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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 34  1920  page 62
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 1  By Arthur Hussey

JOHN COPPAR.
  
31 August 1483. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 6d. Daughters Elianore and Alice have all household things, and 20s. from Robert and. Thomas my sons. Feoffes : William Paramor and John Neme. Son Robert have my chief messuage at Nelle with its lands ; son Thomas my messuage at Nelle with one acre and half of land ; son Stephen have two tenements in the village of Ash.                                                       Probate 18 Sept. 1483. (W., fol 77.)

 THOMAS COPPER.   
   . .  . . 1517. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 6d. Son John have my best gown, a bonett and 6s. 8d. Agnes and Constance Copper each have a brass pot and 3s. 4d. John Copper have a cupboard, table, pair of quernes, after the death of my wife. Ex’ors : Wife Cecilie and Lambert Sawner. Wife have a house at Nelle for her life, then to son John, but if he die without heirs then, at the death of my wife, to all my children alive. The house in Ash street to be sold to pay debts, etc. Witnesses : Thomas Alisbery and Thomas Copper. 
                                                                            Probate 23 Oct. 1517.  (W.,  fol 145.)

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