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branched candelabra for holding the tapers burnt before an altar
or image. Bequests for lights sometimes took the form of wax,
and sometimes one or more pounds of wax were left to the church
without further specification.

In Wills of this class we are not likely to meet with many gifts
for church building, though William Hyne left 20s. for the building
of the steeple at Sheen No. 184. Small bequests for the repair of
the church or its ornaments are, however, not uncommon. The
gifts to the fabric or work of the church, or of some part of it, as
the steeple or the bells, were contributions to the fund out of which
the building was maintained. Minor gifts to churches which are
mentioned include vestments and breviaries ; there is a bequest
for altar cloths in No. 197, and one to buy a new cross in No. 284.

Chantries and Fraternities. In about a dozen instances
there are specific bequests for masses. But the only chantries
mentioned are at Holy Trinity, Guildford No. 279 and at Shere
Nos. 303 and 304. Considering how great a part the parish guild

Altogether lights are mentioned in somewhat more than half the churches
named. See further in the Subject Index,



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or fraternity played in the religious life of the 15th century, it is
rather remarkable that there is mention of only nine Fraternities.
Of these no less than six were at Southwark or in its neighbourhood ;
at Southwark there were Fraternities of St. Mary and of St. Barbara
at St. Olave's Nos. 85, 150, 151 of St. Mary at St. Margaret's
Nos. 91 and 10 1 and of St. Katherine at St. Mary Magdalen's
No. 99 ; at Camberwell there was a Fraternity of St. Giles No. 75,
and at St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, a Fraternity of Our Lady
No. 132. In the rest of the county the only Fraternities named are
those of St. John the Baptist at Trinity, Guildford Nos. 50, 63
and 279 of the Holy Cross at Egham Nos. 76, 196 and 238 and
of The Trinity at All Saints, Kingston No. 246. It is hardly to
be supposed that there were no other Fraternities in the district
and the absence of reference must, as in other cases, probably be
explained by the humble rank of the majority of the testators.



Archdeaconry Court of Surrey.

WILLS: SPAGE REGISTER.



' TEST AMENTA x et Commissiones bonorum testatorum et intesta-
torum in[fra] Archidiaconatum Surr., Winton. dioc, decedentium, Coram
circu[mspecto] 2 viro Magistro Willelmo Baker, 3 inlegibusbaccalario, [Officiali]
Venerabilis Viri Magistri Oliveri Dynham, in Artibus Magistri, dicti
Archidiaconatus Archidiaconi, probata ac per ipsum approbata, etc. In met
Johannis Richardson, notarii publici, predicti Archidiaconatus Registrarii,
Actorum scribe et registrato[rum et] registrandorum Custodis, presentia.
Anno Domini Millesimo cccclxxx [Hit], Mensis Julii die xvi.'



1. William Spage.

1484. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints, Kingston

upon Thames. To the high altar of the said church 4^. To Joan, my
wife, a tenement in Gighill in the said town. To Joan, my wife, Executrix,
all my goods moveable and immoveable, to dispose of for my soul.
Overseer, Master Robert Skerne. [Latin.]

Proved 16 July, 1484. [/o. 1.

2. John Mawdefyld of Dunsfold.

1 July, 1484. To the mother church of Winchester 4^. To the
work of the church of Dunsfeld 3s. 4^. Residue to Elizabeth my wife
and Robert my son Executors, to be disposed for my soul. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir Henry Dyer, William Bowto, Richard Puttok and others.

Proved 16 July, 1484, at Guildford. [jo. 1.

3. Henry Elyot of Estshalford.

2 July, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Shalford.
To the mother church of Winchester i2d. To the high altar of Shalford i2d.
' et ad nouam cap . . . 4 vis. viii^.' To John my son 2 oxen price 20s., one

1 Title as in original. * The margin of the leaf is frayed. * Generally called Barker.

* MS. imperfect.



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cow price . . . and 10 ewes. To each of my daughters, Agnes, Beatrice,
Alice, Joan and Mercy a cow price 6s. and 10 ewes. To each of my god-
children Afd. To Walter my brother 20. To Edmund my brother

3 sheep and 3 lambs. Residue to Alice my wife and to John Weler
Executors to dispose for the good of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 30 July, 1484. [jo. 1.

4. Richard Payne.

6 May, 1484. To be buried in the church of St. Peter and Paul,
Godalmyng. To the mother church <\d. To the light of St. Mary
called ' Pete ' in the church of Godalmyng one ewe, and to the lights of
St. Stephen, of St. Richard, of St. Blaise, and of St. Katherine in the said
church each one ewe. All other goods to Elizabeth my wife for my soul.
[Latin.]

Proved 30 July, 1484. \jo. 2.

5. Philip Palmere.

12 Dec, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. John the
Baptist, Wonersh. To the mother church of Winchester izd. For the
upkeep of a light before the image of St. John the Baptist in the chancel
of the said church 6s. 8d. One cow for the upkeep of a light before the
image of St. Mary in the Chapel of Bromlegh. To each of my unmarried
godsons one lamb. To the high altar of Wonersh 4^. Residue
to Henry my son, Thomas Smythes and Robert Exfold for the welfare of
my soul. To the said Thomas and Robert Exfold for their labours
each 13s. 4d. [Latin.]

Proved 15 Sept., 1484. [jo. 2.

6. John Croft.

' 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of Holy Trinity,
Guldeford. To the mother church ^d. To the high altar of my parish
church 4d. To Roger my son one basin [lavatorium]. To Juliana my
daughter a black cow. To Christopher Bell and Joan his wife other
necessaries viz. ' iii Kammes iii fiayes A warpyng fate et warpying barres
and a quyltorn.' 1 To John my son 4 measures of barley. To Marian
my daughter 4 measures of barley. Residue to John Clopton, Rector,
and Alice my wife, Executors. [Latin.]

Proved 15 Sept., 1484. [/<?. 2.

1 Apparently Croft was a weaver. ' Kammes ' may be combs ; a quiltorn was
an instrument for turning a weaver's quills.



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7. John Crowcher of Marow.

1 Aug., 148-4 . To be buried in the churchyard of St. Peter, Marowe.
To the high altar of the said church 2d. To the mother church of Winchester
2d. To the parish church of Marow a sheep for the finding of a candle
to burn before the crucifix. Residue to Isabel my wife, Executrix.
Henry Preston, Overseer. [Latin.']

Proved 15 Sept., 1484. [fo. 3.



8. John Farnes of the parish of St. Nicholas [Guildford].

23 Aug., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of the said
church. To the mother church of Winchester /\d., and to the branches 1
[branciis] before the crucifix 8d. The residue to William Longe and
Henry Mabonk, Executors, to dispose for my soul and the souls of my
parents and benefactors.

Witn. Sir Thomas Curate of said church and John Milys, John
Maurok, and John Ganys and many others. [Latin.]

Proved 15 Sept., 1484. [fo. 3.



9. John Adam.

10 July, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Horeley.
To the mother church of Winchester 4^. To the high altar of the church
of Horeley 4^. To the light of St. Mary of the same church 2d. Margaret
my wife and John my son, Executors. Residue to Margaret my wife
for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 17 Sept., 1484. [fo. 3.



10. Thomas Amyot of Kingston on Thames.

15 Aug., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints,
Kyngston. To the high altar there for my tithes and oblations negligently
forgotten or withheld 6d. To the mother church of Winchester 4^.
Residue to Joan my wife, Executrix, for my soul. Clement Ham and John
Grove jun., Overseers. [Latin.]

Witn. Robert Long and John Norys, William Bylgyn and others.

Proved 20 Sept., 1484 ' pro fine xxd.' [fo. 3.

1 Branched stand for holding candles.
B 2



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11. Margarete Banestre of Worplusdon.

7 June, 1480. ' In the name of God Amen the vii day of June
the yere of our Lord Mccccl ... I Margarete Banestre of Worplusdon
In my wydowhede and in my hole mynde remembring deth and thende
of my life not willing to decesse Intestate make and dispose my present
testament and last will in this wise : ffurst I bequeth and recommend my
soule to the mercy of allmyghte god my saviour And his gloriouse blissed
moder Virgyn mary And to all the seyntes of heven. And my body to
be buryed in the chirchlyton of Worplusdon. Item. I beqeth to the
moder church \\i\d. Item. I bequeth to the high auter of Worpilsdon iiiii.
Item. I beqeth to the worke of the stepill of Worpilsdon vis. v'md. And
the residue of my goodes, the costs of my sepulture deducte, I remitte
to the discretion of my too sonnes Nicholas Banastr & John Banastr
which I have made and ordenyd myne executours to dispose itt according
to my seide last will for the wele of my sowle and of my husbondes soule
and of all my f rendes soules as they shall answere before god another day.
Also I bequeth to the church of Worpilsdon a towell of dyaper.'

Proved 19 Oct., 1480, at Guildford. [fo. 4.

12. Thomas Andrew of Adyngton.

8 July, 1484. Testament. To be buried in the churchyard of Adyngton.
To the mother church of Winchester 6d. To John my son a mare aged
one year. To Margery my daughter a mare of the same age. After the
death of Isoda my wife, John my son, and Margery my daughter shall
each of them have one brass pot and one brass dish. Executors, Isoda
my wife and William Brodefote. To John Kethill my servant 8d. Resi-
due to Executors for the payment of my debts.

Will of the same date. Isoda, my wife to have a croft and \ acre
of my land lying in the hamlet of Sherley in Croydon for her life, with
remainder to John my son and his heirs for ever. If John die under age,
remainder to Margery my daughter. And if Margery die under age the
said lands to be sold by my feoffees, and the profits disposed in good
works for the welfare of my soul and the [souls] of my parents. [Latin.] '

Proved 4 Nov., 1484. [f . 4.

13. Agnes Patyn.

11 Sept., 1484. To be buried in ecclesiastical sepulture. To the
parish church of Ewell a measure of barley. To the Vicar a measure of
barley. To John Hayton a measure of barley. Residue to John Patyn
my son for my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 4 Nov., 1484. [fo. 4.

1 The records of Probate for the wills of Andrew, Patyn and White are given
together on fo. 5.



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14. Stephen White.

> May, 1484. To the church of Winchester [blank]. To the
high altar of the church of Longditton 6d. To the light of the Cross 4^.
To the light of St. Katherine ^d. Residue to John my son for my
soul. [Latin.]

Proved 4 Nov., 1484. [fo. 4.

15. Thomas Trowghton.

6 Sept., 1479. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Stoke
Dabernon. To the parish church there 10s. To the parish church of
Coveham 10s. Residue to George Blake my Executor for the welfare of
my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 26 Nov., 1484. [fo. 5.

16. William Aylewyn.

19 June, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas
of [blank in original]. To the mother church of Winchester 6d. To the
high altar of my said parish church i2d. To the lights of the high cross,
of St. Mary, and of St. Christopher 6d. each. Residue to Agnes, my
wife. Executors said Agnes, John Davy and Henry Achirche. [Latin.]
[The dates in the record of Probate are not filled in.] [fo. 5.

17. John Seke of Ewell.

7 Sept., 1484. To be buried in the church of St. Martin, Ebsham.
To the high altar of Ewell I2d. To the Vicar of Ewell 2od. To the high
altar of Ebsham 2od. To the light of the parish church one quarter
of malt. To Elizabeth my daughter my house in which Benet
lives and ' unum cacabum magnum anglice cawdron ' also ' i patinam
sive patellam ' bought from Paulina, a best pot, two basins, and two
candelabra. All the abovesaid shall be in the custody of her mother
to the time of her ' disponsationis ' [marriage] on condition that she
shall obey her mother, otherwise the said legacies shall be at the will of
her mother. To Isabel Potter 4 acres of land lying in the field of
Ebsham. Residue to Julia my wife, Executrix. [Latin.]

Witn. The Vicar of Ewell and John Owdall.

Proved 1484 [day and month not given] at Kingston. [fo. 5.

18. John Fostyr.

24 Dec, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Laurence,
Capelle. To the mother church <\d. To Richard my brother my best



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gown. To each godson and goddaughter 2d. Residue to Julia
my wife, Executrix ; Thomas Stere, Overseer. [Latin.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 6.

19. Richard Bisshop.

4 Dec., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of Merew. To
the mother church 2d. To the high altar of the Church of Merew I2d.
To the reparation of the said church 8d. To Joan my servant a young
ox. Residue to Elizabeth my wife, Executrix, and John Eliot, Overseer.
[Latin.]

Proved 16 Dec, 1484. [fo. 6.

20. Thomas Penkerst of Shalford.

1484. To be buried in the churchyard of Shalford. To the

mother church of Wynchestre qd. To the high altar of Shalford ^d.
Residue to Thomasia, my wife, and to Edward Tyknor, Executors, for
the good of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 7 Feb., 14841-5] ' nichil pro fine.' [fo. 6.

21. Richard Taylor of Shire.

2 Feb., i484[ 5]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. James,
Shire. To the mother church of Winchester ^d. To the reparation of
the church of Shire 5s. To Richard my son 20s. Residue to Joan,
my wife, and to John Priston the elder of Shalford my Executors that
they may dispose them for my soul. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir Thomas Hogeson, Henry Roger and Thomas Trower
with others.

' Pro probat. xvid. et pro fine vs.'

Proved 7 Feb., I484[~5] at Guildford. [fo. 7.

22. John Hardwyn of Biflete.

1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Byflete.

To the mother church /\d. Residue to Henry Chirch and Thomas
Hardwyn my son, Executors, to dispose for my soul. [Latin.]

' Pro fine xvid.'

Proved 6 Feb., 14B4.-5]. [fo. 7.



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23. Richard Page.

1484. To be buried in the churchyard of Woking. To the

mother church ^d. To the high altar a sheep. To the light of the
Cross and of St. Mary of Pity 2 sheep. Residue to Walter Page and John
Page, my sons, Executors, for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.']

' Pro fine. re. pro fine xxd.'

Proved 7 Feb., 1484c 5 J. [fo. 7.

24. William Fraunsys of Shire.

6 Mar., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of Shire. To
the mother church of Winchester <\d. As mortuary an ox. Residue
to Robert my son and to Nicholas Seman Executors that they may ordain
and dispose them as to them may seem best according to God and their
conscience. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir Thomas Hogeson, William Hoker, Henry Rogger and others
[Probate not given.] [fo. 7.

26. Thomas Forster the elder of Kyngston upon Thames.

25 June, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints,
Kingston. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To the high altar
for tithes forgot 2d. To the lights of St. Mary and of St. Katherine
2d. each. Residue to Joan my wife, Executrix, for the welfare of my
soul. Overseers, Thomas Forster and Richard Forster. [Latin.]

Witn. William Holgrave, John Welles and John Dawson.

Proved 20 Sept., 1484. [fo. 8.

26. John Riding of Thorpe.

26 April, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,
Thorpe. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To the high altar of
Thorpe for my tithes and oblations forgotten /\d. To the light of the
High Cross of said parish church 4 measures of barley malt and \ a
measure of wheat [frumenti]. To each of my godsons [pueris ad fontem
ecclesie] one measure of barley. Two measures and a half of wheat [to be
milled and baked] [ad molinendum et furnisand.] in Lent next after my
death and distributed among the poor for 5 Fridays in the said time
viz. : on each day 5 loaves price of each loaf a penny by the hands of
Joan my wife. Residue to Joan my wife for payment of my debts.
The said Joan Executrix with William Tailor de Staines for the welfare
of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 24 Sept., 1484, at Trinity Church, Guildford. [fo. 8.



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27. Thomas Michell of Worplysdon.

[Undated.] To be buried in the churchyard of Worplisdon.
To the high altar <\d. To the light of the Cross there i2d. To the mother
church 4d. Residue to Elizabeth my wife and Henry Sygar. [Latin.]

' Re. pro fine xxd.'

[Probate not given.] [fo. 8.

28. Henry Loveland of Worplisdon.

7 Jan., i484[~5.] To be buried in the churchyard of Worplisdon.
To the high altar 2d. To the fabric of the mother church ^d. Residue
to Alice my wife and Thomas my son, Executors. Sir John Williamson,
Rector of Bysley, Overseer, for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

' Re. pro fine xxd.'

Proved 7 Feb., i484[~5]. [fo. 8.

29. Richard Atstrete of Wonersh.

11 Oct., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. John the
Baptist, Wonersh. To the mother church of Winchester qd. ' Ad
opus le claper inter Wonersh & Bromlegh iid.' To John the clerk 4J.
Residue to my Executors for my soul. Executors William Atstrete my
son and Agnes my wife, and John Vyneter Overseer. [Latin.]

Proved 7 Feb., 1484 [-5]. [fo. 9.

30. -Peter Been of Kyngeston upon Thames.

7 Nov., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints,
Kingston. For tithes forgot 2od. To the lights of the Holy Trinity,
of St. Mary and of St. James i2d. each. To John my son my best cup,
a masor, 6 silver spoons and my best "anvild." To William, my son,
another cup called my 'Werstmasor' and 6 silver spoons; the said goods
not to be delivered to the said John and William until they come to the
age of 24 years. To William my son all that my tenement with
appurtenances in Kingston on the other side of the bridge called
Clateryng brigge to him and his heirs for ever after the decease of Agnes
my wife. To said William a silver girdle of black colour. To Isabella my
kinswoman /\d. and a pair of sheets. To Robert Been my kinsman
' ii hamers & 1 par tonges.' To Nicholas Chayne my servant 3s. 4//.,
' ii hamers & 1 par tongys.' To Robert Carter 3s. ^d. ' ii hamers i par
tongys.' Residue to Agnes my wife for the welfare of my soul. The
said Agnes and Gilbert Couper Executors. Robert Dalton, clerk,
Overseer. [Latin.]

Witn. William Orme, Hugh Edwards, John Welles and others.

Proved 8 Feb., [1484-5]. [fo. 9.



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31. Renold Clerke of Kyngston upon Thames.

5 Dec, 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints.
To the high altar 4^. All my goods to Joan my wife Executrix for the
welfare of my soul. Robert Long Overseer. [Latin.]

Proved 8 Feb., I484[ 5]. [fo. 10.

32. John Hichehurst of Nudegate.

6 Jan., 1484P 5.] To be buried in the churchyard of Slawgham.
To the high altar there I2d. To the Rector of the church of Slawgham
for mortuary one steer price 5s. To the high altar of the
church of Nudegate ~L2d. Residue to Joan my wife, Executrix, for the
welfare of my soul. [Latin.']

Proved 16 March, i484[-5]. [fo. 10.

33. Richard Tewesley of Cranley.

18 Feb., 1484I-5]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas,
Cranley. To the light of the Cross <\d. To the high altar 4^. To the
fabric of the mother church of St. Swithun Winchester ^d. To Robarga
my wife 3 ' bullokks ' and three cows and 2 crofts of land called ' f ushill '
containing 9 acres, and the half of my grain, both on the ground, and
within the house or barn, the other half to John Tewesley my son and
heir. To William Tewesley my son 1 bullok. Residue to John att
Howe of Cranley and Henry Tewesley my brother, Executors, for the
welfare of my soul and [the souls] of my parents and. that they may
pay my debts. [Latin.]

Proved 16 March, 14841-5]. [fo. 10.

34. John Tarre.

28 Feb., 14841-5]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret,
Ocley. To the mother church ^d. Residue to John Puttok, Executor,
for the good of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved in the Church of Trinity, Guildford, date not given, [fo. 10.

35. John Hudson of Great Bokam.

26 Feb., 14841-5]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas,
Great Bokame. To the mother church of Winchester /\d. To the high
altar of the said church of Great Bokame for my tithes forgotten 12^.
Residue to Joan my wife, Executrix, for my soul. The Vicar of Bokam,
Thomas Roger and Thomas Whelere, Overseers. [Latin.]

Proved 22 March, i484[~5]. [fo. 11.



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36. Richard Stert.

12 Jan., i484[-5]. To be buried in the churchyard of Godalmyn.
To the church of Wynchester ^d. To the church of Godalmyng 6d. To
each of my godsons 2d. To Thomas Stert of Pudnam 2 sheep ' oves
matrices ' 2 ' oves bidentes,' 2 yearling sheep, one cow, one quarter of
wheat, a quarter of rye [sigali], a quarter of barley and after the decease
of Rose his mother a cooking pot [cacabus], the middle one of three. Rose
my wife and William my son shall cause to be celebrated 100 masses for
my soul and for the faithful dead. Residue to Rose my wife and
William my son Executors to profit my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 23 March, i484[-5]. [fo. 11.

37. William Bockfold of Thursley.

12 Nov., 1484. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Michael,
Thursley. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To the altar of the
said church ^d. Residue to Isabel my wife and Richard my son, Executors,
for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 11.

38. Thomas Trevet of Wocking.

1 Feb., I484[~5]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Peter,
Woking. To the mother church of Winchester ^d. To the high altar
of Wocking 4^. To the light called Rode light 4^. To Robert Brutty
4d. Residue to Edmond Herbert, Executor, for the welfare of my soul.
[Latin.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 11.

39. Richard Hiller the elder of Chabham, ' yeman.'

7 July, 1485. To be buried in the chapel of the Blessed Mary the
Virgin within the church of St. Laurence, Chabham. To the Warden
of said church of Chabham 3s. ^d. To the mother church of St. Swythun,
Winchester 2d. To the light of St. Laurence aforesaid one ' bidentem'
called A Teg. 1 taper weighing 3 quarters of wax to be burnt before
Mary in the said chapel. One ' bidentem ' called A Teg to the light of the
Blessed Mary the Virgin in the church of Horsill. To Alexander my son
a gown next my best gown, a pan of brass containing 3 gallons and a
latten candlestick, a charger, a plate and a saucer of pewter, one pig
called ' A Sow Hog/ one bullok called ' a hekford ' aged 2 years. To



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William Burgate my servant one calf ' Wanworth .' To John
Burgate my servant one other calf 'Wanworth.' Residue to Alice,
my wife, and to Richard Hiller, my son, Executors. John Forster
of Chabham, yeoman, and John Aylewyn of Upton, Bucks., yeoman,
Overseers. [Latin.']

Witn. Alexander Fayreford, gent., and John Forster, yeoman, and
many others.

Proved 20 July, 1485. [f- I2

40. John Cok of Wonersh.

16 June, 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. John the
Baptist, Wonersh. To the mother church of Winchester 8d. To each of
my godsons ^d. ' Ad reparationem le clapes ' between Wonersh and
Bromlegh 8d. To John ' Clerico ' ^d. To John my son one cow. Residue
to Margery my wife Executrix for the welfare of my soul. William at
Strete, carpenter, and John Vyner Overseers. [Latin.]

Proved 19 July, 1485. [fo. 12.

41. John Knyght alias Alyn.

27 April, 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of Clandon
Regis. To the mother church of Winchester $d. To the church of
Clandon the finding of a candle of the weight of one pound, to be lighted
and burnt every Sunday and Festival before the crucifix forever. [No
amount specified.] Also I will that one or more priests shall sing a trental
of masses. Residue to John Clifton, Thomas Brown and Robert Butt,
Executors. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir William Tyce and Sir John Croxall with many others.

Proved 20 June, 1485, at Trinity Church, Guildford. [fo. 12.

42. Robert Ball.

10 Oct., 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary, Oksted.
To the said church my best animal in the name of my mortuary. To
the fabric of the mother church of Winchester \d. To the high altar
of the church of Okstede 8d. To Sir William Doughtyman, my con-
fessor, one ox which Robert Burner has of me, or the price of the said ox
' et hoc continet in se xiiis. iiiii.' Residue to Marina my wife and her
daughter, Executors, that they may dispose and divide between them.
Sir William Doughtyman Overseer. [Latin.]

Proved 19 Oct., 1485, before Master W. Barker. [fo. 13.



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43. Richard Trywe of Peperharow.

6 Oct., 1485. ' In Dei nomine Amen the xi day of the month
of Octobre the yere of our Lord Mcccclxxxv to . I Richard Trywe of


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