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Book 52 page 74
VRSULA WOOTTON, Will
18 July 1553
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VRSULA WOOTTON. 18 July 1553.
To be buried within the quyer of the parishe churche of Bocton Malherbe yf
I dy wt in that parishe or in that parish church where I shall happen to
dye. For the brekinge of the grouwnd for my grave and for other things
vsually demaunded by the parsones at and for suche buryalls 20s. Next my
debts due to euerye person be paide. Also I will to Twentie poore men
twentie shertes and to as manye wemmen twentie smokes and to eury one 12d.
To my sonne Thomas Wotton my Ringe with the poynted dyamonde and to my
doughter Wotton my Ringe with the Rewbye and my gowne of blake veluet
which she will.
To my sonne Rudstone the two gylte saltes that he has of myne and to my
doughter Rudstone a tabylclothe of damaske work and a Towell and a dowsyn
of Napkyns and a gowne of black veluet. To my saide sonne Rudston £10 he
To Willyam Wotton my Ringe wt the dyamonde squared at the cornares.
To Mystris Wallwicke my gowne of blacke damask that is lyned and a ringe
with a Turkes.
To euery one of the seruauntes takinge wages being in my sonne Thomas
Wottons house or els where yt shall happen me to decease 3s. 4d. and to
the women 5s. apece.
To Sexton 40s. To Buckeman 20s. And wher as there is yet due vnto me £200
by my sonne Wotton I will give and bequeath aswell the said £200 as all
the rest of my goodes &e vnto my daughter Hedyngton to be employed and
bestowed within xij monethes vpon some portion of lande to be assured vnto
my said daughter Hedyngton and her heiress.
Executours my sone Robert Rudstone and Willyam Wotton – Vrsula Wotton
Proved (before D & C Caunterbury sede vacant) 7 June 1554 by William
Wotton personally and Robert Rudston in person of said William, the
executors. (P.C.C. 3 More)
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