These wills are from a variety of sources – some from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, and others from county record offices. Most of the wills have been transcribed to include all the names mentioned, but not necessarily all of the details of what each person received, so please see the originals for complete details.
Reynolde, John, gentleman of Gray’s Inn, Middlesex
Daughter Mary, under 21, unmarried
Nephew William Reynolde, son of my brother William Reynolde
Servants Edward Hunt and Edward Maddington
All the other sons and daughters [unnamed] of my brother William Reynolde
Brother Edward Reynolde
Father-in-law Mr James Altham
Brother John Barne
Servant John Rycande
John Baker, brother of Thomas Baker: land bought from Thomas Baker to John, as long as he pays executors £150.
Executors: Mr James Althum, Master William Winter, Mr John Barne, Edward Hunt
Witnesses: John Barne, Edward Hunt, William Conway, Edward Wadlington
Written 23 Nov 1567, probate 4 March 1567/8
Transcriber’s notes: Mary, the testator’s daughter, married William Derehaugh of Gedgrave in 1584 at Latton.