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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 82
                                                      
BRIEF NOTES ON THE HALES FAMILY. By the Rev R. Cox Hales  Continued

the said mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever And the revertion and revertions thereof to Charles Hales my greate grandsonne alsoe And third sonne of the said Edward Hales by the said Anne his wife and to the heires males of his Bodie And if the said Charles Hales dye without heires males of his body begotten then I will give and bequeath the said manors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever And the revertion and revertions thereof to the next sonne and heire male of the body of the said Edward Hales sonne of Sr John Hales my sonne and to his heires males of his body begotten And soe if that next sonne die without heires males of his bodie then I will give and bequeath the said mannors messuages rents tythes lands tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances whatsoever and the reverc'on and reverc'ons thereof to every other the sonne of the said Edward Hales sonne of Sr John Hales my sonne deceased in seniority one after another and to the heires males of theire bodies before given to Edward John and Charles sonnes of the said Edward Hales son of Sr John Hales my sonne And the heires males of theire bodyes begotten and if the said Edward Hales sonne of Sr John Hales my sonne dye without any 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 reverc'on and reverc'ons thereof to the right heires of the said Edward Hales sonne of Sr John 

Hales my sonne and to theireheires for ever And whereas the sayd Edward Hales sonne of the said Sr John Hales my sonne was vpon his Father's deathe for lands holden in Capite by mee estated upon him at his Marriage and other lands discended to him from his Father (which came to him from Dame Deborah his grandmother whereof part held in Capite or Knight's service) served ward to the late King Charles for composicon of which his wardshipp I then presentlie paied twoe thousand pounds to his then Maiesties vse in the Court of Wards and Liveries And then entred Bond there with sureties (whereof my said kinsman John Austen was one) to pay more three thousand pounds at my deathe for which three thousand pounds (that I might disengage my Sureties in my lifetime) I compounded wth the then Masters of the Wards and Liveries to pay in full discharge thereof twoe thousand three hundred pounds which said sume of twoe thousand three hundred pounds was paied accordingly (theWardshipp of the said Edward Hales being com'itted to the said Dame Christian his Mother my said kinsman John Austen his Godfather and myselfe) And a lease of his Father's said lands granted to the said com'ittees during his minoritie at the yearly rent of Three score six pounds thirteene shillings foure pence And whereas at the death of the said Dame Christian his Mother another Lease of her lands (where of parte holden of his then Maty in Capite) was granted to my sayd kinsman John Austen and myselfe the surviving Com'ittees of the Wardshipp of the said

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