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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 96
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

68.—MICHAEL NOTT.
   10 January 1497-8. To be buried in the churchyard. To wife Agnes all my utensils in the living room, bedroom, and kitchen, and wife executrix. To Michael Nott all pertaining to my trade (ad arta mea). My tenement in the parish of Reculver and in the Borough of Hoth to be sold, and the money to fulfill my will and pay debts; and Michael Nott have all the movables of the tenement within and without except that is nalefaste (sic). My sons Christopher, Robert, and Gefferay have the residue of the money. 
Prob. 19 March 1497-8.               (Vol. IV., fol. 191.)

69.—GEORGE HYKS. (See No. 50 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 108.)
   30 April 1498. To be buried in the churchyard. Wife Joan and Alexander Hyks ex’ors. Feoffees: John Hyks, Alex. Hyks, Thos. Hyks, and Wm. Baker, to sell one acre of ground in Bekyn felthys* at a place called Busshe to pay debts, etc. Wife Joan to have and occupy my tenement, with lands, woods, and weirs during her life, except she be with a man-child, then he when sixteen to have 16 acres of ground, seven at the Cliff and nine of Upland. After the death of Joan the tenement, etc., remain to the same man-child and his heirs. If a maid-child five mares at her 

marriage, and the tenement, lands, etc., to Alex. Hyks and Thomas Hyks my brothers equally, they paying to my daughter 10 mares. 
Prob. 31 July 1498.                       (Vol. IV., fol. 218.)

70.—ROBERT NOTINGHAM.
                             (See No. 56 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 111.)
   15 Nov. 1498. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 6s. 8d. That my great pan, best spit, folding table, with all the apparel of the hall, remain and abide to my tenement. To son Vincent, a feather bed, bolster, pair of blankets, etc., a horse, cow, cart, plough, harrow, and "all the Bakon hanging in the rooff," also all the wheat growing at Colwood, and as much corn as will sow his lands. To Nicholas Notingham, a great brass pot, a pan of two gallons, etc. To Thomas my son, a kettle, bason, ewer, etc. To James my son, a great pan, mattress, etc. To Anthony my son, a feather bed, etc. To each son, ten ewes and ten twelvemonthyngs. Daughters Joan and Margery, each to have ten mares (£6 13s. 4d.) to their marriage. To the wife of my brother William, a pair of. coral beads, and to William a piece of silver, and to each son two
   * Feld or Fill is a Field. (.Dict.  Kentish Dialect.)

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