108.—HENRY NOTINGHAM,* now of the parish of
Allhallows in Canterbury.
27 March 1518. To be buried where he dies. My father gave, by
his Will, to me certain lands, tenements, rents, meadows, etc., in the
parish of Herne. I give and bequeath all the same to Anne my mother and to
her heirs, and. she to be executrix. Witnesses: Master John Coleman,
Master Thomas Bele, Sir Richard Knepe, parson of All Hallows, Wm. Warlowe.
Prob . . .
(A, Vol. XIV., 5.)
22 Nov. 1518.. To be buried in the churchyard. Ex’ors: Wife
Alice and son Thomas, with Thomas Knoller overseer. To son Thomas, the
lease bought of John Marchaunt; and to wife Alice, the profit of all my
lands (except my lease) until son Thomas is eighteen, then he to enjoy all
my lands, paying 13s. 4d. yearly to my wife Alice. If Thomas die before my
wife, then she is to have the same for her life, except one piece in
Shelvinge of five rods, and another piece called Tryckys of five rode,
which are to be sold, and from the money for a priest to sing in Herne
Church for half a year, £3 6s. 8d.; at the death of Alice all
to be sold, and the money for a priest in Herne Church, and to the Light
of Our Lady and of St. Katherine, to each 6s. 8d. Witnesses: Sir John
Simpson, curate, Thomas Knoller, Michael Nott, Richard Church.
Prob. 31 January
XII., fol. 125.)
3 Nov. 1519. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of
Our Lady, 12d. for seven years; and to the Roodloft, 20s. Ex’ors: Wife
Cecily and Alexander Hykks. To dau. Joan, my tenement at Yong Street with
all its lands, paying yearly 40s. to her mother. That Richard Hikks, son
of my dau. Joan, have after the death of Cecily my tenement at Bromefield
with all its lands, and to his heirs, but if none, then to .John his
brother and his heirs. Dau. Joan to have my tenement at Strode, with an
acre of land to it, after the death of Cecily my wife. To Margaret, the
* The Notingham family were of Herne, and. there was
a William Notingham of Chislet, who died in 1504, being buried in that
† There was a Nicholas Ewell of Reculver in 1512, who had a son
Richard, to whom he left seven acres called Willowes in Herne.