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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 95
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

Master Leonard Eglisfield, Vicar of Reculver, Sir John Elmytt, John Ewell, Nicholas Hawlott, Thomas Jerming of Reculver, and John Andrewe of St. Nicholas in the Isle of Thanet. 
Probate 8 May 1500.*                 (Con. vol. 5, fol. 60.)

ROBERT BYSMER† of Hothe.
   8 October 1504. Buried in the churchyard of the chapel of Holy Cross of Hothe in the parish of Reculver. High altar of same 12d., Light of the Crucifix 4d. On the day of my burial a trental of masses and the same on my anniversary, in the chapel of Hothe five masses. That wife Agnes have all my things (utensilia), and also residue after paying debts. Ex’ors: wife Agnes and Thomas Knoller, with William Henry, chaplain of the chantry of Hothe, overseer. Feoffees: Laurence Hobbe, James Cobbe, Thomas Knoller. Wife Agnes have and occupy all my lands and tenements in the borough of Hothe, and after her death to son John my tenement at a certain place called Burrostrete for evermore. Son James after the death of Agnes have four acres and a half of land at a place called le Kay at Blenegate, and if he wishes to edify and build a house upon the Wargarden, then James to fell and have the timber 

upon all my lands, but if he build not, then to have no timber. Son Richard after the death of Agnes my wife have my tenement which I dwell in, with a piece of land at Cobbwell, land at Gorestrete, and at Cautasham. No son to sell or part with his land within the time that the youngest be of the age of forty years, and if he sell any then the other brothers to buy before any other. Witnesses: Sir William Higshmor, William Ive, John Spenser, John Bulling . and Thomas Hunt. 
Probate 2 November 1504.             (Con. vol 8, fol. 43.)

RICHARD BISMOUR of Hothe in the parish of Reculver.
   12 March 1539-40. Buried in the churchyard of Hoth. High altar of Hoth, 8d. Ex’ors: wife Margaret and John Coysse. At my burying a dirige and two masses in the church of Hoth. Resi
   * By deed dated at Reculver 2 January, 2 Edw. IV. (1462-3), Robert and Thomas Cobb, the Sons of John Cobb of Herne, grant to Thomas Butt of Reculver four pieces of land in the borough of Brokysgate in the parish of Reculver (with boundaries given). See Chiset, by Rev. F. Haslewood, 1887, p. 149.
    †  Possibly the son of Alexander Bysmer of Herne. See Archaeological Cantiana, VoL XXVIII., p. 97

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