27. JOHN AT CHIRCHE.*
20 January 1473-4. To be buried in the churchyard. Feoffees:
John Cuttisham, diaper (draper) and citizen of London, John Nottingham,
senior, Thos. Philipp, Walter Paramor, and Valentine Percivale, who shall
grant to William my son the chief messuage at Westbrook, with twenty-one
acres adjoining, when twenty years of age; and if Alice remain a widow she
to have the use of the same until then. Son John to have eight acres of
land at Westbrook and four acres in the Hook when twenty years of age. Son
Thomas to have two acres of land opposite messuage of George Studde on
north, three acres recently bought of Thos. Rooke near Studhill against
the Milbarrow west, two acres and half of marsh near the road and lands of
Hamond at See on west, and another half acre in the parish of Swalcliff in
a place called Bakere near the road east, and the land of Thos. Boykin of
Herne north. Son James to have one barn or granary (horreum) at
Rooke with one acre of land adjoining, and another two acres between the
land of Herne Church west and the common road south, and one acre at
Swalcliff in a place called Bakere.
Prob. 5 July
(Vol. II., fol. 280.)
28. RICHARD GRENEHAM. (See No. 5.)
16 May 1474. To be buried in the churchyard. Wife Alice
executrix, and to have my tenement at Hameton (sic) Hill with two
acres of land for life, and my land-weir and half the profits of my
boats; at her death to son John and his heirs. Son John at Lammas next
after my death to have the deep weir and the other half part of the
boats, also two acres of land at Studhill. Son James, three acres of
land at Westbrook, and after death of Alice my wife the land-weir and
half part of my boats. Three acres called Stonyland to be sold and money
given to my wife, and after paying debts, etc., any residue divided
between my daus. Rose, Joan, Alice and Cristine.
Prob. 19 Sept.
(Vol. II., fol. 286.)
29. WILLIAM SALKYN.
14 Aug. 1474. To be buried in the churchyard. Wife Alice
have my messuage at Ford† with all its lands for life, then to son
* A John att Chirch, alias Cherch,
yeoman, of Herne, received a pardon on 7 July 1450 for having joined
John Cade in his rebellion.
† For a description of Ford Manor in 1647 see Vol.
XXVI., pp. 119—132.