Goods to the value of £46.15s

Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

  John Johnson     Inventory Ref: H22-667

                             Date of Appraisal:12 August 1673


25th July 1672 allegation of intestacy made by Sussana Johnson of Hertford All S[ain]ts before David Budd


An Inventory of the Goods and Chattells of John Johnson, late of the parish of All Saints Hertford, in the County of Hertf[or]d, deceased, taken and appraised by us Thomas Herricke and James Goodman this twelveth day of August in the yeare of our Lord 1673

his wearing apparell,
ready money                               £10.00.00
Item in his parlour

One Bedsted,
Coard andMatt,
Curteynes and Vallance,
One feather bedd,
two Blanketts,
a coverlid,
two feather bolsters,
two pillowes                               £9.4.00
One Trundle bedd,
cord and Matt,
one feather bed,
two Blanketts,
a bolster
One pillowe                          03.16.00
One Table,
a Livery cupboard,
a glass case,
Looking glasse,
a small deske,
baskett                                01.11.00
Item In the hall

one long Table,
six join stooles,
a presse  cupboard,
one Forme,
four chaires,
a linen Wheele and Reele,
three spitts,
one paire Racks,
two paire Andirons,
a fire shovell,
one Jacke                                  04.13.00
Item In the Little Parlour

one Settle,
one haire cupboard,
a Little Table,
one chaire                        01.03.00
Item In the best Chamber

One bedsted,
Curteyne and Vallence,
one feather bedd,
one Straw bedd,
two feather bolsters,
two pillowes,
a Rugg,

One Trundlebedd,
feather bedd                    03.00.00
One drawing Table,
two joint stooles,
a Cupboard,
two chaires                             03.08.00

Lifestyle and Culture in Hertford

The text of this inventory is taken from the Hertfordshire Records Association publication: Lifestyle and culture in Hertford. wills and Inventories for the parishes of all Saints and st Andrew 1660 – 1725. Edited and with an introdction by Bevrley Adams 1997.

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