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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 28  1909  page 89
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—I. By Arthur Hussey  continued

Horne, Elena, 44.
Hykks, John, 50, 51.
Hykks, William, 43.
Kneepe, John, 37.
Manston, Joan, 32.
Notingham, John, 45, 56.
Percyvale, John, 16.
Percyvale, Valentine, 34.
Philipp, William, 6, 21. 
Piper, Elianora, 60.
Piper, John, 31.
Podder, Adam, 40. 
Reade, William, 22.

Regeweye, Thomas, 2.
Richards, Thomas, 30.
Salkyn, William, 29.
Salmon, Richard, 11.
Sawyer, Richard, 39.
Shipman, Cristene, 12.
Shipman, James, 9.
Studde, John, 35.
Tanner, William, 47.
Yonge, Richard, 36.
Yonge, William, 57.
Walter, Christeon, 55.
Walter, Nicholas, 38.

Reculver, 6d. To Godleve Hammond a bushel of corn. Residue to wife Margarie, and my sons and daughters (not named). Ex’ors: Wife Margerie and John May. 
Probate 16 Nov. 1396. (Register G, fol. 268, Cathedral Library at Canterbury.)

   .  .  .  January1400-1. To be buried in the Church of Herne. To high altar for tithes, 6d. To the Light of the Blessed Mary in the Church a calf of a year old, if my body is buried at the door of the chancel of B. Mary. To Thos. Elys, chaplain, 6d. To each
  * The wills have been numbered for convenience of reference.
All the wills were begun in a similar manner; this is omitted from the other wills.
   ‡  Thomas Regeweye may possibly be a Leverick, as that family appear to have been owners of Ridgeway to the south-east of Herne Church, and the Leverick arms—" Argent, on a chevron three leopards’ heads or "—are carved upon the font which was placed in the Church in the reign of Henry IV. (1399—1413), together with the arms of that king and of Abp. Arundel (1397—1414). In the north chapel of Herne Church is the brass of Anthony Leverick, who died in 15111and his wife Coustantia.


   William Hammond of Broomfield in the parish of Rerne, the 21 September 1396, being sound in mind, make my will as follows: First I will my soul to God, St. Mary and all the Saints, and my body to be buried in the churchyard of St. Martin of Herne.† To the high altar, 6d., and of 

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