f 1 (21 November)
An Inventorie taken the xxjth daie of November in the
yeare of our lord god one thousand fyve hundreth
fowre score and three of all the goodes
and chattells plate debtes
and Iewells and ready money of Alice Hyde late of Denchworth in the
Countie of Barkes wydowe
disceased taken and and praysed in the presens of Iohn Saunders
and Richard Thatcher
|Imprimis in the haule two table boardes, three formes one ould Cubbard, one ould morris pyke and the paynted Clothes .probati.||xxij s.|
The Hyde family was one of the prominent families of the parish of St James, Denchworth. A brass memorial to Oliver Hyde and his wife (1516) and another to William Hyde and his wife and many children (1557) survive in the church (Tyack et al, Berkshire, p 268).
Record title: Inventory of Alice Hyde
Repository location: Reading
21 November 1583; English; paper; 5 sheets; 420mm x 150mm; written top to bottom recto only; now secured at the top with a ribbon.