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EDMU'D PARKER, STIPENDARIUS DE DARTFORD.
In the Chantry Certificates, Kent 28, art. 104, Edmond Parker, aged 44, was incumbent of a perpetuall salarie, net value £8 8s., founded by Thomas Marten, for a priest to celebrate for his soul and all Xpen soules for ever. His father was William Parker, inholder, yoman, of Dartford, and he left to "Sir Edmonde my son viiji" (ix., fol. 135). [Page 77.] HEW.... CLYDRO CAPYLLANUS DNY RYCHARDI WALDEN. Sir Hugh Cledero a witness to will of Henry Vitell of Earith 20 December 1528 (viii., fol. 201a). Syr Hew Clydero a witness to will of Robert Monke of Eryth 17 May 1533 (ix., fol. 101). Robert Monke names "My Master Syr Richard Walden, Knyght." Sir Richard Walden's will was proved 1539 (P.C.C., 28 Dyngeley).
ROBERTS JONSON, CANTAR DE DARTFORD.
Robert Jonson collated to chantry of Our Lady of Stanpett in Dartford Church 26 May 1517 (D., fo. 61"). His successor, William Halle, was collated 3 November 1535 on his death (D., fol. 184). The Chantry Certificates, Kent 28, art. 104, state that this chantry was worth £7 58. 5d. a year, and that there were then (1547) 700 houslinge people in the parish. At that date Robert Baker, aged 63, was incumbent. HENRICS RYBTON, CURATS DE SOUTHEFLEIT.
Sir Henry Rybton, curat, witness to will of Richard Swetsyer of Northecraye 13 July 1528 (viii., fol. 177"), of William Vmfray, yoman, of Southflett, 28 September 1531 (ix., fol. 9), and of Cristofer Hoggesson of Southfleet 1 December 1533 (ix., fol. 101). Henry Ribton was instituted vicar of Bexley 12 March 1539 (Reg. Cranmer, fol. 375b).
JOH'ES BRUER, VICAR DE DARTFORD.
Collated 1533 (Arch. Cant., XVIII., p. 395). His will, dated 8 January 1534, was proved 31 May 1535 (ix., fol. 175).
JOHANNES WYLBOR ICONIMS HOSPITALIS BEATE MARIE NOUI OPERIS DE STROOD.
John Wylbor was vicar of Lamberhurst 1515-19, master of Strood Hospital, called "Nework," from 1517 till its suppression, vicar of St. Nicholas, Rochester, 1519-22, of Isleham, Cambridge (a peculiar of the Bishop of Rochester), 1521-23, master of Cobham College 1533-34, and rector of Chislehurst 1523 to 1552. On 1 July 1534 he was appointed chaplain to Henry VIII., being styled " John Wylbore, M.A.,
clerk of the parish church of Chislehurst, Kent," and was granted licence of non-residence on his benefices (State Papers, Henry VIII., vol. vii., No. 933). His will, dated 20 June 1551, was proved 23 April 1553 (P.C.C., 8 Tashe). He evidently contemplated being buried in the Cathedral Church of Rochester, of which he was a prebendary.
JOH'ES STANDENOGTH CONFRAT' EIUSDEM HOSPITALS.
Witness to will of John Feddy of Strode 1527 (viii., fol. 178b).
RICHARDUS WILBOR CONFRATER EIUSDEM HOSPITALS.
Was afterwards vicar of Aylsford, and as such witnessed the will of Andrew Anderson 1539 (ix., fol. 290). The will of "Sr Richard Wilbore, vicar of the churche of Ailsforde," dated 10 May, was proved 1 June 1545 (x., fol. 991).
DECANATUS DE MALLING.
HENRICUS FLETCHER, VICARIUS DE TOWNE Mallyng.
Henry Fletcher, S.T.B., instituted 24 October 1524 on the death of John Bamborowe, on the presentation of Elizabeth Rede, Abbess, and the C. of Malling (D., fol. 114a). JACOBS ROBERT, RECTOR ECCLESIE DE PADElsworth.
Instituted to the church of Padlesworth with the chapel of Dowde 10 June 1533 on the resignation of John Parkyns. Patron, Sir Edward Wotton, Knight (D., fol. 178a). His will was proved 28 September 1540 (ix., fol. 301).
ROB'TUS PEELE, VICARIUS DE WEST'HAM.
Instituted 4 December 1504 on the death of Brian Coltehurste; P. and C. of Christ Church, Canterbury, patrons (D., fol. 40). His will, dated 25 August, was proved 18 December 1539 (P.C.C., 34 Dyngeley). He was also vicar of Chilham, and wished to be buried there.
JOH'ES SYMSON, RECTOR DE BARMYNG.
A Sir John Symsone, curate, is a witness to will of Thomas At Mere of Mereworth 1528 (viii., fol. 170a). Syr John Symson, parson, is witness to will of William Pake of East Barmyng 8 May 1531 (ix., fol. 5"). He was instituted 24 July 1524 on the resignation of "Wmi Auren. Epi." Patrons, P. and C. of Leeds (D., fol. 113"). His will was proved 9 June 1563 (xiii., fol. 87).
JOH'ES GREYN, CURAT DE EDONBREGG.
St John Greyn is witness to will of William Crippes of Etonbreg 1526 (viii., fol. 81b), and of Marget Tycheburn 8 December 1532 (ix., fol. 64").
JOH❜ES BRYTTAYNE, VICARIUS DE LYGHE.
Instituted 18 October 1516 on the death of Richard Stodharte. Patrons, P. and C. of Tunbridge (D., fol. 74). He was still vicar in 1552.
RYCARDS CHAPMA', RECTOR DE Cowden.
Richard Chapman instituted to rectory of Cowden 10 December 1515 on the resignation of Nicholas Brussall. Patron, Edward, Duke of Buckingham (D., fol. 73"). He was succeeded on his death by John Grene, who was instituted 13 July 1542 (D., fol. 213b).
THOMAS NORTHERYN, CURATS DE BRENCHLEY.
Sr Thomas Northeryn witness to will of Bartylmew Tutty of Brenchley 8 May 1532 (ix., fol. 23").
Dns GEORG BRYNLEY, VICARIUS DE BYRLING.
Instituted 28 April 1507 on the resignation of William Watsone. Patrons, Ab. and C. of Bermondsey (D., fol. 45"). He was also rector of Luddesdown. His name appears as
witness to wills in 1540 and 1545 (x., fol. 94").
Dns RICARDS TALYOR, RECTOR De Alyngton.
Instituted 20 July 1530 on the resignation of Robert Hedcorne. Patron, Sir Henry Wyat (D., fol. 158"). He was rector in 1554 (Reg. M. Griffith Epi., fol. 55").
Dns GEORGS LYGHTONE, CURATUS DE SEALE.
Sr George Lighton, curate, witness to will of Thomas Pynden of Seal 13 March 1534 (ix., fol. 134a).
Das THOMAS PORTYNGTON, RECTOR ECCLIE DE SPELHYRST.
The date of his institution has not been discovered. John Blakdene was instituted 15 December 1534 on the resignation of Thomas Portyngton (D., fol. 181).
Das THOMAS NEWCU', CURATS DE WEST'HAM.
Sir Thomas Nucom, curate, a witness to will of Johaz Chapman, widow, of Westerham, 11 January 1534 (ix., fol. 180o).
Dus JOH'ES CROSSE, CURATS DE HADLOW.
Sr John Crosse, parish priest, a witness to will of John Dyne of Shipborne 11 August 1517 (P.C.C., 35 Holder). St John Crosse, vicar of Hadlow, witness to will of Henry Fane, Esq., of Hadlo, 12 May 1533 (P.C.C., 4 Hogen). At his death Henry Medow was instituted 12 April 1536 (D., fol. 186").
Dns WILLS WHYTEACRE, RECTOR DE OFFHAM.
William Whiteacres collated 21 October 1512 on the death of Richard Wantone (D., fol. 61). On his death Thomas Dixson was instituted 20 August 1534 (D., fol. 195").
Das ROB'TUS BOSNELL, CURATS DE KEMSYNG.
A Sir Thomas Gamyll witness to will of John Salman of
Dus ROBERTS CADYE, CURAT DE WEST PECHAM.
Syr Robert Cadye, curate, witness to will of Agnes Pacman of West Pecham 1533 (ix., fol. 95).
Dns EDWARD TUTSHAM, VICARIUS DE WEST PECCHAM.
Instituted 23 December 1522 on the death of David Mores. Patrons, P. and C. of Leeds (D., fol. 109a).
Syr Edward Tutty sham, curate of Sheborn, witness to will of Julyen Bocher 7 May 1531 (viii., fol. 2831).
Dns RICHERD WHIT, VICARIUS DE RIERSHE.
Richard White instituted 23 May 1517 on the resignation of William Walkar. Patrons, P. and C. of Merton (D., fol. 75). He was succeeded by Robert Coverte in 1534. Dns MARTINS MOYNALL, RECTOR DE ASCHERSTE.
Instituted 27 October 1520 on the death of Martin Christofer. Patron, John Waller, Esq. (D., fol. 131b). His will, dated 25 February 1550, was proved 22 October 1551 (xi., fol. 139).
Das PHILIPPUS MEKFLET, RECTOR DE BITBOROW.
Phillip Mekflet, A.M., instituted 5 December 1525 on the resignation of John Morley. Patron, William Waller, Esq. (D., fol. 132"). John Turner was instituted 2 November 1554 on the deprivation of Phillip Mekflet (Reg. M. Griffith Epi., fol. 57).
Dns JACOBS GOLDWELL, RECTOR DE ADDYNGTON.
James Goldwell, L.Bac., instituted 2 June 1533 on the death of Robert Houghtone, on the presentation of George Wattone (D., fol. 178").
Das HENRICUS DENTU', CURAT DE TROTESLY
A Sir Henry Denton, chaplen, witness to will of Giles Palmar of St. Mary's Hoo 12 March 1532 (ix., fol. 100a), and of will of Walter Andrewe of Snodland 12 June 1532 (ix., fol. 20). Sir Henry Denton, curate, witness to will of William Wolleryge of Troslyff 2 August 1532 (ix., fol. 30). A Henry Denton, priest, instituted rector of Ridley 1 April 1544, William Sedley, Esq., patron (Reg. Cranmer, fol. 392a), and is witness to will of Thomas Averell of Rydley 1556 (xii., fol. 17).
Das THOMAS CURWEN, CANTARIST DE PEPYNgbury.
Thomas Curwen instituted to chantry of Pepingbury 13
June 1528 on the death of Richard Peersone; Sir Edward Nevyll patron (D., fol. 139a). At his resignation Richard Hilles was appointed 20 March 1534. At the confiscation of the property in 1549 Richard Hyll was aged 61. The value was 10 9 yearly. There were 142 houseling people in the parish. (Kent Chantry Certificates, No. 28, art. 59, P.R.O.) A Sir Thomas Curwen, curate, witness to will of Alice Woodlande of West Malling 1526 (viii., fol. 92").
Das GEORGO ATKYS, VICARIUS DE PEPYNBERYE.
Instituted 17 July 1533 on the resignation of William Buckley. Patron, the King (D., fol. 178"). He was vicar in 1549 (Chantry Certificates, ut supra).
Dns WILLS HOGERS DE SAELLE.
Dns RADULPHUS AMYS, CURAT DE TOMBRIG.
Ralph Amys was chantry priest at Pepingbury 22 December 1509 to 1527, when he resigned (D., fol. 53). Sir Rauff Ames, priest, witness to will of Robert Edden of Pepingbury 1519 (vii., fol. 164). Sir Raff Amyas witness to will of Thomas Sandyll of Tudley 5 May 1530 (viii., fol. 240). Sir Rauff Amyes, curate, witness to will of Thomas Mell alias Mylner of Capell 7 December 1530 (viii., fol. 271).
Dus THOMAS EMERE, VICARIUS DE WESTFARLEY.
Instituted November 1527 on the resignation of Richard Croft. Patrons, P. and C. of Leeds (D., fol. 138"). The will of Sir Thomas Emerye, vicar of West Farleighe, dated 24 August, was proved 12 January 1547 (xi., fol. 9). Dus EDWARDS WETTO' DE TESTON WECARYUS.
Edward Wetton instituted 4 November 1525 on the resignation of William Madock. Patrons, P. and C. of Leeds (D., fol. 132). He is witness to will of John Wadman of Testan in 1535 (ix., fol. 180").
Dns JOHE'NS LARK DE LEYBORN, RECTOR.
John Larke instituted 5 April 1527 on the death of Thomas Sewell. Patrons, Abb. and C. of Grace, London (D., fol. 136). On 2 March 1543 Hugh Woodward was instituted on the attainder of John Lark (Reg. Cranmer, fol. 391").
Das JHO'ES PACOKE, CURAT De Ealdyng.
St John Pocok witness to will of John Austen of Ealding 24 July 1532 (ix., fol. 81), and of John Cooper 1536 (ix., fol. 222b).
Das WYLLMS COYN', P'SBIT' DE ALDYNG.
Das JOн'ES POMELL, RECTOR DE NETTYLSTED.
Instituted 4 February 1523 on the death of Simon Gosfrith (D., fol. 111). He died 1548.