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Will of Richard Burwassh

of Egerton, Kent


Source: CONSISTORY COURT OF CANTERBURY VOL 3, FOLIO 309, 1491
Transcribed by Fred Vickerson
This is the last will of me Richard Borwassh of Egerton made the 19th day of december in the yere of oure lord god 1491 First I will that John Wanden my fefoes delyver a pece of land called Simon Rede unto John Burwassh my sonne with the condition that the foresaid John Burwassh paye to myn Exectrixe 5 marke to my fourthing beryng and the other 5 marke to the maryage of my 2 daughters of good and lawfuall mony of England whan they be marryed be evyn portions and sobe that the one dye a fore she be maryed the other shallbe her heyre to have the hole 5 marke

And also I will that John Wanden William at futhe and John peres the younger my feofees shall delyver 2 peces of land called ajodlell ajiltred and nethis moltred unto John Burwassh my sonne with the condition that the foresaid John paye to Agnes my wyff every yere 10 S during her lyffe Quartly to be payed be even portions

Also I will that John pemyll at hill John Burwassh and Richard Wanden my feofees shall delyver unto William Bererwassh my sonne 2 peces of land called Stone peufield and westfield with the condition that the foresaid William make a sufficient suerte to pay to Agnes my wyfe 10 S as as a fore write Also I will that Agnes my wyfe shall have 12 S comying of 3 pece of land called Clongredes 2 Robymnes craftis in hoys hanidys that they be quartely to be payed

Item I will that Agnes my wyff shall have my principall mesuage with 3 peces of land thereto all the time of her lyfe And after her desease I will that my feofers a fore wretyn shall delyver to Harry my sonne the foresaid messuage with the landes a foresaid in fee symple
Item and if be happen that Harry my sonne dye a fore Agnes my wyfe and have none heyres of his body lawfully begoten then I will that my foresaid feofees shall sell the foresaid mesuage with the 3 peces of land to the best price that their canne or manage and the money therof be received I will that John William and Nicholas my sonnes shall have 10 marke And the residnys of the mony I will that they be to the church of Egerton where yt moste nede is to fowle weyis by the discrecon of the feofere to power people geven the daye and yere above wretyn

Probate 21st february 1491


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