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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 89
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

charge of the cows and ewes to her own profit until delivered to the children. Residue of goods to wife Alice and Thomas Paramore my ex’ors, with Alexander Cobbe overseer. Witnesses: Dom. Stephen Bryan, curate, Thomas Paramore, Simon Playn. 
Probate 20 October 1522.        (Con. vol. 13, fol. 121.)
    [For the Wills of Aleyn of Herne, see Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol. XXVIII., pp. 106, 107; Vol. XXX., pp. 94, 97, 105. There were also Aleyns at Whitstable.]

   3 June 1460. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the fabric of the church, 20s.; and to each Light a bushel of barley. Margarete Pamor have one young ox of a year, six ewes, and 20s. to her marriage. Thomas Cotmor have one young ox of a year, eight sheep and 6s. 8d., on condition he remains with my wife until he is 16. Daughter Joane have a cow .of red colour; daughter Alice have one young ox; son John have a black cow, 12 sheep, one young horse, the corn of one acre of land, and the grain in Badcokk’s field. Residue of other goods and chattels to wife Joane and son Robert, also if wife with child and a son, equally between them. To each child of William Germeyn, a lamb. 

Feoffees: John Geywode, cleric, John Hikks, and Thomas Butt. That daughters Joane and Alice have a piece of land called le Hoke when of lawful age, but my wife receive the profit from the land until then. Son John after my death have five acres of land for ever, whereof two acres are between the land of William Aleyn and Hamo Aldiff east and south; one acre and half near Gibbiscroft; another acre at Newcroft; one virgate near the land of Thomas German; and all my part of one piece of land in le Hokke, containing a virgate and half of land. That one piece of land called Wisedane which William Germeyn bought, the money therefrom to provide a chaplain for my soul, etc., in Reculver Church for one whole year, 10 marcs (£6 13s. 4d.), and any residue disposed for my soul. That another piece of land with my tenement and all thereto, wife Joane have for her life, and at her death to son Robert and the child my wife may be with if a son, but if a daughter, then Robert to pay her l00s. after the death of my wife. That wife keep son Robert at school for 10 years if necessary. Ex’or, wife Joane, with Thomas Butt overseer. 
Probate 13 Sept.1462.                 (Con. vol. 2, fol. 74.)

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