Chelor: Nicholson Will
"Item. As to my Negroman Caesar Chelo considering his faithful service, his tender care, & kind & Christian carriage I do set him free to act for himself in the world & I do will and bequeath unto him his bed and beding, his shift and clothing, his bench & common bench tools, a set of chisels, one vice, one sithe & tackling & ten actes of land to be set of to him at the end of my woodland…& one third part of my timber."Total value of the deal, including the value of Chelor himself was 160 pounds. Eveything else, the rest of the tools and timber, was left to his son John.