GOTISLE of St Peter’s in Thanet, 15 November 1493.
Buried in churchyard.
High altar 12d, and to each Light of which I am a brother a bushel of
barley. Ad opus of the church 10s.
Joan, relict of Edward GOTISLEY 20s. William COPYN, barbautor (barber)
6s.8d. Ad opus of the church of the Friars of Sandwich 13s.4d.
Wife Denise have a mare, cow, ten sheep and half part of all grain, and
all my utensilia.
Residue after paying debts, etc. to John GRAUNT, Thomas AUSTYN, and
Stephen COLNER, my Executors.
Feoffees – William ROOKE and Nicholas GRAUNT.
Three acres of land in a field called Gotisle in three pieces – one
acre at Chalkpette, one acre at Brodsteyr Hill, and three rods at
Whitestretend, shall be sold, and money to my wife to pay debts.
Thomas AUSTYN have five rods of land at the south side of Gotisle and to
his heirs for ever.
Wife Denise have one acre and half an acre, and half a rod at the Lynch
beside Churche hill.
That William and John, sons of Edward GOTISLE have all my other lands
and tenements, when of age of 21, but if they died without lawful heirs
then to be sold, and money – to the making of a window in Chapel of St
Nicholas in said church £10; to the separation of the church work of
the Friars of Sandwich 20s; a priest to sing for our souls in the church
of St Peter for half a year five marcs (£3.6s.8d); to the Church
a Mass Book of value of ten marcs (£6.13s.4d), and any residue
for our souls.
Witnesses – Sir Robert BOTELER, parish priest, Richard NORWOD,
Nicholas NORWOD, Simon COLNER.
Probate 15 January 1493-4. Archdeaconry Vol.5, fol. 398.