Probably son of Henry.
Will and probate of Henry Feyry of Shefforth. 3 Jan., pr. 24 Jan 1522/3. (2: 6)
Burial in churuchyard of All Hallows in Camelton (Campton); for his principal as is customary; to high altar of Camelton for tithes and oblations forgotten 12d.; to mother church of Lincoln 2d.; to the maintenance of the bells in CameRon 12d.; for two new torches there 10s.; for two new torches for chapel of St. Michael in Shefforth 10s.; to Dane (Dom) John Rackett subprior of Chyxsand (Chicksands) to sing a trental for testator los.; to the friars of Bedford 10s.; to cousin [?]Gromon a friar of Dunstaple for a trental 10s.; for a vestment to maintain the service of Almighty God in the chapel of Shefforth 33s, 4d.; for a convenient priest to sing for testator in Camelton church for half a year 4 marks.
Wife Beterys to have tenement in Shefford where testator lives for her life, reversion to his daughter Johan and the heirs of her body, in default to the use and maintenance of the chapel of St. Michael in Shefforth, and his (coffees are instructed to hold his properties to these uses.
To daughter Johan 2 chaffing dishes, a latten bason, a pewter pot, a salet, a little posnet, a pair of cobbards, 4 pewter dishes, 3 brass pots and a posnet, a great brass pan and another brass pan with a band of iron, a “Tynkkers” kettle, 4 candlesticks, a featherbed, a mattress, a salting trough, a table and a form, a plain coffer, a bedstead, 2 coverlets one yellow the other with flowers, a chair, a painted cloth, a pair of sheets “flexen and harden”, 2 table cloths, 2 towels and an aumbry. The residue of his household stuff to his wife Beterys.
Exors, wife Beterys and William Stockes, to whom his residue, Witn. sir Alyn Ewe, parson of Camelton, sir John Woodward priest, George Flynders, Edward Johnson, Thomas Warner.