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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 34  1920  page 57
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 1  By Arthur Hussey

wife until son William is 21 years old, then to William, paying to Cisle my daughter, 20s., and to Clemens my daughter, l0s.                                                            [ No probate. (W., fol. 9.)

PETER CARPENTER.
   . . . 1521. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. Son Edmund when he is of lawful age, have two acres of land, and until then, Joan my wife, Ex’or : Wife Joan, and have the residue to keep my small children. Witnesses : Sir Thomas Clappam, John Colman. 
                                                                                  Probate 21 January 1522-8. (W., fol. 172.)

NICHOLAS CHAPELEYN.
    24 July 1464. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar for tithes 20d. To works (operibus) of the same church 3s. 4d. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to wife Isabella and my children, by direction of my Ex’ors—wife Isabella, John Lynde, Robert Bregge. Wife have during her life my lands arid tenements, except two acres of arable land at Ware Down to be sold to pay debts, etc. After the death of my wife that son William have one garden and acre of land, also half an acre of laud at Well Bregge and two acres at Felcall. After the death of my wife that daughters Agnes and Juliana each have one acre of arable land at Felcall. If all children die without issue, then to be sold, and money disposed for our souls.
                                                                                  [No probate date.]  (A., Vol. I, fol 87)

HENRY CHAPLEYN.
   23 January I471-2. Buried in the church yard. High altar 3a. 4d ; and, to the church for a Porifor to be bought 20s. To the altar of St. John Baptist 20s. To repair bad roads 20s. Wife Margaret have two of the best horses, two cows, two pigs and all the grain upon twelve acres of land of Heus Levyk this year. Daughter Isabella have a chest ; and daughter Joan a brass pot. Residue to wife. Ex’ors : Thomas Chapeleyn my brother, and Henry Mosred.  Feoffees : Edward Collard and John Lynde. Wife Margaret have two acres of arable land. at Wearedowne, during her life, then to daughters Isabella and Joan. Four acres of laud at Brokks to wife Margaret until my daughters are of lawful age.                                                                  Probate 13 Feb. 1471-2. (W., fol, 61.)

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