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suche other childe whiche hereafter I shall have, all my inannor, landes which I have purchased, and also my ferme and terme of yeares of and in Kyrkystall in the Countie of Yorke. Pr. 30 Nov., 1552 (Powell, 32).

17 May, 1553. THOMAS LOWNDE, citizein and grocer, London. To be buried in the churche yarde of Saint Mary Magdalene in Milkestrete. Goodes in three partes, one to Katheryn my wief, one to Margaret my doughter, one unto myself. I bequeath towardes the reparacons of the highe wayes in the lane called Kexbye lane nighe the Citie of Yorke tenne poundes, and other tenne poundes towardes the wayes upon cawsey betwene Kexbye and Wilton.

To my poore kynsfolkes at Poklington tenne poundes. Brother Jerrard Lownde, Johane his doughter, uncle John Smythe. Pr. 3 Aug., 1556 (Ketchyn, 11).

23 June, 1551. AUGUSTINE HYNDE,* citizen and alderman, of London. He gives to Augustyne Hynde his second son all his lands in Laxton and Upton, Co. Notts., and in Hartehill in the County of York. Pr. 9 Mar., 1563–4 (More, 6).

8 Sept., 1554. LEONARD HUCHESON, clerk, of Crowton als. Crolton, Northants, clerk. Poor of Bladon, Kensyngton, Northawlerton, S. Egidius in Durham. Margaret Hucheson als. Taylor in Durham. Robert Wilkynson in Durham. Pr. 25 Oct., 1554 More, 9).

27 Feb., 1554-5. ANTHONY CALVERLEY, of St Magnus, London, marchauntailor. To Isabell Harper, of Calverley, my mother, twenty pounds. The residue of goods to be devided in two parts, one to Alice my wellbeloved wife, and the other amongst my three children. She to be executrix. Pr. 14 Mar., 1554–5 (More, 21).

28 May, 1555. CHRISTOFER VAVESSER, of litle Seynt Bartholmew, London, Marchaunt Taylor. To be buried in the church of St Bartholomew, wherein I dwell. Wheras I of late being a bachelor and maried the widowe of Thomas Slater, a very kynde and lovinge woman unto me, having a childe named Anne Slater, I give her v li. The third part of my lands in Yorkshire to my wife during life, and the residue. Pr. 21 June 1555 (More, 28).

18 Nov., 1555. CHRISTOFER RICHARDSON, Citizen and dyer, of London. Elizabethe Richardson my brother's doughter. John Richardson, dwellinge at Dorram, Alice his doughter, George Richardson, of Hagarstone, cosyn John Smythe,

Augustine Hinde, cloth worker and alderman, died 10 August, 1554; buriedl at St. Peter's, Eastcheap. M.I., Stowe, i, 625.

William Richardson, of Horton in Northomberland. that Willyam Richardson, clarke, and Mr Gregory Richardson, and John Richardson, of Twedmothe, and Andrewe Mope, of Barwyeke, have every of them a golde ringe. Brother Langam. Cicilie Richardson my wif all my landes, executrix. Pr. 12 May, 1556 (Ketchyn, 6).

13 Feb., 1555–6. ALICE Jackson, of St Clement, Eastcheape, London, widow, late wife of Benet Jackson, citizen and butcher. To Nicholas Inchebolde, of Gersborne in Yorksbire, iij li. To churches of our ladie, Golbroghte, Saincte Andrewes in Albroughte, and St James of Burghebrigge, three banners of silk. Pr. 4 Mar., 1555-6 (More, 41).

11 May, 1556. Sir RICHARD Dobbys, knight, citizen and Alderman of London. To be buried in the parishe churche of Saynt Margaret Moyses in Frydaie Strete. Goodes in three partes, one to Dame Alice my wief, one to my doughters Margaret Stokmeade and Elizabeth Eglysfelde equally, the thirde to myself. To my brother Andrew Dobbis, dwelling in Cliff in the parishe of Hemyngbrough in the countie of Yorke, whear I was borne, ten poundes. John my brothers sonne. Pr. 15 June, 1556 (Ketcbyn, 8).

27 June, 1556. ROBERT HARRYSON, citizen and grocer, London. To be buried in the churche yarde of Alhalowe in Hony Lane. Margaret my wief, Mighell, John and Elizabeth my children. To Willyam Webster of Nottyngham iij s. iiij d. To Alice my fathers sister at Barton in the Beanes iij s. iiij d. Pr. 25 Sept., 1556 (Ketchyn, 14).

2 Aug., 1556. THOMAS ANTAN, of Stratfild Sey co. Southampton, clerke. Wife Katherine, sons Thomas, George and James, daughters Alice, Mary, Isabell, Elizabeth, Anne, Dorothee, brothers John, James, Henrye Chamberleyn. Mentions lands in Castilford co.York. Pr. 29 Nov., 1558 (Welles, 1).

10 Aug., 1556. John Bell, preiste, of Clerkenwell. To the poore of Tadcaster fyve poundes. (Many bequests to Oxford.) Pr. 24 Oct., 1556 (Ketchyn, 18).

14 Aug., 1556 (3 Philip and Mary). THOMAS DERELOVE, of London, Citizen and vintner. Mentions Robert Derlove, the brother of Richard Derlove, of Harrygate near unto the forest of Knaresbroughe. Wife Anne. Pr. 6 Sept., 1558 (Noodes, 41).

18 July, 1557. AMBROS WOOLLEY, of Water Lambeth in the Countie of Surry, esquire. Awdrey my wiffe, fifty poundes owte of my mannor of Huddelston and Sherborn during her liff, to be payed by my sonne in lawe Richarde Terrell,

To my

esquire, myn executor. Daughter Jeritrude Vaughan, nevew Robert Woolley, cosen Gylbart sonne of my cosen Henry Wolley. Manor of Wylstrope to Grace Terrell my daughter, and for defaut of heire to Thomas Terrell sonue of my daughter Izabell Worthington. Residue to Richarde Terreli, sole executor. Pr. 31 Mar., 1559 (Welles, 50).

1 Sept., 1557. JOHN HALYLE. To be buried in the church of St Martyn's, Outewiche, in the chappell of our lady there so nye my late wif Elizabeth there buryed. brother William Halile, thelder, one howse in Fishestrete, if William die before Elinor his wife then I give her the house for life, and after both deceasses to William Halile, yonger son of said William. To my brother Robert Halile and to his heires my manor of Gilmanby within the Archdeaconry of Richemonde, of the yerely value of xij li. To my brother Edward Halile a house in East Cheap. To my brother Richard a house in the Pultry. To my sister Isabell, now or late wife of Rauf Wilson, a goblet. To my sister More a bole. To my sister Alice, wife of William Turpyn, six spoons. To Julyan Beane my late wife's daughter a house in Bread Street and six goblets. To Thomas Wilkynson, of London, cordwainer, and to Isabell his wife my neice, daughter to my brother Edward, a house in Garlick Lith. To Richard Halyle my servant, my brother Edwarde son, a howse. To William Newby, of Kirk Fenton, and to my neice

his wife, daughter of my brother Robert Halile. To William, Anthony, John, Robert, sons of my brother Robert Halile, a silver crewse. To Jane my brother Robert's daughter three goblets. To my neice my brother Halile daughter, wiffe of ..... Laycock, a

To niy neice my brother Edwards daughter, two houses at S. Garlick hithe. To my neice Anne daughter of my brother Edward, black for mourning. To my cousin Thomas Stedeman, of Sherebone in Elmet, vj li. xiij s. iiijd. Residue to John son of my brother Robert, and Richard son of brother Edward, with John and Richard executors. Dated at Newcastell in the presence of Sir Robert Brandling, kn, Cuthbert Ellyson, merchant, Humphry Carr, yoman, Thos Sawbery, yeoman, William Cotier, yeoman. Pr. 18 Sept., 1557 (Wrastley, 35).

6 Sept., 1557. CHRISTOPHER DODGESON, of Drayton, Middx. (son and heir of John Dodgeson, late Alderman of the City of York), now servant to the Right Honble Lord Wm Pagett, Lord Privy Seal. To be buried in the parish church of Harmesworthe, but if I die in London in the church of Great St Bartholomew in West Smithfield. Pr. 13 Aug., 1558 (Noodes, 37).

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14 Jan., 1557-8. SILVESTER TODDE, of Tynwell in co. Rutland bequeaths to Silvester Sylliharde my godsonne, my farme of Ryton in Yorkshire. Pr. 13 May, 1558 (Noodes, 21).

22 Feb., 1557-8. William WALKER, of Davyes Inne in the parishe of Saincte Andrewe in Holborn. To be buryed in Saincte Andrewes churche. I bequeathe all my landes lying nye the towne of Richemound in Yorkeshir to the wardeyne of thospitall of Saincte John baptist lately founded at Kirkeby Ravenswathe by Doctor Dakyn by whatsoever name they be incorporate, so that the said hospitall doo paye to Annie Porter and to her heires forever yerelie tenne poundes. To Margery James the wif of ... James fortie shillinges after the deceace of Sir William Walker and Sr Richard Walker. To the poore in Richemounde fyve poundes. Doctor Dakyn and S" William Walker, executors. Pr. 28 Feb.,1557–8 (Noodes, 10).

23 Mar., 1557–8. CUTHBERT THOMSON, citizen and brewer, of St Lawrence, Poultney, London. To be buried in the church there. To poor of Thorneton Stewarde and for mending of the highways lijs. iij d. Mentions his sister ... Thomson, now or late of Middleham. Mary wife, Robert son, brothers Richard Thomson, Frances Kighley. Pr. 17 May, 1558 Noodes, 24).

26 July, 1558. John MACHELL, St Peter, Westcheape, citizen and alderman of London. Gives manor of Burneshed in countie of Westmorland to Johane wife for life, after to John son and heir, in default of issue to Matthew 2d son, Thomas 3d son. Pr. 10 Oct., 1558 (Noodes, 65).

9 Aug., 1558. William RIGGE, esquire, of Straglethorpe, co. Linc.

Mentions Norwell and Norwell Woodhouse, and lands in North Carlton, Coddington, Newark, Fiskerton, Grange, and Gaunton, co. Nott, Anne his wife, Edmonde, Richard, Thomas, William his sons, Jane, Judith, Elizabeth his daughters.

Thomas his brother. Pr. 20 Oct., 1558 (Noodes, 62).

5 Sept., 1558. RICHARD HUTTON, citizen and carpinter, of London. To be buried in All Hallowes, Stayning. To the poor folkes of the townes of Alborowe, Burrowbrigge, and Roclif in the said parish of Alborowe xxx s., and for masse, dirige and light to be said in the said parish of Alborowe temne shillings, to be ordered by the discreacions of Robert Sympson and my cousen Richard Jonson of the said parrish. Mentions Jane, wife, William Hutton, clerke, brother, John Knevett, father in law. Pr. 5 Oct., 1558 (Noodes, 51).

LIST OF TESTATORS.

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ADDISON, John, 173
AINSWORTH, HENRY, 236
ALATT, Hugh, 132
ALMAYNE, THOMAS, 44
ANDERSON, RICHARD, 143
ANDREW, BRIAN, 96

RICHARD, 109
ASHLEY, CUTHBERT, 193
BABINGTON, SIR ANTHONY, 100

DAME KATHERINE, 102

Thomas, 100
BARKER, Joux, 217
BARROW, WILLIAM, BISHOP OF CARLISLE,

39
BATY, ROGER, 86
BELASIS, ANTHONY, 220
BELASYSE, RICHARD, 159
BELL, ALEXANDER, 235
BERWICKE, JOHN, 154
BEVYCOTE, ROBERT, 158
BEWICK, PETER, 155
BIRD, RICHARD, 78
BLAXTON, Johx, 164
BRABAZON, ADAM, 84
BRAKENBURY, ANTHONY, 226
BRANDON, SIR CHARLES, 216
BRAYTON, ROBERT, 5
BROMFLETE, HENRY, LORD VES('s, 53
BROWNE, Lady Lucy, 129
BRYCHETT, ROWLAND, 180
BURRELL, GEORGE, 165
BYRRIE, John, 241
CARR, RALPH, 138
CARTWRIGHT, EDMUND), 230
CATHORNE, ALICE, 81
CHOLMELEY, SIR RICHARD, 106
CLAPHAM, DAVID, 214
CLARELT., Thomas, 62
CLARKE, LEONARD), 203
CLERKE, DANE AGNES, 158
CLIFTON, Jogn, 120
CONSTABLE, Johx, 123
CO PER, WILLIAJI, 211
CREMOUR, ROBERT, 168
CREWDE, JANE, 199
Dacre, Hugh, 83
DAWSON, ROBERT, 163
DE LA POLE, MICHAEL, DUKE

SUFFOLK, 8

DE LA POLE, WILLIAM, EARL OF

SUFFOLK, 50
Ellisox, JAMES, 171
ESCRYK, WILLIAM DE, 2
FARYNGTON, ROBERT DE, 1
FERRAND, THOMAS, 140
FITZHUGH, ROBERT, BISHOP OF London,

42
FITZWILLIAM, SIR WILLIAM, 135

Sir William, EARL OF
SOUTHAMPTON, 190
FOLJAMBE, Sir GODFREY, 175
FRENDE, ROBERT, 43
Frost, Walter, 124
GASCOIGNE, THOMAS, 219
GOCHE, ROBERT, 238
GOWER, AGNES, 67
GRA, THOMAS, 13
HAMERTON, GEORGE, 116
HARTON, RICHARD, 229
HARTWELL, JOHN, 204
HASTINGS, EDWARD, LORD, 75

LADY JANE, 73
RICHARD,LORD WILLOUGHBY,

72

WILLIAM, LORD, 69
HAXEY, THOMAS, 32
HEDWORTH, RALPH, 131
HELIERT, ROBERT, 35
HENRYSON, John, 205
HERRYSON, ROBERT, 98
HERTILPOLE, JOHN, 40
HIGDEN, BRIAN, 162
HOLGATE, ROBERT, ARCHBISHOP OF

YORK, 232
HOLME, JOHN, 77
HOVYNGHAM, JOHN, 15
HUDDLESTON, HENRY, 59
HUDLESTON, DAME JANE, 96
JENYSON, Robert, 151
JOHNSON, ANTHONY, 241

JAMES, 139
KEYLE, ROBERT, 81
LACY, CARISTOPHER, 94
LAMBTON, ROBERT, 44
LAME, or LAMB, ROBERT, 161
LANGRYGE, RICHARD, 210
Lawson, Javes, 180
LONDON, John, 118

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