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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 86
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

   1430— . . . Stephen Porchet.
                              (Ex. with the last 11 Feb. 1429-30. 
                                               Reg. Chichele, fol. 181.)
   1447— . . . William Russell.
                      (Coll. 16 June 1447. Reg. Stafford, fol. 94.)
   . . . —1457 John Iye.
   1457—66 Geoffrey Dawe.
                 (Coll. 20 Nov. 1457, on. the death of John lye.
                                                 Reg. Bourchier, fol. 68.)
   1466—82 Christofer Altham.
                           (Coll. 4 Dec. 1466, on the death of the
                                      former chaplain—fol. 94.)
   1482—1500 Richard Hoode.
                         (Coll. 16 Jan. 1481-2, on the resignation
                                of the last. Reg. Bourchier, fol. 128.)

   By his will, dated 7 March 1499—1500, Richard Hoode desired to be buried in the chancel of Holy Cross of Hoth, and gave to the Light of Holy Cross in the chapel 4d.; and 

to the altar of St. Margaret two cruets. To the church of St. James, which is called Abattiswasborowe, which is distant two miles from the church or place called Haylls, a chalice of silver and gold, price 40s. Joane Olyfe have my best cloak or 6s. 8d. Dom. John Michell, chantry-chaplain of St. Mary in the church of Reculver, my horse. Ex’or John Michell, and the Rector. of Stourmouth overseer. 
Probate 6 April 1500.           (Consistory vol. 5, fol. 64.)

   1501—1511 William Hyghmore.
            (By the Prior of Canterbury, "Sede Vacante" 
                after the death of Archbishop Morton. Register
                 R, fol. 63, Cathedral Library, Canterbury.)
   1511—. . . John Chalcott.
                       (Coll. 8 May 1511, on the death of the last
                              incumbent. . Reg. Warham, fol. 342.)
   (? 1516-17)— . . . John Walker.
                 (On the death of the last incumbent—fol. 362.)

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