DW_PC_5_1682_29

Alice Jackman (X) wife of Francis Jackman of Thursley, carpenter, snr., wea by agreement of husband 21 Jul 1681

to my kinsman John Goldring of Rogate my best bed, my best bolster and a pair of sheets; to my kinsman Richard Goldring son of my brother Richard, deceased a bed, a bolster, a coverlet and a pair of sheets;

to William Goldring brother of said Richard the son a coverlet and a pair of sheets;

to my kinswoman Mary Goldring daughter of my brother Richard a great kettle and a pair of sheets;

to my kinswoman Elizabeth Strudwick wife of Henry Strudwick of Rogate my best new coverlet, my best hat, a tablecloth, £1 and a fine napkin;

to my kinsman Richard Goldring kneading trough, spit, toasting iron and double candlestick; to my kinsmen above £1 each;
to Richard son of my brother Richard Goldring of Rogate £2;

to my kinswoman Mary Goldring £1;

to my kinsman Richard son of my brother Richard living with William Goldring all my linen clothes and to said Richard’s daughter a box and two blankets each;

to my brother Richard a pair of gridirons, a pair of tongs and long chest;

to two eldest sons of my kinsman Roger Goldring of Petersfield, Hampshire, waggoner £5 each;

to my kinsman Arthur Goldring of Petersfield £2;

to John Billinghurst, sawyer £1;

to my son in law Francis Jackman’s four children 10s each and to his son Francis a stall of bees; to my godchildren (widow) Bridger of Pitfold, Margaret Billinghurst daughter of Robert Billinghurst, deceased, Grace Woods daughter of Robert Woods, Elizabeth Habence daughter of John Habence, mason and Hannah Loze 1s each;

10s on my funeral sermon;

to John Upton son of William Upton, felmonger my house and land in Weydown Common, Thursley;

to my brother Richard’s son John Goldring and daughter Mary my two biggest pieces of pewter;

rest of pewter to my kinsman Richard and William both brothers equally and the chest wherein the pewter lies to Richard;
to William son of William Upton, felmonger a stone jug with a pewter cover;

to my brother Richard a brewing tub and kiver;

to my kinsman Richard son of Richard Goldring, deceased a tub and to his brother William a tub with a cover;

to my kinswoman Mary Goldring two bowls and a trug;

to my kinsman Richard Goldring a small chest;

to my kinswoman Elizabeth Strudwick a riding cloak;

to the brothers Richard and William all my other clothes and an old chest in the garret and its contents;

to my kinsman Richard Goldring a small form and table; residue to my son in law Francis Jackman, exec.

Witnesses: Roger Jackson (X); Nicholas Tamplyn

Proved: 19 Oct 1682 to exec. [DW_PC_7_1 Q.41; DW_PC_5_1682_29] (£67 5s 6d)

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