Transcript of the inventory of Thomas Carr

Ann Inventory of the Goods of Thomas Carr of Swallwell
lately deceased. Apprized by Timothy Hebbron Joseph
Longsdale William Pallaster & George Mason the 2o June
1692

L     s.    d.    
His Purse & Apparrell 00 : 07 : 06
one old Bedd Steed 00 : 02 : 06
one old Feather Bedd Pillow & two Happins 00 : 05 : 08
two Paire of Coarse Lin[en] Sheats 00 : 07 : 00
four paire of old harden Sheats 00 : 05 : 00
two Paire of old harden Pillowbers [pillowcase] 00 : 00 : 08
two old Table Cloaths & five Napkins 00 : 02 : 06
two old Darnick Curtons one old Vallance & Carpett 00 : 01 : 01
one Dozen & halfe of Trenchers 00 : 01 : 00
two little Panns & one pott 00 : 03 : 00
one Skeel Washing Tubb tray & one Bowle 00 : 01 : 06
Eight little old Pewter Dishes 00 : 05 : 08
two old Tanketts & one quart pott 00 : 01 : 03
one Gill pott & a Quarterne Pott 00 : 00 : 04
one Pewter Cup Salt & pewter Taster 00 : 00 : 03
one old Latten Candlstick & Six Spoons 00 : 00 : 07
one old Table & one Furr Dresser kubbert 00 : 03 : 04
two Joint Stoolls & two Furr Chaires 00 : 00 : 09
one little hanging Shelfe & small firr box 00 : 00 : 06
one small looking Glass & an old Pickter 00 : 00 : 09
three Wood Dishes & an old Salt kitt 00 : 00 : 04
one old fire Shovell porr & Tongues 00 : 00 : 07
one Diging Spade & an Ax 00 : 01 : 00
one how & a small Crow of Iron 00 : 01 : 00
one old Bible & little Sermon Book 00 : 01 : 01
02 : 14 : 10

Timothy Hebbron
Joeseph Longsdale
William Pullister
George Mason

Glossary

happin : a warm bed cover.
harden : a course hard cloth used for bed and table linen, but inferior to linen.
pillowber [pillowbere] : a pillowcase.
darnick [dornick] : a silk, worsted, woollen, or partly woollen fabric, used for hangings, carpets, vestments etc., named originally from the Flemish town of Dornick (or Tournay) from which this fabric was first imported.
trencher : a flat piece of wood, square or circular, on which meat was served and cut up; a plate or platter of wood, metal, or earthenware.
skeel : a wooden bucket, pail, tub, or similar vessel used for some domestic purpose.
gill : usually a quarter of an imperial pint, but in the North of England a gill is a half pint.
taster : an implement by which a small portion of anything is taken for tasting.
latten : a mixed metal of yellow colour, either identical with, or closely resembling, brass.
furr [firr] : planks or boards of wood of a certain thickness, named originally from the port of Deel in Holland from which they were first imported.
kitt [kit] : a tub- or pail-shaped vessel, often with a lid, used for holding or carrying milk, butter, fish, or other commodities.
porr [purr] : A fire poker (north).
crow : crow-bar.

[End of page 1 of 1. Ref: DPRI/1/1692/C2/1]

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