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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 35  1921  page 28
ASH next Sandwich WILLS - Part 2  By Arthur Hussey

my son, but the residue of goods after paying debts, etc., to William my son and ex'or.* Witnesses: Sir John Simpson and Nicholas Musred.
   No probate date.] (W., fol 177.)

AYLS GODFREY.
   12 Sept. 1504. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. Daughter Maryon my best gown, kirtle, purse, ring, the best chest, etc. Various household things given to daughter Annes and sons Nicholas, Edward and Christopher. Ex’or : Thomas French.
   Probate 19 Sept. 1504. (W., fol 85.)

JoHN GOLD or RU3YLYN.
20 Dcc. 1482. Buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 4d. To repair a certain bad road at Pursers lane 4s. Daughter Isabelle a cow, bed and brass pot. Residue to’ wife Joau to dispose for my soul. Ex’ors : wife Joan and Nicholas Peny. Wife Joan have my land and ‘ tenement lately obtained from Edward Panting, father of the said Joan ; also my tenement called Benetts situated in a certain street called Pater Noster Row,t with fifteen acres of land and pasture, for 18 years, then to Thomas, Edmund, William and Elene, my children. Probate 18 Feb. 1482-3.
U (W., fol. ~5.)

ThOMAS GoLD.
18 Oct. 1529. Buried. in the churchyard of St. Nicholas. High altar 38. 4d. ; to the Light of the Trinity four bushels of barley, that my wife may be a sister of that Light To the building of the Boodloft 13s. 4c1. A priest sing in the church for half a year and have £8 Os. Sc!. Sir Wffliani Sampson, friar, have 5s. for a trental of masses, whereof he shall say three masses at Ash . Silvester my son have two horses price 20s. each, four seames of wrheat and of barley, two of tares, 200 ewes, fifteen sheep of two teeth, four kioc, a bullock two years old, various household things and 40s.; and my wife Agnes keep the things until Silvester come to the age of 20 years, but if he die before then, to Thomas. Freud, the son of my daughter. Daughter Marion 20s., two kine, twelve ewes, twelve sheep. To eight of my neighbours and ray servants to bear

* Moat Farm, south-east of Ash church, belonged to the Gibbs family, then
%VOflI} to the Omers.- • ~ Corner of Kent, p. 126.
I ~ There was a street of this name in Sandwich ; formerly that parU of
Knightrid.er Street by St. Olemauli’s Church. . , ,

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