Goodale

Goodale, Goodall

____ GOODALE

Spouse: ____

Children: Thomas; Richard; John

 

Thomas GOODALE, tallow chandler of Down Market Norfolkshire, not proven to be father

Spouse: Em ____

Children: John; Robert; Thomas

 

John GOODALE born circa 1556, wealthy chandler, lived in Downham then Great Yarmouth from circa 1613 until he died,  will dated 6/24/1625 at Yarmouth Norfolk ENG, will proved 9/1625

Spouse: Elizabeth PARLETT she married (1) a Taylor; came to NE 1637/8 on "Mary Ann" with daughter Susanna & son-in-law, Abraham Toppan/Topham, of Newbury MA, married Goodale before 1610; died 4/8/1647 in MA. She married (3) Percival Lowell of Newbury MA. John married (1) Bridget Portler 9/21/1588 in Downham, she died 1607

Children: Elizabeth;  Abigail / Ann died 1678married Thomas Millard & Daniel Pierce; Joanna married John Oliver & Capt William Garrish; John baptized 11/11/1610; Christopher 12/17/1611; Thomas baptized 3/29/1616 died young;  Joseph baptized 4/15/1618; Hester baptized 4/15/1618;  Mordechaus baptized 10/11/1620; Benjamin baptized 10/11/1620 died young; Mary died young;  children of husband (1) Susanna Taylor born 1607 died 3/20/1689, married Thomas Milward & Abraham Tappan in ENG; Peter Taylor; John's children by 1st wife: Richard baptized 1594 Downham, of Newbury & Salisbury, died 1682 Salisbury, married Dorothy Whiterent; Frances baptized 1/28/1590 married William Marsten; Ellen baptized 4/28/1591; John baptized 3/10/1593 died young; Thomas baptized 11/24/1596 died young; Rebecca baptized 7/2/1598 married Walter Moorefleete; Elizabeth baptized circa 1601

 

Elizabeth GOODALE baptized 6/5/1614, died 4/23/1651 Newbury MA,  born Yarmouth Norfolk co. ENG

Spouse: John LOWELL born in Eng 1595 died in Newbury 7/10/1647; he married (1) Margaret/Mary __ died soon of birth of 5th child 1639 soon after arrival in NE; married (2) Elizabeth 1641 Newbury MA

Children: children of Mary/Margaret (1) John born in Eng 1629 died in Boston 1694 married Hannah Proctor & Elizabeth Sylvester & Naomi Sylvester; Mary born in Eng 1633 married Thomas Wyburn of Boston; Peter born in Eng circa 1635; James born in Eng circa 1637; Joseph born in Newbury 11/28/1639 died in Boston 1705 married Abigail Proctor sister of Hannah; Children of Elizabeth (2)  Benjamin born Newbury 9/12/1642 married Ruth Woodman; Thomas born 6/4/1644; Elizabeth born 2/16/1646  died 1731 married Capt. Philip Nelson;


 The historic genealogy of the Lowells of America from 1639 to 1899: 1 PERCIVAL LOWELL Lowle b in England 1571. Percefall dyed Jan 8 1664 at Newbury Mass, m in England Rebecca ___ d in Newbury Mass Dec 28 1645. He was therefore 68 years of age when he came to New England and 93 when he d. In England he res at Kingston Seymour Clevedon Portbury Weston in Gardano all of Somersetshire also Bristol of Gloucestershire. He came to Newbury Mass New England from Bristol England 1639 in the ship Jonathan. In 1597 he was assessor in Kingston Seymour England. The early parish records covering his early life in England unfortunately are lost leaving much unknown that would have been of great interest. Percival and family must have been well conditioned people in England They had their well authenticated coat of arms with other evidence of their high position. They had in Bristol England a large mercantile establishment under the firm name of Percival Lowle and Co. This firm was composed of the father Percival, the son John, and perhaps the son Richard and possible William Gerrish who came over with the Lowles and subsequently m Percival's sister Mrs Joanna Oliver widow of John Oliver.  Children of Percival I and Rebecca Lowell 2 I JOHN b in England 1595 d in Newbury Mass July 10 1647 m 1st in England Margaret d soon after the b of her fifth child 1639 the same year of her arrival in New Engiand; m 2nd in Newbury Mass 1639 Elizabeth Goodale b in Yarmouth Norfolk Co England d in Newbury Mass April 23 1651 dau of John Goodale and wife widow Elizabeth Taylor of Newbury Mass. Elizabeth Goodale with her mother and family came from Yarmouth Norfolk County England 1638 to Newbury Mass. The Goodale family consisted of the mother and son Richard daus Abigail or Ann who m 1st Thomas Millard of Boston Mass and 2nd in Newbury Mass Dec 20 1654 Daniel Pierce; Elizabeth who m John Lowell and Susanna Taylor a half sister who m Abraham Tappan of Newbury. John Goodale's will is dated at Yarmouth England June 1625 in which is mentioned Elizabeth and others. For will of John Lowell see A in appendix. For will of his wife Elizabeth see B in appendix. John Lowell came to New England 1639 with his father bringing wife and four children. He was a man of good education for those early days, was a man of prominence and influence in the community. Feb 2 1640 he was made freeman, was constable Dec 10 1641, Deputy in the General Court March 7 1644, was appointed May 14 1645 as one of three Commissioners of this town to settle small disputes involving less than 20 shillings and reappointed holding the position until his d, he held the office of town clerk at his d. While yet in England he apprenticed himself in 1619 when 24 years of age to Richard Baugh of Bristol England who was a Glover. He was admitted as a citizen of Bristol England in 1629. Sept 7 1637 he had Richard Dole apprenticed to him for seven years. Dole came with the Lowells to America and became a merchant of wealth and prominence in Newbury where he settled. 3 II RICHARD2 b in England 1602 d in Newbury Mass Aug 5 1682. He came with his father's family from Bristol Eng 1639. III JOAN or Joanna b in England 1609 d in Newbury Mass June 14 1677 age 68 years, m 1st in England 1639 John Oliver b in Bristol England 1613 d in Newbury Mass before June 1642 age 29 years. He and wife Joan must have been married just before emigrating to New England as they were m in 1639 and came over the same year with Percival Lowle and settled in Newbury Mass. He was an importer of English goods and left at d an estate inventoried at 420 .... Children of John 1 2 Percival1 and 1st wife Mary Lowell 6. I JOHN3 b in England 1629 d in Boston Mass Jan 7 1694 m 1st by Mr William Hibbins Jan 3 1653 Hannah Proctor dau of George P and Edith Proctor and sister of Abigail who m Joseph Lowell 10, m 2nd by Mr Hatherley in Scituate Mass Jan 24 1658 Elizabeth Sylvester of Scituate Mass b Jan 23 1644 d 1666 dau of Richard and Naomi Tarreyin Sylvester....  John Lowell was a cooper early removed to Boston Mass where he was first m where his two eldest children were b and where his first wife d. He then moved to Scituate Mass m his 2nd wife and had five more children b there. After m in that place his third wife he removed to Rehobath Mass where five more of his children were b. He then returned to Boston Mass where the last five of his children were b. In 1677 he and his brother Joseph signed a petition in Boston March 2 1669 while in Rehobath he received a grant of land in that place by the Court. In 1656 while of Boston he purchased a house and lot of Thomas Venner Sept 27 1694 his widow Naomi was appointed to administer his estate which inventoried at 77 8 6 In the administration papers he is called Cooper For deed given by him and others see appendix C. 7 II MARY3 b in England 1633 m Thomas Wyburn of Boston Mass. Mary Lowle dan of John deceased, 17 years old petitioned the Court Oct 15 1650 to obtain her dowery then held by her Uncle Richard who had been appointed guardian over his brother's minor children at John's death 1647 so that she could return to England. Her request for the 10 was granted. (Mass Records Vol Ill p 213) After receiving the money she suddenly changed her mind and m Mr Wyburn instead. 8 III PETER b in England about 1635. He was living and mentioned in his father's will in 1647 but I have found no further trace of him. 9 IV JAMES b in England about 1637. He was mentioned in his father's will 1647 also in the will of his step mother Elizabeth 1651. A James Lowell Oct 29 1668 petitioned the court at Plymouth Mass for swampy land 12 acres near his land (Plymouth Colony Records Vol V p 5). It must have been the above for he was the only James Lowell at that time in America so far as I can discover. 10 V JOSEPH b in Newbury Mass Nov 28 1639 d in Boston Mass Aug 19 1705 and is buried in the old Granary Cemetery beside Park St Church at Boston m by Major Humphrey Athertou March 8 1660 Abigail Proctor b 1635 d June 27 1707 age72 years sister of Hannah wife of John Lowell  and dau of George P Proctor of Dorchester Mass. He was a cooper in Boston Mass having removed there early as he and brother John signed a petition there in 1677, June 15 1700 he, a cooper of Boston, was appointed administrator of the estate of his nephew John Lowle of Bristol England a mariner lately deceased on board of ship Amity of Boston. This nephew probably was John 16 son of his brother John 6. Jan 24 1708 Joseph Rogers was appointed administrator of his estate which inventoried at 640 Rogers d and Arthur Jeffrey a merchant of Boston was appointed in his place March 10 1710 he also d and John Bulleutine another merchant of Boston was appointed in his stead, April 17 1712 1695 he purchased a Negro of Benjamin Pemberton (Mass Records Vol IX p 142) By 2nd m 11 VI BENJAMIN b in Newbury Mass Sept 12 1642 d in Newbury Mass Oct 22 1714. Int pub Oct 17 1666 with Ruth Woodman b March 28 1646 still living Feb 2 1724 dau of Edward and Joanna Woodman who came from Southampton England June 3 1635 in the ship James of London England. Edward1 Woodman was a wealthy and prominent man was Lieutenant in a company sent against the Pequods in April 1637 He and his brother Archelaus came over together and settled at Newbury Mass Archelaus d without issue Edward was living 1687 but date of d not known He Edward had seven children 4 sons and 3 daus The following are their names and in order of their b's 1 Edward Woodman 2 John Woodman 3 Joshua Woodman b 1636 4 Mary Woodman m 1660 John Brown 5 Sarah Woodman m 1666 John Kent 6 Jonathan9 Woodman 7 Ruth Woodman b 1646 m 1666 Benjamin Lowell On the Town Rate of Newbury Mass 1668 Benj Lowle was set for 1 Head 1 horse 2 cows 8 sheep 1 hogg May 19 1669 Benjamin Lowle was made freeman 1695 he was called Sergt and in a deed at Newbury Mass 1697 he was called blacksmith He with others had along law suit over his parent's estate which is on the records of the clerk's court Mass R6C 3 125 Salem Mass also in Boston Court House Case No 1791 estate Vol 1 12 VII THOMAS 1 b in Newbury Mass June 4 1644. Savage says he probably dy. He certainly was not mentioned with the other children in his father's will dated June 29 1647 nor in that of his mother dated Jan 10 1650. 13 VIII ELIZABETH b Newbury Mass Feb 16 1646 d in Rowley Mass Dec 14 1731. Int Pub Nov 1 1666 and m Jan 1 1667 Capt Phillip Nelson of Rowley Mass b in England 1636 d at Rowley Mass Aug 19 1691 son of Thomas and Joan Dummer Nelson who came from England Dec 1638 to Salem Mass and the next spring settled in Rowley Mass. Philip received a double portion by his father's will dated 1645. He was grad by HC 1654 was freeman 1655, was captain of a Rowley Co in the expedition to Quebec 1690. He was an eccentric character and is said to have been frequently disciplined at the University and to have stirred up the sedate people of Rowley Mass. He was probably the largest land owner in the town holding nearly 3,000 acres. One of his descendants says His landed estate was immense probably more than 3,000 acres much of it bounded by the Merrimac above and below Haverhill Mass. He m 1st 1657 Sarah Jewell d Feb 14 1665 and had two children by her one was Philip b in Rowley Mass April 16 1659.  .... Children of Benjamin 11 John2 Percival1 and Ruth Woodman Lowell 41 I RUTH b at Newbury Mass Sept 4 1667, 42 II ELIZABETH b at Newbury Mass Oct 16 1669. Int Pub in Newbury Nov 10 1695 and m in Newbury Jan 29 1696 Francis M Willet (Daniel2 Andrew1) of Newbury Mass. They had 1 Mary Willet b Sept 20 1698, 2 Judeth Willet b May 10 1702, 3 Ruth Willet b May 2 1704. Probably others. MARY b at Newbury Mass Nov 18 1671 dy, BENJAMIN b at Newbury Mass Feb 5 1674. His father is called Sr in 1698 hence he probably was then living. SARAH b at Newbury Mass March 15 or 19 1676 d soon, SARAH b at Newbury Mass May 6 1678 bapt July 14 1678. Int Pub Jan 9 and m Feb 14 1699 Ebenezer Knowlton 11 1674 son of Nathaniel Knowlton of Ipswich Mass, son of William Knowlton who was brother to Deacon Thomas Knowlton Sr. Ebenezer Knowlton was a tanner and removed to Newbury Mass the same year of m. 47 VII MARY b at Newbury Mass Nov 6 1679 d Dec 81 1711. Int Pub at Newbury Mass Dec 1695 m Jan 15 1696 Thomas Williams of Newbury Mass. They had 1 Mary Williams b July 2 1697, 2 Henry Williams b Sept 27 1699, 3 Hannah Williams b May 4 1701, 4 Abigail Williams b June 4 1703, 5 Sarah Williams b Dec 27 1705, 6 Judith Williams b Dec 7 1707, 7 Benjamin Williams b May 1708, 8 Thomas Williams b June 24 1710. 48 VIII JOSEPH b at Newbury Mass Sept 12 1680 bapt Sept 19 1680 d before April 8 1753 as his widow Mary then made her will. A Joseph d Oct 10 1736. Int Pub Dec 6 1707 with Mary Hardy only dau of Mary Hardy widow of George Hardy. George Hardy d before m of his dau Mary and his wife administered his estate. She m 2nd Benjamin Poor who quit claimed to her all his right in her former husband.  4 VI Geo Hardy estate Sept 26 1717 at which time Mary was the wife of said Benjamin Poor (Essex Co Mass Prob Eec Vol 12 p 57) Mary the widow of Joseph Lowell made her will April 8 1753 which was proved May 14 1753 which is recorded in Essex Co Mass Prob Kec Vol 81 p 158. Her son Joseph was sole executor 1708 and 10. Joseph is called a blacksmith. He owned and sold considerable real estate in Newbury Mass where he resided. 49 IX JOHN4 b at Newbury Mass Feb 22 1683 bapt Feb 25 1683. In the record of his bapt his name is spelled Lole. M 1st about 1707 Mary Davis of Newbury Mass b March 23 1683 dau of John and Sarah Carter Davis who were m April 8 1681. John Davis was b Jan 15 1645 and was son of John and Mary Davis who were in Newbury as early as 1645. Sarah wife of John Davis d March 6 1696 and he m 2nd the same year Elizabeth Kidder. John Lowell probably m 2nd at Salem NH April 3 1729 Sarah L Bailey. See below No issue by 2nd m. In 1754 he is called in a deed a blacksmith.s His whole family with wife Mary Davis is recorded at Haverhill Mass on the city clerk's records original book No 3 p 110. In 1728 by vote of the selectmen of Haverhill he with nine others was permitted to transfer his membership from Haverhill to the Amesbury church West Parish which now is the first church of Merrimac Mass .See original book of Haverhill Town Rec Book 4 p 20. Either by removal or change of state boundaries he was soon after in what is now Salem NH where some of his descendants have constantly lived, 1747 he and son Samuel signed a petition in Plaistow. Both the church and town records of Haverhill Mass show that he had a dau Sarah b and bapt there in 1722. He with his sons David, Moses, Samuel, and John were in the Louisburg campaign in 1746. John the father was of Methuen. John and Samuel were of Plaistow or Haverhill. David was in Major Hale's Co. Moses was of Nottingham. In the Salem Church Records I found the mark of the family as follows Mark for John Lowell's Cattel and other Creatuers. A Cropt of ye near ear and a slit in ye top of ye Same & a Slit in ye uper side of ye Same ear.

 Historic homes and places and genealogical and personal memoirs ..., Volume 2: Abraham Toppan son of William Toppan 4 of Cambridge in the parish of Coverham was baptized April 10 1606. He lived for some time in Yarmouth county of Norfolk. He married Susanna Taylor who was born in the year 1607 and died March 20 1689. Her mother Susanna Taylor inherited considerable property from a second husband Mr John Goodale of Yarmouth whose will is dated 1625. On the Register of names of such persons who are twenty one years and upward and have license to passe into forraigne parts from March 1637 to the 29th of September by virtu of a Commission of Mr Thomas Mayhew Gentleman, are the names of Abraham Toppan aged thirty one, Susanna his wife aged thirty one, with their children Peter and Elizabeth and one mayd servant Anne Goodin aged eighteen years and Susanna Taylor Goodale his wife's mother May 10th 1637. In the year 1637 Abraham Toppan his wife, two children, his wife's mother, and servant Anne Goodin sailed from Yarmouth May 10 in the ship Mary Ann ship Rose for New England. He was admitted into the township of Newbury Massachusetts October 16 1637 and at various times in the following year grants of land were made him and he built his dwelling house near the meeting house a few rods north of the house of Captain Richard Adams and between that house and another owned by the heirs of the late Joseph Toppan a descendant Abraham Toppan being licensed by John Endicott Esq to live in this jurisdiction, was received into the town of Newberry as an inhabitant thereof and have promised under his hand to be subject to any lawful order that shall be made by the towne October 16 1637. Abraham Toppan He made sundry voyages to the Barbadoes of which one or two were profitable. He brought home sugar, cotton, wool, and molasses with great profit.

 The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 29: [The marriage of Daniel Peirce and Ann Milward took place in Newbury 12/26/1654.] She was the youngest daughter of Elizabeth Goodale of Yarmouth England by her second husband John Goodale. Bv her first husband Mr Taylor she had one daughter Susannah who married Abraham Toppan or Tappan the first of the family of that name m Newbury 1637. By her second husband Goodale she had three daughters 1 Elizabeth who married John Lowle Lowell who was of Newbury In 1639. 2 Joanna who married first John Oliver of Newbury in 1639 and second April 17 1645 Captain William Gerrish of Newbury in 1640 by whom she had ten children, 3 Ann who married first Thomas Milward and second Daniel1 Peirce above named, By the l named Ann had no children by her first husbandm she had three daughters vii Aim b Nov 1 1642, Rebecca b in 1643, and Elizabeth b in 1644.

Will of John Goodale: To the poor of Yarmouth 40s To the poor of Downham 40s To Richard Goodall, my eldest son by my first wife, if now living, L6 a year for life, on condition that if I die before I have surrendered my copyholds he shall do all necessary acts, otherwise this legacy to be void; also he is not to part with the said annuity. In default of payment he is to have power to distrain on my lands at Ormesby and Scroutby until it is paid. Further I give him L10 when he is 35 years of age. to daughter Rebecca L4 a year on the same conditions, and L10 at 35 years of age, if alive, or before if my executors please, or at her marriage if with the consent of her mother. To my now wife Elizabeth all my houses and lands in Norfolk, Lincolnshire or elsewhere, free and copyhold, until the children I had by her attain the age of 21, she to keep the premises in good repair and educate and maintain the children. To Peter Taylor, my wife's son, L20 at 22 years of age. To Susan Taylor, sister of the said Peter, L20 at 22 years of age. To John Goodall, my eldest son by this wife, at 21 years of age, all lands, houses, fish-houses etc. at Yarmouth and lands etc. in Ormesby, Scroutby, Potter Heigham or near thereto, provided that when he has them he shall pay his brother Richad and his sister Rebecca their yearly portions. To Christopher Goodall, my son, lands and houses in Downham Market, Denver, Bexwell and Wimbotsham at 21 years of age, and also L20. To Joseph Goodall, my son, all lands and houses in Wybberton, Boston and Frampton in Lincolnshire at 21 years of age, and also L20. To Mordechaus Goodall, my youngest son, the houses and lands of Edward Atfen in Runham and Philbie which are mortgaged to Mordechaus on condition of payment of certain money to him, if the said Edward makes forfeiture of them, and also L100 at 21 years of age. If Atfen shall redeem the said lands then my executors are to take the money and make it up to L200 and put it out at 7% for the benefit of my child Mordechaus till he attains the age of 21, then the L200 to be paid to him. To Elizabeth Goodall, my daughter L100 at 21 years of age or at marriage, if to the liking of her mother and her brother John. To Marie Goodall, my youngest daughter, L100 at 21 years of age or at marriage, and when she is 12 the money is to be put out at 6% for her use until she is 21. If either daughter die, the survivor is to be her heir. If my son John die under age and without issue, then all given to him is to go to his brother Christopher, and gifts to Christopher to go to Joseph, and gifts to Joseph to go to Mordechaus and gifts to Mordechaus to be equally divided between the brothers, my children by this wife. If Christopher die under age, then Joseph is to have his lands, gifts to Joseph are to go to Mordechaus and gifts to Mordechaus are to go to the former brothers then living. To my cousin Richard Goodall's son of Lynn 40s at the age of 21. To Robert Goodall of this town, my brother Robert's son, 40s at 21. To Mr. George Hardware senior of this town, my loving friend, 20s To my cousin William Parlett senior of Downham, my cloth gown lined with lamb skins. To John Preste my godson and son to Robert Preste later of Downham, 20s at the age of 21 To my maid Marie Underwood 6s 8d. To John Searles senior of this town, for remembrance of our loves 20s. To Frances Marston, my daughter, wife of William Marston, late of Martham, (in lieu of L55, the residue of L65 which her husband gave me to employ for his wife and children, being part of the money I gave her in marriage, she being under age, and then did promise to insure her an interest in his lands, which he performed not, but sold them away and spent all but this money given to me) L5 a year while she lives and for a year after her death. To William her husband, L10. To John Marston, his son, at 21, if his mother be not living, L20; if she be living to be paid a year after her death, if he be 21. To Marye Maston, at 21 after her mother's decease, L10. To Elizabeth Maston, another of her daughters, at 18, if her mother is not alive, L10. If any of these daughters die, her legacy is to go to the survivor. If my wife remarry before my son John is 21, she is to give bond for L1000 for these payments. To my friend Thomas Williams of Norwich, tailor, 40s and to his wife a gold ring worth 10s at least. To Clement Eade's wife of Monslye, 10s. To Richard Goodall my son's two children, 40s each at 21. To Edward Atfen of Runham, 20s. To John Moneby of Downham, my old sevant, 40s. To John Parlett's children of Stradgsett, my wife's brother, 20s each at 21, that is Nicodemus Parlett and Elizabeth Parlett. To Richard Nuttings of Wilberton and his wife, 20s apiece. Residue to my wife Elizabeth and my son John, and they to be my executors. My well-regarded friend and loving kisnman William Parlett senior of Downham Market, draper, to be supervisor, and I give him my best gown and my best gold ring or L5." Witnesses John Searles, Edward Coxe, Samuel Bowles, Francis Parkins (Norwich Archdeaconry Court, Register 1624-5, f. 383)

 Estate of Mrs Elizabeth Goodale of Newbury. Inventory of the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Goodalle, widow of Newbery late of Yarmouth in old England, taken Mar 27 1647 by Edward Rawson, Henry Short and Richard Knight. in mony Gold & Silver 7li 13s 9d, 5 gold Rings 2li 18s, 2 silver beakers 3li 10s, a guilt bowle 1li 10s, a little broke silver bowle 16s, 12 silver spoones 4li, a double silver salt wth a Civer 2li 5s, total 22li 12s 9d. In hir wearing Apparell a watered Silk grogrin gowne 4li, a Cloth gowne 2li, a silk mohaire petticoate 1li, a turky mohaire peticoate 1li 10s, a cloake hood & safegard 2li, 2 old black gownes 2li 1s, a figured grogrin hood & cham lett Cloake 1li 5s, a stitch taffaty kertle & a chamlet kertle 16s, a shagg petticoat 15s, 2 old waskoats & 4 old peticoats 1li 10s, a greene say Apron 6s 8d, a muffe 5s, a night wascoate 1s 6d, 2 pr of shoes & stockings 12s, 4 Clothes 1li 10s, 2 holland Aprons, 12 small handchrchrfs, old shifts 15s, 12 old quoives ,12 neckcloths, 12 Cross 11s, 2 pr of gloves, 1 ell of lace, 1 pr of bowes 8s, a grt Truncke 13s 4d, a boxe wth some pinns, peeces of taffaty Fillitin & other smale things 15s, a looking glasse 5s, 2 Hatts1li total 22li 19s 6d. Severall books 1li 6s 8d, 3 botle glasses, peece of Canvas, pinns other triviall things & 2 boxes 9s, old peece of sarsnett 1s, old sattyn doublett & figured sattin Jackett 1li, 2 casements & 3 panes of glasse 10s, chest, 3 cheese clouts & other triviall things 12s, a little deske & other triviall things 5s, in another boxe peece of figured sattin wth some remnants 14s, an old peece of s ay 1s 6d, 3 yds of kersy 15s, lace Inckle binding copy fustion wth other smale things 1li, a boxe peece of bl copy stjuffe threed & other smale things 13s 4d, peece of blake taffaty 18s, total 8li 5s. 5 pr of sheets 2li, 12 napkings 6s, 2 holl pillowbyes, 2 cloth pillowbyes, 2 pr of Courser copy 17s 6d, table cloth & old Shift copy 4s, 3 prs of holland Sheets copy 3li, 2 pr of sheets wth a towell copy 2li 10s, diapr tablecloth & large copy towel 1li 2s, lardg Damaske Xapkin copy & a diapi napkin 4s, diaper tablecloth, 12 diaper napkins wth a lardg damaske napkin 17s, 1 pr of fine holland pillowbyes & 2 pr of copy other pillowbyes 1li 4s, 1 pr of sheets 6s, 1 paire copy of canvas sheets copy 6s 3 copy old Canvas sheets copy 8s 8d 4 copy kerchefs 9s 6d table cloth & cupboard copy cloth & long copy Towill 8s, chese clout & 6 towells 8s, pr of smale canvas sheets copy & table cloth 8s 6d, 2 Rawhides & a bundle of Ferret copy ribbon 1li 1s 6d, napkin long binder & a bundle of old Ruffes 2s 6d, a milded towell some canvas sheets 9s 6d, 2 course pillows pillowbeers copy 2s 6d, pr of body 2s 6d, 2 Towells one bage 1s, five holland apron copy & 3 course Aprons 16s, one napkin, 1 holld copy hecherchrf & an old wascoat 2s 6d , Truncke 5s, total 17li 2s 2d. a tapistry coverled 4li, 2 liury cuppboard cloths 1li 10s, pr of green curtaines & valliants of say copy 1li 15s, downe bed & feather boulster 5li, greene Rugge 12s 4d, 3 pr of blancketts 1li 2s 6d, fether bed 2 feather boulsters 5li 4s litle feather bed & boulster 2li 2 Coverleeds Hi 4 cushions & 2 stooles 14s truncke 2s 6d 5 pillowes 1li, 5 greene Curtains, 3 curtaine Rods 1li, pr of striped curtains wth a carpett & ould cloth 1li, 5 greene old curtains 16s, 2 turky cushions 10s, green Carpett 10s, half a greene say valliants 4s, 3 yds of green prisillian 10s, 7 yds of stuffe 1li 11s 6d, peice of canvas 4d, 2 boulsters 1li 4s, total 31li 10s 10d. Brass & peuter, 15 peuter platters, 2 plates, 7 porringers, 1 chamber pot, 9 butter dishes, 2 bason,s 2 candstickes, 2 brasse Candlstickes flagon 3li 8s. 1 brasse pr of Andirons 1li 5s, 1 pr of bellows, pr of toungs, slice fire panne & chafer 15s, 1 bason & ewer 10s, 1 grt brasse potte & Civer 1li 10s, 1 lese brasse pott 13s, 12 old Caskes 8s, fryin panne & pr of candle stickes 4s 6d, warming panne 5s, Iron cansticke, churn, dark lantherne wth other Iron geere 1li 10s, 4 plates, 6 sasrs, 1 double salt, 1 Cawdlecuppe, 1 pt pot copy, 1 2 pint pott, 2 oll water Cupps, 1 Churne copy & grt pott, 1 brass candlesticke & a blew Jugge 13s 4d, one Iron pott, 1 pr of Iron hangers, 1 spitt, 1 dripping panne, 1 smoothing Iron 12s, 3 ketles, 1 bakine panne, 1 brasse chafing dish, 2 brasse ladles, 1 skimer, 2 brasse skellets 16s, a Jugg tipt with silver 5s, a parcell of yarne 8s, earthen platters & wooden dishes 2s, total 13li 5s 2d copy in severall debts oweing, copy to hir 31li 12s 5d. Suffolk County Probate Files Docket 2,624 .

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