1526 william hayward hungerford brk archd berks will 10161
estate of william hayward of hungerford
1) will dated 8 february 17hen8 . testator sick in body, soul to almighty god and his mother mary and all the company of heaven.
to be buried in the churchyard of hungerford.
to the mother church of sarum 4d, to the high alter in the church of hungerford 12d.
to the parish priest there 12d.
and whereas i said william by my deed of feoffment made the day and year above written have given and do freely give to john lydsysdale to agnes my wife and to the heirs of the said john for ever more all my lands and tenements with their appurtenances in hungerford aforesaid or elsewhere within the county of berks as plainly doth appear in the said deed of feofment which john and agnes i ordain and make my executors and administrators of all my goods and lands hereto fulfill this my last will and pay my debts as ye shall answer before almighty god at they extreme day of judgement and that 'detun' [determined] i will that the said john and agnes and the heirs of the said john enjoy the said lands with their appurtenances for ever more.
witnesses: william byrde clerke, sir thomas wates, sir thomas oxnell clerke, january kryton constable of hungerford, john luflake, thomas bostrove and others.
probate: before gaulfride phellippes official of the peculiar jurisdiction of hungerford 10 april .
2) on dorse part of an inventory:
in the larder house
imprimis vi serving dishes, 2 winged dishes xxiiid
Itm vi platters, a basin, xi potingers and i laten basen viiis iiiid
item viii saucers, a salt cellar, a frying pan, a ladel and a laten landz(?) iis iid
in the hall:
Itm a cupboard, v candlesticks, a latten lan' and an andyre iiiis vid
Itm a little bed,ii bolsters, ii pillows and iii coverings vs iiiid
Itm ii forms and a stool viiid
summa totall iii li xiis iid ob
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