Durham Probate Records: pre-1858 original wills and inventories (1700-1725)
Introduction
Contents
Arrangement
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DPR1/1
Title: Durham Probate Records: pre-1858 original wills and inventories (1700-1725)
Dates of creation: 1700-1725
Extent: 9 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

For a bibliography of Useful texts relating to these and other probate records, with links to online full text where available, see the North East Inheritance project pages.

Catalogue

Wills etc proved 1700
Reference: DPRI/1/1700
DPRI/1/1700/A1   11 December 1700
Robert ADAMSON, mason, of South Street in the suburbes of the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £12: DPRI/3/1700/B253/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A1/1-2   27 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A1/3   undated
inventory, actual total 15s 6d
DPRI/1/1700/A2   30 October 1700
Robert ALBON, of Hebburn (Hebburne in the county of Northumberland) [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A2/1   3 October 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/A3   3 January 1701
Nicholas ALBURNE, yeoman, of Reshels in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Alburn
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1700/B270/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A3/1   27 April 1700
will
will and brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1700/A4   25 January 1701
Ralph ALDERSON, of (Stony flatt in the parish of) Bishopton in the county palatine of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B277/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A4/1   21 January 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory and 25 Jan 1701 brief account of debts, rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/A5   12 February 1701
William ALLISON, day-labourer, of Eaglesclife (Eglescliff) in the cunty of Durham [Egglescliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1700/B294/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A5/1   27 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A5/2   10 February 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/A6   13 May 1700
John ANDERSON, yeoman, of Horncliff (Hornecliffe) Lane End in the county of Durham, parish of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B46/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A6/1-2   2 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A6/3-4   29 April 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/A7   28 October 1700
William ARCHBOULD, gentleman, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B204/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A7/1-2   2 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A8   31 October 1700
William ARMORER, wine-cooper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B219/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A8/1-2   31 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/A8/3   9 September 1700
inventory
inventory, subscribed 'debts owing to the deters as yet not received'
DPRI/1/1700/A9   16 May 1700
William ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Nether Hericks in the parish of Symonburne and county of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Armestrong
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A9/1   9 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A9/2   15 May 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/A10   20 April 1700
John ATKINSON, the younger, yeoman, of Heighington in the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B22/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B23/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A10/1-2   2 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/A10/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/A11   26 November 1700
Peter AUGHTON, quarryman, of Eighton Banks, chappelry of Lamesley [Eighton Banks, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B241/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A11/1-2   21 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/A11/3   25 November 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory and brief account of the funeral charge
DPRI/1/1700/A12   5 February 1701
Nicholas AYRE, tobacconist, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B284/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/A12/1-2   6 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B1   4 May 1700
John BAKER, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B1/1   4 November 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B2   25 May 1700
Francis BARKER, yeoman, of Windleston (Winddleston in the parish of St Andrew Awckland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B2/1-2   30 September 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/B3   3 June 1700
Jedidiah BATES, barber-surgeon, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Jedediah, Baites
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B103/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B3/1-2   26 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/B3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/B4   14 May 1700
John BELL, of Ellford, parish of Balmbrough (Balmebrough) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B197/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B4/1   18 January 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/B4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/B5   7 October 1700
William BELL, gentleman, of Elsewick [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B191/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B5/1-2   24 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B6   16 May 1700
George BIRKETT, yeoman, of parish of haltwhisle (Haltwesle) and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B6/1   26 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B6/2   11 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B7   11 April 1700
Ann BLENKISHIP, widow, of Bishopton in the county of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]; also spelt Blenkishipe, Blenkishipp, Blenkinsop
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B11/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B7/1-2   12 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B7/3   undated
inventory
inventory and brief account of funeral expenses and debts
DPRI/1/1700/B8   1 April 1700
Ann BOWER, widow, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B32/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B8/1-2   18 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B9   21 September 1700
Robert BOWES, merchant, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B190/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B9/1-2   14 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B9/3-4   17 October 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B10   25 October 1700
John BOWNUS, of Heworth within the parish of Ayckliff (Aicckliffe) [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Bonus, Bowniss
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B196/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B10/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B11   25 February 1701
Hosea BRADFORTH, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham (in parihs of St Andrew Awckland) [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B297/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B11/1   11 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1700/B11/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/B12   12 August 1700
Thomas BRANDLING, gentleman, of Alnewicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B167/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B12/1-2   24 November 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/B13   25 July 1700
Richard BRICE, felt-maker, of city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas in the citty of Durham) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B150/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B13/1-2   24 July 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B13/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B14   9 September 170010 July 1702
William BROUGH, yeoman, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham (in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth) [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B183/1-2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B102
DPRI/1/1700/B14/1   23 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B15   15 May 1700
Henry BROWN, Browne, yeoman, of Creswell in the parish of Woodhorne and county of Northumberland [Cresswell, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1700/B15/1   24 October 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/B16   30 October 1700
Thomas BROWNE, scrivener, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B220/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B16/1   29 August 1698
copy will
DPRI/1/1700/B16/2   30 October 1700
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1700/B16/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/B17   17 May 1700
Nicholas BRYAN, gentleman, of Sunderland by the Sea (in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth) in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B17/1-2   8 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B18   15 May 1700
John BURLISON, blacksmith, of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Burlisone, Burletson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B18/1   8 January 1700
will
Dated in the New Style.
DPRI/1/1700/B18/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/B19   29 October 1700
William BURRELL, gentleman, of Bassendon (Bassington in the parish of Egglingham) [Eglingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B208/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B19/1-2   19 February 1700
copy inventory
with inventory, 23 February 1700
copy inventory and 23 Feb 1700 inventory taken at Buston
DPRI/1/1700/B20   29 November 1700
Cudbert BURTON, yeoman, of Bishopp Midleham in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthbert
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B20/1   9 April 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/B20/2   27 November 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/B21   5 June 1700
John BYERLEY, yeoman, of Wolsingham (Woolsingham) in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Byerly
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B110/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B21/1   15 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B22   15 July 1700
Frances BYRLETSON, spinster, of Wood-horn in the county of Northumberland (Woodhorne) [Woodhorn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1700/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/B22/1-2   7 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/B22/3   13 July 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C1   1 November 1700
Dorothy CHRISSOP, spinster, of Birkley in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Chollerton [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Chrissopp, Kirsop
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B228/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C1/1-2   25 April 1692
will
DPRI/1/1700/C1/3   25 April 1692
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C2   12 June 1700
John CLARKE, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B120/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C2/1   4 December 1699
copy inventory
copy inventory with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/C3   14 May 1700
John CLAY, yeoman, of Shipley in the parish of Eglingham (Egglingham) and county of Northumberland [Eglingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B48/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C3/1   4 October 1699
copy inventory
copy inventory and brief account of rent, servants wages, seedsowing and housekeeping
DPRI/1/1700/C4   29 July 1700
John COATSWORTH, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cotesworth
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1700/B158/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C4/1-2   18 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C5   16 May 1700
Dorothy COCKSON, widow, of Hedley on the hill in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Coxon
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C5/1-2   11 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C6   4 June 1700
Thomas CONN, yeoman, of Low Consclife (Conscliffe) in the county of Durham [Low Coniscliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B107/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C6/1-2   21 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C6/3   29 May 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C7
Elizabeth COOKE, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cook
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C7/1-2   29 July 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C8   24 August 1700
Thomas COOKE, anchor-smith, of South Sheels West Panns in the county of Durham, chappelry of St Hilda [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B177/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C8/1-2   20 August 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C9   29 July 1700
Thomas COPELAND, basket-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Copland
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B153/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C9/1   23 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C9/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/C10   5 July 1700
Elizabeth COWLEY, widow, of Heighington within the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1700/B138/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C10/1   19 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C11   4 December 1700
William CROFT, yeoman, of Brough close House in the county of Durham (in the parish of Ayclicffe) [Aycliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C11/1   7 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C11/2   1 June 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/C12   30 July 1698
Margaret CURREY, widow, of Grange (grainge) house in the county of Northumberland, parish of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Curry
Bondsman in 1701 bond is Ralph Brandling esquire, the nominated executor.
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B272/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C12/1   2 April 1696
will
will, with memorandum relating that probate issued 30 July 1698, and that a bond was introduced 13 Jan 1701 (see DPRI/3/1700/B272/1-2)
DPRI/1/1700/C13   7 February 1701
Matthew CURREY, gentleman, of Blyth (Blythe) Panns in the countie of Durham, parish of Bedlington [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Mathew, Curry
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B293/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/C13/1   31 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/C13/2-3   7 March 1701
inventory
inventory, with covering note from Robert Hesilrigge at South Shields to Mr Peter Burrell 'at his house in Durham', dated 8 Feb 1706
DPRI/1/1700/C13/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/D1   18 January 1701
Abraham DIXON, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]. Died 11 November 1700
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1700/B283/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/D1/1-2   2 June 1694
will
DPRI/1/1700/D1/3-4   13 January 1701
renunciation
DPRI/1/1700/D2   27 April 1700
George DIXON, yeoman, of Cunneyard (Conyards) in the county of Durham, in the parish of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B30/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/D2/1-2   15 May 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/D2/3   20 April 1700
renunciation
DPRI/1/1700/D2/4   16 April 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent, wages, debts and legacies
DPRI/1/1700/D3   19 July 1700
James DOD, yeoman, of Burnbank (Burne Banks) in the chapelry of Bellingham and county of Northumberland [Bellingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/D3/1-2   21 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/D3/3   24 May 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/D4   28 June 170025 April 1704
David DOUGLASS, master and mariner, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Douglas
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B127/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B128/1-2
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B25
DPRI/1/1700/D4/1-2   21 November 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/D4/3   27 June 1700
nuncupative proxy of renunciation
nuncupative proxy of one executrix, incapacitated by illness, nominating the other executrix to take out administration
DPRI/1/1700/E1   16 May 1700
Edward ELLOTT, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B85/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/E1/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/E2   1 November 1700
John ERRINGTON, yeoman, of Newbrough in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Warden) [Newbrough, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B226/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/E2/1-2   21 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/E2/3   4 October 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/F1   29 June 1700
Christopher FAWCETT, gentleman, of Lambton in the county of Durham (in the parish of Chester in le Street) [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B131/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F1/1-2   4 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/F1/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/F2   25 May 1700
Sibell FELL, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Sybell
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B102/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F2/1-2   22 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/F3   19 December 1700
Sibell FELL, spinster, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Sybell
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B261/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F3/1-2   23 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/F4   19 December 1700
John FEWLER, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tine (chapplery of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £12: DPRI/3/1700/B263/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F4/1-2   17 December 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/F5   25 May 1700
Robert FEWSTER, of Whittinstall (Whittonstall) in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Bywell Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B90/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F5/1-2   10 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/F5/3   20 May 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/F6   10 October 1700
John FORSTER, draper, tailor, of Elvett in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1700/B189/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F6/1-2   7 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/F7   29 November 1700
Mary FREVILE, spinster, late of South Biddick in the countie of Durham, now of Hardwick in the countie of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham; Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Marie
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B246/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F7/1   2 March 1691
will
DPRI/1/1700/F7/2-3
codicil
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1700/F7/4   July 1692
codicil
DPRI/1/1700/F7/5   25 June 1700
codicil
DPRI/1/1700/F7/6   24 August 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/F8   18 January 1701
Henry FRIZELL, yeoman, of Crossgate in the county of Durham (in the chapplery of St Margaret in Durham) [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1700/B275/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/F8/1   25 March 1696
will
DPRI/1/1700/F8/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/G1   29 October 1700
John GARRETT, of Shilbottle [Shilbottle, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B209/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G1/1   30 May 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/G2   13 May 1700
John GIBSON, tanner, of Alnwicke (Alnwick) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G2/1-2   2 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/G2/3-4   13 May 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/G3   19 June 1700
Ralph GIBSON, blacksmith, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B211/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G3/1-2   5 January 1695
will
DPRI/1/1700/G3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/G4   8 November 1700
Thomas GIBSON, of Yetlington in the parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £420: DPRI/3/1700/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G4/1   8 November 1700
renunciation
proxy of renunciation
DPRI/1/1700/G4/2-3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/G5   30 April 1700
William GIBSON, senior, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G5/1-2   1 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/G5/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/G6   29 April 1700
Richard GILPIN, doctor of physic, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G6/1   8 February 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/G7   27 April 1700
John GOODCHILDE, yeoman, of Rivehope (Ryhopp) in the county of Durham, parish of Bishopwearmouth [Ryhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B29/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/G7/1   1 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/G7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/H1   8 May 1700
Persavill HAMLETON, yeoman, of Longnewton in the county of Durham [Longnewton, County Durham]; also spelt Persevill, Parcival, Hambleton, Parcevell
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1700/B93/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H1/1   5 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/H1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/H2   31 October 170018 June 1705
Jane HANKIN, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B221/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B222/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B73
DPRI/1/1700/H2/1-2   11 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/H2/3-4   13 September 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H3   1 November 1700
Grace HARBOTTLE, widow, of Swinhoe in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Balmebrough) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B225/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H3/1-2   17 November 1680
will
DPRI/1/1700/H4   31 January 1701
Robert HARDING, gentleman, of Hollinside in the county of Durham (in the parish of Whickham) [Whickham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B276/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H4/1   28 January 1701
renunciation
proxy of several of the next of kin nominating Ralph Harding, his eldest brother, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1700/H4/2   19 November 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H5   14 May 1700
John HARPER, vicar of Northallerton, clerk, of North-Allerton in the county of York [Northallerton, Yorkshire]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H5/1-2   17 March 1694
will
DPRI/1/1700/H6   17 August 1700
Roger HARPER, of Greatusworth (Greate Usworth) in the parish of Washington and county of DUrham [Washington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B172/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H6/1   9 August 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H7   5 June 1700
Mary HEAD, spinster, of Sedgefield (Sedgfield) [Sedgefield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H7/1-2   22 August 1699
will
will in the form of an assignment of a bond for the maintenance of a child
DPRI/1/1700/H7/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/H8   7 March 1701
Joseph HELLIER, gentleman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B300/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H8/1   29 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/H9   29 October 1700
Ralph HENDERSON, yeoman, of Shilbotell (Shilbottle) in the county of Northumberland [Shilbottle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B206/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H9/1-2   8 February 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/H10   26 September 1700
Robert HEPPELL, yeoman, of parish of Hartburne; South Middleton [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland; Ilderton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B249/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H10/1   6 September 1700
commission
commission to John Hartis (vicar of Bywell St Peter) and John Stuart (curate of Ovingham), to execute an annexed bond [see DPRI/3/1700/B249/1-2], administer an oath and to grant administration to Elizabeth Heppell, relict of Robert Heppell, intestate; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at Ovingham) 26 Sep 1700
DPRI/1/1700/H10/2   16 September 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent, wages, and debts
DPRI/1/1700/H11   29 July 1700
William HILLS, upholsterer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B156/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H11/1-2   12 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/H11/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H12   3 April 1700
John HINDMARSH, master and mariner, of North Sheelds [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H12/1   25 March 1700
will
will dated 13 January 1700 (New Style), with 3 Apr 1700 memorandum relating the confirmation and witnessing of the will on 25 Mar 1700
DPRI/1/1700/H13   15 August 1700
Stephen HODGSON, barber-surgeon, of citty of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgshon
will bond: DPRI/3/1700/B193/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H13/1-2   10 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/H14   3 June 1700
William HODGSON, alderman, mercer, alderman, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hodshon, Hodgshon
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B118/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H14/1-2   6 January 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/H15   10 June 1700
Elizabeth HORNE, widow, of Bowes Close in Harwood, parish of Middleton in Teasdale (Teasdaile) [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Horn
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H15/1-2   5 February 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/H16   22 February 1701
John HUDSON, of parish of Newburne (Walbottle) [Newburn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B296/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H16/1   19 February 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H17   22 February 1701
Mary HUDSON, widow, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B295/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H17/1-2   30 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1700/H17/3   7 February 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H18   3 March 1701
John HULL, shoemaker, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B299/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H18/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H19   30 January 1701
John HUSBAND, pewterer, of chaplery of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B282/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H19/1   3 February 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H20   29 July 1700
William HUSBAND, pewterer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B155/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H20/1   16 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/H21   27 November 1700
John HUTCHINSON, joiner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B244/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/H21/1-2   2 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/J1   31 December 1700
Abraham JEWITT, yeoman, of Winlaton Mill, parish of Ryton [Winlaton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B268/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/J1/1   30 December 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/J2   15 May 1700
Ephraim JOHNSON, yeoman, of Newbiggin(Newbigin) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Woodhorne [Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B62/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/J2/1-2   30 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/J2/3-4   11 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/J3   15 May 1700
Thomas JOHNSON, yeoman, of Newbiggin (Newbigin) in the parish of Woodhorn (Woodhorne) and county of Northumberland [Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B71/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/J3/1-2   22 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/J3/3   11 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/J4   27 May 1700
Richard JURDESON, yeoman, of Easington (Easeington) in the county of Durham [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Jurdison
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B97/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/J4/1-2   20 December 1694
will
DPRI/1/1700/J4/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/K2   16 May 1700
Robert KELL, of the Heugh (Hugh), parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/K2/1   21 January 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/K2/2   1699
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/K1   24 October 1700
Richard KINLESIDE, skinner, glover, of Elvett [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Keenlyside
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B195/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/K1/1   23 October 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/K3   13 April 1700
Thomas KIRKBEY, cordwainer, of Lanchester in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Kirkby
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B16/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/K3/1-2   14 June 1695
will
DPRI/1/1700/K3/3-4   11 April 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/L1   17 April 1700
Clement LADLER, mercer, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B122/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/L1/1-2   24 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/L2   15 May 1700
Jane LAW, late wife to Thomas Law senior of Berwick-upon-Tweed, widow, of brough of Barwicke upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1700/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/L2/1-2   26 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/L2/3   9 January 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/L3   25 July 1700
Francis LILLEY, mariner, of North Sheilds (North Sheeles in the parish of Tynmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Lilly
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1700/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/L3/1   6 January 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/L4   19 June 1700
William LOCK, gentleman, of Alnewick [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B125/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/L4/1-2   9 July 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/L5   25 August 1700
Nicholas LOWES, of Ridley-Hall in the parish of Haltwesle (Haltwhistle) [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1700/B176/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/L5/1   21 June 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/M3   18 July 1700
John MACHON, gentleman, of South street in the suburbe of the city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B144/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M3/1   4 January 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/M1   12 August 1700
Ralph MADDISON, gentleman, of Washington in county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B171/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M1/1-2   23 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/M2   14 October 1700
George MARLEY, yeoman, of Evenwood (Eavenwood) in the county of Durham (in the chapplery of St Hellen Awckland) [Evenwood, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1700/B192/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M2/1-2   22 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/M2/3   30 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/M4   16 August 1700
Edward MATTHEWS, of South Sheels within the parish of Jarroe [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1700/B170/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M4/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/M5   24 August 1700
Nicholas MAUGHAN, yeoman, of TedCastle in the parish of Hadon (Haydon) and county of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B175/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M5/1-2   5 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/M6   9 December 1700
Matthew MIDLETON, butcher, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Mathew, Middleton
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B252/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M6/1-2   5 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/M7   5 August 1700
George MIDLETON, butcher, of city of Durham (Sadler street in the parish of St Nicholasin Durham) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Middleton
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B174/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M7/1-2   24 December 1695
will
DPRI/1/1700/M8   10 March 1701
William MILBOURNE, house-carpenter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Milbourn, Milbone, Milburne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B302/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M8/1-2   17 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/M8/3-4   10 March 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/M9   23 November 1700
Ralph MILBURNE, yeoman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1700/B245/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M9/1   2 June 1700
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1700/M9/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/M10   14 May 1700
Robert MILBURNE, yeoman, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B57/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M10/1-2   15 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/M11   31 October 1700
Margret MOOR, widow, of Whalton in the countey of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Moore
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B217/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/M11/1   21 January 1695
will
DPRI/1/1700/N1   13 May 1700
Isabel NESBITT, widow of Mathew Nesbit of Shorewood East Houses in the county palatine of Durham, widow, Shorewood East houses in the county pallatine of Durham, parish of Norham, Felkington in the parish of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Nesbit
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/N1/1-2   22 January 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/N2   7 January 1701
John NEVIN, yeoman, of the Steel in the lordship of Ridley, and parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B271/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/N2/1-2   10 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/N2/3   30 December 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/N4   20 July 1700
John NICHOLSON, anchor-smith, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/N4/1-2   18 July 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/N5   20 December 1700
Ralph NICHOLSON, weaver, of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B264/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/N5/1   26 December 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/N3   15 May 1700
John NICOLSON, of Herterton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Hartburne [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Nicholson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/N3/1   14 February 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/N3/2-3   undated
inventory of debts, actual total £28 3s
with inventory, undated, actual total £35 9s (with account of debts and funeral charges of £27 12s and more)
inventory of debts owing to the deceased; with inventory of goods etc.
DPRI/1/1700/O1   8 April 1700
Alice ORDE, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ord
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B38/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/O1/1-2   13 June 1695
will
DPRI/1/1700/O1/3   8 April 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/O2   1 June 1700
Robert ORDE, yeoman, of Wittongilbert in the county of Durham [Witton Gilbert, County Durham]; also spelt Ord
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1700/B96/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/O2/1-2   12 August 1698
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/O3   9 November 1700
John OTWAY, master and mariner, of South Sheels (Sheilds) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B232/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/O3/1-2   30 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/O3/3   2 November 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/P1   30 April 1700
Issable PARKE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabel
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B39/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/P1/1   26 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/P1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/P2   15 May 1700
Henry PEARSON, yeoman, of Hurst in the county of Northumberland, parish of Woodhorne [Woodhorn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B59/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/P2/1-2   5 July 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/P2/3   26 February 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/P3   1 June 1700
Thomas POTTS, yeoman, of Long Benton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/P3/1-2   21 May 1700
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1700/R1   15 May 1700
Anne RAILSTON, spinster, of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Woodhorne) [Widdrington, Northumberland]; also spelt Ann, Rayleston
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B75/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R1/1-2   31 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/R1/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/R2   2 July 1700
Catherine RAMSAY, widow, of South Sheells (Sheeles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Katherine
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B133/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R2/1-2   3 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/R3   19 June 1700
Richard RANSON, yeoman, of South Biddick (in the parish of Houghton in the Spring) in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B123/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R3/1-2   11 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/R4   10 March 1701
John REED, tobacconist, of town and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B303/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R4/1-2   6 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1700/R5   29 October 1700
Cuthbert RENWICK, of Howick in the county of Northumberland [Howick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R5/1-2   21 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/R5/3   28 October 1700
copy inventory
with account, 28 October 1700
copy inventory and account of burial charges and debts
DPRI/1/1700/R6   8 June 1700
William RIPPON, of Plawsworth [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Rippin
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B115/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R6/1-2   30 May 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R7   7 February 1701
James ROBINSON, of (Gibside in the) parish of Whickham [Whickham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1700/B286/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R7/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R8   6 April 1700
Nathaniel ROBINSON, yeoman, of Ayclyffe (Aickliffe) in the county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Nathanael
administration bond, penal sum £6: DPRI/3/1700/B95/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R8/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R9   16 May 1700
Hugh ROBSON, of chappelry of Birtley (in the parish of Chollerton) [Birtley St Giles, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B76/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R9/1-2   9 December 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/R9/3   20 December 1699
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R10   16 May 1700
Mathew ROBSON, of Linheads in Starsley in the parish of Symonburne and county of Northumberland, chappelry of Bellingham [Simonburn, Northumberland]. Died February 1686
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B86/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R10/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R11   15 May 1700
Thomas ROBSON, yeoman, of Ulgham in the chaplery of Ulgham [Ulgham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R11/1   6 May 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/R12   11 July 1700
John RUMFORD, gentleman, of Monck Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B141/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/R12/1   5 May 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/S1   19 June 1700
Thomas SALKELD, tailor, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,500: DPRI/3/1700/B124/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S1/1   4 April 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/S2   17 August 1700
Frances SANDERSON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B173/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S2/1-2   2 October 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/S3   20 July 1700
Hugh SANDERSON, yeoman, of Hunwick in the county of Durham [Hunwick, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B147/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S3/1-2   31 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S4   28 October 1700
Richard SELBY, gentleman, of Holy Island in the county palatine of Durham [Holy Island, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1700/B198/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S4/1   2 October 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/S4/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/S5   12 November 1700
Mark SHAFTO, esquire, late of the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, now of the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Shaftoe
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B234/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S5/1-2   19 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S6   29 July 1700
John SHAW, trunk-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S6/1   31 December 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/S7   8 June 1700
Roger SHAW, yeoman, of Hilton (in the parish of Staindroppe) in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B116/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S7/1   20 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S7/2   7 June 1700
commission
commission to Simon Gilpin, (vicar of Staindrop), to execute an annexed bond [see DPRI/3/1700/B116/1-2], administer an oath and to grant administration to Ann Shaw, relict of Roger Shaw, and also to administer an oath to one or more of the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at Staindrop) 8 June 1700
DPRI/1/1700/S8   9 December 1700
Amcott SHEDDEILD, apothecary, of city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B251/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S8/1-2   29 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S9   23 April 1700
Edward SHORTT, yeoman, of Gorbit hill in the parish of haltwhisle (haltwesle) in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Short
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B24/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S9/1-2   5 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S9/3   20 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/S10   8 April 1700
Gerrard SIDGWICK, coal-fitter, of Sunderland nigh the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Jerrard, Sidgwicke
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B7/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B8/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S10/1-2   28 November 1693
will
DPRI/1/1700/S11   28 December 1700
Edward SLANEY, gentleman, of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B266/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B267/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S11/1   16 December 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and rent
DPRI/1/1700/S12   1 June 1700
John SMART, gentleman, of Harton in the county of Durham (in the parish of Jarroe) [Harton, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1700/B98/1-2
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1700/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S12/1-2   3 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S12/3-4   29 May 1700
renunciation
proxy of Barbara Smart, relict of testator, nominating the trustees and overseers nominated in her husband's will to act as administrators with the will annexed, 'to be accountable' to her and her children
DPRI/1/1700/S13   1 August 1700
Christopher SMITH, of Plawsworth (Plausworth) in the parish of Chester (in the Street) [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S13/1   30 July 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/S14   28 October 1700
Edward SMITH, yeoman, of Bridgmilne (BriggMill) in the county pallatine of Durham, chappelry of Ancroft [Ancroft, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B200/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B201/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S14/1   20 February 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/S15   16 May 1700
William SMITH, of Horsley (Horseley), parish of Ovingham [Horsley, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1700/B83/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S15/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges, rent and debts
DPRI/1/1700/S16   12 July 1700
Thomas SNOWDEN, yeoman, of Heworth Shore in the county of Durham (in the parish of Jarroe) [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Snawdon
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B142/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S16/1   19 January 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/S16/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/S17   19 December 1700
Reynold STOKER, vintner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Renold
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B262/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S17/1   28 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S17/2   18 December 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/S18   16 May 1700
John STOKOE, of (Burntwalls in the) parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Stoke
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S18/1   13 February 1700
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1700/S18/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/S19   27 January 1701
Andrew STORRY, yeoman, of Lorbittell (Larbottle) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Whittingham [Whittingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Story
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B275/3-4
DPRI/1/1700/S19/1-2   4 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S19/3-4   17 December 1700
commission
commission to John Thomlinson (rector of Rothbury) and Joseph Nicholson (vicar of Whittingham), to execute an annexed bond [see DPRI/3/1700/275B/1-2], administer an oath and to grant administration to Isabel Story and James Story, co-executors of the testator, and also to administer an oath to one or more of the witnesses to the will; endorsed with memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at Rothbury) 27 Jan 1701
DPRI/1/1700/S20   3 August 1700
Robert SURETIES, senior, gentleman, of Milkwell (Milch well) Burne, in the county of Durham, parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Sureteys
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B164/1-2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B165/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S20/1   1 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/S21   18 April 1700
William SWALWELL, yeoman, of Shadforth in the county of Durham, parish of Pittington [Shadforth, County Durham]; also spelt Swallwell
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S21/1-2   23 November 1699
will
with codicil, 14 March 1700
DPRI/1/1700/S21/3-4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/S22   8 July 1700
Matthew SWINBURNE, gentleman, of Hallywell in the parrish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B139/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/S22/1   8 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/T1   14 April 1700
Henry TAITE, of (Crawley in the ) parishof Egglingham [Eglingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1700/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T1/1   27 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T2   15 May 1700
Robert TAYLOR, yeoman, of Northseaton, parish of Woodhorne [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Tayler
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B63/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T2/1-2   14 May 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T3   6 February 1701
Thomas TAYLOR, yeoman, of Fourstones in the county of Northumberland, parish of Warden [Warden, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B285/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T3/1   28 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/T3/2   4 February 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T4   13 June 1700
William TEMPEST, esquire, of Old Durham in the county of Durham (in the parish of St Oswalds in or near the citty of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1700/B121/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T4/1-2   8 August 1695
will
with codicil, 29 November 1699
DPRI/1/1700/T5   14 May 1700
William THEW, of Denwick in the parish of Alnwick [Denwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T5/1-2   9 February 1699
will
with codicil, 9 February 1699
DPRI/1/1700/T6   20 July 1700
William THOMPSON, of Castle Eden [Castle Eden, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B146/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T6/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T7   20 November 1700
Robert THOMPSON, yeoman, of Carlton (Carleton) in the county of Durham [Redmarshall, County Durham]; also spelt Robart
curation bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1700/B242/1-2
will bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1700/B243/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T7/1-2   9 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/T7/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/T8   15 May 1700
John TOD, of Fenrother (Fenrudder) in the chapplry of Hebburne [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Todd
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B67/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T8/1   29 April 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T9   11 May 1700
Timothie TULLIE, rector of Middleton in Teasdale, M.A., clerk, of Middleton in Teasdale in the county palatine of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Timothy, Tully
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T9/1-2   2 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/T9/3-4   11 March 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T10   15 May 1700
Littice TURPIN, widow, of Westsligburne (West Slickburne), parish of Bedlington [Bedlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Lettice
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1700/B64/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T10/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/T11   30 October 1700
Rowland TWEDELL, yeoman, of Thropell (Thropple) in the county of Northumberland in the parish of Midford [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Tweddle, Tweddell
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/T11/1   3 October 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/T11/2   7 August 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/V1   6 June 1700
Reignald VEIPOND, of Few Steedes (Fewsteads) in the chapplery of Garrigill (Garragill) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Regnald, Vipont, Reginald, Vipond
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B111/1-2
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B112/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/V1/1   24 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/V1/2   1 November 1699
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1700/W1   6 September 1700
Thomas WALKINGTON, smith, of Elvett (in the parish of St Oswalds in Durham) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1700/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W1/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W2   10 October 1700
Thomas WALTON, yeoman, of High Skelgill in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W2/1-2   10 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W2/3   8 October 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of legacies and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/W3   30 March 1700
Isaac WARD, yeoman, of Middle heeds in the county of Durham, parish of Muggleswick [Muggleswick, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W3/1   14 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W3/2   22 March 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W4   15 January 1701
William WARD, yeoman, of Billingham in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1700/B273/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1700/B274/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W4/1-2   12 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W4/3   6 January 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W5   14 September 1700
Thomas WARDHAUGH, tanner, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B184/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W5/1-3   6 April 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/W5/4   10 September 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W6   28 February 1701
James WATSON, of Elwicke in the parish of Hart [Hart, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B298/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W6/1-2   28 April 1690
will
DPRI/1/1700/W7   9 September 1700
Ralph WATSON, yeoman, of Elvett nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B181/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1700/B182/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W7/1-2   6 May 1697
will
DPRI/1/1700/W7/3-4   9 September 1700
inventory
inventory, with (undated) memorandum relating 'This inventory is exhibited with a protestation of adding to it or altering it if there shall be an occation'
DPRI/1/1700/W8   30 July 1700
William WATSON, yeoman, of Hett in the county of Durham, within the parish of Merrington [Hett, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B159/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W8/1-2   27 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W9   28 October 1700
Thomas WAUGH, of Carham [Carham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B202/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W9/1-2   9 August 1701
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent
DPRI/1/1700/W9/3   26 October 1700
power of attorney
power of attorney for administration and tuition
DPRI/1/1700/W10   20 February 1701
Richard WELCHE, of East Bowden, palatine of Durham [Boldon, County Durham]; also spelt Welch, Welsh. Died 2 July 1700
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B292/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W10/1-2   12 February 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W11   10 March 1701
Leonard WHEATLEY, gentleman, of South Sheels West Panns in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B304/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B305/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W11/1-2   22 February 1701
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, with: (1) 22 Feb 1700 declaration of Elizabeth Wheatley, widow of the testator, ratifying the will and consenting to act as executrix and tutrix; (2) 22 Feb 1700 declaration of Elizabeth Wheatley, Edward Killerby, gentleman and nominated supervisor of the will, and Robert Smith, attorney at law of the testator, validating the will
DPRI/1/1700/W12   11 July 1700
Gertrude WHISTON, widow, of Bishopp Auckland in the county of Durham (in the parish of St Auckland) [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Gartrude
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1700/B140/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W12/1-2   14 December 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/W13   12 April 1700
Cuthbert WHITE, of parish of Jarrow (Monckton in the parish of Jarroe) [Jarrow, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W13/1   27 September 1690
will
DPRI/1/1700/W14   19 April 1700
Isabell WHITE, widow, of Monckton in the county of Durham, parish of Jarrow (Jarroe) [Jarrow, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B21/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W14/1-2   20 March 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W15   6 June 1700
John WILKINSON, of Le house (lee house) in Aldstone Moore, chappelry of Garragill [Alston, Cumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1700/B113/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W15/1   16 April 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with 29 Apr 1700 brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1700/W16   21 May 1700
Margarett WILKINSON, widow, of East Burdon in the county of Durham, parish of Bishopwearmouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Margaret
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B88/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W16/1-2   4 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1700/W17   19 December 1700
Mary WILKINSON, widow, of South Sheels West Panns in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B259/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1700/B260/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W17/1-2   9 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W17/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/W18   6 April 1700
William WILLIAMSON, gentleman, of St Hellen-Awckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W18/1   24 September 1698
will
DPRI/1/1700/W18/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/W19   3 July 1700
Francis WILSON, yeoman, of Woolsingham in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1700/B162/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W19/1-2   20 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W20   18 June 1700
John WINLIFE, yeoman, of Stiddlehill in the parish of Corsnside (Corsenside) in the county of Northumberland [Corsenside, Northumberland]; also spelt Winelife, Winliffe
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1700/B124/3-4
DPRI/1/1700/W20/1   22 February 1700
will
Dated in the New Style.
DPRI/1/1700/W21   11 April 1700
John WINTER, yeoman, of East butsfield in the perish of Lenchester and countie of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1700/B12/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1700/B13/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/W21/1   20 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1700/W21/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/W21/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1700/Y1   20 March 1701
Cuthbert YOUNG, of (Winlaton in the ) parish of Ryton [Winlaton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1700/B307/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/Y1/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1700/Y2   3 February 1701
Isabell YOUNG, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1700/B280/1-2
DPRI/1/1700/Y2/1   17 January 1699
will
Wills etc proved 1701
Reference: DPRI/1/1701
DPRI/1/1701/A1   12 June 1701
Thomas ADDISON, yeoman, of Clarewood in the county of Northumberland, parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Addisson
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A1/1-2   30 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/A1/3   3 January 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/A2   4 June 1701
Mary ALBON, spinster, of Bullersgreen in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1701/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A2/1-2   1 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/A2/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/A3   24 October 170115 January 1724
John ALLAN, butcher, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]. Died 15 April 1701
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B187/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1723/B222
DPRI/1/1701/A3/1   26 June 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/A4   15 October 1701
Margery ANDERSON, widow, of Birdhopcrag in the county of Northumberland, parish of Elsden [Elsdon, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A4/1-2   7 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/A5   4 June 1701
Henry ATHERTON, doctor of physic, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1701/B103/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A5/1   1 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/A5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/A6   14 January 1702
Thomas ATKINSON, blacksmith, of Plausworth in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1701/B255/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A6/1-2   2 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1701/A7   15 July 1701
Mary AYRE, widow, of Wiserley in the parish of Wolsingham (Woolsingham) [Wolsingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B125/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A7/1   21 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/A7/2   14 July 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/A8   7 November 1701
Robert AYTON, gentleman, of West Herrington in the county pallatine of Durham (in the parish of Houghton in le Spring) [Herrington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B201/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/A8/1   29 November 1700
will
will, endorsed with memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1701/A8/5   undated
allegation
(draft) articles of allegation [pro Samuel Ayton], relating to a cause promoted by Samuel Ayton against John Ayton, to prove the will of the testator in solemn form
DPRI/1/1701/A8/3-4   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of John Ayton esquire, brother of the testator
DPRI/1/1701/A8/2   11 July 1701
responses
responses of Samuel Ayton, nephew of the testator, to the interrogatories of John Ayton esquire, brother of the testator
DPRI/1/1701/B1   20 October 1701
William BAINBRIGG, baker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bainbridge
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B186/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B1/1   27 September 1701
copy will
copy will, with (undated) memorandum relating that the original will is held by the nominated executor
DPRI/1/1701/B1/2-3   23 February 1705
bond to redeliver the original will
endorsed with direction to Mr Gabriel Newhouse, Durham
DPRI/1/1701/B1/4   13 October 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B2   31 January 1702
Anne BARKAS, of Low Netherton, parish of Houghton [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B272/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B2/1   26 January 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B3   26 June 1701
James BARROW, of Thorngrafton (Thorne Grafton) in the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1701/B112/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B3/1-2   6 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/B3/3   12 May 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B4   1 November 1701
John BAXTER, mariner, of Northshields in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tinmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B4/1   16 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/B4/2   1 November 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B5   18 October 1701
John BELL, yeoman, of Thrislington in the county of Durham [Cornforth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B183/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B5/1-2   11 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/B6   12 June 1701
John BEWICK, yeoman, of Engo (Ingoe in the parish of Haltwesle) in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B98/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B6/1-2   19 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/B6/3
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/B7   16 August 1701
William BILLINGTON, gentleman, of Birtley in the county of Durham and parish of Chester in the Street [Birtley St John, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B7/1   15 August 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B8   11 November 1701
Thomas BINION, gentleman, of late of Alemouth in the county of Northumberland [Alnmouth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B213/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B8/1   8 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/B10   28 June 1701
Thomas BOWNESS, of (Heworth in the parish of Aickliffe) Great Aycklife [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Bownas
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B115/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B10/1   27 June 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B11   31 March 1701
George BRADLEY, senior, baker, of Northsheeles in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tinmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1701/B11/1   30 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/B11/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B12   9 May 1701
George BRADY, yeoman, of Harton in the county of Durham, chappelry of St Hilda [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1701/B41/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B12/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/B13   29 March 1701
John BURNOPP, cordwainer, of Lanchester in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1701/B13/1   22 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/B13/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/B9   26 August 1701
Arthur BUSFEILD, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bousfeild, Bousfield
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/B9/1-2   9 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/C1   11 November 1701
Roger CARR, of Lesbury [Lesbury, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C1/1   13 May 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/C2   7 March 1702
Robert CHAPMAN, of Wolsingham (Woolsingham) in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B287/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C2/1-2   3 March 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/C3   3 November 1701
Mathew CHARLETON, schoolmaster, yeoman, of Warke (Wark) in the parish of Simonburne and county of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B191/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C3/1   14 November 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/C4   24 October 1701
Simon CLARKE, baker, of Fenkill Streete nigh to the Fryar Chaire, towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine, chappelry of St John [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B225/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C4/1   2 March 1695
will
will, endorsed with 31 Oct 1701 caveat of Issabell Varey of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, a legatee
DPRI/1/1701/C5   21 October 1701
Thomas CLAXTON, weaver, of New Neasham in the parish of Hurworth within the constablery of Neasham in the countie palatine of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B185/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C5/1-2   27 September 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/C5/3   16 October 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/C6   5 June 1701
Edward COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Bykar (Byker) in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C6/1   8 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/C7   12 November 1701
Thomas COOPER, tanner, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Cowper
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B217/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C7/1   12 November 1697
will
DPRI/1/1701/C7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/C8   4 November 1701
William COULSON, yeoman, of Cleadon in the county of Durham (parish of Whitburne) [Whitburn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B236/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C8/1-2   18 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/C9   12 June 1701
George CRAGELL, yeoman, of East-Matfin (Matfen) moore houses in the parish of Stamforham and county of Northumberland [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C9/1-2   16 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/C9/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/C10   12 April 17019 May 170222 February 1707
William CRAGES, of allendall (allandall) in the parish of witton in the countie of Durham [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]; also spelt Craggs
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B11/1-2
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1701/B12/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B262/1-2
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1702/B263/1-2
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1706/B253/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C10/1   4 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/C10/2   27 November 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/C11   5 February 1702
John CRAKE, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Craike
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B267/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C11/1-2   8 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1701/C12   10 May 1701
Ralph CRAWFORD, yeoman, of Leirmouth in the county of Northumberland [Carham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B71/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C12/1-2   25 January 1701
will
with codicil, 3 March 1701
DPRI/1/1701/C13   7 February 1702
Richard CROFTON, yeoman, of Great Lumley in the parish of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B271/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C13/1   24 February 1687
will
DPRI/1/1701/C14   22 December 1701
Edward CROW, yeoman, of Pont Eland west houses in the county of Northumberland [Ponteland, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C14/1   12 January 1701
will
with codicil, 8 April 1701
DPRI/1/1701/C14/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/C15   20 March 1702
Mathew CULLEY, the elder, yeoman, of Beamont hill in the county of Durham, parish of Haughton [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]; also spelt Cullie, Cully
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1701/B291/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1701/B292/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/C15/1-2   5 January 1702
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1701/C15/3-4   30 January 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/D1   15 April 1701
James DALE, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Daile
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1701/B14/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1701/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D1/1-2   18 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/D2   19 March 1702
Francis DAVISON, master and mariner, of North-Sheeles in the parish of Tinemouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B290/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D2/1-2   16 March 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/D3   11 December 1701
Christian DAVY, widow, of Sunderland by the Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1701/B240/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D3/1   18 November 1701
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1701/D3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/D4   11 October 1701
Robert DIXON, yeoman, of Sunderland in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B177/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D4/1   1 October 1701
will
will, endorsed with (undated) memorandum
DPRI/1/1701/D4/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/D5   4 August 1701
George DOBSON, yeoman, of Harlyhill in the county of Northumberland, parish of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B134/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D5/1   28 March 1700
will
will, and memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1701/D5/2   11 July 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/D6   5 June 1701
Arthur DODD, of (Butterlaw in the ) parish of Newburn [Newburn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D6/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/D9   2 June 1701
Frances DOUNCE, widow, of borough of Barwick (Berwick) upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Dunce
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D9/1   28 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/D7   14 February 1702
Cudbart DOUTHWITE, yeoman, of Byers (Byars) Green in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Cuthbert, Douthwait, Dowthaite, Dowthwaite
Douthwite's widow took his property at Halmote Court, 8 May 1702 (ref: HC, Bk 92-1889)
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B277/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D7/1   28 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1701/D7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/D8   11 February 1702
Robert DRYDEN, of Kirk Kelloe [Kelloe, County Durham]; also spelt Drydon
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1701/B276/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D8/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/D10   12 November 1701
Matthew DUNN, of Meldon in the parish of Meldon and county of Northumberland [Meldon, Northumberland]; also spelt Dun
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1701/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/D10/1-2   21 July 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/E1   4 August 1701
John EDEN, master and mariner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/E1/1   19 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/E2   17 April 1701
Archbald ELLIOTT, smith, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Archbold
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B29/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/E2/1-2   2 November 1698
will
DPRI/1/1701/E2/3   6 March 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/E3   23 April 1701
William ELRINGTON, esquire, gentleman, of Espersheilds (Espersheels) in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B31/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B32/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/E3/1-2   14 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/F1   16 August 1701
Oswall FAWCETT, of parish of Aickliffe [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Oswald
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F1/1   10 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/F1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/F2   3 June 1701
Adam FELBRIDGE, vicar of Chatton, clerk, of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]. Died 16 December 1700
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B63/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F2/1-2   16 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/F2/3   24 May 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts, funeral expenses, wages, tithes
DPRI/1/1701/F5   2 May 1701
Ralph FENWICK, gentleman, of Newton Garths (Newton Garthes) in the county of Durham [Boldon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F5/1   16 November 1700
copy will
DPRI/1/1701/F5/2-3   12 October 1714
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1701/F5/4-5
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/F3   12 November 1701
George FENWICKE, merchant, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B219/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F3/1   11 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/F4   4 June 1701
Henry FENWICKE, yeoman, of Whelpington in the county of Northumberland [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B72/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F4/1   6 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/F6   12 June 1701
George FEWSTER, of Newton in the parish of Bywell St Peter [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B92/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F6/1
will
DPRI/1/1701/F6/2
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/F7   10 November 1701
Lislye FORSIDE, burgess, of borough of Berwick upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Lisely, Foreside, Lisley
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F7/1   11 September 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/F8   2 June 1701
Grace FORSTER, senior, gentlewoman, of Beednell (Beadnell) in the county of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F8/1   5 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/F8/2
wrapper
wrapper, with memorandum relating to a mandate executed 10 May 1701, signed by Blair
DPRI/1/1701/F9   26 March 1701
Nicholas FORSTER, merchant, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F9/1   3 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/F10   17 March 17016 October 1701
William FORSTER, esquire, of Balmebrough (Balmborough) in the county of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond with , penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B140/1-2
will bond with , penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B171/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/F10/1-2   19 May 1700
copy will
copy will, with memorandum relating that the original will remains in the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury where it was proved, 26 Feb 1701; executor sworn by commission, 17 Mar 1701
DPRI/1/1701/F10/3   7 March 1701
commission
commission to Robert Offley and John Tonge, masters of arts, to execute an annexed bond, administer an oath and grant administration of the testator's estate within Durham to Ferdinand Forster esquire, brother and sole nominated executor of the testator; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed by John Tonge, 17 Mar 1701
DPRI/1/1701/G1   17 November 1701
Andrew GILHESPEY, of Revely [Ingram, Northumberland]; also spelt Gilhespy, Gilhespie
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B232/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/G1/1-2
will
DPRI/1/1701/G2   11 October 1701
William GREENWELL, gentleman, of Kiblesworth (Kibblesworth) in the county of Durham, within the parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/G2/1   30 December 1697
will
DPRI/1/1701/G2/2   24 October 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/G2/3
allegation
allegation of Robert Greenwell, administrator, introducing the inventory, relating to a cause promoted against him by Joseph Greenwell
DPRI/1/1701/G3   2 April 1701
William GREGSON, yeoman, of Houghton le Spring in the county and diocess of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/G3/1-2   1 April 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/H1   12 June 1701
William HALL, yeoman, of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B90/1
memorandum: DPRI/3/1701/B90/2
DPRI/1/1701/H1/1-2   9 June 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/H2   22 December 1701
William HARLE, senior, gentleman, of South-Shields-west-panns in the chappelry of St Hilds and county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B244/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H2/1-2   2 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/H3   3 July 1701
Christopher HARRISON, yeoman, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H3/1   2 July 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/H4   6 September 1701
Robert HARRISON, yeoman, of Nenthead in Aldston moor and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B156/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H4/1-2   2 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/H4/3   14 January 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses; also with 24 Mar 1701 memorandum of Nicholas Walton, vicar of Aldstone, approving the inventory
DPRI/1/1701/H5   22 December 1701
George HEDLEY, vintner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H5/1   18 November 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/H6   12 November 1701
William HEDLEY, yeoman, Harwood dikehead in the county of Northumberland, parish of Haltwesle, Greenlightondikehead in the parish of Hartburne [Haltwhistle, Northumberland; Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B215/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B216/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H6/1-2   16 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/H7   23 September 1701
Anthony HERON, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B159/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H7/1   31 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/H8   19 February 1702
William HILL, gardener, of Gilegate (Gillygate) nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham, chappelry of St Giles [Durham St Giles, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B278/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H8/1-2   19 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/H9   5 August 1701
Thomas HILLMAN, gentleman, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham (Claypath within the parish of St Nicholas in Durham) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B146/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H9/1-2   19 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/H10   11 December 1701
Mary HOMES, relict of Parcibal Homes (died intestate, 15 Apr 1701), widow, of Whitridge, parish of Earsden [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Holmes
The will of Mary Homes is annexed to Consistory Court documents relating to two causes: (a) for the administration of her husband Parcibal (Percival) Homes' estate, which was determined by; (b) for the probate of the will of Mary Homes. For the administration bond of Homes' husband, see - DPRI/3/1702/B167
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B234/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H10/1   17 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/H10/3   1701
allegation
articles of allegation of Nicholas Green and Matthew Dale, relating to a cause promoted against them by John Muris, (nephew of Parcibal Homes), for the administration of the estate of Parciball Homes of Whitridge (intestate)
DPRI/1/1701/H10/4   1701
allegation
articles of allegation of Nicholas Green and Matthew Dale, nominated executors and trustees of Mary Homes, exhibiting the will, relating to a cause promoted by them against John Muris, (nephew of Parcibal Homes), for the probate of the will of Mary Homes of Whitridge in the parish of Earsden
DPRI/1/1701/H10/5-6   1701
allegation
articles of allegation of John Muris, nephew of Parcibal Homes, relating to a cause promoted by him against Nicholas Green and Matthew Dale, for the administration of the estate of Parcibal Homes
DPRI/1/1701/H10/2   4 July 1701
responses
responses of John Muris (nephew of Parcibal Homes) to the articles of allegation of Nicholas Green and Matthew Dale: see - DPRI/1/1701/H10/3
DPRI/1/1701/H10/7-8   4 July 1701
responses
responses of Nicholas Green and Matthew Dale to the articles of allegation of John Muris: see - DPRI/1/1701/H10/5-6
DPRI/1/1701/H11   9 October 1701
Robert HORSELY, of Woolsingham [Wolsingham, County Durham]; also spelt Horseley
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B175/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/H11/1   6 October 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/J1   4 August 1701
William JACKSON, butcher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B132/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/J1/1-2   2 October 1684
will
DPRI/1/1701/J2   10 January 1702
William JECKELL, tailor, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Jekell, Jeckle
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1701/B257/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/J2/1   10 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/J3
John JEFFREYSON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1701/J3/1-2   30 January 1701
will
with codicil, 31 January 1701
DPRI/1/1701/J4   30 April 1701
Sir Ralph JENISON, knight, of Elswick in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Jennison
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1701/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/J4/1   31 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/J4/2   31 December 1700
will
schedule of legacies mentioned in the will
DPRI/1/1701/K1   4 November 1701
Matthew KELL, tailor, of the Meadow Heads in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mathew
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B198/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/K1/1   22 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/K1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/K2   3 May 1701
John KEY, yeoman, of West Auckland (Awckland in the parish of St Andrew Awckland) in the county of Durham [West Auckland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B38/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/K2/1-2   16 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/K3   10 November 1701
George KING, of Howborne, chappelry of Lowick [Lowick, Northumberland]. Died 3 August 1700
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B207/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/K3/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/K3/2   8 November 1701
renunciation
renunciation of administration by Ellenor King, widow, nominating her son John King
DPRI/1/1701/K4   16 May 1701
Judeth KINLESIDE, widow, of Elvett within the parish of St Oswalds near the citty of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt Keenlyside
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/K4/1   14 May 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/L1   16 May 1701
John LAWES, of (Newlands in the) parish of Woolsingham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L1/1   15 May 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of bonds and rent owing
DPRI/1/1701/L2   10 June 1701
John LAYBURNE, blacksmith, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Laburn
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B86/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L2/1   21 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/L2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/L3   12 July 1701
John LEIGHTON, yeoman, of East Renton in the parish of Houghton in the Spring [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Lighton
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B124/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L3/1-2   4 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/L4   9 January 1702
Robert LEWIN, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Lewins, Lewen
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B253/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L4/1   18 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/L4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/L5   22 November 1701
Thomas LIDDELL, esquire, of newton near Durham in the county of Durham, chappelry of St Margaret [Newton Hall, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1701/B223/3-4
DPRI/1/1701/L5/1-2   21 June 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/L6   12 June 1701
William LIDDELL, of Lonridge in the parish of Symondburne (Simonburne) [Simonburn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B93/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L6/1-2   1 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/L6/3   13 November 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/L7   20 November 1701
Elizabeth LINGE, widow, of Westwicke in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Ling
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1701/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L7/1   15 February 1701
will
will, endorsed to Charles Pearson
DPRI/1/1701/L7/2   14 March 1701
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent owing
DPRI/1/1701/L8   17 April 1701
John LOCKSMITH, mariner, of Byker in the county of Northumberland (within the chapplery of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tine) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B19/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L8/1-2   11 April 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/L10   25 September 1701
Thomas LORANCE, maltster, of Cullercoatts, parish of Tynemouth [Cullercoats, Northumberland]; also spelt Lorrance. Died 25 July 1701
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B168/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L10/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/L10/2-3   22 July 1701
will
will, with memorandum (same date) relating to the tuition and curation of three of the testator's children
DPRI/1/1701/L9   17 April 1701
Henry LORRAINE, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B23/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/L9/1-2   17 April 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/M2   23 September 1701
Henry MARLAY, merchant, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Marley
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M2/1-2   31 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/M2/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/M1   22 December 1701
Ann MARLEY, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B243/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M1/1   28 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/M1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/M4   8 November 1701
Richard MARTIN, yeoman, of Farnton (Farneton) Hall in the county of Durham, parish of Bishopwearmouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B202/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M4/1   15 August 1695
will
DPRI/1/1701/M3   6 November 1701
John MARTINE, yeoman, of Greatham in the countye of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Martin
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M3/1-2   1 August 1690
will
DPRI/1/1701/M3/3   22 October 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/M5   11 February 1702
Jennett MASON, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1701/B275/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M5/1   28 March 1701
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 30 Aug 1708 Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: William Lackenby and others v Frances Lish, widow
DPRI/1/1701/M6   5 February 1702
Thomas MATLAND, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B265/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M6/1-2   3 February 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/M7   26 November 1701
Thomas MAWER, yeoman, of Bishopton in the county of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £250: DPRI/3/1701/B226/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M7/1-2   9 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/M9   10 September 1701
Walter MICHELSON, of Longhorsley (Long Horseley) in the county of Northumberland [Longhorsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Mitchelson, Mitcheson
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M9/1-2   26 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/M9/3   10 September 1701
certificate of oath
certificate of oath, signed by William Simcoe
DPRI/1/1701/M8   12 June 1701
Reginald MILLBURNE, of Birkley, parish of Chollerton [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Milburne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B95/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M8/1-2   7 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/M8/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/M10   17 April 1701
Robert MITCHESON, farmer, yeoman, of East Ramton (Renton) in the parish of Houghton in the Spring [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B16/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M10/1-2   21 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/M10/3   18 November 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/M11   17 April 1701
James MOW, tailor, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £9: DPRI/3/1701/B30/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M11/1-2   1 May 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/M12   2 June 1701
Robert MOWETT, yeoman, of Chatton in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]; also spelt Mowet, Mowitt
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M12/1-2   5 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/M13   4 September 1701
John MYRES, yeoman, of Westyate in the parish of Stanhoop and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/M13/1-2   14 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/M13/3-4   22 July 1701
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/N1   5 February 1702
Dorothy NIXON, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B270/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/N1/1-2   1 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/N2   8 July 1701
John NIXON, of (Barley Letch within the) parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B120/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/N2/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/P1   15 April 1701
Thomas PARTIS, hoastman, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B17/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P1/1-2   4 January 1689
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1701/P3   23 September 1701
Thomas PATTINSON, miller, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P3/1-2   22 September 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/P2   11 June 1701
Anne PATTISON, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Pattinson
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1701/B87/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P2/1-2   15 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/P4   23 April 1701
Judeth PEERS, spinster, of Sedgefeild (Sedgfield) in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Judith
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P4/1-2   9 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/P4/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/P5   12 November 1701
William PERRY, yeoman, of Tretlington (Tritlington) in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Hebburne [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P5/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges
DPRI/1/1701/P6   15 August 1701
John PEVERELL, yeoman, of Ingleton in the county of Durham [Ingleton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B139/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P6/1   10 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/P7   20 May 1701
Edward PINGNEY, yeoman, of Thirlewale Castle in the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Pinckney
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B85/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P7/1   30 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/P7/2   31 March 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1701/P7/3   13 May 1701
commission
commission to Thomas Pate, vicar of Haltwhistle, to execute an annexed bond, administer an oath and to grant administration to Jenetta Pinckney, relict of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at Haltwhistle) 20 May 1701
DPRI/1/1701/P7/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/P8   7 May 1701
Robert PLEASAUNCE, clerk, of Bishop Awckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P8/1   21 April 1701
copy will
DPRI/1/1701/P8/2   7 May 1701
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1701/P9   17 April 1701
Isabell POTTS, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £1,500: DPRI/3/1701/B21/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,500: DPRI/3/1701/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P9/1   14 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/P9/2-3   14 January 1701
copy will
DPRI/1/1701/P10   4 November 1701
Thomas POTTS, house-carpenter, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne (parish of St Nicholas) [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1701/B197/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P10/1   23 September 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/P11   16 August 1701
William PRATT, gentleman, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P11/1-2   2 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/P11/3-4   20 October 1714
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1701/P12   13 November 1701
Ann PRESTON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1701/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P12/1   4 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/P13   22 May 1701
Edward PROUD, yeoman, of Lintly in the parish of Kirkhaugh and county of Northumberland [Kirkhaugh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B48/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P13/1   26 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/P13/2   14 May 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/P14   17 April 1701
Lancellott PURVIS, yeoman, of Walker Moore in the county of Northumberland, parish of Longbenton [Longbenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Launcellott, Lancelot
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B20/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P14/1   7 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/P14/2   10 April 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/P15   5 February 1702
Thomas PURVIS, yeoman, of Walker in the county of Northumberland, parish of Longbenton [Longbenton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B266/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/P15/1   6 January 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/R1   14 March 1701
Thomas RAWSON, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B150/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R1/1-2   14 October 1700
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/R2   4 August 1701
Ellinor REASLEY, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Reaseley, Ellenor
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B133/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R2/1   7 November 1695
will
DPRI/1/1701/R3   5 January 1702
John REED, tin-plate worker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B254/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R3/1-2   16 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/R4   2 January 1702
Margaret RICHARDSON, widow, of North Sheelds (Sheilds) in the parish of Tinmouth, and county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B251/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R4/1   18 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/R4/2   2 January 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with memorandum attesting its accuracy, signed by Abraham Wallis, administrator
DPRI/1/1701/R5   5 June 1701
Margaret RICHMOND, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B83/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R5/1   16 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/R6   16 April 1701
William RIDLEY, yeoman, of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B13/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R6/1-2   17 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/R6/3   14 April 1701
inventory
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/R7   28 November 1701
George ROPER, gentleman, of Rainton (Renton) Moorehouses in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B227/1
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B227/2-3
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B228/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R7/1   17 November 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/R7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/R8   28 May 1701
Thomas ROWLAND, pewterer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine (parish of St Nicholas) [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £700: DPRI/3/1701/B52/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/R8/2-3   undated
inventory, actual total £600 1s 4d
DPRI/1/1701/R8/1   undated
allegation
allegation of Jane Rowland, widow and administratrix of Thomas Rowland, exhibiting the inventory, relating to a cause promoted against her by the curators of ... Rowland, a minor
DPRI/1/1701/S1   10 November 1701
John SELBY, gentleman, of Beale in the county of Durham [Kyloe, Northumberland]
parish uncertain
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B208/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S1/1-2   10 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/S2   11 November 1701
Cuthbert SHELL, yeoman, of Denwick in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Alnewick) [Denwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B209/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S2/1-2   5 August 1700
will
with codicil, 5 August 1700
DPRI/1/1701/S2/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/S3   5 July 1701
Alice SIMPSON, widow, of Staindropp in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S3/1   16 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S4   26 February 1702
John SMITH, yeoman, of Branspeth (Brancepeth) in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1701/B282/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S4/1-2   19 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S5   17 June 1701
Ralph SMITH, yeoman, of South Streete in the chappelry of Saint Margaretts and parish of Saint Oswalds in or neare the city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1701/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S5/1   30 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/S6   4 August 1701
William SOULSBY, plumber, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B131/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S6/1-2   1 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/S7   7 March 1702
William SPENCELEY, butcher, of Bishop Auckland (Awckland) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B288/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S7/1-2   5 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S7/3   7 March 1702
commission
commission to John Stackhouse and William Reed, clerics, to execute an annexed bond, administer an oath and to grant administration to Jane Spenceley, relict of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed (by Stackhouse) 7 Mar 1702
DPRI/1/1701/S8   16 January 1702
John STANWIX, yeoman, of great usworth in the county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B256/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S8/1-2   1 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S8/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/S9   20 January 1702
Elizabeth STODART, spinster, of Eaven wood, and in the county of Durham, chappelry of Auckland St Helen [Evenwood, County Durham]; also spelt Stoddart
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1701/B258/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S9/1-2   15 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S11   3 June 1701
John STORY, gentleman, of Beanly (Beanley) in the county of Northumberland [Eglingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B67/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S11/1-2   22 May 1701
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, with 24 May 1701 memorandum testifying to its validity and execution
DPRI/1/1701/S11/3-4
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Mr Peter Burrell 'at his house, Durham'
DPRI/1/1701/S12   3 June 1701
Ralph STORY, yeoman, of Beanly (Beaneley) in the county of Northumberland [Eglingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Storey
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B62/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S12/1   13 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/S12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/S10   15 November 1701
John STOTHART, yeoman, of Staindrop-field House in the chappelry of St Hellen Awkland [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]; also spelt Stoddart, Stothert
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B220/3-4
DPRI/1/1701/S10/1-2   3 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S10/3   21 October 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/S13   8 April 1701
Abraham STOUT, butcher, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S13/1-2   8 April 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/S14   28 June 1701
William STROTHER, esquire, of Fowbery(Fowbury), in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B147/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S14/1   8 October 1697
will
DPRI/1/1701/S14/2   8 August 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/S14/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/S15   20 February 1702
John SURETIS, yeoman, of Ravenside house in the parish of Ryton and county of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Sureties
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B280/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S15/1   11 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/S15/2   14 June 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/S16   7 March 1702
Richard SWAINSTON, tanner, of Gainford in the county of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B286/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/S16/1-2   28 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1701/T1   8 May 1701
Cicily TALERSON, spinster, of High-Conscliffe in the county of Durham [Coniscliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1701/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T1/1-2   4 August 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/T2   3 June 1701
George TATE, yeoman, of South-Field-houses in the county of Northumberland, parish of Shilbottle; Sturton Grange (in the parish of Warkworth) [Warkworth, Northumberland]; also spelt Tatte, Taite
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B65/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T2/1-2   1 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/T2/3   19 February 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/T3   3 June 1701
William TATE, of Newton-Moor (Newton on the moor in the parish of Shilbottle) [Shilbottle, Northumberland]; also spelt Taite
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T3/1-2   30 December 1700
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/T4   12 June 1701
William TEDCASTLE, yeoman, of Tedcastle in the chappelry of Haydon and county of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B94/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T4/1-2   19 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/T4/3   4 March 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges
DPRI/1/1701/T5   2 July 1701
Elizabeth TEWART, relict of William Tewart of the county of Durham, tailor, widow, of Sunderland nigh the Sea in the county of Durham, parish of Bishopwearmouth [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T5/1-2   18 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/T6   5 June 1701
Edward THOMPSON, cordwainer, of Newcastle upon Tine (in the parish of St Nicholas) [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B81/1
renunciation: DPRI/3/1701/B81/2
DPRI/1/1701/T6/1-2   4 June 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/T7   2 June 1701
Adam TINDALL, yeoman, of countie of Northumberland, Bradford (in the parish of Balmebrouth) [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T7/1   22 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/T8   31 January 1702
Jane TODD, widow, of Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B262/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T8/1-2   13 January 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/T9   4 June 1701
Mary TODD, widow, of Newminster Abbey in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T9/1   15 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/T10   2 June 1701
Thomas TURNBULL, gentleman, of Allerdene in the county pallatine of Durham, chappelry of Ancroft [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Turnebull
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B107/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T10/1-2   25 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/T10/3   22 May 1701
renunciation
DPRI/1/1701/T10/4-5   1700
allegation
articles of allegation of William Bird, Thomas Turnbull, George Scott and Lancelot Turnbull, co-executors of the testator, relating to a cause promoted by them against Margaret Turnbull, alias Rutherford wife of Anthony Rutherford of Berwick upon Tweed, to prove the will in solemn form
DPRI/1/1701/T11   2 June 1701
Francis TURNER, yeoman, of Alnwick (Alnewick) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T11/1   4 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/T12   12 June 1701
John TURNER, of Hedley (Hedly) on the hill in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/T12/1   10 June 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, and also with memorandum by the appraisers relating that an account of his debts and debtors could not be given with any certainty
DPRI/1/1701/V1   30 June 1701
Richard VIPOND, yeoman, of Lonning head (Loaneing head) in the chapellrey of Garrigill (Garragill) in Aldstone moor and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B116/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/V1/1-2   20 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/V1/3   16 June 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1701/W1   4 August 1701
William WALKER, brickmaker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B136/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W1/1-2   7 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W2   30 December 1701
Richard WALLASSE, of Wannwood in Aldstonemoor, parish of Alston, county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Wallass
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B249/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W2/1-2   20 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W2/3   31 October 1701
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1701/W3   23 September 1701
Thomas WALTON, cooper, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B161/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B162
DPRI/1/1701/W3/1-2   28 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W4   28 April 1701
Robert WARD, woollen-draper, of Darlington in the countie palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1701/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W4/1   7 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/W4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/W5   23 June 1701
Edmond WATSON, yeoman, of Littlegill in the chapplery of Garrigill, county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B110/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W5/1-2   8 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/W5/3   7 May 1710
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1701/W6   2 May 1701
Ralph WATSON, yeoman, of Houme hous in Burnhope in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhope [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B106/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W6/1   18 July 1693
will
DPRI/1/1701/W6/2   30 April 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W6/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/W7   4 April 1701
Thomas WATSON, yeoman, of Langley Dayle in the county of Durham, parish of Staindrop (Staindropp) [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B7/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W7/1-2   22 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W7/3-4   1 April 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W9   23 September 1701
John WEATHERLEY, mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Wetherley
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B164/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W9/1-2   2 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W8   20 February 1702
Jane WETHERBURNE, widow, of Gateshead-Fell in the county of Durham [Gateshead Fell, County Durham]; also spelt Weatherburne
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B279/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W8/1-2   7 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1701/W10   17 April 1701
John WHINFIELD, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1701/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W10/1   17 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W11   10 July 1701
Philip WHITE, yeoman, of Litle-usworth (Little Usworth) in the county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Philipp
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1701/B122/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W11/1-2   21 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W12   4 December 1701
George WHITFEILD, of (Hunshell ford within the) parish of Stanhopp in Weardaile [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Whitfield
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B237/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W12/1   3 December 1701
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W13   4 August 1701
John WILKINSON, hoastman, master and mariner, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B141/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1701/B142/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W13/1   5 March 1701
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1701/W13/2   8 August 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W14   22 December 1701
Barbara WILSON, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1701/B245/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W14/1-2   5 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1701/W14/3-4   13 May 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W15   12 May 1701
Anthony WINTER, yeoman, of Cawel-sike in Teasdale, and county of Durham, parish of Middleton in Teasedaile [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W15/1-2   28 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W15/3   18 March 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1701/W16   7 August 1701
Jonathan WOOD, gentleman, of Monk Wearmouth in the parish of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]. Died 26 June 1701
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1701/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W16/1-2   20 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1701/W17   11 October 1701
Nicholas WOOD, gentleman, of Hett in the county of Durham [Hett, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1701/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W17/1-3   17 January 1693
will
with codicil, 17 January 1693
DPRI/1/1701/W17/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1701/W18   23 May 1701
Alice WOODMAS, widow, of Milburne Gate nigh the citty of Durham (chappelry of St Margarets) [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]; also spelt Allice
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1701/B51/1-2
DPRI/1/1701/W18/1-2   17 November 1700
will
Wills etc proved 1702
Reference: DPRI/1/1702
DPRI/1/1702/A7   19 June 1702
Thomas AISKELL, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Askell, Aiskill
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B89
DPRI/1/1702/A7/1-2   4 March 1702
inventory
inventory: (1-3) goods and merchandise; (4-7) household goods etc.
DPRI/1/1702/A1   29 October 1702
John ALCOCK, vicar of Billingham, clerk, of Billingham in the county palatine of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B157
DPRI/1/1702/A1/1-2   5 February 1702
will
with codicil, 5 February 1701
DPRI/1/1702/A1/3   27 October 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/A2   8 May 1702
William ALDERSON, yeoman, of Peth Row (Peth Raw) in the parish of Cockfeild and county of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1702/B37
DPRI/1/1702/A2/1-2   24 April 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/A3   1 July 1702
Cuthbert ALLENSON, carpenter, joiner, of city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Alleson, Allanson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B94
DPRI/1/1702/A3/1-2   31 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/A3/3
inventory
inventory, with memorandum relating that the inventory was exhibited 1 July 1702
DPRI/1/1702/A4   18 May 1702
Jane ALLOM, widow, of Spittle in the county pallatine of Durham, parish of Tweedmouth [Spittal, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B48
DPRI/1/1702/A4/1-2   21 March 1693
will
DPRI/1/1702/A4/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/A5   22 December 1702
Thomas ANDERSON, dyer, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B204
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B205
DPRI/1/1702/A5/1   30 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/A5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/A6   6 August 1702
John ANDREW, gentleman, of the Field head in the county of Northumberland, parish of Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B118
DPRI/1/1702/A6/1   16 July 1702
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/A6/2-3   10 January 1708
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/A6/5-6   16 July 1702
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to Westminster Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and two witnesses to the will were deposed: Edward Lowry and wife v John Andrew and others
DPRI/1/1702/A6/4   29 July 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/A8   13 May 1702
William AUBONE, alderman, alderman, esquire, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B46
DPRI/1/1702/A8/1-2   27 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/A9   4 September 1702
John AYTON, esquire, of Fawside in the county of Durham, parish of Lanchester [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B126
DPRI/1/1702/A9/1-4   24 July 1702
copy will
with copy codicil, 19 August 1702
copy will and codicil, endorsed with 7 Sep 1702 certificate of its accuracy, signed by Register Gabriel Newhouse and the bondsmen (see DPRI/1/1702/A9/5-8)
DPRI/1/1702/A9/5-6   7 September 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/A9/7-8   7 September 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/B1   10 December 1702
John BANKS, miller, of Keepier (Keepyer) in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B200
DPRI/1/1702/B1/1   16 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/B1/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/B2   18 June 1702
Ralph BAYNBRIGE, shoemaker, gentleman, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbridge
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B117
DPRI/1/1702/B2/1-2   11 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/B3   1 December 1702
John BILTON, rough mason, of Bishop Wearmouth (Wearemouth) [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B195
DPRI/1/1702/B3/1-2   23 November 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/B4   17 October 1702
Ellinor BIRD, widow, of Chister in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Ellenor
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B146
DPRI/1/1702/B4/1   25 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/B4/2   20 October 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/B5   10 July 1702
John BLACKETT, yeoman, of Raby in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Blacket
Blackett and two of his siblings were deaf and dumb
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B97
DPRI/1/1702/B5/1-2   13 June 1702
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1702/B5/3-4
nuncupative will
copy nuncupative will, made on 1819 Annandale paper
DPRI/1/1702/B6   20 May 1702
Edward BOLTON, yeoman, of Earsdon in the chappelry of Helburne in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £90: DPRI/3/1702/B57
DPRI/1/1702/B6/1   18 May 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1702/B7   3 July 17025 December 1707
Thomas BROWN, joiner, of Claypath (Claypeth) in the county of Durham (in the parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Browne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B96
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B191/1-2
DPRI/1/1702/B7/1-2   30 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/B8   10 May 1703
William BROWNE, doctor of physic, of Elvet in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/B8/1-2   18 April 1699
will
with codicil, 25 April 1699
DPRI/1/1702/B8/3-4   26 February 1703
commission
commission to Thomas Pile, Henry Wastell and Henry Whall, clerks, to administer an oath and to grant administration to Gregory Browne, brother of the testator; endorsed with memorandum relating that the commission was executed at King's Lynn, Norfolk (by Pile) 10 May 1703
DPRI/1/1702/B9   11 July 1702
William BURLETSON, of Bishop Awkland [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B99
DPRI/1/1702/B9/1   26 February 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/B10   21 May 1702
Mary BYERLY, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Byerley
DPRI/1/1702/B10/1   24 March 1702
will
with codicil, 24 March 1702
DPRI/1/1702/C1   21 May 1702
Rachell CARLILE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Carlisle
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B67
DPRI/1/1702/C1/1   17 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/C2   5 November 1702
John CARR, yeoman, of Slealey in the county of Northumberland [Slaley, Northumberland]. Died 22 April 1702
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B173
DPRI/1/1702/C2/1   20 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C2/2-3   6 May 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C3
John CARR, gentleman, of Whitburn in the county of Durham [Whitburn, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/C3/1-2   5 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1702/C4
Jabez CAY, doctor of physic, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1702/C4/1   22 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C4/2-3   22 May 1702
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/C4/4-5   7 May 1707
letter of consent of overseers
letter of consent for John Cay, executor, to extract the original will from Durham Registry, signed by Enoch Hudson and John Gilpin, overseers
DPRI/1/1702/C4/6   2 February 1708
request to deliver the will
letter from John Cay at South Shields, executor, to Peter Burrell, deputy Register at Durham, requesting delivery of the original will
DPRI/1/1702/C5   24 September 1702
Henry CHILTON, gentleman, of Newbotle in the county of Durham [Newbottle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B136
DPRI/1/1702/C5/1-2   12 June 1702
will
will, with: (1) (marginal) memorandum relating to 8 Aug 1709 Durham Chancery case: Thomas Wilson v Philip Trewebree; (2) memorandum relating to 8 Sep 1718 Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Samuel Nichols, gentleman v Thomas Wilson, gentleman, and others
DPRI/1/1702/C5/3   7 September 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C6
Robert CHIPCHASE, yeoman, of Carleton in the county of Durham [Redmarshall, County Durham]; also spelt Chipcis
DPRI/1/1702/C6/1   26 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C7   10 October 1702
James CLARK, yeoman, of Orpeth in the county of Durham, in the parish of Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Clarke
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B140
DPRI/1/1702/C7/1-2   19 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C7/3   12 October 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent
DPRI/1/1702/C8   14 May 1751
Sir James CLAVERING, baronet, of Axwell in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/C8/1-2   6 December 1697
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 3 Apr 1751 Chancery case in which the will and codicil were exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: John Clavering and another v Sir Thomas Clavering and others
DPRI/1/1702/C8/3   18 March 1702
codicil
codicil, endorsed with memorandum relating to 20 Mar 1703 Chancery case in which the codicil was exhibited and a witness to the codicil was deposed: James Clavering junior v John Fenwick
DPRI/1/1702/C8/5   18 April 1751
letter of request
letter of request, from the Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of London, to administer an oath, grant administration and to execute a bond to Sir Thomas Clavering, baronet, great-grandson of the testator
DPRI/1/1702/C8/4   14 May 1751
certificate of oath
reply from the Bishop of London to the Bishop of Durham, confirming the execution at Doctors Commons in London of a commission to administer an oath, grant administration and to execute a bond to Sir Thomas Clavering, baronet, great-grandson of the testator
DPRI/1/1702/C8/6   14 May 1751
will bond
DPRI/1/1702/C8/7
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/C9   15 September 1702
John CLAVERING, esquire, of Chopwell in the county of Durham, parish of Ryton [Chopwell, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1702/B134
curation bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1702/B135
DPRI/1/1702/C9/1-6   17 September 1696
will
DPRI/1/1702/C10   19 May 1702
Thomas CLAVERING, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B54
DPRI/1/1702/C10/1-2   11 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C10/3-4   23 February 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C11   19 May 1702
John COATES, gentleman, of Alnwick [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B53
DPRI/1/1702/C11/1   21 April 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C12   30 March 1702
Dorothy COLLINGWOOD, daughter of Edward Collingwood late of Byker esquire, spinster, of Bykar in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B8
DPRI/1/1702/C12/1   2 December 1701
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/C12/2-3   30 March 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/C13   5 March 1703
John COOKE, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cook
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B251/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1702/B251/3
DPRI/1/1702/C13/1-2   22 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C14   22 December 1702
Thomas COOPER, gardener, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B206
DPRI/1/1702/C14/1   15 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C14/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/C15   26 November 1702
Margarett CORBY, widow, of Gilligate (Gillygate) nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Giles, County Durham]; also spelt Margaret, Corbey
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B192
DPRI/1/1702/C15/1-2   29 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1702/C15/3   26 November 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C16   23 June 1702
John COULSON, master and mariner, of South-Sheels in the county palatine of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B91
DPRI/1/1702/C16/1-2   1 April 1696
will
DPRI/1/1702/C17   15 April 1702
William CRAWFORTH, string leader, roper, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B16
DPRI/1/1702/C17/1-2   13 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C17/3   14 April 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/C17/4   undated
probate records
fragment of unknown document, mentioning James Crawforth and William Crawforth
DPRI/1/1702/C18   4 November 1702
William CRISP, butcher, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Crispe
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B166
DPRI/1/1702/C18/1   27 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/C18/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/D1   31 March 1702
Mary DACRE, gentlewoman, of Elvett near the citty of Durham (within the parish of St Oswalds) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B9
DPRI/1/1702/D1/1-2   14 August 1695
will
DPRI/1/1702/D2   30 March 1702
Richard DALE, master and mariner, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B6
DPRI/1/1702/D2/1-2   31 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/D3   18 May 1702
Ralph DAND, of Murton (Morton) in the parish of Timmouth [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B42
DPRI/1/1702/D3/1   9 February 1702
will
Dated in the New Style.
DPRI/1/1702/D3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/D4
Alexander DAVISON, gentleman, of Winyard [Grindon, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/D4/1   2 March 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/D5   26 March 1702
John DAVISON, of Bellisess (Bellasis), parish of Stanington (Stannington) [Stannington, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B1/1
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B1/2
DPRI/1/1702/D5/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent, debts, funeral expenses and a mortuary
DPRI/1/1702/D6   19 May 1702
Robert DAVISON, vicar of Warkworth, clerk, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B52
DPRI/1/1702/D6/1-2   27 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/D6/3   21 January 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/D7
Thomas DICKON, of Haughton in the county of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/D7/1   29 September 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/D8   24 April 1702
James DIXON, sail-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B20
DPRI/1/1702/D8/1   24 November 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/D8/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/D8/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/D9   14 November 1702
Thomas DIXON, yeoman, of Northends in the parish of Lamesley and county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B181
DPRI/1/1702/D9/1   9 February 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, rent, wages, legacies, apprenticeship
DPRI/1/1702/D10   20 June 1702
Richard DREWREY, sail-maker, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Drewry
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B104
DPRI/1/1702/D10/1   9 June 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/D11   6 January 1703
John DUN, yeoman, of Hart in the county of Durham [Hart, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B232
DPRI/1/1702/D11/1   25 March 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/D11/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/E1   13 August 1702
Henry EDEN, gentleman, of Shincliff (Shinckliffe) in the county palatine of Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1702/B120
DPRI/1/1702/E1/1   28 June 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/E2   11 September 1702
Elianor EDWARDS, widow, of Bernard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Ellenor
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1702/B141
DPRI/1/1702/E2/1   27 August 1695
will
DPRI/1/1702/E3
Elizabeth ELLISON, spinster, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1702/B229
DPRI/1/1702/E3/1-2   3 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1702/E4   5 November 1702
William ELLWOOD, yeoman, of Green Ridge in the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Elwood
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B175
DPRI/1/1702/E4/1
will
will, dated 27 Sep
DPRI/1/1702/E4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/E5   30 November 1702
Lancelot ERRINGTON, gentleman, of Elvet in or near the city of Durham in the parish of St Oswalds [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt Lancelott
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B193
DPRI/1/1702/E5/1   30 November 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/E6   20 October 1702
Walter ETTRICKE, esquire, of Sunderland in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Ettrick
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B150
DPRI/1/1702/E6/1   20 January 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/F1   4 November 1702
John FENWICK, yeoman, of West-Harle in the parish of Whelpington in the county of Northumberland [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B169
DPRI/1/1702/F1/1   10 October 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/F2   25 April 1702
William FENWICK, gentleman, of Capheaton in the county of Northumberland [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B22
DPRI/1/1702/F2/1   29 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/F2/2   9 January 1702
codicil
DPRI/1/1702/F3   20 August 1702
Ralph FETHERSTON, yeoman, of Pryhill in Weardale in the county of Durham; Dykehead in Weardale, parish of Stanhopp [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B121
DPRI/1/1702/F3/1-2   30 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/F3/3   7 August 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/F3/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/F4   20 July 1702
Grace FLECK, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B109
DPRI/1/1702/F4/1-2   11 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/F5
Ralph FROST, master and mariner, of South Sheels West Panns in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/F5/1   31 December 1701
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, with memorandum certifying the validity of the will
DPRI/1/1702/F5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/G1   20 July 1702
John GIBSON, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B106
DPRI/1/1702/G1/1   13 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/G2   30 October 1702
John GIBSON, yeoman, of Saugh Sheals in the parish of Stanhope and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B153
DPRI/1/1702/G2/1   12 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/G2/2   13 September 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/G3
Thomas GIBSON, yeoman, of Easthartburne in the parish of Norton and county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/G3/1-2   3 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1702/G3/3   12 March 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/G3/4-5   12 March 1703
will bond
DPRI/1/1702/G4   6 June 1702
Brignell GRAINGE, gentleman, of Sunnyside in the county of Durham, parish of Whickham [Whickham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B81
DPRI/1/1702/G4/1-2   29 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/G5   2 June 1702
George GREEN, of Horsly (Horseley), parish of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Greane
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1702/B71
DPRI/1/1702/G5/1-2   18 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/G6   2 May 1702
Alice GREGORY, widow, of Cocerton (Cockerton) in the county of Durham [Cockerton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1702/B30
DPRI/1/1702/G6/1-2   23 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/G6/3   28 April 1702
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Mr Peter Burrell 'att his house in Durham', postmarked Darlington
DPRI/1/1702/G7   22 December 1702
Alexander GREIVE, keelman, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B207
DPRI/1/1702/G7/1-2   14 December 1702
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1702/G7/3-4   15 January 1703
affidavit
affidavits of the five witnesses to the nuncupative will, made on the part of Jane Glenn, residuary legatee, relating to a cause of Jane Glenn against John Greive, to prove the nuncupative will of Alexander Greive
DPRI/1/1702/G7/5
draft allegation
(draft) articles of allegation [of Jane Glenn]
DPRI/1/1702/G8   20 November 1702
George GREY, gentleman, of Suddicke (Suddick) in the county palatine of Durham [Southwick, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B184
DPRI/1/1702/G8/1-2   14 July 1690
will
DPRI/1/1702/H1   5 May 1702
Elizabeth HALL, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Elesbeth
will bond, penal sum £280: DPRI/3/1702/B31
DPRI/1/1702/H1/1   7 February 1698
will
DPRI/1/1702/H2   1 February 1703
John HALL, alderman, alderman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B218
DPRI/1/1702/H2/1-2   28 August 1697
will
DPRI/1/1702/H3   15 April 1702
Joseph HALL, gentleman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/H3/1   30 September 1701
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/H3/2-3   15 April 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/H4   15 September 1702
Dorothy HARRISON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B130
DPRI/1/1702/H4/1   27 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/H5   24 April 1702
Merill HARRISON, widow, of Blackwell in the county of Durham [Blackwell, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B24
DPRI/1/1702/H5/1-2   17 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/H6   15 July 1702
John HAXBY, master and mariner, of Sunderland nigh the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Hanxby
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1702/B100
DPRI/1/1702/H6/1-2   1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/H7   12 June 1702
Thomas HEDLEY, of the Middle Cressild lees (Middle Cressett Lees), parish of Elsdon [Elsdon, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B86
DPRI/1/1702/H7/1   29 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/H7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/H8   9 November 1702
Eden HEDWORTH, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B180
DPRI/1/1702/H8/1-2   23 November 1696
will
DPRI/1/1702/H9   6 June 1702
Robert HENDERSON, yeoman, of West Aukland in the county of Durham [West Auckland, County Durham]; also spelt Hederson
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B80
DPRI/1/1702/H9/1-2   12 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/H9/3-4   4 June 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/H10   16 April 1702
Christopher HODGSON, mariner, of Sunderland by the sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Hodghon
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B17
DPRI/1/1702/H10/1-2   12 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/H11   8 January 1703
Ralph HOLME, yeoman, of Unthanke in the county of Durham, parish of Brancepeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Holmes
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B213
DPRI/1/1702/H11/1-2   9 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/H11/3   7 January 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/H12   25 January 1703
John HULLOCK, butcher, of Barnardcastle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B216
DPRI/1/1702/H12/1   31 December 1702
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/H12/2-3   10 July 1711
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/H12/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/H13   23 October 1702
John HUNTER, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1702/B151
DPRI/1/1702/H13/1-2   1 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/H13/3-4   22 October 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, endorsed with incomplete inventory dated 1 Oct 1702
DPRI/1/1702/H14   21 May 1702
William HUNTER, butcher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B62
DPRI/1/1702/H14/1   5 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/H14/2
copy will
DPRI/1/1702/J1   8 June 1702
Margaret JEFFERSON, widow, of Framwelgate (Framwellgate) in the county of Durham [Framwellgate Moor, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1702/B82
DPRI/1/1702/J1/1-2   25 January 1702
will
with codicil, 25 January 1701
DPRI/1/1702/J2   16 September 1702
Cuthbert JOHNSON, yeoman, of East Park in the parish of Branspeth and county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B131
DPRI/1/1702/J2/1-2   25 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/J3   4 February 1703
George JOHNSON, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B222
DPRI/1/1702/J3/1   29 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/J3/2   28 January 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/J4   5 November 1702
Robert JOHNSON, of Whorleton in the county of Durham [Whorlton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B156
DPRI/1/1702/J4/1-2   28 October 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/L1   31 December 1702
John LESTER, of Whitton in the parish of Grindon [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Litster
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B211
DPRI/1/1702/L1/1   1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/L1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/M1   8 May 1702
James MACKMORNE, chapman, of Sunderland nigh the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1702/B35
DPRI/1/1702/M1/1-2   24 April 1702
inventory
inventory with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/M2   24 October 1702
Dorothy MADDISON, wife of Ralph Maddison of Washington in the county of Durham, widow, of Washington in the county palatine of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
Maddison was widowed by the time of writing her second codicil, 4 Oct 1701.
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1702/B152
DPRI/1/1702/M2/1   19 March 1698
will
DPRI/1/1702/M2/2-3   13 July 1699
codicil
DPRI/1/1702/M2/4   4 October 1701
codicil
DPRI/1/1702/M3   5 November 1702
Elianor MERIMAN, spinster, of (Barne house in the ) parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Merryman, Mirriman, Mireman, Ellenor
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B177
DPRI/1/1702/M3/1   1 October 1702
renunciation
proxy of Mary Meriman, nominating William Blakburne of Old Sheels, her son-in-law, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1702/M3/2   25 May 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/M4   14 October 1702
Ann MONTCRIEFF, spinster, of Newcaslte upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Montcriffe, Moncriffe
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B143
DPRI/1/1702/M4/1-2   6 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/M5   18 May 1702
Ann MORTON, widow, of Doddingtone in the parrish of Chatton in the countey of Northumberland [Doddington, Northumberland]; also spelt Mortton, Anne
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B47
DPRI/1/1702/M5/1-2   14 March 1702
nuncupative will
Dated in the New Style.
DPRI/1/1702/M6   3 November 1702
Mary MUSGRAVE, widow, of Low Buston in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Warkworth) [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B163
DPRI/1/1702/M6/1   27 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1702/M6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/M7
Robert MYLOTT, gentleman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/M7/1-2   22 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1702/N1   20 July 1702
Edmond NELSON, of parish of St Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1702/B111
DPRI/1/1702/N1/1   23 September 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/N2   19 September 1702
Peter NELSON, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B132
DPRI/1/1702/N2/1-2   12 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/N3   3 November 1702
John NESBETT, yeoman, of Alnewicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Nesbit, Nesbitt
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1702/B162
DPRI/1/1702/N3/1   8 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/N4   21 November 1702
Ralph NEWLANDS, of East Bolden in the county of Durham [East Boldon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B187
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B188
DPRI/1/1702/N4/1   19 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/N4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/N5   18 April 1702
Joseph NEWTON, gentleman, of Old Ridley in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B23
DPRI/1/1702/N5/1   12 May 1690
copy will
with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original is held by John Raw, one of the nominated executors
DPRI/1/1702/N5/2-3   18 April 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/N6   8 April 1702
Thomas NIXON, yeoman, of Annatwalls in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B10
DPRI/1/1702/N6/1-2   18 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/N6/3   28 December 1700
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1702/N6/4   11 April 1702
renunciation
renunciation of Elizabeth Nixon, widow of testator, nominating Nicholas Walton, clerk, to administer during the minority of Nicholas Nixon, her son
DPRI/1/1702/N7   4 February 1703
Michael NOBLE, tailor, of castle garth in the county of Northumberland (parish of St Nicholas) [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1702/B225
DPRI/1/1702/N7/1-2   3 February 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/O1   18 May 1702
Dorothy ORDE, widow of Henry Orde late of West Ord in the county palatine of Durham esquire, widow, of town of Barwick upon Tweed (Berwick) [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland; Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Ord
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1702/O1/1-2   13 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/O1/3-4   20 January 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/O1/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/P1   4 February 1703
John PARKER, of the Chopps in the parish of Knaresdaile in the county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B221
DPRI/1/1702/P1/1-2   28 November 1702
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/P2   21 November 1702
Christopher PARKIN, fellmonger, of West-gate-Coate in the chappelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Perkin
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B189
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B190
DPRI/1/1702/P2/1   28 July 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/P2/2   3 November 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/P3   5 November 1702
William PATTYSON, yeoman, of Kellah (Kelloe) in the parish of Haltwisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Pattison
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B174
DPRI/1/1702/P3/1-2   15 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/P3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/P4   9 June 1702
Ann PEACOCKE, widow, of School Ayckclife in the countie palatine of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Peacock
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B85
DPRI/1/1702/P4/1   2 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/P4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/P5   24 December 1702
Simon PEACOCKE, the elder, gentleman, late of Burnehall, now of New Elvett near the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B210
DPRI/1/1702/P5/1-2   24 February 1702
copy will
with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will is in the hands of the executor
DPRI/1/1702/P5/3   29 October 1702
copy codicil
copy codicil, with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will is in the hands of the executor
DPRI/1/1702/P5/4-5   24 December 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/P6   9 June 1702
Jane POLESON, widow, of Snipe gate in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Poulson
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B83
DPRI/1/1702/P6/1   30 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/P6/2-3   8 June 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/P7   4 February 1703
Thomas PURVIS, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B223
DPRI/1/1702/P7/1   11 February 1702
will
will and memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1702/P7/2   27 January 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R1   4 February 1703
John RAINE, vintner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Rayne
administration bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1702/B227
DPRI/1/1702/R1/1-2   21 January 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R2   22 December 1702
William RAMSAY, goldsmith, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B202
DPRI/1/1702/R2/1-2   13 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/R2/3
petition
petition from Margaret Ramsay, relict and executrix of the testator, to 'Mr deane and the Rest of your brethren', relating that she is unable to prove the will due to her poverty
DPRI/1/1702/R3   9 April 1702
John REAY, gentleman, of Monck Seaton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tynemouth [Monkseaton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B14
DPRI/1/1702/R3/1-3   4 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/R4   14 January 1703
Robert REED, senior, master and mariner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B215
DPRI/1/1702/R4/1-2   29 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/R5   1 May 1702
Elinor RICHARDSON, widow, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Elianor, Ellenor
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B43
DPRI/1/1702/R5/1   19 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/R6   4 February 1703
Anne RIDDELL, seamster, spinster, of Fenham in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of St Andrew [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B226
DPRI/1/1702/R6/1-2   29 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/R7   5 November 1702
Michaell RIDLEY, yeoman, of Warke in the parish of Symonburne and county of Northumberland [Wark, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B171
DPRI/1/1702/R7/1-2   13 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/R7/3   8 June 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/R8   2 May 1702
Thomas ROBINSON, yeoman, of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B29
DPRI/1/1702/R8/1-2   10 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/R8/3-4   27 March 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R9   25 September 1702
James ROBSON, yeoman, of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland [Bellingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B116
DPRI/1/1702/R9/1   28 August 1701
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R10   2 June 1702
John ROBSON, yeoman, of Birtley (Birtly) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Chollerton [Birtley St Giles, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B70
DPRI/1/1702/R10/1   2 January 1702
will
with codicil, 19 January 1702
DPRI/1/1702/R10/2-3   9 February 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R11   28 May 1702
John ROBSON, of Middleston (within the parish of St Andrew Awckland) [Merrington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1702/B69
DPRI/1/1702/R11/1   26 May 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R12   7 May 1702
Roger ROBSON, yeoman, of the burnegraines in the chapelry of Billingham and parish of Simonbourn and county of Northumberland; Emlehope in the parish of Simon [Billingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1702/B33
DPRI/1/1702/R12/1-2   7 March 1696
will
DPRI/1/1702/R12/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R13
Timothy ROBSON, alderman, merchant, alderman, esquire, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1702/R13/1   20 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/R14   2 February 1703
Jane RUMFORD, spinster, of Heighington within the parish of Heighington and county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B220
DPRI/1/1702/R14/1   6 January 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/R15   2 June 1702
John RUTTER, of Ouston in the parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B72
DPRI/1/1702/R15/1   29 May 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent, wages, debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1702/S1   3 March 1703
William SCARBROUGH, ship-carpenter, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1702/S1/1-2   26 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1702/S1/3-4   3 February 1703
codicil
DPRI/1/1702/S1/5-6   18 February 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S2
John SHEPPERDSON, of South-Sheeles [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1702/S2/1   undated
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S3
George SHIPPERDSON, gentleman, of Biddick house in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Shepperdson
DPRI/1/1702/S3/1   6 November 1697
will
DPRI/1/1702/S3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/S4   1 October 1702
Thomas SICKERAM, yeoman, of Berwick on the Hill in the parish of Pont Eland and county of Northumberland [Ponteland, Northumberland]; also spelt Sickrom
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B138
DPRI/1/1702/S4/1   24 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/S5   14 May 1702
George SMITHSON, merchant, of Sunderland by Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B41
DPRI/1/1702/S5/1   7 May 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S6   5 September 1702
Jane SPENCELEY, the younger, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Spencely
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B128
DPRI/1/1702/S6/1-2   9 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/S6/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/S7   20 May 1702
William STEVENSON, yeoman, of Woodhorne in the parish of Woodhorne and countye of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Stephenson
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B55
DPRI/1/1702/S7/1-2   20 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/S7/3   18 May 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S8   22 August 1702
Cuthbert STOKOE, of Newbrough in the county of Northumberland; Chipchase [Newbrough, Northumberland; Chollerton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B122
DPRI/1/1702/S8/1-2   10 October 1699
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S8/3   24 April 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S8/4   undated
allegation
allegation, exhibiting the inventory, of Thomas Stokoe, administrator, relating to a cause promoted against him by Richard Stokoe
DPRI/1/1702/S9   19 May 1702
Thomas STORIE, yeoman, of Bilton-Green-ridge in the parish of Lesbury and county of Northumberland [Lesbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Story
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B49
DPRI/1/1702/S9/1   5 June 1700
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/S9/2   27 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/S10   27 June 1702
John SWALLWELL, of Langley, parish of Brancepeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B93
DPRI/1/1702/S10/1-2
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1702/S11   2 November 1702
John SWAN, yeoman, of Heaton in the county of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1702/B160
DPRI/1/1702/S11/1-2   14 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/S11/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/S12   9 May 1702
Robert SWAN, yeoman, of Sunderland neare the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B38
DPRI/1/1702/S12/1-2   21 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T1
John TAYLOR, mariner, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Tayler
DPRI/1/1702/T1/1-2   2 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T2   5 November 1702
Richard TAYLOR, yeoman, of Litle Swinburn (Swinburne) in parish of Chollerton and county of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B178
DPRI/1/1702/T2/1   2 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T2/2   1 August 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/T3   20 July 1702
Thomas THIRLEWELL, cooper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B107
DPRI/1/1702/T3/1-2   18 July 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/T4   5 November 1702
Richard THORNBROUGH, gentleman, of Dilston in the county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Thornbrugh, Thornebrough
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B172
DPRI/1/1702/T4/1   17 July 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T5   16 March 1703
Margaret THORNTON, spinster, of Witton Sheels in the county of Northumberland, parish of Longhorseley [Longhorsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Thorneton
commission: DPRI/3/1702/B253/3
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B253/1-2
DPRI/1/1702/T5/1-2   5 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/T5/3   undated
copy inventory, actual total £302 10s
DPRI/1/1702/T5/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/T6   4 September 1702
Edward TODD, cooper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B127
DPRI/1/1702/T6/1   1 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T6/2-3
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/T7   21 May 1702
John TODD, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Todd was intestate, and his estate was administered by Rosimond Todd
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1702/B65
DPRI/1/1702/T7/1-2   21 May 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/T8   20 April 1702
John TOSYER, esquire, of citty of Durham; towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Durham, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Tosier
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B19
DPRI/1/1702/T8/1   19 December 1699
copy will
copy will, with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will is in the hands of the executrix
DPRI/1/1702/T8/2-3   20 April 1702
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1702/T9   13 September 1702
Robert TWEDDELL, gentleman, of Thorpe Thewles in the county of Durham [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Tweddle
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B137
DPRI/1/1702/T9/1-2   7 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/T9/3-4   23 September 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/W1   22 December 1702
Arthur WALLIS, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallass
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B203
DPRI/1/1702/W1/1-2   17 November 1702
copy inventory
with inventory, 2 February 1706
DPRI/1/1702/W2   8 April 1702
Nicholas WALTON, of Hole in the chappelry of Garragill (Garrigill); Tinehead in Priorsdale in Alstonmoore [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt senior
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1702/B11
DPRI/1/1702/W2/1-2   1 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/W2/3   13 October 1701
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1702/W3
John WARD, of hely hall in the county of Northumberland [Healey, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1702/W3/1-2   21 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/W4   24 September 1702
Josias WARD, of Keepyer [Durham St Giles, County Durham]; also spelt Josia
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1702/B133
DPRI/1/1702/W4/1-2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/W5   2 May 1702
George WATSON, of Newbottle [Newbottle, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1702/B27
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B28
DPRI/1/1702/W5/1-2   24 April 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1702/W6   24 April 1702
Thomas WATSON, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B25
DPRI/1/1702/W6/1   26 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/W6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1702/W7   21 November 1702
Thomas WEEMES, M.A., vicar of Whittingham, clerk, of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland [Whittingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B186
DPRI/1/1702/W7/1-2   13 July 1696
will
DPRI/1/1702/W8
John WELSH, yeoman, of Whitburne in the county of Durham [Whitburn, County Durham]; also spelt Welch
DPRI/1/1702/W8/1   14 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/W9
Michael WELSH, of West Renton [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B234
DPRI/1/1702/W9/1   12 February 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1702/W10   15 October 170213 February 1708
Matthew WHITE, barber-surgeon, wax-chandler, tallow-chandler, merchant, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B148
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B149
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B149/1
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1702/B149/2
DPRI/1/1702/W10/1-2   20 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/W10/3   19 October 1702
nomination of tutor
proxy of John Watson and John Sheriff, trustees and guardians, nominating Elizabeth White, relict of the testator, as tutrix of the three children; with 21 Oct 1702 covering note from Richard Burdus, notary public, to Peter Burrell 'att the Registers-Office in Durham', requesting dispatch of the probate and tuition and the fee
DPRI/1/1702/W11   26 March 1702
John WHITFEILD, of Shadforth in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham [Shadforth, County Durham]; also spelt Whitfield
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1702/B4
DPRI/1/1702/W11/1-2   8 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/W12   26 March 1702
William WHITFIELD, gentleman, of Sherburne in the county of Durham [Sherburn, County Durham]; also spelt Whitfeild
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1702/W12/1-2   25 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1702/W13   2 June 1702
Matthew WIGHAM, yeoman, of burnhouse in the county of Northumberland and paresh of Haltwisel [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B74
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B75
DPRI/1/1702/W13/1   6 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/W13/2   15 May 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expense
DPRI/1/1702/W14   5 November 1702
Richard WILKIESON, of Barresfoord (Barrasford) in the parish of Chollerton and county of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Wilkinson, Wilkisone
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1702/B176
DPRI/1/1702/W14/1   3 November 1702
renunciation
proxy of Dorothia Wilkisone, nominating Frances Wilkieson, her son, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1702/W14/2   3 November 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts, rent and funeral charge
DPRI/1/1702/W15   19 November 1702
Joseph WILLIE, labourer, of Hedley-woodhead (Hedly) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Willy
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B182
DPRI/1/1702/W15/1-2   24 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1702/W15/3   8 January 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges, rent and other debts
DPRI/1/1702/W16   14 October 1702
John WILSON, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1702/B145
DPRI/1/1702/W16/1-2   3 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/W17   3 November 1702
William WILSON, yeoman, of Long Framlington in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Felton) [Longframlington, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1702/B165
DPRI/1/1702/W17/1   12 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1702/W17/2   12 February 1702
(detached) seal
Wills etc proved 1703
Reference: DPRI/1/1703
DPRI/1/1703/A1   24 January 1704
William ADDINGTON, waterman, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]. Died 16 January 1704
will bond, penal sum £280: DPRI/3/1703/B209/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A1/1   12 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/A1/2-3   24 January 1704
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Peter Burrell at the Consistory Court Office in Durham
DPRI/1/1703/A2   4 March 1704
John ADDISON, of Unthank in the parish of Shotley [Shotley, Northumberland]; also spelt Addinson
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B241/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A2/1   3 February 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A3   12 June 1703
Thomas AIREY, gentleman, of North Sheilds in the county of Northumberland, Tynemouth [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Ayrey, Airy
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A3/1-2   6 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/A3/3-4   12 June 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A4   15 June 1703
John ALDER, gentleman, of Harbottle Peels (Peeles in the parish of Allenton) in the countye of Northumberland [Alwinton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A4/1-2   13 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/A4/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A5   25 December 1703
Katherine ALLCOCKE, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Allcock, Catharine
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B196/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A5/1-2   12 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/A5/3
wrapper
wrapper, with direction to Peter Burrell
DPRI/1/1703/A6   4 November 1703
Ann ARCHER, widow, of Winlaton in the county of Durham, parish of Ryton [Winlaton, County Durham]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A6/1   22 April 1699
will
DPRI/1/1703/A7   24 May 1703
Henry ARMSTRONG, of Chollerton [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Armestrong
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B60
DPRI/1/1703/A7/1-2   5 March 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A8   29 January 1704
Jane ARROWSMITH, widow, Brome, Brandone in the parish of Brancepeth [Durham St Oswald, County Durham; Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Arrosmith
Arrowsmith died at Brandon.
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A8/1   3 May 1700
will
will, dated between 1700 and 1703
DPRI/1/1703/A8/2
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A8/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/A9   5 June 1703
John ARROWSMITH, yeoman, of Cockfield (Cockfeild) in the county of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B76/1
DPRI/1/1703/A9/1-2   8 March 1697
will
DPRI/1/1703/A9/3   1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of legacies and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1703/A9/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/A10   24 May 1703
Edward ARTHUR, yeoman, of Welden in the county of Northumberland, parish of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B65
DPRI/1/1703/A10/1   14 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/A11   10 November 1703
Michael ATCHISON, of Bolam in the county of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Michaell, Atcheson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B175/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/A11/1   19 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/A11/2-3
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent and debts
DPRI/1/1703/B1   30 June 1703
Jane BAKER, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B87
DPRI/1/1703/B1/1-2   20 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/B1/3   8 June 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/B2   16 July 1703
Christopher BARRAS, of (Newton Bewly in the) parish of Billingham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Barrowes, Barrows
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B2/1   16 July 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/B3   13 April 1703
Jane BAYLES, widow, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Bailes
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B17
DPRI/1/1703/B3/1   18 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/B4   1 September 1703
Mark BELL, shipwright, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Marke
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B124/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B4/1   6 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/B4/2   undated
letter
fragment of a letter from John Ord to Peter Burrell at the Register Office in Durham, requesting Burrell not to allow the will to be delivered out of the Registry [the nominated executrix is Bell's wife: possibly a caveat]
DPRI/1/1703/B5   24 January 1703
Robert BEWICKE, esquire, of Closehouse in the county of Northumberland [Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £9,000: DPRI/3/1703/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B5/1   6 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/B5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/B5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/B6   4 November 1703
Thomas BILTON, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1703/B158/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B6/1-2   15 September 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/B7   8 October 1703
Mary BOLAM, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £4: DPRI/3/1703/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B7/1   1 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/B8   13 January 1704
James BRANKSTON, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Branxton, Branckston
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B204
DPRI/1/1703/B8/1-2   27 September 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/B8/3   12 January 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/B9   14 February 1704
Sarah BRANKSTON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Branckston, Branxton
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B227/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B9/1-2   1 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1703/B10
Richard BRASS, senior, yeoman, of parish of Great Aycklife (Aickliffe) and county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B24
DPRI/1/1703/B10/1-2   29 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/B11   13 August 1703
Thomas BREWISS, of Nunrideing, parish of Mitford [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Brewis
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B116/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B11/1   24 July 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges, wages and rent
DPRI/1/1703/B12   11 November 1703
Thomas BROWN, gentleman, of Newton-Hall in the county of Northumberland, parish of Bywell St Peter [Newton Hall, Northumberland]; also spelt Browne
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B181/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B12/1-2   13 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/B12/3   20 October 1703
codicil
DPRI/1/1703/B12/4   20 October 1703
copy codicil
DPRI/1/1703/B13   1 May 1703
Anthony BUCK, yeoman, of Layton, parish of Sedgfield [Sedgefield, County Durham]. Died 26 December 1702
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1703/B39/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B13/1-2   23 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/B13/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/B14   11 October 1703
Arnold BURDETT, gentleman, of Woodsheeles in the county of Northumberland, parish of Warden (in the chapplery of Newbrough) [Newbrough, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £700: DPRI/3/1703/B176/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B14/1   6 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/B14/2-3   11 November 1703
revocation of caveat
revocation of caveat of Mary Burdett, relict of the testator, against Benedict Burdett, Jasper Hall and Martin Hall, nominated executors, from proving the will, now revoked by Mary Burdett herself
DPRI/1/1703/B14/4   11 October 1703
renunciation
proxy of renunciation of Benedict Burdett and Jasper Hall, nominated executors
DPRI/1/1703/B15   2 March 1704
John BUSBY, gentleman, of Cassop (Cassopp) in the county of Durham (in the parish of Kelloe) [Cassop cum Quarrington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B240/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B15/1-3   6 February 1704
copy will
DPRI/1/1703/B15/4-5   2 March 1704
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1703/B16   11 September 1703
John BYERS, of Rotte Ridge in the county of Durham, parish of Monk Hesleden [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B127/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B128/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/B16/1   8 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/B16/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/C1   12 May 1703
Raiph CARNABY, yeoman, of Todburn in the parish of Longhorseley and county of Northumberland [Longhorsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Ralph
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C1/1-2   25 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/C1/3   15 June 1702
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of tithes
DPRI/1/1703/C1/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/C2   10 May 1703
Thomas CARR, gentleman, of Belford (Bellford West hall) in the county of Northumberland [Belford, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C2/1   6 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/C3
John CHAPMAN, yeoman, of High Bishopley in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond: DPRI/3/1703/B3
DPRI/1/1703/C3/1   24 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/C4   23 April 1703
John CHURCH, gentleman, of (Claypeth within the parish of St Nicholas) in the city of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B152/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C4/1   29 April 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/C5   8 January 1704
Anthony CLARKE, mariner, of North Sheilds in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Clark
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C5/1-2   11 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/C6   17 January 1704
Thomas COCKS, gentleman, of town of NewCastle upon Tine in the county of the same [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cox
Proved at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B216/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C6/1-2   19 August 1703
copy will
with 17 Jan 1704 memorandum relating that the will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, in which Registry the original will remains
DPRI/1/1703/C6/3   4 December 1703
commission
commission to the Bishop of London to administer an oath, to grant administration, and to execute a bond to Sarah Parris of Cheapside and Mary Cocks, spinster, nieces and co-executrixes of the testator; endorsed with memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at London) 17 Jan 1704
DPRI/1/1703/C7
Michaell COLLING, yeoman, of Darlington in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B22
DPRI/1/1703/C7/1   4 November 1698
will
DPRI/1/1703/C8   11 May 1703
John COLLINGWOOD, yeoman, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B42
DPRI/1/1703/C8/1   30 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/C8/2   7 May 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges
DPRI/1/1703/C9   12 August 1703
Alice COMYN, widow, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Cumin
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C9/1   30 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/C9/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/C10   21 March 1704
Thomas COOPER, surgeon, of Sedgfield in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Cowper
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C10/1-2   6 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/C11   7 August 1703
William COWLE, gentleman, of Woodhorn [Woodhorn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B111/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C11/1   1 April 1703
inventory
with inventory, 15 April 1703
inventory and 15 Apr 1703 inventory made at Tritlington
DPRI/1/1703/C12
Margarett CROSBY, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1703/C12/1-2   4 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/C13   21 August 1703
John CROSMAN, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Crossman
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B121/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/C13/1   5 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/D3
Richard DAVINSON, yeoman, of Sherington in the county of Durham [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Davison
DPRI/1/1703/D3/1-2   22 March 1703
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1703/D2   10 December 1703
Alexander DAVISON, gentleman, of New-Elvett in or near the citty of Durham in the county of Durham (parish of St Oswald) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B189/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D2/1   2 December 1703
copy will
copy will, with memorandum certifying its accuracy and that the original is in the hands of the execturix
DPRI/1/1703/D2/2-3   10 December 1703
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1703/D4   11 May 1703
Robert DAVISON, gentleman, of Stamford in the county of Northumberland, parish of Embleton [Embleton, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B43
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1703/B44
DPRI/1/1703/D4/1   27 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/D4/2   4 March 1703
inventory
with account, 4 March 1703
DPRI/1/1703/D5   25 September 1703
William DAWSON, of (Harraton within the) parish of Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B138/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D5/1   14 September 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/D1
Thomas DEALE, master, of South Sheels [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Daile
DPRI/1/1703/D1/1-2   8 April 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/D6   30 March 1703
George DIXON, of Farrhouse in the parish of Knarsdale (Knaresdaile) in the county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B1/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D6/1   28 January 1703
copy inventory
with account, 28 January 1703
copy inventory and account of debts (same date)
DPRI/1/1703/D6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/D7   19 April 1703
Thomas DIXON, curate of Whitworth, clerk, of Whitworth in the county of Durham [Whitworth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B25
DPRI/1/1703/D7/1   1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/D7/2   15 March 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/D8   19 August 1703
John DIXSON, yeoman, of rodger mouer (roger moor) in the county of Durham, parish of Gainford [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Dixon
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B120/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D8/1   6 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/D9   4 November 1703
Thomas DOBSON, felt-maker, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1703/B159/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D9/1-2   27 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/D11   14 February 1704
John DONNALSON, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Donalson, Donaldson
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B228/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D11/1   8 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1703/D11/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/D10   2 December 1703
James DOOD, of Thorey bure (Thorneley burne), chappelry of Bellingham [Thorneyburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Dodd
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B250/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/D10/1   10 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/D10/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/E1   7 February 1704
Elinor EDMESTON, widow, of borough of Barwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Edmiston, Elianor
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B252/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/E1/1-2   10 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/E2   7 April 1703
Lowrance ELGIE, weaver, of Darlington in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Lawrence, Elgy
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B14
DPRI/1/1703/E2/1   22 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/E2/2   29 March 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/E3   8 July 1703
Thomas ELLERINGTON, free porter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Elrington
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B94
DPRI/1/1703/E3/1-2   27 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/E4   13 May 1703
William ERRINGTON, gentleman, of West Denton in the county of Northumberland (within the parish of Newburne) [Newburn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £140: DPRI/3/1703/B57
DPRI/1/1703/E4/1   3 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1703/F1   11 May 1703
Katharine FORSTER, widow, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Katherine
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B41/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/F1/1   29 April 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/F2   13 May 1703
Ralph FORSTER, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B58
DPRI/1/1703/F2/1   15 February 1703
will
will and memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1703/F3   11 May 1703
Ralph FORSTER, gentleman, of Doxford in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Ellingham [Ellingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1703/B45
DPRI/1/1703/F3/1-2   24 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/F3/3-4   29 April 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/F4   13 January 1704
Nicholas FRENCH, fuller, of Elvett (parish of St Oswald) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B200/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/F4/1   11 January 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/F5   8 July 1703
Faith FROTHINGHAM, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B92/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/F5/1-2   13 April 1699
will
with codicil, 19 May 1701
DPRI/1/1703/G1   25 May 1703
Edward GARGATT, of (Ettersgill in the) parish of Middleton in Teasdaile [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Gargill, Gargitt. Died 16 September 1702
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B76/2-3
DPRI/1/1703/G1/1
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and debts
DPRI/1/1703/G2   28 February 1704
William GARTH, gentleman, of Bolam in the county of Durham, parish of Gainford [Bolam, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G2/1   13 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/G2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/G3   9 October 1703
Michaell GARTHRON, yeoman, of New Row within the chappelry of Hamsterley (Hamsterly) and county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Garthorne, Michael
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B144/1-2
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1703/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G3/1   15 July 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/G3/2   26 July 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/G4   26 July 16953 May 1703
Sir Samuel GERARD, knight, sometimes of Brafferton in the county of York, late of parish of St James Westminster [Brafferton, Yorkshire; St James Westminster, Middlesex]
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1703/B98/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G4/1   22 July 1695
copy will
copy will, with memorandum realating that the will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and that administration was granted to Lady Elizabeth Gerard, relict of the testator, and Thomas Owen esquire, executors, 26 July 1695
DPRI/1/1703/G5   25 June 170326 July 1706
Edward GIBSON, yeoman, of Monckweeremouth (Monk Wearemouth) in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B85
renunciation: DPRI/3/1706/B95/3-4
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B95/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G5/1-2   27 February 1699
will
with inventory, 27 February 1699
with inventory, 27 February 1699
will with two inventories made by the testator himself at the time of making his will
DPRI/1/1703/G5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/G6   2 June 1703
William GOLDSBROUGH, seaman, mariner, of Billingham in the county of Durholme [Billingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G6/1   2 May 1692
will
DPRI/1/1703/G6/2   26 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/G7   11 March 1704
George GOUNDREY, of Gaunless Mill house in the parrish of Cockfeild and in the county of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]; also spelt Goundry
Will is dated in the Quaker style
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B242/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G7/1-2   31 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1703/G8   23 August 1703
Robert GOWLAND, yeoman, of Munck Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B122/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G8/1-2   1 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/G9   13 January 1704
Robert GREENSIT, yeoman, of Great Lumley (Lumly) in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Greensitt
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1703/B201/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/G9/1-2
will
DPRI/1/1703/H2   14 February 1704
Mary HADDOCK, relict and administratrix of Roger Haddock, smith, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B231/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H2/1-2   23 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/H2/3   14 February 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H1   12 May 1703
Dorothy HADOCK, widow, of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland [Widdrington, Northumberland]; also spelt Haddock
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H1/1   10 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/H1/2   10 April 1703
executor's records
executor's records: power of attorney, also relating to the debts of William Cowle, deceased, of whom Edward Innocent, the executor, was a creditor
DPRI/1/1703/H3   19 August 1703
Ann HALL, widow, of Sheal-Hall in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Slealey [Slaley, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H3/1-2   25 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/H3/3   18 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H4   13 May 1703
John HARRISON, baker, brewer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B56
DPRI/1/1703/H4/1-2   27 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/H5   30 September 1703
Robert HARRISON, of Alnewick [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1703/B162/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1703/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H5/1-2   29 September 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H6   11 May 1703
John HAWDON, yeoman, of Embleton in the county of Northumberland [Embleton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B47
DPRI/1/1703/H6/1   30 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/H6/2-3   4 May 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, exhibited by Elizabeth Hawdon, widow and administratrix of the testator
DPRI/1/1703/H7   26 April 1703
Richard HINDMARSH, esquire, of Walsend (Wallsend) in the county of Northumberland [Wallsend, Northumberland]; also spelt Hyndmarsh
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B33
DPRI/1/1703/H7/1-2   11 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/H8   20 November 1703
William HODSHON, of Carstee in the chappelry of Hamsterly and in the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B184/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H8/1-2   17 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/H9   8 February 1704
John HORNE, of Hornes house within the parish of Kelloe [Kelloe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B221/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H9/1-2   30 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1703/H10   14 January 1704
William HUDSPETH, master and mariner, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1703/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H10/1-2   11 January 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H11   28 January 1704
Drury HUNT, of Hewith Shoar (Shore), parish of Jarrow (Jarroe) [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Drewry
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1703/B212/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H11/1-2   24 January 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H12   11 November 1703
Thomas HUNTER, of (High fatherly in the) parish of Bywell St Peter in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H12/1   27 June 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H13   12 May 1703
Barbara HUNTLEY, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Barbery, Barbary
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B53
DPRI/1/1703/H13/1-2   6 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1703/H13/3   22 January 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/H14   9 June 170313 December 1707
Thomas HUTCHINSON, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p71-72
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B79
commission: DPRI/3/1707/B195/4
certificate of oath: DPRI/3/1707/B195/3
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B195/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/H14/1-2   19 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/I1   8 July 1703
Margarett ILDERTON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/I1/1   5 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/J1   20 December 1703
William JAFFRAY, mariner, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Jeffray, Jeffrey
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B192/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/J1/1-2   1 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/J2   26 April 1703
Abrose JOHNSON, the elder, gentleman, of Whorleton in the countie palatine of Durham [Whorlton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/J2/1-2   26 October 1691
will
DPRI/1/1703/J2/3   24 April 1703
commission
commission to Thomas Mallett MA, Simon Gilpin, Alexander Swintoun and John Morresby, clerics, to execute an annexed bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Elizabeth Johnson, relict and sole executrix of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed (at Staindrop) by Simon Gilpin, vicar of Staindrop, 26 Apr 1703
DPRI/1/1703/J3   29 October 1703
Barbara JOHNSON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B150/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/J3/1   13 July 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/J3/2   26 August 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/J4   24 April 1703
Mary JOHNSON, widow, of Sheerburne in the countey of Durham (in the parish of Pittington) [Sherburn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B29
DPRI/1/1703/J4/1-2   13 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/J5   1 September 1703
Richard JOHNSON, yeoman, of Claxton in the county of Durham, in the parish of Greatham [Greatham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B131/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B132/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/J5/1-2   29 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1703/J5/3   19 February 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/J5/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/J6   4 November 1703
Robert JOHNSON, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B155/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/J6/1   19 August 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/K1   5 April 1703
John KELL, smith, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B4
DPRI/1/1703/K1/1   5 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/L1   14 February 1704
William LAKE, mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L1/1-2   3 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/L2   20 December 1703
Henry LAWS, master and mariner, of Billingham in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Lawes
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B194
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B195/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L2/1-2   1 July 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/L2/3   20 December 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/L3   17 March 1704
Thomas LEE, shoemaker, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1703/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L3/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/L4   20 April 1703
Alice LEIGHTON, widow, of Shotton in the parish of Easington and county of Durham [Shotton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1703/B26
DPRI/1/1703/L4/1-2   9 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/L5   11 November 1703
Mary LIDDELL, widow, of Bromhaugh (Broomhaugh) in the county of Northumberland, parish of Bywell St Andrew [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L5/1   24 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/L5/2   4 November 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/L6   5 April 1703
Christopher LODGE, glazier, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B8/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L6/1-2   19 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/L7   1 May 1703
Richard LUMLEY, apothecary, of Gateside in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B103/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/L7/1   15 February 1697
copy will
DPRI/1/1703/L7/2-3   27 April 1703
commission
commission to Charles Neile MA, Robert Woodifield, Gabriel Blakiston MA and Thomas Trotter MA, clerics, to execute an annexed bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Jane Lumley, widow (mother) and co-executor of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed [at Northallerton] by Robert Woodifield, 1 May 1703
DPRI/1/1703/L7/4   8 May 1719
letter
letter from Richard Conyers at Northallerton to Mr Robert Hilton, Register at Durham, requesting delivery of the original will of which Conyers is the surviving executor and which he intends to prove at York, and enclosing DPRI/1/1703/L7/5
DPRI/1/1703/L7/5   13 April 1719
letter
letter from William Ward of the Prerogative Court of York to Robert Hilton at Durham, containing an order to deliver the original will, and subscribed with 9 May 1719 receipt for the original will, signed by John Flintiff (bearer of Conyers)
DPRI/1/1703/M1   12 April 170311 April 1706
Gilbert MACHON, esquire, of the South Baily in or near the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]. Died November 1702
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B32/1-2
bond to redeliver the original will, penal sum £6,000: DPRI/3/1703/B34
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/M1/1   15 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/M1/4   22 August 1705
copy decree
copy decree in 22 Aug 1705 Durham Chancery case relating to maladministration of the estate, and reciting 14 Apr 1696 marriage settlement: Anthony Salvin esquire, Ann Machon and Ann Deborah and Ellenor the widow and (minor) daughters of the testator v Thomas Conyers, Thomas Blakiston and John Cuthbert
DPRI/1/1703/M1/2-3   27 February 1706
renunciation
renunciation of Thomas Conyers esquire, John Cuthbert esquire and Thomas Blakiston gentleman, co-executors
DPRI/1/1703/M1/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/M2   28 May 1703
Henry MAUGHAM, yeoman, of Berkshaw in the parish of Hartwhistell and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B68
DPRI/1/1703/M2/1   30 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/M3   16 April 1703
Henry MAUGHEN, of Chesterwood in the parish of Netherwarden and chapplery of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1703/B19
DPRI/1/1703/M3/1   19 April 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/M4   6 April 1703
Edmund MIDDLETON, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B13
DPRI/1/1703/M4/1-2   15 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/M4/3-4   20 March 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/M5   13 December 1703
John MIDDLETON, esquire, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1703/M5/1   6 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/M5/2   24 November 1703
commission
commission to John Hancock and Joseph Bentham, Doctors in Divinity, and to Devell Pead and George Burghye, clerics, to administer an oath, grant administration and execute an annexed bond to Dorothy Cradock of the city of London, widow and aunt of the testator, during the minorities of his seven children; also with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed by John Hancock 13 Dec 1703
DPRI/1/1703/M5/3-4   13 December 1703
will bond
DPRI/1/1703/M6   4 March 1704
Alice MIDDLEYARD, of Hartley in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Earsden [Earsdon, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B246/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/M6/1   March 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/M7   2 June 1703
John MOORE, tailor, of Fromwelgate (Framwellgate) in the county of Durham [Framwellgate Moor, County Durham]; also spelt Moor
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B74
DPRI/1/1703/M7/1-2   5 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/N1   7 June 1703
John NEILE, glover, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Neale, Neall
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/N1/1   17 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/N1/2   28 May 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/N2   1 November 1703
Adam NICHOLSON, fitter, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/N2/1-2   13 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/O1   13 August 1703
Cuthbert OGLE, yeoman, of Shealhill in the chappelry of Hebburne in the county of Northumberland [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/O1/1   4 May 1703
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts, rent and tithes
DPRI/1/1703/O2   26 July 1703
Christopher ORD, burgess, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B110/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/O2/1   9 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/O2/2   2 June 1703
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1703/O3   16 April 1703
Henry ORNESBEY, yeoman, of Lenchester in the counte of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Ornsbey, Ornesby
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B21
DPRI/1/1703/O3/1-2   13 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/O3/3
copy will
DPRI/1/1703/O3/4   25 November 1702
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/P1   24 May 1703
Richard PARKER, yeoman, of Coales hill in the parish of Knarsdale and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B64
DPRI/1/1703/P1/1-2   5 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/P1/3   10 May 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1703/P1/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/P2   24 September 1703
Thomas PARKER, yeoman, of Lipwood-Well in the parish of Warden, chappelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B136/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P2/1   12 July 1703
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1703/P2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/P3   6 May 1703
John PARKIN, mariner, of North Sheals in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Perkin
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B38
DPRI/1/1703/P3/1   11 October 1698
will
DPRI/1/1703/P3/2   1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/P4   26 February 1704
Thomas PAXTON, draper, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1703/B234/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P4/1-2   16 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/P5   4 November 1703
Robert PAYNE, senior, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Payn, Paine
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P5/1-2
will
DPRI/1/1703/P6
Matthew PEAKE, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Peak
will bond: DPRI/3/1703/B5
DPRI/1/1703/P6/1-2   28 November 1700
will
DPRI/1/1703/P7   29 January 1704
Christopher PEARSON, carpenter, of town and parish of Escomb, and county of Durham [Escomb, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B213/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P7/1   28 January 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/P8   30 July 1703
John PEARSON, yeoman, of Nether-Conniscliffe (Conscliffe) in the county pallatine of Durham [Coniscliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B105/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P8/1-2   7 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/P8/3
codicil
codicil, formerly attached by seals to the will
DPRI/1/1703/P9   30 June 1703
John PEELE, yeoman, of Cullercoatts in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tynemouth [Cullercoats, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/P9/1-2   14 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/R1   29 May 1703
Nicholas REED, yeoman, of Shotton, in the county of Durham (within the parish of Easeington) [Shotton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B72
DPRI/1/1703/R1/1-2   16 November 1698
will
DPRI/1/1703/R2   24 May 1703
Nicholas RIDLEY, gentleman, of Eales in the parish of Simonburne and county of Northumberland [Simonburn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B66
DPRI/1/1703/R2/1-2   19 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/R2/3   12 May 1703
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1703/R3   24 November 1703
Ann ROBSON, widow, of Newburne in the county of Northumberland [Newburn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B186/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/R3/1-2   23 February 1697
will
DPRI/1/1703/R3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/R4   13 March 1704
Edward ROBSON, yeoman, of Northshields in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tinemouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £180: DPRI/3/1703/B245/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/R4/1-2   3 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1703/R5   29 July 1703
William ROBSON, yeoman, of Sockburne in the county of Durham [Sockburn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/R5/1-2   2 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/R5/3   27 July 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/R6   26 April 1703
Joseph RUMBALL, gentleman, of town and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/R6/1   5 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/R6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/R7   13 July 1703
Isaack RUMFORD, ship-carpenter, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B96
DPRI/1/1703/R7/1-2   24 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S1   23 April 1703
James SANDERSON, [minister of Durham St Nicholas], clerk [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1703/B27
DPRI/1/1703/S1/1   21 April 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/S2   11 November 1703
Isabell SHAFTOE, widow, of Stelling in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Issabell
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S2/1   10 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/S3   31 January 1704
Robert SHRIVE, goldsmith, of NewCastle upon Tyne, parish of St Nicholas [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B217/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S3/1   1 April 1704
inventory
inventory of debts owed to Shrive, recoverable and irrecoverable
DPRI/1/1703/S3/2
allegation
allegation, exhibiting the inventory, of Ralph Harrison, gentleman and administrator, relating to a cause promoted against him by Robert Timberell, gentleman
DPRI/1/1703/S4   14 February 1704
Thomas SLATER, miller, of parish of All Saints in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B223/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S4/1-2   7 February 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/S5   24 May 1703
Thomas SLATER, waller, of denkin Rige (Donkinridge) in the parish of Harburne in the county of Northumberland; Fennick Shele (Fenwick South Sheels) in the parish of Stamfordham [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland; Stamfordham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1703/B63
DPRI/1/1703/S5/1   2 April 1690
will
DPRI/1/1703/S5/2   22 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/S6   24 May 1703
Michaell SNOWDON, yeoman, of the Shawes in the parish of Haltwhistle (Haltwesle) and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Michall, Snawdon
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S6/1   3 November 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/S7   24 May 1703
Jane SOULSBY, widow, of (Great) Whittington in the parish of Corbridge and county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B62
DPRI/1/1703/S7/1-2   13 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S8   9 October 1703
John SPARKE, yeoman, of Hoodshope in the parish of Castle Eden in the county of Durham [Castle Eden, County Durham]; also spelt Spark
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S8/1-2   2 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S9   24 April 1703
Jonathan SPARKE, of Hutton Henrie in the county of Durham [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Spark
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B30
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1703/B31
DPRI/1/1703/S9/1   8 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S9/2   16 April 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/S11   26 January 1704
Roger STEELE, merchant, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Steel
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B253/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S11/1   6 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S10   12 May 1703
Cuthbert STEELL, shoemaker, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Steel, Steele
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S10/1   6 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/S12   8 July 1703
Isabell STEPHENSON, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1703/B93
DPRI/1/1703/S12/1   5 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S12/2   11 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/S13   15 November 1703
John STEVENTON, citizen and grocer of London, grocer, of city of London, parish of St Benedict Finck [St Benet Fink, London]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B255/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S13/1   14 March 1688
copy will
copy will, endorsed with memorandum relating that the will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, and that administration was granted to Sarah Gregory nee Steventon, co-executor, 17 Aug 1692
DPRI/1/1703/S13/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/S14   2 July 1703
Michaell STOBART, the elder, blacksmith, of Bishopp Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Michael, Stobert, Stobbert
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1703/B90/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S14/1-2   1 June 1696
will
DPRI/1/1703/S15   5 June 1703
Jane SUTTEN, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Sutton
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B78
DPRI/1/1703/S15/1   1 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/S16   11 October 1703
Thomas SWAINSTON, the elder, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S16/1   24 February 1703
copy will
copy will, endorsed with memorandum relating that the original will was sent to [the Prerogative Court of] York, 20 May 1755
DPRI/1/1703/S17   12 February 1704
Ann SWINBORNE, widow, of Dilston in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Swinborn, Swinburne, Anne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B222/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/S17/1-2   1 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1703/T1   28 May 1703
John TEASDAILE, of West Awckland [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/T1/1   17 April 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/T2   26 July 1703
George THOMPSON, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1703/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/T2/1   19 July 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, Queen's duty and apothecary's bill
DPRI/1/1703/T3   21 September 1703
Robert TODD, saddler, of Bernard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/T3/1   1 September 1703
copy will
DPRI/1/1703/T3/2   4 May 1709
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1703/T3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/U1   20 December 1703
William URWEN, coal-fitter, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B193/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/U1/1-2   3 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/U1/3   11 December 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/W1
Elizabeth WALL, widow, of Newton Capp in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B16
DPRI/1/1703/W1/1   30 July 1701
will
DPRI/1/1703/W1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1703/W2   10 November 1703
John WALTON, slater, of Belsay (Belsey) in the county of Northumberland [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B173/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/W2/1-2   14 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/W3   17 December 1703
Thomas WELLFORD, mason, of Heighington, in the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Welford
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B190/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/W3/1-2   15 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/W4   5 April 1703
Margaret WHITE, widow, of West Boldon (Bolden) in the county of Durham [Boldon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B7
DPRI/1/1703/W4/1-2   4 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1703/W5   26 November 1703
Sir Thomas WILLIAMSON, baronet, formerly of East Markham in the county of Nottingham, now of North-Wearemouth-Hall alias Monck-Wearemouth-Hall in the county palatine of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham; East Markham, Nottinghamshire]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1703/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/W5/1-2   24 April 1703
copy will
copy will, endorsed with a copy of a list of debts drawn up by the testator himself
DPRI/1/1703/W5/3   undated
copy inventory of debts
copy list of debts drawn up by the testator himself
DPRI/1/1703/W6   11 October 1703
John WILSON, master and mariner, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Willson
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1703/B147/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/W6/1   30 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/W7   5 May 170321 July 1704
Robert WILSON, gentleman, of Nafferton within the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Willson
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1703/B37
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B125
DPRI/1/1703/W7/2   4 May 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1703/W7/1   undated
allegation
allegation, introducing the inventory, of Ann Wilson, widow and administratrix, relating to a cause promoted against her by John Wallas
DPRI/1/1703/W8   29 May 1703
Nicholas WOODHOUS, cordwainer, of Bishopp Midlehome in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Woodhouse
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1703/B71
DPRI/1/1703/W8/1-2   26 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1703/W8/3   14 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1703/W9   10 November 1703
Thomas WOODMAN, of Hearonsclosse in the chapelry of Hebburne in the county of Northumberland [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1703/B174/1-2
DPRI/1/1703/W9/1-2   7 October 1703
copy inventory
Wills etc proved 1704
Reference: DPRI/1/1704
DPRI/1/1704/A1   2 June 1704
William ALDER, gentleman, of Belford in the county of Northumberland [Belford, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1704/B76
DPRI/1/1704/A1/1-2   4 November 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/A2   13 February 1705
William ALDER, gentleman, of Morpeth; Sixmil house (Clifton loaneing) in the parish of Stanington and county of Northumberland [Stannington, Northumberland; Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B273
DPRI/1/1704/A2/1   11 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/A2/2   1 February 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/A3   1 June 1704
Margret ARCHBOLD, spinster, of Fenwick in the county palatine of Durham (in the chapplery of Kyloe) [Kyloe, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret, Archbould, Archbald
Archbold is described as a widow in the bond.
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B70
DPRI/1/1704/A3/1   30 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/A3/15
interrogatories
interrogatories of James Short to the witnesses on the part of William Archbould, relating to a cause to prove the will promoted by James Short, gentleman and sole executor, against William Archbould
DPRI/1/1704/A3/5-6   undated
interrogatories
interrogatories of William Archbould to the witnesses of the will
DPRI/1/1704/A3/10-11   undated
allegation
(defensive) articles of allegation of William Archbould, dated before 30 Apr 1703 (see DPRI/1/1704/A3/14)
DPRI/1/1704/A3/14   30 April 1703
responses
responses of James Short to the (defensive) allegations of William Archbould (see DPRI/1/1704/A3/10-11)
DPRI/1/1704/A3/9   June 1703
allegation
articles of allegation (or replication) of James Short
DPRI/1/1704/A3/3-4   25 June 1704
responses
personal responses of William Archbould to the replication of James Short (see DPRI/1/1704/A3/9)
DPRI/1/1704/A3/12-13   undated
allegation
articles of allegation (or duplication) of William Archbould
DPRI/1/1704/A3/7-8   undated
allegation
additional articles of allegation of James Short in answer to the duplication of William Archbould
DPRI/1/1704/A3/2   1704
allegation
articles of allegation of James Short of Yesington, gentleman and sole executor, relating to a cause promoted by him against William Marshall, to prove the will of the testator
DPRI/1/1704/A4   12 June 1704
Thomas ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Deanetly in the parish of Wardon and county of Northumberland [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Armestrong
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B86
DPRI/1/1704/A4/1-2   17 February 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/A4/3   11 March 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/A5   12 February 1705
William ARMSTRONG, senior, of Haltwhistle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Armestrong
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B270
DPRI/1/1704/A5/1-2   29 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1704/A5/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/A6   26 May 1704
James ATKINSON, butcher, of North-Shields, in the parish of Tinmouth, and county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £14: DPRI/3/1704/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/A6/1   6 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/A6/2   26 May 1704
copy inventory
Date uncertain.
DPRI/1/1704/B1   2 June 1704
Thomas BAINBRIDGE, husbandman, of Stenton (Stainton) within the bishoprick of Durham, chappelry of Barnard Castle [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B52
DPRI/1/1704/B1/1   24 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B2   31 May 1704
Mary BAITES, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1704/B63
DPRI/1/1704/B2/1-2   24 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/B2/3   9 February 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1704/B3   16 October 1704
Mary BARROW, widow, of the Wall-greene (Wallgreen) commonly called the Burne head in the parish of Haltwhisle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B173
DPRI/1/1704/B3/1-2   26 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/B3/3   13 February 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B4   28 June 1704
John BARTRAM, yeoman, of Plenderhath (Plenderheath) in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Haydon; Broom hill [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B97
DPRI/1/1704/B4/1   10 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B4/2   26 June 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B4/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/B5   21 April 1704
William BAYLES, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bales
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B28/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/B5/1   10 August 1703
copy will
copy will, with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will is in the hands of the executrix
DPRI/1/1704/B5/2-3   25 April 1704
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/B6   16 December 1704
Richard BIRD, cordwainer, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/B6/1   9 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B6/2-3   15 December 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and legacies
DPRI/1/1704/B7   30 May 1704
John BLACKET, yeoman, of Blyths Nucke (Bythe Newke) in the county of Northumberland [Earsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Blackett
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B57
DPRI/1/1704/B7/1-2   29 May 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B8   17 October 170430 April 1803
Francis BLAKISTON, rector of Whitburn, clerk, Whitburn in the county of Durham, Elvet in the suburbs of the city of Durham, in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham [Whitburn, County Durham; Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B177
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B178
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B177
will bond, penal sum £9: DPRI/3/1803/T2/1-4
DPRI/1/1704/B8/1-2   28 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B8/3
wrapper
wrapper, with signatures and seals of the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1704/B9   8 April 1704
Ralph BLAKISTON, cordwainer, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B10
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B11
DPRI/1/1704/B9/1   13 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B9/2-3   6 April 1704
inventory
Date uncertain.
DPRI/1/1704/B10   22 May 1704
Thomas BONNER, gentleman, of St Anthonies in the chappelry of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1704/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/B10/1   22 May 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B11   4 July 1704
Prissila BOWBANK, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Bowbanck
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B104
DPRI/1/1704/B11/1   5 February 1700
will
DPRI/1/1704/B12   26 February 1705
William BOWMAN, of Sillyhole in the chappelry of Garragill and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B287
DPRI/1/1704/B12/1   29 January 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts; also with certificate of approval of Nicholas Walton, vicar of Alston
DPRI/1/1704/B12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/B13   10 November 1704
John BRADLEY, gentleman, of Norham, in the county palatine of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B209/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/B13/1   13 August 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B14   6 May 1704
Emme BROWN, widow, of Barnardastle, in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Emmy, Browne
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B38
DPRI/1/1704/B14/1   22 August 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/B15   31 May 1704
George BROWN, chapman, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Browne
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1704/B64
DPRI/1/1704/B15/1-2   27 January 1704
inventory
inventory of goods, with 27 Jan 1703 [1704] memorandum of debts owing to George Brown
DPRI/1/1704/B16   16 June 1704
Ralph BUNTING, mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/B16/1-2   7 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/B16/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/B16/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/B17   17 March 1705
Phillis BURNOP, widow, of Lanchester in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Phillys, Burnopp
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B294
DPRI/1/1704/B17/1   13 January 1701
will
DPRI/1/1704/B17/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/B18   9 November 1704
John BURRELL, of Alnewicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B205
DPRI/1/1704/B18/1-2   6 November 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/B19   30 June 1704
William BURTON, master and mariner, of Howdan-Panns in the county of Northumberland [Wallsend, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B101
DPRI/1/1704/B19/1   15 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/B19/2   30 June 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C1   19 January 1705
Barbara CARR, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine (chappelry of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B249
DPRI/1/1704/C1/1   14 December 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C2   1 June 1704
Robert CARR, of East Ditchborne (Ditchbourne) [Eglingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B66
DPRI/1/1704/C2/1   7 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/C2/2   18 May 1703
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C2/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/C3   1 September 1704
Thomas CARR, of the Wholme (Whalme), parish of Longhorseley [Longhorsley, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B145
DPRI/1/1704/C3/1   5 August 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges, physician's bill, Queen's dues and church dues
DPRI/1/1704/C4   30 June 1704
Frances CARRICK, widow, of High-cross-bank in the parish of Haltwhisle in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B98
DPRI/1/1704/C4/1-2   13 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/C4/3   6 April 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/C5   30 September 1704
Elizabeth CLAVERING, relict of John Clavering of Chopwell esquire, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B175
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B176
DPRI/1/1704/C5/1   18 June 1703
will
with codicil, 22 May 1704
DPRI/1/1704/C6   12 August 1704
Ralph COATES, yeoman, of Ryhopp in the county of Durham [Ryhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B137
DPRI/1/1704/C6/1-2   16 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/C7   28 August 1704
Sir Ralph COLE, baronet, of Brancepeth in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1704/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/C7/1   1 October 1700
will
will, endorsed with memorandum by the testator relating that a duplicate will is in the possession of 'my much estemed Friend' Henry Bellasyse
DPRI/1/1704/C8   7 October 1704
Robert COLLING, gentleman, of Longnewton in the county of Durham [Longnewton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B169
DPRI/1/1704/C8/1-2   3 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/C8/3   6 October 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C9   27 January 1705
John CORRY, of Greengatewell, parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B258
DPRI/1/1704/C9/1-2   14 December 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C10   28 June 1704
John CRAGG, senior, yeoman, of Leese in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Craigg
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B96
DPRI/1/1704/C10/1   13 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/C10/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/C10/3   20 June 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/C11   25 April 1704
William CURRY, shipwright, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B27
DPRI/1/1704/C11/1-2   10 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D1   24 November 1704
Elizabeth DALE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B214
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/D1/1-2   3 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D1/3-4   22 November 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D2   29 July 1704
John DARNTON, yeoman, of Mainsforth in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]; also spelt Darneton
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B129
DPRI/1/1704/D2/1-2   11 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/D2/3   25 April 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D3   5 June 1704
Ann DAVISON, relict of Alexander Davison, widow, of Hallgarth street in or nigh the city of Durham (parish of St Oswalds) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B54
DPRI/1/1704/D3/1   24 May 1704
copy will
DPRI/1/1704/D3/2-3   4 June 1704
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/D4   2 June 1704
George DAVISON, of Fenwicks (within the chappleryo of Kyloe) [Kyloe, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B73
DPRI/1/1704/D4/1   29 May 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D5   10 November 1704
James DAVISON, yeoman, of Chatton parke in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B208
DPRI/1/1704/D5/1-2   2 September 1698
will
DPRI/1/1704/D6   7 November 1704
John DAWSON, weaver, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B197
DPRI/1/1704/D6/1-2   13 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D7   7 February 1705
Robert DAWSON, yeoman, of Hope House in the parish of Midleton in Teasdaile in the county of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B265
DPRI/1/1704/D7/1-2   1 August 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D8   8 December 1704
Roger DAWSON, master and mariner, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1704/B226/3
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B226/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/D8/1-2   30 November 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D9   3 November 1704
Catherine DOBSON, of Bladen (Blaiden), parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B188
DPRI/1/1704/D9/1-2   1 November 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D10   19 March 1705
Isabell DOBSON, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B301
DPRI/1/1704/D10/1-2   4 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D10/3   11 January 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D11   20 December 1704
Samuell DOBSON, yeoman, of Harlow Hill in the county of Northumberland; parish of Heddon on the Wall [Ovingham, Northumberland; Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland]; also spelt Samuel
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B236
DPRI/1/1704/D11/1   29 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/D11/2   6 December 1704
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/D12   18 April 1704
William DOBSON, the younger, yeoman, of Whitworth house in the parish of Greate Ayclyffe (Aickliffe) and county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/D12/1-2   3 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D12/3   31 March 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D12/4-5   18 April 1704
renunciation
DPRI/1/1704/D13   8 November 1704
George DOUGLASS, merchant, chapman, of Rothbury [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Dowglass, Douglas
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B202
DPRI/1/1704/D13/1-2   15 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D13/3   5 September 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/D14   31 July 1704
John DOVE, gentleman, of Low-Lights in the parish of Tinemouth and countye of Northumberland [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B130
DPRI/1/1704/D14/1   28 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D15   17 October 1704
Thomas DOVE, gentleman, of Whitley in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tynemouth [Whitley, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1704/B180
DPRI/1/1704/D15/1-2   15 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/D16   9 January 1705
Thomos DUN, of parish of All Saints in Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]; also spelt Thomas, Dunn
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1704/B247
DPRI/1/1704/D16/1   7 January 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/E2   24 November 1704
Cuthbart EAGLESTON, butcher, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cuthbert, Egleston, Egglestone
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/E2/1-2   28 August 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/E1   31 August 1704
Robert EBDON, cordwainer, of Elvett-Bridge in or neare the citty of Durham in the county of Durham (parish of St Oswald) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B144
DPRI/1/1704/E1/1-2   4 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/E3   19 September 1704
John ELLINOR, smith, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellenor
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B154
DPRI/1/1704/E3/1   28 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/E4   4 September 1704
Cuthbert EMERSON, yeoman, of Leingerige (Lingyridge) in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Emmerson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B146
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B147
DPRI/1/1704/E4/1-2
will
will, dated 21 June
DPRI/1/1704/E4/3   30 August 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/E5   9 November 1704
John ERINGTON, of Seaham (Seham) [Seaham, County Durham]; also spelt Errington
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B224
DPRI/1/1704/E5/1-2   13 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/E6   9 December 1704
William ERRINGTON, yeoman, of Shadforth in the county of Durham (in the parish of Pittington) [Shadforth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B225
DPRI/1/1704/E6/1-2   23 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/F1   24 October 1704
Jane FAWCETT, spinster, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B183
DPRI/1/1704/F1/1   4 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/F1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/F2   20 May 1704
Anthony FAWELL, butcher, of Crosgate near the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B45
DPRI/1/1704/F2/1-2   26 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/F2/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/F3   19 January 1705
Charles FENWICKE, gentleman, of Stanton in the parish of Longhorseley and county of Northumberland [Longhorsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1704/B253
DPRI/1/1704/F3/1-2   18 August 1702
will
with codicil, 1 September 1702
DPRI/1/1704/F4   19 September 1704
John FENWICKE, gentleman, of Masin in the county of Northumberland, parish of Pont Island [Ponteland, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B152
DPRI/1/1704/F4/1-2   7 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/F5   22 September 1704
Edward FLETCHER, yeoman, of Ovington in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B156
DPRI/1/1704/F5/1-2   29 May 1699
will
DPRI/1/1704/F6   5 April 1704
Ralph FOREMAN, yeoman, of Lutrington (Luttrington) in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B5
DPRI/1/1704/F6/1-2   31 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1704/F7   10 November 1704
Esther FORESIDE, widow, of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/F7/1-2   24 November 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/F8   1 June 1704
Aquila FORSTER, rector of Ingram, clerk, of Ingram in the county of Northumberland [Ingram, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/F8/1-2   15 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/F9   28 October 1704
John FRIZELL, coal-fitter, of Sunderland nigh the Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B186
DPRI/1/1704/F9/1   17 October 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/F10   30 November 1704
Barbara FULTHORPE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B219
DPRI/1/1704/F10/1-2   11 October 1671
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, subscribed with memorandum by the witnesses validating the will, and relating that it was transcribed from contemporaneous notes within the lifetime of the testatrix
DPRI/1/1704/G1   24 July 1704
William GOWLAND, gentleman, of Munck Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B121
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B122
DPRI/1/1704/G1/1-2   12 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/G2   1 March 1705
William GREVESON, alderman, alderman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Greiveson, Greevson
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B283
DPRI/1/1704/G2/1-2   28 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1704/G2/3   21 February 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/G2/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/G3   27 February 1705
Ralph GRUMWELL, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1704/B296
DPRI/1/1704/G3/1-2   9 March 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/G3/3-4   26 February 1705
renunciation
proxy of renunciation
DPRI/1/1704/H1   19 June 1704
John HARLE, mariner, of South Sheilds (Sheels) in the county palatine and bishoprick of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B93
DPRI/1/1704/H1/1-2   21 May 1704
copy will
DPRI/1/1704/H2   6 March 1705
Rowland HARRISON, yeoman, of Wearshead in Weardaile in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B288
DPRI/1/1704/H2/1-2   12 February 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and debts
DPRI/1/1704/H2/3   23 February 1705
renunciation
proxy of Elizabeth Harrison, relict of Rowland Harrison, nominating William Harrison, her son, to take out administration
DPRI/1/1704/H3   2 March 1705
Ralph HEDWORTH, esquire, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B284
DPRI/1/1704/H3/1   11 January 1705
copy will
DPRI/1/1704/H3/2-3   2 March 1705
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/H4   6 April 1704
George HOBSON, the elder, yeoman, of Peircbridge in the county of Durrham, parish of Gainford [Piercebridge, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B6
DPRI/1/1704/H4/1-2   25 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/H5   3 February 1705
Jeffery HOLMES, of (Wood Stone house in the parish of) Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Jeoffrey
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B259
DPRI/1/1704/H5/1   3 January 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/H6   24 March 1705
Ralph HOPE, rough mason, of Hetton Mill in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B308/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/H6/1   8 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/H6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/H7   19 August 1704
William HORNSBY, gentleman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Hornesby
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B138
DPRI/1/1704/H7/1   17 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/H8   31 May 1704
Robert HORSLEY, tanner, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Horseley
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B62
DPRI/1/1704/H8/1-2   19 August 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/H9   28 April 1704
Ann HOWARD, widow, of Haughton in the countie palatine of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1704/B32
DPRI/1/1704/H9/1   18 April 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/H10   25 April 1704
Charles HOWARD, esquire, of Sunderland near the bridge in the county of Durham, chappelry of Croxdaile [Croxdale, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B19
DPRI/1/1704/H10/1-2   24 April 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/H11   29 April 1704
John HULL, gentleman, of Ousterley (Ousterly) in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B33
DPRI/1/1704/H11/1-2   7 August 1695
will
DPRI/1/1704/H12   20 December 1704
William HUNTER, yeoman, of Ovington in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B237
DPRI/1/1704/H12/1-2   28 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/H12/3   10 November 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral charges
DPRI/1/1704/H13   19 September 1704
Anne HUTCHINSON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Hutchison
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B155
DPRI/1/1704/H13/1   5 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/H14   26 June 1704
John HUTCHINSON, alderman, alderman, esquire, of citty of Durham, Framwelgate [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B95
DPRI/1/1704/H14/1-2   22 February 1703
will
with codicil, 1 March 1703
DPRI/1/1704/H14/3-4
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/I2   6 June 1704
William INGLEBY, of Crosgate (Crossgate) near the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/I2/1-2   4 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/I1   25 April 1704
Thomas INGLESBY, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B30
DPRI/1/1704/I1/1-2   15 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/J1   1 April 1704
John JACKSON, yeoman, of Chester Lee Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B4/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/J1/1-2   25 October 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/J1/3   31 March 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/J2   27 January 1705
Henry JENISON, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Jennison
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1704/B255
DPRI/1/1704/J2/1   14 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/J2/2   10 April 1704
renunciation
DPRI/1/1704/J3   21 July 1704
Thomas JESSOP, alderman, merchant, alderman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham (in the parish of Norton) [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Jessopp
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B119
DPRI/1/1704/J3/1   17 June 1704
copy will
DPRI/1/1704/J3/2   14 July 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/J3/3   17 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/J3/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/J3/5-6   24 June 1707
bond
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/J4   8 February 1705
Cuthbert JOHNSON, yeoman, of Sunderland salt Panns in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B268
DPRI/1/1704/J4/1-2   2 May 1704
will
with codicil, 2 May 1704
DPRI/1/1704/J5   31 January 1705
William JOHNSON, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B257/1
DPRI/1/1704/J5/1   24 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/J5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/J6   1 June 1704
William JOHNSON, gentleman, of Killham in the county of Northumberland [Kirknewton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B68
DPRI/1/1704/J6/1   19 August 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/K1   19 January 1705
Edward KIRSOPP, of (Greenside in the) parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B250
DPRI/1/1704/K1/1   15 January 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L1   29 September 1704
Mathew LEADBITTER, gentleman, of Wharmoley (Wharneley) in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Newbrough [Newbrough, Northumberland]; also spelt Matthew
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B165
DPRI/1/1704/L1/1   8 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/L2   25 April 1704
John LEE, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine (chappelry of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £35: DPRI/3/1704/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/L2/1-2
indented inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L3   9 December 1704
William LEEKLEY, of Middleton in Teasdale in the county of Durham [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B223
DPRI/1/1704/L3/1   13 November 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L4   25 August 1704
Francis LEGG, gentleman, of West Rainton (Renton) in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B141
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B142
DPRI/1/1704/L4/1-2   27 December 1703
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating that Robert Legg and John Hudson were bound for the two executors (relict and John Legg) at West Rainton
DPRI/1/1704/L4/3   31 July 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L5   15 December 1704
Robert LEGG, master and mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Robart
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B227
DPRI/1/1704/L5/1   15 December 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L5/2-3   13 December 1704
renunciation
DPRI/1/1704/L6   27 May 1704
George LIDDELL, yeoman, of Daldon feild House in the parrish of Dalton in Le Dale and county of Durham [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]; also spelt Liddle
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B50
DPRI/1/1704/L6/1-2   1 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/L7   3 March 1705
George LISTER, weaver, of Elwick in the parish of Hart, in the county of Durham [Hart, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B286
DPRI/1/1704/L7/1   20 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1704/L8   6 September 1704
John LITSTER, yeoman, of Long Newton in the county of Durham [Longnewton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/L8/1   4 September 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L9   9 May 1704
Thomas LOWTHER, skinner, of Gilegate (Gillygate) nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Giles, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/L9/1-2   30 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/L9/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/L10   19 September 1704
Elizabeth LYON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B153
DPRI/1/1704/L10/1   27 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/M1   20 December 1704
William MACKMORAN, draper, of New Castle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Makmorran
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1704/B235/1
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B235/2
DPRI/1/1704/M1/1-9   27 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/M2   19 March 1705
Jane MAKEPEACE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B298
DPRI/1/1704/M2/1   20 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/M3   14 July 1704
Thomas MAKEPEACE, of (Fenwick in the) parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B114
DPRI/1/1704/M3/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of the burial and rent
DPRI/1/1704/M4   12 June 1704
Dorrithy MAN, widow, of broom houses in Ovingham parish in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Dorrothie, Dorithy, Dorothy, Dorothy, Mann
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B84
DPRI/1/1704/M4/1-2   16 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/M5   11 September 1704
William MANGLES, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/M5/1   25 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/M6   20 October 1704
Charles MATFEN, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B232
DPRI/1/1704/M6/1-2   21 September 1704
will
with codicil, 25 September 1704
DPRI/1/1704/M6/3   21 October 1704
inventory
inventory of goods etc. at Newcastle and Bradley
DPRI/1/1704/M7   10 November 1704
George MATHEWSON, yeoman, of Tilmouth in the county of Durham, chapelry of Carham (chapplery of Cornehill) [Cornhill, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B206
DPRI/1/1704/M7/1   6 November 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/M8   8 November 1704
John MATHEWSON, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]. Died May 1704
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1704/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/M8/1-2   31 October 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/M9   26 May 1704
Daniell MAXWELL, yeoman, of Westnackell in the parish of Haltwhistle and in the countie of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]. Died 25 April 1704
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1704/B48
DPRI/1/1704/M9/1-2   25 April 1704
will
will, with an account of the testator's debtors
DPRI/1/1704/M9/3   1 May 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/M10   1 June 1704
William MILBOURNE, yeoman, of Birling in the parish of Warkworth and county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]; also spelt Milburne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B67
DPRI/1/1704/M10/1   16 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/M10/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/M11   30 May 1704
George MILLER, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durrham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B59
DPRI/1/1704/M11/1-2   30 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/M11/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/M12   15 February 1705
Thomas MILLS, merchant, of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B272/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/M12/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/M13   22 February 1705
Jane MUSGRAVE, spinster, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £12 : DPRI/3/1704/B277
DPRI/1/1704/M13/1   30 January 1705
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, with 22 Feb 1705 memorandum of the witnesses validating the will
DPRI/1/1704/N1   1 June 1704
George NEILE, glover, of Rockemoor house in the county of Northumberland, parish of Embleton [Embleton, Northumberland]; also spelt Neill, Neele, Neall
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B71
DPRI/1/1704/N1/1   25 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/N1/2   10 May 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/N2   25 April 1704
Charles NEWTON, master and mariner, Gateshead, towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Gateshead, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B29
DPRI/1/1704/N2/1-2   30 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/N2/3   24 April 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/N3   22 March 1705
Dorothy ORVALL, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Orbell, Orvell
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B306
DPRI/1/1704/N3/1-2   4 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/N3/4-5
allegation
articles of allegation of Elizabeth Wilson, spinster, relating to a cause promoted by her against Thomas Attee or Athey or Ottee [brother of the testator]
DPRI/1/1704/N3/3
interrogatories
interrogatories of Thomas Athey (or Attee or Ottee) to the witnesses on the part of Elizabeth Wilson
DPRI/1/1704/P1   22 February 1705
Jeremiah PATTISON, master and mariner, gentleman, of South Shields (Sheeles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B279
DPRI/1/1704/P1/1-2   15 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1704/P2   2 June 17046 August 1707
William PATTISON, of Norton [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B82/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B83/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B82/34
DPRI/1/1704/P2/1-2   2 June 1704
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/P3   16 February 1705
Vincent PEACOCKE, yeoman, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Peacock
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B290
curation bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B219/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/P3/1-2   9 January 1705
copy will
copy will, with 20 June 1712 receipt for the original will, by Moses Skepper, notary public and Deputy Register of the Prerogative Court of York
DPRI/1/1704/P3/3   20 June 1712
receipt
receipt for the original will, signed by Moses Skepper, notary public and Deputy Register of the Prerogative Court of York
DPRI/1/1704/P3/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/P4   26 April 1704
Isabell PEARSON, spinster, of the hag (hagg) in the county of Durham, parish of Chester le Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B31
DPRI/1/1704/P4/1   14 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1704/P5   16 February 1705
Henry PENTLAND, of Marshill Meadows, Berwick [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B282/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/P5/1-2   1 February 1705
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Mr Burrell, Register in Durham, and postmarked Barwick
DPRI/1/1704/P6   2 March 1705
Thomas PHILLIPS, bricklayer, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Philipps
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B285
DPRI/1/1704/P6/1-2   25 January 1686
will
DPRI/1/1704/P6/3   2 March 1705
renunciation
proxy of Ann Dunwell and Elizabeth Dunwell, nieces of the testator, nominating Elizabeth Watson to execute the will
DPRI/1/1704/P7   8 November 1704
William POTTS, yeoman, of Woodhorne in the county of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B200
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B201
DPRI/1/1704/P7/1-2   18 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/P7/3-4   1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/P7/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/P8   27 March 1704
Anthony PROCTOR, minister of Newcastle All Saints, clerk, of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B2
DPRI/1/1704/P8/1-2   1 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/R1   16 May 1704
Hannah RAND, widow, of (Chappellry of All Saints within the towne and county of) NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B53
DPRI/1/1704/R1/1-3   27 April 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/R2   9 March 1705
Peter RANIN, haberdasher, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B291
DPRI/1/1704/R2/1-2   13 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1704/R3   21 August 1704
John RAW, gentleman, of Lunshouse in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Rawe
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B139
DPRI/1/1704/R3/1   22 June 1704
will
with codicil, 28 June 1704
DPRI/1/1704/R3/2   22 August 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/R3/3   29 August 1704
bond
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/R3/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/R4   12 June 1704
Jerrard READHEAD, of Ovington [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Jerard
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1704/B87
DPRI/1/1704/R4/1   29 March 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts; date uncertain
DPRI/1/1704/R5   31 July 1704
James REAY, gentleman, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B132/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/R5/1   2 March 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/R6   28 April 1704
Cuthbert REED, yeoman, of Buckton (Bucton) in the county palatine of Durham, chappelry of Kyloe [Kyloe, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/R6/1   7 June 1698
will
DPRI/1/1704/R6/2   28 April 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/R7   31 May 1704
Thomas REED, gentleman, of Helm on the Hill in the county of Northumberland [Felton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B65/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/R7/1-2   20 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1704/R8   10 July 1704
Ann RICHARDSON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B111
DPRI/1/1704/R8/1   25 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/R9   5 December 1704
William RICHARDSON, butcher, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1704/B222
DPRI/1/1704/R9/1   4 December 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/R10   6 November 1704
Cudbart ROBSON, yeoman, of Carsuallees (Carswelldds) in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Corsenside (in the parish of Elsden) [Corsenside, Northumberland]; also spelt Cuthbert
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B193
DPRI/1/1704/R10/1-2   10 June 1699
will
DPRI/1/1704/R11   1 June 1704
George ROBSON, wright, of Beanley [Eglingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B72
DPRI/1/1704/R11/1   3 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/R11/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/R12   30 May 1704
John ROCHESTER, boat-wright, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B56
DPRI/1/1704/R12/1-2   28 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/R13   23 June 1704
Nicholas ROWELL, of Elvett within the parish of St Oswalds in Durham [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B105
DPRI/1/1704/R13/1-2   24 April 1704
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1704/S1   9 November 1704
Ralph SALKELD, gentleman, of Swinhoe in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Embleton) [Embleton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B204/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/S1/1-2   28 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S1/3   6 November 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S2   25 April 170424 May 1705
Robert SANDS, felt-maker, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B24
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B46/3-4
DPRI/1/1704/S2/1-2   20 April 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S3   26 October 1704
William SEDGWICK, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B185
DPRI/1/1704/S3/1-2   13 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1704/S4   7 November 1704
Charles SHAFTOE, butcher, of Westgate in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B196
DPRI/1/1704/S4/1-2   17 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S5   10 February 1705
Anne SHAW, widow, formerly of Ingleton in the county of Durham,, late of Heighington [Ingleton, County Durham; Heighington, County Durham]; also spelt Shawe
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B269
DPRI/1/1704/S5/1   19 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S5/2   2 January 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and legacies etc.
DPRI/1/1704/S6   20 December 1704
Robert SHIPPERDSON, gentleman, of Baimbridge holme in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1704/B239
DPRI/1/1704/S6/1-2   10 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S7   25 October 1704
Richard SHUTTLEWORTH, gentleman, of Elvet in or neare the City of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Shutleworth
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B184
DPRI/1/1704/S7/1-2   29 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S8   2 June 1704
Robert SIMMONES, yeoman, of Haggerston in the county pallatine of Durham [Ancroft, Northumberland]; also spelt Simmons, Simons
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B74
DPRI/1/1704/S8/1   28 May 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S10   8 April 1704
John SIMPSON, yeoman, of Lynburn water (Lynburne) in the chappelary of Hamsterly in the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B14
DPRI/1/1704/S10/1-2   10 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S11   9 November 1704
John SIMSON, husbandman, of Beanley in the county of Northumberland [Eglingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Simpson
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1704/B231
DPRI/1/1704/S11/1   22 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S11/2-3
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Mr Peter Burrell at his house, Durham
DPRI/1/1704/S12   2 May 1704
Thomas SKINNER, gentleman, Crossgate in or nigh the city of Durham in the county of Durham, South Street in or near the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B34
DPRI/1/1704/S12/1-2   27 January 1704
copy will
DPRI/1/1704/S12/3   2 May 1704
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1704/S13   16 June 1704
William SLEIGH, innholder, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B90
DPRI/1/1704/S13/1-2   22 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S13/3   15 June 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S14   6 November 1704
John SMITH, yeoman, of Adonn (Aydon) in the parish of Corbridge and county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B194
DPRI/1/1704/S14/1-2   23 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S14/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S15   22 February 1705
Nicholas SMITH, miller, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B280
DPRI/1/1704/S15/1-2   19 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/S16   18 November 1704
Robert SMITH, gentleman, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham, parish of St Nicholas [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B213
DPRI/1/1704/S16/1-2   20 February 1704
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 22 May 1705 Chancery case in whcih the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Christopher Mickleton, gentleman v Nicholas Shuttleworth, gentleman and others
DPRI/1/1704/S16/3   7 July 1704
allegation
articles of allegation of Nicholas Shuttleworth of Durham, merchant, nephew and executor of the testator, relating to a cause promoted against him by Robert Smith, gentleman, nephew by the brother of the testator, to prove the will
DPRI/1/1704/S16/4-5
interrogatories
interrogatories of Robert Smith to the witnesses of the will (on the part of Nicholas Shuttleworth)
DPRI/1/1704/S16/6-7   October 1704
affidavit
with responses, October 1704
affidavit of Dr John Gerard of Durham St Oswalds, a witness to the will, with his responses to the interrogatories of Robert Smith
DPRI/1/1704/S16/8-9   28 September 1704
affidavit
with responses, 28 September 1704
affidavit of William Gill of Durham St Margarets, gentleman and attorney at law, a witness to the will, with his responses to the interrogatories of Robert Smith
DPRI/1/1704/S16/10-11   20 October 1704
affidavit
with responses
affidavit of Michael Brabin of Durham St Nicholas, apothecary, a witness to the will, with his responses to the interrogatories of Robert Smith
DPRI/1/1704/S17   29 July 1704
Robert SMITH, gentleman, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B126
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B127
DPRI/1/1704/S17/1-2   21 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/S18
Issaac SPARKE, yeoman, gentleman, [formerly of] Hutton Henry, now of Stranton in the county of Durham [Stranton, County Durham; Hutton Henry, County Durham]; also spelt Isaac, Spark
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B187/3-4
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B187/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/S18/1-2   13 June 1704
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1704/S18/3   1 August 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S18/4   28 April 1705
renunciation
renunciation of the trustees, nominating Anne Sparke, widow, and her children the co-executors (minors) nominated in the will
DPRI/1/1704/S19   11 August 1704
John SPARKE, merchant, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Spark
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1704/B136
DPRI/1/1704/S19/1-2   4 December 1702
will
with codicil, 4 December 1702
DPRI/1/1704/S20   25 April 1704
Michael STANSFIELD, salt-maker, of South Sheeles West Panns in the county of Durham, chappelry of St Hilda [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B22
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B23
DPRI/1/1704/S20/1   9 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/S21   18 October 1704
Hauxley STEPHENSON, mercer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1704/B174
DPRI/1/1704/S21/1-2   30 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S21/3-4   17 October 1704
renunciation
proxy of renunciation of Ruth Stephenson, relict and co-executor of the testator, nominating Thomas Stephenson, co-executor, to execute the will
DPRI/1/1704/S22   6 November 1704
Thomas STOKOE, of Newbrough, parish of Warden [Newbrough, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1704/B192
DPRI/1/1704/S22/1   18 August 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/S23   31 July 1704
Jonathan STORY, yeoman, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B131
DPRI/1/1704/S23/1-2   4 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S24   12 June 1704
William SUERTEES, gentleman, of Hedley-Woodhead in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Suretis, Suretees
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1704/B85
DPRI/1/1704/S24/1   11 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S25   20 January 1705
Robert SWINBANKE, yeoman, of Westerton in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Swinbank
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B252
DPRI/1/1704/S25/1-2   8 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/S9   5 February 1705
George SYMPSON, yeoman, of Meadowheads in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Benwell [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Simpson
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B267
DPRI/1/1704/S9/1-2   4 December 1699
will
DPRI/1/1704/T1   11 July 1704
Adam THOMPSON, gentleman, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B112/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/T1/1-2   1 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/T2   1 April 1704
George THOMPSON, yeoman, of Ryhope in the county of Durham, parish of Bishopwearmouth [Ryhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B3
DPRI/1/1704/T2/1-2   7 September 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/T2/3-4   24 November 1703
renunciation
copy articles of agreement between (1) Mary Thompson, widow of the testator; (2) William Forster and Thomas Fatherly, trustees nominated in the will: Mary Thompson renounces dower, administration, tuition and curation, the trustees to pay annuity to Mary Thompson and educate the three children of the testator
DPRI/1/1704/T3   3 November 1704
Grace THOMPSON, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1704/B190
DPRI/1/1704/T3/1-2   23 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/T4   3 November 1704
John THOMPSON, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1704/B189
DPRI/1/1704/T4/1-2   8 July 1704
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 3 July 1746 High Court of Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness was deposed: Thomas Maddison, clerk, and Sarah Maddison v John Andrew and others
DPRI/1/1704/T5   30 June 1704
Thomas TOLL, woollen-draper, mercer, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1704/B102/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/T5/1   2 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/T6   11 April 1704
John TRUITT, ship-carpenter, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham (in the parish of Norton) [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Trewhitt, Trewitt
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1704/B17
DPRI/1/1704/T6/1   28 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/T7   23 September 1704
George TWEDDELL, alderman, alderman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Tweddle
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B161
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1704/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/T7/1   21 September 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/T8   23 September 1704
Thomas TWEDDELL, mercer, gentleman, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Tweddle
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B162/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/T8/1-2   11 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/T8/3-4   21 September 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/V1   25 April 1704
John VALLANS, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne (parish of St Nicholas) [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1704/B20
DPRI/1/1704/V1/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1704/V2   12 June 1704
Thomas VAZIE, yeoman, of Nenlees (Nentlees) in the parish of Aldston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Vazey, Vasey
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B88
DPRI/1/1704/V2/1   19 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/V2/2   31 August 1703
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/W1   12 January 1705
Ralph WALL, of Westgate in the parish of Stanhope and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B245
DPRI/1/1704/W1/1-2   6 January 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/W2   24 May 1704
Richard WALLIS, yeoman, of Kirkhaugh Town in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland [Kirkhaugh, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallas, Wallass
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B47
DPRI/1/1704/W2/1-2   24 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1704/W2/3   13 January 1704
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, debts and wages
DPRI/1/1704/W3   20 March 1705
George WALTON, of Soureclose in the parish of hamsterly [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B305
DPRI/1/1704/W3/1   12 March 1695
will
DPRI/1/1704/W3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/W4   6 October 1704
Ralph WATSON, of Eldon (in the parish of St Andrew Awckland) [Eldon, County Durham]. Died 1697
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1704/B168
DPRI/1/1704/W4/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts, rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1704/W5   23 December 1704
Thomas WETHERELL, mariner, of Sunderland neare the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Wetherill
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B240
DPRI/1/1704/W5/1   18 March 1698
will
DPRI/1/1704/W5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/W6   19 May 1704
Elizabeth WILLIS, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1704/B46
DPRI/1/1704/W6/1   19 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1704/W6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1704/W7   20 January 1705
John WOOD, of West Renton in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1704/B251
DPRI/1/1704/W7/1-2   29 February 1704
will
will, endorsed with earlier cancelled will of the testator, dated 24 Feb 1704
DPRI/1/1704/W8   31 July 1704
John WOULDHAVE, skinner, glover, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1704/B135
DPRI/1/1704/W8/1-2   26 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/W9   3 June 1704
Thomas WRANGHAM, alderman, alderman, gentleman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1704/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1704/W9/1-2   27 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1704/W9/3   3 June 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1704/Y1   20 December 1704
Joseph YALLOWLEY, of Dissington in the county of Northumberland [Newburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Yallowly
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1704/B238
DPRI/1/1704/Y1/1   15 January 1704
will
Wills etc proved 1705
Reference: DPRI/1/1705
DPRI/1/1705/A1   6 June 1705
Thomas ADAMSON, of the Lee in the parish of Bywell St Andrew [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B62/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A1/1   6 January 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1708/A2   14 November 170524 November 17071 April 17083 November 170822 March 1729
Lancelott ALGOOD, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond with , penal sum £16,000: DPRI/3/1705/B195/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B181/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1708/B8/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B185/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1728/B298
DPRI/1/1708/A2/1-2   29 March 1708
inventory
inventory of goods etc. left unadministered by Margaret Allgood, relict and administratrix now deceased, exhibited by her executor, John Ord
DPRI/1/1705/A2   19 February 1706
Francis ALLEN, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A2/1-2   6 March 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/A3   6 June 1705
Bartholemew ANDERSON, of Cocklaw alias West Errington in the parish of St John Lees and county of Northumberland; Little Whittington, parish of Corbridge [St John Lee, Northumberland; Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Bartholomew
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A3/1   23 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1705/A3/2-3   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/A4   15 February 1706
Mathew ANDERSON, of Kealder Ridge End (Keelderriggend in the parish of Simonburne) [Falstone, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1705/B238/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A4/1-2   8 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/A5   15 January 1706
Roger ANDERTON, clerk, late of Whitehaven in the county of Cumberland, now of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland; Whitehaven, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B220/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A5/1-2   6 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/A6   27 August 1705
Charles ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Armestrong
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B130/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A6/1   27 August 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/A6/2   12 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/A6/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/A6/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/A7   19 April 1705
Mary AUDD, widow, of Barnard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Awd, Aud
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/A7/1-2   3 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/B1   30 January 1706
George BAINBRIDGE, yeoman, of Windeside in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Bainbridg
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1705/B241/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B1/1-2   19 August 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/B1/3-4   21 January 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/B1/5   24 January 1706
commission
commission to George Todd, curate of St John's in Weardale, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Bainbridge, relict and sole executrix of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will
DPRI/1/1705/B1/6-7   30 January 1706
certificate of oath
certificate of oath, in the form of a letter from George Todd at St John in Weardale to Peter Burrell at Durham, relating that the commission (DPRI/1/1705/B1/5) has been executed
DPRI/1/1705/B2   23 May 1705
William BARKER, yeoman, of houphouse (hope) in the chappellry of Ulgham and county of Northumberland [Ulgham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1705/B43/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/B2/1   19 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/B3   5 March 1706
Francis BAXTER, of North-Sheeles (Sheelds) in the parish of Tinmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £28: DPRI/3/1705/B255/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B3/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B4   12 September 1705
John BAXTER, yeoman, of Cherity (charity) house within the parish of Lenchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B135/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B4/1   21 August 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B4/2-3   1 May 1705
renunciation
DPRI/1/1705/B5   24 May 1705
Robert BELL, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B5/1   22 May 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B6   2 August 1705
Thomas BENSON, yeoman, of Ryton Woodside in the parish of Ryton and countey of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B103
DPRI/1/1705/B6/1-2   2 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/B6/3   17 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B7   14 June 1705
Jane BEWICKE, gentlewoman, spinster, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bewick
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B7/1-2   2 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B8   7 November 1705
James BILTON, of Throple (Thropple) in the county of Northumberland [Mitford, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B184/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B185/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B8/1   13 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/B8/2   14 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B9   5 May 1705
Henry BLACKETT, draper, of low Bitchburne in the counttie of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B20/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B9/1   4 August 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B9/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/B10   3 October 1705
Elizabeth BLAGDON, spinster, of (Fieldhouse in the) parish of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Blaigdon
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B150/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B10/1-2   2 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B11   19 March 1706
John BROWELL, yeoman, of Hedley on the hill, in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Brewel
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B261/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B11/1   20 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1705/B11/2-3   18 March 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/B12   17 October 1705
Clement BROWNE, of (Lonsband) Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B12/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B13   2 June 1705
John BROWNE, yeoman, of Woodside, in the county of Durham, chappelry of Escomb [Escomb, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B57/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B13/1-2   16 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B13/3   20 October 1704
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B14   22 May 1705
Thomas BROWNE, vicar of Chillingham, clerk, of Chillingham [Chillingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B14/1-2   10 May 1675
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B15   30 October 1705
George BURDAS, stripling, of (Styford in the) parish of Bywell St Andrew and county of Northumberland [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Burdus
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B174/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B15/1   29 January 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/B16   1 September 1705
James BURDON, alderman, alderman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B16/1-2   31 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/B16/3   18 June 1704
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/B17   22 May 1705
John BURRELL, skinner, glover, of Alnwick (Alnewick) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/B17/1   13 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/C1   6 June 1705
Cuthbert CARNABY, yeoman, of (Nether Warden) Warden in the county of Northumberland [Warden, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B59/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C1/1   30 May 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C2   19 April 1705
John CARTER, yeoman, of Barnard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B7/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C2/1-2   1 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/C3
Sarah CATEHESIDE, widow, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Catcheside. Died July 1703
DPRI/1/1705/C3/1-2   13 December 1697
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating that the testatrix died at Durham about July 1703
DPRI/1/1705/C4   13 February 1706
Thomas CHAPMAN, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B239/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C4/1   13 February 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C5   5 November 1705
James CHARTER, yeoman, of Chatton Miln in the county of Northumberland, parish of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C5/1   28 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C6   7 January 1706
Thomas CLARK, scrivener, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Clarke
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B216/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B217/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C6/1-2   21 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/C7   10 November 1704
Angelica CLARKE, widow, of Wooller in the county of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Clark, Clerke, Angilica
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1705/B140/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C7/1   15 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/C7/2   13 January 1705
commission
commission to William Lancaster D.D., vicar or rector of St Martin in the Fields in London, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Sarah Clarke, spinster, daughter and sole executrix of the testator
DPRI/1/1705/C8   25 January 1706
Cuthbert CLARKE, weaver, of Old Elvett in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B225/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C8/1-2   23 December 1693
will
with codicil, 22 December 1705
DPRI/1/1705/C8/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C9   29 September 1705
Margery COATES, derelect [widow] of George Coates, widow, of county of Durham in the parish of Greatham [Greatham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B146/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C9/1   20 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/C10   21 January 1706
Elizabeth COATS, spinster, of Bowes in the county of Yorke [Bowes, Yorkshire]
Coats died at Barnard Castle
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1705/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C10/1   4 November 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/C10/2   18 January 1706
commission
commission to Simon Gilpin, vicar of Staindrop, and Alexander Swinton, curate of Barnard Castle, to administer an oath, grant administration and execute a bond to Richard Coates, executor, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Swinton (at Barnard Castle), 21 Jan 1706
DPRI/1/1705/C11   14 June 1705
John COATSWORTH, of Eagle Burn (Egglesburne), chappelry of Eggleston [Eggleston, County Durham]; also spelt Coatesworth
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C11/1   28 May 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/C12   21 July 170518 April 1709
Edward COCK, of Sunderland [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1705/B97
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C12/1   19 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C13   14 May 1705
Margrett CONYERS, gentlewoman, widow, of Branspeth Townhead in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1705/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C13/1-2   4 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/C13/3   8 May 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C14   31 December 1705
Amey COOKE, relict of Thomas Cooke of South Shields, widow, of South Shields (Sheels) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Amy, Cook
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B212/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C14/1-2   7 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/C15   25 October 1705
John COULSON, joiner, of Gilegate (Gillygate near the city of Durham) [Durham St Giles, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B161/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C15/1-2   24 October 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/C16   29 October 1705
John COURTNEY, of Alnewick in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B164/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C16/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/C17   29 August 1705
George COWLE, yeoman, of Low Angertone in the parish of Hartburn and county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B46/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C17/1   15 March 1705
inventory
inventory, with account of debts, wages, rent and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1705/C18   7 November 1705
Jane CRAGGS, widow, of Green-Leighton in the county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B187/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C18/1   27 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/C19   25 December 1705
Thomas CRAISTER, junior, blacksmith, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1705/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C19/1   20 December 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/C20   23 May 1705
Thomas CRASTER, yeoman, of Stobswood in the chappellry of Ulgham and county of Northumberland [Ulgham, Northumberland]; also spelt Craister
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/C20/1-2   28 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/C20/3-4   10 October 1704
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/D1   21 June 1705
Robert DICKINSON, yeoman, of Loning in the parrish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Dickenson
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B75/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/D1/1   22 March 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory. with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/D2   31 August 1705
Jaine DOUGLASS, spinster, of South-Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Jane, Douglas
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/D2/1-2   19 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/E1   21 May 1705
Jean ECKELS, widow, of Ettill (Eatall in the parish of Foord) being in the countie of Northumberland [Etal, Northumberland]; also spelt Eckells
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/E1/1   17 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/E2   9 October 1705
George ELLISON, blacksmith, of Blanshland in the county of Northumberland, parish of Shotley [Blanchland, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1705/B152/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/E2/1   4 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/E2/2   8 October 1705
renunciation
proxy of Mary Elleson, sister of George Ellison, nominating her brother Thomas Elleson to take out administration on their behalf
DPRI/1/1705/F1   31 August 170517 November 1705
Isabell FORSTER, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B120/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B196/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/F1/1-2   6 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/F1/3-4   29 August 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/F2   1 August 1705
Myles FORSTER, yeoman, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]; also spelt Miles, Foster
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B102
DPRI/1/1705/F2/1-2   27 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/F3   31 December 1705
Francis FRENCH, widow, of New Elvett in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B213/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/F3/1-2   10 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/F3/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/F4   14 February 17063 March 1828
Thomas FRYER, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B231/1-2
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1828/T33/1-4
DPRI/1/1705/F4/1   19 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/G1   4 August 1705
Jane GIBSON, widow, of Styford in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G1/1-2   5 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/G2   9 March 1705
William GIBSON, gentleman, of parish of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1705/B88
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G2/1   13 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/G2/2   8 March 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/G3   14 February 1706
Edward GLENDINING, miller, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B232/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G3/1   19 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1705/G3/2   25 January 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/G4   31 August 1705
Stephen GRAHAM, of South Sheels (Sheeles) [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B122/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G4/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/G5   14 February 1706
John GREENLEES, shoemaker, of Castlegarth in the parish of St Nicholas and town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B233/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G5/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/G6   11 January 1706
Margaret GREGSON, widow, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/G6/1   10 January 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/G7
George GRIEVE, of Akeld [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Greive. Died 27 April 1702
DPRI/1/1705/G7/1-2   10 May 1702
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H1   31 August 1705
John HALL, barber-surgeon, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B123/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H1/1-2   15 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/H2   24 August 1705
Michaell HALL, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine (parish of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B115/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H2/1-2   23 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/H3   18 March 1706
Robert HALL, tidesman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B260/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H3/1   14 September 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/H3/2   4 February 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H4   26 October 1705
William HALLYMAN, carpenter, of Sedgefield (Sedgefeild) in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Halliman
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B162/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H4/1   25 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H5   3 December 1705
Joseph HARRISON, of South Shore in the county palatyne of Durham, Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B200/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H5/1   30 November 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H6   17 November 1705
William HERING, keelman, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth (Wearemouth) in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Herring
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B198/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H6/1-2   23 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/H6/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H7   9 November 1705
Jane HESLOPP, spinster, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1705/B169/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H7/1-2   12 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/H8   24 May 1705
Margaret HINDMARSH, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine, chappelry of St Andrew [Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B52/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/H8/1-2   29 March 1704
copy will
with copy codicil, 29 March 1704
DPRI/1/1705/H8/3-4   11 October 1709
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1705/H8/5-6
interrogatories
interrogatories of Elizabeth Collingwood, spinster, to the witnesses to the will (on the part of the executors)
DPRI/1/1705/H8/7   8 December 1704
allegation
articles of allegation of Joseph Barnes esquire and Margaret Hebburne, executors, relating to a cause promoted by them against Elizabeth Collingwood, spinster, to prove the will in solemn form
DPRI/1/1705/H9   31 August 1705
Jonathan HINDMER, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Hindmar
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B121/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H9/1-2   7 May 1705
copy will
DPRI/1/1705/H9/3-4   26 August 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H9/5-6   31 August 1705
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1705/H10   15 September 1705
James HOPE, master and mariner, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B167/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H10/1-2   15 September 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H11   14 February 1706
Thomas HORNSBY, yeoman, of Black Clugh (Cleugh) in the parish of Haltwhistle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Hornesby
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B245/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H11/1-2   2 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1705/H11/3-4   8 February 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H12   6 November 1705
Elizabith HORSELEY, senior, yeoman, of Lyann (Lyam) in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £12: DPRI/3/1705/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H12/1-2   13 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/H13   8 November 1705
Henry HUDSON, the elder, gentleman, of Newbiggin (Newbigin) in the county of Northumberland; Whorleton Moore [Newburn, Northumberland; Whorlton (Northumberland), Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B193/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H13/1   22 November 1700
will
with codicil, 22 November 1700
DPRI/1/1705/H14   22 May 1705
Robert HUDSON, of Hauxley [Warkworth, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B38/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H14/1-2   16 May 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H15   20 December 1705
John HUMBLE, gentleman, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B209/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H15/1-2   12 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/H15/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/H16   18 August 1705
Richard HUTCHINSON, tanner, of Framwelgate in or nigh the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B110/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/H16/1-2   8 August 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/H17   21 July 1705
William HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Bishop Midleham (Middleham) in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B98
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B99
DPRI/1/1705/H17/1-2   18 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/H17/3   12 July 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/I1   24 April 1705
Thomas ILDERTON, mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B12/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/I1/1-2   26 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/I2   30 May 1705
Margret INGLEBY, widow, of Renton Woodside in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B55/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/I2/1   2 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/J1   6 November 1705
Thomas JAMES, yeoman, of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland [Shilbottle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/J1/1-2   21 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/J2   24 May 1705
Ralph JENISON, gentleman, of Elsewick in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]; also spelt Jennison
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B51/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/J2/1-2   10 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/J2/3   18 May 1705
renunciation
renunciation of Elizabeth Jenison, relict and executrix of the testator, nominating Thomas Hilton, creditor, to execute the will
DPRI/1/1705/J3   14 December 1705
Ben JOHNSON, yeoman, of Whorleton in the county of Durham [Whorlton, County Durham]; also spelt Benjamin
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/J3/1-2   6 March 1704
will
will, with memorandum relating to 25 Sep 1722 Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and witnesses to the will were deposed: Francis Wycliff, gentleman v Ambrose Johnson and others
DPRI/1/1705/J3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/L1   28 February 1706
Ralph LAMB, of (Fulthorpe wood end in the parish of ) Grindon [Grindon, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B250/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L1/1   23 July 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/L3   12 June 1705
Samuell LAVERICKE, haberdasher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Laverick, Samuel
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B68/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L3/1-2   4 June 1705
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Peter Burrell at his house in Durham
DPRI/1/1705/L4   8 November 1705
Daniell LAWSON, shipwright, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Daniel
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L4/1   5 November 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L5   18 October 1705
John LAWSON, of black clough (cleugh) in the parish of Kirkhaugh and counte of northumberland [Kirkhaugh, Northumberland]
Lawson refers to 'this Jorney which I intend to take', and instructs his sister to carry out the provisions of the will if he should not return within three years
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B158/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L5/1   1695
will
DPRI/1/1705/L5/2
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L6   19 April 1705
Robert LAX, tanner, currier, of Barnard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L6/1-2   6 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/L6/3   8 March 1705
commission
commission to Alexander Swinton MA, curate of Barnard Castle chappelry, to administer an oath, grant administration and to execute a bond to Ann Lax, relict and sole executrix of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed 19 Mar 1705 by Swinton (at Barnard Castle)
DPRI/1/1705/L7   22 June 1705
James LAYBOURN, of peartre house, parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Laburn, Layburne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B76/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L7/1-2   9 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/L7/3-4   21 June 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L8   20 October 1705
John LEGG, of Pancher ... (Penshaw Steathes), parish of Houghton le Spring [Penshaw, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L8/1   17 December 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L10   24 April 1705
Thomas LIGHTLEY, blacksmith, of Great Lumley (Lumly) in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Leightley
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B11/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L10/1   9 December 1701
will
DPRI/1/1705/L10/2   9 April 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L9   19 September 1705
Jane LIGHTLY, widow, of Mrs Fulthorp's in Old Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B139/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L9/1   15 September 1705
affidavit
affidavit of Hendry Hopper, certifying the validity of and annexed to the will
DPRI/1/1705/L9/2
will
will, in the form of a list of legacies cut from a ledger
DPRI/1/1705/L13   21 April 1705
John LIND, yeoman, of the powtree in Teasdall within the countye of Durham, parish of Middleton in Teasedaile [Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham]; also spelt Lynd
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L13/1   20 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/L13/2   20 June 1704
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/L11   16 June 1705
William LINDSLEY, yeoman, of patricks (portrix house) house in the parrish of lanchester in the county of durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Linsley
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B71/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L11/1-2   7 May 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/L11/3   2 June 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L2   23 February 1706
John LONGLEYN, of Hartellpall (Hartinpoole) [Hartlepool, County Durham]; also spelt Langley
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1705/B243/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L2/1   15 November 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/L12   14 November 1705
Elizabeth LOYSELURE, spinster, of Brafferton in the county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B192/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/L12/1-2   2 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/L12/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/M1   28 June 1705
Roger MAGEE, yeoman, of Pryerhouse (Pryor house) in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Maggee
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B79/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/M1/1   6 March 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/M2   2 February 1706
John MARSHALL, yeoman, of Harperlay (Harperley Hall) and county of Durham, chappelry of Witton on the Weare [Witton-le-Wear, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B228/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M2/1-2   18 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/M3   20 December 1705
Alice MATHEW, the elder, widow, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Matthew
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B208/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M3/1   8 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/M4   22 March 1706
Thomas MAYNARD, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Mainard
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B263
DPRI/1/1705/M4/1-2   6 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/M4/3   22 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/M5   27 June 1705
John MILLBURN, yeoman, of Birkley in the parish of Chollerton and county of Northumberland and chapellry of Birkley [Chollerton, Northumberland]; also spelt Millburne, Milburne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B100
DPRI/1/1705/M5/1-2   14 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/M5/3-4   24 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/M7   8 May 1705
Thomas MOOR, of Dewlyfield (Dulyfeild), parish of Kirkhaugh and county of Northumberland [Kirkhaugh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M7/1-2   17 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/M7/3   26 April 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/M6   27 September 1705
John MOORE, cordwainer, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M6/1-2   16 October 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/M8   7 April 1705
George MORLEY, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M8/1   7 April 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/M9   9 May 1705
Dame Mary MUSGRAVE, widow, of Little Usworth in the parish of Washington and in the county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B24/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/M9/1   7 May 1705
commission
commission to Layton Etherington MA, curate of Washington, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to the Worshipful Sir Richard Musgrave, baronet and son of Dame Mary Musgrave; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Etherington at Washington, 9 May 1705
DPRI/1/1705/M9/2   17 April 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of duty to Queen, funeral expenses, rent and wages
DPRI/1/1705/N1   22 May 1705
Matthew NEWTON, yeoman, of Birling in the county of Northumberland, parish of Warkworth [Warkworth, Northumberland]; also spelt Mathew, Newtone
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/N1/1-2   9 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/N1/3-4   2 April 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/N2   20 July 1705
Thomas NEWTON, gentleman, of Hawkwell in the county of Northumberland, parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B95
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B96
DPRI/1/1705/N2/1   21 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/N2/2-3   18 June 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/O1   6 July 1705
Ralph OGLE, esquire, of Kirkley in the county of Northumberland [Ponteland, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1705/B83
DPRI/1/1705/O1/1   10 March 1705
will
will, with (undated) memorandum relating that the original will may not be delivered out of court without the consent of 'the younger children' of the testator
DPRI/1/1705/O2   21 May 1705
John ORD, of Holy Island [Holy Island, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1705/O2/1   undated
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/O3   28 January 1706
Roger OTWAY, gentleman, of Preston in the county of Northumberland [Preston, Northumberland]; also spelt Ottway
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1705/B227/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/O3/1   18 January 1703
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 12 Oct 1730 Westminster Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Mary Johnson and others v Charles, Duke of Somerset and others
DPRI/1/1705/P1   2 May 1705
George PALMER, of Elvet (Elvett) near the city of Durham (parish of St Oswalds) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B17/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P1/1-2   16 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/P2   15 September 1705
Elizabeth PARKIN, widow, West gate Coat within the chappelry of Hamsterley and county of Durham, Softley in the chapplery of Hamsterley [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B137/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P2/1-2   16 March 1699
will
DPRI/1/1705/P5   14 February 1706
William PATESON, the elder, yeoman, of Benwell in the county of Northumberland [Benwell, Northumberland]; also spelt Pattison
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P5/1-2   3 January 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/P3   31 August 1705
John PATTISON, smith, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P3/1-2   11 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/P4   29 May 1705
Robert PATTISON, yeoman, of Nafferton in the county of Durham, parish of Brancepeth [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Patteson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P4/1-2   17 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/P6   28 April 1705
Jannett PINGEY, widow, of Thirlewall Castle in the parrish of Haltwisle (Haltheesle) and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Janett, Jannet, Jennett
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B21/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P6/1-2   2 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/P6/3   14 April 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/P7   26 May 1705
Francis POTTS, yeoman, bachelor, of parish of St Johns in Newcastle uppon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £124: DPRI/3/1705/B107
DPRI/1/1705/P7/1   26 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/P7/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/P8   13 October 1705
Sarah PUNSHON, widow, of Killingworth in the county of Northumberland [Killingworth, Northumberland]; also spelt Puncheon
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B155/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/P8/1   2 April 1702
will
DPRI/1/1705/R1   22 December 1705
Robert RAYNE, yeoman, of Huller Bush in the parish of Gainford and within the countie of Durham, chappelry of Barnard Castle [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Raine
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R1/1-2   9 January 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R2   22 February 1706
John REA, pipe-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Reay
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B244/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R2/1-2   21 February 1698
will
DPRI/1/1705/R3   10 July 1705
John REAY, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B84
DPRI/1/1705/R3/1-2   17 July 1704
indented will
DPRI/1/1705/R4   30 October 1705
Reynald REDCHESTER, yeoman, of Great Whittington in the parish of Corbridge and county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Reginald
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B176/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R4/1-2   5 February 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R5   1 June 1705
William REED, tanner, of Framwelgate in or nigh the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1705/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R5/1-2   3 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/R5/3   1 June 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/R6   5 November 1705
Thomas REEVELY, yeoman, of Chatton in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]; also spelt Revely, Reaveley, Reeveley
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B177/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R6/1-2   2 May 1696
will
DPRI/1/1705/R6/3   10 November 1705
inventory
inventory, with account of debts and legacies
DPRI/1/1705/R7   10 July 1705
John RENTON, fringe-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B86
DPRI/1/1705/R7/1   17 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/R8   2 November 1705
Elizabeth RIDLEY, widow, of Elvett near the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B165/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R8/1-2   28 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/R9   27 October 1705
John RITTSON, yeoman, of Blackclough (Black Cleugh) in the parish of Stanhope in weardale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Ritson
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R9/1-2   30 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/R9/3-4   5 October 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/R10   20 December 1705
Robert ROBINSON, bailiff, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B206/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R10/1-2   12 December 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R11   3 July 1705
Thomas ROBINSON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R11/1   21 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/R11/2   3 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R12   6 July 1705
Ursula ROBSON, widow, of chappelry of Birtley [Birtley St John, County Durham]; also spelt Ursuly
administration bond, penal sum £6: DPRI/3/1705/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R12/1   3 May 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R13   17 November 1705
Ralph RODDAM, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Rodham
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R13/1-2   24 October 1705
will
with codicil, 24 October 1705
DPRI/1/1705/R14   16 October 1705
Robert RODHAM, the elder, burgess, of borough of Berwick upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B159/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R14/1   5 March 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/R15   8 October 1705
Robert ROPER, gentleman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B153/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R15/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/R16   6 June 1705
Thomas RUTHERFURD, rector of Warden, clerk, of Warden in the county of Northumberland [Warden, Northumberland]; also spelt Rutherfoard
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B63/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/R16/1-2   7 March 1704
will
with codicil, 13 April 1704
DPRI/1/1705/S1   17 August 1705
Ralph SALVIN, gentleman, of Tudhowe, alias Tudhoe in the parish of Branspeth in the county of Durham [Tudhoe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B108
DPRI/1/1705/S1/1-2   1 March 1699
will
DPRI/1/1705/S2   24 May 1705
Issabell SANDS, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabell
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S2/1   23 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S2/2   24 May 1705
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1705/S4   4 August 1705
Ralph SEARLE, yeoman, of Littel Burdon in the county of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B105/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S4/1-2   11 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S4/3   31 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S5   5 July 1705
Robert SELBY, practiser of physic, gentleman, of city of Durham in the county of Durham, parish of St Nicholas [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B81
DPRI/1/1705/S5/1   6 July 1703
copy will
with copy codicil, 21 March 1705
DPRI/1/1705/S5/2-3   5 July 1705
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1705/S6   27 October 1705
Sir Robert SHAFTO, knight, Whitworth in the county of Durham, Newcastle upon Tine [Whitworth, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Shaftoe
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p67-68
will bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1705/B171/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S6/1   2 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/S7   29 May 1705
John SHAKLOCK, of Chester in the Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Shacklock
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S7/1   24 May 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S8   21 September 1705
Nicholas SHUTTLEWORTH, merchant, of (Old Elvett in or near the) city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B141/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B142/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S8/1-2   2 September 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S9   27 March 1705
Dorothy SIMPSON, widow, of Winston [Winston, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B1/1-2
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1705/B256/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S9/4-5   22 September 1700
will
DPRI/1/1705/S9/1-2   5 March 1705
will
will, with memorandum relating that this will was found to be invalid
DPRI/1/1705/S9/3   17 March 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts, rent and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1705/S9/6-9
allegation
articles of allegation of William Rumford, alias Romthwait, relating to a cause promoted against him by Bernard Douthwait and Robert Hilton, gentlemen, curators ad litem of John Simpson, the grandson and executor of the testator, to prove the will in solemn form
DPRI/1/1705/S9/10   13 July 1705
responses
responses of Robert Hilton and Bernard Dowthwaite to the articles of allegation of William Rumford, alias Romthwaite
DPRI/1/1705/S9/11
court documents
court process note directing which articles of allegation Dr Thomas Wharton (nephew of testator), Edward Rumford and Andrew Scot are to be examined upon
DPRI/1/1705/S9/12
court documents
court process note directing Mr Burrell to examine Richard Swainston upon the third and fourth articles of allegation
DPRI/1/1705/S3   18 May 1705
William SKURFIELD, yeoman, of the Strand, within the chappelry of St Margaret, Durham, in the county of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]; also spelt Scurfield
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B27/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S3/1-2   2 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S10   1 September 1705
William SMALLPAGE, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Smalpage
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B128/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S10/1   21 August 1703
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/S11   20 June 1705
Adam SMITH, gentleman, of Scremerston in the county palatine of Durham [Scremerston, Northumberland]. Died October 1704
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1705/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S11/1   20 October 1702
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 27 Aug 1723 High Court of Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and two witnesses to the will were deposed: Martha Ord and Erasmus Ord v Thomas Smith
DPRI/1/1705/S11/2-3
copy will
DPRI/1/1705/S11/4   22 August 1723
letter
letter from Thomas Ord to William Pye, attorney at law in Durham, requesting the original will and undertaking to be bound for its redelivery, relating to its probate, on a commission, by Martha Ord of Barwick
DPRI/1/1705/S12   28 April 1705
John SMITH, yeoman, of the Pee in the parrish of Lanchester and county of Durham; Kyopeth [Lanchester, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B14/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S12/1   18 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/S12/2   25 April 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S14   31 August 1705
Cuthbert SOFLYE, rope-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Softley
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B125/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S14/1   29 August 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S13   5 March 1706
Anne SOFTLY, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ann, Softley, Softey
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B252/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S13/1-2   5 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S13/3   4 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S15   2 October 1705
William SPENCELY, skinner, glover, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Spenceley
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S15/1-2   9 September 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S16   8 June 1705
Michaell STAINTON, of parish of Ryton; parish of Whickham [Ryton, County Durham; Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Michell, Stenton, Michael
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1705/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S16/1-2   6 June 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S16/3
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S17   11 December 1705
Reignold STEADMAN, curate of Ebchester, clerk, of Ebchester in the county of Durham [Ebchester, County Durham]; also spelt Regnold, Reginald
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B202/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S17/1-2   14 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/S17/3-4   14 May 1703
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S18   8 November 1705
John STEPHENSON, senior, gentleman, of Kyo in the county of Durham, parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B189/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/S18/1-2   30 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/S18/3   26 November 1705
commission
commission to Malin Soresby B.D., rector of Ryton, and Arthur Tempest, curate of Ryton, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Stephenson, relict and sole executrix of the testator; endorsed with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Tempest at Ryton, 3 Dec 1705
DPRI/1/1705/S22   20 December 1705
Elizabeth STEWART, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Stuart
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S22/1   27 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/S19   19 June 1705
William STOKER, yeoman, of Nentsberry in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S19/1-2   13 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/S19/3   13 August 1704
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/S20   18 December 17052 April 1706
James STOTT, mariner, of North-Sheelds in the parish of Tinmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1705/B204/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S20/1   18 December 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/S21   4 September 1705
Robert STOTT, gentleman, of Hedworth in the county of Durham, parish of Jarrow [Hedworth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1705/B132/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S21/1-2   30 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S23   9 July 1705
George SWADDELL, mariner, of North Sheilds in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Swaddle
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B94/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/S23/1   6 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/S23/2   18 July 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T1   30 October 1705
William TAIT, of Weldon in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Tate, Taite
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B175/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T1/1   27 November 1704
will
will, with memorandum directing the probate to be sent to Mr Huddleston in Newcastle
DPRI/1/1705/T1/2-3   24 October 1705
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Peter Burrell, Register's Office, Durham
DPRI/1/1705/T2   25 January 1706
Elizabeth TAYLOR, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B226/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T2/1-2   11 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T3   2 April 1705
Robert TEMPEST, esquire, of Thornaley in the county of Durham [Thornley, County Durham]
Thornleys in Kelloe, Wolsingham, Ryton.
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1705/B4/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T3/1-2   24 January 1685
will
DPRI/1/1705/T3/3   19 March 1705
commission
commission to Thomas Knaggs MA and William Elstob MA, to administer an oath, grant administration and execute a bond to Nicholas Tempest, son and executor of the testator, and to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Thomas Knaggs, 2 Apr 1705
DPRI/1/1705/T4   31 August 1705
Francis THOMPSON, tailor, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1705/B127/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T4/1-2   27 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T4/3   14 August 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T5   21 May 1705
Isabell THOMPSON, widow, of Ross in the county palatine of Durham, chappelry of Belford [Belford, Northumberland]; also spelt Issabell
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T5/1   22 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/T5/2-3   17 April 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T6   24 May 1705
John THOMPSON, coal-fitter, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B52/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T6/1   1 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T7   13 July 1705
Matthew THOMPSON, yeoman, of Langlee Castle, Hawdon parish on the county of Northumberland [Warden, Northumberland]; also spelt Mathew
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B92/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/T7/1-2   9 June 1705
will
with copy inventory, 20 June 1705
wil and copy inventory (20 June 1705), with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1705/T7/3   26 June 1705
renunciation
proxy of Jane Thompson, relict of the testator, renouncing execution and administration, and nominating the children of the testator to take out administration
DPRI/1/1705/T8   9 October 1705
Matthias THOMPSON, mariner, of (Blaikely hill in the) parish of Auckland St Andrew [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
Thompson refers to an imminent sea voyage
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1705/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T8/1   20 February 1701
will
DPRI/1/1705/T9   24 May 1705
Thomas THOMPSON, shoemaker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T9/1-2   8 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T10   4 October 1705
Tobias THOMPSON, blacksmith, yeoman, of Whorleton in the county of Durham [Whorlton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1705/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T10/1   2 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T11   8 November 1705
Christopher TOWERS, yeoman, of Byker-Moore in the county of Northumberland [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B190/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T11/1   27 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T11/2   26 March 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T12   23 May 1705
George TOWERS, yeoman, of High Angerton in the parish of Hartburn and county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1705/B45/3-4
DPRI/1/1705/T12/1   18 February 1705
will
will, dated 18 Feb 175
DPRI/1/1705/T12/2   19 March 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent, wages, legacies and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1705/T12/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1705/T13   24 September 1705
John TROTTER, merchant, of North Sheels [North Shields, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1705/B144/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T13/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/T14   11 September 1705
Robert TRUMBLE, cooper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B134/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/T14/1-2   30 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/T15   28 July 1705
John TWENTYMAN, yeoman, of Midle (Middle) Herrington in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B101
DPRI/1/1705/T15/1-2   20 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/W1   8 June 1705
Oswald WALLAS, yeoman, of (Snuke Bank in the) chappelry of Framlington and county of Northumberland [Longframlington, Northumberland]; also spelt Uswell, Wallis, Wallass
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1705/B65/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W1/1-2   4 January 1705
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1705/W1/3   1 June 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/W2   25 August 1705
Ralph WARD, gentleman, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B113/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W2/1-2   26 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1705/W3   31 August 1705
Richard WARRINER, anchor-smith, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W3/1   2 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/W4   25 May 1705
Dorothy WATSON, widow, of South Sheelds in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1705/W4/1-2   26 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1705/W5   16 March 1706
Thomas WELFORD, of Great Aycklife (Aickliffe) [Aycliffe, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1705/B258/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W5/1-2   13 February 1706
inventory
inventory, with account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/W6   15 October 1705
George WHITE, of chappelry of Whitworth in the county of Durham [Whitworth, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1705/B156/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W6/1   15 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/W7   30 October 1705
John WHITE, yeoman, of Humshaugh in the parish of Symondburne (or in the parish of Stamfordham) and county of Northumberland [Humshaugh, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £700: DPRI/3/1705/B172/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W7/1   29 October 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1705/W8   22 September 1705
Ralph WILKINSON, of Elton [Elton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1705/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W8/1
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1705/W9   5 May 1705
Jaine WILSON, spinster, of Tuddo, alias Tuddo (Tuddoe) in the parish of Branspeth in the county of Durham [Tudhoe, County Durham]
Wilson is described as a widow on the dorse
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1705/B19/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W9/1   20 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/W10   7 November 1705
Ellenor WRINKLES, widow, of harnham in the county of Northumberland, parish of Bolam [Bolam (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Winkles, Wrinckles
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1705/B182/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/W10/1-2   2 December 1700
will
DPRI/1/1705/W10/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1705/Y1   28 August 1705
James YOUNG, of Linn Sheals (Lin Sheeles in the parish of Holy stone), parish of Allenton [Alwinton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £260: DPRI/3/1705/B183/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/Y1/1-2   6 December 1703
will
DPRI/1/1705/Y2   21 May 1705
Robert YOUNG, junior, yeoman, of Wolveston in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1705/B29/1-2
DPRI/1/1705/Y2/1   5 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1705/Y2/2
inventory
Wills etc proved 1706
Reference: DPRI/1/1706
DPRI/1/1706/A1   2 September 1706
Isabel ADDINGTON, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabell
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B116/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/A1/1   17 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/A2   18 February 1707
Dorothy AIREY, widow, of North Sheilds (Sheeles) in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Ayrey
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B219
DPRI/1/1706/A2/1   1 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/A3   19 April 1706
Mathew ALNWICK, gentleman, of parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/A3/1   19 April 1706
inventory
inventory of the goods etc. left unadministered by Arthur Alnwick, son of the testator now deceased, exhibited by Ralph Brandling esquire, administrator
DPRI/1/1706/A4   22 October 1706
George ARTHUR, of Longhaugh in parish of Ilderton [Ilderton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B142
DPRI/1/1706/A4/1-2   14 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B1   28 May 1706
Edward BARKER, of Guizance (Guyson) in the chaplere of Branchaugh (Braineshaugh) and countie of Northumberland [Brainshaugh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B1/1   12 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/B1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/B2   27 April 1706
Mary BARKER, widow, Munkend in the county of York, Mordon in the parish of Sedgfield [Croft, Yorkshire; Morden, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B28/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B2/1   25 June 1701
will
DPRI/1/1706/B2/2   27 June 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B3   30 October 1706
Alexander BARROW, of the Hugh House in the chappelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1706/B153
DPRI/1/1706/B3/1-2   7 August 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B4   3 June 1706
George BELL, mason, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B51
DPRI/1/1706/B4/1-2   6 June 1696
will
DPRI/1/1706/B5   2 April 1706
Margarett BELL, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B5/1   23 February 1706
will
with codicil, 23 February 1706
DPRI/1/1706/B5/2-3   11 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B6   18 February 1707
Richard BINKS, coal-fitter, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B215
DPRI/1/1706/B6/1   1 October 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/B6/2-3   23 January 1707
inventory
inventory, with appraisers using roman numerals in their accounting
DPRI/1/1706/B7   23 January 1707
John BINYON, tailor, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1706/B202
DPRI/1/1706/B7/1-2   22 June 1703
will
DPRI/1/1706/B8   26 July 1706
Lyonell BLAGDON, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Lionel, Blaigden, Blaigdon
commission: DPRI/3/1706/B97/3
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B97/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B8/1   8 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B9   17 March 1707
Francis BLAKESTON, joiner, of Gainforth (Gainford) in the coutny of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]; also spelt Blakiston
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B237
DPRI/1/1706/B9/1   15 March 1707
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B10   21 December 1706
Richard BLYTHMAN, yeoman, of Eldon in the parish of St Andrew Auckland and in the county of Durham [Eldon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B186
DPRI/1/1706/B10/1-2   27 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/B11   13 April 1706
Gilbert BONE, blacksmith, of East Denton in the parish of Newburne [Newburn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B19/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B11/1   10 April 1706
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B12   5 April 1706
Anne BOWES, widow, of Streatlam Castle (Streetlam) in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B14/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B12/1   4 October 1699
will
DPRI/1/1706/B12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/B13   24 October 1706
James BOWMAN, yeoman, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B175
DPRI/1/1706/B13/1-2   23 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B14   3 February 1707
Robert BROMLEY, gentleman, of Little Eden in the county of Durham, parish of Easington [Easington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B243
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B244
DPRI/1/1706/B14/1-2   23 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/B15   8 June 1706
Robert BROUGH, yeoman, of Washington in the county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B15/1-2   9 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/B15/3-4   6 June 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and debts
DPRI/1/1706/B17   22 October 1706
Alexander BROUN, gentleman, of Doxford in the county of Northumberland [Ellingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Brown, Browne
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B144
DPRI/1/1706/B17/1   1 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1706/B17/2-3   16 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B17/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/B16   6 June 1706
Edward BROWELL, yeoman, of the Side in the countey of Northumberland, and in the chaplrey of newbrough [Newbrough, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1706/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B16/1-2   17 June 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of wages, rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/B16/3   17 June 1706
renunciation
proxy and agreement of Frances Browell, relict of the testator, renouncing title and administration and nominating her son Edward Browell to take out administration, on condition of her maintenance
DPRI/1/1706/B18   4 May 1706
Margaret BROWNE, widow, of Woodside in the county of Durham, chappelry of Escomb [Escomb, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B29/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B18/1-2   3 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/B18/3-4   11 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B19   15 November 1706
John BULMER, yeoman, of Cowpon buly (bewly) in the parish of Billingham and county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B166
DPRI/1/1706/B19/1-2   6 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1706/B19/3   12 November 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/B20   22 May 1706
Robert BUSBY, the younger, yeoman, of Low Wooley in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/B20/1-2   1 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/C1   14 February 1707
John CARRICK, junior, of the onsett, parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Carrack
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B211
DPRI/1/1706/C1/1-2   12 July 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/C2   23 October 1706
Elizabeth CHALLENOR, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Challener
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1706/B146
DPRI/1/1706/C2/1-2   15 November 1679
will
DPRI/1/1706/C3   27 May 1706
Thomas CHARTER, yeoman, of Chatton Miln (Mill) in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C3/1-2   26 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/C3/3   2 June 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/C4   2 September 1706
Edward CHISHOLME, free porter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1706/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C4/1-2   20 November 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/C5   27 December 1706
George COLVILL, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B188
DPRI/1/1706/C5/1-2   31 January 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/C6   18 February 1707
Robert COOKE, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cook
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B221
DPRI/1/1706/C6/1-2   22 December 1687
will
with affidavit, 5 March 1699
will, subscribed with deposition of Anne Miller, former servant of the testator and a witness to the will, taken at Newcastle upon Tyne by John Hindmarsh, master in chancery, 5 Mar 1699
DPRI/1/1706/C7   10 October 1706
Elizabeth COOPER, spinster, of Hartinpoole in the county of Durham [Hartlepool, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1706/B136
DPRI/1/1706/C7/1-2   29 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/C8   17 December 17067 April 1711
William COULSON, gentleman, of the Barnes in the county of Durham, South Sheeles [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B251/1-2
curation bond: DPRI/3/1706/B252/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1711/B10/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1711/B9/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C8/1-2   2 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/C8/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/C9   4 July 1706
Jane CRAGGS, widow, of Green-Leighton in the county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C9/1   13 October 1703
will
DPRI/1/1706/C10   6 June 1706
Edward CRAGILT, of East-Matfin in the parish of Stamfordham and county of Northumberland [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Cragild
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C10/1-2   15 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/C11   22 June 1706
Richard CRAWFORTH, mariner, of South Sheels [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/C11/1   18 June 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/D1   25 May 1706
Margaret DAGLISH, alias Davison, wife of Thomas Daglish of Chester-le-Street, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/D1/1-2   17 July 1705
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to (undated) Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and two witnesses to the will were deposed: Thomas Wilkinson and others v Ralph Henderson
DPRI/1/1706/D2   23 October 1706
William DAWG, of Horseley in the parish of Elsden [Elsdon, Northumberland]; also spelt Davye
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B149
DPRI/1/1706/D2/1-2   October 1706
inventory
date uncertain
DPRI/1/1706/D3   15 July 1706
William DENHAM, yeoman, of South Sheells (Sheels) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B90/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/D3/1-2   26 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/D4   27 February 1707
William DENT, merchant, gentleman, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B224/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B225
DPRI/1/1706/D4/1-2   24 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/D5   29 March 1706
John DENTON, barber, of citty of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B4/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/D5/1-2   17 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/D5/3-4   28 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/D6   2 July 1706
Robert DIXON, yeoman, of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/D6/1   1 July 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/D7   16 January 1707
Thomas DIXON, yeoman, of Shearburne Green, in the parish of Ryton, and county of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B200
DPRI/1/1706/D7/1   6 January 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, rent, wages and debts
DPRI/1/1706/D8   2 April 1706
John DURANT, merchant, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B11/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/D8/1   25 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/E1   14 November 1706
Matthew EDWARDS, tanner, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B165
DPRI/1/1706/E1/1-2   12 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/E2   26 July 1706
Francis EMERSON, yeoman, of Darlington in the countie of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B93/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/E2/1-2   3 June 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/E3   23 April 1706
George EMERSON, merchant, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Emmerson
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B24/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/E3/1-2   18 August 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/E4   5 July 1706
John EMMERSON, gentleman, of Coxclose in the parish of Lamesly and county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1706/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/E4/1-2   19 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/E5   19 October 1706
John ERRINGTON, yeoman, of Shotton in the parish of Easington and county of Durham [Shotton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1706/B135
DPRI/1/1706/E5/1-2   8 October 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/E5/3   14 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/F1   16 November 1706
Elizabeth FENWICK, widow, of Tweedmouth in the county pallatine of Durham [Tweedmouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwicke
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1706/B167
DPRI/1/1706/F1/1-2   2 October 1706
will
with renunciation, 16 November 1706
will, endorsed with 16 Nov 1706 renunciation of Henry Liddell esquire
DPRI/1/1706/F1/3   1 November 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/F2   28 May 1706
Issabell FENWICK, widow, of Nonriding (Nunrideing) in the county of Northumberland [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabell, Fenwicke
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B46/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F2/1-2   24 November 1704
will
with codicil, 18 May 1705
DPRI/1/1706/F2/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/F3   20 September 1706
Barbara FLETCHER, widow, of Ravensworth in the county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B124/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F3/1-2   16 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/F4   20 September 1706
George FLETCHER, yeoman, of Ravensworth in the county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B123/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F4/1-2   13 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/F4/3   18 September 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1706/F5   3 July 1706
George FORSTER, burgess, butcher, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F5/1   8 October 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/F6   11 July 1706
John FORSTER, coal-fitter, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B87/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F6/1   13 June 1706
copy will
DPRI/1/1706/F6/2-3   11 July 1706
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1706/F7   12 November 1706
Thomas FORSTER, of Gillygate (Gilligate), parish of St Giles near Durham [Durham St Giles, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B164
DPRI/1/1706/F7/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/F8   3 July 1706
Thomas FORSTER, of Dunston in the county of Northumberland, parish of Embleton [Embleton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B76/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/F8/1   2 July 1706
inventory
inventory, exhibited by Margret Forster, widow and administratrix
DPRI/1/1706/G1   17 December 1706
Robert GATENBY, mason, of Fellingshore in the county of Durham (parish of Gateshead) [Jarrow, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B178
DPRI/1/1706/G1/1   17 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/G2   18 February 1707
Jeremiah GODDARD, master and mariner, of South Shields [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B214
DPRI/1/1706/G2/1-2   14 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/G3   17 December 1706
Stephen GRAINGE, barber-surgeon, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B182
DPRI/1/1706/G3/1-2   1 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/G4   25 March 1706
John GREERY, of Fourstones in the parish of Warden [Warden, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1706/B2/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/G4/1   8 March 1706
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/H1   23 October 1706
Mary HALL, spinster, of Otterburne in the parish of Elsdon and county of Northumberland [Otterburn, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B148
DPRI/1/1706/H1/1   29 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/H1/2
wrapper
wrapper, formerly a wrapper for the inventory of Anne Stephenson
DPRI/1/1706/H2   2 April 1706
Thomas HARPERLEY, gentleman, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Harperly
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H2/1-2   21 September 1703
copy will
DPRI/1/1706/H2/3-4   2 April 1706
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1706/H3   8 March 1707
Ann HARRISON, widow, of Low Connisclife (Conscliffe) in the countie palatine of Durham [Coniscliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B229
DPRI/1/1706/H3/1   14 July 1699
will
with codicil, 8 February 1704
DPRI/1/1706/H3/2-3
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H4   5 June 1706
Robert HARTBURN, master and mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Hartburne
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B72/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H4/1-2   8 June 1706
letter of attorney
with renunciation, 8 June 1706
letter of attorney and renunciation of Elizabeth Hartburn, relict of the testator, nominating her daughter Sarah Hartburn to take out administration
DPRI/1/1706/H4/3   1 June 1706
renunciation
renunciation of Elizabeth Hartburn, relict of the testator
DPRI/1/1706/H4/4   17 June 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H5   27 April 1706
Anthony HEDLEY, of Birkly (Birkley), parish of Awckland St Andrew [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B27/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H5/1   14 January 1706
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/H5/2   27 April 1706
renunciation
proxy of Jane Hedley and Mary Hedley, daughers Anthony Hedley, nominating their sister Margaret to take out administration
DPRI/1/1706/H6   10 October 1706
Richard HODGESON, of Seaton Delavall, chappelry of Earsden [Seaton Delaval, Northumberland]; also spelt Hodgshon
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B131/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H6/1   13 November 1705
copy inventory
copy inventory, subscribed [by probate clerk] 'the old inventory in the window'
DPRI/1/1706/H7   29 January 1707
Isable HODSHON, spinster, of Bladon in the county of Durham, parish of Ryton [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Isabell, Hodgshon
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B205
DPRI/1/1706/H7/1-2   30 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/H7/3   29 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H8   29 November 1706
Elizabeth HOPE, widow, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B171
DPRI/1/1706/H8/1   28 November 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H9   15 October 1706
Frances HOPPER, widow, of South Street near the citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B133
DPRI/1/1706/H9/1-2   19 September 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/H10   13 April 1706
Robert HOPPER, yeoman, of Edmondbyers (Edmonbiers) in the county of Durham [Edmundbyers, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B16/1-2
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B16/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H10/1-2   21 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/H10/3   8 April 1706
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H11   3 February 17078 September 170720 May 1709
Charles HUDSON, baker, of Claypeth near the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B208/1-2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B208/3-4
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B208/5
DPRI/1/1706/H11/1-2   6 November 1706
will
will, with 23 Dec 1706 memorandum relating the death of the testator's son, Charles Hudson, 'before this present will was sealed up'
DPRI/1/1706/H12   28 February 1707
John HUDSON, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H12/1-2   14 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/H12/3   29 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H13   5 July 1706
Timothy HUDSPETH, skinner, glover, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H13/1   16 January 1706
copy will
DPRI/1/1706/H13/2-3   13 July 1706
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1706/H13/4
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H14   17 December 1706
Robert HUNTER, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B179
DPRI/1/1706/H14/1-2   30 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/H14/3   10 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/H15   22 October 1706
Thomas HUNTER, blacksmith, of Alnwike (Alnewick) in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B143
DPRI/1/1706/H15/1   6 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1706/H15/2-3   21 October 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/H16   2 August 1706
Alice HUTTON, spinster, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/H16/1-2   5 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/H16/3   28 August 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/J1   22 October 1706
Thomas JAMES, yeoman, of Acklington in the parish of Warkworth and county of Northumberland [Acklington, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B141
DPRI/1/1706/J1/1-2   6 December 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/J2   22 October 1706
George JAMESON, of (Middleton Hall in the parish of) Ilderton [Ilderton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B145
DPRI/1/1706/J2/1-2   24 October 1705
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts, rent, burial expenses, church dues and assessment
DPRI/1/1706/J3   17 September 1706
Alice JENISON, relict of Thomas Jenison of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant and alderman, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B122/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/J3/1   5 September 1702
will
DPRI/1/1706/J4   20 November 1706
Jane JENISON, spinster, of Hurworth upon Teese in the county of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]; also spelt Jennison
will bond, penal sum £1,200: DPRI/3/1706/B170
DPRI/1/1706/J4/1-2   20 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1706/J4/3   20 November 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/J5   18 February 1707
John JOHNSON, anchor-smith, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B220
DPRI/1/1706/J5/1-2   20 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1706/K1   5 July 1706
Grace KEMP, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/K1/1-2   2 November 1702
will
DPRI/1/1706/K1/3   26 February 1706
renunciation
proxy of Henry Liddell, brother and executor of the testator, authorizing Thomas Hall to act as executor in trust
DPRI/1/1706/L1   12 June 1706
Nicholas LACKENBY, yeoman, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B61/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B62/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L1/1-2   23 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/L1/3   12 April 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/L2   30 October 1706
Thomas LADLER, yeoman, of parish of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Landler, Laidler
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B154
DPRI/1/1706/L2/1-2   4 June 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/L3   March 1706
William LAMB, yeoman, of Newton in the parish of Byewell St Peter and county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L3/1   9 November 1706
inventory
inventory, with memorandum relating that administration was granted, March 1706
DPRI/1/1706/L4   5 November 1706
Robert LAMBE, alderman, alderman, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Lamb
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B162
DPRI/1/1706/L4/1-2   28 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/L5   20 June 1706
Benjamin LANGLEY, master and mariner, of Hartlepool (Hartlepoole) in the parish of Hart in the county of Durham [Hartlepool, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B68/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L5/1   19 June 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/L6   9 November 1706
Thomas LANGSTAFFE, cordwainer, shoemaker, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Langstaff
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B161
DPRI/1/1706/L6/1-2   9 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/L6/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/L7   26 July 1706
John LAWSON, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B94/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L7/1-2   4 June 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts, rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/L8   30 May 1706
John LEAMON, merchant, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L8/1   15 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/L8/2   10 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/L9   25 January 1707
John LOCK, of Horsley (Horsely), parish of Ovingham [Horsley, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B203
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B204
DPRI/1/1706/L9/1-2   15 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/L10   22 June 1706
James LOWES, yeoman, of Stone Gapp in Thurlewell in the county of Northumberland, parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/L10/1-2   8 April 1706
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1706/L10/3-4   9 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/L10/5   14 June 1706
commission
commission to Thomas Pate MA, vicar of Haltwhistle, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Ann Lowes, alias Wigham, wife of Mathew Wigham and daughter of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Pate (at Haltwhistle), 22 June 1706
DPRI/1/1706/L11   30 October 1706
John LOWES, of Ridley in the parish of Haltwhistle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1706/B152
DPRI/1/1706/L11/1-2   10 October 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/M2   31 May 1706
John MILNER, M.A., precentor of Durham Cathedral, vicar of Heighington, clerk [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1706/M2/1-2   27 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/M3   21 October 1706
John MITCHELSON, of Horton in the parish of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B139
DPRI/1/1706/M3/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/M1   2 September 1706
Isabel MITFORD, spinster, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabell, Midford
will bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1706/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/M1/1-2   2 March 1700
will
DPRI/1/1706/M4   28 May 1706
Robert MITTFORD, fuller, dyer, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Mitford
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/M4/1   16 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/M5   23 August 1706
William MURTON, weaver, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Morton, Morten
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B109/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/M5/1-2   8 February 1690
will
DPRI/1/1706/M5/3   23 August 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/N1   4 January 1707
Ralph NEWBY, bachelor, of Woodland in the parish of Cocfeild and county of Durham [Cockfield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B190
DPRI/1/1706/N1/1   14 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1706/N2   18 September 1706
Gabriel NEWHOUSE, register of Durham Consistory Court, register, gentleman, of North baley in or neare the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1706/N2/1   10 July 1705
copy will
copy will, with memorandum relating that the original will is held by the executrix
DPRI/1/1706/N2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/O1   11 May 1706
Thomas OLIVER, of Edmondbiers in the county of Durham [Edmundbyers, County Durham]; also spelt Olliver
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B32/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/O1/1   26 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/O1/2-3   6 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P1   1 February 1707
James PADDISON, mariner, of Munton in the county of Durham, parish of Jarrow [Jarrow, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B206
DPRI/1/1706/P1/1-2   12 April 1704
will
will, a transcription of a standard form of will often used by marriners, with the testator's details added later
DPRI/1/1706/P2   1 February 1707
Anne PARKIN, widow, of East Murton in the country of Durham, parish of Dalton [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]; also spelt Ann
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B207
DPRI/1/1706/P2/1-2   17 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1706/P3   27 April 1706
Richard PARTIS, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P3/1-2   26 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/P3/3   25 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P4   23 October 1706
William PATTESON, yeoman, of Newbiggin (Newbigin) near the Sea in the county of Northumberland [Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland]; also spelt Pattison
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B150
DPRI/1/1706/P4/1   11 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1706/P4/2-3   21 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P5   25 May 1706
John PAXTON, master and mariner, of Sunderland neare the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1706/B36/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P5/1   27 April 1700
will
DPRI/1/1706/P6   26 April 1706
Henry PEARSON, of Greate Staineton (Great Stainton) in the county pallatine of [Durham] [Great Stainton, County Durham]; also spelt Peirson
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B25/3-4
DPRI/1/1706/P6/1   24 March 1706
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1706/P6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/P7   14 February 1707
Lancelott PEARSON, pitman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Peirson
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1706/B212
DPRI/1/1706/P7/1   13 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P8   19 April 1706
Robert PEVERELL, of Ingleton (within the parish of Staindropp) [Ingleton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B20/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P8/1   18 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P9   31 December 1706
John PICKERING, yeoman, of Brimewham in the county of Durham, in the parish of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B189
DPRI/1/1706/P9/1   12 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/P9/2-3   26 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P10   1 January 1707
Robert POTTS, gentleman, of the Newtown in the parish of Edlingham [Edlingham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £1,300: DPRI/3/1706/B223/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P10/1-2   30 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P11   3 July 1706
Thomas POVIS, yeoman, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne; Alnwicke [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland; Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P11/1   27 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/P11/2   2 July 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/P12   11 June 1706
Arthur PRESCOTT, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B59/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/P12/1-5   2 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/P12/6   10 June 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of legacies and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1706/P13   10 January 1707
Margarett PUNSHON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B245
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B246
DPRI/1/1706/P13/1   30 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R1   4 January 1707
Ann RAWLING, widow, of Little Thorpe in the county of Durham, parish of Easington [Easington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B196
DPRI/1/1706/R1/1-2   9 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R2
Mary RHEAD, spinster, of Wooller in the county of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Reed
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p43
DPRI/1/1706/R2/1-2   15 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R3   5 June 1706
Bainbridge ROBINSON, White Hill within the chaplre of newBrogh and county of northumberland, Hawdonfield in the chapplery of Newbrough [Newbrough, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1706/B55/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/R3/1-2   23 January 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/R4   14 August 1706
William ROBINSON, blacksmith, of Garragillgate in the chappelry of Garragill and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/R4/1-2   16 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R4/3   15 April 1706
inventory
inventory, with account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/R5   23 August 1706
Matthew ROBSON, yeoman, of Wardlaw in the county of Northumberland, in the chapelry of Bellingham within the parish of Symondburn [Bellingham, Northumberland]
Some of Robson's property appraised in the inventory was at Blakelaw in Bellingham
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/R5/1   18 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R5/2-3   26 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/R6   15 March 1707
George ROSE, the younger, burgess, of borough of Barwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1706/B239
DPRI/1/1706/R6/1   10 March 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/R7   10 February 1707
Archibold RUDDERFORD, yeoman, of Westoe in the county of Durham (in the parish of Jarroe) [Westoe, County Durham]; also spelt Archibald, Rutherford
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B209
DPRI/1/1706/R7/1-2   17 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/R7/3   25 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/R8   1 October 1706
Henry RUTLEDGE, of Crosgate in or nigh the city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B126/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/R8/1-2   17 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/R8/3   2 October 1706
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/R8/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/S1   25 March 1706
Elizabeth SADLER, widow, of North Sheildes in the county of Northumberland, parish of Tinmouth [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £12: DPRI/3/1706/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S1/1   27 May 1704
will
with codicil, undated
will and codicil (dated before Christmas 1705)
DPRI/1/1706/S1/2-3   21 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S2   31 July 1706
Thomas SANDERSON, gentleman, of Hedleyhope in the county of Durham [Satley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B98/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S2/1-2   23 August 1700
will
with codicil, 14 September 1704
DPRI/1/1706/S15   1 November 1706
William SCOTT, of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B157
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B158
DPRI/1/1706/S15/1-2   16 October 1706
inventory
inventory, with account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/S3   3 October 1706
John SELBY, mariner, bachelor, hamlett of Wapping Stepney in the county of Middlesex; merchant ship the Neptune, parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland [Wapping, Middlesex; Tynemouth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B187/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S3/1   17 December 1700
copy will
with grant of administration, 3 October 1706
copy will, subscribed with copy letter from the Deputy Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury to Margaret Collinson, attorney of Margaret Selby, the mother and executrix of the testator now at Tynemouth, granting administration with the will annexed to Collinson for the use and benefit of Selby, dated at London 3 Oct 1706
DPRI/1/1706/S4   24 May 1706
William SELBY, gentleman, of Allenton in the county of Northumberland [Alwinton, Northumberland]; also spelt Selbye
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B75/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S4/1   27 September 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/S4/2-3   24 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S5   21 November 1706
Robert SHIPPERDSON, gentleman, of Murton in the county of Durham [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]; also spelt Shepherdson
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1706/B174
DPRI/1/1706/S5/1-2   23 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/S5/3-4   2 November 1706
commission
commission to Nathaniel Frith MA and Henry Barrett MA, clerics, to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Barret and Frith at Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, 21 Nov 1706
DPRI/1/1706/S6   28 May 1706
Cuthbert SMITH, yeoman, of Alnewicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S6/1-2   18 February 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S7   8 June 1706
John SMITH, of Burn Foott (Burnefoot), parish of Haltwesle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B52/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S7/1-2   22 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S8   12 June 1706
Matthew SMITH, yeoman, of Bishopton in the county of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B63/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S8/1   12 June 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S9   30 May 1706
Isable SNAWDON, widow, of South Sheeles in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Snowdon, Isabell
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B48/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S9/1   20 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/S9/2   4 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S10   13 July 1706
Katheraine SNAWDON, widow, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Catherine
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B88/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S10/1   8 August 1704
will
DPRI/1/1706/S10/2   9 July 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S11   10 June 1706
Ann SPEARMAN, widow, of Preston in the county of Northumberland [Preston, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B65/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S11/1-2   6 April 1695
will
DPRI/1/1706/S11/3   6 June 1706
renunciation
DPRI/1/1706/S12   10 June 1706
John SPEARMAN, junior, son and heir of Edward Spearman late of Preston gentleman, gentleman, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S12/1-2   10 August 1702
will
DPRI/1/1706/S12/3   6 June 1706
renunciation
DPRI/1/1706/S13   23 October 1706
Anne STEVENSON, widow of William Stephenson of Woodhorn, widow, of Newbeggin in the parish of Newbeggin (Newbigin) and countye of Northumberland [Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland]; also spelt Stephenson
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B147
DPRI/1/1706/S13/1-2   26 July 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/S13/3   21 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S14   31 August 1706
George STOTT, roper, of Framwelgate near the city of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1706/B112/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S14/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/S16   17 March 1707
Sir John SWINBURNE, baronet, of Capheaton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Whelpington [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B236
DPRI/1/1706/S16/1   17 April 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/S16/2   14 March 1707
commission
commission to Layton Eden, vicar of Hartburn, and Francis Gamul, vicar of Whelpington, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Lady Isabel Swinburne, relict and sole executrix of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will: with (undated) memorandum that the commission was executed by Eden, Gamul and Thomas Errington of Capheaton, gentleman
DPRI/1/1706/S17   2 April 1706
John SWINHOE, vintner, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B7/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/S17/1-2   10 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/S17/3   22 February 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T1   11 January 1707
Thomas TAYLOR, yeoman, of Cornsey Row (Corneseyrow) in the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1706/B194
DPRI/1/1706/T1/1-2   22 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/T1/3   9 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T2   17 August 170619 December 1719
Margarett TEMPEST, widow, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B106/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1719/B161/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T2/1-2   29 June 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/T3   14 June 1706
Anne THOMPSON, relict of Robert Thompson, widow, of Wolsingham (Woosingham) in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B64/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T3/1   19 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1706/T3/2   3 June 1706
renunciation
renunciation of execution and trusteeship due to the testator's debts surpassing her inventorized assets, and nominating Anne Trotter the daughter of the testator to administrate
DPRI/1/1706/T3/3-4   20 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T4   1 November 1706
John THOMPSON, yeoman, of East Hartburne in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham, chappelry of Stockton [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B159
DPRI/1/1706/T4/1-2   31 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T5   26 October 1706
William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Great Lumly [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1706/B155
DPRI/1/1706/T5/1-2   3 May 1702
will
DPRI/1/1706/T6   11 February 1707
George TROTTER, yeoman, of Wolveston in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T6/1   11 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T7   6 June 1706
Robert TROUTBECKE, vicar of Corbridge, clerk, of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]; also spelt Troutbeck
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1706/B57/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T7/1
will
will, dated before 12 May 1706, endorsed with memorandum relating the making of the will
DPRI/1/1706/T7/2   20 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T8   21 June 1706
Robert TRUEMAN, draper, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1706/B127/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T8/1   30 May 1706
copy will
with grant of probate, 21 June 1706
copy will, subscribed with copy grant of probate to Mary Trueman, relict and sole executrix of the testator, dated at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in London 21 June 1706
DPRI/1/1706/T8/2-5   14 August 1706
copy inventory
with copy inventory, 16 August 1706
with memorandum relating that the inventories were exhibited by Mary Trueman, relict and executrix, 1 Apr 1707
DPRI/1/1706/T8/6
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/T9   22 October 1706
George TRUMBLE, of Denwicke, Alnewick [Denwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B140
DPRI/1/1706/T9/1-2   15 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T10   20 May 1706
Jane TUCKER, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/T10/1-2   25 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/T10/3   30 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/T11   18 December 1706
Thomas TURPIN, scrivener, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B185
DPRI/1/1706/T11/1-2   19 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W1   4 October 1706
Tabitha WALKER, alias Eden, alias Thoresby, widow, Shinkliffe, parish of St Oswald in Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham; Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1706/B156
DPRI/1/1706/W1/1   2 November 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W2   17 December 1706
William WALKER, cooper, of towne of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B183
DPRI/1/1706/W2/1-2   26 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/W2/3
copy will
DPRI/1/1706/W3   2 April 1706
Jane WALL, widow, of Westgate in the county of Northumberland; chappelry of Saint Johns within the town and county of Newcastle upon Tine (Westgate in the chapplery of St Andrews) [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B8/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W3/1   17 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/W3/2   10 January 1749
monition
endorsed with memorandum relating it was executed in St John's Church 15 Jan 1749
DPRI/1/1706/W3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1706/W3/4   26 October 1762
probate records
memorandum by William Lax relating to the redelivery of the original will to Durham Registry and complications regarding the related bond
DPRI/1/1706/W4   14 August 1706
Robert WARD, butcher, of Darlington in the countie palatine of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B105/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W4/1   7 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W5   28 May 1706
John WARDELL, yeoman, of Longframlington in the county of Northumberland [Longframlington, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W5/1-2   9 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W5/3-4   8 March 1705
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W6   8 May 1706
Grace WATSON, widow, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1706/B31/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W6/1   14 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1706/W6/2-3   8 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W7   17 March 1707
Jane WATSON, widow, of Eshgillside in the chapplery of Garrigill (Garragill) in the county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B235
DPRI/1/1706/W7/1-2   17 December 1697
will
DPRI/1/1706/W7/3   10 March 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/W8   3 August 1706
Ralph WATSON, of Bowlees in the county of Durham and parrish of Wollsingham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B96/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W8/1-2   2 August 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1706/W9   13 April 1706
William WATSON, yeoman, of Hetton in the hole in the county of Durham, in the parish of Houghton in the Springe [Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W9/1-2   10 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W9/3   26 March 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W10   5 April 1706
James WEIRE, gardener, of Woolsingham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £38: DPRI/3/1706/B13/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W10/1-2   4 April 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W11   18 May 1706
Elizabeth WHITE, widow, of Seaham in the county of Durham [Seaham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W11/1-2   8 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W12   30 May 1706
John WIGHAM, yeoman, of Linn Sheild in the parish of haltwhisell and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1706/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W12/1-2   19 March 1703
will
DPRI/1/1706/W12/3-4   28 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W13   7 May 1706
William WILDE, yeoman, of Hardwick migh the Sea in the county of Durham, in the parish of Monke Hesleton (Monck Hesledon) [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]; also spelt Wild
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B30/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W13/1-2   30 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W13/3-4   3 May 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W14   4 January 1707
Alexsander WILKINSON, yeoman, of Horsley (Horseley) in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Horsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Alexander
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B191
DPRI/1/1706/W14/1-2   16 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/W14/3-4   28 December 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1706/W15   2 April 1706
John WILKINSON, shipwright, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B9/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W15/1-2   1 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/W16   22 March 1707
Ralph WILKINSON, shipwright, of Sunderland near the Sea [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1706/B240
DPRI/1/1706/W16/1-2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W17   7 March 1707
Adam WILSON, burgess, of borough of Barwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1706/B233
DPRI/1/1706/W17/1-2   12 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1706/W17/3   29 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W18   29 August 1706
William WOOD, of Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1706/B111/1-2
DPRI/1/1706/W18/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/W19   5 July 1706
Francis WOODRUFFE, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1706/B79/3-4
DPRI/1/1706/W19/1   29 June 1704
will
will, endorsed with detailed list of witnesses
DPRI/1/1706/Y1   11 January 1707
Margrey YOUNG, widow, of Flass within the chappellry of Ash and county of Durham [Esh, County Durham]; also spelt Margery
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1706/B197
DPRI/1/1706/Y1/1-2   24 August 1705
will
DPRI/1/1706/Y1/3-4   5 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1706/Y2   29 November 1706
William YOUNG, salter, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1706/B172
DPRI/1/1706/Y2/1   28 November 1706
inventory
Wills etc proved 1707
Reference: DPRI/1/1707
DPRI/1/1707/A1   15 July 1707
John AIREY, yeoman, of Trimdon in the county of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p37-38
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A1/1-2   20 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/A1/3   15 July 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/A2   24 November 1707
Margaret ALLGOOD, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p64-66
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1707/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A2/1-2   3 June 1707
copy will
DPRI/1/1707/A2/3-4   24 November 1707
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1707/A3   23 August 1707
John ANDERSON, senior, yeoman, of Saint Hellen Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Helen, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p43
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1707/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A3/1-2   3 December 1698
will
DPRI/1/1707/A3/3   22 August 1707
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1707/A4   24 December 1707
Richard ANDERSON, of Houghton on the Side, chappelry of Denton [Denton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B204/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A4/1   23 December 1707
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and rent
DPRI/1/1707/A5   18 December 1707
William ANDERSON, merchant, of chappelry of St John in the town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1707/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A5/2   16 November 1707
inventory
inventory, with 18 Dec 1707 memorandum relating that Thomas Streatfeild, principal creditor and administrator, was sworn to the truth of the inventory by Thomas Cooke
DPRI/1/1707/A5/1   4 December 1707
commission
commission to Thomas Cooke MA, cleric, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Thomas Streatfeild, merchant and principal creditor of the testator; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed 18 Dec 1707
DPRI/1/1707/A6   16 November 1707
George ANDREW, of Shinkley (Shinckliffe in the parish of St Oswald Durham) [Shincliffe, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p51
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B136/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A6/1-2   25 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1707/A7   16 March 1708
John ARMSTRONG, saddler, of Hundy head in the parish of Aldstone and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Armstronge
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p84-85
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B255/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/A7/1   21 May 1705
will
with codicil, 21 May 1705
DPRI/1/1707/A7/2   15 March 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1707/A7/3-4   28 February 1708
power of attorney
DPRI/1/1707/B1   5 March 1708
Thomas BAILIFE, yeoman, of Houndsheale ford (hounshealford) in the parrish of Stanhop in Weardale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Bayliffe
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1707/B246/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B1/1-2   3 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/B2   20 September 1707
George BAINBRIDGE, yeoman, of Greenfoot in the parrish of Stanhope in weardale (weardaile) in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1707/B121/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B2/1-2   19 August 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1707/B3   3 May 1707
Thomas BALEY, master and mariner, of city of London in the county of Middlesex [London]
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B41/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B3/1   3 May 1707
inventory
inventory of goods etc. within the provice of York
DPRI/1/1707/B4   14 February 1708
Matthew BEE, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B233/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B4/1-2   9 December 1707
inventory
inventory of goods etc. siezed in lieu of rent by Joseph Carr
DPRI/1/1707/B5   17 December 1707
Edward BEWICK, of Howdon panns in the parish of Walsend [Howdon Panns, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p73-74
will bond, penal sum £80: DPRI/3/1707/B211/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B5/1-2   20 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/B6   18 March 1708
Eli BILTON, goldsmith, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p87
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B260/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B6/1   15 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/B7   7 February 1708
Mary BISHOPRICKE, widow, Brunton upon Swaile in the county of Yorke, Blackwell in the parish of Darlington [Easby, Yorkshire; Blackwell, County Durham]; also spelt Bishoprick
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p80
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B226/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B7/1   28 December 1687
will
with codicil, 28 December 1687
DPRI/1/1707/B8   23 August 1707
John BLACKETT, hoastman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p44
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B105/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B8/1   2 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/B9   20 October 1707
John BLACKETT, esquire, of Wylam in the county of Northumberland [Wylam, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p52-53
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B9/1   10 September 1707
copy will
copy will, with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will is held by the executor
DPRI/1/1707/B9/2-3   20 October 1707
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1707/B10   29 January 1708
Mary BOYES, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p77
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B219/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B10/1-2   13 July 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/B11   28 October 1707
Thomas BRACK, joiner, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p55
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B147/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B11/1-2   28 September 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/B11/3   15 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/B12   15 March 1708
Edward BREWELL, shipwright, of Sunderland by Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p83
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B252/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B12/1-2   20 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1707/B13   5 November 1707
Thomas BROWNE, yeoman, of Ravenscleugh in the county of Northumberland, parish of Elsden [Elsdon, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p56
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B161/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B13/1-2   9 October 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/B13/3-4   20 November 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/B14   5 July 1707
Robert BURNETT, doctor of medicine, esquire, of city of Durham (South Bayly in or near the city of Durham) [Durham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p35-36
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B14/1-2   6 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/B14/3   5 July 1707
renunciation
DPRI/1/1707/B14/4-5   7 March 1707
codicil
DPRI/1/1707/B14/6
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/B15   15 April 1707
Robert BUSBEY, gentleman, of Goodwellfeildhouse in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]; also spelt Busby
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p12
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B28/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/B15/1   13 May 1706
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 19 Mar 1706 Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and two witnesses to the will were deposed: Mary Busby, spinster, v Jane Busby, widow
DPRI/1/1707/C1   22 May 1707
Elizabeth CARMICHAEL, widow, of Staindrop (Staindropp) in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p25
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C1/1-2   26 October 1700
will
DPRI/1/1707/C1/3   11 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/C2   2 January 1708
John CHARLTON, victualler, of parish of St John Wapping in the county of Middlesex [St John of Wapping, Middlesex]; also spelt Charleton
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p75
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B212/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C2/1   10 December 1707
copy will
with grant of probate, 22 December 1707
copy will, subscribed with copy grant of probate to Mary Charlton, relict and sole executrix, dated at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in London, 22 Dec 1707
DPRI/1/1707/C2/2   27 December 1707
commission
commission to the Bishop of London, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Mary Charlton of London, relict and executrix of John Charlton; also concerning those parts in Durham diocese of the estate of Thomas Newton late of Stepney parish in London, surgeon, of which John Charlton was executor; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed 2 Jan 1708 (see DPRI/1/1708/N2)
DPRI/1/1707/C3   18 March 1708
Margaret CLARKE, widow, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Clark. Died 21 January 1708
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p85-86
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B259/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C3/1-2   2 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1707/C3/3-4   13 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/C4   15 July 17077 August 170811 November 1709
Sir James CLAVERING, baronet, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p38-39
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B96/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B97/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1708/B141/1-2
will bond, penal sum £3,000: DPRI/3/1708/B142/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1708/B142/3
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B154
DPRI/1/1707/C4/1   12 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/C5   8 April 1707
Margarett CLAY, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p15-17
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B13/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C5/1   31 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/C6   10 May 1707
Isabell COLTHERD, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Isable, Issable
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p24
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B46/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C6/1-2   17 July 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/C6/3   10 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/C7   13 October 1707
Mary COMIN, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Comyn
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p50
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B135/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C7/1-2   17 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/C7/3   13 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/C8   16 December 1707
Elizabeth COOKE, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cook
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p68-69
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C8/1-2   10 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/C9   9 December 1707
Margaret COOKE, spinster, of Framwelgate nigh the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Cook
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p67
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B200/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C9/1-2   12 May 1705
will
with codicil, 12 May 1705
with inventory, undated
will, endorsed with codicil and brief inventory of debts due to the testator
DPRI/1/1707/C10   8 April 1707
Richard COOKE, yeoman, of Wideopen neare South Wetslade in the county of Northumberland, parish of Longbenton [Longbenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Cook
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p6
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B16/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C10/1   21 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/C11   8 April 1707
John COULTHERD, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p9-10
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1707/B21/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/C11/1-2   22 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/C11/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D1   31 May 1707
William DAWSON, rope-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p27-28
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B63/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1707/B64/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D1/1-2   6 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/D2   6 June 1707
William DEAMSTER, smith, of Carrs Hill in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Deemster
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D2/1   2 June 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D3   14 April 1707
Robert DINSDALE, yeoman, of Little Newsham in the county of Durham, parish of Winston [Winston, County Durham]; also spelt Dinsdaile
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p12-13
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B27/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D3/1   27 February 1691
will
DPRI/1/1707/D4   5 January 1708
Thomas DIXON, yeoman, of Irshopeburn (Ireshopeburne) in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp [Stanhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p73
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B209/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B210/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D4/1-2   29 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/D4/3   3 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D5   8 April 1707
Michell DOBSON, of Whickham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Michael
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1707/B16/3-4
DPRI/1/1707/D5/1-2   21 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D6   2 December 1707
Thomas DOBSON, senior, yeoman, of Heighington within the county of Durham [Heighington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D6/1-2   15 November 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D7   13 January 1708
Christopher DODS, yeoman, of Carside (carr-side) in the parish of Trimdon in the county of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]; also spelt Dodds
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D7/1-2   10 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D8   12 March 1708
Robert DORMAN, of Cornsaw (Cornesey) in the parish of Lenchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B249/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B250/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D8/1   18 February 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent, funeral charges, wages and debts
DPRI/1/1707/D9   22 August 1707
John DOUGLAS, of Rothbury [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Douglass
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p46
administration bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1707/B113/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D9/1-2   9 August 1707
nuncupative will
nuncupative will, subscribed with memorandum of the witnesses validating the will
DPRI/1/1707/D10   8 April 1707
Robert DOVE, yeoman, of Powebanke in the parish of Tinemouth and county of Northumberland [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p14-15
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B24/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D10/1   21 September 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/D10/2-3   8 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/D11   26 April 1707
Nicholas DOWSON, yeoman, of Trimdon in the county of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p19
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D11/1-2   13 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/D12   26 November 1707
James DUNN, of Church Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]; also spelt Dunne, Dun
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/D12/1   25 November 1707
inventory
with inventory, undated
inventory with an additional inventory (undated) exhibited by Ann Dunn, relict and administratrix
DPRI/1/1707/E1   7 April 1707
James ELLIOT, mariner, of North Sheilds in the parish of Tinmouth and county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Elliott
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p6
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1707/B11/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/E1/1-2   5 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1707/E2   23 September 1707
Anthony EMERSON, gentleman, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Will endorsed 'will and inventory', the latter is not present.
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p48
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B123/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/E2/1-2   12 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/E3   9 August 1707
John EMERSON, senior, yeoman, of Burtreeford in Weardale the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp; Westerhots in the parish of Stanhope in Weardale [Stanhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p42
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/E3/1-2   13 April 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/E3/3   1 August 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/E4   14 November 1707
Thomas EMERSON, yeoman, of Irshopeburne in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhope (Stainhope) in Weardaile [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Emmerson
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p58-59
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B169/1-2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B170/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/E4/1-2   15 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/E4/3   19 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/F1   24 January 1708
Ralph FARROW, yeoman, of Offerton in the county [of Durham] [Penshaw, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B216/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/F1/1-2   22 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/F2   25 September 1707
George FELL, the younger, yeoman, of Ryhopp (Ryhope) in the county of Durham [Ryhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p48
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B126/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/F2/1-2   29 January 1692
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 6 Mar 1708 [Chancery] case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: George Rutter and wife v George Fell
DPRI/1/1707/F3   29 January 1708
Nicholas FENWICK, alderman, alderman, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p79-80
will bond, penal sum £5,000: DPRI/3/1707/B222/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/F3/1   8 May 1700
will
DPRI/1/1707/F4   4 November 1707
George FORSTER, doctor of physic, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p57-58
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B155/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/F4/1   12 June 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/F4/2-3   12 December 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/F5   25 September 1707
Thomas FORSTER, esquire, of Cornhill (Cornehill) in the county palatine of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p48-49
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B125/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/F5/1-2   16 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/F5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/G1   18 March 1708
Samuell GIBSON, [army] lieutenant, gentleman, of Tinemouth Castle in the county of Northumberland [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p86
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B262/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G1/1-2   13 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1707/G2   19 February 1708
William GIBSON, yeoman, of Coushill (Coves-hill) in the parrish of Stanhope in Weardale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G2/1-2   16 February 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/G3   27 February 1708
William GIBSON, joiner, of the holehouse in the parish of Wolsingham (Woolsingham) in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p82
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B240/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B241/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G3/1-2   26 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/G4   5 November 1707
George GRAHAM, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B162/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G4/1   19 August 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1707/G5   29 January 1708
Henry GRAY, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durrham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Grey
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p77
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B217/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G5/1-2   3 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/G5/3-4   26 January 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rents
DPRI/1/1707/G6   8 April 1707
Charles GREEN, tobacconist, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p9
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1707/B25/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G6/1-2   29 October 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/G7   15 September 1707
Thomas GREENE, mariner, of Great Ushworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Green
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p47
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1707/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G7/1-2   16 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1707/G10   18 October 1707
Humphrey GREENWELL, of Broom Sheeles (Broome Sheeles) in the county of Durham and parish of Lenchester [Lanchester, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p51-52
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B138/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G10/1-2   2 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/G11   5 July 1707
Michael GREENWELL, of Broom-Sheeles (Broome Sheels) in the parish of Lanchester [Lanchester, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1707/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G11/1   29 May 1707
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1707/G8   1 August 1707
Anne GREEWELL, widow, of Jove's hill in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Greenwell
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p41
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B93/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G8/1-2   13 November 1703
will
DPRI/1/1707/G12   12 February 1708
Emanuell GRICE, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Emanuel
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p74-75
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B239/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G12/1-2   10 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/G13   20 March 1708
William GRINWELL, of Raerton (Rareton), parish of Lanchester [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Greenwell
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B256/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G13/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/G9   27 May 1707
Dorothy GRUMWELL, widow, of Cauledge East Parke in the county of Northumberland, parish of Alnewick [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Grumble, Grummell
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p26
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1707/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/G9/1-2   16 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1707/G9/3   9 October 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H1   16 December 1707
Bartholomew HALL, cooper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p70-71
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B197/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H1/1   6 December 1706
will
with codicil, 6 December 1706
DPRI/1/1707/H2   24 October 1707
Cuthbert HALL, yeoman, of Lingerige (Lingyrigg) in Weardale in the county of Durham, parish of Stanhopp in Weardaile [Stanhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p52
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B140/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H2/1-2   2 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/H2/3-4   25 August 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H3   11 June 1707
Parsivell HALL, waterman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Parcivall
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p33
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H3/1   28 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H3/2   16 June 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H4   29 May 1707
William HALL, dyer, of Bywel (Bywell St Peter) in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p28
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B59/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H4/1-2   4 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/H4/3   23 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H5   13 June 1707
Richard HARRISON, yeoman, of Ovington in the county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Herrison
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p31-33
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B67/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H5/1   24 November 1704
will
with codicil, 19 March 1707
DPRI/1/1707/H6   29 May 1707
William HARRISON, yeoman, of Easterblackdean in the parrish of Stanhope (Stainhopp) in Weardale and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B51/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H6/1   27 May 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/H7   28 March 1707
Ralph HASWELL, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p2-3
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H7/1   7 February 1707
will
with codicil, 7 February 1707
DPRI/1/1707/H7/2   27 March 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/H8   9 May 1707
Thomas HAUXLEY, merchant, tallow-chandler, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p22
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H8/1-2   18 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H8/3-4   13 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H8/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/H9   16 December 1707
Richard HESLOPP, merchant, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p69
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B198/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H9/1-2   20 October 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H10   14 November 1707
Mary HEWSON, widow, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p61-62
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B171/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H10/1-2   26 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H11   14 February 1708
John HICKSON, of Fishburne [Fishburn, County Durham]; also spelt Hixon
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B238/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H11/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H12   8 April 1707
Richard HINCKSTER, waterman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p8
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B19/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H12/1-2   26 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/H14   9 August 1707
John HODGSON, schoolmaster, of Darlington in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Hodshon, Hodgshon
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p42-43
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B101/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H14/1-2   21 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H14/3-4   29 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H13   6 November 1707
Isabel HODSHON, widow, of South Sheilds (Sheels) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Issabell, Hodgshon
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p58
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B166/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H13/1   6 October 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H15   26 August 1707
Henry HOLMES, esquire, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p45-46
will bond, penal sum £6,000: DPRI/3/1707/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H15/1   19 July 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/H15/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/H16   8 April 1707
Leonard HOLMES, pipe-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p8
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H16/1-2   29 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H16/3   4 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H17   27 September 1707
Anthony HUBBACK, yeoman, of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]; also spelt Hubbock
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B124/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H17/1   17 September 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/H18   29 July 1707
Richard HUDLESTON, innholder, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Huddleston
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p40-41
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1707/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H18/1-2   5 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/H19   24 April 1707
James HULL, joiner, of Sidgate (Sidegate) in or nigh the city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p20
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B102/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H19/1-2   13 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/H20   28 November 1707
Mary HUTCHINSON, of Bishop Wearemouth, Sunderland [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p66
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B183/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/H20/1-2   26 November 1707
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/H20/3   17 September 1707
nuncupative will
nuncupative will in the form of a memorandum by witnesses of legacies given by the testator
DPRI/1/1707/J1   29 May 1707
Edward JACKSON, of Eastmatfin Moore houses, parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p27
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J1/1   8 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/J1/2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J2   18 July 1707
John JACKSON, saddler, of towne and county of NewCastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1707/B82/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J2/1   16 July 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J3   28 November 1707
Mary JACKSON, widow, of Chester [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B184/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J3/1-2   27 November 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J4   7 October 1707
Thomas JACKSON, yeoman, of Stobalee (Stobbe lee) in the county of Durham, parish of Lanchester [Lanchester, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B132/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J4/1
inventory
inventory, exhibited by Anne Jackson, relict of Thomas Jackson
DPRI/1/1707/J5   14 November 1707
John JAQUES, mariner, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B172
DPRI/1/1707/J5/1-2   11 November 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J6   30 September 1707
Henry JOHNSON, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p49
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B126/3-4
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B127/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J6/1   31 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/J7   15 May 1707
Margaret JOHNSON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p24-25
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J7/1   19 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/J7/2-3   15 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J8   6 March 1708
Mary JOHNSON, widow, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p83-84
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B253/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,200: DPRI/3/1707/B254/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J8/1-2   21 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/J8/3   1 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J9   25 October 1707
Thomas JOHNSON, yeoman, of Crooke (Crook) in the parish of Brancepeth and in the county of Durham [Crook, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p53-55
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B144/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J9/1   7 July 1694
will
DPRI/1/1707/J9/2-3   20 March 1699
codicil
DPRI/1/1707/J9/4-5   1 January 1706
codicil
DPRI/1/1707/J10   28 October 1707
William JOHNSON, joiner, of town of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J10/1   31 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/J11   8 April 1707
John JOPLING, cordwainer, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Jobling
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/J11/1   7 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/L1   31 May 1707
Jane LABURNE, widow, of Langleydale in the county of Durham, parish of Staindrop [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Layburne
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p31
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L1/1   2 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/L1/2-3   26 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/L2   7 February 1708
Robert LACKENBY, of Stranton [Stranton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L2/1   5 February 1708
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1707/L3   22 October 1707
Henry LAW, master and mariner, of Billingham in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1707/B146/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L3/1   22 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/L4   18 March 1708
Cornelius LEMON, glazier, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Leamon
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p85
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B264/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L4/1-2   6 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1707/L5   7 April 1707
William LEWIS, mariner, of Northshields in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p5
will bond, penal sum £76: DPRI/3/1707/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L5/1   8 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/L6   6 November 1707
Robert LIDDELL, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p59-60
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B167/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L6/1   17 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/L7   26 July 1707
William LISTER, yeoman, of Great Burdon in the parish of Bishop Wearemouth and county of Durham; Little Burdon [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p40
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B87/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L7/1   19 December 1693
will
DPRI/1/1707/L8   28 March 1707
John LODGE, weaver, of Cockerton in the countie palatine of Durham (in the parish of Darlington) [Cockerton, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p1
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B4/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/L8/1   28 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/M1   10 July 1707
Robert MALLABER, yeoman, of Thornegraffton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Haltwhistle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Mallabar, Mallabur
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p36
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M1/1-2   22 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/M1/3   12 March 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/M2   5 November 1707
Richard MARCH, yeoman, of high Langley in the parish of Lanchester and in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p55-56
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B149/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M2/1   16 October 1707
will
with codicil, undated
will, endorsed with codicil and schedule of legacies
DPRI/1/1707/M2/2-3   31 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/M3   18 February 1708
John MARSHALL, mason, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]; also spelt Marshell
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p81
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B231/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M3/1   26 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/M3/2   7 February 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/M4   7 August 1707
Robart MATTE, yeoman, of Ridley Hall in the parrish of Haltwhistle and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Robert, Mattee
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p41
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B98/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M4/1   9 August 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/M4/2-3   23 July 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/M6   18 August 1707
John MILLER, of Finen burne in the parish of Chester in the Streett in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B103/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M6/1-2   18 August 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/M5   29 January 1708
Jane MITFORD, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Midford
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p78-79
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B220/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M5/1   18 November 1699
will
will, with memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1707/M7   26 July 1707
Ann MORGAN, widow, of parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Anne
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p39
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B88/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M7/1-2   25 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/M8   10 April 1707
Jane MOSES, widow, of Brood-daile (Broad daile) house in the parish of Stanhoop and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p11
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/M8/1-2   30 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/N1   27 February 1708
Joseph NEWBY, yeoman, of Stockton [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1707/B244/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/N1/1   27 February 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/N2   17 April 1707
Thomas NEWTON, apothecary, surgeon, towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine, parish of Stepney in London [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland; Stepney, Middlesex]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p18
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B31/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/N2/1   19 March 1707
copy will
copy will, subscribed with grant of probate to John Charlton of St John Wapping, executor, dated at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in London, 2 Apr 1707 (see DPRI/1/1708/C2)
DPRI/1/1707/N2/2   10 April 1707
commission
commission to the Bishop of London to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration of that part of the estate in the diocese of Durham to John Charlton of London; with (marginal) memorandum relating that the commission was executed 17 Apr 1707
DPRI/1/1707/N3   18 March 1708
Richard NICHOLLS, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p86-87
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B261/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/N3/1   30 July 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/N4   3 July 1707
Anthony NICHOLSON, tanner, yeoman, of Bywell in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland; Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
parish uncertain
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p34
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/N4/1   10 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/N5   1 December 1707
Edward NIXON, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p76-77
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/N5/1   1 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/P1   18 December 1707
Christopher PARROTT, of Cliffords Fort, parish of Tynemouth [Tynemouth, Northumberland]; also spelt Parratt
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p72
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1707/B201/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/P1/1-2   16 October 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/P2   5 April 1707
William PAXTON, of Hugh-Hall (Heugh hall) in the parish of Kelloe and county of Durham [Kelloe, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B8/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/P2/1-2   18 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/P3   5 November 1707
Ann PERRY, widow, of Wingates (wingate) in the parish of Long-Horsley (Long - horsely) in the county of Northumberland [Longhorsley, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p57
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/P3/1-2   12 August 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/P4   16 December 1707
Mary PICKERING, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Pickring
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p69-70
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B196/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/P4/1   7 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/P4/2-3   26 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/P5   21 March 1707
Michaell POTTS, yeoman, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p1
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B1/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/P5/1   26 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/R1   22 March 1708
David RAMSDAILE, chapman, of Staindropp in the county palatine of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Ramsdale
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p87-88
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B265/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R1/1   27 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/R2   5 April 1707
Michaell RAWLING, yeoman, of Little Thorp in the county of Durham [Easington, County Durham]; also spelt Michael
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p3
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B7/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R2/1-2   26 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/R3   18 April 170712 February 1715
Thomas REED, yeoman, of Lamportt (Lampetts) in the parish of Halltwestle in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p17
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B30/1-2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1714/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R3/1-2   24 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/R4   7 May 1707
William REED, yeoman, of (Colwell in the) parish of Chollerton and county of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R4/1-2   25 July 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/R5   10 July 1707
Matthew RIDLEY, yeoman, of Blagill in Alstonmoore in the county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p34
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B72/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R5/1-2   22 March 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/R5/3-4   12 November 1706
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/R6   30 December 1707
William ROBSON, yeoman, of Loyton (Layton) in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p73
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B207/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R6/1-2   3 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/R6/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/R7   22 April 1707
Ralph ROWELL, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine (chaplery of St John) [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p19-20
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B32/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/R7/1-2   7 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/S1   8 April 1707
Martin SCAFE, fellmonger, of Gateside in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Skaife
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p10-11
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B14/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S1/1-2   20 April 1703
will
DPRI/1/1707/S1/3-4   8 April 1707
renunciation
proxy of renunciation
DPRI/1/1707/S2   22 November 1707
James SHERATON, yeoman, of Dalton Piercy in the county of Durham [Hart, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p63-64
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S2/1   30 August 1707
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1707/S2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/S3   6 March 1708
Thomas SLATOR, butcher, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Slater
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p82-83
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1707/B251/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S3/1-2   3 February 1699
will
DPRI/1/1707/S3/3   6 March 1708
commission
commission to John Stackhouse, minister of the church of Auckland St Andrew, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Elizabeth Slator, relict and sole executrix of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Stackhouse, 6 Mar 1708
DPRI/1/1707/S4   8 April 1707
Henry SLEIGH, apothecary, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p23
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S4/1   27 October 1701
will
DPRI/1/1707/S5   25 July 1707
George SMITH, upholsterer, of citty of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B85/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S5/1   25 July 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/S6   29 May 1707
John SMITH, of the Lee, parish of Bywell [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1707/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S6/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/S7   23 March 1708
Joshua SMITH, merchant, of Hartinpool, in the county of Durham [Hartlepool, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p88
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B266/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S7/1-2   24 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1707/S8   8 April 1707
Robert SMITH, master and mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B20/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S8/1   17 January 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/S9   1 November 1707
William SMITH, yeoman, of Easter Haughton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Symonburne [Simonburn, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p56
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S9/1-2   26 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/S9/3   27 September 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/S10   12 December 1707
Mary SMITHSON, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p72
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B202/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S10/1-2   18 October 1704
will
DPRI/1/1707/S11   6 October 1707
Isabell SPARKE, spinster, of Tudhoe within the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham [Tudhoe, County Durham]; also spelt Spark
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B131/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S11/1   6 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/S12   18 March 1708
John SPEARMAN, gentleman, of Durham (North Bayley in or near the city of Durham) [Durham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p89-94
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B263/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S12/1   21 July 1703
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to Westminster cause in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Isaac Grieve and others v John Spearman and Abraham Dixon and other(s)
DPRI/1/1707/S13   8 April 1707
Thomas STELLING, vintner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p7
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1707/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S13/1-2   28 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/S14   12 May 1707
Humphrey STEPHENSON, joiner, of South Bailye (Bayly) in Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p23-24
will bond, penal sum £18: DPRI/3/1707/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S14/1-2   1 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1707/S15   26 April 1707
Thomas STOBERT, shoemaker, of Trimdon [Trimdon, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p19
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S15/1-2   8 March 1694
will
DPRI/1/1707/S16   8 October 1707
Jeremiah STORY, mason, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Jerremiah, Storey
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p50
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B133/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S16/1-2   17 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/S16/3   8 October 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1707/S17   26 August 1707
Bartram STOTE, esquire, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p45
will bond, penal sum £6,000: DPRI/3/1707/B107/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/S17/1-2   8 July 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/S17/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/T1   29 January 1708
John TAYLOR, cooper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B223/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T1/1   27 September 1710
inventory
with affidavit, 6 October 1710
inventory, with 6 Oct 1710 affidavit of the exhibitant Mrs Gibson, formerly Taylor, giving an account of the testator's debts and beleaguered mercantile estate since his death
DPRI/1/1707/T2   10 January 1708
Talbot TAYLOR, yeoman, of Keverstone (Kaverston) in the parish of Staindropp in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]; also spelt Talbott
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p75-76
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B213/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T2/1-2   27 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/T2/3   9 January 1708
commission
commission to Simon Gilpin, vicar of Staindrop, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Margaret Taylor, relict and executrix, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; with memorandum relating that the commission was executed by Gilpin 10 Jan 1708
DPRI/1/1707/T3   18 March 1708
John THOMPSON, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p85
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B258/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T3/1-2   10 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/T4   30 May 1707
John THOMPSON, merchant, late of the towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine,, and now liveing in Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham; Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p29-31
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T4/1   6 November 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/T4/2   undated
codicil
codicil, relating to the testator's administration of the estate of Elizabeth Forster, and the settlement of other outstanding debts, dated before Feb 1707
DPRI/1/1707/T5   27 November 1707
John THOMPSON, cordwainer, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p66
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B182/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T5/1   28 July 1705
will
with codicil, 18 August 1707
DPRI/1/1707/T5/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/T6   25 April 1707
Robert THOMPSON, yeoman, of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]. Died 21 April 1707
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p18
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T6/1-2   21 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/T6/3   24 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/T7   16 September 1707
Elizabeth THURSBY, widow, of Heighington [Heighington, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p47
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T7/1-2   31 July 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/T8   4 November 1707
Thomas TODD, of parish of Alnwicke, county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B153/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T8/1   8 May 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/T9   13 February 1708
Elizabeth TROTTER, spinster, of Byers Hall in the county of Durham, Byersgreene [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p81
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B230/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T9/1-2   6 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/T9/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/T10   6 November 1707
William TURNER, the elder, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p60
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B165/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/T10/1-2   20 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/T10/3   16 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/U1   1 November 1707
Michael USHER, blacksmith, of parish of Corbridge and county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p60-61
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B150/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/U1/1-2   4 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/U1/3   25 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/V1   5 April 1707
Elizabeth VIPOND, widow, of Middle Cragg in the chappelry of Garragill and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p20-21
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1707/B38/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/V1/1-2   17 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/V1/3-4   13 March 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/V1/5   2 April 1707
commission
commission to Nicholas Walton, vicar of Alston, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to John Vipond, son and executor of the testator, and also to administer an oath to the witnesses to the will; endorsed with memorandum relating that the comission was executed by Walton, 5 Apr 1707
DPRI/1/1707/V2   2 April 1707
Thomas VIPOND, yeoman, of Garrigill gate (Garrygill) in the chappellry of Garrigill and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p3-4
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/V2/1   16 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/V2/2   27 February 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1707/W1   3 November 1707
Ellesebeth WALKER, widow, of Humbleton within the chaplere of Doddington and county of Northumberland [Doddington, Northumberland]; also spelt Elizabeth
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p61
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B152/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W1/1-2   16 April 1692
will
DPRI/1/1707/W2   3 May 1707
Mary WALL, widow, of Ingleton in the county of Durham [Ingleton, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p21-22
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1707/B39/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W2/1   1 June 1705
will
DPRI/1/1707/W3   16 April 1708
Ralph WALLIS, of Williamstone in the parish of Knarsdale and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallass
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p94
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W3/1   26 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/W3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/W3/3-4   5 March 1708
affidavit
with affidavit, undated
affidavits of Anthony Baxter (undated) and Ann Atkeson (5 Mar 1708), witnesses to the will, examined on the part of Richard Wallis, executor, relating to a cause to prove the will, against William Wallis
DPRI/1/1707/W4   5 March 1708
Thomas WALLIS, yeoman, of Williamston in the parish of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]; also spelt Wallass
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W4/1   15 March 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/W5   4 April 1707
William WALTON, of Garragill (Garrigill) gate in the county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p4
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1707/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W5/1-2   5 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/W5/3-4   6 February 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1707/W10   16 February 1708
William WARDELL, merchant, of city of Durham in the county of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Weardell
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p81-82
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B234/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W10/1-2   11 September 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/W6   20 September 1707
Francis WATSON, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1707/B120/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W6/1   8 September 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W7   25 July 1707
Henry WATSON, yeoman, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1707/B83/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W7/1   24 July 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W8   5 September 1707
James WATSON, miller, of Newbottle-Mill in the county of Durham (in the parish of Houghton in le Spring) [Newbottle, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p46-47
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1707/B115/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W8/1-2   3 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/W8/3   4 September 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W9   5 November 1707
Ralph WATSON, of North Seaton in the parish of Woodhorne and county of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p62-63
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B159/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1707/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W9/1-2   27 March 1699
will
DPRI/1/1707/W11   4 November 1707
Ralph WEATHERBURN, skinner, glover, of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Wetherburne, Weatherburne
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W11/1   29 October 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W12   28 February 1708
George WILLOWBY, weaver, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham, Sunderland by the Sea [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B243/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W12/1-2   6 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W13   8 April 1707
Joseph WILSON, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p7
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B17/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W13/1   30 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/W14   18 March 1708
Edward WINSHIPP, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B257/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W14/1   16 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W14/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1707/W15   14 November 1707
Anne WOOD, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mary
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B190/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W15/1   4 November 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W16   23 May 1707
Francis WOOD, mason, of Bishop Midleham (Middleham) in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p26
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1707/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W16/1-2   9 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/W17   14 November 1707
Thomas WOOD, mariner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p59
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1707/B189/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W17/1   6 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/W17/2
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W18   31 May 1707
Thomas WOOD, gentleman, of Quarryhill house in the county of Durham (in the parish of Merrington) [Merrington, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p29
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1707/B55/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W18/1   29 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1707/W18/2
wrapper
wrapper, formerly the wrapper for the inventory of William Harison of Easterblacdean in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/1/1707/W19   30 September 1707
Margaret WOODRUFFE, widow, of chapplery of St John's in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1707/B128/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W19/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1707/W20   31 May 1707
Thomas WRANGHAM, senior, yeoman, of Bolam in the county of Durham and parish of Gainford [Bolam, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p28-29
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1707/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/W20/1-2   13 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1707/Y1   6 November 1707
Anne YOUNG, widow, of South Sheilds (Sheeles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p57
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1707/B164/1-2
DPRI/1/1707/Y1/1-2   1 September 1707
will
Wills etc proved 1708
Reference: DPRI/1/1708
DPRI/1/1708/A1   25 January 1709
Robert ALLEN, butcher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Allan
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1708/B222/1-2
certificate of probate, estate value 15s 10d: DPRI/3/1708/B222/3
DPRI/1/1708/A1/1-2   12 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/A1/3-4   24 January 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/A3   14 December 1708
Thomas ANDREW, hoastman, of towne and county Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B198/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/A3/1-2   2 October 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/A4   25 August 1708
Nicholas ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Williamstone in the parish of Knarsdale (Knaresdaile) and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]; also spelt Armestrong
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p131-132
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B134/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/A4/1-2   3 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/A4/3-4   26 November 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1708/A5   13 August 1708
John ATKINSON, yeoman, of South ...hengdon (South Whengdon) in the parish of Monk Hesleden [Monk Hesleden, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p129
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B126/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/A5/1-2   20 July 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/A6   29 May 1708
Thomas AYRE, staithman, of Stella (Stelloe) in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham [Stella, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p113
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/A6/1   30 July 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/A6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/A7   3 July 1708
Thomas BARKER, of Gainford in the county of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B98/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/A7/1
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of rent
DPRI/1/1708/B1   28 August 1708
Nicholas BELL, yeoman, of Chester in the Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p132
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B136/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B1/1   1 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/B1/2   26 August 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B2   13 May 1708
Elizabeth BEST, widow, of Newcastle upon Tine (chappelry of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1708/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B2/1   12 May 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B3   19 January 1709
Michaell BLAND, joiner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Michael
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B3/1-2   16 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/B4   26 November 1708
Jonas BLAYMIRES, gentleman, of chapplery of Gilligate in the city (citty) of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Blamires, Blamiers
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B190/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B4/1-2   25 November 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B5   26 July 1708
Thomas BOWTYMAN, tanner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Bootyman
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B116/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B5/1-2   10 May 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B6   4 November 1708
Mark BRADY, yeoman, of Wylom (Wylam) in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland [Ovingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B6/1-2   15 December 1707
will
will, with memorandum (undated)
DPRI/1/1708/B6/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B7   6 April 1708
Dorothy BROWNE, widow, of Westgate in Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p96
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B3/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B7/1   5 April 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/B7/2   5 April 1706
will
will: a catalogue of legacies, refered to and formerly enclosed within the will
DPRI/1/1708/B7/3   5 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/B8   13 November 1708
Mary BULLOCK, widow, of Blackwell in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B184/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/B8/1-2   6 November 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C1   19 June 1708
George CAIN, of (Burnehope in the) parish of Stanhopp in Weardaile [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Caine
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B83/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C1/1-2
will
DPRI/1/1708/C1/3   14 June 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C2   10 June 1708
John CATCHESIDE, gentleman, of Nether Heworth in the county of Durham and parish of Jarrow (Jarroe) [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Catchesyde. Died 29 September 1707
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p119
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C2/1-2   18 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/C2/3-4   16 June 1708
inventory
with renunciation, 18 June 1708
inventory, endorsed with 18 June 1708 renunciation
DPRI/1/1708/C3   5 July 1708
William CHAMBERS, house-carpenter, millwright, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p127
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B99/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C3/1   3 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/C4   2 October 1708
Robert CHAPMAN, yeoman, of High Bishopley within the parish of Stanhop (Stanhopp) and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p136-137
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B152/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C4/1   10 August 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/C5   11 December 1708
William CHAPMAN, yeoman, of Billingham in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B194/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C5/1-2   28 June 1708
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1708/C5/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C6   9 June 1708
James CHARLETON, senior, yeoman, of Berwickhill in the county of Northumberland, parish of Pont Island [Ponteland, Northumberland]; also spelt Charlton
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p118
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B68/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C6/1-2   25 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/C6/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C7   22 March 1709
Thomas COLLEDGE, yeoman, of Cornforth (Corneforth) in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham [Cornforth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B257/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C7/1   13 January 1699
will
DPRI/1/1708/C7/2-3
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C8   18 October 1708
Luke COLLINGWOOD, the elder, gentleman, of Langton in the county of Northumberland, borrough of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p141
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B165/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C8/1   9 January 1705
copy will
DPRI/1/1708/C8/2-2A   undated
inventory
inventory, dated 10 Oct
DPRI/1/1708/C8/3-4   18 October 1708
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1708/C9   23 June 1708
Thomas COOK, of Newbottle (in the parish of Houghton le Spring) [Newbottle, County Durham]; also spelt Cooke
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B85/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C9/1   19 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C10   22 January 1709
William CORNFORTH, yeoman, of Oaks-Row (Oakes Row) in the county of Durham, parrish of St Andrew Aukland [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Corneforth
curation bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1708/B217/1-2
will bond, penal sum £800: DPRI/3/1708/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C10/1-2   2 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/C10/3-4   19 January 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/C11   8 February 1709
Anne COTTERELL, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B228/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C11/1-2   29 October 1705
will
DPRI/1/1708/C12   29 April 1708
William CRAMLINGTON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p101
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B24/1-2
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B25/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C12/1-2   6 September 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/C13   4 October 1708
Thomas CRAWFORTH, gentleman, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p138
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B156/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C13/1-2   26 January 1693
will
DPRI/1/1708/C13/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/C14   17 June 1708
Elizabeth CROSBY, widow, of South Sheilds (Sheeles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Crosbe
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p122
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C14/1   3 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/C15   8 February 1709
Edward CUTTER, yeoman, of Rawlings House in the liberties of the towne of Newcastle upon Tine (chapplery of All Saints) [Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/C15/1-2   10 January 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/D1   12 March 1709
Jane DENT, widow, of Bishop Weremouth (Wearemouth) Panns in the county of Durham; Newbottle [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham; Newbottle, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B248/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D1/1-2   10 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/D2   24 September 1708
Margrett DICKINSON, widow, of Netherfairhill in the parish of Aldston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Margaret, Dickenson
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p136
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B146/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D2/1-2   7 April 1708
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1708/D2/3   1 May 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/D3   9 March 1709
George DICKON, grocer, merchant, of Darlington in the countie palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B244/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B245/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D3/1   6 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/D4   14 October 1708
Thomas DOD, house-carpenter, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Dodds, Dodd
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p140-141
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D4/1   17 August 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/D4/2-3   30 September 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/D5   22 January 1709
George DOWNES, shoemaker, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B219/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B221/1-2
renunciation: DPRI/3/1708/B221/3-4
DPRI/1/1708/D5/1-2   1 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/D6   3 July 1708
John DOWNES, yeoman, of Saint-Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B96/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B97/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D6/1-2   19 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1708/D7   23 June 1708
Jacob DUN, of Coppan; Cowpen Bewly in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]; also spelt Dunn
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1708/B91/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/D7/1   16 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/D7/2   23 June 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/E1   21 March 1709
John ELSTOB, yeoman, of Morden in the county of Durham [Morden, County Durham]; also spelt Elstobb
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1708/B256/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/E1/1-2   15 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/E1/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/E2   22 September 1708
John EMERSON, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p134-136
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B144/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/E2/1   13 February 1707
will
with codicil, 31 October 1707
DPRI/1/1708/E2/2-3   3 June 1755
caveat
caveat of Thomas Maddison, Durham consistory court surrogate at Newcastle; with 5 June 1755 memorandum of Register Ralph Trotter urging on his successors diligent compliance with Maddison's request
DPRI/1/1708/E2/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/F1   9 June 1708
James FENWICKE, gentleman, of Rothbury; Coateyards [Rothbury, Northumberland; Netherwitton, Northumberland]; also spelt Fenwick
administration bond, penal sum £110: DPRI/3/1708/B72/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F1/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/F2   21 April 1708
Edward FEWSTER, mariner, of Sunderland [Sunderland, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F2/1   17 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/F3   3 November 1708
James FLATT, mariner, of Sunderland by Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
Flatt's power of attorney indicates he was serving in the British Naval Service
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1708/B177/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F3/1-2   1 February 1694
will
will in the form of a power of attorney
DPRI/1/1708/F4   26 May 1708
George FLAWARD, of parish of St Oswalds in Durham, Elvett [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt Flaword
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F4/1-2   25 May 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/F5   26 October 1708
Frances FORSTER, widow, of High Buston in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B169/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F5/1-2   17 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/F5/3-4   21 October 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/F6   12 March 1709
Michaell FORSTER, yeoman, of Middridge (Midridge) in the county of Durham, parish of Auckland St Andrew [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F6/1-2   15 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/F8   29 May 1708
Robert FORSTER, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p120-121
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F8/1   13 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/F7   4 September 1708
Richard FOSSTER, yeoman, of Mounck Towne in the parrish of Jarrow and in the countie of Durham [Jarrow, County Durham]; also spelt Forster
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p133
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B139/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/F7/1-2   19 August 1703
will
DPRI/1/1708/G1   20 November 1708
Margarett GARSTELL, widow, of Blackwell in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]; also spelt Garstoll
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1708/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G1/1   15 November 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/G2   2 October 1708
Hugh GARTHRON, of Craine Row in the chappelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]; also spelt Garthorne
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p137
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B153/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G2/1-2   3 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/G2/3-4   21 September 1708
inventory
inventory, with account of debts
DPRI/1/1708/G3   19 May 1708
Robert GIBSON, yeoman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p104-105
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B36/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G3/1-2   25 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/G4   23 August 1708
James GILGORE, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B130/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G4/1-2   20 August 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/G5   1 May 1708
William GOULDSBROUGH, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Goldsbrough
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p102
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B28/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G5/1-2   6 January 1703
will
DPRI/1/1708/G5/3-4   29 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/G6   24 June 1708
John GREANE, of Hartinpool (Hartlepoole) [Hartlepool, County Durham]; also spelt Green, Greene
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B87/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G6/1   27 February 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/G7   26 July 1708
Mary GREEN, widow, of South Sheeles in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p128
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G7/1   5 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/G8   29 April 1708
John GRIMSHAW, gentleman, of town and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p100
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B26/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B27/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G8/1-2   8 August 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/G9   29 April 1708
Henry GROZER, yeoman, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p99-100
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1708/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/G9/1-2   5 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/H1   27 July 1708
Thomas HACKWORTH, smith, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B120/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H1/1-2   19 September 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H2   1 December 1708
Mary HALL, spinster, of Darlington in the county palatine of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B235/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H2/1-2   29 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/H3   1 June 1708
William HARBITLE, of Ingoe in the county of Northumberland, parish of Stamfordham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Harbottle, Harbittle
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p114
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B51/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B52/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H3/1   8 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/H3/2
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, wages, rent and debts
DPRI/1/1708/H3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/H4   1 June 1708
Nicholas HEDLEY, gentleman, of Sunderland in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Hedly
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p115
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H4/1-2   28 October 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/H5   5 June 1708
Ann HENDRY, widow, of Shinkliff (Shinckliffe) in the county of Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Anne
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p117
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H5/1-2   29 May 1699
will
with codicil, 6 October 1700
DPRI/1/1708/H6   16 April 1708
Lancelot HERON, butcher, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B14/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H6/1   16 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H7   23 December 1708
Thomas HERON, master and mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Herron
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B206/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H7/1-2   23 December 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H8   7 September 1708
Thomas HILLS, cordwainer, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p134
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H8/1   28 January 1698
will
DPRI/1/1708/H9   11 March 1709
Elizabeth HODGSHON, widow, of Bladon in the county palatine of Durham [Ryton, County Durham]; also spelt Hodshun, Hodshon
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B251/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H9/1-2   6 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/H9/3   7 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H10   25 October 1708
William HUDSON, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B166/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H10/1-2   17 October 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H11   11 June 1708
Jane HULLOCK, spinster, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p117
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B63/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H11/1-2   9 August 1707
will
will, erroneously endorsed George Hullock
DPRI/1/1708/H12   25 February 1709
James HUMBLE, of parish of Woolsingham in the county of Durham [Wolsingham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1708/B241/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H12/1-2   8 February 1708
will
with codicil, 9 February 1708
DPRI/1/1708/H13   18 March 1709
George HUNTER, miller, of Beamish Mills in the county of Durham, chappelry of Tanfeild [Beamish, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1708/B255/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H13/1   23 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/H14   9 November 1708
James HUNTER, yeoman, of Hurworth upon Tease in the countie palatine of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B182/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H14/1   23 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1708/H14/2-3   1 June 1705
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1708/H15   10 March 1709
William HUTCHINSON, the elder, yeoman, of Trimdon in the county of Durham [Trimdon, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B252/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/H15/1   10 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/J1   8 February 1709
Dorothy JOHNSON, widow, of South Sheilds (Sheeles) in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B260/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B261/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/J1/1-2   6 October 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/J1/3   11 December 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/J2   28 October 1708
Francis JOHNSON, merchant, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B175/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/J2/1   13 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1708/J2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/J3   27 May 1708
Robert JOHNSON, coal-fitter, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p112-113
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B48/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/J3/1-2   17 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/J4   15 November 1708
Jane JOLLEY, widow, of city of Durham in the parish of St Nicholas in the county of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Jolly
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B186/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/J4/1-2   9 July 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/K1
James KILLERBY, of North Sheals [North Shields, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1708/K1/1   21 August 1706
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/L1   31 December 1708
Thomas LAIDMAN, cordwainer, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Loadman, Laydman
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B208/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/L1/1   18 December 1708
renunciation
DPRI/1/1708/L1/2-3   30 December 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/M1   24 August 1708
William MAUDE, woollen-draper, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]; also spelt Mawde
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p130
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/M1/1-2   10 December 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/M2   2 July 1708
George MEANS, weaver, of Woolvestone in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Meanes
will bond, penal sum £36: DPRI/3/1708/B95/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/M2/1-2   23 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/M3   3 May 1708
Francis MOONE, master and mariner, of Munck Wearmouth (Monck Wearemouth) in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Moon
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p102-103
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B30/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/M3/1-2   17 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/M4   4 November 1708
James MOOR, of chappelry of Warden [Warden, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B181/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/M4/1   15 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/M5   18 January 1709
Dorothy MYLOTT, widow, late of Whithall, now of the city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B216/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/M5/1-2   6 May 1706
will
with codicil, 11 October 1706
DPRI/1/1708/N1   21 May 1708
Barbara NICHOLSON, widow, of Birkeclose (Birk Close) in the county of Durham, chappelry of Lamesley [Lamesley, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p109
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B39/-2
DPRI/1/1708/N1/1   2 July 1697
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Hugh Wallas and others v James Wallas
DPRI/1/1708/N1/2
allegation
articles of allegation of James Wallas, nephew of the testator, relating to a cause against William Smith to prove the will
DPRI/1/1708/N2   22 May 1708
Roger NORTON, cordwainer alias shoemaker, cordwainer, shoemaker, of South Street in the suburbs of the city of Durham; Crossgate [Durham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B43/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/N2/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/O1   14 May 1708
Mark ORD, yeoman, of Sedgfeild in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p105-106
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B35/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/O1/1-2   3 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/O1/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/O1/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/O2   10 December 1708
William OSBURNE, cordwainer, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B192/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/O2/1-2   5 October 1708
inventory
inventory, with account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/P1   8 October 1708
Allexander PAREMAN, yeoman, of Blackhouse in the parish of Alstone Moore and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Alexander
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p138
will bond, penal sum £35: DPRI/3/1708/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P1/1   28 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/P1/2   2 October 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/P2   29 April 1708
Thomas PATISON, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Pattison
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p99
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B19/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B20/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P2/1-2   8 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/P2/3   28 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/P3   15 December 1708
Robert PEACOCK, yeoman, of Humleton within the county of Durham, parish of Haughton [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B200/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P3/1-2   9 December 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/P3/3-4   13 December 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/P4   17 June 1708
Simon PEACOCK, gentleman, of Elvett neare the city of Durham (parish of St Oswalds) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p121-122
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P4/1-2   28 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/P5   29 April 1708
Thomasin PEARSON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Thomasine
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p99
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P5/1-2   20 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/P6   25 October 1708
William PEARSON, gentleman, of Wooller in the county of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B167/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P6/1-2   6 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/P7   1 May 1708
Jane PORTER, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durrham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p102
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1708/B29/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P7/1-2   20 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/P7/3   27 April 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/P8   9 June 1708
William POTTS, of Pegsworth (Peggsworth) in the parish of Bothel (Bothall) Northumberland [Bothal, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1708/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/P8/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/R1   23 December 1708
John RACKETT, gentleman, of Framwelgate in the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R1/1-2   29 May 1701
will
DPRI/1/1708/R2   10 June 1708
George RAW, yeoman, of Brunton houses in the county of Northumberland [Gosforth, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p118
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B75/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R2/1   1 January 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/R3   26 July 1708
Elizabeth REAY, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p128
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R3/1-2   27 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/R4   4 June 1708
Thomas REED, tanner, of Framwelgate (Framwellgate) in or neare the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p116
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B59/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R4/1   18 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/R5   10 June 1708
John RICHARDSON, of Scotchwoodx (Schotchwood within the chapplery of St John in Newcastle upon Tine) [Newburn, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R5/1-2   1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/R6   12 October 1708
John RICHARDSON, maltster, gentleman, of Framwelgat (Framwellgate within the chapplery of St Margarets) in or near the citty of Durham [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1708/B204/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R6/1-2   23 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/R7   4 November 1708
Thomas RICHARDSON, yeoman, of the Common Crooke (Oake) in the parish of Shotley and county of Northumberland [Shotley, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R7/1-2   31 March 1707
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1708/R8   2 March 1709
Thomas RICHARDSON, mariner, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B243/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R8/1-2   12 March 1708
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1708/R9   3 April 1708
Thomas RIPPON, yeoman, of Cornsway in the county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p95
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B1/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B2/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R9/1-2   7 May 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/R9/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/R10   3 September 1708
Edward ROBINSON, confectioner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p132
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1708/B137/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R10/1-2   17 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/R11   4 November 1708
John RODDAM, senior, yeoman, of Whitchester in the parish of Haltwhistle and countye of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Rodam, Rodham
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R11/1-2   12 December 1707
will
with codicil, 12 December 1707
DPRI/1/1708/R11/3-4   14 April 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief inventory of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/R12   11 May 1708
Hugh RODDAM, cordwainer, of Silver Street in the city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Rodam, Heugh
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p104
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B32/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/R12/1-2   15 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/R12/3-4   10 May 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S1   30 June 1708
Nicholas SCURFELL, yeoman, of Tofts in the county of Durham (Ellwick) [Elwick Hall, County Durham]; also spelt Scurfield
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B92/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B93/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S1/1-2   11 January 1705
will
DPRI/1/1708/S1/3   30 June 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S2   9 June 1708
Robert SELBY, of Yardhill in the chappelry of Doddington [Doddington, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S2/1-2   19 May 1708
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S3   14 July 1708
William SELBY, gentleman, of Berwick [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B112/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S3/1-2   3 July 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S4   14 December 1708
Richard SHEPPARD, of town and couty of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S4/1-2   22 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1708/S5   29 January 1709
Edward SIMPSON, yeoman, of West Auckland in the county of Durham [West Auckland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B225/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S5/1-2   12 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/S6   16 November 1708
William SIMPSON, miller, of in or nigh South Street in the county of Durham, chappelry of Durham St Margaret [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B187/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S6/1-2   23 October 1708
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1708/S6/3-4   3 November 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and rent
DPRI/1/1708/S7   21 May 1708
George SMITH, yeoman, of Sedgefeild in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p110
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S7/1-2   8 March 1707
will
with codicil, 8 March 1707
DPRI/1/1708/S7/3
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S8   1 June 1708
William SMITH, of the Lee in the parish of Bywell St Andrew [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p114
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S8/1   12 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/S8/2-3   16 February 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S9   18 January 1709
Jane SNAWDON, yeoman, of the Shawes in the parrish of Haltwhistle (Haltwesle) and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1708/B212/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S9/1   30 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/S9/2-3   11 December 1708
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S19   8 October 1708
Anne SOTHERN, widow, of Westoe in the county of Durham, parish of Jarrow [Westoe, County Durham]; also spelt Sutherin, Southerine, Sotheron
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p139
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B158/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S19/1-2   20 October 1693
will
DPRI/1/1708/S10   17 August 1708
John SOUTHERN, cooper, of towne and county of NewCawstle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Southerne, Southeran
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p129
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B128/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S10/1-2   10 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/S10/3   20 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S11   20 April 1708
Elizabeth SOWERBY, widow, of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p106
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1708/B33/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S11/1-2   17 June 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/S11/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/S12   9 June 1708
John SPROUNSTON, yeoman, of great Bauington in the county of Northumberland [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]; also spelt Sprunston. Died 13 February 1708
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p118-119
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B71/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S12/1   22 March 1707
will
with codicil, undated
DPRI/1/1708/S12/2
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral charges, rent, tithes, wages and legacies; endorsed with direction to Mr Rowell at Durham
DPRI/1/1708/S12/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/S13   24 August 1708
Thomas STAPLETON, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Stappleton
administration bond, penal sum £35: DPRI/3/1708/B131/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S13/1   23 August 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S14   26 July 1708
Ann STENTON, spinster, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p127-128
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S14/1-2   8 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/S14/3   26 July 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S15   24 June 1708
Anthony STEVENSON, mariner, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1708/B86/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S15/1   24 June 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S16   28 October 1708
John STOKOE, cordwainer, of Castle-garth within the town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B174/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S16/1-2   28 October 1708
inventory
inventory, exhibited Edward Huntley and his wife Mary Huntley, the relict of the testator
DPRI/1/1708/S17   16 December 1708
Arthur STROTHER, of Billton Banks, parish of Lesbury [Lesbury, Northumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B201/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B202/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S17/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/S18   27 April 1708
Robert SURETESS, gentleman, of Stoxfeild in the county of Northumberland, parish of Bywell St Peter [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]; also spelt Suretees, Sureties
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B17/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/S18/1-2   4 August 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/T1   26 May 1708
John TALLENTIRE, curate of Slaley, clerk, of Slealey (Slealy) in the county of Northumberland [Slaley, Northumberland]; also spelt Tallentyre
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p112
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B46/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T1/1-2   9 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/T1/3   26 January 1708
inventory
inventory, with account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/T2   4 September 1708
George TAYLOR, yeoman, of Westerstobell (Wester Stobbellee) in the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Tayler
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p133-134
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B140/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T2/1-2   21 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/T3   15 April 1708
Robart TAYLOR, yeoman, of Ravensworth in the county of Durham; Louselaw in the parish of Lamisley [Lamesley, County Durham]; also spelt Robert, Tayler
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p97
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B9/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T3/1-2   24 November 1704
will
DPRI/1/1708/T4   25 August 1708
John TEASDALL, yeoman, of Blagill in Alstonmoore in the county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Teasdell, Teasdaile
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p131
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B133/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T4/1-2   15 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/T4/3   19 August 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1708/T5   1 June 1708
Richard THOMPSON, yeoman, of Landends in the county of Northumberland, chappelry of Haydon [Haydon Bridge, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p114-115
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B55/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T5/1-2   21 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/T5/3   8 November 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/T5/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1708/T6   29 April 1708
Thomas THOMPSON, cooper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p98-99
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B23/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T6/1   27 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/T7   17 January 1709
William THOMPSON, of Whickham [Whickham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T7/1
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/T8   8 May 1708
Ann THWAYTS, widow, of Great Kello alias Town Kello in the county of Durham [Kelloe, County Durham]; also spelt Anne, Thwaits, Thwaitesr
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p103-104
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B31/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T8/1-2   2 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1708/T9   7 June 1708
Thomas TODD, ferryman, of Cornhill (Cornehill) boathouse in the county of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1708/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T9/1-2   13 November 1707
inventory
inventory, endorsed with direction to Peter Burrell, Register at Durham
DPRI/1/1708/T10   26 June 1708
William TWEDDELL, yeoman, of North Biddick Wood house in the county of Durham; Biddickhaugh in the parish of Washington [Washington, County Durham]; also spelt Tweddall, Twadell
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/T10/1   9 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/T10/2   25 June 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/V1   13 October 1708
Ralph VAZIE, of Lowbyar in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p140
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B159/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/V1/1-2   2 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/V1/3   22 August 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and rent
DPRI/1/1708/W1   4 June 1708
Ralph WALLASS, of Eshgill in the chappelry of Garragill and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Wallasse
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p116-117
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W1/1-2   24 May 1707
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1708/W1/3   13 August 1707
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1708/W2   13 October 1708
John WALTON, yeoman, of Annat (Annatt) Walls in the parish of Aldston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p139
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B160/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W2/1   12 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/W2/2   23 August 1708
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/W3   26 October 1708
William WARDHAUGH, yeoman, of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland [Longhoughton, Northumberland]. Died 7 October 1708
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B168/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W3/1-2   13 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/W3/3-4   18 October 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/W4   15 December 1708
John WATSON, yeoman, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B205/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B242/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W4/1-2   21 August 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/W4/3   16 December 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/W5   4 June 1708
Robert WATSON, burgess, of Barwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p111-112
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B64/1-2
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1708/B65/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W5/1-2   27 November 1707
copy will
copy will, with memoranda certifying its validity and relating that the original will was delivered to Thomas Balderson, son-in-law and one of the executors of the testator, 7 June 1708
DPRI/1/1708/W5/3-4   4 June 1708
bond to redeliver the original will
bond to redeliver the original will; endorsed with direction to Mr Robertson, vicar of Berwick
DPRI/1/1708/W6   16 February 1709
Robert WATSON, yeoman, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]. Died 18 December 1708
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B239/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W6/1-2   17 December 1708
will
will, with memorandum of John Porrett, who drew up the will, certifying its validity
DPRI/1/1708/W6/3   22 January 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/W7   14 February 1709
Thomas WATSON, of Annat Walls in the parish of Alston county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B236/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1708/B236/3
DPRI/1/1708/W7/1-2   10 February 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1708/W8   31 December 1708
Clement WILKINSON, draper, tailor, of Crosgate in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1708/B207/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W8/1   3 December 1702
will
DPRI/1/1708/W9   16 April 1708
Cuthbert WILKINSON, yeoman, of (Hemblehill in the) Brancepeth-East-Parke in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p97-98
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1708/B12/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W9/1-2   20 February 1702
will
DPRI/1/1708/W10   18 March 1709
George WILKINSON, tallow-chandler, of Silver Street in or near the city of Durham (parish of St Nicholas) [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1708/B253/3-4
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1708/B254/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W10/1-2   11 December 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/W10/3-4   18 March 1709
renunciation
renunciation, of three of the five nominated executors
DPRI/1/1708/W11   4 February 1709
Richard WILKINSON, of Newsham, parish of Eggscliffe (Egslcliffe) [Egglescliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Wilkisson
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B227/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W11/1   18 December 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/W12   21 May 1708
Thomas WILKINSON, anchor-smith, of South Sheeles in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p110-111
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1708/B40/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W12/1-2   5 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/W13   7 March 1709
William WILKINSON, yeoman, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B249/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W13/1-2   25 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/W13/3   4 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/W14   4 October 1708
John WILSON, yeoman, of Tranwell in the county of Northumberland, parish of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p137-138
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B155/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W14/1   24 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1708/W15   17 July 1708
Mary WOOD, widow, of Cleadon in the county of Durham, parish of Whitburne [Cleadon, County Durham]
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p127
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/W15/1   18 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/Y1   10 April 1708
Thomas YALLOWLEY, of Cockerton in the county of Durham [Cockerton, County Durham]; also spelt Yallowly
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p96-97
will bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1708/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y1/1-2   13 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1708/Y2   12 March 1709
William YEALOWLEY, saddler, of Alnwicke in the county of Northumberland [Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Yellowley, Yellowly
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1708/B250/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y2/1   22 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1708/Y3   23 April 1708
James YOUNG, of Yardhill (Yeardill), chappelry of Doddington [Doddington, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1708/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y3/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1708/Y4   7 December 1708
John YOUNG, gentleman, of Rift Hall in the county of Durham, parish of Petington [Pittington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1708/B191/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y4/1-2   29 March 1705
will
will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 3 Apr 1712 Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Thomas Simpson and others v Arthur Young and others
DPRI/1/1708/Y5   26 January 1709
Richard YOUNG, house-carpenter, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1708/B223/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y5/1-2   7 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1708/Y6   10 May 170822 March 1715
Robart YOUNG, yeoman, of Wolveston in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Robert, Younge
Registered copy: DPRI/2/10 p106-109
will bond, penal sum £1,200: DPRI/3/1708/B34/1-2
election of guardian: DPRI/3/1714/B238/3-4
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1714/B238/1-2
DPRI/1/1708/Y6/1   9 November 1705
will
DPRI/1/1708/Y6/2   10 May 1708
inventory
Wills etc proved 1709
Reference: DPRI/1/1709
DPRI/1/1709/A1   10 June 1709
Elianor ALLAN, widow, of town and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellianor
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B59
DPRI/1/1709/A1/1-2   22 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/A2   1 November 1709
John ALNWICKE, town and parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland, Alnewick in the county of Northumberland [Shilbottle, Northumberland; Alnwick, Northumberland]; also spelt Alnewick
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B142
DPRI/1/1709/A2/1-2   30 September 1706
will
with inventory of debts, 30 September 1706
will, with inventory of debts due to the testator (same date)
DPRI/1/1709/A3   12 September 1709
John ANDERSON, miller, of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland [Netherwitton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1709/B116
DPRI/1/1709/A3/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/A4   23 July 1709
Edward ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Payerhaugh (Paper haugh), parish of Rothbury [Rothbury, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1709/B95
DPRI/1/1709/A4/1   10 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1709/A4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/A5   6 June 1709
John ATCHESON, yeoman, of Fenham in the county palintine of Durham in the parish of Holly Island [Holy Island, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B69
DPRI/1/1709/A5/1-2   2 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/A6   1 July 1709
Thomas ATKINSON, blacksmith, of the barony of Elvett in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1709/B80/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/A6/1-2   24 July 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/A7   23 February 1710
Thomas ATKINSON, yeoman, of South Sheels in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B206
DPRI/1/1709/A7/1-2   24 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/A8   20 March 1710
John AUGHTON, yeoman, of Eighton Banks in the parish of Lamesly an county of Durham [Eighton Banks, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B223
DPRI/1/1709/A8/1   16 March 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/B1   14 February 1710
Henry BAGSHAW, D.D., prebendary of Durham cathedral, rector of Houghton in the Spring, clerk, of Houghton in the Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B193
DPRI/1/1709/B1/1-3   10 November 1708
copy will
with copy codicil, 20 December 1709
DPRI/1/1709/B1/4-5   14 February 1710
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1709/B2   9 June 1709
George BARROW, of Morraley in the parrish of Netherwarden [Warden, Northumberland]; also spelt Borrow
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B57
DPRI/1/1709/B2/1-2   21 March 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
DPRI/1/1709/B3   16 November 1709
James BATEMAN, of Nent head in Aldston-moor and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1709/B152
DPRI/1/1709/B3/1-2   7 March 1706
will
will, endorsed erroneously Ellenor Bateman
DPRI/1/1709/B3/3-4   17 September 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/B3/5-6   11 June 1709
renunciation
DPRI/1/1709/B4   28 July 1709
John BATTY, draper, tailor, of city of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Baty
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B97
DPRI/1/1709/B4/1-2   5 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/B5   13 December 1709
Thomas BOLLAM, yeoman, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury and county of Northumberland [Rothbury, Northumberland]; also spelt Bolam
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B167
DPRI/1/1709/B5/1-2   12 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/B6   12 April 1709
John BROWN, of the Broad Glasshouses, Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Browne
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/B6/1-2   9 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/B7   4 February 1710
Martin BROWNE, of Sunderland by the Bridge (Sunderland Briggs) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B188
DPRI/1/1709/B7/1-2   1 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/B8   8 March 1710
Ricjard BUCK, yeoman, of Ruknold (Ricknell) grainge in the county of Durham [Aycliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Richard
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B217
DPRI/1/1709/B8/1-2   5 September 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/B9   23 February 1710
George BULLMAN, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Bulman
Inventory includes a long list of Bullman's debtors
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B201
DPRI/1/1709/B9/1   25 January 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/B9/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/B10   2 December 1708
James BURN, of Gavsid (Govesyde) in the parish of noram (Norham) in the county pallintine of Dorhan [Norham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200 with letter, undated: DPRI/3/1709/B90/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/B10/1-2   29 October 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/B11   27 October 1709
Peter BURRELL, notary public, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
Will is witnessed by Cuthbert Burrell and Peter Burrell junior, notary public. Testator was a Register at Durham
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B128
DPRI/1/1709/B11/1-2   3 May 1706
will
DPRI/1/1709/B11/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/C1   4 July 1709
Nicholas CASSAP, of South Shields (South Seeles) in the county of Durham; parish of Jarrow (Jarroe) [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Cassop
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B84/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B84/3
DPRI/1/1709/C1/1-2   2 July 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/C2   7 June 1709
William CHATTOE, merchant, of Wooller in the county of Northumberland [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Chatto
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B64
DPRI/1/1709/C2/1-2   25 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/C2/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/C3   23 February 1710
Robert CHILTON, gentleman, of Houghton in the Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B210
DPRI/1/1709/C3/1-2   23 August 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/C3/3-4   21 August 1709
codicil
DPRI/1/1709/C4   28 October 1709
Roger COATES, mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B132
DPRI/1/1709/C4/1   28 October 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/C5   24 March 1710
Thomas COATES, yeoman, of Woodhall in the county of Northumberland [Warden, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B225
DPRI/1/1709/C5/1   9 March 1710
inventory
with renunciation, 23 March 1710
inventory, with 23 Mar 1710 proxy of Margarett Coates, relict of Thomas Coates, nominating her sons Thomas and Edward Coates to take out administration
DPRI/1/1709/C6   14 June 1709
Anne CORKER, widow, of Newton-Bewley in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Corkar
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B72
DPRI/1/1709/C6/1-2   9 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/C6/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/C7   12 December 1709
Jane CRAWFOOTT, widow, of North Sheilds in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Crawfoot, Crawford
will bond, penal sum £4: DPRI/3/1709/B166
DPRI/1/1709/C7/1-2   12 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/C8   14 December 1709
Thomas CRAWFORTH, gentleman, of Whickham in the county palatine of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B233/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/C8/1   28 February 1693
will
DPRI/1/1709/C8/2-3   4 November 1709
renunciation
DPRI/1/1709/C9   1 June 1709
Geogre CURREY, cordwainer alias shoemaker, cordwainer, shoemaker, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B49/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/C9/1-2   27 February 1705
will
DPRI/1/1709/C10   4 June 1709
John CURRY, of Bishop Auckland [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1709/B47/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/C10/1-2   3 June 1709
inventory
inventory, including 'a third part of the household goods and chattells which belonged to Hosea Bradforth' (see DPRI/1/1700/B11/1)
DPRI/1/1709/D1   5 December 1709
Samuel DAKIN, shipwright, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B168
DPRI/1/1709/D1/1-2   6 February 1706
will
DPRI/1/1709/D2   22 September 1709
Thomas DAVISON, of Whalton in the county of Northumberland; parish of Morpeth [Whalton, Northumberland; Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B133
DPRI/1/1709/D2/1-2   15 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/D2/3-4   9 May 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1709/D3   7 November 1709
William DINING, yeoman, of Gunnerton in the parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland [Chollerton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B147
DPRI/1/1709/D3/1   3 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/D3/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/D4   4 June 1709
Adam DIXON, yeoman, of the Hill in the parrish of Knarsdale (Knaresdaile) and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B43/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/D4/1-2   10 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/D4/3-4   1 June 1709
copy inventory
copy inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/D5   2 November 1709
Lyonell DIXON, yeoman, of Throple in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Lionel
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B145
DPRI/1/1709/D5/1-2   3 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/D5/3-4   14 March 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts, funeral expenses and wages
DPRI/1/1709/D6   9 November 1709
Elizabeth DOBINSON, widow, of Crossegate (Crosgate) in or neare the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B131
DPRI/1/1709/D6/1-2   18 December 1708
will
will, endorsed 'To her very Good Friends William Wilkinson esquire, Mr Henry Wrangham, and Mr Nicholas Knaggs, the enclosed is committed'; these are the trustees nominated in the will
DPRI/1/1709/D7   10 June 1709
Dorothy DUN, widow, of Stella in the Bishopbridge of Durham [Stella, County Durham]; also spelt Don, Dunn
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B55/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/D7/1-2   9 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/D9   8 November 1709
Richard DUN, mariner, of Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Dunn
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1709/B149
DPRI/1/1709/D9/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/D8   7 November 1709
Edward DUNN, of Westmatfin in the parish of Stamforham [Stamfordham, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B148
DPRI/1/1709/D8/1-2   4 November 1709
inventory
inventory, with account of debts, wages and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1709/D10   14 July 1709
Richard DUNN, blacksmith, of South Shields (Sheeles) West Pans in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Dun
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B88
DPRI/1/1709/D10/1-2   2 December 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/E1   8 June 1709
Thomas ELLISON, of Hartlepoole [Hartlepool, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B74/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/E1/1   6 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/E2   11 April 1709
Christopher ELLWOOD, yeoman, of double dikes in the parrish of haltwhistle (Haltwesle) and county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellett
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B20/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B20/3
DPRI/1/1709/E2/1   30 October 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/E2/2-3   29 January 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/E3   23 September 1709
John EMMERSON, yeoman, of Loning (Loaneing) in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]; also spelt Emerson
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B124
DPRI/1/1709/E3/1-4   17 August 1708
will
with inventory, 17 September 1709
will and inventory (17 Sep 1709), with brief account of debts, rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/E4   23 February 1710
John EMMERSON, felt-maker, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Emerson
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1709/B205
DPRI/1/1709/E4/1   1 February 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/E4/2   8 February 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F1   10 December 1709
Thomas FENWICK, gentleman, of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B165
DPRI/1/1709/F1/1-2   5 December 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F2   2 September 1709
Ralph FINCH, yeoman, of Wolviston (Wolveston) in the county of Durham, parish of Billingham [Wolviston, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B115/1
DPRI/1/1709/F2/1   24 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/F2/2
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F3   10 March 1710
Thomas FLETHAM, mariner, of Stockton upon Tease in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Fleatham
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B232/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/F3/1-2   3 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/F3/3   22 March 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F4   7 June 1709
Ann FORSTER, widow, of Low Angerton in the parish of Hartburn (Hartburne) in the county of Northumberland [Hartburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B71
DPRI/1/1709/F4/1-2   22 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/F6   7 June 1709
John FORSTER, gentleman, of Rugley in the county of Northumberland, parish of Alnwicke [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B65
DPRI/1/1709/F6/1-2   2 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/F6/3-4   30 May 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F7   2 May 1709
Samuel FORSTER, carpenter, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1709/B25/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/F7/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F5   16 December 1709
George FOSTER, yeoman, of Winterick (Wintrick) in the county of Northumberland [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Forster
will bond, penal sum £320: DPRI/3/1709/B174
DPRI/1/1709/F5/1-2   25 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/F5/3   28 October 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/F8   4 March 1710
Thomas FOSTER, of Shinklife (Shinckcliffe) in the county of Durham [Shincliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Forster
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B214
DPRI/1/1709/F8/1-2   16 April 1709
will
will, endorsed: (1) 'I lent Forsters daughter 17s 5 and more - J Walker'; (2) 'Ellen is married to Mathew Storey' (daughter of testator); (3) 'Mr Twine to write to Mr Lowcocke'
DPRI/1/1709/F9   23 February 1710
Joshua FRENCH, senior, yeoman, of parrish of Lamesly and county of Durham [Lamesley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B200
DPRI/1/1709/F9/1-2   15 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/G1   3 September 1709
Roger GARNER, of Whitengham in the countey of Northumberland; Shiply (Shipley) in the parish of Ecklingham [Whittingham, Northumberland; Eglingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B125
DPRI/1/1709/G1/1-2   26 March 1705
will
DPRI/1/1709/G2   4 July 1709
William GEARS, shoemaker, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Geares
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B85/2
DPRI/1/1709/G2/1   11 April 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/G2/2   4 July 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/G3   30 April 1709
Robert GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Ryhope in the county of Durham [Ryhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B23/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/G3/1-2   25 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/G4   18 March 1710
George GRAHAM, yeoman, of Littleburne in the county of Durham [Brancepeth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B222
DPRI/1/1709/G4/1-2   9 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/G5   2 September 1709
Ann GRAY, relict of Robert Gray of the city of Durham, alderman, widow, of Clapeth in the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Anne, Grey
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B111
DPRI/1/1709/G5/1   29 June 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/G6   2 July 1709
Peter GREENWELL, yeoman, of Broomsheeles in the county of Durham and parish of Lenchester [Lanchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/G6/1   14 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/G6/2-3   29 May 1709
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/G7   9 August 1709
Henry GUY, vicar of Corbridge, clerk, of Corbridge [Corbridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1709/B102
DPRI/1/1709/G7/1-2   24 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H1   5 April 1709
William HAGGERSTON, gentleman, of county palatine of Durham, parish of Holy Island [Holy Island, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B11/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/H1/1-2   21 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H2   6 August 1709
Alexander HALL, yeoman, of Pelton in the county of Durham, parish of Chester le Street [Pelton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B107
DPRI/1/1709/H2/1   6 August 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H2/2-3   17 August 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/H3   7 May 1709
Cuthbert HALL, yeoman, of high Hart hopeburn in the parish of Stanhope in Weardale (Wearedaile) and county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B30/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B31/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/H3/1-2   4 April 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/H4   8 June 1709
William HALL, gentleman, of Tofthouse in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Elsden) [Elsdon, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B63
DPRI/1/1709/H4/1-2   6 June 1709
inventory
inventory, appraised at the Berriness and Toftbarn
DPRI/1/1709/H5   9 August 1709
Roger HARRABIN, gentleman, of the Charter house, parish of Eggscliffe [Egglescliffe, County Durham]; also spelt Harbin
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B100
DPRI/1/1709/H5/1-2   3 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/H6   21 January 1710
John HAZZARD, flax-dresser, of Stockton in the County of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]; also spelt Hazard
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B184
DPRI/1/1709/H6/1   23 January 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/H7   31 October 1709
John HENDERSON, yeoman, of Elford in the parish of Bambrough (Balmebrough) and county of Northumberland [Bamburgh, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B136
DPRI/1/1709/H7/1   30 April 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H8   1 December 170926 June 171911 December 172215 November 1748
Dorothy HILTON, widow, of Hilton Castle in the county of Durham [Monkwearmouth, County Durham]
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B164
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1719/B84/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1722/B220
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1748/A42/1
DPRI/1/1709/H8/1   3 August 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H9   26 May 1709
Edward HINCKS, apothecary, of Hall Garth Street nigh the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B38/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/H9/1   26 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H10   28 February 1710
William HIXON, of Mordon, parish of Sedgfeild in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B213
DPRI/1/1709/H10/1-2   21 December 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H10/3   23 February 1710
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/H11   11 June 1709
Elizabeth HODGSHON, of Redworth in the county of Durham, parish of Heighington [Heighington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1709/B48/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/H11/1-2   23 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H12   5 January 1710
John HORNSBY, yeoman, of Bemish in the county of Durham [Beamish, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1709/B182
DPRI/1/1709/H12/1   17 December 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H13   23 February 1710
Jane HUME, alias Martin, widow, of cyty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B231/1-
DPRI/1/1709/H13/1   20 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H13/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/H14   22 July 1709
William HUNTLEY, cooper, of Sunderland nigh the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1709/B93
DPRI/1/1709/H14/1-2   22 October 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H15   23 February 1710
Robert HUTCHINSON, joiner, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B208
DPRI/1/1709/H15/1-2   21 February 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/H16   4 July 1709
Thomas HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Shacklock Hall at or neer the city of Durham of Durham in the county of Durham [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B83/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/H16/1-2   11 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/H16/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/H17   23 February 1710
Thomas HUTCHINSON, tailor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B207
DPRI/1/1709/H17/1   23 February 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/H18   18 July 1709
Thomas HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Whitburn (Whitburne) in the county of Durham [Whitburn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B91
DPRI/1/1709/H18/1-2   8 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/H18/3-4   18 July 1709
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/J1   26 March 1709
James JACKSON, gentleman, of Greatham in the county of Durham [Greatham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,200: DPRI/3/1709/B5/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/J1/1-2   19 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/J1/3   26 March 1709
inventory, actual total £636
DPRI/1/1709/J2   13 August 1709
Thomas JACKSON, saddler, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B108/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/J2/1   12 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/J2/2-3   13 August 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/J3   14 February 1710
John JAQUES, mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B192
DPRI/1/1709/J3/1-2   21 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1709/J3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/J4   20 February 1710
David JOHNSON, esquire, of Old Elvett in the city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B211
DPRI/1/1709/J4/1-2   31 March 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/L1   7 July 1709
Alexander LAWES, last-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Laws
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B87
DPRI/1/1709/L1/1-2   11 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/L2   14 January 1710
Jane LEVERS, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Levars
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B179
DPRI/1/1709/L2/1-2   2 September 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/L3   29 November 1709
William LIGHTTON, yeoman, of Medumsley (Meddomsley) in the county of Durham [Medomsley, County Durham]; also spelt Leighton
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B159
DPRI/1/1709/L3/1-2   12 November 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/L4   4 June 1709
Cassandra LINDLEY, relict of William Booth of Laneham in the county of Nottingham gentleman, widow, of citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham; Laneham, Nottinghamshire]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B46/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/L4/1-2   15 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/L5   16 December 1709
Katherine LITTLEFAIRE, widow, of Seaton-Carew in the county of Durham [Seaton Carew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B197
DPRI/1/1709/L5/1-2   18 November 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/L6   3 February 1710
George LODGE, gentleman, of Cockerton in the county palatine of Durham [Cockerton, County Durham]
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B189/2
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B189/1
DPRI/1/1709/L6/1-2   11 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/L6/3-4   27 January 1710
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/L7   25 June 1709
Simon LODGE, yeoman, of Wackerfeild in the countie of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/L7/1   4 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/L7/2-3   10 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/L8   24 May 1709
Bartholomew LONSDALE, yeoman, of Bernard-Castle in the county of Durham [Barnard Castle, County Durham]; also spelt Lonesdaile, Loanesdaile
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B50/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/L8/1   13 March 1696
will
DPRI/1/1709/L9   20 February 1710
Lanclet LOWTHER, of Gillygate [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Lancelot
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1709/B199
DPRI/1/1709/L9/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/M1   29 May 1709
John MADDESON, tanner, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Maddison
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/M1/1-2   23 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/M2   30 April 1709
Robert MATTHEW, yeoman, of Est Bowldon (Bolden) in the county of Durham [East Boldon, County Durham]; also spelt Mathew
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B24/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/M2/1-2   30 January 1608
will
dated: 30 Jan 1608 [?recte 1708]
DPRI/1/1709/M3   31 October 1709
John MILL, yeoman, of Cornhill (Cornehill) in the county of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]; also spelt Mills
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B135
DPRI/1/1709/M3/1-2   16 June 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/M3/3-4   29 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/M4   10 June 1709
Jane MORTON, widow, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/M4/1   14 August 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/M4/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/N1   8 June 1709
George NEWTON, yeoman, of West Whelpington in the parish of Whlepington and county of Northumberland [Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland]. Died 16 October 1708
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B58
DPRI/1/1709/N1/1-2   8 May 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/N2   17 September 1709
Martin NICHOLSON, of Willington in the county of Durham [Willington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B120
DPRI/1/1709/N2/1-2   22 July 1703
will
DPRI/1/1709/N2/3-4   25 January 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/O1   25 January 1710
Gilbert ORD, gentleman, of Holy Island [Holy Island, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B195
DPRI/1/1709/O1/1-2   12 December 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/O1/3-4   19 September 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral charges and debts
DPRI/1/1709/O2   31 October 1709
Thomas ORD, gentleman, of Norham, in the county of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Orde
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B140
DPRI/1/1709/O2/1-2   16 January 1704
will
DPRI/1/1709/O2/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/P1   12 January 1710
Mary PAICE, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B178
DPRI/1/1709/P1/1-2   23 August 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/P2   4 April 170911 November 1713
John PALFREY, of Lyham in the county of Northumberland, parish of Chatton [Chatton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £70: DPRI/3/1709/B8/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1713/B119/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/P2/1-2   26 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/P3   29 March 1709
Samuell PATTISON, boat-wright, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]; also spelt Samuel, Pattinson
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B1/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/P3/1-2   8 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/P3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/P4   18 January 1710
Barbary PAXTON, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B180
DPRI/1/1709/P4/1-2   3 November 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/P4/3-4   14 January 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/P5   21 June 1709
George PEACOCK, carriage-man, of Stockton in the county of Durham [Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1709/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/P5/1   21 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/P6   12 August 1709
Thomas PEARSON, gentleman, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B112/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B112/3
DPRI/1/1709/P6/1-2   27 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/P7   14 May 1709
George PERKIN, gentleman, of Coundon in the county of Durham [Coundon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/P7/1-2   29 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/P8   1 February 1710
Richard POTTER, yeoman, of Farle in the county of Northumberland, in the parish of Bywell [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]; also spelt Poter
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B187
DPRI/1/1709/P8/1-2   30 January 1710
renunciation
DPRI/1/1709/P8/3-4   26 January 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/P9   26 March 1709
John PRATT, alderman, alderman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweede [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £170: DPRI/3/1709/B7/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/P9/1-2   4 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1709/P9/3   9 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/R1   11 February 1710
William RAINE, yeoman, of Westerton in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B191
DPRI/1/1709/R1/1-2   2 December 1704
will
DPRI/1/1709/R2   28 April 17091 March 1715
Edward REED, yeoman, of Laniportt in the parish of halltwestle in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B75/1-2
will bond with , penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1714/B220/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/R2/1   21 April 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/R3   31 October 1709
Gilbert REED, gentleman, of Craister in the county of Northumberland; Hethpooll in the parish of Kirke Newton in the county of Northumberland [Embleton, Northumberland; Kirknewton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B137
DPRI/1/1709/R3/1-2   3 July 1693
will
DPRI/1/1709/R3/3-4   27 October 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/R4   28 June 1709
Margery RICHARDSON, maltster, widow, of Framwelgate in the citty of Durham (chapplery of St Margarets in Durham) [Durham St Margaret, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B79
DPRI/1/1709/R4/1-2   1 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/R5   8 July 1709
Thomas RICHARDSON, glazier, of South Sheilds (Sheeles) in the county of Durham, parish of Jarrow [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B86/1
DPRI/1/1709/R5/1-2   16 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/R6
William RICHARDSON, burgess, of burrough of Barwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1709/R6/1-2   8 August 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/R7   6 August 1709
Peter RIPPON, weaver, of Wellfield (Welfeild) in the county of Durham, in the parish of Witton-Gilbert [Witton Gilbert, County Durham]; also spelt Roppon
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1709/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/R7/1-2   6 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/R7/3-4   6 August 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/R8   25 May 1709
Thomas ROBINSON, weaver, of Cockerton in the county palatine of Durham [Cockerton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1709/B37/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/R8/1-2   9 September 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/R8/3-4   13 May 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/R9   30 April 1709
William ROBSON, yeoman, of Whickham Westfell (Fellside) in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B22/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/R9/1-2   5 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/R10   29 March 1709
Jane ROCHESTER, widow, of Swallwell in the county of Durham (in the parish of Whickam) [Swalwell, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B2/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/R10/1   13 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/R11   18 January 1710
John ROGERS, esquire, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B181
DPRI/1/1709/R11/1-2   14 November 1698
will
with codicil, 15 February 1705
with codicil, 4 November 1709
DPRI/1/1709/S1   24 March 1710
Anthony SALVIN, the elder, esquire, of New Elvett in the city of Durham (parish of St Oswalds) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1709/B230/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S1/1-2   3 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/S1/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/S2   5 July 1709
Ralph SCOTT, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B86/2
DPRI/1/1709/S2/1-2   7 July 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S3   22 September 17091 October 1711
Charles SELBY, esquire, of Bittleston in the county of Northumberland [Alwinton, Northumberland]
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B190/3
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1709/B190/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1711/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S3/1   10 September 1707
copy will
copy will, endorsed with incomplete memorandum relating to Chancery case: Walter Selby, Simon Thomas Scroope and ... (see DPRI/1/1709/S3/2-3)
DPRI/1/1709/S3/2-3   17 November 1709
bond to redeliver the original will
bond to redeliver the original will, endorsed with memorandum relating to 7 Oct 1829 Chancery case in which the bond was exhibited and a witness was deposed: (1) Walter Selby, Simon Thomas Scroope and Thomas Meynell v James Old (since deceased), Robert Wealhans, Thomas Joseph Smith, Thomas Forster and Robert Mason; (2) Walter Selby, Simon Thomas Scroope and Thomas Meynell v Robert Wealhans, John Old and Henry Dodds (since deceased)
DPRI/1/1709/S4   16 February 1710
William SELBY, gentleman, of Beal in Kiloe parish in the county pallatine of Durham [Kyloe, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1709/B196
DPRI/1/1709/S4/1-2   10 November 1709
will
will, unsigned and undated, subscribed with memorandum validating the will
DPRI/1/1709/S4/3-4   11 February 1710
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S5   23 March 1710
Allexander SELBY, gentleman, of Ellilaw in the county of Northumberland [Felton, Northumberland]; also spelt Alexander, Selbye
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B229/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S5/1-2   28 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/S6   10 September 1709
Robert SHADFORD, yeoman, of Cold Haselton (hesleton) in the county of Durham [Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B115/2
DPRI/1/1709/S6/1   19 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/S6/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/S7   11 May 1709
Thomas SHAFTO, gentleman, of Elvett in the county of Durham (parish of St Oswald) [Durham St Oswald, County Durham]; also spelt Shaftoe
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B32/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S7/1-2   16 April 1709
will
will, endorsed with: (1) memorandum relating to 7 Oct 1718 Westminster Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Robert Bayliffe and others v Gilbert Spearman esquire; (2) memorandum relating to 2 June 1727 Westminster Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and the same witness to the will was deposed: William Roper gentleman v Gilbert Spearman esquire; (3) 28 July 1766 memorandum certifying the authenticity of the signature of (the above) witness
DPRI/1/1709/S7/3-4   25 October 1718
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1709/S8   11 March 1710
Leah SHAW, relict of John Shaw of Newcastle upon Tyne, cordwainer, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B218
curation bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B219
DPRI/1/1709/S8/1-2   3 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/S9   30 August 1709
William SHAW, gentleman, of Pittington in the county of Durham [Pittington, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1709/B109
will bond, penal sum £4,000: DPRI/3/1709/B110
DPRI/1/1709/S9/1-2   3 June 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/S9/3-4   17 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S10   28 May 1709
Elizabeth SICKERWHAM, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Sickeram
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B42/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S10/1-2   18 August 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/S11   15 December 170914 May 1720
Ann SMITH, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Anne
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B171
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1720/B28
DPRI/1/1709/S11/1-2   22 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/S12   3 September 1709
Lanclot SMITH, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth (Wearemouth) in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Lancelot
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B113
DPRI/1/1709/S12/1-2   15 January 1706
will
DPRI/1/1709/S13   3 September 1709
Ralph SMITH, the elder, blacksmith, of Sedgfeild in the countie of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Rafe
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B112
DPRI/1/1709/S13/1-2   2 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1709/S13/3-4
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S14   11 July 1709
Robert SMITH, of Fishburne (in the parish of Sedgefeild) [Fishburn, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B51/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S14/1-2   10 June 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses, rent and debts
DPRI/1/1709/S15   12 April 1709
William SMITH, gentleman, of Cheswick in the county palatine of Durham, chappelry of Ancroft [Ancroft, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1709/B17/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S15/1   16 February 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S17   6 June 1709
William STAWART, yeoman, of Ancroft in the county pallatine of Durham [Ancroft, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B70/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S17/1   20 March 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/S17/2   3 June 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S16   31 October 1709
Thomas STAWERT, the elder, yeoman, of Doddington in the county of Northumberland [Doddington, Northumberland]; also spelt Stawart
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1709/B139
DPRI/1/1709/S16/1-2   4 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/S18   2 April 1709
George STEPHENSON, of Chester le Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B6/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S18/1   30 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/S19   19 August 1709
Robert STOKER, staithman, of Team Steaths (Teame Stethes) in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham [Whickham, County Durham]; also spelt Stokoe, Stokor
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B106/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/S19/1   3 August 1709
inventory
inventory, with memorandum relating that administration was granted to Isabel Stoker, relict of the testator
DPRI/1/1709/S20   17 November 1709
William STROTHER, esquire, of Grindonridge (Grindon Rigg) in the parish of Norham and county pallatine of Durham [Norham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1709/B161/1
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B161/2
DPRI/1/1709/S20/1-2   2 February 1708
copy will
DPRI/1/1709/S21
Christopher SUERTIES, gentleman, of Myresflatt in the county of Durham [Haughton le Skerne, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1709/S21/1-2   19 July 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/T1   19 August 1709
Thomas TAYLOR, of Thorngrafton in the county of Northumberland, parish of Haltwhistle [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1709/B105
DPRI/1/1709/T1/1   4 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/T1/2-3   12 March 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/T2   18 May 1709
Nicholas TEMPEST, esquire, late of Thornley (Thornely) in the county palatine of Durham, (but now of Cony [?Colney] Hatch in the county of Middlesex) [Friern Barnet, Middlesex; Thornley, County Durham]
Thornleys in Kelloe, Wolsingham, Ryton.
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B73/1-2
commission: DPRI/3/1709/B73/3
DPRI/1/1709/T2/1-2   2 February 1708
copy will
copy will, endorsed with certificate of its accuracy signed by Samuel Carleton of Simmonds Inn, Middlesex, gentleman (a bondsman, see DPRI/1/1709/T2/3-4)
DPRI/1/1709/T2/3-4   11 June 1709
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1709/T3   24 November 1709
Anne TEMPLE, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B162
DPRI/1/1709/T3/1   15 February 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/T4   6 June 1709
Isable THOMPSON, widow, of Thornton in the county palatine of Durham, parish of Norham [Norham, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabel
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B68
DPRI/1/1709/T4/1-2   13 January 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/T5   31 October 1709
Thomas TINDELL, yeoman, of Chatton in the county of Northumberland [Chatton, Northumberland]; also spelt Tindall
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B141
DPRI/1/1709/T5/1-2   6 April 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/T5/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/T7   13 August 1709
John TREWHITT, mariner, of South Sheeles in the county of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B103
DPRI/1/1709/T7/1-2   12 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/T7/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/T8   18 April 1709
Thomas TURNER, of Gateshead [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £15: DPRI/3/1709/B14/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/T8/1-2   7 February 1709
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1709/T9   3 November 1709
Ephraim TURPIN, cooper, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B144
DPRI/1/1709/T9/1-2   30 April 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/T9/3   1 November 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/T10   3 January 1710
William TUTTON, now belonging to H.M.S. Solebay, now belonging to her Majesties Shipp Solebay, parish of Tinemouth [Tynemouth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £400: DPRI/3/1709/B177
DPRI/1/1709/T10/1-2   11 July 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/T6   17 November 1709
Jane TYZACK, widow, of the Glasshouses near Newcastle [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Tizack
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B153
DPRI/1/1709/T6/1-2   11 February 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/U1   4 June 1709
John USHER, of Broomhaugh, parish of Bywell St Andrew [Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland]. Died 8 March 1708
administration bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1709/B45/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/U1/1-2   18 March 1708
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/V1   19 April 1709
Dame Dorothy VANCOLSTER, wife of Sir William Vancolster of Hebburn baronet, of Heburne (Hebburne) in the county of Northumberland [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Vancoulster
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B18/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/V1/1   10 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/V2   6 June 1709
Thomas VARDY, of parish of Alnewick [Alnwick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B66/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/V2/1   12 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/V2/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/V3   6 June 1709
Nicholas VIPOND, yeoman, of Loaning-heed in the chapplery of Garrigill (Garragill) and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
curation bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B52/1-2
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/V3/1-2   20 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/V3/3-4   26 May 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1709/W1   15 December 1709
Alice WADDELOW, widow, of town and county of New-Castle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B170
DPRI/1/1709/W1/1-2   11 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1709/W1/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1709/W2   5 September 1709
John WALKER, yeoman, of Summerhouse in the county of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1709/B114
DPRI/1/1709/W2/1-2   25 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/W3   31 January 1710
John WALTON, master and mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B185
DPRI/1/1709/W3/1-2   12 January 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1709/W4   18 June 1709
Steven WALTON, yeoman, of Newton Capp in the county of Durham [Auckland St Andrew, County Durham]; also spelt Stephen
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1709/B76
DPRI/1/1709/W4/1-2   26 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/W5   23 February 1710
Robert WATSON, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1709/B202
DPRI/1/1709/W5/1   15 October 1708
will
DPRI/1/1709/W6   2 March 1710
Edward WILLIS, glazier, of North Shields [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1709/B215
DPRI/1/1709/W6/1-2   8 February 1710
will
DPRI/1/1709/W7   28 July 1709
Ellinor WILSON, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Ellianor
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1709/B98
DPRI/1/1709/W7/1   27 June 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/W8   8 June 1709
Mary WOOD, spinster, of Morpeth [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1709/B61
DPRI/1/1709/W8/1-2   19 February 1709
will
DPRI/1/1709/W9   21 May 1709
Ralph WRENN, yeoman, of Low Dinsdaile (Dinsdell) in the county of Durham [Dinsdale, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1709/B39/1-2
DPRI/1/1709/W9/1   20 May 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts
Wills etc proved 1710
Reference: DPRI/1/1710
DPRI/1/1710/A1   28 November 1710
Jeremiah ABBS, shipwright, of Bishop Wearmouth Salt panns in the county of Durham [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B180/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A1/1-2   28 October 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/A2   8 July 1710
Ralph ADAMSON, yeoman, of Hett in the county of Durham [Hett, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1710/B102/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A2/1   23 June 1702
will
DPRI/1/1710/A2/2-3   undated
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/A3   30 September 1710
Elizabeth ALLAN, spinster, of Houghton in the Spring in the county of Durham [Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1710/B139/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A3/1-2   14 June 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/A4   24 August 1710
John ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Williamston in the parish of Knarsdaile and county of Northumberland [Knarsdale, Northumberland]; also spelt Amrstronge
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B127/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A4/1   10 November 1708
will
DPRI/1/1710/A4/2   28 February 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of debts and funeral expenses; dated in the New Style
DPRI/1/1710/A5   20 February 1711
James ARNOT, waterman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Arnott
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B219/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A5/1-2   21 December 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/A6   29 April 1710
Stephen ARROWSMITH, of (the close in the) parish of Elwick [Elwick Hall, County Durham]
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B24/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B25/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A6/1-2   17 April 1707
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/A7   14 October 1710
Thomas AYRE, house-carpenter, of Ryhoppe (Ryhope) by the sea in the county of Durham [Ryhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B144/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/A7/1-2   3 February 1704
will
DPRI/1/1710/B1   19 July 1710
Elizabeth BARKER, relict of George Barker of Newcastle upon Tyne, baker and brewer, widow, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B109/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B1/1   6 April 1710
will
with codicil, 6 April 1710
DPRI/1/1710/B1/2   2 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/B2   2 November 1710
George BARKER, of South Weetsled in the parish of Long Benton and county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B165/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B2/1   8 July 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/B3   22 September 1710
George BATES, yeoman, of Carraw in the chappelry of Newbrough in the parish of Warden and county of Northumberland [Newbrough, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1710/B135/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B3/1-2   14 July 1710
nuncupative will
DPRI/1/1710/B3/3-4   12 September 1710
inventory
inventory, with account of debts and rent
DPRI/1/1710/B4   26 January 1711
Issabell BEAMES, widow, of North Sheilds in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabeall, Isabel
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1710/B201/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B4/1-2   26 December 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/B5   14 June 1710
Francis BELL, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]. Died 1 June 1710
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B77/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B5/1-2   1 June 1710
will
with codicil, undated
will, endorsed with codicil; also endorsed with memorandum relating to 14 Sep 1712 Durham Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and a witness to the will was deposed: Christopher Mannors gentleman v William Smith and others
DPRI/1/1710/B5/3-4   12 June 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/B6   29 April 1710
Caleb BLACKETT, yeoman, of Binchester in the county of Durham [Binchester, County Durham]; also spelt Blacket
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B21/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B6/1-2   21 May 1705
will
DPRI/1/1710/B7   16 August 1710
John BOOBANK, yeoman, of Little-Stainton in the county of Durham [Bishopton, County Durham]; also spelt Boobanck
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B129/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B7/1-2   6 June 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/B7/3   10 August 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rent
DPRI/1/1710/B8   30 June 1710
Thomas BOWLBY, saddler, of Darlington in the county of Durham [Darlington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B99/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B8/1-2   19 August 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/B8/3-4   1 September 1709
renunciation
DPRI/1/1710/B9   20 February 1711
Ann BRAIDLEY, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Bradly, Bradley
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B218/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B9/1   4 November 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/B10   1 May 1710
William BREWES, yeoman, of Hebburnn (Hebburne) in the parish of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland [Hebburn (Northumberland), Northumberland]; also spelt Brewis, Brews
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B57/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B10/1-2   9 April 1709
inventory
inventory, with account of debts, funeral charges and rent
DPRI/1/1710/B11   23 May 1710
Charles BROWEL, of Mickley in the county of Northumberland, parish of Ovingham [Mickley, Northumberland]; also spelt Browell
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B61/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B11/1-2   22 May 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rents and funeral charges
DPRI/1/1710/B12   26 January 1710
Elizabeth BROWNE, widow, of Long Benton in the county of Northumberland [Longbenton, Northumberland]; also spelt Brown
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B215/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B12/1   31 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1710/B12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/B13   2 June 1710
George BUCK, gentleman, of Sadbury in the county of Durham (in the parish of Haughton) [Sadberge, County Durham]; also spelt Bucke
DPRI/1/1710/B13/1   18 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1710/B13/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/B14
John BURRELL, yeoman, of Summerhouse in the county of Durham [Gainford, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1710/B14/1-2   26 October 1697
will
DPRI/1/1710/B15   15 April 1710
Alice BURTON, widow, of Coundon in the county of Durham (in the parish of St Andrew Auckland) [Coundon, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B8/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B15/1-2   19 January 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/B16   7 February 1711
John BUSTON, skinner, of North Sheilds in the parish of Tynmouth in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B208/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B16/1-2   25 November 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/B16/3-4   13 January 1711
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/B17   5 August 1710
Robert BYERS, yeoman, of Newbottle in the county of Durham [Newbottle, County Durham]; also spelt Byer
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1710/B117/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/B17/1-2   26 May 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/C2   8 July 1710
John CAR, of Bishop Wearmouth [Bishopwearmouth, County Durham]; also spelt Carr
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B101/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C2/1-2
inventory
inventory, subscribed 'I desire the court be pleased to tollerate me to take in debts'
DPRI/1/1710/C1   13 March 171126 January 1736
Jane CARR, widow, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B239/1-2
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1735/B182
DPRI/1/1710/C1/1   24 July 1700
will
DPRI/1/1710/C1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/C3   15 June 1710
Margarett CARR, widow, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]; also spelt Margaret
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B78/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C3/1-2   11 April 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/C4   1 March 1711
Susanna CLARKE, widow, of North Sheeles in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £10: DPRI/3/1710/B234/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C4/1   21 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1710/C5   17 January 1710
Henry COALE, yeoman, of Lynburn (lynburne) Water in the chappelry of Hamsterly and in the county of Durham [Hamsterley, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B197/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C5/1-2   20 June 1708
will
DPRI/1/1710/C6   4 May 1710
Nicholas COKBURNE, barber-surgeon, of towne and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Cockburne
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B41/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B44/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C6/1-2   29 April 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/C6/3-4   25 January 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/C6/5
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/C7   10 October 1710
John COLLING, gentleman, of Long-Newton in the county of Durham [Longnewton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B143/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C7/1-2   26 October 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/C8   25 January 1711
Francis COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Holy-Island in the county of Durham [Holy Island, Northumberland]
commission: DPRI/3/1710/B152/4
bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B204/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C8/1   5 October 1702
copy will
DPRI/1/1710/C8/2-3   25 January 1711
will bond
DPRI/1/1710/C9   5 February 1711
Henry COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Great Ryle in the county of Northumberland [Whittingham, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B220/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B220/3-4
DPRI/1/1710/C9/1-2   4 January 1711
will
will, endorsed with: (1) 7 Jan 1711 memorandum of the witnesses validating the will; (2) memorandum relating to 2 Sep 1717 Chancery case in which the will was exhibited and the witnesses to the will were deposed: George Collingwood esquire v Charles Farnham esquire and others
DPRI/1/1710/C9/3-4   12 January 1711
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/C10
John COOK, of Togston in the parish of Warkworth and county of Northumberland [Warkworth, Northumberland]
DPRI/1/1710/C10/1   12 March 1710
will
will, with memorandum (same date)
DPRI/1/1710/C11   30 January 1711
Matthew COWLE, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B205/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C11/1-2
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/C12   2 June 1710
George COXON, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C12/1-2   1 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/C13   21 November 1710
John CRAGILD, yeoman, of Westmatfin (West Matfen) in the parish of Stamfordham and county of Northumberland [Stamfordham, Northumberland]; also spelt Cragalt, Cragill
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B178/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C13/1-2   7 November 1709
will
will, with (undated) memorandum relating that the will was proved by John Cragild of East Matfin, 21 Nov 1710
DPRI/1/1710/C13/3-4
inventory
inventory, with brief account of wages
DPRI/1/1710/C14   20 February 1711
Samuel CUMMINS, mariner, of South Sheals (Sheeles) in the county palatine of Durham [South Shields, County Durham]; also spelt Cumyn, Commins
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B216/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/C14/1   13 January 1711
will
DPRI/1/1710/D1
Richard DAVISON, senior, burgess, of borough of Barwick [Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland]; also spelt Davidson
DPRI/1/1710/D1/1   3 November 1701
will
DPRI/1/1710/D2   15 March 1711
Thomas DIXON, apothecary, gentleman, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B240/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/D2/1-2   18 November 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/D2/3   1 May 1710
account
account of debts
DPRI/1/1710/D3   1 November 1710
Thomas DIXON, yeoman, of Thropell (Throple) in the county of Northumberland [Mitford, Northumberland]; also spelt Dixson
curation bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B160/1-2
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B217/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/D3/1-2   18 September 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/E1   13 January 1711
Francis ELLOT, of Wolfe (Woolfe) Clugh in the parish of Stanhoop in Weredale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Elliott, Elliot
renunciation: DPRI/3/1710/B195/3-4
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B195/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/E1/1-2   29 November 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/E2   13 June 1710
John ELRINGTON, gentleman, of Elrington in the county of Northumberland [Warden, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B85/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B86/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/E2/1   28 October 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/E2/2   19 November 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses and wages
DPRI/1/1710/E3   21 June 1710
Dudley EMERSON, gentleman, of Hurworth in the county of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]; also spelt Emmerson
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B97/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/E3/1-2   9 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/E3/3   21 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/E3/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/E4   5 May 1710
Sarah EMERSON, spinster, of Westerblackdean in the parrish of Stanhope in Weardale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]; also spelt Emmerson
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1710/B28/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/E4/1-2   2 February 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/E4/3-4   13 April 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/F1   24 February 1711
Nicholas FARROW, gentleman, of Fishburne in the county of Durham [Fishburn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B224/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/F1/1-2   18 May 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/F2   8 January 1711
John FEWSTER, yeoman, of Ebchester over the burn within the county of Durham [Ebchester, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B199/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/F2/1-2   10 December 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/F2/3-4   17 January 1711
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/F3   19 March 1711
George FLETCHER, gentleman, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland [Rothbury, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B244/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/F3/1-6   6 October 1709
copy will
copy will, with 19 Feb 1711 memorandum of the witnesses certifying its accuracy; also with (undated) certificate of accuracy signed by Peter Burrell, notary public
DPRI/1/1710/F3/7-8   19 March 1711
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1710/F4   2 November 1710
Anne FORSTER, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham [Gateshead, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B163/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/F4/1-2   20 October 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/G1   1 November 1710
Thomas GAYRE, gentleman, of Morpeth castle in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]; also spelt Gare
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B161/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/G1/1-2   13 August 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/G2   8 September 1710
Richard GILRY, malt-maker, maltster, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £230: DPRI/3/1710/B138
DPRI/1/1710/G2/1   1 July 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/G2/2   27 July 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/G3   20 January 1711
Henry GOWLING, weaver, of Carlton (Carleton) in the county of Durham [Redmarshall, County Durham]; also spelt Gowlong, Gowland
will bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1710/B200/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/G3/1   21 December 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/G3/2-3   19 January 1711
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/G4   17 January 170610 July 1710
George GRAY, gentleman, of parish of St Andrew Holborn, city of London [St Andrew Holborn, Middlesex]
DPRI/1/1710/G4/1-2   5 July 1710
copy letters testimonial
with copy tenor of will, 25 February 1704
Copy letter testimonial reciting tenor of will and grant of probate at London Archdeaconry Court (17 Jan 1706) to Mary Gray, relict and sole executrix. Subscribed: probate issued, 10 July 1710.
DPRI/1/1710/G5   3 May 1710
William GRAY, yeoman, of witherington north steeds in the parish of woodhorn in the county of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland]; also spelt Grey
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B39/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/G5/1   1 June 1704
will
DPRI/1/1710/G5/2-3   17 February 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/G6   16 May 1710
John GREY, esquire, of Howick in the county of Northumberland [Howick, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B58/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/G6/1-4   5 February 1707
will
DPRI/1/1710/G6/5-6   5 July 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/G7   13 March 1711
Magdalen GREY, spinster, of city of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B238/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/G7/1   16 January 1711
copy codicil
DPRI/1/1710/G7/2-3   14 March 1711
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1710/H1   10 April 171023 April 1711
Sir Thomas HAGGERSTON, baronet, of Haggerston in the county pallatine of Durham [Holy Island, Northumberland]
commission: DPRI/3/1710/B11/3
will bond, penal sum £10,000: DPRI/3/1710/B11/1-2
administration bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1711/B69/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H1/1   1 August 1695
will
DPRI/1/1710/H1/2-3   18 March 1710
renunciation
renunciation of the surviving executrix
DPRI/1/1710/H12   7 October 1710
Henry HALFOARD, of Dryburne Haugh in the parish of haltwestell (Haltwesle) in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]; also spelt Halford
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B145/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H12/1   27 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/H2   29 April 1710
John HARRISON, gentleman, of Branslope in the county of Durham [Tanfield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B26/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H2/1   29 June 1676
copy will
DPRI/1/1710/H2/2-3   8 June 1711
bond
bond to deliver the (voided) will to the bondsmen, which the same bondsmen had failed to prove in solemn form
DPRI/1/1710/H2/4
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/H3   5 April 1710
William HARRISON, master and mariner, of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B2/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H3/1-2   4 April 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H4   8 January 1711
William HARRISON, hoastman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B194/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H4/1   8 December 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H5   17 April 1710
William HARRISON, yeoman, of Westerblackdeane in the parrish of Stanhope in weardale in the county of Durham [Stanhope, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B10/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H5/1-2   4 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H5/3-4   23 March 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H6   23 January 1711
George HENDERSON, merchant, alderman, esquire, of town and county of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1710/B203/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H6/1   30 March 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/H8   13 June 1710
Mary HERON, widow, of Dilston in the county of Northumberland [Corbridge, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B89/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H8/1   18 July 1704
will
DPRI/1/1710/H7   3 November 1710
Thomas HERRISON, of Ovington, parish of Ovingham [Ovingham, Northumberland]; also spelt Harrison
administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1710/B151/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H7/1-2   17 October 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral charges
DPRI/1/1710/H9   17 May 1710
John HILDRETH, of Peirce-bridge in the county of Durham [Piercebridge, County Durham]; also spelt Hildereth
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B56/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H9/1-2   12 April 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H10   9 December 1710
Rodger HILL, farmer, of Fatfield in the parish of Lenchester and county of Durham [Lanchester, County Durham]; also spelt Roger
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B185/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H10/1   22 November 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H10/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/H11   24 March 1711
Robert HODGSON, yeoman, of Brocks in the county of Durham, parish of Sedgefeild [Sedgefield, County Durham]; also spelt Hodgshon
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B247/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H11/1-2   19 February 1711
will
DPRI/1/1710/H13   29 November 1710
John HOPPER, of chapplery of Meddomsley [Medomsley, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1710/B181/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H13/1-2
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H14   23 October 1710
John HULL, yeoman, of Billingham in the county of Durham [Billingham, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B148/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H14/1   23 October 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H15   13 June 1710
John HUNTINGTON, senior, yeoman, of Wolveston in the county of Durham [Wolviston, County Durham]; also spelt Hunting
will bond, penal sum £40: DPRI/3/1710/B81/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H15/1-2   16 March 1706
will
DPRI/1/1710/H15/3   13 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/H16   1 June 1710
Elizabeth HUNTLEY, widow, of Sunderland by the Sea in the county of Durham [Sunderland, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B68/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H16/1-2   18 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H17   8 September 1710
John HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Bishop Midleham in the county of Durham [Bishop Middleham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B130/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H17/1-2   19 August 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/H18   10 May 1710
John HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Harbert low in the county of Cumberland, Alston [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B51/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/H18/1-2   13 August 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/H18/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/J1   15 July 1710
Joseph JEFFERSON, yeoman, of Elton in the county of Durham [Elton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B113/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/J1/1-2   27 January 1709
will
with codicil, 27 January 1709
DPRI/1/1710/J2   10 November 1710
Elizabeth JOHNSON, widow, of Whorleton in the county of Durham [Whorlton, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B166/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/J2/1   14 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/J3   15 February 1711
William JOHNSTOUN, of Wooller Haughead [Wooler, Northumberland]; also spelt Johnston
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B236/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/J3/1-2   19 September 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/J3/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/K1   10 May 1710
Robert KELLETT, of (Hagerston in the parish of) Holy Island [Holy Island, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B55/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/K1/1   29 March 1679
will
DPRI/1/1710/K2   22 August 1710
Samuel KENYON, [royal navy] mariner, late of Manchester in Lancashire Great Brittaine, now of Boston in New England [Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Manchester, Lancashire]
Kenyon's will details assets in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, and in London, the latter being money earned serving on H.M.S. Folkston
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B246/1
DPRI/1/1710/K2/1-2   30 March 1709
copy minutes of nuncupative will
with grant of probate, 22 August 1710
(1) copy of the minutes of the nuncupative will, subscribed with (undated) memorandum of the witnesses and 6 Apr 1709 certificate of their oath, administered by the Honourable Isaac Addington esquire, judge of the probate at Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; also with (undated) certificate of the accuracy of the copy, signed by Paul Dudley, Register; (2) grant of administration with the will annexed, addressed to John Babbage, attorney of Elizabeth Kenyon now of Boston, relict and sole legatee, dated at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 22 Aug 1710
DPRI/1/1710/K2/3   22 August 1710
seal
remains of seal (detached) of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
DPRI/1/1710/L1   8 May 1710
Cuthbert LADLER, parish of Woodhorne, Scotchwood in the parish of Newburne in the county of Northumberland [Woodhorn, Northumberland; Newburn, Northumberland]; also spelt Laidler
administration bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1710/B32/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L1/1   10 April 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/L2   22 April 1710
John LAMB, esquire, of Gilligate in or nigh the citty of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £2,000: DPRI/3/1710/B14/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L2/1   2 February 1710
copy will
DPRI/1/1710/L2/2-3   3 January 1711
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/L2/4-5   22 March 1727
letter
letter from Edward Bell at Darlington to Register William Pye at Durham, requesting the delivery out of the registry of the original will, and the execution of a bond for its redelivery
DPRI/1/1710/L2/6-7   5 October 1728
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1710/L2/8
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/L3   18 October 1710
Thomas LANGSTAFFE, yeoman, of Raby in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B147/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L3/1-2   27 November 1707
will
DPRI/1/1710/L4   11 May 1710
Isabell LEAMON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Isabel
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B53/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L4/1   11 May 1708
will
DPRI/1/1710/L4/2-3   10 May 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/L5   18 November 1710
Edward LITTLE, yeoman, of Nentsberry in the parish of Aldston and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
Oaths of witnesses and executrix administered at Alston
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B170/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L5/1-2   18 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/L5/3-4   28 August 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/L6   22 April 1710
Ralph LODGE, of Darlington [Darlington, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B15/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L6/1-2   19 April 1710
copy inventory
DPRI/1/1710/L7   1 December 1710
John LOWES, yeoman, of Whitshealls (whitesheeles) in the county of Northumberland [Haltwhistle, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B182/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/L7/1-2   26 October 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/M1   19 December 1710
James MADDERS, yeoman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Maders
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B188/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M1/1-2   12 December 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/M2   21 February 17112 October 1813
Alice MALLABAR, widow, of NewCastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Mallabarr
administration with the will annexed granted to Sir John Clavering, 21 Feb 1710
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B221/1-2
will bond, penal sum £9: DPRI/3/1813/T23/1-3
DPRI/1/1710/M2/1-2   14 June 1700
will
will, endorsed with 2 Oct 1813 memorandum relating that letters of administration with the will annexed were granted to John Tate of Bank House, Northumberland, esquire, limited to the testator's interest in property in Alnwick
DPRI/1/1710/M3   24 November 1710
Edward MARR, butcher, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
renunciation: DPRI/3/1710/B172/3-4
administration bond, penal sum £50: DPRI/3/1710/B172/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M3/1-2   20 November 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/M4   21 August 1710
William MASON, weaver, of Fowlbridge (Fowlebridge) house in county palatine of Durham, parish of Chester le Street [Chester-le-Street, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1710/B126/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M4/1-2   10 June 1707
will
DPRI/1/1710/M5   3 May 1710
John MEGGITSON, gentleman, of Whalton in the county of Northumberland [Whalton, Northumberland]; also spelt Meggeson, Meggison
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B34/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M5/1   16 July 1705
will
DPRI/1/1710/M6   3 July 1710
William MIDLETON, butcher, of city of Durham in the parish of St Nicholas [Durham St Nicholas, County Durham]; also spelt Middleton
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B100/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M6/1-2   3 April 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/M7   14 June 1710
James MILBURNE, baker, brewer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £100: DPRI/3/1710/B92/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M7/1   23 March 1710
copy will
DPRI/1/1710/M7/2-3   26 July 1710
bond to redeliver the original will
DPRI/1/1710/M8
Thomas MILLER, cordwainer, of Sunderland [Sunderland, County Durham]
DPRI/1/1710/M8/1-2   15 March 1710
copy inventory
with account, 15 March 1710
copy inventory, with account of debts and funeral expenses (same date)
DPRI/1/1710/M9   30 October 1710
Anne MILLS, widow, of Cornhill (Cornehill) in the county of Durham [Cornhill, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B154/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M9/1-2   25 November 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/M9/3-4   7 December 1709
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/M10   26 December 1710
John MILLS, of Lanton (Lenton) in the parish of Kirknewton [Kirknewton, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B202/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M10/1-2   13 November 1710
inventory
with account, 13 November 1710
DPRI/1/1710/M11   30 October 1710
Robert MURES, yeoman, of Thompsons walls in the county of Northumberland and parish of Kirknewton [Kirknewton, Northumberland]; also spelt Muers
will bond, penal sum £120: DPRI/3/1710/B153/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M11/1-2   27 June 1710
will
with codicil, undated
will, with schedule of debts drawn up by the testator
DPRI/1/1710/M11/3-4   2 October 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/M12   3 June 1710
Dorothy NATEBY, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham [Norton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £840: DPRI/3/1710/B71/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/M12/1   3 June 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/N1   6 May 1710
William NUBY, of Hutton Henry in the county of Durham [Hutton Henry, County Durham]; also spelt Newby
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1710/B30/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/N1/1   24 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/N1/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/O1   31 October 1710
William ORD, gentleman, of Sturton Grainge in the county of Northumberland, parish of Warkworth [Warkworth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B156/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B157/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/O1/1-2   18 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/P1   9 August 1710
Thomas PEARSON, yeoman, of Nenthead (Nentshead) in Aldston moore and county of Cumberland [Alston, Cumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B121/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/P1/1   15 October 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/P1/2-3   5 August 1710
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/P2   19 December 1710
Margarett PINCKNEY, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
renunciation: DPRI/3/1710/B189/3-4
administration bond, penal sum £30: DPRI/3/1710/B189/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/P2/1-2   30 September 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/R1   20 February 1711
Timothy RAWLIN, hoastman, gentleman, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]; also spelt Rawling
will bond, penal sum £1,000: DPRI/3/1710/B214/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R1/1-2   8 January 1711
will
DPRI/1/1710/R2   13 June 1710
John READHEAD, yeoman, of Shillford in the county of Northumberland (in the parish of Bywell St Andrew) [Broomhaugh, Northumberland]; also spelt Redhead
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B87/1-2
curation bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B88/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R2/1-2   25 May 1709
will
DPRI/1/1710/R2/3   6 June 1709
inventory
inventory, with brief account of rents and funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/R3   7 October 1710
William REAH, yeoman, of Sedgfield in the county of Durham [Sedgefield, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B142/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R3/1-2   11 September 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/R4   19 July 1710
John REWCASTLE, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tine [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £500: DPRI/3/1710/B110/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R4/1-2   31 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/R5   3 January 1711
Andrew RICHARDSON, of Broughshouse (Brookehouse) nigh Bishopton [Bishopton, County Durham]
administration bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B193/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R5/1   21 December 1710
inventory
with account, 21 December 1710
DPRI/1/1710/R6   17 June 1710
James RICHARDSON, yeoman, of East field (feild) House in the county of Durham, parish of Merrington [Merrington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B79/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R6/1   24 August 1699
will
DPRI/1/1710/R7   5 January 1711
Thomas RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Old Elvett in the county of Durham [Durham, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B196/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R7/1-2   10 March 1704
will
DPRI/1/1710/R8   20 May 1710
Christopher RICHMOND, yeoman, of the Readhouse neare Redmouth in the county of Durham, parish of Heighington [Heighington, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B60/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R8/1-2   9 May 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/R8/3-4   19 April 1710
inventory
inventory, probably dated erroneously
DPRI/1/1710/R9   20 November 1710
Dorothee ROBINSON, spinster, of Grindon in the county of Durham [Grindon, County Durham]; also spelt Dorothy
commission: DPRI/3/1710/B54/3
will bond, penal sum £600: DPRI/3/1710/B173/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R9/1-2   13 July 1708
will
DPRI/1/1710/R9/3
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/R10   12 May 1710
Dorothy ROBINSON, widow, of Newton in the parish of Bywell St Peter in the county of Northumberland [Bywell St Peter, Northumberland]
administration bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B54/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R10/1-2   29 April 1710
inventory
DPRI/1/1710/R11   14 July 1710
George ROBINSON, mason, of Hilton in the parish of Staindropp in the county of Durham [Staindrop, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B104/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R11/1   4 March 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/R11/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/R12   5 August 1710
John ROBINSON, of Callberry in the parish of Conscliff in the county of Durham [Coniscliffe, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B118/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R12/1   27 July 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/R12/2
wrapper
DPRI/1/1710/R13
Margret ROBINSON, relict of James Robinson of North Shieldls in the county of Northumberland, boat builder, widow, of North Sheells in the county of Northumberland [North Shields, Northumberland]; also spelt Margaret
DPRI/1/1710/R13/1   28 December 1705
will
DPRI/1/1710/R14   25 November 1710
Martin ROBINSON, yeoman, of Hawthorn (Hawthorne) in the county of Durham (in the parish of Easington) [Hawthorn, County Durham]
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B169/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R14/1-2   5 April 1707
will
DPRI/1/1710/R14/3-4
inventory
inventory, with brief account of funeral expenses
DPRI/1/1710/R15   20 February 1711
William ROBINSON, of Shelley in county of Norhtumberland and chappeldry of Netherwitton [Netherwitton, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £300: DPRI/3/1710/B225/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R15/1-2   25 September 1699
will
DPRI/1/1710/R16   3 May 1710
Ralph ROWELL, butcher, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland [Morpeth, Northumberland]
will bond, penal sum £20: DPRI/3/1710/B36/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/R16/1-2   19 January 1710
will
DPRI/1/1710/S1   8 November 1710
Charles SANDERSON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne [Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland]
Certificate of oath undated
will bond, penal sum £200: DPRI/3/1710/B179/1-2
DPRI/1/1710/S1/1   21 May 1710
will