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Tudor P.C.C. Will Transcription by L. 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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