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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 28  1909  page 109
                        
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—I. By Arthur Hussey  continued

to wife Margaret, who with Richard Fayrwar of Chislett ex’ors. Margaret have my messuage with five acres of land, and four other acres named Helbarowland, a piece of land called Thornfield, a piece called Wykke, one acre at the Cowmbe, with all appurts. and a land weir for her life, then to my children. Son Alexander when twenty-one years of age have the ten acres of land that my father bought of Wm. atte Welle, and all my part of the wood in Southwood, and the two weirs that Ricd. Ewell holdeth to ferm. Son Thomas the two pieces of land, one my father bought of Robt. Jenkyn containing four acres, another piece called Brambiltiam, and the three pieces of land towards Bromfield, upon the south of my land there that I have bequeathed to my son Alex. Sons Richard and George, twelve acres of land in Borough of Beltinge next the lands of Robt. Colwode; a piece of land of five rods next the land of the Chantry of Herne north, the lands of Jas. Shipman south; and a piece of land at the Busahe next the kings road south. Son Andrew, four acres of land at the Bekyn and a croft of three acres called Sorelihill. To daughter Joan, a croft next messuage of Ricd Paine. To daughter Elinore, a croft next to the former. To daughter Isabelle, wife of Ricd. Feyrware, a piece of land called Hackards. 
Prob. 28 April 1483.                      (Vol. II., fol. 556.)

 51.  JOHN HYKKES or AT SOLE.
   5 January 1483-4. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar for tithes, 20d.; fabric of the Church, 6s 8d.; Light of St. Katherine and of St. Mary of Pity, to each a bushel of barley. Feoffees: Thos. Consaunt, Richard Paramore, Robert Colwode, William Lynch. To wife Isabella, my messuage with eleven acres of land at Hunterstreet in the Borough of Haugh for life, and if she be with child, a son, then he shall have the same, if not to be sold and a priest provided to celebrate in the Church for one year, and residue to poor people, etc. Wife Isabella with William lye and William Notingham ex’ors. 
Prob. 5 April 1484.                           (Vol. II., fol. 590.)

52.  VINCENT FRENINGHAM.
   24 January 1485-6. To be buried in the nave of the Church, near the grave of Joan my dan. To the high altar, 6s. 8d. Light of St. Mary, 3s. 4d.; Light of St. Martin, 8s. 4d.; Light of the Saviour, 12d.; Light of St. Christopher, during five years after my death, 8d. yearly. To Nicholas Pigitt and his wife, 40s. Alice

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