The Last Will and Testament of Agnes, Countess of Pembroke, 1367

Agnes Hastings

Nee; Agnes Mortimer

Countess of Pembroke

(1317 – 1368)

Source: Testamenta Vetusta

Published in 1826

Transcribed by Nicholas Harris

Agnes de Hastings, Countess of Pembroke^, atmy house in London upon the Morrow ‘ after the Festival of St. Dionyse anno 1367. My body to be buried in the Church of the Minories without Aldgate, London, within two days after my death, without any other cost than a blue cloth and two tapers of ten pound weight; to that convent a pair of candlesticks of silver and twenty marks; to the Cathedral Church of St. David’s one entire suit of vestments of velvet chequered ; to the Priory of Bergavenny, where my Lord lieth buried, a suit of vestments of green cloth of gold; to John de Hastings, my son, a whole suit of red vestments of cloth of gold; to Joan, my daughter, the benefit of the marriage of Ralph de Grey stock, and also a bed with the furniture of her father’s arms; to Elizabeth Beauchamp; to Philipp. Chamberlayne; and Catherine Countess of Warwick, my sister.

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