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Abstract of Will from St Peter Thanet (Broadstairs), Kent from Arthur Hussey’s Manuscripts

Will of William EASTON of St Peter Thanet 6 January 1482-3

William EASTON of St Peter’s in Thanet, 6 January 1482-3.
Buried in churchyard.
To the fabric of the church 2s. To each Light of which I am a brother 3d.
Wife Joan all utensili of my aule, camere and kitchen.
Executors – Wife Joan and William AUSTEN.
Feoffees – Nicholas EASTON, senior and Nicholas EASTON, junior.
All my lands and tenements to be sold and money for debts, etc. and residue as follows: my wife half part and my children the other part when of age.
Probate 17 September 1483. Archdeaconry Vol.3, fol. 468.

 

 

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