THOMAS DE COBHAM
(abt 1285 – 1367)
Source: Medieval Kent Wills at Lambeth – Book 25 Page 554
Transcribed by, Leland L. Duncan
13 of the Kalends of January 1367. To be buried in the parish church of Blessed Mary Magdalen of Cobeham. To Sir William, Master of the Chantrey of Cobham and his companions celebrating there 100s. To Sir John de Cobham Knight, Lord of Cobeham a horse. To Sir Reginald de Cobeham my brother, rector of the church of Coulyng a red horse. To Robert Roos a gown furred with ‘Beure’. To John Prykke a long cloak. To Simon my chamberlain a short cloak. Residue to be distributed to poor persons at the discretion of my executors, whom I ordain Juliana my wife and Sir Reginald rector of Coulynge and Sir Richard of the church of Clyne Pyford in Co. Wyltes.
Proved 14 Kaln. March 1367 in the parish church of Maydestan by Sir Reginald rector of Coulynge executor with reserved power for the others. The deceased is styled “Thomas de Cobeham domicellus
Source: Testamenta Vetusta
Transcribed by, Nicholas Harris Esq
THOMAS COBHAM. Thomas tie Cobham ‘, 13th January 1367 ^ My body to be buried in the parish Church of St. Mary Magdalen at Cobham ; to the chauntry of priests there c shillings ; to my brother John de Cobham, Knt. Lord Cobham a horse; to my brother Sir Reginald de Cobham, parson of Cou-linge, a horse; to Julian my wife.