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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 115
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

two kine, and forty sheep. Ex’ors: wife Margery and John Hawlott my brother. That.... [blank] acres of land in Popis field and a Hammell at Hunter street be sold, and the money to pay debts, etc. Feoffees: Alexander Cobe, Thomas Hyks the younger, and John Hawlott my brother. Wife Margery shall occupy and have all my lands and tenements until Alexander and Peter my sons come to the age of twenty years; then Alexander have my tenement that I dwell in with nineteen acres of land next unto the place at one side of the high way to the Cliffe, and to his issue, but if no son then to the next heir male. Also Alexander then have five acres of land bought from William Ewell, paying yearly to Margery my wife, 20s., and Margery to have a chamber in my tenement. Son Peter have my upper place and sixteen acres of land, paying 20s. yearly to his mother. That my brother John Hawlott have all my part of the lands of my brother Thomas Hawlott. Witnesses : Sir John Michell, chantry-priest there, Alexander Cobe, John Cobe, senior, Thomas Hyke the younger, William Baker, and James Baker.
No Probate date. Vol. 1511-15 (Con. vol. 11, fol. 124.)

   15 April 1515. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To every Light in the church, 4d. Wife Isabell have two kine, sixteen ewes, and all my instuff of household. Ex’ors: wife Isabell and Robert Hawlot my brother, and they to dispose at my burial for four masses. A priest sing in the church for my soul for quarter of a year, having 38s. 4d. That my horse be sold and residue of corn and cattle be disposed by my ex’ors at their discretion for my soul. Witnesses: Sir John Michell, chantry-priest and curate there, Dom. Edward Crankewalle, chaplain, and Thomas Philpot.
No Probate date Vol. 1511—15. (Con. vol. 11, fol. 124.)

   9 May 1526. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Light of Our Lady, the Cross, St. John, and the Youngmen’s Light, one ewe to each. At my burial five masses with dirges by note, and to poor people in money, 20d. Thomas the son of Thomas Hawlott my brother have one ewe; my sisters Isabell and Joan each have four ewes; and my brother Christopher a red cow. Feoffees: Alexander Cobbe and Alexander Hawlott. That son

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