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John Hogekyn 1552
In the name of god amen the ffirste day of June in the year of our lorde god 1552 I John Hogekyne of litell lynford in the County of Bucks beinge hole of mynde thanks be given unto allmyghtie god do make this my present testament contaynge herein my last Will in manner and forme and forme followinge ffirste I bequeath my soule unto allmightie god my maker and Redymer by the merits of Whose blessed passione is all my trust of free Remissione and for givenes of all my synes and my body to be buried in the Churchyarde of Newport pagnell Item I gyve unto the mother church ijd Item unto Richard Capurne xls Item to William Capurne xs Item to henry capurne xs Item to Mr ge[s] Capurne a dowened cowe and a browne heifer Item to Issabell capurne ij shipe Item to Elizabeth capurne ij shipe Item to the chappell halfe a quarter of barlie Item to lynford bridge halfe a quarter barlie The Resydue of all my goods cattells and detts my detts being payd and my funeral exspencis performed I holy gyve unto Isable my wife so longe as she dothe kepe herselfe wedowe and yf she do marie than I will my sonnes children abovesayd shall have the halfe of my goods which sayd Isabel my wiffe I make my sole executrix and John Capurne my sonne overseer thes being witness Richard Taylor John Capurne and other

Probate 25 September 1552 at Newport Pagnell