Charles Stanley 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 24 December 2017
Original: 0106202

Episcopal Will 1670E #032 Arbory, of Mr Charles Stanley of Ballakaighen , made 27 April 1670: 
Summary: illegitimate son Thomas Stanley, wife Mary Christian alive (remarried William Parker), son Charles (under age 14, heir, funeral on 20 October 1674), 
brother [in law] [Thomas] Christian, mother Margaret is alive, sister Mary Stanley (married John Ottiwell), cousin Richard Stevenson, cousin Mary Stevenson, 
dau Elizabeth Stanley (married Richard Thompson clerk by 1680), Henry Lowcay (cousin of Mary Stanley als Christian), also: James Wild's wife, witnesses: 
Robert Calcott, John Lesquire, others
will of mother: ArW1690/1A #32 Malew, of Margaret Stanley als Walten: husband is dead & buried in Arbory; dau Elizabeth Thompson als Gawne als Stanley; dau Mgt; 
dau Mary, grandson Wm Gawne, dau Ann & her husb Thomas Looney; grandchild John Ottwell; son in law Mr. Richard Thompson; grandchild Mr. John Stanley
mother: Malew parish reg: Margret Stanley wife of Jo: Stanley, BallaCagin, buried at Kk Arbory 1 Mar 1690/91
NOTE: There is a John Undrell (written Underall in one spot), 'alias father John' that is mentioned several times in the will. I believe this is the same person 
as John Stanley, the father of Charles Stanley of Ballakaighin.  My reasoning is thus: First, Charles' father John died before him, leaving a widow Margaret.  
Next: John Undrell left various legacies, to Mary Stanley alias Christian (wife of Charles) who was left 2 gold pieces; Mary Stanley (sister of Charles, wife of John 
Ottiwell) was left various sums. It appears that Charles' mother Margaret Walten was at first executor of the will of John Undrell, but then Charles became executor. 
At the time Charles died, his wife Mary and his sister Mary had not been given their legacies yet  Wife Mary's legacy was to be taken out of the legacies of the 
children of Charles before the children received their legacies.  Sister Mary's legacy from John Undrell had become the responsiblility of Charles, and his executors 
(sons Charles & John, through supervisor Richard Stevenson) paid her the legacies of John Undrell at the same time she received her legacies from her brother Charles' 
will.  Also receiving legacies from 'father John' were Ann and Catharine and Joney and Ellin Johnson, all paid by Charles' executors, and widow Lawrenson who was paid 
father John's legacy from Charles' executors.  How the Johnsons and widow Lawrenson fit in, I do not know.  Unless, of course, 'father John' is a monk, etc; but this 
is the only will in several thousand so far where I have seen this name.
will of sister: Mrs Elizabeth Gawne alias Stanley is falsely accused by Christian Qualtrough als Gelling 
of adultery with John Harrison, clerk, deceased, dated 29 October 1668 - 1 November 1668, Rushen

This will pved at St: John's Chappell June 24th 70 In the name of God Amen I Charles Stanely beinge weake of Bodie but perfect in memory praisd be God doe make this my last will and Testament this 27th day of Aprill 1670 [fold]--t: I bequeath my Soule to God yt have it and my bodie to Christian buriall in the Chancell of KK Arbory Church [fold]---ueath unto the poore of the pish three bouls of barly to be carried to ye prish Churtch and their to be disstributed accordinge my wivfes direction [fold]--- leave to the Viccar of the prish ten shillings [fold]---nr Loco: Scoolemester of Casseltowne ten shilling [fold]--- to preatch my funerall sermon if hee pleas [fold]--- take it upon him [fold]--- leave to my Illegitimate soonn Thom: twentie [fold]---nds and yt to bee sent wth him to my Bror [fold]---s: Christian to whom I comitt him to be preserd [fold]--- to let him have the same after as hee may ha--- [fold]---ations and in case hee dies before that hee re [fold]---e it: yt it retorne to the use of the other children [fold]---and Charles and in want of them to my next of kindred [fold]---queath to my sister Elsabeth Gawne all those [fold]---s due from hir to mee wth the consent of my [fold]---e [fold]--- leave to my Cister Mary Stanley five pounds [fold]--- cowes graiseinge for one yare and ye daymoth of [fold]--- wch James Wilds wife used to have [fold]--- leave to my Mother yt shee have ye eight pounds [fold]---rdinge to Contraction bargaine and twentie shillings [fold]---lver wth a peece of gould of xxs[20s] vallew as a legacie and yt twentie [fold]---ngs yearearily duereinge hir life wth a good feather bed [next page] and furniture wch is to retorne after his -----[fold] Itt: I leave to my cozen Mary Stevenson a t-----[fold] peece of gould Itt: in like manner to my Cozen Rich: Steve-----[fold] shillinge peece of gould Itt: I bequeath to my wife ten shilings and m-----[fold] hors or mare Itt: I leave to littell Willm: Gawne one of the -----[fold] =lud cowes in the house Itt: I leave my wife and children sold e-----[fold] of all my goods moveable and immoveable -----[fold] Itt: I leave my Cozen Rich: Steevenson ov-----[fold] my wife of all my children and my wife -----[fold] the tuission of my children & lands till my soon -----[fold] Charles come to forteen yeares of age June ye 24, 70: The Supvisor & ye wife sworne Charles Stanley Witnes present at the signeinge and deliveringe heare of Robt: Callcott } Rich: Stevenson } John K-----e } jurat John Lesquyr } jurati John Ottiwell hath sworn to all ye will, onely doth -----[fold] =ber that ye testator left his wife & children joint & sole Exec-----[fold] Lands till ye childe come to 14 yeares of age except shee cont-----[fold] husbands name Note yt shee doth not intend (by her own confession in Cort) to dispose of her pt of -----[fold] ship, but to these children pbatum et solvit xijd The Inventory wthin 14 days sub paena -----[fold] but ye corn eyther prised -----[fold] or bowles as soone as -onu-- in oath may be-----[fold] [next page:] March ye 1st 70 Mary Mayson entrs: against the Exers: of Mr: Charle Stanly for sixe pounds eyght shilling ten pence & craveth tryall March ye 1st 70: Kath: Christian widdow (the Executr: of her s---- David Christian her son) entrs: agst ye Executrs of Mr Charles Stanley for 8s 7d due as cann be made to apeare & craveth tryall [next page] Legacies pd by mee wch was Left by ------ ------[dark] pay vizd: pd to my cozen Richd Stevenson } £ s d of Balladoile & his daughter }.......... 01 - 00 - 00 Mary tenn shillings apeice in gould} to my Mother in Law: a tewerty peece of Gould ........................................ 01 - 00 - 00 note this legacie last was paid in Gold according to ye will, the other to couzin Stevenson appeares by acquittance 6th July 1670 Received then from my Couzen } Mary Stanley a tenn shilling } peice of gould bequeathed unto me } xs[10s] as a Legasie by my Lo: kinsman } Mr Charles Stanley I say received} By mee Richd: Stevenson 6th July 1670 Received then alsoe from my Couzen } Mary Stanley a tenn shillin peice } of gould beequeathed unto my daug } xs[10s] ter Mary as a Legacie left by } him to her: I say rec: the sume } of ............................... } By mee Rich: Stevenson June ye 8th 1671: The above disbursmts: are also to be deductd out of Mr Stanleys Inventory [next page] [fold]---- 1670 A perfect Inventory taken of the vallue of the pte of goods, moveable & unmoveable of Mr Charles Stanley of Ballacagin priced by foure sufficient men, whose names doe ensue: vizd: David Murrey of Castletoune, Hen: Maddrell, Nich: Briydson & Danniell Corrin of KK Arbory £ s d [fold]---- parlor The halfe goods amounting to ............ 004 07 03 [fold]----aule The halfe goods amounting to ............... 008 00 02 [fold]----uttery The halfe goods amounting to ............. 000 08 04 [fold]----ittchin The halfe goods amounting to ............ 001 09 06 [fold]----mper } in house } The halfe goods amounting to ............ 005 12 00 [fold]----mper } parlor } The halfe goods amounting to ......... 013 13 08 [fold]----se loft } [fold]--hale } The halfe goods amounting to ........... 001 06 01 [fold]----champer } [fold]-- haule } The halfe goods amountinge to ....... 011 01 10 [fold]----renhouse The halfe goods amounting to ........... 000 03 06 [fold]----wehouse The halfe goods amounting to ............ 000 14 06 [fold]----flouer } house } The halfe goods amounting to .............. 001 05 00 [fold]----Larder The halfe goods amounting to ............. 003 01 01 [fold]----stable The halfe goods amounting to ............. 000 04 11 [fold]----barer The halfe goods amounting to .............. 000 02 06 [fold]----whitetall[?] The halfe goods amounting to ........ 001 15 00 [fold]----haule The halfe goods amounting to .............. 000 10 10 [fold]--- ffoule The halfe goods amounting to ............. 043 14 00 [fold]----Calfe close } [fold]-- & netts.... } The halfe goods amounting to ...... 004 15 00 [fold] ---ses mayres } [fold]----lts .....} The halfe amounting to ............. 009 05 00 [fold]----opes & } [fold]----etts ..} The halfe amounting to .............. 000 02 03 The sume is .... 111 12 05 verte [next page] Know all men by these presents that I John Stanley of Ballaca----[edge] gen Gentleman have at or before the sealing and delivery of thes----[edge] presents Received and had of my stepp-father William Parker ----[edge] my mother Marey Parker alias Christian (now of Ballacaga----[edge] afforsayd) the full and just sume of fourty nine pounds ten shillings foure pence, of lawfull English money in lieu & full satisfaction of all such childs part ffillial porcon and part goodes due or money wise to be due unto me the sayd Jo: Stanly my Heires Exrs: admirs: or assignes in right or behalfe of my father Charles Stanley deceased, or my own, and Brother Char: Stanley junior deceased Also The receipt whereof I acknowledge by these presents, in lieu & full satisfaction of all ye sd menconed promissis, & thereof, & of every parte & parcell therof doe clearly & absolutely acquitt, exonerate, & discharge, them the sd Will: Parker, & Marey Parker alias Christian, their or either of their Heires, Exrs: admirs: or assignes, & every o----[edge] For ever by these presents. In wittness where of I have he----[edge] unto sett my hand & seale ye fiftenth day of January one thousand six hundred seventy and eight, 1678 Note that this Acquittance is only for the receit of 49£ - 10s - 4d the remainder being in Demsteere Christians hand which when received ye Acquittance to be given generall John Stanley In presence R: Heywood Rich: Stevenson March ye 4th 1678/9} Received then Tho: Norris The Just sume of fforty pounds from Tho: Ffletcher ye hands of Mr Receiver Stevenson in the behalfe of Demster Edward Christian wch Before me makes upp ye compleate & full some of 89£ Richd: Stevenson 10s & 4d wch I acknowledge In leiw & full sattisfaction of all my filliall protion or childe parte to myselfe, or Brother Charles Standley deceased and this to bee myne, & all claimeing under mee in full & absolute discharge unto my fathers Exrs: adminrs: or assigns For ever as wittnesse my hand ye Day & yeare abovsaid John Stanley [next page] Octobr: ye 23th 1680 Know all men by these presents yt wee Richard Thompson clerke & Elizabeth Thompson alias Standley of ye parrish of Kirk Chjrist Rushin doe acknowledge to have received of & from ye hands of Willm: Parker, John Stanley & Mary Parker alias Christian Exrs: of Charles Stanley of Ballacagin late deceased ye full & just summe of foure pounds eight shillings with fees currant English money In leiu of all debts, Legasies, dues & demands wtsoever accrewing descending or falling, from our said brother Standley afforesayd, our heires exrs: adminrs: or assignes for ever wee ye sayd Richard Thompson & Eliz: my wife our heires excrs: & assignes & every of them, & all mannr of persons claimeing by from or under any of us toucheing any mannr of Reconings accoumpts bonds debts dues & demands wtsoever wch wee ye sayd Richard Thompson Eliz: Thompson my wife our heires exrs: adminrs: or any of us, ever had now have or here after may might could or ought to have against them ye said Willm: Parker, John Stanley & Mary Parker their Heires Exrs: adminrs: or any of them for any matter debt cause or thing wtsoever from ye beginning of ye World In wittnesse hereunto our hands ye day and yeare first above Writtenn Signed in the Rich: Thompsonn prsence of us Eliz: Thompsonn Rich: Stevenson her mrk XX Tho: Norris Tho: Ffletcher Willm Qualtrough [next page:] [NOTE: The following is in Latin. Though it is neatly written, I do not know Latin, so may have misread some of the letters.] Henric: Sodorens: Universis Christi fidelibus, ad quos hoc praesens scriptum penreneriet sen quos infra scripta tangu----[dark] gene poteimt Quomodolibet in future Henricus permissione divina Sodor & Mona. Episcopus Salutem ----[dark] Sempiternam ac fidem indubiam praesontibus adhiberi. Noverit universitas vertra nos vicesimo secundo die menses Marty anno Domini Millesimo Secentesimo septuagenima octavio Computum & calentum Marie Parker vidue rel ta Caroli Stanley eiusdemg Executricis nec non Gulielmi Parker moderni mareti dicta Marie vitricig Joanne Stanley fily unici ac haredis didi Caroli Stanley dum virit de Ballacagin defuncti omnium & singulorum conorium juri--- creditorum ac de et super executione & dispositione huinsmodi in debita iuris forma recepisse et audivisse et quia comperimus et luculanter invenimus eundem Gulielmum Parker ac Mariam coniugem suam antedictas omnia singula jurae bona credita et que Juerent dicti defuncti tempore vita et mortis suarum qua ad manus dicta partium virtute ultimi voluntatis dicti Caroli perveneimt in Inventario inde confecto et praesentibus summati annexo specificata fideliter Administrasse & dispossuise Ita ut computatis computandis & allocatis allocandis nihil huins modi bonorum jurium aut creditorum in manibus praedicta Guilielmi & Marie antedicti in praesentit--s videtin remanera indispositum vel non Administratium ut per illius computum in hae parte redditum ac factum & p---s tibus annexum plenius appareat cumg ipse Johan Stanley filius privignus & hares dictarum partium re----- coram nobis hac die conventus est cognovit & fassius est se totum suum patrimonium recepisse a parenta---- tic eosq Mariam & Gulielmum Parker ab ulteriori solutione et demanda liberat eximit ac absolvit id---- nos Henricus permissione divina Sodor & Mona Episcopus Antedictus et in hae parte judex legitimus eosdem, --- mum, & Mariam Parker praedictos omnia & singula, bona jura & credita que Juerint ipsius defuncti tempore vit--- et mortis suarum quag ad manus suas pervenerint plene executos fuisse Administrasse solvisse et dispossuisse pronu--- amus dictosg Mariam & Guilelmum Parker antedictos ab ulteriore computo sive ratiocinio nobis et of---- nostro in hae parte reddendo atq ab onere ulterius computandi & calculandi quantum in nobis est modo et dolo malo sive fraude convince non poterit dimittimus relaxamus et acquietamus per praesentes. Dat si---- sigillo nostrol Epali vicesimo secundo die mensis Marty anno Dmi: 1678 nostraq consecrationis nono Johan Allen Actuar: [next page] Noat there is the cropp of corne, & haye & debts, & goods yett due wch must bee collected & enquired into, & added to this INventory before it be pfect Richd: Tyldesley esq: Comptrollr, Mr Thomas Moore of ye Abbey and Mr John Barry of Castletown in form of law, in behalfe of Mrs Mary Stanley for ye forthcoming of her husband Inventory, is become Bound with their Executrs: March ye 23, 1678 John Stanley haveing given a genrall acquittance for the receipt of all his filiall porcon due unto him by the death of hsi ffather Mr Charles Stanley, and Charles Stanley junr his brother deceised also, upon wch, our revrend ordinary hath granted unto Mr William Parker and his wife Mrs Mary Parker als Christian, the pties concerned a quietus est, all wch pceedings are fixed to these pceedings on Record Therfore the above pledges Rich: Tyldesley comptroller and Mr John Barry and their Executors are acquitted from their obligacons for ever March ye 3d: Edw: Cluage entrs against ye Executrs of Mr Charles Stanley for viijs due by specialti & for one oxe 19s and for 2 oxen hee had from his brother Tho: Cluage & his mother 5s due debt & craveth tryall May ye 15th 1671: Mrs Eliz: Thompson entrs against ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Staneley for one gray horse price 4£ 5s 0d, wth a yoke of oxen ye price 2£ 8s 00d and lent moneys 5s & craveth tryall Mar ye --th 1671 The above claimed debt being questioned in Cort, the determi= =nation for ye prsent is suspended until such time as the accompts be examin= =ed on both sides, and if it doe appeare that ye xxxx Inxxxx xxxx ye xxxx clamer is Indebted to her brother, shee must cleere her ---- ------ be lyable to ye debt notwthstanding the member of ye will mentioning ye permitting of them and this because ye clamer doth psente for some debt due to her, wch like= =wise shee must prove according to law, and then shee may ha--- executors, but not to have any benifitt of ye will in ye foresd pticulr if shee ---- charititie obliedging us to give creditt to ye report of ye dead The above to be pformed wthin a month at furthest [next page] To be aded to the Inventorey of Mr Charles Stanley praysed this vijth of Novemr 1670, by the 4 men specifyed in the first Inventorey: Imprs: The halfe of 650 } £ s d stoukes of barley ...} ..... 11 - 04 - 07 dj 8--- dj --- 46 stoukes of } oates ..................} .. 11 - 02 - 01 dj 60 stoukes of whate .......... 00 - 15 - 00 dj 32 daymath of hay in } the haggard ........}...... 04 - 00 - 00 dj 24 yeards of course linnin ... 00 - 10 - 00 dj 20 yeards of fine flaxen ..... 00 - 10 - 00 dj 20 yeards of hurden cloath ... 00 - --- - 02 dj 20 yeards of hemp l\cloath ... 00 - 04 - 00 dj 17lb weight of hempen yarne 00 - 02 - 01 1/2 dj 5lb of wollen yarne .......... 00 - 01 - 00 dj 18lb weight of flax .......... 00 - 01 - 01 1/2 dj 20 yeards of sackinge ........ 00 - 03 - 00 dj the kill att Casteltowne ..... 03 - 00 - 00 dj the hempe .................... 00 - 01 - 02 dj 4 kissans hempseed ........... 00 - 00 - 08 dj the flax seede ............... 00 - 00 - 10 dj the hay sett this yeare ...... 06 - 14 - 09 dj of 80£ layde out upon } Contraugh .........}....... 40 - 00 - 00 dj the goods & caske in the seller at Laxey ye unpraysed } dj the pease not yett thrashed .. 8 - 14 - 6 78 - 14 - 6 [next page] March ye 1st 70: Mary Mayson entrs: against ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley for sixe pounds eyght shillings and ten pence due as shee can make to appear by spetialtie & craveth tryall Exam p me Rich: Stonprsiope[?] Reg: March 13th 1670 Mary Mazon is admitted to the Aulter of KK Arbory to prove her clame accordinge to Law, and Mrs Mary Stanley to have doe notice of yt place and tyme (to witt Wednesday next) as alsoe ye Supvisors , and the ,omoster tjat serves at that church that day is to take ye oath and testifie Tho: Parre [next page] March 26th 1671 Mary Mazon hath deposed at the aultar of KK Arbory in the prsence of ye Supvisors and widdow five pounds twelve shillings and ten pence to be due to her from Mr Cha: Stanley and his wife besides the interest wch we doe not enjoyne or order to be paid but only such fees as are laid out in psecution Tho: Parr [next page] An Inventorie of more goods due to the executor of Mr Charles Stanley: given in by Mr Will: Parker in behalfe of his wife this 11th March 1677, to pfect the former inventory wch is to be Added to the same: In Laxxey seller: £ s d Imp: 10 dayles halfe is ........... 00 - 05 - 00 one price of Bed stock syde } halfe thereof ............}..... 00 - 00 - 06 tubbs little & bigg 8 halfe is.... 00 - 05 - 00 8 hogheads halfe is ............... 00 - 10 - 00 3 herrin barrells halfe is ........ 00 - 01 - 00 A little payre of tonnges } halfe of thiem is ......}...... 00 - 00 - 02 In a debt book of corne dated in the yeare 1669, as ffolloweth £ s d Imp Gilbt Nelson Trap: 1 bo: oats ..... 00 - 02 - 06 John Cubon Moar ..... due from him .... 04 Tho: Kegg K. Arbory 1 bo: oats ........ 00 - 02 - 06 Nich: Clauge dj fer barely ............ 01 - 00 Tho: Clauge plowman some of } Nich: passed for his for barely}.... 00 - 1 - 06 of w--- yett .................} John Kegg due ......................... 00 - 13 - 04 Charles Rothewell 1 day math hay ...... 00 - 08 - 00 Roger Scotts ---- day math hay ........ 00 - 08 - 00 John Tubman Green 1 bo: malt .......... -09 - 00 Arthurney Qualtrough for 9 bo: } of barely 7s 6d p bo: .........}..... 3 - 07 - 06 whereof rec: 2 cowes[?] at 1£ 13s for yett due[?[ one pound seaventeen & six pence payd for the sayd Athurney for 2 hundred of hereings ........................ 00 - 02 - 08 more pd for him for 2 maze } of hereings ............} .......... 00 - 08 - 04 mor due for him for a ferlett } ----- the -----e ...........}....... 00 - 03 - 00 ---- ------ -------- ---- for } ferletts of myone poaje } ....... 00 - 09 for the grass this yeare .........} 1669 for the Quoole Cleyaeigt..}.... 1 - 0 - 08 noat halfe that is chardged wch corne is due to the Executors due by a specialtie from } Jo: Watleworth of Castletown }....... 02 - 00 - 00 A debt from Tho: Norris } la---een receisd[?] .} ............ 00 - 16 - 00 11 - 01 - 00 [next page] March ye 17th 1677/8 The whole of ye Invent: of Mr Charles } £ s d Stanley being now pfected o-----uts to } ............ 01 - 07 - 11 more that was p-----d for ye Lands of Kentraugh........... 040 - 00 - ---- more in ye Lands of Boltaine, payable by deemster } Christian ..................................}....... 060 - 00 - 00 besides ye Invent: for 4 yeares ..................... 301 - 07 - 11 The disburmts as followeth funrall charges allowed by ye supvisor } and the Cort .....................}.................. 003 - 00 - 00 more ..................................................... 00 - 18 - 00 more the halfe of 09£ - 00s - 01d ........................ 004 - 10 - 00 To Mr Lowcay for his qrter sallary in wtsoever qrter..... 001 - 00 - 04 more the one moitie of 09£ - 07s - 10d ................... 04 - 13 - 11 paid unto Mary Mazon ye one moitie of 5£ - 14s - 00d ..... 002 - 17 - 00 paid to John Ottiwell on the deads pte ................... 010 - 00 - 00 paid unto John Quayle of Ramsey on the deads pte ......... 008 - 15 - 00 paid unto Steward Norris for ye Rack rent of the } Lords medow 1670 on the deads pt ..............}...... 000 - 15 - 00 To Robt: Boardman as appeares by acquittance on } the deads pte ............................} ....... 002 - 00 - 00 To Thomas Cluag on ye deads pt, note ye ffees is included 000 - 14 - 02 paid to John Norris hatmaker on the deads ............... 001 - 00 - --- paid to Steward Norris as due by Bill, the deads pte ..... 000 - 07 - 00 paid to Ann Jones 1s, to Ellin Johnson ye deads pte ....... 00 - 01 - 00 paid to Issabell Cotteen als Cowle[sic], the deads pte ... 001 - 12 - 00 paid to Ed: Cluage on the deads pt ....................... 001 - 18 - 06 paid to widdow Christian on the deads pte ................ 000 - 05 - 04 paid to Mary Ottiwell on ye deads pte .................... 000 - 08 - 00 44 - 15 - 03 --[fold] [NOTE: Henry Cotteen, ArW 1668A #30 Malew, named Captain Charles Stanley as supervisor of his children John & Ann & Amy & others; his wife was Isabel Cotteen alias Cowne / Cowin, not Cowle as it is wrongly recorded here. will of Henry Cotteen: ArW 1668A #30 Malew, of Henry Cotteen, dated 21 July 1668, wife Isabel Cowin is alive: wife Isabel Cowin, son John, dau Ann, dau Amy, other children, supervisors: Captn (Charles) Stanley, Robert Calcot, Robert Shimmin, Richard Watterson, Thomas Killey Malew parish register: Hen: Cotteen buried 30 July 1668 Malew parish register: Issable Cotten als Cown buried 8 December 1695 will of Isabel: ArW 1695A #09 Malew of Isabel Cotteen alias Cown: son John & his children left a garden & croft; son Charles; dau Amey; dau Ann left house & garden; grandchild Ferdinand more deducted as received by Mr Stanley } himselfe in his life times of the goods of Mr } Edw: Robinson as pte of ye portion of goods due }...... 05 - 06 - 03 to John Whetstone, the deads pt of 10£ - 12s - 7d } allowed by ye supvisor ................................} sum totallis ... 00 - 02 - 07 50 - 01 - 05 £ s d The whole Inven: being ....... 301 - 07 - 00 deductions ................... 050 - 01 - 01 05 remaines ..................... 251 - 06 - 04 06 {being divided into 3 pts } {each executrs: pte is ...}.... 083 - 15 - 18 - 10 this latter summe of 83£ - 15s - 10d } being the wives pte of the Inventory } by Executrship. deducted out of } £ s d ye cleer Invent: of 251£ 06s 5d ...} 167 - 10 - 04 8 there will remaine due to John ...} & Charles the 2 other Executrs ...} the sume of .....................................} of wch summe of 167£ - 15s - 08d Deemster Edward Christian} is obliedged of and in ------- -------- -------to them and }...... 040 - 00 -------- their pt of 60£ the wife haveing ----- ------ } more to be deducted as paid for ye heyre as benevolence } out of ye Estate, as appeares under ye Commessionrs hands } ........ 003 - 12 - ------ on Regard ....................................................} Also Legacies approved of by ye Supvisor, as appeares } under his hand the summe of ......................}.................. 031 - 13 - 00 more to be deducted as the ffunrall charges of ...........} Charles Stanley junr one of ye Executors, Oct: 20, 1674}............... 004 - 03 - 06 summe 079 - 08 - 06 Cleeer 088 - 07 - 09 of wch summe of 88£ - 06s - 10d, deemster Christian ..................} is to pay to John Stanley as his and } his deceadt bro: pts (besides use 5 yeares next Michealmas the sum of } 040 - 00 - 00 And the mother is to pay her sd sone John as his } & his brothers pt in her hands ...............}..................... 47 - 06 - 10 The sd 2 latter summes are ye whole that is due to Jo: ---- ----- [Bottom is crumbled away.] ----- ----- [next page] note that these pticulrs: are to be yett regulated £ s d 1 As bequeathed by John Undrell to Mrs Parker ......... 02 - 00 - 00 2 Also legacies bequeathed by him to John & } Thomas Ottiwell wch is paid by her .....}........... 00 - 06 - 00 3 Also such goods belonging ot John Whetston } as was prized in ye Inventory of Mr Charles} Stanley to be deducted ...................}..... 00 - 15 - 00 4 Also other disbursemts: for servts: wages & } other thinges as appeare by pticulrs: }......... 09 - 00 - 01 Decemb: 2d, 1678 The Supvisor Major Richard Stevenson and Mr. for and in the behalfe of John Stanley and Mr. Wm: Parker in ye behalfe of himself and his wife, came this day to the Records, ad have computed all the accompts touching the In= =ventory of Mr Charles Stanley deceased, and thre appeares to be due unto John Stanley for his own pte, and his brothers that dyed the just summe of ........................... 089£ - 10 - 04 of wch summe there is in ye hands } of Mr Deemster Edward Christian }.... 040 - 00 - 00 And in ye hands of Mr Wm: Parker ....... 049 - 10 - 04 totalis 89 - 10 - 00 signed & acknowledged before us wittnesses Rich: Stevenson Edw: Christian Will: Parker Ed: Curghey John Stanley Rich: Fox Regist: [next page] John Otiwell & wives Their acquittance July ye 24th 1673 Then Received from ye hands of our Brother Willim: } Parker, in full of our Brother Mr Charles Standly } his Legacy of five pounds, And alsoe in full of a } vij£ Legacy of two pounds, from John Undrell (alias } ffather John) wch sumes makes complet seven } pounds received from ye sayd Willim: Parker in } 7£ full of ye abovesayd Legacies as wittnesse our } hands ye day & yeare abovesayd By us fore ye true } receipt of seven pounds ........................... } witt: John Ottiwell John Norris Maray Ottiwell Samuell Ottiwell her marke [next page] Know all men by these present, that (whereas Charls Stanley late of Balacagoe in the Isle of Mann Gent: by his last will and Testament amongst other things bequeathed & appointed Mary Stanly his then wife Executrix of his said last will and Testament to pay to Thomas Christian of Leverpoole in the County of Lancaster Merchant the summe of twenty pounds ----eling in full payment and discharg of all and singuler the filiall porcon or porcons due to Thomas Stanley sonn of the said Charls Stanley, Which said Thomas Stanley the said Thomas Christian had under his charge since the death of the said Charls Stanley) Now further Know yee, The said Thomas Christian for and in consideration of the summe of twenty pounds sterling ---im in hand paid by William Parker and Mary Parker his now wife late the Relict of the said Charls Stanly and Execx: --- his last Will and Testament before the Ensealing and delivery hereof the receipt whereof Hee the said Thomas Christian doth hereby acknowledg and thereof doth acquitt exonerate and discharg the said William Parker & Mary Parker his wife Execx: as aforesaid Hath Remised released and for ever quite claimed And by these presents doth as well on behalfe of the said Thomas Stanly as of himselfe his Execrs: & Adm: remise release and for ever quite claime unto the said William Parker and Mary Parker his wife theire Execrs: Admrs: and every of them All and all manner of Action or otetious cause or causes of Accon Bills Bonds Specialties Bequests Legacies dilial portion or portions debts and demands whatsoever wch may be due to the said Thomas Stanly out of any the Estate of the said Charls Stanly or which the said Thomas Christian his Execrs: or Admrs: may claime or demand on behalfe of the said Thomas Stanly for any matter cause or thing whatsoever from the begining of the World untill the day of the daie hereof In wittnes whereof The said Thomas Christian hath hereto putt his hand and seale the fifteenth day of April anno dmi: one Thousand six hundred seaventy and six Thomas Christian Sealed & delivred in prseynce of Thomas Chapman Major Liverpoole Execut in prence Sam: Ffarake Agent & Publ: James Vaiers sert: clerk Liverpool at Maies, Liverpool Charles Christian [next page] Jan: ye 27th 1671 Then recd: From ye hands of Willim: Parker Gentl: the some of three pounds twelve shillings stirling, upon ye accoumpt of ye heire of Ballacagin Being benivolence money; unto our Honble: Lord Charles Earle of Derby, due to bee paid by their Father Mr Charles Stanley as wee doe certify to ye vicar genlls: & to bee placed wholy upon ye heire of Ballacagin, as wee comir: doe wittnesse our hands ye day and yeare above of ye receipt of ye sume of wee doe aprove of this acquittance & doe desire my Lords Athurney to Receive the said sume & to signe this upon the Receipt these Hen: Norris Richd: Stevenson Tho: Norris The said summe is Received by me ye day & yeare abovesd Willm: Qualtrough [next page] John Whetston paper ffive pounds six shillings three p----[torn] halfe pennie is to bee allowed of this noat on the Deads part: if allowed by Rich: Stevenson noat that the 3 pte of this five pound six shill: is to be pd by the mother November the 5, 1667 to Charles Stanley It: to me for 3 ston of iron ....................... ----[torn] It: desember the 23 paid hime moneys ............... 3 - ----[torn] It: ---- January the 18 paid hime .................. 5 - ----[torn] Itt: for a paire of shues .......................... 0 - ----[torn] It: October the 29, 689 in Moneys .................. 0 - ----[torn] It: for a quairte of brandy ........................ 0 - ----[torn] 9 - 11 ----[torn] by me Charles Stanley the rest was taken out of Mr Robinson good before I ----[torn] them which was dellivered by Edward Redfferne to make up the tenn pounds twelve shillings seaven pence [next page] Know all men by these presents, That wee Ewan Churghey gentleman, Charles Stanley of Balla caking gentleman, John Christian of Miltowne esquire and Edward Christian his sonn, doe hereby owe and stand indebted unto John Black of Ramsay merchant, The full and just summe of seven score and ffifteene pounds of currant and Lawfull English monies, for the wch paymt well and true to be paid to him the sd John Blacke his heires, executors, administrs: and assignes, we bind ourselves our heires executors administors and assignes in the whole and for the whole joyntly and severally firmely by these presents sealed wth our seales and dated this tweenty ninth of October 1664 The Condition of this obligation is such that if they the above bounden Charles Stanley, Ewan Curghey, John Christian and Edward Christian theire heires executors administrs: and assignes doe well and truely pay or cause to be paid unto the abovesd John Blacke his heires eecutrs administrs: or assignes the full and just summe of three scoore and seventeene pounds teen shillings of currant and lawfull English monies, at one intime payment at or upon the first of December rent, in the now dwelling house of John Blacke, and alsoe doe well and truely pay to him the sd John Blacke, his executrs administrs or assignes the full use for the afforesd summe after the raite of two shillings per pound, or longe as the sd monies shall be unpaid that ----[edge] this present obligation to be voyd and of none effect, or ----[edge] wise to stand in full fource, power, and effect in the La----[edge] Signed sealed and delivrd in the presents Ed: Curghey of us Charles Stanley Rich: Ffox John Christian John Wattleforth Edw: Christian Hugh Blacke ffeb ye 13th 1670 we whose names are subscribed doe hereby acknowledge the wthin prmisse to be as well our owne act and deed as the Act and deed of the wthin named Charles Stanley and Ewan Curghey as wittness our hands the day and yeare before the wthin wittnesses John Christian Edw: ------[torn] [next page] A true accompt of what moneys I ha----[torn] disbursted out in ye yeare 1670: Imprimis £ s d put out at ye fells ......................... 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for cardes ............................. 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for ropes .............................. 00 - 01 - 08 Itt: for slates ............................. 00 - 03 - 06 Itt: for 3 barrells of lime ................. 00 - 04 - 06 Itt: for ropes .............................. 00 - 03 - 06 Itt: for slates ............................. 00 - 03 - 00 Item for 3 barrells of lime ................. 00 - 04 - 06 Itt: for ropes .............................. 00 - 02 - 06 Itt: for linen cloath ....................... 00 - 04 - 06 Itt: for smale linen cloath ................. 00 - 09 - 00 Itt: for trufe .............................. 00 - 05 - 00 Itt: for latts .............................. 00 - 09 - 00 Itt: for ropes .............................. 00 - 01 - 06 Itt: for taylor worke ....................... 00 - 01 - 04 Itt: to Anne, Joanee & Kathrine } Jonsone for a legate left by } .......... 00 - 02 - 00 father John .................} Ittt: for trufe ............................. 00 - 05 - 00 Itt: for pitch and oguum for ye } boate .................... }............ 00 - 03 - 06 Itt: for fells worke ........................ 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: for knitting of stockins ............... 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for ye Summer .......................... 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: to Nicolas Hanley for slateing ......... 00 - 05 - 06 Itt: for salt ............................... 00 - 18 - 00 Itt: for rent ye 18th of July ............... 06 - 10 - 00 Itt: for tinckling .......................... 00 - 00 - 03 Itt: to my mother ........................... 01 - 00 - 00 Itt: for snuffe ............................. 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: for stores[?] .......................... 00 - 01 - 04 Itt: for weaveing ........................... 00 - 08 - 00 Itt: for whitining of cloath ................ 00 - 01 - 04 Itt: to ye waterbelley[?] ................... 00 - 03 - 00 Itt: for silke buttons & thred .............. 00 - 01 - 10 Itt: for galoone buttons & salt ............. 00 - 08 - 00 Itt: to Master Loocay for his legatt ........ 00 - 10 - 00 summ 09 - 00 -----[fold] [next page] £ s d Itt: for mowing ........................... 00 - 19 - 00 Itt: to Henry Maddrell for gelding ........ 00 - 01 - 06 Itt: to ye mazners ........................ 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for fish ............................. 00 - 00 - 05 Itt: to Nicholas Quagin ................... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: to Jo: Galloway } for workeing in ye } ................... 00 - 02 - 00 garden ...........} Itt: for ye mowers ........................ 00 - 04 - 00 Itt: to Anthony Hallsell for } coales .................}............. 00 - 03 - 00 Itt for showinge of ye } mare ..............} .................. 00 - 00 - 10 Itt: for salt for ye fishing ..........} and other expences (salt excepted) }... 00 - 18 - 04 Itt: for macherells ....................... 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: for macherells ....................... 00 - 01 - 8 Itt: for whithing of cloathe .............. 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for walling .......................... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: for rent ............................. 01 - 10 - 00 Itt: for woosted .................} for stockins for my husband ...}........ 00 - 05 - 04 Itt: for rent ............................. 00 - 10 - 00 Itt: to Jo: Boordman for } weaveing.............} ................ 00 - 04 - 00 Itt: for copes ............................ 00 - 00 - 08 Itt: for ye pluwrite ...................... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: for knitting ......................... 00 - 00 - 08 Itt: for graseing of ye ..} coalts in KK Marowne }............... 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for farrister money .................. 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: to James Comish ...................... 00 - 09 - 06 Itt: to fisher ............................ 00 - 13 - 00 Itt: to Daniell Harrison .................. 00 - 08 - 00 Itt: to ------- --------in ................ 00 - 07 - 00 Itt: to Isbell Ransome .................... 00 - 03 - 00 Itt: to Mary Sansbury ..................... 00 - 05 - 00 Itt: to Cristian Skelly ................... 00 - 03 - 00 Itt: to Margret Costen .................... 00 - 03 - 00 Itt: to Nich: Qaugin ...................... 00 - 06 - 00 Itt: to a person .......................... 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: to Mr Locay .......................... 00 - 20 - 07 Itt: to ye mazner ......................... 00 - 00 - 04 Itt: to Daniell Harrison .................. 00 - 00 - 06 [next page] Itt: to Will: Quigin ...................... 00 - 04 - 00 Itt: to Will: Quale ....................... 00 - 02 - 06 Itt: for weaveing ......................... 00 - 05 - 06 Itt: to Rich: Corrin ...................... 00 - 06 - 00 00 - 18 - 00 Novembr ye 10th 1670 The one halfe of all these pticulrs is to be deducted out of ye Inventory of Mr Charles Stanley being sworn by his wife to be a just accompt in Cort where the sup= =visor was present Note that these ensuing disbursments are not yett examined Itt: to Will: Guile ....................... 00 - 02 - 09 Itt: for fish ............................. 00 - 05 - 00 Itt: for knitting ......................... 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: to Paule Christian ................... 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: to Will: Corkill ..................... 00 - 02 - 02 Itt: for cloath ........................... 00 - 03 - 06 Itt: for bindings ......................... 00 - 00 - 06 Itt: for Rent of ye Langh ................. 00 - 05 - 00 Itt: to Isabell Ransome ................... 00 - 00 - 04 Itt: for hempe ............................ 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for expences ......................... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: for fish ............................. 00 - 01 - 06 Itt: for winniker and peger ............... 00 - 02 - 00 Itt: for rent ............................. 01 - 10 - 00 Itt: to Will Quale in moult ............... 00 - 1 - 03 Itt: to ye Corowner ....................... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: to Rich: Corrin ...................... 00 - 07 - 00 Itt: for a paire of shouse } for Tho: .............}............... 00 - 03 - 00 Itt: paid to Mr. Locay for } Michlemas .............} .............. 01 - 00 - 04 Itt: paid to Jo: Murrey for } necessities of ye house } ............ -- - -- - 00 Itt: paid for herrings .................... 01 - 07 - 00 Itt: paid to Jo: Norris ................... 02 - 00 - 00 Itt: paid for a spade ..................... 00 - 01 - 08 Itt: paid to John Quale for --ousef[?] .... 00 - 20 - 00 Itt: paid for rent ........................ 01 - 10 - 00 08 - 02 - 0----[edge] [next page] pade for bouls ......................... 00 - 01 - 00 paid to John Wetston ye sum of ......... 10£ - 00s - 00d Septr: ye 23th 1671 Disb: to John Quaile of Ramsey in full } besyd for use of } £ s d of all demands until ye day above sayd } 16 - 10 - 00 From ye Begining of ye World satisfied } for his bond absolutly of 70£ 10s } paid to Steward Norris for ye } rent of my Lord Meddow for ye yeare 70 }....... 01 - 10 - ----[torn edge] paid to Tho: Claige ye sum of ..................... 01 - 05 - ----[torn edge] paid Robt: Boardman and since to his ............. 1 - 6 - ----[torn edge] sone & daughter ............................... 2 - 13 - 4 paid Jo: ---w all upon father Johns } accoumpt ........................}........... 0 - 6 - 0 Aprill ye first payd to Mary Mazon as apeares by her Bill ..... 5 - 14 - 0 paid John Norris hatter ....................... 2 - 0 - 0 Anne Jones .................................... 0 - 1 - 0 Widdow Lawranson both upon ye accompt } of father Jo: will ..............}........ 0 - 1 - 0 And 2 peeces of Gould given to myselfe by father Jo: wch must bee paid out of the childrens parte Jan: ye 2u: then paid to my Lords Attorney the summe of 3£ - 12s being upon ye heni[?] accoumpt for bend volance money to my Lord: Mary Otiwell her portion ................. 20£ Mar ye first 71: paid to Leistent Norris 14s upon Mr Standleys accoumpt for 2 hourses & a coult sent unto him to ye calfe in his life paid to Jo: Norris ye Steward 1 10s due ------ Standleys trind[?] of by his acquittance for ye Lords Meadowe May ye 25th 1671: Then paid unto Jo: Whetston 19£ 7s 5d as by his acquittance, upon Mr Stand-----[edge] accoumpt Tho: Stanley his portion 20£ -------[in fold] ------ ----- ye -----dioomai[?] & m--[?] ------ [dark] ------ ---- his -----g----- July ye 7th 1673 paid to Jo: Otiwell ye sume of 7£ wch was given by pre[?] will of Mr Stanley 5£ & ye will of Jo: Underall 2£ as appeares by their wills & ye said Jo: Otiwells Bill November ye 7th 1673: payd then to my Gossippe Clucas 3£ 17s By order of ye Vicar Genll: payd to Widdow Cotteene as by her claime and Sr Char: Stanlys Bill appeareth ye sume of 3£ 4s --- wch I have her discharge ................. [next page] £ s d 1 - 4 - 0 0 - 10 - 0 0 - 10 - 0 20 - 00 - 0 05 - 14 - 0 02 - 00 - 0 01 - 00 - 0 00 - 10 - 0 31 - 13 - 00 This summes above are to bee deducted out of the deads pte, also Charles funerall chardged ----t of his are pte of goods, & all theise bills ---ead & to bee put on Records by Mr Parker & --to bee out of the whoole, wch I desire[?] you have ----ard to ptye: yr frend Rich: Stevenson ----ise[?] to Mr Ffox ---egister ---e to be deducted as allowed of by ye } ---visor ...............................} ....... 03£ - 08s - 08d [next page] An accompt of what money was put out at ye funerall Imprimis To Jo: Ottiwell for wine ........... 00 - 06 - 00 Itt: to Jo: Pigard for gloaves ..... 00 - 10 - 06 Itt: for ye coffin ................. 00 - 04 - 06 Itt: to Anthony Hallsell for } beare ....................}.... 00 - 08 - 00 Itt: for gloaves bought } at Duglas ..........}.......... 01 - 00 - 04 Itt: for proveing ye will ......... 00 - 01 - 00 Itt: for sugar .................... 00 - 03 - 00 Item cheeses & butter ............. 00 - 09 - 00 Itt: for peper .................... 00 - 01 - 00 ------ [dark] ------- ------ ------ ------ [dark] -------seeds .......... 00 - 00 - 04 Itt: to Ann Nelsone ............... 00 - 01 - 06 Item: for 2 dayles ................ 00 - 02 - 07 Item: for buringe money .......... 00 - 03 - ---- Nov: ye 10th 1670 The above pticulrs: are wholey to be deducted out of ---- Inven: of Mr Charles Stanley, being aproved by ye Cort, and ye supvisor [next page] Octobr: ye 6th 1676 Received then att & from ye hands } of Willm: Parker ye sume of } sixteene shillings by order from } ye vicar Genlls: being a cow price} 16 wch Mr Stanley of Ballacagen did } owe unto me Mareye Otiwell as } wittnesse my hand ye day above } Mary Ottiwell her X mrke Likewise I doe acknowledge ye re= =ceipt of ye sume above sayd being admir: to my Brother Otiwell in liue of all demands wtsoever Thomas -----[fold & torn] wittnesse hereof John Barry Phillip Brew [next page] Libre Cancell p------[dark] xviij July 1674 Mr Wm Qualtrough Atturney Genrll: for our honrble: Lord for and in ye name and behalf of Kathrin Christian als Saint widdow complaineth agt: Mrs Mary Parker, and ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley late deceased, ffor de= teyning from her the Compt of ye sume of tenn shill: sterl: due debt as she will make to appear; And prayeth pcess &c: p me Rich: Tyldesley Cleric Rolut [next page] s John Par .................... 01 - 0 for a cleame ................ 0 - 04 - to the Lockman ............. 0 - 08 for charging the } wittnes.......}......... 02 to my Lords aturner..... 06 the howle is .... 00 - 01s - 11s [next page] Court Chardges entring ye Acion[?] ................. 6d ye ffirst nonappearance ............. 4 ye Seacond .......................... 1s ye Coppy ............................ iijd February ye 8th 1674 Received then from ye hands of Willm: Parker } of Ballacagin gentl: ye sume of t---- shillings } and eight pence as ye order within menconed with } 19s - 8d ye Courts charges as appeares; I say received by mee } the sume of .........................................} Katherine Christian In ye prsence of alias Saint Cuthbert Prescott her K mark Mary: Samsbury her M mark [slip of paper] July 13, 1670 Received of my cousin Mrs Mary Stanley for mid- Summer quarter 1s-4d, I say received the day & yeare above written by me Hen: Lowcay [next page] Libr: Cancell 1674 18 July 1674 Mr William Qualtrough Att: generale for our h-----[dark] Lord for and in ye name & behalfe of Kathrin Christian als Saint widdow complaineth against Mrs Mary Parker & ye Exrs: of Mr Cha: Stanley late deceased for deteyning from her ye Compto: of ye summe of xs[10s] due debt as she will make to appeare; And prayeth process &c 17 Decembr: 1674 This day ye deffendt: appeard and uppon hearing of ye cause, and ye evidence taken in Court ye summe of eight shillings three pence, wth four pence for entring a clayme in ye Spirituall Court appeares to be due to ye pett: from ye deffendt: And albeitt but that ye one halfe of ye said summe is due from ye said deffendt: Mrs parker in her own behalfe, the other halfe by Mr Rich: Stevenson Super= visor of ye Children is condiscended to be paid ye pett:, soe yt ye whole of viijs vijd is by ye Court ordered and awarded the pett: with ye charges of this Court p me Johannem Parre deput Cleric Rolut [next page] Mr Charles Standley promisseing himselfe to pay this debt unto ye claimer (as is deposed) therby becomes pperly to be his owne debt, there fore ye same being entered, & pved within ye yeare & a day in forme of Law as ye ministr hath certifyed, It is hereby ordered yt ye said Mr Stanleys Exrs pay ye Deads part thereof within 14 days otherways ye Sumner to comitt them to St Germans prison or a souljer from ye next Garr= =ison in case of disobediance, & this shalbe your discharge dated November ye 8th 1672 Jo: Harrison P: Thompson to ye Sumpnr of KK Abory upon ye Sumpnrs: affidavid [a slip of paper, a copy of the above] Mr Charles Stanley pmissing himselfe to pay this debt unto ye clamer (as is deposed) therby becomes pperly to be his own debt, Ther fore ye same being entered and proved within ye yeare and day in fforme of law, as the Mi= =nister hath certifued; It is hereby ordered that the sd Mr Stanleys Executrs: pay the deads pt therof wthin 14 dayes, otherwise the Sumnr to comitt them into St Germans prisson, or a souldjer from ye next Garrisson in case of disobedience, And this shall be their discharge dated November ye 8th 1672 Joh Harrison pson P Thompson To ye Sumnr of KK Arbory upon ye Sumners affidavit [next page] Mar: ye 26th 1671 Edward Cluage hath according to Lawe in presence of ye supervisors & widdowe hath deposed ye 8s for ye bedsteed and neeneteene shillings due for an oxe, and thother ffifty shill: is left till ye meeteinge of ye vicar genlls: to bee better satis= =fyed in & toucheing ye same beingyt it was a debt due to ye mother & booth parties now deade Tho: Parre March ye 31th 71 If Edward Cluage depose in forme of Lawe with Compurgtors upon ye grave of Mr Charles Standley yt ye sayd Mr Standley became debtr: unto him for ye debt above menconed, ye minister may then administr: ye oath, otherwaise hee cannot expect any thing ye debt being formerly due to his mother Jo: Harrison Pat: Thompson Mar ye 3d 1670 Edw: Cluage enters his claime against ye exrs: of Mr Charles Standley for 8s due by Specialtie & for one oxe sould him for 19s & for fifty shilling more due to him for 2 oxen sould him by his brothr: Tho: Cluage all due debt as hee will make to appeare & craveth prosses Concordat per March ye 20th 1670 Jo: Hudlston Regr: Archd: [slip of paper] --- November 1672 The overseer of Mr Charles Stanley children doth desire to bee satisfied, by declaring under the vicars generlls: hands wheather yea or noe, they are to pay to Ed: Clauge a debt due to his mother not having sworne before Sr Tho Parr the debt to be due being Referred by Sr Tho: to the meet ing of the rest of the Vicars Genrll: Rich: Stevenson Edward Claygg hath deposed with compurgators according to ye Viccars Genrall order a debt of fourty five shillings, upon Mr Charles Stanley wch said summe Edward Clayg hath sworne upon ye grave according to Law, this 30th of April 1671 I remember Edward Cluayg tooke his oath that Mr Stanley promisd him paymt personally concerning that debt due to ye mother of Ed: Cluage, signed ut supra ----- [next page] The abovesd Edw: is admitted to ye grave of ye sd Mr Stanley deceased in forme of Lawe ye suprvisors haveing due notice of ye day, time & place Tho: Parre 6th of Novr: 1672 The overseers of Mr Charles Standley children doth desire to bee satisfyed, by declareing under ye vicar genlls: hands wheather yea or noe, they are to pay to Edward Cluage a debt due to his mother not haveing sworne before Sr Tho: Parre ye Debt to bee due, It being referred by Sr: Tho: to ye meeteing of ye rest of ye vicar genlls: Rich Stevenson Edw: Cluage hath deposed with Compurgators acc----[edge] to ye vicar genlls: order, a debt of 45s upon Mr Charles Standley wch said some Edw: Cluage hath sworne upon ye Grave according to Law, this 30th April 1671 I remembr Edw: Cluage tooke his oath ye Mr Stanley promised him paymt personally concerning ye Debt due to ye Mother of Edward Cluage signed ut supra R:S: [next page] November ye 7th 1673 Wee doe acknowledge to have received From my Gossippe Mr William Parker of Ballacagin by order from ye Spiritull Court in behalfe of his wife, & children being exrs: to Mr Charles Stanly the sume of three pounds seaventeene shillings due to us from ye said Mr Stanly as wittness both our hands & markes ye day & yeare above written In the presence of us Eward Cluage Richard Parker his E Marke John Walker Alice Cluage his JW Marke her X Marke will of Edward Clague's mother: ArW 1661A #112 Malew, of Margery Clague alias Fargher, dated 21 March 1660/1: son William Clague, dau Ellin; grandchild Jaine Corrin, grandchild Ellin Clague, son in law John Corrin (?md Ellin); dau Isabel (not married at this time); son Edward (apparently older than Wm), brother Nicholas Clague[?Fargher] will of Edward's brother: ArW 1668A #28 Arbory, of William Clague junior, of Ballyfodda and Ballybegg: sister Ellin Clague, nephew William Clague son of brother Thomas, sister Isabel, niece Jane Corrin, nieces Alice & Ann Clague daughter to brother Edward, niece Ellin Clague dau to brother Thomas, Isable & Ann, Richard Clague son of brother Thomas and his son William, sister in law Ellin Clague alias Kewley, John Clague of the Greeny More, John Cubbon drum [slip of paper] I Charles Stanley of Ballacagin doe acknowledg and confes to owe and stand in debted to Henr: Cotteene of Castletowne ye full and Just somme of three pounds foure shillings wch sd some I doe buynd my self execrs: and assignes duly & truly: to be paid to ye sd Henry, to ye performance theire of in witnes my hand februry: ye 15th 1663 Charles Stanley [NOTE: Henry Cotteen, ArW 1668A #30 Malew, named Captain Charles Stanley as supervisor of his children John & Ann & Amy & others; his wife was Isabel Cotteen alias Cowne / Cowin, not Cowle as it is wrongly recorded here.] will of Henry Cotteen: ArW 1668A #30 Malew, of Henry Cotteen, dated 21 July 1668, wife Isabel Cowin is alive: wife Isabel Cowin, son John, dau Ann, dau Amy, other children, supervisors: Captn (Charles) Stanley, Robert Calcot, Robert Shimmin, Richard Watterson, Thomas Killey Malew parish register: Hen: Cotteen buried 30 July 1668 Malew parish register: Issable Cotten als Cown buried 8 December 1695 will of Isabel: ArW 1695A #09 Malew of Isabel Cotteen alias Cown: son John & his children left a garden & croft; son Charles; dau Amey; dau Ann left house & garden; grandchild Ferdinand, [next page] I Charles Stanley of Balacagin doe acknowlegh and confes to oew and stand in debted to Henery Coghinge of Castell towen the full and just sum of three pounds fore shilings which sayd sum I doe bind myselef execurters and asines duly and truly to be payd to the sayd Henery to the performance thereof in wittnes my hand Charles Stanley february the 15 1663 [next page] Jannary ye sixth 1674 Then Received from ye hands of Willm: Par= } ker gentl: in lew of a Bill (under ye hand of } Mr Charles Stanley Beareing date ye fifteeneth } of ffebruary 1663) of three pounds fower } shillings: received from ye sayd Willm: Parker } ye sayd sume of three pounds fower shillings } iij£ -----[edge]) ye day & yeare above sayd wch sayd sume } I doe promiste to repay unto ye waid Willm: } Parker If ye viccar Genlls: & ye overseers } of Mr Stanleys children doe not approve } of ye sayd Bill under Mr Char: Stanleys } his hand being without wittnesse as } witnesse my hand for ye Just receipt } of the sume of ................................} By mee, Isable Cotteene wittness hereof alias Cowne Richard Parker my X marke the mark W of Willm: Quickin [slip of paper] This is to sertiffie you yt I am paid in ye behalffe off ffather John money which I did not get as yet by mee Anne Jones [slip of paper] June 13th 1670 Know all men by these presence that I Ellin --aicson[?] hath Receved at the hands of Mrs Marie Stanlaye the some of 1s which father John left mee, I say recved by mee Ellin Jonson .......................... 1s [slip of paper] March the first 1671/2 Then Received from Mrs William } Parker in the behalfe of his wife for } the gresseinge of 2 horses & 1 colt } in the Calfe Isle, they being by Capt } £ s d Stanley scored in his life tyme in the yeare } 00 - 14 - 00 of our lord God 1669: I say received } by mee the same of fourteene shillings } as wittnesse my hand the day and } yeare above sd ............................ } John Norris wittness hereof fferd: Calcott [next page] This is to sertiefie to whom it may conscearne that I Elenor Keoley leate wife of Tho: Cloage doe acknowledge & confess my selfe to have rece ived of Mrs Stanley ye just & full sum of 1£-5s besid es feeses which was due unto me to my children for wch sum, I doe acquitt & discharse her heaires executors & assignes for ever, as witnes my neame & mark this 13 Jun 1671 Elenor Keoley my mark X [next page] February ye Last 1674/5 Received then from ye hands of William } Parker gentl: of Ballakagan ye whole & } just sume of fower pounds sterlinge due } from Mr Charles Stanley & his exrs: as } iiij £ appeares by our claime entered Novemr: } ye 10th 1670: wee say Received ye sume of } In presence of us By us Jo: Boardman Edward Redferon my X Marke my ER marke Alice Waine the E marke of Ja: Madderell Richard Parker [next page] February the 5th 1671 Rec'd from ye hands of Mrs Parker } the sume of fforty shillings wch was } lent money unto Mr Charles Stanley } xxxxs [40s] of Ballacagin, I say rec'd the summ of } as wittnesse my hand John Norris wittnesse hereof his marke J John Quill his Q marke Humphrey Sedden [next page] Feb: ye 18th 1673/ I doe acknowledge to have rec'd in ye behalfe of my } wife, & her former husband Jo: Black of Ramsey } From Mr Parker, & his wife, in ye behalfe of Mr } Charles Stanley deceaced of Ballacagin ye sume } xv----[edge] of seaventeene pounds ten shillings current } money of England, I say received ye sume of } per me John Quaile In presence of us William Christian Samuell Minvelt [next page] Receaved this 10th of October 1670 from Mrs } Marey Stanley the summ of teen pounds } £ s d sterl: beeinge parte of my wifes portion, I say } 10 - 00 - 00 Receaved this day the summ of ...............} Doe allsoe acknowledge to have receaved before upon this accompt this summ of tenn pounds soe doe by these presents doe acknowledge the receipt of twenty pound in all as wittness my hand this 10th of Octor 1670 John Ottiwell witnesses hereunto David Murrey June ye 8th 1671 Jo: Whetstone John Ottiwell appeared this day in Cort and Ewan Christian acknwledgeth ye above receipt to be and his wives act & deed, and therefore to be [next page] Receaved this 10th of October 1670, from the hands } of my daughter in law Mrs Marey Stanley, a peece } £ of gold of twenty shillinge; beeing A legasie left } 01 -----[fold] mee by my sonn Charles Stanley, I say receaved the } sum of ................................................} Margret Stanley wittnesses hereunto her mrke John Ottiwell MS Ewan Christian [next page] September ye 29th 1670 Then rec'd from ye hands of Mrs Stanley for ye } Racke-rent of my Lords Meddow att Ballacagin } the sume of thirty shillings as wittness my } xxxs[30s] hand the day and eyare above sayd, I say rec'd } £ s d the sume of ...................................} 1 - 10 - 00 pme John Norris witnesse hereof Richard Ffox Antho: Halsall [next page] Aprill the first, 1671 Then received at and from the hands of } Mrs Mary Stanley (als Christian of Balla } cagen) the full and entyre summ of five } £ s d pounds fourteen shillings (for and in the } 05 - 14 - 00 behalfe of herselfe, and executors of her } deceased husband) I say received the sum of } by mee witnesses Mary Mazon her X marke Jo: Whetstone Tho: Norris June ye 8th 71: this is Reccorded by ye Supvisors John Wattleworth approbacon [next page] Sept ye 6th 70: Mr: Will: Staneley entrs: his clame against the Executrs of his cosin Mr Charles Staneley for the summe of xij£ sterl: due debt as hee can make to appeare and craveth tryall, of wch vj£ in moneys, & x[10] bou: of barley sent for England upon ye sd Mr Charles Stanley his accompt & 4 bowles & a fir: of see barley, all wch makes up ye summe of xij£ aforesd: & craveth tryall accordingly note that ye see bar: was at 8s p boule Sept: ye 6th 70: John Ottiwell entrs: his clame against ye Executrs: of his brother in law Mr Charles Stanley for all such moneys, and goods as by any manner of way was and is yett due to his wife (ye sister of ye sd Mr Staneley) also for ye summe of sixe shillings sterl: due upon ye death of John Undrell as can bee made to appeare, & craveth tryall also for ye sume of xls more bequeathed her by John Undrell aforesd to be paid her by her mother, but now payable by ye sd Mr Stanleys Executrs: & wife being lyable by events[?] to pay all her debts also for ye price of a cow Novembr: ye 7th: Ellinor Kewley enters her clame against ye executors of Mr Charles Stanley for ye summe of xxvs sterl: due debt and craveth tryall No: ye xth[10th] 70: John Norris entrs: for five pounds sterl: No: xth[10th]: Robt Boardman entrs: his clame for ffour pounds sterl: agst: ye execrs: of Mr Charles Stanley and craveth tryall Janry: 23d 1670/ Wm Quiggin entrs: agst ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley for ye summe of eight pounds sterl: or ye benifitt of his bargaine of a certaine pcell of Land morgadged to him for ye sd summe, and craveth tryall etc: March ye 1st 70: Esable Cotteen als Cown enters her claime in behalfe of herselfe & husbands Executrs: for ye summe of Three pounds five shillings sterl: against ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley & craveth tryall Aprill 25th 1671: Mr: John Whetstone enters against ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley for ffortie four pounds sterl:, & craveth tryall eod: die: David Murrey enters p xij£ & craveth tryall June 14th 1671: Mr: Wm Qualtrough Atturney enters for 15s Aprill 22nd 1671: Mr John Murrey entrs: against ye executors of Mr Charles Stanley for ye summe of nienteene pounds sterl: wch by bond himselfe & Mr Ewan Christian is concerned to pay jointly & sevrally, wch being ye debt of ye sd Mr Christian, was at his will makeing ordered by him as since[?] appeares on Record to be paid out of ye pffitt of ye estate of Ronaldsway which ye clamer accordingly expects, or -------con ----[dark] ---- Mr Stanleys Executrs: [next page] To ye Revrnd parson John Harrisson, Sr: Patr: Thompson ----[dark edge] Tho: Parr, viccars Genrall of the Isle The humble petition of Margrt: Stanley widdow Sheweth That whereas you peticonr & her daugh ter in law made two peeces of cloath betwixt them, & ye one halfe of ye sd cloath, her daughter in law made use of it, & ye other halfe was reserv =ed for your peticonr for her owne use, & soe it is yt: your peticonr pte of ye sd cloath was not made use of at ye tyme of ye praismt of ye goods of her sonne late deceased your peticonrs: pte of ye sd: cloath, was praised wth ye rest of ye goods afforesd, through ye pswasion of ye ovrseer as you peticonr humbly con= ceiveth, & is Like to be Inventoryed wthout shee bee releived therein Therefore, shee humbly desire yt you will bee pleased to comisseratt her condicon; & to grant her your order yt her pte of ye sd cloath be not praised in her sd sonnes goods, being her owne pp goods, & alsoe reserved for herselfe, & in soe doeinge, shee as in duty bound shall nevr cease to pray, &c July ye 19th 1670: If Mrs Mary Stanley doe not make it appeare by oath that ye one halfe of ye cloath menconed in this peticonr is not ye pp right of the peticior, then ye peticonr is to enjoy it; and this is refferred to ye abovesd Mrs Stanleys testimoney because of some infirmities in ye petr: etc P: Thompson Note, Sr: Tho: Parre viccr Tho: Parr Genrall is desired to take young Mrs Stanleys testimoney, & pceed further upon according to law: and if ye sd Mrs Stanley will not sweare, then it is reffered to ye petr: oath [next page] No: ye xth[10th] 1670: The cloath in defferrence --- regard it was devided formrly, and this remaining being then the petcr: pt, and was intended to make her a suit, and in regard that shee granted one yeares cloathing according to te deed of give; wee then be fitt and soe order that shee shall have ye sd cloath as was intended to make her a suit, as aforesd wth out more trouble, dated ut supra Joh: Harrisson Pat: Thompson Tho: Parre June ye 8th 1671: The valuacon of the above cloath (being got of the Inventory) is to b deducted, because it is ordered to ye peticonr [Found several pages later, after the EpW of John Taylor infant, who died 24 March 1669/70:] June ye 9th 1670 The Inv: of Capt: Charles Stanley is to bee brought in wth in 14 dayes sup pena xxs[20s] and bec---- one of ye witnesses to ye will is sick at present, Midsumer day is appointed for proveing ye same [Insereted before EpW 1670E #32 Arbory, of Charles Stanley:] July ye 8th 1670 [torn edge]---- Quayle of Ramsey entrs: his clame against ye Executrs: of Mr Charles Stanley [torn edge]---- summe of xvj£ xs[10s] wth a yeares interest due unto him as hee can make [torn edge]----peare and craveth tryall

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