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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 107
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

96.—NICHOLAS EWELL:
   8 September 1510. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Lights of St. Martin, Our Lady, and Jesus, to each a bushel of barley. To son John, twenty ewes and two kine when he cometh to the age of twenty-one. Residue to wife .Joan to dispose for my soul, and to be executrix, with Sir John Perkins, overseer. Wife Joan to have and receive the issues and profits of all my lands and tenements until, son John is twenty-one, then John to have the same paying yearly to his mother 13s. 4d.; but if John die before twenty-one, without heirs, then at the death of. Joan to be sold and from the money five mares to a priest to sing in the Church of Reculver; and to the reparation of the king’s highway between Herne Church and Hunters Street 40s., or else some other bad road; also 20s. to be given to poor people and for an Obit in Herne Church. Two pieces of land of four acres called Melfield and Cowlls to be sold to pay my debts and bequests. 
Prob. 24 March 1510-11.                 (Vol. X., fol. 103.)

97.—WILLIAM NOTINGHAM. 
                           (See No. 56 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 111.)
      2 Feb. 1510-11. To be buried in the churchyard. 

Ex’ors: Wife Joan and Thomas Goff. Feoffees: Vincent Notingham, Alexander Goff, Thomas Salkyn, Thomas Crom. Wife Joan to have and occupy the messuage in which I live, with a hamlet (sic) and a croft of land before the gate of the same, until son Thomas is eighteen, then he to have the same, paying to Joan his sister to her marriage 13s. 4d.; but if Thomas die before he is eighteen, then to Margery my dau. at the age of twenty, paying the 13s. 4d. to Joan my dau.; but if Margery die before twenty, then to Joan when eighteen and her heirs; but if none, then to be sold and the money to find a secular priest to sing in Herne Church for my soul, etc., for two years and have 20 marcs (£13 6s. 8d.). Dau. Margery to have a piece of land called Crowe at her marriage. Three acres of land at Knepys Broke to be sold, and the money to pay debts, etc. 
No Prob. entered (Vol. 1509-11).      (Vol. X., fol. 105.)

98.—RICHARD WILKS.
   8 May 1510. To be buried in the Church of St. Martin’. To the maintenance of the Brotherhood of Jesus in the same Church, 20d. To making a window over St. Christopher in the. Church,

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