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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 98
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

lawful heirs before he is twenty, then the tenement with lands and appurts., after the death of Katherine, to Elianor my dau., if alive, for her life, and at her death to Robert the son of Henry atte See and his heirs for ever. To son William, a piece of land called. Calverthen, three pieces of land beside Howgh wood, another piece called Beanefield in the Borough of Strode,. a messuage and five acres of land at Stretend, two crofts at Elphyes, a piece of land at Charnefeld, two other pieces of land at Lo:ngdyche in the Borough of Thorneden, three yards [ i.e. roods] of land beside the Bekyn, four acres of wood with the ground in Chislet, and three acres of land at Foorde in a field called Cocheyfeld, bought of Lawrence Helar and John Ode. To dau. Elianor, a piece of land called Oldmede of five acres. Son William also to have a piece of land called Hatcherds in the parish of Reculver, on condition he keep and sustain my yearly Obit of 6s. 8d. in the Church of Herne for twenty years next after my death, for my soul, parents, and all christian souls, to be kept within fourteen days after the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, as follows: two priests at the Dirige, every of them for his Dirige and. Mass, Gd.; two parish clerks to be at the same, to each 4d; and to the sexton, 6d.; and the residue to poor people of Herne and in other charitable deeds at the discretion of my ex’ors. If William or his heirs failed to do this, then my feoffees to 

take the land called Hatcherds to ferm and with the profits carry out the same Obit for twenty years. Witnesses: John a Manne,. Henry atte See, Thomas atte See, John Ode, John Young. 
Prob. 12 Oct. 1500.                          (Vol. VI,, fol. 5.)

74.—JOHN LACKER.
   7 July 1500. To be buried in the churchyard. Ex’ors: wife Katherine and Thomas Seynt. Feoffees: John Hyk, Thos. Cobbe, John Hoode, Richard Paramore. Wife Katherine to have for life. my tenement with eleven acres and a rod of land at Hunterstreet, and at her death to dau. Joan, wife of Thomas Seynt, but if Joan die before Katherine, then to the heirs of Joan, but if none to Thomas Seynt. Witnesses: John Aldye, Thomas Hawlett, Thomas
Oulpett. 
Prob. 1 Dec. 1500.                            (Vol. VI., fol. 8.)

75.—VALENTINE COBBE. (See No. 42.)
   8 Feb. 1500-1. To be buried in the churchyard. At my burial, 40s., which my ex’ors to receive of James Cobb my brother for the land sold to him by me. To John at Hall, carpenter, and Alys his wife, my mother, 40s.; and to John at Hall, six ewes,

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