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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 32  1917  page 141
                               
                       RECULVER AND HOATH WILLS. By Arthur Hussey  Continued

THOMAS EWELL of St. Nicholas in Thanet.
   1 June 1505. That wife Agnes have all such lands and tenements, to be divided betwixt my brother and me, in the parishes of Reculver, Herne, Hothe and Chistlet during her life, then to Eobert and David my sons equally.
Probate 18 July 1505.                 (Con. Vol. 8, fol 68.)

JOHN STACE of St. Nicholas at Wade.
   3 July 1443. To Thomas Forster and Christinan his wife (daughter of William Colyns) all my lands, tenements, 

pastures, woods, etc., in Reculver, near the place called Mays. Also four virgates of land at Mays to be sold, and the money to the wardens of the church of St. Nicholas for the reparation of that church.
                                                   (Con. vol. 1, fol. 69.)

Also see in Archaeologia Cantiania, Vol. XXX. :
Will of Michael Nott, P. 96.
William at See, 1500, p. 68, and 1544, p. 122.
Hamon See, 1552, p. 123.

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