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Will of 1865 - John BENNETT of Horwich End, Fernilee, Hope p., innkeeper mentions:

James BENNETT of Lane Head

William BRADLEY of Horwich End

Housekeeper Mary BRADSHAW

William BRADSHAW

Hannah now wife of William BRADLEY

Martha now wife of William MORTEN

Mary Ann now wife of James HILL

Witnesses: Benjamin SCHOLES; Robert BENNETT 

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Will of 1708 - William BROCK of Shallcross

I Wm BROCK of Shallcross in the County of Derby Yeoman, do make this my last Will and Testamt this 10th day of Novbr A. D. 17..(ripped parchment)

Whereas I am indebted to Jno SHALLCROSS of Shallcross aforesaid Esq., &ldots;.

severall large Sums of Money as by my Accounts will appeare &ldots;. 

Now I therefore do give bequeath & devise to the said John SHALLCROSS His Heirs Executors and Administrators all my Estate as well Copy &ldots;.

as Freehold wheresoever the same does lye, & also my personall & other Estate of Leases, Goods, Chattles, & all other things whatsoever, to the Uses hereafter mentioned, viz. Towards a true payment of all my Just & honest Debts, & whatsoever shall remaine over & above the same I give it to be divided betwixt my wife & my son Edward BROCK, And I do make & Appoint the sd Jno SHALLCROSS my sole Executor And I will my Body be buried in such decent manner as shall seem good to my Executor & my surviveing Friends.  In Wittness whereof I have hereunto put my hand & Seale the Day & Yeare abovesaid

(Signed) Wm BROCK plus seal

Sealed Signed & Published by the Testator Wm BROCK And attested by us in the sight & presence of the Testator as Witness our Hands

Richard CLOUGH

Alexandr CLOUGH 

Jno MOTTRAM: Junr

Facta collatione concordate cum Originali ita Testamur

Nath: HINCKES Junr N.P.

And: (?) BUXTON 

 29th Decber 1707

A true & perfect Inventory of all the Goods Cattle Chattels of William BROCK late of Shallcross in the county of Derby deceased - Vallued and appraised by Robert MIDLETON Thomas MELLOR and John MOTTRAM

Imprimis 

£    s    d

His Purse and apparrell 

05  00  00

1 pr of Bed stocks, feather bed, flock bolsters. blanketts

01  10  00

1 Yellow bed hilling; 1 chaffe bolster; 1 coarse pr of sheets; 1 chaff bed; 3  blanketts; 2  bed hillings; 1  pr coarse sheets; 1 chaff bolster; bed hangings

01  00  00

2 sett cushions

00  03  00

1 chair coffer

00  02  06

Cellar chamber

1 pr of Bed Stocks;  1 flock bed; 1 flock bolster; 3 blanketts; 1 pr of coarse sheets

01  00  00

1 old bed hilling 1 old box

00  00  06

 Parlour Chamber

1 chaff bed; 1 feather bed; 1chaff bolster; 3 blanketts; 1pr of sheets

01  00  00

2 old feather beds; 2 blanketts; 1 pair of sheets; 1 yellow bed hilling; 1 Green Rugg; 2 Coffers; 2 voyder

01  15  08

... ...... Chamber

1 New Feather bed; 3 fresh bolsters; 1flock bolster

02  10  00

6 old feather bolsters; 3 pillows

01  13  00

3 blanketts

00  06  00

1 blew Kiddrminstr Carpett

00  01  00

1 pr Red hangings

00  02  00

1 pair Green ones & Vall

00  04  00

 1 Scarlett Vallanse

00  02  06

1 pr of Sad coloured hangings

00  10  00

1 Yellow bed hilling

00  10  00

1 Scarlet one

00  10  00

1 Red Do/  1 Litle one

00  10  00

7? set of cushions

00  07  00

1 chair

00  01  06

Dineing Room

2 old feather beds; 3 blanketts; 1 Green Rugg; 1 feather bolster; 1pillow

02  05  00

2 chamber potts; 2 Basons; 2 Pottengrs; all white & me...

 00  02  06

Horbunes? Chamber

2 old feather beds; 2 blanketts; 1 Red Rugg; 1 feather bolster; 2 pillows

 02  00  00

Dairy Chamber

1 Coffer

00  03  04

2d Chamber

1 Coffer

00  04  00

3d Chamber

Woole

20  00  00

Hall Parlour Chamber

1 old feather bed

00  05  08

1 back broad

00  01  00

Meale & Ark

03  10  00

Hall Parlour

1 Maiden; 1 Napkin Press

0  03  04

Cock Parlour

4 Churns; 2 old Kimnells

0  15  00

3 Tubbs 1 provender Tubb

00  09  00

Brewhouse

1 Fire Iron

00  10  00

Behind the Brewhouse

15 Cheese fatts

00  07  06

12 Milk Kimnells 

00  06  00

1 Trundle 2 Gallon Piggins 

00  04  04

10 Meat Piggins

00  00  08

1 Litle Kimnell

00  02  00

1 Great one

00  02  06

3 Stoonds? & 2 barrells

00  10  00

1 Bason 1s 6d  1 Dashin 2s. 6d

00  04  00

1 Kneading Iron

00  01  00

1 back broad

00  00  06

Dairy

Butter 48 po: at 3d (a pound)

00  12  00

Kitchen

16 plates

00  08  00

15 dishes

02  00  00

2 brass potts

00  15  00

1 Marslands Ketle

00  01  06

1 Litle Iron Pott

00  03  04

1 Iron Ketle

00  03  04

1 Litle brass pan

00  05  00

3 flatt brass candlesticks 1 standing one

00  02  00

3 Skelletts

00  06  00

1 Ladle

00  00  08

1 brass Skimmer

00  01  00

 Large brass pans

02  00  00

2 Large brass potts

01  00  00

1 Litle one

00  01  00

1 Iron dripping pan

00  05  00

1 Chopping knife & other odd Iron things

00  01  06

6 Spitts

00  03  00

1 great Pewter Flagon 2 Tankards

00  03  00

2 Possett Potts

00  02  00

1 Chamber Pott

00  01  00

3 Pottengers

00  01  06

2 Mustard boxes

00  00  10

2 Salts

00  00  08

2 brass Ketles

00  14  00

1 Coach Chair

00  05  00

1 plate Iron

00  01  00

Scullery Chamber

33 Cheese supposeds 3 kind at 13s 4d

02  00  00

Linnen

8 pair of fine sheets

01  18  00

3 course sheets

00  05  00

2 Diapr Cloaths

00  05  00

2 Diapr Napkins

00  02  00

26 Huggaback Do

00  08  00

4 Table cloaths

00  08  00

2 bolster cases

00  04  00

5 Pillow Drawers

00  01  08

1 Laced Holland Do

00  01  00

Corn Chamber

19 Cheeses

00  19  00

1 Swine Tumells?; old Do

0  10  00

4 Pales

00  03  00

15 Dos: & 8 candles at 3s a dos.

02  07  00

1 Litle round Table

00  03  04

Long Entry

1 Coale pitts rod 41lb

00  04  00

1 pair of Golbutts 26lb

00  02  02

44lb more odd Iron all 1d each

02  05  04

Lead pipes 173lb at 1d each

00  14  05

Lead weights 155lb 

00  12  11

1 flitch of bacon 60 po: at 2 1/2 d each

 00  12  06

4 silver spoons

01  12  00

A clock

02  00 00

1 Ark more

00  10  00

A Hall Table

00  01  00

New Chamber

1 Ark

00  10  00

Meale 60 pecks

01  10  00

Live Goods

Sheep 237

18  00  00

1 Swine 

02  00  00

1 Pigg

00  12  00

8 Cows 1 Calf

20  00  00

1 bay gelding low back

05  00  00

1 Do

06  00  00

1 bay Colt 2 years old

05  00  00

1 black bay filly 9 years

04  10  00

1 bay do

04  00  00

1 black mare

06  00  00

1 blind mare 

00  10  00

1 old breeding mare

02  00  00

1 bay mare & foale

02  00  00

1 black 3 years old filly

03  05  00

1 bay Do

04  00  00

1 black bay horse white faced 

02  00  00

2 red bullocks 

07  00  00

2 Do 1 black 1 brended?

07  00  00

Saltersford Close

2 Saggs

05  10  00

2 Oxen

06  00  00

2 Lesser Do

05  00  00

2. 3. year old Bullocks 

04  15  00

4 Twinters

05  00  00

50 & odd sheep

08  10  00

Corn supposed 10 sacks

04  00  00

Hay 

03  10  00

3 Yolks

00  03  00

4 Chains

00  04  00

2 pr bridle withs? 

00  02  00

2 Ridles 8d. 2 pikells 

800  01  04

1 hay sledge

00  01  06

Worth

Hoggs 50 odd

05  00  00

Blakeloe

Hoggs 70 odd

05  00  00

Kissfield

Hay & 20 sheaves of Straw

04  00  00

Burbage

Hay

01  15  00

Shallcross

Hay over the Brewhouse

02  00  00

Do att Lee barn

05 00 00

Do 2 bay on Stable balks?

05  00  00

Do 2 Stacks in Kirkbank Meadow

02  00  00

Do 2 bays on Cowhouse balks

03  00  00

Do great Barn bay; Do hay & straw

06  00  00

1 Mow of old Corn supposed 100 sheave

05  00  00

Do New Corn 400 shvs

25  00  00

Oats 3 Sacks

01  00  00

Milne

In the selling Ark 160 pecks at 6d each

 04  00  00

9 pecks Servin Do

00  04  06

8 pecks Red wheat

00  06  00

1 1/2 peck white wheat

00  01  04

Malt 2 Loads

02  06  00

Moulter Malt 6 pecks

00  08  00

Moulter Oats 9 pecks

00  04  06

Barley 36 pecks at 6d each

00  18  00

In great Ark Meale 360 pecks

09  00  00

Shallcross

more 2 pr halmes 

00  00  06

2 Collars

00  01  06

2 pr of horse Geers  

00  04  06

2 pack sadles Orly? & Weatool ? 

00  03  06

2 Coale sacks

00  02  00

1 plow

00  01  06

1 pr of plough Irons

00  06  00

3 harrows 

00  07  06

1 Ragg wheele

00  01  00

2 Puarpop? wier? of Ollar?

00  03  00

1 Ragg Wheele & Cogg wheele 

00  03  00

2 pr Cart leggs 

00  02  06

3 Tumbrells 

00  07  06

1 Wain & wheels

01  00  00 

1 Saw 1 Axe & 2 Nogers

00  02  06

2 Muck Sledges

00  03  00

4 Yolks

00  04  00

3 pr Irons & Yolks

00  01  06

1 Cart & wheeles

00  15  00

1 Sledge & Copp

00  01  00

5 Chains 

00  05  00

1 bridle Nith?

00  01  00

1 Sledge rope 

00  01  00

7 Pikells 

00  02  06

3 pr of Chains 

00  02  00

3 ridles 

00  01  00

1 Cogg wheele

00  02  00

1 water wheele 

00  10  00

2 old Mike? Shafts

01  00  00

Cowperware

00  05  00

5 Coale waggons

00  07  06

2 Tugg wills

00  01  00

8 Corn sacks

00  12  00

6 Malt Sacks

00  06 00

Huslement

00  05  00

Start

Meale 76 pecks at 6d

01  18  00

1 brass pott

00  12  00

Stockport

2 Feather beds

01  10  00

4 Blanketts

00  08  00

3 pillows 

00  04  06

1 white Rugg 1 brown bed hilling 1 yellow old one 1 packcloath

0  15  00

6 Stained Napkins; 6  pillow cases; 1 pair sheets

00  08  06

Monyash

60 odd sheep & 26 hoggs

14  00  00

5 Sterks

08  10  00

6 Calves 

04  10  00

2 foals 

03  10  00

1 hay stack all hogg yard

04  00  00

1 Do & ap...... the Mid 1/2 A....

05  10  00

Do in Inglesant & Barns

03  00  00

Tyth Corn 30 sheave 

01  15  00

1 hay stack in Gells Close 

05  00  00

2 Do in Whittorbutts

07  10  00

12 Loads Do in Barn at Flagg

04  00  00

Goods in Jno RADCLIFFES house

14 Oak chairs 3 Ash Do

01  08  00

1 Table

00  15  00

1 Swine Kimnell

00  07  00

1 Land Iron and dripping pan

00  08  00

1 Stand Barrell; 2 Looms; 1plank; 1 form

00  15  00

1 Chest draws

01  00  00

1 Do

00  10  00

8 Ceiled Chairs

00  16  00

6 Leather Do

00  12  00

Coale pitts

-

Burned Edge

Coe Slate & Timber

01  10  00

1 Turntrees 3 Shovells a rope 2 hooks & gears about the pitt

00  10  00

1 pr of Clatch Irons

00  01  00

6 old Tubb

00  06  00

1 hooke hammer & pinchers

00  00  08

Topp of Moor

2 Turntrees & Stowe

00  06  08

Torr Topps Mine

57 yards of Chain (viz 40 at 10d yard & 17 at 6d yd) 

2  01  10

old rope 24 yds

00  02  00

2 pr Clatch Irons

00  02  00

Iron about the Turntree

00  05  00

barrell & Stowes

00  02  06

Timber & Coe 

00  07  00

3 Shovels

00  03  00

2 drawing hooks 

00  00  10

2 New Tubbs

00  10  00

3 old Do

00  02  00

Bennets pitts

52 yds of Chain at 12d yd 

02  12  00

52 yds Do at 6d yd 

01  06 00

Iron about the Turntree

00  05  00

2 Drawing hooks

00  00  10

A Mall

00  00  04

2 New Tubbs

00  10  00

8 old ones

00  10  00

Hammer & pincers

00  00  07

2 pr of Clatch Irons

00  01  10

barrels & Stowes

00  04  00

6 Shovels

00  06  00

Shallcross Wood

Coal Pitts

Iron of one Turntree

00  01  06

14 yds of Rope 

00  03  00

2 Iron Crows 

00  03  06

A Rowler 

00  03  00

a hammer & 2 pr of pincers

00  01  00

Iron upon a Turntree 

00  03  00

barrell & Stowes

00  04  00

1 old Chain 25 1/2 yds

00  12  09

2 hoops & 1 Cheek

00  02  00

1 old Stroke

00  00  06

2 Nogers

00  00  06

1 old frying pan

00  00  05

1 pr of Tongs

00  00  02

Iron upon a Turntree

00  03  00

barrell & stowes

00  02  06

Timber & Coe

00  06  00

27 yds of Rope

00  04  00

25 yds Do 

00  05  00

1 Axe & hammer

00  01  00

1 New Tubb unbound

00  02  06

2 picks 

00  01  04

4 drawing hooks

00  01  04

A Mall 

00  01  03

3 Shovells

00  05  00

3 old Do

00  03  00

7 Tubbs

01  00  00

2 large picks

00  03 00

3 less Do

00  03  00

A great Mall 

00  03  00

A Great Gudgeon 

00  00  06

2 hoops 4d

00  00  04

A Small Gudgeon

00  00  06

30 yds old rope 

00  04  00

3 pr of Clatch Irons

00  02  06

Chatle leases worth about £200

200 00 00

Debts by bills & bonds good & bad about

120 00 00

  The whole of this Inventory amounts to the sum of seaven hundred & twenty eight & on shilling and six pence £728:10s:06d.

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Will of 1858 - Joseph COCKER of Nether End, Fernilee p Hope shoemaker mentions:

wishes to be buried at Stoney Middleton

Wife Hannah

Sisters: Alice HANDFORD widow; Hannah wife of William PLATTS of Brosterfield Foolow

 Nephew Henry Vickers BOWDEN

Witnesses: Edward MYCOCK of Fairfield; James KIRKALLIN of Macclesfield; John VICKERS of Nether End  

made 1850

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(Harold Ollerenshaw HORROBIN farmer  of Pukehuia, New Zealand will probated 30 Jul 1962 Whangarei number BBNY 10440 175/62)

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(Thomas HORROBIN farmer of Ohau filed 21 Dec 1917 probate number 22265 through Wellington court held Archives NZ, Wellington.)

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Joseph OLLERENSHAW: 27 Mar 1858

In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ Amen the seventeenth day of Janyary one thousand  eight hundred and forty three I Joseph OLLERENSHAW of Combs edge in the parish of Chapel en le frith in the county of Derby Farmer being sick and weak of Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God therefore calling into mind the mortality of the body knowing that it is apointed unto all men once to die do make and ordain this my last Will and testiment that is to say principally and first of all I give and recomend my soul into the hands of almighty God that gave it and my body I recomend unto the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the almighty power of God and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give and demise dispose of the same in the following manner and form First I give and bequeath to Hannah my dearly beloved  wife all the arising benefits of my personal and real estate wen all my just debts and feunerall expenses be first paid and discharged and at her death her feuneral expenses and Just debts to be discharged and I order and direct that at her death if it be last or my Death or booth of them be closed and settled I give and bequeath to Ellen and Alice my two daughters all my personal estate and real estate also to be divided betwixt them share and share alike and I order and direct that at the close of our two deaths that all my real estates be sould either publick or private at the direction of my Executors and the house hould furniture allso except other ways disposed of in my lifetime and I order and direct that if either of them be dead at this time and leaving husband and child or children the husband to have the arising benifit dewring his life and at his death it to be devided amongst her children if more than one share and share alike if the have ataind the age of twenty one years and if not them to have the benifit of the same until the come to the age of twenty one years each of them if more than one and if either of my Daughters be dead at theis time and leaving nether husband nor child or children her share to go to the other in the before mentioned form and manner but if both my Daughters and there husbands be liveing at the cloase of our two deaths them to receive there equal shares as soon as possible it can be settled and the Will to be closed and if any of them be dead it to be disposed of in the before named manner and I likewise constitute make and ordain Philip HORROBIN Thomas  WILLCOCKSON my two son in laws as executors of this my last will and testiment and them to be paid all reasonable expenses in executing this my last Will and I hereby interly disalow revoke and disanull all and every other former testiment will legacys bequest and executors by me in any way before named willed and bequeathed satisfying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testiment In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written

Joseph OLLERENSHAW

Signed sealed published and pronounced  and declared by the said Joseph OLLERENSHAW his last Will and Testiment in the presence of us the subscribers as witnesses

Philip HORROBIN

Thomas WILCOCKSON

In her Majesty`s Court of Probate   The District Registry of Derby  In goods Joseph OLLERENSHAW, deceased  I Philip HORROBIN of Lee Head in the township of Fernilee in the Parish of Hope in the county of Derby Farmer make oath that I am one of the subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of the said Joseph OLLERENSHAW late of Coumbs Edge in the Parish of Chapel en le Frith in the county of Derby deceased the said will being now hereunto annexed bearing date the seventeenth  day of January one thousand eight hundred and forty three and that the said Testator executed the said will on the day of the date thereof by signing his name at the foot or end thereof as the same now appears thereon in the presence of me and Thomas WILCOCKSONS the other subscribing witness thereto both of us both of us (sic) being present at the same time and we thereupon attested and subscribed the said will in the presence of the said Testator

Philip HORROBIN

Sworn at Chapel en le Frith in the county of Derby on the eighteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight before me George HALL a surrogate authorised to administer oaths in the court of Probate.

On attached sheet: 

Be it known that on the twenty seventh day of March 1858 the last Will and Testament, hereunto annexed, of Joseph OLLERENSHAW late of Combs Edge in the parish of Chapel en le Frith in the county of Derby, Farmer deceased who died on or about the 12th day of January 1858, at Combs Edge, aforesaid and who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode at Combs Edge etc. ............was granted by the aforesaid court to Philip HORROBIN of Lee Head in the township of Fernilee in the parish of Hope in the said county, Farmer son in law of the said deceased, the surviving Executor etc ................

Sworn under £20.   

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An Inventory taken by Philip HORROBIN of the furniture of the late Mr Joseph OLLERENSHAW 

January 18 1858

£.  s.  d.

One clock 24 hours

01.10.00

Corner cubard

01.02.06

Round Deal table

00.02.00

Round small stand

00.00.06

One Tray

00.01.06

Coffee Mill

00.01.06

Bras morter and pestil

00.06.06

Nife Box

00.01.06

Toasting stand

00.03.00

Three candlesticks

00.01.00

Italian ovin? and heters

00.00.09

Small tundish

00.00.04

Shoe hiron bras

00.00.06

Two solid Irons

00.01.06

7 Silver spoons & tongs

00.18.00

Blow Bellis

00.01.00

Three small glases

00.01.00

Two tumblers

00.00.08

Six cups six saucers jug and tea pot china

00.01.06

Six cups and five saucers and one basin china

00.01.00

Two glas saults

00.00.06

Cup and saucers and tea pot 11 common

00.00.09

5 comon teaspoons

00.00.10

4 tin canisters

00.00.04

Tongs proker and c.. bak and fire shovel

00.01.00

Kitchen fender

00.01.06

3 chinah plates

00.00.09

whire toasting fork

00.00.03

herbald Book

00.00.06

Beaucan ? Book

00.01.00

Family Bible

00.05.00

Prair Book and him Book

00.04.00

Sacred Biagraphy

00.02.06

11 sundry Books

00.03.06

Do mazines

00.01.00

Small scales and weights

00.02.00

10 comon chairs

00.10.00

One arm chair

00.02.06

Parlour

One Bed four post with hangins

00.10.00

One deal table with leaf

00.04.00

Looking glas

00.01.06

Two small trays 

00.00.03

One large one

00.00.06

5 small Baskets

00.02.06

Parlour Chamber

Flour tub

00.00.06

Oak chest

00.04.00

House chamber

Four post bed with hangins

00.05.06

Three stool

00.00.09

One cloas Box

00.03.06

One cloas Box

00.00.03

One fether bed 45lb

02.00.00

3 fether Boulsters 17lb

00.14.00

One fether pillow 3lb

00.02.00

5 Blankets

00.10.00

9 sheets

00.12.06

2 cover lids

00.02.06

3 table cloths

00.00.06

4 pillow slips

00.01.06

2 chaf beds & pillows

00.02.00

4 Bolster cases

00.02.06 

Kitchen

Pig form

00.01.00

Pot shelf

00.00.06

3 small pans

00.03.06

2 iron pots

00.04.00

2 whater cans

00.01.00

2 small cans

00.00.09

Pegy and Tub

00.01.06

2 Brew Tubs

00.02.06

2 wash up tubs

00.01.00

2 Black Lead Brushes

00.01.00

2 hand Brushes

00.01.06

2 long Brushes

00.01.06

3 small Brushes

00.01.00

Coper Tea Kettle

00.01.06

3 Basins

00.00.03

Wash Mug

00.00.06

Water stean

00.00.06

6 nive and forks

00.02.06

4 table spoons

00.00.06

Frying pan

00.00.09

One galon Barel

00.03.00

7 preserve Jars

00.00.07

3 stew mugs

00.00.09

3 pan mugs

00.00.06

Buttar Bowl

00.00.09

Mustard Ball

00.01.00

6 Brown Dishes

00.00.04

Wood Ladle

00.00.04

Cloas line pegs and Bas

00.00.06

6 small Dishes

00.00.02

3 meat Dishes

00.01.00

19 plaits common

00.01.06

One puding Dish

00.00.02

10 Stone Botles

00.00.09

15 glas Botles

00.01.03

Tin Botle

00.00.02

12 smal glas botles

00.00.02

Hop? side Botles

00.00.09

White Dish

00.00.03

Driping Pan tin

00.00.03

Bread Basket

00.00.02

Mustard pot and Butar pot

00.00.02

Small culinder

00.00.02

Old metal Box

00.01.00

Saw

00.00.06

Pr Scissiers

00.00.06

Boards, rolling pin etc

00.00.09

Guinea Scales

00.02.00

Whitewash Brushes and Old ....

00.00.09

Mouse Trap

00.00.02

Wheel Barrow

00.05.00

10 stave Cader?

00.02.00

3 spaides 

00.01.00

Axe and Bill

00.01.06

Crow Bar

00.01.00

Picks for stone

00.01.00

Dung fork

00.01.00

One stone ark

00.00.09

How and garden rake

00.00.09

Shipen scraper

00.00.03

One pice

l00.00.04

Hedg sheers

00.01.00

Stone and mettel chisels

00.01.00

Hammer and Nipers

00.00.06

Three trowils

00.00.03

One sack

00.01.00

2 small Bags

00.00.06

Spok shave & gimlet

00.00.06

17.17.04

I Josiah TAYLOR Auctioneer have this day examined the within mentioned Furniture and other Effects, and declare that the sum of Seventeen Pounds, seventeen shillings and four pence is the true value of the same

Josiah TAYLOR

Auctioneer

January 21st 1858

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Philip OLLERENSHAW of Lee Head: 1842

In the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ Amen the seventeenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and forty one I Philip OLLERENSHAW of Lee Head in the Hamlet of Fernilee in the parish of Hope in the county of Derby Farmer being very sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God therefore calling unto mind the mortality of the body knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testiment that is to say principally and first of all I give and recomend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recomend unto the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Almighty Power of God And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bles me in this life I give and demise dispose of the same in the following manner and form First I give and bequeath to Mary my dearly beloved wife all the ariseing benefits of my personal estate when all my just debts and feunerall expenses be first paid and discharged and if that is not sufficient her to have part or all the personal estate at the discretion of my executor and I order and direct that all her just debts and feunerall expenses be paid and discharged and I order and direct that at her deth if anything be left that it be devided share and share alike amongst all my children liveing at this time namely Joseph Benjaman Septhomas Hannah and Ann my daughter Mary being dead and leaving two children namely John ASHMORE and Joseph ASHMORE them to have there Mothers share betwixt them at the age of twenty one years and if one be dead the other to have the whole and if neither of them be liveing at that time there share to be returned to the beforementioned shares and I order and direct that Benjaman hath 20£ and Hannah 20£ and Septhomas 60£ to be stopt from there shares if there shares shall not amount to the sum charged against them the are to be excluded from this Will and should there shares or aney of them amount to more than these sums charged against them the are to have them what is left.  And I likewise constitute make and ordane Joseph OLLERENSHAW my son  and Philip HORROBIN my Granson as executors of this my last will and testiment and them to be paid all reasonable expenses in executing this my will and I hereby interly disalow revoake and disanul all and every other former testiment will legacys bequest and executers by me in any way before named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testiment In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written.

Philip OLLERENSHAW

Signed sealed published and pronounced and declared by the said Philip OLLERENSHAW as his last Will and Testiment in the presance of us the subscribers as witnesses

Witnesses 

Philip HORROBIN  

William OLLERENSHAW 

Probate granted to Joseph OLLERENSHAW and Philip HORROBIN - Estate sworn under 300£

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Thomas OUFFE of Shalcrosse: 6 Sept 1628

In the Name of God Amen the Sixteenth day of May in the yeare of our Lord God 1628 and in the fouerth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord Charles by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith etc.

I Thomas OUFFE of Shalcrosse in the Pish of [Hope] in the Countie of Derbie Yeoman being sicke in bodie but of good & p`fect meory praysed be god nevertheless dreading the uncertaine tyme of Death Naturall Do make & Declare this my last Will and Testament in manner & forme following first I comend my soule into the hands of Almightie God my maker hoping assuredly through the onely merits of Jesus Christ my saviour to be made p`taker of life everlasting.  And my bodie to the earth from whence it came to be buried in the pish church yarde of Presbury in the countie of Chester and for and concerning the Disposing of all and singular my Goods Cattles Chattls and Debts my will and intent is as followeth And first my will and mynd is that Anne my wyfe shall have in lieu and full satisfaction of her dower the third pte of all my goods cattells chattells & debts

Item I give and bequeath unto Thomas LEIGHE of Adlington Esqr all the money hee oweth mee exept one obligacon of Fiftie pound.  Item my Will further is that if John SHAWCROSSE of Shawcrosse Esqr Do not at any time after my decease molest hinder or interupt my wyfe or my Executors hereafter named of for or concerning the Execution of this my last Will and Testament or any matter or thinge hearein contained contrary to the true intent & meaning heareof Then I give unto the said John SALCROSSE (sic) Esqr one bond or obligation of One hundred pounds wch hee oweth me And also another bond or obligacon of fortie pounds wch is owing unto me by Nicholas BROWNE Esqr Item I give unto Elizabeth wife of the said John SHALCROSSE twentie pounds and to their two Daughters either five pounds Item I give unto Francis LEIGHE, Thomas LEIGHE and Peter LEIGHE of Lyme Gent. each of them Twentie pounds of the debt wch they owe mee. Itm I give & bequeath unto John LEIGH of Bothams Gent. Tenn pounds being pt of the residue wch the above said Francis LEIGHE, Thomas LEIGHE & Peter LEIGHE & hee himselfe owe unto me.  And also one bond or obligacon of Twentie pounds wch is owing unto mee by Thomas SMITH.  Itm I give & bequeath unto John LEIGHE my Godsonne fyve pounds wch the above said John LEIGHE his Father oweth mee.  Itm I give unto Ed. SHALCROSS brother of the above said John SHALCROSSE one hundreth pounds Itm I give & bequeath unto Edward KINERSLEY of Kerswall tenn pounds Itm I give unto Will: MILLWARD fortie shillings Itm I give unto Thomas LYE fortie shillings Itm I give unto Lewis TAYLOR fortie shillings Itm I give & bequeath unto George WALKER of Weston Gent twentie pounds and to Lewis his sonne three pounds & tenn shillings to be paid with one bond or obligation of twentie three pounds tenn shillings wch Thomas BAGSHAWE of the Ridge Gent oweth me Itm I give unto Dorathie wyfe of the said George one bond or obligacon of Twentie pounds wch Richard THORLEY oweth unto me Itm I give & bequeath unto Ann SHAWCROSSE sister of the said Dorothie tenn pounds to be paid by fortie shillings a yeare for fyve years by my Executors if shee so longe doe live and if shee dye wthin the said fyve years that then so much of the said tenn pounds as is behind at the time of her death shall be equally divided amongst the Daughters of the said George WALKER. Itm I give unto Richard WALKER sonne of the said George three pounds sixe shillings eight pence. Itm I give & bequeath unto Mrs Mary MAINWARING & to her eldest Sonne one bond or obligacon of Tenn pounds due unto mee by Roger REDISH. Itm I give & bequeath unto Isabell JACKSON Widow fortie shillings wch she oweth mee. Itm I give unto Thomas JACKSON and Ann JACKSON her children either fyve pounds Itm I give unto Leonard LITLEWOOD fyve shillings Itm I give unto Richard NICKSON miller & to Richard his sonne either five shillings Itm I give unto Peter POWNALL fyve shillings Itm I give unto Ralph BUXTON six pounds thirteene shillings fower pence Itm I give unto my Servant James ROWE tenn pounds Itm I give unto every one of my Godchildren three shillings fower pence a pice Itm I give unto Edward WRIGHT of Horwich fortie shillings Itm I give & bequeath unto Leonard ROWE and Jane, Ann & Margaret his sisters fortie shillings a peece Itm I give & bequeath unto Robert HEVELEY of Langley twentie pounds Itm I give & bequeath unto Edward JACKSON of Ingersley fortie pounds Itm for and concerning all the rest of my goods Cattells Chattells & Debts whatsoever after my funerall & all other charges and expences conserning this my last will being Discharged I freely And absolutely give & bequeath the same unto Robert HEVELEY of Langley and Edward JACKSON of Ingersley afforesaid in the County of Chester Yeomen to dispose of as they think fitest And I do hereby make constitute & ordaine the said Robt HEVELEY & Edward JACKSON my true & lawefull Executors of this my last Will & Testament to execute the same according to my trust in them reposed Revoking disanulling heareby all former Willes by mee at any time hearetofore made and my humble desyre is that the afforesaid Thomas LEIGHE of Adlington Esqr and Francis LEIGHE of Lyme Gent. would be pleased to be Overseers of this my last Will & Testament to see the same pformed according to the true intent & meaning heareof In wittnesse wheareof I have heareunto put my hands & seale the day & year first above written

Thomas OUFFE his mark

Sealed signed & Delivered in the presence of Humfray DOWNES, Edward WARINGTON, Richard ROYLE.  This may further Testifye that this pr`sent  Testament containeth Fiftie seven lines and seven words wthout rasure or enterlyning except one e in one place and Wills in another place, and in another place except and obligacon of of (sic) fiftie pounds

On the sixth day of September One thousand six hundred and twenty eight the Will of Thomas OUFFE late of Shawcross in the Parish of Hope in the County of Derby Yeoman was proved at Chester in common form of Law by Robert HEVELEY and Edward JACKSON the Executors therein named The right of every person being saved and time allowed to exhibit an Inventory

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