Robert Feilden of Great Harwood, Yeoman 1710

Will abstract:
Made 1st November 1710
In possession in fee simple of tenement in Harrup, Forest of Bowland in Yorkshire in possession of Thomas Brewer.
To his wife Elizabeth he leaves the above tenement.
To his son James Feilden after her death.
To Robert Feilden (relationship unclear) remainder.
To daughter Grace Feilden £4 yearly, or maintenance.
In possession of two tenements in Great Harwood by lease of Thomas Hesketh and Roger Nowell.
The above to Elizabeth his wife.
To son James Feilden the Nowell tenement.
To son Thomas the Hesketh tenement.
To Ann, his daughter and wife of George Fool 10s.
To daughter Lydia Hindle £30.
To daughter Mary Feilden £50.
To daughter Ellen Feilden £50.
To son Thomas Feilden £50.
Residue to wife Elizabeth.

Executors: Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Duxbery of Tottleworth.
Witnesses: Tho. Cockshutt, Nemiah Hindle, Edmund Cockshutt

Inventory abstract:
Inventory taken by John Polard, Alexander Nowell, Thomas Feilden
Rooms listed:
Chamber over parlour
Kitchin chamber
Lower chamber
? over the Lower Chamber
Barne (includes coal sacks)

Inventory total £79 4s 10p
Of which £40 is for one tenement under Mr Nowell in lease for years.
Dated 1712

©Barbara Youds: transcribed from original held at Lancashire Archive.