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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 108
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

5 mares (£3 6s. 8d.). Wife Katherine executrix, and she to have the place I now dwell in and all my lands, except the place which I bought of James a Dane, and six acres of land bought of Wm. Ewell, Innys Ewell, and John Alyn, until John my son is twenty-one, then he to have the same; but if he die before then, to Amy my dau. and her heirs; but if none, to be sold, and 20s. to the repair of the Church of Herne; to the repair of St. Peter’s in Thanet, 20s.; to thirty poor maidens half living in Herne and the other half in the parish of St. Peter, £10; to the Brotherhood Mass of Herne, 5 marcs; and for four bells to hang about the canopy, 26s. 8d. 
Prob. 24 March 1510-11.              (Vol. X., fol. 108.)

   10 August 1510. To be buried in the Church behind the font next to the west door, and to the Church for my burial, 6s. 8d. To the Lights of St. Martin, Our Lady, the Cross in the Roodloft, and of Jesus, to each 8d. Yearly to the maintenance of the Jesus Mass for seven years, 12d. To Francis Rydar’s wife, 6s. 8d. and my chest; to the wife of John Rydar, 6s. 8d. Residue, after paying debts, etc., to Francis, John, and Thomas Rydar equally, and Francis 

Rydar ex’or. My tenement and land to be sold, and the money to provide a priest to sing for my soul, etc., in the Church at the Altar of Jesus for one year; and 40s. for a chalice to be bought for the priest that shall sing Jesus Mass in the same Church; 40s. for buying an Antiphonar and a Grail for the qwere. of the Church for ever; and 6s. 8d. for a yearly Obit to be kept for seven years. All the wood growing upon my land at Roth to be sold for the payment of my debts, etc., and the land to John Rydar.
Prob . . . 1511.                                  (Vol. X., fol. 110.)

100.—KATHERINE A SEE, widow. (See No. 73.)
   4 March 1509-10. To be buried in the churchyard. To Alice Consaunt, dau. of Elenor Everard, a brass pan of five gallons. To John Consaunt, a peucher pot of a quart. To William Consaunt, a table-cloth of diaper. To Katherine Everard, a brass pot with a ryngyll. To Alice, the wife of Wm. a See, my best russet gown, harnessed girdle, and hood; and to Margery, the dau. of Wm. a See, a chest with lock and key and a flaxeu.sheet. To my dau. Elenor Everard, my beads of coral with the gawdees* of silver
   * The "gaudees" were the larger bead.s in a roll for prayer.

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