Extract of
Clement Mylam Will
 

November 11, 1496
CLEMENT MYLAM, being of whole mind, by his Will of this date bequeaths his soul to Almighty God, to his Mother Mary, and all saints of heaven, and his body to be buried in the Trinity chancel within Kingston Church, on the north side of the said church, by the wall. He bequeaths to the mother church of Winchester 4d., and the following legacies in connexion with Kingston Church:

To the high aulter of Kyngeston aforeseid for any tithes forgoten ... ... ... ... viť viijd
Item to oure Lady Lighte ... ... ... ... xijd
Item to oure Lady Lighte of Pitie ... ... ... xijd
Item to the rode lighte of Comforte ... ... ... *vja
Item to Saynt Jamys Light ... ... ... ... xijd
Item to Saynt Kateryn Light ... ... ... ... xijd
Item to Saynt Xpofer's Light ... ... ... ... xijd
Item to Saynte An tony es Light... ... ... ... iiijd
Item to Saynte Sithes Light ... ... ... ... vjd

After two small legacies he wills to his wife Margaret, for life, two tenements, late Hilondes, in Hethen Street, Kingston; and all his other lands, tenements, rents, reversions, and services, &c., in Kingston, with the reversion of the tenements left to his wife, to the Wardens and brothers and sisters of the Fraternity of St. Trinity, Kingston, for an obit and a priest for their chapel, &c., and as more particularly mentioned in reference to the chapel and fraternity.

The residue of his property he leaves to his wife and John Hosey, his executors, to dispose of at their discretion, as they thought best to please God, in seeing him honestly buried and for a month's mind and to see his debts paid " as they will answere fore and discharge me a yenst God."