Episcopal Wills 1787 #2, Thomas Kinley:

Courtesy Sally Ann Kinley - from LDS 0106400 - one of several Rushen fisherman who perished in the Herring Fleet disaster

    Rushen  
    At a Chapter Court holden at Castletown
    on the 14th day of Novr 1787

Thomas Kinley of the parish of Rushen
perished by Sea on or about the 22d day of
September last past Intestate, and this Court
having received Intelligence thereof have
Decreed his three Children namely John,
Thomas and Ann Kinley with the Child
[strikeout] or Children of whom ^Catharine their mother^ is now
ensient joint Admors of all and singular
his Goods Chattels and Effects movable and
immovable whatsoever, who being all under
age ^the said^ Catharine Kinley their mother is
thereupon sworn their Guardian and  
Supervisor with Thomas Kinley Father
of the Intestate, and the said Mother is also
sworn well and truly to administer the
[strikeout]^the said Goods and Effects^ in Trust for them, to pay all the
just Debts of the Instate so far forth as the
said Goods and Effects will extend and the
Law shall bind her, and to return a perfect
Inventory thereof to the Registry of this
Court  To which Ends she hath given  
Pledges in form of Law namely Henry
Waterson and Thomas Kermod both of the
parish of Rushen
        Decretum est
            Jon: Moore
            E? Christian

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15 Novr 1787.   Thos Kewley claims from Estate of    )
          Thos Kinley                )    2: 0: 0

2d March 1788. Alice Caven claims                 0:18: 0

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A True and perfect Inventory of the Effects of Thomas Kinley of
Rushen Aproved by us whose Names are hereunto Subscribed being
four Men Sworn by John Christian [Junior?] of the said parish
To deads part 
                                                   S   d
To apparrell                                   2 :  9 : 3
To a piece of wollen Cloth                     0 :  2 : 0
To a piece of brown wollen Cloth               0 :  3 : 9
To a piece of Check                            0 :  4 : 8
To herring Nets                                1 :  9 : 5
To Sheep                                       0 : 15 : 9
To a table and frame and a fu??                0 :  2 : 2
To a Small round table                         0 :  1 : 5
To a dra??ar and Shelfs                        0 :  4 : 1
To an old Chist and two boxes                  0 :  1 : 7
To tubs and Cans and a wooden dish             0 :  4 : 7
To pots and pot hooks                          0 :  2 : 8
To a griddle a friying pan a Crow and tongs    0 :  2 : 4
To white Earthen dishes and plates and crocks  0 :  5 :10
To a Churn and ^a^ Churn Staff and two old barrels    0 :  1 : 8
To a Spinning wheel                            0 :  1 : 8
To bed steads and bed Cloathes and a bowlster  0 : 19 : 1
To a door and two small powles and stools      0 :  1 : 8
To a Spaid a grape and a linghook              0 :  1 : 5
To a piece of toe Cloth                        0 :  3 : 3
To wollen yarn                                 0 :  4 : 2
To wistead unspun                              0 :  1 : 5
To a small firkin and small pieces of wood     0 :  1 : 1
To a Cow                                       2 :  3 : 6
To a pig                                       0 :  4 : 3
To sacks                                       0 :  1 : 2
To a fishing line and hooks                    0 :  0 : 7
To Cards                                       0 :  0 : 6
To Cash                                       19 :  9 : 0  

                                             30 :  4 : 0    
Witness our Names this the 6th of october 1787
   Robbert Moore   my X
   John Crebbin    my X
   Richard Cooil   my X
   Henry Cooil     my X
                    13th Novr 1787
                    Returned by the Wid
                        J: Crebbin ????


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