This is the transcribed will of Thomas Buckner of Longcombe, Oxfordshire, England, 1610 (Oxfordshire Record Office 194.174; 4/2/22)

This will has numerous scribal errors and also fails to name an executor, which might be why there's no notation of probate. This Thomas was probably a son of Christopher Buckner, named in the will of his brother Walter Buckner. He is one of around a dozen Thomas Buckners known to live in England during this period, four of whom left wills between 1587 and 1648. It's worth noting that the witness Humfrey Willoughby has the same name as a witness of the will of Henry Buckner of Eynsham 64 years earlier. Certainly not the same person, but perhaps father and son.

I've tried to preserve the line arrangement so anyone who wants can compare this to the original image. I don't claim perfection, and there are some things that can be interpreted different ways. The notation {ER} and such indicates a superscript abbreviation. These are common in period documents, though sometimes they can be a little idiosyncratic.

Date of will: 8 Jul 1610

Probate: none given

People named in the will:

In the name of god Amen the eyght daye of July in the the yeare of o{r} Lord 
god one thousand Syx hundred and tenne And in the Eyght yeare of
the Raigne of o{r} most gratious Lord kyng James By the grace of god kyng
of England France and Iorland kyng Defender of the fayth &c & of Scotland
fortie three, I Thomas Buckener of Longcombe in the countie of of Oxford
Laborer Beinge sycke in bodie but of parfet mynde and memory the Lord
be praysed therefore Do make this my Last will and Testament in maner
and forme following, Fyrst I bequeth my soule in to the hands of Jesus
Christ my Redeemer and saviour by whose merits I hoppe to be saved &
my bodie to be buried in the parrishe church yeard of Longcombe __
aforesayde Item my will is that my wiffe Margaret Buckener shall have my
howse in Longcombe with my Close thereto belonging & other comodities thereto
Appertayning During her naturall lyffe. Item I gyve my howse in Longco~be
wife the Close thereto belonging with other comodities thereto Appertayni~g [this line is a scribal error]
to my Daughter Anne Buckner to her and her heayers Lawfully begotten
of her bodie And for wante of Issue of my Daughter Lawfully begotten
of my Daughter Anne Buckner to remayne to her next heayer of my name
The Rest of my goods I gyve unto Margaret Buckner my wiffe and to
Anne Buckner my Daughter equally Devided betwene them witnes to
to this my last will and testament Humfrey Willoughby minister Larrenc~e
Browne and Nicolas Judge