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Will of Thomas Brenchley

of Headcorn, Kent


Source: Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Vol. 57 folio 389 1614
Transcribed by the late Peter Brenchley
Contact Betty Brenchley Lawson (no attachments)
In the name of God amen in or about the first day of the month of November in the year of our Lord god 1614 THOMAS BRENCHLEY of Hedcorne in the county of Kent clothier being sicke in body but of good remembrance made and declared his will nuncupative in forme sufficiently that is to say he gave and bequeathed unto MARGARET and MARY his daughters 15 apiece of good and lawfull money of England and all the residue of his goods unbequeathed his debts and legacies being paid he gave and bequeathed unto ELIZABETH his wife and named her to be the executrix the same (sic)

His will witnessed severally George Fenness and John Reader
Signum Georgii Fenness signum Johannis Reader.

Probatum.............nuncupatia.........Thomas Brenchley nup de Hedcorne defunct decimo dio month Januarii 1614(1615) coram............Georgio Newman logum.............vivi.........Cantoff li.........................etc.


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