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Inventory for dissolved nunnery

The late priory of Brewood in the county of Staffordshire
Hereafter followeth all such parcels of implements or household stuff, corn, cattle, ornaments of the church and such other stuff like found within the late priory there at the time of the dissolution of the same house, sold by the King's commissioners to Thomas Gyfford.

The Church - First 1 table of alebaster of old forms and setts, 2 partitions of carved wood paning of the church and quire, 28 panes of glass and one mass book. Value: 20 s.

The vestry - Item 2 pairs of green dornyx vestments, 1 old cope of sandal, 1 surplice, 1 alter cloth and 1 towel, 1 little bell and 8 sensure of Latin. 4 s.

The Chapter hous - item 3 panes of glass and 2 long forms sold for 12 d.

Bells in the steeple - Item there remaineth unsold in the steeple 3 bells.

 
 
 
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