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Tudor P.C.C. Will Transcription by L. L. Duncan - Book 54 page 14

THOMAS ALCHORNE,  Will 5 January 1507

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THOMAS ALCHORNE of the parish of Goodherst [Goudhurst]. 5 January 1507. To be buried in the church yard of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Goodherst. To the said church two cows for the salary of one priest in part payment of his salary. To the high altar of Wodherst 20s. To the monastery of Beyham 3s. 4d. To the Prior and Convent of Comewell 6s. 8d. To the parish church of Woodherst 6s.8d. To the light of the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Wodherst one cow. To Dom. Richard Griggis of Wodherst 6s. 8d.
I leave to Andrew Alchorne my brother six cows, to John Bryckynden one bullock.
Executor Alexander Buor. Supervisor Dom. William Roger. [Latin]
This ys &e. 24 January. To Andrew Alcherne my broder 4 acres in the parish of Wodherst callid Wynberche lying to the Kyngs high wey on euery side.
Witness: Sr. William Roger parisshe preest of Goodherst, Morgan Austen, Richard Pemyll, Thomas Hipson.
Proved: 18 March 1507 by Thomas Alchorne and Katering Buor, "Alex: Buor ab hae luce migraint".

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