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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 35  1921  page 22
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 2  By Arthur Hussey

RICHARD ESTWELL.
   24 Jan. 1510-11. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 8d.; to the Light of St. Nicholas 4d ; to the church of St. Lawrence in Thanet 4d. Wife Alice have £20, and meat and drink sufficient until the next Feast of St. Michael, also a cow, two hoggs, two quarters of wheat, barley and malt, all my instuff and wearing gear, all my geese and hens. Residue after paying debts to Richard a Beere my ex’or’, to dispose for my soul. My lands, tenements, etc., in Sturrey or elsewhere. Wife Alice have for her life ten acres of land in Sturrey, and if she is with child, then all remain to the same child, but if no child or the child die, then remain to Richard a Bere and his heirs. Witnesses : Stephen Sheperd, clerk, William Drewe, William Blakisland. 
   Probate 3 Oct. 1513. (W., fol. 122.)

EDWARD FANTYNG.
   7 June 1471. (sic). Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 6s. 8d. To the work before (coram) the Image of St. John the Baptist called Roodloft 10 marcs (£6 13s. 4d.). A chaplain celebrate for a year in the church and have 10 marcs. To the nave (navi capelle) of the Chapel of Richborough 20s. ; to the nave the Chapel of Hoth* 6s. 8d. To repair various bad roads in the parish 10 marcs, viz., Armyntstreet, Thornthy, Trippistreet, and the road. between the vicarage and the church. Ex’or : Thomas Toller and have 20s., also after paying debts, etc., the residue to dispose for my soul Geoffrey Creke have my messuage at Cowperstreet with eleven acres of land. John Goolde have my messuage called Benetts with four acres of land, and five rods of land at three Pontes. Richard Creke have all other lands. All moveables divided among my daughters† (not named) .
   Probate 18 June 1481. (W., fol 74.)

HENRY FODE.
   8 April 1479. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 2s. ; to the fabric (fabrice) of the church 6s. 8d. ; towards buying one Antiphoner or other book for the church 40s. ; to the fabric (fabrice) of the Chapel of Richborough 3s. 4d. Wife Joan have a
   * See Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol XXXII ., 100.
   Joan, daughter of Edward Fanting, was wife of John Gold or Rablyn in Dec 1482.

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