ANNO 13 HENRY VI.
Monday next before the Feast of S. Giles, Abbot [1 Sept.].
Caundissh (John), "brouderer." (fn. 1) —To be buried near Matilda his late wife in the church of S. Margaret de Lothbury. To Thomas, Rouland, and Henry his sons he leaves divers furred gowns, a covered piece of silver marked with swans (signis) and another covered piece marked with eagles, and the implements of his craft. Also to Thomas his son certain tenements in the parish of S. Mary de Vanchirche in tail, on condition his said son impeach not his executors of waste committed on his lands and tenements in the county of Suffolk; remainders over. To Alice his wife his hostel called "Yvihalle" in the parish of H. Trinity aforesaid (fn. 2) (sic), together with tenements in Hoggenlane in the same parish, for life; remainders to his aforesaid sons in successive tail male; remainder to the rector and parishioners of the church of H. Trinity aforesaid for pious and charitable uses. Dated London, 8 May, A.D. 1433.
Roll 163 (64).
||1 H. Trinity the Less.