Thomas Corlett 1695

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 14 June 2017
Original: 0106207

Archdeacon Will 1695A #75 Bride will of Thomas Corlett, died 14 April 1696:

Summary: wife is alive, children/son & daughters all underage, brother John, brother William, brother Robert, also:
(servant) Margaret Cowley, old manservant xxxx Naylor witnesses: William Kneen & Robert Radcliffe, pledges William Ca--
-- & John Cannon and Christopher Corkill & Philip Crenilt
?will of father: ArW 1693A #49 Lezayre will of William Corlett, died 22 January 1693/4: wife is alive, son William (married,
has a daughter), dau Catharine (married), son Thomas, son John, son Robert, nephew (sister's son) William Crowe Glanduff,
brother Robert Corlett, sister Margaret Corlett, also old Dollin Caine deceased, Edward Crow Ballacottier, witnesses:
William Crow & William Crowe, pledges: William Crowe & xxxx
April ye 14th 1696 Lezaer The last will and teastement off Thom: Corlett ffirst he left his soule to God, and is body to Christian buriall, Ittm: he left & bequeathed unto his sonn the lands with halfe the cropt off corne and half the teeme and ye husbandry geares, and that his brother John would com and work halfe the lands with his wife and to injoye the same untell his sonn weare fite to take it, and iff all his children did die that his sd brother John would have the lands and his isue for ever; Ittm: he left his wife his true and lawfull executor off all his goods moveable and unmoveable and that shee would give ffore pounds apese to each of his daughters, ffurther he declarde yt iff his brother John would not com & live with his wife and children to keep ye land, his wife to have all ye land and iff any of his frinds would sue any right to his goods, that they would be coutt off with with twelve penies a peese Legasey; Itt: he left to his auld manservant Naler his best coate, Itt: he left to Margt Cowley a furlett off barly, Ittm: he left to Willm: Kneene a shee lame, Itt: he left to Robertt Ratlife one sheepe. The wife hath given consent to this will in every particular vid: to give her part of ye Lands, Team, & crop of corn & gears of hus bandry to ye son after her decease and if ye son dye, then ye same to become due to a daughter, or daughters; The rest of ye will to stand ne for a proved by the Supervisors before Testes me Robert Parr pbatum est et solvit 1s Willm: Kneene } Robertt Ratliffe} jurati The Inventory next Court The wife & Supervisors vizt Will: Curlet Robt: Curlet & John Curlet sworn in form of law [next page] 10br: the 9th 1696 John Curlet entrs his claime agt the Exxr: of Thomas Curlet for the summe of fourty and four shillings due &c [next page:] A true and parfect Invectory of the goods of Tho: Corlett -----[torn] four sworn men viz Christfer Corkill, Will: Corlett, NicKless Callue Hugh -----[torn] Will: Marten Sumner Ittem all his horses £ s Ittem his part of ye horses left out of his will ................................... 2 - 3 - ---[torn] Ittem his part of ye catell left out of his will ................................... 3 - 4 - 2 Ittem his part of one hive ........................................................ 00 - 02 - 8 Ittem his part of 2 spades one grap on pare of tunges & griddell 2 shiRely on on Rackenthree .................................................................... 00 - 2 - 00 Ittem his part of 2 potes on poot hoke on pare of sharrs on candelstick ........... 00 - -- - 00 Ittem his part of 2 puter disis & on candelstik & spones & smoding irne ........... 00 - 2 - 00 Ittem his part of 2 tabels on forme one chare one frame 2 shelf.........} bordes on cradel one haghed & bites of Irne one gridell & littell firkon} ......... 00 - 4 - 00 Ittem his part of 2 chists and 2 barrles one bassked .............................. 00 - 6 - 4d Ittem his part of 2 whiles ........................................................ 00 - 00 - 9d Ittem his part of smoall vesseles ................................................. 00 - 1 - 6d Ittem his part of earthen vesseles ................................................ 00 - 00 - 3d Ittem his part of 2 pare of cardes ................................................ 00 - 00 - 5d Ittem his part of all the cloath .................................................. 00 - 12 - 6d Ittem his part of all the fitters is 3 hapence a pound ............................ Ittem his part of one cart 2 parre of harnes 2 pare laders & his part of 5 stikes . 00 - 1 - ob d Ittem his part of one puter dis in poone .......................................... 00 - 00 - 6d Ittem his part of one chest in poone .............................................. 00 - 00 - 4 ob d Ittem his part of one sadel ....................................................... 00 - 00 - 4d Ittem his part of the goates ...................................................... 00 - 2 - 8d Ittem his part of the booke ....................................................... 00 - 1 - 00 Ittem his part of the sow ......................................................... 00 - 2 - 00 Ittem his part of 4 poundes of toe yawrn .......................................... 00 - 1 - 00 Ittem his part of 3 poundes of wollen yowrn ....................................... 00 - 00 - 10 ob Ittem his part of 10 pounds of wolle............................................... 00 - 2 - 1d Ittem his part of the flakes after the poound Ittem his part of one sack ........................................................ 00 - 00 - 5d Ittem his part of the sheep ....................................................... 2 - 8s - 4d The Custody of the children & yr goods in the hands and tuition of the wife who hath given pledges William Ca---- and John Cannon according to Law. The above pledges are ----[dark] & Christipher Corkil & Philip Crinilt are become counter -----[dark] till the child come to age [next page on a slip of paper:] ---------entory of ye Goods of Thomas Curlet &c £ s d The part of ye Team of oxe ..................................... 03 - 18 - 10 the plough, suck Coulter & gears ............................. 00 - 03 - 06 his part of ye corn to be brought in by the } Barly 1 boll: 10 pottels 14s - 8d Numbr: of Boules, ye barly at 8s; placket 3s 6d,} placket 9 bolls dj boll 1£ - 11s - 8 small oats 1s 8d, wheat at 5s per boll: }oats 5 bolls .......... 0 - 8 - 4 wheat ............................................................. 00 - 0 - 3 1/2 1/4 Att a Consistory Court in KK Michael Jan the 21the 1696/7 before ye Revd: Mr Sam Watleworth & Mr Rob: Parre Vicr: Generall: Upon further debate abt the uncles consent to the within will of Thomas Curlet, It is concluded that the wifes part of the Lands shall become due to the eldest child; an dher part of the Teame crop and gears of husbandry, To the rest of the children in nature and manner as they shall bee at yr Mothers death, and this to be a finall conclusion of all differences in that concern

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