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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 28  1909  page 111
                        
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—I. By Arthur Hussey  continued

the Church, 6s. 8d. To the Light of St. Mary of Pity, 3s. 4d. Residue to John Hyks, senior, and Thos. Malyn of Monkton, who ex’ors, to dispose for my soul. Feoffees: Alex. Ewell, Robt. Colwoode, Richard Paramore, John Lailare. To John Hyks, senior, two acres of land, and he to pay unto his daughter Margery for her marriage, 40s., and to each other child, 6g. 8d. Thos. Malyn shall pay to my ex’ors the £5 that he oweth me, of the which I bequeath to my daughter his wife, 13s. 4d., and each son, 6s. 8d. To my daughters Isabell and Margett (sic), two acres of land. Ex’ors to receive the profits of the land called Dunstonys, containing six acres, for thirteen years, for masses and dirges in the Church, viz., three masses, one of an Holy Saint, another of Our Lady, and the third of Requiem, with other alms to the poor, for my soul, William my father, Avyse my mother, James (Hampton) and John Fantyne my husbands, Hamond Halday, William Alday, and all Christian souls. After the thirteen years the land to remain to daughters Isabell and Margaret and their heirs. Prob.
3 Feb. 1488-9. (Vol. III., fol. 201.)

 55.  CHRISTEON WALTER. (See No. 38.)
   15 Oct. 1488. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of St. Katherine, 12d. To daughter Denys, my best kettle and trevet. To daughter Marget (sic), a pot of brass, and kettle. To Nicholas at See, a brass pan. To John Fantyng, a latyn layer. Ex’or, Robert Boll. 
Prob. 4 Feb. 1488-9.                      (Vol. III., fol. 209.)

56.  JOHN NOTINGHAM, senior.
   9 January 1488-9. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Lights of St. Mary, 3s. 4d.; St. Martin, 3s. 4d.; St. Mary of Pity, 12d. To the reparation of the Church, 13s. 4d. To wife Joan, four kine, two of my best horses, 25 ewes, 25 store sheep. To each daughter, 3g. 4d., viz., Alice, wife of Nicholas Kenet, Margery Stede, Margaret Pyman, Alice Consaunt. Son Richard have my cart and plough with all the harness thereto. To wife Joan, my horse colt, and half the grain in my barns and fields. Residue of all utensils in hall chamber and kitchen to wife, except the counter table in the hall with a long form thereto pertaining, a carwyn cheyer (chair), great hanging layer of laton, a querne (handmill), and veat iron spit in the kitchen, which shall abide there still for the use of my sons, To the repair of the street or way from

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