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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 124
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

the parish of Reculver and in the Borough of Hothe, whereof one parcel was bought from William Lacy and situated at Chaldown, containing two yards and half; another also bought from William Lacy of three acres, situated between Hatche land north and east, the land of Thomas Knoller south, and land of Robert Hunte west; the third parcel of three acres and a rod bought from John Spencer and Richard Spencer; so that William Corisaunt or his assigns pay £16, that is, £4 after my death, the next Feast of St. Michael £4, and the next Feast of St. Michael £8. That Thomas Knoller have at Michaelmas after my death one acre of land, purchased from Thomas Kennett of Fordwich, deceased, paying 40s. to fulfil my will. John Seth of Herne have a parcel of land or meadow in Herne called Goldspotte of five and half acres, upon condition he pay to my ex’ors £14 13s. 4d. John Paramore my son-in-law have two crofts of land at Musden in Chistlett of, ten acres: one croft of four and half acres bought from Richard Chestfeld; the other croft of five acres bought from Robert Abraham. Witnesses: William Consaunt, John Paramore, William Alayn, Robert Hooker.
Probate 31 July 1526.           (Con vol. 14, fol. 146.)

THOMAS JAPHERY [? GEOFFREY].
   8 April 1511. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Light of Our Lady, two bushels of barley; and to every other Light in the church one bushel of barley, except to the Light of Holy Cross two bushels of barley. Towards buying a manuel for the church, 4d. To every of the children of my wife, five ewes. Ex’ors: Alexander Cobb and Joan my wife. Feoffees: Alexander Cobb and Robert Hawlott. That four acres of land in Chistlet be sold and the money to pay debts, etc. Wife Joan have all my lands and tenements for ever. That the parcel of land bought from William Ewell, and for which I paid 40s. part of the payment, he to deliver lawful estate of the same to my Feoffees, and they to my wife Joan to sell the same and pay to William Ewell according to my bargain agreed with him.* Witnesses: Sir John Mortymer, parish priest of Reculver, William Baker, James Cobb, John Copyn.
No Probate date. Vol. 1509—11. (Con. vol. 10, fol. 127.)
   * In the parish chest at Chislet is the deed, dated 18 December 1511, by which Alexander Cobbe and Robert Hawlott, Ex’ors (sic) of the last will of Thomas .Taffrey, late of Reculver, conveyed to John Frankelin, Robert at See and Richard Bongeour, four acres of land in Chislet in the Borough of Ore. Chislet, p. 154.

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