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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 87
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

   1525— . . . Richard Latymer, M.A.
                     (Col. 8 Sept. 1525, on the death of the last
                               incumbent. Reg. Warham, fol. 385.)
   . . . —1547  William Deacon.
                    (Mentioned in the Valor Ecclesiasticus of
                      1534, and, as the late incumbent of the
                      Chantry of loath, in 1556 was receiving a
                       yearly pension of £6.)


   26 Feb. 1468-9. Buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Reculver. Daughter Joys have one pair of amber prayer-beads, with one ring and cross of silver. Joane my elder daughter have one red cloak. Between the three Houses of Friars in Canterbury for my soul, and that of Margaret, wife of John Ayleward, formerly of Reculver, 8s. That William my husband have four acres of; land in the Borough of Beltinge,,.one acre being next the common road which leads to the king’s street from the Mays, the other three acres at Donstonys, during the life of William my husband, 

and after his death to William my son, Joys and Joane my daughters, their heirs and assigns for ever, but if they die before legal age, then the four acres to John Ayleward, but if he be dead, then to be sold and the money disposed for my soul, parents, etc. Also one acre of land to be sold and money disposed for my soul, and another acre of land to William my husband and his heirs for ever, near the road above said. Joane my elder daughter have one acre of land or 26s. 8d. Alice my daughter half an acre of land near Sperkynwood. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to William. my husband and John Ayleward, my ex’ors, to dispose for my soul, etc.
Probate 6 March. 1468-9            (Con. vol. 2, fol. 193.)

   20 August 1470. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the fabric of the church, six ewes; to the Light of St. Mary, two ewes; to Phillip Lyncoll 16 ewes, and to Margarete Lyncoll a quarter of corn and barley. All moveable goods to be sold and money to pay debts, etc. Ex’ors: Thomas Butte and John Germin, with Robert Smith or Clerk, overseer. Feoffees: Thomas

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