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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 127
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

10 marcs (£6 13s. 4d.), every maiden to have 13s. 4d.; to repair foul ways in the borough of Hothe 10 mares, and residue in pious uses. If Alice my wife die within the twenty-two years, and also the daughter, then her 20 mares serve to buy a cope for the church of Hothe; and to the reparation of the body of the church of Hothe 5 marcs (66s. 8d.); to the pavying of the parish church of Reculver, 5 marcs; to a priest to sing for our souls iii the church of Hothe, 10 marcs. Then also Thomas Knollar and Katherine Knollar his mother have, if they be alive, 6s. 8d. each, and residue disposed for our souls.
Probate 13 May 1499. (Con. vol. 5, fol. 18.)

WILLIAM LYNCOLL.
   30 October 1479. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. Towards buying one Missal Book for use in the church, 6s. 8d.; and to the fabric of the church of Swalclyve, 6s. 8d. That Robert Brandon shall sell my part which he has to my use in a messuage in Swalelyve, and the money to pay debts, etc. That the money to me coming as in right for my part of lands sold which late belonged to John Lyncoll, now dead, shall remain to Cristine my sister to her marriage. To the high altar of Birchington 4d., and of Woodchurch 4d. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to Robert 

Brandon, my ex’or, to dispose for my soul.
Probate 10 January 1479-80. (Con. vol. 2, fol. 465.)

JOHN MARCHAUNT.
   4 July 1509. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. That wife Edith have my house with two acres of land in the place called Horsay in Reculver for her life, and then to son Thomas; also wife have all my moveables, but the residue of my lands to son Thomas, he paying to Joane and Alice my daughters 10s. each at their marriage. My feoffees, Thomas Jarmayn and Thomas Knollar, shall sell two acres of land in Herne, next to the land and tenement of Benett Doubrosse, and the money: for a chaplain to celebrate in the church 40s., on the day of my burial 30g., and the residue for a banner (vexillum) for the high altar that is called a banner cloth. Ex’ors: wife Edith and son Thomas.
Probate 17 September 1509. (Con. vol. 9, fol. 163.)

WILLIAM MAYE.
   11 September 1483. Buried in the south part of the churchyard of St. Mary of Reculver. Ex’or: wife Joane, and have all my

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