128.—JOHN PERCILALL of Faversham.
(See No. 34 in Vol XXVIII., p. 104.)
17 Sept. 1522. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Martin
of Herne by my father and my mother. To the high altar of Faversham, 6s.
8d.; and to buy a vestment in the Church of Herne, £5. A priest to have
20 marcs (£13 6s. 8d.) to sing in the Church of Herne at St. John’s
Altar for one year, and at Our Lady Altar another year. To the
churchwardens of Herne, £24 to purchase four nobles [i.e. 26s. 8d]
by year, for a yearly Obit for my soul, my father and mother, and the
Vicar to see this done and have 20d., also each churchwarclen 12d. To
Richard Exton my wife’s son, £5; and to Benett my wife’s dau., £5.
For two gravestones, one for my father and mother, and another for me,
with the cost and charges, five marcs (£3 6s. 8d.). Witnesses: Sir John
Gibb, curate, Mr. John Rooke, Robert Thomson, Thomas West.
Prob. 3 Oct. 1522. (Archdeaconry Vol. XV.,
129.—R0BERT NOTINGHAM of Minster in Thanet, son and one of the heirs of
Vincent Notingham, late of Heron (sic), of the age of twenty-three
years and more.
1 May 1529. To be buried in the churchyard of Our Lady in
Minster. Ex’ors : Robert Beere my master, and Robert Raymys, with
William Baily overseer. Of all the lands and tenements that descended unto
me after the death of Vincent Notingham my father in the parish of Heron,
after my death 13 acres to the use of Joan my mother, now the wife of Wm.
Fraunces the elder. To my brother Wm. Fraunces, 8 acres of land, paying to
my sisters Agnes and Margaret Fraunces 26s. 8d. at their marriage.. Four
acres of land in Herne to be sold, and the money to be done for my soul,
my father Vincent, and my grandfather Robert Notingham, and my mother’s
father John Baker and Agnes his wife. Witnesses: Sir David Raynold,
curate, Richard Davy, Thos. Swayn.
Prob. 18 July 1530. (Archdeaconry Vol. XIX.,