Walter Spendlove's Inventory at his house in Derby taken 25th March 1618

An Inventorye of the goods of Walter Spendlowe alias Alsoppe gentlem deceased taken the xxvth day of March 1618 by Robert Harwood,Erasmus Staines,Nicholas ffletcher and George Blagrave.

Impremis in his house in Darby                                                                                             £       sh        d
His pursse,girdle and apparrell                                                                                              4        0         0

It in the hall i  standing table,ii formes , iii buffet stoles, ii cheares,
i peare of tables,iii cushins , vi pictures, i carpet iii yards long,
 i litle table,  i  staffe ,  i  brush                                                                                               1        10       0
 

It  a bout the fire .i  handiron , i  fireshouel  and  tongs , ii  spits ,
 i  peare of grates  , i  gridiron , i gallows  and i hooke  a coalhatchit
and  i  smoothingiron                                                                                                              0         10       0
 

It   in the  kitchin  i brass pott                                                                                                  0         16      0
It   i  peare of cobberds                                                                                                          0           5      0
It  tubs , kite ,shealves  and  i  spade                                                                                       0           8      0
It  ii bags , i  handbaskit wth chuse of yarn
i  lanthorne , ii  plate candlestiks and one puding  plate                                                             0           6      8

It  i  bason and oye , i bason boule and i chamberpot                                                               0          10     0

It  i  bacon  flitch                                                                                                                     0          5       0
It  ii  basting ladles , i  horsflock and a litle  Skellit                                                                    0          1       6
 

It   in his bedchamber , i bedsted wth i green rugg and green
vallens and Curteynes
i  needlewoork cheare  vi wrought stooles and  i  litle  trunk                                                     5          0        0

It  i  long damask tablecloth  and  i doson of damask napkins                                                   2          0        0

It  i  litle handiron , i shealfe , i bible wth other olde bookes and a table of armes                       0          8        0

It  in the other chamber i bedsted , i trucklted , i litle table
i  hanging shealf  curtayn rods and i box                                                                                   0         15       0

It  in the hye garret  ii kneading tubs , ii penboukes , ii  maunds,
i  pouldering tub , i  window sheet , i featherbasket and i cloakbag                                            0           6       8