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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 80
                                                      
BRIEF NOTES ON THE HALES FAMILY. By the Rev R. Cox Hales  Continued

Executor of this my last Will and Testament Item I will and give to the sayd Edward Hales my sayd Executor and heire (my debts and legacies being paied and discharged) all my leases household stuffe and all my goods and chatels whatsoever Item I make and ordeine the said John Austen my kinsman Overseer of this my last Will and Testament And I will and give him as a remembrance of my love and kynd respecte towards him the sume of fortie pound to be paied within three months after my decease Item not having any lands convenient and fitting in my power freelie to dispose nor more then formerlie estated and settled and by this my Will hereafter given and disposed of I will and give to Edward Hales eldest sonne of the said Edward Hales sonne of Sr John Hales my sonne by the said Anne his wife my great grandsonne being six yeares old the eight and twentieth day of September last 1651 the sume of Twoe hundred pounds at his age of foure and twentie yeares And I will that after hee hath attained his age of Twelve yeares hee should have tenne pounds yearlie paied him for consideracon of the said twoe hundred pounds halfe yearlie at the Feaste of the Annunciacon of St. Mary the Virgin And St. Michaell the Archangell by equall portions the first paiment thereof to beginn at the Feast of the An'unciacon next after his said age of twelve yeares as a small remembrance of mee and to encourage him in learning his booke. Item I will and give to John Hales my great grandsonne alsoe and second sonne of the said Edward Hales by the said Anne his wife being three years old the second day of March last 1650 the sume of one 

hundred pounds at his age of foure and twentie yeares And I will that after hee hath attained the age of twelve yeares he should have five pounds yearlie paied him for consideracon of the said hundred pounds halfe yearlie at the Feaste of the Annunciacon of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michaell the Archangell by equall porcons the first payment thereof to beginne at the Feast of the Annunciacon next after his said age of twelve yeares as a small remembrance of mee and to encourage him in learning his booke Item I will and give to Charles Hales my great grandsonne likewise and third sonne of the sayd Edward Hales by the said Anne his wife being a yeare old the thirtieth day of December last 1650 the sume of one hundred pounds at his age of foure and twentie yeares And I will that after hee hath attained the age of twelve yeares he should have five pounds yearlie paied him for consideracon of the said hundred pounds halfe yearlie at the Feaste of the Annunciacon of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michaell the Archangell by equall porcons the first payment thereof to beginne at the Feast of the Annunciacon next after his said age of twelve yeares as a small remembrance of mee and to encourage him in learning his Booke And if either the said Edward Hales John Hales and Charles Hales my said great grandsonnes die before theire said ages of four and twentie yeares respectively then the legacy of him soe dyeing to be paied to the eldest of them then living at his age of foure and twentie yeares soe then the survivor of them after twelve yeares of age as aforesayd to have fifteene

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