Calendar of Wills Proved and Enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 2, 1358-1688. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1890.
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ANNO 23 HENRY VI.
Stile (John), senior, vintner.—To be buried in the churchyard commonly called "Pardonchirchawe," near S. Paul's Cathedral Church. To John Stile junior, vintner, his son, and to Margaret, wife of the same, his leasehold interest in a hostel called "Pouleshede," (fn. 1) situate near Poulescheyne in the parish of S. Gregory, held under the Dean and Chapter of S. Paul's. To Helena his wife for life, if she remain chaste and unmarried, he leaves a certain tenement in the parish of S. Mary Magdalen in Oldfisshstrete, saving a chamber therein for the use of George Stile his son. Also to his said son the reversion of the said tenement in tail; remainder to John his son in tail; remainder to John Stile his brother in tail; remainder in trust for sale, the proceeds being devoted to the ornaments and works of the parish church of Heston, (fn. 2) and to the relief of the poor of the said parish. To the Dean and Chapter of S. Paul's he leaves certain shops in the parish of S. Bartholomew the Less (fn. 3) in the Ward of Bradstrete, in aid of a chantry founded in S. Paul's Church for the soul of Sir Thomas Evere, a former Dean. (fn. 4) Dated London, 14 August, A.D. 1442.
Roll 173 (10).
Trillowe (John), senior, chandler.—To be buried in the church of S. James de Grarlekhithe according to the terms of his will touching his movables. To Sir William Huntyngdon, the rector, churchwardens and certain parishioners of the above church, a certain tenement in Knyghtriderstrete in the parish of H. Trinity the Less, in aid of a chantry in the aforesaid church for the good of his soul, the souls of Johanna his wife, Thomas Coffyn, Johanna and Isabella, wives of the same, and others. Also to the same certain rents in aid of a chantry for the souls of Thomas de Okham, William Venour, Mabel, wife of the same, and others. Dated London, 21 March, A.D. 1439.
Roll 173 (17).
Stoke (Ralph), grocer.—To Sir Thomas Wollor, the rector, and churchwardens of the church of S. Mary Bothehawe, an annual rent of eleven marks issuing from lands and tenements in Cornhill and Birchenlane in the parish of S. Michael upon Cornhill and also in the parish of S. Leonard in Estchep, on condition they maintain a chantry in the church of S. Mary aforesaid for the good of his soul, the souls of Hugh Fastolf and Johanna, wife of the same, Paul Boteler, John Jesors and Agnes, wife of the same, and others, in manner prescribed. In default the rent to go over to the rector and churchwardens of the church of S. Swithun for like purposes; remainder, in case of default, to the church of S. John upon Walbroke, with further remainder to the Mayor or Warden of the City and Chamberlain of the same for similar pious and charitable uses in Guildhall Chapel. Dated London, 10 May, A.D. 1445.
Roll 173 (39).