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Hidden Figures (PG) is showing in Stanhoe on 7 July.

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Stanhoe’s Open Gardens day on 3 June raised around £2,700 for All Saints’ church.

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Syderstone gardens

Syderstone Open Gardens is on Sunday 25 June.

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Speeding tops discussion at the Parish Council’s annual presentation.

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Hunstanton 22 Jul
00:17 low (1.40m)
05:53 high (6.95m)
12:55 low (1.18m)
18:22 high (7.10m)

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Inventory and will of John Owton, 1595

£54 13s 0d

An inventory of the goods and chattells of John Owton of Stanhow late deceased the 10th day of April 37 Eliz.

Priced by John Howman, John Warner, William Knight, Francis Eaton with others.

 

17 cobe [combe] of barley in the barne, threshed & to thresh, prised at £5 0s 0d
10 busshells of rye in the barne 1 5 0
In the maulthouse & chamber 6 cob. mault at 2 5 0
6 acres of rye growing on ground 4 0 0
3 1/2 acres of barley sown & 1 1/2 of pease at 2 5 0
5 acres of otes growing 1 10 0
3 mylch neat, 2 yearling bullockes & one calf 5 10 0
3 plowe horsses 4 0 0
60 sheepe 16 0 0
In money & debts owing 10 0 0
One shod cart in the cart yeard & l plow in the plowyeard 1 10 0
2 harrowes 0 3 0
4 swyne & one pig 1 0 0
7 payer of sheetes & 1 mattress 1 0 0
12 yards of linen cloth 0 10 0
1 cupbord in the hall 0 16 0
11 Sacks, 2 ladders & pitchforke & sieves 0 12 0
1 tablecloth & 3 napkynes 0 4 0
In pullery [poultry] 0 5 0
1 bedform one bord 2 chares & 2 chusshons 0 2 0
3 bedsteads with brewing vessells of wood 0 12 0
One fetherbed, 2 bowlsters, 6 pillowes, 2 payer of blankets & 3 coverlets 1 10 0
2 brasspots, one fryenpan, 6 kettles & 1 skellett 1 0 0
1 payer of cobirons*, 2 spest [spits] fieriyrons, pothooks, hank & brandlet [trivet] 0 10 0
one form & 1 table 0 0 6
One little cubbert, one counterbord**, one cowle***, one mixing tongs, one payer of musterquerns & 1 blackbill [staff]
9 pieces of pewter & 1 candlestick 0 5 0
1 payer of malt quernes, one payer of bellowes & 1 iron hammer 0 6 0
1 grenston [grindstone] [hole] 2 iron rakes 0 5 0
2 payer of [hole] one hatchet, 2 flockbeds, one cheese rack, one Spanish staff, one mattock 0 9 0
3 payers of bickenslicks, 4 cornsyets, 6 guyles, 8 bords, 1 milkbolle 0 27 0
1 saddell & bridle with a pannell 0 3 0
His apparrell 0 20 0
Certain goods & chattels given & delivered by Ann his wife 6 0 0

To my other Godchildren 1s. per annum

To John Outon now servent to Edward Boston of Burnham Westgate 5 ewes & 5 lambs clipped out of their wool to be delivered before Lammas.

To Henry Jex 2 coombes barley

To Dorothy Barrett 10s when married

To Peter Barrett 10s when 21

To Thos Pearson my son in law £4 at £1 per annum, also one mulch cowe.

To Ann Outon daughter of John, 1 cupborde at her marriage.

To Dorothy Pearson wife of Thos, 2 pr of sheets & the coverlett of my bead.

To Amye Pearson, 1 pair of sheets & 2 pewter platters.

My son George to be my executor.

To Bridgett Bygett, one bullocke 1 yr old.

Robert Barrett, 1 weanling calf.

Katharine Barrett dr of Henry, 1 ewe, a lamb

Thos Pearson the younger, connterbord**

In the presence of Henry Curson
John Ashworth
Wm Knight
Henry Howman


* Cobirons: uprights with knobs to support a bar holding hooks for roasting.

** Counterbord/connterbord [counterboard]: a board marked out for counting.

*** Cowl: large tub.