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In the name of God Amen.
twentieth day of October in the year of our Lord God one thousand five
fourscore and fifteen, I, Thomas
bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God and my body to be
buried in the
parish church of churchyard of Wishford in the said
Item, I do give to John Kingman my older brother thirty pounds and to his two children ten pounds.
Item, I do give to the said Laurence Baker four pounds, and my will is that he shall have nothing to do with his wife’s or his children’s legacies, but that the said legacies shall be employed to their profit and maintenance by the discretion of my overseers. And if either my sister or any of her children shall happen to die, then I will the legacies to be employed as is foresaid amongst the survivors of them.
Item, I do give to John Miller and his two sons ten pounds (viz.) to himself six pounds and to his two sons forty shillings apiece.
Item, I do give to John Pound twenty shillings.
Item, I give to William Jeffer twenty shillings and a pair of stockings.
Item, I do give unto Mathew Walworth twenty shillings.
Item, I do give to Henry Haytor, servant to Mr Webb, a pair of stockings.
Item, I do give to Humphrey Ditton twenty shillings.
give to John
Item, I do give to my brother John Kingman my best silver spoons and to my sister Edith my second silver spoons and to my sister Anne Baker my third silver spoons.
Item, I give to John Kingston my best band and to Jane Ditton a silver whistle.
Item, I give to Adam Durteffe the baker three shillings fourpence and to Father Long three shillings fourpence and to Mother June sixpence.
Item, I do give to my brother John Kingman my best cloak and my best suit of apparel, two bands, two pair of stockings and my best hat.
Item, I give to John Miller a suit of apparel and a cloak and to Nicholas Thomas the shoemaker eighteen pence.
give to the
Item, I do give to old Vooke twelve pence and to Mother Rogers £12 [sic]
Item, I give to my brother John my best chest, and to John Miller and Bartholomew his son my two other chests.
Item, I do give to Mary Dytton six handkerchiefs and to John Miller two bands and to Bartholomew Miller two bands.
Item, I give to Laurence Baker a blue coat cloth, and to his son a blue coat cloth and a blue coat and a pair of stockings.
Item, I give to Thomas Miller a blue coat cloth and to Humfry Ditton a short cloak with sleeves, and to my brother John a suit of leather apparel, but the silver buttons I do give to Bartholomew Miller.
the servant of Ann Webb
owes me ten shillings, I do give to her
shillings and the other two shillings I do give to
Item, I do give to Thomas Roost of Denzed and his wife ten shillings and a pair of knyues.
And to Morgan Cooke and his wife ten shillings.
give to the
The rest of all my goods, chattels and debts whatsoever, not given  bequeathed, I do give and bequeath to my brother John Kingman whom I do make my whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament. Also I do make Humfry Ditton and William Sparkes overseers of the same.
This being witnessed hereunto