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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 104
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

JOHN JERMYN, junior, son of Thomas Jermyn.
   11 December 1483. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Light of St. Mary four ewes, and to each other Light in the church one ewe. That Thomas and William my brothers have 100 ewes between them equally; also my brother William all sums of money due to me. Alice my mother have a horse of red color. Alice Spenser my sister have 20 ewes; John son of William Jermyn, 20 ewes; and Margerie Jermyn, 20 ewes. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to wife Margarete. Ex'ors: wife Margarete and Laurence Hobb, with Thomas Consant, senior, overseer. All my lands, woods, reversions, messuages, etc., in Reculver, Herne, and Chistlett, in which Thomas Consant the elder, Thomas Butt, John Seynt, and Laurence Hobb are enfeoffed to my use. That Alice Jermyn my mother have the messuage and lands thereto, which I late purchased of Harry Lowe in Reculver at Southstreet, and to her heirs for ever. Thomas my brother have all my part of a messuage in Chistlet called Erd Marsh, paying to my mother Alice yearly for her life 6s. 8d. My feoffees to sell two acres of land in Herne in the borough of Beltinge and within the lands late of Adam Podder; also two acres at Stods, and two acres in Culverhouse, and the money:

For a new cope to be bought for the church of Reculver, 10marcs (6 13s. 4d.), to the honour of Our Lady, and for my soul to be prayed for; and the residue of money to Margaret my wife. All my other lands, woods, etc., to wife Margaret for her life, then to Thomas and William my brethren for ever, but if they die without issue before Margaret, then at her death to be sold, and the money disposed for our souls.
Probate 8 March 1483-4.       (Con. vol. 2, fol. 582.)

WILLIAM GERMYN.
   31 May 1475. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Light of St. Mary, Pentecost, St. James, and the Holy Sepulchre, one bushel of barley to each. To the making of the High Cross, 20d., and to painting the Image of St. Mary over the high altar, 20d. John Germyn my brother have 12d.; Margarete Forstall my sister, 40d. Residue to wife Margarete, who with son Nicholas ex'ors. Feoffees: Thomas Consaunt, senior Thomas Butt, Thomas Boykin, and Robert Smith. That wife Margarete have one messuage new built, with the garden and piece of land called Wysedane in Reculver, for her life; then son John have the

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