The son of WILLIAM & AGNES AYLETT, he was a yeoman and his will was written July 27, 1581. He requested to be buried in the churchyard of Rivenhall or Kelvedon.
He made bequests to the poor in different parishes.
To his wife, MARGARET: land called More Land in Kelvedon, £100, cattle, half of the moveables, and a tenament called Graces.
To eldest son, Richard: my lease in Cressing.
To son, Leonard: Elmesfield and Sewerland, a lease in Black Notley.
To son, Robert: my lease in Coggeshall.
To son, William: my lease of a tenament in Mayland called Bovells and tenements in Mayland Southminster and Steeple.
To son Thomas: lease of a meadow in Rivenhall, a tenement in Rivenhall called Black Mere and a meadow called Bayes.
To son, John: the other half of moveables and the lands bequeathed to my wife after her death and £100 at age 21.
To daughter, Susan, wife of Edward Samroes: £20
and each of her children to have £6.13.4.
To John, Thomas, EDWARD & Susan Lambe, the children of my daughter ELIZABETH, deceased, late the wife of John Lambe: £6.13.4 each.
To Judith, daughter of my brother Thomas Aylett: £6.13.4.
Supervisors: my brothers George Raymond [his brother-in-law of Braintree, a grocer] and Thomas Aylett [his natural brother of Leaden Roding].
He also mentions a brother, Robert Aylett.
William Aalett Ault Aylett (1500 - ____)
Margaret Aylett (1527 - ____)*
Elizabeth Aylett Lamb (1552 - ____)*
Giles Aylett (1566 - 1642)*
St. Mary and All Saints
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Feb 18, 2011
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