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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 103
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

of Thos., Notingham, my garden at Strode of two acres of land. Witnesses: Thomas Goffe, Alexander Goffe, Richard Howting John Clark. 
Prob. 22 Sept. 1506.                    (Vol. VIII., fol. 147.)

87.—WILLIAM BOYKIN.
   20 March 1505-6. To be. buried in the churchyard. Daus Elinore, Isabel, and Margery, each to have two acres of land at Hoverland. Wife Godlefe to have for life my tenement called Weyfrynge with all lands, except the six acres to my daus., and a the death of my wife to my daus. equally. My tenement at Herne town to be sold and the money to pay debts, etc., and for my soul. Ex’ors: Wife Godlefe and Thomas Cobb. Witnesses: Sir Thomas Swan, clerk, Henry at See, Valentine Cobb. 
Prob 5 October 1506.                    (Vol. VIII., fol. 149.)

88.—NICHOLAS NOTINGHAM. (See No. 70.)
   26 August 1506. To be buried in the churchyard. That in brother Vincent have five acres of land called Oldbarton in the Borough of Hampton; my brothers Thomas and James, six acre of land at a place called Thomas Alyns, equally between them To John and Robert, the sons of Vincent 

Notingham, two acres of land at Oldbarton gate when they are twenty-one. Ex’ors: Sir John Caton, vicar, and Vincent Notingham. 
Prob; 1 December 1506.                 (Vol. VIII., fol. 153.)

89.—MARGERY PHELIP. (See No. 86.)
   12 April 1507. To be buried in the churchyard. To the high altar, 12d.; to the Church, a pair of my best sheets to make there with two altar cloths. To the Light of St. Martin, 12d.; of St. Katherine, 4d.; of St. Thomas, a bushel of wheat. To Elynor Consaunt my mother, my salt sellar of silver and best chafyr. To William Consaunt my brother, my great brass pot, best feather bed with a traunson, a coverlet, and pair of sheets next to the best, and two yards of violet cloth. To Alice Consaunt my sister, my best gown and best kyrtill, and second harnessed girdle, a hanging bed with the apparel, a pair of sheets, two platters, two pewter dishes. To Jone Consaunt my sister, my best girdle, a brass pot, two platters, two candlesticks, my best table-cloth, a pair of sheets with a white hanging bed. To Katherine my sister, my best bason with a cover, a pair of sheets, two towels of diaper. To Walter Colman,

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