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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 105
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

messuage and garden, but the land called Wysedane to Nicholas and Thomas my sons. Four pieces of land to be sold, one called Calfham, another at Watslok, another at Newcroft gate, and the other at the Doole, and the money equally divided between my daughters Joan, Alice, and Margaret. Son John have one acre of land obtained from John Aldyff, and near the land of William Aleyn. Son Nicholas have two acres of pasture near Walton. Son Thomas all my other lands and tenements near the wood of William Richefield
Probate 19 June 1475.               (Con. vol. 2, fol. 311.)

   28 June 1476. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To each Light in the church, 4d.; and to Dom. John Germyn, 12d. Wife Joane and son John have all the things (utensilia) in my aula, camera and kitchen equally between them, also wife Joane have my best cow and twelve ewes. Ex'or, John Seynt. All my cattle to be sold to pay debts, etc. Feoffees: John Germyn, senior, and John the son of Thomas Germyn. Wife Joane have a piece of land of five rods, obtained from Richard Germyn in Reculver in the borough of Brokistrete, and another piece of land obtained 

from Thomas my brother, until my son John is twenty years old, then to him. Also wife Joane have my messuage next the tenement of Thomas Pamplett east, and the road west and north for her life; then the said messuage at Bishoppston with seven acres of land to son John and his heirs; but if John die without lawful issue before Joane, then at her death to be sold, and the money spent about the work (opus}of the church where most necessary, 10 marcs (6 13s. 4d}; repair of bad roads, 10 marcs; to the Howse of Friars Minor at Canterbury, l0s.; and to the Friars Augustine, l0s.; and the residue in works of charity for our souls.
Probate 18 November 1476.        (Con. vol. 2, fol. 340.)

JOAN, relict of Henry GERMYN of Reculver.
   24 August 1489. Buried in the churchyard of St. Peter in the Isle of Thanet. High altar there, 4d.; and of St. Mary of Reculver, 12d. To the work of the new crucifix in Reculver Church, 6s. 8d.; and to the work. (opus}of the church of St. Peter, 3s. 4d. For a trental after my death for my soul where my body rests, 15s. Daughter Margaret have 6s.  8d. Ex'or, son John, and after paying debts, etc., have the residue to dispose for my soul

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