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bt5t hood and scarf. To Mrs. Margret Sachell one yard of
bo.ie lace. To Mary Hoskins on old chang and and a sorge
petticoate. To Margaret Knight of Kingston an old petticoat
To Margaret Knight of Kingston an old petticoat Rest to sister
Mary Gooding executrix Witnesses : Frances Newton, Elizeus
Middleton, Thomas Newton.

An Inventory of the goods and chatties of Joane Gooding,
whoo died the second day of September 1684 taken by Thomas
and Frances Newton.

In money I20 : 00 : 00

5 Siluer spoones 002 : 00 : 00

on bible 000 : 10 : 00

two boxes I trunck i voffer 000 : 07 : 00

wearing apparell and od Lining 016:19:00

139: 16:00
Thomas Newton, Francis Newton.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1684, no. 170.

Mary Goodding late of Halse, but now of Ivelchurch, county
Somerset, spinster. Will 29 January 1685/6; proved 7 January
1686/7. To be buryed in Halse churchyard. To cozen Kath-
erine Wine wife of my executor all best apparell and a pair of
Holand sheetes & pillowties. To sister Sarah Waterman's daugh-
ter Mary Radford all ordinary apparell. To Mrs. Elizabeth
Falkner of Ivelchester my searge petty coate w*^ siluer lace att
ye tayle and best scarfe and two peces of small lace. To Mary



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Prist my whille & my ould morning gowne. To my brother
Humphrey Goodding £20. To my brother Samuel Goodding
£20. To my brother John Goodding £10. To cozen Mary Rad-
ford daughter of my sister Mary Waterman £20 at 21 etc. To
cozen Mary Winter daughter of my aunt Mary Winter £5 at 21.
To cosen Richard Washer sonn of cozen EHanor Washer £5 at
21. To cozen Ann Wine daughter of my executor on siluer
spoon. To cozen Katherine Wine ditto, ditto. To Suzannah
Musgrove one silver spoone. To Aunt Susannah Musgrove my
bible. To Aunt Susannah Musgrove my bible. To Aunt Susan-
nah Clement on fine holland sheet and paire of pillowties. To
cozen William Wine executor £50 and rest of goods. Witnesses :
Joseph Shute, Jas. White, John Browne. Seal (Ship) Admin-
istration with will annexed 7 January 1686/7 to Katherine Wine
legatee before Edward Waple, commissary.

Achdeaconry of Taunton, will file, 1686, no. 26.

George Gooding, Brushford, county Somerset, yeoman. Will
proved 27 September 1698. My debts and funeral expenses to
be discharged. To the poor of Brushford 40/- To my wife
Agatha all that house, backside and garden lying within the
Town of Dulverton county Somerset which was her own before I
married her during all the estate and term I have in the same.
My executor to pay her that £6 per anum which I formerly made
by deed out of my messuage or tenement wherin I now dwell.
To my wife all my houshold goods that were her own before I
married her, the best bedstead etc. also £3 of current money of
England. To my son George Gooding of Merebath in the county
of Devon £50. To my grandaughter Elizabeth Burdge £20
when she is 21. To my kindsman Thomas Gooding, son of Wil-
liam Gooding, £3 at 21. To Abigail, daughter of the aforesaid
William Gooding, 40s. when 21. To my son George's two sons
John and George each 40s. Executor : my son Thomas Good-
ing. Witnesses : James Gooding, Nicholas Gooding, the mark
of Agnis Gooding.
(Seal 7 stars.)

A true and perfect Inventory of the goods and chattels of George
Gooding, late of Brushford in the county of Somerset, deceased,
taken and apprized the 3rd day of September 1698 by us whose
names are hereunto subscribed as follows.



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Imprimis. His wearing apparel and money in purse.

Item. His estate being in chattle.

Item. Four oxen.

Item. Four young beasts.

Item. Five steares.

Item. Three yearlings.

Item. One heifer, two calves, eleven coalts.

Item. Five cows.

Item. Foure Labond jades.

Item. One coalt.

Item. One hundred and seventeen sheep.

Item. Eight swine hoggs.

Item. Corn in ground.

Item. For hay.

Item. In the Hall chamber one bed perfoomed.

Item. One bed, one chest, one coffer and table board.

Item. In the Entory chamber one cheist and 2 coffers.

Item. In the kitching chamber three beds perfoomed

with other beding.
Item. One huch, one coffer, one vate and one trundle.
Item. For wool in house.
Item. Butter, cheese and tallow.
Item. In the Hall one table bord, one cubberd, one

clock.
Item. One dozen of puter dishes with other puter.
Item. Twelve brass pannes.
Item. Two kittles and two skellets.
Item. Foure brass potts and one iron potte.
Item. One cheesewring, one table board, two side

bords and one settle.
Item. Chares and joine stools
Item. One payre of andirons and one payre of dogs

three potthangers and crookes, one fring pann,

one driping pann with other iron.
Item. Seven hogsheads and nine here barrells.'
Item. Three vates with tubbs and pails.
Item. One hand mill and two hutches.
Item. Board and plank
Item. One sider ring.



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Item. Two payer of harrows, one payre of drags, two

solles and other plowstuff. ^

Item. Saddle badges and other horse tackHng. :

Item, One grinding stone and two ladders.
Item. One bedstead.

Item. Mil shoules and other working tooles.

Item. All the victuals on the Row.
Item. Wood in the Coort,
Item. One Bible with other books.
Item. Lumber stuff and things forgotten.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, file 1698, number 2.



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Johane Woodward als Hoker, widow. Will 2 June 1547
proved 8 July 1547 My body to be buried in the churchyard of
Doriatt. To the said church 20s. Residue to Robert Hooker my
Sonne, he executor. Witnesses: John Woodward Wm Morse.
Proved at Hachbeach. Inventory 38s.

Archdeaconry of Taunton, Book i, folio 437.



CONSISTORY COURT OF LICHFIELD AND
COVENTRY, STAFFORDSHIRE.

List of Goodwin Wills in the Consistory Court of Coventry

and Lichfield, 1 538-1650.
1538? Godwyn, William, Leek.

1540 12 April. Goodwyne, Richrd, Leek. *folio 77b

(1546 7 July. Godwyne, Robert, Northingfield. folio 47b)

1558 21 Oct. Goodwyne, Ralph, Kingsley. folio 145

1561 5 May. Goodwyn, Richard, Trentham. folio i8b

1 561 18 April. Goodwyn, Emote, Leek. folio i6b

1 561 18 April. Goodwyn, Richard, Kingsley. folio i6b

1 561 18 April. Goodwyn, alias Swinscoe, Thomas, Ripton.

folio 17

1566 26 April. Goodwin, Edward, Caressall. folio 79

1567 16 Oct. Goodwyn, John, Trentham. folio loob

1567 20 Sept. Goodwyn, Robert, Cheddleton. folio 99b

1568 19 Sept. Goodwyn, Richard, Leek. folio 109b

1570 26 April. Goodwyn, John, Norton-in-the-Moors.

folio 129

1571 2 May. Godwine, John, Norton-in-the-Moors. folio 142b



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572 4 Oct. Gudwyn, Margery, Cheddleton. folio 156b

573 22 April. Goodwyne, Ralph, Gayton. folio 14

574 6 Oct. Goodwayne, Thomas, Leek. folio 33
1573-4 13 Jan. Goodwyn, John, Kingsley. folio 21b.)

577 2 Oct. Godwine, James, Norton. folio 95b

578 7 April. Goodden, Robert, Dalbury Lees. folio i6ib
589 5 Nov. Goodwin, Humphrey, Horton. folio 137
591 22 Sept. Goodwin, Robert, Careswall. folio 3b

591 21 April. Goodwin, alias Hodgson, Margery, folio 146b

592 17 June. Goodwin, Robert, Leek. folio i8b

592 29 May. Goodwin, Thomas, Dulbury. Adm. folio 17

593 14 Nov. Goodwin, John, Chedulton. folio 93
593 16 Oct. Goodwin, Richard, Derby. Adm. folio 90
1593 7 June. Goodwin. Richard, Leek. folio 86.)
1594-5. Gooden, John, Barchurch. Adm. folio 125.)
601 30 June. Goodwin, Robert, Findern. folio 61
601 31 Dec. Goodwin, William the elder, Atherstone.

folio 72b
602-3 22 March. Goodwin, Margaret, Ellaston.

Adm. folio 16

605 19 July. Goodwin, George, Hope. folio 174b

606 II Nov. Godwin alias Swinscoe, John, Castle Gresley.

folio 20b

606-7 16 March. Goodwin, alias Swinscoe, John, Repton.

Adm. folio 213b
608-9 I Feb. Goodwine. Thomas, Norton-in-the-Moors.

folio 68
609 2 June. Goodwin, Ralph, Leek. folio 80

609 12 May. Goodwin, Richard, Leek. folio yy
609-10 27 Feb. Goodwin, Anthony, Barrow-on-Trent.

folio 104

610 II July. Goodwin, Thomas, Tissington. folio 121b
610 15 June. Goodwin, William, Leek. folio 119
612 19 Sept. Goodwin, Henry, Stone. folio 211
613-14 18 March. Goodwin, George, Alsterfield. folio 64
613-14 17 Feb. Goodwin. Katharin, Horton. folio 55b
615 21 July. Goodwin, John, Abbots Bromley. folio 120
615 20 Sept. Goodwin, Edward. Alapleton. folio 138b

615 23 Sept. Goodwin, Richard, Trentham. folio 140

616 15 Nov. Goodwin, Agnes, Cheddleton. Adm. folio 196



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 719

(1616 7 Oct. Goodwin, Mary, Norton-in-the-Moors.

Adm. folio 191.

1619 16 April. Godwin, Mary, Tatenhill. Adm. folio 5.
1619-20 9 Feb. Goodwin, Thomas, Tatenhill. Adm. folio 40b.

1620 5 May. Goodwin, Thomas, Drayton Basset. folio 56.

162 1 I May. Goodwin. John, Alton. Adm. folio 97.
1621-2 II March. Goodwin, Thomas, Rector of Kirklangley.

Adm. folio 135b.

1624 18 Sept. Goodwin, John, Leek. folio 254b.

1624 19 July. Goodwin. Samuel, Leigh. Adm. folio 247b.

1626 23 May. Goodwin, Francis, Osmaston. folio i8b.

1627 2 Nov. Goodwin, George, Wirksworth. Adm. folio 79.

1628 22 May. Goodwin, Thirkell, Tatenhill.
1629. Godwin, Joyce.

1631 I April. Godwin, Richard, Leek.

1630-1 28 Jan. Goodwin, Anne, Leek. Adm.

1630-1 15 Feb. Goodwin, Anthony, Tissington.

163 1 I April. Godwin, Thomas, Dilhorne.

Richard Gooddeen of Hanchurch, parish of Trentham. Will 4
July 1560. To Maude my wife and Rychard my sonne, during
the terme the said Maude do lyve unto ye end of ye said lease, the
house which I have by lease. After my wife's decease it shall
remain to my son Richard, my son shall enter upon half the house
on the day of his marriage paying half the fine. Residue of my
goods, half to my wife and half to my children to wytte, John,
Rychard, Mare, Thomas, Ellyn and Jone. Wife and son Rychard
executors. Overseers : William Asteberry and John Gooddeen.
Witnesses : William Astebery, John Gooddeen, Robert Walklate,
and Rafife Wylleshurst. Inventory 14 April 1561. £12. 6s. 8d.
John Goodwen one of prysers.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, file 1560.

Rye Goodwyn. Will 3 November 1560. No act. To be
buried at Kynneseley near unto my fader. To my br.oder Wil-
liam Goodwyn and my broder John Goodwyn and my

sister Margaret shall have part with him. To John Crykyton
his wife and two children each a sheep. To William Bernytt
and his wife and five children each a sheep. To Thomas Hillins'
four sons each 4d. To William Barlow's son 2d. To William



720 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

Moores my godson a sheep. (List of debts and debtors). Exec-
utors : William Goodwyn and John my brothers, and Edward
Goodwyn overseer. Witnesses : Raff Sutton, Rychard Morris.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, file 1560.

Thomas Goodwyn als Swinscoe. Will 26 December 1560. To
be buried at Reppenden. To Jonne daughter of Jeffery Raydford
£4. To my four sons 3s.4d. apeyce. To my daughter Elsabeth
6s.8d. Residue to be divided into three parts, wife to have one
part, the other two parts to my four children. Executors : my
eldest son John and my wife Annys. To Sir Rector of (B)reyl
Isbe 3s.4d. Witnesses: John Keyldaell, Rayfif Fyssher, John
Weyne.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, file 1560.

Emott Goodewyn of (B)radnot in the parish of Leke. Will
28 April 1560. One third of my bedding to IMargery my daugh-
ter, after I am brought home. The rest of my goods to my three
childerne, that is to say, Robert Helyn and Margery equally.
Executors: my two sons Robert and Richard Gudwyn. Wit-
nesses: Sir Richard Hulme, clerk, John Feny. Inventory 28
April 1566. £ig. 3s.4d. One or valuers is John Gudwyn.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, file 1566.

Edward Goodwin of Weston Cunye in the parishe of Cavers-
well. Will 2 September 1565: (No Act.) Sick in body. To
be buried in the parish church of Caverswell. The third part of
my goods I bequeath to Elizabeth my wife except my smiths tools
which I give to my sons Richard and Raflfe. I will that Rychard
teache Raffe his occupation and Rafife to have the stidye without
exception. To my three sons at London, John, William and
Edward, each 40s. To Richard, Rafife, Robert, Chryster, John
and Jonne all my other goods except that Jonne to have 40s.
besides her child part. All the goods to reste with my wife. All
my corn to go to Elizabeth my wife to keep my children with. I
give one close which I toke lately of Thomas Ames called the
Over endes to Elizabeth my wife for life, so that Richard have
the part (the lease) after her decease. To my youngest son
John a ewe sheep more than his part. To John Foxe's two sons
each a hog sheep. To John Goodwin, Thomas'son a hog sheep.
To my wife my silver spoon. To my servant Ales a hog sheep.
Executors : Elizabeth my wife and Thomas Pyot of Kingeley.



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Inventory ^33-3-8 made 18 November 1565 by Thomas Wode of

the meare, John Wode of Addarly grene, Thomas Lines of

Kechane and Richard Fournyough of Roughcote. (Given in

full.)

Endorsed 26 April 1566.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

John Goodwyn of Trentham in the parish of Hanchurch.
Will 13 February 1566-7; proved 16 October 1567. To Eliza-
beth my wife one third part of my goods the other two parts to
my two children Ales and Ellin. My will is that Thomas Whit-
hurst of Hunsworth shall have the goods of my two daughters
for ten years. Whereas I commited and obligation to the hands
of Margaret Hassall to be kept, my will is that the same shall be
received of her and committed to William Hasles of Hanchurch
to be kept to the above uses. Thomas Whithurst shall find of
his own cost my children aforesaid in meat, drink etc. To Mar-
garet Wanclett a heiffer. To Robert Wanclet her father my best
coat. Executors: Elizabeth my wife and Rycard Goodwin of
Hanchurch. (To Sysley my servant a lambe.) Overseer: Wil-
liam Hassles. Witnesses : Roger Renoldes, Curate, Raphe Ben-
son of Trenth, Thomas Whithurst, William Hasles with others
many.

Inventory £28-0-4. Taken 20 February 1566 by Hughe Rowley,
Thomas Callier, Rye. Wyllat and Thomas Machon.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

Margery Gudwyne, Cheddleton, widow, late wife of Robert
Gudwyne. Will 4 January 1571-2: proved 4 October 1572. To
be buried in the churchyard of Cheddleton near my husband. To
John my son a calf, sheets, coverlet. To Raflfe my son ye best
cow etc. A widdow sheet. To my son-in-law John Sheratt 7s.
which he hath in his hands. To my daughter Elsabeth £6. To
my daughter Agnes a shepe. To my son-in-law John Sheratt los.
which he oweth me. After all my debts and funeral expenses
are discharged, I leave the residue between Robert my son and
Elsabeth my daughter. Executors: William Fynney of the
Fynney lond and RafTe my son. Supervisors : John Sheratt my
son-in-law and Robert Fernehalghe. Witnesses : Thoms Mof ord
ye clerk, John Hery, James Mayott, Edmund Helue.



722 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

Debts owing to testator: — to William Fynney, maryner, 20s.
To Richard Heath of Rudyerd 12s. To Richard Baydeyewodd
the elder 6s. To William Hessuls the elder 7s. To Robert
Wythington 3s 8d. To Peter Edge 3s 2d.

Inventory £17-17-0 taken 2 September 1674 by William Fynney,
John Momford, John Hethe.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

I, Rafe Goodwyne of Gayton, being sick. Will 24 August
1572: proved 22 April 1573. Imprimis: To Ales Goodyne my
wife my house and all my goods as long as she lives. After her
decease I bequeath my house and lands with the appurtenances
with all goods and cattle moveable and unmovable unto my two
sons Thomas Goodwyne and Rafe Goodwyne to have joyntly
together paying unto my son William Goodwyne £14, for his
chyldes parte — one halfe to be paid within two years of the date
hereof, the other halfe within a year after. If Thomas and Rafe
my sons do not agree then all my goods to be equally divided by
my sons Thomas and William. Executor: Alice my wife and
Rafe Asten of bursone. Overseers : my loving neighbours
Robart Asten and William Asten. Witnesses : George Granger,
curate, Robart Asten the younger, iohn Goodwyne.
Inventory taken by Robart Asten, Roger Sherat and iohn Cooke
(14?) April 1572. £9-13-4.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

Godwyn, Ralf, Gayton. 22 April 1572. Will proved by AUice
his relict power reserved to Ralf Aston the other executor.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, Act Book 7, folio 14.

Goodwin, Thomas, Kingsley. 13 January 1573. Will proved
by John Barnett and William Barnett executors.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, Act Book 7, folio 21b.

Godwyn, Thomas, Leek. 6 October 1574. Will proved by
Margaret his relict and Richard his son executors.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, Act Book 7, folio 33.

Godwyn, James, Norton. 2 October 1577. Will proved by Ann
his relict.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, Act Book 7, folio 95b.



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 723

Goodwyn, Johan, Norton le Mores. Caveat as to Administra-
tion of the goods of Johan Goodwyn late of Norton-le-Mores.
Henry Murrall of Stoke upon Trent to be cited.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield, Act Book 7, folio 220.

Robert Goodden, Dalbury Lees. Will 3 April 1578: proved
7 April 1578. To my wife and son Henry Goodden the whole
lease and all my tithe and interest of this my house and tenement
and after their decease to remain to my son Thomas Goodden.
To my daughter Esabell Goodden 20 marks and a bed worth 40s.
To my parish church I2d. To the poor of my parish 6d. To my
son John los. and to his children either of them an ewe hogge.
To John Jourday, yonger I2d. To my son Thoms a red heiffer.
Residue to my wife and son Henry Goodden equally. Executors :
my wife and my sons Henry and Thomas. Supervisors : my son
John. Witnesses : Sir Thomas Bury, clerk, and John Blond.
Inventory taken 6 April ( — ) by William Begge, Robert

Barghe, John Blond and Edward Bothome. Total £37-18-10.
The testator owes to Margaret Forster 3s.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

Robert Goodwine of Dr(oon?)wood, in the parish of Leeke.
Will 8 May 1592; proved 17 June 1592. To be buried in the
churchyard of Chedulton. My debts and funeral expenses to be
paid out of my whole estate. The rest of my goods to Margaret
my wife and my four sons — John Hughe, Roger and William, to
be divided as followeth, the third part to Margaret my wife and
the rest to equally divided among my four sons. Executrix ; my
wife Margaret. Overseer ; my brother Rafife Goodwyne. Debts
owing to me — Elizabeth Tunkenson £6-12-0. Roger Tunken-
son £2-6-0. Arthur Bucley £2-5-0. James Fynney los. John
Goodwine 20s. John Sutton and his wife 6s 8d. Roger Ferin-
kaughe 23s 4d. Rafife Wallester I2d. James Clowes 8s. John
Porter and his wife 3s. Witnesses ; John Bentley, John Bridg-
wood, John Goodwine, Rafife Goodwyne.

Inventory £30-12-6. Taken 31 May, 34 Elizabeth, by William
Rede, Thomas Malkyne, John Bentley, John Bosley, John Good-
wine.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.



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Thomas Godwine, Norton-in-le-Moores. Sick in body. Will
( — ) proved i February 1608/9 by Mary Godwine, power being
reserved to John Godwine, the other executor, I give and
bequeath to Mary my wife and to John Godwine my son (my
debts being paid and funeral expenses discharged) all my goods.
Executors: John Godwine my(ne?) father and Mary Godwine
my wife. Overseers: my cousin William Keelinge of Bem'sley
and Hugh Sherat the younger of the bancke end : to each of
them 3s. 4d. Witnesses : John Whenlock, clerk, William Keel-
inge and Hugh Sherratt.

Inventory ^47-7-4 taken 14 January 1608 by William Keelinge,
Hugh Sherratt and William Sherratt.

Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

Richard Goodwyne of Leeke, Staflford, husbandman. In good
and perfect remembrance. Will 5 November 1608: proved 12
May 1609. To my brother John Goodwynne xiid. To every
one of my brother John's children that shall be living vid. To my
brother William Goodwynne xs. To my brother Robert Good-
wynne his wife xiid. and to every of her children vid. To my
godson Raphe Bentylie xiid. To god-daughter Ann Bradburie
xiid. To my son John all kinds of husbandry ware — one great
pan. one cupboard and one meal ark. To my daughter Elizabeth
ten shillings. To my daughter Alice Greenhaulghe ten shillings.
To Ellen my wife half of all my messuages, grounds, yards and
gardens during the terme that I have if she live so long sole and
unmarried. If she marry, she is to have one third part of the
lands etc. and not any part of the yards, barns or messuage. The
rest of my messuage, barns etc. I bequeath to John Goodwynne
my son. To Ellen my wife whether she marry or not xxs.
Executor: my son John Goodwynne. Supervisor: Thomas
Jolley. Witnesses : Thomas Jolley, Richard Bagnould and Wil-
liam Jolley with other.

Inventory taken 14 April 1609 by Thomas Jolley of Leeke, John
Jadrell, bailiff and William Plant of the Lowe. £61-7-4.
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

Raufife Goodwyn of Mixten Grange in the parish of Leeke
county Stafford, weaver. Will 25 April 1604: proved 2 June
1609. Debts either in law or conscience to be paid. To Eliza-
beth Sherratt, wife of William Sherratt of Newbolte county



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Chester, my sister I2d. To Agnes Sherratt my sister I2d. To
the poor of the parish of ChedaUon 3/4. The residue after
my debts and funeral expenses are paid I give to my wife
Agnes Goodwin. Executrix: my said wife Agnes. Supervisor:
Edward Alcocke brother to my said wife. Witnesses : James
Whetalls, John Rothwell, John Hulme. Before Master Wood,
Curate of Chedleton.

Inventory of the goods of Rauffe Godwyn of Rownall, deceased,
taken i June 1609 by Styven Goumlacke, Edward Alcocke and
Thomas Benteley.



Imprimis. One cow, price

Item. One swine, price

Item. Brass and pewter, price

Item. One cubbord, price

Item. Beding, sheetes, pillow beares and naperie, ware

with other linen cloth, price
Item. Nyne slipings of hempen yarne, price
Item. One paire of bidstocke? and fore coferes, price
Item. Two pow weavers lomnes and gares thereto

belonging, price
Item. Benckes lomnes and all other tryne ware, price
Item. Two broches with all other irne ware, price
Item. Saxe and winnos sheets, price
Item. Baken at the Rowle, price
Item. Stowes and quishings, price
Item. Apparell and monie in his purse, price
Item. Worthinge, price
Dettes oweing unto me Rauffe Goodwyn without bil.

Imprimis William Sherrat of Newbolte.
William Momford of Shedalton.
Styven Coumlache.

Thomas Momford, sonne of the said William.
Richard Whithall of Mixtone Grange.
John leese of Rownall.
Thomas Oulsname of barisford.
John Tarner of ye same.
Barthoolomew Cordon of Ixtones
Rauffe bagnald of Hewalegrange.



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John Smith of the same.

William Smith of the same.

William Momford of the bancke, senior.

Widow Fairefaid of Gunsall.

William Teller of Fernehill.

James Whithall in Bill

Richard Whithall of Mixton Grange

Thomas Oulsman of Barford.

Sum total. 53 134
Consistory of Coventry and Lichfield.

William Goodwyne. Will 3 Jime 1610; proved 15 June 1610.
To be buried in the parish church of Leeke. To John Goodwine
of Leeke, my cousin 40s. To William Goodwyne, my cousin 40s.
To Raphe Goodwyne, brother to the said William, 40s. To John
Goodwyne, brother to the said William, 40s. To Richard Good-
wyne brother to the said William 20s. To Margaret Goodwyne my
cousin at Green 20s and my bed. To John Goodwyne my brother
6d. To Richard Goodwyne son of the said John 6d. To Doro-
thie Clyffe los. To Ellene Edge 2d. My debts, legacies and
funeral expenses paid. I give the residue of my goods to John
Ashenhurst of Revich. Executor ; John Ashenhurst. Over-



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