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 Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 45  1933  page 17

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

   18 Oct 1518. Buried in the churchyard. My brother William Flawne of Newington] my best gown and 6-8d. Margaret Bowdon my sister two seames of malt, and John Bowdon my brother the best cow. Margaret Cheseman sister of my wife, the best gown of my wife. Residue disposed by my brother William Flawne my Ex’or. Witnesses—Thomas Austen, vicar, William Flawne, John Higgin, John Catlott. 
[Probate 27 Oct. 1518.]                (A. Vol. 13, fol. 326.)

   23 Sept 1554. Administration to his goods granted to Elisabeth his widow. Bonds :—John Stone, tailor, of Milton, and John Bocchar of Sidingborne, tallow-chandler, in £20.
                                              (A. Act. Vol. 11, fol. 117.)

   9 May 1555. Administration to his goods granted to Alice his widow.                      (A. Act. Vol. 12, fol. 13.)

   3 April 1520. Buried in the churchyard. To the Brotherhood of St James 6-8d to the stock of the Brotherhood. To the gilding of the Rood-loft 3-4d. Ex’or—My daughter Joan, with Thomas Austen, vicar, overseer. Thomas Letcott1 her (sic) husband my colt. Joan my daughter have my house in fee simple and pay my debts. Residue to wife Cecile. Witnesses Thomas Austen vicar, Alexander Simpson, John Carpenter,. John Hartt.
 [Probate 24 May 1520.]              (A. Vol. 15, fol. 78.)

   28 December 1554. Buried in the churchyard beside my husband. To poor people at my burial 6-8d. Agnes Gurnarde daughter of my daughter £3-6-8d, and Gurnarde shall not have the keeping of the same. Residue to Agnes and Alice Pegram my two daughters. Ex’or :—Agnes Pegram with my brother John Colman overseer.
Witnesses :—Thomas Bull, Raynolde Crowche, John Stonden, William Coting. 
[Probate 21 Feb. 1554-5.]             (A: Vol. 30, fol. 61.)
    1 Thomas Letcote, of Halstow, yeoman, died 1540, married Joan Fostar, by whom a son, John.—A. Vol. 22, fol. 29.

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