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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 98
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGBOURNE).—I. By Arthur Hussey   continued

Triplowe, William Brett. Residue after debts paid to John 
Triplowe and William Brett my Ex’ors to dispose for my soul, each have 6-8d. Witnesses :—Dom William Scott, John Berry, Harry Waye.
[Probate 17 January 1503-4.]         (A. Vol. 9, fol. 181.)

   15 November 1508. Administration to the goods of John Clenche. To John Triplowe.
                                              (A. Act, Vol. 3, fol. 161.)

  .  .  .  November 1524. Buried in the churchyard of the Trinity of Milton. To maintain the Light before St Crispin and St Crispianus 2 lbs of wax. Ex’or :—Wife Alice and have residue to pay my debts and find my daughter Joan, with William Fagg overseer. Wife have the house I dwell in, and all lands in the parish of Brenchley for her life, doing repairs in the house and paying all rents, after her death the house in Milton to Joan my daughter and her lawful issue, in default to Edward Moyes my prentice, he to keep for 30 years an Obit of 3-4d yearly in the church. My land in

Brenchley remain to James Clerke of Brenchley, he to keep one Obit of 2/- yearly for 30 years in that church, and pay to the reparation of Bokinfold Chapel 20d yearly for 20 years; and pay to his sister Joan 26-8d, and to his sister Amye 13-4d. If daughter Joan die before my wife without lawful issue, and also James Clerke, then after my wife’s death the lands at Brenchley be sold, the money to the marriage of poor maidens and in other good works.
[Probate 14 December 1524.]      (A. Vol. 16, fol. 263.)

   14 April 1474. Buried in the churchyard. High altar 8d, the sacrist 6d. Residue to wife Joan and Stephens Feitnell my Exors’ to pay debts. Wife have 4 acres of land in Seweris field lately obtained from Hamon Bole and Matilda Stonard, for life of wife, then to son Sampson. Also wife have five shamels (portable stalls) in Middelton market-place for life, then three to son Sampson and two to son Thomas. After my death son
   1 A John Cok, shipman, a Follower of John Cade, 1450, had pardon. —Arch. Cantiana VII, 268.

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