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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 34  1920  page 60
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 1  By Arthur Hussey

have residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to dispose in works of charity. 
                                                                  Probate 4 November 1457. (Con. Vol II, fol.103.)
JOHN COCK.
  
18 January 1487. Buried in the church yard of St. Nicholas. High altar 12d. Sons Robert, Roger, Thomas and daughter Agnes each have six ewes. That two loads of gravel be placed at Pownfee sole [pond], also two loads near Boundys where most necessary. Wife Isabella have all goods during her life, then to my children, except two acres of land at Nelle Wey be sold, and money in alms for my soul. Residue after paying debts, etc., to wife Isabella and Thomas Sentnicholas my Ex’ors.                                                             [No probate date.] (W., fol. 86.)

THOMAS COR.   
   10 Sept. 1516. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 12d. Son Robert, when he is seventeen years of age, have 8 ewes. Daughter Alice, at her marriage or when 18 years old, have a cow. Elyn Johnson, 4 ewes. Ex’ors : Wife Parnell and John Paygh. Witnesses : William Ford, Stephen Saverey.                                              Probate 28 Sept. 1516. (W., fol. 134.)

ROBERT COKKE.
   27 January 1535-6. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 8d., and the High Cross Light a bushel of barley. That son Stephen have certain implements (sic) that belong to my house as tables, forms, a cupbord, certain chests, the cart, court (sic) and plough, harrows, with the harness thereto and my best horse. Ex’or : wife Isabella, and have the residue of moveables. My wife, if she keep a widow, have my lands, houses and tenements until my son Stephen marry, then to him, but if he die without issue, then to my daughters. Witnesses : Sir Edward Swynbanke, priest, Nicholas Soly.                                         Probate 15 March 1536-7. (W., fol 202.)

WILLIAM COLLARD.
   3 November 1479. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 12d., and to the reparation of the church l6d. To the Light called Bardingstret* in the church a bushel of barley. Margery, my
   * Barding or Bereling street is some distance north of the church.—Corner of Kent, p. 142.

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