Probably William Fayre.
Witness to the will of John Whyte 1501. John Whyte's widow, Agnes, becomes William's daughter in law when she remarries to William's son Richard. John Whyte's will mentions a bro. Hen. and his children. John mentions his other brother by first and last name and also lists his children by given name and last name. Because of this distinction in the will, bro. Hen. could be John Whyte's brother in law. It would not surprise me if bro. Hen was Henry Fayrey. William Fayrey who witnessed the will would be a brother to this Henry. Agnes, the wife of Henry, would be Agnes Whyte.
In the following record we learn that William Fayrey's wife Agnes married an Illyng after his death and that she dies shortly after being remarried. The document mentions an Alice Illyng. William Illyng's will of 1524 Thornborough, Buckinghamshire, mentions his wife Alice. It would make sense that Agnes was married shortly to this William Illyng and then he married Alice.
25 Jan. 17 Hen VII (1502/3)
PRO E 41/83
Transcribed by Pam Bott
In his Indenture made the 25th day of January the 17th yere of the reign of oure Sov(er)aign lord king henre the 7th bitwene oure same sou(ver)aign lord the king on the oon ((one)) partie And Ric((hard)) Morley late of *Westpury in the county of Northe ((Northampton)) William ffarre late of *Morend ((Moor End)) in the same countie And Agnes his Wif late called Agnes Illyng & John king of *Claydon in the countie of buk ((Buchinghamshire)) & dionise his Wif on the other p(ar)tie Witnesseth that the said Ric((hard)) William & Augnes his Wif John king and dionise his Wif have bargained and sold the day of the making of their presentes unto our said sov(er)aign lord all such landes & ten(emen)tes with their App(er)tenn(an)ces whiche they or any of them jointly or cev(er)lly Have or in the right of their said Wifes or Any other p(er)sones to their uses have lying Within the bo(u)ndes of the feld & hamelett of Powkesley ((*Puxley)) in the countie of North(amp)ton to have & hold to oure said sov(er)aign lord & to his heirs & his Assignes for ev(er) And the same p(er)sones & ev(er) of them coven(a)nteud and grannted to oure seid sov(er)aign lord by their p(re)sentes shall doo & suffer to be doon for the suertie of the said landes & ten(emen)tes with their app(ur)ten(a)nces to be hadde & made to oure seid sov(er)aign lord to his heires & Assynes When they or eny of theym shalbe their unto sev(er)ally required by *ffeoffament ffyne recoverd or other Wise as shalbe Advised by the lerned Counsell of oure said sov(er)aign lord All the costes & charges of oure same sov(er)aign lord And also they & ev(er)y of theym sev(er)ally shall doo and cause their Wifes to doo & suffer to be don sev(er)ally for dischargyng of ev(er)y of their sev(er)all rightes in the same As shalbe Advised by the lerned counsell of oure seid sov(er)aign lord And also the seid p(er)sones sev(er)ally shall deliv(er) that is to say ev(er)y p(er)sone for his p(ar)te to oure said sov(er)aign lord or to such p(er)sones As he Woll (will) assign all such chart(er)s and eny *dentes which they sev(er)ally have for their sev(er)alles interestes in the p(re)miss or Any other to their sev(er)all uses have conc(er)nyng oonly the said landes ten(emen)tes And An Inspexciun ((inspection))under the sealles of other credible p(er)sones As the Counsell of oure said sov(er)aign lord shall advise making pleyn mension of the londes & ten(emen)tes afore remembred sold And of the other landes & ten(emen)tes conteyned in the same dede or dedes not sold for the whiche bargain & sev(er)all sales in forme aforesaid on the p(ar)ties of the rehersed p(er)sones Well & truly to be hadde made & p(er)formed to oure seid sov(er)aign lord & to his heires & Assignes in forme remembred oure same sov(er)aign lord by the handes of Ric((hard)) Einson (or Enison or Emson? I think it is Einson.) gent hath paid to the seid p(ar)ties sev(er)all _____ines (there's a fold in the document here) of money as heraft(er) foloweth that is to sey to the seid Ric(hard) Morley for his p(ar)te of the same Which is for an Acre & An half of errable land 15 shillings 3 pence and to the seid William ffarre & Agnes his Wif for their p(ar)te whiche is for the *moite of 8 Acres of errable lond whiche moite with an other moite of the seid 8 Acres of lond they late held with oon William kyrkeham And Elizabeth his Wif 30 shillings And to the seid John kyng and dionys his Wif for their p(ar)te which is for the moite of 11 Acres of errable lond which moite with the other moite of the seid 11 Acres of errable lond the seid John and Agnes held with Alice Illyng 10 Pounds 1 shilling 3 pence whiche sev(er)alle so(o)mes ((sums)) the seid p(er)sones sev(er)ally for their sev(er)alles p(ar)tes & Intt(er)estes in fo( r )me aforesaid receyved of the seid Ric((hard) Einson ((or Enison, Emson)) Att the seallyng of thes p(re)sent Indent(ur)es in full *contentacon & paiement of the seid bargain & sale of which so(o)mes of money rehersed to the p(er)sones above named paid the seid p(er)sones knowlech ((acknowledged)) theym self to be therof sev(er)ally truely satisfied content & paid by thes p(er)sones by the handes of the seid Ric((ard)) Einson In Witnes wherof the seid p(er)sones above named to the oon p(ar)te of their p(re)sent Indent(ur)es have sev(er)ally sett their sealles And to the other p(ar)te of the same Indent(ur)es the kinges highness hath co(o)mannded his *preve seall to be sett to the day & yere abovesaid
*Westpury is not a parish in Northampton. Spelled “West Pury”, I found it in “British History Online” as being a manor in 1284 in Paulerspury, Northampton. Moor End (also found on “British History Online”) is also a manor in the 1400's in Potterspury parish in Northampton. It reads, “The manor of Moor End in Potteryspury parish had a number of copyhhold premises in Paulerspury comprising 10 separate holdings representing the medieval manor of Plumptonpury which had descended with Moor End since the mid 14th century.” There is also a Moor End castle in Northampton in the 1500's.
*Claydon-Not sure which Claydon he is referring to in Bucks. It could be Middle Claydon, Steeple Claydon, or East Claydon, all parishes in Bucks. They appear to all be ancient parishes. (Genuki)
*Puxley is a township within the northern part of Passenham parish in Northampton. It appears in Doomsday Book divided into two small estates. (Brirish History Online)
Definitions of these words obtained from Dictionary.com:
*feoffment: a grant of lands as a fee; the instrument or deed by which hereditaments are conveyed; the grant of a fee
*dentes (dints): interchangeable with “means” in the expression, “by means of”
*moiety: a half; a share, portion; one of two parts
*contentation: content' satisfaction
*preve: to prove; proof