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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 45  1933  page 18
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGB0URNE).—II. By Arthur Hussey continued

 NICHOLAS GATE.1
   26 April 1481. Buried in the churchyard. Dom Peter Dingle vicar to pray for my soul in the church a trental of masses 8/-. Ex’ors—Wife Margaret and son William, have residue to pay debts and dispose for my soul. Feoffees—Peter Dingle, clerk, Thomas Sayer, John Bull to sell three acres of land in Norkefied in Borden, the money in three parts—(1) wife Margaret, (2) son William, (3) repair of my messuage and expenses of my burial. After the death of my wife my messuage in the Town of Middelton with land called Downe to son William for ever. [Probate 19 Decem. 1481.]            (A. Vol. 3, fol. 386.)

THOMAS GEDDYN.
   8 March 1533-4. Buried in the church next to my wife. High altar 6-8d. Thomas Driland my brother a black gown furred with lamb. Juliane my servant a quarters wages. Residue of apparel to son John, and of instuff and my wife’s apparel to my daughters Elisabeth and Anne equally, also £40 at their marriage, if. they died to my son John if alive, or in deeds of charity. Ex’ors :—Richard Driland senior, Thomas Grene, gent, each to have 40/-. My Ex’ors take all profits from my lands and tenements for six years after 

my death to pay my debts etc, and then to son John after he is 21. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen vicar, John Finch, gent, John Norton senior, gent, Richard Norton, John Godfrey. 
[No Probate date.]                     (Con. Vol. 16, fol. 62.)

RICHARD GENVEY, Waterman.
   12 March 1556 [?1555-6]. Buried in the churchyard. To those that bear me to church 4d each. Son Raulf and daughter Joan various household things. William son of Robert Ruffin 6-8d. Elisabeth Ruffin my daughter 6-8d. Christopher and Edward Standon children of my son 6-8d each, and John Standon their father my best jacket, dublet, cap, and Levyn his wife my best gown. Son Raulf my best breeches of blue cloth. William Genvey son of my son 6-8d, and Alice Genvey daughter of my son
6-8d. Residue after debts paid to wife Joane my Ex’or, with son Raulf overseer. Witnesses :—Nicholas Moreton vicar of the town, John Hinderwell. 
[Probate 6 April 1556.]                 (A. Vol. 30, fol. 263.)
   1 A Nicholas Gate, roper, joined John Cade in 1450, and had pardon.—Arch. Cant., VII, p. 268.

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