Rober Feilden of Banks in Great Harwood, Husbandman 1672

Will abstract:
Made 1st November 1672
Lease under Thomas Hesketh of a tenement in Great Harwood.
To brother John Feilden the above tenement except a cottage.
If his brother John fails to pay sums of money to other benefactors then the uncle of Roger Feilden, John Feilden, to have the tenement (presumably in trust).
To his brothers and sisters, Robert, Thomas, Alice, Cicelie, Jenet, Marie, Ann residue.
To sister Alice £2 10s.
To Cicelie £2 10s.
To Robert, Thomas, Jenet and Marie £5 each.
To sister Ann £7.
To brother Thomas £12.

Executors: Peter Aspinal and John Feilden of Tottleworth.
Roger signed.

Inventory abstract:
Inventory taken 1 December 1672
Roger Feilden of Bankes
Tenement £80
Two arkes £2 4s
Pair of loomes 10s
Fire iron, tongs, axe etc 15s
Owing by the decedant by John Feilden his brother £4 1s
A seeled (?) bed
Inventory total: £87 19s

©Barbara Youds: transcribed from original held at Lancashire Archive