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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 92
                       
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGBOURNE).—I. By Arthur Hussey   continued

Peter Dyngley, vicar of Middelton. Wife have for life my house of Colshale, 10 acres of land called Kybowors, and Snynton croft, after her death to John Fenell son of my daughter and his lawful issue, in default be sold and £6-13-4d to a priest to celebrate in the church for a year for our souls and William Gale and Alianore his wife; to repair the bad road between Middelton church and Colshale 40/-, residue to the work of the church. My four tenements in the market place of Middleton be sold, and £6-13-4d to a priest celebrating in the church for a year. No Witnesses or Probate date.         (A. Vol. 1, fol. 57.)

THOMAS BURDON.
   16 Sept. 1471. Buried in the churchyard of Holy Trinity. Ex’or :—Wife Margaret have residue to pay debts and dispose for my soul. Wife have my messuage at Chalkwell for life, then sold, half the money to Alice and Katherine my daughters if alive, other half for my soul, wife, all faithful departed in works of charity. 
No Witness names or Probate date.    (A. Vol. 2, fol. 34.)

ROBERT BURDON, of Chalkewell.
   1 Feb. 1506-7. Buried in the churchyard. To the Wevars torches when they be disposed to make them 2/-. John Day my cousin and servant various household things. Daughters, Katherine and Agnes 20/- each. Lowes Burdon 40/- to find him to school. Residue after debts paid to wife Margaret who with sons Thomas and John my Ex’ors. Wife have tenement in which I dwell with two gardens in Chalkwell for life if she does not marry, then to sons Thomas and John and their lawful issue, in default to my next heirs. Son William a tenement bounding to the lands of the heirs of Clenche. Whoever have my tenement to keep for 20 years one Obit of 2/- yearly for my soul, parents, all the faithful departed. Witnesses :—Dom John Bryne curate, John Triple, William Raynolde.
[Probate 20 May 1507.]               (A. Vol. 10, fol. 246.)

WILLIAM BURDON.
  .  .  .  1518. Buried in the churchyard. To the children of my brother William Cotyng nine yards of strayts (sic) and to my mother nine yards. Ex’or :—Wife Margery and have residue. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen vicar, John Burdon.
[Probate 14 January 1518-19.]     (A. Vol. 14, fol. 112.)

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