Will dated 11 Jan 1552, proved 16 May 1553, by John Talbam, notary, on behalf of the Exors.
"Christyn Borlasse, widow, in the parish of St. Wem," - [thither, therefore, she had retired on her husband's death]
"To father Enys a cowe" - [i.e. if the pedigree is correct, to her first husband's father]
"My grand-daughter Christyn a shepe."
"To Arthur Whaye 1s.
"To Jane Walter 1s.
"My god-daughter at Berlasse, and another at Rosemonym, 4d. each."
"Maryon my servant a petticoat."
"The residue to my six children, - William, Edmond, Walter, Frances, Elizabeth, and Margaret: and they Exors."
"Witnesses: Sir Thomas Bawdyn, vicar, William Borlasse, and John Herrye."
The Genealogist, Vol. III - a quarterly magazine of genealogical antiquarian, topographical and heraldic research, Walford D. Selby (ed.), London, 1886, p. 63
The Visitations of the County of Cornwall - with additions by Lt.-Col. John Lambrick Vivian, Boscawen of Tregothnan, p. 47.
Christian married Thomas ENYS.
Christian also married Walter BORLASE of Newlyn, son of John BORLASE of Borlas-Frank, St. Wenn and Margaret KINGDON. (Walter BORLASE of Newlyn was born est 1482 in Newlyn, Cornwall and died about 1551.)