Joan died 1 in 21 ??? 2008 in of Boughton under Blean, Brendley, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Joan married Thomas PORREDGE.
9 July 1557 - the will of JOAN PORREGE of Boughton under the Blean, county of Kent, widow, late the wife of Thomas Porrege... to be buried in the churchyard of Boughton nigh where as my husband lieth there.., to the poor box 12d... on my day of burial 20s. value of meat, drink and cheese for the poor... to Samuel Bayer 4d... to every of my godchildren 4d. . to Rebecca and Helen my son Thomas Potter s daughters 6d. apiece.. to William Porrege and John Porrege 4d. apiece.. to Gabriel Porrege 6s. 8d., they being the Sons of Rich~rd Porrege... to my daughter Joan now the wife of Thomas Reyner of Lenham my violet gown purfled with otters and a kerchief.., to Alice roy daughter the ‘wife of Thomas Potter my second gown of violet, a rayle of the best, a kerchief and a neckerchief... Annes Porrege the wife of Richard Porrege my round gown of violet, a rayle and a kerchief... to Robert Porrege s wife a kerchief... to John Porrege s wife a kerchief, and to old mother plummer 12d., a smock and a workday apron... I give and bequeath to Peter Thro wley and his wife ...... to John Marshall of Boughton and his wife ...... to old William Edward s widow 4d... to John Stylles widow 4d. and a petticoat... to William Jackson and his wife to him 4d. and to her a smock... to William Porrege roy son my round violet gown ‘with black lining, a worsted kirtle and a red petticoat, a rayle, a kerchief, a woman s hat & a woman s cap, a kerchief and a smock, a towel myled, a saye apron, 4 platters, 2 porringers, 2 saucers, 2 latten can die -sticks, a saltcellar, a pan of a gallon, á skillet, an under-cloth, a featherbed, a truncheon, one blanket, my green coverlet, a ship chest, 2 pillows, 2 pillow coats whereof the one be braunched ‘with black silk and the other with ‘white, 3 pair of sheets whereof 2 pair are fine with ‘white seams and the other a. good pair ‘without white seams, and also to him a black seamed sheet, 2 table cloths, the one myled ‘with black and the other a plain white of four yards long or more, 4 napkins, whereof 2 are of diaper and the rest plain, one cow and 40s. of money... to Stephen Porrege my son my gown of violet lined with bustles with cuffs of velvet, roy kirtle of worsted upperbodied with right black satin, my best petticoat, a smock, a cap, a kerchief, my best rayle, and a hat for a woman, a kerchief and apron of blacki.ussells,my harnessed girdle,a pair of beads with 19 stones pumiced & gilt of silver, a ring of silver, a pin of silver the best red gilted, 2 spoons of silver the best, 3 table cloths whereof one is diaper containing 4 yards in length and 2 of breadth, and the other 2 strekyn cloth good, and a towel myled, 4 napkins whereof 2 diaper and the rest plain, 4 pillowcoats whereof 2 are plain white, another braunched with silk and the 4th likewise braunched and spangled with gold, my best black seamed sheet, & five pair of sheets whereof 4 pair are hook seamed and the other plain, 2 kine, 40s. of money, my best bed as it now standeth with all that belongeth thereto, my best coverlet and all other things and implements before not bequeathed. And if any my said sons William Porrege or Stephen Porrege happen to decease before they or any of them shall happen to receive these my bequests without issue, then to survivor or his issue, then to n-iy other children s children, males and females indifferently.... executors to be Stephen Porrege my son, and Thomas Potter my son in law, and my son John Porrege my overseer, he to have 20s. for his labor, same to Thomas Potter...to Benett Rayner 6s.8d. and a red petticoat and a pair of coarse sheets.., to Alice Potter my daughter my green girdle ‘with pendants of silver. ..to my goddaughter Joan Porrege l2d.., to mother Potter 12d. and an apron... to Margery Feld a smock and an apron.., to Mary Vidcot the daughter in law to William Jackson an old russet petticoat., to Joan Bullece the wife of Thomas Bullece an apron.
Witnesses: Hamond Shrubble, Richard Ince and Thomas Bullere. Proved 24 December 1558.