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    Help with Richard Nayno inventory

    I'm working on my 9x great grandfather Richard Nayno's inventory and am stuck on some words, I'd be grateful for your opinions:



    Item Eight loads of hay & ???? 07 = 04 = 00
    Item two loads and halfe of threshed wheat 12 = 00 = 00
    Item foure bushells of rye 00 = 05 = 00
    Item ninety & eight Shepe and lambs 20 = 03 = 00
    Item five ????? beastes 12 = 00 = 00

    (there are some more to follow)
    Last edited by Jill on the A272; 02-04-21, 11:03.

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    Item aleaven R????? beastes 20 = 00 = 00
    Item aleaven Hogges & pigges 02 = 17 = 00
    Item two waggons two Dung ??? 09 = 00 = 00

    Item plowes & harroes Cart & ha??? 01 = 15 = 00

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      #3


      Ogle Riggs
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      By me Thos Briggs

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        #4
        Originally posted by Jill on the A272 View Post
        I'm working on my 9x great grandfather Richard Nayno's inventory and am stuck on some words, I'd be grateful for your opinions:



        Item Eight loads of hay & ???? 07 = 04 = 00
        Item two loads and halfe of threshed wheat 12 = 00 = 00
        Item foure bushells of rye 00 = 05 = 00
        Item ninety & eight Shepe and lambs 20 = 03 = 00
        Item five ????? beastes 12 = 00 = 00

        (there are some more to follow)
        Just possibilities here.

        Eight loads of hay and clover
        item five horse beastes
        Linda


        My avatar is my Grandmother Carolina Meulenhoff 1896 - 1955

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jill on the A272 View Post


          Item aleaven R????? beastes 20 = 00 = 00
          Item aleaven Hogges & pigges 02 = 17 = 00
          Item two waggons two Dung ??? 09 = 00 = 00

          Item plowes & harroes Cart & ha??? 01 = 15 = 00
          Don't know first word.
          item two waggons two dung forkes
          item plowes and harroes cart and ?? harnes.

          No clue at all on last one.
          Linda


          My avatar is my Grandmother Carolina Meulenhoff 1896 - 1955

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            #6
            Originally posted by ozgirl View Post

            Just possibilities here.

            Eight loads of hay and clover
            item five horse beastes
            Yes, thank you - I think clover would be right, and I had "horse beasts" originally but doubted myself. It's a diabolical image, the previous page has all the stuff from the house and is really clear but the farm assets are more challenging.

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              #7
              Originally posted by ozgirl View Post

              Don't know first word.
              item two waggons two dung forkes
              item plowes and harroes cart and ?? harnes.

              No clue at all on last one.
              Thanks! Getting nearer, I have been puzzling for a good week, it needed fresh eyes.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jill on the A272 View Post


                Item aleaven R????? beastes 20 = 00 = 00
                Item aleaven Hogges & pigges 02 = 17 = 00
                Item two waggons two Dung ??? 09 = 00 = 00

                Item plowes & harroes Cart & ha??? 01 = 15 = 00
                Found it - first one is Ruther beastes - another word for cows.

                On second thoughts it seems to be animals who give milk, so could include goats
                Linda


                My avatar is my Grandmother Carolina Meulenhoff 1896 - 1955

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ozgirl View Post

                  Found it - first one is Ruther beastes - another word for cows.

                  On second thoughts it seems to be animals who give milk, so could include goats
                  I've never come across that term before, thank you.

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                    #10
                    Rother and its variants : Middle English word for a cow, ox or bull , the river Rother runs near Easebourne too.

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