AGNES BULL, widow.
28 March 1546. Buried in the churchyard next my husband. All
my goods to sons Richard and Thomas Bull to honestly bury me and be my Ex’ors,
with John Lacy overseer. Witnesses :— John Lacy, John Furner, Robert
[Probate 10 June
(A. Vol. 24, fol. 27.)
13 May 1546. Buried beside my wife. Son John a cupboard two
chests etc at his marriage. Jane my daughter, two chests, maser bound with
silver and gilt with a knotte in the middle, all the painted cloths in the
upper chamber, at her marriage. Ex’or:—Mr John Finch have 40/-, with
my uncle Bull of Hothfield and Thomas Diricke my brother in law overseers,
each to have 40/-. Son John half my lands in Midilton and Newington and to
his lawful issue, and daughter Jane the other half of the lands and to her
lawful issue. Son John when 12 to have half the profits, and Jane when 12
the other half. Son John £20 and daughter Jane £40 at their marriage.
That Mr John Finch have the keeping of my son and daughter until they are
21, with the profits from their lands. If my father in law Lawrence
will not suffer Mr John Finch to have the governance of my children, then
Pattenden to take no profit from my lands willed to them. If daughter Jane
die without lawful issue her part of the lands to Thomas Bull my brother
and his lawful issue, in default to Elizabeth Diricke my sister and her
lawful issue. Marion Turner my aunt and her son John my apprentice
£6-13-4d between them. To amend the highways £10. All my cloth
and wool to the behoof of my son and daughter. Witnesses :—Robert Rayman,
William Hillis, Thomas Hulls, William Coting.
[Probate 10 June
(A. Vol. 24, fol. 233.)
16 Feb. 1464-5. Buried in the churchyard before the south
door of the church of Holy Trinity. High altar for tithes 6-8d. Lights
of St Mary and St John Baptist in the chancel of St Mary two cows.
Elisabeth Fenell £6-13-4d at her marriage. Each of my Feoffees and Ex’ors
6-8d. Residue after debts paid to wife Joan to dispose for my soul.
Ex’ors :—Wife Joan and
1 John Bunting, gent., joined John
Cade in 1450, and had pardon.— Arch. Cantiana, VII, 245.