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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 125
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

JOHN JURE of Hoth in the parish of Reculver.
   9 May 1517. Buried in the churchyard of Holy Cross of both. William son of Thomas Bubrose have a little red cow. Ex’or: wife Cristian, and to have all residue, with Dom Robert Lynsey, parish priest of Reculver and Hoothe, overseer. Witnesses: Richard Yong and John Price.
No Probate date. Vol. 1515—20.  (Con. vol. 12, fol. 36.)

RICHARD KENETT of Hothe.
   17 July 1484. Buried in the churchyard of the chapel of Holy Cross of Hothe. To the Light of Holy Cross in the chapel, a bushel of barley; and for a pair of silver shoes for the same Holy Cross anew to be made, 8d. Wife Joane have a cow; also wife Joane and son Thomas all household things. Residue of goods to son Thomas. Ex’ors: son Thomas and William lye. Wife Joane have the messuage in which we dwell except the barn, for her life, also two pieces of land, one near my messuage, and the other called Walooks, for life, then to son Thomas. All other tenements to son Thomas.
Probate 11 October 1484.          (Con. vol. 2, fol. 612.)

ROBERT KENETT of Hothe in the parish of Reculver.
   21 September 1519. Buried in the churchyard of Hothe. To the curate (sic) of the same for tithes, 20d. Six masses in the church of Hothe at my burial. To the gilding of the Roodloft in the church of Hothe, 13s. 4d. Ex’or: Margaret lye, widow of Nicholas lye, late of Roth, and to have the residue. Witnesses John Walker, curate of Hothe, and Thomas Jenkyn.
Probate 10 October 1519. (Con. vol. 12, fol. 167.)

NICHOLAS LOVE.
   26 March 1520. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. At the day of my burying three masses with a dirige. Joane my wife have all household stuff and my horse. After paying debts, etc., residue of goods to be divided. between wife Joane and. son Thomas, my ex’ors. Feoffees of land and tenements: William Consaunt, Alexander Cobb, William Ewell, and John Seynt the elder. That my wife have and occupy the messuage in which we live, and all other lands and tenements during her life, then to son John and

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