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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 130
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

that he hath, a brass pot without legs, great brass spit, brass pot of a gallon, two pairs of sheets, best tablecloth, all my sheep that Richard. Northwood hath of mine in Thanet, and all other things of mine that John hath in his keeping. To every child of Benet Dubrose,* two sheep of two years old. Alice Dubrose my daughter have my best girdle and best bed. Margaret Parette my daughter have 6s. 8d. Alice the wife of Alexander my son have my amber beads, and to son Alexander all residue of my sheep and residue of instuff. Ex’ors: sons John and Alexander. Witnesses: Dom John Mortemar, Dom Aleyn Baxter, Thomas Jarmyn, Benet Dubrose.
Probate 24 March 1510-11. (Con. vol. 10, fol. 112.)

ROBERT PAMPLETT.
   1 April 1504. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To each Light in the church, 2d. On the day of my burial, in the church for my soul, two masses and exequies, on the day of trental three masses, also two bushels of corn and barley. Daughter Alice when twenty years old have £3 6s. 8d. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to wife Agnes. Ex’ors: wife Agnes and William Jermen. Feoffees: Thomas

Skinner, Thomas Butt, Thomas Saint and Thomas Germen. Wife Agnes to have and occupy my tenement next and by the church of Reculver with the lands thereto, until son Robert is twenty-one years old, then Robert have the same for ever. If Agnes die within the years, then feoffees have the oversight until Robert is twenty-one, but if Robert be dead, then to be sold and the money for a priest in the church for our souls for half a year; to the necessary reparation of the church of Reculver by the advice and disposition of the wardens of the church; to the marriage of poor maidens; repair of bad roads, etc. If wife Agnes be with child and a son, when of lawful age he to have a piece of land at the Lompet beside the tenement of the heirs of John Jermen of Stormar. My tenement at the Dich to be sold, and to daughter Alison (i.e. Alice) £3 6s. 8d., the overplus to wife Agnes. † Witnesses: Sir John Michell, chantry-priest, Thomas But, Nicholas Jermen, Thomas 0offerey.
Probate 7 April 1504. (Con. vol. 8, fol. 50.)
  * See his a Will in Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol. XXX., p. 112.
 
Agnes afterwards married Thomas Philpott, and she was living in 1522, when evidently a widow. See the next two wills,

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