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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 105
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

dau. Constance, l0s. To the Roodloft of Herne Church, when they begin to set up any part of it, 40s. Ex’ors: Thos. Hikke my son, and Thomas Germin my son-in-law. 
Prob. 2 Oct. 1508.                         (Vol. IX., fol. 103.)

92.—THOMAS COBBE. 
                           (See No. 58 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 113.)
   1 December 1508. To be buried in the churchyard. That my daus. Godlefe and Isabelle each have a cow, also to their marriage 40s. to be paid by my son James. Ex’ors: my wife [not named] and son James, who are to cause to be carried 100 loads of stone for mending the highway between Hampton Hawe and Wevering every year for three years. Wife to have all my lands, tenements, profits from my weirs, and all other movables for a year; then to James my son half part, and the other half to my wife for life, and James to pay 40s. yearly to his mother. To Thomas, son of Valentine Cobbe my son, five acres of land at Stonylands. To Valentine my son, a house with two acres of land in which he lives at Hampton Hill, with a house at Hampton Brokeside, and five acres of land, also half of my boat, the other half to son James. Witnesses: Sir John Pirkins, parish priest, Alex. Cobbe, Thomas at See, 

Richard Howting. 
Prob . . .     (Vol. 1506-9).             (Vol. IX., fol. 109.)

93.—WILLIAM ALEYN. (See No. 76.)
   4 November 1508. To be buried, in the churchyard. To the high altar for tithes, 3s. 4d.; to the Light of St. Peter, a bushel of barley; of Our Lady, two bushels of barley. To every of my sons, 60 ewes, four kine, and a horse, when aged 20 years; to daus. Christian and Joan, 40s., a cow, and ten ewes at the day of their marriage. To William, son of Vincent Aleyn, two drawing bullocks, and my messuage at 0-renehill, and messuage at Yongstreet. Ex’ors: Margarie my wife and John Aleyn my brother. That wife Margarie have and receive the profits, etc., of my tenement where I now live, and a field called Kittesfield, another called Stretefield, and one acre of land at Strode Barrow in Herne, also all my lands, etc., in Chislet until Nicholas my son is 20 years old, then to him and his heirs for ever, paying to my wife £20 yearly. Also Margerie to have all the profits of my lands and tenements in the Borough of Hawe and Beltinge until Anthony my son is twenty, then to him and his heirs. To John Aleyn my brother,

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