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nesses : George Beetham, Thomas Williams. Inventory, 1 1 May
1627, (9. 3s.4d.) by Seth Pope and John Hull.

Oxford and Bucks Peculiars file 1627.

William Godwin, Sidenham, Oxon, husbandman. Will 15
January, 2 Chas I; proved 24 November 1628. To William
Keene now our minister of Sidenham los, to be paid by Chris-
topher Baldwin or myne executor etc. To Christopher Towne's
children viz. Robert, Christopher, Rachell, Jeffery, Agnes I2d.
apeece. To widdowe Yorke, widdowe Andrewes, Hellen Hey-
feyld and her daughter Joane Heyfeyld I2d apiece. To Rachell
Towne, wife of Christopher Towne, all goods etc. in house of
Christopher Towne to be delievered by mine overseer. To said
Rachell I2d. Rest to said Christopher Towne, executor. Over-



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seer : neighbour Richard Hayley. Witnesses : Wm Keene,
Xpofer Baldvvyn, Robert Lyncke, Richard Hayley.

Inventory of WilHam Godding late of Sidenham taken by John
White and Richard Haley £7. /s.Sd. Exhibited 24 November
1628.

Oxford and Bucks Peculiars, file 1628.

Thomas Goodden. (Great Bourton?) Will 20 September
1630; proved 9 November 1630. To wife on ioyne bed, on
coverled, on payer of blankets, one wobbed, one boulster, two
pillows and two coffers and all her childbed linen. To my foure
daughters Marie, Elizabeth, Dorothie and Anne twentie nobles a
peece and to everie one of them one payer of sheetes and one
platter at 21 or marriage etc. To sonn Thomas executor, all my
teme with theire gears, the carte, plowe and harrowes and such
nessesarie things for husbandrie and all the maddowe beinge
for maintenance of his teme and one half the besse and one half
the woden vessel at end of eight yeares and then to devide the
besse and the wooden vessell. Sonn to plowe, till, sowe and
bring home his mother's third part as he doth his owne and then
to half one half a yeard land. They to use my whole livinge
together vnto end of eight yeares then to devide according to my
will. To Supervisors 6d. apeece. Sonn Thomas executor.
Supervisors: Thomas Darl , George Hopkins and Rychard
Tunes. Proved at C

A true note are I taken of the goods of Thomas Gooden

of Great Borton whoe departed this life the 28th day of September
in the yeare of our lord god 1630.

Imprimis his purse and wearing aparell 2"io^

It. three horses, theire gears, a carte, a plowe, a payer of

harrowes and a rowle lo'^-

It. three bease gii-

It. the corne and peasse and hay 26"'

It. a cocke and fiue hens i^ 6''

It. Rogers locke and belles 33

George Hopkins. not totalled.

Jhon Den Exhibited 9 November 1630.

Robert Crowley.

Oxford and Bucks Peculiars, file 1630.

Edmund Goodwyn, Dorchester, Oxon. Nuncupative will
November 1630; proved 16 December 1630. All to wife Joane



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 703

Goddyn. Witnesses : Margaret Cherrill, Ann Cherrill. Admin-
istration to relict Joan. Account of Joane Goddin adminis-
tratrix of the will of Edward Goddin late of Dorcester, Oxon,
exhibited 12 March 1630/1 Debts paid.

William Carter, Thomas Seyworth, Widdow Jerum, Thomas
Benum, William Innes, Richard Larkin, William Carter.

£9. los. 5.

in hand £24. los. 3d.

Oxford and Bucks peculiars, file 1630.

Henry Goodwin, Horley. Will 27 December 1631 ; proved 3
August 1631. To be buried in churchyard of Horley. To my
sonn John Goodwin, my daughter Anne Seane and to my sonne
Henry Goodwin £15 amongst them. To my daughter Elizabeth
French one cow. Rest to my now wife Mary, executrix. Wit-
nesses : John Clarsin (overseer), brother John Goodwin.

An inventory of all the goodes and household stuffe of Henry
Goodwin late of Horley in the county of Oxen, yeoman, deceased,
praysed by John Goodwin, William Nichols and John Beach as
followeth :.

Imprimis his apparell xxx^*

Item three kine vj^^'x^-

Item thirtye four sheepe x"'

Item, one hoge x^"

Item the corne and hay xviij®"

Item the linnens xj^

Item the butter, cheese, apples, hempe xiij^*

Item, the coffers, tables and wodern ware xx^*

Item brasse, pewter, iron and earthenware xxx^*

Item the bookes ij^

Item all the woud aboute the groundes x^

Item one hive of bees v^*

Item one pannell wth other implements v'

Item f oure hennes ij^*

Summa xxxxij'''viij^-
Exhibit'' erat hoe Inven'
apud Banburie vicesemo
3° die Aprilis Ano Dni 1632
p' Maria Goodwin exiem &c
Oxford and Bucks Peculiars, file 1631.



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PECULIAR OF BRIDGNORTH, SHROPSHIRE.

John Overton of Erdingley in the parish of Quatford county-
Salop, yeoman. Will 28 June 1641 ; proved 20 November 1641.
To Johane Corser, widow, my sister, 40s. To Francis Overton,
my brother, 40s. To Symen Corser, my kinman, 30s. To
Thomas Corser, my kinsman, 30s. To Sisley Corser, my kins-
woman, 30s. To Elizabeth, wife of Richard Gravenor, 40s. To
Richard Overton, my kinsman, 40s. and one pair of waine wheels
iron-bound. To Francis Swalman, my sister's son, los. To the
poor of Quatford on the day of my burial los. To Ambros
Morris, my godson, 20s. To the four children of Simon Corser,
my kinsman, 3s. 4d. apiece. To John Jeames, son of William
Jeames, my cousin by marriage 3s. 4d. To Zacharie, Thomas
and John three sons of Francis Overton, my brother, to each of
them 3s. 4d. To Anne, wife of Richard Overton, my cousin, 5s.
To the two children of Richard Gravenor, my kinsman, 3s. 4d.
apiece. Executors : Symon Corser and Richard Overton, my
two kinsmen. Witnesses: Richard Woodard (his mark), Wil-
liam King (his mark), Thomas Nichols, clerk.

Inventory £43-6-10. Taken 7 July 1641 by Edward Farmer,
John Gilbert, Francis Overton.

Peculiar of Bridgnorth.

ARCHDEACONRY OF TAUNTON, SOMERSET.

Johane Gooden, North Petherton, widow. Will 22 June 1549;
proved 5 March 1549/50. My bodie to be buried in the church
yard of North Petherton. I geve to Robert Goodyn my son xxtie
shepe of wethers, yewes, and lambes. To John, Alexander and
Anne the children of the said Robert, each one shepe. To said
Robert my platters, my potengers, one paire of shetts, a chafer,
a coflfer and a mantell. To Phillippe Gooden a peticote of white.
To Marie Gooden my beste gowne. To Johane and Isbell either
of them a gowne. To the said three maidens either of them a
shete, a knitter and a coffer. To John Gooden the younger a
coffer. To the maintenance of the church of Petherton 6s. To
the Vicar xijd. Residue to John Goodyn my sonne whom I make
my executor. Witnesses: John Rose, Vicar, John Crome and
Ri. Yonge.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, Book i, folio 485.



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 7°S

William Goodyn, Northpetherton. Will 22 Apryll 1558;
proved 4 May 1558. To be buried in Petherton churchyard. To
church 8d. To Cathedral church of Wells 4d. To my son John
thelder my waste cote and best hosyer. To Hughe and George
children of said John one cote each. To dought' Jone two shepe
and on lambe. Resydewe to wief Jone and son John the yonger
executors. Witnesses: sr Wyllm Bridge p'son of Durloxton,
William Churchyll and John Stacye. Debts owinge Willm
Howell 40s. Debts I owe. To John Thorne of Hunteworthye
£9. 6s.8d. To my sister Alyce Noryngton £3. I2s.8d. To
Symon Courte 6s.8d. To Mr. Gobye 10

Archdeaconry of Taunton, Book 2 (1557-1558), page 160.

Elizabeth Goodhin of Northpetherton, widow. Will 9 April
1587; proved 20 May 1587. To be buried in churchyard of
North-Petherton Parish St Andrewes Wells 4d. To Margaret
Pluertland my daughter 20s. flockbed and to Alice Hansell one
olde peticote. To Philip Huertland my daughter Margaret's son
20s. To Jesper Bidggod one little brasse pann. Residue to son
Richard Goodhin executor. Witnesses : Richard Bidyshood and
overseer Richard Bidyeshood.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, Register 7 (1587- 1588), folio 109.

John Godding, Chreech (Creech? Somerset). Will 11 Febru-
ary 6 James Proved 1610. To daughter Jane Cooke,
wife of William Cooke, and their children. To daughter Agnys,
wife of William Davie, and their children. Son John executor.
Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1610.

John Goodwin, D.D., Parson of Lawrence Lideard. (Lydeard
St Lawrence?). Nuncupative will 3 November 1628; proved 19
June 1629. To son John Goodwin first presentation of Parson-
age of Lawrence Lideard aforesaid, the gift to remayne to wieff
Anstice Goodwin and son Emanuell. To said Wife Anstice
Goodwin at Taunton Deane, land for life, then to son Emanuell.
Rest to wife Anstice, executrix. Witnesses : Peter Holway and
Margaret Saunders,

Archdeaconry of Taunton, will file 1624, old no. 17.

Richard Gooding, yeoman, of Moorland in North Petherton.
Will 21 September 1670: proved 15 November 1671. To my



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son Richard Gooding- £5. To my daughter Hannah Poole £5
within one month after my decease. To my son James Gooding
£10 within a month after my decease. To my daughter Sarra
DarHng los. within a month after my decease and my bed and
the furniture my wife died in. To George Darhng the younger
40s. at 21. To Katherine Poole 20s. Whereas I have the estate
from Edward Court Esq. for 4 score and 19 years, if Richard
and Thomas Gooding my sonnes shall happen so long to live I
give and bequeath the residue of my said terme to my son Thomas
Gooding : my son Thomas shall pay to my son Richard Gooding
30s. per annum for life. To Richard Goodmg my bed and fur-
niture that is now in the hall etc. The residue to my son Thomas.
Executor: my son Thomas. Witnesses: Robert Colthurst,
Richard Gooding.

A trew and perfitte inventory of all the goods and chattells of
Richard Gooding the elder of Moorland, in the parish of North
Petherton, in the County of Somersett, latly decessed taken and
aprised by Robert Colthrust, Richard Gooding and George Good-
ing, the 22 day of November 1671.

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Item. In the kitchen chamber one standing beadsteed
and one feather bead with other things there-
unto belonging. 2 10 o
Item. In the same chamber on beadsteed more and one

fiocke bead with other things belonging.
Item. One cheast and two coffers.
Item. One payre of camvas shetts and other lining.
Item. In the hall chamber on trundell beadsteed with

one flock bead.
Item. In the Hall one flock bead with two bolsters and

other furniture thereunto belonging.
Item. One side tabell and formes.
Item. One littell cubberd.
Item. In the kitchen two brasse potts.
Item. Two brasse pannes.

Item. Fouer brasse caldrons and one littell skillett.
Item. Seaven pott of putter.

Item. One table board, two formes and one side board.
Item. Two brandises two iron crooks and two chares.









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Item. Two butts three hoggseds, two halfe hoggseds,

three barrells, sixe tubbes and fouer payles. i 10 o

Item. One cheste presse, one silting tray and eight
chesse fates.

Item. Backen in the house.

Item. One mare.

Item. One packe saddell with paniers.

Item. One Malt mill.

Item. Wheat and beanes.

Item. One wining sheett and three bagges.

Item. One chattell.

Item. One bond.

Item. Other things forgotten and not foreprised.

Sum total 76 74
Robert Colthurst.
George Gooding.
Richard Gooding.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1671, number 61.

Henery Gooding, gentleman, of the parish of Halse, county
Somerset. Will 17 October 1677: proved 23 November 1677.
To my eldest son Thomas Gooding ten pieces of gold in a greene
purse. To my daughters Sarah and Joane Gooding ii20 each.
To my son Humphrey Gooding £120. To my daughter Mary
Gooding £120. To my children John and Samuel £150 each.
What estate I die possessed of shall go to the maintenance of
my seven children borne me by my later wife, till they are dis-
posed of by my trustees. Executor : my son Thomas Gooding.
Overseers and trustees : my brothers-in-law Mr. Thomas Mus-
grove, Mr. William Knight and Mr. Thomas Clement of King-
stone and Thomas Palmer of Stanley, senior. Witnesses. John
Baker, Henry Sulley, John Hill, Walteer Pearee.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1677, number 57.

Robert Gooding of Halse, weake of bodye etc. Will 20 Octo-
ber 1680; proved 14 January 1680. To my brother Thomas
Gooding £250. To my brother Humphry Gooding £80. To
my brother Samuel Gooding £80. To my sister Mary Gooding
£100. To my sister Johan Gooding £80. To be paid in each



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case at 21 years of age. To John Wyne son of William Wyne of
Halse £50 at 21. To Nathaniel Winter, Mary Winter and Rich-
ard Winter sons and daughter of Richard Winter and Mary
Winter late of Halse £15 each at 21. To my sister Sarah £20
when her husband shall make or assure any estate in lands or
tenements in trust for her of the yearly value of £20 or upwards.
To my cousin Richard Washer of Halse all my dwelling house
and garden at the easter end of Fairmeadow at Northey in Halse
now in possession of the said Richard Washer for the term of
years I have if he live so long, if not then to Richard Washer's
eldest son if he has a son, if no son, to his eldest daughter. To
Katharine wife of William Wyne my black mare. To ye poor
of Halse £30 to be placed out at interest by the overseers of the
poor there, the interest being distributed amongst the poorest
labouring people in the said parish. To each of my godchildren
40s. Residue to my brother John Gooding if he lives to 21, if
not to my brother Thomas Gooding if he lives to 21, if not then
to my brother Humphry Gooding if he comes to 21, if not then to
my brother Samuel Gooding. Executors : Thomas Clement of
Kingstone, William Wyne of Halse, to act until my eldest, or if
he die another, brother is 21.

John Nation, John Wescomb, Robert Conder.

Second Probate, 24 October 1691, by the oath of Samuel Good-
ing, brother and executor, John Gooding and all the rest of the
executors being dead. 24 October 1691. Guardianship, Samuel
Gooding who was then 21 granted to Edmond Seaman, kinsman
of the said minor during his minority.

A true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and
chatties of Robert Gooding of Halse in the County of Somerset
deceased, taken and preised ye 28 day of January by us whose
namys are hereunder written in the yere of Our Lord God 1682.



Imprimis. His wearing apparell.

Item. Money in purse.

Item. Three silver spoones.

Item. Foure fatt oxen, 2 fatt kine, i fatt heifer

and the hay in the house at Stoverd.
Item. Four cows, i heifer and i reeke of mingmeat.
Item. Thirty and one Hogge sheep.



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Item. Two clover reeks at Stoverd.

Item. The barley and pease in Stoverd barn.

Item. The corn in Yallon's barn.

Item. The hay reek in the Home Close.

Item. One cut of timber.

Item. 38 ewes.

Item. 32 weather sheep.

Item. 3 rams.

Item. 4 oxen and 2 steers.

Item. I barley reek, i wheat mow with the wheat
and barley in the home barn.

Item. 2 fat swine.

Item. 7 lean swine.

Item. 6 small swine.

Item. 2mares and i horse.

Item. The hay reeke in the garden.

Item. The bed and bedsteed in the parlor with the
furniture thereof.

Item. In the same room i cubboard, i table board
and carpett and the clock and a form.

Item. In the hall i table board.

Item. 4 hogsheadsand 3 lesser barrells.

Item. In the apple chamber i bed and bedsteed per-
formed.

Item. In the Hall chamber i truckle bedand bed-
steed performed.

Item. In the same i great chest.

Item. 2 brass pans weight 33 pounds.

Item. 2 brass pots and i skellett.

Item. Pewter weighing 54 pounds.

Item. 4 porringers.

Item. 2 brass kittles.

Item. 3 great puter dishes.

Item. Five hundred feet and a half of boards.

Item. For cheese.

Item. One Malt hutch.

Item. For bacon.

Item. Debts.

Item. Debts desperate.

Item. Three plow chaines yoaks and bows.



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Item. One paire of drags. lO o

Item, three sooles. i CO

Item. On trunke and lumber goods. i o o

Item. One tenement called by the name of Briers. lOO o o

Item. One tenement called Priddies. lOO o o

Item. One tenement lying at Stovort. 700 o o
Item. One tenement lying at Northie and part of

Sidenham tenement. 1200 o o
Item. One chattle lease for three laies called Yal-

lons. 60 o o

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total is 2491 14 8

John Baker junior, Symon Cridland, George Cossier, John
Baker senior.

A true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods and
chatties of Robert Gooding of Halse in the Co. of Somerset
deceased taken and prized the first day of December by us whose
names are hereunder written in the year of Our Lord God i6gi.

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Bryers 100 o o
Item. One tenement called by the name of Priddy's

tenement. 100 o o

Item. One tenement lyeing at Stoverd. 700 o o
Item. One tenement lyeing at Northy and part of

Sydenham's tenement. 1200 o o

Item. One chattle lease for two leies called Yallons 50 o o



the sum is 2150 o o
John Kingdon, Thomas Seaman. Exhibited 12 December 1691.
Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1680, number 50.

Richard Goodinge. North Petherton. Will 25 June 1683:
proved 22 July 1683. Sick. To my wife Brigett Goddinge the
tester bedsteed with bolster etc. also 40s. to be paid in sums of
los. each half year till paid. If my wife have brought me into
debt or cause my executor to pay any debt which shee hath
brought me into before my decease then she shall not be paid her



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 71I

40s. but it shall remain to my executor. To my sister Hannah
Poole all the residue of my estate. Executrix : my sister Hannah
Poole. Witnesses : Thomas ^ Fackrell, Kathrin K Poole,
Roger Femborow, Ann ^ Stodgell.

A true and perfect Inventory of the goods and chatties of Rich-
ard Gooding of Northpetherton in the County of Somersett,
husbandman, deceased, aprised and taken by John Dibble, Roger
Femborow, Joseph Bull, Robert Godderd the 9 July 1683.



Imprimis. His waring apparell and money in his purse.

Item. For corne in ground 3 akers barley and beanes.

Item For barley in Molkin acker.

Item. For too mares and i colt.

Item. For i apple grindinge mill.

Item. For one mault mill and one grindinge stone.

Item. For one tester bedstead with the feather bed and

the furniture thereunto belonging.

Item. For one flock bed and one bedstead.

Item. For one chest and one cof er, and two little boxes

Item. For one brewinge trow and two toobs.

Item. For one fryinge pan.

Item. For two barells.

Item. For one posuett and two pewter dishes.

Item. For two shelve board.

Item. For one hook and one hatchett, and one besgay.

Item. For one paire of Aisle poots.

Item. For one little boate.

Item. For one cull of timber.

Item. For one pack saddle, girse and Tinge.

Item. For one heckeene saddle and bridle.

Item. For things forgotten and out of memory.

Sum total 24 12 II

Seen, valued and apprized by us whose names are hereunto sub-
scribed the day and yeare first above written.
John Tibbie, Joseph Bull, Roger Femborow, Robert Goddard.
Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1683, number 93.



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Thomas Gooding, of Halse, being but weak of body .

Will 25 October 1683: proved 5 February 1684. To my brother
John Gooding £5. To my brother Samuel Gooding £70 within
half a year after my decease. To my sisters Mary and Johan
Gooding £40 each to be paid when my executor is 21. To my
sister Sarah Radford 20s. a yere for life. To the children of my
aunt Mary Winter deceased £5 each at 21. To the poor of Halse
10 bushels of wheat. To my brother Humphrey Gooding my
tenement in Halse : if my brothers Humphrey or John Gooding
shall happen to die before they are 21, then I bequeath my
tenement to my brother Samuel Gooding he paying my legacies
abovementioned. If Humphrey and Samuel die before 21, then
my tenement to my brother John Gooding he to pay to my sisters
Mary and Johan Gooding £300 each. To Richard Washer my
kinsman all my goods in his house at my decease. Executor:
my brother Humphrey Gooding. Overseers: William Knight,
Thomas Clement of Kingston and William Wyne of Halse. To
each of them 40s. Witnesses: Abraham Hancocke, David
Parker, the mark of Hugh r Sulley.

A true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods,
chatties, and credits of Thomas Gooding, late of the parish of
Halse, deceased, taken and prized the third day of December, by
Abraham Hancock and John Baker in the year of Our Lord God
1683.

Imprimis. His waring apparell.

Item. Money in purse.

Item. Two oxen and two steers.

Item. On More.

Item. Two and thirty sheepe.

Item. Wheat in mow and barne.

Item. Barley.

Item. Clover seed in barne.

Item. Hay.

Item. Thirteen pieces of gold and weights

Item. Six gold rings and a little gold chain.

Item. Five and twenty sliver spoones.

Item. Eight silver spoones, on silver bole and on

silver cup.
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Item. On large diape table cloth, fourteen napkins,

two pair of sheets, four pair of pillow tyes, on

cubboard cloth and on towell.
Item. On bill and two swords.
Item. On bed, bolster and coverled.
Item. Two coffers.

Item. One coffer with the coorse lining in it.
Item. For the Hall on table board, three forms, on

chair, on glass cage.
Item. In the parler on bedsted, on chair, on cubbord.
Item. In the parlor chamber on bedsted, on little table

bord, on chest, on little box, two cushions, on

cubberd presse
Item. Wooll.

Item In the butlery chamber on bedsteed.
Item. In the Kitchen chamber, four old coffers and

on old bedsteed, on old hutch and other lumber, i o o
Item. Three coffers in the Molt chamber and on table-
board.

Item. Horse tacklin and ( ) tacklin. i

Item. On spitt.

Item. Three guns. i

Item. Two barrels.

Item. On chattle lease. 800

Item. In the kitching at Northy and old furnan and

cheese wring.
Item. In the Hall chamber an old bedsteed and coffer.
Item. In the milk house chamber on bedsteed.
Item. In the parlor chamber on hustlar, on coffer and

other lumber. 10 o

Item. In the parlor on bedsteed, on tableboard, chair

and livery board. 16 o

Item. In the custody of John Baker of Northy on

sideboard, on chare, on puter fllaygon, on iron

driping pan, on spitt.
Item. In the custody of Richard Washer.
Item. On silter.
Item. Boards and planks.

Sum is 994 9 5
John Baker.

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Johane Gooding of Taunton St. James. Will 2 September
1684; proved 6 September 1684. To be buried in churchyard of
parish of Halse. To Mary Radford, daughter of my sister
Sarah Radford, £5 at 21. To my three brothers Humphrey, John
and Samuell Gooding on silver spoon apeice. To my cousen
Elizabeth Cogan the younger of Kingston ditto. To Anne Wyne,
daughter of William Wyne of Halse, ditto. To aunts Susanna
Musgrave, Sarah Knight, Susann Clement Martha Speare and
cousen Catherine Wyne one handkerchief apeice. To my aunt
Bridgett Musgrave ditto a paire of gloves. Money due from
my father's will and my two brothers' wills Robert Gooding and
Thomas Gooding vnto my brother Samuell Gooding and sister
Mary Gooding etc. To cousen Elenor Washer of Halse my parte
o' my mother Whittles. To Susann Musgrave the younger my



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