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Will of Thomas Alchin

of Leyborne, Kent


Source: Consistory Court of Rochester 1702
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In the Name of God Amen I Thomas Alchin of Layborne in the County of Kent Miller being somewhat indisposed and weake in Body but of good sound and perfect Minde Memory and Understanding praised be Almighty God - therefore Doe this present Seaventeenth - Day of January in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand Seaven hundred and One make and ordaine this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following (that is to say) First and principally I recomend my Soule into the hands of Almighty Cod my Creatour who gave it hopeing through the meritorious Death and passion of Jesus Christ my blessed Redeemer to obtaine full pardon and remission of all my Sins, and my Body I Comitt to the Earth to be decently buryed according to the discretion of my Executor hereinafter named And as for my worldly goods and Estate it hath pleased Almighty God to blesse me withall I give and dispose thereof as followeth (that is to say)

Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my Sonn Thomas Alchin the Sume of Forty pounds to be paid unto him by my Executor hereinafter named within one Yeare next after my decease

Item I give and bequeath unto my Grandsonn Thomas Alchin Sonn of my Said Sonn Thomas Alchin the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him within one Yeare next after my Decease by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my greate grandchild Thomas Alchin Sonn of my Said Grandsonn Thomas Alchin the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him att his Age of One and twenty Yeares by my Executor if he shall live to attaine that Age but if he dye before he attaine his Said Age of One and twenty Yeares then I give and bequeath the Same Sume of five pounds unto my greate grandaughter Mary - the daughter of my sd. grandSonn Thomas Alchin to be paid att her Age of one and Twenty Yeares

Item I give and bequeath unto my GrandSonn Henry Alchin Sonn of my said Sonn Thomas Alchin the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him within one Yeare next after my decease by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my grandaughter Elizabeth the wife of William Tong the Sum of five pounds to be paid unto her within one Yeare next after my decease by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my Sonn Henry Alchin the Sume of Forty pounds to be paid unto him within one Yeare next after my decease by my Executor hereinafter named

Item I give and bequeath unto my GrandSonn Thomas Alchin Sonn of my Said Sonn Henry Alchin the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him att his Age of one and Twenty Yeares by my Executor if he shall live to attaine that Age but if he shall happen to dye before he shall attaine his Said Age of one and twenty Yeares then I give and bequeath the Same Sume of five pounds unto my Grandchild John Alchin Sonn of my Said Sonn Henry Alchin To be paid unto him att his Age of one and Twenty Yeares by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my Grandsonn Anthony Alchin Sonn of my Sonn Anthony Alchin decd. the Sume of Tenn pounds to be paid unto him att his Age of One and twenty Yeares by my Executor if he shall live to attaine that Age But if he shall happen to dye before he shall attaine his Said Age of One and twenty Yeares then I give and bequeath the Said Sume of Tenn pounds unto my Executor hereinafter named

Item I give and bequeath unto my grandsonn Thomas Alchin Sonn of my Said Sonn Anthony Alchin decd. the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him within one yeare next after my decease by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter in Law Alchin widow late wife of my Said Sonn Anthony Alchin deceased the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto her within one Years next after my decease by my Executor

Item I give and bequeath unto my grandsonn Thomas Alchin Sonn of my Sonn Richard Alchin the Sume of five pounds to be paid unto him by my Executor att his Age of one and twenty Yeares

All the rest and residue of my goods Chattells ready Money Debts Securityes household stuffe stock and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever my debts Legacyes and funerall Expences being thereout first paid and discharged I give and bequeath unto my Said Sonn Richard Alchin whome I make and ordairne full and sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament and doe hereby revoke all former Wills by me made And doe declare this present Writeing Conteined in three Sheetes of papyr to be my last Will and Testament In witnesse whereof I have to the two first sheetes hereof sett my hand and to this last my hand and seale the day and yeare in the first sheet first mentioned
The Mark of Thomas Alchin T - signed sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Alchin the testator to be his last will and testament in the presence of us whose names are hereunto subscribed who alsoe subscribed our names in the presence of the said testator John Hooker, John Bamford, Rob't Taylor

Probate in latin 18 July 1702 to Richard Alchin, son and executor
Inventory taken 17 July 1702 by John Tomini? and James Walter, total £215 8s.

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Rochester Consistory Court DRb/Pi 16/1
An Inventory of all and Singular the Goods ch’ells and creditts of Thomas Alchin late of the parish of Layborne in the County of Kent Miller deceased Seene vallued and appraised the seaventeenth day of July Anno D’ni 1702 by John Tomlin and James Walter as followeth viz’t

Inp’is in the Hall two tables one old cubbord a settle a Clock a spitt a Jack two dripping pans one iron pott pott hangers one gloome? back and other implements belonging to the roome ..... iij L
Item in the Brewhouse one furnace one Brewing tubb one bucking tubb one keeler one wash keeler two drink? vessells and other tubbs and keelers ..... iJ L x S
Item in the Back House two brasse kettles three pailes one kneading trough one iron oven lidd one iron peele and other small things ..... 17 S 6d ?
Item for pewter and brass ...... ij L x S
Item in the Milke House and Setter one milke lead seaven milke trayes three drink vessells two stalders and other small things ..... i L vi s vi d
Item in the Chamber over the Hall two bedds and two bedsteads curtaines and vallance and Dovering two Chests and a Cubbord ..... v L x S
Item in the Chamber over the Back House one bedd and bedstead three blanketts one rugg curtaines and vallence two chests one paire of andirons one chaire and stoole ..... iv L x S
Item for Linnen of all sorts ..... iij L x S
Item in the Chamber over the Mill two old bedsteads and one powdering tubb ..... x S
Item one Bounting Mill one powdering tubb one scry ..... iij L
Item in the Mill House three Mills and the Beame and weights and scales and other implements ...... xv L
Item in the Oast Chamber and Oast aboute six Bushells of wheate one Oast haire and other small things ..... i L v s
Item in the Barne Hay and Corne upon the ground and wood ..... ij L
Item in the hopp ground for the stock of hopp pooles and worckmanshipp ..... 14 L
Item one old horse and three cowes ..... x L
Item his weareing apparrell and ready money ..... iij L
Item Debts sperate and desperate ..... Cxlij L
Item things unseene & forgotten ..... i L

Sum’a Totalis ....... CCxv L viij S 00 D [£215/8/0]

[Latin] 8 July 1702 Richard Alchin son & executor


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