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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 30  1914  page 122
                                             
HERNE WILLS: ABSTRACTS.—II. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

Mr. William Fineux twenty angels,* and he with John Norwood, ex’ors. Residue to poor people and in deeds of charity.† 
Prob. 20 Sept. 1542.                  (Vol. XVIII., fol. 69.)

133.—WILLIAM SEE. (See No. 100.)
   3 October 1543. To be buried in the Church (sic) beside my father and mother. At my burial in dirige and mass and other charitable deeds among needy and poor folk, 100s. To the Vicar of the parish to pray for my soul, and all christian souls, 3s. 4d. To Nicholas Rayner my kinsman, 20 ewes within twelve months after my death. To John Younge, my wife’s brother, 40s. To my daus. Elisabeth and Thomasine, to their marriage, or when 19 years old, £100, each to be the other’s heir. Residue to wife Isabell to pay my debts and legacies, and she to be sole executrix. To John my eldest son and his heirs male, my Manor of Buckland, with all lands, tenements, customs, etc., in the parishes of Buckland, Luddenham, Stone, Ospringe, and Norton, and for lack of heirs male, to the next heirs male of the same William; also John to have nine and half acres of land that I late had of John Dryland of Wye, in the parishes of Tenham and Norton, when he cometh to the age of 

twenty-one years; if John die before, then to Robert my son and his heirs. To son Robert all my lands, tenements, pastures, marshes, meadows, woods, rents, etc., which I have in the parishes of Herne, Reculver, and Chislet when he is 21 years old, and to his heirs for ever; provided that Isabell my wife, his mother, shall have her living and dwelling in the Manor of Underdowne that I now well in, during the nonage of the said Robert, and £10 half-yearly at the Feast of the Annunciation of Our Lady and St. Michael. Witnesses : Mr. Nicholas Ridley, vicar of Herne, and John Seth. 
Prob. 12 April 1544.                    (Vol. XIX., fol. 34.)

134.—HAMON SEE.
  28 December 1552. To be buried in the churchyard. To son James, five ewes, a twelver monthing heifer, two capounes, and my great brewing kettle. To son Thomas, a twelve monthing bull,
   * Gold coins with the figure of an angel stamped upon, them.
    † Lawrence Kinder, Rector of Swalcliffe, by his Will dated 29 October 1540 (and proved 14 February 1540-1), gave to Sir Wm. Michell, Chantry-priest of Herne, "my white ambling mare, my fox ,furred gown, second best cap, and a new chamlet dublett." 

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