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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 111
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

and have ten marcs; that 33s. 4d. be bestowed in mending a way between Newcrofte gate and my house at Helbarowe; to the heirs of Vincent Carpenter, 6s. 8d.; to the heirs of William Whitehead, 6s. 8d.; and the heirs of William Parker, 6s. 8d.; and the residue in charitable uses.
No Probate date. Vol. 1506—9. (Con. vol. 9, fol. 131.)

JOHN HAWLOTT, senior.
9 Sept. 1479. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. High altar, 3s. 4d. On the day of my burial, 20s. That son John have a cooking pot with iron ring, a great dish, and three bowls of pewter; and residue of all "utensilia" to son Hamon. Son Thomas have four ewes. Ex’ors: sons John and Hamon, and have residue after paying debts, etc. Feoffees: Thomas Consent, senior, of Chistlet, John Hikk, senior, of Herne, and John Ewell, junior, of Reculver, of all my lands, tenements, woods, pastures, and meadows in Reculver. That son John have my messuage in which I dwell and five acres of land annexed, one acre called Jonebayles acre, also a croft of six acres opposite the gate of the messuage, and John to provide a priest to celebrate in the church for a year, for my soul, etc. Son Hamon have the messuage in which I dwell (sic) and ten acres of land, also two acres of Cleffs, and one weir in the sea called Upper Weir near St. Mary Shelp. Son Nicholas have a croft called Stonesole. Son Thomas have a messuage in Reculver street and six acres of land called Blakisham. That two pieces of land, one called Culverhouse of two acres, and another piece of five acres at Slooehedge be sold, and the money to pay debts, etc. Thomas the son of Nicholas Hawlott have 6s. 8d.; and Joan the daughter of John Hawlott, junior, have 3s. 4d.
Probate 5 October 1479. (Con. vol. 2, fol. 459.)

THOMAS HOWLOTT of Reculver.
16 February 1492-3. Buried in the churchyard of Herne (sic). To the high altar of Reculver for tithes, one ewe. Light of St. Katherine, one ewe. Rose my sister have all my "utensilia" in the aule, camere, and kitchen. Robert my brother have a cow and twelve ewes; and James son of my brother have one weir and five ewes. A priest celebrate in the church of Herne for quarter of a year for my soul and my wife, having 33s. 4d. from the money in the hands of John Hikks, senior, of Herne, and the residue in the bands of the same John be disposed in the church of Herne for Upper Weir near St. Mary Shelp. Son Nicholas have a croft called Stonesole. Son Thomas have a messuage in Reculver street and six acres of land called Blakisham. That two pieces of land, one called Culverhouse of two acres, and another piece of five acres at Slooehedge be sold, and the money to pay debts, etc. Thomas the son of Nicholas Hawlott have 6s. 8d.; and Joan the daughter of John Hawlott, junior, have 3s. 4d.
Probate 5 October 1479. (Con. vol. 2, fol. 459.)

THOMAS HOWLOTT of Reculver.
16 February 1492-3. Buried in the churchyard of Herne (sic). To the high altar of Reculver for tithes, one ewe. Light of St. Katherine, one ewe. Rose my sister have all my "utensilia" in the aule, camere, and kitchen. Robert my brother have a cow and twelve ewes; and James son of my brother have one weir and five ewes. A priest celebrate in the church of Herne for quarter of a year for my soul and my wife, having 33s. 4d. from the money in the hands of John Hikks, senior, of Herne, and the residue in the bands of the same John be disposed in the church of Herne for

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