Testament: To be buried in church of St Peters beside his father and mother.
To “my eldeste sonne Thomas Culmer my beste gowne, my beste iakett, my beste dubblett & my beste payre of hose.
Item I gyve & beqweythe my sone George Culmer my gowne that was my fatheres, my seconde chamlett iakett and my blew chamlett dublett.
Also I gyve & beqweythe to my yowngeste sone John Culmer my blak furde gowne & a iakett & a dublett of unwatered chamlett.
Also I gyve & beqweythe to Thomas my sone my maser cuppe parcell gylte.
Also I gyve & beqweythe to Margarete my wyfe to my sonne George to my sonne John & to my dowghter Adryane any of them two sylver spones.
Also I gyve & beqweythe to Margarete my wyfe halfe of my howsehowlde stuffe and the other halfe I gyve & beqweythe to my iii sones eqwally to be devyded betwyxte them.”
Residue to be sold to pay debts.
Wife Margaret executrix, sons Thomas, George and John executors.
Maister Blayksenden of Mownton theyr coadministrator & overseer.
Will: Margarett my wyfe shall have the tenemente & howse I dwellin with all the landes for the terme and space durynge her naturall lyfe and immediatly after the decease of the sayde Margarett my wyfe I wyll that Thomas Culmer my eldeste sonne shall have ytt in fee symple[.]
Also I wyll that the sayde Margarett my wyfe shall have immediately after my decease my tenement the landes apteynynge to the same lyenge & beynge att Brodestaier for the terme & space of her naturall lyfe & immediately after her decease I wyll that my sone George Culmer shall have yt in fee symple.
Also I wyll that my eldeste sonne Thomas Culmer shall have in fee symple my tenement & landes att george hyll [Churchhill][.]
Also I wyll that my sonne George Culmer shall have in fee symple my tenemente att Dmputon [sic] with thapptinances & all the landes att Mychelnas next after my decease in fee symple.
Also I wyll yt the sayde George my sonne shall have att Mychelmas next followyng after my decease iiii acere of landes cawled free landes.
Also I wyll that John Culmer my sonne shall have in fee symple my tenemente att Stone with all & syngular landes.
Also I wyll it the sayde John my sonne shall have att Mychelmas nexte after my decease certeyn landes I bowght of Alexander Norwoode and Wyllm Jenken in fee symple so that the sayd John my sonne shall owane[,] remytt and forgyve me all suche farme as I have receyved & taken upp for hys howse & landes yt Rycharde Eston occupyen & yf the sayde John wyllnott be so contented then I wyll sayde lande to be sowlde to pay the sayde farme of the sayde howse & lande yt ys behinde unpayde.
Also I wyll that the sayde John my sonne shall have att Mychelmas next after my decease an acer and a rodde of lande that I bowghte of John Heyman lyeng att Stone.
Also I will that Thomas my sonne shall have in fe symple iii aceres of landes[.]
Also I wyll that my dowghter Adryane Culmer shall have x £ sterlynge owte of my landes of Stone to be payde unto her att Chyrystenmas com twelvemonthe nexte after my decease fyve powndes sterlynge, and the other fyve powndes att Chyrystenmas then next followynge that.
Thes beynge wyttnesses of this my laste wyll & testament Sir John Lawson junior vycare, Thomas Norwoode, the elder. Thomas Gray, Thomas Collett, and Roberte Hunte