ten mares to a chaplain for one year to celebrate for my
soul, parents, etc. To wife Joan a messuage with garden and one acre of
land at Stretend in Borough of Thornden, near the messuage of Wm. Cotyng
west, and the lands of John Bate north; and another garden with shed
recently built at Stretend, situated and adjoining the lands of Wm. Taylor
(or Paramore) ; also ten acres of land near the land of John Roper
Prob.. . January
(Vol. 11., fol. 348.)
34. VALENTINE PERCEVALL. (See No. 16.)
8 April 1477. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar, 12d.; to the Light of St. Peter, 6d.; to each other Light in the
Church, 4d. To James Percevall, son of John Percevall, senior,
three ewes; to Cristine and Marione, daughters of the same John Percevail,
four ewes each. Residue to wife Joan, who with Wm. Maycott, brother of the
same, ex’ors. Wife Joan to have my chief messuage with ten acres of
land, and another piece of land called the Oldbartun (sic), until
son John come to the age of twenty, then he to have the same, paying
yearly to his mother 13s. 4d.
Prob. 28 July
(Vol. II., fol. 376.)
35. JOHN STUDDE.
31 May 1477. To wife Alice* all the utensils of the house, also the
residue, and she, with John Howting and Ricd. Booke, ex’ors. Wife to
have six acres of land in Borough of Hampton, near the land of Vincent
Fermingar north and the land of Richard Yonge west for her life, then to
be sold and money to Margaret my daughter and her heirs.
Prob. 28 July
(Vol. II., fol. 378.)
36. RICHARD YONGE.
1 Oct. 1478. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar, 20d. To the Light of St. Mary, a bushel of barley. Son John
have my new pot, eight plates, three horses, cart and plough, best
feather-bed and mattress, two pair of sheets and best coverlet. Residue to
wife Isabelle, also one cow, six ewes, and one horse. Thos. Bull and my
son John ex’ors. As much land to be sold as will pay debts, etc., and
the rest to son John and his heirs for ever, paying yearly to his mother
during her life 13s. 4d. twice a year.
Prob. 16 Nov.
(Vol. II., fol. 396.)
* She was Alice Philip, sister to William
Philip, who died 1458. (See No. 6.)