From: Virginia Settlers and English Adventurers, by Noel Currer - Briggs
p. 333, Wills
#13 John Wormeley
13 Feb 1570/1
Proved: 23 Mar 1570/1
John Wormeley of Arksey, York. "My friends to preserve me to my life's end in this Catholick Faith". To be buried at Arksey. To my son Francis, my son John and my son Samuel, each a silver spoon. to my brother Alexander Wormeley a black coat. Whereas my brother John Alderson owes me 110/- I forgive him half, he to pay the other half at Michaelmas next. To the child within my wife's body, L3.6.8d. To Katherine Hodchone a black calf. Residue to wife Isabel. Supervisors: Robert Ussher, William Cockyn. Witnesses Robert Ussher, clerk, Vicar of Arksey, Robert Ussher, William Jermine, John Banye.
p. 319, wills
Proved: 1 Jan 1637/8
Roger Townsend. To William Townsend of Gorlestone, Suffolk, Yeoman, house in Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk. Payment to John Alberson. ......