(copied from Revd WD Sweeting’s Book on the Parish Churches round Peterborough published in 1868 and put into modern spelling)
Two bells and a Sanctus Bell in the steeple.
One vestment of black velvet.
A Chalice of silver with a paten pcell-gilt
One cross of latten(brass compound)
Two altar cloths
A cloth of sey(or fey)
Two candlesticks of latten
One pair of censers of latten.
Two cruets of pewter.
One corporas case of gren velvet
One cope of balck velvet and another of blue damask in the hands of My Lady Fitzwilliam
A vestment of crimson velvet and another of satin alrygs(?) within the hands of the said lady.
Two harnesses for deacons of the same blue damask within the hands of the said lady.