and for a pix of silver to place the sacrament of the
altar in, 30s. 4d.; and for a new organ (pro organie nove), 3s.
4d. To Joan Blise, sister of my wife, l3s. 4d.
Prob. 6 Oct.
(Vol. II., fol. 169.)
16. JOHN PERCYVALE.
2 Dec. 1466. To be buried in the churchyard. To each
Brotherhood Light of the Church, 4d. To Valentine Percyvale, my
green cloak and girdle of silver. To John Percyvale, junior, my dark red
cloak and girdle of silver. Residue to wife Joan and son Valentine, who ex’ors.
Feoffees: Vincent Frenningham, Robert Cobb, Thos. But of Reculver, and
William Eastwell of Sturrey. To son Valentine, my messuage at Seestreet
with ten acres of land adjoining and one acre of wood at Musden. Also two
pieces of land called Oldberton and Newberton, with three rods of land
adjoining, before the gate of the field called Oldberton on the south.
Valentine to pay to William his brother, a monk of St. Augustine’s at
Canterbury, ten mares; if not paid, then William to have aforesaid two
pieces of land to do as he pleases. Wife Joan to have my messuage at
Edington with six acres of land near, also one and half acres of land
before the gate of the field
Newberton, and an acre of wood at Musden, and a garden called Little
Edington for her life; also eight acres of land at Halfield until John my
son is sixteen, when he to have the same. After the death of Joan, then
son John to have messuage at Edington with appurts. Rose Cob, one acre of
land at Poldwelowe. Margaret Abraham, another acre of land called Bayly.
(Mentions daughters Rose and Alice.)
Prob. 25 January
(Vol. II., fol. 181.)
17. RICHARD CHESTFIELD.
6 March 1466-7. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Lights
of St. Mary and St. Peter, each one ewe. Residue to John Chestfield and
Joan my wife, who ex'ors. To wife Joan, the messuage at Westbroke with
twelve acres of laud adjoining for her life. To Margaret, Juliana,
Isabella, Alice, and Robergia, my daughters, five acres of land in a field
called Southfield. After death of Joan, then William, son of Joan
Chestfield my sister, to have the aforesaid messuage, with all lands,
etc., and to his heirs forever, but if he die without heirs, then to his
brother John (sic). Prob. 11 May
(Vol. II., fol. 171.)