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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 131
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

ALICE PAMPLET.
   6 June 1516. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Light of Jesus in the same church, of St. Mary, the Cross, St. John the Baptist, St. Nicholas, and the Light which is called, the Bachelor’s Light in the church, 4d. to each. At my burying in mass, etc., 6s. 8d. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to Thomas Philpott and Agnes my mother his wife, and they to be Ex’ors. Witnesses : Dom Robert Lynsey, curate there, Dom Richard Wattson, Alexander Cobe and Alexander New.
No Probate date. Vol. 1515—20. (Con. vol. 12, fol. 6.)

ROBERT PAMPLET.
   1 August 1522. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To my mother church of Canterbury, 2d.; to the marriage of four poor maidens, 6s. 8d.; to every Light in the church 4d., and towards buying a new silver cross for the church 26s. 8d. That my mother, the wife of . . . . (blank) Philpott,* shall have all my corn growing upon the ground, and all other moveable goods in my possession and custody. On the day of my burial or soon after, a trental of masses in the church, and to the sexton of Reculver 2s. Ex’ors: Alexander Cobbe and William Awger, baker, with William Consaunt 

overseer. Feoffees of all my lands, tenements, etc.: Thomas Germin the elder, Richard Cobbe, Thomas Paramore, Thomas Aleyn. That my mother shall peaceably hold and occupy my messuage set in Reculver street wherein I now dwell, and one acre and half of land at the Milborowe, and one acre and half of land at Southdowne stile, during her life, then to be sold by ex’ors and the money disposed for our souls. That the churchwardens of Reculver for the time to come shall take and receive the profits from the above said three acres of land, and with the supervision of the Curate (sic) for the time being keep a yearly obit in the church for my soul, etc., each warden having 4d. All my other lands, marshes, tenements, etc., to be sold, the money to pay debts, etc., and residue for my soul. Witnesses: Thomas Paramor, Thomas Germin, Richard Cobbe.
Probate 20 October 1522. (Con. vol. 13, fol. 122.)

NICHOLAS PARAMOR.
   12 January 1490-1. Buried in the churchyard of St. Mary of Reculver. In mass, etc., 5 marcs (66s 8d.), and works of charity
* From the preceding will we know his name was Thomas Philpott.

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