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*a kerbine 10s a sword and belt 12s ammunition 5s

£ 01-15-00

*a caster hat 14s a felt hat y6 specticles and gilded case y6

£ 00-19-00

*wooden case specticles 2s a broadcloth vest 15s

£ 00-17-00

*a druget coat lined 1£5-0 a druget vest 14s

£ 01-19-00

*a kerey coat 15s, a kerey vest 15s

£ 01-10-00

*a kerey pr breeches 5s, a druget pr breeches 2/6

£ 00-07-06

*a kerey vest 5s, 1 pr stockens 3s, shoes 3/6

£ 00-11-06

*a pr gloves 1/, linen shirts 7/6, a hollon shirt 4/

£ 00-12-06

*an iron kettle 14/, and a little iron pot & hooks 8/

£ 00-15-00

*a great iron pot and pot

£ 01-02-00

*a pot posnett iron 8/, a pewter quart pot 3/6

£ 00-11-06

*a pewter sucking bottle 1/6/12, old pewter 18/, 39£ new pewter 3/18/0

£ 04-17-06

*a great brass kettle 4£, a lesser kettle 30/

£ 05-10-00

*a brass skillet 2/6, a warming pan 10/, a frying pan 3/, a box iron and 2 beaters 2/6

£ 00-18-00

*2 pr stiliards 12/, a small jug 2/, a pr of tongs 3/, a pr ditto 1/

£ 00-18-00

*a great table 12/, a great chest carved 18/

£ 01-10-00

*a feather bed and bolster 4/4/0, a high bedstead seder bed cord & matt

£ 04-16-00

*for glass bottles and earthenware 4/, a great chair 3/

£ 00-07-00

*two old bibles and sermon books 7/, trundle bedstead & cord & leather matt 6/

£ 00-13-00

*an old great wheel and a little wheel 2/, old cards 2/

£ 00-04-00

*a great tray and 3 small trays and one wooded bowl

£ 00-04-00

*a churn and winding blades 2/, 3 tubs /3, pails ½ bushel 1/4 all

£ 00-06-00

*a meal trough 16/, 3 sieves 2/6, old cask 2/

£ 00-06-00


£ 32-05-06

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*2 iron trammells 6/, six chairs 9/, 4 cushions 6/

£ 01-01-00

*a small table 2/, 2 ? stools 2/, a wooden morter 1/, hourg case1/

£ 00-06-00

*an iron candlestick 6£, a striped feather bed and white bolster 3£ all

£ 03-00-06

*a tow ticken feather bed and good bolster

£ 02-10-00

*a small feather bed 1/5/0, a cat tail bolster 2/

£ 01-07-00

*4 feather pillows 17/, 2 lutes of curtains 1/10/0 a piece

£ 03-17-00

*a high bedstead and cord 6/, a low bedstead and cord 4/

£ 00-10-00

*8 coverlids at 12/, a piece six old coverlids 5/ a piece

£ 06-06-00

*a chest with two drawers and lock18/,2 small chests and locks 10

£ 01-08-00

*a looking glass 6/, a syth and tackling 4/

£ 00-10-00

*1 pr of new sheets 18/, six pr of new sheets 15/ a piece

£ 05-08-00

*a holland sheet 12/, 4 laud pillow bers cotton 5/ a piece

£ 01-12-00

*3 holland pillow bers 12/, 7/ a piece

£ 01-01-00

*5 old pillow bers 12/, two great table cloths 12/

£ 01-04-00

*a small table cloth 3/, six napkins ½ worn 1/3/0

£ 00-10-06

*2 cotton napkins 5/, two towels 1/, two rasors 2/

£ 00-08-00

*a nantee & coat shift and gloves, old green apron

£ 01-15-00

*5 childs blankest 18/, a box and small linen trunk & cosy for a child 22/

£ 02-00-00

*a great jug 3/, a small box lock 3/, a gun 1£ a cutlass and bullets 4/

£ 01-10-00

*a pr of hand irons 3/, new iron 8/, a cart rope 4/, a pr of oxen 7£

£ 08-15-00

*5 cows 10£, a hog 1/15/0

£ 11-15-00

*2 steers 2/10/2, yearlings 1/6/0, 12 sheep 3£, an old hog 1£ a young mare

£ 08-16-00

*an old mare 1£, swine 1/10/0, 3 old hogs 4/12, axes 6/, one ax 1/

£ 03-01-00

*7£, feathers 7/, two chamber pots 2/6

£ 00-09-06

*pr half a curring knife 4/6, shoemakers working gear 7/

£ 00-11-06

*lasts and jars with pitch tubs 5/, and piece of kettle 4/, ½ of plow irons

£ 00-15-00

*horse geers all 5/, an ring and staple for a yoke 2/

£ 00-07-00

*a sled 6/, ½ a drought chain 1/9, horse geers 5/

£ 00-12-09

*old sadle and bridle 6/, a wedge 8/, 3 bells 5/

£ 00-11-08

*old pilion cloth and pilion 6/, ½ the irons belonging to a cart and 4 boxes 10/9

£ 00-13-03

*an old cart and wheels 15s/, raw hides 1£1/30

£ 07-08-00

*for tanned leather

£ 13-14-00

*the tanyard and buildings thereto belonging the utinsils belonging tosaid tanyard and a convensency of land for the use of said tanyard and a cart way for the said yard from the county road as it has been and now is all

£ 25-00-00


*the homestead

£ 100-10-00

*bark 1/10/0, the lot by the fresh meadow about 8 acres 16£

£ 17-10-00

*in the plains lot so called 2 acres

£ 04-00-00

*meadow at Solitary Cove so called about 9 acres

£ 36-00-00

*out lands 29 acres 8/14/0 swamp land near Solitary Cove about 8 acres 32/

£ 10-06-00

*a piece of fresh meadow about 9 acres 9£

£ 09-00-00

*money 1£ corn on the ground 1£

£ 02-00-00

Total  

£ 330-11-02

 # 8 Caleb Chidsey


Vol. 4., page 165, 166         

Daniell Chidsey and Ebenezer Chidsey administrators of the Estate of Caleb Chidsey of East Haven, lately deceased: exhibited and Inventory of the Estate of the said which upon their oath was approved for record.  An inventory of the estate of Deacon Caleb Chidsey taken the 30th day of April 1713 as it was presented to us and appraized by us Richard Miles and Abraham Hemingway.  prissed as money                   

In testymonie of the above written we have set ot our hand Sworn in court

   Children named:

      are Daniell 18 yrs old  

      Caleb  16

      Abram  14         

      Mary  11   

Richard Miles

 Abraham Hemingway   

Vol. 4, page 531

Caleb Chedsey in behalf of Ebenezer Chedsey administrator of the estate of Caleb Chedsey late of East Haven deceased exhibited to be added to the inventory the said estate viz          

the remainder of the estate of Caleb Chedsey of East Haven deceased as was apprized by us

Samuel Hotchkiss free holders

Joseph Holt being first sworn

Daniell Chedsey administrator of the estate of Caleb Chidsey late of East Haven deceased exhibited and account of debts due to the said estate amounting to £ 23-2-2 and account of loss £ 3-12-6  as also debts due from said estate £ 14-12-7 and charge of court and administration past and to come £ 4-15-6

the first sum being added to the inventory makes the whole £ 343-13-5 from which deduct the three last sums remaining clear estate £ 320-12-10 the which by order of the court is to be divided into five equal parts two where of the eldest son and a single share to each of the other legatees which rule yields the eldest son £ 128-5-1, 3/5 and to each of the other legatees £ 64-2-6, 4/5 a piece free holdery appointed to divide the same are Abraham Hemingway, Samuel Hotchkiss and Joseph Holt all of East Haven being sworn according to the law and return  of their doings to be made to this court

*8 acres of land lying west from John Smith's house

£ 16-00-00

*a right in undivided land

£ 10-00-00

*a 5th part of 20 acres of 3rd division land on the west side of New Haven

£ 02-08-00

*15 part of 6 acres of land in the Oyster Point qua

£ 02-08-00