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    Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 45  1933  page 22
MILTON WILLS (NEXT SITTINGB0URNE).—II. By Arthur Hussey continued

PETER GUNSELE.
   8 April 1477. Buried in the churchyard. Joane daughter of Elene Hellis my daughter 20/-, to Margaret her daughter 13-4d and Felise her daughter 6-8d at their marriage. Residue after paying debts to William Hellis my son and Ex’or to dispose for my soul. Elene Hellis my daughter all my messuage, barn, garden for her life, then to her husband William Hells for his life, then to Thomas son of Elene and his lawful issue, in default to his brother John and his lawful issue, in default to the right heirs of Elene for ever. Witnesses—Peter Dingley vicar of Milton, William Coting, William Bright, Thomas Cryer.
[Probate 20 May 1477].                 (A. Vol. 3, fol. 96.)

WILLIAM HAME
   22 Sept 1529. Probate of his Will to his Ex’or Margery his widow. 
[No more information.]           (A. Act. Vol. 6, fol. 186.)

WILLIAM HARRIES.
   19 January 1531-2. Buried in the churchyard. High altar
2/-. Residue after paying debts to my wife (no name) my Ex’or, Witnesses :—Thomas Austen vicar there, John Cowche.
[Probate 13 March 1531-2.]        (A. Vol. 19, fol. 178.)

STEPHEN HARISON.
   No date. Buried in the churchyard at the south side. Thomas my brother all my wearing gear except a coat to my maid Joan. Ex’or :—Agnes my wife and have the residue to keep my child, and the lease of the Mill for all my years. Witnesses— Thomas Austen vicar, Robert Raiffin, Thomas Kilvert.
[Probate 14 December 1524.]     (A. Vol. 16, fol. 154.)

JOAN HERT.
   5 Oct 1464. Buried in the churchyard next my husband. High altar 6-8d. A priest celebrate in the church for my soul, husband, all faithful departed half a year have £3-6-8d. To repair the Key late my husbands in the Town of Middleton 26-8d. Disorie Childmelle my best cloak and green girdle. Residue to William Childmelle my son to dispose for my soul and be Ex’or. Two acres and one virgate of land and two barns in Sidingborn be sold, the money equally to the church work and for a priest to celebrate for my soul, and my husband, etc.
[No Witnesses or Probate.]            (A. Vol. 1, fol. 105.)

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