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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 28  1909  page 99
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—I. By Arthur Hussey  continued

John Langdon, 40s. Richard Lacy to have 6s; 8d. if he help my wife Margerie to recover from the parish of St. Nicholas in Thanet the £6 which is due to me. Wife Margerie to have all my lands and tenements for life, and if William my son have no lawful heir, then to be sold and money disposed for the good of my soul and of Margerie, etc. Residue to wife, who executrix. 
Prob. 10 July 1471.                          (Vol. II., fol. 208.)

23.  JOHIN COBBE. (See No. 20.)
   15 March 1471-2. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 12d. To the Light of the Lamp, 12d.; to St. John the Baptist, 12d. Residue to wife Agnes, who executrix, and Henry atte See overseer. Feoffees: John Ewell, William atte See, Henry atte See, John Howting, to sell three acres of land at Bising Street and two acres called Brodpeice, and with the money to provide a chaplain for three quarters of a year, to pray for the souls of Robert Cobb my father and all the faithful departed. Also 3s. 4d. to Godleva Stude and 36s. 8d. at her marriage, but if Godleva die the money to be spent in masses and other works of charity. To wife Agnes, three acres of land called Martin’s Hill and my messuage at Youngstreet, and one acre of land called Laigdiche with three rods of land at the same place 

for her life; then to John Hall, son of said Agnes, or if he die to Thomas Hall his brother.
Prob. 22 June 1472.                         (Vol. II., fol. 235.)

   1 April 1472. To be buried in the churchyard. Feoffees:
Vincent Freningham, John Ridar, Wm. Studd, and Wm. Ridar of Canterbury, to enfeoff Wrn. Kennett and Margerie his wife, in one field between lands of Richard Davy, armiger, on the west, and land of Matthew Phillipp, Knight, on north and east, on condition that Wm. and Margerie Kennett their heirs and assigns pay yearly l0s. from the profits; and also 6s. by Joan my dau. in mass and other works of charity in the Parish Church for seven years after my anniversary; and on day of my burial in mass, etc., 6s. 8d.; and trental 6s. 8d., and anniversary 3s. 4d. To daughter Joan, a field at Clipmill on condition she pays yearly Gs. to William Kennet (as above). 
Prob. 1 June 1472. (Vol. II., fol. 231.)

   31 March 1473. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, one ewe. To Lights of St. Mary, St. Mary of Pity, and

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