Durham Probate Records: pre-1858 original wills and inventories (1626-1650)
Introduction
Contents
Arrangement
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DPR1/1
Title: Durham Probate Records: pre-1858 original wills and inventories (1626-1650)
Dates of creation: 1626-1650
Extent: 7 metres
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: The Spiritual Chancellors to the bishops of Durham (through their Registrars)
Language: English, with some Latin

Contents

Original wills, inventories, accounts and associated documents, proved by the registrars to the bishops of Durham. See main DPR1 catalogue for further details on these records. As well as wills proved within the registry, this series also includes inventories and some other associated documents for those who died intestate, where administration was granted (although the actual administration bonds are stored within the separate DPR1/3 series).

Accession details

See main DPR1 catalogue.

Conditions of access

Open for consultation.

Copyright and copying

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from the Sub-Librarian, Special Collections (e-mail PG.Library@durham.ac.uk) and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material

Arrangement

The entries within this list are arranged in the same order as the original documents, viz documents for every will proved (or administration granted) within a single year are stored together. Within each year, the documents are in name order. This arrangement is reflected within the reference codes, but note that in a few cases documents were misfiled prior to 2006 and so are lettered or numbered out of sequence.
For pre-1752 wills, note that this is normally an 'old style' year, running from 25th March in the year stated until 24th March of the following year; however, the yearly bundling of wills was not entirely consistent in this respect. Where it can be established with some confidence (for instance, from the date of an accompanying bond or an endorsement relating to the executors' oaths), the precise date of probate or administration is stated within this list. In other cases, however, you may need to check a year each side of the actual year of probate, especially for earlier material (see also under Finding aids below).

Finding aids

This list incorporates all the public information from the North East Inheritance database relating to the original wills and inventories etc, but only includes sparse references to the related records within other series of the Durham Probate Records (chiefly registered copies in DPR1/2 and probate bonds in DPR1/3). The online database at http://familyrecords.dur.ac.uk/nei/data/ will generally be found more helpful for research using the probate records, as it lists together records from multiple series relating to the same deceased person, and can be searched by person, place, occupation and document type as well as dates of probate and of documents. All the data within this catalogue is made available through the online database.
For links to the lists for other parts of the series of original wills (DPRI/1), see the collection level description, or use these links for the previous list and next list.

Bibliography

Several of these wills and inventories have been published, chiefly in volumes of the Surtees Society. Full references, with links to online texts where available, are in the Useful texts section of the North East Inheritance project pages.

Catalogue

Wills etc proved 1626
Reference: DPRI/1/1626
DPRI/1/1626/A1
Henry ANDERSON, esquire, of Haswell in the county of Durham [Haswell, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/A1/1-2   undated
account
account of Sir Henry Anderson knight, son and executor
DPRI/1/1626/A2
Isabell ANDERSON, wife of Henry Anderson of Newcastle, of parish of All Saints in the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/A2/1-2   23 November 1625
nuncupative codicil
exhibited, [?20 Jan 1617]; and witnesses produced to prove the same by Sisson, [proctor], 23 Feb 1627
DPRI/1/1626/A2/3   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Rose Stepheson (Stephenson), former wife of Richard Stepheson to the witnesses on the part of Francis Lambert, relating to a cause to prove the codicil
DPRI/1/1626/B1   28 October 1626
Nicholas BACON, of parish of Trimden (Trimdon) within the countie palatine of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.61: 28 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/B1/1   19 September 1626
indented will
DPRI/1/1626/B1/2   25 September 1626
indented inventory, actual total £115 1s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 18s 1d)
DPRI/1/1626/B2   20 September 1626
Barbary BAKER, daughter of Valentine Baker and Elianor Baker of Newcastle All Saints, of chaplery of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/B2/1   19 September 1626
inventory
endorsed: exhibited, 25 Sep [1626]
DPRI/1/1626/B2/2   19 September 1626
commission
commission to Thomas Jackson D.D., vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, and Edward Wigham MA of clerk of Newcastle, to administer an oath and grant administration to Elianor Baker alias Mallett (Mallet), now wife of William Mallett of Newcastle, mother; commission executed by Jackson and Wiggham, 20 Sep 1626
DPRI/1/1626/B3
George BELL, yeoman, of Stockeley in the parish of Brancpeth and county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]. Died 18 October 1625
DPRI/1/1626/B3/1-2   17 October 1625
nuncupative will
subscribed with memorandum relating to the swearing of two witnesses to prove the will
DPRI/1/1626/B4
Charles BOUTHE, of Silkesworth (Silksworth) [Silksworth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/B4/1   18 August 1626
inventory
DPRI/1/1626/B4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1626/B5
Thomas BOWEBANKE, of Cockerton within the parishe of Darlington [Cockerton, County Durham]; also spelt Bowbanck, Bowbank
DPRI/1/1626/B5/3-4   13 June 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/B5/1-2   13 June 1626
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1626/B5/5-6   3 August 1626
inventory, actual total £92 10s 2d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £28 4s 2d)
DPRI/1/1626/B6
John BRABANT, gentleman, of Pedgbancke (Pedgebanck) within the parish of Branspeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]
Inventory endorsed by probate office, 'Inventory ... with articles between George Brabant and William Baxter, made 11 Sep 1626' (not present)
DPRI/1/1626/B6/1   12 October 1625
inventory
exhibited by Ann Baxter, former relict, now wife of William Baxter gentleman
DPRI/1/1626/B7
Mathew BULMER, yeoman, of now of Sunderland ny (by) the Sea in the countie of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/B7/1-2   3 November 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/B7/3   26 July 1626
indented inventory, actual total £65 3s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 1s)
DPRI/1/1626/B8   27 January 1627
Thomas BURDEN, of Burden (Burdon) [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.73v: 27 Jan 1627
DPRI/1/1626/B8/1-2   1 October 1626
will
proved, 23 and 27 Jan 1627; probate and the tuition of the deceased's children granted to Thomas Burden, son and executor, 27 Jan 1627
DPRI/1/1626/B8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £153 10s
DPRI/1/1626/B9
Thomas BURDON, Houghton within the chaplery of Denton, Water Swellings within the county of Durham [Denton, County Durham]
See DPRI/4/8 f.63. Location of Water Swellings uncertain.
DPRI/1/1626/B9/1-2   6 May 1622
will
endorsed: 1624
DPRI/1/1626/B9/3   14 February 1626
inventory, actual total £21 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 12s 9d)
DPRI/1/1626/B9/4   undated
inventory, actual total £2 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/C1
Robert CHAMBERS, master and mariner, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/C1/1   18 February 1626
will
endorsed: registered
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 193

DPRI/1/1626/C1/2-3   13 March 1626
indented inventory, actual total £20 14s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £6 17s 6d)
DPRI/1/1626/C2
Richard CLIBBORNE, yeoman, the Hye Row in the parrishe of Cockfeilde (Cockfeild), Cowley in the parish of Cockfeilde and countie of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/C2/1   22 February 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/C2/2   29 January 1627
inventory, actual total £42 12s
DPRI/1/1626/C3
Christopher COATES, yeoman, Cowlye in the parishe of Cockfeilde (Cockfeild) and countie palatine of Durham, Woodland [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Coats, Cotes
DPRI/1/1626/C3/1   27 November 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/C3/2   12 January 1626
inventory, actual total £80 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/C4   12 May 1626
Nicholas COLE, yeoman, of Gateside (Gaitesheade, Gateshead) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Coale
see DPRI/4/8 f.42v: 12 May 1626
DPRI/1/1626/C4/1-4   8 February 1621
copy will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 145-147

DPRI/1/1626/C4/5-7   19 June 1626
inventory, actual total £533 6s 9d
exhibited by John Cole, 23 June 1626
DPRI/1/1626/C5   26 January 1627
Christofer CONYERS, gentleman, of Thorpe (Thorp) Thewles [Grindon, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 ff.71, 73v: Jan 1627
DPRI/1/1626/C5/1-2   13 April 1623
will
probate granted (by commission at Darlington) to (Thomas Pudsey, Cuthbert Pudsey and Raphe Withes), executors; and the tuition of three named children granted to Dorothy Conyers, relict; inventory exhibited over £40 and two bonds entered, 26 Jan 1627
DPRI/1/1626/C5/3   25 April 1623
inventory, actual total £489 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/C6   22 September 1626
Robert CONYERS, gentleman, of Hoppine (Hoppin, Heppin, Hoppen) in the countie of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Conyeres, Conyears, Conyars
see DPRI/4/8 f.31v: proved, 22 Sep 1626
DPRI/1/1626/C6/1   8 June 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/C6/2   undated
inventory, actual total £102 6s 8d (and more)
Entries dated 28 Dec at head of dorse and 9 Sep at foot of dorse. Actual total incomplete.
DPRI/1/1626/C6/3-4   undated
fair copy inventory, actual total £90 15s 4d (and more)
Actual total incomplete.
DPRI/1/1626/C7
William CORBET, stationer, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne in the countie of the same towne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Corbett
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle St Nicholas
DPRI/1/1626/C7/1   18 April 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/C7/2-7   15 December 1626
indented inventory, actual total £47 10s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £36)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1626/C8
John COSEN, yeoman, of Ramshaw (Ramshawe) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Cozen. Died 7 May 1626
DPRI/1/1626/C8/1   4 May 1626
will
with nuncupative codicil, 4 May 1626
administration granted to Robert Conyars gentleman, uncle, until the executor should act
DPRI/1/1626/C8/2   9 May 1626
inventory, actual total £34 12s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/C9
William COWPLAND, of Seaham (Sehame, Seham) [Seaham, County Durham]; also spelt Copeland
DPRI/1/1626/C9/1-2   30 November 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/C9/3-4   9 May 1626
inventory, actual total £51 4s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/C10
Ambros CRAFOURTHE [Gainford, County Durham]
No address stated; see DPRI/4/8 f.68v: administration granted to Edward Wade.
DPRI/1/1626/C10/1-2   4 August 1623
inventory
Inventory, with list of debts: missing sections prevent complete calculation of actual total. Legible only under UV light. Item 1626/C10/2 inverted fits to the head of item 1626/C10/1; the right-hand section of item 1626/C10/1 is not present. Formerly used as wrappers.
DPRI/1/1626/C11
Raiph CRAW, yeoman, of Witton Rawe within the county of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Crawe
see DPRI/4/8 f.47v: 1 July 1626
DPRI/1/1626/C11/1   11 May 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/C11/2   17 June 1626
inventory, actual total £23 2s 6d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £7)
DPRI/1/1626/D2
Edward DEARNLEY, yeoman, of Sunderland by (neere) the Sea in the countie of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Darneley, Dearnlye
DPRI/1/1626/D2/1-2   11 September 1623
will
DPRI/1/1626/D2/3   24 January 1625
inventory, actual total £37 6s 10d (with account of debts of £38 9s 8d)
DPRI/1/1626/D3   2 March 1627
John DOWTHWAITE, senior, gentleman, of Westholme within the parishe of Winston in the countie of Durham [Winston, County Durham]; also spelt Dowthwait, Dowthwate. Died February 1627
There is some doubt about the date of death. The Inquisition Post Mortem (B.R.A. 1260, no.8; and TNA DURH 3/189/172, dated 4 Aug 1627) of his son John Dowthwaite junior records Dowthwaite senior died 7 Mar 1627. The note of probate subscribed to item DPRI/1/1626/D3/1 is not found in the Probate Act book (DPRI/4/8). The printed version of Winston parish register records his burial on 8 Feb 1627.
DPRI/1/1626/D3/1   31 July 1624
will
probate granted to John Dowthwate, son and sole executor, 2 Mar 1627
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 175-176

DPRI/1/1626/D3/2-3   21 February 1627
inventory, actual total £2,022 8s 8d
Inventory includes goods etc. at Spenny Hill and Blakelay. Endorsed: 2 Mar 1627, Winston; 'found in Dr Cradock's house after his death' [Durham Chancellor]
DPRI/1/1626/D1
Richard DUNE, of Esington (Easington) within the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Dunn
DPRI/1/1626/D1/1   30 May 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/D1/2-3   4 August 1626
inventory, actual total £118 11s (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £29 15s 10d)
DPRI/1/1626/E1
Christopher EMMERSON, yeoman, of Bryerton in the parish of Stranton [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Emerson
DPRI/1/1626/E1/1   30 March 1626
will
with inventory, 26 April 1626, actual total £252 3s 4d (with account of debts of £17 9s 10d)
DPRI/1/1626/E2   23 June 1626
William EMMERSON, of Gatcastell (Gatecastell, Gatecastle) within the parishe of Stanup (Stanupe, Stanhopp) [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Emerson
see DPRI/4/8 f.47v: administration granted to William Emmerson, son, 23 June 1626; subsequent cause, see ff.131, 134v, 136v.
DPRI/1/1626/E2/1   2 April 1621
will
DPRI/1/1626/E2/2   11 May 1621
inventory, actual total £171 15s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/E2/3-4   undated
account, actual total £171 15s 4d (with discharge of £202 4s)
account of William Emmerson, son
DPRI/1/1626/E2/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories to the witnesses to the will, relating to an unidentified cause to prove the will
DPRI/1/1626/F1   13 October 1626
Lyonell FETHERSTONHALGHE, gentleman, of Branspeth in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Fetherstonhalgh
DPRI/1/1626/F1/1   11 March 1626
will
probate granted to (Lancelot and William Fetherstonhalgh, brothers and) the executors, 13 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/F1/2   4 April 1626
inventory, actual total £265 18s 4d (with account of debts of £52 10s)
DPRI/1/1626/F1/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1626/F2
John FLETCHER, butcher, of Chester in the Streete within the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 ff.53v, 87, 90, 102
DPRI/1/1626/F2/1-2   26 August 1626
will
endorsed with (undated) list of debts owed to (£80 6s 4d) and owed by (£8 5s) the deceased testator; probate granted to William Pearson, the other executor having renounced
DPRI/1/1626/F2/3-7   28 September 1626
indented inventory, actual total £192 12s 10d
with inventory, 18 October 1626, actual total £166 16s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £53 3s 8d)
DPRI/1/1626/F2/8   23 November 1626
additional inventory, actual total £3 11s 6d (with account of debts of 6s 10d)
DPRI/1/1626/F3   24 May 1626
Peter FORSER, recusant, of Kelloe [Kelloe, County Durham]; also spelt Forcer. Died 15 May 1626
Forser is reported to have stated in his nuncupative will that his wife 'and the rest of his neerest kindred' were recusants, and therefore ineligable to act as administrators of his estate in this period. Forser, his father, and also his son, all feature in the Recusant Rolls: see Surtees Society vol. 175, and TNA E 366/44 [York roll].
DPRI/1/1626/F3/1   1626
nuncupative will
Will was made during the sickness of Forser [?in 1626]. Administration granted to Robert Robinson, a creditor, 24 May 1626.
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 195

DPRI/1/1626/G2   21 October 1626
John GREIVESON, of Reshyeforde and Chilton (Reshieford Chilton) within the countye of Durhame [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Greivson
DPRI/1/1626/G2/1   13 September 1626
will
endorsed: proved, 21 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/G2/2   21 September 1626
inventory, actual total £266 10s 5d
DPRI/1/1626/G1
William GRENE, yeoman, of Bishop Aucland (Awkland) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Greene
DPRI/1/1626/G1/1   13 February 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/G3
Robart GRENE, yeoman, of the Northe Shelles (North Sheelds) in the countye of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Greene
DPRI/1/1626/G3/1-2   24 November 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/G3/3   22 January 1627
inventory, actual total £99 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/G4
Robert GRINWELL, bachelor, of Stobeley within the parish of Lanchester and countie of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/G4/1   19 October 1626
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 198

DPRI/1/1626/G4/2   13 November 1626
inventory, actual total £38 11s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/H1
Dorothee HARDINGE, gentlewoman, of Hollinside (Hollingside) in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Harding. Died 25 May 1626
See the Surtees Society 'Durham Visitations' for the Hardings of Hollinside; and also Surtees' History of Durham, vol. 2, p252.
DPRI/1/1626/H1/1   29 June 1624
will
endorsed: proved, 24 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/H1/2   25 May 1626
inventory, actual total £73 9s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/H2
William HARLE, yeoman, of Mouncton (Mounckton) in the countye of Durham [Jarrow, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/H2/1   30 April 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/H2/2-3   13 March 1627
inventory, actual total £246 10s (with account of debts of £101 11s 6d)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 195

DPRI/1/1626/H5
Jane HEBSONNE, wife of Anthony Hebsonne, widow, of parish of Gaiteside (Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Hebson
Hebsonne died of the plague, and her inventory also includes the funeral expenses for seven (unnamed) persons and the cleansing of two houses. The commission concerns not only Jane Hebsonne's estate, but also the tuition of four of her grandchildren, all legatees of her will. It is clear from this commission that between the making of the will (22 Oct 1625) and the execution of the commission (28 Aug 1626) Hebsonne's daughter Elizabeth and her husband Robert Nicholson had both died, and probably another of her daughters, Emote Burnet, as well. Probate records for these persons do not survive in the Durham diocese records series. The granting of the tuition of one of Hebsonne's granchilden to two of her other grandchildren is unusual, and may indicate that others among her brother John Chambers, her widowed sister Elizabeth Chambers, her widowed sister Margaret Hesbonne and her three children were also among the dead.
DPRI/1/1626/H5/1-2   22 October 1625
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1626/H5/3   6 March 1626
inventory, actual total £288 5s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £41 3s 2d)
inventory includes the expenses for cleansing two houses as well as the funeral expenses for seven persons
DPRI/1/1626/H5/4   26 June 1626
commission
commission to John Shaw, curate of Newcastle St John, to administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Pottes widow, daughter and sole executrix (now Ann Thompson wife of Ralph Thompson), and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will [formerly annexed to the commission]; commission executed by Shaw, 28 Aug 1626; tuition of Ralph, Thomas and Joseph Potts, children of Thomas Potts, granted to their mother Ann Potts (now Thompson); tuition of Mary Nicholson, daughter of Robert and [the deceased's daughter] Elizabeth Nicholson, granted to Mary and Jane Burnet, [grandchildren by another daughter of the deceased, Emote Burnet], legatees
DPRI/1/1626/H4
John HEIGHINGTON, of Church Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]
Probate office endorsements refer to an inventory [not present].
DPRI/1/1626/H4/1   16 November 1626
will
endorsed with (undated) probate office memorandum relating to the the exhibition of the inventory
DPRI/1/1626/H4/2-3   25 November 1626
codicil
subscribed with (undated) certificate of validity by Cuthbert Welles, clerk, addressed to the Chancellor of Durham diocese
DPRI/1/1626/H3   24 November 1626
John HERPERLEY, the younger, of Stockton [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Harperlie, Harperly
DPRI/1/1626/H3/1   26 February 1626
will
endorsed: proved, 24 Nov 1626
DPRI/1/1626/H3/2   22 March 1626
inventory, actual total £100 18s (with account of debts of £2 15s 7d)
DPRI/1/1626/H6
Roger HUNTRIDGE, gentleman, of Abberwicke (Abberwick) in the countye of Northumberland [Edlingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Huntrich, Huntrishe, Hunteridge
DPRI/1/1626/H6/1   29 May 1626
will
with codicil, undated
It is inferred from the differing witness lists that the codicil was published at a different date: however, the nomination (rather than substitution) of executors in a codicil was of doubtful legal force. Instead, the probate office appears to have treated it as a part of the will.
DPRI/1/1626/H6/2   5 June 1626
inventory, actual total £348 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £41 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1626/H7
Hughe HUTCHINSONN, alderman of Durham, alderman, of Framwell Gate neere the cittie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hutchinson, Hutchenson, Hutchison
DPRI/1/1626/H7/1-5   9 November 1624
will
DPRI/1/1626/H7/6   17 August 1626
inventory, actual total £913 5s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/J1
Nycholas JACKSONNE, of Bishipton (Bushopton) [Bishopton, County Durham]; also spelt Jackson
DPRI/1/1626/J1/1-2   22 April 1626
will
with list of debts owed to (£1) and owed by (£15) the testator
DPRI/1/1626/J1/3   19 June 1626
inventory, actual total £66 0s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £37 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1626/J2   25 November 1626
William JEFFERSONN, son of Myles Jefferson [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Jefferson
see DPRI/4/8 f.65v: proved, 25 Nov 1626
DPRI/1/1626/J2/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1626/J2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £15 16s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/L1
Gregorie LODGE, yeoman, of Cockfeild (Cockfield, Cockefeild) in the county palatine of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/L1/1   19 May 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/L1/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £179 18s 2d
Inventory of goods etc. at Cockfield fields 'to the use of' Lodge's widow Jane Lodge and five named daughters. Administration granted to: (1) Margaret and Elizabeth Lodge, daughters, for the use of themselves and their sister Isabell Lodge; (2) Jane Lodge, relict, for the use of her two other daughters Janet and Anne
DPRI/1/1626/L2
Mychaell LODGE, yeoman, of Cockfeild in the countye of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/L2/1   3 September 1623
will
DPRI/1/1626/L2/2   11 January 1626
indented inventory, actual total £56 17s 4d (with account of debts of £30 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1626/M1
Ingrham MAUGHEN, of Smithgate in the citie of Duresme [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Maugham. Died March 1626
Maughen died 'in the month of March 1625' [assumed Mar 1626].
DPRI/1/1626/M1/1-2   21 December 1621
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1626/M1/3-4   26 April 1626
inventory, actual total £55 18s (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1626/M1/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1626/O1
Margrett OGLE, widow, of St Andrew, towne of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/O1/1   24 November 1626
inventory
DPRI/1/1626/R1
Thomas RICHESON, of Carlton [Redmarshall, County Durham]; also spelt Richardson
DPRI/1/1626/R1/1   4 May 1626
will
probate granted to Richard Bell for the use of the children, the executors
DPRI/1/1626/R1/2   10 May 1626
inventory, actual total £217 3s (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £91 11s 9d)
DPRI/1/1626/R2
Margret RIDLEY, widow, of Willymanswike (Willmiswick, Willamondswick) in the parish of Haltwesle (Haltweesell) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
See DPRI/4/8 f.70v: administration granted, 22 Dec 1626. For consistory court cause, see DPRI/4/8 ff.68, 68v, 69, 70, 70v, 75.
DPRI/1/1626/R2/1-2   19 October 1626
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1626/R2/3-4   9 November 1626
inventory
Inventory, written on the dorse of a 1620 letter to Margaret Ridley from her nephew, relating to a debt and an Exchequer case, Ridley v Sir Allen Apsley. Endorsed by probate office, 1627.
DPRI/1/1626/R2/5   14 November 1626
indented inventory, actual total £311 3s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1626/R3
Phillis ROBARTS, widow, of Bishop Auckland (Awkland) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/R3/1   2 March 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/R3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £27 2s 9d
DPRI/1/1626/S2
Anne SCOLES, widow, of parishe of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/S2/1   12 May 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/S2/2-4   5 July 1626
indented inventory, actual total £59 8s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £27 14s)
DPRI/1/1626/S3   12 October 1626
Robert SHARPE, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
No reference found in DPRI/4/8 to a grant to Edmund Sharpe on 12 Oct 1626; but see DPRI/4/8 f.55: administration of the goods of Robert Sharpe of Corbridge granted to George Sharpe, son, who was also bound to distribute his brothers' and sisters' portions; inventory (£5) also exhibited, 26 Sep 1626. The testator refers to a son named George Sharpe, and the earlier grant of administration may have been made without knowledge of the existence of a valid will.
DPRI/1/1626/S3/1   28 November 1625
nuncupative will
endorsed: administration granted to Edmund Sharpe, son (and sole executor), 12 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/S3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £10
DPRI/1/1626/S4
Margery SHEARATON, spinster, of citty and county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Shearatton, Sheraton
DPRI/1/1626/S4/1-2   23 May 1626
will
Witnesses sworn, 31 May 1626. Will written on paper containing the incomplete and cancelled of an inventory of James Dowthwhaite of Westwick dated 26 Jan 1625.
DPRI/1/1626/S4/3   31 May 1626
inventory, actual total £21 2s 2d
DPRI/1/1626/S5
Raphe SHORTE, of Cowndon [Coundon, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/S5/1   2 July 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/S5/2-3   2 July 1626
copy will
DPRI/1/1626/S5/4   23 August 1626
inventory, actual total £40 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1626/S6
William SIMPSON, yeoman, of Blackwell in the parish of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Blackwell, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/S6/3   1 May 1626
nuncupative will in the form of an inventory, actual total £14 14s 6d (with account of debts of £38 15s 4d)
draft nuncupative will in the form of an inventory
DPRI/1/1626/S6/1   1 May 1626
nuncupative will
fair copy nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1626/S6/2   4 May 1626
inventory, actual total £102 14s 6d
DPRI/1/1626/S7
Jane SMORFELD, wife of Richard Smorfeld, widow, of towne of Newcastle uppone Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Smorthfeald, Smurfeild, Smorthefeald
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle St John
DPRI/1/1626/S7/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1626/S7/2-3   4 June 1626
inventory, actual total £8 19s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/S8
John SMYTHSON, yeoman, of Church Aickliffe (Great Akeley) within the county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Smithson, Smithsonn
DPRI/1/1626/S8/1-2   30 November 1626
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 199

DPRI/1/1626/S8/3-5   12 December 1626
inventory, actual total £357 2s 4d (with account of debts of £9 3s 4d)
DPRI/1/1626/S9   30 January 1627
Robart SNAWDON, haberdasher, sword-sliper, of Morpeth in the countie of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/S9/1-2   29 June 1626
will
endorsed: proved, 30 Jan 1627
DPRI/1/1626/S9/3   25 July 1626
inventory, actual total £4 15s
DPRI/1/1626/S10   30 May 1626
Anthonie SOFTLEY, dyer, of Haidon Bridgs (Haydon Bridg, Haydon Brigg) in the chapplrye of Haydon within the countie of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/S10/1   17 February 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/S10/2-3   24 February 1626
inventory, actual total £114 15s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11)
DPRI/1/1626/S10/4   20 May 1626
commission
commission to Cuthbert Ridley MA, rector of Simonburn, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Margery Softley, relict and sole executrix, the will already having been proved; commission executed by Ridley, 30 May 1626
DPRI/1/1626/S11
John STANTON, of Alnewicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
Not found in Probate Act Book DPRI/4/8.
DPRI/1/1626/S11/1   22 January 1626
copy will
With list of debts owed to the testator of £1 8s 4d; also with memorandum relating that probate is to be granted at Alnwick, next Sep 1626. Endorsed: no bond has been entered.
DPRI/1/1626/S12   April 1626
John STOBBES, yeoman, of the Westyeate in Wardaile in the countie of Durhame, parish of Stanhop [Stanhope, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.41: Apr 1626
DPRI/1/1626/S12/1   6 June 1623
will
DPRI/1/1626/S13   12 October 1626
Jane SWANE, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Swan, Swanne
DPRI/1/1626/S13/1-2   2 October 1626
will
endorsed: probate granted to Ralph Chickin and William Browne (Broune), executors, 12 Oct 1626
DPRI/1/1626/S13/3   10 October 1626
inventory, actual total £24 1s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 5s 3d)
DPRI/1/1626/S14
Robert SWANNE, of Bedlington in the county of Durisme [Bedlington, Northumberland]
Not found in Probate Act Books DPRI/4/8 or 12.
DPRI/1/1626/S14/1   February 1625
nuncupative will
Date of the making of the will uncertain. Probate granted to Annas Swanne, mother and sole executrix, a bond for £7 having been entered.
DPRI/1/1626/S14/2   20 April 1625
indented inventory, actual total £6 10s
DPRI/1/1626/T1   7 July 1626
Barbara TALEFARE, widow, of South Balie in the cittie of Durham [Durham St Mary the Less, County Durham]; also spelt Taylfare, Tailforth
DPRI/1/1626/T1/2-3   1 October 1625
nuncupative will
with nuncupative codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1626/T1/1   1 October 1625
copy nuncupative will
with copy nuncupative codicil, undated
with grant of probate, 7 July 1626
probate granted to Tobias Blakiston gentleman and John Brass
DPRI/1/1626/T1/4   8 June 1626
inventory, actual total £50 1s 4d
exhibited by Tobias Blakeston gentleman, 26 Aug 1634
DPRI/1/1626/T2
Christofer THWAITTS, of Bishop Auckland (Awkland) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Thwaites
Will endorsed by probate office: will and inventory - the latter is not present.
DPRI/1/1626/T2/1-2   8 February 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/W1
Thomas WALLAS, gentleman, of Willyamstone (Williamstone) within the parrish of Knarsdale and countye of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1626/W1/1-2   1 May 1625
will
DPRI/1/1626/W1/3   21 May 1625
inventory, actual total £76 14s 4d (with account of debts of £15 14s)
DPRI/1/1626/W2   7 June 1626
Robert WARCOPE, gentleman, of Streatlam in the chapelry of Barnard Castle within the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Warcop, Warcopp. Died 8 March 1626
DPRI/1/1626/W2/1-2   14 October 1625
copy will
subscribed with memorandum relating that the original will was delivered to the executor
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 197-198

DPRI/1/1626/W2/3-4   21 March 1626
inventory, actual total £14 10s
DPRI/1/1626/W2/6   21 March 1626
indented copy inventory, actual total £14 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1626/W2/5   3 June 1626
commission
commission to Robert Burrell MA, curate of Gainford, and Giles Forster, curate of Barnard Castle, and also Thomas Tothall, rector of Romaldkirk, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Talbot Bowes, [nephew and] sole executor, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1626/W2/7-8   7 June 1626
letter
Certificate of execution of the commission by Tothall at Streatlam, 7 June 1626; subscribed with a contemporaneous letter from Thomas Tothall to Dr Cradock, Chancellor of Durham, relating to the lease of a parsonage
DPRI/1/1626/W3
William WHEATLEY, yeoman, of Kiblesworth within the parishe of Lamesley [Lamesley, County Durham]; also spelt Wheatlaw
DPRI/1/1626/W3/1   11 November 1626
nuncupative will
administration granted to Robert Hardinge, [brother-in-law]
DPRI/1/1626/W3/2   7 December 1626
inventory, actual total £59 18s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £6 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1626/W4
Henrie WHITE, yeoman, of Branspeth (Braunspeth, Brancepeth) in the countie of Duresme [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1626/W4/1   28 February 1626
will
DPRI/1/1626/W4/2   13 April 1626
inventory, actual total £90 7s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £63)
DPRI/1/1626/W5   1 July 1626
Henry WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of Nethertrewghitt (Nethertrewhet) in the countie of Northumberland, parish of Rothberry [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Widrington, Woodrington. Died 7 December 1625
DPRI/1/1626/W5/1   14 June 1626
inventory
Inventory of goods etc. at Trewhitt and Oswayford. Administration and tuition granted to Henry Woodrington gentleman for the use of the (named) sons of the deceased, 1 July 1626; Margaret Widdrington, relict, having renounced and consented to the said grant
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 196-197

Wills etc proved 1627
Reference: DPRI/1/1627
DPRI/1/1627/A1
Thomas ADAMS, yeoman, of Longhoughton (Longhaughton) [Longhoughton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/A1/2   undated
will
with inventory, actual total £63 0s 8d
Will, dated, 14 Nov. Subscribed: [probate granted to] Thomas Adams, son, for the use of his brother Robert Adams, sole executor and the youngest son; tuition of Margaret and Elizabeth Adams, daughters [?granted to Thomas Adams]. Endorsed [in error]: will and inventory of Thomas Newton of Chillingham.
DPRI/1/1627/A1/1   undated
copy will
with inventory, actual total £63 0s 8d
dated, 14 Nov
DPRI/1/1627/A1/3-4   11 May 1627
inventory, actual total £62 15s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/A2   27 December 1627
Thomas AKINSIDE, yeoman, of Eatchweeke (Echwicke) [Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland]; also spelt Akinsid, Akensid, Akenside, Akinsyde
DPRI/1/1627/A2/1-2   15 May 1626
will
subscribed with list of debts owed by the testator of £12 [?and more]
DPRI/1/1627/A2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £40 11s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £13 3s)
DPRI/1/1627/A2/4   18 December 1627
commission
commission to Roland Nicholson, vicar of Newborne, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Akenside, relict, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; also to grant to her the administration of the portion of Eliner Akenside, daughter, for her use and the use of Isabell Akenside, daughter; commission executed by Nicholson, 27 Dec 1627
DPRI/1/1627/A3   20 April 1627
Christobell ALDER, wife of Francis Alder of Newcastle, skinner and glover, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/A3/1   23 April 1626
will
proved, 20 Apr 1627
DPRI/1/1627/A4
Jane ATKINSON, widow, of Bishop Aucland (Awkland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/A4/1   21 December 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/A4/2   3 January 1628
inventory, actual total £13
DPRI/1/1627/A5   8 December 1627
Thomas AWGOODD, yeoman, of Bromley within the county of Northumberland and parish of Buywell Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Awgood
see DPRI/4/8 f.135: 5 Dec 1627
DPRI/1/1627/A5/1   5 November 1627
will
endorsed: proved, 8 Dec 1627; registered
DPRI/1/1627/A5/2   15 August 1627
inventory, actual total £83 19s 2d
[dated ?1628]
DPRI/1/1627/A6
Anthony AYRE, of Shincliffe [Shincliffe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/A6/1-2   undated
account
account of William Wodrington (Witherington), husband of Anne Woodrington, former relict and tutrix of the five named children; subscribed with (incomplete) account of the allocation of widow and children's shares
DPRI/1/1627/B1
Thomas BAMBRIGG, the elder, father of Thomas Bambrigg the younger of Brighouse, gentleman, of Brighouse in the county of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Baynebrigg
The account is for the estates of both Thomas Bambrigg the elder and Thomas Bambrigg the younger. For the catalogue record of the younger Bambrigg, see 1627.Bambrigg.2.
DPRI/1/1627/B1/1-2   undated
account
Account of Rebecca Bambrigg widow, administratrix of both Thomas Bambrigg senior and her son Thomas Bambrigg the younger. Endorsed: exhibited, 14 Dec [1627].
DPRI/1/1627/B6
John BIERS, clerk, of Mounckton in the parishe of Jarro (Jarroe) within the countie of Durham [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Byers. Died 22 September 1627
DPRI/1/1627/B6/1-2   20 January 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/B6/3-5   11 October 1627
inventory, actual total £201 9s 4d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £73 17s 1d)
DPRI/1/1627/B3
William BIRD, yeoman, of Chester in the Streete in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/B3/1   27 October 1626
will
DPRI/1/1627/B3/2-3   10 December 1626
inventory, actual total £27 18s 8d
DPRI/1/1627/B4
William BONNER, merchant, of Alhallowes, Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/B4/1
inventory
exhibited by Mary Bonner, relict
DPRI/1/1627/B5
William BURDON, yeoman, of Ryhoop (Rivehoop) in the county of Durham [Ryhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/B5/1   18 November 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/B5/2   1 February 1628
inventory, actual total £17 18s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1627/B2
James BYLTONE, fuller, dyer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bilton
DPRI/1/1627/B2/1-2   12 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/B2/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £191 0s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £91 8s 2d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1627/C1   July 1627
John CARLILE, the elder, of Bitchburne-green (Bitchburne greene) within the county of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.105v: July [1627]
DPRI/1/1627/C1/1   29 May 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/C1/2   2 July 1627
inventory, actual total £61 10s
DPRI/1/1627/C2
George CARR, gentleman, of Crookham (Crookeham) [Ford, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/C2/1   15 December 1626
inventory
DPRI/1/1627/C3   10 October 1627
Raph CARR, of Slaley [Slaley, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/C3/1   17 April 1627
will
endorsed: proved, 10 Oct 1627
DPRI/1/1627/C3/2   24 April 1627
inventory, actual total £42 17s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/C4   1 September 1627
George CHILTON, yeoman, of Newbotle (Newbottle) in the county of Durham [Newbottle, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/C4/1-2   9 May 1621
will
endorsed: proved, 1 Sep 1627; registered
DPRI/1/1627/C4/3   21 May 1627
inventory, actual total £266 17s
DPRI/1/1627/C5
Raphe CLAVERINGE, gentleman, of Bosden, chaplerie of Lowicke [Lowick, Northumberland]; also spelt Clavering
DPRI/1/1627/C5/1-2   undated
account
account of Claveringe's widow, now wife of William Carr gentleman
DPRI/1/1627/C6
Cuthbert CLOSE, the elder, yeoman, of parish of Trimden (Trimdon) within the county pallatine of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/C6/1-2   7 May 1627
will
subscribed: the tuition of Cuthbert Close granted to William Hutchinson of Trimdon
DPRI/1/1627/C6/3-4   17 May 1627
inventory, actual total £54 19s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £17 0s 7d)
DPRI/1/1627/C7   31 October 1627
John COATES, of Great ... [Leake, Yorkshire]
Address uncertain (damage); testator requests to be buried at Leake. See DPRI/4/8 f.124: proved by Isabel Coates, relict, 31 Oct 1627.
DPRI/1/1627/C7/1   undated
will
Will, with list of debts owed to the testator of (£7 11s 4d); formerly used by the probate office as bundle ties. Legible only under UV light.
DPRI/1/1627/C8
Robert COLLINGWOOD, of Eslingdon in the parishe of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]
For the account of Robert Collingwood, see - DPRI/1/1628/C7/1-2
DPRI/1/1627/C8/1   23 January 1628
inventory
[account of debts etc. appears to be miscalculated: in fact £163 1s 4d]
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 218-219

DPRI/1/1627/C9
George COLSON, of parishe of Branspeth (Brandspeth) [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/C9/1-2   undated
account
account of Robert Colson, son
DPRI/1/1627/C10
Dorothe CONSTABLE, widow, of North Biddick (Biddicke) in the countie of Durham [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Dorothy, Dorothie
DPRI/1/1627/C10/1   30 May 1624
will
endorsed: registered
DPRI/1/1627/C11
Thomas COXONE, tanner, of Goatside (Gateside) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Coxsonne, Coxon, Cockson
DPRI/1/1627/C11/1-2   9 November 1627
will
endorsed: [probate granted to] Anne Cockson relict; the executor [Thomas Coxon], son, being a minor
DPRI/1/1627/C11/3-4   21 January 1628
indented inventory, actual total £98 6s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £31 3s)
DPRI/1/1627/C12
Humphray CRESWELL, husbandman, of Longe Framlingtone, chapelry of Framlington [Longframlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Humphraye. Died 27 August 1625
DPRI/1/1627/C12/1-2   3 September 1627
inventory
DPRI/1/1627/D1
Cuthbart DAND, of parish of St Nicholas in the cittie of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/D1/1-2   13 March 1626
will
with list of debts owed by (£2 1s) and to (£3 4s 6d) the testator
DPRI/1/1627/D1/3   22 October 1627
inventory, actual total £6 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 5s 4d)
DPRI/1/1627/D2   18 August 1627
Thomas DOBBISON, yeoman, of the Southside (South Side) in Hamsterley (Hampsterly) parishe in the countye of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Dobbeson, Dobbinson, Dobbingson
DPRI/1/1627/D2/1   9 May 1627
will
subscribed: (1) memorandum relating to an additional bequest made the same day as the making of the will; (2) tuition of Isabell Dobbison, daughter and an executor, upon her election granted to Christopher Dobbeson, supervisor and neighbour; probate granted to Christopher Dobbeson and George Viccars, son-in-law, 18 Aug 1627
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 204-205

DPRI/1/1627/D2/2   31 July 1627
inventory, actual total £77 6s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16 9s 8d)
DPRI/1/1627/D4
Anthony DODSWORTH, gentleman, of towne of Stranton within the county pallatyne of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonye, Dodeswoorth, Anthonie. Died 6 April 1627
DPRI/1/1627/D4/1-2   4 April 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/D4/3   17 April 1627
indented inventory, actual total £597 16s
DPRI/1/1627/D4/4-5   17 April 1627
copy inventory, actual total £597 16s
DPRI/1/1627/D3
Chrostofer DOODS, miller, yeoman, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne in the countie of the same towne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/D3/1   18 February 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/D3/2-4   25 April 1627
indented inventory, actual total £170 2s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £7)
DPRI/1/1627/D5
John DOWTHWATE, the younger, gentleman, of Westholme in the parish of Winston in the county of Durham [Winston, County Durham]; also spelt Dowthwaite
see DPRI/4/8 f.89 (59): there is a caveat against the proving of this will dated wither 23 or 24 April 1627, but with a note that probate was granted to Margaret Rawlinson just the same.
DPRI/1/1627/D5/1-2   15 April 1627
nuncupative will
Subscribed: certificate of probate and grant of administration by commission to Margaret Rawlyson widow, grandmother and universal legatrix, 23 Apr 1627. Endorsed: 'found in Dr Cradocks house after his death'. [The commission identifies this Cradock as John Cradocke DD, Chancellor of Durham, whose house was in Durham cathedral's cloister.]
DPRI/1/1627/D5/3   21 April 1627
commission
In the absence of the Register of Durham, the Durham Chancellor John Cradocke D.D. commissions Robert Burrell MA, preacher, to administer an oath to the witnesses to the nuncupative will, and also to grant administration to Margaret Rawlyson widow, grandmother; executed by Burrell, 23 Apr 1627
DPRI/1/1627/D5/4-6   26 April 1627
indented inventory, actual total £1,703 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1627/E1
Martyn ERRINGTON, mariner, of parish of All Saintes, town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the countie of Northumber [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Martine, Erington, Martin
'bound forth to Sea, or else where in his Majesties service'
DPRI/1/1627/E1/1-2   30 May 1625
will
subscribed with memorandum certifying the validity of the will, 22 Oct 1627 [signed by John Cradocke, Durham Chancellor]
DPRI/1/1627/E1/5-8   24 October 1627
inventory, actual total £78 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/E1/3-4   13 December 1628
account, actual total £78 12s 4d (with discharge of £86 9s 4d)
account of Dorothie Errington, relict and executrix
DPRI/1/1627/E2
William ERRINGTON, gentleman, of Benwell in the countie of Northumberland [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Willyame, Erringtone
DPRI/1/1627/E2/1   14 February 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/E2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £27 4s 6d
DPRI/1/1627/F1
Micheal FORWOODE, of Haughton in the countie of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/F1/1   4 November 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/F1/2   9 November 1627
inventory, actual total £478 18s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 1s 8d)
DPRI/1/1627/G1
Agnes GIBBON, spinster, of Hamstery (Hamsterley) in the countey of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Agnis
DPRI/1/1627/G1/1   11 March 1626
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £7 13s
DPRI/1/1627/G1/2   2 May 1627
indented inventory, actual total £3 8s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 1s)

DPRI/1/1627/G2   4 September 1627
Thomas GOFTON, yeoman, of Fenham of the chaplerie of St Andrew in Newcastle upon Tyne in the countie of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/8 f.113: 4 Sep 1627
DPRI/1/1627/G2/1   10 October 1626
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1627/G2/2-3   10 October 1626
copy nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1627/H1
George HARPER, gentleman, Knockhill in Strifeylla, now resydent within the towne of Berwick uppon Tweed [Crieff, Perthshire; Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland; Edinburgh, Mid Lothian]
See DPRI/4/8 f.119v. The will is endorsed by the probate office 'will and inventory': the only inventory present is one of the 'testator's' (rather than the deceased's) goods etc. subscribed with the will, and may have been drawn up by the testator in his lifetime.
DPRI/1/1627/H1/1-3   26 June 1627
will
with inventory, actual total £21 1s (with account of debts of £1 5s 6d)
subscribed: (1) [?contemporaneous] list of debts owed to (£3 8s 3d) and owed by (£1 5s 6d) the testator; (2) [?contemporaneous] inventory of moveables (£17 12s 9d and more)
DPRI/1/1627/H2
Nicholas HEATH, the elder, esquire, gentleman, sometimes of Litle Eden,, and late of the parishe of St Maries in the North Bayley at Duresme, cittye of Durham [Easington, County Durham; Durham St Mary-le-Bow, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/H2/1-2   28 June 1627
will
endorsed: proved; registered
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 206-208

DPRI/1/1627/H2/3-4   13 August 1627
inventory, actual total £260 2s 6d
subscribed with (undated) memorandum relating that the sole executrix Margret Burnell, daughter, had renounced, and that it had been agreed Nicholas Heath the younger, son, to administer, and noting further agreements re disbursements
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 206-208

DPRI/1/1627/H3
Anthonye HEDLEY, labourer, of Fulwell in the countye of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Anthony, Hedlye
see DPRI/4/8 f.109v: proved, 28 Aug 1627
DPRI/1/1627/H3/1   20 February 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H3/3   22 August 1627
inventory, actual total £22 16s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/H3/2   27 August 1627
renunciation
renunciation of Anne Hedley, relict and executrix, nominating Anthony Foster, nephew, to administer for her use
DPRI/1/1627/H4
Archibald HEDLEY, yeoman, of North Gosforth (Gosfurth) in the countie of Northumberland [North Gosforth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/H4/1   31 January 1627
inventory
subscribed with the names of five Hedley children
DPRI/1/1627/H5
Edwarde HENDERSON, of Pagecroft (Pagecrofte) in the chappellrie of Hadon (Haidon) [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Edward, Hendersonn
see DPRI/4/8 f.116v: 28 Sep 1627
DPRI/1/1627/H5/1   17 July 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H5/2   24 August 1627
inventory, actual total £31 7s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 8s 9d)
DPRI/1/1627/H6
Thomas HENDERSON, of chapelry of West Lilburne (Lilborne) [West Lilburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Hinderson
DPRI/1/1627/H6/1-2   26 July 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £31 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1627/H7
William HILL, gentleman, of Rugley (Rugglie) in the countie of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/H7/1-2   11 April 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H7/3-4   23 May 1627
inventory, actual total £645 14s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £36 19s 6d)
DPRI/1/1627/H8
Cuthbert HILTON, of Greate Osworth [Usworth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/H8/1-2   13 July 1627
inventory
DPRI/1/1627/H9
William HODGSHON, yeoman, of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/H9/1   25 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H9/2   5 February 1628
inventory, actual total £84 8s 10d
DPRI/1/1627/H10
Anne HUBBOCK, of Bishop Awckland [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Hubbocke
DPRI/1/1627/H10/1   21 December 1627
inventory
DPRI/1/1627/H11
John HUDSPETH, barber-surgeon, of towne of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/H11/1-2   13 April 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/H12   July 1627
George HUNTLEY, husband of Barbara Huntley [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/8 ff.103 and 105: July 1627
DPRI/1/1627/H12/1-2   undated
account
account of Barbara Huntley, relict
DPRI/1/1627/H13
William HUTCHINSON, tanner, of Framwellgate (Framwelgate) in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/H13/1-2   25 March 1626
will
endorsed: proved, 11 Aug 1627
DPRI/1/1627/H13/3   10 April 1626
inventory, actual total £130 2s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/K1   31 October 1627
Richard KENDREW, husbandman, of Thornton Beanes (Thornton in le Beane) in the parish of North Ottrington in the county of Yorke, within Allertonshire [North Otterington, Yorkshire]; also spelt Kendrewe
DPRI/1/1627/K1/1   27 February 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/K1/2   27 March 1628
inventory, actual total £35 1s 4d
endorsed: proved, 31 Oct 1627
DPRI/1/1627/K2
George KING, of Bambrought (Bambroughe) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Kinge
DPRI/1/1627/K2/1   6 January 1627
will
with inventory, 6 January 1627, actual total £76 16s 4d (with account of debts of £49 6s)
will in the form of an inventory of debts oweing to and by the testator
DPRI/1/1627/K3   December 1627
Steven KITCHIN, of Feildhouse [South Shields, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8: a long cause, terminating in Dec 1627; Kitchin had apparently died some 12 years earlier.
DPRI/1/1627/K3/1-3   undated
account, actual total £318 13s 2d (with discharge of £395 10s)
with account, actual total £310 (discharge)
Account of Elizabeth Hilton, former relict and now wife of Henry Hilton esquire; subscribed with additional account of Henry Hilton for the curation of three children over 12 years and a [?morning gift] to his wife, totalling £310. The charge is also alleged to have been overvalued.
DPRI/1/1627/L1   November 1627
George LAITON, gentleman, of White Hurworth (Whitehurworthe) in the countie of Durham [Kelloe, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.129, 129v: Nov, 1627
DPRI/1/1627/L1/1-2   19 October 1627
will in the form of a copy deed of gift
DPRI/1/1627/L2
William LAX, yeoman, of Middleston (Midleston) alias Middle Merrington in the county of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/L2/1   9 March 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/L2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £91 0s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/L3
Elinor LIDLE, widow, of Barwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/L3/1-2   2 January 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/L3/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £18 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/L4
Peter LISTER, yeoman, of parish of Trimdon (Trimden) in the countie of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Litster
DPRI/1/1627/L4/1-2   27 September 1623
will
DPRI/1/1627/L4/3-4   12 April 1627
indented inventory, actual total £130 4s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 11s 5d)
DPRI/1/1627/M2
Robert MARKAM, yeoman, of Hardwicke (Hardwick) in the countie of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Markham
DPRI/1/1627/M2/1-2   14 November 1627
will
date in Nov 1627 uncertain
DPRI/1/1627/M2/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £245 2s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 5s 6d)
DPRI/1/1627/M3
Robert MARLEY, yeoman, of Picktree within the countie of Durham, parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/M3/1-2   21 March 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/M3/3-5   10 April 1627
indented inventory, actual total £445 0s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £47 0s 2d)
DPRI/1/1627/M1
Robert MATTISON, husbandman, of Sedgfeild within the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Maddison, Matteson
Not found in Probate Act book DPRI/4/8.
DPRI/1/1627/M1/2   30 June 1620
will in the form of a copy deed of gift
DPRI/1/1627/M1/1   6 November 1627
nuncupative will
with inventory, 18 November 1627, actual total £55 7s 4d (and more)
DPRI/1/1626/Z1/1   6 November 1627
fragment nuncuptive will
[Formerly misplaced in 1626 box.]
DPRI/1/1627/M1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £86 18s 4d (with account of debts of £18 0s 4d)
endorsed: exhibited by John Ramsey
DPRI/1/1627/M4
Katherine MAUGHAM, wife of Ingram Maugham of Durham, of citie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/M4/1-2   26 March 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/M4/3   12 April 1627
inventory, actual total £51 0s 12d (with account of funeral expenses of £4 12s 4d)
DPRI/1/1627/M6
Raph MAYSON, of parish of Sedgfeild [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Mason
DPRI/1/1627/M6/1-2   undated
account
account of Jane Mayson, relict
DPRI/1/1627/M7   31 August 1627
Elizabeth MIDDLETON, widow, of Ufferton in the countie of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/M7/1-4   20 July 1627
will
Endorsed: proved, 31 Aug 1627.
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 209-211

DPRI/1/1627/M7/5-6   27 August 1627
inventory, actual total £1,813 2s 2d
inventory of goods etc. at Silksworth (£86) and Ufferton (£1,727 2s 2d)
DPRI/1/1627/M8
Mathew MILBORNE, weaver, of parish of St Nicholas within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/M8/1   18 December 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/M8/2-4   21 January 1628
indented inventory, actual total £80 0s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £111 5s 7d)
DPRI/1/1627/M9
Richard MOSSE, tanner, of parish of Gaiteside (Gateshead, Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/M9/1   23 August 1627
will
subscribed with (undated) memorandum relating to probate
DPRI/1/1627/M9/2   6 September 1627
inventory, actual total £197 9s 2d
DPRI/1/1627/N1   13 October 1627
Christopher NEWTON, Little Stenton, Woolveston (Wolveston) [Bishopton, County Durham; Wolviston, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/N1/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1627/N1/2   29 June 1627
inventory, actual total £6 11s 4d (with account of a debt of 9s 2d)
inventory total includes 4s from the [sub-]lease of a house at 7s per annum (leased from the Dean and Chapter for 3s 4d per annum)
DPRI/1/1627/N1/3
wrapper
endorsed: proved, 13 Oct 1627
DPRI/1/1627/N2
Roger NEWTON, of Bywel within the parish of Bywell Peter within the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/N2/1-2   28 February 1624
will
with [?contemporaneous] list of debts owed to (£33 1s 8d) and owed by (15s) the testator
DPRI/1/1627/N2/3   28 December 1627
inventory, actual total £24 19s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 6s)
DPRI/1/1627/N3   8 May 1627
Archbald NOBLE, cutler, of Gaiteside (Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/N3/1-2   29 October 1625
will
endorsed: proved, 8 May 1627
DPRI/1/1627/N3/3-4   9 January 1625
indented inventory, actual total £19 13s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6)
DPRI/1/1627/O1
Elizabeth OGGLE, gentleman, widow, of Ogle of the parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Ogle
DPRI/1/1627/O1/1   25 July 1627
inventory, actual total £13
DPRI/1/1627/O1/2-3   27 July 1627
renunciation
renunciation of Robart Oggle (Ogle) of Rufford in Nottinghamshire, son, nominating Nycholas Hudson, husband of Catherine Hudson, daughter, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1627/O2   9 May 1627
James OGLE, of Shilvingeton (Shilvington) [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/O2/1   19 April 1627
indented inventory
endorsed: administration [granted], 9 May 1627
DPRI/1/1627/O3
Christofer OURD, gentleman, of chaplery of Tweedmouth (Twedmouth) [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Orde
DPRI/1/1627/O3/1-2   undated
account
account of Thomas Ourd
DPRI/1/1627/P1
Thomas PEACOCKE, yeoman, of Stainton in the parish of Gainford in the countie of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Peacock
DPRI/1/1627/P1/1   27 October 1627
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 212-213

DPRI/1/1627/P1/2   10 January 1628
indented inventory, actual total £87 13s 10d
DPRI/1/1627/P2   9 April 1627
Thomas PEARETH, master and mariner, of parish of Gatside (Gateside) within the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Perith, Pearithe
DPRI/1/1627/P2/1   8 October 1625
will
endorsed: not proved
DPRI/1/1627/P2/3-6   19 January 1626
inventory, actual total £71 14s 4d (with account of debts of £255 16s)
DPRI/1/1627/P2/2   14 November 1626
inventory of shipping, actual total £317 10s
DPRI/1/1627/P2/7   6 April 1627
commission
commission to John Shaw, preacher of Newcastle St John, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Rebecca Perith, executrix, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed, 9 April 1627
DPRI/1/1627/P3
Henry POYD, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/P3/3-4   8 January 1628
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1627/P3/1-2   11 January 1628
indented inventory, actual total £45 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £10 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1627/R1
George RAWLING, yeoman, of Shincliffe in the county of Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Rawlinge
DPRI/1/1627/R1/1-2   14 January 1628
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 216-217

DPRI/1/1627/R1/3-4   14 January 1628
inventory, actual total £105 16s
DPRI/1/1627/R2
George READSHAWE, yeoman, of Peddomsake late of the parish of Edmondbires in the county of Durham [Edmundbyers, County Durham]; also spelt Redshawe
DPRI/1/1627/R2/1   7 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £195 8s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1627/R3
William REAVELYE, butcher, of Alnwicke (Alnewick) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Reavley, Reaveley, Reveley
DPRI/1/1627/R3/1-2   9 January 1627
will
with [?contemporaneous] list of debts owed to the testator of £5 13s 10d
DPRI/1/1627/R3/3-4   8 February 1627
inventory, actual total £15 13s 6d
DPRI/1/1627/R4
George REDSHAW, of Byrkenside (Birkenside) in the parishe of Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/R4/1   9 July 1627
will
administration granted to Cutbert (Redshaw, son and executor), with a power reserved to the other co-executors
DPRI/1/1627/R4/2   15 August 1627
indented inventory, actual total £163 14s 5d (with account of debts of £2)
DPRI/1/1627/R6
John RICHARDSON, notary public, of Bishop Auckland (Awkeland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/R6/1-2   25 November 1625
will
endorsed: proved, 29 Sep 1627
DPRI/1/1627/R7
Lanclot RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Swainston in the parish of Sedgfield [Sedgefield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/R7/1-2   10 July 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R7/3   10 July 1627
copy will
DPRI/1/1627/R7/4   undated
inventory, actual total £123 15s (with account of debts of £61 11s 6d)
DPRI/1/1627/R5
John RICHENSON, miller, of Newbrough in the chaplerie of Newbrough in the countie of Northumberland [Newbrough, Northumberland]; also spelt Richeson, Richardson. Died 8 November 1626
DPRI/1/1627/R5/1   3 November 1626
will
DPRI/1/1627/R5/4   14 November 1626
inventory, actual total £22 17s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 0s 2d)
DPRI/1/1627/R5/2-3   22 November 1626
inventory, actual total £22 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £13 15s 2d)
DPRI/1/1627/R8   8 February 1628
Barbara RIDDELL, wife of William Riddell, alderman, widow, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Riddall
DPRI/1/1627/R8/1-2   31 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R8/3-8   undated
inventory, actual total £373 4s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £102 15s 8d)
DPRI/1/1627/R8/9   January 1628
commission
Commission to Thomas Jackson D.D. and John Shaw M.A., preacher of Newcastle St John, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Sir Peter Riddell knight and Robert Riddell, sons and executors, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Jackson and Shaw, 6 Feb 1628. Endorsed: [probate] issued under the seal, 8 Feb 1628
DPRI/1/1627/R9
Christofer ROBINSON, yeoman, of Esington (Easington) within the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/R9/1   12 February 1627
will
with [contemporaneous] list of debts owed to (£25 4s 10d) and owed by (19s 6d) the testator
DPRI/1/1627/R9/2   28 March 1627
inventory, actual total £246 11s
DPRI/1/1627/R10
John ROBINSON, tailor, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/R10/1-3   29 March 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R10/4   31 August 1627
indented inventory, actual total £172 3s 9d (with account of funeral expenses of £18 1s 6d)
DPRI/1/1627/R11
Robert ROBINSON, yeoman, of Dalton in the Dalle in the countie of Durham [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/R11/1   6 December 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R11/2-3   17 January 1628
inventory, actual total £137 13s 4d (with account of debts of £23 11s 10d)
DPRI/1/1627/R12   7 July 1627
Robert ROBSONNE, yeoman, of the Farre Toft Hill in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Robson
DPRI/1/1627/R12/1-2   18 April 1627
will
endorsed with [contemporaneous] list of debts owed to the testator of 16s
DPRI/1/1627/R12/3-4   3 July 1627
inventory, actual total £67 17s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9)
probate granted to Elianor Robson, relict and (joint) executor, 7 July 1627; George White and William Howe yeomen, bondsmen
DPRI/1/1627/R13
Jayne ROWE, wife of Robart Rowe, master and mariner, widow, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle All Saints
DPRI/1/1627/R13/1   13 December 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/R13/2   31 August 1627
inventory, actual total £11 17s 7d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £2 15s 5d)
DPRI/1/1627/S1   23 October 1627
Robert SANDER, senior, of parish of Riton (Ryton) [Ryton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/S1/1   4 March 1626
will
DPRI/1/1627/S1/2   4 March 1626
copy will
endorsed: proved, 23 Oct 1627
DPRI/1/1627/S1/3   10 April 1626
indented inventory, actual total £64 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 4s 2d)
DPRI/1/1627/S2   25 August 1627
William SCURFEILD, yeoman, of Elstob (Ellstobb) within the parish of Great Stainton in the county of Durham [Great Stainton, County Durham]; also spelt Scurfield
DPRI/1/1627/S2/1-4   20 February 1627
copy will
Subscribed with receipt of William Scurfeild, son and heir, for the orginal will, 2 Aug 1665. Endorsed: proved, 25 Aug 1627
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 200-204

DPRI/1/1627/S2/5   19 April 1627
inventory, actual total £506 5s
DPRI/1/1627/S3
Robert SHANKES, of parrish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland [Whittingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/S3/1   16 April 1626
will
DPRI/1/1627/S3/2   16 April 1626
copy will
DPRI/1/1627/S3/3   10 January 1627
inventory, actual total £58 3s 12d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 7s 6d)
subscribed with memorandum relating to a commission issued to Clement Stevenson, vicar of Whittingham, to prove the will
DPRI/1/1627/S4
William SKELTON, of Craike [Crayke, Yorkshire]
Not found in index to Probate Act Books 13-15.
DPRI/1/1627/S4/1   9 October 1627
indented inventory
formerly used as a wrapper in box DPRI/1/1629
DPRI/1/1627/S5
William STOKOE, yeoman, the Rawfoote in Tindall within the parish of Bellingham and in the countie of Northumberland, the Nake [?Nook] [Bellingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1627/S5/1   5 May 1626
will
with (undated) list of debts owed to the testator of £9 3s 2d
DPRI/1/1627/S5/2   11 July 1626
inventory, actual total £13 17s 4d
DPRI/1/1627/S6
Raphe SWALWELL, of the Wood Heade (Woodheade) of the parishe of Ovinghame (Ovingham) [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Swallowell
DPRI/1/1627/S6/1-2   1 November 1626
will
DPRI/1/1627/S6/3   29 January 1627
inventory, actual total £174 11s (with account of funeral expenses of £10)
DPRI/1/1627/T1
John TAYLOR, of Rairdon (Rairden, Raredon) within the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Tailor, Tayler
DPRI/1/1627/T1/1   25 March 1627
will
DPRI/1/1627/T1/2   11 April 1627
inventory, actual total £326 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £269 10s)
DPRI/1/1627/W1
William WALLIS, mariner, of towne of NewCastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallas
Inventory includes a rent charge owed 'at the dec[eased's] goeing away': Wallis probably died on a voyage or journey.
DPRI/1/1627/W1/1   2 April 1627
inventory
DPRI/1/1627/W2
Henry WANLESSE, vicar of Monk Hesleden, clerk, of Munkehesleden (Munckhesleden) [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Wanles, Wandliss
DPRI/1/1627/W2/1-2   8 August 1627
will
with [?contemporaneous] list of debts owed by (£30 15s 4d) and owed to (£5 12s 8d) the testator
DPRI/1/1627/W3   31 March 1627
Richard WHYTE, of Hawthorne [Hawthorn, County Durham]; also spelt White
DPRI/1/1627/W3/1   29 January 1627
will
endorsed: proved, 31 Mar 1627
DPRI/1/1627/W3/2   10 February 1627
inventory, actual total £114 13s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £58 3s 10d)
DPRI/1/1627/W4
Raphe WILSON, yeoman, of Cassopp (Cassop) in the countie of Durham [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1627/W4/1   1 January 1628
will
DPRI/1/1627/W4/2-3   21 January 1628
inventory, actual total £160 16s
DPRI/1/1627/W5
Barbara WOLDHAVE, widow, of parish of St Johns in the towne and countie of Newcastle on Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Wouldhave
DPRI/1/1627/W5/1-2   23 June 1627
will
with codicil, 23 June 1627
DPRI/1/1627/W5/5-7   26 June 1627
indented inventory, actual total £525 3s 7d
inventory of goods etc. at Newcastle and the farm of Elswick
DPRI/1/1627/W5/3-4   6 July 1627
decree of court
For the better security of the estate and to prevent future suits, and with the consent of the executors, a decree of court orders the executors to elect the nominated supervisors and Sir Peter Riddell to act as administrators, the executors not having been able to offer sufficient security to act and having being found to be 'soe manie of small experience'; one of the executors was a minor.
DPRI/1/1627/W6   April 1627
Richard WRIGHT, alderman of Durham, alderman, of city of Durham in the parish of St Nicholas [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/8 f.82v: Apr 1627
DPRI/1/1627/W6/1   19 March 1627
inventory
exhibited by Edward Wright esquire, 28 Sep 1627
DPRI/1/1627/W6/2
wrapper
Wills etc proved 1628
Reference: DPRI/1/1628
DPRI/1/1628/A1
Anthony AIREY, schoolmaster of Houghton-le-Spring, clerk, schoolmaster, of Houghton in the Springe within the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Airay
DPRI/1/1628/A1/1-2   11 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/A1/3-4   27 December 1628
inventory, actual total £117 3s 3d
DPRI/1/1628/A2
John ATKINSON, husbandman, of Lumly (Lumley) in the countie of Durham, parish of Chester in the Street [Lumley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/A2/1   1628
will
dated, 5 ... 1628
DPRI/1/1628/A2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £34 15s 12d
DPRI/1/1628/B2
Francis BARKER, yeoman, of parishe of Bushoppmidleham in the countye of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Franncis
DPRI/1/1628/B2/1   22 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/B2/2   12 October 1628
indented inventory, actual total £262 16s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £85 10s)
DPRI/1/1628/B3
Richard BARTLETT, yeoman, gentleman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/B3/1-2   6 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1628/B3/3-4   8 February 1629
inventory, actual total £671 2s (with account of funeral expenses of £12 13s)
DPRI/1/1628/B1
Roger BAYNBRIG, gentleman, of Freerhowse (Freerhouse) in Teasdale (parish of Middleton, Midleton in Teasdale) within the countie of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbrigge, Bainbrigg
DPRI/1/1628/B1/1-2   18 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/B4
Margaret BECKWITH, widow, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Margarett, Elizabeth
Will endorsed by probate office 'Elizabeth Beckwith'
DPRI/1/1628/B4/1-2   4 November 1628
will
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Tunstall of Newcastle merchant, (supervisor), during the minority of the executor (Isabell Beckwith, daughter)
DPRI/1/1628/B5
Edward BLACKETT, yeoman, of Bomley Rawe (Bumley Raw) in the parishe of Hamsterley in the countie of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Blacket, Blackit
see DPRI/4/8 f.156v: 2 Aug 1628
DPRI/1/1628/B5/1-2   6 November 1627
will
will further published, 31 May [1627]
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 213-215

DPRI/1/1628/B5/3   16 November 1627
copy will
Note discrepancy between date on will and date recorded in the copy of will.
DPRI/1/1628/B5/4   14 June 1628
indented inventory, actual total £381 9s 8d (with account of debts of £15 10s)
DPRI/1/1628/B6
William BONNER, of towne of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/B6/1-2   26 May 1628
account
account of Marie Bonner, relict
DPRI/1/1628/B7
Henry BOWES, merchant, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/B7/1-4   8 March 1629
indented inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1628/B8   20 February 1629
Henry BOWMAKER, husband of Alison Bowmaker, of parisch of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Harie, Hary. Died 24 August 1622
Inventory also contains a supplementary inventory of Bowmaker's wife Alison Bowmaker who died 6 Apr 1625. For the will of Alison Bowmaker, see - DPRI/1/1628/B8/3
DPRI/1/1628/B8/1   24 August 1622
will
subscribed: issued under the seal, 20 Feb 1629
DPRI/1/1628/B8/2   6 February 1626
inventory of Henry Bowmaker, actual total £3 19s 6d
with inventory of Alisone Bowmaker, undated, actual total £4 3s 4d
(1) inventory of Henry Bowmaker; (2) inventory of Alisone Bowmaker of Norham, relict of Henry Bowmaker (d. 6 Apr 1625).
DPRI/1/1628/B8   6 February 1629
Alisone BOWMAKER, [wife of Henry Bowmaker of Norham] [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Alinson
The inventory (£4 3s 4d) of Alisone Bowmaker is appended to that of her husband, see - DPRI/1/1628/B8/2
DPRI/1/1628/B8/3   6 April 1625
will
probate granted at Berwick to Rollend Fresyd (Rolland Fawside), son-in-law, 6 Feb 1629
DPRI/1/1628/B9
James BRABAN, of Bishop Auckland [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/B9/1   8 February 1628
inventory
administration granted to Isabell Braban
DPRI/1/1628/B10
Henry BULMER, plumber, of towne and countye of Newcastle upon Tyne, chapelry of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Bullmer
DPRI/1/1628/B10/1   4 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1628/B10/2-3   4 January 1629
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/B10/4-5   26 January 1629
inventory, actual total £116 7s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £26 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1628/B11
Cuthbert BURRELL, the elder, yeoman, of Gainfoord (Gainford) in the countie of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/B11/1   10 January 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/B11/2-3   21 February 1628
inventory, actual total £82 12s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/C1
Ralphe CALVERLEY, merchant, of parishe of St Nicholas within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Raphe
DPRI/1/1628/C1/1   11 May 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/C2
John CARR, son of Raphe Carr of Newcastle, merchant, grandson of John Carr of Newcastle, merchant, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Carr made his will 'being now prest & bound upon a voyage to sea in his said Majesties service'.
DPRI/1/1628/C2/1   19 May 1625
will
DPRI/1/1628/C3
Jasper CHARLETON, gentleman, of Haukhopp (Hawkupp, Haukupp) in Tindall in the countie of Northumberland [Bellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Charlton
DPRI/1/1628/C3/1   3 February 1627
will
endorsed: bond entered; Thomas Charleton, John Robson, Ambrose Charlton, bondsmen; [?probate] granted to Mark Grinwell of Bellingham
DPRI/1/1628/C3/2   3 May 1628
inventory, actual total £11 4s
DPRI/1/1628/C4
Raphe CLAVERING, gentleman, of Tilmouth (Tillmouth) within the chappelry of Cornell within the liberty of Norhame and countie pallantyne off Durhame [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Raph, Clavaring
DPRI/1/1628/C4/1-2   14 February 1627
will
probate granted at Norham to Edward Clavering, son, during the minority of the executors, Raphe and George Clavering, grandsons, 27 Feb 1629
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 200

DPRI/1/1628/C4/3   undated
inventory, actual total £33 1s 8d
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 200

DPRI/1/1628/C5
Thomas COCK, merchant adventurer, of parish of St Nicolas in the towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/C5/1   8 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1628/C5/2-6   2 March 1629
inventory, actual total £57 17s 8d
with inventory, 3 March 1629, actual total £1,241 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £131 12s 2d)
(1) inventory of goods at Newcastle (£57 17s 8d); (2) inventory of goods at Mounton [florens valued at 6s]
DPRI/1/1628/C6
John COLLEDGE, yeoman, of Cornforth in the county of Duresme [Cornforth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/C6/1-2   7 December 1628
will
Will, with list of debts owed by the testator of £11 8s 6d. Endorsed: proved; tuition of four named children and one as yet unborn granted to Dorothie Colledge, relict (and co-executor)
DPRI/1/1628/C6/3   17 December 1628
indented inventory, actual total £89 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/C7
Robert COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Eslington [Whittingham, Northumberland]
For the inventory of Robert Collingwood, see - DPRI/1/1627/C8/1
DPRI/1/1628/C7/1-2   20 December 1628
account
account of Dorothie Collingwood, relict
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 219-220

DPRI/1/1628/C8
William COOKE, of Escombe (Escomb) in the countie of Durham [Escomb, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/C8/3-4   1 September 1628
nuncupative will, 1 August 1628
with inventory, actual total £23 9s 4d (with account of debts of £3)
subscribed: Margery Cooke spinster (daughter and sole executrix), Robert Nicholl and William Todd, obligors
DPRI/1/1628/C8/1-2   1 August 1628
fair copy nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1628/C9
An COVERLY, widow, of Barmsdell within the parish of Washington (Washinton) and county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Ann, Coverley
DPRI/1/1628/C9/1-2   27 February 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/C9/3   27 February 1628
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1628/C9/4-5   5 March 1628
inventory, actual total £22 13s 10d (with account of debts of 8s)
endorsed: John Cooke, Robert Crawe and John Rackett, obligors (£40)
DPRI/1/1628/D1
Robert DAVISON, of Brodbury in the county palatyne of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/D1/1-2   16 January 1629
inventory
administration granted to Margaret [Davison], relict, also for the use of seven named children
DPRI/1/1628/D2
Thomas DAVISON, skinner, glover, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Will endorsed by probate office 'will and inventory': the latter is not present.
DPRI/1/1628/D2/1-2   28 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/D3
Thomas DENT, clerk, of Sadforth (Shaudforth, Shadforth) in the parishe of Pittington in the countye palatine of Durham [Shadforth, County Durham]; also spelt Daent
DPRI/1/1628/D3/1-2   12 December 1626
will
DPRI/1/1628/D3/3-4   25 August 1628
inventory, actual total £124 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/D5
Thomas DICKSON, of Woullsinghame (Wolsinghame, Woolsingham) [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Diksone, Dikson, Dixon
DPRI/1/1628/D5/1-2   2 February 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/D5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £41 5s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1628/D4
Johne DITCHBORNE, house-carpenter, of within the towne and county of Newcastle uppone Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt John, Ditchburne
Ditchborne requests his burial at Newcastle St John.
DPRI/1/1628/D4/1-2   undated
will
endorsed with (undated) list of debts owed to (£2 15s and more) and owed by (£1 1s 4d) the testator
DPRI/1/1628/D4/3-4   24 March 1628
inventory, actual total £10 0s 9d
Dated 24 Mar 1628 at head of page 1, and 24 May 1628 at head of page 2.
DPRI/1/1628/D6
Robert DOTCHON, alias Dotchan, husbandman, of Hart (Harte) within the countie of Durham [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Dodshon, Dodgson
DPRI/1/1628/D6/1-2   2 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/D6/3-4   26 November 1628
inventory, actual total £350 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/D6/6   undated
allegation
allegation of John Dotchon, (father of the deceased and) tutor of the executor John Dotchon, introducing the will
DPRI/1/1628/D6/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Isabell Dodgshon, relict to the witnesses on the part of John Dodgshon, (son and) executor
DPRI/1/1628/E1   10 December 1628
Thomas ERRINGTONE, gentleman, of the Hirst in the parish of Woodhorne in the countie of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Errington
see DPRI/4/8 f.182v: 10 Dec 1628
DPRI/1/1628/E1/1-2   11 December 1626
will
date uncertain
DPRI/1/1628/E1/3-6   undated
indented inventory, actual total £185 11s 2d
DPRI/1/1628/E1/7   6 December 1628
commission
commission to John Robson MA, rector of Morpeth, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Barbara Errington, relict and co-executor (John Errington, son, the other executor renouncing), and also to grant to her the tuition of eight named children; also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1628/E3
Henry EWBANCKE, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ewbanck
DPRI/1/1628/E3/1   10 January 1629
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 220

DPRI/1/1628/E3/2-3   19 January 1629
indented inventory, actual total £112 7s (with account of funeral expenses of £8)
inventory of household and north and south shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1628/E2
Edward EWBANKE, gentleman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Ewbancke, Ewbank
Ewbanke was born at Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland.
DPRI/1/1628/E2/1-2   16 November 1628
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1628/E2/3
wrapper
endorsed with information relating to the will of Sir William Reed of Holy Island, proved in 1604 (see DPRI/1/1604/R1).
DPRI/1/1628/E4
Henrie EWBANKE, parson of Whickham, clerk, of Whickham (Whickam) within the countie of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Henry, Ewbank, Ewbanck
DPRI/1/1628/E4/1-2   28 November 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/E4/3-9   11 December 1628
inventory, actual total £898 2s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £364 5s 2d)
inventory includes goods etc. at Bewley, Staindrop
DPRI/1/1628/F1
Richard FARELEYS, draper, tailor, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Fareles
DPRI/1/1628/F1/1   27 April 1628
will
[formerly] with list of debts owed by (£27 9s) and owed to (£29 2s) the testator
DPRI/1/1628/F1/4   27 April 1628
list of debts
list of debts owed by (£27 9s) and owed to (£29 2s) the testator
DPRI/1/1628/F1/2-3   16 May 1628
inventory, actual total £90 8s 10d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1628/F2
Edward FAWCUS, of Long Houghton (Longhoughton) [Longhoughton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/F2/1   27 June 1628
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £10 16s 8d (with account of debts of £7 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1628/F2/2   27 June 1628
copy will
with copy inventory, undated, actual total £10 16s 8d (with account of debts of £7 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1628/F3   24 November 1628
Thomas FENWICK, yeoman, of brough of Barwicke upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
There is further mention of Thomas Fenwick's estate in the will of Elias Pratt (see DPRI/1/1635/P9).
DPRI/1/1628/F3/1-2   30 May 1628
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owing to the testator, all included within the inventory [see below]
DPRI/1/1628/F3/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £163 16s 7d
dated 7 ...
DPRI/1/1628/F3/5   23 October 1628
commission
commission to Gilbert Durie MA, preacher of Berwick-upon-Tweed, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to William Fenwicke [cousin] and John Satterthwaite executors, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed at Berwick by Durie, 24 Nov 1628
DPRI/1/1628/F4
Peter FORCER, of parishe of Kelloe [Kelloe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/F4/1-2   7 February 1629
account
Account of Robert Robinson gentleman. Subscribed: approved, 6 Feb 1629.
DPRI/1/1628/G1
George GARE, tanner, of Morpeth in the countye of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Gaire
DPRI/1/1628/G1/1   16 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/G1/2   19 September 1628
inventory, actual total £79 11s 10d
DPRI/1/1628/G2
Thomas GARGRAVE, yeoman, of the Toft Hill (Tofthill) within the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/G2/1   14 September 1628
nuncupative will
endorsed: administration and the tuition of Isabell Gargrave, daughter, granted to Mary Gargrave relict, for the use of the said Isabell Gargrave, daughter and executrix
DPRI/1/1628/G2/2   17 September 1628
inventory, actual total £33 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £2 10s)
DPRI/1/1628/G3
William GARTH, of Headlam [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Garthe. Died 12 February 1628
The transfer of administration refers to 'some few verbal words' of a nuncupative will (not present).
DPRI/1/1628/G3/1-2   20 February 1628
inventory, actual total £18 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 11s 4d)
endorsed: administration and bond, William Garth
DPRI/1/1628/G3/3   6 April 1628
renunciation
transfer of administration by Richard, Roger and William Garth, sons, nominating George Dent of Headlam to administer
DPRI/1/1628/G4
John GLASENBY, yeoman, of Birtley in the county of Durham, parish of Chester in the Street [Birtley St John, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/G4/1-2   3 April 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/G4/3   12 June 1628
inventory, actual total £88 5s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/H1
Edward HALL, yeoman, of Munkerage within the parish of Elsdenn (Elsden) and countie of Northumberland [Elsdon, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/H1/1   17 March 1625
[copy] will
neither signed nor sealed
DPRI/1/1628/H1/2   17 March 1625
[copy] will
neither signed nor sealed
DPRI/1/1628/H2
Elizabeth HALL, widow, of cytye of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/H2/1-2   20 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/H2/3   8 February 1629
indented inventory, actual total £33 17s 4d (with account of debts of £1)
DPRI/1/1628/H3
Thomas HALL, baker, beer-brewer, of towne and countye of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/H3/1   30 November 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/H3/2   20 November 1628
indented inventory, actual total £248 8s 8d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £10 10s)
DPRI/1/1628/H4   14 February 1629
George HARBOTTELL, gentleman, of Tuggall Hall (Tuggell, Tugghill) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Harbottle, Harbottel
DPRI/1/1628/H4/1   27 May 1627
will
Will, subscribed with (undated) list of debts owed by the testator of £57 4s 8d. Probate and the tuition of [Margarett, Phillis and George Harbottle,] the (minor) children granted at Alnwick to Margaret Harbottle, relict and sole executrix, 14 Feb 1629
DPRI/1/1628/H4/2   11 June 1627
inventory, actual total £216 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/H5
Steven HARLE, merchant, of Wester Salt Panns nigh South Sheilds in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/H5/1-2   1 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/H5/3-4   16 October 1628
inventory, actual total £499 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/H6   26 July 1628
Robert HARRIGATE, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/8 f.158: 26 July 1628
DPRI/1/1628/H6/1-2   30 May 1628
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/H7
Christofer HARRISON, of chaplerie of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/H7/1   17 September 1626
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1628/H7/2   17 September 1626
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/H8
Richard HERISONNE, yeoman, of Newtoune in the county of Northumberland, Bywell Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Harrison, Herrisonne
DPRI/1/1628/H8/1   17 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/H8/2   2 December 1628
indented inventory, actual total £27 13s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1628/H9
Thomas HUNTERSHEILD, yeoman, of parishe of Hamsterley within the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/H9/1   7 November 1626
will
DPRI/1/1628/H9/2-3   7 November 1626
inventory, actual total £29 7s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 8s 4d)
DPRI/1/1628/H10
Hugh HUTCHESON, the eldest, tanner, of Framwellgate (Framwelgate) neere the cittie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hutchinson
DPRI/1/1628/H10/1   30 January 1628
will
endorsed: administration granted to Elizabeth Hutcheson, relict, for the use of Hugh, John and Thomas Hutcheson sons, executors in their minority
DPRI/1/1628/H10/2   30 January 1628
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/H10/3-4   12 May 1628
inventory, actual total £38 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/H10/5   12 May 1628
copy inventory, actual total £38 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/H11
Mathew HYND, yeoman, of East Brandon in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Hinde
DPRI/1/1628/H11/1   12 November 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/H11/2-3   25 November 1628
inventory, actual total £172 4s 2d
DPRI/1/1628/J1
John JACKSON, son of Martyn Jackson, yeoman, of Helmden (Helmeden) Raw of the parish of Brancpeth (Brancepeth) and county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/J1/2   17 December 1602
nuncupative will
date uncertain
DPRI/1/1628/J1/1   undated
inventory, actual total £345
DPRI/1/1628/J2
Martyn JACKSON, of Helmeden Raw of the parish of Brancpeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]
It is probable that this is the same Martyn Jackson who was the father and universal legatee of John Jackson, whose 1602 nuncupative will was also proved in 1628 (see DPRI/1/1628/J1). John Jackson's inventory is valued at exactly £345.
DPRI/1/1628/J2/1-2   undated
account
account of Elizabeth Jackson, daughter and executrix
DPRI/1/1628/J3
Henry JOHSON, master and mariner, of Byker Chaire, towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Johnsone, Johnson
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle All Saints
DPRI/1/1628/J3/1   14 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1628/K1   12 November 1628
Barbara KENDREW, of Thornton in the [Moor, Yorkshire] [North Otterington, Yorkshire]
Name and address drawn from Probate Act book, DPRI/4/8 f.172v: probate granted to Ellen Richardson, executrix, 12 Nov 1628.
DPRI/1/1628/K1/1   undated
inventory
formerly used as a wrapper
DPRI/1/1628/K2   13 November 1628
Aristottell KNOWSLEY, father of John Knowsley B.D., minister of Tansor, Northamptonshire, Master, gentleman, of towne and brough of Berwick upon Tweed (Barwicke upon Tweede) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Aristotle, Knowlesley
DPRI/1/1628/K2/1   14 October 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/K2/2-3   13 November 1628
inventory, actual total £72 16s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £14 6s 3d)
endorsed: neither sealed nor paid
DPRI/1/1628/K2/4   8 November 1628
commission
commission to Gilbert Durie M.A., preacher of Berwick-upon-Tweed, to examine and to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; commission executed at Berwick by Durie, 13 Nov 1628
DPRI/1/1628/L1
Symond LADLE, of Owintonn in the parishe of Owinghame (Ovingham) [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Simon, Ladlee
DPRI/1/1628/L1/1   23 May 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/L1/2   25 June 1628
inventory, actual total £305 0s 12d
DPRI/1/1628/L2
Arthur LEE, of the Nether Crage in Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/L2/1-2   26 July 1625
will
DPRI/1/1628/L2/3   5 September 1625
inventory, actual total £35 10s
DPRI/1/1628/M1
Christofer MAN, of parish of Pittington [Pittington, County Durham]; also spelt Mann
DPRI/1/1628/M1/1
account
account of Richard Man, brother and executor
DPRI/1/1628/M2   20 October 1628
Anthonie METCALFE, merchant adventurer, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mitcalf, Metcalf
Metcalfe died in Yorkshire. His estate was accounted together with that of his widow, Eden Metcalfe, who died before administration was granted to John Eden for the use of Jane, Anne and Eden Metcalfe, daughters. Date of probate drawn from memorandum subscribed to inventory of Eden Metcalfe.
DPRI/1/1628/M2/1-3   16 July 1627
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1628/M2/4-5   30 March 1629
account, actual total £100 8s 8d (with discharge of £105 1s 1d)
Account of John Eden of Newcastle concerning the administration of the estates of both Anthony Metcalfe and of his wife Eden Metcalfe. Subscribed: John Eden accountant speak to Gabriel Jackson [?proctor]. For the inventory of Eden Metcalfe, see DPRI/1/1628/M2/6.
DPRI/1/1628/M2   20 October 1628
Eden METCALFE, wife of Anthony Eden, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mitcalf
For the joint account of Eden Metcalfe with her husband Anthony Metcalfe see DPRI/1/1628/M2/4-5, filed with the probate records of Anthony Metcalfe. [The images of all of Anthony Metcalfe's and Eden Metcalfe's documents will be attached with this record.]
DPRI/1/1628/M2/6   26 January 1629
indented inventory
subscribed: query relating to 20 Oct 1628 grant of administration to John Eden for the use of Jane, Anne and Eden Metcalfe, daughters
DPRI/1/1628/M3
Charles MIDLETON, gentleman, of Bellshaw in the countie of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Middleton. Died 11 May 1628
DPRI/1/1628/M3/1   20 May 1628
indented inventory
exhibited by Thomas Middleton, 13 June 1628
DPRI/1/1628/M4
Ector MILBORNE, yeoman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Hector
DPRI/1/1628/M4/1-2   6 March 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/M4/3   1 May 1628
indented inventory, actual total £12 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £3)
DPRI/1/1628/M5
John MITTFORDE, of Espeley (Espley) [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Mitford
DPRI/1/1628/M5/1   6 May 1628
inventory
DPRI/1/1628/M6
John MUSCHAMP, house-carpenter, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Muschampe
DPRI/1/1628/M6/1   5 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/M6/2-3   20 November 1628
inventory, actual total £17 7s (with account of funeral expenses of £11)
DPRI/1/1628/N1
Patricke NEALSON, chapman, of in the Castell Garth in the county of Northumberland of the parish of Sant Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Neallson, Nelson
DPRI/1/1628/N1/1   19 February 1624
will
endorsed: sworn, no [probate] act
DPRI/1/1628/N1/2   15 March 1624
inventory, actual total £15 0s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 12s)
DPRI/1/1628/O1
Christopher OVINGTON, of Whorleton with in the county of Durhame [Whorlton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/O1/1-2   16 January 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/O1/3-4   6 February 1628
inventory, actual total £90 4s 10d (with account of debts of £10 5s)
DPRI/1/1628/O2
John OVINGTON, of Whorleton [Whorlton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/O2/1   undated
account
account of John Ovington, son and executor; subscribed with account of the allocation of portions amongst the widow and six named children
DPRI/1/1628/P1
Thomas PATTISON, mason, of parish of St Johns within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/P1/1   27 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/P1/2   28 August 1628
inventory, actual total £15 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/P2
Robart PAWLIN, of parish of Ilderton [Ilderton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/P2/1-2   24 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/P2/3   24 July 1628
inventory, actual total £10 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/P3
Nicholas PEARSON, glover, Crosgait within the parishe of Saint Margettes within the cittie of Durham, Milbone Streat [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/P3/1-2   1 March 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/P3/3-4   28 November 1628
inventory, actual total £58 5s 9d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1628/P4   8 March 1629
Robert PEARSON, yeoman, of Trimden (Trimdon) in the county pallatine of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Peareson
see DPRI/4/8 f.203v: 8 Mar 1629
DPRI/1/1628/P4/1-2   3 February 1629
will
with inventory, 26 March 1629, actual total £154 14s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £13 18s 11d)
Will, with contemporaneous list of debts owed to the testator of £115 19s 7d [not accounted within the inventory total]
DPRI/1/1628/P4/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1628/P5
Raphe PEVERALL, yeoman, of Westerton alias West Merrington in the parishe of St Andrewe Auckland in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Raph, Paverall
DPRI/1/1628/P5/1-2   14 December 1627
will
endorsed: administration granted to Cuthbert Hopper and Brian Paverall for the use of John Peverall, son and executor, a minor; William, George and Jane [Peverall], children
DPRI/1/1628/P5/3   22 August 1628
inventory, actual total £122 7s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £69 3s 5d)
DPRI/1/1628/P6   16 January 1629
Robert PHILLIPPS, cordwainer, of parish of Gateshead (Gaitesyde, Gateside) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Phillips, Robartt, Philleps
For the account of the administration, see - DPRI/1/1631/P2/1-2
DPRI/1/1628/P6/1   25 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/P6/2-3   30 December 1628
indented inventory, actual total £73 16s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/P6/4   16 January 1629
commission
Commission to Joseph Browne, rector of Gateshead, and George Wood, curate of Gateshead, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Thomas Arrowsmith for the use of Thomas Phillipps, son and sole executor, and also to grant to Arrowsmith the tuition of the same; also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Wood, 16 Jan 1629, the inventory, however, not being sworn at that time as it was incomplete.
DPRI/1/1628/P9
Marye PLACE, of Dinsdall (Dinsdale) in the countie of Durham [Dinsdale, County Durham]
Not found in Probate Act book DPRI/4/8.
DPRI/1/1628/P9/1   1 November 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/P7/2   6 February 1629
commission
commission to Ralph Richardson MA, vicar of Aycliffe, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Robert Place, [son and] sole executor, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Richardson, (undated)
DPRI/1/1628/R1
Robert RADCLIFFE, gentleman, of Thropton Spitle in the parishe of Roathburie [Rothbury, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/R1/1-2   undated
account
account of Tristeram Fenwicke gentleman
DPRI/1/1628/R3
Raphe READ, yeoman, of Cassoppe in the parish of Kelloe in the countie of Durham [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]; also spelt Reade
DPRI/1/1628/R3/1   12 May 1628
will
endorsed with (undated) list of debts owed to the testator of £34 1 8d
DPRI/1/1628/R3/2-3   26 May 1628
inventory, actual total £299 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/R2
Ann REED, spinster, of Lumley in the countie of Durham, parish of Chester [Lumley, County Durham]; also spelt Annas, Read
DPRI/1/1628/R2/1   17 August 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/R2/2-3   22 September 1628
inventory, actual total £68 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 3s)
DPRI/1/1628/R4
Isabell RIDLEY, widow, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Issabell
DPRI/1/1628/R4/1-2   29 September 1623
copy will
with copy codicil, 29 September 1623
copy will and codicil endorsed with memorandum of John Hall certifying its accuracy, 22 May 1626
DPRI/1/1628/R5   28 February 1629
Margrett ROTHERUPP, widow, of towne of Berwick uppon Tweed (Berwicke) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Rotherup, Margret, Rotheram
DPRI/1/1628/R5/1-2   15 January 1629
will
probate granted at Berwick to Christopher Rodham of Berwick, [husband of the executrix Hester Rodham, daughter], 28 Feb 1629
DPRI/1/1628/R5/3   13 February 1629
inventory, actual total £3 8s 4d
DPRI/1/1628/R6
Edward RYDLYE, otherwise called Edward Rydley, weaver, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne and of the parish of St Andrew [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Tayler, Ridley, Rydley
DPRI/1/1628/R6/1   22 February 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/S1
Thomas SALKELD, merchant, of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) in the countie of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/S1/1-2   2 April 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/S1/3   1 July 1628
inventory, actual total £130 12s
DPRI/1/1628/S2
Matthew SHORT, fuller, of Elvitt within the parishe of St Oswolds (Oswald) within the suburbs of the cittie of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/S2/1-2   11 June 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/S2/3-5   22 September 1628
inventory, actual total £32 16s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 18s 4d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1628/S3   20 February 1629
Robert SMART, of Lowick (Lowicke) [Lowick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/S3/1-2   28 March 1626
will
with inventory, 28 March 1626, actual total £25 3s (with account of debts of £3 4s)
subscribed: (1) probate and the tuition of Thomas Smart, son, granted at Tweedmouth granted to Robert Smart, executor, 6 Feb 1629; (2) issued under the seal, 20 Feb 1629.
DPRI/1/1628/S4
William SMYTH, of Usshawe (Ushawe) [Esh, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1628/S4/1   21 September 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/S4/2   26 September 1628
inventory, actual total £100 13s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 4s 4d)
DPRI/1/1628/S5   5 August 1628
Oswold SOPPETT, yeoman, of Ryall (Riall) within the parishe of Stamfordham [Ryal, Northumberland]; also spelt Oswald, Soppet
see DPRI/4/8 f.157: 5 Aug 1628
DPRI/1/1628/S5/1   17 March 1626
will
DPRI/1/1628/S5/2   28 April 1628
inventory, actual total £34 11s 8d
DPRI/1/1628/S6
William STROTHER, of towne of Berwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/S6/1-2   November 1628
account
account of Judith Strother, relict
DPRI/1/1628/S8
William SWAN, of Lourebuttle of the parishe of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]. Died 28 September 1627
DPRI/1/1628/S8/1   28 September 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/S8/2   28 September 1627
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/S8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £24 16s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 8s 8d)
DPRI/1/1628/S7   9 March 1629
William SWANN, yeoman, of Woodhorne [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Swan
DPRI/1/1628/S7/1-2   16 April 1628
will
subscribed: (1) probate granted at Morpeth to Claudius Browne, executor (and son-in-law), 21 Jan 1629; (2) issued under the seal, 9 Mar 1629
DPRI/1/1628/S7/3   9 December 1628
inventory, actual total £23 12s 8d (with account of debts of £3 17s)
DPRI/1/1628/S9
John SWINBURNE, gentleman, of Blacke Heddon (Blackheddon) in the county of Northumberland [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Swinborne
DPRI/1/1628/S9/1   15 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/S9/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £475 1s 2d
DPRI/1/1628/S10   27 February 1629
James SYMSONE, yeoman, of Sowth Sheles (South Sheilds) within the countie of Durhame [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Simpson
DPRI/1/1628/S10/1-2   9 November 1628
will
Will, with contemporaneous list of debts owed to (£8 0s 1d) and by (£5 1s 4d) the testator. Subscribed: the executors renounced administration, and the tutor also renounced, 14 Feb 1629; administration and also the tuition of John Symsone, son, granted to Katherine Symsone, relict, 27 Feb 1629
DPRI/1/1628/S10/3-4   20 November 1628
inventory, actual total £49 17s 7d
DPRI/1/1628/T1
Peter TAYLOR, beer-brewer, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne and parish of Alhallowes [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Tailor
DPRI/1/1628/T1/1-2   24 February 1628
will
endorsed: with bond; expedited
DPRI/1/1628/T1/3-4   18 March 1628
inventory, actual total £144 5s 4d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £27 1s 8d)
DPRI/1/1628/T2
Anne TEASDALE, widow, of Bangdeland in the parish of Wolsingham and countie of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/T2/1   8 April 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/T2/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £141 1s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £15 17s 4d)
subscribed with memorandum relating that £6 14s is to be deducted from the inventory of the deceased's children's father [?John Teasdale]
DPRI/1/1628/T3   29 October 1628
John TEISDELL, yeoman, of Clargill within the parish of Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Teasdayle, Teasdaile, Teasdell. Died 7 October 1627
see DPRI/4/8 f.169v: proved, 29 Oct 1628
DPRI/1/1628/T3/1-2   7 October 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/T3/4   undated
codicil
List of debts owed to (£8 4s) and owed by (£7 12s 11d) the testator; subscribed with additional bequests that do not feature in the will. [This item appears to be a transcription from a document drawn up before the testator's death, with later additions.]
DPRI/1/1628/T3/3   undated
inventory, actual total £88
DPRI/1/1628/W1
Anthony WALKER, house-carpenter, of Newcastle of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/W1/1   18 October 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/W1/2-3   11 November 1628
inventory, actual total £36 11s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 6s)
DPRI/1/1628/W2
Allixander WALTON, of parish of Aldston [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Alexander
DPRI/1/1628/W2/1   19 May 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/W2/2-3   19 May 1627
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/W2/4   28 May 1627
inventory, actual total £21 12s 8d
endorsed: no [probate] act; bond entered. [Note, however, that the same 'no probate act' memorandum was endorsed on the copy of the will, but later cancelled.]
DPRI/1/1628/W3
Nycholas WALTON, of the chappell of Garrigill (Garragill) [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Nicholas
DPRI/1/1628/W3/1   31 July 1627
will
DPRI/1/1628/W3/2   22 April 1628
inventory, actual total £18 6s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 6s 7d)
DPRI/1/1628/W4
Cuthbert WATSON, weaver, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/W4/1   29 May 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/W4/2   3 June 1628
inventory, actual total £5 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 15s)
DPRI/1/1628/W5
Thomas WRANGHAM, yeoman, of North Sheeles (Sheles) in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1628/W5/1   11 January 1628
will
DPRI/1/1628/W5/2-3   11 February 1628
inventory, actual total £753 2s
DPRI/1/1628/W6
Sir Jerome WRAYE, vicar of Thornton-le-Street, clerk, of Thorntone ley Streate in the countye of Yorke [Thornton-le-Street, Yorkshire]; also spelt Wray
DPRI/1/1628/W6/1   29 February 1628
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1628/W7
Richard WRIGHT, yeoman, of Brigghouse (Brighouse, Brighowse) in Teasdaile within the county of Durham, parish of Middletonne in Teasdall (Middleton in Teasdale) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1628/W7/1   12 April 1628
will
Subscribed: proved by commission at Middleton in Teasdale, 30 May [1628]. Endorsed: (1) [contemporaneous] list of debts owed to the testator of £32 2s; (2) memorandum relating to a commission issued to Anthony Maxton, rector of Middleton in Teasdale, 'for Mr Francis Bainbrigg', [step-son; although Wright's widow is named as the executor in the will].
DPRI/1/1628/W7/2-3   1 May 1628
inventory, actual total £98 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £33 11s)
DPRI/1/1628/Y1
John YOUNGE, yeoman, of Bywell Peter in the county of Northumberlande [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Young
DPRI/1/1628/Y1/1   5 December 1626
will
DPRI/1/1628/Y1/2   5 December 1626
copy will
DPRI/1/1628/Y1/3   30 March 1627
indented inventory, actual total £13 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 17s 10d)
DPRI/1/1628/Y1/4   30 March 1627
copy indented inventory, actual total £13 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 17s 10d)
Wills etc proved 1629
Reference: DPRI/1/1629
DPRI/1/1629/A1
John ALMERIE, of Creswell, Woodhorne [Cresswell, Northumberland]; also spelt Almery
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B245
DPRI/1/1629/A1/1-2   16 September 1629
will
probate granted at Woodhorn to Awderie Almerie, (relict and) executrix, 13 Oct 1629
DPRI/1/1629/A1/3   24 September 1629
inventory, actual total £34 5s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 4s 11d)
DPRI/1/1629/A2   27 April 1629
Oswald ARCHBALD, yeoman, of parish of Tweedmouth (Twedmouth) in the county pallentyne of Durhame [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Oswold, Archibald, Archbalde
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B91
DPRI/1/1629/A2/1-2   13 February 1629
will
Will, with list of debts owed to (£15 10s) and owed by (£1 11s 6d) the testator. Probate and tuition of Isabell Archbald, daughter, granted at Branxton to Dorethie Archbald, relict (and sole executrix), 27 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/A2/3   25 March 1629
inventory, actual total £51 13s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/A3   10 April 1629
Nichollas ARMORER, of Balmbrough (Balmebrough) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Armourer
DPRI/1/1629/A3/1-2   17 November 1628
inventory
Administration, and the tuition of Nicholas Edward and Ellinor Armorer children, granted at Bamburgh to Thomas and William Armorer of Belford gentlemen, brothers, 10 Apr 1629; Ellinor Armorer, relict, having renounced administration and tuition the same day
DPRI/1/1629/A4
Randall ATCHISON, of the Pennpew in the parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Atcheson. Died 5 July 1629
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B162
DPRI/1/1629/A4/1   28 June 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/A4/2   undated
inventory, actual total £10 9s 6d (with account of funeral charges of £3)
DPRI/1/1629/A5
Ales ATKINSON, widow, of Fawles in Wolsinghame parishe and in the countye of Durhame [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Alice, Ackinson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B213
DPRI/1/1629/A5/1   17 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/A5/2   26 August 1629
inventory, actual total £23 2s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £5)
DPRI/1/1629/A6
Reynard ATKINSON, of Newton Bewley [Billingham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B257
DPRI/1/1629/A6/1   23 September 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/A6/2   19 November 1629
inventory, actual total £145 17s 10d
DPRI/1/1629/B1
Francis BAINBRIDGE, yeoman, of West Thickley (Thickle) in the parishe of Heighington [Heighington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/B1/1-2   27 April 1629
nuncupative will
administration granted to Henry Bainbridge
DPRI/1/1629/B1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £26 9s
DPRI/1/1629/B2
Thomas BARNES, yeoman, of Westwicke in the chapplery of Barnard Castle in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/B2/1-2   28 August 1620
will
DPRI/1/1629/B2/3   1 October 1629
inventory, actual total £8 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/B3
William BAYLES, of Staindropp (Staindroppe) in the county pallatine of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Bailes
DPRI/1/1629/B3/1-2   18 August 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/B3/3-4   5 November 1629
inventory, actual total £54 17s 8d
endorsed: exhibited, 16 Dec 1630
DPRI/1/1629/B4
Cutbert BELL, yeoman, of Greate Oswoorth (Osworth) in the parish of Washington in the countie palatine of Durham [Usworth, County Durham]; also spelt Cutberte, Cuthbert
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B45
DPRI/1/1629/B4/1   4 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/B4/2   20 February 1629
inventory, actual total £117 0s 6d (with account of debts of £6 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1629/B5
Rolland BELL, yeoman, Burneygell in the perish of Branspeth, Ferryhill (Ferriehill) in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham; Ferryhill, County Durham]; also spelt Rowland
see DPRI/4/8 f.217v
DPRI/1/1629/B5/1-2   3 February 1626
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £21
DPRI/1/1629/B5/3-4   18 November 1629
inventory, actual total £19 8s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/B6
Jane BERREMAN, widow, of St Andrew Auckland (Awkland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Berriman
DPRI/1/1629/B6/1   7 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/B6/2-3   13 January 1630
inventory, actual total £142 17s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/B7
John BLAXTON, yeoman, of parish of Norton within the countye of Durham [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Blackston, Blakeston
DPRI/1/1629/B7/1-2   11 July 1623
will
endorsed: administration granted to Valentine Blaxton for the use of the executor (Robert Patteson, grandson)
DPRI/1/1629/B7/3-4   undated
account, actual total £125 3s 2d (with discharge of 31 1s)
Account of Volentine Blackston of Norton administrator, and also tutor of [the deceased's grandson] Robert Patteson, executor; legacies of £152 10s exceeded the net value of the estate.
DPRI/1/1629/B8
Thomas BLENKINSOPP, of Preston in the parishe of Aicliffe (Aickliffe) [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Blenkinsop
Blenkinsopp died 'an untimely death' necessitating a coroner.
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B109
DPRI/1/1629/B8/1   undated
account
Account of Charles Blenkinsopp, brother; discharge does not include a £30 bond owed to the deceased and the subject of litigation. Endorsed: Elizabeth Blenkinsop, daughter aged 20, chose her uncle Charles Blenkinsop as her curator, 25 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/B9
John BOURNE, of Cowpon (Coopon) in the parish of Billingham [Billingham, County Durham]. Died 2 October 1629
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B258
DPRI/1/1629/B9/1-2   28 September 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/B9/3-4   8 October 1629
inventory, actual total £233 4s
DPRI/1/1629/B10
Richard BOUTFLOWER, of Hedlye (Hedley) of the parishe of Owingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Bootfloore
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B46
DPRI/1/1629/B10/1   16 December 1628
will
subscribed: administration granted to Raph Boutflower (son and co-executor)
DPRI/1/1629/B10/2   6 January 1629
inventory, actual total £49 10s (with account of debts and funeral charges of £18 9s 6d)
DPRI/1/1629/B11
John BRACK, weaver, of Stockley in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Bracke
DPRI/1/1629/B11/1-2   23 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/B11/3   3 February 1630
inventory, actual total £30 4s
DPRI/1/1629/B12   22 December 1629
Henry BRANTINGAM, shipwright, parish (chapelry) of Alsaints of the towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tyne, Sandgaite within the liberties of the towne of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Brantingham
DPRI/1/1629/B12/1   10 June 1623
will
endorsed: proved, 22 Dec [1629]
DPRI/1/1629/B12/2-3   7 October 1629
indented inventory, actual total £6 8s 6d (with account of debts of £8 6s)
DPRI/1/1629/B13
Michaell BURRELL, of Thorindeane (Therinden, Thorneden), Kirkenewton [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Michell
DPRI/1/1629/B13/1-2   4 January 1630
copy will
with inventory, 4 January 1630, actual total £16 12s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £27 7s 8d)
probate granted at Wooler to Katherine Burrell, relict and co-executor, a power being reserved [to Thomas Burrell, son and the other executor], 12 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/B14
John BYERS, baker, beer-brewer, of parish of St Andrewes within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Byer
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B226
DPRI/1/1629/B14/1   9 September 1629
will
Will exhibited and administration granted to Matthew Byers for the use of John and Thomas Byers, sons and executors; tuition of John, Richard and Thomas Byers granted to Matthew Byers; tuition of William Byers granted to Katherine Byers, widow (not sworn).
DPRI/1/1629/B14/2-3   15 September 1629
indented inventory, actual total £147 18s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 12s)
DPRI/1/1629/C2
Willyam CAR, yeoman, of West Auckland (Awkland) in the countye of Durham [West Auckland, County Durham]; also spelt William, Carr
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B63
DPRI/1/1629/C2/1   7 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/C2/2-3   7 April 1629
inventory, actual total £117 17s 4d
administration granted to Agnes [Car, relict and] sole executrix
DPRI/1/1629/C1
Lanclot CARNABY, esquire, of chapelry of Halton in the countie of Northumberland [Halton, Northumberland]; also spelt Lanclote, Carniby, Carnabye
DPRI/1/1629/C1/1-2   30 April 1629
account
account of Christopher Chester, administrator in trust for the use of Katherine Carniby widow, Margaret, Mary and Elizabeth Carnaby daughters, executors
DPRI/1/1629/C4
Henry CHAYTOR, esquire, of Butterbye (Butterby) in the countye of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt Chaitor
DPRI/1/1629/C4/1   17 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/C3
Richard CHEPMAN, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Chapman
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B50
DPRI/1/1629/C3/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1629/C3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £42 3s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 8s 6d)
DPRI/1/1629/C5
Richard CLERK, gentleman, of Chester in the Streete in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Clarke
DPRI/1/1629/C5/1-2   11 May 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/C6   5 April 1630
Cuthbert COLLINGWOOD, of East Ditchburne (Ditchburn) [Eglingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/C6/2   22 October 1628
inventory
DPRI/1/1629/C6/1   25 June 1629
commission
Commission to Gilbert Durie MA, vicar of Ellingham, and ... Roberts (Robert Urquhart) MA, preacher of Eglingham, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ellenor Collingwood, relict; commission executed by Urquhart, 27 July 1629. Endorsed: issued under the seal, 5 Apr 1630
DPRI/1/1629/C7
George COLYER, yeoman, of Monnck Warmouthe (Munckwarmoth, Munckwermouth) in the countie of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Collier
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B72
DPRI/1/1629/C7/1-2   1 April 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/C7/3   13 April 1629
inventory, actual total £122 4s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £24 15s)
DPRI/1/1629/C8
Henry COOKE, yeoman, of Sherburne (Shearborne) in the county palatine of Durham [Sherburn, County Durham]; also spelt Henirie
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B212
DPRI/1/1629/C8/1-2   16 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/C8/3-4   12 January 1629
inventory, actual total £34 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £37 10s)
DPRI/1/1629/C9
Thomas COULTERD, house-carpenter, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Colterd, Coultherd, Colthird
DPRI/1/1629/C9/1   12 August 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/C9/2-3   21 September 1629
inventory, actual total £66 6s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1629/C10
Anthonie CRADOCKE, gentleman, of Woodhouses in the chaplerie of St Helleene Auckland (Awkland) [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/C10/1-2   undated
account
account of Anne Cradocke, relict
DPRI/1/1629/C11
Roger CRADOCKE, labourer, of Staynedrop (Staindroppe, Staindropp) in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/C11/1-2   19 February 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/C11/3-4   8 October 1629
inventory, actual total £17 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/D1
Sir Raphe DELAVALE, knight, Seaton Delavale in the countye of Northumberland, parish of Tinmouth and chapplerie of Earsdon [Seaton Delaval, Northumberland; Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Raiphe, Delavale
[Raphe Delavale's ?son's] account of the administration of the estate of Mary Swaddell (Swaldell) of Newcastle (DPRI/1/1630/S8/3-4) was formerly filed with these 1629 Delavale probate records, but is now re-filed with the records of Mary Swaddell.
DPRI/1/1629/D1/1-5   10 January 1624
will
DPRI/1/1629/D1/6-11   22 January 1629
inventory, actual total £2,934 6s 9d
[page order: 6r, 11l, 7r, 10l, 8r, 9l, 9r, 8l, 10r, 7l, 11r, 6l]
DPRI/1/1629/D3
William DICKSON, clerk, of Osmotherley in the countye of Yorke, Allertonshire [Osmotherley, Yorkshire]; also spelt Dixon
DPRI/1/1629/D3/1   24 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/D3/2-5   15 June 1629
inventory, actual total £131 18s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £37 12s 2d)
DPRI/1/1629/D2   11 July 1629
Richard DIGHTON, gentleman, of Walworth (Walleworth) in the countie of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B185
DPRI/1/1629/D2/1-2   12 June 1629
nuncupative will
endorsed: [?proved] 11 July 1629
DPRI/1/1629/D2/3   3 July 1629
inventory, actual total £19 6s 10d
DPRI/1/1629/D4
Alce DOD, widow, of the Halbarnes, parish of Simon-burne (Simonborne, Symondburne) [Simonburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Alles, Alice, Dodd
DPRI/1/1629/D4/1   16 February 1629
will
administration granted to Jane Ridley, [the sister of the deceased and] wife of John Ridley, for the use of [John Swinburne alias Thirlwall, nephew and] the executor, a minor
DPRI/1/1629/D4/2   undated
inventory, actual total £5 4s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/D5
Anthony DODSWORTHE, of parishe of Stranton [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Dodsworth
see DPRI/4/13 f.1v (damaged)
DPRI/1/1629/D5/1   undated
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1629/D6
Richard DOVER, butcher, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/D6/1   6 November 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/D6/2-4   4 January 1630
indented inventory, actual total £174 10s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £32 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/D7
Thomas DOWTHWAIT, of Willington [Willington, County Durham]; also spelt Dowthwaite, Dowthwaith
DPRI/1/1629/D7/1-2   20 January 1626
will
DPRI/1/1629/D7/3   12 February 1630
inventory, actual total £304 17s (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £185 2s)
DPRI/1/1629/D8
Issabell DUFFINE, widow, of Sowth Sheles (South Sheiles, Sheles) [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Isabell, Duffyn
DPRI/1/1629/D8/1-2   7 June 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/D8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £15 3s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1629/D9   15 March 1630
Richard DUTCHBORNE, of Lemettden (Lemetden), Edlingham [Edlingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Ditchburne, Dutchburne
see DPRI/4/13 f.12v: 15 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1629/D9/1-2   undated
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £39 2s (with account of debts of £9)
Will dated 3 Feb. Endorsed: probate granted at Alnwick to Thomas Adams of Longhoughton and his wife Isabell, [daughter and] sole executrix, 25 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/E1   29 October 1629
Archbald ELLOT, yeoman, of parish of Wooller (Woller, Wooler) within the countie of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Elwood, Ellott
Probate not recorded in Probate Act books.
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B247
DPRI/1/1629/E1/1   5 July 1629
will
probate granted at Wooler to Robert Elwood (Ellott), [son and] executor, 29 Oct 1629
DPRI/1/1629/E1/2   29 October 1629
inventory, actual total £22 2s 7d (with account of debts of £12 0s 4d)
DPRI/1/1629/E2
Humfrey ELSTOBB, of parishe of Bishopton [Bishopton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/E2/1-2   undated
second account
Second account of Alice Aire now wife of Richard Aire, former relict; first account dated 1623. Endorsed: office cause
DPRI/1/1629/E3
George EMERSON, senior, gentleman, of Eastgate (Eastyate, Eastyeat in Wardalle) in the parish of Stanhopp (Stanhope) in Wardell in the countye of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
Christopher Harrison and George Emerson are named as joint executors in the first will, while George Emerson is alone named as 'full' executor in the second will. See DPRI/4/8 ff.122v; 126v; 127v; 128; 130v; 131v; 134; 136v; 138; 139; 141v; 145v; 147v; 162; 210v; 214; 214v; 222: before 1627-Jan 1630. The Probate Act book is unfortunately damaged for the period covering 1629, but see also 1629 bond 201.
DPRI/1/1629/E3/1   10 October 1627
will
subscribed with memorandum relating to 13 Aug 1629 Durham Chancery case: Christopher Harrison [brother-in-law] v George Emerson [nephew]
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 211-212

DPRI/1/1629/E3/2   12 October 1627
will
Subscribed with memoradum relating to Anne Harrison, sister, and a cause promoted by her husband Christopher Harrison. Endorsed: with inventory, exhibited by Raph Emerson [?brother], 1 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1629/E3/3-4   5 November 1627
inventory, actual total £42 0s 8d
[exhibited by Raph Emerson (?brother), 1 Mar 1630]
DPRI/1/1629/E3/5
wrapper
endorsed: (1) [will] exhibited by Christopher Harreson; (2) duplicate
DPRI/1/1629/E4
John EMERSON, of parish of Gretham (Greatham) in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.3
DPRI/1/1629/E4/1   2 February 1629
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1629/E5
Sampson EWBANCKE, of Munckwermouth [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Ewbanke
DPRI/1/1629/E5/1-2   27 May 1629
account
account of Barbara Follansby (Follansbie), wife of Robert Follansby, former relict
DPRI/1/1629/F1   15 June 1629
Thomas FENWICK, gentleman, of Tweedmouth (Twedmoth) within the countie pallentine of Durham [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B125
DPRI/1/1629/F1/1   3 October 1626
will
probate granted at Berwick to William Fenwick of Tweedmouth and Lancelot Fenwick of Berwick gentlemen, (executors), 15 June 1629
DPRI/1/1629/F1/2-3   8 June 1629
inventory, actual total £74 6s 2d
DPRI/1/1629/F2   16 December 1629
Nicholas FORSTER, gentleman, of Catchburne (Catchborne, Catchborn) within the parish of Morpeth countie of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Foster
DPRI/1/1629/F2/1-2   21 October 1629
nuncupative will
with nuncupative codicil, 5 November 1629
administration granted to Alexander Foster (Forster) of Swinhoe gentleman, (nephew), and Gillian Habottle (Harbottle) of Preston widow, (sister), 16 Dec 1629
DPRI/1/1629/F2/3-5   10 November 1629
indented inventory
with inventory, 16 November 1629, actual total £86 18s 5d
inventory of goods etc. at Catchburn, with later inventory of goods etc. at Preston appended
DPRI/1/1629/F3   14 April 1629
Thomas FOSTER, of the Hill in the parishe of Corsensy (Corsenside) [Corsenside, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B94
DPRI/1/1629/F3/1-2   29 November 1623
will
endorsed: probate granted to Robert Foster, son and heir, executor, 14 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/F3/3   undated
indented inventory, actual total £3 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/G1
John GARRYE, yeoman, of Lowe Coniscliffe (Conisclyffe) in the county of Durham [Low Coniscliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Garrie
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B121
DPRI/1/1629/G1/1-2   18 May 1629
will
probate granted to John Garrie, nephew and co-executor
DPRI/1/1629/G1/3-4   16 June 1629
inventory, actual total £146 16s (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £82 17s 2d)
DPRI/1/1629/G2
Anthony GREAVESONNE, yeoman, of Foulthrop (Foulthropp) in the county of Durham [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Greivson, Anthonie, Grevesonne, Greaveson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B262
DPRI/1/1629/G2/1   16 July 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/G2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £20 11s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20 10s)
DPRI/1/1629/G3
Ellinor GREIVESON, spinster, of Rushiefoord in the parishe of Keirk Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Greivson
DPRI/1/1629/G3/1-2   19 April 1629
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1629/G3/3   16 May 1629
inventory, actual total £57
DPRI/1/1629/G4
Isabell GREIVSON, wife of John Greivson of Rushyford, widow, of Greate Chilton in the countie of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Greiveson, Grevson, Greveson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B197
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B71
DPRI/1/1629/G4/1   25 May 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/G4/2-3   20 August 1629
inventory, actual total £161 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/H1
Raphe HALL, yeoman, of Westoe in the countie of Durisme [Westoe, County Durham]; also spelt Rafe
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B54
DPRI/1/1629/H1/1-2   23 August 1628
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owing to the testator of £1 5s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/H1/3   26 March 1629
inventory, actual total £19 6s 10d
DPRI/1/1629/H2
Richard HALL, of the Easter Blackdeane in Wardell Forest [Stanhope, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B65
DPRI/1/1629/H2/1   1629
inventory
dated 18 ... 1629
DPRI/1/1629/H4
Nicholas HARBOTLE, gentleman, of Preston in the countye of Northumberland [Ellingham, Northumberland]
See DPRI/4/8 f.220: no parish given. Parish uncertain: Preston, Ellingham (with Harbottle family link); and Preston, Tynemouth. See Northumberland County History, II, p326.
DPRI/1/1629/H4/1-2   20 January 1625
will in the form of a [copy] deed of gift
DPRI/1/1629/H3   27 November 1629
Henry HARBOTTLE, gentleman, of Beanly (Beenely), Eglingham (Egglingham) [Eglingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Harbotle
DPRI/1/1629/H3/1   undated
will
probate and the tuition of seven named legitimate children and one illegitimate child granted at Chatton to Henry Ogle of Eglingham gentleman, (cousin and) co-executor, 27 Nov 1629
DPRI/1/1629/H3/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £146 16s 6d (with account of debts of £51 16s 3d)
DPRI/1/1629/H5
John HARRISON, senior, yeoman, of Walridge within the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B242
DPRI/1/1629/H5/1-2   15 January 1627
will
DPRI/1/1629/H5/3   13 October 1629
indented inventory, actual total £43 11s 6d
DPRI/1/1629/H6
Anna HATHERWICK, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/H6/1-2   8 June 1629
will
Subscribed with 18 Aug 1629 memorandum relating to a cause to prove the will, William Rochester nephew v Matthew: Isabell Marlow, daughter, exhibited the will for probate in common form; William Rochester elected Jackson as his proctor to prove the will in solemn form; proctor S assigned to represent Matthew. Endorsed: proved in solemn form.
DPRI/1/1629/H6/3   24 August 1629
inventory, actual total £67 (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £9)
DPRI/1/1629/H7
Robert HAWKESWORTH, parson of Kimblesworth, vicar of Witton Gilbert, rector, clerk, of Witton Gilbert [Witton Gilbert, County Durham]; also spelt Hawcksworth, Hawkesworthe
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B159
DPRI/1/1629/H7/1-2   22 September 1625
will
DPRI/1/1629/H7/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £48 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/H8
Mary HILL, spinster, of Shotton (Schoton) in the county of Durham [Shotton, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.2v
DPRI/1/1629/H8/1   7 January 1630
will
administration granted to Jane Walker, co- executor and Henry Bincks, tutor; also, the tuition or curation of Margaret Binckes (Bincks), co-executor, was granted to the said Henry Bincks
DPRI/1/1629/H8/2-3   21 January 1630
inventory, actual total £48 17s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 4s 4d)
DPRI/1/1629/H9
Ann HIXON, of Woodhame in the parishe of Ayckliffe (Aycklife) [Aycliffe, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B60
DPRI/1/1629/H9/1   30 March 1629
nuncupative will
administration granted to Elizabeth Hixon widow, mother
DPRI/1/1629/H9/2   undated
inventory, actual total £3 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/H10
Hixon RAPHE, yeoman, of Lumleye Parke in the county of Durham [Lumley, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B2
DPRI/1/1629/H10/1   9 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/H11
Thomas HODCHON, butcher, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Hodgson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B23
DPRI/1/1629/H11/1   12 March 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/H11/2   26 March 1628
inventory, actual total £2 2s 10d (with account of debts of £1)
Perhaps dated 26 Mar 1629. Probate granted to Dorathie Hodchon relict and co-executor.
DPRI/1/1629/H12
Swinhoe HUDSON, of Cheswicke within the chappelrie of Ancrofte [Ancroft, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B133-134
DPRI/1/1629/H12/1-2   2 January 1629
nuncupative will
administration and the tuition of Grace [Hudson] granted to Dorothy Hudson, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1629/H13
Richard HUMBLE, fisherman, of Harinpooll (Hartinpoole) within the countie of Durham [Hartlepool, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/H13/1   27 July 1627
will
DPRI/1/1629/H14
Thomas HUMBLE, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/H14/1-3   undated
account, actual total £240 2s (with discharge of £225 2s 8d)
with account, actual total £47 7s 5d (with discharge of £49 6s 5d)
with supplementary account, actual total £14 19s 4d (with discharge of £90 10s 9d)
joint and several accounts of Hugo Walton and Barnaby Hutchinson, executors: (1) account of Hugo Walton, the charge being of goods at Moorsley; (2) account of Barnaby Hutchinson, the charge being of goods at Durham; (3) supplementary account [of Hugo Walton] of still unpaid filial portions and legacies; (4) supplementary list of still unsold inventoried goods (£9 8s 10s). [Although not formally jointly accounted in this way, the total balance of the two executors' accounts is £287 9s 5d (with discharge of £364 19s 10d), and £9 8s 10d of goods yet unsold.]
DPRI/1/1629/H15   9 April 1629
John HUME, of Middle Horsefeld (Middle Horse Feald, Midle Horsfeild) Lease in the parish of Roathburye (Roathbury, Rothburie) [Rothbury, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B15
DPRI/1/1629/H15/1   26 February 1629
will
probate granted
DPRI/1/1629/H15/2   26 February 1629
duplicate will
probate and the tuition of three named children granted at Rothbury to Elizabeth Hume, relict and co-executor, 9 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/H15/3   undated
inventory, actual total £67 15s (with account of debts of £7 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/H16
Edward HUTTON, gentleman, Mainsfoord (Mainsforth, Mainsford) in the countie of Durham, city of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham; Durham, County Durham]
aged 72 on 7 Nov 1629
DPRI/1/1629/H16/1-3   7 November 1629
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1629/H16/4-7   14 November 1629
indented inventory, actual total £913 15s
inventory includes goods etc. at Durham as well as at Mainsforth
DPRI/1/1629/H16/8
wrapper
DPRI/1/1629/J1
Arthur JACKSON, of chaplerie of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B183
DPRI/1/1629/J1/1   10 April 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/J1/2   3 June 1629
inventory, actual total £31 1s 7d
DPRI/1/1629/J2   25 April 1629
John JACKSON, preacher [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], clerk, of burrough of Berwick (Barwick) upon Twede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/J2/1-2   12 January 1629
will
probate granted at Berwick to Elizabeth Jackson, relict and sole executrix, who however renounced the tuition of the chldren [six of whom are named in the will], 25 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/J2/3-6   13 February 1629
inventory, actual total £112 3s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £58 0s 3d)
DPRI/1/1629/J3   26 February 1630
Ellener JOHNSON, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellinor, Elinor
see DPRI/4/13 f.7v: 26 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/J3/1   5 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/J3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £8 11s 11d
DPRI/1/1629/J4
George JOHNSON, ship-carpenter, of chaplerie of All Saincts in the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/J4/1-2   19 January 1630
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1629/J5
Jane JOHNSON, wife of Henry Johnson, widow, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne in the countie of the same towne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B36
DPRI/1/1629/J5/1-2   8 February 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/J6
John JOHNSON, the elder, blacksmith, of Bishop Warmouth (Waremoth, Warmouth) in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/J6/1   6 November 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/J6/2-3   6 January 1630
inventory, actual total £90 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/K1
Margreet KAY, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Margrett, Caye
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B148
DPRI/1/1629/K1/1   28 March 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/K1/2-4   21 May 1629
inventory, actual total £73 12s
DPRI/1/1629/K2
Sir William KENNETT, knight, Coxhow in the countye of Durham, the East Grainge in the county palatine of Durham [Coxhoe, County Durham; Shincliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Kennette, Kennet
location of East Grange uncertain
DPRI/1/1629/K2/1   16 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1626/K2/2-3   20 April 1629
inventory, actual total £167 6s
DPRI/1/1629/L1
John LAMPTON, draper, of Elvett, citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Lampton owned a shop in Durham market place. Will is endorsed 'with inventory' (not present).
DPRI/1/1629/L1/1-2   undated
copy will
DPRI/1/1629/L2
John LAYTON, the elder, yeoman, of Newton Bewlie (Nuton Bulay, Newton by Bewley) in the countie of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Latton
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B74
DPRI/1/1629/L2/1   16 April 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/L2/2   22 April 1629
inventory, actual total £63 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/L3   26 February 1630
Cuthbert LYND, yeoman, of Hawkeside alias Auxeide (Aukeside) in the parishe of Midleton in Teasdall (Mydelton in Teasedale, Teasdale) in the countye of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Lynde
see DPRI/4/13 f.7v: 26 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/L3/1   12 November 1627
will
DPRI/1/1629/L3/2-3   18 February 1630
inventory, actual total £60 9s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 19s 3d)
DPRI/1/1629/M1
William MARSHALL, yeoman, of Hadonbridge (Haidon Brigge) in the county of Northumberlande [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Marshell
DPRI/1/1629/M1/1-2   17 April 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/M1/3-4   12 May 1628
inventory, actual total £34 3s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2 17s 7d)
DPRI/1/1629/M2   27 January 1630
Margaret MILBORNE, widow, of the streete called the Cloth market, the parish of Sainct Nycholas in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Milburne
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B137
DPRI/1/1629/M2/1   19 November 1628
will
endorsed: administration and the tuition of Jane Milburne, sole executrix, and Thomas Milburne, children of the deceased, granted to Thomas Newton, consanguine, 27 Jan 1630
DPRI/1/1629/M2/2   17 December 1628
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1629/M3   19 November 1629
Isabell MOFFET, widow, of Alnwicke (Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Moffett
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B267
DPRI/1/1629/M3/1   7 October 1629
will
probate granted to George Moffett of Alnwick, son and sole executor, 19 Nov 1629
DPRI/1/1629/M3/2   9 November 1629
inventory, actual total £1 16s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/M4
Richard MOSEE, of parish of Gateside [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/M4/1-2   undated
account
Account of Ambrose Mosse, son and executor; endorsed with supplementary account of desperate debts of £29 14s 8d of which £2 3s had been received. [The accountant also requests that £25 11s 8d of additional (unitemised) desperate debts formerly listed in the inventory be disbursed. The total balance, nothing disbursed, is therefore £227 3s 8d (with discharge of £188 8s 6d), but the account was not passed in that form.]
DPRI/1/1629/M4/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1629/N1
Edward NEWTON, tanner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B139
DPRI/1/1629/N1/1-2   16 February 1629
will
with codicil
DPRI/1/1629/N1/3-4   1629
inventory, actual total £214 19s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £22 7s 5d)
DPRI/1/1629/N2   15 June 1629
Dann NEXSONN, of the est sid of the street called Rattenrowe, Berwick [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Nexson, Danne, Nixon
will endorsed 'and inventory' (not present)
DPRI/1/1629/N2/1   10 June 1628
will
probate and the tuition of George and John Nixon granted at Tweedmouth to Allison Nixon, relict and executrix, 15 June 1629
DPRI/1/1629/N3
Roger NICHOLSON, master and mariner, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/N3/1   30 March 1629
account
account of Katheryne Bambrige (Bainbrigg), relict; subscribed with account of the allocation
DPRI/1/1629/O1   16 January 1630
Gregorie OGLE, gentleman, of Ellington in the parish of Woodhorne [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Gregory
DPRI/1/1629/O1/1   23 November 1629
inventory
administration and tuition of five named children granted at Woodhorn to Margerie alias Mabel Ogle, relict, 16 Jan 1630
DPRI/1/1629/O2
Raphe OGLE [Stannington, Northumberland]
address drawn from DPRI/7 index
DPRI/1/1629/O2/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1629/P1
Robartt PASMOUR, of parish of Hart [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Robart, Pasmor, Pasmoure, Passmour
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B61-62
DPRI/1/1629/P1/1-2   28 March 1629
will
administration granted to John Pasmoure, brother; and the tuition [of Jeane Pasmour, daughter and sole executrix,] granted to William Jurdeson, [?father-in-law]
DPRI/1/1629/P1/3-4   21 April 1629
inventory, actual total £189 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £45 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/P2
Margree PATTESON, wife of Richard Patteson, of Gateside [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Margrey, Pattison
DPRI/1/1629/P2/1   30 December 1629
inventory
DPRI/1/1629/P3
Bartholomew PAVERELL, yeoman, of Ingleton in the parish of Stanthrop in the countey of Durham [Ingleton, County Durham]; also spelt Peaverill. Died 28 June 1628
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B107
DPRI/1/1629/P3/1-2   14 June 1628
will
administration granted to Cuthbert Peaverill during the minority of the co-executors, [Issabell, Ellinor and Jennet Paverell]; the tuition of Robert, Ellinor and Issabell granted to the same Cuthbert Paverell, brother of the deceased; the tuition of Jennet Paverell granted to Edward Midleton, her uncle
DPRI/1/1629/P3/3-4   4 July 1628
inventory, actual total £140 8s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 5s 7d)
DPRI/1/1629/P4   13 March 1630
Robert PAXTON, yeoman, of Easington (Esington) in the county of Durham [Easington, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.12: 13 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1629/P4/1-2   24 February 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/P4/3   4 March 1630
inventory, actual total £165 9s
DPRI/1/1629/P5
Robert PEARESON, yeoman, of Trimden within the county pallatine of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Pearson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B7-8
DPRI/1/1629/P5/1-2   3 February 1629
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to the testator of £114 19s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/P6
Christopher PEARSON, cordwainer, of towne and parish of Alnewicke (Alnwick, Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Peareson
DPRI/1/1629/P6/1   8 May 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/P6/2-3   23 May 1629
inventory, actual total £48 14s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/P7
Thomas PEARSON, miller, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B146
DPRI/1/1629/P7/1-2   27 December 1628
inventory
DPRI/1/1629/R1
Francis RADCLYFFE, of Dilston within the parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Radcliffe, Ratcliffe
DPRI/1/1629/R1/1   1 September 1629
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1629/R1/2   1 October 1628
indented inventory, actual total £28 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 1s 2d)
DPRI/1/1629/R1/3
wrapper
endorsed with transcription of Puiset's c.1180 charter to Finchale
DPRI/1/1629/R2
Hugh RIDLEY, gentleman, of Shankefoote within the parish of Haltwisell [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Ridlie
DPRI/1/1629/R2/1   undated
account
account of Agnes Ridley, relict; subscribed with account of the allocation of the thirds
DPRI/1/1629/R3
John RIDLEY, of Haltwesle towne within the parishe of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B222
DPRI/1/1629/R3/1   18 July 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/R3/2   21 September 1629
inventory, actual total £19 15s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £55 10s)
The inventory total was £74 15s 4d from which £55 'is to be deducted', for reasons not stated.
DPRI/1/1629/R4   19 March 1630
Marmaduke RIDLEY, of parishe of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Rydley, Ridleye
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B83
DPRI/1/1629/R4/1   8 March 1629
will
probate granted at Haltwhistle to Jaine Ridley, relict and sole executrix, 19 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1629/R4/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £11 15s 10d (with account of debts of £6 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/R5
Nicholas RIDLIE, butcher, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/R5/1   undated
account
Account of Raphe Cole gentleman, tutor of Christofer Ridlie the infant brother and executor of Thomas Ridlie who was in his turn the executor of his father Nicholas Ridley, the deceased. The account was exhibited at the promotion of Arthur Brode, whose right to do so was denied by the accountant. The accountant states in his account that Ursely Ridlie the relict had received more than her proper share, which excess he requests to be repaid.
DPRI/1/1629/R6
Richard ROWMAYNE, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Romaine, Rowmaine, Romain
DPRI/1/1629/R6/1-2   23 March 1629
will
with codicil, undated
with copy codicil, 27 March 1629
with copy nuncupative codicil, 28 March 1629
DPRI/1/1629/R6/3   27 March 1629
codicil
with nuncupative codicil, 28 March 1629
DPRI/1/1629/R6/4-6   8 April 1629
indented inventory, actual total £410 16s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £23 0s 4d)
endorsed by probate office: will, inventory and three codicils
DPRI/1/1629/S2
John SALKEILD, gentleman, of Hull Abbey within the parish of Alnewicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Salkeld
DPRI/1/1629/S2/1-4   5 June 1623
copy will
DPRI/1/1629/S1
Gawen SALKELD, merchant, of parish of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Salkeilde, Salkilde, Salkeild
DPRI/1/1629/S1/1-2   22 May 1629
will
with court documents
Probate granted at Alnwick to Alice Salkilde, relict and sole executor, 30 Nov 1629. On second sheet there are two (undated) memoranda by Henry Johnson, parson of Bothal relating to the issuing of (1) the marriage licence of Gregory Potts of Brinkburn and Elizabeth Walker of Bothal; (2) citation with intimation to the executors of the will of Lancelot Hatherwicke of Morpeth, probate otherwise to be granted to John Mitforde gentleman, a creditor.
DPRI/1/1629/S1/3-4   18 November 1629
inventory, actual total £128 19s 4d
DPRI/1/1629/S3
Robert SALLOT, of Chester in the Streat (Chester le Street) [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Robart, Sallott, Sallotte
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B260
DPRI/1/1629/S3/1-2   5 November 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/S3/3-4   11 November 1629
indented inventory, actual total £42 19s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19 3s 6d)
DPRI/1/1629/S5
Oliver SELBIE, gentleman, of Lowlyn, Kiloe parish [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Selbye
DPRI/1/1629/S5/1-2   29 December 1629
inventory
administration granted at Berwick to George Selbie and William Selbie of Kyloe gentlemen, sons, 13 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/S6
Thomas SELBIE, gentleman, of Berwicke upon Tweed (Barwick) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Selby
DPRI/1/1629/S6/1-2   4 July 1629
account
Account of Philadelpha Selbie the relict and co-executor of the deceased Thomas Selbie who was in his turn the executor of Thomas Parkinson of Berwick alderman [?see DPRI/1/1619/P4]; subscribed with account of the allocation of portions to the widow and children. The account includes transactions relating to the administration of both Thomas Selbie's and Thomas Parkinson's estates: £172 16s 4d of the discharge relates to the latter estate. The charge does not include £86 11s 9d of goods entered into by John Selbie, brother and (named but not sanctioned) co-executor. [These goods may have been certain fishing rights, in the possession of which the accountant claims to have been 'violently disturbed' by the same John Selbie, and which was the subject of a lawsuit.]
DPRI/1/1629/S7
William SKELTON, of Craike in the county pallatine of Durham, Allertonshire [Crayke, Yorkshire]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B9
DPRI/1/1629/S7/1-2   17 July 1627
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1629/S4
Patrik SKOULLER, sail-maker, of towne of Newcastell (Newcastle upon Tyne) [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Patrick, Scouller, Scowler, Skowler
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B147
DPRI/1/1629/S4/1-2   30 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/S4/3   12 January 1629
inventory, actual total £37 6s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £56 16s 10d)
DPRI/1/1629/S8
Dorothy SMART, of Barnerd castle [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Dorythie
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B264
DPRI/1/1629/S8/1   6 February 1629
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1629/S8/2   22 August 1629
inventory, actual total £4 1s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1629/S9   13 February 1630
Henry STEELE, of Fenwicke (Fenwick), Kiloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Steell, Stell
DPRI/1/1629/S9/1   17 March 1629
will
probate granted at Tweedmouth to Elizabeth Steele relict and Ralph Steele son, executors, 13 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/S9/2   4 December 1629
inventory, actual total £32 0s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 13s 6d)
DPRI/1/1629/S10
Ralph STRANGISH, of Ancrofte chappelry [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Stranguish, Strangwish
DPRI/1/1629/S10/1   13 February 1630
inventory
administration granted at Tweedmouth to John Strangwish and his wife Agnes Strangwish the former relict of the deceased also for the use of five named children of the deceased, 13 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/S11
Thomas SURTEIS, gentleman, esquire, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Surties
DPRI/1/1629/S11/1-2   16 May 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/S11/3-5   17 June 1629
inventory, actual total £997 2s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £159 1s 3d)
DPRI/1/1629/S12
George SWAINSTON, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B66
DPRI/1/1629/S12/1-2   25 November 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/S12/3   17 March 1629
inventory, actual total £731 16s (with account of debts of £410 14s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/S13
George SWANN, slater, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Swan
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B29
DPRI/1/1629/S13/1-2   29 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/S13/3   3 March 1629
indented inventory, actual total £45 0s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £21 17s 10d)
subscribed: will was proved
DPRI/1/1629/T1
Miles TALER, of Crosgate in the suburbs of the citie of Durham within the chappelry of St Margarets [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]; also spelt Myles, Tailor
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B180
DPRI/1/1629/T1/1-2   28 February 1629
will
endorsed: proved, 7 Aug 1629
DPRI/1/1629/T1/3   22 April 1629
inventory, actual total £230 11s 6d
DPRI/1/1629/T2   10 April 1629
Raph TAYLOR, of Beidnell (Bednell), Balmebrough [Beadnell, Northumberland]; also spelt Tailor
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B88
DPRI/1/1629/T2/1-2   31 March 1626
will
probate granted at Bambrough to Elizabeth Taylor relict and George Taylor son, executors; same day and place, the tuition of four named children granted to the same Elizabeth Taylor, 10 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/T2/3   28 April 1626
inventory, actual total £28 2s 10d
DPRI/1/1629/T3
Rowland TAYLER, of Unthanke in the parishe of Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]; also spelt Tailer, Tailor
DPRI/1/1629/T3/1   18 June 1626
will
endorsed with list of [?probate office] charges
DPRI/1/1629/T3/2   8 July 1626
indented inventory, actual total £9 4s 8d (with account of debts of £6 18s 8d)
DPRI/1/1629/T4   27 April 1629
John THEW, of Beill in the parishe of Kyloe (Kiloe) [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Thewe
Not found in Probate Act book DPRI/4/8: probate office endorsements and a memorandum on the will and copy will indicate that while a bond and the inventory were interpolated into the records in 1628 (at Alnwick), probate was only granted in Apr 1629.
DPRI/1/1629/T4/1-2   26 September 1624
will
subscribed: the inventory and bond having first been exhibited at Alnwick, probate was granted to Rachell Thewe, relict and executrix, 27 Apr 1629
DPRI/1/1629/T4/3   26 September 1624
copy will
DPRI/1/1629/T4/4   undated
inventory, actual total £15 7s 10d
DPRI/1/1629/T6
William THOMSON, weaver, of parrish of Elton [Elton, County Durham]; also spelt Thompson, Tomson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B53
DPRI/1/1629/T6/1   2 April 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/T6/2   7 October 1628
indented inventory, actual total £62 9s (with account of debts of £37 14s 11d)
DPRI/1/1629/T7
Robert TOD, of North Hart [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Todd, Tood
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B47
DPRI/1/1629/T7/1-2   24 February 1629
will
administration granted to
DPRI/1/1629/T7/3   25 March 1630
inventory, actual total £93 11s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 6s 6d
DPRI/1/1629/T5
Nicholas TOMPSON, of Towhouse within the parishe of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Thompson
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B241
DPRI/1/1629/T5/1   14 December 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/T5/2   11 January 1629
inventory, actual total £12 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £2 16s)
DPRI/1/1629/T8
Henry TREWETT, of Tuddoe in the parish of Branspeth [Tudhoe, County Durham]; also spelt Trewthet, Trewhit
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B236
DPRI/1/1629/T8/1-2   17 September 1629
will
endorsed: inventory exhibited, 30 Oct 1629
DPRI/1/1629/T8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £167 4s
[exhibited, 30 Oct 1629]
DPRI/1/1629/T9
George TROTTER, of Byers Hall [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1629/T9/1   19 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/T9/2-3   11 February 1630
inventory, actual total £243 11s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16)
DPRI/1/1629/T10   26 March 1629
Jenett TURNER, widow, of Cowpon within the parishe (chapelry) off Horton and countie of Northumberland [Cowpen, Northumberland]; also spelt Janet
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B19
DPRI/1/1629/T10/1   17 March 1629
indented will
probate granted at Woodhorn to Oswald Turner and James Turner, 26 Mar 1629
DPRI/1/1629/T10/2-3   17 March 1629
copy will
DPRI/1/1629/T10/4   26 March 1629
inventory, actual total £5 16s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/W1
Mighell WAKE, of Usworth (Osworth) [Usworth, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B114
DPRI/1/1629/W1/1-2   14 May 1629
inventory
endorsed: administration granted to Barbara Wake widow, also for the use of Thomas, Margaret and Richard Wake, children; Richard Matthew of Great Usworth tanner, bondsman
DPRI/1/1629/W2   19 February 1630
Jhone WALLACE, of Hummiltonn (Humbleton), Doddington chappelry [Doddington, Northumberland]; also spelt John, Walles
see DPRI/4/13 f.7: 19 Feb 1630
DPRI/1/1629/W2/1   undated
will
probate granted at Wooler to John Revely, 12 Feb [1630]
DPRI/1/1629/W2/2   1 December 1627
inventory, actual total £25 13s
DPRI/1/1629/W3   7 October 1629
Gabraell WANLES, of Greinechester within the parish of Elsden [Elsdon, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B232
DPRI/1/1629/W3/1-2   14 May 1629
nuncupative will
with inventory, 15 June 1629, actual total £28 10s (with account of debts of £3 3s 10d)
probate granted at Morpeth to Jane Wanles, relict, 7 Oct 1629
DPRI/1/1629/W4
Raphe WATSON, of Barnes [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B249
DPRI/1/1629/W4/1-2   13 October 1629
inventory
administration and the tuition of four named children granted to Katherine Watson, relict
DPRI/1/1629/W5
Cuthbart WELLS, vicar of Kirk Merrington, clerk, of Kirke Mearington (Merrington) [Merrington, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B49
DPRI/1/1629/W5/1   14 April 1629
inventory
DPRI/1/1629/W6
Thomas WETHERELT, yeoman, of Middleton One Rowe (parish of Midleton George) in the countie of Durham [Middleton St George, County Durham]; also spelt Weetherelt, Wetherell
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B239
DPRI/1/1629/W6/1   1 January 1629
will
endorsed: William and John Johnson of Redmarshall yeomen, bondsmen
DPRI/1/1629/W6/2-3   1 October 1629
inventory, actual total £106 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 8s)
DPRI/1/1629/W7
John WHITE, yeoman, of Brauncepeth (Brancepeth) in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Whyte
DPRI/1/1629/W7/1-2   3 February 1630
will
DPRI/1/1629/W7/3-4   18 February 1630
inventory, actual total £60 7s 3d (with account of debts of £58 18s 3d)
DPRI/1/1629/W8
Edward WIGHAM, vicar of Hartburn, clerk, of Hartburne in the county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1629/W8/1-2   23 December 1629
account
account of Humphrey Grene, clerk
DPRI/1/1629/W9
Margaret WIGHAM, wife of Thomas Wigham of Auckland St Andrew, widow, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Wiggham
DPRI/1/1629/W9/1   17 July 1623
will
subscribed: Margaret Wigham, 17-year old daughter, elected Thomas Nicholson [curator]
DPRI/1/1629/W10
Lanclett WILKINSON, yeoman, of Horden in the parishe of Easington in the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Lancelott. Died 29 January 1630
see DPRI/4/13 f.7v: 27 Feb 1630. The testator stated in Jan 1630 that an earlier will had been burned; nevertheless, at probate the two documents are treated as a will and codicil.
DPRI/1/1629/W10/1   6 September 1629
will
subscribed with (undated) memorandum relating to probate
DPRI/1/1629/W10/2-3   28 January 1630
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1629/W10/4   1 February 1630
inventory, actual total £122 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/W11
Thomas WILKINSON, yeoman, of Westowe (Westoe) within the countye of Durham [Westoe, County Durham]; also spelt Wilkingsonn
bond: DPRI/3/1629/B254
DPRI/1/1629/W11/1-2   26 August 1628
will
DPRI/1/1629/W11/3   29 September 1628
inventory, actual total £114 11s 8d
DPRI/1/1629/W12
Thomas WILLANS, the elder, of Knaton (Kneaton) in the countye of Yorke, Allertonshire [Leake, Yorkshire]; also spelt Willance
DPRI/1/1629/W12/1   21 January 1629
will
DPRI/1/1629/W12/2   12 February 1629
inventory, actual total £17 6s 8d
Wills etc proved 1630
Reference: DPRI/1/1630
DPRI/1/1630/A1   23 October 1630
Cuthberd ADTHY, yeoman, of Mainsforth (Mainsfourth) of the parish of Bishop Midleham (Middleham) and in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthbert, Athye
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B235
DPRI/1/1630/A1/1   3 April 1630
will
probate granted, 23 Oct 1630
DPRI/1/1630/A1/2   24 August 1630
inventory, actual total £31 1s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16 4s 10d)
DPRI/1/1630/B1
William BARKER, of Aldengridge of the parish of Saint Oswalds in Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B172
DPRI/1/1630/B1/1-2   undated
account
Account of Catherine Barker, relict and executrix; subscribed with account of the allocation of the widow's and five children's portions. Endorsed: office cause.
DPRI/1/1630/B2   3 July 1630
Thomas BELL, one of H.M.'s pensioners, pensioner, of Castle Gaite, broughe of Berwicke (Barwicke) upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B150
DPRI/1/1630/B2/1-2   8 January 1628
will
probate granted at Tweedmouth to Anna (Agnes) Smyth, former relict and now wife of Thomas Smyth of Ancroft, 3 July 1630
DPRI/1/1630/B2/3-4   15 February 1630
inventory, actual total £15 13s 2d
DPRI/1/1630/B3
Thomas BLAKYE, yeoman, of Garmansway in the parishe of Kelloe and county of Durham [Kelloe, County Durham]; also spelt Blakey
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B236
DPRI/1/1630/B3/1   25 November 1627
will
DPRI/1/1630/B3/2-3   21 October 1630
inventory, actual total £31 13s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1630/B4
Edmund BONNETT, yeoman, of citty of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Bonnet
DPRI/1/1630/B4/1-2   9 December 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/B5   2 November 1630
Robert BOWDAN, maltman, of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Bowdon
DPRI/1/1630/B5/1   23 June 1630
will
Will, with list of debts owed to (£8 4s 2d) and owed by (£3 5s) the testator. Probate granted at Alnwick to Elizabeth Bowdon, relict and executrix, 2 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/B5/2   27 October 1630
inventory, actual total £5 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1630/B6
Francis BRACKENBURY, esquire, of Sellaby [Gainford, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/B6/1   1630
inventory
endorsed: 12 Jan [1631]
DPRI/1/1630/B6/2   13 August 1633
supplementary inventory, actual total £40 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1630/B7   2 November 1630
Thomas BRIGGES, glover, of parish of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Briggs
DPRI/1/1630/B7/1   September 1630
will
with codicil, 1 October 1630
date of will in Sep 1630 uncertain (damage)
DPRI/1/1630/B7/2   27 October 1630
inventory, actual total £95 9s 2d
probate granted at Alnwick to Elizabeth Briggs relict and Gawen Swan (Swanne) (son-in-law), executors, 2 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/B8   17 April 1630
George BROUGH, of Estrantan (East Rainton) [East Rainton, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.19v: 17 Apr 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B35
DPRI/1/1630/B8/1-2   10 December 1625
will
DPRI/1/1630/B8/3-4   5 January 1630
inventory, actual total £91 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/B9   23 October 1630
Richard BROWEN, of Seidgfeilde (Sedgfield) [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Browne
see DPRI/4/13 f.49v: 23 Oct 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B210
DPRI/1/1630/B9/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1630/B9/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £159 4s 8d (with account of debts of £41 11s 4d)
DPRI/1/1630/B10   3 November 1630
John BROWNE, shoemaker, of Wooller within the county of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/B10/1   9 August 1630
will
probate granted at Wooler to Phillice Browne, relict and sole executrix, 3 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/B10/2   undated
inventory, actual total £20 16s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/C1
James CLAVERING, alderman of Newcastle, merchant adventurer, alderman, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/C1/1-4   3 September 1625
copy will
DPRI/1/1630/C2   23 June 1630
William CORFFE, baker, beer-brewer, of towne and countie of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Corfe
see DPRI/4/13 f.31v: proved, 23 June 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B111
DPRI/1/1630/C2/1-2   6 April 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/C2/3-4   1 June 1630
inventory, actual total £87 18s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 15s)
DPRI/1/1630/D1
Robert DELAVALE, of Cowpon in the countie of Northumberland [Cowpen, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/D1/1-2   1629
will
dated, 15 [?month] 1629 (damage)
DPRI/1/1630/D1/3-7   undated
inventory, actual total £87 12s 10d
page order uncertain
DPRI/1/1630/D2
Edward DODSWORTH, gentleman, of East Chevington (Chivington) in the county of Northumberland, and parish of Warkworth [Chevington, Northumberland]; also spelt Doddsworth
DPRI/1/1630/D2/1-2   10 April 1630
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Katherine and Elizabeth Dodsworth, relict and daughter, 27 Oct 1630; on the same day, the tuition of Elizabeth Dodsworth was granted to Katherine Dosworth, her mother
DPRI/1/1630/D2/3-4   18 September 1630
inventory, actual total £409 5s (with account of debts of £118 14s)
DPRI/1/1630/F1
John FAIRLES, blacksmith, of Elvitt of the parish of St Oswolds in Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B2
DPRI/1/1630/F1/1-5   31 March 1630
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1630/F2
Andrew FENTON, tailor, of without the Westgate (Westyate) in the county of Northumberland, town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/F2/1-2   28 April 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/F2/3-4   11 May 1630
inventory, actual total £73 9s 5d
DPRI/1/1630/F4
Uswald FENWICK, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of brough of Barwicke uppon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Oswald, Fenwicke
DPRI/1/1630/F4/1-2   30 November 1629
will
probate granted at Berwick to Annes Fenwicke relict, and John Satterthwaite, executors, 3 July 1630
DPRI/1/1630/F4/3-4   30 November 1629
inventory of shop goods, actual total £101 6s 9d
with inventory of household goods, 26 April 1630, actual total £33 14s 5d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1630/F3   20 August 1630
Lionell FENWICKE, of Blaguedon (Blaigden), parish of Stannyngton [Stannington, Northumberland]
See DPRI/4/13 f.41: administration granted to Edward Lorren for the use of four named children, 20 Aug 1630; Juliane Fenwicke, relict, having renounced; inventory exhibited, 11 Nov 1631 [sic]. For the account of Lionell Fenwicke, see - DPRI/1/1631/F1/1-2
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B184
DPRI/1/1630/F3/1-2   18 August 1630
copy inventory
endorsed: administration granted, 20 Aug 1630
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 231-232

DPRI/1/1630/F5
Thomas FOLLANSBY, gentleman, of East Rackwod Hill (Rockwoodhill) of the parishe of Hamsterly (Hampsterley) and within the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Follansbye, Follansbie
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B166
DPRI/1/1630/F5/1-2   12 April 1630
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 222-223

DPRI/1/1630/F5/3   6 July 1630
inventory, actual total £290 15s 7d
DPRI/1/1630/F6   4 November 1630
Isabell FORSTER, wife of Mathew Forster, yeoman, widow, of Beall (Beell) within the county pallatine of Durham, chapelry of Kiloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/F6/1   3 August 1630
will
probate granted at Lowick to David Wright of Chillingham, co-executor, with a power being reserved to Richard Selbie, co-executor, 4 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/F6/2   9 August 1630
inventory, actual total £16 1s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 10s and more)
with inventory, actual total £4 19s
DPRI/1/1630/F7   1 April 1630
Thomas FOSTER, gentleman, of Broxfeild in the chapelry of Renington (Rennington) [Rennington, Northumberland]; also spelt Forster, Froster. Died 1 January 1630
see DPRI/4/13 f.17: 1 Apr 1630
DPRI/1/1630/F7/1-2   undated
will
Will, with list of debts owed by (2s 6d) and owed to (8s) the testator. Probate granted at Alnwick to Dorothy Forster, daughter-in-law and executrix, 18 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1630/F7/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £17 10s 4d
DPRI/1/1630/F8   2 November 1630
Marke FOSTER, gentleman, of Charletonn in the countie of Northumberland, Ellingham [Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Forster
DPRI/1/1630/F8/1   9 April 1630
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Margaret Forster of North Charlton relict, and Mathew Forster son, executors, 2 Nov 1630; same date, the tuition of five named daughters granted to the same Margaret Forster
DPRI/1/1630/F8/2-3   1 November 1630
inventory, actual total £25 2s (with account of debts of £9 14s 2d)
DPRI/1/1630/F9
Dame Elizabeth FREVILE, wife of Sir George Frevile knight, widow, of Wallworth in the county palatine of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Freville
testator requests to be buried at Sedgefield with her husband
DPRI/1/1630/F9/1-2   1 July 1630
will
endorsed with memorandum relating to 20 Nov 1753 High Court of Chancery case: Sir Dudley Ryder, H.M. Attorney General, at the relation of James Leslie D.D. and James Thompson clerk v John Burdon esquire and Robert Ord gentleman and others
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 223-229

DPRI/1/1630/F9/3   2 October 1630
codicil
DPRI/1/1630/F10   17 April 1630
Bryan FRISELL, yeoman, of Cornforth (Corneforthe) in the county of Durham [Cornforth, County Durham]; also spelt Frissell, Frizell, Freisell
see DPRI/4/13 f.19: administration granted to Anne Frizell, a monition having been issued, 17 Apr 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B30
DPRI/1/1630/F10/4-5   19 December 1629
will
will exhibited by [Robert] Bedford clerk, executor (?renouced), but not proved, 10 Apr 1630
DPRI/1/1630/F10/3   28 December 1629
inventory, actual total £29 15s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/F10/1-2   28 December 1629
copy inventory, actual total £29 15s 8d
certified copy
DPRI/1/1630/G1   7 October 1630
Michael GARNETT, gentleman, of Blackwell within the parish of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Garnet, Gargett
see DPRI/4/13 f.53: 7 Oct 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B219
DPRI/1/1630/G1/1-2   26 March 1629
will
Date uncertain. Administration and tuition of Margaret Deanhame, the executrix, granted to Elinor [Garnett], mother, for the use of the said executrix.
DPRI/1/1630/G2   4 March 1631
Thomas GARTHRON, yeoman, of the Newe Rawe (Newrawe) in the countie of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Garthrone, Garthorne
DPRI/1/1630/G2/1   11 January 1630
will
endorsed: probate granted to Jane Garthorne relict, and John and Hugh Garthorne, sons, 4 Mar 1631; with names of the sureties
DPRI/1/1630/G2/2-10   17 January 1631
indented inventory, actual total £462 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £33 14s 2d)
DPRI/1/1630/G3
Ralfe GIBBON, wheelwright, of Hamsterley (Hampsterley) in the countie of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B165
DPRI/1/1630/G3/1   3 July 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/G3/2   20 July 1630
inventory, actual total £19 3s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1630/G4
Robert GOWLAND, yeoman, of Winlaton within the county of Durham [Winlaton, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.17v: cause, from 10 Apr 1630
DPRI/1/1630/G4/1-2   11 July 1629
will
DPRI/1/1630/G5
Robert GRAY, mariner, of Gateshead (Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/G5/1   17 August 1630
will
subscribed with memorandum of a witness to the testator's verbally stated intentions
DPRI/1/1630/G6   30 October 1630
Humphrey GREEN, of Stanington [Stannington, Northumberland]; also spelt Humphraye, Grene, Greine
DPRI/1/1630/G6/1-2   12 March 1630
will
Will, with (undated) list of the testator's debts of £285 15s. Probate granted to Margery Green, relict and sole executrix, 30 Oct 1630
DPRI/1/1630/G6/3   22 March 1631
inventory, actual total £120 19s 2d
DPRI/1/1630/G7
James GRENE, tanner, of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Greine
DPRI/1/1630/G7/1   1 October 1629
will
Will, with list of debts owed to (£1 1s 4d) and owed by (£3 10s) the testator. Probate granted at Wooler to Agnes Grene, relict and co-executor, 27 Apr 1630; no tuition
DPRI/1/1630/G7/2   18 November 1629
inventory, actual total £19 4s 6d
DPRI/1/1630/G8   10 March 1631
Dame Marye GUEVARA, widow, of Duddo within the county pallentyen of Durham, Norham [Duddo, Northumberland]; also spelt Mary, Guavara, Garve[ra], Gueilra
see DPRI/4/13 f.76v: 10 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1630/G8/1-2   7 October 1630
will
Will, dated 29 Sep 1630 at head and 7 Oct 1630 at foot. Probate granted at Wooler to James Swinhoe, to whom was also granted the tuition of Elloner (Ellinor) Claveringe, grand-daughter of the deceased and daughter of James Claveringe of Chatton gentleman, executor, 10 Mar 1631. (The said tuition was also granted to Dorothy Swinhoe, daughter, in the will.)
DPRI/1/1630/G8/3-6   11 November 1630
inventory, actual total £309 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1630/H1
Richard HARRISON, of Nenthall, parish of Alstone (Alston) [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/H1/1   24 November 1629
will
endorsed: administration granted to Margrett Harrison, relict and sole executrix; tuition of Richard and Sibell Harrison, children [?granted - no bond survives].
DPRI/1/1630/H1/2   26 February 1631
inventory, actual total £26 0s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 10s)
DPRI/1/1630/H2
Raph HARTLEY, yeoman, of Thornelye (Thornleye, Thornley) in the countie of Durham and parishe of Wolsingham [Thornley, Wolsingham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B55
DPRI/1/1630/H2/1-2   12 March 1630
will
administration granted to John Hartley, son, with the consent of Elizabeth Hartley, relict
DPRI/1/1630/H2/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £29 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 10s)
dated, 13 Apr
DPRI/1/1630/H3
Johne HEARONE, alias Johne the gentleman, alias White, of Chipchaise (Chipchase) [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Hearon
DPRI/1/1630/H3/1   17 March 1631
inventory
DPRI/1/1630/H4
Stephen HEGG, [notary public], of city of Durisme (Durham) [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Robert, Hegg
For an article discussing a manuscript formerly in the collection of Robert Hegg and now in the British Library (BL MS Cotton Vespasian D. 8.), see 'The Provenance of the N-town Codex,' by Stephen Spector published in The Library, 6th Series, 1 (1979), p25-33: [additional information drawn from this source].
DPRI/1/1630/H4/1   7 May 1630
indented inventory
inventory [of Mrs Judith Gibbons, daughter of Stephen Hegg and administratrix] of the goods of Stephen Hegg not administered by Robert Hegg, his (son and) executor, as well as the goods of Robert Hegg; with account of the administratrix's disbursements. [The inventory is laid out much like an account.] Exhibited, 10 May 1630.
DPRI/1/1630/H5
Robert HIXON, yeoman, of Kirkemerrington (Merington, Kirk Merrington, Church Merrington) in the countie of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Hickson, Hicksonn
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B191
DPRI/1/1630/H5/1-2   5 August 1639
will
DPRI/1/1630/H5/3   5 August 1639
copy will
DPRI/1/1630/H5/4-5   17 August 1630
inventory, actual total £162 19s
subscribed with memorandum relating to the value of two leases
DPRI/1/1630/H5/6   17 August 1630
copy inventory, actual total £162 19s
DPRI/1/1630/H6   18 September 1630
William HIXON, yeoman, of Middleston (Midlestonne, Midleston) in the counte of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Hickson
see DPRI/4/13 f.43: proved, 18 Sep 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B189
DPRI/1/1630/H6/1-2   June 1624
will
date uncertain; probate granted to Thomas Hixon, son and sole executor, to whom was also granted the tuition of his sister, Elizabeth Hixon
DPRI/1/1630/H6/3   3 August 1630
inventory, actual total £250 4s
DPRI/1/1630/H6/4-9   3 August 1630
inventory, actual total £250 4s
letterly mutilated and used as wrappers to 1630 and 1630 bundles
DPRI/1/1630/H7
Nicholas HODSHON, of Billingham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgson
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B80
DPRI/1/1630/H7/1-2   30 April 1630
will
with [?contemporaneous] list of debts owed to the testator of £74 10s
DPRI/1/1630/H7/3   27 May 1630
inventory, actual total £10 3s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/H8
Heugh HOPPER, of Sadler Strete within the cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B100
DPRI/1/1630/H8/1-2   20 April 1630
inventory
endorsed: administration granted to Isabell [Hopper], relict, for the use of Hugh and Margaret [Hopper, children]
DPRI/1/1630/H9   11 March 1631
Cuthbert HORSLYE, gentleman, of Buckton, Kiloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Horsley
see DPRI/4/13 f.76v: 11 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1630/H9/1   13 August 1630
will
probate granted at Lowick to Besse (Elizabeth) Horslye relict and Nicholas Horslye, executors, 11 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1630/H9/2   23 August 1630
inventory, actual total £22 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/H10
Nycholas HUTCHESON, tanner, of Framwelgate within the suburbes of the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hutchinson, Hutchinsonn
DPRI/1/1630/H10/1-2   16 February 1623
will
DPRI/1/1630/H10/3-5   8 April 1630
inventory, actual total £130 10s 9d
DPRI/1/1630/H11   9 October 1630
Thomas HUTCHESON, of Hollin H[all wit]hin the parish of Witton upon Were (Weere) [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Hutchinson
see DPRI/4/13 f.47v: 9 Oct 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B203
DPRI/1/1630/H11/1   January 1626
will
dated on or after 7 Jan 1626
DPRI/1/1630/H12
Thomas HUTTON, gentleman, of Cockerton of the parishe of Darneton [Cockerton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B176
DPRI/1/1630/H12/1   undated
account
account of Walter Forrest
DPRI/1/1630/H13   24 September 1630
Henry HYLTONE, of Feildho[use] []; also spelt Hylton, Hilton
Will made prior to a journey to London. See DPRI/4/13 f.43: 24 Sep 1630. Location of Fieldhouse not known.
DPRI/1/1630/H13/1   31 May 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/H13/2-3   September 1630
inventory, actual total £227 13s 4d
administration granted to Elizabeth [Hylton], relict
DPRI/1/1630/J1   13 August 1630
William JACKSON, gentleman, of parish of St Nicholas within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
Will is endorsed by probate office 'will and inventory'; the latter is not present. See DPRI/4/13 f.40v: 13 Aug 1630.
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B171
DPRI/1/1630/J1/1   3 August 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/J2
William JEFFERSON, yeoman, of parish of Norton within the countye of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B163
DPRI/1/1630/J2/1-2   3 June 1630
will
date in June 1630 inferred from date of inventory
DPRI/1/1630/J2/3-4   13 June 1630
inventory, actual total £524 9s 8d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £43 5s)
DPRI/1/1630/J3
Henry JONES, deputy captain of Norham and [Holy] Island Shires, [militia] deputy captain, esquire, of the Holy Iland of the county pallatine of Durham [Holy Island, Northumberland]; also spelt Henrye, Joanes
see DPRI/4/13 f.53v: 8 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/J3/1-4   13 August 1629
will
Will, endorsed with (?additional bequest). Probate granted at Lowick to Peter Jones gentleman, son and sole executor, 4 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/K1
Raph KEMP, skinner, glover, of Milburne gate (Milburnegate) in the suburbs of the cittye of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Kempe
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B89
DPRI/1/1630/K1/1-2   3 March 1630
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1630/K1/3   9 March 1630
inventory, actual total £175 13s 8d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1630/L1
John LAWE, of Cowpon in the parish of Billingham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Laws
DPRI/1/1630/L1/1-2   14 January 1631
will
endorsed with (incomplete and undated) certificate of probate (by commission)
DPRI/1/1630/L1/3-4   1 March 1631
inventory, actual total £306 19s 1d (with account of debts of £248 3s 8d)
DPRI/1/1630/L2
George LAWSON, of Bywell within the parish of Bywell Andrew [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B135
DPRI/1/1630/L2/1   17 June 1630
inventory
inventory total incomplete (damage)
DPRI/1/1630/L3   22 February 1631
Katherine LAWSON, of Langhurst, Bothall [Longhirst, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/L3/1   17 May 1630
inventory
administration granted at Bothal to William Bolton of Langdike in Felton for the use of Robert Lawson and Isabell Lawson, children, 22 Feb 1631
DPRI/1/1630/L4
Mathew LEWEN, merchant adventurer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Lewyn
DPRI/1/1630/L4/3-6   2 July 1630
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1630/L4/1-2   14 July 1630
account, actual total £158 6s 2d (with discharge of £135 3s 4d)
account of Ellenner Lewen, relict
DPRI/1/1630/M1   16 March 1631
Robert MALAND, yeoman, of Gilligate in the citty and county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/M1/1   5 October 1630
nuncupative will
Administration granted to George Tallor, to whom was also granted the tuition of Elizabeth [Maland, daughter and sole executrix].
DPRI/1/1630/M1/2   19 January 1631
inventory, actual total £78 2s 10d
Endorsed: will proved and tuition granted, 16 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1630/M2
Nicholas MAN, pewterer, of Elvett within the suburbs of the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Mann
DPRI/1/1630/M2/1   22 April 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/M2/2-4   June 1630
inventory, actual total £469 8s 6d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1630/M3   13 May 1630
John MARRETT, of Otterbourne, parish of Elsden [Otterburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Marret
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B69
DPRI/1/1630/M3/1-2   12 February 1630
nuncupative will
probate granted at Elsden to Elizabeth Marrett, relict, 13 May 1630
DPRI/1/1630/M4
Michaell MATHEW, of Cleydon (Cleadon) [Cleadon, County Durham]; also spelt Michaell, Matthew
DPRI/1/1630/M4/1-2   1 June 1628
will
DPRI/1/1630/M4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £106 10s
DPRI/1/1630/M5
Peter MERLEY, yeoman, of Hilton in the county palatine of Durham [Hylton, County Durham]; also spelt Marley
see DPRI/4/13 f.22: 15 May 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B76
DPRI/1/1630/M5/1   16 February 1629
nuncupative will
endorsed: commission issued to Cuthbert Merley MA, clerk (and a witness to the will), to prove the will and grant administration to the executrix Agnes Merley, the relict, 21 July 1629
DPRI/1/1630/M5/2-3   21 April 1629
inventory, actual total £209 6s 2d
DPRI/1/1630/M6
Marmaduke MIDLETON, son of Cuthbert Middleton, of parish of Middleton George [Middleton St George, County Durham]; also spelt Middleton
Midleton's death was the subject of a coroner's inquiry.
DPRI/1/1630/M6/1-2   undated
account
Account of Cuthbert Middleton of both the goods etc. of his son Marmaduke Middleton and also of the tuition of his grand-daughter Dorothy Middleton's goods and portion etc. Of the charge, £30 17s 8d is not accounted in the balance, this sum being made up of desperate debts not yet received, and the subject of a Durham Chancery case: William Johnson v Cuthbert Middleton.
DPRI/1/1630/M7
John MILBANCK, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/M7/1   13 September 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/M7/2-5   9 November 1630
indented inventory, actual total £1,183 12s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £81 19s 2d)
with supplementary inventory, 6 September 1631, actual total £3,035 13s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £684 10s 6d)
(1) inventory of household goods etc.; (2) inventory of shop goods, merchandise, shipping, plate and debts
DPRI/1/1630/M8
Robert MILLIKIN, husband of Isabell Millikin, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/M8/1-2   31 July 1630
account
account of Isabell Millikin, relict
DPRI/1/1630/M9
Alice MITFORD, of Sighell in the parish of ... [Earsdon, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/M9/1-2   undated
account
account of Michaell Mitford esquire, son
DPRI/1/1630/M10
Thomas MORTON, vicar of Wooler, clerk, of Wooller [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Moreton
DPRI/1/1630/M10/1-2   undated
inventory
administration granted at Wooler to Peregrine Moreton, son, and Jocasta Moreton, daughter, with the consent of the relict, 10 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1630/M11
William MOWBREY, yeoman, of Plawsworth in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Mowbray
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B204
DPRI/1/1630/M11/1   14 July 1630
will
with codicil, 19 July 1630
DPRI/1/1630/O1   14 February 1631
Cuthbert ORDE, of parish of Norham, Northumberland [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Cudbart, Ord. Died 5 November 1630
DPRI/1/1630/O1/1   5 November 1630
nuncupative will
probate granted at Tweedmouth to Richard Orde, son and sole executor, 14 Feb 1631; inventory respited
DPRI/1/1630/O1/2-3   9 March 1631
inventory, actual total £27 0s 1d
DPRI/1/1630/O2   3 July 1630
John ORDE, esquire, of Wester Newbigin (Newbiggin) in the county palatyne of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Ourde, Ourd
DPRI/1/1630/O2/1   14 April 1630
will
Probate granted at Berwick to Henry Ourde of Weetwood in Chatton, executor, 3 July 1630. The will is now only legible under ultra-violet light.
DPRI/1/1630/O3
George OSBORNE, yeoman, of South Sheles (Sheales) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Osburne
DPRI/1/1630/O3/1-2   26 January 1628
inventory
DPRI/1/1630/P1   23 June 1630
Elizabeth PATTISON, widow, of Gatesid in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Patteson
see DPRI/4/13 f.31: 23 June 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B125
DPRI/1/1630/P1/1   14 June 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/P1/2   30 June 1630
indented inventory, actual total £73 9s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £26 9s 4d)
DPRI/1/1630/P2
Robart PAXTON, yeoman, of Easington in the county of Durham [Easington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/P2/1   24 February 1630
[copy will]
DPRI/1/1630/P2/2   4 March 1628
copy inventory, actual total £165 9s
DPRI/1/1630/P3   31 March 1630
John PEACOCKE, master and mariner, of parish of All Sainctes towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Peacock
see DPRI/4/13 f.15v: 31 Mar 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B14
DPRI/1/1630/P3/1   31 March 1629
will
DPRI/1/1630/P3/2-3   15 January 1630
indented inventory, actual total £283 (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £38)
£40 of the actual total (paid for 1/16th of an unnamed ship) is the subject of legal proceedings
DPRI/1/1630/P4
Nathaniell PINCKNEY, gentleman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Pinkney
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B231
DPRI/1/1630/P4/1-2   16 April 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/P4/3-4   10 March 1631
inventory, actual total £100 3s 5d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1630/R1
Robert RACKAT, yeoman, of Bywell within the parish of Bywell Andrew (Peter) within the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Rackatt, Rackett, Racket
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B182
DPRI/1/1630/R1/1   22 July 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/R1/2   11 August 1630
inventory, actual total £132 17s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £33 11s 8d)
DPRI/1/1630/R3   18 March 1630
John REALEY, of Rosden, parish of Ilderton [Ilderton, Northumberland]; also spelt Revelye, Reveley
DPRI/1/1630/R3/1-2   undated
will
probate and tuition of John Revelye, son, granted at Alnwick to Cuthbert Reveley of Old Berwick, (brother and) executor, 18 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1630/R3/3   undated
inventory, actual total £23 0s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 2s)
DPRI/1/1630/R2   2 August 1630
John REASLEY, miller, of town of Newcastle upon Tine at the end of Waistgait ... the poulstren [postern] [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Reisley, Reesley, Reasly
See DPRI/4/13 f.41: proved, 2 Aug 1630. See also 1630 bond 183.
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B183
DPRI/1/1630/R2/1-2   6 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/R2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £181 11s 8d
endorsed: as yet not proved
DPRI/1/1630/R2/4   18 March 1630
commission
commission to Thomas Jackson D.D., vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Margery Reesley and Barbara Reesley, co-executors, and also to examine and swear the witnesses to the will; [executed by Thomas Jackson]. [A will bond was annexed to the commission, but was not executed for some reason. See 1630 bond 183.]
DPRI/1/1630/R2/5-6   undated
certificate of oath
Certificate of the oaths of the witnesses to the will, sworn by commission by Thomas Jackson. Barbary Reasly, one of the co-executors is to exhibit the will.
DPRI/1/1630/R2/7   undated
will bond
unexecuted will bond of Margerie and Barbara Reesley, widows [and co-executors]; no penal sum stated
DPRI/1/1630/R2/8   undated
wrapper
subscribed: not proved; with certificate
DPRI/1/1630/R4
Philip RICHARDSON, of Shotton and in the parrish of Easington [Shotton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/R4/1   undated
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed by the testator of £73 11s 7d
DPRI/1/1630/R4/2   9 November 1630
inventory, actual total £104 1s
DPRI/1/1630/R5
Robert RIDLEY, of Hatlwesle parishe [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B134
DPRI/1/1630/R5/1   14 October 1629
inventory
DPRI/1/1630/R5/2   14 October 1629
duplicate inventory
DPRI/1/1630/R5/3
wrapper
subscribed: Martin Ridley sworn; administration granted to Alice Ridley, former relict and now wife of Martin Ridley
DPRI/1/1630/R6
William ROBINSON, of Chester in the Streate [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/R6/1-2   11 February 1631
will
DPRI/1/1630/R6/3   18 February 1631
inventory, actual total £20 16s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3)
DPRI/1/1630/R7   3 November 1630
Robert ROGERS, yeoman, of Crookham in the parish of Foord (Foorde) and county of Northumberland [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt Rogerre
DPRI/1/1630/R7/1   26 December 1629
will
Will, with list of debts owed by testator of £33 9s. Probate granted at Wooler to Katherine Rogers, relict and executrix, 3 Nov 1630.
DPRI/1/1630/R7/2   29 September 1630
inventory, actual total £21 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1630/S1   1 May 1630
John SELBYE, gentleman, of Pawston (Pawson) in the countie of Northumberland [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Selby
see DPRI/4/13 f.21: proved, 1 May 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B26
DPRI/1/1630/S1/1   17 February 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/S1/2   19 April 1630
inventory, actual total £121 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1630/S1/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/S2
Raph SIMSON, gentleman, of Piddington (Pittington) hallgarth in the county of Durham [Pittington, County Durham]; also spelt Raiph, Simpson, Ralph
see DPRI/4/13 f.60v: proved, 29 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S2/1-3   16 February 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/S2/4-6   12 October 1630
inventory, actual total £4,368 4s 10d (with account of debts and legacies of £472 10s 2d)
DPRI/1/1630/S3   26 October 1630
Roger SMYTH, gentleman, of parish of Saint Maries in the South Baliffe within the citty of Durham [Durham St Mary the Less, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
see DPRI/4/13 f.50: proved, 26 Oct 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S3/1-2   10 October 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/S3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/S4   5 June 1630
William SPARKE, senior, of parish of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Spark
see DPRI/4/13 f.27: 5 June 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B102
DPRI/1/1630/S4/1-2   23 February 1630
will
endorsed: inventory exhibited, 10 June 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £58 3s 4d (with account of debts of £11 7s 1d)
dated 10 Mar
DPRI/1/1630/S4/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/S5   23 November 1630
Elsebeth SPETLL, wife of William Spittell, widow, of parish of Bedlington [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Elizabeth, Spittell, Spittle
see DPRI/4/13 f.60v: 26 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S5/1   1 July 1628
indented will
Will, with list of debts owed to (£43 2s) and owed by (4s) the testatrix. Probate granted at Bedlington to (Elsebeth Pentlay) Elizabeth Pentley spinster, sole executrix, 23 Nov 1630.
DPRI/1/1630/S5/2-3   1 November 1630
indented inventory, actual total £78 17s 4d (with account of debts of 4s)
DPRI/1/1630/S6   3 July 1630
Edward STORY, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of brough of Barwicke upon Tweed (Berwick upon Twead) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Storie, Storye
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B154
DPRI/1/1630/S6/1-2   3 July 1630
will
probate and tuition of Cecily Story (Sicilie, Sussilie Storie), daughter and sole executrix, granted at Tweedmouth to Margaret Story, relict and tutrix, during her daughter's minority, 3 July 1630; same date, query questioning whether a grant of administration is more usual in such cases
DPRI/1/1630/S6/3-6   7 June 1630
inventory, actual total £333 0s 2d
DPRI/1/1630/S7   3 November 1630
Addry STROTHER, of parish of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Andrew
see DPRI/4/13 f.54: administration granted [under seal], 8 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S7/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Wooler to Mary Strother spinster, daughter, 3 Nov 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/S8   1 June 1630
Mary SWALDELL, widow, of Bykar (Bikar) of the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Byker, Northumberland]; also spelt Marie, Swaddell, Swadell
see DPRI/4/13 ff.3v, 4, 10, 26: cause from Feb 1630 to 1 June 1630
DPRI/1/1630/S8/1-2   17 April 1625
will
endorsed with list of debts owed to (£54 9s 4d) and owed by (£11 10s) the testatrix
DPRI/1/1630/S8/3-4   1629
account, actual total £300 (with discharge of £305)
Account of Raphe Delavale of Callerton gentleman. Endorsed: office cause.
DPRI/1/1630/S9
Alexander SWINBORNE, yeoman, of Winlinton (Winlington) [Winlaton, County Durham]; also spelt Swinborn, Swinburne, Swinburn
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B87
DPRI/1/1630/S9/1-2   1 June 1630
inventory
DPRI/1/1630/S9/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/W1
Thomas WALTON, of Hemsongh (Hemseugh) in Aldstonmore (Alston) [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1630/W1/1-2   5 March 1626
will
Subscribed: not proved, but executrix has acted. Endorsed: not proved.
DPRI/1/1630/W2
John WATSON, minor canon of Durham Cathedral, curate of St Giles in Durham, clerk, of Gilligate (Geligate, Gillygate, Gillygaite) [Durham St Giles, County Durham]; also spelt Watsonne
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B92
DPRI/1/1630/W2/1-2   February 1626
will
DPRI/1/1630/W2/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £49
DPRI/1/1630/W4
Cuthbert WHEATLEY, the elder, yeoman, of Kiblesworth in the county palatine of Durham and parish of Lamsley [Lamesley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1630/W4/1-2   25 July 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/W4/3-4   7 October 1630
inventory, actual total £106 17s 2d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £17 7s 6d)
DPRI/1/1630/W3   28 August 1630
Parsebell WILLBORNE, of Shotton [Shotton, County Durham]; also spelt Percyvell, Wilbourne, Welburn, Parcybell, Wellborn
see DPRI/4/13 f.42: 28 Aug 1630
DPRI/1/1630/W3/1-2   20 June 1629
will
with codicil, 6 March 1631
with (undated) memorandum of the witnesses certifying the validity of the codicil
DPRI/1/1630/W3/3-4   1 June 1630
inventory, actual total £200 11s 6d
DPRI/1/1630/W6
Rowland WILLEY, father of Raiph Willey, of Kirkmerington (Kirkmerrington, Merrington) of the county of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Willy
DPRI/1/1630/W6/1-2   undated
account
account of Raiph Willey, son and executor
DPRI/1/1630/W8   8 October 1630
Dionis WILSON, of Pegsworth in the countye of Northumberland [Bothal, Northumberland]; also spelt Dyonis, Wylson, Wylsonn, Willson
see DPRI/4/13 f.43v: 8 Oct 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B216
DPRI/1/1630/W8/1-2   10 September 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/W8/3-4   undated
schedule of legacies
DPRI/1/1630/W5
Lewis WOODRINGTON, gentleman, of Cheeseburne Grainge (Cheesburne Grange) in the county of Northumberland [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Widdrington
DPRI/1/1630/W5/1-2   undated
will
dated, 19 J... (damage)
DPRI/1/1630/W5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £49 0s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £31 8s 10d)
DPRI/1/1630/W5/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1630/W7   29 October 1630
Raiph WRIGHT, yeoman, of Sedgfield (Sedgfeild) in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.51: proved, 29 Oct 1630
bond: DPRI/3/1630/B217
DPRI/1/1630/W7/1-2   13 January 1630
will
DPRI/1/1630/W7/3   3 June 1630
inventory, actual total £18 8s 11s (with account of funeral expenses of £1)
Wills etc proved 1631
Reference: DPRI/1/1631
DPRI/1/1631/A1
John ADAMSON, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/A1/1-2   28 September 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/A1/3-4   1 October 1631
inventory, actual total £69 8s 2d
DPRI/1/1631/A1/5   15 October 1631
commission
commission to Richard Lamberte (Lambert) MA, vicar of Corbridge, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to [Daniell Adamson] the executor, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Lamberte, 16 Oct 1631
DPRI/1/1631/A2   17 March 1632
Andrew AINSLEY, yeoman, of Welhouse in the parish of Chollerton and countie of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Ainesley, Aynsley, Anslye
see DPRI/4/13 f.136: 9 Mar 1632
DPRI/1/1631/A2/1-2   21 February 1632
will
with contemporaneous list of goods / debts owed by (unvalued) and owed to (£13 10s 4d) the testator
DPRI/1/1631/A2/4   25 February 1632
inventory, actual total £21 15s 11d
DPRI/1/1631/A2/3   9 March 1632
commission
commission to Richard Lambert MA, vicar of Corbridge, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to David Ainsley, sole executor, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed [?at Corbridge] by Lamberte, 17 Mar 1632
DPRI/1/1631/A3
Raphe ATKINSON, yeoman, of Benridge within the countye of Northumberland and parish of Mittford (Mittfford, Mitford) [Mitford, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/A3/1   28 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/A3/2   3 November 1631
inventory, actual total £25 17s
DPRI/1/1631/A4
William ATKINSON, felt-maker, of cittye of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Atkinsone
DPRI/1/1631/A4/1   17 January 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/B1
Marye BIRKHEAD, widow, of Eglescliffe in the countie of Durham [Egglescliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Marie
DPRI/1/1631/B1/1   24 February 1630
will
execution renounced by Nathaniell Birkhead, son and sole executor, 4 Aug 1631
DPRI/1/1631/B2   14 May 1631
Christopher BLACKITT, yeoman, of Shiply (Shipley) within the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Blackit, Blackett
DPRI/1/1631/B2/1   20 March 1631
will
probate granted to Hugh Blackett, sole executor, 14 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/B2/2-3   13 April 1631
inventory, actual total £100 7s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £35 2s 2d)
DPRI/1/1631/C1   12 November 1631
Anthony CHAPMAN, of Frosterley, parish of Stanhopp [Frosterley, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonye
DPRI/1/1631/C1/1   21 September 1631
will
endorsed: proved 12 [?Nov] 1631
DPRI/1/1631/C1/2-3   29 September 1631
inventory, actual total £32 15s (with account of debts of £6 3s)
DPRI/1/1631/C2
Isabell CHAYTOR, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Chaitor
DPRI/1/1631/C2/1-2   14 January 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/C3   17 December 1631
John CHILLTON, yeoman, of parish of Chester in the Streate in the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Chilton
DPRI/1/1631/C3/1   24 October 1631
will
endorsed: proved, 17 Dec 1631
DPRI/1/1631/C4
William CHYLD, yeoman, of the Lodge in Witton East Parke (Witton Parke Lodge) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Child
DPRI/1/1631/C4/1-2   9 February 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/C4/3   23 March 1631
inventory, actual total £67 13s (with account of debts of £5)
DPRI/1/1631/C5
Thomas CLAVERING, gentleman, of chappelrie of St Johns within the town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
It is probable but not certain that these two documents refer to the same individual. They were found separately. The sum of the inventory differs from that in the charge of the account. However, a Fenwick connection is apparent in both documents. See DPRI/4/13 f.79: only one Thomas Clavering extant. No bond survives.
DPRI/1/1631/C5/3-4   5 April 1631
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/C5/1-2   undated
account, actual total £117 (with discharge of £23 0s 2d)
account of Mabell Fenwicke alias Claveringe of Newcastle, sister; subscribed with the adjudged allocation of £5 for pious uses - the repair of St Paul's Cathedral, London - and for which a monition was decreed
DPRI/1/1631/C6
Roberte CLIFTON, of Cappon (Coopon, Cowpon) in the parish of Billling ham (Billingham) [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Robert
DPRI/1/1631/C6/1   15 September 1630
will
endorsed with (undated) list of debts owed by (£24) and owed to (£16 13s) the testator
DPRI/1/1631/C6/2-3   6 December 1630
inventory, actual total £143 2s 6d
DPRI/1/1631/C7
Thomas COATSWOTH, of Warrinton (Warrington, Wharrington, Warington) within the parish of Kello [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]; also spelt Coatsworth, Cootsworth, Cootswoth, Cotesworth
DPRI/1/1631/C7/1-2   25 April 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/C7/3-4   29 April 1631
inventory, actual total £85 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1631/C8
Henry COLLINGWOODE, of Broomerigg (Broomeridge) within the parish of Fourde (Foorde, Foord) [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt Collingwood, Collinwood
DPRI/1/1631/C8/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Wooler to Elizabeth Collingwood, relict, 10 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1631/C9
George COMYN, of Burne within the parish of Bransspith [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Coming
DPRI/1/1631/C9/1   4 March 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/C9/2-3   17 March 1631
inventory, actual total £33 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £15 16s 6d)
date in Mar 1631 uncertain (damaged)
DPRI/1/1631/C10
George COMYN, anchor-smith, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/C10/1-2   7 August 1628
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1631/D1
Christopher DAWSON, tanner, of Morpeth in the countye of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/D1/1-2   7 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/D1/3   1 November 1631
indented inventory, actual total £9 14s 8d
DPRI/1/1631/D2
George DIXON, gentleman, esquire, of Ramshaw within the county of Durham, chapelry of Auckland St Hellen [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/D2/1-2   19 March 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/D2/3-6   13 April 1631
indented inventory, actual total £304 7s 10d
inventory total does not include the (unvalued) lease of a moeity of Evenwood Parks
DPRI/1/1631/D3   31 March 1631
Thomas DOBBIESON, of Lypwod (Lipwood) [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Dobbison, Dobbiesonn
DPRI/1/1631/D3/1   15 January 1631
will
Date in Jan 1631 uncertain (damaged). Endorsed: [probate granted to] Alice (Alyce) Dobbieson, relict and executrix, 31 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1631/D3/2   26 January 1631
inventory, actual total £22 10s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 7s 8d)
DPRI/1/1631/D4   12 September 1631
Allexander DONALDSON, of within the chappellrie (parish) of Doddington [Doddington, Northumberland]; also spelt Donnaldson
DPRI/1/1631/D4/1-2   5 September 1631
will
probate granted at Wooler to Thomas Chissam (Chessom) of Earle, executor, 12 Sep 1631
DPRI/1/1631/D4/3   7 September 1631
inventory, actual total £25 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1631/D5
George DUNN, yeoman, of Alnemouth (Alemouth) in the countie of Northumberland [Alnmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Dun
DPRI/1/1631/D5/1-2   13 September 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/D5/3   11 October 1631
inventory, actual total £15 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1631/D6   13 December 1631
Luke DUNN, yeoman, of town of NewCastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/D6/1   21 September 1631
will
Endorsed: proved, 13 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/D6/2-3   7 October 1631
indented inventory, actual total £49 15s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £3 5s)
DPRI/1/1631/F2   7 December 1630
Margaret FENWICKE, daughter of William Fenwicke, of Whitchester [Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
see DPRI/4/13 f.62v: administration granted, 7 Dec 1630; inventory exhibited, 7 Apr 1631
DPRI/1/1631/F2/1   undated
inventory
inventory of the deceased's goods and portion (by the will of her father), exhibited by James Carr, husband of the deceased's mother
DPRI/1/1631/F3   11 November 1631
Thomas FENWICKE, gentleman, of West Matfen (Matfin) in the parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
DPRI/1/1631/F3/1   6 October 1631
will
endorsed: (1) proved, 11 Nov 1631; (2) memorandum of the delivery of the will to the executors
DPRI/1/1631/F3/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £264 14s
subscribed: exhibited 7 Dec 1631 by William Crooke, sequestrator
DPRI/1/1631/F4   30 July 1631
William FENWICKE, gentleman, of Lessberry (Lesburie, Lesbury) in the countie of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
DPRI/1/1631/F4/1   19 July 1631
will
proved at Lesbury by commission, 30 July 1631
DPRI/1/1631/F4/2   19 July 1631
copy will
This copy will is not a true copy, and may have been intended as the fair copy, and the other as the draft.
DPRI/1/1631/F4/3   9 July 1631
inventory, actual total £175 (and more, with account of debts and funeral expenses of £79 11s 2d)
with additional inventory, 18 August 1632
Inventory totals of goods and debts owed to the deceased are damaged. Endorsed with memorandum of the executors relating to the valuation of two leases at Lesbury (£3 pa net), 18 Aug 1632
DPRI/1/1631/F1   4 November 1631
Lyonell FENWIKE, esquire, of Blaigdon (Blackden) in the countie of Northumberland [Stannington, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
For the inventory of Lyonell Fenwicke, see - DPRI/1/1630/F3/1-2
DPRI/1/1631/F1/1-2   undated
account
Account of Edward Lorren, gentleman. Endorsed: admitted, 4 Nov [1631].
DPRI/1/1631/F5   21 May 1631
Margrett FOLLANSBY, widow, of Rackwod hill within the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.85v: 21 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/F5/1   27 March 1631
will
endorsed with (undated) memorandum relating to the proving of the will (see DPRI/4/13 f.85v)
DPRI/1/1631/F5/2-3   11 April 1631
inventory, actual total £147 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £55 15s 9d)
DPRI/1/1631/G1
Anthony GARNE, gentleman, of Eglesclife [Egglescliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Garnett, Garnet
DPRI/1/1631/G1/1   14 July 1631
inventory
administration granted to Samuel Hancock, creditor; Mary Garnett widow having renounced
DPRI/1/1631/G2
Dorothy GRAY, daughter of the Right Worshipful Sir Raphe Gray knight of Chillingham deceased, spinster, of broughe of Berwick (Barwick) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Dorothie, Graye, Dorithie, Gray, Graie. Died 7 July 1631
The validity of each will was disputed, the opposing parties being: John Gray esquire of Bradforth, brother and sole executor of one will v Sir John Selbie knight, brother-in-law, and John Strother gentleman, co-executors of the other will. The final sentences in each case found in John Gray's favour. See Probate Act Book DPRI/4/13 ff.100 (inventory exhibited and bond entered, 29 July 1631), 109 (24 Sep 1631), 111, 126v and forwards.
DPRI/1/1631/G2/1   5 July 1631
will
endorsed: exhibited by John Graye [of Bradforth, brother and sole executor nominated in this will]
DPRI/1/1631/G2/2   5 July 1631
will
endorsed: exhibited by John Strother [of Berwick, gentleman and co-executor nominated in this will]
DPRI/1/1631/G2/3-4   12 July 1631
inventory, actual total £346 15s 2d (and more)
inventory includes a £300 lease of Elwick, the deceased's right to which was in question; also various items in the hands of other persons were not valued due to the 'uncertainty' at the time of making the inventory
DPRI/1/1631/G2/7-8   undated
allegation
Allegation of Sir John Selbie knight and John Strother gentleman, co-executors, relating the circumstances of the making of the second will. Endorsed: exhibited by John Strother
DPRI/1/1631/G2/9-10   17 March 1632
final sentence
final sentence at Durham on the part of John Graye against the validity of the will exhibited by John Selbie and John Strother
DPRI/1/1631/G2/11-12   17 March 1632
final sentence
final sentence at Durham on the part of John Graye validating the will exhibited by himself
DPRI/1/1631/G2/5-6   9 April 1632
copy inhibition
with copy inhibition, April 1632
inhibitions from the prerogative court of York to Durham relating to (1) a cause to prove the will, John Gray esquire of Bradforth v Sir John Selbie knight and John Strother; (2) a cause to prove the [other] will, Sir John Selbie and John Strother v John Gray
DPRI/1/1631/G3
Sir Edward GRAY, knight, of Morpeth Castle in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Graye
DPRI/1/1631/G3/1-2   10 January 1628
copy will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 215-216

DPRI/1/1631/G3/3-6   10 January 1628
copy will
with act of court, 23 March 1632
with act of court, 1 February 1633
acts of court: (1) in the house of Mary Smith, North Bailey, Edward Gray gentleman, son and sole executor, obtains a decree that the original will should be delivered to himself, probate currently being contested and under arbitration in a cause (at Durham), Edward Gray v Thomas Gray and Mrs Fenwick; (2) in the same place, the deceased is found to have had bona notabile in York diocese
DPRI/1/1631/G3/7
wrapper
DPRI/1/1631/G4
George GRAY, of Lesburie in the countie of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Graye
DPRI/1/1631/G4/1-2   26 September 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/G4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £52 11s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 5s)
DPRI/1/1631/G5   12 May 1631
Robert GRAY, gentleman, of Aykelde (Akald, Aykeld) within the countie of Northumberland [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Graye
DPRI/1/1631/G5/1-2   6 April 1631
will
probate granted at Coupland to Margaret Gray relict, and Arthur Gray of Wark (eldest) son, co-executors, 12 May 1631
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 232

DPRI/1/1631/G5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £87 14s
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 232

DPRI/1/1631/G6   29 October 1631
Ninian GRESHAM, yeoman, of Hurworth upon Teese in the countye palatyne of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]; also spelt Grisham
DPRI/1/1631/G6/1-2   17 October 1631
will
endorsed: proved, 29 Oct [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/G6/3-4   26 October 1631
inventory, actual total £148
DPRI/1/1631/H1
William HALL, alderman [of Newcastle], merchant, alderman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/H1/1   23 January 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/H2
Nicholas HARRISON, yeoman, of St Andrew Auckland (Awkland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/H2/1   9 January 1632
will
DPRI/1/1631/H2/2-3   24 January 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/H3   3 May 1631
John HICKES, [rector of Whitburn], [clerk] [Whitburn, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.83v: 3 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/H3/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1631/H3/2
wrapper
endorsed: about 1631
DPRI/1/1631/H4
Robert HILDIARD, gentleman, of brough of Elvett neere the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hilliard
DPRI/1/1631/H4/1   22 October 1631
copy will
DPRI/1/1631/H4/2   18 November 1631
grant of probate
probate granted to Frances Hildiard, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1631/H5
Christopher HODGSHON, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/H5/1-3   30 March 1631
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/H6
Anne HOOPE, of Billingham in the countie of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Ann, Hoop
DPRI/1/1631/H6/1   17 November 1631
will
with renunciation, 7 March 1632
will, endorsed with renunciation of John Warmouth at Darlington, sole executor, to the Dean and Chapter of York, the testatrix having bona notabilia in York diocese he nominates a neighbour and the nearer kin Thomas Routledge to act
DPRI/1/1631/H6/2   7 March 1632
inventory, actual total £14 10s (with account of debts of £1 10s)
DPRI/1/1631/H7
Grace HOWEY, wife of Thomas Howey of Newcastle, cutler, of towne [of Newcastle upon Tyne] in the countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/H7/1-2   5 January 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/H8
Thomas HUMFFRAY, merchant, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne, parish of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Humfrey
DPRI/1/1631/H8/1-4   undated
inventory
page order: 1, 3, 2, 4
DPRI/1/1631/H9
Richard HUNTLEY, yeoman, of Shadforth (Shaltforth) within the parish of Pittington Halgarth in the county palatine of Durham [Shadforth, County Durham]; also spelt Huntlay
DPRI/1/1631/H9/1-2   26 April 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/H9/3   19 May 1631
inventory, actual total £89 13s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19)
DPRI/1/1631/J1
Alice JACKSON, single woman, Barnard Castell (Castle) in the countie of Durham, London [Barnard Castle, County Durham; London]
DPRI/1/1631/J1/1   10 April 1625
will
will made before journeying to London
DPRI/1/1631/J1/2   14 June 1631
inventory, actual total £9 12s 4d (with account of debts of £2 10s)
DPRI/1/1631/J2   3 November 1630
George JOLLIE, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/13 f.52: administration and the tuition of six named children granted to Anne Jollie, relict, 3 Nov 1630; a bond and inventory were also entered the same day; account exhibited, 18 July 1631
DPRI/1/1631/J2/1-2   18 July 1631
account
account of Anne Jollie, relict; subscribed with account of the allocation of thirds between the widow and six children
DPRI/1/1631/J3   4 January 1632
Jane JOWSEY, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Jowse
DPRI/1/1631/J3/1   26 December 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/J3/2   26 December 1631
copy will
DPRI/1/1631/J3/6-7   31 December 1631
commission
Commission to Samuel Barker MA, curate of Newcastle All Saints, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Thomas Cheseholme (Cheesholme) and William Soulesbie, tutors of the deceased's sons and co-executors Matthew Jowsey and John Jowsey respectively (for their use until they come of age), and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Barker, 4 Jan 1632. Endorsed: '...with commission, 7 Jan [1632]'.
DPRI/1/1631/J3/3-5   4 January 1632
indented inventory, actual total £103 1s 5d (with account of funeral expenses of £6 9s 6d)
DPRI/1/1631/K1   13 September 1631
Bartram KILLINGWORTH, gentleman, of Killingworth in the countie of Northumberlande [Killingworth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/K1/1-2   30 June 1631
indented inventory
endorsed: administration granted, 13 Sep [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/L1
John LANGHORNE, yeoman, of Udon Lees in the countie of Durham Hamsterley [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Langhore
DPRI/1/1631/L1/1-2   4 May 1630
will
DPRI/1/1631/L1/3   4 April 1631
indented inventory, actual total £15 16s 8d (with account of debts of 17s)
endorsed with names of bondsmen
DPRI/1/1631/L2   1 April 1631
Peter LATIMORE, yeoman, the Bower in the parish (chapelry) of Bellingham and in the countie of Northumberlande, Chirdon [Bellingham, Northumberland; Greystead, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/L2/1   28 August 1630
will
endorsed with list of debts owed to (£2 17s 8d) and owed by (£1 2s) the testator
DPRI/1/1631/L2/2   6 December 1630
inventory, actual total £7 8s 4d
endorsed: [probate granted to] Peter [Latimore], son, 1 Apr 1631
DPRI/1/1631/L3
Miles LAVEROCKE, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/L3/1-2   undated
account
account of Alice Laverocke, relict; subscribed with cancelled account of the allocation
DPRI/1/1631/L4   2 December 1631
James LAWSON, of Neasam (Neesham), parish of Hurworth [Hurworth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/L4/1-3   17 October 1631
inventory
endorsed: administration granted, 2 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/L5   15 December 1631
Raph LAWSON, of Neesham, parish of Hurworth [Hurworth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/L5/1   20 November 1631
inventory
Exhibited, 19 Jan 1632. Endorsed: administration granted, 15 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/L6
Arthur LEE, of chapplerie of Garrigill (Garragill) [Alston, Cumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1631/B104
DPRI/1/1631/L6/1   18 November 1629
will
DPRI/1/1631/L6/2   10 April 1630
inventory, actual total £43 7s 7d (with account of debts of £53 3s 5d)
DPRI/1/1631/L7   May 1631
Edward LEE, gentleman, of Sunderland by the Sea in the countie of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.86v: May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/L7/1-6   14 December 1630
will
subscribed: B[ackhou]se [a witness] sworn, Feb 1631
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 320-231

DPRI/1/1631/L7/7-8   undated
inventory, actual total £584 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £32 19s 10d)
inventory total does not include leases valued at £137 13s 4d per annum (and more), the full valuation of which is not stated
DPRI/1/1631/L8   23 September 1631
John LEE, yeoman, of Sunderland in the parishe of Stanhope (Stanhopp) within the countie of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/L8/1-2   27 May 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/L8/3   27 May 1631
copy will
endorsed: proved, 23 Sep [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/L8/4   undated
inventory, actual total £209 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1631/L10
Henry LITLEPAIGE, silk-weaver, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Littlepage
DPRI/1/1631/L10/1-4   3 July 1631
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1631/L10/5-6   18 July 1631
account, actual total £605 9s 1d (with discharge of £383 12s 6d)
account of Dorothie Littlepage, relict; subscribed with account of the allocation of thirds to the widow and four named sons
DPRI/1/1631/L9
Richarde LITTELFARE, whitesmith, of citti of Durham in the counti of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Richard, Litlefare
DPRI/1/1631/L9/1-2   14 January 1628
will
DPRI/1/1631/L9/3   undated
inventory, actual total £2 12s
DPRI/1/1631/L11
Robart LOCKEY, of parish of Grindon [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Locky, Robert, Lockie
DPRI/1/1631/L11/1   5 January 1632
will
DPRI/1/1631/L11/2   undated
inventory, actual total £183 8s 4d (with account of legacies of £16 5s)
DPRI/1/1631/L12   17 December 1631
John LODGE, yeoman, of Cockfield (Cockfeild) in the countye of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Lodg
DPRI/1/1631/L12/1-2   25 April 1631
will
proved, 17 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/L13
Hugh LOWES, of Beltingem (Beltingham) in the parishe of Halt[whistle] [Beltingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/L13/1   19 November 1630
will
endorsed: [probate granted to] John Lowes, (son and) executor, 31 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1631/L13/2   24 November 1630
inventory, actual total £27 16s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 9s)
DPRI/1/1631/M1   5 November 1631
Isabell MADDESON, widow, of Whitehall (Withiehall) in the parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Iassbell, Maddison
DPRI/1/1631/M1/1   October 1631
nuncupative will
endorsed: administration granted, 5 Nov [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/M1/2   1631
inventory, actual total £20 7s 4d (and more, with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £2 16s and more)
inventory totals are incomplete (damage)
DPRI/1/1631/M2
Thomas MARLOW, felt-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt marley
DPRI/1/1631/M2/1-2   6 April 1631
copy will
DPRI/1/1631/M2/3-4   9 May 1631
inventory, actual total £81 0s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £5 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1631/M3
Thomas MEDCALFE, yeoman, of Marwood Parke in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Metcalf
DPRI/1/1631/M3/1   3 April 1630
will
DPRI/1/1631/M3/2   15 March 1631
inventory, actual total £30 11s 10d
inventory total does not include a lease from Sir Henry Faine [Vane] valued at nothing it 'being upon a racke rent'
DPRI/1/1631/M4   13 September 1631
Sir William MUSCHAME, knight, of Barmore [Lowick, Northumberland]; also spelt Muschampe
DPRI/1/1631/M4/1-2   9 September 1631
commission
commission to Emanuel Trotter, vicar of Newton, or to Gilbert Drurie, vicar of Berwick upon Tweed, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Lady Elizabeth Muschame, relict, and also granting to her the tuition of William, Ralph, Thomas and Mary Muschampe, children; commission executed at Barmoor by Trotter, 13 Sep 1631
DPRI/1/1631/M5   12 September 1631
Edward MUSCHAMPP, vicar of Chatton, clerk, of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]; also spelt Muschampe
DPRI/1/1631/M5/1-2   28 April 1631
inventory
Date in Apr 1631 uncertain (damage). Administration granted at Wooler to Elliner Muschampe, relict, 12 Sep 1631
DPRI/1/1631/N1
Roger NEWBY, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/N1/1-2   18 July 1631
account
account of Anne Newby, relict; subscribed with account of the allocation
DPRI/1/1631/N2
Mary NICHOLSON, wife of Edwyne Nicolson of Newcastle, merchant, widow, of parishe of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Marye, Nicolson
DPRI/1/1631/N2/1   24 March 1630
will
DPRI/1/1631/N2/2-3   10 June 1630
inventory, actual total £665 16s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £84 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1631/O1
William ORD, gentleman, of Pruddoe Castle [Prudhoe, Northumberland]; also spelt Ourd
DPRI/1/1631/O1/1-2   7 May 1630
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/P1
Rebecca PEARITH, wife of Thomas Pearith of Gateshead, master and mariner, of Gateshead (Gateside) [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Peareth
DPRI/1/1631/P1/3-4   2 July 1631
inventory
endorsed: fiat monit. [monished]
DPRI/1/1631/P1/1-2   undated
account, actual total £35 2s 10d (with discharge of £38 16s)
account of Thomas Nicholson of Gateshead
DPRI/1/1631/P2   16 January 1629
Robert PHILLIPPS, father of Thomas Phillipps, cordwainer, of Gatesid [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Phillipes
For the will, inventory and commission of Robert Phillipps, see - DPRI/1/1628/P6/1 - DPRI/1/1628/P6/2-3 - DPRI/1/1628/P6/4
DPRI/1/1631/P2/1-2   7 October 1631
account
account of Thomas Arrowsmyth, tutor curator and governor of Thomas Phillipps, son and executor (an apprentice to John Tailor). Endorsed: admitted, 7 Oct [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/P3   16 February 1632
Bartrim POTT, yeoman, of the Hill of Ridsdaile in the county of Northumberland, parish of Elsden [Elsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Bartram
see DPRI/4/13 f.241v: 16 Feb 1632
DPRI/1/1631/P3/1-2   5 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1631/P3/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £17 11s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £7 3s 4d)
DPRI/1/1631/P4   16 May 1631
Edward PURVES, yeoman, of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland [Longhoughton, Northumberland]; also spelt Purveis, Purvis
DPRI/1/1631/P4/1-2   8 March 1631
[copy will]
with inventory, actual total £29 6s 4d (with account of debts of £9 10s)
probate granted at Alnwick to Alice Purveis of Ratsheugh [Ratcheugh] in Longhoughton widow, 16 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/R1
James RAMSEY, yeoman, of South Charleton (Charlton) of the parish of Ellingham [South Charlton, Northumberland]; also spelt Ramsa
DPRI/1/1631/R1/1   16 January 1632
will
DPRI/1/1631/R1/2   16 February 1632
inventory, actual total £6 14s
DPRI/1/1631/R2
Tymothy RAND, master and mariner, of Gateshead (Gateside) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/R2/1-2   6 November 1630
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/R3
Edward RANE, yeoman, of Somerhouse in the countie of Durham, parish of Gainford [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Raine
DPRI/1/1631/R3/1-2   24 February 1631
will
endorsed with memorandum relating that the will was further published: (undated) and 27 Feb 1631
DPRI/1/1631/R3/3-4   5 May 1631
inventory, actual total £110 8s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 17s)
DPRI/1/1631/R4
Rihard RAWE, yeoman, of the Westmost (Wester) Salt Panns nigh South Sheeles in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Richard, Raw
DPRI/1/1631/R4/1-2   31 December 1630
will
DPRI/1/1631/R4/3-4   31 March 1631
inventory, actual total £2,304 0s 6d
DPRI/1/1631/R5
Robert REAY, cordwainer, of chapplery of St Johnes within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Rea, Rey
DPRI/1/1631/R5/1   17 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/R5/2   7 February 1632
indented inventory, actual total £50 11s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16 10s)
DPRI/1/1631/R5/3-4   undated
account, actual total £76 9s 4d (with discharge of £18 17s 4d)
account of Cyciley (Sissalay) Rey, relict and sole executrix (and residuary legatrix)
DPRI/1/1631/R6
Alexander REEWELEY, of Lesburie in the countie of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Reveleye, Revelye
DPRI/1/1631/R6/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Alnwick to Lucy Revelye now of Lesbury, relict, 1 July 1630
DPRI/1/1631/R7   13 December 1631
John RENNYCK, butcher, of Gaiteside (Gateshead, Gateside) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Rennycke, Rennicke
see DPRI/4/13 f.240: 13 Mar 1632
DPRI/1/1631/R7/1-2   23 September 1631
will
endorsed: (1) with list of debts owed by the testator of £1 7s; (2) proved, 13 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/R7/3-4   13 December 1631
inventory, actual total £62 14s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 10s
DPRI/1/1631/R8   31 March 1631
James RIDLEY, of Ridley within the parishe of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/13 f.80v
DPRI/1/1631/R8/1   undated
will
Administration granted to Nicholas Bell for the use of Barbara Ridley and Barbara Ridley, relict and daughter; [Mathewe Ridley, brother and executor, having renounced], 31 Mar 1631
DPRI/1/1631/R8/2   undated
inventory, actual total £12 16s 8d
DPRI/1/1631/R9   31 March 1631
Nicholas RIDLEY, of the Wowis [Beltingham, Northumberland]
[?The Vauce / Vaux]
DPRI/1/1631/R9/1   28 April 1630
will
Endorsed: [probate granted to] Henry and John Ridley, (two of the) co-executors, 31 Mar 1631. See DPRI/4/13 f.80.
DPRI/1/1631/R9/2   4 May 1630
inventory, actual total £4 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 4s)
administration granted to John Ridley, son
DPRI/1/1631/R11
Robert ROBINSON, the younger, of Elvitt [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/R11/1-2   1 October 1623
will
with inventory, 2 March 1624, actual total £6 10s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 19s 1d)
DPRI/1/1631/R10   4 October 1631
Anthony ROBINSONN, yeoman, of Hawthorn in the parish of Easingtone in the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Robinson, Robinsonne
DPRI/1/1631/R10/1-2   28 September 1630
will
endorsed: proved, 4 Oct 1631
DPRI/1/1631/R10/3-4   22 November 1630
inventory, actual total £113 6s 8d (with account of debts of £15 11s)
date in Nov 1630 uncertain
DPRI/1/1631/R12
Edmund RODHAM, esquire, of Litle (Little) Houghton [Longhoughton, Northumberland]; also spelt Edward
Forename appears to be Edmund, but indexed in DPRI/7 as Edward.
DPRI/1/1631/R12/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/R13   10 September 1631
Robert ROTHERAM, parson of Ford, clerk, of Fourd in the countie of Northumberland [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt Rotherham
DPRI/1/1631/R13/1   7 July 1631
will
endorsed: (1) probate granted at Berwick to Susanna Rotheram of Berwick, relict and executrix, 10 Sep 1631; (2) same place and date, the tuition of Patrick Southworth granted to John Satterwhaite (Satterthwaite); (3) same place and date, the tuition of Isabell Wasse granted to Thomas Temple.
DPRI/1/1631/R13/2-3   17 August 1631
inventory, actual total £58 4s
DPRI/1/1631/R13/5   August 1631
tuition bond, penal sum £240
Tuition bond relating to Isabell Wilson alias R[otheram]. Obligors: Thomas Haggerstone, Rowland Nicholson, Thomas Retson. [The tuition of an Isabell Wasse, cousin of the deceased, is provided for in the will.]
DPRI/1/1631/R13/4   September 1631
will bond
Dated, Sep ?1631; penal sum illegible. Obligors: Susanna Rotheram, John Satterthwaite, Thomas Temple.
DPRI/1/1631/R13/6
wrapper
DPRI/1/1631/R14   29 October 1631
George ROWELL, butcher, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Rowel
DPRI/1/1631/R14/1-2   5 May 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/R14/3-5   22 August 1631
inventory, actual total £99 6s 7d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £93 5s 6d)
endorsed: proved, 29 Oct 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S1
George SALKELD, gentleman, of Hull West Parke (Park) in the parish of Alnewick (Alnwicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Salkield
DPRI/1/1631/S1/1   20 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/S1/2-3   1631
inventory, actual total £84 14s 4d (with account of debts of £54 13s)
DPRI/1/1631/S2   12 March 1632
Richarde SAMSON, yeoman, of Over Pealoe (Pelow, Upper Peloe) of the paryshe of Chester within the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Rycharte, Sampson
see DPRI/4/13 f.138v: 12 Mar 1632
DPRI/1/1631/S2/1-2   22 August 1631
will
with list of debts owed to (£3 8s) and owed by (£15 8s 4d) the testator
DPRI/1/1631/S2/3   27 September 1631
inventory, actual total £70 18s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4 5s)
DPRI/1/1631/S3
Michaell SANDERSON, alderman [of Berwick-upon Tweed], mayor [of Berwick-upon Tweed], alderman, mayor, of brough of Berwick (Barwick) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/S3/1-2   5 August 1629
will
with codicil, 22 August 1629
DPRI/1/1631/S3/3-12   25 May 1630
inventory, actual total £2,890 3s 5d
DPRI/1/1631/S3/13-14   4 May 1631
account, actual total £2,690 13s 9d (with discharge of £1,811 5s 4d)
account of Michael Yeatman, (nephew and) co-executor
DPRI/1/1631/S4   15 February 1632
John SATTERTHWAYTE, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of broughe of Barwicke uppon Tweed (town and parish of Berwick upon Tweed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Satterthwaite, Satterthwate, Satterwhate
DPRI/1/1631/S4/1-2   26 December 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/S4/3-6   2 January 1632
inventory, actual total £318 10s 8d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1631/S4/7   28 January 1632
commission
commission to Gilbert Durye (Durie), vicar of Berwick, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to James Crowe of Berwick, (sole executor), for the use of John, James and Henry Satterwhate, children, and also to grant to him the tuition of the same; also to examine and swear the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Durie, 15 Feb 1632
DPRI/1/1631/S6
Alexander SELBY, esquire, of Bittlestone in the parish of Allanton [Alwinton, Northumberland]; also spelt Selbie, Selbye
DPRI/1/1631/S6/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Stannington to Joan Selbie, relict, who also undertook the tuition of six named children (with ages given)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 235-236

DPRI/1/1631/S7   10 September 1631
George SELBY, of Milkington [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Selbye
Selby is described as 'Master George Selby' on dorse of will. See DPRI/4/13 f.107v: 10 Sep 1631.
DPRI/1/1631/S7/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Berwick to Grace Selbye of Cornell [Cornhill], relict, 10 Sep 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S8   13 May 1631
Roger SELBY, of Grindon in the countie palatine of Durham, parish of Northam [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Selbye
DPRI/1/1631/S8/1   26 May 1631
inventory
administration granted at Grindon to Margery Selbye of Norham, relict, 13 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S9
Henry SHAFTOW, of Berwicke upon Tweade (Barwicke, Barwick upon Tweed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Shaftoe
DPRI/1/1631/S9/1-2   30 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/S9/3-4   29 October 1631
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1631/S10
John SHAWE, of Corneforth, parish of Bishop Middleham [Cornforth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/S10/1-2   28 November 1631
inventory
endorsed: administration granted, 24 Dec [1631]
DPRI/1/1631/S11   10 September 1631
John SIBITT, of Ancroft (Ancrofte) [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Sibbett, Sibbet
DPRI/1/1631/S11/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Tweedmouth to Mathew Sibbet, son, 10 Sep 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S12
William SIGGESWICK, yeoman, of Cleatlam in the county of Durham, parish of Gainford [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Siggeswicke
DPRI/1/1631/S12/3   29 December 1630
will
endorsed with list of debts owed by (£21 12s 3d) and owed to (£1 5s 1d) the testator
DPRI/1/1631/S12/1-2   13 January 1631
inventory, actual total £29 7s 6d
DPRI/1/1631/S5
Robert SKIRFEALD, of Grindonn (Grindon), parish of Bishop Warmouth [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Scurfeld, Scurfeild
DPRI/1/1631/S5/1-2   16 December 1630
inventory
administration granted to Isabell Scurfeld, relict
DPRI/1/1631/S13
Thomas SMITH, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, of town of Berwick uppon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/S13/1-2   30 September 1631
copy will
DPRI/1/1631/S14   9 December 1631
Richard SMYTH, yeoman, of Ulnabie (Ulnaby) in the countie of Durham, parish of Connscliffe [Coniscliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Rychard, Smith
DPRI/1/1631/S14/1   23 November 1631
will
probate granted to Alis Smyth (Alice Smith), relict and sole executrix, 9 Dec 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S14/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £521 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £217 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1631/S15   12 January 1632
Wylliam SMYTH, esquire, of cittie of Durham, North Bailey [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/S15/1-2   21 February 1631
will
Subscribed with memorandum of a second publication of the will, 15 Oct 1631. Endorsed: proved, 12 Jan [1632].
DPRI/1/1631/S16   20 August 1631
Margaret SOWERBIE, widow, of chapelry of Barnarcastle (Barnard Castle) within the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Sowerby
DPRI/1/1631/S16/1-2   4 January 1626
will
With marginal memorandum relating to the proctor 'H' and probate. Endorsed: proved, 20 Aug 1631; grant of probate, 3 Oct 1631.
DPRI/1/1631/S16/3   10 June 1631
inventory, actual total £38 11s 10d
DPRI/1/1631/S17
John SPARROWE, yeoman, of Washington in the countie of Durham (Durnehan) [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Sparrow
DPRI/1/1631/S17/1-2   2 April 1631
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1631/S17/3   undated
inventory, actual total £10 3s 4d (with account of debts of £1 9s 2d)
DPRI/1/1631/S18   29 October 1631
Allice STELLINGE, widow, of Nunstainton (Nunn Stainton) in the parishe of Aycklife (Aycliffe, Aikliff) in the countye of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Alice
see DPRI/4/13 f.119: 29 Oct 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S18/1   29 September 1628
will
endorsed: proved, 29 Oct 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S18/2   12 October 1631
indented inventory, actual total £115 (with account of debts of £22)
DPRI/1/1631/S19   5 August 1631
Tymothy STEVENSON, of Borrowby, jurisdiction of Alvertonshier (Allerton) [Leake, Yorkshire]; also spelt Timothy, Stephenson
DPRI/1/1631/S19/1-2   19 April 1631
inventory
Inventory account of debts includes 4s 6d of probate fees on dorse. Endorsed: administration granted to Jane Stevenson, relict, 5 Aug 1631
DPRI/1/1631/S20
Richard STORY, yeoman, of Clapurth (Clapourth, Clapeth) nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Storie
DPRI/1/1631/S20/1-2   19 May 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/S20/3-4   15 June 1631
inventory, actual total £729 19s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 13s 11d)
DPRI/1/1631/S21
George SWAINSTONN, of Pearsbrigg in the countie of Durham [Piercebridge, County Durham]; also spelt Swainston
DPRI/1/1631/S21/1-2   31 July 1631
will
DPRI/1/1631/S21/3-4   28 November 1631
inventory, actual total £81 4s 11d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £65 6s)
DPRI/1/1631/T1
James THOMPSON, vintner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1631/T1/1-2   undated
account
Account of Elizabeth Thompson, relict. Endorsed: [account] admitted, 14 Oct 1631.
DPRI/1/1631/T2
John THOMSON, labourer, yeoman, of Elvett (Elvet) in the sitie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Thompson, Tompson
DPRI/1/1631/T2/1-2   15 March 1631
will
date uncertain: 15 Mar 1631 or 25 Mar 1630
DPRI/1/1631/T2/3   20 April 1631
inventory, actual total £26 0s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2 19s)
DPRI/1/1631/W1
Grace WAISTELL, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
Testatrix requested her burial at Newcastle All Saints. See DPRI/4/13 f.98v
DPRI/1/1631/W1/1-2
will
DPRI/1/1631/W2
Thomisine WALTON, of Garragill [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Thomasine
DPRI/1/1631/W2/1   10 November 1630
will
DPRI/1/1631/W2/2   6 September 1631
inventory, actual total £12 2s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 8s)
DPRI/1/1631/W3
John WARDE [Hurworth, County Durham]
Address drawn from DPRI/4/13 f.117.
DPRI/1/1631/W3/1   1631
inventory
DPRI/1/1631/W4   29 July 1631
William WEATHERBURNE, yeoman, of Hawckell (Hawkell) in the countie of Northumberland, parish of Lesbury (Lesburie) [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Weatherburn, Wetherburne
DPRI/1/1631/W4/1-2   2 June 1631
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Mary Weatherburn relict, Thomas Weatherburn and Ralph Weatherburn, brothers, co-executors, 29 July 1631; the tuition of three named children also granted to their mother Mary Weatherburn on the same date
DPRI/1/1631/W4/3-6   25 July 1631
inventory, actual total £116 5s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £27 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1631/W5   21 January 1632
John WEEMES, of Trimden (Trimdon) within the county pallatyne of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Weames
DPRI/1/1631/W5/1-2   13 January 1632
will
with inventory, 16 January 1632, actual total £90 4s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 18s 10d)
endorsed: proved, 21 Jan [1632]
DPRI/1/1631/W6
James WHITE, of Morden in the parish of Sedgfeild [Morden, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/W6/1   undated
account
Account of Katherine White, relict. Endorsed: [account] admitted, 14 Apr 1632
DPRI/1/1631/W7
Nicholas WHITFIELD, yeoman, of Sherburne (Shereburne) in the parish of Pittington in the county pallatine of Durham [Sherburn, County Durham]; also spelt Whitfeild
DPRI/1/1631/W7/1-2   12 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1631/W7/3-4   1 March 1632
inventory, actual total £237 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1631/W9   28 January 1632
William WILKINSON, yeoman, of Elvitt within the parish of St Oswolds in Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.132: 28 Jan 1632
DPRI/1/1631/W9/1-2   2 November 1631
will
endorsed: proved, 28 Jan [1632]
DPRI/1/1631/W8   14 May 1631
John WILLIAMSONE, yeoman, of Ancroft (Ancrofte) within the liberties of Norham parcell of the countie pallentyne of Duham [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Williamson
DPRI/1/1631/W8/1   23 May 1630
will
with codicil, 26 May 1630
probate granted at Tweedmouth to Isabell Williamson, relict and co-executor, with a power being reserved [?to John Williamson, son and the other co-executor], 14 May 1631
DPRI/1/1631/W8/2   13 May 1631
inventory, actual total £23 11s (with account of debts of £1 9s and more)
subscribed with list of three minor children, with their ages
DPRI/1/1631/W10
William WILSON, of parish of Longnewton [Longnewton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1631/W10/1-2
account
Account of Janett Wilson widow, mother. Subscribed with memorandum of the administratrix requesting both the administrator's portion and an equal portion with the other kindred; her son's goods having been held in common with her deceased husband, Janett Wilson claims she has as yet not received her administrator's part of her husband's estate. William Wilson was bound to the probate court at York for his father's grandchildren's portions.
Wills etc proved 1632
Reference: DPRI/1/1632
DPRI/1/1632/A1
Grigory APPELBY, of Stretlom (Streatlam), chapelry of Barnard Castell (Castle) [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Gregory, Appleby
DPRI/1/1632/A1/1-2   18 November 1623
will
DPRI/1/1632/A2
Rouland ARCHER, of North Seaton of the parish of Woodhorne [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Roland, Rowland
DPRI/1/1632/A2/1-2   22 April 1632
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed by the testator of £19 6s 6d and more
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 240-241

DPRI/1/1632/A2/3   9 May 1632
inventory, actual total £114 5s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £46 7s 2d)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 240-241

DPRI/1/1632/A4
Isabell ARMESTRONGE, widow, of Corneforth (Cornforth) in the county of Durham, parish of Bishop Middleham [Cornforth, County Durham]; also spelt Isabel, Armestrong, Armstronge
DPRI/1/1632/A4/1   4 January 1633
will
DPRI/1/1632/A4/2   21 January 1633
inventory, actual total £78 12s
DPRI/1/1632/A3   18 February 1633
Uswald ARMORER, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, of broughe of Barwicke upon Tweed (Barwicke uppon Tweade) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Uswold, Armourer
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B305
DPRI/1/1632/A3/1   15 September 1632
will
probate granted at Berwick-upon-Tweed to Margrett Armorer, relict and sole executrix, 18 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/A3/2   2 October 1632
inventory, actual total £120 14s 2d
DPRI/1/1632/A5
Thomas ARROWSMYTH, the elder, yeoman, of Gatesid (Gaiteside, Gatesheade) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Arrowsmith
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B24
DPRI/1/1632/A5/1   20 November 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/A5/2-3   18 February 1633
indented inventory, actual total £276 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £20)
DPRI/1/1632/A6   6 February 1633
Nicholas ATKINSONN, yeoman, of Netherwitton (Nether Witton) in the county of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Atkinson
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B282
DPRI/1/1632/A6/1   17 November 1631
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Katherine Swan, former relict and co-executor; also the tuition of Dorothy and Elinor Atkinson, daughters and the other co-executors, granted to Katherine and her husband Thomas Swan, 6 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/A6/2   22 December 1631
inventory, actual total £39 (with account of debts and funeral charges of £27 13s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/B1
Robert BAKER, yeoman, of Gilly Gate (Gilligate) nere the citie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Baiker
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B230
DPRI/1/1632/B1/1-2   14 December 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/B1/3-4   14 December 1632
inventory, actual total £30 10s 4d (with account of debts of £1 10s 6d)
DPRI/1/1632/B2
Martyn BARBER, of North Midleton (Middleton) of the parish of Hartborne (Hartburne) [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Martin, Martine
DPRI/1/1632/B2/1-2   22 July 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/B2/3   24 August 1632
inventory, actual total £41 10s
DPRI/1/1632/B4
Thomas BROUGH, yeoman, of Washington in the countie of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B262
DPRI/1/1632/B4/1-2   12 November 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/B4/3-4   19 November 1632
inventory, actual total £118 14s 10d
endorsed with draft inventory
DPRI/1/1632/B3
Margaret BROUGHE, widow, of East Renton (Est Rantan, East Rainton) in the parish of Houghto[n] in the Springe [East Rainton, County Durham]; also spelt Margret, Brough
DPRI/1/1632/B3/1   26 September 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/B3/2   30 May 1632
inventory, actual total £26 16s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/B5
Alexander BURDON, of Newmoore in the countie of Durham, chapelry of Denton [Denton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/B5/1   21 November 1632
inventory
administration granted to Anne Burdon, relict
DPRI/1/1632/B6
Henry BURDON, yeoman, of Stockton in the countie of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Henrye
DPRI/1/1632/B6/1   6 September 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/B6/2-3   18 September 1632
inventory, actual total £371 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £56 11s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/B7
Thomas BURDON, yeoman, of Stockton within the countye of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/B7/1   17 August 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/B8
Francis BURRELL, alderman of Newcastle, tutor of Jane Couleson, alderman, merchant, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/B8/1-3   undated
account
with memorandum concerning portions, undated, actual total £532 16s 2d (with discharge of £277 16s 4d)
(1) account of Jane Carnabye (Carnabie), former relict and administratrix for the use of Peter Burrell and George Burrell, [sons and] executors; subscribed with account of a discharge of £29 10s from the children's total portion of £169 19s 11d; (2) memorandum relating that the balance of the five children's portion was divided with the consent of the three sons equally between the two daughters alone, even so there being insufficient funds to pay the daughters' legacies in full
DPRI/1/1632/B9
Rychard BYARS, yeoman, of Urpith (Urpeth) in the countie of Durham, parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Byers
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B241
DPRI/1/1632/B9/1   5 January 1633
will
DPRI/1/1632/B9/2-3   17 January 1633
inventory, actual total £195 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/C1
John CARLYLE, yeoman, of Bitchburne Greene in the parish of Witton upon Weere (Witton upon lee Wear) in the countie of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Carlile, Carlyell
DPRI/1/1632/C1/1   29 April 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/C1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £62 17s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/C2   2 October 1632
Lewes CARR, yeoman, of South Shelepans (South Sheeles) in the chapelry of St Hilda in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Lewis. Died 9 September 1632
DPRI/1/1632/C2/1-2   8 September 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/C2/5   1 October 1632
commission
commission to George Carr, curate of St Hilda, Patrick Watt (Wat), preacher of St Hilda, and John Heslopp, vicar of Tynemouth, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Carr, relict and sole executrix, and also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Carr and Watt, 2 Oct 1632
DPRI/1/1632/C2/3-4   2 October 1632
inventory, actual total £93 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/C3
Addeline CHAPMAN, widow, of Branspeth (Brancepeth) [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Adeline, Adaline
DPRI/1/1632/C3/1-2   27 January 1632
will
with nuncupative codicil, 5 February 1632
DPRI/1/1632/C3/3   9 February 1632
inventory, actual total £91 11s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £46 9s)
DPRI/1/1632/C4   15 March 1633
Henry CHAPMAN, alderman [of Newcastle], merchant, alderman, esquire, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/C4/1-2   16 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1633/C4/1-7   26 February 1633
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1633/C4/8   11 March 1633
commission
commission to John Shaw, preacher and curate of Newcastle St John, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Alvey, Mary Chapman and Rebecca Chapman, daughters and co-executors, and also to administer an oath to and to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Shaw, 15 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/C12
Gywan CLAVERINGE, gentleman, of Upper Trewhit (Trewhett) in the parish of Rothbury (Rothberrie) and countie of Northumberland [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Clavering
DPRI/1/1632/C12/1   7 May 1632
will
Will, with list of debts owed by testator of £15 16s 5d. Tuition of George and Marie Claveringe granted to Katteran (Katherine) Claveringe, relict and co-executor; [probate granted to Katherine Claveringe relict and Bartie (Bartram) Spinke, co-executors, with a power reserved to Robert Claveringe, son and co-executor].
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 242-243

DPRI/1/1632/C12/2   5 June 1632
inventory, actual total £107 8s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £22 8s 9d)
DPRI/1/1632/C5   6 February 1633
Cuthbert COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Thronton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B312
DPRI/1/1632/C5/1-2   7 February 1633
inventory
administration granted at Alnwick to Francis Collingwood gentleman of Thronton, eldest child, 6 Feb 1633
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 247

DPRI/1/1632/C6
Robert COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of New Bewick, chapelry of Bewick [Eglingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/C6/1   20 August 1632
inventory
administration granted to Anne Collingwood, relict, also for the use of Sarah Collingwood and a child born after the death of the deceased
DPRI/1/1632/C7   15 February 1633
Robert COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Ingerham [Ingram, Northumberland]. Died 20 June 1631
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B286
DPRI/1/1632/C7/1   14 February 1633
inventory
administration granted at Wooler to Mary Collingwood, relict, to whom was also granted the tuition of six named children, 15 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/C8   16 April 1632
Thomas COLLINGWOODD, cordwainer, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Collingwood
see DPRI/4/13 f.143
DPRI/1/1632/C8/1-2   18 April 1626
nuncupative will
endorsed: proved, 16 Apr 1632
DPRI/1/1632/C9
John COLMAN, yeoman, of Bushopp Awckland in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Coleman
DPRI/1/1632/C9/1   19 November 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/C10
George COOKE, merchant, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/C10/1-6   4 March 1633
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1632/C11
William CORNEFORTH, yeoman, of Aikes Rowe (Rawe) in the parish of St Andrewes Awkland in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Cornforth
DPRI/1/1632/C11/1   1 March 1624
will
DPRI/1/1632/C11/2-3   1 March 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/C13
George CRAWFORTH, yeoman, of chapelry of Tweedmouth (Twedemoth) in the countye pallatyne of Durham [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Crawford
DPRI/1/1632/C13/1   31 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/C13/2-3   23 August 1632
inventory, actual total £9 1s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/C14
John CRISP, of Bilton (Biltonne) in the parish of Lesburie [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Crispe
DPRI/1/1632/C14/1-2   25 March 1632
will
with inventory, 16 April 1632, actual total £32 3s 2d (with account of debts of £14 14s 8d)
DPRI/1/1632/C15   24 March 1632
Margrett CUNER, widow, of Heely (Heley) in the parish of Netherwitton (chapelry of Netherwitton, parish of Hartburne), Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret
DPRI/1/1632/C15/1-2   10 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/C15/3   12 March 1632
inventory, actual total £11 19s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1632/C15/4   18 March 1632
commission
commission to William Lindsell MA, vicar of Hartburn, and Mark Wallas, curate of Hartburn, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Raiph Hedley (Hedly), executor [and tutor of Isable Thompson, daughter], and also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Lindsell and Wallas, 24 Mar 1632
DPRI/1/1632/D1
Robert DEANHAM, yeoman, of chappelry of Denton, Houghton in le Syde (the Side) in the countie of Durham [Denton, County Durham]; also spelt Deaneham, Denham
DPRI/1/1632/D1/1-2   12 February 1632
nuncupative will
dated 1632 New Style (compare inventory); curation of Robert Deanham granted to Anne Deanham, [relict]
DPRI/1/1632/D1/3   16 February 1633
inventory, actual total £149 3s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20 0s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/D2
Raphe DELAVALE, gentleman, of Callerton [Newburn, Northumberland; Ponteland, Northumberland]
High and Little Callerton are in Ponteland parish, and Black Callerton is in Newburn parish.
DPRI/1/1632/D2/1   28 April 1631
inventory
exhibited, 9 June 1632
DPRI/1/1632/D3
Thomas DICKENSON, cordwainer, of Sunderland by Sea in the county of Durham, parish of Bishop Wermouth [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Dickinson. Died 23 March 1632
DPRI/1/1632/D3/1   22 March 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/D3/2-3   14 May 1632
inventory, actual total £57 19s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 5s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/D4
Richard DOBSON, yeoman, of Gatesid (Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/D4/1   15 June 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/D4/2   19 July 1632
inventory, actual total £644 10s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/E1
John EDEN, merchant, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Edenn
DPRI/1/1632/E1/1   18 August 1632
inventory
inventory unvalued; administration renounced by Jane Eden, relict, 18 Aug 1632
DPRI/1/1632/E2
Elizabeth ELLWOOD, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Elwood
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B257
DPRI/1/1632/E2/1-2   14 January 1633
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/E2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £13 4s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/E3
Cuthbert ELLYSON, husband of Dorothy Ellyson, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellison
DPRI/1/1632/E3/3-4   undated
account, actual total £648 14s 7d (with discharge of £648 14s 7d)
account of Alice Ile widow (now deceased), administratrix and tutrix of Robert Ellyson, Beniamyn Ellyson and Alice Ellyson, three of the deceased's children; itemised entries date from 13 Jan 1627, and include portion and probate charges of Ellyson's widow Dorothy Ellyson
DPRI/1/1632/E3/1-2   undated
account
account of Anthony Errington of the estate administered and left unadministered by Alice Ile widow (now deceased) for the use of Robert Ellyson, Beniamyn Ellyson and Alice Ellyson, children; Errington remains accountable for the farm and mills still remaining in possession
DPRI/1/1632/E4
Arther EMERSON, of Weareshead (Wearhead) in Wardale [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Arthur
DPRI/1/1632/E4/1-2   11 February 1632
will
with list of debts owed to (6s) and owed by (£23 8s 4d and more) the testator
DPRI/1/1632/E4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £93 15s
DPRI/1/1632/E5
Thomas EMERSON, esquire, now of Ratcliffe (Ratcliff) in the parish of Stepney and county of Middlesex, Lincolnes Inne [Stepney, Middlesex; Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex]; also spelt Emmerson
Emerson owned property in Bradbury and Hilton, County Durham
DPRI/1/1632/E5/1-2   1 October 1631
copy will
probate granted at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury to Mary Emerson, relict, 2 Dec 1631
DPRI/1/1632/E5/3-4   20 July 1632
inventory, actual total £400
inventory of goods etc. in the county palatine of Durham (Bradbury and Hilton lease)
DPRI/1/1632/F1
Anthony FENWICK, yeoman, of Stannington in the countie of Northumberland [Stannington, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/F1/1-2   9 June 1631
will
probate granted to Stephen Fenwick, son and sole executor
DPRI/1/1632/F1/3-4   14 October 1631
inventory, actual total £44 17s 10d
DPRI/1/1632/F2
John FENWICK, gentleman, of Buterley (Butterley, Butterlee) in the countie of Northumberland, parish of Newburn [Newburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
DPRI/1/1632/F2/1-2   29 April 1632
will
with inventory, 7 May 1632, actual total £80 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/F3
John FENWICK, yeoman, of Bradford (Bradforth) in the countie of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/F3/1   2 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/F3/2   8 November 1631
inventory, actual total £9 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/F4   18 February 1633
Henry FERRER, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of borough of Barwick (Berwicke) upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B304
DPRI/1/1632/F4/1   28 May 1631
will
with list of debts owed to (£2 2s 2d) and owed by (£5 18s) the testator; probate granted at Berwick to Jayne Dixon, former relict, 18 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/F4/2   18 February 1633
indented inventory, actual total £4 7s 1d (with account of debts of £5 18s)
DPRI/1/1632/F5
Johne FINKEL, the Clench in the parishe of Ingrame (Ingram), parish of Whittingham [Ingram, Northumberland; Whittingham, Northumberland]; also spelt John, Finkell, Finkle, Fenkell
DPRI/1/1632/F5/1-2   25 March 1632
will
with list of debts owed to (£1 5s) and owed by (£4 12s) the testator
DPRI/1/1632/F5/3   28 June 1632
inventory, actual total £29 8s 8d (with account of debts of £7 12s)
DPRI/1/1632/F6   30 April 1632
Christofor FOSTER, yeoman, of Hetton in the Hole in the countie of Durham, parish of Houghton in the Springe [Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham]; also spelt Christofer, Forster
DPRI/1/1632/F6/1   24 August 1631
will
with certificate of consent, 9 January 1632
Wth list of debts owed by the testator of £11 9s. Endorsed: proved, 30 Apr [1632].
DPRI/1/1632/F6/2   undated
inventory, actual total £48 14s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/F7
Katherin FOSTER, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Forster
DPRI/1/1632/F7/1-2   2 November 1632
will
with codicil, 13 November 1632
DPRI/1/1632/F8   10 November 1632
James FREER, of parishe of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/13 f.180: probate granted to Elizabeth Freer, relict and co-executor, also for the use of Richard Freer and William Freer, minor sons and co-executors; Elizabeth Freer also appointed tutrix of William Freer, 10 Nov 1632; Richard Butler appointed tutor of Richard Freer, and John Wetherelt appointed tutor of Elizabeth Freer, daughter, 19 Jan 1633
DPRI/1/1632/F8/1   28 September 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/J3
William GEFFRASON, yeoman, of Carlton (Carleton) in the county of Durham, parish of Readmarshall [Redmarshall, County Durham]; also spelt Geafferson, Jefferson
DPRI/1/1632/J3/1   3 February 1632
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £24 5s
DPRI/1/1632/J3/2-3   16 February 1632
inventory, actual total £245 12s 8d (with account of debts of £26)
DPRI/1/1632/G1
Clement GILL, of Durham [Durham St Mary-le-Bow, County Durham]
Gill requests his burial at Durham St Mary-le-Bow
DPRI/1/1632/G1/1-2   21 March 1632
will
will first executed and published, 21 Mar 1632, and opened and read before further witnesses, 23 Mar 1632; endorsed with the names of four [?original] witnesses
DPRI/1/1632/G2
John GRAY, yeoman, of Hawkell, parish of Lesburie (Lesbury) [Lesbury, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/G2/1   24 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/G2/2   28 June 1632
inventory, actual total £72 17s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £42 10s)
DPRI/1/1632/H1
Thomas HALL, yeoman, of East Brandon of the parish of Brancpeth and countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B225
DPRI/1/1632/H1/1-2   10 October 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H1/3   6 December 1632
inventory, actual total £143 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £24 13s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/H2
Richard HALLE, of Pelton in the county of Durham, parish of Chester [Pelton, County Durham]; also spelt Hall
DPRI/1/1632/H2/1   11 May 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H2/2-3   15 October 1632
inventory, actual total £305 14s 3d
DPRI/1/1632/H3
John HALLYMAN, yeoman, of Lumly (Lumley) in the county of Durham [Lumley, County Durham]; also spelt Halliman
DPRI/1/1632/H3/1-2   11 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1632/H4
Parcivall HARBOTTLE, gentleman, of Ravensworth within the county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/H4/1   26 October 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/H5
Thomas HARRIS, son of Thomas Harris late of Huntingdon in the county of Huntingdon gentleman, yeoman, of brough of Barwicke upon Tweed (Berwick upon Twed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/H5/1-2   4 June 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £46
DPRI/1/1632/H6
John HAUXLEY, junior, of Riton (Ryton) [Ryton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/H6/1   1 June 1632
indented inventory
administration granted to Mary Hauxley, relict
DPRI/1/1632/H7
Anthony HEDLY, yeoman, of Litle Eusely (Eusly) in the parish of Netherwitton [Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Hedley
DPRI/1/1632/H7/1   10 May 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H7/2   7 June 1632
inventory, actual total £14 14s
DPRI/1/1632/H8   26 April 1632
William HODSHON, gentleman, of Lintsgreene (Lintsgrene), chapelry of Tanfeild [Tanfield, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgshon
DPRI/1/1632/H8/1   24 April 1632
inventory
endorsed: administration granted, 26 Apr [1632]
DPRI/1/1632/H9   25 July 1632
Robertt HOP, baker, beer-brewer, of the broad garth, towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Robert, Hoope, Hoop, Hope
DPRI/1/1632/H9/1   12 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H9/2   25 July 1632
commission
commission to Samuel Barker, curate of Newcastle All Saints, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Margaret Hoope, relict and [sole] executrix, and also to grant to her the tuition of Garret, Margaret and Ann Hoope, children; also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Barker, 25 July 1632
DPRI/1/1632/H9/3-5   27 July 1632
indented inventory, actual total £739 2s (with account of funeral expenses of £12 10s)
DPRI/1/1632/H10
John HOWSON, D.D., Lord Bishop of Durham, clerk [Durham, County Durham]
Probate granted at Durham to Jane Howson, relict and sole executrix, 29 Sep 1632. See also Surtees Society, vol.142, p221 for biographical footnote.
DPRI/1/1632/H10/1-2   11 September 1629
copy will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 221

DPRI/1/1632/H11
Christofer HUTCHINSON, rough mason, of Crosgate within the suburbs of the cittie of Durham, chapelry of St Margaret [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/H11/1   14 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/H11/2   12 September 1632
inventory, actual total £11 18s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/H12
Grace HUTTON, widow, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/H12/1-2   14 August 1629
will
DPRI/1/1632/H12/3   26 April 1633
inventory, actual total £158 17s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £126 5s 10d)
DPRI/1/1632/I1
William INGLEBY, yeoman, of Great Heswell (Haswell) in the county pallatine of Durham [Haswell, County Durham]; also spelt Inglebye
DPRI/1/1632/I1/1-2   25 June 1632
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 243-245

DPRI/1/1632/I1/3   19 July 1632
inventory, actual total £1,106 3s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £205 15s 8d)
exhibited by Elizabeth Ingleby, [sole] executrix, 7 Oct 1636
DPRI/1/1632/J1   21 April 1632
Gregorye JEFFERSON, single man, of Norton (Nortonn) within the countye of Durham [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Gregore
DPRI/1/1632/J1/1   undated
will
proved, 21 Apr [1632]
DPRI/1/1632/J1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £10 18s
DPRI/1/1632/J2   28 April 1632
John JEFFERSON, of Elton [Elton, County Durham]; also spelt Jeffersonne
DPRI/1/1632/J2/1   undated
will
Will dated, 11 Feb [?1631]; further published, 31 May 1631. Endorsed with brief memorandum relating to a cause to prove the will.
DPRI/1/1632/J2/2   8 June 1631
inventory, actual total £334 6s 2d (with account of debts of £25 12s)
with inventory, 9 June 1632, actual total £5 7s 2d
exhibited by Robert Jefferson [second son]
DPRI/1/1632/J2/3   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of William Jefferson, [eldest] son, to the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1632/J2/4-5   28 April 1632
final sentence
final sentence relating to a cause to prove the will, Margaret Jefferson, relict, and Robert, Thomas, Ann Jefferson, [younger] children, co-executors v William Jefferson, [eldest] son
DPRI/1/1632/J4
John JOBIN, yeoman, of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Joplyn, Jobline
DPRI/1/1632/J4/1   18 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/J4/2   30 August 1632
inventory, actual total £38 6s 9d
DPRI/1/1632/J5
Humfry JOHNSON, citizen of London, merchantaker of London, merchantaker, upholsterer, London, Newcastle upon Tyne [London; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Humphrey, Umphray
DPRI/1/1632/J5/1   2 June 1630
will
will first drawn up, 18 Aug 1624; amended, 2 June 1630
DPRI/1/1632/J5/2   27 February 1632
codicil
DPRI/1/1632/J5/3-6   13 March 1632
inventory, actual total £505 3s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 6s 6d)
inventory of household and warehouse goods etc., includes goods at Shields
DPRI/1/1632/J6
William JORDISON, yeoman, of Throston in the county of Durham, parish of Hart [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Jurdeson
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B246
DPRI/1/1632/J6/1   19 December 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/J6/2   19 December 1632
copy will
DPRI/1/1632/J6/3   10 January 1633
inventory, actual total £487 8s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £59 6s 1d)
DPRI/1/1632/K1
Katherin KINGE, widow, of Barwick upon Tweede (Berwick upon Twed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Katherine
DPRI/1/1632/K1/1-2   8 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/K1/3   30 March 1632
indented inventory, actual total £64 2s
DPRI/1/1632/L1
Jane LAW, wife and administratrix of Peter Law, widow, of Bothall (Botthall) [Bothal, Northumberland]; also spelt Lawe
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B281
DPRI/1/1632/L1/1   14 January 1633
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Thomas Lawson of Oldemoore in Bothall parish, son-in-law and sole executor
DPRI/1/1632/L1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £145 6s
DPRI/1/1632/L2   6 February 1633
Robert LAWSON, of Langhurst, parish of Bothall (Botthall) [Bothal, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B283
DPRI/1/1632/L2/1   1 January 1633
will
With list of debts owed to the testator of £26 10s. Probate granted at Morpeth to Margaret Lawson, relict and sole executrix, 6 Feb 1633
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 245-246

DPRI/1/1632/L2/2   17 January 1633
inventory, actual total £117 18s 8d (with account of debts of £26 10s)
DPRI/1/1632/L3
Elizabeth LEE, wife of Edward Lee of Sunderland gentleman, widow, of Sunderland neere the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/L3/1-2   25 September 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/L4
John LIDDLE, of parrish of Southbaily (St Mary South Bailey) in Durham [Durham St Mary the Less, County Durham]; also spelt Liddell
DPRI/1/1632/L4/1   4 May 1632
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £3 0s 7d
DPRI/1/1632/L4/2   5 July 1632
indented inventory, actual total £10 13s 5d
DPRI/1/1632/L5
John LYNN, yeoman, of Shotton in the county of Durham [Shotton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/L5/1-2   19 April 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/L5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £741 8s 4d
dated 1 May
DPRI/1/1632/M2
Cuthbert MARLEY, yeoman, of Urpeth (Urpith) in the county of Durham, parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/M2/1-2   6 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/M2/3-4   8 November 1632
inventory, actual total £138 7s 8d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £6 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1632/M1
Anthony MARLYE, blacksmith, of Chester in the Streete within the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonie, Marley
DPRI/1/1632/M1/1-2   9 May 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/M1/3-4   16 May 1632
indented inventory, actual total £21 5s 10d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £18 7s 4d)
DPRI/1/1632/M3
John MEABURNE, gentleman, of Pontopp in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/M3/1-2   1 October 1629
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/M4
Thomas MEABURNE, yeoman, of St Helene Awkland (St Ellinge Auckland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Meborne
DPRI/1/1632/M4/1   2 March 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/M4/2   18 April 1632
inventory, actual total £144s 14s
DPRI/1/1632/M5
Christopher MIDFORD, esquire, of Hulam (Hewlam, Holam) of the parishe of Muncke (Monk) Hesleden in the countie of Durham [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Mitford
DPRI/1/1632/M5/1-4   27 December 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/M5/5-6   undated
account, actual total £319 10s 8d (with discharge of £51 8s 4d)
account of Raiph Errington of Morpeth esquire and John Marley of Newcastle merchant, administrators, exhibited 1 Mar 1633; subscribed with [contemporaneous] memorandum relating to the £12 debt not yet charged to the account
DPRI/1/1632/M6
Nicholas MORLAND, yeoman, of Halliwell (Hallywell) in the parrish of Brancepeth within the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B253
DPRI/1/1632/M6/1   11 January 1633
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/M7
Sir William MUSCHAMPE, knight, of Byermoore [Lowick, Northumberland]; also spelt Muschamp
see DPRI/4/13 f.108: Barmoor, Lowick
DPRI/1/1632/M7/1   September 1631
inventory
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 237

DPRI/1/1632/O1
Thomas OGLE, gentleman, of Saltycke (Salticke, Saltwick) in the county of Northumberland, Stanington [Stannington, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/O1/1-2   24 September 1632
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Isabell Ogle, relict, to whom the tuition of five named children was also granted
DPRI/1/1632/O1/3-4   20 October 1632
inventory, actual total £146 2s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £23 5s)
DPRI/1/1632/O2
Thomas ORDE, gentleman, of Wetwood in the county of Northumberland, parish of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]; also spelt Ourd
DPRI/1/1632/O2/1   27 August 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/P2
Richard PEERSON, yeoman, of Hagg (Hage) in the parishe of Chester in the Streete in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Pearson
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B224
DPRI/1/1632/P2/1   27 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/P2/2   2 November 1632
inventory, actual total £50 10s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/P2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £19 13s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 11s)
DPRI/1/1632/P1
Jone PEIRSON, of Street Yate in the chappelrie of Lamesley [Lamesley, County Durham]; also spelt John, Pearson
DPRI/1/1632/P1/1-2   30 August 1632
will
with inventory of disbursements, 10 September 1632, actual total £65 8s 4d (with account of disbursements of £5 7s)
Will, with list of debts owed to the testator of £65 8s 4d. Administration granted to William Welsh and John Broderston (Brotherston) [?brothers-in-law and husbands of Margarate and Anne]; the inventory describes itself as an account, but it appears to be a rough account of the two administrators' disbursements over two or three days from 10 Sep 1632, perhaps for funeral expenses, such expenses usually being first recorded in an inventory.
DPRI/1/1632/P3
Georg PERKING, wheelwright, of Case Lee within the parishe of Hamsterley and county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt George, Parkin
DPRI/1/1632/P3/1   13 November 1632
will
[probate granted to] Margret Perking, sole executrix
DPRI/1/1632/P3/2-3   7 January 1633
inventory, actual total £148 13s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1632/P4   14 February 1633
John PINKNEY, tanner, of Framwellgate (Framwelgate) in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Pinckney
see DPRI/4/13 f.195v: 14 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/P4/1-2   7 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/P5
John POTT, the younger, yeoman, of Netherwitton (Nether Witton) in the county of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/P5/1-2   24 July 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/P6
John POYDE, of Bladon, Rytonn (Ryton) [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Poyd, Poid
DPRI/1/1632/P6/1-2   3 February 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/P6/3   17 September 1632
indented inventory, actual total £25 13s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 1s)
DPRI/1/1632/P7   January 1633
Jeffray PROCTOR, esquire, of Shawdone (Shawdon) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Geoffrey, Prockter, Jefrey, Jeffrey
see also 16 Jan 1632 bond DPRI/3/1632/B233 (£340)
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B233
DPRI/1/1632/P7/1-2   3 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/P7/4   26 August 1632
inventory, actual total £160 19s 4d
Subscribed: Humphrey Hall of the city of London esquire [chief bridge master of London Bridge], executor; Michael Fenwick of [?Lemmington], Edlingham. Endorsed: Robert and Ann Claveringe.
DPRI/1/1632/P7/3   14 December 1632
commission
commission to Emanuel Trotter, vicar of Kirknewton, and Michael Wilkinson, rector of Ilderton, to execute the bond of Ephraim Proctor of West Lilburne (Eglingham), brother, administration having already been granted to him; commission executed at Kirknewton by Trotter and Wilkinson, 16 Jan 1633
DPRI/1/1634/P5/3   18 January 1633
inventory, actual total £164 9s
DPRI/1/1634/P5/1-2   13 August 1634
account
account of Ephraim Proctor, gentleman
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 258-259

DPRI/1/1632/R1
George REVELEY, yeoman, gentleman, of East Newton within the countie of Northumberland [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Reeveley, Reevely, Reaveley
DPRI/1/1632/R1/1   20 January 1632
will
probate granted at Wooler to 23 Apr 1632 to Edward Reevely, [son and] executor, to whom the tuition of John, William and Elizabeth Reevely alias Tayt (Tayte, Tate) was also granted
DPRI/1/1632/R1/2   6 April 1632
inventory, actual total £94 16s 4d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £58 3s 4d)
DPRI/1/1632/R1/3   20 April 1632
commission
commission to Emanuel Trotter MA, vicar of Newton in Glendale (Kirknewton), to examine the witnesses to the will, and to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Edward Reaveley, son [and executor]; also to grant to Edward Reaveley the tuition of three named illegitimate children; commission executed by Trotter, (undated)
DPRI/1/1632/R2   26 June 1632
Raphe RICHARDSON, vicar of Aycliffe, M.A., clerk, of Acliff (Great Ackeliffe, Akeliffe, Aikliffe, Aikeliffe) in the county pallatine of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Raiph
DPRI/1/1632/R2/1-2   21 December 1631
will
with codicil, 30 December 1632
with nuncupative codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1632/R2/3   23 March 1632
inventory, actual total £1,108 4s
DPRI/1/1632/R2/6
inventory wrapper
DPRI/1/1632/R2/4-5   23 June 1632
commission
commission to Richard Thursbie M.A., John Corneforth, curate of Heighington, and Marmaduke Maison B.A., curate of Aycliffe, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Dorothy Richardson, relict and co-executrix, and also granting to her the tuition of the children; also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Thursby, Cornforthe and Mason, 26 June 1632
DPRI/1/1632/R3
Lancelote RICHERSON, yeoman, of St Ellin Awckland (St Hellen Awkland) with in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Richerdson, Richardson
DPRI/1/1632/R3/1-2   15 June 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/R3/3-4   18 July 1632
inventory, actual total £29 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/R4
Richard RICHMOND, yeoman, of Great Ackeliffe (Ackliffe, Aikliff) in the county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/R4/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1632/R4/2   21 March 1633
inventory, actual total £306 0s 9d (with account of debts of £21 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1632/R5
Ralph RIVELYE, yeoman, of East Lilburne in the countye of Northumberland, chapelry of Bewick [Eglingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Reaveley, Rively
DPRI/1/1632/R5/1   4 May 1632
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1632/R5/2   4 May 1632
copy will
DPRI/1/1632/R5/3   9 May 1632
inventory, actual total £55 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/R6
John ROBINSON, tanner, of Framwelgate in the chappelrie of St Margarets in or nigh the Cittie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/R6/1-2   18 February 1633
will
DPRI/1/1632/R6/3   27 February 1633
inventory, actual total £132 8s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4 7s)
DPRI/1/1632/R7
Parsivell ROBSON, yeoman, of East Maphen (Est Matphon, East Matfen), parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Persewell, Robsone, Parsevall
DPRI/1/1632/R7/1   6 May 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/R7/2   8 June 1631
inventory, actual total £246 11s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/R8
Bartram ROCHESTER, of Ogle within the parish of Whalton [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Rotchester
DPRI/1/1632/R8/1   12 April 1632
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £8 0s 6d
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 240

DPRI/1/1632/R8/2   23 April 1632
inventory, actual total £35 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/R9
Margarett ROWELL, widow, of parish of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/R9/1   8 June 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/R9/2-3   30 July 1632
indented inventory, actual total £49 7s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £7)
DPRI/1/1632/S1
Alexander SELBIE, esquire, of Bitleston (Bittleston) within the parishe of Allanton [Alwinton, Northumberland]; also spelt Selby
DPRI/1/1632/S1/1-2   undated
account
account of Joan Selbie, relict
DPRI/1/1632/S2   21 April 1632
Richard SHADFOORTH, yeoman, of Could Hesselden (Cold Hesleden) in the countie of Durham, parish of Daltone (Dalton) [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]; also spelt Shadforth
DPRI/1/1632/S2/1-2   19 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S2/3-4   12 March 1632
inventory, actual total £253 5s 9d (with account of debts of £58 14s 10d)
endorsed: proved, 21 Apr [1632]
DPRI/1/1632/S3
William SHAWE, yeoman, of Thruslington (Thrislington) in the countie of Durham, parish of Bishop Middleham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B221
DPRI/1/1632/S3/1   12 September 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S3/2-3   undated
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1632/S4
Thomas SHEELE, butcher, of parish of St Nicholas in [the] citie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Sheile
DPRI/1/1632/S4/1   17 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S4/2   24 July 1632
inventory, actual total £15 17s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 9s 2d)
DPRI/1/1632/S5
Margarett SIMPSON, spinster, of parishe of St Nicholas within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Margarrett
DPRI/1/1632/S5/1-2   25 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S5/3   12 May 1632
indented inventory, actual total £67 3s 2d (with account of funeral expenses of £8)
DPRI/1/1632/S6   2 March 1633
William SIMPSON, draper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Simpsonn
DPRI/1/1632/S6/1-2   5 February 1633
will
DPRI/1/1632/S6/3   undated
schedule of legacies
DPRI/1/1632/S6/4   28 February 1633
commission
commission to Yealderd Alvye, vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, and John Shaw, curate of Newcastle St John, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Lady Margaret Selbye, Robert Anderson, Leonard Carr and Christopher Strangwaies ('brother'), executors, and also to grant to them the tuition of Isaac Simpson, son; also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Shaw, 2 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/S7
William SKIPSEY, yeoman, of Bedlington parish in the countie of Durham [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Williame
DPRI/1/1632/S7/1   17 May 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S7/2   2 July 1632
inventory, actual total £98 0s 8d (with account of debts of £21 10s)
DPRI/1/1632/S8
George SMITH, saddler, of town of Barwick upon Tweede (Berwick upon Twed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/S8/1   6 October 1631
indented inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1632/S9
George SMITH, of Foxton within the parrish of Sedgefeild [Sedgefield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/S9/1   24 April 1632
inventory
administration granted to Elizabeth Smith, relict, also for the use of five named children
DPRI/1/1632/S10
Thomas SMITH, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, of Berwick uppon Tweed (Barwicke) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/S10/1-2   30 September 1631
will
with list of debts owed by (£23 14s 6d) and owed to (£19 6s 7d) the testator
DPRI/1/1632/S10/3-4   5 December 1631
inventory, actual total £33 15s
DPRI/1/1632/S11   20 March 1633
Thomas SMYTH, the younger, merchant, butcher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Smith
In the commission the occupation of butcher is substituted for merchant.
DPRI/1/1632/S11/1   15 June 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S11/2-8   17 August 1632
indented inventory, actual total £352 12s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £417 15s 1d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1632/S11/9   19 March 1633
commission
commission to Samuel Barker MA, curate of Newcastle All Saints, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Smith widow, co-executor, she also to pay to Henry Smith, son and co-executor, his portion and rights etc. when he comes of age; also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Barker, 20 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/S12
Thomas SMYTH, gentleman, of Walrage (Walridg) in the county of Durham, parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1632/S12/1   23 November 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S12/2-4   2 January 1633
indented inventory, actual total £498 19s 7d
with additional inventory, 12 July 1633, actual total £40
DPRI/1/1632/S13
Elizabeth SMYTH, widow, late of the cetie of Durham, and nowe of litle (letle, Little) Eden, parish of Easington [Durham, County Durham; Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1632/S13/1-2   20 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S14
John SMYTH, hardwareman, of Gatesid (Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1632/S14/1   18 April 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S14/2   1 November 1632
indented inventory, actual total £284 2s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1632/S15
Robert SMYTH, gentleman, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1632/S15/1   17 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S16   18 February 1633
George SNEEDE, of Barwick (Berwicke, Berwick) upon Tweed in the county of Durham [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Snead, Sneed
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B302
DPRI/1/1632/S16/1   13 November 1632
will
probate granted to Elizabeth Sneed, daughter and sole executrix, 18 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/S16/2   18 December 1632
inventory, actual total £24 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/S17
Richard SPORE, yeoman, of Byker (Biker) in the countie of Northumberland and of the parish of All Saints within the towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Spoore
DPRI/1/1632/S17/1   5 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S17/2-3   10 May 1632
indented inventory, actual total £216 10s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20)
DPRI/1/1632/S18
Isabell STANTON, widow, of Alnwicke (Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Isable, Stantone, Isbell, Stainton
DPRI/1/1632/S18/1-2   15 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/S18/3-4   19 April 1632
inventory, actual total £145 16s 6d
endorsed: £144 16s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/S19
John SWALLWELL, yeoman, of Ludworth in the parish of Pittington [Pittington, County Durham]; also spelt Swalwell
DPRI/1/1632/S19/1-2   13 July 1632
will
endorsed with memorandum relating to 11 Oct 1824 Exchequer case: James Miller clerk v Thomas Jackson and others
DPRI/1/1632/S19/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £98 18s 10d
DPRI/1/1632/S20   2 March 1633
William SWINBURNE, of chapelrie of Halton, Carr houses in the parish of Corbridg [Halton, Northumberland]; also spelt Swinburn
see DPRI/4/13 f.198v: 2 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/S20/1   31 October 1631
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1632/S21
James SWYNBURN, of parish of Edlingham [Edlingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Swynburne, Swinburn
DPRI/1/1632/S21/1   3 February 1633
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/S21/2   3 February 1633
inventory of debts, actual total £61 18s (debts)
with caveat, 9 February 1633
Date of second inventory inferred from the first inventory. Caveat of Mary Swinburne, relict.
DPRI/1/1632/T1
Patrick THOMPSON, of Hepburne mill, parish of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Thomson, Thomsone
DPRI/1/1632/T1/1-2   5 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/T1/3   10 May 1632
inventory, actual total £16 0s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/T2
Johne THOMSON, of Baremore (Baremoore) within the countye of Northumberland, chapelry of Lowick [Lowick, Northumberland]; also spelt John
DPRI/1/1632/T2/1-2   15 September 1631
will
with inventory, 15 September 1631, actual total £20 5s 8d (with account of debts of £4 13s)
Inventory was drawn up by the testator contemporaneously and forms a part of the will.
DPRI/1/1632/T3
Nicholas THORNTON, of Nether Witton [Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Nycholas, Thorneton
DPRI/1/1632/T3/1   10 October 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/T4
William THURSBY, yeoman, of Pittingtonhalegarth (Pittington Hall Garth) in the countye of Durham [Pittington, County Durham]; also spelt Thursebye, Thursbie
DPRI/1/1632/T4/1   13 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/T5   5 May 1632
Myles TREWETT, yeoman, of Tuddoe in the counte of Durham, parish of Brancepeth [Tudhoe, County Durham]; also spelt Trewhett
DPRI/1/1632/T5/1-2   16 April 1632
will
endorsed: proved, 5 May 1632
DPRI/1/1632/T5/3   24 April 1632
inventory, actual total £35 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19 13s 6d)
DPRI/1/1632/T6
George TUGGALL, of parish of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Tughill
DPRI/1/1632/T6/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1632/T6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £12 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1632/T7
Robert TURNER, yeoman, of Birtley in the county of Durham, parish of Chester [Birtley St John, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/T7/1-2   30 April 1632
will
with list of debts owed to testator of £7 11s 2d
DPRI/1/1632/T7/3   3 May 1632
inventory, actual total £84 17s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/U1
Uswold USHER, of Hyndley Style (Hindeley Stile) in the parish of Bywel (Bywell) Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Oswald
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B231
DPRI/1/1632/U1/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1632/U1/3   21 December 1632
inventory, actual total £28 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1632/V1
Anne VASEY, of parish (chapelry) of Witton upon Weare (Witton upon lee Wear) in the county of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Vasy, Vasie
DPRI/1/1632/V1/1-2   20 October 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/W1   22 March 1633
James WALLACE, yeoman, of Colwell (Collwell) in the parish of Chollerton and countye of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallas
DPRI/1/1632/W1/1-2   28 May 1632
will
with inventory, 15 August 1632, actual total £56 10s 3d
probate granted at Corbridge to James Wallas junior of Collwell, grandson and executor, with a power reserved [to Jennett Wallace, relict and the other executor], 22 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/W2
John WALTON, draper, tailor, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B252
DPRI/1/1632/W2/1-2   1 November 1632
will
signed by neither the testator nor witnesses
DPRI/1/1632/W2/3-4   1 November 1632
copy will
signed by neither the testator nor witnesses
DPRI/1/1632/W3
Raiph WELLS, of Sunderland by the Sea in the parish of Bishop Warmoth [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/W3/1-8   8 May 1632
inventory
inventory of goods sold, including in some cases the names of buyers and fishermen
DPRI/1/1632/W4   14 February 1633
John WETHERBURNE, of parish of Alnewicke (Alnwicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B300
DPRI/1/1632/W4/1   26 February 1632
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Katherine (Katheren) Wetherburne, relict and sole executrix, 14 Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1632/W4/2   11 February 1633
inventory, actual total £79 8s 6d (with account of debts of £46 13s)
DPRI/1/1632/W5
Robert WHITFEILD, yeoman, of Fishebourne (Fishborne, Fishburne) in the countie of Durham, parish of Sedgfeld [Fishburn, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/W5/1   10 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1632/W5/2   19 March 1632
inventory, actual total £140 6s 6d
DPRI/1/1632/W6
Thomas WHITTINGHAM, gentleman, of Holmside [Holmside, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/W6/1   10 May 1632
inventory
administration granted to Christopher Hopper with the consent of Timothy Whittingham
DPRI/1/1632/W7   10 October 1632
Henry WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of Collwell (Colwell) mains in the county of Northumberland, parish of Chollerton [Chollerton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/W7/1-6   12 July 1632
will
with inventory, 8 September 1632, actual total £366 0s 9d (with account of debts of £92 4s 11d)
with commission, 29 September 1632
commission to Cuthbert Ridley, rector of Simonburn, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Roger Widdrington esquire, Thomas Widdrington and George Thirlwall gentlemen, co-executors, they paying to the children of the deceased their respective portions; also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Ridley, 10 Oct 1632
DPRI/1/1632/W8   9 November 1632
Robert WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of West Harle in the parishe of Kirkwhelpington (Kirke Whelpington) [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1632/W8/1-2   29 April 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1632/W8/3   12 May 1632
copy inventory, actual total £530 10s 8d (with account of debts of £206)
Inventory apprised, 11 and 12 May 1632. Subscribed: exhibited, 23 Aug 1652; [copy made] '...the original being all rent and torn'.
DPRI/1/1632/W8/4   12 October 1632
commission
commission to Cuthbert Ridley, rector of Simonburn, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Henry Widdrington of Blacke Heddon in Stamfordham, consanguine [?brother] for the use of the testator's children, and also to swear and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Ridley, 9 Nov 1632
DPRI/1/1632/W9
Raph WILSSONE, of Fawdone (Fawdonne) in the parishe of Ingrame (Ingram) [Ingram, Northumberland]; also spelt Raphe, Wilson
DPRI/1/1632/W9/1-2   6 January 1632
will
with list of debts owed to (£5 4s) and owed by (£1 1s 4d) the testator
DPRI/1/1632/W9/3   27 February 1632
inventory, actual total £26 16s
DPRI/1/1632/W11
Mary WOLRICH, [formerly Place], wife of Phillip Wolrich of Dinsdale esquire, of Dinsdale (Dindsdale) [Dinsdale, County Durham]; also spelt Woolrich, Wolridg, Wouldridge
bond: DPRI/3/1632/B254
DPRI/1/1632/W11/1-2   8 January 1633
inventory
Inventory of goods etc. 'which [Phillip Wolrich] found her seiz[e]d on at his marriag[e]'; includes the wardship of Rowland Place, the deceased's son. Administration granted to Phillip Wouldridge, her surviving husband
DPRI/1/1632/W10   22 March 1633
Agnes WOODMAN, widow, of Fowstones (Fowrestones, Fowstons) in the parish of Warden [Warden, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
DPRI/1/1632/W10/1   12 March 1633
will
with list of debts owed by the testatrix of 14s 6d; probate granted at Corbridge to Mary Thirlewall spinster of Fowstons, a legatee (and sole applicant), 22 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1632/W10/2   undated
inventory, actual total £21 2s
DPRI/1/1632/W12
Allice WRIGHT, widow, of parish of St Nicholas Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1632/W12/1   24 May 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1632/W13
Henry WRIGHT, [son of Tristrum Wright], labourer, of Hart in the county of Durham [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Henrie, Henrye
DPRI/1/1632/W13/1-2   1 December 1631
will
DPRI/1/1632/W13/3   20 February 1633
inventory, actual total £15 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 6s)
DPRI/1/1632/Y1
Michaell YOWNG, yeoman, of Swynhoe (Swinnoe), chapelry of Tughill [Tughall, Northumberland]; also spelt Younge
DPRI/1/1632/Y1/1-2   22 October 1632
will
with inventory, 30 November 1632, actual total £21 17s 6d
Wills etc proved 1633
Reference: DPRI/1/1633
DPRI/1/1633/A1
John AINSLEY, scrivener, of towne and countye of Newcastle upon Tyne, chapelry of St John [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Ainesley
DPRI/1/1633/A1/1   11 September 1633
will
probate granted to Elizabeth Rooksby (Rokesby), co-executor, reserving a power to the other co-executor William Ainsley, nephew, who was not present
DPRI/1/1633/A1/2   18 November 1633
indented inventory, actual total £35 6s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £22)
inventory of goods etc. at Newcastle, and debts owed to the testator 'within the realme of Scotland'
DPRI/1/1633/A2
Richard ALLEN, yeoman, of Whitwell (Whittwell) house in the countie of Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Allenn
DPRI/1/1633/A2/1   21 October 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/A2/2   1 November 1633
inventory, actual total £238 6s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £107 7s)
DPRI/1/1633/A3   6 April 1633
Margrett ARMORER, widow, of brough of Barwick upon Tweed (Berwicke upon Tweede) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Armourer
DPRI/1/1633/A3/1   9 March 1633
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to the testator of £77 9s and more; probate granted at Berwick to Thomas Armorer, son and sole executor, 6 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/A3/2   28 April 1633
inventory, actual total £164
endorsed: already certified
DPRI/1/1633/A4
Ellinor ATKINSON, of Great Haswell (Haskwell, Aswell) in the perish of Eassinton [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Elinor, Ellenor
DPRI/1/1633/A4/1   29 November 1633
will
administration granted to William Atkinson, son; Joseph Wrangham, executor, having renounced
DPRI/1/1633/A4/2   10 February 1634
inventory, actual total £28 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/B1   15 November 1633
Robert BARTRAM, merchant, mercer, of towne of Newcastell uppon Tyne and in the parish (chapelry) of St Johns [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Robart
DPRI/1/1633/B1/1-2   12 September 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/B1/3-7   8 October 1633
indented inventory
with inventory, 20 November 1633, actual total £185 18s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £124 14s 6d)
inventory of goods etc. at (1) Newcastle, and; (2) the farmhold at Elsweck [Elswick]
DPRI/1/1633/B1/8   9 November 1623
commission
commission to Yeldard Alvey, vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Elizabeth Bartram, relict and sole executrix, and also to administer an oath to and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Alvey, 15 Nov 1633
DPRI/1/1633/B1/9   15 November 1633
deposition
deposition of John Astell esquire, counsellor-at-law, a neighbour of the testator and a witness to the will
DPRI/1/1633/B2
John BAYLES, freemason, of chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Bailes
DPRI/1/1633/B2/1   1 March 1633
will
probate granted to Dorothy Bayles, relict and co-executrix, for her use and the use of Anne and Ellinor Bayles, minor daughters and co-executors
DPRI/1/1633/B2/2   23 March 1633
inventory, actual total £45 4s (with account of debts and unspecified expenses of £3 19s 11d)
DPRI/1/1633/B3
Peter BLACKET, of parish of Stanhop [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Blackett
DPRI/1/1633/B3/1   4 February 1633
inventory
administration granted to Elizabeth [Blacket], widow
DPRI/1/1633/B3/2   undated
inventory of debts, actual total £43 8s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/B4
Raphe BOOTFLOWER, yeoman, of Newlands within the chapelry of Whittenstall (Whittonstall) and county of Northumberland [Whittonstall, Northumberland]; also spelt Boutflower
DPRI/1/1633/B4/1   20 March 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/B4/2   23 April 1633
inventory, actual total £66 9s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £28 1s 10d)
DPRI/1/1633/B5
Francis BRACKENBURYE, esquire, of the Mannor house of Sellabye (Sellaby) in the countye of Durham, parish of Gainford [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Brakinbury, Brakenburie
For the will of the testator's father (the tenor of which is endorsed upon the inventory), see DPRI/1/1548.
DPRI/1/1633/B5/1   10 March 1634
inventory, actual total £40 10s 4d
with tenor of will, 12 August 1548
inventory, endorsed with the tenor of the will of Robert Brakenburie of Langton, Gainford (information supplied by William Radclyffe esquire)
DPRI/1/1633/B6
Bartrum BRADFORTH, gentleman, of Lamsley (Lamesley) in the county palatine of Durrham [Lamesley, County Durham]; also spelt Bartram, Barthram
DPRI/1/1633/B6/1-2   19 December 1631
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £30 13s 4d
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 237

DPRI/1/1633/B6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £43
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 237

DPRI/1/1633/B7
Raphe BRANDLINGE, son of Robert Brandlinge of Felling, esquire, gentleman, of Alnewick (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Raph, Brandling
Brandlinge made his will prior to travelling overseas.
DPRI/1/1633/B7/1   2 March 1630
will
dated 2 Mar 5 Charles I (1630) in will; but dated 'in the beginneing of the moneth of March Anno Domini 1631' in the allegation (DPRI/1/1633/B7/3-5)
DPRI/1/1633/B7/2   undated
inventory, actual total £650
DPRI/1/1633/B7/3-5   undated
allegation
with deposition, undated
with commission, 29 March 1633
(1) allegation of John Brandling gentleman, brother and executor, alledging the (as yet undiscovered) will remains in the hands of Sir Nicholas Tempest, high sheriff of Newcastle, a monition having been issued; (2) deposition of Sir Nicholas Tempest re the three articles of the allegation; (3) commission to Yelderd Alvie, vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, and John Shawe (Shaw), curate of Newcastle St John, to administer an oath to and examine Sir Nicholas Tempest upon the allegation; commission executed by Shaw, 30 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1633/B8   10 February 1634
Anthonie BRYSE, of Howtell within the parish of Kyrk Newton in Glendale [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Anthony, Brice
DPRI/1/1633/B8/1   29 November 1633
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/B8/2   9 January 1634
inventory, actual total £12 0s 2d
DPRI/1/1633/B8/3   20 January 1634
commission
commission to Emanuel Trotter, vicar of Newton in Glendale, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to William Burrell gentleman, executor, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Trotter, 10 Feb 1634
DPRI/1/1633/B9
Richard BURRELL, pensioner, of borough of Barwick (Berwicke) upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Burrill
DPRI/1/1633/B9/1-2   19 January 1633
will
probate granted at Berwick to Margery Burrell, relict and sole executrix, 6 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/B9/3   1 April 1633
inventory, actual total £7 8s 9d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £1 11s 11d)
DPRI/1/1633/B10
Mathew BYERS, baker, beer-brewer, of Newcastle uon Tine in the county of the same [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/B10/1   22 February 1633
will
probate granted to Barbara Byers, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1633/B10/2-3   22 March 1633
indented inventory, actual total £22 5s (with account of funeral expenses of £7 7s 3d)
DPRI/1/1633/C1
Jane CARR, wife of Lewes Carr of South Shields, yeoman, widow, of South Shelepans (Sheles) in the countie of Durham, chappelrie of St Hildes [South Shields, County Durham]. Died 14 January 1634
DPRI/1/1633/C1/1-2   5 January 1634
will
probate granted to Alexander Fisher and George Winterborne (Winterburn), sons-in-law and co-executors; tuition of Isabell Carr granted to George Winterborne
DPRI/1/1633/C1/3-4   21 January 1634
inventory, actual total £325 14s 6d
DPRI/1/1633/C2   10 February 1634
Robert CARR, of Mylfeilde (Millfeild, Mylfeild, Myllfeild) within the countie of Northumberland, parish of Newtonn (Newton in Glendale) [Kirknewton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/C2/1   22 November 1633
copy nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/C2/2   23 December 1633
inventory, actual total £14 1s
DPRI/1/1633/C2/3   20 January 1634
commission
commission to Emanuel Trotter, vicar of Newton in Glendale, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Thomas Unthank (Unthanke) the elder gentleman, sole executor, and also to administer an oath to and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Trotter, 10 Feb 1634
DPRI/1/1633/C3
Ralphe CHAMBERES, weaver, of towne of Newcastell upon Tyne of the parishe of Saint Andrewes [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Chambers. Died 16 April 1633
DPRI/1/1633/C3/1   16 April 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/C3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £18 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/C5
William COOKE, of Walridge of the parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Cook
DPRI/1/1633/C5/1   undated
account
account of Margarett Anderson, former relict; subscribed with allocation of the widow and children's portions
DPRI/1/1633/C6
John COTESWORTHE, yeoman, of Eldonne (Eldon, Eldowne) in the countie of Durham [Eldon, County Durham]; also spelt Coatsworth
DPRI/1/1633/C6/1-2   20 May 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/C6/3   1633
inventory, actual total £100 16s 8d (with account of debts of £26)
DPRI/1/1633/C7
John COWLING, yeoman, of Breerly (Breerley) House in the parishe of Gryndon (Grindon) in the county of Durham [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Cowlynge
DPRI/1/1633/C7/1-2   22 January 1634
will
probate granted to Henry Cowling, sole executor
DPRI/1/1633/C7/3   17 February 1634
inventory, actual total £152 13s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £70 14s 3d)
DPRI/1/1633/C8
Joseph CRADOCKE, gentleman, of Bishop Auckland (Awkland) in the parish of St Andrew Auckland of the county of Duresme (Durhame) [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Josephe, Cradock
DPRI/1/1633/C8/1   1 August 1633
copy will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 248-250

DPRI/1/1633/C8/2-3   30 August 1633
inventory of Joseph Cradocke's goods etc., actual total £120 4s 1d (with account of funeral expenses of £10)
with inventory of Margery Cradocke's first husband's goods etc., 30 August 1633, actual total £11 15s 1d
(1) inventory of the goods etc. of Joseph Cradocke; (2) inventory of the goods formerly of Henry Maugham, the first husband of Margery Cradocke, 'being not changed in the life tyme of her second husband Mr Josephe Cradocke wee are perswaded they ought not to be accounted as his goods'
DPRI/1/1633/C8/4-5   16 April 1730
bond to redeliver the original will, penal sum £500
DPRI/1/1633/C9
Richard CUSSONS, yeoman, of East Newbiggen within the countye of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]; also spelt Cussonns, Cussonn, Cusson
DPRI/1/1633/C9/1   22 December 1632
will
DPRI/1/1633/D1   2 May 1633
Thomas DAWSON, cordwainer, chapman, of parish of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Dawsan
DPRI/1/1633/D1/1-2   27 January 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/D1/4-10   26 March 1633
inventory, actual total £477 7s 8d
inventory of household, shop and warehouse goods etc.; actual total includes the desperate debts
DPRI/1/1633/D1/3   13 April 1633
commission
commission to Thomas Thompson (Thomson), rector of Hurworth, and Robert Hope, curate of Darlington, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Dawson, relict and sole executrix, and also to administer an oath to and to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Thomson, 2 May 1633
DPRI/1/1633/D2
Luke DITCHBURNE, yeoman, of Whittingham within the county of Northumberland [Whittingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/D2/1   16 August 1633
will
probate granted at Alnwick to John Ditchburne, brother and executor, 20 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/D2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £21 19s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1633/D3
Christafore DODES, yeoman, Rucuphead [Rookhope] in Wardell in the countie of Durham, Ester (Easter) Black Deane within the perish of Stanupe (Stanhop) in Wardelle and county of Durhame [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Christafor, Dodds, Christofer
DPRI/1/1633/D3/1   30 May 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/D3/2   8 March 1633
inventory, actual total £21 7s 1d (with account of funeral expenses of £1 1s)
DPRI/1/1633/D3/3   10 April 1624
copy deed of gift
copy indenture conveying all the testator's goods and chattels to Anthony Wall, brother-in-law, upon the condition that the testator and his wife Jane Dodds are to be maintained by him for their lives
DPRI/1/1633/E1
Elizabeth ELTRINGHAM, widow, of Pridow (Pruddoe) within the parish of Ovingham [Prudhoe, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/E1/1   13 May 1633
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/E1/2   11 June 1633
inventory, actual total £31 2s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £17 19s)
DPRI/1/1633/F1
James FAWSID, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of Berwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Fawside, Fawcide, Forside
DPRI/1/1633/F1/1-2   22 August 1632
will
dated 21 Aug 1632 at head and 22 Aug 1632 at foot; probate granted at Berwick to Isabel Watson, former relict, 6 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/F1/3   7 November 1632
inventory, actual total £40 12s 11d (with account of debts of £20 2s)
DPRI/1/1633/F2
Bartram FLETCHER, mercer, of parish of Gateside (Gaiteside, Gateshead) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Bartrame
DPRI/1/1633/F2/1   16 March 1633
copy will
DPRI/1/1633/F2/2-3   25 March 1633
indented inventory, actual total £69 6s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £72 9s 4d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1633/F3
Thomas FLETCHER, yeoman, of Newtowne (Newton) in the parish of Rothburie (Rothberrie) [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Flecher
DPRI/1/1633/F3/1-2   8 April 1633
inventory, actual total £51 4s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £17 10s)
with letter, 1633
inventory, subscribed with letter from Mr Manby [?to the Durham Register] requesting the deceased's widow be aided in her case, Fletcher having been 'slaine by a great unlucky man'; administration granted to Jane Fletcher relict, and William Fletcher, son, there being no [?other] children
DPRI/1/1633/F3/3-4   undated
account, actual total £49 4s 8d (with discharge of £8 13s 4d)
account of Jane Fletcher relict and William Fletcher [son]
DPRI/1/1633/F4   4 April 1633
Umfray FORSTER, of North Charletown (Charlton) [Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Umphray
DPRI/1/1633/F4/1-2   5 October 1631
will
with list of debts owed to (£12) and owed by (£3 14s) the testator; probate granted at Alnwick to Jane Forster, relict and sole executrix, and the tuition of Nedd (Edward) Forster son of Cuthbert Forster [son of the testator] granted to his mother Agnes Forster widow, 4 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/F4/3   undated
inventory, actual total £29 3s
DPRI/1/1633/F5
Robert FORSTER, of Ellinghem (Ellingham) [Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Foster
DPRI/1/1633/F5/1   7 April 1633
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Isabell (Isobell) Forster, relict and executrix, 20 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/F5/2   undated
inventory, actual total £10 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/F6
Stephen FRENCH, weaver, of Gateside (Gateshead) within the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/F6/1-2   18 April 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/F6/3-4   12 June 1633
indented inventory, actual total £16 0s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £17 7s 6d)
DPRI/1/1633/G1
Thomas GOFTON, servant and nephew of John Gofton of Earsden, yeoman, servant, of Earsden [Earsdon, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/G1/1   24 September 1626
nuncupative will
administration granted to James Gofton, cousin
DPRI/1/1633/G1/2   1 February 1627
inventory, actual total £2 17s
DPRI/1/1633/G2   4 April 1633
Lionell GRAYE, gentleman, of Stamforth, Embleton [Embleton, Northumberland]; also spelt Lyonell, Gray, Graie
DPRI/1/1633/G2/1   8 November 1631
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Thomas Phillipson (Fillpson) and John Lyndsey (Lindsay), sons-in-law and executors, 4 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/G2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £42 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/G3
Elinor GREINEWELL, widow, of Cornsey (Cornesey) in the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Elinore, Grinwell
DPRI/1/1633/G3/1   22 March 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/G4   20 August 1633
Margaret GRENE, wife of James Grene, widow, of Bongate, parish of Alnewicke (Alnwicke, Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Greine
DPRI/1/1633/G4/1   3 April 1633
will
with list of debts owed by the testatrix of £7; probate granted at Alnwick to John Greine, son and sole executor, 20 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/G4/2   11 April 1633
inventory, actual total £8 4s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/H1   19 September 1633
Katheran HALLEWELL, gentlewoman, widow, of Bennwell (Benwell) in the county of Northumberland, parishe (chapelry) of St Johnes in Newcastle [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Katherine, Hallywell, Halliwell
DPRI/1/1633/H1/1-2   15 March 1632
will
DPRI/1/1633/H1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £143 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/H1/4   10 September 1633
commission
commission to William Swann (Swan), vicar of Stamfordham, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Lady Elizabeth Delavell (Delavale) of Dissington, sole executrix, and also to administer an oath to and to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Swan, 19 Sep 1633
DPRI/1/1633/H2
Christoper HARRISON, yeoman, of Egleston (Eggleston) in the countie of Durham [Eggleston, County Durham]; also spelt Christopher, Harryson
DPRI/1/1633/H2/1   undated
will
DPRI/1/1633/H2/2   25 February 1634
inventory, actual total £39 5s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3)
DPRI/1/1633/H3   September 1633
George HARRISON, of parrishe of Aldstonmoore (Alstone, Alston) [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Herrison
DPRI/1/1633/H3/1   7 May 1633
will
with list of debts owed to (£15 13s 7d) and owed by (£2 4s) the testator
DPRI/1/1633/H3/2   27 May 1633
inventory, actual total £80 10s
DPRI/1/1633/H3/3   4 September 1633
commission
commission to John Stephenson, vicar of Kirkhaugh, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Harrison, relict and co-executor (with her son Richard Harrison), and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Stephenson, (undated)
DPRI/1/1633/H4
John HARRISON, of Sunderland, parish of Bishop Warmouth [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Herrison
DPRI/1/1633/H4/1-2   12 November 1633
inventory
administration granted to [?Clare] Harrison, relict; Leonard and Sarah Harrison, children, being minors
DPRI/1/1633/H5
William HAVERY, of Tilmouth (Tyllmouth), Cornell [Cornhill, Northumberland]; also spelt Willam, Haverye, Haverey, Haverie
DPRI/1/1633/H5/1   16 July 1632
will
probate granted at Tweedmouth to William Havery, sole executor, to whom was also granted the tuition of Agnes and Margaret Havery, daughters, 16 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/H5/2   undated
inventory, actual total £30 5s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/H6
Ann HEATH, of Barmston (Barmeston) within the parish of Washington [Washington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/H6/1-2   21 January 1633
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 246-247

DPRI/1/1633/H7
George HERON, gentleman, of Kearslie (Kearesley, Kearsley) of the parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Hearon
DPRI/1/1633/H7/2   18 February 1633
inventory
administration granted at Stamfordham to Jane Heron, relict, for her use and the use of six children, 22 Mar 1633
DPRI/1/1633/H7/1   undated
account, actual total £34 16s 4d (with discharge of £37 13s 4d)
account of Jane Heron, relict
DPRI/1/1633/H8
George HOBSON, smith, of Jesmond (Gesmond) Feild in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/H8/1   15 September 1632
will
probate granted to Isabell Hobson, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1633/H8/2   14 November 1632
inventory, actual total £80 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £43 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/H9
Catherine HODGSHON, widow, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Katherine, Hodgson
DPRI/1/1633/H9/1   24 September 1633
will
[administration] and the tuition of Margery, Elizabeth and Jane Hodgshon, daughters, granted to John Sober, [?son-in-law]
DPRI/1/1633/H9/2   24 September 1633
copy will
DPRI/1/1633/H9/3   22 October 1633
inventory, actual total £163 18s
DPRI/1/1633/H10
William HODGSON, yeoman, of Crayne rowe (Crane Rawe, Craineraw) within the parishe of Hamsterly (chapelry of Hampsterley, Hamsterley) and county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgshon
DPRI/1/1633/H10/1-2   18 June 1633
inventory
DPRI/1/1633/H10/3   undated
consent of relict and children
consent of relict and the other children that Thomas Hodgson, eldest son, take out administration; subscribed with (undated) memorandum to noting the above consent and further that Thomas Hodgson is to be bound to distribute the estate to his five brothers and sisters
DPRI/1/1633/H11   6 April 1633
Katheringe HOGGE, widow, of Berwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Kathringe, Hog
DPRI/1/1633/H11/1-2   18 July 1629
will
probate granted at Berwick to Luke Orde (Ord), cousin and sole executor, 6 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/H11/3   20 April 1631
inventory, actual total £7 17s
DPRI/1/1633/H12
John HOPPAR, of Blackhedley, parish of Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]; also spelt Hopper
DPRI/1/1633/H12/1   15 December 1633
will
with list of debts owed by (£8) and owed to (£17 18s 8d) the testator
DPRI/1/1633/H12/2   11 February 1634
inventory, actual total £101 (with account of debts and funeral charges of £2 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1633/H13   4 April 1633
Henrye HORSLEY, of Scranwode of the parishe of Alneham [Alnham, Northumberland]; also spelt Horsleye
Horsley names his wife as his executrix and 'intrennssatrix'
DPRI/1/1633/H13/1   undated
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Isabell Horsley, executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of Ursula Horsley, daughter, 4 Apr 1633
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 247-248

DPRI/1/1633/H13/2   undated
inventory, actual total £74 16s (with account of debts of £5 17s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/H14   4 April 1633
Mathew HORSLEY, of Scranwoode (Scranwood) of the parishe Alnham (Alneham) [Alnham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/H14/1   undated
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Jane Horsley, relict, to whom was also granted the tuition of Agnes, Isabell and Margaret Horsley, daughters, 4 Apr 1633; Robert Horsley, brother and sole executor, having renounced
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 247

DPRI/1/1633/H14/2   undated
inventory, actual total £37 14s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/H15
Thomas HUMBLE, yeoman, of Daniell in the parish of Riton in the countie of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/H15/1   29 December 1632
will
probate granted to Margaret Colson (Margret Coulson), co-executor
DPRI/1/1633/H15/2   28 December 1633
inventory, actual total £47 4s 2d (with account of funeral expenses of £3 3s 6d)
DPRI/1/1633/H16
Florence HUTTON, wife of John Hutton, clerk, widow, of parishe (chapelry) of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Florrence
DPRI/1/1633/H16/1   29 October 1630
will
DPRI/1/1633/H16/2-3   4 July 1633
inventory, actual total £209 9s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 1s 6d)
DPRI/1/1633/I1
Robert ILE, apothecary, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt [Isle]
DPRI/1/1633/I1/1   5 March 1633
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1633/J1
John JACKSON, of Helmenton (Helmeden) Rawe in the parish of Brancepeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/J1/1-2   15 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1633/J1/3   4 February 1634
inventory, actual total £109 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/J2
Robert JEKELL, yeoman, of Billingham [Billingham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/J2/1-2   21 January 1633
will
with inventory, 13 February 1633, actual total £23 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/J3
Thomas JOHNSON, alias Wainman, of chapelry of St Margaret Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]; also spelt Waineman
DPRI/1/1633/J3/1-3
inventory
DPRI/1/1633/J4
Jhon JOPLYN, of Mecklie (Meklie, Mickley) of the parishe of Owingheme (Owinghame, Ovingham) [Mickley, Northumberland]; also spelt John
DPRI/1/1633/J4/1   20 September 1632
nuncupative will
probate granted to Elenor Joplyn, co-executor, [to whom was] also granted the tuition of five of nine children
DPRI/1/1633/J4/2   5 December 1632
inventory, actual total £103 13s
DPRI/1/1633/K1
Richard KIRKHOUSE, the eldest, cordwainer, of towne and countie of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Kirkehouse
DPRI/1/1633/K1/1-3   13 January 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/K1/4-5   24 January 1633
inventory, actual total £44 1s 4d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £30)
DPRI/1/1633/K2
George KITCHING, yeoman, of Heighe (High) Heaton in the countie of Northumberland, chapelry of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Kitchinge
DPRI/1/1633/K2/1   7 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1633/K2/2-4   30 January 1634
indented inventory, actual total £493 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £53 9s)
inventory includes those goods etc. at Little Benton
DPRI/1/1633/L1
William LANGSTAFFE, of South Sheles (Sheels) Wester Salt Pans [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/L1/1-2   23 May 1633
inventory
administration granted to Ellener Langstaffe, relict, also for the use of Thomas, William and Margaret Langstaffe, children
DPRI/1/1633/L2
Nicholas LEE, of Crosgill within the chaplerie of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/L2/1   25 April 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/L2/2   20 March 1633
inventory, actual total £16 12s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 18s)
DPRI/1/1633/L2/3   19 September 1633
commission
commission to John Stephenson, rector of Kirkhaugh, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Lee, relict and sole executrix, and also to administer an oath to and examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Stephenson, (undated)
DPRI/1/1633/L3
Anthony LIDDELL, yeoman, of Sunderland (Sunderland Bridge) neere Durham in the county of Durham, chapelry of Croxdale [Croxdale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/L3/1-2   10 March 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/L3/3   13 March 1634
inventory, actual total £109 9s 2d
DPRI/1/1633/L4
William LIDDELL, yeoman, of Langley in the parishe of Brancepeth in the county of Durham (Duresme) [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Lyddell, Liddle, Lidle
see DPRI/4/13 ff.230 and 232
DPRI/1/1633/L4/1-2   29 June 1629
marriage settlement (in lieu of a will)
marriage settlement (in lieu of a will) in which Liddell agrees the residue of his estate will pass upon his death to his wife, the widow Magdalen Huggonson, reserving only £20 to a daughter by his earlier marriage
DPRI/1/1633/L4/3   31 August 1633
inventory, actual total £239 19s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £75 6s 6d)
inventory of goods etc., including goods (£9 16s 2d) belonging to Liddell's widow by a former husband, and goods (£13 5s) belonging to Liddell by his former wife; administration granted to Magdalen Liddell, relict, also for the use of Thomas Liddell, son, [?and a child not yet born]
DPRI/1/1633/L4/4-5   undated
account, actual total £239 19s 10d (with discharge of £85 9s 4d)
account of Magdalen Liddell, relict and administratrix, exhibited at the promotion of Peter Wright, curator of Marie Liddell, daughter by the deceased's former marriage; endorsed with memorandum relating that the daughter's £20 in lieu of her portion has already been delivered to her curator, and a further £13 5s (from the sale of Marie Liddell's mother's former goods) may now be paid in full discharge of the 1629 Agreement
DPRI/1/1633/L5
William LOWRY, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tine, chapelry of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Lowrie
DPRI/1/1633/L5/1-2   18 November 1633
nuncupative will
administration granted to Suzanna Glasby, cousin and universal legatrix
DPRI/1/1633/L5/3   16 December 1633
indented inventory, actual total £13 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2 5s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/M1
John MARSHALL, yeoman, of Bradley burne of the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]. Died 17 August 1632
Marshall died on 'the Friday before St Hellen day' (18 Aug 1632)
DPRI/1/1633/M1/1   3 August 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/M1/2   23 July 1632
inventory, actual total £104 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £31 10s)
DPRI/1/1633/M2
John MARSHALL, yeoman, of Seahame (Seham) in the county of Durhame [Seaham, County Durham]. Died 13 November 1633
DPRI/1/1633/M2/1-2   13 November 1633
will
administration granted to Richard Marshall, father, to whom was also granted the tuition [of Alice Marshall, daughter]
DPRI/1/1633/M2/3   5 December 1633
inventory, actual total £51 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/M3
Thomas MAUGHAN, of Chester Wood, chapelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Maughen. Died 25 September 1633
DPRI/1/1633/M3/1   undated
nuncupative will
nuncupative will transcribed, 6 Oct 1633
DPRI/1/1633/M3/2   6 October 1633
inventory, actual total £28
DPRI/1/1633/M4
Edward MILBOURNE, cordwainer, of cittie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Milburne
not found in Act Books DPRI/4/8, 13 or 14
DPRI/1/1633/M4/1-2   22 July 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/M4/3   undated
inventory, actual total £30 14s (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1633/M5
Christofer MITFORD, esquire, of Hullam (Hoolam) in the countye of Durham [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/M5/1   22 November 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/M5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1633/M6
John MOE, husbandman, of Bearle within the parish of Bywell Andrew (Peter) within the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Mowe
DPRI/1/1633/M6/1   4 March 1633
nuncupative will
administration granted to William Mowe, son
DPRI/1/1633/M6/2   7 May 1633
inventory, actual total £18 8s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 11s)
DPRI/1/1633/N1
Lowrance NEWBYE, yeoman, of Howlemore in the parish of Cockfield (Cockfeild) within the countie of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Newbey, Newby, Newbie
DPRI/1/1633/N1/1   1 March 1633
will
administration granted to Mark Gargrave
DPRI/1/1633/N1/2   27 November 1633
inventory, actual total £19 6s 3d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 5s)
DPRI/1/1633/N2
John NEWBYE, of Under the Hourthe in Teasedale (Middleton in Teasdale) within the countye of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Newby
DPRI/1/1633/N2/1   13 July 1633
will
[tuition/curation] of Elizabeth and Jane Newbye, daughters, granted to Anne Newbye, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1633/N4   January 1634
Richard NICHOLSON, cutler, of Newcastle, chapelry of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/8 f.230: Jan 1634
DPRI/1/1633/N4/1-2   16 January 1634
indented inventory
administration granted to Katherine Nicholson, relict, also for the use of Anne Nicholson, infant daughter
DPRI/1/1633/N5
Roger NICHOLSON, gentleman, of Bishopp Auckland (Awkland) in the county of Duresme [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Nicolson
DPRI/1/1633/N5/1   24 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1633/N5/2   1 March 1634
inventory, actual total £52 19s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/N3
Anthony NICOLSONNE, of Helmden Row (Rawe) [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Nicolson, Nicholson
DPRI/1/1633/N3/1   5 July 1632
will
administration granted to Anne Nicolsonne, relict, also for the use of John, Ann and Jane Nicolsonne, children
DPRI/1/1633/N3/2   23 April 1633
inventory, actual total £21 (with account of debts of £2 9s 10d)
DPRI/1/1633/O1   20 June 1633
Cuthbert OGLE, of parish of Whalton [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Cuthbart
DPRI/1/1633/O1/1   24 January 1632
will
proved at Morpeth by Edward Ogle of Coven in Brewood, Staffordshire, gentleman and eldest son, executor, 20 June 1633
DPRI/1/1633/O1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £188 6s 2d
DPRI/1/1633/O2
John OSWOLD, junior, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Oswolde, Oswould, Oswald. Died 5 May 1633
DPRI/1/1633/O2/7   3 May 1633
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1633/O2/1   undated
inventory
administration granted by commission to Alice Oswold, relict
DPRI/1/1633/O2/2   undated
fair copy inventory, actual total £79
DPRI/1/1633/O2/3   16 May 1633
commission
commission to Robert Hope, curate of Darlington, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Alice Oswold, relict; commission executed by Hope, 23 May [1633]
DPRI/1/1633/O2/5   31 May 1633
commission
commission to Thomas Emerson of Hellclose House yeoman, Lawrence Stainesbye of Cockerton tanner, Peter Bowbanck of Blackwell yeoman, and George Stephenson tanner, all of Darlington, to reappraise the goods etc. of John Oswold [junior]; issued at the petition of the sisters of the deceased due to the incomplete and undervalued nature of the inventory formerly entered by Alice Oswold, relict
DPRI/1/1633/O2/6   20 June 1633
additional inventory, actual total £38
inventory with the proviso that the commissioners were prevented from appraising the goods etc. in the house by Alice Oswold, relict
DPRI/1/1633/O2/4   undated
additional inventory, actual total £20
inventory of goods etc. apprized by John Oswold senior, with memorandum relating that Alice Oswold, relict, had formerly prevented the commissioners from apprizing them
DPRI/1/1633/P1
Robart PALLESER, yeoman, of Miderige (Mideridge, Midridg) in the countie of Durham [Middridge, County Durham]; also spelt Robert, Pallacer
DPRI/1/1633/P1/1   6 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/P1/2   30 December 1633
inventory, actual total £200
DPRI/1/1633/P2
Thomas PATTESON, of Harraton, parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/P2/1   undated
account
account of Ann Patteson, relict, subscribed with account of six named children's portions
DPRI/1/1633/P3
Thomas PATTISON, gentleman, of Hedworth within the county of Durham [Hedworth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/P3/1-2   25 June 1633
copy will
copy made, 9 Apr 1651
DPRI/1/1633/P4
Nicholas PEARSON, yeoman, of Earsden in the countie of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/P4/1   2 September 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/P4/2   28 October 1633
indented inventory, actual total £239 6s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £101 18s)
DPRI/1/1633/P5
John PORTER, of Usworth Staith, parish of Jarroe [Jarrow, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/P5/1-2   undated
inventory
administration granted to Anne Porter, relict, also for the use of Robert Porter, son; subscribed with names of sureties
DPRI/1/1633/P6
George PRESTON, yeoman, of Allertongate in the chapelrie of St Margarets within the suburbes of the cittie of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/P6/1-2   2 June 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/P6/3   1 July 1633
inventory, actual total £117 14s
DPRI/1/1633/P7
Cuthbert PROCTER, the elder, merchant, esquire, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Prockter, Proctor
DPRI/1/1633/P7/1-2   23 March 1633
copy will
DPRI/1/1633/P7/3-4   10 December 1633
inventory, actual total £26 13s 11d (with account of funeral expenses of £13 14s)
endorsed: exhibited, 18 Sep 1634
DPRI/1/1633/P7/5   25 February 1652
copy act of court
[copy act of court] decreeing the original will may be delivered out of the registry to William Coulston on Ponteland, husband of the deceased's daughter and co-executor Margaret Proctor, for use in a law suit; the other two daughters having renounced
DPRI/1/1633/R1
Anne RAND, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ann
DPRI/1/1633/R1/1   23 July 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/R1/2-3   18 April 1633
indented inventory, actual total £48 16s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1633/R2
William REASLEY, shipwright, of parishe of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/R2/1   14 August 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/R2/2-3   28 August 1633
indented inventory, actual total £69 13s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £11 10s)
DPRI/1/1633/R3   24 August 1633
Robert RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Norham within the countie of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f.297v (May 1637), and 1633 bond 1
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B250
bond: DPRI/3/1633/B251
DPRI/1/1633/R3/1-2   13 June 1633
nuncupative will
with inventory, 24 August 1633, actual total £45 3s 4d
proved at Berwick-upon-Tweed by Robert Hunter, son-in-law and executor, 24 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/R4
Allexander RIDLEY, gentleman, of Whitsheells (Whitsheels, Whitsheeles) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Alexander
see DPRI/4/13 f.216v
DPRI/1/1633/R4/1-2   20 May 1633
inventory
DPRI/1/1633/R5   29 January 1634
William ROBINSON, of Westwicke (Westwick), chapelry of Barnard Castle in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/R5/1-2   16 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/R5/3   31 December 1633
inventory, actual total £170 12s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £83 6s 5d)
DPRI/1/1633/R5/4   13 January 1634
commission
commission to Robert Burrell, curate of Gainford, and Giles Forster, curate of Barnard Castle, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration and the tuition of Ann Robinson daughter and co-executrix, to Phillida Robinson relict and co-executrix, for her use and the use of her daughter; and also to examine the witnesses to the will. [Endorsed:] commission executed by Foster, 29 Jan 1634
DPRI/1/1633/R6   6 April 1633
Henry ROBSON, the elder, collier, yeoman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/R6/1-2   5 March 1632
copy will
DPRI/1/1633/R6/3-4   5 April 1633
inventory, actual total £6 18s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1633/R6/5   6 April 1633
commission
commission to Francis Gray and John Shaw, preachers of Newcastle, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Robert Robson, son and co-executor, and also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Shaw, 6 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/R7
William ROBSON, yeoman, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/R7/1-2   2 March 1633
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 241-242

DPRI/1/1633/R7/3-4   2 May 1633
inventory, actual total £187 17s 6d (with account of debts of £15 7s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/R8
Thomas ROXEBEY, of Rivehopp (Ryhoppe, Ryop), parish of Bishop Warmoth [Ryhope, County Durham]; also spelt Rookby, Roxbye, Rokesby
DPRI/1/1633/R8/1   1 July 1633
will
Subscribed: 'found in Thomas Clavering's deske after his death but noe inventary'. Administration granted to Isabell Roxebey, relict, to whom was also granted the tuition of John Roxebey, son and executor, and Elizabeth, Ann and Alice Roxebey, daughters
DPRI/1/1633/R8/2   undated
inventory, actual total £112 7s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1633/S1
Mark SALTONSTALL, alderman [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], alderman, of town of Barwik (Barwick) upon Twed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/S1/1-2   14 July 1631
will
DPRI/1/1633/S2
Raiph SANDER, of Witton Gilbeart (Gilbert) in the countie of Durham [Witton Gilbert, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/S2/1   7 April 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/S2/2   17 April 1633
inventory, actual total £42 16s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 15s 2d)
DPRI/1/1633/S3   4 April 1633
John SCOTT, the younger, yeoman, of Alnwick (Alnewicke, Alnewick, Alnwicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/S3/1-2   30 December 1632
will
proved by Elizabeth Scott widow, mother and sole executrix, 4 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/S3/3   31 March 1633
inventory, actual total £18 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/S4
Jarratt SELBYE, gentleman, of Hairlaw (Harelaw) within the countie of Northumberland, parish of Kyrk Newton (Kirke Newton) [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Jarrett, Selby
DPRI/1/1633/S4/1-2   31 January 1632
will
with codicil, 21 April 1633
with caveat
endorsed: caveat against delivering the will to any but the heir, [Jarratt] Selbye
DPRI/1/1633/S4/3-5   10 May 1633
inventory, actual total £1,035 14s 3d
DPRI/1/1633/S5
Cuthbert SMYTH, yeoman, of the Law within the county of Durham, chapelry of Meddomsley [Medomsley, County Durham]; also spelt Smith
DPRI/1/1633/S5/1   14 October 1632
will
DPRI/1/1633/S5/2   7 January 1633
inventory, actual total £115 9s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £6 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1633/S6
Robert SOBER, yeoman, of Nesfeild in the parish of Darlington and county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Robart
DPRI/1/1633/S6/1   28 August 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/S6/2-3   28 August 1633
fair copy will
DPRI/1/1633/S6/4-5   30 August 1633
inventory, actual total £311 5s 3d
DPRI/1/1633/S7   10 April 1633
Robert SOPWITH, yeoman, of Whalton within the countye of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Soppwith, Soppeth
DPRI/1/1633/S7/1   12 February 1632
will
proved at Morpeth by Isabel Sopwith, relict and executrix, 10 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/S7/2   4 April 1633
inventory, actual total £47 15s 8d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £8 0s 10d)
DPRI/1/1633/S8   5 April 1633
Richard SPENSE, yeoman, of borough of Barwik (Berwicke, Barwick) upon Tweid [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Spence, Spens
DPRI/1/1633/S8/1-2   29 January 1633
will
proved at Berwick by Elizabeth Spence, relict and executrix, 5 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/S8/3   2 April 1633
inventory, actual total £11 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/S9   20 June 1633
John STEVENSON, yeoman, of Blagill within the parish of Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Stephenson
DPRI/1/1633/S9/1   27 November 1632
[copy] will
DPRI/1/1633/S9/2   5 March 1632
inventory, actual total £106 1s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £29 17s 9d)
DPRI/1/1633/S9/3   1 June 1633
commission
commission to Francis Hills, vicar of Alston, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Frances Stevenson relict and, when they come of age, to Robert and Richard Stevenson, sons and executors, and also to grant to her the tuition of Robert, Richard and Mary Stevenson, [younger] children; also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Hill, 20 June 1633
DPRI/1/1633/S10
John STROTHER, Master, esquire, of Grindonrig (Ridge, Rigg), parish of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/S10/1   26 January 1631
inventory
administration granted at Grindon Ridge to Elizabeth Strother, relict, she having discharged herself from acting as tutrix to four named children
DPRI/1/1633/S11
Mathew SUMMER, blacksmith, of Heighington in the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/S11/1-2   15 June 1633
will
tuition of Anne Wilkin, niece, granted to Anne Summer, sister and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1633/S11/3-4   20 June 1633
inventory, actual total £67 3s (with account of debts of £16 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/S12
Elizabeth SURTIES, widow, of Ebchester [Ebchester, County Durham]; also spelt Suertes, Suerties
DPRI/1/1633/S12/1   5 September 1630
will
DPRI/1/1633/S12/2   2 January 1633
inventory, actual total £19 8s
DPRI/1/1633/S13
John SWAN, yeoman, of Whickham in the countye of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Swann
DPRI/1/1633/S13/1-2   21 November 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/S13/3   23 January 1634
inventory, actual total £18 11s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 6s)
DPRI/1/1633/T1
George THOMSON, the elder, yeoman, of Wolveston in the countie of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Thompson
DPRI/1/1633/T1/1   6 November 1632
will in the form of a deed of gift
administration granted to George Thompson, son and donee
DPRI/1/1633/T3
Elizabeth TODD, widow, of Morpeth in the countye of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/T3/1-2   7 March 1633
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Cuthbert Pye of Morpeth, merchant and executor (and tutor of Edward Todd, son), 10 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/T3/3   11 March 1633
indented inventory, actual total £8 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1633/T2
William TOMSON, husbandman, of Stranton in the county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Thomson, Thompson
see DPRI/4/13 f.238v: November 1633
DPRI/1/1633/T2/1-2   26 December 1632
will
subscribed with the names and ages of the three younger minor children
DPRI/1/1633/T2/3   21 October 1633
inventory, actual total £129 5s (with account of debts of £6 14s 2d)
DPRI/1/1633/T5   October 1633
William TROTTER, yeoman, of Escombe in the countie of Durham [Escomb, County Durham]
Will endorsed by probate office: 'will and inventory' (the latter not present). See DPRI/4/13 f.233v: Oct 1633.
DPRI/1/1633/T5/1   25 September 1633
will
not signed or sealed by either testator or witnesses (?mutilated)
DPRI/1/1633/T4
Jhon TRUWHIT, of Estranton (East Rainton) [East Rainton, County Durham]; also spelt John, Trutheyt, Trewhett, Truwhat
DPRI/1/1633/T4/1-2   13 June 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/T4/3   25 June 1633
inventory, actual total £26 15s
DPRI/1/1633/T6
Ellinor TULLIE, widow, of Throple within the parish of Mittfforde [Mitford, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/T6/1   26 March 1633
will
proved at Morpeth by Thomas Tullie, son and sole executor, 10 Apr 1633
DPRI/1/1633/T6/2   26 March 1633
inventory, actual total £11 9s 8d
DPRI/1/1633/T7
William TURBAT, yeoman, of Elwick in the parish of Hart and county of Durham [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Turbatt
DPRI/1/1633/T7/1-2   25 May 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/T7/3   22 July 1633
inventory, actual total £25 14s 10d (with account of debts of £6 3s)
DPRI/1/1633/W1   19 February 1634
Christofer WALLIS, yeoman, of chapelry of All Saints in the towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Christopher, Willis, Wallas, Wallasse
DPRI/1/1633/W1/1   4 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1633/W1/2-3   27 January 1634
indented inventory, actual total £182 4s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20 15s 6d)
DPRI/1/1633/W1/4   18 February 1634
commission
commission to Samuel Barker, curate of Newcastle All Saints, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Cicilia (Sissella) Wallis, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of Sarah Wallis, daughter; and also to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed in the house of Leonard Carr by Barker, 19 Feb 1634
DPRI/1/1633/W2
John WALTON, of Gallygell (Gilligell, Galligill), parish of Aldston (Alston) [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/W2/1   23 January 1633
will
probate granted to Isabel Walton, relict, the four children and executors still being minors
DPRI/1/1633/W2/2
inventory, actual total £74 6s 2d (with account of debts of £14 8s 8d)
DPRI/1/1633/W3   21 August 1633
Cuthbert WATSON, of Bedlingtone (Bedlington) [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Watsone
DPRI/1/1633/W3/1-2   12 August 1633
inventory
administration granted at Morpeth to Agnes Watson, relict, 21 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/W4   January 1634
Mary WATSON, gentlewoman, widow, of Bishop Aucland (Awkland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/W4/1   21 April 1632
will
DPRI/1/1633/W4/2   9 January 1634
inventory, actual total £24 0s 8d
with certificate of oath, 21 January 1634
inventory with certificate of oath of Dorothye Wormlye (Dorrothie Wormeley), [niece and sole executrix], 21 Jan 1634; endorsed with the incomplete preamble to a list of bequests to unamed servants
DPRI/1/1633/W4/3   10 January 1634
commission
commission to William Richardson, vicar of Coniscliffe, and Robert Thompson, curate of Witton-le-Wear, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Dorothy Wormeley, sole executrix, the will having already been proved at Durham
DPRI/1/1633/W6   20 August 1633
James WHIT, of Ingrame (Ingram) [Ingram, Northumberland]; also spelt White
DPRI/1/1633/W6/1   18 July 1632
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Elizabeth White, relict and executrix, 20 Aug 1633
DPRI/1/1633/W6/2   19 August 1633
inventory, actual total £11 19s (with account of funeral expenses of £1 10s)
DPRI/1/1633/W5
Alice WHITE, spinster, of parish of St Nicholas in Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/W5/1-2   22 October 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/W5/3   31 October 1633
inventory, actual total £31 18s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 12s)
DPRI/1/1633/W7
Christopher WHITFEILD, yeoman, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/W7/1-3   26 August 1633
will
with codicil, 28 August 1633
DPRI/1/1633/W7/4   9 September 1633
inventory, actual total £257 10s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 6s 11d)
DPRI/1/1633/W8
Willyam WHITFEILD, gentleman, of Randelholme within the parish Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1633/W8/1   6 February 1633
will
DPRI/1/1633/W8/2   5 April 1633
inventory, actual total £54 16s 4d (with account of debts of £40 0s 5d)
DPRI/1/1633/W9   23 May 1633
John WIGHAM, yeoman, of Linsheilde (Linsheile) in the parish of Haltwisle (Haltwesle) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Wiggam
DPRI/1/1633/W9/1   22 November 1632
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £17 15s 2d (with account of debts of £3 12s 10d)
Will, with [contemporaneous] list of debts owed by (£3 12s 10d) and owed to (£3 1s 10d) the testator. Probate granted at Corbridge to Isabel Wigham relict and joint executor, 23 May 1633.
DPRI/1/1633/W10
George WOOD, curate of Gateshead, clerk, of Gateshead (Gateside) [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1633/W10/1   15 October 1632
inventory
administration granted to Lucy Wood, relict, also for the use of eight named children
Wills etc proved 1634
Reference: DPRI/1/1634
DPRI/1/1634/A1
John ADDISON, senior, gentleman, of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Addeson
DPRI/1/1634/A1/1-2   26 March 1634
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 253-255

DPRI/1/1634/A1/4-5   undated
copy allegation
with nuncupative will, 26 March 1634
certified copy of the allegation of William Fenwicke, brother-in-law, introducing the nuncupative codicil (26 Mar 1634), relating to a case: Fenwicke v Addeson
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 255

DPRI/1/1634/A1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £1,099 9s
DPRI/1/1634/A2
Edward ALDER, yeoman, of Reeveley (Reveley) of the parish of Ingram [Ingram, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/A2/1-2   4 July 1634
will
administration granted to Christopher Alder, 'friend', and John Oliver, 'brother'; tuition of [daughter] granted to John Collingwood
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 256

DPRI/1/1634/A2/3   23 October 1634
inventory, actual total £43 6s 4d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £2 2s 6d)
subscribed with account of a daughter's portion (£14)
DPRI/1/1634/A3
Elizabeth ATKINSON, widow, of Newton Bewly (Bewley) in the countie of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/A3/1   2 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/A3/2   5 February 1635
inventory, actual total £80 18s
DPRI/1/1634/A4
Thomas ATKINSONE, yeoman, of Swinhoe, parish of Tughill [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Atcheson
DPRI/1/1634/A4/1-2   2 May 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/A4/3-4   11 May 1634
inventory, actual total £21 10s 11d
DPRI/1/1634/A5
Sampson AYRE, yeoman, of Monck Wearmouth (Monckwermouth) towne in the countye pallatine of Durhame [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Sampsone, Ayer, Aire
DPRI/1/1634/A5/1-2   7 April 1634
will
probate granted to Margerye Ayre, relict, to whom was also granted the tuition of Allice and Isabell, children
DPRI/1/1634/A5/3   28 April 1634
inventory, actual total £190 19s 4d (with account of debts of £40)
DPRI/1/1634/B1
William BAINEBRIDGE, of Stockton (Stocton) in the countye of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbridge, Bainbrick, Bainbrig
DPRI/1/1634/B1/1   18 July 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/B1/2   6 August 1633
indented inventory, actual total £16 3s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 13s 5d)
DPRI/1/1634/B2
Lanclott BARKER, yeoman, of Litle (Little) Benton in the parish of Great Benton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Lanclot, Lancelott
DPRI/1/1634/B2/1-2   2 June 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/B2/3   2 June 1633
copy will
DPRI/1/1634/B2/4   29 June 1633
inventory, actual total £92 19s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £53 17s 9d)
DPRI/1/1634/B3   2 May 1634
George BARWICKE, of West Snawhopp within the parishe of Stanhopp in Wardaile [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Barricke
DPRI/1/1634/B3/1-2   8 April 1634
will
endorsed: proved, 2 May 1634
DPRI/1/1634/B3/3   21 April 1634
inventory, actual total £121 18s 1d
probate granted to Jennet Barwicke, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of six children; George Wall and John Gray, sureties
DPRI/1/1634/B4
John BELL, chapman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/B4/1   7 September 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/B4/2-3   17 September 1634
inventory, actual total £33 19s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 15s)
DPRI/1/1634/B6
Roger BLAIXTON, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Blaxton, Blakiston
DPRI/1/1634/B6/1   5 August 1634
will
endorsed with the names of six children of the testator
DPRI/1/1634/B6/2-4   20 August 1634
inventory, actual total £472 13s 8d
DPRI/1/1634/B5
Ann BLAKISTON, widow, of Thorpthweles (Thorpthewles) [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Blakeston
DPRI/1/1634/B5/1-2   30 April 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/B7
Robert BLAKSTON, prebendary of Durham cathedral, parson of Sedgefield, MA, clerk, Durham, Seidgefeld (Seidgfeild) [Durham, County Durham; Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Blakiston
DPRI/1/1634/B7/1-2   undated
nuncupative will
dated, 8 Jan [?1635]
DPRI/1/1634/B7/3-6   23 January 1635
inventory, actual total £440 14s 11d
inventory is followed by the cancelled inventory of goods etc. at the deceased's house at Sedgefield (£14 4s 4d), which goods it is stated are the property of Toby Blakiston, the deceased's brother
DPRI/1/1634/B8
Thomas BLENKINSUPE, of Gaitside [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Blenkinsopp
DPRI/1/1634/B8/1   February 1631
will
DPRI/1/1634/B8/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1634/B9
Hughe BOLTE, gentleman, of Bruntoft (Bruntofte) in the parish of Elwick and in the countie of Durham [Elwick Hall, County Durham]; also spelt Hugh, Bolt
DPRI/1/1634/B9/1   2 August 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/B9/2   19 December 1634
inventory, actual total £246 8s
DPRI/1/1634/B10
Henry BROWNE, yeoman, of South Shele Pans (South Sheele Panns, South Sheiles) in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Henrie
DPRI/1/1634/B10/1-2   22 September 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/B10/3-4   23 September 1634
indented inventory, actual total £218 15s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £92)
DPRI/1/1634/B11
Elizabeth BUNTING, widow, of Stockton [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/B11/1-2   20 March 1635
account
account of Jane Bunting spinster, daughter; with (marginal) allocation of the total balance to the accountant
DPRI/1/1634/B12
Katherin BURDON, widow, of Stockton within the countye of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Katheren
DPRI/1/1634/B12/1   16 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/B12/2   20 February 1634
inventory, actual total £285 7s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/B14
George BUSBY, chapman, of St Johns parish in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Busbye
DPRI/1/1634/B14/1-2   18 February 1634
copy will
with certificate verifying the accuracy of the copy, 26 Dec 1656
DPRI/1/1634/B14/4-5   18 February 1634
inventory, actual total £93 0s 10d
DPRI/1/1634/B14/3   9 May 1634
additional inventory, actual total £6
DPRI/1/1634/B13
Anthonye BUSBYE, yeoman, of Cassopp (Cassop) in the countye of Durhamm of the parish of Kelloe [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]; also spelt Busbie, Busby
DPRI/1/1634/B13/1   13 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1634/B13/2   10 March 1635
inventory, actual total £713
DPRI/1/1634/C1
John CARR, the younger, gentleman, of Lesburye (Lesbury) in the countie of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/C1/1-2   16 May 1634
will
with codicil, 19 May 1634
with list of debts owed to the testator of £51 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/C2
Robert CARTER, yeoman, of Sedgfeild in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C2/1-2   10 February 1632
will
DPRI/1/1634/C2/3   11 February 1635
indented inventory, actual total £91 6s (with account of debts of £51 18s)
DPRI/1/1634/C3
Thomas CLARKE, yeoman, of Claporth within the suburbs of the cittie of Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C3/1-2   18 October 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/C3/3   10 November 1634
inventory, actual total £12 10s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 12s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/C4
Cuthbert CLEUGH, of Winlington [Winlaton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C4/1-2   undated
account
(incomplete) account of Anne Cleugh, relict
DPRI/1/1634/C5
William COCKEY, lay singing man of Durham cathedral, lay singing man, of Elvett in the suburbs of the cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C5/1-2   6 August 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/C5/3   26 August 1634
inventory, actual total £234 10s 7d
DPRI/1/1634/C6
Cuthbert COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Fawdon within the countie of Northumberland [Gosforth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/C6/1   undated
will
date lost (damage); however, published version gives 31 Jan 1634
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 259

DPRI/1/1634/C6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1634/C7
Thomas CONYERS, gentleman, of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Coniers
DPRI/1/1634/C7/1-2   15 September 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/C7/3-4   27 February 1635
inventory, actual total £138 1s 10d
DPRI/1/1634/C8
Parcevell CORNER, yeoman, of Norton within the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Persevell
DPRI/1/1634/C8/1-2   7 January 1634
will
probate and tuition of Anne and Mirell (Meriall) Corner, daughters, granted to Elizabeth Corner, relict
DPRI/1/1634/C8/3   11 February 1634
inventory, actual total £96 18s 6d (with account of debts of £66 17s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/C9
Francis COULSON, grocer, confectioner, of towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Colson. Died 22 February 1634
DPRI/1/1634/C9/1   28 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/C9/2-5   28 December 1633
copy will
DPRI/1/1634/C9/6-7   21 March 1634
inventory, actual total £696 16s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £167 3s 3d)
inventory of goods etc. at Newcastle, Wallsend and [?North] Shields
DPRI/1/1634/C10
Thomas CRAISTON, tanner, of Goatside (Gatesid, Gateside) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C10/1-2   12 June 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/C10/3-4
indented inventory, actual total £47 17s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/C11
Patricke CRAW, of Copeland (Coupland) within the parish of Newton in Glendale [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Patrick
DPRI/1/1634/C11/1-2   31 March 1634
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/C11/3   undated
inventory, actual total £80 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/C12   26 April 1634
John CUSSON, yeoman, of Sadberdge (Sadbury) within the county of Durham [Sadberge, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/C12/1   11 March 1634
will
Subscribed with note from a court officer to [Richard] Newhouse, Durham Register, requesting the will be engrossed and a grant of probate and tuition of all the children to Alice Cusson, relict and co-executor, be prepared. Endorsed: proved, 26 Apr [1634]
DPRI/1/1634/C12/2   undated
inventory, actual total £160
DPRI/1/1634/C13
Anne CUTHBERT, widow, of Berwicke (Barwick) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Cudberte
DPRI/1/1634/C13/1-2   18 November 1633
will
with nuncupative codicil, 28 November 1633
DPRI/1/1634/C13/3   13 May 1634
inventory, actual total £38 16s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4 8s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/C14
Cuthbert CUTTER, cooper, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cuthert
DPRI/1/1634/C14/1   8 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/C14/2-6   1 December 1634
indented inventory, actual total £149 17s 3d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 17s 7d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1634/D1
Nicholas DODSHON, the elder, yeoman, of Stranton [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Dotchan, Dotchant
DPRI/1/1634/D1/1-2   19 March 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/D1/3-4   20 March 1635
account, actual total £500 10s 2d (with discharge of £15)
account of Katherine Dotchant, relict, and Anthony Dotchan, joint administrators
DPRI/1/1634/D2
William DUXFEILD, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
See also Borthwick Institute for Archives TRANS.CP.1636/1: appeal (testamentary), 1636.
DPRI/1/1634/D2/1   4 September 1634
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/D2/2   11 September 1634
inventory, actual total £90 17s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £118 6s 1d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.; day in Sep 1634 uncertain
DPRI/1/1634/E1
John EDEN, esquire, of West Awckland (Awkeland) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/E1/1   16 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1634/E1/2-3   8 December 1633
inventory, actual total £110 7s
DPRI/1/1634/E2
Henry ELGEY, the elder, of Raby (Raybie) [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Henrie, Elgie
DPRI/1/1634/E2/1-2   1633
will
dated, Jan-Feb 1633
DPRI/1/1634/E2/3   19 June 1634
inventory, actual total £6 9s (with account of funeral charges of £2)
DPRI/1/1634/E3
Elizabeth ELWOOD, widow, of chapplery of Saint Johns in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/E3/1   26 January 1633
nuncupative will
administration and tuition of William Blenkinsopp, son, granted to George Bland upon his election by William Blenkinsopp
DPRI/1/1634/E4
Cuthbert EMERSON, yeoman, of Earnwell in Wardell Forrest (Earnewell in Wardaile) parishe of Stanhopp (Stanhop) and countie of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthbarte
DPRI/1/1634/E4/1-2   2 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/E4/3   10 April 1634
inventory, actual total £430 17s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £95 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/E5
John EMERSON, elder, yeoman, of Burtreeforde in Wardalle in the parishe of Stanhope in the countye of Durhame [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/E5/1   1 December 1634
will
subscribed with (undated) memorandum to the executors, two sons of the deceased, constraining them to supplement their two sisters' portions to the level the requires
DPRI/1/1634/E5/2-3   13 December 1634
inventory, actual total £118 16s 7d (with account of funeral charges of £5)
DPRI/1/1634/E6
Raph EMERSON, of chappelrie of Hamsterley [Hamsterley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/E6/1-2   undated
account
account of Anne Emerson, relict; endorsed with adjudged allocation of six children's portions
DPRI/1/1634/E7
Thomas EMERSON, elder, yeoman, of Arseybourne (Arseyburne) in Wardaile Forreste in the parishe of Stanhoppe (Stanhop) and in the countie of Durhame [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/E7/1   4 December 1632
will
probate granted to Thomas Emerson and Raphe Emerson, sons and co-executors
DPRI/1/1634/E7/2-3   18 December 1633
inventory, actual total £71 10s 6d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £29 10s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/E8
Anthony ERINGTONE, tanner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Anthoney, Errington
DPRI/1/1634/E8/1   14 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/E8/2-4   29 April 1634
indented inventory, actual total £246 10s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £16)
DPRI/1/1634/E9
William ERRINGTON, tanner, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/E9/1-2   14 April 1634
indented inventory
endorsed: renounced
DPRI/1/1634/F1
Anne FARROW, widow, of Biggin within the parish of Brancpeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt An
DPRI/1/1634/F1/1   30 July 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/F1/2   21 October 1634
inventory, actual total £41 8s 8d (with account of debts of £4 8s)
DPRI/1/1634/F2
Ellinor FELL, widow, sometyme of chapplery of Lamseley (Lamesley), late of North Seaton of the parish of Woodhorne [Lamesley, County Durham; Woodhorn, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/F2/1-2   23 March 1632
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/F3
Richard FELL, master and mariner, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/F3/1   12 June 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/F3/2-4   3 July 1634
indented inventory, actual total £176 0s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £10)
DPRI/1/1634/F4
Thomas FENTON, burgess [of Holy Island], yeoman, of Holy (Holie) Iland within the countie pallentine of Durham [Holy Island, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/F4/1-2   13 September 1632
will
DPRI/1/1634/F4/3   undated
inventory, actual total £7 8s 10d
DPRI/1/1634/F5
John FENWICK, one of H.M.'s pensioners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, pensioner, gentleman, of broughe of Berwick upon Tweede (Barwicke upon Tweed) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
DPRI/1/1634/F5/1-2   23 June 1632
will
endorsed: 24 June 1632
DPRI/1/1634/F5/3   15 September 1634
inventory, actual total £24 1s 3d
DPRI/1/1634/F6
Anthoney FORSTER, weaver, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne and of the parish of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Foster
DPRI/1/1634/F6/1-2   8 October 1634
inventory
exhibited by Margaret Forster, widow, 17 Oct 1634
DPRI/1/1634/G1
Bartholemew GIBBISON, of Barton within the county of Northumberland in the parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/G1/1   8 March 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/G1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £35 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/G2
Mary GIBSON, servant to Thomas Forster of Adderstone, servant, of Etherston (Etherstonn) in the parish of Balmebrough [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Gibsonn
DPRI/1/1634/G2/2   1 August 1634
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/G2/1   18 August 1634
inventory, actual total £8 10s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of 9s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/G3
James GOFTON, labourer, yeoman, of Earsden in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/G3/1   24 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/G3/2   19 May 1634
inventory, actual total £30 19s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 8s 6d)
dated 16 and 19 May 1634
DPRI/1/1634/G4
Robert GOWLAND, of Tunstell (Tunstall) [Stranton, County Durham]
parish uncertain
DPRI/1/1634/G4/1-2   August 1634
nuncupative will
with inventory, 17 March 1635, actual total £13 2s 8d
DPRI/1/1634/G5
John GRENOE, yeoman, of Crawcrooke in the parish of Ryton and in the countie of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Grenhoe
DPRI/1/1634/G5/1   23 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/G5/2   29 September 1634
inventory, actual total £42 12s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/G6
Anthony GRYNDALL, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland (Aucland, Awkland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonie, Grindall
DPRI/1/1634/G6/1-2   20 March 1634
will
administration granted to Mary Grindall, relict, for the use of Anthony Grindall, son and sole executor; Mary Grindall was also granted the tuition of Anthony, John and Elizabeth Grindall, children
DPRI/1/1634/G6/3   29 March 1634
inventory, actual total £299 14s (with account of debts of £176 10s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/H1
Janet HALLYMAN, daughter of Peter Hallyman, of parish of Norton [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Halliman
DPRI/1/1634/H1/3-4   7 June 1634
inventory, actual total £105
DPRI/1/1634/H1/1-2   undated
account
incomplete account of William Hallyman, brother
DPRI/1/1634/H2
Ambrose HARTON, gentleman, of North Sheeles within the countie of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/H2/1   21 August 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/H2/2   10 September 1634
inventory, actual total £86
DPRI/1/1634/H3
John HASWELL, of parish of Tinmouth (Tynmouth) [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/H3/1   17 November 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/H3/2   2 May 1634
inventory, actual total £43 15s (with account of debts and funeral charges of £4 9s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/H6
Marke HAYNING, chapman, of Morpeth (Morpithe) [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Hameing, Henning
DPRI/1/1634/H6/1-2   11 June 1634
will
endorsed: probate granted to Dorothy Hayning, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1634/H6/3   15 July 1634
inventory, actual total £7 2s (with account of debts of £2 2s)
DPRI/1/1634/H4
Robert HEARON, yeoman, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/H4/1   6 November 1633
will
with codicil, 20 November 1633
endorsed: probate granted at Morpeth to Mary Hearon, relict and sole executrix
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 251-252

DPRI/1/1634/H4/2   12 December 1633
inventory, actual total £45 11s (with account of debts of £4 16s 5d)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 252

DPRI/1/1634/H5
William HELCOTE, of Barnestone (Barnston, Barmestone, Barmston) [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Hellcote, Helcott
DPRI/1/1634/H5/1-2   28 November 1634
inventory
exhibited, 29 Nov 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H5/3-4   1634
inventory, actual total £76 0s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/H7
Gawin HINDEMERS, yeoman, of Walesend (Walsend) in the countie of Northumberland [Wallsend, Northumberland]; also spelt Hindmers
DPRI/1/1634/H7/1   26 July 1634
will
with codicil, 29 July 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H7/2-3   11 August 1634
indented inventory, actual total £425 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £83 0s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/H8
Jane HIXON, widow, of Kirk (Church) Merrington in the county of Durham [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Hickson
DPRI/1/1634/H8/1-2   5 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1634/H8/3   13 February 1635
inventory, actual total £66 19s 2d
DPRI/1/1634/H10
Thomas HOWEY, cutler, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/H10/1   17 March 1634
nuncupative will
endorsed: probate granted by commission, 8 Apr 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H10/2-5   2 April 1634
indented inventory, actual total £73 10s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £12)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1634/H9
Allison HOWME, widow, of Bushopp Warmouth (Bishop Weirmouth) in the countie of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Alice, Holme
DPRI/1/1634/H9/1   3 March 1631
will
DPRI/1/1634/H9/2   14 October 1634
inventory, actual total £206 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £43 17s)
DPRI/1/1634/H11
Hercules HUDSPETH, yeoman, of Cornehill in the countie pallantyne of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/H11/1-2   undated
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to (£59 13s) and owed by (£8 19s) the testator
DPRI/1/1634/H12
Anthony HULLOCK, skinner, of South Sheles (Sheiles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Hullocke, Ullock. Died 12 February 1635
DPRI/1/1634/H12/1-2   10 February 1635
will
with [contemporaneous] list of debts owed to (6s) and owed by (£7 2s 10d) the testator
DPRI/1/1634/H12/3   26 February 1635
inventory, actual total £8 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 13s 10d)
DPRI/1/1634/H12/4   26 March 1635
renunciation in the form of a letter
letter from Charles Foster, curate of Barnard Castle, to Richard Newhouse [Durham Register], relating the renunciation of Richard Warryner (Warrenner), the nominated tutor of Richard Hullock the cousin and sole executor, so renouncing all his right to the deceased's goods [?but not to the tuition] and requesting that probate be granted to Thomas Hullock, brother
DPRI/1/1634/H13   26 April 1634
Raiphe HUNTLYE, of Shaudforthe (Shaudforth, Shawdforth) of the parishe of Pittington within the countie of Durham [Shadforth, County Durham]; also spelt Huntley, Huntlie. Died 11 April 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H13/1   31 March 1634
copy will
endorsed: probate, 26 Apr 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H13/2-3   15 April 1634
inventory, actual total £210 6s (with account of debts of £14 6s 6d)
subscribed with allocation of the widow's portion
DPRI/1/1634/H14
Barnabas HUTCHINSONN, notary public, gentleman, the cittie of Durham, Plawsworth [Durham, County Durham; Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Barnaby, Hutchinson
Alternate address of Plawsworth drawn from DPRI/4/8 f.251v: tuition of Jane Hutchinson, daughter, granted to Jane Hutchinson, relict, 17 Nov 1634
DPRI/1/1634/H14/1   11 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/H15/1-6   14 April 1634
inventory, actual total £642 1s 2d
DPRI/1/1634/J1
Jane JACKSON, wife of Richard Jackson, clerk, widow, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/J1/1-2   3 September 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/J2
Richard JACKSON, pensioner, of town of Barwik (Barwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/J2/1   24 March 1634
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/J2/2-3   6 May 1634
inventory, actual total £30 3s 6d
administration granted with the will annexed to Joan Jackson, relict
DPRI/1/1634/J3
Nicholas JOSEE, yeoman, of Netherwitton in the countie of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/J3/1-2   1 May 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/J3/3   9 May 1634
inventory, actual total £31 14s 2d
DPRI/1/1634/J3/4   undated
petition
executors' petition against the distraint of corn upon a disputed debt
DPRI/1/1634/L1   9 May 1634
William LANCASTER, merchant, gentleman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/L1/1-2   11 December 1633
will
endorsed: proved, 9 May 1634
DPRI/1/1634/L1/3   18 March 1634
inventory, actual total £37 1s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £71 17s)
DPRI/1/1634/L2
Robert LAWSON, yeoman, of Bedlingtone in the countie palintyne of Durham [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Lawsone
DPRI/1/1634/L2/1   2 January 1634
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 253

DPRI/1/1634/L2/2   13 January 1634
inventory, actual total £27 8s
probate and the tuition of George and Dorothy Lawson, children, granted to Ann Lawson, relict, and Robert Lawson, son, co-executors
DPRI/1/1634/L3
Anthony LAXE, Westerton, West Merrington [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham; Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Lax
DPRI/1/1634/L3/1-2   14 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/L3/3   23 September 1634
inventory, actual total £483 6s
DPRI/1/1634/L4
George LEE, of Whickham [Whickham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/L4/1-2   16 September 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/L4/3   24 November 1634
inventory, actual total £90 2s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £17 19s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/L5
Anthony LILBURNE, of Benwell [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Lylburne, Lilburn
DPRI/1/1634/L5/1   20 November 1632
inventory
subscribed with memorandum relating that Barbara Lilburne, widow, renounced administration, 27 May 1634
DPRI/1/1634/M1
Henrye MADDISON, alderman [of Newcastle upon Tyne], merchant, alderman, esquire, of the Close [in the] towne of Newcastell (Newcastle upon Tyne) [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Henry. Died 14 July 1634
DPRI/1/1634/M1/1   13 December 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/M1/2-7   10 December 1634
inventory, actual total £3,768 9s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £580 16s 6d)
inventory of goods etc. in the Close (Newcastle) and Marshallands; part inventory published described as estimation and valuation, wrongly dated 14 July 1634
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 257

DPRI/1/1634/M2
William MARLEY, merchant, of town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/M2/1-2   30 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/M2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £145 0s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 13s 1d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.; dated, Jan ... [?1635]
DPRI/1/1634/M3
Thomas MARSHALL, yeoman, of Hawthorne in the countie of Durham, parish of Easington [Hawthorn, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/M3/1-2   13 March 1634
will
with contemporaneous list of debts of £33 10s
DPRI/1/1634/M3/3-4   28 March 1634
inventory, actual total £53 13s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £37 18s 1d)
DPRI/1/1634/M4
Edward MILLER, yeoman, of Barrasfoord (Barrasford) in the parish of Chollerton and countie of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Myller
DPRI/1/1634/M4/1-2   9 February 1634
will
with (undated) list of debts of £3 1s 8d
DPRI/1/1634/M4/3   30 February 1634
inventory, actual total £18 3s
dated 30 Feb 1634 [sic]
DPRI/1/1634/M5
Oswould MITFORD, gentleman, of North Weeteslett in the county of Northumberland and in the parish of Greate Benton [Longbenton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/M5/1-2   26 November 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/M6
John MOWBRAY, the elder, yeoman, of Lowbushopley in the countie of Durhame, parish of Stanhope [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Mowbrey
DPRI/1/1634/M6/1-2   21 January 1634
will
subscribed with names of the obligors
DPRI/1/1634/M6/3   16 June 1634
inventory, actual total £38 2s 2d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £11 12s)
DPRI/1/1634/M7
Phillis MOWRY, of Longnewton (Long Newton) [Longnewton, County Durham]; also spelt Mowrie, Moorie
DPRI/1/1634/M7/1   22 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/M7/2   17 October 1633
inventory, actual total £14 11s 8d (with account of her tuition and funeral expenses of £1 6s 8d)
dated 17 Oct 1633 [?recte 1634]
DPRI/1/1634/N1
John NEWTON, of Manfeild [Manfield, Yorkshire]
DPRI/1/1634/N1/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1634/N1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £6 13s 4d
dated, 2 Mar [?1635]
DPRI/1/1634/N2
Oswould NIXON, master and mariner, of parish (chapelry) of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne, a burgage without the walls and within the libertyes [of Newcastle] in a streete there called Sandgate [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Nickson
DPRI/1/1634/N2/1-2   25 October 1634
copy will
subscribed with 13 Dec 1635 memorandum relating that the original will was delivered to Edward Nixon, sole heir, for use as evidence of title
DPRI/1/1634/N2/3-7   3 November 1634
inventory, actual total £806 18s 1d
DPRI/1/1634/O1
Raph OLIVER, of Claxton of the parish of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Raiph, Olyver, Olliver, Olivant
DPRI/1/1634/O1/1-2   17 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/O1/3-4   5 March 1634
inventory, actual total £134 12s 2d (with account of debts of £19 16s)
DPRI/1/1634/O2
John OSWOLD, the younger, gentleman, of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Oswald, Oswolde
DPRI/1/1634/O2/1   2 May 1633
nuncupative will or codicil
described as a codicil by the probate office on the dorse of the inventory; subscribed with (undated) memorandum relating to the introduction of the will in an unidentified cause (see DPRI/1/1634/O2/2)
DPRI/1/1634/O2/2   18 October 1634
commission
with deposition, undated
with memorandum, undated
(1) commission to William Richardson, vicar of Coniscliffe, and Robert Hope, curate of Darlington, to administer an oath and grant administration to Alice Oswald, relict, and also to administer an oath to and to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Richardson, 21 Oct 1634; (2) deposition of Henry Oswolde; (3) undated memorandum of an allegation of Bulmer Prescot and Alice Thornwell, [legatees], alledging the testator was capable of making a will, [relating to a cause to prove the will]
DPRI/1/1634/O3
Thomas OTWAY, of Preston in the parish of Tynemouth (Tynmouth) in the county of Northumberland [Preston, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/O3/1   17 November 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/O3/2   4 December 1634
inventory, actual total £293 11s
DPRI/1/1634/P1
George PATTESON, of Bowles in Wolsinghame (Woolsingham) parish [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Georg, Pattison
DPRI/1/1634/P1/1   14 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/P1/2   30 December 1634
inventory, actual total £52 7s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 7s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/P2
John PATTYSON, of Ruckhope, parish of Stanhope [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Pattison
DPRI/1/1634/P2/1   undated
nuncupative will
dated, 25 Dec [?1633]
DPRI/1/1634/P2/2   21 August 1634
inventory, actual total £24 7s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 10s)
DPRI/1/1634/P3
John PEARSON, of chapplerie of Earsdenn [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Pearsonn
DPRI/1/1634/P3/1-2   undated
account
account of Margaret Pearson, relict; discharge includes the funeral expenses of Elizabeth Pearson, daughter
DPRI/1/1634/P4   27 August 1634
Dorithie PROCTOR, spinster, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Procter. Died 24 June 1634
DPRI/1/1634/P4/1-2   4 June 1634
will
Probate decreed granted to Isabell Proctor, sister and sole executrix. Endorsed: examined at the time of the visitation by Thompson, 27 Aug 1634
DPRI/1/1634/P4/3-4   9 July 1634
inventory, actual total £506 5s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 8s)
DPRI/1/1634/R1
Christopher RAINE, of Barnard Castle in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/R1/1   20 December 1633
indented inventory
subscribed with 26 Apr 1634 memorandum relating that, a deed of gift having been exhibited to the [Durham] Chancellor, a grant of administration was delayed until an administration fee has been paid
DPRI/1/1634/R2   25 August 1634
Ann RAND, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/R2/1   21 June 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/R2/2-3   20 August 1634
indented inventory, actual total £131 3s 5d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 10s)
DPRI/1/1634/R2/4   23 August 1634
commission
commission to Yeldard Alvey B.D., vicar of Newcastle, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Milburne, Mary Rand and Elizabeth Watson, [daughters and] co-executors, and also to administer an oath to and to examine the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Alvey, 25 Aug 1634
DPRI/1/1634/R3
Edward RAND, the elder, master and mariner, of Gateshead within the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/R3/1   13 February 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/R4
Nicholas RAYNE, gentleman, of cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Raine
DPRI/1/1634/R4/1-2   1 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1634/R4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £7 16s 2d
DPRI/1/1634/R5
Christopher RIPPON, of Pearchbridge (Pearsbrigg), parish of Gainford [Piercebridge, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/R5/1   25 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/R5/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £11 12s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 10s)
administration granted to William Wilson, husband of Mary Wilson, daughter
DPRI/1/1634/R6
George RIPPON, of chappelrye of Witton upon Weare (Weere) in the countye of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Georg
DPRI/1/1634/R6/1-2   2 August 1634
nuncupative will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 258

DPRI/1/1634/R6/3   26 August 1634
inventory, actual total £28 5s 8d
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 258

DPRI/1/1634/R7
Thomas ROGERSON, tanner, of Gatesid (Goatside, Gateside) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/R7/1   12 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/R7/2-3   6 March 1624
inventory, actual total £62 8s 7d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £23 8s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/S1
Margaret SELBY, widow, of the north side of Marigate, Barwick (Barwicke) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/S1/1   24 September 1634
will
endorsed with inventory of items 'laid by' certain persons, and not certainly relating to the deceased or her will
DPRI/1/1634/S1/3-6   7 October 1634
inventory, actual total £44 19s
DPRI/1/1634/S1/2   undated
account, actual total £44 19s (with discharge of £53 16s 9d)
DPRI/1/1634/S2
Isabell SHADFOORTH, widow, of Tunstall (Tunstell, Tunsstell) in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Shadforth
DPRI/1/1634/S2/1-2   29 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/S2/3-4   12 January 1635
inventory, actual total £612 4s
inventory of goods etc. at Eppleton Feilde House
DPRI/1/1634/S3
William SHAFTOE, gentleman, of Thornley in the parish of Riton [Ryton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/S3/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/S4
Matthew SHEELE, alias Shevill, cordwainer, of chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Mathew, Sheile, Sheel, Sheeles
DPRI/1/1634/S4/1-2   1 May 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/S4/3-4   29 April 1634
indented inventory, actual total £76 12s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £32 11s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/S4/6   2 March 1635
allegation
allegation of Thomas Robinson, sole executor and cousin, introducing the will
DPRI/1/1634/S4/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of [?Isabell] Brough, cousin, to the witnesses
DPRI/1/1634/S5
Henry SHEVELL, skinner, glover, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Shevill
DPRI/1/1634/S5/1   7 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/S5/2-3   10 December 1634
indented inventory, actual total £87 3s 2d
DPRI/1/1634/S6
William SLEAD, mariner, Harwich in the county of Essex, North Sheels (Sheeles) within the parishe of Tynmouth [Harwich, Essex; North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Sleade
DPRI/1/1634/S6/1   2 June 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/S6/2   21 July 1634
inventory, actual total £51 5s
DPRI/1/1634/S7
James STORIE, yeoman, Horton within the countie of Northumberland, Morpeth [Horton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/S7/1   22 October 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/S7/2   2 December 1633
inventory, actual total £38 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1634/S8
Robert STORY, yeoman, of the Sheeleffeild House in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Storie
DPRI/1/1634/S8/1   30 March 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/S8/2-3   21 October 1634
indented inventory, actual total £76 5s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 16s 6d)
DPRI/1/1634/T1
Raph TALER, tanner, of Crosgate in the suburbs of the cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Tailor
DPRI/1/1634/T1/1-2   30 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/T2
Mathew THOMPSON, of Houghton in the Spring [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Tomson
DPRI/1/1634/T2/1   23 May 1629
will
DPRI/1/1634/T3
Simond THOMSON, husbandman, of Morton in the county of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]; also spelt Simon, Tompson, Tomson. Died 15 June 1634
DPRI/1/1634/T3/1-2   23 May 1634
will
administration granted to Jane Thomson, relict, during the minority of John Thomson, son and executor; the tuition of John, Simon and Isabel Thomson was also granted to Jane Thomson
DPRI/1/1634/T3/3-4   19 June 1634
inventory, actual total £58 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1634/T4
Laurence TINCKLER, yeoman, of Middleton (Midleton) in Teasdale in the county of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/T4/1   27 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/T4/2   6 May 1634
indented inventory, actual total £89 3s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 8s 3d)
DPRI/1/1634/T5
George TUGGELL, tanner, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Tughill
DPRI/1/1634/T5/1   1 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/T5/2-4   16 April 1634
indented inventory, actual total £147 6s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £31 17s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/U1
George URWIN, of Stannington [Stannington, Northumberland]; also spelt Georg, Urwen
DPRI/1/1634/U1/1-2   5 September 1633
will
DPRI/1/1634/U1/3   undated
inventory, actual total £17 17s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 17s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/W1
George WALTON, alderman [of Durham], mercer, alderman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1634/W1/1-2   15 April 1634
copy will
with receipt for the original will, 2 February 1653
will, subscribed with receipt for the original will delivered to Elizabeth Bellamy of Durham, widow, for use as evidence in a common law trial and a 'special verdict' in London in the same Hilary term, to be returned to Durham Registry by 10 Mar 1653
DPRI/1/1634/W2
John WALTON, of Nattras (Natteras) in Aldston (Alstone) More [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/W2/1-2   22 August 1634
will
with inventory, 10 September 1634, actual total £60 5s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £3)
Will, endorsed with contemporaneous list of debts owed to the testator (£76 18s 8d) and preliminary inventory of goods etc. (£20 10s). The inventory actual total does not include the goods etc. and debts listed at the time of the making of the will.
DPRI/1/1634/W3
Raiph WANLASSE, pavior, of parish of St Nicholas, Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Ralfe, Wanlis, Ralph
DPRI/1/1634/W3/1   undated
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1634/W3/2   16 October 1634
inventory, actual total £5 7s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 12s 11d)
DPRI/1/1634/W4
James WAPPS, yeoman, of Stockton in the countye of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Wappes
DPRI/1/1634/W4/1-2   1 August 1634
will
tuition of Mark and Thomas Wapps (co-executors) and Richard, Jane, Mary, Isabell, Katherine, Elizabeth and Ann Wapps, (nine) children, granted to Margaret Wapps, relict and co-executor
DPRI/1/1634/W4/3-4   29 August 1634
inventory, actual total £361 14s 4d (with account of debts of £2 8s 8d)
DPRI/1/1634/W5
Mathie WATSON, yeoman, of Billingham in the countie of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Mathew
DPRI/1/1634/W5/1   2 September 1633
will
with list of debts owed to (£15 0s 8d) and owed by (8s) the testator
DPRI/1/1634/W5/2   14 December 1633
inventory, actual total £31 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1634/W6
Thomas WATSON, gentleman, of Chibburne [Widdrington, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/W6/1   21 January 1633
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/W7
William WATSONN, of parish of Balmbrough (Bambrough) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/W7/1-2   20 May 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1634/W8
John WHITFEILD, gentleman, of Randelholme within the parish Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1634/W8/1-2   17 January 1635
will
with inventory, 26 April 1634, actual total £135 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £124 10s 5d
DPRI/1/1634/W9
William WHYTE, gentleman, of Elvett nigh the cittie of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt White
DPRI/1/1634/W9/1-2   6 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1634/W9/3   21 February 1634
inventory, actual total £47 12s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1634/W10
Roger WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of Colwell in the county of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Widdringeton
DPRI/1/1634/W10/1-2   27 August 1633
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 250-251

DPRI/1/1634/W10/3   undated
schedule of legacies
Two schedules of legacies given by the testator to various individuals and also to the servants at Cartington. [Cartington Castle was the property of Roger Widdrington esquire, a supervisor of the will.]
DPRI/1/1634/W10/4   23 May 1634
inventory, actual total £469 18s 1d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £574 16s 4d)
DPRI/1/1634/W11
Beniamin WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of the Hirst in the county of Northumberlande [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Beniamen, Woodrington, Wooddrington
parish uncertain
DPRI/1/1634/W11/3-8   undated
inventory
Dated, 9 Oct. Administration granted to Edward Lawson for the use of Katherine Widdrington, relict, and John, Ursula, Katherine, Dorothy and Mary Widdrington, children
DPRI/1/1634/W11/1-2   undated
account, actual total £724 14s 8d (with discharge of £201 2s 4d)
account of Edward Lawson gentleman; charge in the actual total includes £44 19s of debts not yet received
DPRI/1/1634/W12   15 May 1634
William WOODROOFF, yeoman, of Wolveston in [the county of] Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Woodroffe
DPRI/1/1634/W12/1   25 January 1634
will
Will, with list of debts owed to the testator of £4 15s 8d; subscribed with memorandum relating that John Woodrooff, son and sole executor, elected his mother Anne Woodrooff, relict, as his curator. Endorsed: proved, 15 May 1634
DPRI/1/1634/W12/2   9 April 1634
inventory, actual total £98 10s 10d
Wills etc proved 1635
Reference: DPRI/1/1635
DPRI/1/1635/A1
John ADAMSON, weaver, of Bishop Aukland (Awckland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/A1/1-2   18 February 1636
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £22 10s
DPRI/1/1635/A1/3   25 February 1636
inventory, actual total £120 3s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/A1
Richard ALDER, gentleman, of Alnwick (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/A1/1-2   25 July 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/A2   20 February 1636
Henry ALLIN, of Tweedmouth in the county pallattin of Durham [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Alin, Allam
DPRI/1/1635/A2/1   12 June 1635
will
probate granted at Berwick to Marrian Allin, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of Thorne Allin, son, 20 Feb [1636]
DPRI/1/1635/A2/2   20 February 1636
inventory, actual total £48 0s 2d
DPRI/1/1635/A3
John ANDERSON, the elder, of West Newton in the parish of Kyrk Newton [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Andersonn
DPRI/1/1635/A3/1   12 April 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/A3/2   5 May 1635
inventory, actual total £6 13s 4d (with account of debts of £2 13s)
DPRI/1/1635/A4
George ARCHBALD, the younger, of Cornehill (Cornell) [Cornhill, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/A4/1-2   23 May 1635
will
with list of debts owed to (£22 1s 9d) and owed by (£2 15s) the testator; subscribed with contemporaneous quitclaim of Isabell Archbald, wife, assigning her future claim of her thirds out of Harperigg to her son Gilbert Archbald
DPRI/1/1635/A4/3   27 May 1635
inventory, actual total £30 7s
DPRI/1/1635/A5
Clement ARMORER, of Alnewicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/A5/1-2   16 August 1632
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/A5/3-4   undated
account, actual total £275 12s 8d (with discharge of £338 6s 10d)
account of Alexander Armorer
DPRI/1/1635/A6   8 May 1635
Hendry ARMORER, of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Henry. Died 30 August 1619
No address given: testator requests to be buried at Belford, and owned a house at Berwick. Address drawn from DPRI/4/14 f.87: probate granted to George Armorer, executor, 8 May 1635.
DPRI/1/1635/A6/1-2   30 August 1619
will
DPRI/1/1635/A6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £21 12s
DPRI/1/1635/A7
Issobell ATCHISON, of parish of Wooller [Wooler, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/A7/1-2   24 December 1634
will
with list of debts owed by (£8 7s 6d) and owed to (£6 17s 7d) the testator
DPRI/1/1635/A8
John ATCINSON, of Urpeth within the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Atchinson, Atkinson
DPRI/1/1635/A8/1-2   27 September 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/A8/3   21 October 1635
inventory, actual total £48 10s (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £4 7s 4d)
DPRI/1/1635/B1
Ellinor BATMANSON, widow, of Framwellgaite (Framwell Gate, Framwelgate) within the suburbs of the citty of Durham in the countye of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Batmeson
DPRI/1/1635/B1/1   22 August 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/B1/2-7   15 October 1635
inventory, actual total £78 8s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 16s 9d)
DPRI/1/1635/B2
Thomas BELL, of chappellry of Kiloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]
Thomas Bell died of drowning.
DPRI/1/1635/B2/1   undated
account
account of Robert Bell, son
DPRI/1/1635/B3
Adam BLAKESTON, of Olde (Old) Burden [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Blakiston
DPRI/1/1635/B3/1   3 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/B3/2   16 June 1635
inventory, actual total £58 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/B4
Francis BLAKISTON, of Barmston [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Frances, Blaikston
DPRI/1/1635/B4/1-2   26 August 1624
will
DPRI/1/1635/B5
Raiphe BLAKISTON, gentleman, of Seaton in the parish of Seaham in the county of Durham [Seaham, County Durham]; also spelt Raife, Blakeston
DPRI/1/1635/B5/1   25 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/B6
Roberte BOWES, of South Biddicke (Biddick) [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/B6/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/B7
William BOWSER, yeoman, of Bishops Auckland (Awkland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Willyam, Bowsre
DPRI/1/1635/B7/1   11 October 1635
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1635/B7/2   undated
inventory of debts owed to the testator, actual total £134 9s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/B8
John BRANDLING, gentleman, esquire, of Felling (Fellinge) of the parish of Jarroe and countie of Durham [Felling, County Durham]; also spelt Brandlinge
DPRI/1/1635/B8/1   17 October 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/B8/2-7   2 November 1635
inventory, actual total £828 4s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £251 19s 4d)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 264

DPRI/1/1635/B9
George BURGOIGNE, junior, alderman of Sunderland, alderman, of Sunderland, Bishop Wermouth [Sunderland, County Durham]. Died 26 May 1635
DPRI/1/1635/B9/1-2   15 June 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/B10
Richard BUTLER, gentleman, of Oldacres (Ouldacres) in the countie of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
Butler was 'slayne and murthered nigh unto Shinckley Bridge', 8 Nov 1634
DPRI/1/1635/B10/1   3 June 1635
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1635/C1
Thomas CALDWELL, gentleman, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/C1/1-2   6 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1635/C1/3   1 April 1635
inventory, actual total £130 4s 5d
DPRI/1/1635/C2
Raphe CARR, merchant, [merchant adventurer], of nere the Cale Crosse in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Ralph, Car
DPRI/1/1635/C2/1   30 December 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/C2/2-9   26 January 1635
inventory, actual total £2,083 1s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1,633 3s 8d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1635/C3
Eallener CHAPMAN, spinster, of Marwood Park (Parke) Wall in the chapelry (parishe) of Barnard Castle [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/C3/1   1 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/C3/2   undated
inventory, actual total £54 10s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/C4
Edward CHARLETON, of the Lee (Le) Hall within the countye of Northumberland, Bellengham [Bellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Charlton
DPRI/1/1635/C4/1   23 March 1632
draft nuncuptive will
will amended from first to third person, and probably dated in the New Style (see DPRI/1/1635/C4/2): ?draft nuncuptive will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 240

DPRI/1/1635/C4/2-3   23 March 1632
nuncupative will
date differs to that recorded in draft will (DPRI/1/1635/C4/1): probably dated in the (English) Old Style
DPRI/1/1635/C4/4   undated
inventory, actual total £13 18s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/C5
Robert CHILTON, of Eastrainton (East Rainton, Renton) [East Rainton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/C5/1   undated
will
dated 23 Dec
DPRI/1/1635/C5/2   undated
copy will
dated 23 Dec
DPRI/1/1635/C5/3   undated
inventory, actual total £104 3s
dated 17 Feb [?1636]
DPRI/1/1635/C5/4   undated
copy inventory, actual total £104 3s
dated 17 Feb [?1636]
DPRI/1/1635/C6
Edward CLAVERING, gentleman, of Tilmouth within the libertie of Norham and countie pallantine of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/C6/1-2   31 July 1635
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 263

DPRI/1/1635/C6/3-4   17 October 1635
inventory, actual total £407 16s
DPRI/1/1635/C7
Willyam CLAVERING, gentleman, of parish of Gaitside (Gaiteshead, Gatshead) within the county pallintine of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt William, Claveringe
DPRI/1/1635/C7/1   24 February 1636
will
dated 18 Feb 1636 at head and 24 Feb 1636 at foot
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 267

DPRI/1/1635/C7/2   17 March 1636
inventory, actual total £417 13s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £118)
DPRI/1/1635/C8
Ambros COATES, apothecary, grocer, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne and of the parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Ambrose, Cootes, Cotes
DPRI/1/1635/C8/1   27 April 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/C8/3   25 June 1635
inventory, actual total £341 12s 1d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1635/C8/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1635/C9
Custance COLLING, of Longnewton [Longnewton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/C9/1   2 March 1636
will
endorsed with (undated) memorandum of the testatrix
DPRI/1/1635/C9/2   undated
inventory, actual total £64 10s
dated, 3 Jan [?1636]
DPRI/1/1635/C10
Thomas COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Great Ryle in the county of Northumberland, parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/C10/1-2   13 January 1636
inventory
administration granted at Wooler to Henry Collingwood, eldest son, for the use of Ellen Collingwood, relict, and Robert, John and Thomas Collingwood, children, 18 Feb [1636]
DPRI/1/1635/C11
Christofer COOKE, of Greate Whittington within the parish (chapelrie) of Halton [Halton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/C11/1   1 May 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/C11/2   20 January 1636
inventory, actual total £41 6s 10d (with account of funeral expenses of £1 16s)
DPRI/1/1635/C12
William CRAGGES, smith, of Brafferton in the parishe of Aycliffe in the countie of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/C12/1-2   27 July 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/C12/3   24 September 1635
inventory, actual total £62 3s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 1s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/C13
John CURRY, senior, of towne and brough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/C13/1   16 October 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/C13/2   undated
inventory, actual total £4 1s
DPRI/1/1635/C14
John CUTTER, of Ogle [Whalton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/C14/1   30 January 1635
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £4 15s
DPRI/1/1635/C14/2   31 March 1635
inventory, actual total £10 10s (with account of debts, legacies and funeral charges of £9 14s 6d)
DPRI/1/1635/D2
Humfrey DARNETON, yeoman, of Wharrington (Wharrinton, Wharington) in the county of Durham, parish of Kelloe [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]; also spelt Humphreay, Darnton
DPRI/1/1635/D2/1   1 February 1636
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1635/D2/2   2 March 1636
inventory, actual total £505 16s 9d (with account of debts of £39 12s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/D1
Robart DAY, cordwainer, of Gatesid (Gateshead) in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Robert, Daie
DPRI/1/1635/D1/1   30 August 1632
will
DPRI/1/1635/D1/2   10 August 1635
inventory, actual total £23 16s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 4s 4d)
DPRI/1/1635/D3
John DEANES, yeoman, of Barwick (Barwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/D3/1-2   3 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/D3/3   15 March 1635
inventory, actual total £9 5s 4d (with account of funeral charges of £1 18s)
DPRI/1/1635/D4
William DOWTHWAITE, the elder, yeoman, of Branspeth (Brancepeth, Brancpeth) in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/D4/1   19 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/D4/2-3   9 April 1635
inventory, actual total £141 15s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/E1
George EASTERBYE, yeoman, of Hesleden Hall in the county of Durham in the parish of Moncke Hesleton [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Easterby, Easterbie
DPRI/1/1635/E1/3-4   3 September 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/E1/1-2   6 October 1635
account
account of Margarett Easterby, relict
DPRI/1/1635/E2
John EDENN, esquire, of West Awckland of the countie of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Eden
DPRI/1/1635/E2/1-2   undated
account
account of Gascoygne Edenn, executor: the discharge includes a potential (joint) liability with John Peacock and others of £1,000 'for and concerning the goale at Durham' [?Bridewell]
DPRI/1/1635/E3
John EMMERSON, yeoman, of Cockesclose (Cocksclose, Cockslose) within the county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]; also spelt Emerson
see Act Book DPRI/4/14
DPRI/1/1635/E3/1-2   19 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/E3/3-4   14 April 1635
inventory, actual total £221 16s 7d
DPRI/1/1635/E4
Ellinor ENGLISHE, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt English
DPRI/1/1635/E4/1   3 November 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/E4/2   12 November 1635
indented inventory, actual total £9 12s 6d (with account of legacy of £9)
DPRI/1/1635/E5
Thomas ERRINGTON, yeoman, of Benwell in the countie of Northumberland [Benwell, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/E5/1   24 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1635/E5/2   19 November 1635
inventory, actual total £129 18s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 0s 6d)
DPRI/1/1635/E6
Thomas EWBANK, yeoman, of Woodhorne (Woddhorne) in the countie of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Ewbanke
DPRI/1/1635/E6/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1635/E6/3   2 January 1635
inventory, actual total £51 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/F1
Randle FENWICKE, gentleman, of Little Harle within the parish of Whelpington [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]; also spelt Randall, Fenwick
DPRI/1/1635/F1/1   2 April 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/F1/2-4   28 August 1635
indented inventory
inventory of goods etc. remaining in Newcastle, including a bond for £182
DPRI/1/1635/F2
Cuthbert FETHERSTONEHAUGH, yeoman, Middle Black Deane within the Forrest of Wearedale, the Hotts in Wearedaill in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Fetherstonhalgh, Fatherstonhaughe
DPRI/1/1635/F2/1-2   4 June 1631
will
DPRI/1/1635/F2/3   24 July 1635
inventory, actual total £48 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 19s 9d)
DPRI/1/1635/F3
Robert FRIAR, cordwainer, of Alnwicke (Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Fryer
DPRI/1/1635/F3/1   30 November 1634
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed by (£7 17s 3d) and owed to (£1 8s) the testator
DPRI/1/1635/F3/2-3   16 January 1635
inventory, actual total £13 14s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/G1
Hugh GOFTONNE, of Benrich Hill House in the parishe of Pont Iland [Ponteland, Northumberland]; also spelt Gofton
DPRI/1/1635/G1/1-2   15 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/G1/3   23 April 1635
indented inventory, actual total £144 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/G2
Lady Dorothy GRAY, of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/G2/1-2   18 October 1623
will
Sir Francis Brandling, executor, sworn and probate granted to Edward Gray, son, 8 Nov 1635
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 169-170

DPRI/1/1635/G3
Robert GRAY, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/G3/1   15 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/G3/2-3   26 January 1635
inventory, actual total £90 3s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £15)
DPRI/1/1635/G4
Thomas GREGSON, of Morton within the parish of Dalton [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/G4/1-2   23 July 1629
will
DPRI/1/1635/G4/3-4   8 December 1635
inventory, actual total £188 0s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/G5
Richard GREINWELL, yeoman, Rowley in the chappellrye of Eshe in the county of Durham, Bywell Peter [Esh, County Durham; Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Greenwell, Grinwell
DPRI/1/1635/G5/1   3 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/G5/2   20 March 1635
inventory, actual total £230 10s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/G6
Henry GRICE, yeoman, of Bishops Auckland (Awkeland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Gryce
See DPRI/4/14: many references. See also Borthwick Institute for Archives CP.H.4692: appeal (testamentary) in consistory court, 15 July 1637.
DPRI/1/1635/G6/1-2   23 April 1631
will
DPRI/1/1635/G7
John GRINWELL, of Standlay (Stanley) [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Grenwell
parish uncertain
DPRI/1/1635/G7/1-2   13 January 1636
will
DPRI/1/1635/G7/3   25 February 1636
inventory, actual total £818 8s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £27 17s 7d)
DPRI/1/1635/H1
Cuthbert HALL, of Ingo (Ingoe) in the parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/H1/1   22 July 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/H1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £129 6s 8d (with account of legacies of £44)
dated 31 July
DPRI/1/1635/H2
John HARTE, yeoman, of Stranton in the county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Hart
DPRI/1/1635/H2/1   31 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/H2/2-3   16 April 1635
inventory, actual total £284 14s
DPRI/1/1635/H3
Richard HASWELL, blacksmith, of South Sheles in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]. Died 9 March 1635
DPRI/1/1635/H3/1-2   7 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/H3/3-4   9 April 1635
inventory, actual total £199 3s 4d (with account of debts of £212 3s 6d)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1635/H4
Thomas HEARON, of Dillston (Dilston) [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Heiron, Heron
DPRI/1/1635/H4/1-2   26 August 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/H5
Raphe HENDERSON, master and mariner, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Henryson, Henrysone
DPRI/1/1635/H5/1   9 September 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/H5/2-3   29 October 1635
indented inventory, actual total £25 0s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 16s)
DPRI/1/1635/H6
Thomas HERON, gentleman, of Crawley [Eglingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/H6/1   4 May 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/H7
George HESLRIGG, gentleman, of Sunkbanke (Sunke Banke) within the parish of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Heslerigge
DPRI/1/1635/H7/1-2   17 March 1636
inventory
with inventory of debts owed to the testator, undated, actual total £173 9s 3d
actual total has been corrected to £175 9s 3d
DPRI/1/1635/H8
Richard HICKSON, of parish of Church Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Hixon, Hicksonn
DPRI/1/1635/H8/1-2   14 May 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/H8/3   22 May 1635
inventory, actual total £493 4s 8d (with account of debts of £224 15s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/H9
Richard HODGSHON, yeoman, of Escombe in the countie of Durham [Escomb, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgson
DPRI/1/1635/H9/1   2 October 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/H9/2   7 October 1635
inventory, actual total £34 2s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £15 17s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/H10
George HUBBOCKE, the eldest, yeoman, of Greatham (Greetham) in the countie of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Hubbock
DPRI/1/1635/H10/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1635/H10/3-4   February 1635
inventory, actual total £168 14s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 2s)
DPRI/1/1635/H14
John HUCHESON, yeoman, of Preston (Prestone) in the county of Northumberland and of the parish of Tynmouth [Preston, Northumberland]; also spelt Huchesone, Hutcheson
DPRI/1/1635/H14/1-2   18 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/H14/3-4   16 April 1635
inventory, actual total £189 13s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £94 16s 7d)
DPRI/1/1635/H11
Swinhoe HUDSON, of Cheswick [Ancroft, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/H11/1   9 January 1629
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1635/H12
Jane HULL, widow, of parish of Branspeth (Brancepeth) in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/H12/1-2   3 July 1626
will
with list of debts owed to testatrix of £27 5s
DPRI/1/1635/H12/3-4   3 April 1635
inventory, actual total £32 7s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £23 3s 4d)
DPRI/1/1635/H13
Thomas HULL, of Newton Bewley [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt [Hall]
See DPRI/4/15 ff.122 (2 Nov 1641): (1) Thomas Hull (aged 19) and Philip Hull (aged 15), sons, elect Hugh Finch of Wolviston as their curator; (2) tuition of John Hull, son, granted to Robert Waller, husband of Elizabeth Waller (nee Hull), daughter; (3) cause re account of the children's portions, Hugo Finch and Robert Waller, guardians v Robert Hubbock (13 and 27 Nov 1641, ff.122v, 123). [All Thomas Hull references in DPRI/4/15 are indexed under Hall.]
DPRI/1/1635/H13/1-2   undated
account
account of William Fewler (Fuler), [father-in-law]; subscribed with adjudged allocation of portions to Thomas, Philip, John and Elizabeth Hull, children [portions not stated]
DPRI/1/1635/H13/5   undated
draft order of court
draft order of court re the children's [corrected] portions
DPRI/1/1635/H13/6   undated
copy order of court
certified copy order of court re the children's [corrected] portions: Thomas Hull, eldest son, to supplement each of his siblings' portions by 20 marks paid out of the lease if he should curtail the administrator's - his grandfather's - enjoyment of the remaining 11 years of the lease; otherwise the administrator to make such supplementary payments
DPRI/1/1635/H13/3-4   27 November 1641
account, actual total £231 17s 7d (with discharge of £32 9s 7d)
Account of Robert Hubbucke (annexed to DPRI/1/1635/H13/1-2), a co-surety with Fewler: Hubbock notes a reduction in the charge, reducing the 3 younger children's portions to £66 6s 8d each. Hubbock also seeks to recover £40 disbursed on the renewal of the lease in the name of the eldest son and 20 marks (£13 6s 8d) already paid to Elizabeth Hull, daughter, upon her marriage as a supplement to her portion and paid in the confidence that Thomas Hull the eldest son would allow the administrator - his grandfather Fewler - to enjoy full (11 years) possession of the property until Thomas Hull reached 23 years of age. The Probate Act Book DPRI/4/15 records the Hull children elected new guardians in Nov 1641 and these guardians had initiated a cause against the administrators.
DPRI/1/1635/I1
John INGLEBIE, gentleman, of the Brighowse in the countie of Northumberland [Northumberland]; also spelt Ingleby
parish unknown
DPRI/1/1635/I1/1   25 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/I1/2   30 July 1635
inventory, actual total £858 7s 6d
DPRI/1/1635/J1
Francis JACKSON, junior, yeoman, of Witton upon Weare within the county of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/J1/1-2   9 September 1635
inventory
administration granted to Margaret Jackson, widow
DPRI/1/1635/J2
Ephraim JOHNSON, yeoman, of Newbiggin [Northumberland]; also spelt Jonson
Parish uncertain, but see DPRI/4/14 f.84: proved at Morpeth. Newbiggins in Shotley, Newburn, Rothbury, Hartburn (Newbiggen), Norham and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.
DPRI/1/1635/J2/1-2   16 March 1635
will
with (undated) list of debts owed by (£11 1s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/J2/3   30 April 1635
inventory, actual total £85 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £64)
DPRI/1/1635/J3
Richard JOHNSON, curate of Hebburn, clerk, of Heborne in the county of Northumberland [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/J3/1-2   4 September 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/J3/3-4   undated
codicil
DPRI/1/1635/J4
George JORDANE, yeoman, of the Pethrowe (Petherow) of the parish of Cockfield [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Jordon, Jordan
DPRI/1/1635/J4/1-2   14 April 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/J4/3   13 January 1636
inventory, actual total £18 (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1635/K1
Thomas KITCHIN, of Suddicke [Southwick, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/K1/1-2   undated
account
account of Jane Kitchin; subscribed with allocation of Elizabeth and Jane Kitchin's portions, children
DPRI/1/1635/L2
Jennett LANGSTAFFE, widow, of Lowe Bishopley within the county of Durham and parishe of Stanhope [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/L2/1   8 July 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/L2/2   22 December 1635
inventory, actual total £110 6s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1635/L3   20 February 1636
James LANY, of Barwicke upon Tweede (Berwick upon Twead) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Lanie
DPRI/1/1635/L3/1-2   27 April 1635
will
probate granted at Berwick to the three executors, 20 Feb [1636]
DPRI/1/1635/L3/3   16 August 1635
inventory, actual total £66 12s 2d (with incomplete account of legacies and funeral expenses of £35 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/L4
George LAWSON, a singleman, though ancient, esquire, of Newton by the Sea in the parish of Embleton [Embleton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/L4/1   undated
inventory
administration granted at Morpeth to Edward Lawson gentleman, brother, 8 Feb 1636
DPRI/1/1635/L5
George LAWSON, of Peggsworth [Bothal, Northumberland]; also spelt Lawsonn
DPRI/1/1635/L5/1-2   10 April 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/L5/3   30 April 1635
inventory, actual total £127 8s
DPRI/1/1635/L6
William LEE, of Adon of the parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/L6/1   4 February 1636
will
DPRI/1/1635/L6/2   22 March 1636
inventory, actual total £33 3s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £1 18s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/L1
John LONGCASTER, of Swalwell [Swalwell, County Durham]; also spelt Langcaster, Lancaster
DPRI/1/1635/L1/1   2 January 1635
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed by (£2 11s 6d) and owed to (15s 4d) the testator; also subscribed with (later) account of funeral expenses of £3
DPRI/1/1635/L1/2   12 January 1635
inventory, actual total £18 1s 7d
DPRI/1/1635/L7
William LOWSON, mason, of cittie of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Willam
DPRI/1/1635/L7/1-2   19 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/L7/3-5   7 April 1635
inventory, actual total £56 12s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 8s 1d)
DPRI/1/1635/M1
Cuthbart MALTBE, yeoman, of Tursdaile in the countie of Durham [Kelloe, County Durham]; also spelt Maltby, Maltbee
DPRI/1/1635/M1/1   26 July 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/M1/2   8 September 1635
inventory, actual total £13 2s 2d (with account of debts and legacies of £50)
DPRI/1/1635/M2
James MATHEWE, yeoman, of Cleedon (Cledon, Cleadon) within the countye of Durham [Cleadon, County Durham]; also spelt Mathew
DPRI/1/1635/M2/1   11 October 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/M2/2-3   5 November 1635
inventory, actual total £104 4s 6d
DPRI/1/1635/M3
Richard MAWER, yeoman, of Busshopton with the county of Durrham [Bishopton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/M3/1-2   4 October 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/M3/3-4   13 October 1635
inventory, actual total £126
DPRI/1/1635/M4
John MEILBANKE, merchant, of towne of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Milbanck, Mealbancke
DPRI/1/1635/M4/3-6   24 December 1634
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1635/M4/1-2   undated
account
account of Jane Mealbancke, relict
DPRI/1/1635/M5
John MENSFORTH, yeoman, of Wolveston in the countie of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/M5/1   23 April 1630
will
probate granted to Margaret Mensforth, relict, and John Mensforth, son, co-executors; tuition of Margaret and Marie Mensforth, daughters, granted to Margaret Mensforth, relict
DPRI/1/1635/M5/2   4 May 1630
inventory, actual total £59 9s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/M6
Wynefride MIDLETON, wife of George Midleton of Barnard Castle esquire, esquire, widow, of Barnard (Bernard) Castle [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Wynifride, Midletonn
DPRI/1/1635/M6/1-2   26 April 1631
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 232-235

DPRI/1/1635/M8
Thomas MILLER, skinner, glover, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mylner, Milner
DPRI/1/1635/M8/1   18 December 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/M8/2-3   19 January 1636
inventory, actual total £75 17s 3d (with account of funeral expenses of £10 9s 4d)
DPRI/1/1635/M7
Ann MYLLS, of parish of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Mills
DPRI/1/1635/M7/1-2   25 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/M7/3   3 July 1635
indented inventory, actual total £119 18s
exhibited, 14 July 1635
DPRI/1/1635/N1
William NEWBY, of Little Haswell in the parish of Easington [Easington, County Durham]. Died 13 June 1635
DPRI/1/1635/N1/1-2   16 June 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/O1   October 1635
John OGLE, esquire, of Cawsey Parke in chappelry of Hebburne [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f.108v: Oct 1635
DPRI/1/1635/O1/1   27 September 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/O1/2-3   2 October 1635
inventory, actual total £240 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/O2
Edward OLIVER, yeoman, of Parkshaughe of the parish of Symondburne (Symondburn) within the county of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/O2/1   19 August 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/O2/2   12 September 1635
inventory, actual total £26 19s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 12s)
DPRI/1/1635/O3
Ann ORDE, widow, of Barwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Ord, Ourd
DPRI/1/1635/O3/1-2   10 July 1634
will
will, with schedule of legacies and a list of debts owed to the testatrix of £158 2s; subscribed with memorandum relating that two of the co-executors renounced, 9 May 1635
DPRI/1/1635/O3/3-4   16 November 1634
inventory, actual total £20 2s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/O4
Thomas ORDE, gentleman, of Orde in the county pallatine of Durham [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Ord
DPRI/1/1635/O4/1-2   12 October 1634
copy will
copy will, with marginal notes noting related developments subsequent to the death of the testator; endorsed with (council's) instructions to a Mr Ord and which also refer to a cause relating to the will of a Christopher Ord
DPRI/1/1635/O4/3-6   undated
inventory, actual total £228 15s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £110 11s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/O5
Bartrum OURDE, of Ufferton in the parrish of Houghton in the Spring [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]. Died 1 May 1635
DPRI/1/1635/O5/1   27 April 1635
will
with list of debts owed to (£6 12s 10d) and owed by (£41 8 11d) the testator; subscribed with memorandum refering to an allegation of Robert Dobson, executor, relating to a cause involving Dobson and George Ourd
DPRI/1/1635/O5/2   undated
inventory, actual total £231 9s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £7 9s 4d)
endorsed: proved, 1635
DPRI/1/1635/O5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1635/P1
Thomas PAGE, of parishe of Bishop Wermouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Paige
DPRI/1/1635/P1/1-2   28 May 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/P1/3-4   10 July 1635
inventory, actual total £69 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/P2
Thomas PALFREY, barber-surgeon, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Palfray
DPRI/1/1635/P2/1-3   6 February 1635
indented inventory, actual total £35 12s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 4s 10d)
administration granted by commission [at Gateshead] to Jane Palfray, relict for the use of John and Rebecca Palfray, children, 21 Mar 1636
DPRI/1/1635/P2/4-5   28 March 1635
account
account of Jane Palfray
DPRI/1/1635/P3
Williame PAYMANT, of Barwick (Berwicke) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt William, Payman, Willyam, Payment
DPRI/1/1635/P3/1-2   1 February 1635
will
with codicil, 6 February 1635
with (6 Feb 1635) list of debts owed to (£2 1s 6d) and owed by (£2 15s) the testator; probate granted at Berwick to John Dodds, son-in-law and executor, 20 Feb [?1636]
DPRI/1/1635/P3/3   15 February 1636
inventory, actual total £3 4s 9d
DPRI/1/1635/P4
Roger PEARETH, shipwright, of Gateside (Gateshead) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Pearith
DPRI/1/1635/P4/1-5   7 January 1636
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1635/P5
Michael PESCOD, of Nether Wardon in the parish of Wardon [Warden, Northumberland]; also spelt Pescodd
DPRI/1/1635/P5/1   15 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/P5/2   undated
inventory, actual total £33 12s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/P6   21 July 1635
Robert PLEASANCE, esquire, of South Baieley in the cittie of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/P6/1-2   13 May 1635
nuncupative will
[probate granted to] Toby Ewbancke, executor, 21 July 1635
DPRI/1/1635/P6/3-4   13 July 1635
inventory, actual total £1,138 19s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £422 3s 8d)
inventory of goods etc. and debts (£803 6s 2d) and desperate debts (£335 13s 4d); exhibited by Jane Pleasanc[e], relict and executrix
DPRI/1/1635/P7
Edward PORTER, clerk, of Ulgham (Ulphum) in the county of Northumberland [Ulgham, Northumberland]; also spelt Portar
DPRI/1/1635/P7/1   1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/P7/2   25 June 1635
inventory, actual total £56 14s
DPRI/1/1635/P8
Robert POTT, of the Hallistone [Holystone, Northumberland]; also spelt Roberte, Potts
Pott made his will at Gateshead just prior to a voyage overseas 'and to take his fortune in travell'
DPRI/1/1635/P8/1   June 1626
nuncupative will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 196

DPRI/1/1635/P8/2   undated
inventory, actual total £33 9s
DPRI/1/1635/P9
Elias PRASS, the elder, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of the brough of Barwick (Barwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/P9/1-2   17 August 1633
will
with memorandum, 17 August 1633
will, subscribed with contemporaneous memorandum relating to the will of Thomas Fenwick of Berwick and his executor's later promise to supplement Fenwick's elder son's portion (see DPRI/1/1628/F3)
DPRI/1/1635/P9/3   undated
inventory, actual total £95 2s 6d
DPRI/1/1635/P10
Maurice PRESCOTT, of Sunderland by the Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/P10/1-2   14 November 1635
account
account of Margerie Prescott, widow
DPRI/1/1635/R2
Margaret RAWLINSON, of Headlam in the countie of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/R2/1   20 December 1633
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 252-253

DPRI/1/1635/R2/2   20 February 1635
inventory, actual total £529 1s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/R1
Lancelote RAYNE, miller, of chappelrie of St Johns in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Lancelott, Raine
DPRI/1/1635/R1/3   1 December 1634
inventory
administration granted to Jane Raine, widow, to whom was also granted the tuition of five named children
DPRI/1/1635/R1/1-2   13 May 1635
account, actual total £191 10s 8d (with discharge of £47 7s 1d)
account of Jane Rayne, relict
DPRI/1/1635/R3
John READE, yeoman, of Benwell in the countye of Northumberland [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Read
DPRI/1/1635/R3/1   30 December 1634
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/R4
Bartram REAVELY, of Underwood [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Reaveley, Barthram, Reveley
DPRI/1/1635/R4/1-2   undated
account
Account of Dines [Dionisia] Reaveley, sister and sole executrix; while Dines Reavely was a minor, her brother's estate was administered by their father, George Reavely. Subscribed with memorandum relating that a civil Durham Chancery suit was in process relating to the deceased's estate's claim on the portions of the tithes of Ancroft and Allerden [?Allerton].
DPRI/1/1635/R5
Issabell RICHERDSON, widow, of Burdon in the county of Durham, Bishop Wermouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Richardson
DPRI/1/1635/R5/1-2   5 January 1636
will
DPRI/1/1635/R5/3-4   4 March 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/R6
Robert RIDDELL, draper, of parishe of St Nicholas within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/R6/1   17 March 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/R7
William RIDLEY, yeoman, of Beltingham in the parish of Haltwisle [Beltingham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/R7/1-2   9 June 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/R8
John ROBENSON, day-labourer, of Lesburie in the countie of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Robinson
DPRI/1/1635/R8/1-2   11 December 1635
will
probate granted to Patrick Mackilwyan, executor
DPRI/1/1635/R8/3-4   11 December 1635
inventory, actual total £4 7s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of 11s)
inventory of goods etc. valued by the testator himself; funeral expenses etc. (undated)
DPRI/1/1635/R9
Lyonell ROBINSON, tanner, of Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/R9/1-2   11 September 1635
will
endorsed with list of debts owed to the testator of £35 19s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/R9/3-4   19 September 1635
inventory, actual total £15 14s 5d
DPRI/1/1635/R10
William ROBINSON, yeoman, of Newton (Newtown) within the lordshipp of Bywell (parish of Bywell Peter) and county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Robinsonne
DPRI/1/1635/R10/1   25 May 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/R10/2   26 June 1634
indented inventory, actual total £71 16s
DPRI/1/1635/R11   17 February 1636
John ROTCHESTER, yeoman, of Whalton within the county of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/R11/1   1 January 1636
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Richard Cooke, to whom was also granted the tuition of George Rotchester executor and Bartrum Rotchester, sons, 17 Feb 1636
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 265-266

DPRI/1/1635/R11/2   14 January 1636
inventory, actual total £50 18s 8d (with account of debts of £10 8s 3d)
DPRI/1/1635/S1
John SCOTT, merchant, of Alnewicke (Alnwicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/S1/1   24 July 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/S1/2-3   28 September 1634
inventory, actual total £282 0s 2d
DPRI/1/1635/S2
John SELBY, gentleman, of Grindon [Grindon, County Durham]
parish uncertain: may be Grindon, Bishopwearmouth
DPRI/1/1635/S2/1   1 February 1636
inventory
endorsed: no [probate] act; no bond
DPRI/1/1635/S3
John SHAFTOE, tenant of Arther Shaftoe of Swalwell, miller, of Swalwell within the parish of Whickham [Swalwell, County Durham]. Died 13 January 1635
DPRI/1/1635/S3/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/S4
John SHEPHERD, husbandman, of Wolveston [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Shipperd
DPRI/1/1635/S4/1-2   26 February 1635
will
andorsed with (undated) list of debts owed to the testator of £85 14s 2d
DPRI/1/1635/S4/3   3 April 1635
inventory, actual total £390 2s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 6s 1d)
The appraisers refer the court to the list of debts owing to the deceased on the dorse of the will, and these have been added to the actual total above.
DPRI/1/1635/S6
George SHEPHERDSON, yeoman, of Bishopwearmouth (Bishop Wermouth) in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/S6/2-5   31 May 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/S6/1   24 June 1635
inventory, actual total £317 5s 11d (with discharge of £70 8s 3d)
account of Alice Shepherdson, relict
DPRI/1/1635/S5
Mary SHIPPERDSON, widow, of Bishop Warmoth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Shepperdson
DPRI/1/1635/S5/1   11 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/S7
George SHORT, of Orde in the parish of Tweedmouth (Tweedemouth) [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Ourd
DPRI/1/1635/S7/1   17 March 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/S7/2   17 March 1635
inventory, actual total £15 15s 8d
DPRI/1/1635/S8
John SMART, weaver, of towne and countie of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Smarte
DPRI/1/1635/S8/1   9 February 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/S8/2-4   undated
inventory, actual total £48 15s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £24 2s 8d)
dated 8 Apr
DPRI/1/1635/S9
Thomas SMARTE, weaver, of parishe of St Johnes of the towne and countye of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Smart
DPRI/1/1635/S9/1   17 November 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/S9/2   15 December 1635
inventory, actual total £11 12s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 4s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/S11
Cuthbert SMYTH, alias Wallas, yeoman, of Thornop within the parish of Knarsdale (Knairsdaill, Knaresdale, Knarsdaile) and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]; also spelt Smythe
DPRI/1/1635/S11/1-2   15 October 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/S11/3   20 November 1635
inventory, actual total £126 9s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £3 4s 6d)
DPRI/1/1635/S10
George SNOWDEN, husbandman, of Shelley in the parish of Neather Witton in the countie of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/S10/1   24 November 1635
inventory
Formerly used as a bookmark by the Durham Registry office clerks
DPRI/1/1635/S10/2   undated
unidentified fragment
Formerly used as a bookmark by the Durham Registry office clerks. Filed with DPRI/1/1635/S10/1 as the name of ... Snowden can be made out.
DPRI/1/1635/S12
Robert SPRAGON, husbandman, yeoman, of Whalton within the county of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Spraggon
DPRI/1/1635/S12/1   2 February 1635
will
Will, with list of debts owed to the testator of 13s. Dated in the New Style.
DPRI/1/1635/S12/2   16 March 1635
inventory, actual total £17 14s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/S13
German STANTON, yeoman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/S13/1   24 March 1635
copy will
DPRI/1/1635/S13/2   16 November 1635
grant of probate
probate granted to Joan Stanton, relict and sole executrix, 16 Nov 1635
DPRI/1/1635/S12/3-4   29 April 1635
indented inventory, actual total £49 6s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £33 10s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/S14   December 1634
Robert STORIE, of Sheelfeild House in the chaplerie of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/S14/1-4   undated
account
account of Robert Wallas, administrator of Robert Storie [senior] and tutor of Robert Storie [junior], son and executor; subscribed with allocation of the widow's and children's portions
DPRI/1/1635/S15
Robert SURTIS, shipwright, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Surtes
DPRI/1/1635/S15/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/S17   16 November 1635
William SWAN, vicar of Stamfordham, clerk, of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
Will is endorsed by probate office 'will and inventory', the latter is not present. See DPRI/4/14 f.112v: probate granted to Petronella Swan, relict and sole executrix, 16 Nov 1635, when an inventory over £40 was exhibited. See also DPRI/1/1635/Z1/1 which may be part of this missing inventory.
DPRI/1/1635/S17/1-2   26 September 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/S16   12 August 1635
Richard SWANN, [senior], cordwainer, of parish of St Nicholas with the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Swan
see DPRI/4/14 f.100v: probate and the tuition of Thomas Sawn, son, granted to Grace Swan, relict, 12 Aug 1635
DPRI/1/1635/S16/1-2   10 September 1634
copy will
DPRI/1/1635/S16/3-8   13 July 1635
indented inventory, actual total £309 12s 5d (with account of funeral expenses of £22 9s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/S16/9-10   7 August 1664
receipt for the bond
receipt of Edward Mathew esquire for a £1,000 bond (executed 1 Oct 1658) for redelivery of the original will, in which bond the original obligor was Thomas Swan [junior], son now deceased
DPRI/1/1635/T1
Richard TEASDAILE, of chaplerye of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/T1/1   27 April 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/T2
Robert TEASDALL, of the Coalpitts (Coalpits) [Slaley, Northumberland]; also spelt Teasdale
DPRI/1/1635/T2/1   8 April 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/T2/2   25 April 1634
inventory, actual total £32 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/T3
William TEWART, yeoman, of West Awckland (Awkland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Tewar, Tewor
DPRI/1/1635/T3/1-2   31 December 1634
will
with list of debts owed by (£90 14s 6d) and owed to (£6 1s) of the testator
DPRI/1/1635/T3/3   1 April 1635
inventory, actual total £188 3s 4d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £127 7s 10d)
DPRI/1/1635/T4
Anthony THEOBALDS, gentleman, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Theobald, Theabald
DPRI/1/1635/T4/1   13 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/T4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1635/T5
John THOMPSON, of East Hartburne of the parish of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/T5/1-2   9 April 1635
account
account of Katherin Thompson, relict; subscribed with the allocations of six children's portions
DPRI/1/1635/T6
William THOMPSON, yeoman, of Cockerton within the parishe of Darlington [Cockerton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/T6/1-2   1 May 1633
will
DPRI/1/1635/T6/3   21 May 1633
inventory, actual total £24 3s (with account of debts of £4)
DPRI/1/1635/T7
Jhone TODE, of Crookhame [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt John, Todd
DPRI/1/1635/T7/1-2   undated
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £29 14s 1d
DPRI/1/1635/T7/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £27 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1635/T8
Beatrice TRUMBLE, spinster, of Cannon Mylne within the parish of Newton in Glendale [Kirknewton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/T8/1   26 March 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1635/T8/2   undated
inventory, actual total £11 5s
DPRI/1/1635/Z1
UNKNOWN []
This (part) inventory was found with the probate records of Richard Swan (DPRI/1/1635/S16) to which it does not belong: it may be part of the (missing) inventory of William Swan of Stamfordham (DPRI/1/1635/S17).
DPRI/1/1635/Z1/1   undated
part of unidentified inventory
unvalued inventory (part)
DPRI/1/1635/U1   28 May 1635
Peter URWIN, of Stannington (Stanington) in the county of Northumberland [Stannington, Northumberland]; also spelt Urwen. Died 24 April 1635
DPRI/1/1635/U1/1-2   15 April 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/U1/3   22 April 1635
nuncupative codicil
DPRI/1/1635/U1/4   20 May 1635
inventory, actual total £87 9s
DPRI/1/1635/U1/5-6   18 May 1635
commission
commission to Henry Johnson, rector of Bothal, and John Snape, vicar of Stanington, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Elizabeth Gaire (Gayre), daughter, for the sole use of William Urwin, (youngest) son and sole executor, the tuition of whom was also granted to his sister Elizabeth Gaire; and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; commission executed by Snape, 28 May 1635
DPRI/1/1635/V1
Anthonie VASIE, gentleman, of Newlands in the countie of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/V1/1   14 April 1635
inventory
administration and tuition of Anthony, John and Mary Vasie granted to Anne Vasie, relict
DPRI/1/1635/V2   16 October 1635
Ann VEPOND, the elder, daughter of Thomas Vepond of Skides, of Skides (Skydes) within the chappellrie of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Veapont
See DPRI/4/14 (f.96) for a cause to prove the will: Ann Veapont, Mary Fawell, Jane Fawell, Cicilia and Elizabeth Fawell, co-executors v Jane Lee (Janet Leigh) widow (4 July 1635); (f.106) probate granted to Ann Veapont, co-executor, with a power reserved to the other co-executors (16 Oct 1635); (f.106v) curation of Thomas and Jane Veapont, chlidren, granted to Jane Lee (20 Oct 1635). See also DPRI/4/14 (ff.117-122v; Nov 1635-Jan 1636) for a cause of rash administration: Ann Veapont, Mary Lane, Cecilia and Elizabeth Fawell v Jane Leigh, Nicholas Leigh and John Hutchinson. For the will of Vepond's father, see - DPRI/1/1635/V3/1
DPRI/1/1635/V2/1   16 April 1635
nuncupative will
subscribed with (undated) memorandum of an allegation of Jaine Lee, grandmother, alledging that [?the testatrix was not of age to make a testament]
DPRI/1/1635/V2/2   14 April 1635
inventory, actual total £37 2s
DPRI/1/1635/V3   2 May 1635
Thomas VEPOND, of chaplerie of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Veapont
A subscription to the will indicates administration was granted to Jane Lee, grandmother of Thomas Vepond's children. Vepond had named his minor daughter Ann Vepond as executrix, but this daughter made a nuncupative will shortly after the death of her father in April 1635 (see DPRI/1/1635/V2/1). Jane Lee contested the validity of Ann Vepond's will on the grounds of her age, in which will Ann Vepond named her maternal aunts as her executors: see - DPRI/1/1635/V2/1 - DPRI/1/1635/V2/2
DPRI/1/1635/V3/1   8 April 1635
will
administration granted to Jaine Lee, grandmother of the testator's children, 2 May 1635; [the executrix having died]
DPRI/1/1635/V4
Thomas VICKERS, of parishe of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Viccarrs
DPRI/1/1635/V4/1   31 October 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/V4/2-3   27 November 1634
inventory, actual total £69 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £28 15s 5d)
DPRI/1/1635/W1
George WALKER, of Twisell [Norham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/W1/1-2   7 November 1634
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £38 8s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/W1/3   18 November 1634
inventory, actual total £22 15s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/W2
Henrye WALLAS, yeoman, of the Wood in the parishe of Knairsdaill [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/W2/1-2   1 December 1635
will
with inventory, 18 December 1635, actual total £30 3s 4d
actual total only partially legible
DPRI/1/1635/W3
John WALLIS, yeoman, of the Hillhouse within the parish of Alstonn in the countie of Comberland [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/W3/1-2   31 August 1634
nuncupative will
subscribed with: (1) (undated) memorandum relating to a cause to prove the will; (2) with receipt for the will by Walter Mennell, 9 Apr 1636
DPRI/1/1635/W4
William WALLIS, yeoman, of North Sheeles in the countie of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallas
DPRI/1/1635/W4/1   2 February 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/W5
Margaret WANLIS, wife of Ralph Wanlis, paver, widow, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Margarete, Wanles
DPRI/1/1635/W5/1-2   12 February 1635
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to (£3 9s 6d) and owed by (7s) the testatrix
DPRI/1/1635/W5/3   6 April 1635
inventory, actual total £10 17s 11d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 0s 8d)
inventory includes the funeral expenses of the deceased's child
DPRI/1/1635/W6
Charles WATSON, the younger, weaver, of Alnwicke in Clapott (Clayport in Alnwicke, parish of Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Watsonne
DPRI/1/1635/W6/1-2   8 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W6/3-4   20 July 1635
inventory, actual total £4 4s 7d
DPRI/1/1635/W7
Thomas WATSON, yeoman, of Hedleyhope in the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W7/1   1 November 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W7/2   1 December 1635
inventory, actual total £82 7s 2d (with account of debts of £23 12s 6d)
DPRI/1/1635/W8
William WATSON, weaver, of Claport, Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/W8/1   24 June 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W8/2-3   20 July 1635
inventory, actual total £13 3s 10d
DPRI/1/1635/W9
Jaine WATT, widow, of Cockefeilde (Cockfeild, Cockfield) in the countye palatine of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Jane
DPRI/1/1635/W9/1   2 May 1625
will
DPRI/1/1635/W9/2-3   14 January 1636
inventory, actual total £28 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £21 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/W10
Thomas WATT, labourer, of Sunderland nere the Sea within the countie of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W10/1   7 May 1633
will
DPRI/1/1635/W10/2   undated
inventory, actual total 17s
DPRI/1/1635/W11
Peter WELES, curate of Merrington, clerk, of Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Wells
DPRI/1/1635/W11/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1635/W12
John WELSH, yeoman, of East Rainton in the county of Durham [East Rainton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W12/1-2   29 July 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W12/3   6 August 1635
inventory, actual total £293 16s 11d
DPRI/1/1635/W13
Humphrey WHARTON, esquire, of Gilling Wood in the county of Yorke [Gilling West, Yorkshire]
DPRI/1/1635/W13/1-2   14 December 1635
copy will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 264-265

DPRI/1/1635/W14
Thomas WHITEHEAD, fisherman, of Sunderland nere the Sea in the countie of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W14/1   undated
inventory
Jane Whitehead, relict, renounced administration, and exhibited the inventory, 27 Nov 1635
DPRI/1/1635/W15
George WILKESON, of Birkensyde (Birkenside), Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]; also spelt Wilkinson
DPRI/1/1635/W15/1   1 October 1634
will
DPRI/1/1635/W15/2   21 December 1634
inventory, actual total £24 13s 10d (with account of funeral charges of 18s)
DPRI/1/1635/W16
Anthony WILKINSON, yeoman, of Munckhesleden (Monke Hesleden) in the county of Durham [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonie. Died 13 March 1635
DPRI/1/1635/W16/1-2   5 March 1635
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 260-261

DPRI/1/1635/W16/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £124 (with account of debts of £93 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1635/W17
Symond WILKINSON, yeoman, of Ridley in the parish of Haltwisle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1635/W17/1   31 May 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W17/2   9 June 1635
inventory, actual total £10 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 3s)
DPRI/1/1635/W18
Rauffe WILSON, of Cassopp within the parishe of Kelloe [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W18/1-2   undated
account
account of Barbary Pasmore, former relict and tutrix of Wilson's children; endorsed with further statement relating to a farm at Cassop gifted by the testator to his children and currently held in trust
DPRI/1/1635/W19
Thomas WILSON, yeoman, of Norton within the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W19/1   23 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W19/2   5 February 1635
inventory, actual total £109 4s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 2s)
DPRI/1/1635/W20
Nicholas WRITER, of Crosgate in the chappelrye of St Margarets within the suburbs of the cittie of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1635/W20/1-2   28 April 1635
will
DPRI/1/1635/W20/3   4 June 1635
inventory, actual total £155 14s 1d
DPRI/1/1635/Y1
Raphe YOUNG, yeoman, of Sunderland Mylne of the chappelrie of Croxdale (Croxdall) and parish of St Oswolds in the county of Durham [Croxdale, County Durham]; also spelt Raiph, Younge
DPRI/1/1635/Y1/1-2   17 March 1634
copy will
DPRI/1/1635/Y1/3   11 January 1636
inventory, actual total £4,773
endorsed: 16 Jan 1636
DPRI/1/1635/Y1/4   11 January 1636
inventory, actual total £4,773
dated in the New Style
Wills etc proved 1636
Reference: DPRI/1/1636
DPRI/1/1636/A2
John ALWAINE, yeoman, of towneshippe of Headlam (Hedlame) and in the parishe of Gainford in the countie of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Alwen, Alwine
DPRI/1/1636/A2/1-2   29 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/A2/3-4   28 April 1636
inventory, actual total £130 18s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £23 3s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/A3
Francis ANDERSON, of town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/A3/1-3   11 December 1636
inventory
with account of debts owed to/by the testator of £3 4s 1d
DPRI/1/1636/A4
Robert ATKINSON, of chappelry of St Hildes in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/A4/1-2   1 September 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/A5
Thomas ATKINSON, of Katerhouse within the chaplerie of St Margretts in Duresme [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/A5/1-2   7 May 1636
account
account of Katherine Atkinson, relict; with adjudged allocation of the three daughters' portions
DPRI/1/1636/A6
Margarett AYRE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret
DPRI/1/1636/A6/1   10 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/A6/2-3   11 April 1636
indented inventory, actual total £120 1s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £60 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/B1
William BAINBRIGG, gentleman, of Freerhowse (Freerhouse) within the Forrest of Teasdale in the county of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/B1/1-2   4 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1636/B1/3   2 November 1635
inventory, actual total £44 2s 1d
DPRI/1/1636/B2   12 October 1636
Jerrard BANKES, gentleman, of Witton Forge within the countie of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Bancks
DPRI/1/1636/B2/1   13 June 1636
inventory
administration granted to Anthony Wharton for the use of Jerrard and Jane Bankes, children, 12 Oct 1636
DPRI/1/1636/B3
Robert BARLLY, yeoman, of Grinley (Grinlawe) within the parish of Whickham and within the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Barley
DPRI/1/1636/B3/1   15 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/B3/2   18 March 1636
inventory, actual total £22 3s 3d
DPRI/1/1636/B4
Hugh BLACKETT, of Ousten (Owston) within the parish of Stonefoordham (Stannerton, Stainfordham) [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Blakett
DPRI/1/1636/B4/3-4   29 October 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/B4/1-2   undated
account, actual total £216 18s 8d (with discharge of £136 18s 8d)
account of Henry Witherington, administrator for the sole use of Francis [Frances] Blacket, relict
DPRI/1/1636/B5
Hugh BOLT, gentleman, of Bruntoft in the parishe of Elwick [Elwick Hall, County Durham]; also spelt Bolte
DPRI/1/1636/B5/1-2   undated
account, actual total £246 8s (with discharge of £50 16s)
with account, actual total £1,100 (with discharge of £644)
(1) account of James Bolt, son and executor, subscribed with allocation of the widow, executor and other children's portions [thirds]; (2) account of debts and (further) portions being deducted from the monies raised from the sale of a Dean & Chapter lease; subscribed with account of the balance of portions that were still owed to seven named children, according to the terms of the will.
DPRI/1/1636/B6
Thomas BOOTH, infant child of Abraham Booth []; also spelt Elizabeth, Booth
No address given; the late grandfather of the deceased had been resident in Newcastle. See DPRI/4/14 f.194.
DPRI/1/1636/B6/1-2   3 December 1636
account
account of Abraham Booth, father, of the administration of the estates of his children Thomas and Elizabeth Booth; subscribed with adjudged allocations of Ann Booth, sister, and also to pious uses
DPRI/1/1636/B7
Margret BOWES, of Dalton [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/B7/1   14 November 1636
inventory
administration granted to William Shepperdson for the use of James Bowes, son
DPRI/1/1636/B8
Michaell BROWNE, of parishe of All Saincts within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/B8/1-2   16 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/B9
John BUCK, the younger, tailor, of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Bucke
DPRI/1/1636/B9/1-2   27 April 1636
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed by (£54 9s) and owed to (£8 4s 7d) the testator
DPRI/1/1636/B9/3-4   30 May 1636
inventory, actual total £14 8s 10d
DPRI/1/1636/C1
John CARR, notary public, scrivener, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Carre
DPRI/1/1636/C1/1   10 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C1/2-4   1 December 1636
inventory, actual total £225 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/C2
Thomas CARR, yeoman, of Berrington within the chappelrie of Kiloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Carre
DPRI/1/1636/C2/1   14 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C2/2   18 March 1636
inventory, actual total £5 11s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 16s 2d)
DPRI/1/1636/C3
Thomas CARRETT, yeoman, of parish of St Nicholas in the cittie and countie of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/C3/1-2   13 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C3/3   8 November 1636
inventory, actual total £17 2s 2d (with account of funeral expenses of £1 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/C4
Robert CHILTON, yeoman, of Newbotle (Newbottle) of the South Row, towne and parishe of Houghton (Houghtonn) in the Springe within the county of Duresme [Newbottle, County Durham]; also spelt Chiltonn
DPRI/1/1636/C4/3   undated
will
DPRI/1/1636/C4/1-2   15 June 1635
fair copy will (signed)
DPRI/1/1636/C4/4   16 February 1636
inventory, actual total £294 15s
DPRI/1/1636/C5
Thomas CLARKE, tailor, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/C5/1-2   4 October 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/C5/3-4   31 January 1637
inventory, actual total £25 18s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £34 8s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/C6
John COLLINGEWOOD, cordwainer, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne and parish of Saint Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Collingwood
DPRI/1/1636/C6/1-2   26 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C6/3-10   6 December 1636
inventory, actual total £260 3s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £38 10s)
inventory of household and shop goods etc., including charges for the funeral expenses of John Collingwood as well as his children and his servants (?seven persons)
DPRI/1/1636/C7
Thomas COLSON, yeoman, of Witton upon Weere (Were) in the county of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/C7/1   7 November 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C7/2   26 November 1636
inventory, actual total £99 2s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £29 4s)
DPRI/1/1636/C9
Timothie COOK, draper, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cooke
DPRI/1/1636/C9/1   7 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C9/2   24 December 1636
inventory, actual total £1,902 19s 3d
DPRI/1/1636/C10
William COOKE, cordwainer, of parish of St John in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Couke, Cook
see DPRI/4/14 ff.185v, 212, 232, 233v, 243 [...]: administration for the preservation of the goods etc. first granted to Mathew Cook, also for the use of William Cook, sons and co-executors (15 Oct 1636); tuition of Thomas and Margaret Cook, children, granted to Margaret Cook, relict (24 Jan 1637); cause to prove the will, Margaret Cook, relict v Mathew and William Cook, sons and co-executors (Mar 1637 ...)
DPRI/1/1636/C10/1-2   1 September 1636
will
endorsed: not proved; administration granted
DPRI/1/1636/C10/3   1 December 1636
inventory, actual total £483 19s
exhibited, 10 Mar 1636
DPRI/1/1636/C10/6-7   undated
allegation
allegation of Margaret Cooke, relict, introducing the will and relating the incapacity of a necessary witness due to mortal sickness, and requesting a commissioner be sent
DPRI/1/1636/C10/8   25 January 1637
commission
commission to Yeldard Alvey B.D., vicar of Newcastle St Nicholas, and Christopher Foster, curate of the same, to administer an oath to, to examine and take a deposition from John Netherwood, a witness to the will, with regard to the will and Margaret Cooke's (annexed) alegation; commission executed by Foster, 27 Jan 1637
DPRI/1/1636/C10/9-10   27 January 1637
deposition
deposition of John Netherwood, a witness to the will, taken at his home in Newcastle St John
DPRI/1/1636/C10/4-5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Mathew Cooke to the witnesses on the part of Margaret Cooke
DPRI/1/1636/C8
George COUKE, yeoman, of Cowpen Beuley (Cowpon Bewley) [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Cooke
DPRI/1/1636/C8/1-2   24 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/C8/3   30 May 1636
inventory, actual total £30 19s 11d
DPRI/1/1636/C11
Edward CRUKS, yeoman, Heswell (Haswell) Grange in the countie of Durham, Shearborne in the countie of Durham [Haswell, County Durham; Sherburn, County Durham]; also spelt Crookes, Crooks
DPRI/1/1636/C11/1-2   24 June 1633
will
probate granted to Isable Sharpe, (daughter and) executrix
DPRI/1/1636/C11/3-4   4 February 1637
inventory, actual total £73 10s (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1636/C12
Raphe CURLE, merchant, merchant adventurer, Ponteland (Pont Iland), late of Newcastle [Ponteland, Northumberland; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Raiph
DPRI/1/1636/C12/1-2   25 September 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/C12/3-4   17 November 1636
inventory, actual total £68 12s 8d
exhibited, 9 Sep 1637
DPRI/1/1636/C13
John CURREY, of parish of Saint Johns in NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Curry
DPRI/1/1636/C13/1-2   undated
account
account of Margaret Currey
DPRI/1/1636/D1
John DAVESON, yeoman, of Cassopp in the countie of Durham [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]; also spelt Davison
DPRI/1/1636/D1/1-2   9 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/D1/3   19 December 1636
inventory, actual total £89 15s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/D2
Thomas DOBSON, of Heighington [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Dobsonn
DPRI/1/1636/D2/1   8 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/D2/2-3   7 July 1636
inventory, actual total £160 2s 6d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1636/D3
Thomas DODS, keelman, yeoman, of Sandgate [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Dodds, Dod
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle All Saints
DPRI/1/1636/D3/1-2   22 June 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/D3/3   28 February 1637
inventory, actual total £15 10s 4d (with account of debts of £10 18s 6d)
DPRI/1/1636/D4
Bernard DOWTHWAITE, gentleman, of Westholme in the county pallatine of Durham [Winston, County Durham]; also spelt Dowthwayte
see Dowthwaite, Bunny and Bacon deeds (DUL ASC: BRA 1260)
DPRI/1/1636/D4/1-2   16 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/D4/3-4   28 October 1636
inventory, actual total £285 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/D5
William DOWTHWAITT, upholsterer, of Staindrop (Staindropp, Stayndropp) in the county pallatine of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Dowthwait, Dowthwett
DPRI/1/1636/D5/1-2   15 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/D5/3   2 January 1637
inventory, actual total £71 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/E1
Henry EDEN, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/E1/1-2   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/E2   19 May 1637
Thomas EDON, cordwainer, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Eden
see DPRI/4/14 ff.239v, 242, 245v, 249: cause relating to the account of administration, Mary Langley, daughter v Robert Eden, [son and] administrator (11 Mar 1637-1 Apr 1637); [interim] administration granted to both parties (1 Apr 1637); administration granted to Mary Langley, daughter, 19 May 1637 (f.265).
DPRI/1/1636/E2/1-2   16 August 1636
nuncupative will
subscribed: administratrion granted to [?all parties] Eden, a former grant of administration having been revoked, [1 Apr 1637]
DPRI/1/1636/E2/5-6   12 January 1637
inventory, actual total £195 12s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £52 8s 10d)
inventory includes a charge for cleansing the house, 'their being severall persons deceased'
DPRI/1/1636/E2/3-4   23 March 1637
inventory of goods sold (monies received), actual total £42 7s 3d
inventory also includes the names of the buyers
DPRI/1/1636/E2/7   23 March 1637
inventory of goods sold (monies not received), actual total £29 5s 4d
inventory also includes the names of the buyers
DPRI/1/1636/E2/8-9   undated
account, actual total £105 18s 3d (with discharge of £66 0s 6d)
Account of Robert Edon, administrator. Disbursements include: (1) those made for the funeral expenses of Robert Edon and two other members of his family; (2) those made by Robert Killingworth and John Heslopp nephew, supervisors, [?former administrators] for the funeral expenses of Mathew Moore and his wife [Elizabeth] Moore (legatrix) and their children, and also Alice Rowmaine (legatrix) and her son. This Alice Rowmaine may have been the wife of Raiphe Rowmaine, see - DPRI/1/1636/R12/3-6
DPRI/1/1636/E3
Isabell ELLISON, daughter of George Ellison, spinster, of chappellery of St Johns in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Issabell, Ellyson
DPRI/1/1636/E3/1-2   August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/E3/3   28 February 1637
indented inventory, actual total £83 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/E4
William EMMERSON, yeoman, of Barmton (Barmeton) within the countie pallantine of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]; also spelt Emerson
DPRI/1/1636/E4/1   5 April 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/E4/2   4 May 1636
inventory, actual total £65 12s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/E5
Michael EWBANKE, yeoman, of Winyard in the parish of Grindon within the countye of Duresme [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Michaell, Ewbancke
DPRI/1/1636/E5/1   26 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/E5/2-3   30 March 1636
inventory, actual total £246 12s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/F2
Isabell FENICK, widow, of Longframlinton (Framlington) [Longframlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Isable, Fenwicke
DPRI/1/1636/F2/2   10 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/F2/1   13 October 1636
inventory, actual total £8 12s (with account of debts of £1 10s 7d)
DPRI/1/1636/F1
Gregorye FENNICK, yeoman, of Heleycote within the parish of Brenkburne (Brenckburn, Brenkeburne) in the county of Northumberland [Brinkburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Fennicke, Fenwick, Fenwicke
DPRI/1/1636/F1/1   21 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/F1/2   25 April 1636
inventory, actual total £54 0s 7d
DPRI/1/1636/F3
Roger FENWICKE, gentleman, of Shortflatt within the county of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
DPRI/1/1636/F3/1   2 May 1636
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1636/F4
Thomas FERRY, of Ferryhill in the countie of Durham [Ferryhill, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/F4/1   11 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/F4/2   18 July 1636
inventory, actual total £41 7s
DPRI/1/1636/F6
Christifor FETES, yeoman, of Tillmouth (Tilmouth) in the liberty of Norham and countie pallitine of Durhame [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Christifore, Fettes, Christopher
DPRI/1/1636/F6/1-2   9 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/F6/3   4 August 1636
inventory, actual total £1 9s
DPRI/1/1636/F5   17 December 1636
Raphe FETHERSTONHALGH, esquire, of Stanhophall in Weredale in the countie of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/F5/1   24 November 1636
nuncupative will
proved, 17 Dec 1636
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 270-271

DPRI/1/1636/F7
Nycholas FEUSTER, yeoman, of Branspeth (Brancepeth) in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Nicholaus, Fewster, Nicholas
DPRI/1/1636/F7/1   22 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/F7/2   21 March 1637
inventory, actual total £26 9s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/F8
Hugh FLETCHER, of Ravensworth in the parish (chappelrie) of Lamsley and county palatine of Durrham [Lamesley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/F8/1-2   24 February 1636
will
with list of debts owed to (£1 1s 10d) and by (£1 6s 8d) the testator
DPRI/1/1636/F8/3   25 March 1636
inventory, actual total £73 12s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £4 11s)
DPRI/1/1636/F10
Thomas FORCER, esquire, of Harbourhowse (Harbourhouse) [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/F10/1-2   16 November 1621
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £58 12s
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 151-152

DPRI/1/1636/F9
Archbould FOSTER, of Easte Wodburn (Este Woodburn) in the parish of Corsensydd [Corsenside, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/F9/1-2   1 November 1636
indented will
DPRI/1/1636/F9/3   10 November 1636
indented inventory, actual total £10 7s 4d
administration granted to John Foster, son for the sole use of Gennett Foster, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1636/F11   5 January 1637
Edmond FROST, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], H.M. pensioner, pensioner, of brough of Barwick (Berwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Edward, Froste
DPRI/1/1636/F11/1-2   24 January 1636
will
probate granted at Berwick to Ellenor Snickler (Snicklar), daughter and co-executor, 5 Jan 1637
DPRI/1/1636/F11/3   19 February 1636
inventory, actual total £15 9s 2d
DPRI/1/1636/G1
Roger GARTHE, of Bolam [Bolam, County Durham]; also spelt Garth
DPRI/1/1636/G1/1-2   11 August 1636
inventory
administration granted to Anne Garth, relict, [to whom was also granted the] tuition of William, Richard and John Garth, children
DPRI/1/1636/G3
John GIBSON, yeoman, of West Herrington within the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/G3/1-2   15 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/G3/3-4   25 April 1636
inventory, actual total £33 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/G4
Thomas GIBSON, of Prestwick (Prestwicke) [Ponteland, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/G4/1   12 February 1634
will
DPRI/1/1636/G4/2-3   12 February 1634
copy will
DPRI/1/1636/G4/4   7 April 1636
inventory, actual total £64 16s 8d (with account of debts of £31 18s)
DPRI/1/1636/G5
Robert GIBSON, yeoman, of parish of Strantonn (Stranton, Strantone) in the county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]; also spelt Gibsonn
DPRI/1/1636/G5/1-2   15 May 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/G5/3-4   6 December 1636
inventory, actual total £775 12s
DPRI/1/1636/G2
John GIBSONN, yeoman, of Fallafeild (Fallowfeild) in the countie of Durham, parish of Easington [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Gibson
DPRI/1/1636/G2/1-2   6 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/G2/3   24 May 1636
inventory, actual total £95 1s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16 11s)
probate granted to Elizabeth Shipper (Shepper), daughter, [to whom was also granted the] tuition of Francis, Thomas and John Shipper, grandchildren and co-executors
DPRI/1/1636/G6
John GILL, the elder, of towne and parishe of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/G6/1   December 1622
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/G7
Janne GLASENBE, spinster, of towne of Newcastell opon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ann, Glasenby, Glasenbie, Jane, Glasonbye
DPRI/1/1636/G7/1   22 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/G7/2   26 January 1637
inventory, actual total £54 3s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 11s 4d)
endorsed [?in error] Anne Glasenby
DPRI/1/1636/G8
William GRAME, skipper, of parishe of Al Saynts, Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Grayme, Graym
DPRI/1/1636/G8/1   undated
will
dated, 31 May [?1636]
DPRI/1/1636/G8/2   2 December 1636
inventory, actual total £17 13s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £15 2s 8d)
inventory includes funeral expenses for William Grame and three children
DPRI/1/1636/G9
Sir Arthur GRAY, knight, of Spindlston (Spindleston) in the countie of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/G9/1-2   1 June 1636
inventory
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 268-269

DPRI/1/1636/G10   21 June 1636
Henry GRAY, gentleman, of Kyloe in the county pallatine of Duresme [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Hendrye, Graye
DPRI/1/1636/G10/1-2   10 February 1636
copy will
proved at Morpeth and administration granted to John Foster yeoman, servant of Edward Gray esquire, 21 June 1636, at which date the original will was delivered to Ezekiell Cuthbert, notary public
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 266-267

DPRI/1/1636/G10/3-4   10 March 1636
inventory, actual total £100 14s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/G11
Raph GRAY, of Absheales within the parish of Longhorsley [Longhorsley, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/G11/1-2   16 September 1636
account
account of William Gray
DPRI/1/1636/G12
Robert GREENEWELL, merchant, of towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tyne and of the parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Grinwell, Grynwell
DPRI/1/1636/G12/1-2   22 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/G12/3   December 1636
inventory, actual total £116 4s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £16)
DPRI/1/1636/G13
Michaell GRINWELL, of Ushawe [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Michael
DPRI/1/1636/G13/1   13 February 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/H1
Cuthbert HALL, of Ireshoppburne in Wardell Forrest in the countie of Durham, parish of Stanhopp (Stanhope) [Stanhope, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/H1/1   undated
will
with list of debts owed to testator of £52 11s 1d
DPRI/1/1636/H1/2   18 January 1637
indented inventory, actual total £64 17s 9d
DPRI/1/1636/H2
Gilbert HALL, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/H2/1   5 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/H2/2-4   8 December 1636
inventory, actual total £191 17s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/H3
James HALL, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/H3/1-2   13 October 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/H6
Robart HARISSON, husband of Elizabeth Harrison, cooper, of towne of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Robertt, Harrinson, Harrison
For the will of the testator's wife Elizabeth Harrison, see - DPRI/1/1636/H5/1-2
DPRI/1/1636/H6/1-2   1 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/H6/3-4   31 October 1636
indented inventory, actual total £22 13s 5d (with account of funeral expenses of £13 2s 10d)
inventory of the household and shop goods etc. of Robert Harrison and his wife Elizabeth Harrison; including a charge for the burial of both Harrisons as well as of a maidservant and a girl
DPRI/1/1636/H4
Edward HARLLE, merchant, of the Westmost Salt Pans nigh South Sheeles (Sheiles, Sheilds) in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Harle
DPRI/1/1636/H4/1   31 August 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/H4/2   31 August 1635
copy will
DPRI/1/1636/H4/3   18 July 1636
inventory, actual total £1,695 7s 2d (with account of funeral expenses of £35)
DPRI/1/1636/H5
Elizabeth HARRISON, wife of Robert Harrison, cooper, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Elsabeth
The testatrix requests to be buried at Newcastle All Saints. For the joint inventory of Elizabeth Harrison's goods etc. with those of her late husband, see - DPRI/1/1636/H6/3-4
DPRI/1/1636/H5/1-2   18 October 1636
will
subscribed: inventory annexed with the will of Robert Harrison, the deceased's former husband
DPRI/1/1636/H7
Rowland HEDLEY, fuller, dyer, of parish of St Johnes in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/H7/1-2   29 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/H8
Rouland HERRISON, of Allers [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Rowland, Harrison
DPRI/1/1636/H8/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1636/H8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £54 19s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/H9
John HESLOP, armour dresser, armourer, of towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Heslopp
DPRI/1/1636/H9/1-2   13 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/H9/3-4   12 January 1637
inventory, actual total £34 0s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £13 11s 11d)
DPRI/1/1636/H10
William HILLTON, housewright, of Litle (Little) Usworth in the countie of Durham [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Hilton
will is endorsed by probate office 'will and inventory', and DPRI/7 index concurs: the latter is not present
DPRI/1/1636/H10/1   27 August 1636
will
with memorandum relating to the tuition of the deceased's surviving son George Hilton
DPRI/1/1636/H11
Edmond (Emmond, Emond) HODSHON, house-carpenter, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Hodgson
DPRI/1/1636/H11/1   25 December 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/H11/2   15 January 1636
indented inventory, actual total £67 2s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £13 5s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/H12
Margery HOLBORNE, wife of Thomas Holborne, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/H12/1-2   2 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/H12/3   8 December 1636
inventory, actual total £160 8s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £21 0s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/H13
Margarett HOPPER, spinster, of Whitton (Witton) Gilbert in thee county of Durham [Witton Gilbert, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/H13/1-2   20 June 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/H13/3   24 June 1636
inventory, actual total £9 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/H14
Richard HORNSBIE, of Barnard (Bernard) Castle in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Hornsby
DPRI/1/1636/H14/1-2   4 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/H14/3   20 December 1636
inventory, actual total £42 3s 5d
DPRI/1/1636/H15
Mychell HUDSPETH, yeoman, of Cornell parcell of the countie pallantine of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]; also spelt Michaell
DPRI/1/1636/H15/1-2   9 November 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/H16
John HUNTRITHE, of Aberweck (Aberwick), parish of Edlingham [Edlingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Huntrish, Huntrethe, Huntrishe
DPRI/1/1636/H16/1   undated
tenor of the will
with inventory, actual total £25 4s
DPRI/1/1636/J1   January 1637
Richard JACKSON, gentleman, of Warkworth (Warkeworth) [Warkworth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/J1/1   6 January 1636
will
probate granted at Alnwick to Jane Jackson, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of Elizabeth and Misericordia alias Mercy Jackson, children, Jan 1637
DPRI/1/1636/J1/2   7 July 1636
inventory, actual total £88 7s
DPRI/1/1636/J2
Thomas JACKSON, of Harraton [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
Will is endorsed: exhibited ('but no [probate] act' having been cancelled)
DPRI/1/1636/J2/1-2   undated
will
with three memoranda relating to several Durham Chancery cases: (1) Jane Jackson v John Jackson and others, 8 Mar 1634; (b) Thomas Jackson v John Jackson and others, [?] 8 Mar 1634; (2) Mary Jackson and others v Sir John Jackson and others, (undated)
DPRI/1/1636/J3
Thomas JACKSON, captain, pensioner, esquire, of Newcastle upon Tyne of the parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/J3/1   17 February 1637
inventory
subscribed with 7 July 1638 receipt of £10 of Jackson's pension from H.M. Receiver Thomas Wharton
DPRI/1/1636/J4
Raphe JOHNSON, of Whorlton [Whorlton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/J4/1-2   29 June 1636
will
with codicil, 30 June 1636
endorsed: [administration, and] tuition of Robert, Henry, Ann and Elizabeth Johnson granted to Ambrose Johnson, son and a supervisor
DPRI/1/1636/J5
John JORDAN, husband of Margaret Jordan, of Gateside (Gateshead) [Gateshead, County Durham]
[Images for all probate records relating to Jordan and his wife will be presented with this record.] See DPRI/4/14 f.182: will proved and administration granted to George Jordan, brother, for the sole use of John, James and Emota Jordan, children (undated), the tuition of which children was also granted to the said George Jordan; administration of the goods and portions of Thomas, Isabell and Elizabeth Jordan, deceased children, granted to George Jordan, for the sole use of John, James, and Emota Jordan. For the joint inventory of Jordan and his wife's goods, and for the fair copy of Margaret Jordan's will, see - DPRI/1/1636/J5/3 - DPRI/1/1636/J5/4
DPRI/1/1636/J5/2   3 August 1636
nuncupative will of John Jordan
with nuncupative will of Margaret Jordan, 15 August 1636
Margaret Jordan's nuncupative will includes a list of debts owed to the testator of £7 14s
DPRI/1/1636/J5/1   3 August 1636
nuncupative will (fair copy)
DPRI/1/1636/J5
Margaret JORDAN, wife of John Jordan, widow, of Reedhugh, Gateside in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
[Images for all probate records relating to Jordan and her husband will be presented with this record.] See DPRI/4/14 f.182: will proved and administration granted to George Jordan, brother, for the sole use of John, James and Emota Jordan, children (undated), the tuition of which children was also granted to the said George Jordan; administration of the goods and portions of Thomas, Isabell and Elizabeth Jordan, deceased children, granted to George Jordan, for the sole use of John, James, and Emota Jordan. For Jordan's original will, and for her husband's will, see - DPRI/1/1636/J5/1 - DPRI/1/1636/J5/2
DPRI/1/1636/J5/3   15 August 1636
nuncupative will (fair copy)
DPRI/1/1636/J5/4   21 September 1636
inventory, actual total £55 2s
Inventory of the goods etc. of John Jordan and Margaret Jordan his wife. Administration granted to George Jordan, uncle, for the use of John, James and Emota Jordan, children; administration of their portions granted to Thomas, Isabell and Elizabeth [Jordan].
DPRI/1/1636/K1   14 April 1636
Mathew KELLAM, [senior], yeoman, gentleman, Rokk (Rocke) within the cowntie of Northumberland, North Charleton [Rock, Northumberland; Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Celham
See also DPRI/4/14 f.87v: administration of the goods etc. of Mathew Kellam junior of Charlton granted to Mathew Kellam senior, father, and Arthur Kellam, brother, 8 May 1635.
DPRI/1/1636/K1/1-2   1 May 1630
will
probate granted at Ellingham to Arthur Kellam, son and co-executor, 14 Apr 1636
DPRI/1/1636/K1/3-4   15 March 1636
inventory, actual total £178 3s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £26 7s 5d)
DPRI/1/1636/K1/5-6   undated
account, actual total £176 10s 4d (with discharge of £46 13s 4d)
account of Arthur Kellam, executor
DPRI/1/1636/K2
Matthew KELLY, labourer, of Bishop Weremouth (Wermoth, Warmouth) withein the county palatine of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]. Died 29 December 1636
DPRI/1/1636/K2/1   9 February 1636
will
probably dated in the New Style
DPRI/1/1636/K2/2   1636
inventory, actual total £12 4s 4d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £1 0s 10d)
DPRI/1/1636/L1
Nicholas LEE, yeoman, of Lovelady Sheile within the parish of Alstone (Alston) [Alston, Cumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/L1/1   24 December 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/L1/2   20 April 1636
inventory, actual total £126 12s 1d
DPRI/1/1636/M1
John MARSHALL, yeoman, of Haydon Brigge in the parish of Haydon and countye of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/M1/1   18 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M1/2   7 June 1636
inventory, actual total £9 6s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 15s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/M2
William MARSHALL, of Barmeston in the county of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/M2/1   26 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M2/2-3   18 April 1636
inventory, actual total £326 2s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/M3
William MAYLE, of Plenmeller within the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/M3/1   26 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M3/2-3   10 October 1636
inventory, actual total £329 1s 8d
with additional inventory, 18 January 1638, actual total £800
DPRI/1/1636/M4
John MAYNE, skipper, of towne and countie of Newcastell upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/M4/1   14 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M4/2   13 October 1636
inventory, actual total £11 1s 7d (with account of funeral expenses of £2 10s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/M5
Dorothe MIDDLETON, wife of Charles Middleton of Belsay, widow, of Bellshaw (Belsay, Belshawe) in the county of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Dorothy, Mydelton, Dorythy, Myddylton
DPRI/1/1636/M5/1   16 May 1636
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 267-268

DPRI/1/1636/M5/2   29 August 1636
inventory, actual total £282 0s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £42)
exhibited, 3 Sep 1636
DPRI/1/1636/M6
Ann MILBURNE, widow, of town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Milborne
DPRI/1/1636/M6/1-2   25 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M6/3   14 December 1636
inventory, actual total £51 14s 1d (with account of funeral expenses of £3)
DPRI/1/1636/M7
Randall MILBURNE, yeoman, of Dunstead within the parish of Bellingham in the countie of Northumberland [Bellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Randell, Milburn
DPRI/1/1636/M7/1   12 January 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M7/2   20 February 1636
inventory, actual total £8 19s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/M9
Robert MOORE, house-carpenter, of town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/M9/1-2   19 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/M9/3-4   24 November 1636
inventory, actual total £72 5s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £54)
DPRI/1/1636/M9/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Elizabeth Frissell, [daughter] to the witnesses on the part of Michael Moore, [son and sole executor]
DPRI/1/1636/M8
Henry MURCOCKE, of Wackerfeild (Wakerfeild) within the countie of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Morecoke
DPRI/1/1636/M8/1-2   16 May 1636
will
with codicil, 27 May 1636
DPRI/1/1636/M8/3   16 June 1636
inventory, actual total £80 11s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £5 4s)
DPRI/1/1636/M10
George MUSCHAMP, miller, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/M10/1   24 November 1636
indented inventory
endorsed: administration granted to Jane Oliver, former relict
DPRI/1/1636/N1
Richarde NEWTON, of towne and parish of Edmondbyers (Edmondbiers) [Edmundbyers, County Durham]; also spelt Richard
DPRI/1/1636/N1/1   29 January 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/N1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £26 11s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/O1
Cuthbert OGLE, of Catchburne, Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]. Died 2 October 1636
DPRI/1/1636/O1/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/O3
Wilyam ORD, master and mariner, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt William, Ourd
DPRI/1/1636/O3/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/O2
Hary ORDE, of Hurliff, Norham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Henry
DPRI/1/1636/O2/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/O4   3 January 1637
Charles OXLEY, vicar of Chillingham, clerk, of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Oxeley
DPRI/1/1636/O4/1   23 September 1636
will
probate granted at Wooler to Agnes [recte Ann] Oxley, relict, and Amor Oxley, brother, co-executors; the tuition of Charles, Cicill [Cecily], and Agnes [?Ann] Oxley, children, granted to their mother, 3 Jan 1637
DPRI/1/1636/O4/2   2 October 1636
indented inventory, actual total £303 10s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/O5
Stephen OXLEY, tanner, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/O5/2   10 May 1636
inventory, actual total £76 11s 8d [recte £72 1s 8d]
inventory later corrected, see DPRI/1/1636/O5/1
DPRI/1/1636/O5/1   1 July 1636
letter correcting the inventory
letter from the appraisers to the Durham Chancellor, correcting the inventory
DPRI/1/1636/P1
Anne PATTISON, spinster, of West Shawes in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Ann, Pattyson
DPRI/1/1636/P1/1-2   29 September 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/P1/3   24 October 1636
inventory, actual total £55
DPRI/1/1636/P2
Richard PAWLIN, mariner, of South Sheeles (Sheildes, Sheles) in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Pawlinge, Pawlyn
DPRI/1/1636/P2/1-2   12 July 1636
will
endorsed: proved in [solemn] form
DPRI/1/1636/P2/3   10 January 1637
inventory, actual total £28 2s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/P2/4-5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Edward Chambers to the witnesses on the part of Jane Wallas
DPRI/1/1636/P3
Robert POTTER, husbandman, of Hutton Henrie in the parish of Munck Heslden in the county of Durham [Hutton Henry, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/P3/1-2   2 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/P3/3   undated
inventory, actual total £57 14s 2d (with account of debts of £5 13s)
DPRI/1/1636/R1
Christofer RAYNE, of Redwoorth (Redworth) [Heighington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/R1/1-2   21 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/R1/3   31 May 1636
inventory, actual total £42 2s 6d (with account of debts of £94 14s)
DPRI/1/1636/R2
John REAY, miller, of Sandgate, towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Rey
DPRI/1/1636/R2/1-2   21 May 1636
will
probate granted to Margerie Reay, relict and co-executor, to whom was also granted the tuition of Thomas Reay, son and co-executor
DPRI/1/1636/R3
John REED, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/R3/1   20 September 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/R3/2-3   7 November 1636
inventory, actual total £68 5s
DPRI/1/1636/R4
Raiphe REED, gentleman, of Est Cherton (East Chirton) in the county of Northumberland [Tynemouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Ralph, Raph
DPRI/1/1636/R4/1-2   18 June 1636
will
with codicil, 18 June 1636
DPRI/1/1636/R4/3-4   18 June 1636
copy will
with copy codicil, 18 June 1636
DPRI/1/1636/R4/5-8   10 November 1636
inventory, actual total £3,306 6s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2,111 16s 8d)
probate granted to Philles (Phillis) Reed, relict, and Raiphe Reed, son, co-executors; the tuition of Jane and Roger Reed was granted to Philles Reed
DPRI/1/1636/R5
Thomas RICHARDSON, of Ketton in the county palatine of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/R5/1-2   1 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/R6
Henry RICKABY, of Stainton in le Street [Great Stainton, County Durham]; also spelt Richabie
DPRI/1/1636/R6/1-2   June 1617
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/R6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £4
DPRI/1/1636/R7
Cuthbert RIDLEY, rector of Simonburn, clerk, of Teckett in Simondsburne (Simonburne, Simondburne) [Simonburn, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/R7/1-2   31 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/R7/3-4   29 April 1636
inventory, actual total £215 18s 4d (with account of debts of £130)
DPRI/1/1636/R8
Abraham ROBINSON, curate of Easington, clerk, of Easington in the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/R8/1-2   1 April 1636
will
with list of debts owed to testator of £153 6s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/R8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £100 12s
DPRI/1/1636/R9
William ROBINSON, painter, deputy herald to the office of arms, of the High Castle Garth within the parrish of St Nicholas in [the] towne and countye of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/R9/1   14 May 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/R9/2   16 December 1636
inventory, actual total £10 1s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20 4s 8d)
inventory includes the funeral expenses of Robinson and his wife
DPRI/1/1636/R10
George ROBSON, musician, minstrel, of parish or chapplerie of Saint Andrews in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/R10/1   7 October 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/R10/2   27 October 1636
inventory, actual total £7 2s 2d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £4 8s 3d)
DPRI/1/1636/R11
William ROBSON, chapman, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/R11/1-2   26 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/R11/3   17 January 1637
inventory, actual total £43 0s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £22 15s)
inventory includes expenses 'for cleanseing funerall expenses keepeing in the filed [?field] being infected & buriall altogether'
DPRI/1/1636/R11/4-5   undated
interogatories
interogatories of James Robson to the witnesses on the part of Alice Robson alias Nicholson
DPRI/1/1636/R13
Thomas RONTRE, yeoman, of Bushopton (Busshopton) of the countie of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]; also spelt Rowntree, Rowentre
DPRI/1/1636/R13/1-2   1 April 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/R13/3   15 April 1636
inventory, actual total £120 1s
DPRI/1/1636/R12
Raiph ROWMAINE, tanner, of towne of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Raphe
DPRI/1/1636/R12/1-2   29 September 1636
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £23 5s
DPRI/1/1636/R12/3-6   19 January 1637
inventory, actual total £151 17s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £37 8s 4d)
Inventory includes the funeral expenses of Rowmaine, as well as his wife and child. Rowmaine's wife may have been Alice Rowmaine, whose burial charges feature in the 1637 account of Thomas Edon (Eden) of whom she was a legatrix, see - DPRI/1/1636/E2/8-9
DPRI/1/1636/R14
William RUTHERFORTH, yeoman, of Swalwell in the countie of Durham [Swalwell, County Durham]; also spelt Rotherforth
DPRI/1/1636/R14/1-2   4 December 1636
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £4 10s
DPRI/1/1636/R14/3   2 January 1637
inventory, actual total £78 6s 10d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £65 15s 10d)
DPRI/1/1636/S1   27 May 1636
Thomas SALKEILDE, gentleman, of chapelry of Rocke within the parish of Emelton [Rock, Northumberland]; also spelt Salkeld, Salkilde, Salkeild, Salkald
DPRI/1/1636/S1/1-2   17 February 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S1/3   17 February 1636
copy will
probate granted at Durham to Henry Ogle and Raph Salkeld, co-executors, 27 May 1636
DPRI/1/1636/S1/4-11   undated
inventory, actual total £1,331 14s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/S1/12-13   24 February 1636
renunciation
renunciation of five of the eight co-executors, nominating Henry Ogle and Raph Salkeld to act
DPRI/1/1636/S2
John SANDER, yeoman, of Rytton (Riton, Ryton) [Ryton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/S2/1   31 January 1634
will
DPRI/1/1636/S2/2   29 September 1635
inventory, actual total £81 18s (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1636/S3   2 January 1637
Edward SCOT, of North Charlton in the countie of Northumberland, Ellingham [Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Scott. Died 7 November 1636
DPRI/1/1636/S3/1-2   7 November 1636
will
probate granted at Alnwick to George Scott and Mark Scott, sons and co-executors, 2 Jan 1637
DPRI/1/1636/S3/3   undated
inventory, actual total £14 3s 10d
DPRI/1/1636/S4
John SCOTT, of Howtell (Howthall) of the parish of Newton alias Kyrk Newton (Kirkenewton) and countie of Northumberland [Kirknewton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/S4/1-2   11 April 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S4/3   22 April 1636
inventory, actual total £69 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £52 13s 2d)
DPRI/1/1636/S5
William SELBY, esquire, of Elvet [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Selbye
DPRI/1/1636/S5/1   17 January 1637
inventory, actual total £63 16s
with consent, 18 January 1637
inventory, subscribed with the consent of Elizabeth Selby, relict, that administration be granted to Raphe Howbottle for the use of herself and her children
DPRI/1/1636/S6
William SHAW, D.D., master of Sherburn Hospital, hospital master, of Hospitall in Shereburne [Sherburn, County Durham]; also spelt Shawe
DPRI/1/1636/S6/1-2   17 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S7
William SHAWE, yeoman, of Thrislington in the countie of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Shaw
DPRI/1/1636/S7/1   10 February 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S7/2   10 June 1636
inventory, actual total £217
DPRI/1/1636/S8
Emund SMITH, of Gilligate, parishe of Saint Giles in Durham [Durham St Giles, County Durham]; also spelt Edmond, Smyth
DPRI/1/1636/S8/1   24 June 1633
nuncupative will
with inventory, actual total £1 18s 8d (with account of debts of £1 3s 10d)
Will dated about Midsummer 1636. Administration granted to Margaret Smith, widow
DPRI/1/1636/S9
Robert SMYTHSON, piper, of Bishop Aucland (Awkland) within the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Smithson
DPRI/1/1636/S9/1-2   2 April 1635
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/S9/3   16 May 1636
inventory, actual total £2 8s (with account of debts of £1)
DPRI/1/1636/S10
Robert SPARROW, yeoman, of East Boldon (Bolden) in the countie of Durham [East Boldon, County Durham]; also spelt Sparrowe
DPRI/1/1636/S10/1   23 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S10/2-3   18 November 1636
inventory, actual total £371 6s 7d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £168 9s 7d)
DPRI/1/1636/S11   15 January 1636
Thomas SPEAREMAN, of Preston [Preston, Northumberland]; also spelt Spearman, Speerman
see DPRI/4/14 ff.121v, 122v, 123: administration granted to Margaret Spearman, relict, 15 Jan 1636; tuition of Robert and Elizabeth Spearman, children, granted to Margaret Spearman, 16 Jan 1636; curation of Robert Spearman granted to Michael Spearman, brother [Jan, 1636]
DPRI/1/1636/S11/3   29 December 1631
inventory
[actual total in fact £32 11s 4d]
DPRI/1/1636/S11/1-2   undated
account, actual total £31 4s (with discharge of £15)
account of Marggret Speerman, relict
DPRI/1/1636/S12
John STOBBS, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/S12/1-2   3 June 1636
copy will
subscribed with memorandum relating that the original will was delivered to the executor (George Lambe, former apprentice) for use as evidence in a law case concerning real property devised therein
DPRI/1/1636/S13
Percivaill STOCKKELD, yeoman, of the Farre Toft Hill within the county pallatine of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Percivaile, Stockeld, Stockeld, Percevill, Stokelt
DPRI/1/1636/S13/1   8 April 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S13/2   25 April 1636
inventory, actual total £13 13s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 5s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/S14
Mathew STORY, husband of Phillis Story, miller, of parish of All Saints within the towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Storie
DPRI/1/1636/S14/1   18 September 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/S14/2   18 November 1636
indented inventory, actual total £36 2s 8d
inventory of the goods etc. of Mathew Story and his wife Phillis Story
DPRI/1/1636/S15   5 January 1637
Margery STRANGWAYES, widow, of Chesswicke in the chappelry of Ancrofte [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Strangues
see DPRI/4/14 f.207
DPRI/1/1636/S15/1   20 September 1636
nuncupative will
probate granted at Tweedmouth to Christopher Strangwayes, son and co-executor, 5 Jan 1637; with note that inventory, when exhibited, was expected to be around £5 or £6
DPRI/1/1636/S16
Lyonell STROTHER, gentleman, of Alnewick (Alnewicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Strodder
DPRI/1/1636/S16/1   21 September 1635
inventory of debts owing to the deceased
DPRI/1/1636/S16/2-3   undated
account, actual total £9 11s 8d (with discharge of £14 19s 6d)
account of Isabell Strodder, subscribed with memorandum relating that the deceased had executed a [will in the form of a] deed of gift to Isabell Strodder and Steven Robinson, 27 June 1635; and also concerning certain debts owed to the deceased
DPRI/1/1636/S17
John SUSANN, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the parish of Alhalowes [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Susan, Suzan
see DPRI/4/14: many references
DPRI/1/1636/S17/1   2 September 1636
will
endorsed: proved in solemn form
DPRI/1/1636/S17/5-6   undated
allegation
allegation of Garrett Cocke (Garhert, Gerhart Cock), sole executor, introducing the will and relating that the witnesses to the will are prevented from attending due to the plague, and requesting that a commissioner be sent; subscribed with memorandum relating that Christopher Foster, curate of Newcastle St Nicholas was so commissioned
DPRI/1/1636/S17/3-4   12 November 1636
commission
commission to Christopher Foster, curate of Newcastle St Nicholas, to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will and examine them and take their depositions; [executed, 14 Nov 1636]
DPRI/1/1636/S17/7-8   14 November 1636
deposition
depositions of Edward White and Lactantius Sands, witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1636/S17/2   12 December 1636
indented, actual total £154 16s 4d
DPRI/1/1636/S18   24 March 1637
Thomas SWAN, miller, Gateside (Gateshead) in the county of Durham, town of Newcastle [Gateshead, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f.247: probate granted to Katherine Toppin, former relict, 24 Mar 1637
DPRI/1/1636/S18/1-2   27 September 1636
nuncupative will
day in September and year uncertain: dated the Tuesday before Michaelmas 'last' [?1636]
DPRI/1/1636/S18/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £23 6s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/S19
Ann SYMONS, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Simmons
DPRI/1/1636/S19/1   19 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S19/2-3   31 January 1637
indented inventory, actual total £53 6s 11d
DPRI/1/1636/S20
Raph SYMPSON, of Wolsingham in the countie of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/S20/1   3 October 1636
[nuncupative will]
DPRI/1/1636/S20/2   6 October 1636
inventory, actual total £1 13s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of 12s 2d)
DPRI/1/1636/S21
George TAILLER, yeoman, of Benwell in the county of Northumberland [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Taylor, Tailor. Died 7 August 1636
DPRI/1/1636/S21/1   16 July 1636
will
with (undated) certificate of oath
DPRI/1/1636/S21/2   25 October 1636
inventory, actual total £9 7s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/S21/3   1 June 1637
inventory, actual total £40 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £30 8s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/S22
William TAYLIOR, blacksmith, of parish of Denton in the countie of Durham [Denton, County Durham]; also spelt Tailor
DPRI/1/1636/S22/1-2   4 January 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/S22/3   undated
inventory, actual total £18 3s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/T1
Thomas TEASDALL, the younger, of Slaley [Slaley, Northumberland]; also spelt Teasdale
DPRI/1/1636/T1/1   29 November 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/T1/2-3   10 January 1637
inventory, actual total £56 5s 8d
DPRI/1/1636/T2
Nycholas TEMPEST, gentleman, of Heabourne (Heaburne) in the parishe of Garrowe in the countye pallatine of Durham [Jarrow, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/T2/1-2   11 April 1636
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/T4
George THOMPSON, butcher, of Sunderland in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/T4/1-2   12 May 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/T4/3   10 August 1636
inventory, actual total £15 16s 8d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £14 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/T5
John THOMPSON, of Ravenside in the parish of Ryton (Riton) and in the countie pallatyne of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Tompson
DPRI/1/1636/T5/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1636/T5/3-4   1 March 1636
inventory, actual total £63 9s
DPRI/1/1636/T6
Nicholas THOMPSON, the elder, of Ryhopp (Ryhop, Ryopp) in the parishe of Bishopwearmouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/T6/1-2   July 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/T6/3   15 July 1636
inventory, actual total £55 7s
DPRI/1/1636/T3
Anne THOMSON, wife of George Thomson, widow, of Wolveston in the countie of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Thompson
DPRI/1/1636/T3/1-2   7 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/T3/3   7 November 1636
inventory, actual total £33 18s 4d (with account of funeral expenses of £1 15s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/T7
Edward TUGGELL, yeoman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/T7/1   undated
will
with list of debts owed to (£2) and owed by (£13 10s) the testator
DPRI/1/1636/U1
George URWEN, chapman, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/U1/1   24 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/U1/2-3   12 October 1636
inventory, actual total £151 7s 10d
DPRI/1/1636/U2
Robert URWEN, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/U2/1-2   30 December 1635
will
subscribed with (undated) certificate of probate
DPRI/1/1636/U2/3-9   13 January 1636
inventory, actual total £550 17s 2d
DPRI/1/1636/V1
Anthony VASIE, of Newlands [Wolsingham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/V1/1-2   undated
account
Account of Anne Vasie, relict, subscribed with the allocation of the three children's portions. The accountant further requested that £9 11s 2d of desperate debts be defalcated from the charge.
DPRI/1/1636/V2
Thomas VICARS, clerk, of Shilbotle [Shilbottle, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/V2/1-2   12 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/W1
Mathew WADDELL, baker, beer-brewer, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/W1/1   1 November 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/W1/2-4   28 November 1636
inventory, actual total £178 2s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/W3   17 March 1637
Petter WALLAS, yeoman, of the Pelles and paryshe of Allantone (Allanton) and countye of Northumberland [Alwinton, Northumberland]; also spelt Peter
DPRI/1/1636/W3/1-2   9 June 1636
will
probate granted at Rothbury to Isabell Wallas, relict and co-executrix, 17 Mar 1637
DPRI/1/1636/W2
Mabell WALLKER, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastell upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Walker
DPRI/1/1636/W2/1   15 July 1636
will
with 21 Jan 1637 certificate of oath of witnesses; executrix not sworn
DPRI/1/1636/W2/2   12 December 1636
inventory, actual total £31 7s 7d
DPRI/1/1636/W2/3   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of William Walker to the witnesses on the part of Barbara Richeson (Barbrey Richisson), [daughter and] executrix
DPRI/1/1636/W4
Henry WALTON, husbandman, of Teasdayle Forrest in the county of Durrham, Midleton [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Waltonn
DPRI/1/1636/W4/1   28 May 1635
will
DPRI/1/1636/W4/2   undated
inventory, actual total £11 15s 4d (with account of debts of £11 1s 4d)
DPRI/1/1636/W5
Ingram WARDMAN, yeoman, of West Matneele in the parish of Witton upon Weere within the countie of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Ingrame
DPRI/1/1636/W5/1   30 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/W5/2   10 February 1637
inventory, actual total £77 14s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 11s 3d)
inventory of goods etc. appraised after Wardman's death (£43 18s 10d), and also those goods etc. that were given and divided before his death (£33 15s 7d)
DPRI/1/1636/W6
Ralph WELFOUTE, of Stockton [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Wellfoote
DPRI/1/1636/W6/1-2   29 September 1635
inventory
DPRI/1/1636/W7
William WELSH, of parish of Bolden [Boldon, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/W7/1-2   undated
account
account of Margerie Welsh, relict; subscribed with the adjudged allocation of the portions of five [?children of the deceased], with the consent of the widow
DPRI/1/1636/W8
John WILSON, yeoman, of the Loninghead in the parishe of Midleton Teasdle (Middleton in Teasdale) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1636/W8/1-2   18 March 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1636/W8/3-4   24 March 1636
inventory, actual total £69 1s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £31 16s 8d)
DPRI/1/1636/W9   17 December 163621 January 1637
Cuthbert WOODMAN, weaver, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f. 199v: probate granted to Isabel Woodman, relict and executrix (17 Dec 1636); cause to prove the will in solemn form, Anthony Woodman, brother, and Isabel Woodman, relict and executrix v Elizabeth Lambe and John Walker and others (ff.203v, 209v; Jan 1637)
DPRI/1/1636/W9/1-2   22 August 1636
copy will
endorsed: first instance
DPRI/1/1636/W9/3-4   22 August 1636
copy will
endorsed: first instance
DPRI/1/1636/W9/5-6   24 August 1636
copy nuncupative will
endorsed: second instance; voided
DPRI/1/1636/W9/7-8   24 August 1636
nuncupative will
endorsed: second instance; voided (defective probate of will)
DPRI/1/1636/W9/9   28 November 1636
inventory, actual total £176 16s 2d (with account of funeral expenses of £7)
[exhibited, 17 Dec 1636]
DPRI/1/1636/W10
Richard WRANGHAM, master and mariner, of North Sheels (Sheelds, Sheiles) in the countie of Northumberland, parish of Tynmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1636/W10/1   23 March 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/W10/2   9 May 1636
inventory, actual total £920 13s 10d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £538)
DPRI/1/1636/W11   27 January 1637December 1637
Robert WRIGHT, master and mariner, some tyme of Newcastle uppon Tyne, but now resident in Wappinge in the county of Midlesex [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland; Wapping, Middlesex]
see DPRI/4/14, many references: probate granted to Mabell Wright, relict (f.212v; 27 Jan 1637); cause to prove the will in solemn form, John Thewe v Madell Wright (ff.291-324; ?July-?Dec 1637)
DPRI/1/1636/W11/1-2   27 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/W11/3-5   11 January 1637
inventory, actual total £196 10s 6d
DPRI/1/1636/W11/6   29 July 1637
allegation
allegation of Mathew ... [?proctor of Mabell Wright]
DPRI/1/1636/W11/7   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of John Trew to the witnesses on the part of Mabell Wright, relict and executrix
DPRI/1/1636/W12
Thomas WYNN, merchant, of chapelry of All Saints in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Wyn, Wynne
DPRI/1/1636/W12/1   25 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1636/W12/2-5   13 December 1636
inventory, actual total £374 15s 2d
Wills etc proved 1637
Reference: DPRI/1/1637
DPRI/1/1637/A1
Mathew ALDER, yeoman, of Alnwick (Alnewicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/A1/1-2   2 December 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/A1/3-4   3 January 1638
inventory, actual total £241 6s 6d
DPRI/1/1637/A2
Robert ALGOOD, of Scotwood [Newburn, Northumberland; Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Awgood
Scotswood is partly in Newburn and partly in Newcastle St John.
DPRI/1/1637/A2/1-2   5 July 1636
inventory
endorsed: no [probate] act
DPRI/1/1637/A3
Edward ANDERSON, of Gateside in the countie of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B215
DPRI/1/1637/A3/1-2   20 February 1638
account
account of Ann Anderson, relict, and also the tutrix and guardian of Robert, Edward, Rebeckah, Elizabeth and Ann Anderson, children; subscribed with the [adjudged] allocations of the four younger children's portions
DPRI/1/1637/A4
Henry ANDERSON, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/A4/1   11 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/A4/2   29 March 1637
indented inventory, actual total £188 4s
DPRI/1/1637/A5
Jenet ANDERSON, of Old Etall [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt Janet, Jeane
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B402
DPRI/1/1637/A5/1   10 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/A5/2   undated
inventory, actual total £4 18s 6d
DPRI/1/1637/A6
William ANGAS, yeoman, of the Rawhouse within the county of Northumberland, parish of Bywell Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B66
DPRI/1/1637/A6/1-2   20 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/A6/3   1 August 1636
inventory, actual total £26 8s
DPRI/1/1637/A7
Anthony APELBIE, of Westwicke [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonie, Appleby
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B324
DPRI/1/1637/A7/1-2   18 September 1637
nuncupative will
with inventory, actual total £40 15s
DPRI/1/1637/A8
Isabell APPLEBIE, spinster, of Staindropp (Staindrop) [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Appleby, Apleby
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B335
DPRI/1/1637/A8/1-2   24 July 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/A8/3-4   6 October 1637
inventory, actual total £15 1s 6d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £3 2s 8d)
DPRI/1/1637/A9
Benedict ARCLE, yeoman, of Earsden in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Arkley
DPRI/1/1637/A9/1-2   25 November 1635
will
DPRI/1/1637/A9/3   25 January 1636
indented inventory, actual total £39 13s 2d (with account of debts of £61 12s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/A10
Thomas AYRE, yeoman, of Easeington (Easington) in the countie of Durham [Easington, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/A10/1-2   16 September 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/A10/3   15 January 1638
inventory, actual total £93 5s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £24 10s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/A10/4   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Alice Ayre, relict, to the witnesses to the will on the part of Robert Ayre, [father and sole executor]
DPRI/1/1637/B3
George BAINBRIGGE, gentleman, of Ludwell in the countye of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbrigg, Bainbrig
DPRI/1/1637/B3/1   19 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/B1
Anthonye BAINEBRIDGE, of parish of Mydelton in Teasedale (Midelton, Midleton in Teasdale) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Anthonye, Bainbrigg, Bainebrigg
DPRI/1/1637/B1/1-2   26 September 1626
will
DPRI/1/1637/B1/3   26 October 1637
inventory, actual total £27 9s (with account of funeral expenses of £2 8s 8d)
DPRI/1/1637/B1/4   1 November 1637
letter
letter from Jacob Honley [curate of Middleton in Teesdale] to Richard Newhouse, Durham Register, relating to the probate of the will, and also to a recent visitation; dated, 1 Nov [1637]
DPRI/1/1637/B4
Abraham BALME, draper, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B79
DPRI/1/1637/B4/1-2   17 May 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/B4/3   4 April 1637
indented inventory, actual total £611 10s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £300)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.; actual total in fact £758 18s 11d
DPRI/1/1637/B2
Elenor BANDBRIDGE, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bainbridge
DPRI/1/1637/B2/1   10 March 1637
indented will
DPRI/1/1637/B6
William BEWICKE, merchant, of towne of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bewick
DPRI/1/1637/B6/1-4   8 June 1635
copy will
with copy codicil, 23 December 1635
with wrapper
will dated 1 Feb 1631 at head and 8 June 1635 at foot; with memorandum certifying the validity fo the copies, 31 Aug 1637
DPRI/1/1637/B7
George BINDLOSSE, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/B7/1-3   6 September 1637
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1637/B5
Thomas BITTLESTON, of Benwell [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Bettleston, Bitleston
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B466
DPRI/1/1637/B5/1   3 February 1638
will
DPRI/1/1637/B5/2   14 February 1638
inventory, actual total £71 17s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £21 4s)
DPRI/1/1637/B8
William BLYTHMAN, of Aykeliffe (Aickliffe, Aicliffe) [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Blithman, Blitheman
DPRI/1/1637/B8/1   9 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/B8/2   26 December 1636
inventory, actual total £110 18s
DPRI/1/1637/B9
John BOWBANCKE, of Preston in the countie of Durham [Preston-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Bowbanke
testator requests to be buried at Stockton
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B353
DPRI/1/1637/B9/1-2   7 November 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/B9/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £133 19s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £30 16s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/B10
Nicholas BRACK, the elder, weaver, of Loninge End in the parish of Chester in the county of Durham, Picktory Laine (Lane) [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Bracke
see DPRI/4/14 f.321v
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B357
DPRI/1/1637/B10/1-2   21 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/B10/3   30 November 1637
inventory, actual total £37 3s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/B11
Richard BROWNE, the elder, baker, beer-brewer, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B332
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B331
DPRI/1/1637/B11/1   21 September 1637
will
endorsed with certificate of oath, 23 Oct 1637
DPRI/1/1637/B11/2-5   13 October 1637
indented inventory, actual total £182 0s 9d
DPRI/1/1637/B12
Thomas BURDON, yeoman, of Shotton of the parrish Easington [Shotton, County Durham]; also spelt Burden
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B486
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B355
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B143
DPRI/1/1637/B12/1   15 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/B12/2-4   23 May 1637
inventory, actual total £420 18s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £11 8s 6d)
with additional inventory, 18 November 1637, actual total £34 1s 6d
with additional inventory, 18 January 1638, actual total £13 12s
(1) exhibited by Alice Burdon alias L[ig]hton, [former] relict, 28 Oct 1637; (2) exhibited by Alice Burdon, 18 Nov 1637
DPRI/1/1637/C1
Agnes CARNEBY, widow, of Corbridge [in the county of Northum]berland [Corbridge, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B304
DPRI/1/1637/C1/1   undated
will
dated 31 Dec ...
DPRI/1/1637/C1/2   10 January 1637
inventory, actual total £14 5s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7)
DPRI/1/1637/C2
George CHAPMAN, yeoman, of Brigin House in the parish of Stanehope (Stanhope) and in the county of Durham, Frosterley [Frosterley, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B231
DPRI/1/1637/C2/1-2   April 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/C2/3   21 July 1637
inventory, actual total £48 (with account of legacies of £16)
DPRI/1/1637/C3
Robert CHILTON, of the West Row in Newbottle (Newbotle) [Newbottle, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B340
DPRI/1/1637/C3/1-2   26 September 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/C3/3-4   9 November 1637
inventory, actual total £293 6s
DPRI/1/1637/C4
Thomas CLARKE, the younger, of Denwicke, Alnewicke [Denwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/C4/1   August 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/C4/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £78 10s
dated 3 Nov [?1637]
DPRI/1/1637/C5
Gerhart COCK, gentleman, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne, chapelry of All Saints [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Garhert
DPRI/1/1637/C5/1   3 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/C6
George COMINGE, mercer, of city of Durham in the county pallatyne of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Comyn, Coming
parish drawn from DPRI/4/14, see ff. 309v-310r
DPRI/1/1637/C6/1-19   26 October 1637
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc. (goods etc. (£413 1s 1d), pp1-10; good debts owed to the deceased (£205 13s 1d), pp11-13; doubtful debts owed to the deceased (£255 11s 10d), pp14-16; desperate debts owed to the deceased (£248 1s 5d and more), pp17-19; with memorandum (page 9) relating to a parcel of indigo of uncertain ownership (Cominge or Edward Blackits of Newcastle); and with another memorandum (page 15) relating to a disputed doubtful debt owed by Robert Story
DPRI/1/1637/C7
Charles COMYN, of Dalton Pearcie (Pearcy) [Hart, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/14 f.296v
DPRI/1/1637/C7/1-2   26 May 1637
will
administration granted to [Mary Comyn], relict, and for the use of Alice Comyn, daughter; the tuition of the same was also granted to Mary Comyn
DPRI/1/1637/C7/3   6 July 1637
inventory, actual total £198 0s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/C8
Elizabeth COOKE, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne, parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/C8/1-2   1636
will
with list of debts owed to (£11 8s 3d) and owed by (£34 11s 6d) the testator
DPRI/1/1637/C8/3-4   2 December 1636
inventory, actual total £91 4s (with account of funeral expenses of £6)
DPRI/1/1637/C9
Richard CORKER, yeoman, of Tunstall in the parish of Stranton and in the county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B138
DPRI/1/1637/C9/1   5 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/C9/2-3   31 May 1637
inventory, actual total £256 6s 9d (with account of debts of £83 3s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/C10
Margaret CORNER, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne of the parish of Saint Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/C10/1   1 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/C10/2-4   6 November 1637
inventory, actual total £32 0s 9d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1637/C11
Ferdinado CRAFORTH, of Twedmouth [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Ferdinando, Crawforth
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B105
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B104
DPRI/1/1637/C11/1-6   27 April 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/C12
John CROKE, yeoman, of Woseinggame (Wolsingham) in the countye of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Crooke
DPRI/1/1637/C12/1   19 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/C12/2   1636
inventory, actual total £157 10s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/C13
Lyonell CROSER, yeoman, of the Fayrehill within the parish of Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Crosier. Died 18 May 1637
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B287
DPRI/1/1637/C13/1   18 May 1637
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £60 15s 8d (with account of debts of £13 3s 7d)
DPRI/1/1637/D1
Robert DAILE, Dublin in Ireland, city of Durham [Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland; Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Dale
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B256
DPRI/1/1637/D1/1-2   28 November 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/D2
Persivell DAVISON, of Whiteburne Shanke (Whiteburn Shank) in Allanton parish within the countie of Northumberland [Alwinton, Northumberland]; also spelt Persevell
see DPRI/4/14 ff. 268v, 269
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B118
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B116-117
DPRI/1/1637/D2/1-2   6 April 1637
will
with list of debts owed to (£16 18s 11d) and owed by (£38 14s 1d) the testator
DPRI/1/1637/D2/3   26 April 1637
inventory, actual total £239 3s 11d (with account of debts of £38 14s 1d)
DPRI/1/1637/D3
Robert DEARHAM, gentleman, of Framwelgate Bridg End in the chappelry of St Margarets in Durham in the countie of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/D3/1-2   20 July 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/D3/3-6   23 November 1637
inventory, actual total £242 10s 2d (with account of debts of £40)
DPRI/1/1637/D4
Henrie DICKSON, of the Knarhouse in the parish of Knarsdaile (Knaresdal) [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/D4/1   26 August 1637
indented will
probate granted to Marie Dickson, relict and sole executrix, to whom the tuition of Henry and Mary Dickson, children, was also granted
DPRI/1/1637/D4/2   2 September 1637
indented inventory, actual total £56 15s 8d (with account of debts of £7 18s)
DPRI/1/1637/D5
Michael DIXON, of parishe of Cockfeild [Cockfield, County Durham; Wolsingham, County Durham]
Alternate parish drawn from 1637 bond 68 and DPRI/4/14 f.264.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B68
DPRI/1/1637/D5/1-2   undated
account
account of Anthony Dixon, brother; subscribed with [adjudged] allocation re pious uses
DPRI/1/1637/D6
William DIXON, the elder, miller, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B146
DPRI/1/1637/D6/1-2   25 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/D6/3-4   18 December 1636
indented inventory, actual total £22 3s 8d (with account of debts of £34 10s 10d)
DPRI/1/1637/D7
William DRAVER, of parish of Dalton [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/D7/1   August 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/D7/2-3   21 September 1637
inventory, actual total £139 12s 4d (with account of debts of £24 3s)
DPRI/1/1637/D8
John DRYDEN, son of William Dryden and Ann Dryden, tailor, of West Thriston in the parishe of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Dridon
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B434
DPRI/1/1637/D8/1   4 July 1637
nuncupative will
dated 'about the 4th or 5th of July'
DPRI/1/1637/D8/2   6 November 1637
inventory, actual total £24 11s
DPRI/1/1637/D9
James DUNNE, miller, of towne and countye of Newcastel uponn Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Dune
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B180
DPRI/1/1637/D9/1-2   29 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/D9/3   1636
inventory, actual total £5 11s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £1 9s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/E1
Raiph EMMERSON, butcher, of Newcastle upon Tine in the county of the same [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B20
DPRI/1/1637/E1/1   28 January 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/E1/2-3   3 April 1637
inventory, actual total £42 2s 10d (with account of debts and legacies of £48 12s 8d)
DPRI/1/1637/E2
Marke ERRINGTON, esquire, of Pont Eland in the countie of Northumberland [Ponteland, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/E2/1   20 November 1637
copy will in the form of a deed of gift
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 274

DPRI/1/1637/F1
Oswould FAYREALLIS, tailor, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Fareles, Fairealles, Fayrles
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B155
DPRI/1/1637/F1/1-2   28 August 1636
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/F1/3-4   12 January 1637
inventory, actual total £36 11s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £41 0s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/F2
Barbarie FENWICK, widow, of Butterley in the countie of Northumberland [Newburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Barbara, Fenwicke, Barbary
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B21
DPRI/1/1637/F2/1-2   14 June 1633
will
DPRI/1/1637/F2/3-4   6 February 1637
inventory, actual total £79 13s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/F3
George FENWICK, gentleman, of Morpethe (Morpeth) [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/F3/1-2   19 July 1636
inventory
Elizabeth Fenwick, relict, renounced administration and exhibited inventory, 13 Mar 1638 at Morpeth
DPRI/1/1637/F4
Joan FETHERSTONHAUGH, spinster, of Swarland in the parish of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Fetherstonhalgh
DPRI/1/1637/F4/1-2   1 September 1635
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Richard Fetherstonhalgh of Felton, brother and executor, 16 Aug 1637
DPRI/1/1637/F4/4   1 September 1635
modern typescript summary of the will
DPRI/1/1637/F4/3   undated
inventory, actual total £110
DPRI/1/1637/F5
Ellen FORCER, of Newehouse (Newhouse) in the parish of Lainchester (Lanchester) in the countie of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Hellen, Forser
DPRI/1/1637/F5/1   22 November 1636
will
probate granted to Martin Batmason, co-executor
DPRI/1/1637/F5/2-3   undated
account, actual total £85 2s 7d (with discharge of £38 1s 6d)
account of Martyn Battmanson of Ushaw, co-executor; the balance is divided into two equal portions, from one of which portions is deducted the total legacies of £19 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/F6
Nicholl FORSTER, gentleman, of Berwick (Barwik) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Nicholas
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B246
DPRI/1/1637/F6/1-2   26 June 1637
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/F6/4   undated
inventory, actual total £257 1s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/F6/3   3 April 1696
bond to redeliver the original will, penal sum £1,000
DPRI/1/1637/F7
Richard FORSTER, of Fletham, Balmebrough [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B412
DPRI/1/1637/F7/1-2   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/F8
Thomas FORSTER, esquire, of Edderston (Etherston) in the county of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/F8/1-2   September 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/F8/3   23 October 1637
inventory, actual total £1,619 18s 8d
exhibited, 4 Feb 1640
DPRI/1/1637/F9
Elizabeth FRANCKLIN, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B176
DPRI/1/1637/F9/1-2   undated
nuncupative will
dated 18 Feb
DPRI/1/1637/F9/3   8 April 1636
indented inventory, actual total £13 8s (with account of debts of £6 19s)
DPRI/1/1637/G1
Phillip GARDNER, yeoman, of Morpeth in the countye of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/G1/1-2   14 July 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/G2
Cuthbert GIBSON, of Hoode in the parish of Midleton in Teasdaile (Midelton in Teasedale, Middleton) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthbart
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B242
DPRI/1/1637/G2/1   13 July 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/G2/2-3   25 July 1637
indented inventory, actual total £54 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £41)
DPRI/1/1637/G3
Susann GOODHEIR, widow, of Claputh (Clapeth) in the parish of St Nicholas within the cittie of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Suzan, Goodheire
DPRI/1/1637/G3/1-2   2 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/G3/3-4   8 May 1637
inventory, actual total £92 13s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £66)
DPRI/1/1637/G4
Fargie GRAME, yeoman, of Bradley (Braidley) in the parish of Haltwisle (Haltwesle) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B388
DPRI/1/1637/G4/1   17 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/G4/2   30 January 1637
inventory, actual total £20 17s (with account of funeral expenses of £4)
DPRI/1/1637/G5
Elizabeth GRAY, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B225
DPRI/1/1637/G5/1   9 December 1635
will
DPRI/1/1637/G5/2   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories to Jane Moor, witness to the will
DPRI/1/1637/G6
Ann GRAYE, spinster, of Morpeth in the countie of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Agnes
DPRI/1/1637/G6/1-2   15 July 1637
will
endorsed (?in error): Agnes Graye
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 272

DPRI/1/1637/G8
Henrie GRICE, yeoman, of Bishops Awckland (Awkeland) in the countie of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Gryce
Grice dictated his will 'then beinge in the citie of London, and bound for Gwyana, beyond the seas, in a voyage intended by the Erle of Barkshire' at the house of Joseph Worthy, bellfounder, in Whitecross Street, London. See also Act Book DPRI/4/14 (multiple references).
DPRI/1/1637/G8/1-2   1631
nuncupative will
dated between Aug-Nov 1631
DPRI/1/1637/G9
John GRINWELL, yeoman, of Steley in the parish of Lenchester [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Grenwell
see also 1637 tuition bond 299 (7 Oct 1637)
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B302
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B299
DPRI/1/1637/G9/1   5 September 1637
will
endorsed with (undated) memorandum relating that the deceased's daughter Annas (Anne) Grinwell elected John Grinwell [tutor]
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 273

DPRI/1/1637/G9/2   25 August 1638
inventory, actual total £147 13s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £38 18s)
dated 8 Sep 1637 at head and 25 Aug 1638 at foot
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 273

DPRI/1/1637/G7
Robert GRUEFSON, of Longnewton (Long Newton) [Longnewton, County Durham]; also spelt Greivson, Grevson, Greueffson
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B293
DPRI/1/1637/G7/1-2   30 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/G7/3   5 April 1637
inventory, actual total £149 5s
DPRI/1/1637/H1
Ambrose HADDOCKE, of chaplerie of St Johns in the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Haddock
DPRI/1/1637/H1/1-2   undated
account
account of Anne Clarke, former relict; subscribed with 10 May 1637 allocation of a son Cuthbert Haddocke's portion
DPRI/1/1637/H2
Thomas HAIGH, clerk, of Cowpan (Cowpon) in the county of Northumberland [Cowpen, Northumberland]; also spelt Haygh
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B142
DPRI/1/1637/H2/1   30 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/H2/2-3   12 December 1637
inventory, actual total £322 13s
DPRI/1/1637/H3
Thomas HALL, yeoman, of Killingworth Moore Howse in the countie of Northumberland [Killingworth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/H3/1-2   24 January 1638
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/H4
William HALL, baker, beer-brewer, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/H4/1   2 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/H4/2   13 January 1637
inventory, actual total £441 5s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £246 11s)
DPRI/1/1637/H5
William HALLIMAN, of parish of Norton [Norton, County Durham]; also spelt Hallyman
DPRI/1/1637/H5/1-2   7 December 1637
account
account of Jane Hallyman
DPRI/1/1637/H6
John HARBOTTELL, of Cannogate, Alnwicke (Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Harbotle, Harbottle, Harbitle
DPRI/1/1637/H6/1-2   22 May 1632
will
DPRI/1/1637/H6/3   1637
inventory, actual total £149 0s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/H7
Dorothie HARRESON, spinster, of Cottam Mundavell in the parish of Houghton within the county pallatine of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Harrison
DPRI/1/1637/H7/1-2   19 December 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/H7/3   undated
inventory, actual total £8 16s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £2)
DPRI/1/1637/H8
Barbara HAVELOCKE, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Barbere, Havelock
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B167
DPRI/1/1637/H8/1-2   23 August 1636
will
endorsed with account of disbursements at the making of the will and inventory [?and funeral] of 6s 2d
DPRI/1/1637/H8/3   8 December 1636
inventory, actual total £10 10s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 19s 10d)
DPRI/1/1637/H9
Willyam HAWDON, draper, tailor, of parish of St Nicholas in the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B271
DPRI/1/1637/H9/1-2   8 February 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/H9/3   2 August 1637
inventory, actual total £40 6s 6d (with account of debts of £7 17s)
DPRI/1/1637/H10
Thomas HAYTON, [the elder], baker, beer-brewer, of parish of All Saints in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine (Newcastell) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Ayton, Heaton
[Images for the probate records relating to Hayton's wife and son Thomas Hayton the younger are also presented with those relating to Thomas Hayton the elder; the three persons sharing the same reference number due to a numbering error.] See DPRI/4/14 f.316 and other references; see also 1637 bond 157. For the will of Hayton's wife Katherine Hayton, see - DPRI/1/1637/H10/1
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B341
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B238
DPRI/1/1637/H10/2   8 July 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/H10/3-4   6 October 1636
inventory, actual total £19 17s 7d (with account of funeral expenses of £15)
Inventory of Thomas Hayton and Katherine Hayton his wife. For the inventory of Thomas Hayton's son Thomas Hayton the younger, see - DPRI/1/1637/H10/6-7
DPRI/1/1637/H10/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories to the witnesses to the nuncupative will of Thomas Hayton on the part of Jane Humble
DPRI/1/1637/H10
Katherine HAYTON, late wife of Thomas Hayton of Newcastle, baker and beer brewer, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Kathern, Heaton, Kathrein, Ayton
[Images for the probate records relating to Hayton's husband and son Thomas Hayton the younger are also presented with those relating to Katherine Hayton; the three persons sharing the same reference number due to a numbering error.] For the (shared) inventory of Katherine Hayton and her husband, see - DPRI/1/1637/H10/3-4
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B342
DPRI/1/1637/H10/1   9 July 1636
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/H10
Thomas HAYTON, the younger, [son of Thomas Hayton of Newcastle, baker and beer brewer], baker, beer-brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Haiton, Ayton, Heaton
[Images for the probate records relating to Hayton's mother Katherine Hayton and his father Thomas Hayton the elder are also presented with those relating to Thomas Hayton the younger; the three persons sharing the same reference number due to a numbering error.] For the probate records of Hayton's parents, see - DPRI/1/1637/H10/1 - DPRI/1/1637/H10/2 - DPRI/1/1637/H10/3-4 - DPRI/1/1637/H10/5
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B157
DPRI/1/1637/H10/6-7   30 April 1637
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1637/H11
Mychaell HEADLE, of the Booge (Bogge) [Elsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Michell, Hedley
parish uncertain: testator requests to be buried at Elsdon; DPRI/7 index accords
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B89
DPRI/1/1637/H11/1   20 April 1633
will
DPRI/1/1637/H11/2   12 May 1637
inventory, actual total £25 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1637/H12
Ninian HEIGHLEY, of Whorlton [Whorlton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B26
DPRI/1/1637/H12/1-2   14 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/H12/3   1 November 1636
inventory, actual total £18 10s
DPRI/1/1637/H13
Henrye HELME, vintner, of Northe Sheeles (Sheles, Sheiles) in the countie of Northumberland, parish of Tynmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Henrie. Died 3 March 1637
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B52
DPRI/1/1637/H13/1-2   31 August 1635
will
DPRI/1/1637/H13/3-4   12 May 1637
inventory, actual total £40 9s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/H14
George HENDERSON, yeoman, of Ryton Woodside in the parish of Ryton and countie of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B282
DPRI/1/1637/H14/1-2   6 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/H14/3   19 July 1637
inventory, actual total £73 16s 7d
DPRI/1/1637/H15   11 October 1637
Robert HENRYSON, physician for Newcastle, physician, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Henrison, Henderson
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B313
DPRI/1/1637/H15/1   24 July 1637
will
administration granted to Dorothy Henryson, relict, and also the tuition of five children, 11 Oct 1637
DPRI/1/1637/H15/2-3   22 August 1637
inventory, actual total £834 1s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/H15/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1637/H16
Daniell HENZEY, broad-glass-maker, of Glasse Houses [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/H16/1-2   undated
account
account of Edward Henzey
DPRI/1/1637/H17
Thomas HOLMES, yeoman, of chapelry of All Saints in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
See DPRI/4/14: many references.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B60
DPRI/1/1637/H17/1-2   8 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/H17/3-4   10 October 1636
inventory, actual total £98 10s 3d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £75 13s 3d)
DPRI/1/1637/H17/5   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Ann Wilson to the witnesses of the nuncupative will on the part of Ann Gibson, executrix and former relict
DPRI/1/1637/H18
George HORSLEY, barber-surgeon, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B259
DPRI/1/1637/H18/1-7   24 July 1637
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1637/H19   19 February 1638
Richard HOTCHON, yeoman, of Whitley in the county of Northumberland [Whitley, Northumberland]; also spelt Hodgson
Hotchon drew up his will when members of his household, but not yet himself, were infected with the plague. See DPRI/4/14 f.333: 19 Feb 1638.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B480
DPRI/1/1637/H19/1-2   13 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/H19/3   12 October 1637
inventory, actual total £130 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £106 0s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/H20
Margaret HUTCHESON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B46
DPRI/1/1637/H20/1-2   20 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/H20/3-4   15 December 1636
inventory, actual total £11 1s
DPRI/1/1637/H21
John HUTTON, vicar of Warden, clerk, of Warden [Warden, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B219
DPRI/1/1637/H21/1   30 June 1637
indented will
DPRI/1/1637/H22   12 September 1637
Henry HYLTON, gentleman, of South Sheillis (Sheilds) within the parish of Jarro and chappelrie of Sant Hildes [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Hilton
see DPRI/4/14 f.298v: 12 Sep 1637
DPRI/1/1637/H22/1   6 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/H22/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1637/J1
George JACKSON, yeoman, of Witton upon Weare in the county palatine of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Georg, Jackeson
DPRI/1/1637/J1/1-2   14 December 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/J2
John JEFFERSON, weaver, of Alnwick (Alnewicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Jeffrason
DPRI/1/1637/J2/1-2   17 October 1637
will
with list of debts owed to testator of £2 19s 9d
DPRI/1/1637/J2/3   undated
inventory, actual total £6 8s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/J3
George JENKINSON, yeoman, of Burningham (Burningell) in the parish of Branspeth in the countie of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B325
DPRI/1/1637/J3/1   5 October 1637
will
endorsed: probate granted to Jane Jenkinson, relict and co-executor, to whom was also granted the tuition of five daughters
DPRI/1/1637/J3/2   17 October 1637
inventory, actual total £235 16s (with account of debts of £63)
DPRI/1/1637/J5
Robert JOHNSON, the elder, yeoman, of parish and township (villa) of Greatham in the county of Durham [Great Stainton, County Durham]; also spelt Jonson
DPRI/1/1637/J5/1   30 January 1638
will
DPRI/1/1637/J5/2   13 February 1638
indented inventory, actual total £265 16s 7d
DPRI/1/1637/J4
William JOLLY, the elder, yeoman, of Ryton (Riton) in the countie of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Jollye
DPRI/1/1637/J4/1   19 June 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/J4/2   10 October 1636
inventory, actual total £73 9s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 9s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/K1
Parcivell KEENELYSIDE, yeoman, of Axwell Houses in the parish of Whickam in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Keealyside
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B349
DPRI/1/1637/K1/1   25 January 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/K2
Robert KILLINGWORTH, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B77
DPRI/1/1637/K2/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/L1
Abram LAMBE, yeoman, of Stillington in the county of Durham [Stillington, County Durham]; also spelt Abraham
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B328
DPRI/1/1637/L1/1-2   29 July 1637
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £14 18s
DPRI/1/1637/L1/3   12 September 1637
copy inventory, actual total £180 7s
DPRI/1/1637/L2
Nicholas LAMBTON, of chapelry of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B196
DPRI/1/1637/L2/1-2   23 October 1637
account
account of George Hindmers and William Robinson
DPRI/1/1637/L4
John LAVORROK, of parishe of Sant Andrewes, town of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Laverocke
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B378
DPRI/1/1637/L4/1   8 July 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/L4/2   8 July 1636
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/L4/3   undated
inventory of health care and funeral charges, actual total £2 9s 6d (health care and funeral charges)
DPRI/1/1637/L4/4   14 December 1637
inventory, actual total £8 12s (with account of maintenance and funeral expenses of £2 9s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/L5
Mychell LAWSON, of Cramlington [Cramlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Michael
DPRI/1/1637/L5/1   8 April 1633
inventory
Some £34 of the actual total was paid to Durham Chancery [court] for the use of An[n] Lawson, relict. Endorsed: no [probate] act. [Administration] granted ex officio.
DPRI/1/1637/L6
Robert LEWEN, merchant, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne and of the parish of St John [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/L6/1-2   14 February 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/L3
William LONGELANDS, bachelor, of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Longelnds, Langelands, Langlands
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B296
DPRI/1/1637/L3/1-2   17 November 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/M1
Heugh MAKEPEACE, yeoman, of Rashells in the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B307
DPRI/1/1637/M1/1   14 October 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/M1/2   14 February 1637
inventory, actual total £2 6s 8d (with account of debts of £2 3s)
DPRI/1/1637/M2
Robert MALLABER, husband of Margaret Mallaber, barber-surgeon, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mallabar
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B200
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B198
DPRI/1/1637/M2/1-2   5 November 1636
will
will, with a list of debts owed to the testator of £32 0s 10d, and an incomplete inventory (£16). Administration granted to Mark Hutchinson and Thomas Jackson, supervisors, to whom respectively was granted the tuition of Margaret and Thomas Mallaber, children.
DPRI/1/1637/M2/3   9 May 1637
inventory, actual total £155 2s 4d (with account of debts of £35 1s 10d)
inventory of Robert Mallabar and his widow Margaret Mallabar
DPRI/1/1637/M3
Jane MAWE, widow, of parishe of All Saints within the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B274
DPRI/1/1637/M3/1   27 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/M3/2-4   6 September 1637
indented inventory, actual total £321 9s 10d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £35)
DPRI/1/1637/M4
Anthony MEABURNE, yeoman, of Pontoft in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Meaborne
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B443
DPRI/1/1637/M4/1   20 December 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/M7
Michaell MEDFORD, esquire, of Sighell (Sighill) in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Midford, Mitford, Midforde
DPRI/1/1637/M7/1   23 November 1637
will
endorsed: 'This will to be ingrossed and carried to Morpeth 13 Mar [?1638]'
DPRI/1/1637/M7/2   9 March 1638
indented inventory, actual total £988 18s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/M5
Anne METCALFE, wife of Thomas Metcalf of Marwood Park, widow, of Marwoodd (Marwood) Park of the chappellrie of Barnerd Castle in the countie of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Metcalf
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B273
DPRI/1/1637/M5/1   18 August 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/M5/2   28 August 1637
indented inventory, actual total £11 18s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/M6   17 February 163719 February 1638
Anne MILLS, single woman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Milles
Parish drawn from Act Book DPRI/4/14 f.229r and 334r: administration granted to George Mills, brother, a monition having been issued, 17 Feb 1637; proved in solemn form and execution granted to Margaret Humphrey (Humfrey), aunt and sole executrix, 19 Feb 1638
DPRI/1/1637/M6/3-4   8 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/M6/1-2   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of George Milles to the witnesses of the nuncupative will, relating to a cause to prove the will: George Milles, brother v Margarett Humphrey, aunt and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1637/M10
George MOORTONN, Morton within the libertyes of Norham parcell of the county pallantine of Durham, chapelry of Twedmouth [Norham, Northumberland; Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Georg, Morton
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B201
DPRI/1/1637/M10/1-2   21 April 1613
will
with inventory of the stock and store upon the (grounds of Morton) of £236 13s
DPRI/1/1637/M10/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1637/M8
Dionise MORLEY, yeoman, of Heighington in the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Dennis
DPRI/1/1637/M8/1   27 May 1634
will
DPRI/1/1637/M8/2   22 March 1637
inventory, actual total £45 16s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/M11
William MORTON, yeoman, of Fenton in the county of Northumberland [Fenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Wilyam, Moreton
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B403
DPRI/1/1637/M11/1-2   6 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/M11/3   31 October 1637
inventory, actual total £13 5s
DPRI/1/1637/M9
Ellenor MOURTON, daughter of George Morton of Morton [Murton] chapelry of Tweedmouth gentleman, spinster, of Berwicke [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/M9/1   24 July 1637
inventory
administration granted at Berwick to Peter Joanes, husband of Jane Joanes, sister
DPRI/1/1637/M12
Roger MUSCHAMPS, wheelwright, of West Thriston in the parish of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Mushchamps, Muschamp, Muschampe
DPRI/1/1637/M12/1   1 July 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/M12/2   1637
inventory, actual total £17 5s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 14s 3d)
DPRI/1/1637/N1
Cuthbert NEWTON, of parish of Edmondbires (Edmondbiers) [Edmundbyers, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B214
DPRI/1/1637/N1/1   24 January 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/N1/2   undated
inventory, actual total £42 13s 6d
DPRI/1/1637/N2
Thomas NEWTON, yeoman, of parish of Haltwisle (Haltwesle) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B93
DPRI/1/1637/N2/1   2 December 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/N2/2   8 December 1636
inventory, actual total £24 10s 8d
DPRI/1/1637/P2
Thomas PACE, weaver, of the Castle Garth and in the countie of Northumberland, Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B346
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B344
DPRI/1/1637/P2/1-2   18 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/P2/3-5   19 June 1637
inventory, actual total £55 12s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £12 5s)
DPRI/1/1637/P1
Elizabeth PASE, widow, of Ulgham in the county of Northumberland [Ulgham, Northumberland]; also spelt Elsabeth, Pace
DPRI/1/1637/P1/1   23 October 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/P1/2   8 January 1638
inventory, actual total £32 12s 8d
DPRI/1/1637/P3
George PAXTON, eldest, yeoman, of Shotton of the parrish of Easington in the countie of Durham [Shotton, County Durham]
Paxton died 19 June [?1637]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B206
DPRI/1/1637/P3/1   17 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/P3/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £274 8s
dated 21 June [?1637]
DPRI/1/1637/P4
John PEARESON, husbandman, of Trimden (Trimdon) within the county pallatine of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Pearson
DPRI/1/1637/P4/1-2   14 December 1637
will
with inventory, 1 February 1638, actual total £167 18s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £101 5s 5d)
will, with (contemporaneous) list of debts owed to (£52 7s 2d) and owed by (£104 1s 9d) the testator
DPRI/1/1637/P5
Margret PEARSON, widow, of Earsden (Eearsden) in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret, Margrett
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B475
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B474
DPRI/1/1637/P5/1-2   20 October 1637
will
with nuncupative codicil, 20 October 1637
will, endorsed with a memorandum relating to cancellation of debts owed to the testatrix and a bequest subsequent to the sealing of the will
DPRI/1/1637/P5/3   30 October 1637
indented inventory, actual total £204 17s 4d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £158 10s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/P6
Rowland PHILLIPSON, husbandman, of Rennington (Renington) [Rennington, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B426
DPRI/1/1637/P6/1-2   19 October 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/P6/3   1 November 1636
inventory, actual total £28 8s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/P7
Cuthbert PICKERIN, yeoman, of Heighington in the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthber, Pickering
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B376
DPRI/1/1637/P7/1   7 November 1636
will
with nuncupative codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1637/P7/2-3   22 November 1637
inventory, actual total £43 11s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/P8
Charles PORTER, of Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
Probate doubtful.
DPRI/1/1637/P8/1   22 December 1636
nuncupative will
Tuition of Elizabeth, Janet and Agnes, children, granted to their mother Katherine Porter, relict. Endorsed: no [?probate act]
DPRI/1/1637/P9
William PRINGLE, miller, of Sliden Hewghe in Evesborne (Ewexborne, Ousbourne, Ousborne) within the countie of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Pringel, Pringell
DPRI/1/1637/P9/1   4 November 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/P9/2-3   8 January 1638
inventory, actual total £27 2s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £32 5s 6d)
DPRI/1/1637/P10
Edward PUNSHON, of Shinckliffe in the parish of St Oswoulds [Shincliffe, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B308
DPRI/1/1637/P10/1-2   undated
account
account of Robert Punshon; subscribed with 13 Dec 1637 allocation of three children's portions
DPRI/1/1637/R1
Mary RAND, spinster, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/R1/4-5   6 February 1637
inventory
subscribed with draft account discharge and allocation of portions
DPRI/1/1637/R1/3   undated
inventory of administration and funeral charges, actual total £4 7s 5d (administration and funeral charges)
DPRI/1/1637/R1/1-2   20 May 1637
account, actual total £89 17s (with discharge of £4 7s 5d)
account of John Rand, glover; subscribed with allocations for pious uses and for Margaret Saburne and Margaret Simpson
DPRI/1/1637/R2   May 1637
William READE, yeoman, of Chyrtonn (Chirton) within the county of Northumberland [Tynemouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Reed
See DPRI/4/14 f.267: May 1637
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B81
DPRI/1/1637/R2/1-2   25 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/R2/3   30 November 1636
inventory, actual total £94 7s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £20 10s)
DPRI/1/1637/R3
William REED, yeoman, of Broxfeild in the county of Northumberland [Embleton, Northumberland]
See DPRI/4/14 f.195v.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B240
DPRI/1/1637/R3/1-2   26 June 1637
nuncupative will
with inventory, actual total £21 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 12s 8d)
inventory includes the funeral expenses of William Reed's wife and daughter
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 271-272

DPRI/1/1637/R4
Edmond REVELIE, of West Lilburne [Eglingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Reevly, Reevely, Reveley
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B43
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B42
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B41
DPRI/1/1637/R4/1   16 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/R4/2-3   25 April 1637
inventory, actual total £111 19s 10d (with account of debts of £17 14s)
DPRI/1/1637/R5   February 1638
Henrye REVELYE, of East Raw and parish of Roathbury [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Reveley
see DPRI/4/14 f.338: Feb 1638
DPRI/1/1637/R5/1   19 October 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/R6
William RICHARDSON, yeoman, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/R6/1   10 July 1637
nuncupative will
with nuncupative codicil, 17 July 1637
DPRI/1/1637/R6/2   8 February 1638
inventory, actual total £49 2s 4d (with account of debts of £29 4s 3d)
DPRI/1/1637/R7
George RICHINSON, of Hawbourne (Hawborne) in the parrish of Garrigill [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Richeson, Richardson
DPRI/1/1637/R7/1-2   undated
will
with inventory, 12 December 1637, actual total £156 19s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/R7/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1637/R8
William RICKEBY, of Callish Parke in the parish of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Rickabye, Rickebye
DPRI/1/1637/R8/1-2   8 July 1634
will
DPRI/1/1637/R8/3   2 July 1634
inventory of debts owed to the testator, actual total £66
inventory of debts owed to the testator, with (undated) marginal notes of receipts, reducing the total debts by £31 15s
DPRI/1/1637/R9   10 July 1635
Robert RIDDELL, draper, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
parish drawn from Act Book DPRI/4/14 f.97: probate granted to Jane Riddell, relict and sole executor, 10 July 1635 (see 1635 will); inventory exhibited, 13 Jan 1638; account exhibited 13 or 18 Jan 1638.
DPRI/1/1637/R9/3-4   8 May 1635
inventory
inventory of household goods and merchandise; [exhibited, 13 Jan 1638]
DPRI/1/1637/R9/1-2   18 January 1638
account, actual total £1,296 7s 4d (with discharge of £1,599 14s 10d)
Account of Jane Riddell, relict and [sole] executrix. The date of the document does not agree with its exhibition date recorded in the Act Book DPRI/4/14 f.97: probably exhibited 18 Jan 1638.
DPRI/1/1637/R10
John ROBINSON, Newton within the parish of Bywell Peter, East Matfen [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland; Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Robeson
DPRI/1/1637/R10/1   15 January 1632
will
DPRI/1/1637/R10/2   undated
inventory, actual total £65 8s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £21 10s 10d)
DPRI/1/1637/R11
Robert ROWLANDSON, of Westwicke [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B31
DPRI/1/1637/R11/1-2   7 April 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/R11/3   15 April 1637
inventory, actual total £5 15s
DPRI/1/1637/R12
Richard RUTLIDGE, cooper, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/R12/1-2   undated
account
Account of Richard Rutlidge, administrator of Richard Rutlidge [senior] and tutor of Richard Rutlidge [junior] and Mary Rutlidge, children; includes the funeral charges of Rutlidge's wife. Subscribed with the adjudged allocation of the two children's portions.
DPRI/1/1637/S1
Jane SCOTT, widow, of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/S1/1-2   27 July 1637
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to testator of £1 9s 6d
DPRI/1/1637/S1/3-4   13 March 1638
inventory, actual total £16 2s 2d
DPRI/1/1637/S4
Thomas SELBEY, of Old Etall, parish of Ford (Foorde) [Ford, Northumberland]; also spelt Selbye, Selby
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B399
DPRI/1/1637/S4/1-2   29 May 1636
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £20 18s
DPRI/1/1637/S2
Isabell SELBY, wife of William Selby of Newcastle, merchant, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Issable, Selbye
DPRI/1/1637/S2/1-3   19 January 1637
inventory
inventory of household and shop goods etc.; administration granted to Elianore Comendell [Comondale], daughter
DPRI/1/1637/S3/1   undated
account, actual total £47 7s (with discharge of £87 15s)
account of Ellinor Comondale [Comendell, daughter]
DPRI/1/1637/S5
Launcelot SHAFTO, merchant, of parish of St Nicholas in the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Lanclott, Shaftoe, Lancelot
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B292
DPRI/1/1637/S5/3-4   24 July 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/S5/1-2   20 February 1638
account, actual total £52 1s 9d (with discharge of £52 3s)
account of Barbara Shaftoe, relict, administratrix and tutrix of Thomas and Jane Shoftoe, children
DPRI/1/1637/S6
William SHAFTO, of Benwell of the chapplerie of Saint Johns Newcastle upon Tyne [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Shaftoe
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B152
DPRI/1/1637/S6/3-4   10 May 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/S6/1-2   undated
account, actual total £48 15s 8d (with discharge of £23 3s 10d)
account of Joseph Shaftoe
DPRI/1/1637/S7
Marie SIMSON, daughter of Raiphe Simson of Pittington Hall Garthe, of Pittington Hall Garthe in the countye of Durham [Pittington, County Durham]; also spelt Simpson
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B12-13
DPRI/1/1637/S7/1   17 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/S8
David SKEILL, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, of Barwik (Berwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Skeele, Skeile
DPRI/1/1637/S8/1-2   16 August 1637
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1637/S8/3   22 August 1637
inventory, actual total £135 6s 8d
DPRI/1/1637/S9
Jane SMARTE, widow, of town of Sunderland by the Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Smart
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B448
DPRI/1/1637/S9/1   4 May 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/S9/2   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Charles Anderson to the witnesses on the part of Ambrose Taylor, executor
DPRI/1/1637/S10
John SMITH, of Slaley [Slaley, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/S10/1   23 August 1637
[copy will]
DPRI/1/1637/S10/2   27 September 1637
inventory, actual total £14 1s 3d
DPRI/1/1637/S11
Thomas SMITH, of Slaley [Slaley, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B309
DPRI/1/1637/S11/1   20 September 1637
[copy will]
DPRI/1/1637/S11/2   29 September 1637
inventory, actual total £28 6s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £7 15s 7d)
DPRI/1/1637/S12
John SPARKE, yeoman, of Tuddoe in the county of Durham [Tudhoe, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B207
DPRI/1/1637/S12/1-2   28 February 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/S12/3   22 June 1637
inventory, actual total £321 6s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 10s)
DPRI/1/1637/S13
Elizabeth STEPHENSON, widow, of Elvitt within the parish of St Oswolds, city of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt St[e]phenson
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B28
DPRI/1/1637/S13/1   9 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/S14
John STEPHENSON, clerk, of Alstone (Alston) parish [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Stevenson. Died 26 November 1637
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B365
DPRI/1/1637/S14/1-2   23 November 1637
will
with (cancelled) lists of debts owed to the testator and endorsed with a draft inventory
DPRI/1/1637/S14/3-4   1 December 1637
inventory, actual total £1,089 4s 7d (with account of funeral expenses of £30)
DPRI/1/1637/S15
Elizabeth STEVENSON, widow, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Stephenson, Elzabethe, Stevensonn
Stevenson made her will when members of her household were infected with the plague.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B258
DPRI/1/1637/S15/1   2 June 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/S15/2   25 April 1637
inventory, actual total £13 11s 8d (with account of debts of 17s)
with copy nuncupative will, 2 June 1636
DPRI/1/1637/S17
John STOBBS, chapman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Stobbes
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B310
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B150
DPRI/1/1637/S17/1-2   5 October 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/S17/3   undated
inventory of debts owed to the testator, actual total £10 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/S16
Christofer STOBS, linen-weaver, of Gatesheade (Gateshead) in the countie pallatine of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Stobbes, Stobes
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B35
DPRI/1/1637/S16/1   4 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/S16/2   1 November 1636
inventory, actual total £11 16s 4d (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £11 10s)
DPRI/1/1637/T1
Edward TAYLOR, gentleman, of Haswell Grange in the parishe of Easington [Haswell, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B22
DPRI/1/1637/T1/1-2   16 March 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/T1/3   27 March 1637
inventory, actual total £62 14s 6d (with account of debts of £33 17s 4d)
DPRI/1/1637/T2
Robert THEW, of parishe of Newborne (Newburne) [Newburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Thewe
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B321
DPRI/1/1637/T2/1   27 March 1630
will
with (undated) list of debts owed to the testator of £4 17s
DPRI/1/1637/T2/2   undated
inventory, actual total £5 7s
DPRI/1/1637/T3
Elizabeth THOMPSON, wife of Edward Thompson of Cleatlam, widow, of Cletlam (Cleatlam) in the countie of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Isabell
Cleatlam township is in both Gainford and Staindrop parishes; testatrix requests her burial at Staindrop
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B375
DPRI/1/1637/T3/1-2   5 February 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/T3/3-4   31 March 1637
inventory, actual total £8 15s 6d
DPRI/1/1637/T4
Humphry TOD, of Widdrington Steades [Widdrington, Northumberland]; also spelt Umphrey, Todd
DPRI/1/1637/T4/1   22 February 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/T4/2-3   26 March 1637
inventory, actual total £30 14s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £6 1s 8d)
DPRI/1/1637/T5
Geffrey TODDE, of Denton [Denton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/T5/1   9 March 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/T6   3 February 1638
Edward TRUMBLE, senior, yeoman, of Ord within the countie Pallintine of Durham, Tweedmouth [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f.337: 3 Feb 1638
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B338
DPRI/1/1637/T6/1-2   12 January 1638
will
DPRI/1/1637/T7
John TRUMBLE, of Thornbrough within the parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B317
DPRI/1/1637/T7/1   26 July 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/T7/2-3   3 October 1637
inventory, actual total £315 2s 9d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £123 0s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/T8   1 February 1638
Margarat TYNDALL, spinster, of Clapott within the Tower, Alnwick (Alnwicke, Alnewicke) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret, Jane, Tyndall
Charges itemised in the inventory indicate that a mother and daughter named Tyndall died of the plague. The will refers to Margaret Tyndall as both a spinster and a widow, while the inventory is stated (?in error) as that of a Jane Tyndall: in the confusion it is not clear which person is the widowed mother and which the spinster daughter. See DPRI/4/14 f.337r: probate granted to John Wardell, executor, 1 Feb 1638.
DPRI/1/1637/T8/3-4   8 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/T8/1-2   22 November 1637
inventory, actual total £2 19s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £3 8s 10d)
inventory of the goods etc. of Jane Tyndall of Alnwick [?recte Margaret Tyndall]; includes charges 'for the mother and her daughters burialls' and for cleansing the house [?plague victims]
DPRI/1/1637/W1   13 May 1637
Robart WALKER, weaver, of the Castell Garth, Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]; also spelt Robert
Walker requests to be buried at Newcastle St Nicholas. See DPRI/4/14 ff.204, 234, 244, 246, 248v, 254v, 260v, 264: cause to prove the will, Elizabeth Brantingham, sister v Thomas Finley and Katherine Finley (widow/wife). Proved in solemn form and execution granted to Thomas Finley, co-executor, 13 May 1637.
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B67
DPRI/1/1637/W1/1   27 August 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/W1/2   27 August 1636
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/W1/3   14 September 1636
inventory, actual total £13 16s 6d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £4 8s 6d)
DPRI/1/1637/W1/4   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Elizabeth Brantingham to the witnesses on the part of Thomas and Henry Finley, co-executors
DPRI/1/1637/W2
Anthony WALTON, yeoman, of the Grasefeild (Grayesfeild) within the parish of Alstone (Alston) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Anthoney
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B286
DPRI/1/1637/W2/1   11 April 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/W2/2   14 April 1637
inventory, actual total £57 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £18 11s 6d)
DPRI/1/1637/W3
Thomas WATSON, yeoman, of Westlickburne in the parish of Bedlington and countye pallatyne of Durham [Sleekburn, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B132
DPRI/1/1637/W3/1   14 March 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/W3/2   27 April 1637
indented inventory, actual total £97 8s 2d
DPRI/1/1637/W4
Thomas WEST, yeoman, of Birtley in the countie of Durham [Birtley St John, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W4/1-2   6 December 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/W4/3-4   14 December 1637
inventory, actual total £34 1s (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £12 13s 2d)
DPRI/1/1637/W5
Christabell WHEATLEY, widow, of Kiblesworth in the parish of Lamsley in the county palatine of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B62
DPRI/1/1637/W5/1-2   5 February 1637
will
with contemporaneous list of debts owed to the testator of £38 1s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/W5/3   20 April 1637
inventory, actual total £74 10s (with account of legacies and funeral expenses of £17 10s 10d)
DPRI/1/1637/W6
Thomas WHITE, spurrier, of Crosgate within the chappelry of St Margarets in Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W6/1-2   5 June 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/W6/3   18 July 1637
inventory, actual total £91 5s 5d (with account of debts of £8 5s)
DPRI/1/1637/W7
Margerett WHITFEILD, spinster, of Somerhowse (Somerhouse) in the parish of Gayneford [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Margret. Died November 1633
see DPRI/4/14 ff.295 (Sep 1637), 300, 304v, 309, 310 (Oct 1637), 315: administration granted to William Garth and Edward Alwen.
DPRI/1/1637/W7/1   November 1633
nuncupative will
Subscribed with extract from Probate Act Book relating to a cause to prove the will: Edward Alwen and William Garth v Edward Whitfeild.
DPRI/1/1637/W7/2   11 November 1637
inventory, actual total £45
DPRI/1/1637/W8   24 May 1637
George WILKINSON, merchant, draper, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/14 f.267v: probate granted to Frances Wilkinson, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of the children John, George, Frances and Isabell, 24 May 1637
DPRI/1/1637/W8/1-2   10 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/W8/3   undated
inventory, actual total £352 6s 5d
DPRI/1/1637/W9
James WILSON, clocksmith, clock-maker, of parishe of St Johns in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B173
DPRI/1/1637/W9/1   12 August 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/W9/2   22 November 1636
inventory, actual total £17 1s (with account of debts of £9 3s)
DPRI/1/1637/W10
John WILSON, of Alnewicke (Alnwick, Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1637/W10/3   27 August 1637
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1637/W10/1-2   24 February 1638
inventory, actual total £27 14s 6d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £10 8s 3d)
inventory includes charges for 'clensing and keeping the children while they lived in the sicknesse'
DPRI/1/1637/W11
Richard WILSON, yeoman, of Haughton in the county of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B269
DPRI/1/1637/W11/1   undated
nuncupative will
dated 9 Aug last past [?1628]
DPRI/1/1637/W11/2-3   29 September 1629
inventory, actual total £533 17s 10d
DPRI/1/1637/W12
Edward WOODMAS, of chappelrie of Eshe (Esh) [Esh, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B356
DPRI/1/1637/W12/1-2   17 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/W12/3   27 November 1637
inventory, actual total £147 14s 3d (with account of funeral expenses of £5)
DPRI/1/1637/W13
Raphe WRIGHT, pensioner, of brough of Barwick (Berwicke) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Raph
DPRI/1/1637/W13/1-2   24 November 1637
will
with (undated) list of debts and funeral charges owed by testator of £5 1s 7d
DPRI/1/1637/W13/3   3 February 1638
inventory, actual total £8 19s 4d
DPRI/1/1637/W14
Roger WRIGHT, merchant, of Hartinpoole in the county of Durham [Hartlepool, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W14/1-2   25 April 1637
copy will
DPRI/1/1637/W15
Thomas WRIGHT, merchant, of Hartinpooll (Hartinpoole) within the countie of Durisme [Hartlepool, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W15/1-2   29 October 1621
will
DPRI/1/1637/W16
Barbara WRIGHTSON, widow, of Snawesgreene within the countie of Durham, chappelry of Meddomsley [Medomsley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W16/1   15 January 1638
will
DPRI/1/1637/W16/2   19 February 1638
inventory, actual total £3 10s
DPRI/1/1637/W17
Elizabeth WRYTER, wife of Nicholas Wryter, widow, of Crosgate within the chapelry of St Margarets in Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]; also spelt Writer
DPRI/1/1637/W17/1-2   27 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/W17/3   11 July 1637
inventory, actual total £34 2s 9d
DPRI/1/1637/W18
Francis WYCLIFFE, gentleman, of Preston upon Skearne [Aycliffe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1637/W18/1-3   14 September 1637
inventory
DPRI/1/1637/W19
Lyonell WYNSHOPPE, yeoman, of Welden (Welton) in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Wynshopp
DPRI/1/1637/W19/1   22 November 1632
will
DPRI/1/1637/W19/2   1 February 1638
inventory, actual total £440 5s (with account of debts of £100 12s)
DPRI/1/1637/Y2
Michaell YEATMAN, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of burrough of Berwick (Berwicke) upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Yateman
DPRI/1/1637/Y2/1-2   28 November 1636
will
DPRI/1/1637/Y1
John YELDERD, yeoman, of Ninwicke in the parish of Symondburne (Symonburne) in the countie of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Yealdart
bond: DPRI/3/1637/B383
DPRI/1/1637/Y1/1   4 April 1637
will
DPRI/1/1637/Y1/2   5 June 1637
inventory, actual total £33 7s 4d (with account of a debt of £9 15s)
Wills etc proved 1638
Reference: DPRI/1/1638
DPRI/1/1638/A1   18 April 1638
Cuthbert ALDER, yeoman, of Ulgham in the county of Northumberland [Ulgham, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/A1/1-2   undated
will
with list of debts owed by the testator of £5 6s 8d; probate granted at Morpeth to Elizabeth Alder relict, and William Lawson son-in-law, co-executors, 18 Apr 1638
DPRI/1/1638/A1/3   10 April 1638
inventory, actual total £108 18s 8d
DPRI/1/1638/A2
Francis ALDER, gentleman, of Hobberlaw, Alnewicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B160
DPRI/1/1638/A2/1-2   24 August 1637
inventory
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 272-273

DPRI/1/1638/A3
Kathryn ALDER, widow, of Alnwicke (Alnwick, Alnewick, Alnewicke) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Katherine
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B289
DPRI/1/1638/A3/1   7 October 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/A3/2   11 October 1638
inventory, actual total £62 14s 2d
DPRI/1/1638/A4
William ANDERSON, son of Bartram Anderson, merchant, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/A4/1   2 March 1638
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1638/A5
Margarett ANDREWE, widow, of Shotley Bridge in the parishe of Shotley and county of Northumberland [Shotley, Northumberland]; also spelt Andrew
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B147
DPRI/1/1638/A5/1   23 January 1638
will
with list of debts owed to the testator of £2 17s
DPRI/1/1638/A5/2-3   7 February 1638
inventory, actual total £80 17s 2d (with account of legacies and funeral charges of £25 13s 4d)
DPRI/1/1638/C12
Thomas APPLEBYE, of Lowe Moore within the lordshipp of West Harlsey [Osmotherley, Yorkshire]
The inventory was found with the will of John Crauforth of Osmotherley (DPRI/1/1638/C12/1, 4) to which it appears to bear only a common geographic origin in Osmotherley in the bishop of Durham's ecclesiastical peculiar of Allertonshire; probably filed with the Crauforth will in error. Images of both Applebye and Crauforth probate records will be presented with this record.
DPRI/1/1638/C12/2-3   20 May 1638
inventory, actual total £214 14s 4d (with illegible account of debts)
inventory of debts is illegible (damage)
DPRI/1/1638/A6
Rowland ARCHER, yeoman, of Woodhorne Seaton in the county of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Rolland
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B232
DPRI/1/1638/A6/1-2   25 July 1638
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Mary Archer, relict and sole executrix, to whom was also granted the tuition of five children, 10 Oct 1638
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 274-275

DPRI/1/1638/A6/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £121 5s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £66 15s 9d)
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 275

DPRI/1/1638/A7
Christofer ARMESTRONGE, Upper Throston of the parish of Harte, Nether Throston in the parish of Hart [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Armestrong, Armstrong, Armestrenge
Armestronge owned farms in Upper and Nether Throston, the latter being in the occupation of William Armestronge at the time of making the will; while the inventory identifies Upper Throston as his place of abode.
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B357
DPRI/1/1638/A7/1   18 February 1639
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/A7/2   10 February 1639
inventory, actual total £583 1s 4d (with account of debts of £116 17s)
DPRI/1/1638/A8
John ARROWSMITH, glazier, of Alnwick (Alnewick) [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Arrosmyth
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B277
DPRI/1/1638/A8/1   12 March 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/A9
Gavin AYNSLEY, of Harbotle [Holystone, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/A9/1   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/B3
Richard BAINBRIDGE, yeoman, of Feildestile in the parishe of Stanhope and countie of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbrigg
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B209
DPRI/1/1638/B3/1-2   17 August 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/B3/3   undated
inventory, actual total £35
DPRI/1/1638/B1
Charlles BAINBRIGG, of the Hudgell (Hutgill) in the parish of Medellton (Midleton in Teasdale) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Charles, Bainbrigge, Bambrigg
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B103
DPRI/1/1638/B1/1   13 December 1637
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 273-274

DPRI/1/1638/B1/2-3   26 April 1638
inventory, actual total £50 9s 8d (with account of debts of £2 5s)
DPRI/1/1638/B2
Peter BAINBRIGGE, of Stannigill Heade, parish of Midleton in Teasdale [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbrigg, Bainbridge, Bainbrig
A letter concerning the 1638 probate of Peter Bainbrigge's will was erroneously filed with the 1612 probate records of a person of the same name and parish. This item (formerly DPRI/1/1612/B1/3) has now been renumbered DPRI/1/1638/B2/5, and its catalogue record appears below. For the image of this letter (still with its former reference number), see the images associated with the record - DPRI/1/1612/B1/1
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B113
DPRI/1/1638/B2/1   27 November 1637
will
subscribed with memorandum of an allegation relating to a cause [to prove the will]
DPRI/1/1638/B2/2-3   4 December 1637
inventory, actual total £71 16s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £8 8s)
DPRI/1/1638/B2/4   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Thomas Bainbrig, son, to the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1638/B2/5   8 March 1638
executor's records
letter from Anne Bainbrigge, relict and co-executor, to the Durham Chancellor, authorising her son Roger Bainbrigge, co-executor, to prove the will
[Item formerly misfiled and misnumbered DPRI/1/1612/B1/3]
DPRI/1/1638/B4
Thomas BATES, esquire, of Halliwell of the parishe of Earsden within the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Baites
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B327
DPRI/1/1638/B4/1-2   11 February 1639
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/B5
Dorothie BILTON, widow, of the Hay Close in the countie of Northumberland, Longhorsley [Longhorsley, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B179
DPRI/1/1638/B5/1-2   3 December 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/B6
Abraham BOOETH, of town of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Booth
DPRI/1/1638/B6/1-2   15 January 1638
copy will
DPRI/1/1638/B7
Francis BOWCER, yeoman, of Shilden (Shildon) in the countie of Durham, parish of Awckland St Andrew [Shildon, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B50B
DPRI/1/1638/B7/1   20 January 1638
will
date uncertain
DPRI/1/1638/B7/2-3   16 May 1638
inventory, actual total £63 15s 8d (with account of debts of £11)
DPRI/1/1638/B8
Margeret BRACKENBERY, of Killerbye (Killerbie, Killerby) [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Margret, Brackenbury
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B6A
DPRI/1/1638/B8/1   5 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/B8/2   2 December 1637
inventory, actual total £14 17s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2 14s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/B9
George BRAND, in the house of James Platts at the Queenes Head in Grays Inne (Graies Inn) Lane nere High Holborne in the county of Middlesex, town of Newcastle [Gray's Inn, Middlesex; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B127
DPRI/1/1638/B9/1   13 October 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/B9/3   10 June 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/B9/2   9 August 1638
inventory, actual total £22 15s (with account of debts and funeral charges of £9 16s)
DPRI/1/1638/B10   14 January 1639
Edward BULMER, master and mariner, of parish of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Boulmer
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B309
DPRI/1/1638/B10/1   8 July 1635
copy will
Full edition published together with executor's account in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 261-263

DPRI/1/1638/B10/2   14 January 1639
grant of probate
probate granted to Anne Bulmer, relict and sole executrix
DPRI/1/1638/B10/3-4   24 November 1653
bond to redeliver the original will
penal sum illegble (damaged); the original will was delivered to the deceased's son Edward Bulmer, also a master mariner, for use as evidence in a [civil] suit
DPRI/1/1638/B10/5   undated
seal wrapper
seal wrapper, made from part of a draper's bill referring to Robert Tesdell
DPRI/1/1638/B11
Anas BURDEN, of Shotton with in the parrish of Essington [Shotton, County Durham]; also spelt Ann, Burdon
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B117
DPRI/1/1638/B11/1-2   24 June 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/C1
Sir John CALVERLEY, knight, of Littleburne in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/C1/1   22 April 1638
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/C2
Ann CARR, daughter and heir of Thomas Cooke, carpenter, and Alison Cooke his wife, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Carr made her will when 'inhabiting within a place infected with the plague of pestilence'
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B215
DPRI/1/1638/C2/1-2   28 June 1636
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/C3
Cuthbert CARR, the younger, yeoman, of Westoe in the countie of Durham [Westoe, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/C3/1-2   21 October 1638
will
administration granted to Cuthbert Carr, father and joint overseer, for the use of Cuthbert and Richard Carr, sons and executors; the tuition of Cuthbert and Edward Carr, children, granted to the same Cuthbert Carr, father
DPRI/1/1638/C3/3-4   5 November 1638
inventory, actual total £266 14s 10d
DPRI/1/1638/C4   10 January 1639
James CARR, merchant, of towne and countye of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/15 f.51v: 10 Jan 1639
DPRI/1/1638/C4/1-2   undated
will
dated, 19 Dec
DPRI/1/1638/C4/3-8   4 January 1639
inventory, actual total £3,298 14s 1d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £2,205)
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1638/C5
Robert CHILTON, yeoman, of Breerton (Breaerton) in the parish of Stranton and county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B349
DPRI/1/1638/C5/1-2   30 January 1639
will
DPRI/1/1638/C5/3-4   21 February 1639
inventory, actual total £488 10s 10d (with account of debts of £45 1s 7d)
DPRI/1/1638/C6   27 December 1638
Katheryne CLEARK, of Peggsworth (Pegsworth) [Bothal, Northumberland]; also spelt Katherine, Clark
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B303
DPRI/1/1638/C6/1-2   8 October 1638
will
with list of debts of £7 2s; probate granted at Bothal to Robert Smyth, executor, 27 Dec 1638
DPRI/1/1638/C6/3   22 December 1638
inventory, actual total £40 8s 8d
DPRI/1/1638/C7
Henry CLOUGH, of Eshington (Esshington) [Bothal, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B76
DPRI/1/1638/C7/1   13 April 1638
will
with list of debts of £2 19s 6d
DPRI/1/1638/C7/2   21 May 1638
inventory, actual total £22 13s
probate granted to Margaret Clough, relict and executrix
DPRI/1/1638/C8   10 September 1638
Dorothy COLLINGWOOD, widow [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
see DPRI/4/15 f.31v: administration granted, 10 Sep 1638
DPRI/1/1638/C8/1   27 September 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/C9
Parcevell COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Pruddoe House in the parish of Long Horsley (Longhorsley) in the county of Northumberland [Prudhoe, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B287
DPRI/1/1638/C9/1-2   19 November 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/C10
Marie COMYN, daughters of George Comyn [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Alice, Comyn, Comin
address drawn from DPRI/4/14 f.332; see also 1637 bonds 471 (admon) and 472 (tuition)
DPRI/1/1638/C10/1   undated
account
account of Andrew Whitfeild of the filial portions of Marie and Alice Comyn, children of George Comyn
DPRI/1/1638/C11
John COXSON, yeoman, of Rattonrawe in Riddeseale (Riddseale) in the countie of Northumberlande, Elsdenn [Elsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Cockson, Coxon, Coxen
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B286
DPRI/1/1638/C11/1-2   13 November 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/C11/3-4   10 December 1638
inventory, actual total £12 16s 10d (with account of debts of £4 5s 4d)
DPRI/1/1638/C11/5   14 December 1638
power of attorney
power of attorney of Elianor Coxson, relict and executrix, empowering Thomas Grenewell of Beltingham, son-in-law, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1638/C12
John CRAUFORTH, yeoman, of parish of Osmotherley within the county of Yorke [Osmotherley, Yorkshire]; also spelt Crawforth
The inventory (DPRI/1/1638/C12/2-3) of Thomas Applebye of Osmotherley was found misfiled with the probate records of John Crauforth, and is now refiled in separate folder following that of John Crauforth: images of all the Crauforth and Appleby probate records will be presented with this record.
DPRI/1/1638/C12/1   28 October 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/C12/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1638/C13
William CROSER, of Hunday Hall within the parish of Alstone (Aldstonmoore) [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Crosier, Crosser
DPRI/1/1638/C13/1-2   22 September 1637
will
with inventory, undated, actual total £47 5s 9d (with account of debts of £8 2s)
DPRI/1/1638/C13/3   undated
inventory, actual total £47 6s 6d
DPRI/1/1638/D1
Thomas DICKINSON, yeoman, of Chester in the Streate in the countie of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B204
DPRI/1/1638/D1/1   3 July 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/D1/2   24 July 1638
inventory, actual total £148 19s 4d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £58 19s 4d)
DPRI/1/1638/D2
Anthonie DIXON, weaver, of Wolsingham in the countie of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B102
DPRI/1/1638/D2/1-2   23 April 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/D2/3   7 June 1638
inventory, actual total £44 18s 5d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £9 3s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/D3
George DONNATSON, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/D3/1-2   19 May 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/D3/3   25 May 1638
inventory, actual total £128 16s
DPRI/1/1638/D4
Thomas DOWTHWAIT, of Hellmeden Raw (Helmeden Rawe) [Brancepeth, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/D4/1   4 August 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/D5
Anne DUDLEY, widow, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B380
DPRI/1/1638/D5/1   20 July 1632
will
DPRI/1/1638/D5/2-3   14 January 1639
inventory, actual total £96 16s 8d
DPRI/1/1638/E1
Anthony EDEN, of Carlton in the county of Durham and parish of Redmarshall [Redmarshall, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/E1/1-2   5 November 1638
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 276

DPRI/1/1638/E1/3-4   14 November 1638
inventory, actual total £22 13s 4d
DPRI/1/1638/E2
Gen EDONE, of Gatsid (Gateshead) [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Jane, Edon
DPRI/1/1638/E2/1-2   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/E3
William EDWARDS, burgess [of Berwick-upon-Tweed], of Barwicke uppon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Edward
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B275
DPRI/1/1638/E3/1-2   4 August 1634
will
DPRI/1/1638/E3/3   19 June 1638
inventory, actual total £133 10s 2d
inventory of household and shop goods etc.
DPRI/1/1638/E4   19 June 1638
William ELRINGTON, gentleman, esquire, of Elrington in the parish of Haydon (Hadon) and countye of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellerington
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B92
DPRI/1/1638/E4/1-2   18 February 1638
will
Subscribed with (undated) list of debts owed to (£73 13s 11d) and owed by (£46) the testator. Also subscribed with memorandum of 16 Jan 1680 Chancery case: George Elrington v John Elrington. Endorsed: 19 June 1638, Thomas B [?Burrell] MA, John [Elrington] father [and sole executor]
DPRI/1/1638/E4/3-4   undated
inventory, actual total £301 14s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £96 13s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/E5
Robert ELSTOBB, gentleman, of Newton Capp in the county of Durhame [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/E5/1-2   20 January 1638
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/E5/3-5   1 February 1638
inventory of goods etc. at Foxton
with inventory of goods at Newton Cap, 2 February 1638, actual total £597 6s 2d (with account of debts of £251)
DPRI/1/1638/E6
Robert EMBLETON, of Newstead [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B64
DPRI/1/1638/E6/1-2   19 April 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/E7   2 July 1638
Ursula ERRINGTON, Wharnley in the parishe of Warden and county of Northumberlande, the Hirste (Hirst, Hyrst) in the parish of Woodhorne in the county of Northumberlande, Stonecroft [Warden, Northumberland; Woodhorn, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B106
DPRI/1/1638/E7/1   22 December 1634
will
inventory exhibited and probate granted (by Henry Johnson, rector of Bothal) at the Hirste [Hurst] in Woodhorn to Dorothie Errington spinster, sister and sole executrix, 2 July 1638
DPRI/1/1638/E7/2-3   4 July 1638
inventory, actual total £369 18s 10d (with account of debts and funeral charges of £91 10s)
[exhibited, 2 July 1638]
DPRI/1/1638/E7/7-8   12 June 1638
caveat in the form of a letter
letter from Thomas Burwell [Durham Chancellor] to Ezekiel Cuthbert at Morpeth, warning that probate of the will should not proceed without the authority of either Burwell or Henry Errington
DPRI/1/1638/E7/5-6   26 June 1638
letter
letter from Thomas Burwell at Shields [Durham Chancellor] to Ezekiel Cuthbert at Morpeth, relating to the probate of the will, which probate was formerly delayed at the caveat of Henry Errington who wished to be present at the proving of the will, and directing that notice (by process or by letter) of probate should be given to Errington and his proctor Mr Sissons (replacing Mr Church in his absence); Burwell being about to voyage south from Shields.
DPRI/1/1638/E7/4   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of Henry Errington esquire to the witnesses on the part of Dorothy Errington, executrix
DPRI/1/1638/F1
Christopher FAIRALLIS, skinner, glover, of towne and countie of Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Fareles
DPRI/1/1638/F1/1-2   23 December 1637
will
annotated in pencil [in error], 23 Dec 1638
DPRI/1/1638/F1/3   15 November 1638
inventory, actual total £9 5s 4d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £14 15s)
DPRI/1/1638/F2
John FARROWE, yeoman, of Whitworth in the countie of Durham [Whitworth, County Durham]; also spelt Farrow
DPRI/1/1638/F2/1-2   5 August 1638
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/F2/3   31 August 1638
inventory, actual total £189 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £63 13s)
DPRI/1/1638/F3
Ellynor FENWICK, spinster, of towne and countie of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B379
DPRI/1/1638/F3/1   20 August 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/F4
Luke FENWICKE, of parish of Stamfordham, East Matfen (Matfenne) [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
DPRI/1/1638/F4/1   10 January 1639
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1638/F4/2-3   24 January 1639
inventory, actual total £63 (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £29)
DPRI/1/1638/F5
Pexall FORSTER, of cittye of Durham, chapelry of St Margaret [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/F5/1-2   27 October 1634
will
DPRI/1/1638/F6
Thomas FORSTER, gentleman, of Lyham in the county of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]; also spelt Foster
DPRI/1/1638/F6/1-2   14 November 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/F6/3-4   9 December 1637
inventory, actual total £331 17s
DPRI/1/1638/F7
Thomas FORSTER, of Newham, Balmebrough [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B165
DPRI/1/1638/F7/1   16 July 1638
inventory
DPRI/1/1638/F8
Katherine FORTUNE, late wife of George Fortune, gentleman, sometime wife of Edward Allen of Gateshead, master and mariner, widow, of Gateside (Gateshead) in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Katherin
DPRI/1/1638/F8/1   2 January 1632
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 238-239

DPRI/1/1638/F9/1-3   20 August 1638
indented inventory, actual total £118 15s (with account of funeral expenses of £10 15s)
DPRI/1/1638/F10
Edward FRENCH, saddler, of towne and county of Newcastle uppon Tyne (Newcastell upon Tine) [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/F10/1-2   30 January 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/F10/3-4   7 June 1638
inventory, actual total £138 6s 2d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £150)
DPRI/1/1638/G1
Jane GASKINE, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Gaskoyne, Jaine, Gascoyne
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B346
DPRI/1/1638/G1/1-2   28 September 1638
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Henry Heron (Herron), executor, 6 Feb 1639
DPRI/1/1638/G1/3   18 October 1638
inventory, actual total £6 14s (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £4 2s)
DPRI/1/1638/G2
John GIBSON, blacksmith, of Midleton in Teasedaile (Teasdaile, Teasdale) within the countye of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B210
DPRI/1/1638/G2/1   4 August 1638
will
with codicil, undated
will proved 4 Oct 1638 by the oaths of two witnesses, the relict Jane Gibson also renouncing administration; with additional memorandum relating that the codicil was not proved, nor was execution of the will or administration of the estate granted, the relict Jane Gibson nevertheless was sworn to exhibit an inventory within the month
DPRI/1/1638/G2/2-3   11 October 1638
inventory, actual total £41 12s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £41 11s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/G3   9 May 1638
Edward GLENDENING, of Rothley, Hartburne [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Glendining, Glendininge
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B40
DPRI/1/1638/G3/1   28 December 1638
will
With contemporary list of debts owed to testator of £19 1s 6d; date in Dec 1638 uncertain [?recte 1637]. Probate granted at Morpeth to John Glendining, brother and executor, 9 May 1638.
DPRI/1/1638/G3/2   24 April 1638
inventory, actual total £19 15s 4d
DPRI/1/1638/G4
William GRAY, gentleman, of Fenwick (Fenwicke) within the chappelrie of Kiloe and county pallatine of Durham [Kyloe, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B186
DPRI/1/1638/G4/1   7 March 1630
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 222

DPRI/1/1638/G4/2-3   24 July 1638
inventory, actual total £107 7s 2d
DPRI/1/1638/G5
Edmond GRENE, yeoman, of Haydon in the countye of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Greine
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B145
DPRI/1/1638/G5/1-2   20 March 1637
will
with inventory, 4 April 1638, actual total £25 3s 4d
will is subscribed with a list of debts owed by (£7 9s) and owed to (15s 8d) the testator
DPRI/1/1638/G6
Dorithie GRICE, widow, of Bishop Aucland (Awkland, Aukland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Gryce, Dorrythy, Gryse
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B48
DPRI/1/1638/G6/1-2   20 July 1628
will
DPRI/1/1638/G6/3   undated
inventory, actual total £4 10s
DPRI/1/1638/H1
Edward HALL, gentleman, of Falleles (Falleleyes, Fally Lees) in the parish of Roathbury and county of Northumberland [Rothbury, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1638/H1/1   2 October 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H1/2   7 December 1638
inventory, actual total £193 4s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £115 10s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/H2
George HALL, husbandman, of Greatham in the county palatine of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B195
DPRI/1/1638/H2/1-2   3 September 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H2/3   24 September 1638
inventory, actual total £107 7s 8d
DPRI/1/1638/H3   31 October 1638
John HALL, esquire, of Otterburn (Otterburne) in the libertie of Ridsdall and countie of Northumberland [Otterburn, Northumberland]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B230
DPRI/1/1638/H3/1   17 October 1638
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Nicholas Hall, son and executor, 31 Oct 1638
DPRI/1/1638/H3/2   24 October 1638
inventory, actual total £174 6s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £10 6s 8d)
DPRI/1/1638/H4
Robert HALL, yeoman, of Traffetthill (Traffordhill) within the parrish of Egscliffe (Eglescliffe) and county of Durham [Egglescliffe, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B212
DPRI/1/1638/H4/1   11 June 1635
will
endorsed: 'all that is left of Robert Hall will the 5 July 1638: geven me to kep[.] C:H:'
DPRI/1/1638/H4/2-4   11 July 1638
inventory, actual total £517 18s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £440 10s)
DPRI/1/1638/H5
Ellinor HARTON, [late] wife of Ambrose Harton of North Shields, widow, of Northsheeles (Shelds, Sheiles) in the countie of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Elinor
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B104
DPRI/1/1638/H5/1   23 June 1637
will
DPRI/1/1638/H5/2-3   21 June 1638
inventory, actual total £52 19s 6d (with account of debts of £6)
DPRI/1/1638/H6
John HAXLEY, yeoman, of Ryton (Riton) in the countie of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Haxleye, Haxlay
DPRI/1/1638/H6/1   28 August 1634
will
DPRI/1/1638/H6/2   21 November 1638
inventory, actual total £98 5s 8d (with account of funeral expenses of £10)
DPRI/1/1638/H7
Arthur HEBBORRNE, esquire, of Hebborne [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Hebborne, Hebburne
DPRI/1/1638/H7/1-2   19 August 1636
will
Full edition published in Wood, H.M. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part IV" (Surtees Society, number 142, 1929, reprinted 1968), p 269-270

DPRI/1/1638/H7/3-7   1636
inventory, actual total £711 12s 2d
DPRI/1/1638/H8
Elizabeth HERON, of chapelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Hearon
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B91
DPRI/1/1638/H8/1   4 April 1638
inventory
administration granted to John Grene
DPRI/1/1638/H9   2 April 1638
Henry HESLERIGGE, gentleman, of Swarland within the parishe of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Heslerig, Heslerigg, Heslrigg
DPRI/1/1638/H9/1   20 March 1638
will
probate granted at Morpeth to Robert Heslerigge esquire and William Heslerigg gentleman, co-executors, to whom was also granted the tuition to Joseph Heslerigge, illegitimate son, 2 Apr 1638
DPRI/1/1638/H11
John HESLOP, vicar of Tynemouth, clerk, of Tynmouth [Tynemouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Heslopp
see DPRI/4/15 f.1: 19 Mar 1639
DPRI/1/1638/H11/1-2   14 January 1638
inventory
administration granted to William Heslopp, brother
DPRI/1/1638/H10
Robert HESLRIG, esquire, of Swarland in the parishe of Felton [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Heslerig, Heslerigge, Heslerigg, Heslerige
DPRI/1/1638/H10/1-2   29 December 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H10/3   15 January 1639
inventory, actual total £182 9s 8d
DPRI/1/1638/H12
Willyam HETT, of Over Throston in the parish of Hart in the countie of Durham [Hart, County Durham]; also spelt Het
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B110
DPRI/1/1638/H12/1-2   22 September 1636
will
DPRI/1/1638/H12/3   26 June 1638
inventory, actual total £370 15s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £68)
DPRI/1/1638/H13
Anthony HILLS, mariner and master, master and mariner, of South Sheeles in the countie of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B378
DPRI/1/1638/H13/1   17 March 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H13/2   14 June 1638
inventory, actual total £84 5s 3d
DPRI/1/1638/H14
John HODGSON, yeoman, of parishe of Hamsterley (Hampsterley) and within the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/H14/1   10 February 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H14/2   14 April 1638
inventory, actual total £9 (with account of debts of 11d)
DPRI/1/1638/H15
Richard HODGSON, yeoman, of Whickham within the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1638/H15/1-2   undated
will
DPRI/1/1638/H15/3   10 May 1638
inventory, actual total £125 1s 8d (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £23 18s 4d)
DPRI/1/1638/H16
George HODSHON, merchant, merchant adventurer, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Hodgson, Hodshonn
testator requests to be buried at Newcastle All Saints
bond: DPRI/3/1638/B72
DPRI/1/1638/H16/1-4   26 May 1638
will
DPRI/1/1638/H16/5-8   6 June 1638
inventory, actual total £2,044 14s 4d (with account of debts, legacies and funeral expenses of £189 6s 9d)
actual total of legacies includes only the first year of a £10 annuity; funeral expenses also include those for Anne Hodshon, daughter, 'who died about six months after' the testator
DPRI/1/1638/H17   May 1638
Jacob HONLEY, [curate of Middleton in Teesdale], clerk, of Midelton in Teasedale (Teasdaill, Midleton in Teasdale) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
See DPRI/4/15 f.10: May 1638. See also Transactions of the Cumberland &am