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P.C.C. Will Transcription
L. Duncan -
Book 54 page 62
HENRY PATENDEN, Will
21 July 1549
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HENRY PATENDEN of Gowdeherst
[Goudhurst], clothier, 21 July 1549 (3 Edward VI).
To be buried in the churchyarde. To the poure mens boxe £4. Vnto Henry
Patenden my sonne fourscore pounds at 21 yeres. To Anne my doughter £40
at her mariage. Vnto Joane my doughter £40 at her mariage. Vnto
Katheryn Mapisden my wifs doughter £26. 13. 4. at hir mariage.
To George Mapisden my wifs sonne £10. Top Edward Mapisden my wifs sonne
£10 at their ages of 21 yeres. To my susters Alice and [blank] £3. 6.
8. at their mariages.
To Dorathe my wife £200 which Robert Whitfelde owith me. To Thomas
Pattenden my father £5. To my mother £3. 6. 8. To John Pattenden my
brother £5. To Dorathe my wife all my woodes and Tymber in the counties
of Surrey and Sussex.
Residue to Dorathe my wife my sole executrice. Peter Mapisden my
overseer. Witness: John Mone curate, Robert Colyer, Thomas Patenden
thelder, John Stone.
Proved 20 January 1549/50 by relict in person of John Talkar not:
public. (P.C.C. 1 Coode)
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