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Co-Executors: Margaret his wife and William Sanders his brother. Others named: Elizabeth Loward his mistress, and sole legatee. Mary Houghton his sister, wife of Robert Houghton, and their daughter Martha. Witnesses: Timothy Richbell; Edward Jacson, public scrivener; Solomon Parsons his servant; Michael Frisby. Family members named: Luke Sherman and Frederick Sherman her sons, Frederick to have ‘all the wares weights and Scailes belonging to my Shopp’. Overseers: Timothy Richbell, Robert Buckland, and Robert Lower. Bequest to the poor of Bisham in Berkshire, and of Paris Garden and Clink Liberty. Witnesses: Ralph Barton; Robert Drabulls; Thomas Wrightson, scrivener; William Tutchiner (his mark), Richard Scott (his mark), Thomas Russell (his mark), Thomas Skinner (his mark). Edmund Ballard and John Ballard, beadles of the Company of Ironmongers. Margaret Streete his sister, wife of Richard Streete, and their children Joan, Ann, Anthony, and Margaret Streete. [Reference: TNA, Prob.11/63, ff.222v-224r (register copy).] He mentions no trade, but leaves his barge to John Cutler. Overseers: John Brinkess of Bisham; William Whitehorn of London, clothworker; and William Knight and Richard Scarlett of St Saviour. Others named: Mr Bolton and Mr Butler, preachers at St Saviour. Has a copyhold at Roberts Bridge, and another in Sandy Marsh bought of Humfrey Cheeke. Henry Smith of Guildford, his brother; Henry's wife Joan; and their three children Henry, Sarah, and Agnes Smith. His nephew and niece William and Elizabeth Skevington. The grandchildren of his great-uncle Sir William Skevington. The children of his late cousin Thomas Skevington of Nottingham, including his base son Thomas.
Nicholas Morton and James Archer, ministers at St Saviour. Another bequest to the churchwardens of Bromley to build an alms house. [Reference: TNA, Prob.11/169, ff.152r-153r (register copy).] Testator is sick in body. Has a messuage in Princes Street in St Giles in the Fields.