one year, receiving ten marcs. To wife Joan, all lands in
Reculver, and she to pay to the repair of my tenement at Westbrook 20d. a
year whilst she lives. Three acres of land at Swalcliff to be sold, and
20s. given to the Church of Swalcliff, and residue to poor people in that
parish and Herne. One acre of land at Cobeletesbrige to be sold, and the
money given to Joan Gate my sister.
Prob. 28 June
(Vol. II., fol. 142.)
14. JAMES HAMPTON.
4 April 1465. To he buried in the churchyard. To the Lights
of St. Katherine, St. Peter, and St. John the Baptist, each 4d. To
Agnes Easwell my dau., four bushels of corn. Son John Hampton and
Christine my wife, ex’ors. A messuage with six acres of land at
Yongestreet, a piece of land at Stockgrove, one acre at Cobbysbregge, two
and a half acres at Beltinge in a place called Sandidowne, and one acre of
wood called Southwak to son John and his heirs for ever. Two acres of land
at Rokkingcove, three virgates adjoining at Riverye, and three acres at
Downegrove, to be sold for best price, and the money to provide a chaplain
in the Parish Church for one year, for my soul and all the faithful
departed. Two acres at Fordisfield to be sold, and
the money divided between son John and Margaret Blyse. Wife Cristina (sic)
occupy my messuage at Hampton Hill, and eight acres of land called
Greeneham, and four pieces of land adjoining at Southell, and three acres
of land called Laurensow, during her life, then to son John. To Margaret
Blyse, one acre of land in a field called Donstroncefield.
Prob. 16 April
(Vol. II., fol. 159.)
15. THOMAS BYSMER.
1 July 1466. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar, 8d.; Light of St. Peter, 4d. To Vincent Seynt my "consilio,"
4d. Residue to Thos. Fayreware and Joan my wife, who ex’ors. Feoffees:
Richard Bolle, Thomas Fayreware, Robert Cobb, John Hamon of Seestreet. To
wife Joan my messuage at Westbroke with three acres of land adjoining for
her life, paying yearly to Joan Ridar my mother, 6s. 8d. To my daughter
Alice, two acres called Brokare acre and five rods of wood in Chislet
parish. After the death of Joan, feoffees to sell the messuage with three
acres of land, and with money, 26s. 8d., for buying a pax of silver (osculatorium)
for use in the Church on chief days;