BADNALL WILLS AND INVENTORIES 

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Joseph Badnall of Bristol 


THE INVENTORY OF SARAH BADNALL, WIDOW, OF UTTOXETER
 STAFFORDSHIRE: 1734

A true and perfect Inventry of all and singular the goods and Chattles rights and credits of Sarah Badnall late of Uttoxeter in the County of Stafford Widow deceased Appraised by [    ] whose names are hereunto subscribed the twenty sixth day of September 1734

First

One bagg of Hops

0

10

0

 

New clothe sheets and table linnen

3

7

4

 

Earthen ware

0

5

0

 

Iron kettle and other Iron things

0

6

0

 

A pair of Bedstedes and Iron rods

0

10

0

 

A large Chest

0

12

0

 

A small Bible

0

1

0

 

Baggs and measures

0

8

0

 

A large Whedle

0

2

6

One frame

0

12

3

 

A Maslin Bottle Sauce pan One doz: of bottles an old shovel

0

5

0

 

Poultry

00

O

3

 

Purse and apparele

4

0

0

 

Farnauce Barrels brewing vessells Clock Malt Mill Pump and other household goods

27

6

6

Totall

 

38

8

8

Appraisors  Wm. Wheildon John Wheildon


[Letters of Administration granted to William Badnall, son of Sarah Badnall at Cheadle on 14th November 1754 before Richard Rider.


William Badnall, of Leek, dyer; John Oakes of Leek, gent; and Gilbert Frogatt of Lichfield, gent, were bound in the sum of £100 re the administration of Sarah Badnall’s estate.

Lichfield Joint Record Office, B/C/11 Probate


 

THE WILL OF JOSEPH BADNALL, MALTSTER, OF ST. JAMES PARISH, BRISTOL, GLOUCESTERSHIRE: 1741

In the Name of God Amen——I Joseph Badnall of the Parish of St. James, Bristol, Maltster, Being of Sound Disposing Mind & Memory Blessed be God for this Do make this My Last Will & Testament following That is to Say Imprimis I Give & Bequeath unto my well Beloved Son Joseph Badnall my Beauroe & Clock & all the rest of my Goods & Chattles whatsoever that I Leave Behind me after my Decease & I will that Richard Churchman John Vaughan Thomas Martin & Alexander Davis shoued be Executors in trust to see this my Last will & Testament truely & Faithfully Performed & Imediately after my Decease they Shall Take & Enter upon all my Goods & Chattles Books & Book Debts & all the rest of the premises in Order to Breed up my Son untill such time that he shall come to the age of Twenty years at their Discretion & when arived at the above Said Twenty years to Deliver up their Trust & afacts to the said Joseph Badnall & In case the said Joseph Badnall shoued Dye before he arive to the years of twenty then I will that all my afacts may be Equally Divided Between the Children of Rachel Williams Daughter of Richard Churchman & the Children of Eliz: Vaughan Daughter of Richard Churchman that are born at the Sighneing of this my Last will & Testament In witness whereof I have set my hand & Seal the 20th Day of December 1738

Joseph Badnall (signed) SEAL

Witness  Thos Davis,  Jos. PeglerJohn FrancesThomas Walter


 

[Proved at Bristol 19th Nov.1741, Surrogate: Rev. Josiah Tucker K.A.  Executors: John Vaughan & Thomas Martin with a power reserved for Alexander Davis.  Richard Churchman had died before he could prove the will.]

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