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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 113
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

John Ewell my son, 12 acres of land in the parish of Reculver, and to her heirs, but if none, then to Joan my dau. That my croft of land at Upper Strode of three acres, with appurts., shall maintain a yearly Obit in the Church of Herne for ever, for my soul, parents, and all Christian souls for ever. Witnesses: Sir Oliver Beswyke, curate, Francis Ridar, William Awvgare. 
Prob. 19 Dec. 1519.                    (Vol. XII., fol; 167.)

111.—JOHN YONG. 
                          (See No. 36 in Vol. XXVIII., p. 104.)
   24 April 1518. To be buried in the churchyard. To buy a Book or Vestment, 20s. To my sister ; Elisabeth, the wife of Richard Yong, and to Francis, Joan, and Cristian, the children of my brother Richard, to each one ewe. To Elisabeth and Robert, the children of my brother Henry, to each one ewe. To Robert, son of Robert my brother, one ewe. Residue to ex’ors, Richard, Henry, and Robert Yong, my brothers. Witnesses: Sir William Betts, Thomas Knoller, Steven Sawyer. 
Prob. 27 June 1519.                      (Vol. XII., fol. 169.)

112.—JAMES PARAMORE.
   11 June 1518. To be buried in the churchyard. Son John

ex’or, and to have my house and lands, also the ground sown with corn, if he suffer Elinor my wife to have my house and garden for one year. Wife Elinor to have a cow, bullock, four ewes, and the. movables of my house. To son Vincent, 13s. 4d; to son John, a great kettle and 6s. 8d.; to daus. Margaret, Alice, and Agnes, 6s. 8d. each.
Prob . . . 1520.                         (Vol. XII., fol. 174.)

113.—JAMES SHARPE.
   12 Nov. 1519. To be buried in the churchyard. To Joane Bassett, a little cofer called a caroll. Residue to wife Margaret, who executrix. Wife to have the yearly profits of my tenement during her life, then to Joan Jewys, the dau. of the same Margaret, and her heirs. Witnesses: Sir John Simson, priest, Sir John Walker, priest, William Awger.
Prob. 26 March 1520.                     (Vol. XIII, fol.. 3.)

114.—FRANCIS RIDAR. (See. No. 99.)
   27 January 1519-20. To be buried in the churchyard at the west end of the church. Wife Mildred and son Thomas ex’ors. 
Prob. 11 June 1520,                        (Vol. XIII., fol. 13.)

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