my tenements and lands at Chalkwell and to his lawful
issue, viz— the garden bought from Noke next the mill—pond of two
acres, and two acres in Saweris field next to the town mede. Witnesses:
William Pikill, John Hoggin.
[Probate 21 Oct.
1513.] (A. Vol. 12,
No date. Buried in the churchyard next my husband. To the
reparation of the church 3-4d where the vicar thinks best. Residue
after paying debts to my sons William and Harry Wreke my Ex’ors.
Witnesses :—Thomas Austen vicar, Edward True.
[Probate 27 Feb.
Vol. 17, fol. 195.)
JOHN HOGIN, senior.
25 April 1533. Buried in Milton church against the door
beside the pillar, and there a taper of lb of wax be continued during the
life of my son John. An Obit for ten years of 6-8d yearly. To amend the
high street betwixt my house and the watering-place of the pond 6-8d. Wife
Isabel have household stuff that she brought to me at our marriage; also
two seames of malt, a bacon hogg, and a sheteling [young hogg of a year],
five hens and a cock,
and her dwelling in my house. Daughters Agnes and Mawde a cow each. Residue to
son John my Ex’or, and have all my tenements and lands. Witnesses :—Thomas
Austen vicar, John (Catlott senior, John Birdon.
[Probate 16 Oct.
(A. Vol. 20, fol. 65.)
31 January 1532-3. Buried in the churchyard beside my wife
Joan. Wife Margaret all my poultry, ducks, hoggs, 53-4d, two
flitches of bacon, and all her own household stuff. Son Bartholomew and
Margaret my daughter have all moveables, and all my lands at Merwood for
ever; my daughter to be under the governance of John Fowler and his wife
with the use of her part until 18, then or at her marriage to Margaret. Ex’or
:—Son Bartholomew and have all my lands with my house. Witnesses :—William
Brice, Thomas Warier.
[Probate 7 May
(A. Vol. 30, fol. 36.)
12 January 1474-5. Buried in the churchyard of Holy Trinity
Milton. Agnes my daughter 12 ewes, 8 quarters of barley, etc.