BADNALL WILLS AND INVENTORIES 

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Ursula Churchill nee Badnall of Bessels Leigh 


THE INVENTORY OF RICHARD BADNALL, OF STANDON
STAFFORDSHIRE: 1682

May ye 6  1682
The Inventory of Richard Badnall

two heifors att

3

0

0

nine sheepe att

1

16

6

his purs and waring aparell & mony

5

10

0

 

8

6

6

praised by mee William Lovatt

[Letters of administration were granted to John Badnall, husbandman of Walford, Standon in Staffordshire, brother of Richard Badnall who died intestate, before Richard Raines at Carswell on the 25 March 1682. John Bednall (Badnall) was bound in the sum of £20 in respect of the estate of his brother.]


Lichfield Joint Record Office: B/C/11 Probate


 

THE INVENTORY OF URSULA CHURCHILL NEE BADNALL, OF BESSELS LEIGH,  BERKSHIRE 1686

 

 

£

s

d

Imprimus

All her Wearing aparill

00

17

0

Item

one flock bed and two flock boulsters

0

05

06

Item

two little pillows

0

00

06

Item

one bedsted

0

04

00

Item

one trockle bedsteed

0

00

06

Item

two old Covorlids

0

02

03

Item

two old blanckets

0

01

00

Item

three sheets

0

06

00

Item

two old towills

0

00

04

Item

one napkin

0

00

06

Item

three pewter plators

0

06

06

Item

three pewter poringers

0

01

03

Item

one pewter flagon and a litle Cup

0

01

00

Item

 one saltseler and two sasers

0

00

08

Item

one Warmeing pane

0

02

00

Item

a fire shovle and tongs

0

01

00

Item

a pare of bellosse

0

00

06

Item

halfe a dosen of trenshers

0

00

06

Item

one skimer

0

00

07

Item

 three kittles

0

05

00

Item

 one fringpan

0

02

00

Item

two potes and a litle postnet

0

09

00

Item

 one spit

0

01

00

Item

 three barills and a kiver

0

03

04

Item

some odd erthen Ware

0

00

06

Item

one Cobord

0

04

00

Item

one little table

0

00

08

Item

one Chaier and a forme

0

00

08

Item

a baconrack

0

00

06

Item

two tubs

0

02

04

Item

a Cafor and a litle stoole

0

01

06

Item

two pare of hangils

0

01

08

Item

some working tools

0

03

00

Item

som old lumbering things

0

03

06

 

 

4

10

3

A trew Invetory In the Judgment of Timothy [..]lans  And Charles Matthews that praised the goodes.


[Note in latin that the inventory was exhibited 27 October 1686.  A bond in twenty pounds was entered  by Thomas Badnall and William Badnall brothers of Ursula Churchill and farmers of Bessilsleigh in Berkshire before Edward Master 27 October 1686 in respect of Ursula Churchillís estate.]


Berkshire Record Office D/A1/184/51

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