
tools thereunto belonginge vaylewed at £4-06-08
Ite two barrills one litle Trendill with all other Small
things not yet vaylewed and now vaylewed at £0-05-00
Ite Due from William Noake upon bond £8-00-00
Ite in redy mony in house £3-00-00
Sum in totall £18-13-08

Co apud Sherborne
3tio Juli 1665
per Adrdo

(proved at Sherbourne 3rd July 1665)

Dorset wills (Salisbury Probate Court) 1
4 Jul 1666



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