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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 116
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

the inter (sic) weir stedyll [i.e. frame or posts], sometime Richard   Ewell’s. Wife Joan to have for life a croft called Furmingers of seven acres, at her death to Richard my son. Son John, when twenty-one, to have my two messuages at Beltinge with three acres of land adjoining, seven acres at Will at Wellys, two acres called Sygrymenes, seven acres in the bottom, and my Cliff between the weir way and the Cliff of Robert Seers containing seven acres, two acres called Southwood, and two weir stedylls that were John Hickks’ my father, but wife Joan to have the profits from the same until John is twenty-one. To son Anthony when twenty-one, my messuage at the west end of Herne called Stretend with seven acres of land adjoining, eight acres called Whetey, one and half acres next the land of John Rooper, esquire, deceased, in the Borough of Thornden, and my croft called a little downe of three acres in the Borough of Hampton, but wife Joan to have all the issues from the same until Anthony is twenty-one. Witnesses: Wm. Consant, Thos. Hikks the younger, Thos. Consaunt, Wm. Ewell, Thos. Rider, Wm. Hamme, Wm. Fylpott.
Prob. 19 June 1525.                (Vol. XIV., fol. 112.)

   4 May 1525. To be buried in the churchyard. To son Richard a weir. To daus. Martyn, Dorothy, and Joan, to each one ewe and lamb, and 6s. 8d. Residue to wife Isabel, who with John Alyn of Hunterstreet, ex’ors. Wife Isabel to have for life the messuage where I live with the garden and lands, etc., in the Borough of Hampton, then to Richard my son and his heirs, but if none, then to dau. Dorothy and her heirs, but if none, to dau. Joan; but if all the children die without heirs, then to be sold, and the money in repair of foul ways, and for a priest to sing a trental of masses in the Church. Witnesses: Oliver Beswyk, parish priest, Wm Raynold, Vincent Pigett, Stephen Sayer, John Bennett. 
Prob. 17 July 1525.                    (Vol. XIV., fol. 114.)

120.—JAMES COBBE. (See No. 92.)
   26 April 1525. To be buried in the churchyard. Towards buying an Antiphonar to the use of the Church for ever, 53s. 4d. To dau. Alice, one ewe. My boat with all its apparel to James Elys and William Malyn. Residue after paying debts, etc., to wife Joan, who executrix. Three and half acres of land at Westend in the Borough of Thornden to be sold, and with the money, the

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