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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 88
                       
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGBOURNE).—I. By Arthur Hussey   continued

son William die under age without lawful issue, the messuage etc after the death of Felice to my daughters, if they be dead then sold and money in works of charity. Messuage in which William Godeman dwells be sold to pay my debts etc. John Bugge my brother have all my part of the wood in Puttewode. Witnesses :— Peter Dyngley, vicar, Nicholas Gate, John Bugge, Simon Stone, William Godeman.
[No Probate date.]                          (A. Vol. 1, fol. 79.)

WILLIAM BUGG.   
   2 Oct. 1501. Buried in the churchyard. Residue to wife Katherine my Ex’or. Witnesses :—Dom William Scott,1 William Brett, Henry Waye. Feoffees :—Ralph Chiche, gent, Thomas Standard. Wife have my chief messuage in Chalkwell and 3 acres in Buggfield, 1½ acres in Leyfield, and to her heirs assigns for ever. Witnesses :—Dom John Walshe,Robert Burdon, John Hogan.
[Probate 21 March 15034.]              (A. Vol. 9, fol. 9.)

RICHARD BUKMER.
   2 Feb. 1545-6. Buried in the churchyard. Son Nicholas 

when 21 all my lands bought from John Dean, paying to his mother yearly 13-4d. Son Henry the house at Chalkwell bought from John Andyand and John Catlot, with lands thereto, paying 13-4d yearly to his mother. Also Henry have the four acres bought from Lakys’ widow, two acres being in Bansys Dane and two acres in the croft west of the lane that cometh to Chalkwell. Son George have Brights with the land thereto, and messuage with lands bought from Beere of Bobbing. Son Thomas when 20 have 20 quarters of barley and £5. Thomas my brother the lease of my ferme in Borden called Cryals, paying to my son Thomas £15. Each son heir to the other, if all die without lawful issue then lands to my brothers John and Thomas Bukmer. My two daughters (no names) each £20. John Bukmer my brother £6-13..4d. Ex’or :—Katherine my wife and have all moveables, corn, cattle, household stuff, and my tenements, lands until sons are 21. Witnesses :—Thomas Peryman, Thomas Bukmer, Richard Mileham, James Hancocke, Robert Merley.
[Probate 10 April 1546.]               (A. Vol. 25, fol. 108.)
   1 William Scott a Witness to Wills between 1501-6.
    2 John Walshe a Witness between 1493 and 1501.

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