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Will of William Hambrook

of Lympne, Kent


Source: Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury PRC17/Vo67/fo154, 1628
Transcribed by Mike Cozens
Being in perfect memory I distribute these my goods as followeth Item I give to my wife all my homestead and lands which I have in Hougham on her nuelty? which she will, and after her decease to my son George

I give to my son George all my lands in Newchurch during his life and if he die without heirs male, then I give all my lands to my two sons Luke and William
I give my lands in Mersham to my two sons Luke and William when they come to one and twenty years of age:
I give to my two sons Luke and William either of them ten pounds a piece:

More I give to my daughter forty pounds at one and twenty years or at her day of marriage which comes first to be paid
More I give to my wife and my son George, all my moveable goods, paying all debts and legacies; and more, and if my moveable goods will not discharge the debts, then to pay the rest out of the rent of my lands; more I will that my wife and my son George shall see my children virtuous brought up: William Hambrocke his mark;
Nicholas Marsh, William Cuppen?

Probate: 2nd December 1628 - Elizabeth Hambrocke widow and George Hambrocke Son Executors

Notes:
William grandson of Sylvester by George buried at Lympne 7th November 1628
Burial of Elizabeth nee Philpott not found - no records Lympne during Civil War


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