William Cubbon 1677

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 27 July 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1677A #017 German will of William Cubbon of Peel, weaver?, dated 15 March 1676/7: 
Summary: wife is alive, son Thomas, daughters (all less than 21 years old), William Cubbon of Arbory supervisor; other 
supervisors: Caeser Wattleworth & John Quayle & bro in law Thomas Harrison [married Christian Cubbon], father in law is alive
?German parish register:  William Cubon, drummer,   buried  1 April 1677
will of ?sister: ArW 1715 #10 Malew will of Christian Harrison als Cubbon of Cordiman: dau Mary Harrison, 
son Thomas Harrison, eldest son Wm Harrison; son John Harrison,  husb alive

German ye 15th of March 1676 The last will and testament of William Cubon, first he bequeathed his soule to God and his body to Christian buriall and constituted ordained all his children his tru and lawfull e It: he left to his son Tho: halfe of all his houses and gardens he givinge to each of his sisters when they come to twentie one yeare or longer if he be not able twentie shillinge apeece and the wife hath given her consent that after her decease her said son Tho: is to have the other halfe of the houses and garden; It: he left to his wife 5s And constituted and ordained his son Tho: Cubon his true and lawfull exec of all his goods Jo: Woods It: he left William Cubon of K Arbory Supervisor and Caesar Watleforth and John Quaile and Tho Harrisson James Young } Cesar Wattleworth } jurati pbatum est et solvit xijd June ye 27th (77) Mr Robrt: Stevenson entereth his claime against the executr: of Willm: Cubbon for ye summe of seaven shill: --- pence sterlin due for a ft tyth sett to ye sd Cubbon and yet unpaid as will be made to appear and craveth tryall [next page] A pfect note of account what my father in law gave me of my porcion s d It: one cowe .......................................} It: six sheepe two ewes and two lambs...............}.... 40 - 0 It: a paire of sheetes .................................. 6 - 8 It: one blankett ........................................ 4 - 0 It: in dry corne ........................................ 5 - 0 It: eleven shillinge he payd for me in tith ............. ij - 0 Ye resteth due from my father in law of my portion 33s - 4d which I desire my loveinge friende William Cubon of K Arbory to recover the foresayd dept in the behalfe of the wife and children The wife is sworn, and hath ye goods, and given pledges according to Law John Quayle, and John Gell [next page] A perfect Inventory of the goods of Willm: Cubon d-----[torn] Peell priced by foure sworne men as followeth: £ s d Impr: demi: a keave & stole ......................................... 0 - 1 - 3 It: demi: of two chaires ............................................ 0 - 0 - 10 It: demi of all ye small wooden vessles ............................. 0 - 1 - 2 It: demi of two worth[?] barrells ................................... 0 - 1 - 0 It: demi of a new paile & old churn ................................. 0 - 0 - 9 It: demi of 5 trenchers, 2 stone bottls & a glass bottle a dish ..... 0 - 8 1/2 It: demi of anoold stoon & old paile } & a littl paile with a can .......}.............................. 0 - 0 - 6 It: demi of an old barrell .......................................... 0 - 0 - 4 It: demi of a herringe gage & an old } barrell & a beare barrell ........}.............................. 0 - 1 - 6 It: demi of three beare barrells } & a rundlett wth a tundish ...}.................................. 0 - 1 - 9 It: demi of a hogshead .............................................. 0 - 1 - 3 It: demi of an old tub .............................................. 0 - 0 - 3 It: demi a wollen wheele and } a linen wheele .....}....................................... 0 - 3 - 0 It: demi of two iron potts & a pott } hooke .......................}.............................. 0 - 3 - 6 It: demi of an old cubbart .......................................... 0 - 2 - 0 It: demi of a table & two formes .................................... 0 - 1 - 1 It: demi of a cor--- & straddle ..................................... 0 - 0 - 5 It: demi of a peece of slitt daile cords } & an old stan .....................}........................... 0 - 0 - 1 1/2 It: demi of an Inglish spaide ....................................... 0 - 0 - 3 It: demi of a lister shaft & grains ................................. 0 - 0 - 2 It: demi of a seven yeards of a dowley } cloath ..........................}............................ 0 - 8 - 0 It: demi of a table & threshols & 3 formms .......................... 0 - 1 - 3 It: demi of three chests ............................................ 0 - 2 - 0 It: demi of a bigg new chest ........................................ 0 - 4 - 0 It: demi of an old saddle wth stirrup ledders & irons ............... - 0 - 6 It: demi of seven boords ............................................ 0 - 1 - 0 It: demi of 3 new blanketts & two old } blanketts & 2 fledges .............}............................. 0 - 9 - 3 It: demi of 2 smale sheets, & a course one } --- Table cloathe, pillow beare, & towel .}...................... 0 - 6 - 0 It: demi of 2 bedsteadds wth all ye fienetur ........................ 0 - 6 - 0 It: demi of a lominge kishan ........................................ 0 - 0 - 2 It: demi of 5 pewter ............................................... 0 - 7 - 6 It: demi of a brass pan & new candlesticke .......................... 0 - 2 - 0 It: demi of an old brass pan ........................................ 0 - 0 - 3 It: demi of 2 earthen dishes ........................................ 0 - 0 - 4 It: demi of 7 of heurden yearn ..................................... 0 - 1 - 3 It: demi of 8 of fledge yearn ...................................... 0 -10 - 4 It: demi of a new coat & hat ........................................ 0 - 5 - 0 [next page] [fold]---- halfe of a bed sted ...................................... 0 - 9 - 9 [fold]----e of two paire of loomes wth ..} linin & wollen layeths & all } the geares belonginge to the } said loomes whatsoever ..............}........................... 0 - 18 - 9 [fold]----e of 14 sheep & 3 lambes .................................. 0 - 11 - 6 [fold]----dj: of an old horse ....................................... 0 - 4 - 0 [fold]----dj: of a cow & a calf ..................................... 0 - 10 - 0 praisers Mongo: Hartle John Skinner John Quaile Silvestr: Crellinge [found amongst papers after the 1677 Bride wills:] Octobr ye 26th 77 Willm Cubbon of K Arbory entrs his claime against the Execr: of Wm Cubbon of Peel for ye summ of 20s due debt as will be made to appear & craveth tryall Wm: Connnis claime for 3s 1d --- old Capt Garrett for 4s 6d --- Jo: Crellin for ... 4 - 3d

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