9 Dec. 1558. Buried in the churchyard. Silvester Golde my
Ex’or have all my moveable goods to pay my debts, etc., and
my son Jefferay Creke until he is 21 years of age then Jefferay
have £12, but if he die to the children of Silvester Golde.
Witnesses : John Blake, James Wilborough.
Probate 3 April 1554. (Con. Vol. XXV., fol. 51.)
21 Oct. 1554. Buried in the churchyard. To poor people 20d. To my
mother a bushel of wheat and malt. Bennet, Alice, and Joan my
daughters, each have 20s. at their marriage or age of 20 years,
to be paid by Joan my wife. Ex’or : Wife Joan, and have residue.
That my wife have my house and lands until sons Silvester and John
are 18 years old, and my wife to bord my loft and make an entry
without the south door. Son Silvester have the house and lands
which belonged to Edward Creke my father. Son John when 23 years old have all my lands bought from George
Creke. If sons die, then to my daughters. Witnesses : John Rede,
John Hilles, James Tippen, Thomas Brooke.
Probate 18 Jan.1554-5. (Con. Vol. XXVI, fol 17.)
28 March 1513. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High
altar 12d. At my burying five masses of the Five Wounds of Our
Saviour ; at my month’s mind the Mass of the Trinity, of
the Nativity of Christ, of the Holy Spirit, of Our Lady, and of
Requiem. To the Cross Light 4d. ; to the Hoclight 1 lb. of
wax. My mother have 8s. 4d. Daughter Alice at her marriage 66s.
8d.; but if she die, then five nobles (33s. 4d.) in masses
and repair of bad roads in Ash ; and five nobles to my wife.
Jaffery Page have my violet gown, and old John Midilton my tawney
jacket. John Rollys my prentice have a quarter of malt ; Benedict Page my servant
5s. ; Robert Molond my gilded coat
or coat of white that I had of gift from Master Digge. Richard
Croft my brother 3s. 4d. Ex’ors : Wife Benedict and Richard
Croft, Residue of goods after paying debts, to my wife. Witnesses
: Sir Thomas Boode, Nicholas Young, John Midillton.
Probate 13 May
1513. (W., fol. 139)