122 —ROSE MAGGE, widow (See No 79)
18 July 1526. To be buried in the churchyard, beside Thos. Magge,
late my husband. To the high altar, 6d.; to the Lights of Jesus called
Holy Saviour, the Cross, St. Peter, and Our Lady, to each 4d. To Sir
Oliver Beswek, priest, to pray for my soul, 8d. Residue to John Werchinden
and Joan his wife, my dau., paying my debts, etc., and they ex’ors, with
Thomas Colpholt of Canterbury overseer. That John Werchinden and his wife
Joan have to them and their heirs all my lands and, tenements on condition
that within twelve months of my death they enfeoff certain persons such as
my dau. Joan shall name, in as much land. as is worth £12 for the same
Joan for her life, and pay unto Katherine.. my dau. 46s. 3d., and to Rose
and Cicely, the daus. of .Cicely Cobbe my dau., to each at their marriage
l0s. Witnesses: Sir Oliver Besweke, priest, Wm. Wilcock, otherwise called
Philpott, and.Sare, the wife of John Gardon.
Prob . . .
(Vol. XIV., fol. 196.)
123 —ALEXANDER GOFF (See No 25 in Vol XXVIII, p 99)
25 October 1526. To be buried in the churchyard. To the
Lights of Jesus, Our Lady, and St. Peter, to each 4d.
To Margaret Nottingham, the dau. of my dau., one ewe. Ex’ors: Valentine
Kingesnoth and Joan his wife,. my youngest dau. To Joan Sayer, my eldest
dau., dwelling in the parish of St. John’s in Thanet, five marcs. To
Rose Godhewe my second dan., five marcs. To Cristian my wife, 20 marcs,
the chamber where I lie, and meat and. drink for one quarter after my
death., To the reparation of Herne Church, 3s. 4d. That stones be laid in
certain places in the Borough of Strode where most needed, to the value of
l0s. That Thos. Goff my brother and John Boykin the elder be overseers.
All my lands and tenements in the Borough of Strode or elsewhere to
Valentine Kingesnoth my son-in-law and Joan his wife,. except a piece of
ground called Hellings, which is to be. sold to pay debt’s;etc.’
Witnesses : Sir Oliver Besweke, Thomas Goffe, Thomas Nottingham, Richard
Cooke; Robert Kempe.
Prob . . .
(Vol. XIV., fol 197.)
124 —JOHN HAWLOTT
22 October 1527. To be buried in the churchyard.
Residue to Residue to wife Agnes and Philip Studde my father-inlaw, who ex’ors.