Catharine Quayle alias Teare 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 21 November 2017
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1670A #86 Jurby, of Catharine Quayle alias Teare, died 12 April 1670: 
Summary: husband Patrick Quayle, sister Christian Teare, also Thomas Skeally, Alice Crenilt, Elizabeth Crenilt, 
Thomas Tear, William Birrage, Joney Teare, Emy / Amy Corkan; witnesses: Thomas Kelly & Daniel Birrage

Jurby The last will and testament of Katherine Teare who depted this liffe the 12th of Aprill 1670, who first committed her soule to God and her body to Christian buriall; Itm: to for beere and tobaco 2s the night she should be la----ed and if her husband would not bestow ye 2s that night then to bestow give dj firlett barley and a mutton at alhallowtide; Itm: to Tho: Skallie junior 1 sheep one lambe and a gray blankett, Itm: her shaped woolen and linen cloath ---[torn] Xtian Teare & Alice and Eliz: Crenylt equally betwixt them Itm: to Alice Crenylt a chiest; Itm: to her sister Christian Teare a karchiefe and if she would not accept of it 6d legasie; Itm: to Tho: Teare 1 ewe hogge; Itm: to Will Burragh a yard and a half of cloath & 1 hogge; Itm: to her husband two steere and as much helpe of money as would buy a new spade, Itm: to Jony Teare ye 8 pte of a heffer that was in her owne hand, and if she would not accept of that then to give her 6d legasie; Itm: to ye minster a yard and a halfe of linnen; Itm: she constituted and appoynted her husband Patr: Quaile her true and lawfull exec of all ye rest of her goods movable and unmovable; Itm: to Emie Corkan one old coate dj old carchieffe Testes The execr sworne in court Tho: Kellie jurati in forme of law Do: Burrough pbatum et solvit 6d The whole Inventory of Katherine Teare deceased priced by 4 sworne men viz: Patr: Kellie, Donold Christian, Richard and Mich: Moore amounts to ye summe of ....... 0£ - 18s - 0 pledges secunda forman legis Donnll Birragh & Tho: Kelly pbatum et solvit 6d July ye 7th 1670 Jony Teere enters against ye execur of Cath: Teere for 7s & ye executorship according to pmisse

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