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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 111
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

105.—.J0HN AT CHURCH, senior. (See No. 102.)
   4 May 1516. To be buried in the churchyard. To the buying of an Antiphonar for the Church, 40s. Ex’ors: James Germin and John Boykin. Wife Alice to have all my movable goods of household stuff, corn, and cattle, except the corn which grew upon the lands that John Boykin the younger hath. Feoffees: Vindent Pamour, James Jermin the elder, William, son of Vincent Alyn, William, son of Thomas a See, and William Pamore the younger. To wife Alice, a croft of land at the Brook of six acres, and a piece of land called Stokgrove of three acres for her life, then to the heirs male of Philip my brother, but if none, to the heirs of James my brother. To Thomas, the son of James Church, my place at Bysmourstreet and six acres of land, paying to my ex’ors 40s. That Harry, John, Richard, and William, the Sons of James Church, all such lands and tenements that I have right or title to, after the death of Marion Spencer, widow, and Margaret, the widow of Thomas at Church. To John Boykin the younger, two parcels of land at Westbrook in the Borough of Thornden. To John Boykin the elder and John Boykin the younger, 

my weir called Sandweir, and half an acre of land in Swalcliffe on the west part of Baker’s way. Witnesses: Vincent Paramore, John Paramore, John Boykin the younger, Harry at Church, William Paramore the younger, William Penny. 
Prob. 16 Feb. 1516-17.                  (Vol. XII., fol. 21.)

106.—JOHN AT HALL.
   31 August 1517. To be buried in the churchyard. That Alice my wife have the tenement where I live for her life, then to William Kennett my son-in-law. 
Prob . . .  1517.                              (Vol. XII., fol. 42.)

107.—JOHN MARCHALD, parish priest.
   15 July 1518. To be buried in the churchyard. To Thomas Marchald and Joan my sister, £3 6s. 8d.. equally between them. Ex’or: Sir William Michell, chantry-priest of Herne, to dispose in the Church for my soul. Witnesses: Antony Sandway, Richard Hewre, James Germin, Richard Cook, 
Prob. 25 October 1518.                (Vol. XII., fol 104.)

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