silver spoons, and to each dau. one silver spoon. To the
wife of Thomas my brother, my wife’s furred gown. To Richard my brother,
my russet gown. To each of Robert at Seys’ children one ewe. Ex’ors:
Wm. Notingham my brother and Vincent my son. Feoffees: John Gode, Thos.
Cobbe, Robert at See, Alexander Goff, Wm. Aleyn. Son Vincent to have my
principal tenement with three crofts, and a grove next the same of 37
acres of ground, paying to Anthony my son yearly, 13s. 4d. Son Nicholas to
have all my lands that I have at Thomas Alyns, in the Borough of Hampton,
when twenty years of age. Son Thomas the six acres next the pese [foot]
wey beside Edington. Son James to have the two acres next John Athallys
garden, and two acres next the way at John Athalls, and three and half
acres next Wm. at Seeys land. Son Anthony to have three acres at Stone and
four acres at Chislet.
Prob. 13 May
(Vol. V., fol. 19.)
10 April 1499. To be buried in the churchyard. To wife
Florence, all my utensils and my tenement with garden of two acres, etc.,
in the Borough of Beltynge at Hunterstreet, and wife to be
Prob. 24 Feb.
(Vol. V., fol. 59.)
72.—WILLIAM A DANE.
3 August 1499. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high
altar, 12d.; Light of St. Mary, 20d. To dau. Sara, a querne. Residue to
wife Margerie. Ex’ors: John Hamond and John Borley. Feoffees: John
Hamond, Thomas Maye, Andrew Webster. Wife to have my tenement with six
acres of ground for her life, then to Sara and her heirs, except one acre
to be sold for 40s., and the money disposed in Herne church for my soul,
Margery my wife, and all Christian souls.
Prob. 18 May
(Vol. V., fol. 71.)
73.—WILLIAM ATTE SEE.
(See No. 8 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 92.)
11 May 1500. To be buried in the churchyard. To the five
children of my dau. Elianor, 6s. 8d. each. In dirige and mass and other
charitable deeds at my burial, five mares (£3 6s. 8d.), month’s mind,
100s., and twelvemonth’s mind, 100s. To the Friors-Preachers and
Friars-Austin of Canterbury, to each half a quarter of wheat. Ex’ors:
wife Katherine, son William, and Robert. atte See. Wife Katherine to have
the tenement where. I now live and forty acres adjoining, and ten acres
next the Bekyn for life; then to son William if alive and his heirs for
ever but if son William die without