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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 120
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

of Hothe and parish of Reculver to Joane my wife for life if she continue a widow, paying all rents and charges, and at her death to son Robert if then twenty-one years of age, or when he comes to that age, and to his heirs for ever, but if Robert die before he is twenty-one, then to Richard Hunt the elder and Martin my sons equally between them. Son Martin have a croft of land at a place called the Stone, after the death of Joane my wife. Son Richard the elder have two crofts of land situated between the church of Hooth and Crowehestrete, and another croft called Benlught. That Robert, Richard, and Martin my sons shall pay to Christopher Hunt their brother 6s. 8d. when they come to theirs. If wife Joan marry again then Sons have their lands, etc.
Probate 9 March 1494-5. (Con. vol. 4, fol. 33.)

ROBERT HUNTE of the Borowe of
                                     Hothe in the parish of Reculver.
  11 January 1541-2. To be buried in the church of Hothe at the end of the Trinity altar. To the high altar of Hothe for tithes, 3s. 4d. A priest sing for me in the church of Hothe for half a year. Wife Agnes have the custody of all my 

household stuff until my children come to the age of twenty years, and then all the household stuff be divided into three parts: wife Agnes have one part, Thomas another, and daughter Joane the third part. Ex’ors: wife Agnes and Francis Balwin, with William Deykin overseer. My lands and tenements in Reculver, Hothe, Chislet, and Canterbury to wife Agnes until my children come to the age of twenty years, then wife have my house at Canterbury in the Rushe Market* during her life, and £4 yearly out of my mansion house of Hothe set in Chryste strete, and all lands thereto, which house and lands my son Thomas to have when twenty years of age, except those two acres and four rods of land sold to my Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. After the death of wife Agnes my tenement in the Rushe-market to son Thomas. Daughter Joane when twenty years old have all my other houses in Canterbury. Wife Agnes to pay to son Thomas and daughter Joane when they are twenty years old, £6 13s. 4d. If both children die before they are twenty, then wife Agnes have all lands and tenements
* Orange Street, Canterbury, now occupies the site of the Rush Market.

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