|Sir Ingelram "Ingram" Percy|
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Will of Sir Ingram Percy-
IN the name of God, amen. The vjth day of June, in the yeere of our Lord God a thousand five hundredth and xxxviijth, I Inggram Percy Knyght of lauful mynde and parfite remembraunce make my Testament and last Wille in this maner and fourme following First I geve and bequeth my Soule to Almighty God and to his blissed Mother our lady Saint Mary and to all the holy company of hevyn and my body to be buried w'tin the Church of Saint Anne and Agnes in the high Chauncell before the Sacrament of Saint Anne aforesaid Item I bequeth to the high Awter xxvjs viijd Item I bequeth to my funeral expenses as my Lord Preveyseall and my Lord Maiour thinke necessary according to my power as my Ser'unts can certefye Item I bequeth to my Doughter twenty pounds the whiche twenty pounds I will that my Lady my Mother shal haue the vse thereof w't the Childe vntill she be of laufull age Item I bequeth to the moder of the said Childe twenty nobles Item I will that my Ser'unts shalhaue their wagis paid according as they haue s'rved and a quarter wagis beside yf my goodes wille extende Item I bequeth Tristram my Sr'unt the Leasse of the tithe of Aubell in the parishe of Warkworth Item I bequeth to Richard Gill the tithe of Rock with the Leasse Item I bequeth vnto William Wright the Leasse of the tithe of Stanforth Item to Humfrey the tithe of Acclyngown Item to John Anderson the tithe of Nether Buston Item to Parcyvall Galone the tithe of Renyngton Item to William Elden the tithe of Craster Item I bequeth to Roger Taillour the tithe of Dunstane Broghmayns and Broke Felde Item to Robert Crafforth the tithe of Falowdon Item to Raufe Corbe the tithe of Brunton Item I bequeth to the men aforesaid blak Cote. Item I bequeth to Sir John Glyn a blak gown Item to Davy Luntley thre yards of blak Clothe Item I bequeth to Maistres Blaknoll xls. Item I bequeth to my hostes Davey Cappers wife xxs Item to Maister Cawdwall a gown Item I bequeth to Sir John Glynne xls to pray for me Item to Will'm Wright a Gelding that comyth up for hym Item I bequeth to Tristram and to Richard Gyll the tithe of Newton by the See. Item to Rauf Korbut xxs The residue of my goodes moueable and vnmoueable my debts and bequests paide I geve and bequeth to Tristram Brathwett and Richard Gill my Ser'unts and theym to be my Executers and Overseers of the same Will I ordeyn and make my Lord Maior of the Citie of London and he to a bonet of velwet w't aglets of Golde and my Lady my mother a Tablet of Golde Item I will that my s'runts shalhaue my goodes distributed amonge them at the discrecion of myn executours and overseers. In witnesse whereof I the said Inggram Percy haue putte my hande These being witnesse John Glyn Preest and Curat there Will'm Elvyden with other. Rauf Caldwall, John May.
Probatum fuit test'm suprascripti Defuncti hentis dum vixit &c. xxjo Die mense Marcij Anno D'ni Mill'imo quingen'mo xxxviijo apud London coram &c. Jurament' Tristrami Braythwait p'sonat'y p'ntis et Ric'i Gill in p'sona D'ci Tristrami procur' sui &c. Executorum in h'moi testo noiat Et Comissa fuit admistraco oiu et singl' bonorum juriu' et creditorum d'ci defuncti prefatis executorib' de bene et fidel'r administrand &c. &c. - Regist. 26 Dingley in Car. Prerog. Cant.
Henry Algernon Percy (1478 - 1527)
Katherine Spencer Percy (____ - 1542)
Isabell Percy Tempest*
St Anne and St Agnes Churchyard
Greater London, England
Plot: High Chancel
Created by: Todd Whitesides
Record added: Dec 01, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101558365