Will of Nathaniel Sackett of Canterbury, Kent, 12 January 1681/2, proved in the Canterbury Archdeaconry Court, 20 December 1682 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-76-81). (Researched by Marion Sackett (from IGHS Tyler Collection)).

NATHANIELL SACKETT      [extracted from IHGS Tyler Collection Abstracts by Marion Sackett]
Dated 12 Jan 1681/2          Proved 20 Dec 1682
Gent.; of Canterbury

Son = John          5 broad pieces of gold     
Son = Nathaniell     5 broad pieces of gold          to be paid at age 21; each to be the other’s heir
Son = George          three 20/- pieces of gold     
Son = Samuel          5 guineas          
Wife = Anne      Sole executrix.     Rents & profits of all property until son John aged 21, so long as she remain a widow – reversion of Sacketts Hill in St Peters & St Johns to son John on her marriage or when he is 21. John to be sent to a university as soon as is fitting.
     After John inherits, Anne to have rents of property at Margate until son Nathaniell is 21 – then reversion jointly to sons Nathaniell, George & Samuel. Anne then to have £15 annuity out of Margate lands.
     Residue to Anne. Charged to be careful in education of sons.
Witnesses:     Seth FENNER, Charles DICUS, John EATON
[Added in a different hand:- (CML 20 Nov 1669 SACKETT Nathl. of Cant ba 31 & Ann TERRY sp 22 d. Michael TERRY who con.)]