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Tudor P.C.C. Will Transcription by L. L. Duncan - Book 54 page 15

STEPHEN HORSMONDEN, Will 10 March 1499

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STEPHEN HORSMONDEN of Goutherst [Goudhurst], 10 March 1499. To be buried in the parish churchyard. To the light of the herse 4d.
I leave to Thomasine Organ my servant 6s. 8d. To Agnes my wife part of my goods and other part amongst my sons. I will John Horsmonden my brother and Alexander Burre be my executors. [Latin]
Last Will: My londis in the parish of Goutherst; Agnes my wife to have issues of my mesuage whiche I dwell in and my londes called Pryfeld and if she marry then to my two sonnes William & Richard.
My feoffes: John Horsmonden, Alexander Burre and Thomas Horsmonden.
If my sons decesse then to my brother John Horsmonden and he shall pay my brother Thomas Horsmonden 25.
After my debts paid the overplus to the mariage of my doughters equally.
To Agnes my wife a cowe, three Hoggs 6 Semes of whete nowe being in the barn to gedir with a pece of whete callid the bre lying and being in the lordship of Horsmonden and 5 semys of ots of this yere growing. To my two sonnes either of them a cowe and in like wise to Margaret and Agnes my doughters.
Proved: 30 May 1500 by John Horsmonden executor.

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