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William Borwusshe

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Birthplace: Egerton, Kent, England
Death: Died in Egerton, Kent, England
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Son of Richard Borwassh and Agnes
Husband of Marion
Father of Gylberte Burwashe; John BURWASH; Nicholas BURWASH; George BURWASH; Thomas BURWASH and 2 others
Brother of Agnes BURWASH; Julian GIRDILLARD; Nicholas BURWASH; John BURWASH and Harry BURWASH

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About William Borwusshe

Bequeathed “two peces of land called Stone Peufield and Westfield” by his father, 1491; of Egerton; died 1496; will dated 26 February 1495/6, proved Consistory Court of Canterbury, 17 May 1496:

“This is the last will of me William Borwusshe of Egerton, made the 26th day of February the year of our Lord God 1495. First I will that Marion my wife shall have and occupy and the profits take and receive of my principal messuage and lands without strip or waste which I bought of Richard Borne of Egerton unto the time my two sons Gilbert and George come to the age of 20 years and then my said two sons take the profit with condition that they make a sufficient surety to pay to Marion my wife with term of her life 20 Shillings yearly to be paid and when my foresaid 2 sons come to the age of 22 years. I will that my feeoffees Richard Wanden, George Pemyll of Egerton, Richard Borwasshe of Egerton and Richard Pryton of Esfrynge shall deliver the foresaid messuage and lands in fee simple to my said two sons fulfilling the foresaid condition. And if any of my said sons die without heirs of those bodies lawfully begotten within the age of 22 years each of them to be without heirs, and if both of them die within the foresaid age of 22 years without heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten then I will Marion my wife shall have and occupy my foresaid messuage and lands all the term of her life without strip or waste… the lands of the… after the decease of Marion my wife I will the foresaid messuage and lands to my two sons called Nicholas and Thomas to their heirs and their assigns forever. Also I will that Marion my wife shall have and occupy the two chambers in the South West end of my forsaid messuage all the term of her life when she is a widow… she…a widow keeping…at the foresaid term of her… Item I will that my forsaid feoffees shall suffer Marion my wife to have and occupy my messuage and lands set and lying at Fythyforstall behind Heny Lane without… and waste unto the time Nicholas my son come to the age of 20 years and then the said Nicholas to take the profit under the condition that the foresaid Nicholas make a sufficient surety to pay to Marion my wife yearly all the term of her life 7 Shillings 8 pence quarterly to be paid and when the said Nicholas come to the age of 22 years the feoffees shall deliver the said messuage and lands in fee simple to the said Nicholas fulfilling foresaid conditions and if the said Nicholas die within the age of 22 years and have none heirs of his body lawfully begotten then I will that the said messuage and lands remain to my sons John, Thomas, Gilbert and George for ever. Item I will that my foresaid feoffees shall suffer Marion my wife to have and occupy my lands the which I purchased of John Peron of Egerton without strip or waste unto the time that Thomas my son come to the age of 20 years and then I will that Thomas my son shall take the profit of the foresaid land with the condition that he make a sufficient surety to pay to Marion my wife… term of her life 6 Shillings quarterly to be paid and when the said Thomas come to the age of 22 years than I will that my feoffees shall deliver the foresaid lands to the said Thomas my son in fee simple fulfilling the foresaid conditions and if the said Thomas die within the age of 22 years without heirs of his body lawfully begotten then I will that the foresaid lands remain to my sons John, Nicholas, Gilbert and George for ever. Item I will that my foresaid feoffees shall suffer Marion my wife to have and occupy my lands in the dene of Elmherst unto the time that John my son come to the age of 20 years, and then he to take the profit of the foresaid lands with the conditions that he make a sufficient surety to pay to Marion my wife 6 Shillings 8 pence quarterly to be paid all the term of the said Marion’s life, and when the said John come to the age of 22 years the said feoffees shall deliver him the said lands in fee simple fulfilling the foresaid conditions. And if the said John die within the age of 22 years without heirs of his body lawfully begotten than I will the foresaid lands remaine to my sons Nicholas, Thomas, Gilbert and George. Also that Marion my wife shall deliver to my foresaid feoffees the…of £10 to which I have ordained and bequethed to my two daughters Agnes and Katherine and if the said John Borowyshe my son do to still (?) and have need of the said £10 or any part thereof then I will that my said feoffees deliver to the said John Borewasshe as much of the £10… shall be made for him. And when John my son come to the age of 22 years to pay or make a sufficient surety to my said feoffees for as much as he hath received of the foresaid £10. And if the said John die or will not pay as much as he hath received of the £10 to the foresaid feoffees then I will that they hold and sell as much of the lands that I have delivered to the said John by my wife as he hath received in £10 or in the… of the foresaid sum of £10. And if my sons die, that is to say John, Nicholas, Thomas, Gilbert and George, without heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten then I will that all the foresaid messuages and lands remain to my two daughters Agnes and Kathryn to them to their heirs and to their assigns for ever. And that if the said daughters die and have none heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten then I will that the foresaid all my messuages and lands be sold after the expenses of my foresaid feoffees or their assigns and the money thereof delivered to best… in priest singing in the said church of Egerton, and £10 needful to the said church to… marriage and to foul ways, and in other works of charity.”

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William Borwusshe's Timeline

1476
1476
Egerton, Kent, England
1496
1496
Egerton, Kent, England
1507
1507
Faversham, Kent, England
1507
Faversham, Kent, England
1508
1508
Egerton, Kent, England
1509
1509
Kent, England
1511
1511
Egerton, Kent, England
1512
1512
Egerton, Kent, England
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Egerton, Kent, England