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of my soul. Sir John Poket, Overseer. [Latin.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 25.

85. William Barton of St. Olave, Suthwerk, baker.

17 July, 1483. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Olave,
Suthwerk. To the high altar of the same church for my tithes forgot
3s. 4^. To the Fraternity of St. Mary in the same church so that I may
have a cloth of gold belonging to the said Fraternity about my body
at the time of my funeral and my masses made there, 5s. To Robert
Barton, John Barton, and Richard Barton my sons 40s. and 2 silver
spoons each ; all the said legacies to be delivered to them by my
executor before Alice my wife be married or betrothed to
anyone. If any of my said sons shall die before he comes to age of
discretion the other surviving sons or son shall be his heir. Alice my
wife, while single and unmarried, shall have custody and governance of
the said money and spoons left to my sons until the assigned time, viz.
until my said sons shall attain to mature age if Alice so long remain single
and unmarried. To Richard Barton my brother my best gown. To
Richard Hore of Suthwerk, brewer, executor, 6s. 8d. Residue to Alice
my wife ; she and Richard Hore Executors. [Latin.]

Proved 25 Jan., 1485 [-6], before Master Edmund Colman, official of
the Archdeacon, at Southwark. [fo. 26.



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86. John Denet.

31 Dec, 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of the Monastery
of St. Peter, Chertesey. To the mother church of Winchester ^d. Residue
to Richard Denett son, Executor, for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 31 Jan., i485[-6], at Chertsey. [fo. 26.

87. Robert Chamberleyn.

2 Feb., 1485 [-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Michael
the Archangel, Estbecheworth. To the mother church of Winchester 4^.
To the high altar of the church of Estbecheworth 4^. To the light of
Holy Cross a wax taper weighing 1 lb. To Sir John Cowper, my con
fessor, Vicar of Estbecheworth, 5s. to celebrate for my soul and the souls
of my friends wheresoever it shall please him. To William my son
2 beasts aged 2 years. To William Chamberleyn the younger one ' bulloc '
and a pot containing 2 gallons. To Alice Chamberleyn a ' bulloc '
[and a pot] containing 12 gallons. To John Chamberleyn a ewe and a
lamb. Residue to Joan my wife. Joan and William Chamberleyn
Executors. [Latin.]

Proved 15 Feb., i485[-6], at Southwark. [fo. 27.

88. John Forte of St. Margaret, Southwerk, carpenter.

13 Feb., 1485-6. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret,
Suthwerk. To the high altar of the same church for tithes forgot I2d.
To the Fraternity of St. Mary in the same church to pray for my soul 2s.
To William Manfford Executor 2s. Residue entirely to Agnes my wife.
Agnes principal Executor with William Mannfford. [Latin.]

Proved 21 Feb., 1485 [-6], at St. Mary Overey. [fo. 27.

89. William Pynnok of Thorp.

10 Jan., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,
Thorp. To the mother church of the Cathedral of Winchester one measure
of barley. To the altar of Holy Trinity in the said church of Thorp one
measure of barley. To the lights of ' beate Marie chauncell ' of the
said church, and of St. Nicholas one measure of barley. To the light
of the Holy Sepulchre in the said church one measure of corn. To the
light of the High Cross one measure of barley. To the light ' tortorum ' *
there one measure of barley. To 2 lights of the Cross in the church of
Egham 2 measures of barley. To my curate to pray for my soul 4d.
Rest of my goods to Margaret my wife and to Richard my son, Executors,
for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 28 Feb., 1485I-6]. [fo. 27.

Bakers of tourte ' or coarse bread.



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90. Richard Cunstable of Mikilham.

18 Jan., I485[ 6]. To be buried in the churchyard of Mikilham.
To the mother church of Winchester ^d. To the light before the cross ^d.
Residue to Thomasina my wife, Executrix, for the health of my soul.
[Latin.]

Proved 10 March, i485[-6]. [fo. 28.

91. John Child of St. Margaret, Suthwerk.

1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret

next the place where the body of William Whitmore once my fellow
[socii] lies buried. To the high altar of the said parish church for my

tithes forgot 6d. To the Fraternity of St. Mary in the same church .

To Master William parish chaplain of the same church, my confessor, I2d.
Residue to Joan my wife to dispose for my soul. Which said Joan . . . *
[Latin, imperfect.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 28.

92. Richard Londer of Wonersh.

12 Nov., 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. John,
Wonersh. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To John ' clerico '
2d. Executors, Thomas Atstrete, taylour, and Alice my wife. Residue
to my executors for my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 10 March, i485[-6], at Dorking. [fo. 28.

93. John Saer of Shere.

16 Jan., i485[ 6]. To be buried in the churchyard of Shere. To
the mother church of Winchester 4*/. To Sir William Pope one sheep.
To the light of the Cross one sheep. To the bell one sheep. To John
Roger one sheep. To Roger one sheep. Rest of goods to Thomas
Saer my son, Executor. [Latin.]

Proved 10 March, i485[-6.] [fo. 28.

94. John Peron of Maldon.

13 Feb., I485[ 6]. ' In Dei nomine Amen. This is the last will of
John Peron of Maldon made the xiii day of Feuerer the yere and rayne of
King Herry the viith the first yere. ffirst I bequeth my soul to God
and to our lady Seynt Mary and to all the holy company of heven, And

1 Will ends here.



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my body to be buryed in the chirch yerd of Maldon ; also I bequeth
to the hy awter of Maldon iiiii. Also I bequeth to my moder chirch
of Wynchester iid. Also it is my will that Margarete my wife, John
Blakman and John Fyndon shall be myn executours. And that thei
shall have the rewle of my goodes And pay my dettes. And the residue of
my goodes itt is my Will that Margaret my wif shall have to hir demaynys.'

Proved 13 March, 1485 [-6], at Guildford. [fo. 29.

95. Robert At Water of Shalford.

20 Jan., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,

Shalford. To the high altar of Shalford . To the high altar of the

chapel of Bromlegh 6d. To my 2 godsons 2 ewes viz., to each of them
one. To Philip my son one heifer. To Richard my son one heifer. Rest
of goods to Joan my wife and Robert at Water my kinsman and Thomas
Risebrugger Executors, for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 13 March, 1485 [-6], at Guildford. [fo. 29.

96. John Newe of Chabham.

2 March, 1485 [-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Laurence,
Chabham. To the fabric of the mother church 2d. To the lights of
St. Mary and of St. Laurence one sheep each. Residue to Thomas
Hoslak and Margaret my wife, Executors, for the health of my soul.
[Latin.]

Proved 13 March, 1485 [-6], at Guildford. [fo. 29.

97. Robert At Water of Shalford.

20 Aug., 1483. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,
Shalford. To the mother church of Winchester ^d. To the light of
St. Mary of Shaldeford qd. To Robert Elyot my godson ^d. To Alice
Cliston one heifer. Residue to Robert At Water my son and Robert
At Water my kinsman, Executors, for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 13 March, 1485 [-6], at Guildford. [fo. 29.

98. Richard Lander of Wonersh.

12 Nov., 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. John,
Wonersh. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. Item. To John
[Latin, incomplete, repeats No. 92.]

[Probate not given.] [fo. 29.



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99. William Johnson.

26 Jan., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary
Magdalene beside the Abbey of St. Mary Overey. To the high altar
for tithes forgot 6d. To the Fraternity of St. Katherine 4^. Residue
to my wife, Sole Executrix, to dispose for my soul. [Latin.]

Witn. William Holand, Vincent Capper and others.

Proved 3 Feb. [Record incomplete.'] [fo. 30.

100. John Greyf of Suthwark, ferrour.

24 Feb., 1485 [-.6] To be buried in the porch of the church of
St. George in Suthwerk. To the high altar for tithes forgot i2d. For
the repairs of the vestments and copes 2s. To Thomas Dixson my
spiritual son 5s. To the son of my brother 6s. 8d. Residue to Elena
my wife my Executrix, to dispose for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir William Hatshaw, chaplain, and Thomas Yersley, Richard
Dixon and others.

Proved 7 March, 1485 [-6]. [fo. 30.

101. Maurice Culleyn of St. Margaret, Suthwerk, waterman.

16 Feb., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret
of Suthwerk next the place where my sons lie buried. To the high altar
of that church for my tithes forgot I2d. To the Fraternity of the Blessed
Mary in the same church to pray for my soul i6d. To the Fraternity
of St. Anne in the same church I2d. To Hugh Whyte my servant if
he conducts himself well towards Joan my wife 6s. 8d. To Patrick
Hegyn my servant in like manner 6s. 8d. Residue to Joan my wife
Executrix with John Ramsey Overseer to whom for hislabour Heave 3s. qd.
[Latin']

Proved 28 Feb. i485[-6], at Southwark [fo. 30.

102. Henry Carpenter.

12 Dec, 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of Godalmyng.
To the light of St. Stephen of the same church 2d. To the mother church
of Winchester 2d. Residue to Alice my wife. The said Alice and Herry
my son my Executors. [Latin.]

Witn. Sir John Croxale, Thomas Carpenter and others.

[Probate : record incomplete.] [fo. 30.



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103. John Stephenson of Epsam.

21 Jan., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Martin,
Epsam. To the high altar for my tithes forgot ^d. For my mortuary
whatever is just. To the fabric of the said church 4 measures of barley.
To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To William my son one cow
and one young bullock aged 2 years, one ewe, 1 lamb of the past year,
1 gown and 4 measures of barley. To Anne my daughter 1 cow, r ewe,
1 lamb of the past year and 4 measures of barley. To Isabel my
daughter 1 calf. To John my son 1 calf. To Joan my wife my cottage
during her life, with remainder to John my son and his heirs or assigns.
Residue to Joan my wife, Executrix for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Witn. John Wowen, Thomas Perych and Richard Wodman.

Proved 9 March, 1485-6, at Leatherhead. [fo. 31.



104. John Chelsham of Lyy.

28 Feb., 1485 [-6]. To be buried in the chapel of St. Mary in the
churchyard of the said church. To the mother church 6d. To the
maintenance of the light of the high altar 8d. To each of my daughters
40s. Besides the said sum, to Alice my younger daughter a heifer with
calf. To the Carmelite Friars 4s. 2d. for celebrating 50 masses. To
so many friars for celebrating so many masses [no sum given]. Residue
to Alice my wife and Thomas Rownde, Executors, that they with the
overseeing of the Rector, Sir Christopher, there residing, may do the best
for the good of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 15 April, i486, in the porch of the church of Lambeth.

[fa. 31,

105. Robert Cheseman.

20 Feb., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of Lyy. To
the mother church of Winchester qd. To the light of St. Mary 6d. To
John my son an ox and cow and to Joan my daughter an ox and cow.
To John son of my wife a cow and calf of a year old. To Alice daughter
of my wife a cow with calf and an ox of 3 years. To the before named
church one torch (' tortam ') price 8s. Residue to William Cheseman
my father and to Joan my wife for the good of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 5 April, i486, in the porch of the church of Lambeth.

[fo. 3l<



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106. Hugh Edward of Kyngeston on Thames.

10 Mar., 1 485 [-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of All
Saints, Kyngston. To the high altar there for tithes forgot I2d.
To the mother church of Winchester 8d. To the light of the
Cross I2d. To the light of St. Mary 6d. To the light of St. James
4^. To the light of St. Katherine ^d. For the finding of a fit discreet
and honest chaplain to celebrate divine service for one entire year in
the church of All Saints, Kyngston, 10 marks, that he may pray for my
soul and the souls of all the faithful dead. To Thomas Edward my son
5 marks. To Joan my daughter 5 marks. The said Thomas and Joan
shall not have the said money until they shall have attained the age
of 21 years. And if either of them die before attaining that age then
the survivor shall have the said 10 marks. To my mother my russet
gown and 13s. <\d. and other things at the discretion of my executors.
To John Edwards, Clerk, 8d. and a gown of mustervilers-colour. To
John Edward of Berking a furred russet gown. To Thomas my son my
best girdle, harnessed. To Edmund Godfray, Thomas Glover and Walter
Avenell and Robert Cordell to each of them 4^. and an old gown for
bearing my body to the church. To the Abbess of Berking 40s. Residue
to Alice my wife. The said Alice and John Wellys Executors. [Latin.]

Proved 3 April, 1486, at Becheworth. [fo. 31.



107. Richard Cotes.

11 May, 1485. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Peter,
Woodmersthorn. My best beast in the name of my principal. Three sheep

to J >. One torch to the church, price 5s. One sheep to the light of

St. Mary in the same church. The house which is called Filse to Alice
Cotes heir and daughter of Richard Cotes for her life and after her death
to the heir of Richard Cots. Half an acre of land lying ' super ridum ' for
the provision of the lamp in the chancel of the said church of St. Peter
of Woodmersthorn for ever. [Latin.]

Proved 1485 [day and month not given]. [fo. 32.



108. Robert Ley of Abyngore.

11 Oct., 1485. To be buried in the church of St. James, Abyngore.
To the fabric of the church \d. To the high altar 2d. Residue to Joan
wife and John Ley father, Executors. [Latin.]

Proved 4 April, i486, at Dorking [fo. 32



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109. Alice Stuard, widow, of Sutton.

5 Mar., 1483 [-4]. To be buried in the churchyard of Sutton. To
the said church a coverlet To the reparation and upkeep of the said
church 20 sheep. To the high altar of the said church for my tithes
forgot I2d. For the maintenance of the light of St. Katherine in said
church one quarter of malt. To the mother church of Winchester
6d. An honest priest of good fame shall celebrate in the said church
for an entire year, for my soul and the souls of all my friends - 1 .
To the said church 4 torches. To each of my godsons one sheep. To Alice
Hychecok my niece 3 sheep and one red cow. To Walter my servant
4 sheep. To Richard Stuard one large brass pot. To Nicholas Broke
and to Emota his wife, my daughter, 20 sheep, a yoke of oxen and all
my utensils. To John Hall 2 sheep. To William Mayre 2 sheep. To
each of the sons of Thomas Wode one sheep. To each of the sons of
Richard Cooke one sheep. To William Playstow one sheep. To Henry
Taylor 2 sheep. To Joan Bolke one sheep. To John Pownde one
sheep. To Giles Crowcher one sheep. To John Stuard 2 sheep. To each
of the sons of John Gildon one sheep. To Richard Stuard 3 sheep.
To the repair of the highway in Sutton 6s. &d. To Matilda Dunnyng
2 sheep. To Thomas Hichecok 2 sheep. To Robert Hanwcell i2d.
To Roger Morys one sheep. To the wife of John Smalley 2 sheep.

1 will that Richard Cooke and John Buckeley, my feoffees, shall deliver
to Nicholas Broke and Emota his wife a sufficient estate according to
law in the whole tenement called Pepers with its appurtenances in
Sutton to hold to Nicholas and Emota his wife during the life of said
Emota with remainder to Richard Stuard son of John Stuard and the
legitimate heirs of his body with remainders in default to John son of
said Richard Stuard. To John Stuard son of Thomas Stuard, and to
the right heirs of me the said Alice for ever. Robert Gildon to have a
certain tenement in Sutton called Stowtes with its appurtenances to
him and the legitimate heirs of his body and in default to my right heirs.
Richard Cooke and his fellows my feoffees shall give Nicholas and Emota
his wife a lease in a croft of land called Northrusshmede in Sutton to
hold said croft of land with its appurtenances to said Nicholas and Emota
his wife for her in survivorship to find yearly three wax candles each

2 lbs. in weight to stand before the images of St. Mary the Virgin the
crucifix and St. Nicholas in the church of Sutton. The said Nicholas
and Emota shall have all those lands called Gaddes in Sutton until
one Richard Stuard shall come to the age of 21 years at an annual rent
to the use of said Richard according to the discretion of my feoffees.
Richard Cooke and Nicholas Broke, Executors, for the welfare of my soul.

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Witn. Sir Rayner Owdale, chaplain of the said Church, John Burton.
John Compton, Thomas Atwode and many others.

Nicholas and Emota his wife shall find annually at a suitable time
each of them whilst they live one candle weighing 12 li. of wax to burn
before the sepulchre in the church of Sutton. [Latin.]

Proved 20 April, i486, at Lambeth. - [fo. 32.

110. John Tannar.

4 Feb., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,
Horley. To the mother [church] of Winchester 4^. To the high altar of
Horley 2d. Margaret my wife and John Leccheforde Executors. Residue
to Margaret my wife for my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 25 April, i486, at Reigate. [fo. 33.

111. John Dunshirst.

i486. ' Octogesimo die mensis Marcii.' To be buried in

the churchyard of St. Andrew the Apostle, Coveham. To the high altar
in the said church qd. To the light of the Cross I2d. To the light of
St. Mary 8d. To the light of All Souls I2d. To my son William one

cow. To my son 40s. To my daughter Agnes 20s. To my

daughter Lettice 20s. Walter Hankyns to have the money of my sons
until they attain legitimate age and if the said William, Margaret or Lettice
shall die the said sum shall remain to the survivor. Margaret my wife
and Walter Hankyns, Executors, for the welfare of my soul. Residue
to Margaret my wife. [Latin.]

Proved 26 April, i486. [fo. 33.

112. John Inwode.

4 April, 148 . 'In Dei nomine Amen the iiii day of the month
of Aprile last passed that I John Inwode was hole in mynde and seke in
my body bequethed my soule to allmyghty god & my body to be buryed
in the chirchyerd of our blissed lady in ffransham. Moreover I bequeth
to my moder chirch Seynt Swithunys iid. To the high awter iid. To
the rode light a shepe. To the candilstike afor the rode a shepe. And
my principall executrix I make Margery my wif. And Ric' my eldest
son I do make myn executour. And William Stert supervisor : thei to
see on parte of my goods be disposed for the most welfare of my soule ;
The second parte to remayn to my childern ; the iii d parte to my wif.
And moreover they to se my dettes paide and in every poynt my will to
be fulfilled as thei have promysed.'

Proved 24 April, i486, at Guildford. [fo. 33.



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113. Richard Mordon.

18 April, i486. To be buried in the churchyard of All Saints,
Kyngston. To the high altar I2d. To the mother church of Winchester
/\d. To the light of St. Mary 8d. Residue to Joan my wife and William
my son, Executors. William Holgrave, Overseer. [Latin.]

Witn. Thomas Lee, Thomas Dingele, and John Fulkes.

Proved 26 April, i486, at Reigate. [fo. 33.

114. John Reham.

2 April, i486. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Michael,
Pyrbryght. To the fabric of the mother church 4^. To the church of
Pyrbreght one cow. Residue to Alice my wife and to John my elder
son, Executors. John Stokton, Overseer. [Latin.]

Proved 24 April, i486, at Guildford. [fo. 34.

115. John Cobbe.

20 May, i486. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Giles, Ashstede.
To the high altar of Ashsted 6d. To the fabric of that church 4 measures
of barley and iiii measures of barley malt [brasii ordei] . For the repair
of a certain street called Milton strete i2d. Residue to Joan my wife
and to John my son for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 26 July, i486. [fo. 34.

116. Thomas Herte of Home.

10 April, i486. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary,
Home. To the said church 6s. 8d. To the high altar there I2d. To
the mother church of Winchester 8d. To the church of Burstowe one
good cow. To the church of Horley 3s. ^d. To the church of Home
2 ' torchese ' price of each of them 8s. To the church of Burstowe one
torch of the same price. To the White Friars of London 5s. to celebrate
60 masses for the souls of Thomas atte Crouche, and Katherine his wife,
of me, Thomas Herte, and of all my friends. To each of my godsons and
goddaughters, both the baptised and the confirmed, ^d. Residue to
Julia my wife and to John Bysshe, Executors, for the welfare of my soul.
[Latin.]

Witn. Sir John Nuc', chaplain of Horn, Thomas Chart, Richard
Stapilherst and others.

Proved 26 April, i486, at Reigate. [fo. 34.



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117. Henry Hunt.

11 April, i486. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Michael,

Betcheworth. For my mortuary my best animal. To the great altar
4<J. To the mother church of Winchester 2d. To the light of St. Mary
of Becheworth 2 lbs. of wax. To Isabel my servant one sheep with a lamb.
Residue to Agnes my wife. The said Agnes and John Lucas Executors,
for the welfare of my soul. [Latin.]

Proved 26 April, i486, at Reigate. [fo. 34.

118. Ranolde Burner of Lederhede.

6 Oct., 1485. ' In Dei nomine Amen. The vi day of October in
the yer of our lorde gode Mcccclxxxv I Ranolde Burner of Lederhede In
my hole mynde have made my Wyll in this Wyse. Fyrste I bequeth
my soule to all myghty gode, to our lady Seynt Mary and to all the Seyntes
in hevyn, my body to be berede in the churche yerde of Lederhede.
Item. To the hye Awter of Lederhede for all forgetyn synnys & tythys
iiii yoyn schyp. Item. To the rode lyght a busshell of berly. To our lady
lyghte a busshell of berly. To our moder churche a busshell berly. To Sir
John Cotthow preste of Lederhede v hold grottes and a quarter of berly
to pray for me. Item. To evere on of my chylder xxs. Residew of all
my gods I gyfe to Ales my wyff and John my son, whom I orden myne
executors, and they to dispose for my soule & all crystyn as they wyll
answer afor allmyghty gode : the overseer of thys wyll I orden John
Reppendell of Wynddissor to see that thys wyll be fulfyllyde And he to
have for his labor half a quarter of whete or iiis. iiiirf.'

Proved 26 April, i486. [fo. 35.

119. Thomas Johnson of Meytchame.

3 Mar., i485[-6]. To be buried in the churchyard of SS. Peter and
Paul, Meytchame, with the due mortuary. To the high altar for my tithes
forgot 4d. To the light of the crucifix ^d. To the mother church of

Wynchester 2d. Residue to my wife for the welfare of my soul.

[Latin.]

Witn. John Webbe, Richard Hedge, Henry Hedge de Meytcham and
many others.

Proved 1 July, i486. [fo. 35

120. Harry Loye of Wandelisworth.

7 April, i486. ' In Dei nomine Amen. The viith day of April
the yere of our Lorde Mcccclxxxvi, I Harry Loye of Wandelisworth in

D



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perfyte mynde make my testament and last wyll in forme folowyng.
Fyrst I gyve and bequeth my soule to Almyghty God my Saviour, to our
blessed lady Seynt Mary & to all the Seyntes in heven, and my body to
[be] berede in the churche yerde of Alhalwen in Wandilisworth. Item. I
bequeth to the higgh awter of the seyd church iis. viiid. Item. I bequeth
to iche of wyfys ii doughters a cow. And yf my wyff be w* chylde
I wyll that the same chylde shall have iiii mark of lawful money and iiii
kene or else the valour of iiii kene. Item, yf the seyd chylde dy w*in age
and my sayd wyff levyng than she to have the seyd bequestes and yf
they both dye or the seyd chylde be come to lawfull age than I wyll that
the seyd goodes be disposed to a preste to pray for ther soules & myn.
Item. I will that Annes Tyler have xvis. Item. I bequeth to Alhalowen
Churche of Wandelisworth xxxiiis. iiiirf. Item. To the mendying of the
higgh way in Wandelisworth xxvis. viiid. Item. I bequeth to my wyffs
moder a cow and a nothyr to myn own moder an other cow. Itm. I
wyll that liiis. iiiii. of money Rest in the handis of John Poleyn the elder
tyll the chylde come to age. The Residew of all my goodis, all chargis
born, I bequeth and gyve Johan my wyff. Itm. I wyll that John Roos,
William Per & Thomas Templer relece unto John Poleyn the elder all the
landis the whych I infeoffede theyme in. Itm. I make the seyd Johan
my wyff myn executrice, And John Poleyn the elder of Wandelisworth
the overseer therof that thys my last will and bequestes be fulfyllede as
they wyll answer be for gode.'


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