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Tudor P.C.C. Will Transcription by L. L. Duncan - Book 54 page 4

AGNES ROBERTS,  Will 15 February 1494

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AGNES ROBERTS late of the parish of Goutherst [Goudhurst], 15 February 1494. To be buried in the church of Westpecham. To the light of the herse in the church of Goutherst 12d. To the light of the Blessed Mary the Virgin there 4d.
To the reparation of the Kings high way called Netherlane in the parish of Goutherst and the Kings highway between Comborne and Goutherst 13s. 4d. Residue to John Tuttesham and Thomas Lane my executors. [Latin]
This is &e my londes in Tyseherst callid Adam Bakers to remain to Richard Tuttesham son of John Tuttesham when 24 and in default to Thomas broder to the said Richard and in default to Edward brother of said Richard.
At my monith day 12 gownes of blake cloth to 12 pouer men and 12 smokkes of canvas to 12 poore women.
Proved 2 July 1496. (P.C.C. 1 Horne)

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