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P.C.C. Will Transcription
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
Proved: 30 May 1500 by John Horsmonden executor.
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