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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 99
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

To Wm. Kenett my brother, four ewes. To James Cobb, my brother, six ewes; and to each of his children one ewe. Feoffees: Robert at See, Vincent Notingham, John at Hall, carpenter, who are to sell one acre of land at Westbrege at the place called Downegrove in the Borough of Hampton, and with the money provide a priest in the Church of Herne.. Ex’ors: John at Hall and Vincent Notingham. 
Prob 1501.                                      (Vol. VI., fol. 30.)

76.—VINSENT ALEN. (See No. 63.)
   24 February 1500-1. To be buried in the churchyard. To sons John, Simon, and William, three acres of wheat when it is ready to crop. Wife have all moveable goods, and executrix. 
Prob. 14 June 1501.                       (Vol VI., fol. 35.)

77.—JAMES A DANE.
   20 May 1501. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 6s. 8d. To the Lights of St. Mary, St. Katherine, and St. . James, a bushel of barley. Wife Margery to have my tenement with garden in the Street of Herne, next unto the Vicarage, for her life; then to my Sons John and Thomas, who also shall have all my other lands, etc., in Herne and Reculver, paying to Margery 20s. yearly. 

Ex’ors: wife Margery and son John. 
Prob. 5 July 1501.                             (Vol. VI., fol. 38.)

78.—JOHN KNEPE. 
                       (See No. 37 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 105.)
   20 October 1502. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high’ altar, 12d.; to all the Lights in the church, 6d. To son Thomas, 26s. 8d.; dau. Cristian, 13s. 4d.; dau.. Joan, 6s. 8d.; to be paid within a year of the death of Julian my wife. Wife Julian have. all my lands and tenements with appurts. for her life; then to son James, four acres of land before my gate and one acre of wood called the further acre, but if James die without lawful heirs then to son John. That son John after the death of Julian have all the residue of my lands and tenements, except two acres next to the four acres, which two acres shall be sold to pay debts, etc. Ex’ors: wife Jullian and son John. 
Prob. not entered.                             (Vol. VII., fol. 51.)

79.—THOMAS MAGGE.
   16 August 1502. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 6d. Half an acre called Bigode in the Borough of Beltinge to be sold to pay my debts. My four outewerys [i.e. weirs] to be

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