BADNALL WILLS AND INVENTORIES

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Last updated 18/10/2008


John Badnall of Cheswardine,   


THE INVENTORY OF CHRISTOPHER BADNALL, INNHOLDER, OF SPATH, UTTOXETER,  STAFFORDSHIRE 1723

A True and perfect Invenory of all ye Singular the Household Goods Cattle and Chattells of Christopher Bednall late of Spath in the parish of Uttoxeter and County of Stafford Innholder and Decd. taken and appraised by us whose names are hereunto Subscribed this 4th Day of October Anno Dm. 1723

Imprimis Purse and Apparell

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In the house place

 

 

 

One clock one Jack one screen Chair one Great Chair one little Dresser one press Cupboard with other Instruments

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Furniture in the parlour

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Furuiture in the further Chamber

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Furniture in the nearmost Chamber

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Brass and Pewter

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Barrells and Tubs

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Three Pigs

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One little Cob of Hay

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All other things

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Totall

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Wm. Taylor  The mke. of                            Appraisors

Anth. Mosely


[Letters of Administration were granted to Sarah Badnall, widow of Christopher who died intestate, on 18th October 1723 before John Husband, surrogate.


 Sarah Badnall, widow; Edward Norris, baker, and William Horobin, weaver -all of Uttoxeter - were bound in the sum of re the administration of Christopher’s estate]


Lichfield Joint Record Office, B/C/11 Probate


 

ADMINISTRATION RE JOHN BADNALL, OF CHESWARDINE
SHROPSHIRE: 1728

John Badnall of Cheswardine died intestate and letters of administration were granted to his widow Mary Badnall, at Newport, on 26 April 1728 before R. Rider, surrogate. A bond for £300 was entered by Mary Badnall, widow, of Cheswardine; John Badnall, farmer, of Cheswardine and Hugh Clivering, taylor, of Market Drayton. Before W. Buckeridge—Public Notary. 26 April 1728.

Lichfield Joint Record Office: B/C/11 Probate

 

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