|Father||Edward Sackett (mid- to late 1400s-in or after 1531)|
Richard was named in his father Edward's will made in St Peter in ThanetG in January 1531.1 He was to inherit his father's tenement and lands at Church Hill, St Peter in Thanet, after his mother Johane's death.
Richard did not long survive his father. He made his own will at St Peter in Thanet on 13 January 1532/33.2 He requested his feoffees to sell his barn and land at Church Hill. He made bequests of ewes to two godsons and left money to the children of Robert Lidderard who, with Richard Aland, was executor of the will.
Dated: 13 January 1532/33.
Proved: Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, 28 January 1532/33.
Source: Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-19-286.
Testator: Richard Sakett, single man, son of Edward Sackett of St Peter in Thanet.
To be buried at St Peter.
Poor people, 8d.
Godson Nicholas Kempe, 2 ewes.
Godson Nicholas Pofett, 1 ewe.
Thomas Lidderard, 2 ?.
Edward Lidderard 17d.
Johanne Lidderard, 16d.
Children of Robert Lidderard, ?.
Children of ___ Sakett, residue of goods.
Feoffees to sell barn and land at Church Hill bought from Richard Aland and sell to Robert Lidderard at same price; and to sell other lands to highest bidder.
Executors: Robert Lidderard, Richard Aland.
Witnesses: Willm Cobbe vicar of St Peter, Thomas Pyrs?, Thomas Kempe, Richard Norwood priest, with others.
Notes & Citations
- Will of Edward Sackett of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, January 1531, proved at Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, (probate date not known) (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-19-136).
- Will of Richard Sakett of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, 13 January 1532/33, proved at Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, 28 January 1532/33 (Kent Archives Office, PRC 17-19-286).
|Last Edited||19 Sep 2019|