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 Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 45  1933  page 15

Milton Wills (next Sittingbourne) Part II Coc to Joh. By Arthur Hussey

   5 April 1528. Buried in the churchyard. Son Robert my greatest brass pot, two candlesticks, etc, if he die to my wife. All residue after debts paid to wife Margaret my Ex’or, with Dom Thomas Austen vicar and William Awse, overseers. Witnesses :—Dom Thomas Austen, vicar, William Awse, William Loud parish-clerk. 
[Probate 28 May 1528.]              (A. Vol. 17, fol. 359.)

   28 May 1555. Administration to his goods granted to Margaret his widow. Bonds :—William Okingwold and Simon Cloke, both of Great Chart, yeomen, in £40.
                                              (A. Act. Vol. 12, fol. 14.)

JOHN DYNE, Weaver.
   14 November 1545. Buried in the churchyard. Wife Alice pay to Christopher Gaye of Sidingbourne and John Thorneton of Milton, at the next Feast of St Michael £12 to the use of my son Augustine Dyne when 22, but if dead to my three daughters Joan, Thomasine, Denys, at their marriage, if all died the money to wife Alice if living, or if

dead to the next of my blood. Ex’or :— Wife Alice and have residue. Witnesses :—Christopher Gaye, John Thorneton, Richard Buncker, William Roose. 
[Probate 12 April 1546.]               (A. Vol. 24, fol. 31.)

   8 Decem. 1474. Buried in the churchyard. Residue to wife Joan my Ex’or. Wife have my messuage and five virgates of land at North street for 20 years, then or at her death to son John for ever, but if John die within the 20 years then at the death of Joan be sold, the money disposed in works of charity.
[Probate 13 April 1475.]               (A. Vol. 2, fol. 380.)

   10 Feb 1477-8. Buried in the churchyard. Residue to wife Joan my Ex’or. Wife have my messuage at Northstreet, and to her heirs assigns for ever. Probate 10 May 1478.]
                                                    (A. Vol. 3, fol. 163.)
1 A Thomas Echet, husbandman, joined John Cade in 1450, and had pardon.—Arch. Cant., VII, p. 268.

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