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Das WYLLMS WYELS, RECTOR DE ASSHE.
Instituted 7 April 1533 on the resignation of Thomas Slater. Patron, Prior of St John of Jerusalem (D., fol. 177o). His will, dated 21 April, was proved 7 June 1555 (xi., fol. 342).
Dns JOH'ES SYMSON, CURAT DE STONE.
The will of Syr John Symson, curate of Stone, dated 11 November, was proved 11 February 1547 (xi., fol. 13). He leaves a bequest" to poore in Bisshopsgate Streytt w'out the gate to by them fuell."
Dns JOH'ES DEWE, STIPENDARIUS DNI WYLSHERE IN STONE.
"O mercyfull Jhesu have mercy on the
Dns NYCOLAUS HARYNGTON, CANTAR. IN MONASTERIO ROFF. Nicholas Haryngton, "p'sbiter, cantarie Joh'is Shepey quondam Epi. Roffen." (Valor Ecclesiasticus, 1535, vol. i., p. 108.)
Das EWINUS CARLTON, STIPENDARIUS APUD Roff.
Ewinus Carlton is Rector of Longfield in Valor Eccl., 1535, vol. i., p. 110. The will of Sir Ewan Charlton, Parson of Longfelde, was proved 1548 (xi., fol. 30').
Das WILLUS SKELTON, CURAT DE HOO.
Sir William Skelton witness to will of Stephen Charles of Hoo 1520 (vii., fol. 201a), and of John Mott of Hoo 12 September 1534 (ix., fol. 142b).
Dns JOHANNES MYLLUS, STIPENDARIUS IN HOO.
Sir John Mylles witness to will of John Larke of Hoo 2 May 1535 (ix., fol. 174).
Dus JACOBUS ALLOTT, STIPENDARIUS IN HOO.
Sir James Allott witness to will of John Charles of Hoo 16 November 1531 (ix., fol. 112).
D. STEPHANS TENNAND, CAPELLANS DNI DE COBHAM.
DECATUS DE SHORAM IMMEDIAT. IURM ECCLIE XPI CANT.
[Deanery of Shoreham directly under Christ Church, Canterbury.] JOHANNES BURGES, VIC. DE SENOK.
EDMU'D FLATCH', VICARIUS DE EST MALLYng.
The will of "Edmunde Flatchere, clarke and vicar of Estmawlinge," dated 6 November 1540, was proved 16 May 1541 (P.C.C., 28 Alenger). He left books "to Exeter College in Oxenforde, because I was somtyme of the same house." Dus JOHANNES HORSSEY, VICARIUS DE SCHORHAM. Dus JOн'ES BYRDE, VICARIUS DE MEOPHAM.
Sir John Birde, vicar of Meopham, witness to will of John Bogherst of Luddisdon 1 October 1533 (ix., fol 105a), and of Richard Adene, gent., of Meopham, 3 July 1542 (P.C.C., 13 Spert).
Dns XPOFORS SCHARP'ROW, RECT. DE HEYS.
Sir Christ Sharperow witness to will of Wm Frenche of Seal 1519 (vii., fol. 163a), and of Thomas Beste of Seal 1531 (ix., fol. 13). He is witness to will of Henry Causton of West Wickham in 1532 (ix., fol. 52b).
Das WYLLM STERLYNG, RECTOR DE KESTONE.
i., p. 112).
buried 20 December 1545 (Hasted's Kent,
Dus JOHANNES LEU'SAGE, CURAT DE DOWNE.
"Sir John Leuersege my gostly father" is left xijd by Elizabeth Brisley alias Bendon of Bromley on 15 June 1530 to pray for her (ix., fol. 244).
P' ME MYLONEM THOLYNSON, VIc. de Bexlye.
Sir Myles Tomlynson, vicar of Bexley, is named in the will of Thomas Lamendby alias Sparrowe of Bexley 24 November 1513 (P.C.C., 24 Fetiplace). He is also witness to will of Thomas Hawle of Bexley 4 July 1526 (P.C.C., 20 Porch).
Das WILELMS SMYTH, VICARIUS DE GREANE.
Sr William Smyth, vicar of Greane, is named on 28 February 1540 by Syr Richard Hyll, vicar of Stoke, as his executor (ix., fol. 336").
Dns ADAM HAROSMYTH, CURATUS DE HUNTON.
Sr Adam Arowsmyth, prest, a witness to will of Thos Coveney of West Farlegh 19 April 1515 (P.C.C., 13 Maynwaryng).
Dns JOH❜ES MOORE, CURATS DE Penshurst.
Das THOM CHYTTES, CURATS DE HEU' [HEVER].
Dns DAVIT RACHFFORD, CURAT DE WROTGAM [WROTHAM].
Das WYLLMS HALLE, CURATS DE SUNDRYS [SUNDRIDGE].
A Sir Hugth Grene, curate, a witness to will of Richard
Dns RICHARD HACSE (?), CURAT DE CHEDYNGSTON.
Das JOHANES GARLOND DE ORPYNGTON.
A Sir John Garland witness to will of Anne Clements of Lullingstone 11 October 1537.
Dns THOMAS WODHOUS, CURATS SCE MA CRAY.
Dns JOH❜ES WOLMER, CURAT de Chevenyng.
Sir John Wolmer, curate. witness to will of John Hacche alias Haccher, yoman, of Chevening, 23 November 1541 (P.C.C., 4 Spert).
Dns HU'FRID BARKER, CURATS DE AYNFORTH.
Dns HUGO WARNE, CURATS DE STANSTEDE.
Dus JOH'ES LEE, CURATS DE IGHTAM.
Das WILLS CULL, CURATS DE NOKOLTD.
Das THOMAS BYRKEHED, STIPE'DARIUS DE OTFORTHE.
Das HENRIC' BARLYLL, CURATS de Darnt.
Das HENRIC' BUCHAR, CURATS DE CREYFORD.
Dns RICHARDS BLAGGE, VICARIUS DE ORPYNTON.
Admitted 3 April 1525. Died 1541 (Arch. Cant., Vol. XIII., p. 385).
Dos PHELIPPUS METCALFE, CAPELLANUS DE GYLLYNGA'.
In a list of pensions dated 1556, printed in Arch. Cant., Vol. II., p. 62, occurs, "Philip Metcalfe, late incumbent at Gillingham, per annum vj"."
THE MANOR OF OLD SORE, NEAR
BY J. F. WADMORE, A.R.I.B.A.
THE Manor of Sore* is mentioned by Hasted as appertaining of old time to the Preston branch of the Colepeper family, and was held by them conjointly with the Manor of Oxenhoath, and the Manor of Great Hoo, by the yearly payment of a pair of gilt spurs. The remains of the old Manor
house of Sore is about five miles to the north-east of Tonbridge, and three and a half from the Borough Green Station on the London and Chatham Railway, in the parish of Wrotham.
It was visited by the Kent Archæological Society on the occasion of their Annual Meeting at Sevenoaks in 1871, and the salient features of interest were pointed out by *Hasted, vol. v., p. 23. + Ibid., p. 63. Archæologia Cantiana, Vol. IX., p. lxvii.