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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 35  1921  page 19
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 2  By Arthur Hussey

THOMAS CULVERHOUSE.
   1 Oct. 1497. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. Wife Alice have two acres of land at Fleet, of which half an acre to be sold after her death, and the money to be done for our souls. The other acre and half divided among my children (not named). Ex’or : Wife Alice, and have residue. Witnesses : William Symon, Simon Gason.
   [No probate date.]  (W., fol. 5.)

WILLIAM DADE
   8 Sept. 1493. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 12d. After paying debts, each of my children (not named) have a quarter of corn. Ex’or : Wife Juliane, and have the residue. Witnesses : Thomas Dade, Nicholas Kebill, Thomas French.
   [No probate date.] (W, fol. 103.)

SIMON OF DOWNE.
   3 April 149th. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 20d. Isabel and Joan my  daughters, each have 40s. and six ewes, but if they both die, to be bestowed half to the church and half in the highways, at the discretion of my Ex’ors. John a Downe my father have a seame of wheat and of malt, a cow, and russet gown. John Hoole half a seame of wheat and of malt. William Oweyn two bushels of barley and a lamb. John Smith one ewe. Richard Hole 6s. 8d. Ex’ors : Wife Joan and Richard Hole, with Master Walter Sherborne overseer. Residue after paying debts, etc., to my wife Joan.
   [No probate date.]  (W., fol. 106.)

JOHN DOWNE.
   28 April 1495. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas, High altar 6d ; and to the Chapel of Overland 12d. Isabel the daughter of my son, have 6s. 8d. and a little coffer ; Jone the daughter of my son 6s. 8d. and a little brass pot. Reparation of the foul way afore my tenement six loads of gravel. Residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to Robert Pinnok my Ex’or, to dispose for my soul, with Stephen Forde overseer. Wife Margaret have my tenement with two acres of land for her life, then to Robert Pinnok and his heirs for ever, paying for the same £4, of which money my daughter Elyn have 13s. 4d. on condition she makes no claim to my lands ; and residue of money disposed or my soul, wife, etc. After my death three yards of arable laud at Stoppes to Robert Pinnok, he paying 20s. and the money to be disposed for me. 
   Probate 12 July 1496. (W., fol, 2)

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