37. JOHN KNEEPE.
4 Nov. 1478. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar for tithes, 12d. To Lights of St. Mary and St. Mary of Pity, to each
a bushel of barley. To Wm. son of Robert Philip, a lamb; to each child of
Wm. lye of Hothe, a lamb; to John son of John Kneepe, a lamb; to Robert
Philip, 13s. 4d. Residue to wife Agnes, who with Wm. Ive ex’ors.
Feoffees: Wm. lye of Hoth, Robert Philipp of Swalcliff, Robt. Home, and
Vincent Studde of Herne. Wife Agnes have all my lands, tenements, woods,
pastures, etc., for life; except one piece of land situated between the
land of Herne Church west, the land of John Notingham south, a certain
road leading to same east, which is to be sold and with money pay debts,
etc. At the death of wife Agnes, to son John a messuage at Kneapys, and a
garden with two crofts, and three acres of land adjoining. Margaret my dau.,
wife of Wm. Ive, one acre of land in aforesaid croft near lands aforesaid
of John my son. Dau. Joan, wife of Robert Philipp, one other acre of land
in aforesaid croft.*
Prob. 30 January
(Vol. II., fol. 406.)
38. NICHOLAS WALTER.
12 June 1479. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of
St. Katherine, 20d.; St. Mary of Pity, 4d. Wife Cristine have all
my utensils in living-room, bedroom and kitchen, and she with John Dubrose
ex’ors. Five rods of land in the parish of Reculver, in the Borough of
Beltinge at place called Ponde, to be sold and money to pay debts, etc.;
if not enough sell two and half acres at Riedys, and the residue for my
soul. To wife Cristine one acre of land in the Borough of Beltinge, which
Edmund, son of William Fantyng, and Nicholas, son of John at See, to have
when twenty. Mentions Margaret my daughter, wife of John at See.
(Vol. II., fol. 452.)
1 Oct. 1479. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of
St. Martin, a bushel of barley. Wife Margerie have all the utensils in
living-room, bedroom and kitchen, except the desk or bureau (computorium)
in the living-room and large oven in the kitchen, which shall remain
with the tenement. Residue to son William, who ex’or. Piece of land in
the field called Stretefield to
* There was a John Knype, tailor, in 1477
admitted a Freeman of Canterbury.