Will of Parnell Sackett of St John in Thanet, Kent, 9 April 1657, proved in the Canterbury Prerogative Court, 23 December 1658 (National Archives, Kew, PROB 11/285 quire 705). (Researched by Marion Sackett).

Dated 9 Apr 1657     Proved 23 Dec 1658                     [Abstract by Marion Sackett]
Widow, St. John, Isle of Thanet

Burial at St John, near to late husband Edward SACKETT
Poor of St Johns                    £3
Marie SHARPE, my late maid = wife of John SHARPE £30 to pay for the funeral & £10 + black gown for self
Hannah MAPPALL dau of Thomas MAPPALL decd. £10 + bed & bedding + gown
Mary & Elizabeth MAPPALL               £10 each
Sarah dau of cousin Micheall SAMPSON     £10
Parnall & Maria, daus of cousin Parnell, now wife of ____ WILDBOARE               £5 each
Thomas & Michael, sons of cousin Margarett, now wife of John CHAMBERS of Monkton     £5 each
Edward, Richard, Matthew & Joane, children of cousin EMPTAGE of Minster          £5 each
Edward son of cousin John EMPTAGE the younger     20/- + a chest
Thomas son of cousin John EMPTAGE               £5 which he oweth me by my Bond
2 daus of Thomas EMPTAGE                    £5 each which their father oweth me by Bond
6 children of I___ EMPTAGE of St Lawrence dec’d     £5 each
Thomas & Daniell EMPTAGE, sons of cousin Daniel EMPTAGE dec’d               £40 each
Parnell, wife of George LONG               £10 to be paid to dau by former husband, Parnell JARVIS,
at age 21 or on marriage
Zacharie BILLINGHURST, cousin                         40/-
Susan & Marie, daus of cousin Zacharie BILLINGHURST dec’d          40/- each
Alice, now wife of Edward JARVIS                         20/-
John & Margarett, children of Edward JARVIS                    30/- each
Joane JADDS                                        gown & petticoat
Cousin GEEDERES 4 children, & Thomas MACKSON her sister’s son     20/- each
Cousin GEEDERES                                   20/- in gold
Mary dau of cousin Richard FOWLER                         £10
Richard FOWLER                                   Residue. Executor.
Witnesses; Stephen GREEDIER, Thomas WATTE