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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 110
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

Obit in the Church at the Feast of St. Peter called Lammasse [1August] in form following: to the vicar or his deputy and to the Chantry-priest for singing Dirige and Mass, to each 6d., to a soul-priest there, 4d., to the sexton for ringing and making the hearse, 12d. After the death of Margaret, the church wardens to have yearly from a croft of land called the Platt, 5s., to be distributed in the parish among poor people in bread and money for my soul. To the reparations of the foul ways between the sea-side and Thorneden gate in the Borough of Thornden and Wolet, every year 5s. during the twenty years. After the death of Margaret, then Thomas, the son of James at Church, to have an. acre of land at Bysmere street; and Harry at Church have the profits of three acres of land in a croft called Rayners and another three acres of land beneath, the mill bank for one year; also John, the brother of the same Henry, have it for another tear, then Richard at Church have it for one year, then Thomas at Church for one . year,. then Wm. at Church. for one year, afterward Philip at Church my brother for one year, then John, the son of Philip. After the death of Margaret that. William, son of John at Church my brother, have my boat and two 

weirs, on condition he pays to my ex’ors within four years £3 6s. 8d.
Prob. 10 May 1512.                         (Vol. XI., fol. 10.)

103.—ANDREW BOOREMAN.
 . . . 1513. To be buried jn the churchyard. Wife Agnes, with Martin Foox and John Tanner, ex’ors. . Feoffees: James Cobbe, John Nashe, William Raynolds. My tenement and garden in the Borough of Strode to wife Agnes for her life, then to be sold and the money disposed part to the Church of Herne, part to foul ways, and part in deeds of charity. If my wife Agnes be disposed to be a Sister in any place, then ex’ors to sell the same tenement and garden and give £4 to wife Agnes. . Witness: Sir Christopher, parish priest. 
No Probate date (Vol. 1511—15).   (Vol. XI., fol. 64.)

104.—VINCENT STUD.
   16 May 1517. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of Jesus, 8d. To wife Joan, my household stuff. Son Thomas ex’or, and to have my tenement and lands, paying 13s. 4d. yearly to Joan. To son Vincent, £4. 
No Probate (Vol. 1515—20).           (Vol. III, fol. 38.)

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