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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 79


   16 November 1537. Buried in the churchyard where my wife shall will. Ex’or—Wife Elizabeth and have residue. Witnesses :—Mr. Thomas Austen vicar 1512-43], John Bull, William Dycks, carpenter.
[Probate 16 January 1537-8.]     (A. Vol. 21, fol. 131.)

DOM. JOHN AGLAND, chaplain.
   10 November 1507. Probate to his Will, to Dom Affabelus Noot [curate] of Newington, Ex’or.
[No more information.]            (A. Act. Vol. 3, fol. 154.)

   [No date.] Buried in the churchyard. John Lacy my kinsman all my moveables. Ex’or—Herry Ilberde of Yarmouth my attorney to sell my place which I had of my son (no name), and £13-6-8d to John Lacy, residue in

 deeds of mercy. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen, vicar, John Crowche, Levyn Lacy. 
[No Probate date, but between two Wills proved 1523.]
                                                      (A. Vol. 16, fol. 23.)

   20 January 1528-9. Buried in the church in Our Lady chancel before the Image of St. John Baptist there. High altar for tithes 40/—. To the church a canopy with four silver bells, and fringe and staves thereto, to the value of £10, and delivered to the church within two years after my death by my Ex’ors. My Ex’ors yearly for ten years find, keep and maintain a wax taper of 6 lbs to be set before the Image of St. John Baptist; and another taper 6 lbs before the Image of Our Lady of Pietie in the
   1 See Arch. Cantiana, XXIX, 42. Thomas Ayleef married Margaret Chiche, and their daughter Katherine married Richard Monins of Saltwood who died 1560.

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