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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 14  1882  page 226

Wills and other Records relating to the Family of Hodsoll By James Greenstreet continued

WILL OF THOMAS HODSOLL; DATED 1665.
Peculiars of London, Shoreham and Croydon, Register Book of. Wills proved between 1664 and 1680, folio 24.
Dated 26 March A° 17 Chas. II., and LB. 1665. "I Thomas Hadsall, of Ightham," co. Kent, "shearman,"—to "Maundy Hadsall my brother" 51.—to "ffrancis Hadsall my brother" 101.—to "John Hadsall my ‘brother" 101., at age of 21—to "Maxfeild Hadsall my brother" 101., at age of 21. "item I will and give vnto Henry Hadsall, of Soan street, in the parish of Seale, my kinsman, ffve pounds "—" Henry Munck my brother in law "—Residue of goods, etc., to "William Hadsall and Henry Hadsall my. brothers equally betweene. them "—and he makes them his executors.
Probate granted to William Hadsall and Henry Hadsall, the executors, on 19 April, 1665.

WILL OF ELIZABETH HODSOLL, WIDOW; PROVED 1671.
Peculiars of London, Shoreham and Croydon, Register Book of Wills proved between 1664 and 1680, folio 311b.
"I Elizabeth Hodsoll, of the parish of Stansted, in the county of Kent, widdow, and relict of William Hodsoll, of South Ash, in the parish’ of Peters Ash, in the said county, gent."—to my four daughters Ellen, Anne, Susan and Margaritt Hodson (sic), six months after my decease—Susan married to Richard Wodden, yeoman, and living in the parish of Ash—" my house called Bakers wherein I now dwell "—" my neice Anne Gratwicke the daughter of my brother Richard Gratwicke "—my son in law Mr John Gossage, of Plumsted—my sisters Tecta Challener and Jane Burtenchar—" my youngest sonne William Hodsoll "—my sonn Edmund Hodsoll (makes him her executor). Dated 6 April 1671.
Probate granted to Edmund Hodsoll, son and executor, on 10 July 1676.

WILL OF HENRY HODSOLL, OF SHIPBOURN; PROVED 1700.
Register of Consistory Court of Rochester, Book 27, fo. 176.
Dated 1 Dec. Ao 11 Wm. III., and A.D. 1699. Henry Hodsoll, of, Shipborn, yeoman. His land at Ivy Hatch, in the parish of Ightham,—his son John Hodsoll to have it—" my second son William Hodsoll "—wife Mary Hodsoll to have possessions in .Addington and Ryarsh for her life, then to go to his son Thomas Hodsoll. Residue of goods, chattels, etc., to "my third son Henry Hodsoll" whom he appoints his executor.
Probate granted 24 June 1700 to Henry Hodsoll, son and executor.

WILL OF CAPTAIN JAMES HODSOLL; PROVED 1709.
Register of Prerogative Court of Canterbury (Somerset House), ‘Smith,’ 68.
"I Capt James Hodsoll, commander of Her Majesties Ship

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