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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 44  1932  page 100
                       
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGBOURNE).—I. By Arthur Hussey   continued

my messuage in the tenure of St John. Felice Quinte two shamels in the market-place.
[No Probate date.]                          (A. Vol. 4, fol. 50.)

AGNES COPPYN.
   8 Feb. 1527. Buried in the churchyard. To Our Lady of Pyte my best beads. To maintain the Light of the Trinity 5 ewes. For the keeping of my child from my goods according to good conscience. Residue disposed by my Ex’ors :—Thomas Austen, vicar, Raynold Signett. Witnesses :—Thomas Clerk, William Tylford.
[Probate 22 January 1527-8.]       (A. Vol. 17, fol. 345.)

JOHN CORSER.
   3 March 1533-4. Buried in the churchyard beside my wife. Daughter Joan two laten basons, two bell candlesticks, two pewter plates, etc. Son John the great cawdron. All other moveable goods to wife Agnes my Ex’or to bring up my children and give to them at her discretion. Wife have for life the house I dwell in then to sons Austen, Lawrance, John, equally in fee simple and each heir to other, if all die before their mother then at her death be sold, the money disposed for our souls by my 

Feolfees. Son John have my shop paying my wife half the value. My other shop to my wife in fee simple, to pay my debts and find my three youngest children. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen, vicar, Nicholas Harte, Richard Warsing.
[Probate 17 Feb. 1534-5.]            (A. Vol. 20, fol. 89.)

WILLIAM COTYNG.
   24 March 1498-9. Buried in the churchyard of Holy Trinity before the south door next to Alice my first wife. Katherine and Joan my daughters 40/- each at their marriage. Son Nicholas 50/- when 25. Son Thomas a spruce chest. Son John my cupbord. Ex’ors :—Wife Isabella and son Thomas. Wife have my house at Northstreet with all lands thereto for life, then to son Nicholas his heirs assigns for ever. Wife have 4 bushels of rent barley paid by Piers Smith of Sidingborne for her life then to son John. Son John my house at Shamble with all lands and two acres in Westland. Son Thomas my messuage at Piniwikill with all lands, a shamble in the market-place, a little plot of land called Paradise, one acre of woodland at Denwey in Newington.
[Probate 27 Sept. 1499.]                   (A. Vol. 7, fol. 52.)

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