garden for life, then to John son of my brother John Hill and his heirs
for ever, if he die without issue then to Robert Hill my brother. My
brother Robert Hill have a broad loom and a linen loom. Residue after
debts paid to John Fye and Joan his wife my Ex’ors to dispose for my
soul. Witnesses :—John Walsh my curate, John Gormesfell, John Turye,
(A. Vol. 6, fol. 8.)
2 Feb 1498-9. Buried in the churchyard. John Hills my
kinsman all my craft and trade tools, a bacon hogg, all wood in the
garden. Residue after paying debts to John and William my sons. Ex’or—Robert
Dobenham. To the making of a torch for the church 20d. Witnesses :—Dom
William Petitt vicar, Robert Dobenham.
[Probate 27 Feb.
Vol. 7, fol. 101.)
20 August 1473. Buried in the churchyard. To the
parish-priest, parish-clerk, and sacrist, each 4d. Residue to wife
Elene my Ex’or. If I die from this sickness my wife have the messuage in
which I dwell in the market-place of Middelton for life, then to Agnes my
daughter and her lawful issue, in
default to be sold, the money—for a priest to celebrate in Middelton
and Newington churches half a year for our souls £6-13-4d; Joan
Cokelette my daughter 40/-; Joan daughter of Joan Cokelette 6-8d; Thomas
Parkin barber 3-4d; John Bole and William Coting my Feoffees each 5/-,
any residue to the highways and poor people. Peter Dingley vicar to be
overseer and have 6-8d. Witnesses :—John Cobbe, William Denewey,
John Carpenter, Thomas Sprotte, Thomas at Sole.
[Probate 2 Sept.
(A. Vol. 2, fol. 184.)
WILLIAM HUGGIN, of Quyntonstreet.
4 Oct 1513. Buried in the churchyard. To the gilding of Our
Lady 40d. Mawd daughter of my son a brass pot of three gallons, Thomas
her brother a little brass pot, John his brother 6d. John Harman
13-4d of which my wife shall pay 6-8d and John my son 6-8d. Robert
Huggin my brother 13-4d by 3-4d. yearly. Residue after debts etc
paid to wife Margaret, who with William Wreke her son, my Ex’ors. Wife
have for life all messuages, gardens, lands in Quyntonstreet in
Middelton and Bobbing, except two acres at Hulthill be sold and money
disposed for my soul; after wife’s death to son John and his lawful
issue. Son John all