Mary E Featherstone

F, #6601, b. 14 January 1835
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     Mary E Featherstone was born on 14 January 1835 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 She is the daughter of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2486

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Harriet Featherstone

F, #6602, b. 10 September 1836
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     Harriet Featherstone was born on 10 September 1836 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 She is the daughter of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2487

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Francis Featherstone

M, #6603, b. 10 September 1837, d. 10 February 1842
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     Francis Featherstone was born on 10 September 1837 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard. Francis Featherstone died on 10 February 1842 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2488

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Pheby Featherstone

F, #6604, b. 12 September 1841, d. 3 May 1842
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     Pheby Featherstone was born on 12 September 1841 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 She was the daughter of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard. Pheby Featherstone died on 3 May 1842 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2489

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

William Hubbard Featherstone

M, #6605, b. 23 March 1843, d. 1924
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     William Hubbard Featherstone was born on 23 March 1843 at Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard. William Hubbard Featherstone died in 1924.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2490

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S62] Alan Reader, "Alan Reader," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Francis Frank Featherstone

M, #6606, b. 5 August 1848, d. 1933
Father*William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Mother*Harriet Hubbard b. 12 Mar 1813, d. 3 May 1853
     Francis Frank Featherstone was born on 5 August 1848 at Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of William Featherstone and Harriet Hubbard. Francis Frank Featherstone died in 1933.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2491

Citations

  1. [S126] Linda Paddock, "Linda Paddock," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S62] Alan Reader, "Alan Reader," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

George Featherstone

M, #6607
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2492

Ida C Featherstone

F, #6608, b. circa 1875
Father*Matthias Sly Featherstone b. 22 Aug 1840, d. 19 May 1927
Mother*Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes b. 21 May 1847, d. 11 Jan 1941
     Ida C Featherstone was born circa 1875 at Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1 She is the daughter of Matthias Sly Featherstone and Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP8066

Citations

  1. [S2053] Unknown author 1900 United States Federal Census (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623).

Martha A Featherstone

F, #6609, b. circa 1882
Father*Matthias Sly Featherstone b. 22 Aug 1840, d. 19 May 1927
Mother*Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes b. 21 May 1847, d. 11 Jan 1941
     Martha A Featherstone was born circa 1882 at California, United States of AmericaG.1 She is the daughter of Matthias Sly Featherstone and Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2494

Citations

  1. [S2053] Unknown author 1900 United States Federal Census (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623).

Stephen L Featherstone

M, #6610, b. circa 1884
Father*Matthias Sly Featherstone b. 22 Aug 1840, d. 19 May 1927
Mother*Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes b. 21 May 1847, d. 11 Jan 1941
     Stephen L Featherstone was born circa 1884.1 He is the son of Matthias Sly Featherstone and Margaret Elizabeth Jaynes.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2495

Citations

  1. [S2053] Unknown author 1900 United States Federal Census (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623).

Thomas Featherstone

M, #6611, b. 2 April 1813, d. September 1888
Father*Joseph Featherstone1 b. c 1766
Mother*Mary Moore1
ChartsJoseph Featherstone cir 1766 m. Devonshire
     Thomas Featherstone was baptized on 2 April 1813 at Bishop's Tawton, Barnstaple, Devonshire, EnglandG.1 He is the son of Joseph Featherstone and Mary Moore.1 Thomas Featherstone His death was registered in the St George Hanover Square registration district in the quarter of September 1888 Vol./Page 1a.260.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y.

Family

Elizabeth Allen b. c 1848
Children
Last Edited26 May 2017
ReferenceP3411

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, 1813 2 Apr. Thomas Featherstone Joseph/Mary.
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Collected Feb 2002.
  3. [S2245] Microfilm Baptism, St James the Less, unknown period "Baptism Solemnized at St James the Less, Westminster
    in 1868
    Sep. 6
    Bessie Rosalind dau. of Thomas and Bessie Featherstone of 17 Charlwood Street, Carpenter."

Kate Croft

F, #6612, b. circa 1854, d. December 1897
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     Kate Croft was born circa 1854 at Hurst Green, Sussex, EnglandG.1 She married Edwin James Featherstone, son of William Featherstone and Ann Walker, on 16 April 1883 at All Saints, Hastings, Sussex, EnglandG.2 Edwin James Featherstone and Kate Croft marriage was registered in Hastings district Vol/Page 2b.29 in the quarter of June 1883.3 She Her death was registered in the Hastings registration district in the quarter of December 1897 Vol./Page 2b.29.4 She was buried on 9 December 1897 at Blacklands, Sussex, EnglandG, age 43.5
     Kent Database; Y. She death registration index Kate Featherstone Dec 1897 Hastings SSX 2b 29 age 43

National Burial Index (Hastings and Rother FHS).
Kate Featherstone Date 9 Dec 1897 Aged 43 Place Blacklands Description – Denomination Anglican County code SSX

1871 census RG10/1047/54/3
Bull Inn, Salehurst, Sussex
John Croft head M 59 innkeeper and bricklayer Sussex, Etchingham
Elizabeth Croft wife M 55 innkeepers wife Kent, Cranbrook
Kate Croft dau U 16 Sussex, Salehurst
plus several lodgers

1881census RG11/1046/56/4
Hurst Green, Salehurst, Sussex
John Croft head M Male 69 Salehurst, Sussex, England Inn Keeper
Elizabeth Croft Wife M Female 66 Cranbrook, Kent, England
Kate Croft dau U Female 25 Salehurst, Sussex, England Barmaid (Inn Serv)
Thomas Croft Grandson Male 11 Salehurst, Sussex, England
Thomas HENDSON Visitor U Male 30 Tailor. Y. She lived on 2 April 1871 at Bull Inn, Salehurst, Sussex, EnglandG, with parents.6 She was a barmaid (inn servant) on 3 April 1881.7 She lived on 3 April 1881 at Hurst Green, Salehurst, Sussex, EnglandG, with parents.7 As of 1883,her married name was Featherstone. She wasenumerated as the Wife of Edwin James Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 Edwin James Featherstone Occupation was a Blacksmith living at 56 Bexhill Road, Hastings, Sussex, EnglandG.8 Kate Croft was aged 43 at death as of December 1897.4

Family

Edwin James Featherstone b. 1 Oct 1859
Children
Last Edited11 May 2017
ReferenceP2497

Citations

  1. [S1891] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an Entry of a marriage ina parish register in the Registration District of Hastings
    1883 Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of All Saints Hastings in the County of Sussex.
    Entry 297 April 16th 1883
    Edwin James Featherstone aged 24, Bachelor, Shoeing Smith of All Saints, Father Thomas Featherstone a Wheelwright
    to
    Kate Croft aged 28 Spinster, Servant of Holy Trinity, Father John Croft a Bricklayer.
    Married in the Parish Church according to the rights and Ceremonies of the Established Church by Supt Registrar Certificate, by G Alfred Foyster-Rector
    Both signed in the presence of Richard Butler and Sarah Russell."
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Collected April 2000 (1837-1965).
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, collected 28/02/02.
  5. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  6. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  7. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  8. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 census RG12/765/43/47
    56 Bexhill Road, Hastings, Sussex
    Edwin Featherstone head M 32 blacksmith East Peckham, Kent
    Kate Featherstone wife M 32 Hurst Green, Sussex
    Elizabeth Featherstone dau 7 Hastings, Sussex
    Annie Featherstone dau 6 Hastings, Sussex
    Rosella Featherstone dau 5 Hastings, Sussex
    Nellie Featherstone dau 3 Hastings, Sussex."
  9. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Annie Florence Featherston Jun 1885 Hastings SSX 2b 38
    mother's maiden surname Croft (1837-2010).

Robert Webster

M, #6613, b. circa 1838, d. September 1900
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Robert Webster was born circa 1838 at Kirby Hill, North Riding of Yorkshire, EnglandG.1 He died in September 1900 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG, aged age 62.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He lived in 1881 at 22 Claremont Road, Folkestone, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was a builder employing 19 men & 5 boys on 3 April 1881.1 He we have a contact for this family D Hi Paul, Just a try, I saw Robert Webster ID 12498 on your page. You have Birth ABT 1839 In fact he was Bapt.20 may 1838. As you may know Robert was younger brother to John Bapt 25 May 1828 who was my Gt grandfather. Their father was John Webster their mother Anne (maiden name Williamson on Roberts birth Certificate) For years I had Ann "Abbott" married to John as Gt granny until I saw Robert's birth certificate with Williamson. Do you have a marriage of Anne Williamson to John Webster. Just to complicate things I found Anne Williamson married to Henry Abbott 5th January 1818. So she could have been Mrs Anne Abbott her maiden name would still have been Williamson. Parish Records say:-- John Webster bachelor and Ann Abbott both of this Parish (not widow) I was transferred to Cornwall from Yorkshire I am mw@v21mail.co.uk Maurice Webster 9 Tregenna Fields Camborne Cornwall TR14 7QS 6 July 2004

being researched by Debs Lewis debs.lewis@dsl.pipex.com 17 December 2005.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2498

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Robert Webster Sep 1900 Elham KEN 2a 630 age 62.

John Browning Lott

M, #6614, b. circa 1853
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     John Browning Lott was born circa 1853 at Faversham, Kent, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Emma Jane Fetherstone b. 25 May 1852, d. 21 Feb 1915
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1553

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Kenneth Walter Lott

M, #6615, b. 1877
Father*John Browning Lott
Mother*Emma Jane Fetherstone b. 25 May 1852, d. 21 Feb 1915
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Kenneth Walter Lott was born in 1877 at Margate, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of John Browning Lott and Emma Jane Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2500

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0985/85/53
    31 Hawley Square, Margate St John Baptist, Kent
    John B. Lott M 28 M Faversham, Kent Rel: head Occ: Organist & Teacher Of Music Bachelor Of Music Oxford
    Emma J. Lott M 28 F Canterbury, Kent Rel: Wife
    Kenneth W. Lott 3 M Margate, Kent Rel: son
    Jane M. Lott U 22 F Faversham, Kent Rel: Sister
    Fanny Smith U 18 F Sturry, Kent Rel: Serv Occ: General Serv Domestic."
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Kenneth Walter Lott Dec 1877 Thanet KEN 2a 868 (1837-2010).

Alice Richards

F, #6616, b. circa 1875
Father*Thomas Richards
Mother*Jane Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Alice Richards was born circa 1875 at Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Richards and Jane Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2501

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Laura Richards

F, #6617, b. circa 1876
Father*Thomas Richards
Mother*Jane Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Laura Richards was born circa 1876 at Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Richards and Jane Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2502

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Susanna Richards

F, #6618, b. circa 1878
Father*Thomas Richards
Mother*Jane Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Susanna Richards was born circa 1878 at Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Richards and Jane Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2503

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Emily Richards

F, #6619, b. circa 1880
Father*Thomas Richards
Mother*Jane Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Emily Richards was born circa 1880 at Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Richards and Jane Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2504

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

William Featherstone1,2,3

M, #6620, b. 7 September 1815, d. September 1842
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. 20 Dec 1791
Mother*Martha Town
     William Featherstone was born on 7 September 1815 at Pump Court, Long Lane, Southwark, London, Surrey, EnglandG.4 He was the son of Thomas Featherstone and Martha Town. William Featherstone was baptized on 24 December 1815 at St George The Martyr, Southwark, London, Surrey, EnglandG; son of Thomas Featherstone and Martha.5,6 William Featherstone and Catherine Ann Hunter marriage was registered in East London district Vol/Page 2.217 in the quarter of September 1839.7 William Featherstone married Catherine Ann Hunter on 8 September 1839 at St Giles, Cripplegate, London, Middlesex, EnglandG; However, I do have the original marriage certificate for William Featherstone who married Catherine Hunter on 8 September 1839, St. Giles Cripplegate, London. William's name was listed as George in his son's marriage certificate. I figure the name was probably William George Featherstone.

Lynn Burdick lpburdick@roadrunner.com

IGI Catherine Ann Hunter Marriage: Spouse: William Featherstone Marriage 8 September 1839 Saint Giles Cripplegate, London, London, England

1839 Marriage solemnized in the Parish Church of Saint Giles without Criplegate in the City of London
September 8 1839
William Featherstone full age bachelor groom 19 Irwin Street father Thomas Featherstone tanner
Catherine Ann Hunter full age spinster - 19 Irwin Street father William Hunter jeweller
after banns by R Lynam A.M.
both signed in the presence of Christopher Sellers and Daniel West.8 William Featherstone died on 27 July 1842 at 44 Radnor Street, St Lukes, London, Middlesex, EnglandG, aged aged 27.9,10 He was buried on 3 August 1842 at St Luke, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.11 He His death was registered in the St Lukes registration district in the quarter of September 1842 Vol./Page 2.195.9
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He lived in 1839 at 19 Irwin Street, London, City of London, EnglandG.3 He was a groom in 1839.3 As of 1842, William Featherstone was also known as George William Featherstone.12 He lived in 1842 at 44 Radnor Street, St.Lukes, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.2

Family

Catherine Ann Hunter b. c 1817
Children
Last Edited20 Jun 2017
ReferenceP2505

Citations

  1. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate.
  2. [S59] As per use, death certificate.
  3. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  4. [S444] Parish of Bermondsey (St James Church), Baptism of William Parsons Featherstone: Baptism solemnized in the parish of St George the Martyr, Southwark in the County of Surrey
    24 December 1815 William son of Thomas and Martha Featherstone of Pump Court, Long Lane occupation tanner born 7 September 1815, 2009, Featherstone Society Archives.
  5. [S576] Not given, baptism register: Baptism solemnized in the parish of St George the Martyr, Southwark in the County of Surrey
    24 December 1815 William son of Thomas and Martha Featherstone of Pump Court, Long Lane occupation tanner born 7 September 1815, Ancestry Web site.
  6. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, IGI William Featherstone Birth: 7 September 1815 Christening: 24 December 1815 St George The Martyr, Southwark, Surrey Father: Thomas Featherstone Mother: Martha Source Information: Batch No.: C022441.
  7. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  8. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  9. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Deaths registration index William Featherstone SEP 1842 St. Lukes MDX 2 195.
  10. [S59] As per use, death certificate, Death of William 27th July 1842 at 44 Radnor street aged 27 a labourer cause Consumption Informant the mark of Catherine Featherstone widow present at death at 44 Radnor street, registered 28th of July 1842.
  11. [S22] Unknown record type Transcript, unknown parish, unknown period.
  12. [S75] Unknown author, marriage certificate of son.

Thomas Christopher Featherstone

M, #6621, b. 4 August 1841, d. 5 December 1930
1913: Thomas Christopher Featherstone and his wife Martha Eliza Mackglew-Featherstone (with grandson Clifford Featherstone)
Father*William Featherstone b. 7 Sep 1815, d. Sep 1842
Mother*Catherine Ann Hunter b. c 1817
     Thomas Christopher Featherstone His Birth was registered in the Shoreditch district in the quarter of September 1840 Vol/Page at 2.364.1 He was born on 4 August 1841 at Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.2,3 He was the son of William Featherstone and Catherine Ann Hunter. Thomas Christopher Featherstone married Martha Eliza McClew on 30 September 1860 at St James Church, Finsbury Park, Middlesex, EnglandG.2,4,5 Thomas Christopher Featherstone was buried in 1930 at Arnprior, Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG.6 He died on 5 December 1930 at Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, 43.254468, -79.897014G.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He in the birth registration index appears Featherstone, Thomas Sep 1841 St George in the East MDX 2.75 BUT THIS IS A DIFFERENT Thomas!!!

Thomas Christopher Featherstone's actual birth date is 4 August 1841 (This is fact.) It is family documents and also on his tombstone. Lynn

Thomas Christopher was born and raised in London. he is NOT the father of William George but the son. Thomas Christopher married a Martha as well, only her last name was Mackglew.

1861 census RG9/244/5/13
5 Essex Street, Shoreditch, Middlesex
Thomas Featherstone head M 21 Cabinet Maker Shoreditch, Middlesex
Martha Featherstone Wife M 19 Shoreditch, Middlesex

I'm still having difficulty in my search but my grandmother Minnie Eliza Featherstone was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha McClew. Minnie's brothers and sisters were: Thomas George, Amy Lizzie, Catherine Henrietta & Robert Henry Thomas was the son of George who was the son of Thomas & Martha (Town) married in Kent in 1812. colleend@jaggednet.com

To be honest I don't know for sure whether William George was born in London or not. He was married at St. Giles without Cripplegate though. Also, I am calling him William George because his marriage certificate refers to him as William (no middle name listed) and his son's marriage certificate has him listed as George. You are welcome to add them to your Kent files. Remember that Thomas Christopher was born and raised in London. he is NOT the father of William George but the son. Thomas Christopher married a Martha as well, only her last name was MacGlew. I am seeking data on the father of William George who is also a Thomas and Thomas' wife was also a Martha; but her last name is Town. For sure they were married at the Parish of Boxley in 1812. I have made contact with the Kent Research Centre to see if they can get further records on these two. Lynn P. Burdick lpburdick@roadrunner.com

To the best of my somewhat limited knowledge, my line did not leave the U.K. until abt. 1871 when my great grandparents, namely Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha (nee: Mackglew) along with their then three children Lizzie Amy, Catherine Henrietta and Thomas George. They settled in Arnprior, Ontario, and had two additional children born there. Robert Henry who is the grt. grandfather of Lynn Burdick and Minnie Eliza who is my grandmother.
Note: my grandfather was married first to Catherine Henrietta then later to the younger sister Minnie. Thomas snr., Martha, Catherine Henrietta & Thomas George are all buried in Arnprior, Ont. (not Hamilton). Minnie Eliza is buried in Vancouver, B. C. (Note: There is another Robert Featherstone that was apparently raised by my great grandparents Thomas & Martha. He was married to a Scottish lady named Agnes and they too moved West and resided in Surrey, B. C. until their deaths. (I'd heard that this Robert was either adopted or quite possibly the nephew of Thomas & Martha but I'm not certain at this time). Colleen & Dennis [colleend@jaggednet.com]

Martha married a Thomas Christopher Featherstone, age 20, in Shoreditch. The first three of their five children were born there. From Martha's marriage certificate dated 1861, it lists her age as 19, but she could have been about 15 or 16 at the time, and lists her father as William McClew, occupation, Painter, which is in keeping with the family history. Mary Packham - Australia. From "LES PACKHAM"

1881 Canadian Census
Arnprior, Renfrew South, Ontario
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Thos.C. Featherston M Male English 40 England Painter Church of England
Martha Featherston M Female Scottish 36 England Church of England
Thos. Geo. Featherston Male English 18 England Painter Church of England
Elizabeth A Featherston Female English 14 England Church of England
Catherine H. Featherston Female English 12 England Church of England
Robert Henry Featherston Male English 8 O Ontario Church of England
Minnie Elizabeth Featherston Female English 2 O Ontario Church of England

Source Information: Census Place Arnprior, Renfrew South, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375870 NA Film Number C-13234 District 113 Sub-district M Page Number 3 Household Number 13

The Ontario Death Index (certificate number 39599) give birth date as 4 August 1838 - age at death 92.

Ontario Deaths
Name : Thomas Christopher Featherstone
Death date : 05 Dec 1930
Estimated death year :
Age at death : 92 years
Death place : Hamilton Twp, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
Birth date : 04 Aug 1838
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : England
Gender : Male
Marital status : Widowed
Race (Term on Certificate) : English
Race : White
Ethnicity : English
Father name : Featherstone
GSU film number : 2313308
Digital GS number : 4000838
Image number : 01122
Certificate number : 39599
Collection : Ontario Deaths 1869-1947 in September 1841. He was a cabinet maker in 1860.7 He lived in 1860 at 5 Cross Street, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.7 As of 1860, Thomas Christopher Featherstone was also known as Thomas Featherstone.8 He lived in 1861 at 5 Essex Street, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.3 He was a cabinet maker on 7 April 1861.3 He was a paper hanger in 1867.9 He lived in 1867 at 52 Thomas Street, Hackney Road, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.9 He was a paper hanger in 1870.9 He lived in 1870 at 1 New Street, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.9 He lived in 1881 at Arnprior, Renfrew South, Ontario, CanadaG.10 He was a painter on 3 April 1881.10

Family

Martha Eliza Mackglew b. 4 May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1914
Children
Last Edited8 Nov 2016
ReferenceP2506

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Thomas Christopher Featherstone Sep 1840 Shoreditch MDX 2 364
    mother's maiden surname Hunter (1837-2010).
  2. [S82] Lynn Burdick, "Lynn Burdick," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  3. [S1861] National for England & Wales,.
  4. [S12] Marriage certificate: Certified copy of an entry of marriage
    Registration District Shoreditch
    1860 Marriage solomised at St James Church in the Parish of Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex
    Entry number 111
    Date Sep 30 1860
    Thomas Featherstone aged 20, Bachelor, Occupation Cabinet Maker, Residence 5 Cross Street, Father George Featherstone(deceased) occupation Porter
    Martha McGlew aged 19 Spinster, Residence 5 Cross Street, Father William McGlew occupation Painter
    Witnesses Christopher Sellers and Elizabeth Wood

    Martha made her mark & Thomas Signed
    Married in the District Church according to the rites and ceremonies of the established church by Banns. by H.C. Brown

    The original gives the church as St James's Curtain Road, Finsbury Square Middlesex.
  5. [S12] Marriage certificate: Certified copy of an entry of marriage Registration District Shoreditch 1860 Marriage solomised at St James Church in the Parish of Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex Entry number 111 Date Sep 30 1860 Thomas Featherstone aged 20, Bachelor, Occupation Cabinet Maker, Residence 5 Cross Street, Father George Featherstone(deceased) occupation Porter Martha McGlew aged 19 Spinster, Residence 5 Cross Street, Father William McGlew occupation Painter Witnesses Christopher Sellers and Elizabeth Wood Martha made her mark & Thomas Signed Married in the District Church according to the rites and ceremonies of the established church by Banns. by H.C. Brown.
  6. [S50] Colleen, "Colleen," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  7. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  8. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  9. [S9] Unknown author, birth certificate of daughter.
  10. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Ann Hunter

F, #6622
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP4922

Charlotte Topley

F, #6623
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

William Plowright
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2508

Thomas Mackeldon

M, #6624, b. circa 1866
     Thomas Mackeldon was born circa 1866 at Hastingleigh, Kent, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Rose Ellen Featherstone b. Jun 1873
Last Edited12 Jun 2015
ReferenceP2509

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.

Emily Pidgeon

F, #6625, b. circa 1858
Father*Henry Pidgeon
Mother*Eliza Featherstone b. 31 Aug 1823, d. Dec 1911
     Emily Pidgeon was born circa 1858 at Walthamstow, Essex, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Henry Pidgeon and Eliza Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited13 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.

Ann Wilkins1

F, #6626
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Henry Fetherstone b. c 1552, d. 1606
Last Edited13 Feb 2014
ReferenceP2511

Citations

  1. [S60] Unknown author, Presumed from probate of Henry Fetherstone 1606.

Thomas Featherston

M, #6627, d. 1616
     Thomas Featherston died in 1616.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He was Alderman of the city of Canterbury at Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.1 He Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7

The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea at an unknown age d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea at an unknown age d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have comProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d
Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea at an unknown age d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have comProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 115112 9

Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea at an unknown age des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt:

In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea at an unknown age d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of40
It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea at an unknown age des goodes p an unknown person rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26...

It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32...

Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d

It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 9 9

It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of21

It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 7

It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea at an unknown age des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of25

It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age d, for wages due and oweing to her by the
saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of15

It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of
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It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of12 6

It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 7 6

It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea at an unknown age d, for wages due and oweing to him by the
saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of6 8

It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of18

Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3
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It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland
lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 iProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea at an unknown age d, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of15viz...

It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 3

It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea at an unknown age des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 76

It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of9 6

It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of16

It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh at an unknown age mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 8 2

It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh at an unknown age mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by
the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of19

It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of2 6

It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea at an unknown age d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of2 4

Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d

It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide
decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 8

It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche
for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of4 6

It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his death, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 6 6

It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his death, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of5 5

It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his
Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of14

It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for
certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his death, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of13 10«

It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his death, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 7 6

It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him
by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of40

It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of7

Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d

It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of38

It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of5710

It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of12

It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 7

It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of28

It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 500

It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea at an unknown age d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 300

It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe
the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same
in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie
charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6


S[u]mProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes
abovesaide is 1027 6 «

Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d

Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and
chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea at an unknown age d, and that all the somProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sumProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]e of 124 6...

Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci

Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p an unknown person fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p an unknown person fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tuProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General] h[uius]mo an unknown date i unacuProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t at an unknown age c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]mProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]ar[um] etc

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admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]mProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]as et sic eand[em]
admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac
p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit

De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[N]es modo et forma
sequen[ti] vi[delice]t

Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti]
‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx

ResiduuProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General] Computanti



G: Newman ComProbate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 The Accompte of Marie Featherstone, widowe and administratrix of all and singuler the goodes and chattells of Thomas Featherstone, Esquier, late Alderman of the Cyttie of Canterburie, decea[se]d, by her made and declared the sixt daye of the monthe of Marche in the yeare of oure Lord God 1618, of and uppon all and singuler suche goodes and chattles as late weare the afore-named Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since hisdeathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t by force of l[ett]res of ad[ministra]c[i]on thearof to her him in that behalfe lawefullie comitted, as followeth: Vizt: œ s d Firste this Accompt[an]t chargeth herselfe w[i]th all and singuler suche goodes and chattells as late weare the aforenamed Thomas Featherstone Esquier decea[se]d his whiles he lived, and since his deathe have com[m]en to the handes and possession of this Accompt[an]t: w[hi]ch goodes and chattells are conteyned and sp[ec]ified in an In[vento]rie thearof made and heerto annexed, and the same being by honest men seene, and indifferently apprized, doe in the whole amounte unto the som[m]e of 115112 9 Whearof this Accompt[an]t humblie prayeth to be allowed all suche som[m]es of money as shee hathe necessariely paide and laide owte, or is tyed soe to paye and laye owte, in and abowte the administreing in the saide decea[se]des goodes and chattells, and payment of his debtes and other dueties, wheareof the p[ar]ticulers doe heerunder followe and ensue: vizt: In primis for the buriall of the saide Thomas Featherston decea[se]d, for a sermon preached therat, a Coffin to burie him in, for a hearscloathe, for the mourneing apparrell used thearat, for a dynner or banquett at the said buriall, to the heraulde for his fees being imployed at the saide buriall, and all other charges and expences therabowtes, in all, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m for the l[ett]res of administrac[i]on taken of the saide decea[se]des goodes p[re]rogatively, for the obligac[i]on thearuppon, for reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the Inventorie, for twoe Caveattes entred by this accompt[an]t for preventeing the graunteing of the saide ad[ministra]c[i]on to anie other then to herselfe, and for all other charges therabowtes in bothe offices, the somme of26... It[e]m to Thomas Bromely, late of Littlebourne, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the somme of32... Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 2œ s d It[e]m to Richarde Glover, of the parrishe of St Martins neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 9 9 It[e]m to Thomas Cooke, of the p[ar]ishe of St Georges in Canterburie, Collermaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of21 It[e]m to Richarde Bedoe, Smithe, of the parrishe of St Paules neere Canterbury, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Robert Cillet, his, the saide decea[se]des servant, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of25 It[e]m to Marie Allen, maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of15 It[e]m to Joane Stone, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of 13 4 It[e]m to Thomazine Foxe, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]des, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of12 6 It[e]m to Catherine Dourne, another maideservaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to her by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to John Chamber, servaunte of the saide decea[se]d, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of6 8 It[e]m to Thomas Newman, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, shoemaker, for debt due and oweing to him by the saidedecea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of18 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 3 œ s d It[e]m to Thomas Rucke, of the parrishe of St Dunstane neere Canterburie, for rent of certeine [ar]sheland lyeing in Ashe-valey, due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the feaste of St Michaell th'arkangellanno d[omi]ni 1616 i[m]mediatelie after the deathe of the saide decea[se]d, the som[m]e of15viz... It[e]m to Daniell Prier, farmer or Collector of the tithes belongeinge to the personage of Ashe, for tithes due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of 3 It[e]m to Goodman Gardner of the parrishe of Ashe, the saide decea[se]des looker to his lande there, for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 76 It[e]m to Mr William Wallsall, viccar of the p[ar]ishe churche of St Paules neere Canturburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of9 6 It[e]m to Peeter Winne, of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for rent due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of16 It[e]m to Mr John Smithe, parson of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 2 It[e]m to Goodman Peers, of the saide p[ar]ishe of Wickh[a]mbrewx, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, the som[m]e of19 It[e]m to the Churchewardens of the parrishe of Ashe, for a sesse for the rep[ar]ac[i]ons of the saide churche, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of2 6 It[e]m to Mr Willson, parson of St Georges in Canterburie, for tithes due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortely after, for one quarter of a yeare, for the house wherein the saide decea[se]d dwelte, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, the som[m]e of2 4 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 4œ s d It[e]m to the parrishe clarke of St Georges aforesaide for wages due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, or verie shortelie after, the som[m]e of 8 It[e]m to Goodman Tybbolle, of the parrishe of Cosmos Bleane, for Lordes rente due to Christechurche for a messuage or tenem[en]t, w[i]th the appurtenaunces, in the saide p[ar]ishe of Cosmos Bleane oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of4 6 It[e]m to the collectors for the poore of the saide parrishe of Cosmos Bleane for a Sesse, or certyne Sesses, due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 6 6 It[e]m for certyne Lordes rent and rellif of other landes due and oweing for by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of5 5 It[e]m to Richarde Mershe gent, Clerke of Dover Castle, for a relleeff for twoe messuages due to his Ma[jes]ties Mannor of Downebarton in Thanet, 11s, and for other charges abowte the same due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, 3s, in all the som[m]e of14 It[e]m to Radulphe Grove of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for relliff, lordes rent, and amercementes for certeyne lande lyeing at Cosmos Bleane called Hoaths, extreted and due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of13 10« It[e]m to Fraunces Barton, gent, to the use of Thomas Barton of Fordw[i]ch Esquier, for certyne Lordes rent due and oweing by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his death, the som[m]e of 7 6 It[e]m to Nicholas Featherstone, of the Cyttie of Canterburie aforesaide, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide Mr Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, the som[m]e of40 It[e]m to William Everden, of the p[ar]ishe of Benenden, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of7 Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 5 œ s d It[e]m to John Busher, of the p[ar]ishe of Sutton Vallance, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of38 It[e]m to Anne Burton, daughter of Richarde Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Bridge, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde or obligac[i]on nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of5710 It[e]m due to be paide unto George Everden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of12 It[e]m due to be paide to John Burton of the p[ar]ishe of Sitteingbourne, mercer, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 7 It[e]m to Elizabeth Busher of the p[ar]ishe of St Johns in Thanet, singlewoman, for debt due and oweing to her by the saide Thomas Featherstone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde nowe cancelled, the som[m]e of28 It[e]m due to be paide unto John Tylden of the Cyttie of Canterburie, gent, for debt due and oweing to him by the saide decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, the som[m]e of 500 It[e]m due to be paide to the use of this Accompt[an]t, for debt due and oweing by the saide Thomas Feather-stone decea[se]d at the time of his deathe, by bonde, or obligac[i]on, the som[m]e of 300 It[e]m for the draweing of this Accompt in forme to ex[hibi]t into the Cowrte, for the procters fee to doe the same and to obteyne the admission thearof, as allsoe for the reg[ist]ring and engrosseing the same in parchement, with the Quietus est, limitac[i]on of portions, acte thearuppon, and all other ordinarie charges therabowtes, the somme of34 6 S[u]m[m]a totalis of all and singuler the paymentes abovesaide is 1027 6 « Probate Account re Thomas Featherstone deceased, 1616/7 - 6 œ s d Soe it plainely appeareth that this Accompt[an]t hath well and faithefullie administred in the goodes and chattells of the saide Thomas Featherstone, Esquier decea[se]d, and that all the som[m]es and paym[en]tes aforesaid to her allowed, there yet remayneth in her handes of the saide goodes, to be limited by the Ordinarye, the sum[m]e of 124 6... Sexto die Martii 1616 iux[ta] etc Coram d[omi]no Comissar[io] etc In p[rese]ntia mei Petri Wynne no[ta]rii pub[li]ci Comp[arui]t p[er]sonal[ite]r p[re]fata Maria Fetherstone rel[i]c[t]a ac admi[ni]st[ratrix] bonor[um] p[re]fati Thom‘ Fetherstone ar[migeri] def[un]c[t]i que realiter ex[hibuit] comp[o]tu[m] h[uius]mo[d]i unacu[m] Inven[to]rio eid[em] annex[o] pro vero et qu‘ d[ominus] ad eius petic[ionem] admisit quat[enus] etc prius p[er] eand[em] Juram[en]to ad t[a]c[t]a etc sup[er] exposic[i]one s[u]m[m]ar[um] etc Ulterius d[omi]nus ad pe[ticionem] d[i]c[t]‘ admi[ni]str[atricis] allocavit s[u]m[m]as et sic eand[em] admi[ni]str[atricem] ab [omni] ulteriori comp[o]to etc in hac p[ar]te reddend[o] acquietavit et dimisit De residuo vero d[omi]nus limitavit porc[i]o[n]es modo et forma sequen[ti] vi[delice]t Elizabeth‘ Fetherstone fili‘ etc d[i]c[t]i def[uncti] ‘tatis ix annor[um] aut eo circ[ite]rxx Residuu[m] Computanti G: Newman Com[m]is[sarius] Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis] [On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible] upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same. Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say, To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20 The residue to the accountant. G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]is[sarius]

Cant[uariensis] Sol[icitor] Ge[nera]lis]
On the sixth day of March 1616 according to etc before the Lord Commissary etc in the presence of me, Peter Wynne, notary public, There appeared personally the aforenamed Mary Fetherstone, the relict and administratrix of the goods of the aforenamed Thomas [Fetherstone, esquire, deceased, who truly exhibited this account, together with the inventory annexed to the same, as true, and whom the Lord, at her petition, admitted so far as etc, an oath touching [the Holy Bible]. upon the laying out of the sums etc being first taken by the same.

Further the Lord, at the petition of the said administratrix, allocated sums, and thus acquitted and dismissed the same administratrix from rendering any further account etc in this regard

Of the residue, indeed, the Lord limited portions in manner and form following, that is to say,

To Elizabeth Fetherstone, the daughter etc of the said deceased, of the age of 9 years or thereabouts,20

The residue to the accountant.

G: Newman, Commissary of Canterbury, Solicitor General]
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP4923

Citations

  1. [S194] Unknown author, Probate.

Mary (Unknown)

F, #6628
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2513

Elizabeth Featherston

F, #6629, b. circa 1608
Father*Thomas Featherston d. 1616
Mother*Mary (Unknown)
     Elizabeth Featherston was born circa 1608.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Featherston and Mary (Unknown).
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2514

Citations

  1. [S194] Unknown author, Probate.

Susan (Unknown)

F, #6630
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Henry Feverstone d. 1684
Last Edited20 Sep 2016
ReferenceP2516