Lincoln Wills: Volume 3, 1530-1532. Originally published by British Record Society, London, 1930.
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The testament of Jane Brodlay [of Bonby].
[L.C.C., 1520–31, f. 375d.]
7 June, 1532. I Jane Brodlay of Bonby makes my testament. My body to be buryed in the churche yerde of st Androy of Bonby. To the high altare of st Andro of Bonby for tentes forgottyn xviijd. I wytt to our Lady of the northe hyle iiijd. I wyt to the high altare of our mother church of Lincoln vjd., and to the warke of the same church vjd. I wytt to the church warke of st Andro of Bonby a quarter barly. The resydue of all my goodes I will that they be devydyd emong my iiij chyldren in equall partes, that is to say to Robert, Jamys, Johan, and Margaret, by the syght of indifferent persons, so that one have no more then another. The resydue of all my goodes I gyff to the disposicion of Robert my sonne, whome I make my executor, and that he dispose for the well of my soule by the syght of William Brodlay my sone my supervisor. Wytnes heroff, sir John Hygdon vicar ther; Robert Hornsy senior; Robert Williamson; with many mo.
Proved before P., at Lincoln, 5 July, 1532.