William was named in the 1479 will of Hugo Sakett of St Peter in Thanet.
William made his will at St Peter in ThanetG on 7 March 1497/98. He left his tenement and lands to his wife Margaret during her widowhood, with reversion to his son Henry at 21, then to sons, in order, Martyn, and John.1 One of the executors of his will was Robert Sakett. The will was proved at Canterbury on 24 April 1498.
Date: 7 March 1497/98.
Proved: Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, 24 April 1498.
Source: Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-7-24.
Wife Margaret, tenement & lands during widowhood.
Son Henry, tenement & lands at 21 if mother Margaret deceased or remarried.
Reversion to brother Martyn, then brother John.
Henry to pay Martyn and John 5 marks.
Executors: Robert Sakett, & two others.
Children of William Sakett and Margaret ___
Notes & Citations
- Will of William Sakett of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, 7 March 1497/98, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, 24 April 1498 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-7-24).
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