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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 109
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

excepted, in Reculver and Chistlett or elsewhere, but if he die without issue then my land called Helmering and the wood to it remain to Thomas and Robert the sons of Nicholas Germin my brother for ever. Also then my chief tenement and all other lands willed to son John as aforesaid remain to all my children then living.
Witnesses: Richard Quested, parish-priest of Reculver, Sir John Michell, chantry-priest there, Thomas Paramore, Thomas Filpott, John a Stone, and William Peny.
Probate 17 December 1526. (Con. vol. 14, fol. 174.)

LEONARD GERMAN.*
31 December 1528. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. On the day of my burial to Mr. Vicar 8d., and to four other priests 6d. each, and to two clerks 2d. each. To the Light of our Lady and of the Rood 20d. each. Wife Winifred have £4, a quarter of wheat, a quarter of barley and all my household goods. Feoffees:
Thomas Knoller, Alexander Cobb, Thomas Howlett and John Hawlett. That one acre of land next to Ryseborne gate, three acres called Newcroft, one acre in Horsey field called Goore acre, three yards (roods) of land in the same Horsey field to be sold by ex’ors to pay debts, etc., and 

the residue to my mother. Also my mother have all my other lands and tenements. Ex’ors: William Ewell of Reculver and Margery Sampson† my mother. Residue of goods for the health of my soul. Witnesses: Sir Richard Quested, Thomas Consant and Richard Rooke.
Probate 25 January 1528-9. (Con. vol. 15, fol. 55.)

JOHN JERMTN.
14 March 1539-40. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Sepulcour Light which the bachillours do keep 4d. Light of the Cross 4d. Wife Martin have four kine and twenty ewes. Thomas and Robert Jermin my cosyns each have two ewes. Residue after paying debts, etc., to wife Martin, who with Francis Bawidewin, ex’ors, with Thomas Philpott overseer. Wife have my weer (weir) until my sonne come to the age which appeareth in my deed. Witnesses: Thomas Philpott, John Cobbe, junior, Thomas Awood, Richard Church.
Probate 7. . . . (blank) 1540. (Con. vol. 17, fol. 81.)
   * Son of William Germyn who died in 1508.
   Widow of William 0-ermyn who died in 1508, then married
        William Sampson, who died 1515.

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