Richard Pendlebury 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 15 October 2017
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1670A #004 Braddan, of Richard Pendlebury, merchant of Douglas, dated 30 March 1670: 
Summary: wife Margaret, 3 children, brother John Quayle, sister Jane Quayle, brother John Quayle wife's children, father in law, 
ArW 1661: Richard Pendlebury mentioned (appealed to Court for money the executors of Hugh Kissage said that Richard 
owed for houses and gardens) in will of Hugh Kissage, will 1661 #67 Braddan, died 18 January 1662/3 
ArW 1661: Richard Pendlebury mentioned (as a pledge, he was a merchant & buried 16 Apr 1670 Braddan) in will of 
Margaret Hutchin als Tate, will 1661A #62, dated 11 March 1661/2
ArW 1661: Richard Pendlebury mentioned in a deposition regarding Hugh Kissage's wife and William Corlett's wife, 
both wives dead, 1 Mar 1663/64, Braddan

March 30th 1670 In the name of God, Amen. I Richard Pendleberry sick in body but whole in perfect in minde & remembrance blessed be God for the same, make this last will & testament in form & manner following First, I bequeath my precious soul into the hands of my ble-----[torn] redeemer Christ Jesus & my body to Christian buriall It: I give & bequeath ten shillings to the poore of Douglas It: I leave to Mr Lowcay ten shillings It: I leave ten shillings to my brother John Quaile It: I leave ten shillings to my sister Jane Quaile It: I leave five shillings to each of my brother John Quaile wifes children. It: I leave five shillings to my father in law. Itt: I leave to my three deare children forty shillings a peice It: I leave Mr Flexney & my brother John Quaile over seers of my children It: I leave my deare wife Margaret Pendleberry sole executrix of all my goods moveable & unmoveable Witnesses hereof The exetrix: sworne in Court in Hen: Lowcay forme of law Willm: Flexney { John Christian { jurati pbatum et solvit 1s [next page] June ye 8th 1670 Mr. Tho: Norris for & in the behalfe of Mr: Tho: Billington merchant in Chester enters for the some of fortie neene pounds due debt as he will mak to appeer against ye executors of Ricd: Pentlebury: & craveth tryall Janry: ye 19th 1670 Tho: Cowle & Tho: Lace & John Quaile enters their claime against the executors of Richard Pentlebury for the sume of three pounds due debt as appeares by specialtie under the hand of Henry Mayson merchant in the Nury in the countie of Downe, & also acknowledged by Mr Pentlebury in his life time, as shall appear & craveth tryall [next page] July 12 1612 Capt Ewan Ratcliffe enters his claime against ye execur of Mr Ricd Pentlebury deceasd from detaineing a Jewell from him to the valu of x£[10£] sterling & craveth tryall [next page] May ye 12th 1670 A perfectt Invente of the goods of Rich: Pendl-------[torn] Lately deceased and prized by us whose names are un-------[torn] written { Hugh Moore, William Curlett sen-------[torn] { Philip Moore, Phillip Christian £ Inpr one feather bedd prized att 24 dimi:.................... 00 - 1- -------[torn] and one boulster It: 2 pair bed stockes in ye out chamber priced dim: ............................................ 00 - 3s ---[torn] It: one ould chest dm: priced ............................... 00 - 0 It: one paire ould curtaines & vallances priced dim: ............................................. 00 - 1 - ---[torn] It: six caddows dim: priced att ............................. 00 - 15 - ---[torn] It: five blanketts dim: priced ............................. 00 - 6 - ---[torn] It: 2 smale boordes dim: priced ............................. 00 - 1 ---[torn] It: one smale trincke dim: priced ........................... 0 - 1 - 0 It: 2 ould blanketts dim: priced ............................ 00 - 1 - 7 It: 2 ould caddowes dim: priced ............................. 00 - 1 - ---[torn] It: one ould stoole & and 2 ould chaires dim: pric .......... 00 - 0 - 0 It: one feather bedd and 3 pillowes dim: priced at .......... 00 - 07 - 0 It: one feather bed & one boulster & a pillow dim: .................................................. 00 - 7 - ---[torn] It: 2 paire of curtaines & vallaines dim: priced ............ 00 - 05 - ---[torn] It: 2 paire of bedd stockes dim: priced at .................. 00 - 08 - ---[torn] It: one Lord chest one trunck & one smale cubert dim: priced at .................................. 00 - 04 - ---[torn] It: one table and forme dim: priced att ..................... 00 - 01 - 0---[torn] It: 3 smale carpetts dmi: priced ............................ 00 - 04 - 0---[torn] It: one doz of cours napkins dim: priced .................... 00 - 0---[torn] It: one doz diper napkins dim: priced att ................... 00 - 03 - ---[torn] It: one dozen of flaxen napkins dim: priced ................. 00 - 02 - 0---[torn] It: 4 flaxen towells dimi: priced att ....................... 00 - 02 ---[torn] It: 6 napkins dimi: priced ................................ 00 -00 - ---[torn] It: three paire flaxen cheettes dim: priced ................ 00 - 09 ---[torn] It: 3 paire and one of sheets ............................... 00 - 04 ---[torn] It: one flaxen table cloth dim priced ........................................... 00 - 02 ---[torn] It: ----- ------ ------- --------- priced ................... ---[torn] [next page] It: 4 doz of Kn-------------- -------- ----------------------[torn] It: 3 doz band stronges ---- priced ----------------- --------[torn] It: 2 silk bottomes forruges ................................ 00 - 0---[torn] It: 2 doz sisers smale ...................................... 00 - 00 - 06 It: 5 doz buckells for girthes prised dim: .................. 00 - 00 - 08 It: 4lb 3 qrt case paper prised dim: ........................ 00 - 02 - 10 It: half 6 copperas prised dim: ............................. 00 - 02 - 06 It: 2lb & 1/2 braniston dim: ................................ 00 - 00 - 05 It: 3lb & 1/2 ginger dim: ................................... 00 - 00 - 11 It: a qr of callom dim ...................................... 00 - 04 - 00 It: 3 paire strip irons 6 bridle bitts dim: ................ 00 - 01 - 00 It: 4 doz all wood hafts dim: prised ........................ 00 - 00 - 06 It: 2lb & 3 qr knitt needles ................................. 00 - 1 - 3 [next page] An Acount of ye shop goods of Rich: Pendlebury prized by us whose names are ------ ------ ------- names: £ s d Impr 5 gross smale thred buttens prized dim: ... 0 - 0 - 10 It: 3 gross thred buttons price dim: ........... 0 - 1 - 2 It: 1 gross caner[?] buttens dimi: ............ 0 - 0 - 5 It: 12 single gross coat buttons prised ..dimi:.. 00 - 10 - 0 It: 6 gros smale brest buttons dim: ............. 00 - 3 - 0 It: 3 gros larg haire buttons pris dim: ......... 00 - 2 - 6 It: 3 gros coat button thred prised dim: ........ 0 - 1 - 2 It: 2 gross & a half smale hatte buttone dj: .... 00 - 0 - 8 It: 9 doz comes prised dim ...................... 00 - 05 - 3 It: 2 doz comes prised dim: .................... 00 - 00 - 6 It: 5 yeardes scots cloth prised dim: ........... 00 - 03 - 9 It: 5 yeards scots cloth prosed dim: ............ 00 - 03 - 00 It: 11 yeards scots cloth prised dim: ........... 00 - 08 - 09 It: 2 yeards holland prised dmi:................. 00 - 04 - 00 It: 2 yeards of sea prised dim: ................. 00 - 2 - 4 It: seven yeards & half buckrond prised dmi: .... 0 - 02 - 8 It: half a pound silk prised dmi:................ 0 - 04 - 06 It: a gross of Lardg three pointes prisd dmi:.... 0 - 01 - 03 It: 10 doz holland fillitting prisd dj: ......... 0 - 01 - 6 It: 1 gross manchester wtt Incle dj ............ 00 - 01 - 00 It: 4 peices London Incle prised dj ............. 00 - 01 - 00 It: 1 bou lard silk laces priced dim: ........... 00 - 01 - 02 It: 5 calico lineings prised dj ................. 00 - 00 - 05 It: half a gross cotten tape dim: ............... 00 - 03 - 6 It: 4 doz: threed tapes prised dim: ............. 00 - 01 - 06 It: 18 yeards of 3d ribinge dim: ............... 00 - 01 - 06 It: 1 doz of 2d ribing dim: ..................... 00 - 00 - 08 It: 2 doz: of 1d ribinge dj: .................... 00 - 00 - 06 It: half a pound fine threed prisd dim: ......... 00 - 03 - 09 It: 1 gros 9 doz of statut[?] gallown prised dim. 00 - 10 - 00 It: 2 doz hatt bandes priced dim: ............... 00 - 01 - 00 It: 3 gross 2 doz crown lace prised dj ......... 01 - 4 - 04 It: 3 doz: & half lard gunh--- lace prised dim:.. 0 - 03 - 6 It: 4 doz: smale giub[?] & a half prise dim: .... 00 - 02 - 08 It: 1 gross statiche lace prise dj: ............ 00 - 03 - 00 It: 1lb & 6lb of threed priced dim: ............... 00 - 01 - 8 [next page] It: seven pound & half Indico prisd dim: ........ 00 - 15 - ----[fold] It: 1 ferken sope dim: .......................... 00 - 07 - 00 It: 1lb 3 qr: of goales prisd dim: ............... 00 - 00 - 06 It: 1 doz: pins notio dim: ..................... 00 - 2 - 06 It: 1 packett pins dim: ......................... 00 - 1 - 03 It: 3 G: Spanish needells dim: .................. 00 - 0 - 06 It: haft a dozen storch dim: prised ............. 00 - 00- 09 It: 3lb pewder blew dim: prised .................. 00 - 01 - 00 It: 2 gross mens hooke eyes prise dim: .......... 00 - 1 - 03 It: 4lb women hooke eyes prise dim: .............. 00 - 1 - 8 It: 2 reames paper french prised dim: ........... 00 - 3 - 6 It: a gr: G mollasses prised dimi: .............. 00 - 6 - 3 It: 1lb 3 gr whalbone prised dim: ................ 00 - 01 - 3 It: 2lb wormseed prised dim: ..................... 00 - 01 - 3 It: 4 psalter bookes 3 primes dim: .............. 00 - 01 - 6 It: 4 ovo sparables prised dim: ................. 00 - 01 - ----[fold] It: 2lb Anelseed dim: ........................... 00 - 00 - ----[fold] It: 14 boxes in ye shope ........................ 00 - 03 - 06 It: one caseof vran boxex ....................... 00 - 05 - 00 It: 2 lard chistes .............................. 00 - 10 - 00 It: 4 paire of brast skailes .................... 00 - 6 - 00 It: 1/2 G of iron prised dim: ................... 00 - 04 - ----[fold] It: 1/2 doz girthes prised ...................... 00 - 00 - 06 It: as mainy earthen mugges } as cost forty shillinges prised dim.. }...... 01 - 0 - 0 It: 3 chestes threed prisd dim: ................ 00 - 02 - 6 May ye 12th 1670 These goods prized by us whose names are subcribed hearunto Hugh Moore Phillip Moore William Curlett Senior his X mark Phillip Christian feb: 20 } A------ time is given to pfect ye Invent 1670 } more added to this Invent by the execur: due from Mr Billington ye iron monger in Chester 45 0s 0d The good in the custody of the ------ ------[torn] have given ---- ------ ------- ------ jurati ----- ----- Christian [next page] ffeb: 28th 1670 Mrs Margt Pentlebury executrixe to her husband Mr Ricd: Pentlebury deceased affirmes to bee due to herselfe & husband from Mr. Tho: Billington of Chester yron monger for goods sent him & moneys laide out in this Cuntrie by his orders & in his behalfe the sume of 45£ or thereabouts, as appeares by his owne acknowledgement or acquittances & received noe consideracone for any pt thereof, but only intended to make satisfactione by the said acquittances, for those bonds now claimed by his Attorney & craveth tryall ffeb: 28th 1670/ Mrs Margt. Pendlebury is to appeare upon Thursday next by x[10] of the clocke at or Corts to be holden at Castletown, to prove her claime according to law, wher Mr Billingtons Atturney is required to bee prsent, to object what hee hath to say to ye contrary, otherwise wee must grant execucon accord= ing to ye purport of her oath Mr. Joh: Knight Liften--- of Peel lastle enters his claime against ye execur of Mr Ricd: Pentlebury for ye sume of 40s detained by him in his owne hands of sume of 18£: due to Mr Joh: Thainrse[?] of Che---- & by his order to pay the said sume of 18£ to the said Mr Pentlebury deceased & craveth tryall [next page] City of Chester These are to certify all whom it may concerne that on the foure & twenty day of Octobr in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand six hundred and seaventie Before me Thomas Willcocke Esqr: Maioy of th cittie of Chester came Thomas Billington of the same Cittie Ironmonger who haveing voluntarily taken his oath upon the holy Evangelist made oath that Richard Pendelbury late of the Isle of Man, merchange deceased in his life time was duly indebted to the said Depont: for wares to him sould and delivered (for which hee gave severall bonds) in the full summe of fortie eight pounds nineteene shillings and five pence of lawfull money of England all which summe of money and every part and parcell thereof is yet still due unsatisfied and unpaid to the said Depont: All wch att the request of the said Thomas Billington I doe hereby certify and to the intent that the better creditt may bee thereunto given I have hereunto sett my hand and seale of Maioraltie the day and yeare above written Thomas Wilcocke maior ffeb: ye 27th 1670 The execux of Mr Rich Pendlebury is hereby ordered to pay the abov one halfe of the above Debt wthin 14 days next after the date hereof, Otherwise the Sumnr is to committ her into St Germayn prisson (or a souldjer in case of disobedience from Capt Quayle) untill shee give goods bonds to pforme the summe eyther --- himselfe or his lawfull Atturney upon demand yet doth stay the execucon till wee examin ye Reccords for prsidents To ye Sumnr of KK Bradan Joh:Harrison to be pformed wth expedicon Tho: Parre June ye 14th 1671 Wheras it doth appeare more at large (a later certificate) under the Majoy of Chesters hande declareing a further confirmacon of the truth of ye above certificate by rehearsull of ye sevrall circustances, wch favored to formr prsidents pertinent to this very thing in ye time of Revrend Bis----[torn] as appeares on Reccord swee[?] accompt of, and repute it valid for th----[dark & torn] sufficient proofe of ye debt demanded, and deposed before ye sd Mai----[torn] Therefore orformrorder is forthwith to bee put in execution according to ye tenour therof, and this to bee an absolute determin----[torn] in this difference, or axfrxxxx xxx wee intend to xxxx for wee must act according to law, and according as wee have beene directed by such formr prsidents & now on appeal beinge made to the Chancerye Court Joh: Harison, Pa: Thompson, Th----[torn] wee cease from pceedinge further untill reexaminacon bee taken by the Temporall & Spiri tuall officers, as was ordered in Chancerye [next page] Know all me by these presente, that I Thomas Billington of ye City of Chester Merchant, do constitute, nominate and appoint Mr Thomas Norris of Castletown in ye Isle of Man, my true & lawfull Atturney irrevocable, for me, in my name & stead, to sue, aske, de- mand and receive from Mr Rich: Pendlebury Merchant in Duglas, ye true & just summe of fourty nine pound, then shillings sterling beinge lawfull debt, & due to me ye said Thomas Billington for severall parcells of Merchants ware, and at severall times re= =ceived by ye said Rich: Pendlebury Giv----[torn] and by these presents greantinge unto my said Atturney my full, whole, sole & absolute power & Authority in and above ye premi----[torn] to acquitt & discharge ye said sum received to all intents, constructions and purposes, as if my selfe were there personally present In witnesse hereunto I have subscribed my hand & affixed mt seal this 24th of December 1669 Tho: Billington Signed, sealed & delivered in ye precence of Robt Quayle Fran: Quayle [next page] These are to certifie all whom it may concerne that upon the tenth day of Aprill in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand six hundred seaventy one Before mee Thomas Willcocke Esquire Maior of the Citty of Chester came Thomas Billington of the same Cittie Ironmonger And haveing voluntarily taken his oath upon te holy Evangelists deposeth and saith that hee hath not at anytime received any monyes wares or goods whatsoever from Richard Pentlebury late of the Isle of Man Merchant deceased but hath placed the said monyes and alsoe the pceed of the said goods (upon the sale thereof) to account: and allowed the same to him upon accompt And that notwithstanding such allowance there doth still remaine due to this Dept from the said Richard Pentlebury the summe of fortie eight pounds nineteene shillings and five pence of lawful money of England, All which att the instance and request of the said Thomas Billington I the said Maioy doe hereby certifie And to the end the better credit may be hereunto given I have hereunto set my hand and seale of Maioraltie att the said Cittie the day and yeare above written: Thomas Willcocke Mayor [several pages later, after ArW 1670A #14, of Margaret Quay als Scarff:] feb: 28. 70 Mrs Margt Pendlebury executrix to her husband Mr Rich: P----[fold] bury deceased ----- ------- ------ for her selfe and husba----[fold] in ------- ---- from ------- Thomas Billenten of Chester iron monger for ----[fold] --d money laid out in the Course of this order in his behalfe the ----[fold] summe of 45£ or ther abouts as will make to appeare by his own acknowledgmt: and declared also to be ----- truth by ye examinacon ----[fold] accompts betwixt them by 4 honest able merchants at ye appointment of ----[fold] Vicr Genrall, and craveth benifitt of law & allso yt shee recei----[fold] noe consideracon for any pt thereof, but only intended to ma----[fold] satisfaction for those bonds claimed by his Atturney At a Court in Duglasse feb: 28, 1670 Mrs Margt Pendlebury executrix to her husband Mr Rich: P----[fold] bury deceased ----- ------- ------ for her selfe and husba----[fold] in ------- ---- from ------- Thomas Billenten of Chester iron monger for ----[fold] --d money laid out in the Course of this order in his behalfe the ----[fold] summe of 45£ or ther abouts as will make to appeare by his own acknowledgmt: and declared also to be ----- truth by ye examinacon ----[fold] accompts betwixt them by 4 honest able merchants at ye appointment of ----[fold] Vicr Genrall, and craveth benifitt of law & allso yt shee recei----[fold] noe consideracon for any pt thereof, but only intended to ma----[fold] satisfaction for those bonds claimed by his Atturney

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