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a yonge horse if he contented wth his barnes part. To Alison my su’nt ij kye. Debts. To Joan dau. of Willm. Sayer xxj'. vj. vinja.To Hew Westrop uppon certen cond'n of marridge goods of Jean Saire his wyfe x'. To Laurence Gower of London for c'tain stuffe boght of him v'. x. Will. Allan of Yarome XXXVS. To Pers Akuge of Bedell for v g'ters of blake veluet xvo. To th’ Abbot of Ryvall for a quarter ferme of a fishgarth mj'. x. To my Lorde Conyers for teith come of Carleton xxxs. To Henry Yvers, Will Tonge, & Ric Bellaces for Sr Will Yvers Knt.—To my lade Conyers for yo som of vj marcs for certen yerly paym’ts yet not done & whedder y' will be any s'cu'yte for it is not as yet knowen. To Lady Conyers of Horneby a yonge filley xx. EXPENS FUNERAL. For penny daill vj'. xiij iiija. To Priests & Clarks iij'. For certen blakks boght vj! To ye Por of Yarome & his conv't xj". For a diner at the beryall v
For his burall in ye friers Kyrke of Yarom vjø. viija. To wax at day of his burall xs. For making of ye said wax xxd. For wax upon his hearse to burne a yeare at ev’y messe tyme v searghs viij". For v yeards of blakke cloth to his hearse ijs. For laying of his thrugh stone & makyng of it xija. For his tvelmonth day -- To the Kyrke of Horneby xxvjo: viija. To-th' p’or of Yarome for his labor comyng & goyng to Worsall iij®. inija. Item I bequest to Sir John Hunton of Laton in making dyv's writinges iij®. iiija.
LXXXI. SIR WILLIAM BULMER, KNIGHT. [Extract by Mr. Surtees, from the Will proved al York.] Sir William Bulmer the elder 6 Oct. 1531 to be buried in the Church of Lethome if I die within the parish to the churches of Lethome and Wilton to the house of Guisburne - to the College of Staindrop and the Priests there x' - Hartlepool, &c. for the soules of my father and mother and for my wyfs saull and for all the saulls I am bound to pray for – To my son Sir John Bulmer? my best chain of gould wh is in weight £100 and desire him to leave it to his son and heir to my son Si Rauff Bulmer my second gold chain which is in weight 100
I Of Wilton, in Cleveland, and husband of Margery, daughter of Sir John Convers.
2 Of whom particulars have been given above, under the will of Robert Bul. mer, in 1528.
3 Sir Ralph Bulmer, second son, married Anne, daughter and co-heir of Roger Aske, of Aske, and left an only daughter, married to John Sayer, of Wor. sall, Esq.
markes and desire him to leave it to his son and heyr if he have any — my son William Bulmer to have one chain of gold worth 100 markes and to leave it to Francis Bulmer his son
my son Sir John Bulmer, my best gowne and doublet and to his wife £20 to do what she will with my son George Salvyn my hest tawney gown and to his wife £20
my son Sr Rauff to have to his eldest daughter's marriage 100 markes -- to every gentleman that is my servant taking wages or no wages 20%. every yeoman 139. 4d.
every groom 10%, - wheras I had of my uncle William Bulmer of Hertilpoole 40 markes to pay to Jeyne Robynson bastard daughter of my said uncle ---
LXXXII. JOHN SHERWODE OF HAWGHTON (LE SKERNE.]
[Reg. TUNSTALL.] In dei nomine, Amen. In the year of our lorde god a thousand ffyve hundrethe Thrittye and thre the twentye and one Daye of Marche I John Sherwode of Hawghton of holl mynde and good of remembrance make mye testamente and last wyll in maner and forme as folowithe ffyrste I bequithe my sowl too god almightye to our blessed lady sancte marye and all the holye companye of heven and my bodye to be buryed in the qwhere of hawghton Item I bequithe to the hyghe altare for forgetten tethys inje. inja Also I bequithe to Sir Robert Cotisforthe to praye for me vj'. viija. Also I bequithe to the church works xxd. Also I will that syr leonarde hall shall synge for my sowll one holl yere and he to have to his wages iiij'. vjø. viije Also I bequithe to margaret Thornton a yonge whye. Also I bequithe to Isabell mye wyfe my yeres and tacks that I have of and in Morton felde durynge the term of hyr naturall life. And the terme of mye said wyfes lyffe I wyll that Will’m Sherwode mye sone shall have all my
yeres and tacks that is than vn rown and expyred of and in the said morton felde without anye interruption. Also I bequithe to Isabell my wyfe a graye mayr and a stagge withe there folowers. Also I bequithe to mye sone Raiphe Sherwode tene poundes. The resydue of my goodes not legate nor bequest mye debtes paide I geve vnto Isabell my wyfe and to my son Willm’Sherwode whom I make myne executores and theye to dispose it for the healthe of my sowll as theye shall seme good Witnes herof mye said laste will Roberte Staynfurthe Richard Dixson hare Sympson Leonarde Hall Prest withe other moo.
LXXXIIÍ. JOHN HEDWORTH, ESQUIER.
In dei nomine, Amen. The xxiijth day of Januarij in the
sowll And I bequethe to my sonne Sir Raufe iij draughts of oxen Also I bequethe to Ant’onye my sonne one draught of oxen Also I well that Antone my sonne and betress my dowghter have their barne partes of
1 Of Harralon, in the parish of Chester-le-Street: V. Surtees, II., 184, for a pedigree of the family. Mr. Surtees had apparently not seen the above valuable will,
my goodes after the Lawe and custome of the cuntre Also I ordaine and maks s' thomas hylton Knight aud will’m lawson gentleman supvisors to my executors to gyve them good counsell and helpe and defende them that non may do them wronge as far as they maye and for their labor I gyve ether of them on Ryell of golde and ther costs to be borne be my executors The Resedewe of all my goods afor not be quethede my detts payd I bequithe and gyve to heleyne my wyffe and sir" Raufe hedworth my sonn whom I ordein and maiks my executors they to despose and do that thing ye shalbe seyme vnto them best to p'feit for well of my sowll and to please Almightie god In Witnesse hereof I have called theyr witnesses will’m lawsone, Antonye hedworth sé Richarte dunsfurthe my curate, sr Rob’rt dawsone Raufe hardinge and thomas Jackson wth other geven the day of monethe and the yeire of our lorde god be foresaide.*
LXXXIV. JOHN HYMERS, OF HOLY ILANDE.
In the nayme of gode : Amen : the tweyntye Day of Julij the yere of god Athousande fyve hund fowrty and fyve yeres and the xxxvijth yere of the Reigne of our Soueraigne lorde Kynge Henrye th’eighte be the graice of gode Kynge of England fraunce and Irelande Defensor of the faythe and in Earthe suprem' heade of this Churche of Englande & Irelande. I John Hymers of Holy lande in goode and p'fytt remembrance makethe my testament and last Wyll in this maner folloy'g, ffyrst I gyve & bequethe my soull to Almyghtye our blessede lady saynct Mary and all the holy saynctes in hewn my Corps to be burrede in the churche garthe of Holy Ilaund wythe the mortuaries dewe to the saide Church accordynge to the kynges Maiesties actes statutes and Iniu'ctionns. Also I gyve and bequethes to prestes and clerkes to pray for my soull and the soulle of my Vyffe and vaxe to burne on my funerall xiij. inja. I gyv to Syr John Jonson to pray for the soules of my father and mother and all my benefactours vj'. viija. Item I gyve my lande in Haneldayll to John Hymers my brother son & his heyres maylle [&c.] Item I gyve to Agnes Neylson for kepyng of me v. a Jakett and a syluer qwystelle or svją The Resydewe of all my goodes moveable and vnmoveable I gyv to my son Jarat Nycholson qwhom I mayke my executoure to dyspone and ordane all thynges for the healthe of my soulle and my Wifes soull as he schalle thynke most best and expediente for the helthe of my soulle thers Wytnesses Richarde Ylderton George Dyners Syr John Jonson wythe Dyvers other.
The INVENTORYE of all my gooddes moveable and
vnioveable. fyrste two kye the walloure off xx'. Insyght. iiij coverletts thre payr of schettes two braysse pottes x povder vessell two candell stykkes wythe other imprymentes apane to ye vallor of xx®. Dettes owyng to my lorde and master my lorde suffraganel for the teythe corne of Holy Ilande wythe certane other cowntes xxs. Dettes owynge me In p’mis Richarde Ilderton vij$. ixa. Edward Reyfley for the burd of John Reyfley viij'. Robt Reyfley for hys sones burd vj'. Hec est vera Voluntas Joan'is Hymmers per me Johannem Jonson Curatum Insulæ sacræ licet indignum.
Lxxxv. BELL (ISABEL) OGLE, OF BOTHAL.3 IH’U. In nomine Dei Amen. the xxivte. day off Januarij, the yere off owr Lord God a M.ccccc & XXXIX I Bell Ogle off botthall Parych holl in mynd and
Remembrance I mayk my Testament and Last well ass folueth friust I bequieth my soull to Almighty god and to owr Ladi & to all the holy Saynets in heven. And my body to be beryed the Chyrch of Saynt Androw befor the rudloyft : Also I maik my eld". son Georg Ogle my full exequitor for to disspon my guds & cattle mouiable & immoviable for the helth of my soull ass here aft' folueth. Witnes her off Antonius Wak Cvrat & the Clark wt oths.
off my goods Itim fruist xj ky & iij quyes inj yer olds iiij iij yere olds & iij two yere olds
Item I gyff to my son georg Ogle a conter & cheyst a cont'pont & payr lenyng shetts a fethi beyd a boust' & pelow & two kossyngs & brassyng mort & longspeyt & two selv' spoons & bordcloth & towell. Itim to my son Jhon & swyn every on off thaym a selv' spon. It'm to my douth: An a Mantell & Beyll Horsle a payr ef seluer crucks. It’m to my douth: Margat my
| Thomas Spark, a monk of Durham, was constituted Suffragan Bishop of Berwick by Bishop Tunstall, under the Act 26. Henr. VIII., having previously been Prior of Holy Island. See his will hereafter.
2 These notices are valuable. Here is a will, accompanied by an inventory, both acknowledgedly in the hand-writing of the Curate of the parish. Hymers was a Durham man, and his inventory goes far to prove that he was a school. master upon the island. The Reveleys were men of considerable property at Ancroft, &c., upon the main land, but within the parish.
3 The widow of a junior branch of Ogle, of Ogle and Bothal Castle, living in the parish of Bothal.