acres at Westbroke. If wife die, then Robt. Notingham to
have the wardship of my sons until of age. Two acres in Studhill, one
acre. of woodland at Scottys, one acre with a piece of pasture of Cliff at
Studhill to be sold to pay debts, etc. To Thomas Cobb my brother, a weir
at Beaconhill; and John Cobb my father, 13s. 4d. yearly for his
Prob. 4 May
(Vol. II., fol. 489.)
43. WILLIAM HYKKS.
. . 1480. To be buried in the churchyard. To son
James 26s. 8d. within two years after my death. To the Light of St.
Martin, one ewe. Residue to son John, who ex’or. Feoffees: John Hikks,
senior, and John Boykin. A piece of pasture land at Cliff of nine acres,
in the Borough of Beltinge, to son James; also two acres west of same and
one rod of land at Curteysgate at Barrend. Son John all other lands,
tenements, woods, pastures, and two weirs in the sea at the Bunte. Mass
for my soul and wife Margerie in the Church.
Prob. 14 Nov.
(Vol. II., fol. 503.)
44. ELENA, wife of ROBERT HORNE.
20 Feb. 1479-80. To be buried in the churchyard. Feoffees:
John Aleyn and John Mosse otherwise called John Moreys, and they to grant
to Robert my husband all my lands and tenements for his life, then to
Vincent and Thomas my sons, their heirs and assigns for ever, paying to
Margaret my dau. 40s. If sons die, then at the death of Robert to be sold
and 40s. to dau. Margaret and residue for my soul, Robert my husband,
children, parents and benefactors, etc. Residue to husband Robert, who ex’or.
Prob. 4 June
(Vol. II., fol. 518.)
45. JOHN NOTINGHAM, Junior.
13 Aug. 1481. To be buried in the churchyard. Wife Isabella
have all my lands, tenements, etc., for her life, and with Wm. Lunce ex’ors.
Prob. 22 Oct.
(Vol. II., fol. 530.)
46. THOMAS. ALEYN, senior. (See No. 40.)
31 Aug. 1481. To be buried in the churchyard. To wife Joan,
all utensils in my house. Ex’ors: John atte Hall, junior, and John Arter,
with. John Aleyn of Studhill supervisor. Feoffees: Robert Hunt. of Hothe,
Hamo at See, John Hikks, senior, Valentine