Thomas HATCHE [Parents] [scrapbook] 1 was born 2 about 1465 in Sellindge, Kent, England, United Kingdom. He died 3 about 1534 in Sellindge, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
THOMAS HACHE (Thomas, John.), of Sellinge, co. Kent, the testator of 1530 was born probably about 1465. He held the manor of Hodyford, was assessed as "Thomas Hatche the elder" in the hundred of Street, in the subsidy of 1524, and died between 12 Dec. 1530 and 31 Dec. 1534. The name of his wife has not been found, but six children are named in his will in 1530.
The Will of Thomas HACHE the elder of Sellyng besids Horton Monkyn, co. Kent, 12 December 1530. To be buried in the churchyard of Sellynge. At my forthfare in masses and dirges and in bread and drink to refresh the poor los. At my month's day in like manner 16s. 8d. At my year s mind in like maimer 13s. 4d. My executors to have masses and prayers sung for my soul and all Christian souls in said church for eight years. To the high altar 12d. To the Trinity light, Cross light, and Lady light 6d. apiece. To every godchild 6d. To Thomas Haehe, son of John and Elioner Hache, 40s., 20s. at the age of twenty-four and 20s. at the age of twenty-five, to be paid by my son John. If the said Thomas die within age without heirs, then it is to be paid to his sister Agnes, and if she die within age without heirs, reversion to my son John. To my eon John my best brass pot. To my daughters Agnes, Margarete, and Alice 6s. 8d. apiece. To my son William all debts he owes me and two silver spoons, and to his daughter Agnes Hache 6s. 8d. To Agnes, daughter of John Hache the elder my son, now dead, 6s. 8d. To Thomas Hache, John Hache the younger, Johane Hache, Agnes Hache, and Alice Hache, sons and daughters of John Hache, 6s. 8d. apiece. Residuary legatee and executor: son John Hache. Witnesses: Sir Robert Yong, vicar of Sellyng, William Harte, John Knyght, William Hache, and John Smythe. My last will regarding my lands. To William Hache my son my manor of Hodyford and all those parcels of land, viz., Hodyford Broke lying in three parcels, a parcel called Horselife, one called Hodyford grove with hemphaw and gardens, a parcel called perce gardyn, one called Stone regg, one called Sandpytts, and other parcel which he there now occupyeth of me, he paying for the same 20 marks, at the rate of 26s. 8d. a year until paid. To my son John Hache my new house with the lands thereto belonging and all my other lands and tenements in Sellyng, he paying there-for to Thomas Hache, son of John Hache late of Sellyng, deceased, 40 marks, as before specified. (Witnesses as above.] Proved 31 December 1534 by the executor, John Hache. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, vol. 20, fo. 4.)