Thomesine to have 20s. each within two years of the death
of Joan. Residue of lands among my three sons Vincent, William, and
Prob. . . .
(Vol IV., fol. 42.)
22 March 1495-6. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar, 3s. 4d. To son Alexander, my best pot, a jake,1and a
pollear. To Martin my second son, one pot, jake, salett, and a bill. To
daughter Joan, my best chest, and to daughter Elisabeth, my second chest.
Residue after paying debts and legacies to my wife Margaret, together with
certain implements belonging to my tenement—the best table, cheese
board, and a quern. Wife Margaret and Robert Notingham ex’ors. Feoffees:
Robert Notingham, Alexander Goffe, Thos. Goffe, and Thos. Salkyn, who
shall grant to Robert Notingham a piece of ground in the Borough of
Hampton, and a place called Cuttyng of 22 acres, and to his heirs and
assigns for ever, paying for the same £42, viz., to Margaret my wife £12
within two years after my death, at my month’s day £5, and twelve-month’s
day £5. To Alexander my son when twenty, £10, and to Martin my son, £10
when twenty, and to my daughters Elisabeth and Joan, each £5 at their
marriage. To my sons
Alexander and Martin all my other lands equally.
Prob. 19 July
(Vol. IV., fol. 103.)
66—HAMO AT SEE.
7 September 1496. To be buried in the churchyard, and a
priest to celebrate in the Church of Herne for my soul and all the
faithful departed for a year, and have five marcs (£3 6s. 8d.). Residue
after paying debts, etc., to Marione my wife and Thomas my son, and they
ex’ors. Feoffees: William at See, Thomas Cobb, James Cobb, .and Thomas
at See, who are to allow wife Marione and son Thomas to occupy my
tenements and lands during the life of Marione equally between them, and
at her death to Thomas my son and his heirs for ever.
Prob. 7 Nov.
(Vol. IV., fol 117.).
(See No. 17 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 96.)
20 December 1496. To be buried in the churchyard. To Margerie
and Elisabeth my daughters, one cow each. Residue to James Church and
Vincent Paramore, my ex’ors, to dispose for my soul.
Prob. 13 March
(Vol. IV., fol. 129.)