John Hulland 1560

In the name of God Amen Anno Din 1560 May I John hulland Clarke of the parishe of Cosgrave do make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and forem following first I bequeath my soule unto allmyghte god and my Body to be Buryed in the Churchyard of St Peter in Cosgrave item I geve and Bequeth unto the mother church of Peterborough ijd [2d] and to the reparacons of the Church Cosgrave vs [5s] Item unto Chrictopher baylle my kinsman part of my Rayment a buckskyne dublett a new furskian dubletta blacke Coott sleved a pair of Russett hoose and a paire of blacke hoose and ij [2] shyrtes Item unto Elizabeth baylle my kinswoman my best long gowne and a  Thortt gowne and to he doughter a Red harked Cowe Item unto the said Christopher and his wife a matters a bolster a under Blankett and iij [3] pares of shetts and a grayneCoverlet a pelowe and a pyelowe bere ande yf the wife of Christopher baylle depar[te]d then I will yt the fore named legarces and Bequests shall unto Christopher baylle and his wife be at the will and Disposicon of my Executrix and supervisor The rest of my goodes not Bequethed I geve and Bequesth unto margett archer whome I make and ordayne my full and lawfull Executrix whom I will that she and Sir george  Farmer who I make my supervisor shall Receve my Debtes and pay my debtes and forto se this my last will and testament fully and truly fulfilled These being Wittenes John Pye harye Begbe John Emetton Walter Revys and Willm gonthrope with other men

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