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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 83
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGBOURNE).—I. By Arthur Hussey   continued

tenements, rents, services in the parish of Stapilherst be sold, money to pay my debts. Wife have lands, tenements, rents, services, in the parishes of Middelton and Frensted for life, then sold and money disposed by my Feoffees :—Thomas Water and William Borden, to Middelton church 66-8d, to a chaplain 66-8d, to Joan daughter of Thomas Water 40/-, Katherine Polyn my servant 66-8d, the residue to pious uses.
[Probate 3 March 1484-5.]           (Con. Vol. 3, fol. 35.)

   26 May 1512. Probate to her Will. Ex’or—Thomas Berry, son.
[No more information.]           (A. Act. Vol. 3, fol. 177.)

   20 August 1516. Buried in the churchyard of Holy Trinity next to my father. High altar 2/-; light of Blessed Mary of Pity, the Holy Trinity, St. James, each 6d, of St. George the Martyr 12d. To the making of the new frame for the bells of the church 6-8d. Residue to wife Joan my Ex’or, with Reginald Signet overseer. Wife have for life all income from my lands, tenements, messuage in which I dwell with 

barn and stable a mede called Taynter Croft; and other messuages with barn, stable, garden, orchard and saffron garden: all my lands in Acreman field, 2 acres in Sayer field; after her death to son William in fee simple, and if the child my wife now goeth with be a son, he to have half, if a girl 66-8d at her marriage. Alice my daughter 66-8d at marriage. If Sons die without lawful issue lands etc to my daughters in fee simple, if they die without issue then be sold and money :— for a priest for two years for our souls, to the Tabernacle of St. John, for gilding of the Tabernacle of Our Lady the Assumption, to the stock of St. James’ Light, each £13-6-8d, any residue in works of mercy. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen vicar, Reginold Symon, William Sayer. 
[Probate 18 March 1516-7.]        (A. Vol. 12, fol. 563.)

   18 November 1466. If I die of this sickness then Robert atte Fryth of Iwade shall enfeoffe Peter Dynelay vicar of Middelton [1450-87] and William Cotyng tanner of the Same, in two acres of land in Iwade which came to me by the Will of my father; they

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