WILL OF ROBERT LINCOLN of Hengham, co. Norfolk. Dated 14 January, 1555-6. Dated 14 January, 1555-6. To be buried in Hengham churchyard. To my wife Margaret, my dwelling-house, land, meadows, and pastures till my son Richard is 21. If said Richard die before 21 without heirs, said property to revert to his sisters [not named] and their heirs for ever. My executors to have the use of my tenement called Pyxtonnes, 2 acres 1 rood land that was John Pytcher's, 2 acres land late Peter Cowper's, 1 rood land at Stumpe Cross in Hengham, 1 close called Broccles, till my son Richard is 21. My wife Margaret then to have the aforesaid tenement and land for life, with reversion to my child that is to be born, if it be a son, and his heirs for ever; if it be a daughter said tenement and land to revert, after my wife's death, to my son Richard, and he to pay the said child £30 at 21. To my daughter Katherine and her heirs a tenement in Thetford at 20. To my daughter Agnes and her heirs a tenement in Hengham sometime Frances Portmanne's, late John Jessoppe's at 20. To my son John £5 at 21. Residuary legatee, my wife Margaret. Executors: wife Margaret and Robert Alberye of Hengham. Witnesses: Sir Henry Goodram, priest, John Baretloo, and John Alberye. Proved 29 January, 1555-6, by the Executrix. [Arch. Norfolk, Vol. XV, fo. 137] 
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