9984. Henry VOYCE
was born about 1503 in Horsham Sussex.(545)
Henry is left considerbale lands and rents in his father Richard's Will
He died on 13 Sep 1550 in Horsham Sussex.(546)
SRS Vol 56, Lay Subsidy Rolls 1524-1525.
Harry Foys is listed under The Southstrete in the Borough of Horsham, Sussex for £26.13s.4d. His mother Elizabeth is listed for £53.6s.6d, but is said to be "decayed" by £14 altogether.
Will prob. 18 March 1550/1 PCC (Bucke folio 9)
Will transcribed by Paul LeRoy
In the name of God Amen the xxxth daye of July in the year of our Lord God, a thousand five hundrede and fiftie I Henry Voyce of Horsham, Sussex the elder
In primis I will to Jane my wife syx of my best fetherbedds with all things thereto belonging tenne byen, five oxen.
Item I will to Henry my sonne three fetherbedds with all thinges thereto belonging, foure byen, fyve oxen, All the rest of my bullocks I will to be gyfted between Jane my wyfe and Henry my sonne /
Item I will to Roger my sonne one fetherbedd with all things thereto belonging
Item I will to Elizabeth Bishop my daughter xvi shillings iii pence And to her three children tenne shepe to be gifted amongest them /
Item to Margaret my daughter to her mariage xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence /
Item to Elizabeth my daughter to her maryage xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence /
Item to Mary, my daughter for her maryage xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence Yf any of the said Margaret Elizabeth and Marye lyve to the age of xx yeres unmaryed then I will their mony to her or them so lyving to be paid to her or them at their full age of xx yeres.
Item I will to Roger my sonne when he comyth to his full age of xxi yeres xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence /
Item I will to John my sonne when he comyth to his full age of xxi yeres xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence /
Item I will to Bryan my sonne when comyth to his full age of xxi yeres xiii pounds vi shillings iii pence / Yf any one or more of my said daughters dye before they come to their full age of xx yeres not married or if any of my sonnes dye before they come to their full age of xxi yeres unmaryed then their
bequests to bevoyd and of no value /
Item I will to Jane Ball my ...? over and above her wage twentie shillinges
Item to John Benet my ....? on and above his wage xiii shillings iii pence/
Item to Richard Bett my ..? fyve shillinges /
Item to Henry Charpe my ...? xiii shillings iii pence /
Item to Elizabeth Borne? my ..? two shepe and tenne shillinges of money /
Item to Margaret Harmay? my ...? tenne shillinges /
Item I will to the poore mens boxe of Horsham, Sussex twentie shillinges /
The rest of all my plate, juells brasse pewter and money and other household stuff I will hole to my wyff and she theren to reward any one or more of my said children as she pleases /
Item I will to Henry my sonne all my propertie or parte of all the wood that I bought of Mr. Polsted in Stenyng or Asherst
Item I will the charges of my bequests I will to be by v.d? taken and paide out of the profite and
revinyes of all my leases and of all suche lande as I have by date of feoffment gyven to all my younger children beside myne heyre / The rest of all my goodes not before willed and all the advantage and revenues of all my leases and debt that are oweing to me / I will and bequeath to Jane my wife and Henry my sonne whom I ordeyne and make myn executors they then will to
paye all my bequests to paye also all the debts that I do owe and the rest to gift? as they then be left / Item I will to the said Jane my wyfe and Henry my sonne all the profits and revenyues of all the lande and tents? gyven by date? from my heir? to any of my younger children, tyll my said
younger children come every of them to the full age of xxi yeres /
Item I will to William Voyce my nephew twentie shillings
Item I will to Elizabeth Lysted my nyce twentie shillings /
Item to Henry Lysted the sonne of the same Elizabeth five shepe /
Item I will to Henry my sonne sixe pewter platters shoe? pewter dyshes sixe ....? and my gild sylver salte sixe payre of sheets to houshold ...? and one brasse pott / one panne /
Item I will to Bryan my sonne my house with the garden thereto belonging with all the appurtenances set lying and being in the ..? strete? of the boroughe of Horsham, Sussex now in the occupying of Richard Smyth to have and to hold to hyme and his heyre and assigns from the tyme herewyth to the full age of xxi yeres and to further forever / and also lykewyse the shope? with the chamber lorde? Brunces? that are here as he..? ....? to praye for me and they therwith to re..? them ....? i shilling iii pence by theyr discretions of Roger Potter one of them /
These bering wytnes Thomas Bradbridge gentleman Henry Patching prest Roger Potter my lorde? Brunces? Richard Mychell of Colstaple and Christopher Pylcherd with other.
Thos will was proved at London on 18 March 1550/1.
More About HENRY VOYCE:
Burial: 13 Sep 1550, Horsham, Sussex8
Occupation/seat: 1549, Keeper and under-steward of house and park of Chesworth, also assistant to Sir John Sherier, clerk at the forge in the Forest of Worth.9
Property own/leas: Had Langhurst under father's will 151410
Public Office: 1546, Overseer to John Hall of Horsham, Sussex10
Will/inventory/pro: 30 Jul 1550, Will prob. 18 March 1550/1 PCC (Bucke folio 9)10
He was married to Jane UNKNOWN about 1528 in Horsham Sussex. (547)
9985. Jane UNKNOWN was born about
1505 in Unknown.(548) Children were:
i. Roger VOYCE was born about 1529 in Horsham Sussex. (184) He died on 9 Jul 1569 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
ii. Margaret VOYCE was born about 1530 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
iii. Henry VOYCE was born about 1531 in Horsham Sussex. (184) He died on 8 Aug 1552 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
iv. John VOYCE was born about 1540 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
v. Elizabeth VOYCE was born on 8 Sep 1543 in Horsham Sussex. (184) She died in 1562 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
4992 vi. Bryan VOYCE.
vii. Mary VOYCE was born on 18 Oct 1546 in Horsham Sussex. (184)
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