George and Nicholas, 20s. each, and to three of his daughters not married
6s. 8d. each. The aforesaid £8 to be paid out of Martens Hope within a
year of my death. Ex’ors: James Hawlett and John Fayerman, each to have
20s. That Isabel Sparkeling my sister have my best feather bed with all
thereto, also 20s. and my best kirtell; and to her son John Sparkeling the
chest at my bed-foot, the second kettle and lesser trivet. Margaret
Fayerman have my second feather bed with all thereto, and my brown cow.
John Fayerman have my great brass pot, great trivet with anglyngs, and
twenty ewes. Clement Andrew’s widow have my best gown, two of the best
pillows, 20s. and a red cow. James Hawlett have my best cupboard, with the
best chairs. To each daughter of Robert Hawlett three ewes, and to John
Hawlett of Wingham four ewes. Residue of goods to poor people. Witnesses:
Sir Lawrence Milner, priest of Reculver, William Biggs, William Pamor.
Probate 10 June
(Con. vol. 22, fol. 114.)
THOMAS PARAMORE, the elder.
5 January 1544-5. Buried in the churchyard of Reculver, in the east part
thereof beside the grave of my father and mother there. Ex’ors: John
Hawlet of Herne, senior,
Alexander Parmore, senior, and James Hawlet of the parish of St. Lawrence
in Thanet. At my burying a dirige and five masses in the church, and (6s..
8d. among the poor people for my soul. Residue of moveables to wife .Joane.
Wife Joane have all my lands and tenements during her life, then to be
sold, and if my kinsman George Paramore be willing and able to buy them,
he to have the same four marcs (53s. 4d.) within the price another man
will give, and the money in pious works, and 6s. 8d. to amend the highway
between my tenement of Stermans and Horsysylit gate. Witnesses: Sir Thomas
Howell, priest, William Bygys, William Pamore.
Probate 28 July 1545. (Con. vol. 19, fol. 59.)
5 April 1546. Buried in the east part of the churchyard of
Reculver near to my father. At my burying 13s. 4d. to three priests and
two clerks to sing three masses and diriges, and a bushel of wheat to poor
people of the parish. Also the same at my month’s day and year. John
Pamore my son have two kine and £8 18s. 4d., but if John die without
lawful issue, then the