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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 28  1909  page 90
                        
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—I. By Arthur Hussey  continued

dau. Agnes, Isabelle, and Alice, at her marriage four mares. On day of my burial, 6s. 8d.; month’s mind, 8s. 4d.
Probate 3 Feb.1400-1. (Vol. I., fol. 11.)

3.  JOHN DOWELE.
   7 Oct. 1440. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Martin of Herne. To the high altar, 12d. To the lamp burning in the same Church, 4d. To John Bedale, chaplain, 12d. To William Groveley, clerk, 4d. Residue to wife Elene, who with Wm. Pratte ex’ors. Four acres of land in Reculver and three pieces of land called Donstonys land to be sold, and money to pay debts, etc. All other lands, tenements, pastures and woods to wife Elene, and to sons John and Henry when sixteen years of age. 
Prob. 19 Nov. 1440.                             (Vol. I., fol. 89.)

4.  JOHN HAMPTON, senior.
   3 Dec. 1441. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 4d. To the work of the Church, 12d. To the Lights of St. Mary, St. John, St. Katherine, each a bushel of barley. To John Hampton the younger my best cloak. Residue to James Hampton and John Hampton, junior, who to dispose for my soul and all the faithful departed, and they ex’ors. 

James Hampton and John Boykin feoffees of all my lands, tenements, woods, meadows, etc. 
No Probate date.                                 (Vol. I., fol. 55.)

5.  THOMAS GRENHAM.
   25 April 1458. To be buried in the churchyard. Wife Benedicta to have three acres of land, and half an acre adjoining, at Westbroke in the Borough of Hampton, for her life; then son John to have the three acres, and son William the half acre. Wife to have all the utensils in the house. No Probate.                       (Vol. II., fol. 107.)

6.  WILLIAM PHILIPP.
   1 August 1458. To be buried in the chancel of St. John the Baptist of the Church of Herne. To the Church for my burial, 3s. 4d. To the Church of Swalclyffe, 3s. 4d. To the high altar of Whitstaple, 3s. 4d. To the fabric of the Church of Herne, £10. To the maintenance of one lamp in Herne Church, 6s. 8d. To the fabric of Church of Whitstaple, 20s.; of Swalclyffe, 20s.; of Reculver, 6s. 8d.; and of the Chapel of Hoth, 6s. 8d. To Margaret my sister, £10; Alice Stud my sister, £10; William my son,

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