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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 81
                                                      
BRIEF NOTES ON THE HALES FAMILY. By the Rev R. Cox Hales  Continued

pounds yearlie paid halfe yearlie at the Feaste of the Annunciacon of the blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michael the Archangell as aforesaid for consideracon of the said three hundred pounds vntill paiment thereof And if twoe of my said great grandsonnes should die before theire said ages of foure and twentie yeares then the survivor to have twentie pounds yearlie paied him at the said Feasts of the blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michaell the Archangell as aforesaid for consideracon of the said foure hundred pounds vntill payment thereof And I hope that the said Edward Hales theire Father will take care both of the Estate to be left to the said Edward Hales the eldest sonne wth improvement thereof and to provide convenient portions for the said John Hales and Charles Hales his youngest sonnes And what children else it shall please God to blesse withall and to bring them vp in the feare of God and good Litterature which I heartilie wish and much desire And soe I pray God blesse them all.
Touching The Disposicon of all my mannors messuages rents Tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever I have First I doe hereby confirme all Estates of any mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditamts wth the appurtenances whatsoever by mee formerlie made and executed by any Deed or Deeds to or to the vse of my said sonne Sr John Hales deceased and to his heires or to his heirs males And to or to the vse of the said Edward Hales my said grandsonne and sonne of the said Sr John Hales my sonne deceased vpon his marryage with the said Anne being one 

of the foure daughters and coheirs of Thomas Lord Wotton aforesaid according to the true intent and meaning of the said Deed or Deeds respectivelie And whatsoever Mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances I am now possessed of in lawe or Equitie or wherof I have the Revertion and not formerlie disposed of in a legall way I will give and bequeath the sayd Mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurten'cs whatsoever and the revertion and reverc'ons thereof to the said Edward Hales my said grandsonne my heire and Executor and sonne of my said sonne Sr John Hales deceased to be had to him during his naturall life And after his decease I will give and bequeath the said mannors messuages rents tithes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever And the revertion and Revertions thereof to Edward Hales before named my great grandsonne and eldest sonne of the said Edward Hales by the said Anne his wife and to the heires males of his body And if the sayd Edward Hales my great-grandsonne die without heires males of his body begotten then I will give and bequeath the said mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever And the revercon and revertions thereof to the said John Hales my great grandsonne and second sonne of the said Edward Hales by the said Anne his wife And to the heires males of his body begotten And if the said John Hales die without heires males of his bodie then I will give and bequeath

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