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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 132
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

for my soul, on day of burial. To a priest, 33s. 4d. to celebrate in the church for quarter of a year for my soul. John Hammond of Herne have six ewes; Joane daughter of Robert Paramor, a cow; Rose daughter of Nicholas Hawlett, one ox ; Hamon my son, 8 marcs (£5 6s. 8d.). Richard Hawlett have a virgate of land in the Borough of Beltyng, between the lands of Nicholas Hawlett south, land of John Hyk west, and my land east. Residue of goods, lands, tenements, etc., to Robert Pararnor my son and ex’or, with Nicholas Hawlett supervisor. Feoffees : Nicholas Hawlett and John Hamond.
Probate 21 February 1490-1. (Con. vol. 3, fol. 279.)

MARGERY PARROMOR.
   24 October 1505. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. On the day of my burial, in the church five masses, on day of trental eight masses, and day of anniversary five masses. Residue of goods, etc., after paying debts, to son Thomas Paramore and Alexander Cobbe my ex’ors. Witnesses: Dom John Elmyt and Alexander Cobbe.
No Probate date. Vol. 1503—6. (Con. vol. 8, fol. 122.)

THOMAS PARAMOR.
    . . . . . (blank) 1518. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver. To the Lights of Our Lady, the Cross, Jesus, and St. Thomas, to each 4d. At my burying four masses in the church, and the curate have 8d. Feoffees: Alexander Cobbe and Thomas Philpott. That my house and lands thereto be sold, and my brother William Paramor buy them afore any other 3s. 4d. within the price of any man; after paying debts, etc., the money to my wife and three sons, but wife Joan have 20s. more than my sons. Daughter Margery have 20s. when fifteen years old. Ex’ors: wife Joane and Thomas Philpott, with my brother William Paramor overseer. Witnesses: John Howlett and John Oldberd.
Probate 27 July 1518.       (Con. vol. 12, fol. 80.)

JOAN PAMOR, widow, late wife of Thomas Pamor.
   6 December 1549. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver beside my husband Thomas Pamor. To the reparation of the church, 20s.; William Pamor my husband’s brother have 20s., and to the sons of William, namely, Alexander, Valentine, Thomas,

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