BADNALL WILLS AND INVENTORIES

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INVENTORY OF JOHN BADNALL OF BLOORE DALE, MUCKLESTON, STAFFORDSHIRE: 1679/80

A True and perfect Inventory of all the goods, Cattell &chattels of John Badnall of Bloore Dale in ye Parish of Muckleston lately deceased as they were viewed & prized by us whose names are subscribed

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Money owing without bond

12

00

00

 

Money owing upon security

104

00

00

 

his purse and apparrell

03

10

00

 

Corne threshed & unthreshed

04

00

00

 

hay

00

02

00

 

foure Cowes, one Twinter, one barren heifer two calves & one mare

00

11

07

 

sixteene sheepe

02

08

00

 

one pigge

00

00

16

 

Bedding & Bedstocks

03

00

00

 

Brasse and Pewter

00

15

00

 

Nappery ware of all sorts

01

13

04

 

One Cofer,one chest & one boxe

00

13

04

 

hempe and yarne

00

02

06

 

Bords & shelves over ye house

00

04

00

 

Wooden ware in ye house place

01

00

00

 

Iron ware

00

00

07

 

Cheese & butter

02

04

00

 

husbandry ware

00

06

00

 

working tooles

00

05

00

 

Mea[. . . . . ].

00

01

00

 

Things unpraised because out of sight

00

01

00

Totall

 

02

150

13

Praisers .viz. Thomas Ragnolds     [      ] the marke of H  henry vigars


LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.

[John Badnall died intestate and letters of administration were granted to his widow margery Badnall of Muckleston, Staffordshire on 28 November 1679 before Edward Orme.  A bond in 100 was entered into by Margery Badnall and Henry Vigars, husbandman,of Stoke on Trent,Salop.?]

Lichfield Joint Record Office: B/C/11 Probate

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