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Lindale, James

October 29, 1652
Plymouth Colony Wills & Inventories: 112
Mayflower Descendant ?
#P054, [fol. 112]


An Inventory of the estate of James Lindale Deceased taken the 29th october 1652 by Mr Collyer Mr John Alden and capt: Standish;

Impri 4 oxen prised att 24 00 00

It one bull at 05 00 00

It 2 steers att 08 00 00

It one steer att 05 00 00

It five cowes att 25 00 00

It 2 steers att 05 10 00

It 2 heifers att 05 10 00

It one young bull att 02 00 00

It 2 calves att 02 15 00

It one sow att 01 10 00

It one hogg 02 00 00

It 12 poultrey 00 06 00

The goods in the fier Rome

Impri 3 pots and an old Iron kettle 00 16 00

It 2 smale kettles 00 05 00

It one warming pan 00 06 00

It 3 porrengers and 3 pewter Dishes 00 06 00

It 6 spoones 00 01 06

It one pewter cupp 00 02 06

It 2 saucers and some other smale peeces 00 01 06

It one letten pan and an earthen Dish 00 01 04

It one paire of pothangers tonges fier fork and hookes 00 04 00

It one frying pan an andiron and a spitt 00 04 00

It a fowling peece 01 05 00

It one musket sword and Rest 01 05 00

It one sword and Dager 00 05 00

It one jack 00 15 00

It 2 chissels one wrybitt and an auger 00 02 06

It one cleaver 5 sithes one saw 00 04 00

It one hammer 2 paier of pincers & other smale thinges 03 00

It som Iron lumber with 2 axes and an hatchet 00 05 00

It 4 mowes 04 00

It a smoothing Iron and Candlestick 00 02 00

It one bible one cementary and som other old books 08 00

It 2 tubbs one cherne 2 Rundlets 2 pailes one straining dish 18 00

It 4 trayes one kimmell one bowle 00 07 00

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93 16 10

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It 3 wheeles 00 09 00

It one Table 00 01 00

It one salt box 00 00 06

It 3 chaires 00 02 00

It trenchers wooden Dishes &c 00 01 00

It a Tobacco box 00 00 02

It 2 butter firkins 00 03 00

It 3 psers one pressing Iron & yard 00 05 00

It 3 powder hornes shott and powder 00 04 00

goods in the chamber

It one feather bed and 2 flock beds 03 00 00

It one coverlid one Rugg one coverlid 02 00 00

It 2 steele trusses 00 05 00

It one Table one carpett 2 cushens one forme 01 05 00

It 2 chests 2 trunkes 00 18 00

It Indian corn 4 bushells by estimacon 00 12 00

It Rye by estimacon 00 10 00

It one coverlid 00 16 00

It 3 paire of sheets 03 00 00

It 3 shirts 00 18 00

It 3 capps 00 01 00

It new lockeram 3 yards 00 04 00

It 6 bands 00 03 00

It 3 paire of shooes 00 07 00

It 2 paire of stockens 00 04 00

It 2 Dublets and a trusse 00 12 00

It one suit of carsy one suite of linsewoolsy 1 15 00

It one paire of breeches 00 15 00

It one Dublet 00 05 00

It one wastcoate and paire of Drawers 00 06 00

It one stuffe cloake 00 10 00

It one coat 00 16 00

It one Dyall 00 02 00

It a paire of gloves 2 hatts on capp & silver lase 10 00

It Debts oweing to goodman Lindals estate 4 16 00

It one Trundle bed 00 02 06

It woole 00 14 00

It 2 seives and one seifting trough 00 03 06

It 33 lb of whalebone 00 16 00

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Taken this 29th October 1652 34 05 08

by Myles Standish ------------

John Alden

William Collyare

[In margin]

It in money which was Changed att Boston from bad

to better with great losse 1 6 9

It in Plough Irons from Arther harris judged of men 01 10 00 00

It more of Arthur harris for Debt 04 01 06 02

James Lindale 2 of 2

[This will is not complete; the document should also be checked for errors.]

It I give & bequeath unto my sonne Timothy one yeare and vantage

heifer

It I give & bequeath unto the church of Duxburrow one cow calfe

It I give and bequeath unto my wife Mary ten pounds in cattle over and above her thirds; and to take her choise what cattle shoe will

further I Doe by this my last will and Testament make constitute and appoint my Dear and loveing wife Mary Lindale to bee sole executrix of this my last will and Testament; I alsoe Doe earnestly Desire and Request my trusty and welbeloved frind and naighbour Constant Southworth to bee superviser of this my last will and Testament Desiring that my said supervizor wilbee pleassed to bee healpfull to my wife heerin; and to see this my last will accomplished;

and I give unto my said Supervizer as a token of thankfulnes for his great paines 1L 10s In Witnesse that this is my last will I have sett to my hand and seale This tenth Day of August 1652

In the prsence of

Miles Standish senior

by his seal;

The mark of James Lindale;

John Alden;