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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 106
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

one acre of land in a field called Cotheyfield. A piece of land. called Gomeslys to be sold; and with the money a yearly Obit in the Church. 
No Probate date (Vol. 1506-9).       (Vol. IX., fol. 111.)

94.—THOMAS AT SEE. (See No. 66.)
   6 December 1508. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of Our Lady, a sheep price l6d.; of St. Katherine, a bushel of barley. To son William, a cow, ten sheep, and my " were bote." To every of my daus., 40g. at their marriage to be paid by Cristine my wife. That John at See of Whitstaple after my death enfeoff my feoffees in all my lands and tenements at Studhill, the which with my two uttermost weirs at; Bonehill and all my lands and woods in the Borough of Thorneden shall remain to William my son and his heirs, and he to enter into them at the Feast of St. Michael next after my death. Wife Cristine to have all the issues and profits of my tenement at See Street, with all lands pertaining thereto, until Hamon my son is twenty years of age, then Hamon to have the same, paying to Cristine yearly from the same 20s., with right of distress if unpaid. Also Cristine to have all the issue and profits of my tenement at Greenhill with its lands in the Borough of 

Strode until Vincent my son is twenty years old, then to Vincent, paying to Cristine 13s. 4d. yearly, with right of distress for the same. To son Hamon when sixteen years old, my land at Bonehill; to son Vincent when sixteen, my land at Hampton; if any son die without lawful heirs, his share to the survivors equally. Ex’ors: wife Cristine and son William, with Vincent Paramore, overseer. 
Prob . . . .                                 (Vol. IX., fol. 120.)

95—THOMAS SALKYN.
   21 November 1508. To be buried in the churchyard beside my father there. To Stephen Salkyn my cousin, 20s.; and to Isabel his wife, 3s. 4d,; to William Salkyn, 20s.; to Robert Salkyn, 15s. A priest to sing in the Church for my soul, wife, father and mother, and all good friends for half a year and have five mares. Ex’ors : Stephen Salkyn and Alexander Goff, to dispose for my soul. The tenement where I live, with six acres of land, to be sold, and the money to fulfil my will. A yearly Obit in the Church from the farm of three acres of land at Henneford for ten years, then the three acres to be sold and the money in pious uses. 
Prob . . . . (Vol 1506-9).                  (Vol. IX., fol. 126.)

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