John Halke is a 12 x great uncle of mine, if I am correct about where he fits in the tree (I am by no means sure about this).
Line breaks are as in the register copy, not indicated by ‘/’ which are as in the document.
the yere of our lorde god mo CCCCC xix  I John
Halke of Hastynglegh make and ordeyne my
testament and last Will yn forme folowing
First I comend my soule to Almyghty god and
my body to be buried in the churche of Hastinglegh
within the high Channcell / And I bequeath to
the high aut[e]r ther for my tithes forgotten iii
leeders / Also I bequeath to the torche ligh xxd
Also to the making of a bell ther vi s viii d / Also
I wull that myn executour cause to be song for
my soule at the day of my buriall v masses
And other v at my monethis daie / Also I bequeth
to Johane my wif xii owes [ewes] and ii keyne [cows] / And the
residue of my goods not bequethid I put to the
Disposition of my Fadre Richard Halke whome I
make and constitute myn executour Wittnesse
Sir Herry Crosley p[ar]ishe pr[i]est
[to be transcribed]
 ‘Sir’ does not imply that Herry Crosley was a knight, but was simply the title given to priests as this time, like ‘Fr’ is sometimes now.
This is a transcript of the register copy of the will, archives ref: PRC 17/14 folio 94b (more details about source to be added to John’s page)
The original will appears not to have survived.