The inventory of the church goods of Spratton made the 15th day of September in the sixth year of the reign of Edward VI  before Richard Wake, Francis Tanfield and Francis Morgan, according to the King’s Majesty’s letters to them directed in that behalf for their commission and authority therein done by the instruction of William Manley, vicar there, Thomas Arthure, John Martyn, the elected[?] parishioners there, and Richard Multon and John Howard, churchwardens. Signed with our hands at Northampton the day and year aforesaid.
First, a chalice weighing 10 units, gilded within the bowl.
Likewise, a vestment of white damask with the alb [a priest’s white vestment].
Likewise, 2 green vestments of satin of Bruges [Satin made in Bruges, Flanders] with albs.
Likewise, a vestment of dun[?] [Perhaps relating to a brown or greyish-brown colour] silk with alb.
Likewise, a red vestment of crewel [worsted yarn] without alb.
Likewise, 2 copes, one of white satin of Bruges and the other of dun[?] silk.
Likewise, 3 towels of plain linen cloth, containing 6 ½ yards and a quarter.