William ALLINSON of Dallowgill, 1742, Admin Bond Act and Inventory

William Allinson of Dallowgill 1742
Transcribed by Sheila K Douglas

William Allinson late of Dallowgill. Bond for Administration and Inventory.
1st Dec, 1742.
A true and perfect Inventory of all the Goods and Chatles of Wm Allinson
of Dallowgill Inn’r Deceased and Appriased by us whose names are hereunto
Subscribed this 8th day of September 1742.

Impr’s His purse and Apparrell £1 2s 6d
one little Cow £2 5s 0d
one Other Cow £2 12s 6d
one Other Cow £3 0s 0d
one Old Cow £2 0s 0d
one other Cow £2 15s 0d
four calves £2 10s 0d
one deceased Stirk £0 10s 0d
two Small Twinters £2 5s 0d
two little Stears £5 5s 0d
one little Heifer £1 18s 0d
one old Heifer £2 2s 0d
one other Heifer £2 7s 6d
one Little Haystack £1 5s 0d
one other little Stack £1 11s 6d
one Mow of Hay £1 2s 6d
one Other Mow of Hay £1 10s 0d
a piece of hay on a pare Balks £0 5s 0d
Some Oates on the Ground in Sheaf £2 2s 0d
Some Barley £0 15s 0d
Some potatoes in the Ground £1 7s 6d
26 lambs £2 11s 0d
41 Old? Sheep £7 3s 6d
One Cart & wheels £0 10s 0d
One Sledge a Shovel a pare Traces some odd things 1s 8d
one plow w’th Irons & Harrow £0 7s 6d
Its in the House Stead
One Old Clock £0 17s 6d
One Iron Kitle a little square table tongs & Reckon 4s 8d
A Little Round Table, 2 Chairs & some other Huslem’ts 2s 6d
A Little Dresser w’th two pewter Dishes Half a
Doz plaites w’th Some few odd Things £0 4s 6d
Its In the Kitching
two little pails & some odd huslements £0 2s 6d
One Chirne £0 1s 6d
Its In the Parlour
a Chest two Chairs, a voider? a looking Glass w’th a Cosser
and some oddments £0 6s 8d
Its In the Milk House
A Cream Pot, Some Bowls w’th some Small Huslem’ts 2s 6d
Its In the Chamber
one Bed & Bedstead a meatle Sieve w’th Some
Small things £0 15s 0d
Total £55 2s 0d

Indebted to Mr James Cookson of Downholme £24 0s 0d
George Umpleby £5 0s 0d
Wm Brogden £5 0s 0d
Rob’t Frier £5 0s 0d
Burial Fee £4 10s 0d
Total £43 10s 0d

Thomas Ingleby
Robert Freare
John Bearper
John Pickersgill

Know all Men by these Presents, That we Mary Allinson of Dallowgill
in the County of Yorke Widow, John Pickersgill of Dallowgill afs’d
Yeoman and John Richmond of Carlesmore in the said County Yeoman
are Bound and firmly obliged to the Reverend John Hacket Doctor in Divinity
Commissary or Official of the Peculiar Special Jurisdiction of the Church
late of the Prebend of Masham in the County of Yorke lawfully Authorized
in the Sum of fifty six Pounds of good and lawful Money of Great Britain,
to be paid to him the said John Hacket or his certain Attorney, Executors,
Administrators or Assigns; For the Payment whereof well and truly to be
made, We oblige ourselves, and each of us, by ourselves, for the Whole
and the Full, our Heirs Executors and Administrators, firmly by these
Presents Sealed with our Seals.
Given the 1st Day of the month of December in the Year of our Lord
One Thousand Seven Hundred and forty two.

The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bounden
Mary Allinson widow, relict and Administratrix of all and singular
the Goods, Chattels and Credits of William Allinson late of Dallowgill
afs’d do make, or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all
and singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased
which have or shall come to the Hands, Possession or Knowledge of
her the said Mary Allinson or into the Hands and Possession of
any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do
Exhibit or cause to be Exhibited into the Registry of Comissary
Court in Masham at or before the first Day of March next ensuing.
And the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods,
Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, at the time of his Death,
which at any Time after shall come to the Hands or Possession of
the said Mary Allinson or into the Hands and Possession of any
other Person or Persons for her do well and truly Administer according
to the Law. And further do make, or cause to be made, a true and just
Account of her said Administration at or before the 1st Day of December
next ensuing, and all the rest and residue of the said Goods, Chattels
and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said
Administratrixes Account, the same being first examined and allowed of
by the Judge or Judges, for the time being of the said Court, shall deliver
and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively, as the said Judge or
Judges by his or their Decree or Sentence, pursuant to the true Intent and
Meaning of the Act of Parliament in that behalf made, shall limit and appoint.
And if it shall hereafter appear, that any last Will and Testament, was made
by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do
exhibit into the said Court making request to have it allowed and approved
accordingly, if the said Mary Allinson within bounden being thereunto
required do render and deliver the said Letters of Administration
(approbation of such Testament being first had and made) in the said Court,
then this Obligation, to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full
Force and Vertue

the mark of Mary Allinson

Sealed and Delivered
in the Presence of
John Dale
John Pickersgill
John Richmond

1st Dec 1742 Then personally appeared William & Mary Allinson y’e Adm’rix
& Was, Sworn truly to Administer, before me, John Dale, Surrogate

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