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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 122
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

Margaret (sic), wife of the late Nicholas, 3s. 4d. Jone Raynold have to her marriage, 26s. 8d.; Isabel Moter and Margaret Bregge my late servants, 6s. 8d. each; Richard Kenett, 13g. 4d.; Agnes Crouche, 20s.; Alice, wife of John Stretend, 6s. 8d.; Thomas at Hall of Herne, 6g. 8d.; William Moris my servant, 8s. 4d., and the 5s. due to me by John Griffith his father-in-law; Elizabeth Daniell my servant, 3s. 4d.; Agnes Hamon of Holy Sepulchre beside Canterbury, 6s. 8d.; and the wife of Robert Hoker, 13s. 4d. That Alice my wife have her dwelling in my chief messuage wherein we dwell until the next Feast of St. Michael, and wife to keep household there with my corn, by the advice and agreement of my ex’ors. Also wife have all fuel wood, and wood felled, as shall be left there at the said Feast of St. Michael. Wife have my stuff of household, all my hogs, hens, capons, ducks, geese, a horse, two kine of her own choice, three quarters of barley, two quarters of wheat, twenty ewes. At my burial in mass, diriges, etc., 5 marcs (66s. 8d.), and the same at my month’s mind. Ex’ors: Robert See and Thomas Knoller, each to have 20s., with William Consaunt overseer, and he to have 26s. 8d. Residue of moveable goods after paying debts, etc., to Alice, wife of James Tong, and Joane wife of Robert 

Hoker. Feoffees of my lands and tenements in Reculver, Herne, Chistlett, etc.: Robert at See, William Consaunt, Thomas Knoller. That my ex’ors take all the profits from the same, until the next Feast of St. Michael, to fulfil my will, then at Michaelmas my daughter Margery, the wife of William Alyn, have my messuage in the Borough of Hothe, sometime Nicholas Nott’s, with a garden adjoining and four acres of land, three crofts of land called Gorestreet, sometime Robert Lacy’s; and of six acres, to the Chantry land of Hothe south, the high way west; one acre of land at Drovend between the chantry lands of Hothe south and north; three acres bought from Richard Hunte late of Sarre; a parcel of land of four acres and a rod called the Hooke; four acres at Wolmelond beside Brompton brygge; one acre bought from Richard Whope at Northfield hegge (hedge); two acres with an old messuage thereupon bought from Robert Lacy; one acre in Pikefield between the chantry land of Hothe north and south; half an acre of meadow and wood adjoining to St. John’s yevale [Give-ale] land west, and the chantry land of Hothe east; two acres of meadow bought of John Heler of Chartham and John Heler of Worth Lane; a croft of land called Armebolls bought from John Dublerose; three yard

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