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 Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 45  1933  page 19

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

   26 June 1550. Buried in the churchyard. Francis my eldest son the lease of the house I dwell in. Margaret my wife a chamber, the loft with the shop under it for one year, and all such things as were hers. Tomesine and all Margery my daughters each 40/- at their marriage. Ex’ors :—Sons Francis and William to have residue. "To that woman that plucketh off my shirt to have the same shirt and 6d," and to two other poor women 1d each that shall turn me into my sheet. 
[Probate 25 Sept. 1551.]              (A. Vol. 29, fol. 177.)

   10 March 1499 (sic). Buried in the churchyard. To the vicar 12d. Residue after paying debts to Richard Gebill and John Catlott my Ex’ors, to dispose for my soul. Witnesses :— John Walshe, Hugh Howlet. 
[Probate 15 May 1499.]                  (A. Vol. 7, fol. 94.)

20 March 1513-4. Buried in the churchyard. High altar for tithes 3-4d. To the stock of the Brotherhood of St James 6-8d or a seame of malt. Reparation of the church 6-8d, 

and to the gilding of the Tabernacle of Our Lady 3-4d. Wife1 [no name] have for life the house in which I dwell, then equally to my three sons [no names], each heir to other, but if all die without lawful issue then to my three daughters [no names], if they die without lawful issue then to be sold, and £3-6-8d to a priest to sing for our souls, another £3-6-8d to the stock of the Brotherhood of St James, the residue to the reparation of the church. To each daughter three platters, dishes, sawcers, and a candlestick, and my wife keep them until daughters are married, and if my wife marry then my brother Robert Douneham keep them. Residue to wife to pay debts and be Ex’or, with Robert Douneham and Roger Yenes overseers, each have 6-8d. Witnesses :—Thomas Austen, vicar, William Pikell clerk, Roger Yenes. Probate
[19 May 1514.]                             (A. Vol. 12, fol. 308.)

   10 April 1510. Probate to his Will. Ex’or—Anna his widow. [No more information.] (A. Act. Vol. 3, fol. 169.)
   1 His wife was Joan, who afterwards married William Awcey, who died 1536, and Joan Awcey died 1543. See their Wills.

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