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William Hedges/Hodges/Hedgis



April 2, 1654

Plymouth Colony Wills 2(1):4

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An Inventory of the goods and Chattles of William Hedgis late of Taunton Deceased Aprill the 2cond Ann 1654 taken and Aprised by James Wyate Oliver Purchis And Willam Parker May 15th of the same yeare as followeth

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Imprismis his wearing apparrell 08 05 00

It woolen Cloth 02 13 00

It Money and Peage 03 00 00

It 2 thrum Cushens and a carpett 01 07 00

It in the chamber below 1 bedsted 2 Chists one box 02 00 00

It one feather bedd 1 feather bolster 4 feather

pillowes one bolster teeke 1 pillow teeke 07 07 00

It all of the Linnin 06 10 00

It 3 paire of blanketts 03 01 00

It his bookes 01 10 00

It in the upper chamber 1 bedsted 1 yallow Rugg

one blew Couering 03 14 00

It one Canvas teeke for a bedd 01 00 00

It Indian and English corn and mault 04 00 00

It his Armes 1 sword & belt one paire of bandeleers 01 02 00

It fiue sackes 01 00 00

It coards and lines 00 04 00

It In the hall a Table board one forme and Dresser

2 Chaires 1 stoole one Cradle 01 02 00

one Chaire 1 Indian Trading coate 2 Iron potts 01 18 00

It one brasse pott 1 brasse posnett

3 brasse skilletts 2 brasse kittles 03 06 00

It one warming pan one brasse Chaffing Dish one

brasse skimer and brasse laddle 00 15 00

It in pewter 02 15 00

It plate 03 07 00

It a couslett 01 00 00

It an houre glasse 2 latten vessels & Iron furniture 03 06 06

It 2 musketts 1 pistoll 02 10 00

It in the Celler 2 brasse panes 01 06 00

It Treen warre 01 10 00

It 4 Cowes 20 00 00

It 2 steers 12 00 00

It 1 heifer and a steer 07 00 00

It 1 two yeer[blotted] heifers 1 yearling

1 Calfe 05 00 00

It swine 04 00 00

It in Debts upon booke 15 09 00

It his pte in the Iron worke 20 00 00

James Wyate _________

Willam Barker 157 09 00

Oliver Purchis

This Inventory was Testified upon oath to bee a true Inventory of all the goods and Chattles of the Deceased Willam Hedgis; [by] Mary the wife of the Deceased before mee John Browne the 15th of March 1654.