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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 117
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

53s. 4d. for the Antiphonar, and the remainder to wife Joan. To wife Joan my tenement in Herne Street with its lands, four acres in a plot called Brodepece in Studhill field, and to her heirs. Also Joan to have and occupy for her life my land called Stokiney of six acres, and another croft called Gunteslese of eight acres, which after her death is to be sold, and the money for a priest to sing, in the Church for one year, and in other deeds of charity. That James Elys have an acre of land at Studhill which he farmeth of me, and my utter weir at Bouthill, and to his heirs. To William Malyn my weir in the sea called Davye, and to his heirs. That Bevoton Cobbe, dau. of Valentine Cobbe, have my land weir and flood-weir next to it, and half an acre of wood at Hallwood. My place at See Street and all my other lands that Wm. Malyn occupieth, he to have them for four years, paying the yearly ferm to Joan my wife, then to be sold, and the money to wife Joan, and to the reparation of the Steeple or church walls of Reculver 40s., to the reparation of the lead of the church or church walls of Herne four marcs (£2 13s. 4d.). All the yearly profit from a piece of my land beside Yenford containing three acres, lying to the lands of Sir John Fineux, knight, towards the east, the lands of the Hospital of Harbaldowne and St. John’s, Canterbury, 

south, the lands of Thos. Butt and the Hospitals north, and the King’s highway west, for the maintenance of a yearly Obit in Herne Church. 
Prob. 18 December 1525.           (Vol.XIV., fol. 125.)

121.—VINCENT PARAMORE. (See Nos. 64 and 112.)
   31 August 1526. To be buried in the churchyard. To the reparation of the church walls about Our Lady chancel of the Church, 6s. 8d. Towards buying an Antiphonar book for the Church, 6s. 8d. To the light of St. Katherine, one ewe. To Margery Bougeor my dau., 6s. 8d.; also to Rose Fylton and Isabel Mannard my daus., to each 20s. To son Robert a cow, two bullocks, and four ewes; to son John a cow, two bullocks, and two seams [16 bushels] of wheat. All the other cattle to be equally divided between my two sons Robert and John, and they ex’ors to dispose for my soul, with William Paramore my brother overseer. Son Robert to have my tenement and lands of 27 acres in the Borough of Hampton, paying to Margaret my wife 20s. yearly. Son John to have all my other lands in Hunter Street, Edington, and Westbroke, paying to Margaret 20s. yearly. 
Prob . . . 1526.                            (Vol XIV., fol. 166)

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