Capt. John Ceasar 1677

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 15 August 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1677A #003 Malew will of Captain John Caesar of Ballahick, died February 1676/7: 
Summary:  wife [Jane Moore] is alive, dau Bessy, dau Jane, Son? Matthew, son? Arthur, brother Mr Arthur Caesar, 
Mother Margaret Caesar alias Clark (dead), son in law Ewan Christian of Cranstall made a claim, son Robert Caesar
Malew parish register:  John Caesar   buried  20 February 1676/7
will of mother: ArW 1675A #113 Malew will of Margaret Caesar als Clark of Ballahick, died Oct 1675: husband not 
mentioned [hsb Arthur Caesar died Feb 1643/4], son Arthur Caesar, dau in law Jane Caesar [alias Moore] (wife of son 
John Caesar), grandson Caesar Patton (son of dau Elizabeth & Anthony Patton),   also: John Cottier

In the name of G-------[torn] but whole and perfect ------[torn] ---- Last will in Manner ------ forme ------[torn] ffirst hee committed his soule into the han------[torn] Creator and Redeemer and my body to Chr------[torn] Ittm: hee left to his loving wife halfe ------[torn] one gould ring; Ittm: hee left to his s------[torn] of all the geeres belonging to his far------[torn] halfe the bedstockes that was in the parl------[torn] his daughter Bessie one heffer; Itt: hee left ------[torn] Aurthur Cesar 10s; Itt: hee left to his daughter J------[torn] three pound and then hee constituted and ordained ------[torn] Mathew Cesar and his sd daughter Jane sole executors of all the rest of his good movable and unmovable whatsoe ever wittnesses hereof Probatum et Solvit xijd Hugh Cosnahan } Wm Cowle } jurati Petter Quirk his X} The Executrs: at age are sworn ------[torn] Court according to law Sr: Hugh Cosnahan one of the wittnesses decleares by vertue of his oath that the above Testator did at the maken of the above will bequeath unto his son Robrt: Caesar his signe------[torn] ffebry: ye 3d 77 Mr Arthur Cesar entrs his claim agt ye Executrs: of his brothr Jo: Cesar for one silver boule due to the Claimer by vertue of a deed of Gift made of ye same wth other things to the Claimer by his mothr: Marg: Cesar als Clerk and in the decedts: keeping wch he was to enjoy after ------[torn] death as will be made to appear and craveth tryall [next page, written on the back of the above:] [torn]-------- -------aim against the Exectrs: of John ----[fold] [torn]-------- ------- of Thirty Shillings sterlin due debt as -----[fold] [torn]-------- ------ae and craveth tryall [torn]-------- (77) [torn]-------- yle Entrs: against the Executrs: of John Cesar for [torn]-------- ---- 18s sterl: due debt as will be made to appear and [torn]-------- tryall June ye 15th (77) Rich Watterson entrs: his claime against ye Executrs: of Jo: Casar for ye summe of 01£ - 14s - 08d due debt as will be made to appear and craveth tryall June ye 16th (77) Mr David Murrey Entrs: agt: ye Executrs: of Jo: Cesar for the sum of fforty shill: sterl: due debt as will bee made to appear & craveth tryall June ye 25th (77) John Quaile entrs: against ye sd Executrs: for ye summ of 8s July ye 19th 1677 Ewan Christian of Cranstall entrs his claime against the executrs of John Caesar for ye summe of six pounds thirteen shill: & nine pence being part of his portion yet unpaid, due debt as will be made to appear and craveth tryall Mr Rober Nowell Entrs: his claime for the sume of 3 due by Specialty as he will make to appear and &c Octobr: ye 23d 77: Christopher Bredshon entrs his claime against ye execrs: of John Cesar for ye summe of 15s due debt and craveth tryall Octobr: ye 29th 77: Thomas Tubman entrs: his claime agt: the Ex= ectrs: of John Cesar for 14s due for hay & grass die prdicto: Mr David Murrey entrs: his claime agt: ye sd Exrs: for ye summ of 2£ 4s 4d due by Shopp book as will be made to appear & craveth tryall die prdicto: Jane Callister entrs: &ct for ye summ of twenty shill: & the Interest for 8 years [next page] The Inventory of the goods of Mr Jo: Cesar viewd and p------[torn] swarne men to witt Tho: Woods John Quinney John Bridson -----[torn] Harrison as followeth £ s d Inpris: halfe a prest and halfe a coubert head .................................... 00 - -----[torn] Item foure joynt stooles xjd halfe a chaire xijd ................................. 00 - 0-----[torn] Item halfe a trunkle bedstead 18d the great bedstead in loft dj ................... 00 - 01-----[torn] Item halfe ye blew curtanes and vallance wth ye curtane rods ...................... 00 - 05 -----[torn] Item halfe the Table and frame in the loft 6s dj 6 cushins 2s .................... 00 - 08 - 00 Item halfe an ould carpett in the loft sij, halfe xj blanketts 24s ................ 01 - 05 - 00 Item halfeof foure fledges xiiijs halfe six other fledges 12s ..................... 01 - 06 - 00 Item halfe of 5 other blanketts 5s dj a carpett 3s ................................ 00 - 08 - 00 Item halfe an English carpett 3s 6d, halfa fledge 30d ............................. 00 - 06 - 00 Item halfe of two bed covers 8s dj of 3 yds et dj drelea[?] 2s 8d ................. 00 - 11 - 08 Item halfe of 4 blanketts and dj old fledge 2s .................................... 00 - 05 - 00 Item halfe of 2 twig basketts 4d .................................................. 00 - 00 - 04 Item halfe of two duzins of napkins 6s dj 4 towels xxd [20d]....................... 00 - 07 - 08 Item halfe of 3 pillow beeres & yd of cloath 30d .................................. 00 - 02 - 06 Item halfe of a wrought pillow beere xvjd dj 4 paire of course 8 sheets ........... 00 - 09 - 04 Item halfe of 3 hand towells 5d dj 4 paire course sheets & dj pillow } beere 2s 8d, dj x[10] napkins & dj 4 hand towells xijd dj 3 paire rough sheets} 3s dj a table cloath and dj towell 18d dj a table cloath xvjd ................} 00 - 09 - 11 Item halfe of foure paire of small sheets ......................................... 01 - 00 - 00 Item halfe of foure paire of sheets t dj sheete ................................... 00 - 12 - 00 Item halfe a paire of small sheets & dj paire of rough sheets } and halfe a pillow beere 4s 6d, dj silver dram cup and silver } boctkin 2s, dj two trunkes 3s 6d ..............................}............... 00 - 10 - 00 Item halfe of halfe douzin of ould small napkins .................................. 00 - 00 - 09 Item halfe a Table cloath 8d, dj two ould chests dj ould garde= } =vine xvjd dj foure glass bottles 4d dj 2 heckles 10d .......} ............... 00 - 03 - 02 Item halfe a cuttinge iron for hay 4d ............................................. 00 - 00 - 04 Item halfe the best feather bed pillow and boulster at 5d p pd } being 78 price 16s 3d, another feather bed pillow and } boulster weight 71 thone halfe xjs 10d ..................} ................. 01 - 08 - 01 Item anothe rfeather bed boulster and pillow the weight 94lb .........} thone halfe 15s 8d, dj another feather bed pillow and bouster } weight 88lb 8s 10d ..............................................}............ 01 - 08 - 06 Item dj another bed illow and bouster wth 3 other pillowes } weight 75} xs[10s] 11d ..............................}....................... 00 - 01 - 11 Item halfe 2 Chushins wrought 2s, dj stone of feathers xxjd ....................... 00 - 03 - 03 Item halfe an English tub 30d, dj nein barrells & other vessels 6s 6d ............. 00 - 09 - 00 Item halfe of two chists 3s 6d, dj table and boord 30d ............................ 00 - 06 - 00 Item halfe of 12 yds and halfe yd of raw cloath ................................... 00 - 05 - 00 Item halfe of 2 bed stock in ye ould butterie ..................................... 00 - 02 - 00 Item halfe som vessells in the buttery 3s ......................................... 00 - 03 - 00 Item halfe of som wooden vessels 8s 9d ............................................ 00 - 08 - 09 Item halfe the trine vessels 3s 2d, dj duzin trenchards 3d ........................ 00 - 03 - 05 Item halfe ye Table and formes in ye great house .................................. 00 - 02 - 00 [next page] [torn]-------- ------- -------- -------- brass pott------ -------- ................... 00 - 12 - 06 [torn]-------- of two potts 3s ---, halfe of wooll 3s 9d ............................. 00 - 06 - 03 [torn]--------e of 17 of hurden yarne 3s 6d ......................................... 00 - 03 - 06 [torn]-------fe of 5 pound of small lynin yarne & dj pond flax 2s ..................... 00 - 02 - 00 [torn]-----alfe of fiftie foure pounds of pewter at xd[10d] p pound ................... 01 - 02 - 06 ----at seven shillings worth of this pewtter is due upon acounts to Mr Robt: Cesar out of the whole soe that three shillings and six pence is to be deducted for the sd Mr Robt and thother 3s 6d to be satisfyed out of the mothers part Item halfe of 3 brass candlestickes ................................................... 00 - 03 - 06 Item halfe of five and twenty pounds of iron .......................................... 00 - 03 - 00 Item halfe of a duzin of pewter spoones & dj candlestick } a little small oager 2 ringes and ye weighinge beam ..}............................ 00 - 01 - 06 Item halfe of som earthen plats 9d halfe of 9 earthen } bottles, pitcher and possett cupp ................}................................ 00 - 01 - 00 Item halfe of 3 yards of hurden cloath ................................................ 00 - 00 - 06 Item halfe a fouleinge peece 3s, dj 2 smothinge irons & heaters 9d .................... 00 - 03 - 09 Item halfe the sives and seights 7d som muggs 3d ...................................... 00 - 00 - 10 Item halfe of som weights and scalls, yard rundles .................................... 00 - 00 - 10 Item halfe of a lead weight 14lb ...................................................... 00 - 01 - 0----[fold] Item halfe a bible 3s, dj practice of pietie 9d halfe a } small Dictionary 15d ...............................}.............................. 00 - 05 - 00 Item halfe of three hives of bees ..................................................... 00 - 09 - 00 Ittem halfe the fishinge boat ropes and oares ......................................... 02 - 05 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of a swine and two piggs ................................................... 00 - 03 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of twenty three sheepe ..................................................... 00 - 12 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of ten cowes wth their calves .............................................. 07 - 10 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of foure oxen and a steere ................................................. 03 - 00 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of two heffers and halfe 3 calves .......................................... 01 - 04 ----[fold] Item halfe of three horses ............................................................ 00 - 16 - ----[fold] Item a saddle 30d, dj two troughs 18d ................................................. 00 - 04 - 0----[fold] Item halfe of 7 hens and cock 7d, dj 7 gees & goslings 30d ............................ 00 - 03 - 0----[fold] summ 33 - 12 - ----[fold] more added halfe of eight yards of sarge .............................................. 00 - 05 ----[fold] Item a peece of wrackd timber 2d ...................................................... 00 - 0----[fold] Pledges given secundum forman legis John Barry for M: Cesar & Hen: Radcliffe for Jane Cesar [next page] Octobr: 17th 1677 The Inventory of Capt: Jo: Cesar being formerly priced by us ----[torn] Woods Jo: Bridson Jo: Quiney and X?to: Harrison the corne hay & other perticulers beinge not then fitt to price have now priced the same as followeth and to be added to the former Inventory £ s Halfe of all the crop of corne priced to ............................................... 11 - 00 - 00 Item halfe of the hay priced to ........................................................ 01 - 00 - 00 Item halfe of the suit of boat netts ................................................... 01 - 00 - 00 Item halfe of a morter and pestle ...................................................... 00 - 02 - 00 Item halfe of five sheepe & 3 lambes ................................................... 00 - 05 - 00 13 - 07 - 00

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