Thomas Worthington 1638
 

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In the name of god Amen the thirteenth day of februarie in the eleventh yeare of the Raigne of our Sovraigne Lorde Charles by the grace of god kinge of Englande Scotlande ffrance Ireland defender of the faith &c Ao dni 1635 I Thomas Worthington of Coppull in the Countie of Lancaster yeoman Sicke and weake in body but of good and pfect memorie I praise god therefore, utterlye renouncinge & revokinge all former wills and testamts by mee heretofore made, doe nowe hereby constitute ordaine and make this my last will and testamt in mannr and forme followinge, first and principally I comend my soule unto Almighty god my Creator Redeemr and Sanctifyer~~ hopinge assuredlye (?) by and through the merits of the death and passion of my savior Jesus Crist to Inherit evrlasting lyfe, And my bodye I comit to Christian buriall at my pishe Church at Standish in my accustomed buriall place, there to remaine untill the resurrecon of all men, att wch daie or ressurecon I hope to ryse againe wth comfort to Imortalite, and for to remaine wth my savior amongst all his elected Children in the kingdom of heaven for evrmore, And for those temporall goods wch the lorde in great mercye hath bestowed upon mee, I give and bequeth them as followeth, And first my will is that all my goods shall bee devyded into thrie equall pts, The first pte I give and bequeth unto Agnes my wyfe, the seconde pte thereof I give and bequeth unto Thomas Worthington my youngest sonne, The third and last pte I reserve to my selfe. my funerall expencs beinge discharged all the resydue & remainder I give unto my sonne Thomas, all the rest of my children beinge by mee heretofore prferred wth good and sufficient porcons wherein I have sevrall acquaintances wch will fully apeare, Itm I doe give to all the children wch I am grandfather unto, evrie of them xiid apeece.// Itm I doe hereby constitute ordaine and make my lovinge neighboures and frends Olyver Haydock of Walchwhittle and Henry Slater of the same, my true and lawfull executors of this my last will and testamt, hopinge they will truly execute and pforme, as my trust is in them before all others, alsoe it is my will that you my executors shall have either iijs-iiijd apeece. In witness whereof I have caused this same to bee published and have hereunto sett my hande and seale the daie and yeare first above written./ //

Sealed signed and publisshed signi prd
in the prsents of \\T
Mar: Bannester Thom Worthington
signd p l George Abbott






A true Inventorie of all the goods & cattells of Thomas Worthington late of Coppull in the Countie of Lancaster yeoman deceassed prysed by Robte Hallywell of Tunley gent. Geffrey Prescote of Coppull aforesaid yeoman. George Abote of  Coppull aforesaid and Thomas Miller of Bispham husbandman the thirde daie of Aprill Anno ??? Carolie Anglie &c xiiij Ao dni 1638

Imprims thrie kyne and one sterke 15- 0- 0
Itm in haye 1-10- 0
Itm 5 sheepe 1-13- 4
Itm a Swyne 0-12- 0
Itm one mare 1- 0- 0
Itm a tarke of grounde at harrisons wth the pfits thereof & donge 6- 0- 0
Itm another closse of ground att harrisons 1-13- 4
Itm another closse of ground at Blaynscowe 2-10- 0
Itm in oats meale barlie & malt 3-13- 4
Itm in pann brasse 1-18- 0
Itm in pott brasse 2- 4- 0
Itm 3 candlesticks. a morter. 2 ladles & a fryinge pan 0- 5- 0
Itm in pewter. 38 pounds 1-14-10
Itm in the lower chamber. 2 feetherbeds.1.boulster & 3 pillows 3- 4- 0
Itm 4 covrlets 4 blankets 1 cadowe 2 chafbeds ) 2-12- 0
and a chaffeboulster )
Itm in the 2 chambers above 2 feetherbeds 3 boulsters) 2-12- 0
3 covrlets 2 chaffe beds & a chaffe boulster )
Itm in the out chamber 1 chaffebed 1 chafe boulster)
a feether boulster & 3 ould covrlets ) 0-12- 0
Itm in the chamber belowe 2 paire of bedstocks)
a forme an ould coaboard & some cheests ) 1-10- 0
Itm one chist in the shopp 0- 6- 8
Itm one arke in the out chamber 0-10- 0
Itm in the same chamber 1 paire of bedstocks 0- 3- 4
Itm in the chamber above i cheest & 1 paire of bedstocks 0-11- 4
Itm in the newe chamber 1 paire of bedstocks and a forme 0- 4- 0
Itm 4 cheests 0-13- 4
Itm a boarde on a frame a forme and a trest 0-10- 0
Itm an ould Ambrie a dishboard & a fallboard 0- 8- 0
Itm a cookinge (?) boarde 2 booffet stooles 4 cheares)
& 4 other little stooles ) 0- 5- 0
Itm 8 quisshoons 0- 6- 0
Itm a pecke & 2 shilves 0- 4- 0
Itm 6 seeves & 2 riddles 0- 4- 0
Itm in all manner of wood vessell 1- 2- 0
Itm on turnell 0- 6- 0
Itm a paire of Loomes & all things thereto belonginge 1- 6- 8
Itm a spinninge wheele 0- 1- 6
Itm in boards a bearinge barrowe a paire of paniars)
an ould arke wth feethers in it & cowe so??es ) 0-10- 0
Itm in flax & yearne 4- 8- 0
Itm in basons troughs a s?once & other implemts 0- 5- 0
Itm in saks poaks & windowsheets 0-14- 0
Itm in walinge stones 0- 5- 0
Itm in crrops & loggs of wood & 2 yate harrs 0- 6- 8
Itm on great swyne trough wth 3 litle ons 0- 5- 0
Itm in the loft beneath in woolle salt and other implemts 0- 6- 0
Itm in the lofte on the shopp in workloomes & wood 0- 6- 0
Itm 2 harrowes wth pines & swingletries and all in)
the shopp belonginge to his trade ) 1- 0- 0
Itm in cartewheeles trease & all husbandrie ware)
meane (?) betweene George Abote & the decedent ) his pte 1-13- 4
Itm a pacsadle trease & other Implemts for husbandrie 0- 4- 0
Itm a hagno sadle halters picforks spads)
hatchets & other odd ware ) 0- 9- 0
Itm an iron chimlie wth all things belonginge thereto 1- 0- 0
Itm a girdle of Iron 0- 3- 4
Itm a halfe chimlie hooks sickles & a houselocke 0- 4- 0
Itm in geese & goslings 0- 3- 4
Itm in henns & cheekines 0- 2- 6
Itm a plowe & the irons 0- 3- 4
Itm twoe newe pears of dyed cloth 0-10- 0
Itm all his appell lynnen & woollen 4- 0- 0
Itm owinge by Geffrey Prescote for pte of a sheepe 0- 2- 0
Itm 3 silver spoones 0-12- 0
Itm in gould & silver 17-16- 9
Itm owing by Richard Pilkington by bonde 2- 3- 2


Summ totall 96- 2- 9