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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 100
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

etc.; then Richard have the house in which I dwell with six acres of land, also two and half acres at the place called Mede. Son Anthony have my other place in Reculver with one acre of land, also four acres in a croft called Mede. Richard my youngest son have seven acres called Willowes in Herne, when he is twenty years old, meanwhile Richard my eldest son have the occupying of the same. Daughter Joane to her marriage have 20s. out of one acre of land at Medegate in Reculver. 
No Probate date. Vol. 1511-15.   (Con. vol. 11, fol. 32.)

WILLIAM EWELL.
   11 November 1544. Buried in the north side of the churchyard of Reculver. At my burying 20s. for mass and dirige and to be given to poor people to pray for my soul. Daughter Jone have the featherd bed in the parlour and all thereto, pillow with pillowcote for the same, two pairs of sheets, a sheet with a blake seme, chest, table, form, one of the best brass pots, a smaller pot, stuppen, two silver spoons, etc., etc.; also two kine and twenty ewes, and £4. Thomasine daughter of my son Robert Ewell, have two platters, two pewter dishes, etc., and 40s. at her marriage. Ex’or, son James, and have the residue, with Robert Ewell 

overseer. That son James have all my lands and tenements in Reculver and Herne; and also after the death of Alice my wife all the lands, etc., which she holdeth for her life. Witnesses: John Toftes, Peter Keisham, and William Culmer. 
Probate 4 May 1544 (sic).           (Con. vol. 20, fol. 37.)

HENRY FANTYNG of Reculver.
   21 January 1483-4. Buried in the churchyard of the chapel of Hothe in the parish aforesaid. High altar of the chapel of Hothe for tithes, 6s. 8d., and towards buying a certain book called an Antifoner 6s. 8d. To twelve priests on the day of my burial, 6s. 8d. That a chaplain celebrate for my soul in the chapel of Hothe for quarter of a year and have 33s. 4d. Daughters Joan and Isabella each have 10 mares (£6 13s. 4d.) to their marriage, on condition they be ruled in their marriage by the advice of Richard and Simon my sons. That Stephen, Edmond and John, the sons of William Fantyng my son, have 6s. 8d. each. Margaret my kinswoman, to her marriage 20s. John Cristian my servant, if he remain with Richard and Simon my sons, and be a faithful servant for two years after my death, 6s. 8d. That William my

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