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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 119
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

close of three acres in. the Borough of Hampton to be sold, and the money to pay debts, etc. To Rose my sister, seven acres of land called Blakysham during her life, then to John my son. Wife Agnes to have all my other lands and tenements with appurts. until son John is twenty-one, then to him, paying to his mother yearly 13s. 4d. If son John die before he is twenty-one, then wife Agnes have all lands, etc., for her life, and then to my next heirs.
Prob. 17 Feb. 1527-8.                      (Vol. XV., fol. 20.)

   28 Nov. 1528. To be buried in the churchyard. To the Light of Our Lady in Our Lady’s chancel, 4d. Wife Sare to have half my movable goods if she marry not. To each dau., 40s. Ex’ors: my brother John Boykin and Sare my wife. John my eldest son to have my tenement and lands at Hampton Hill, and three acres of land at Thornden, with a marsh. To John my second son, five acres of land called Bakersway in the Borough of Thornden. To William my son, five acres of land at Westbrooke. Witnesses: Sir Oliver Beswyk, John Allen of Hampton, Richard Coke, Thomas Hale. 
Prob. 11 January 1528-9.               (Vol. XV., fol. 54.)

   22 April 1529. To be buried in the churchyard. To dau. Joan and to sons William and James, to each one ewe. To the reparations of the highways where most needful, 3s.4d. Ex’ors: my wife Isabell and Robert Paramore. That my wife Isabell have the ferm of my weir for the term of three years; and dau. Alice, the’ ferm of my other weir for four years; then son William have both weirs. Son William when twenty-one to have my tenement and all lands, except two acres and a half in a close called Studhill close. 
Prob. 31 May 1529.                         (Vol. XV., fol. 67.).

127.—WILLIAM BAKER. (See No. 82.)
   4 Sept. 1529. To be buried in the Church of Herne. To the Lights of Holy Trinity, St. Clement, and Our Lady in the chancel of Our Lady, to each 12d. To Joan Aleyn my dau.-in-law, £6 13s. 4d.; and to Anthony Aleyn my son-in-law, 26s. 8d. To James Baker my kinsman, two acres of land in Bekyn-field. To Alice Mansyn my mother~in-law, 20s. Ex’ors: John Aleyn of

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