This is the transcribed will of Thomas Buckner, of St Olave's parish Southwark, Surrey, 1649 (UK Public Record Office Catalogue Ref:Prob/11/207)

I have no idea who this is, and the will isn't particularly informative. It's not exactly a real will either, but rather a donatio mortis causa, an old common law equivalent of a "transfer on death." These were mainly used for simple estates with only a few legatees. From the lack of complications, I would assume that no land was part of the estate. Thomas may also have been illiterate or at least unable to write, as he used his mark. He's probably the same Thomas Buckner who was buried on Jan 14, 1648/9 in St. Olave, Bermondsey.

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: 29 Oct 1648

Probate: 18 Apr 1649

People named in the will:

Know all men by these presents that 
I Thomas Buckner of the parish of Saint Olives in Southwarke as well in consideration
of the great charge, tendernesse and care, which Samuell Hall Feltmaker and Alice his
wife have at all time expressed unto me and my wife Since our coahbitation with them, as also
for other good considerations me especially moving, have given granted and confirmed and by
these presents doe give grant and confirme unto the said Samuell Hall and Alice his wife of
the parish of Saint Olives aforesaid their heires Executors administrators and assignes all my
whole estate of goods, cattells, implements housholdstuffs. And all my money coyne, bills, bonds
Debts, Leases, and goods as well reall as personall moveable of unmoveable whatssoever. And to
aske --- demand and receive all such debts or sumes of money as are owing by any person or
persons^ the same to keepe and retaine theire heires Executors ^& Administrators forever, provided   ^to me the said Thomas
allwayes that while I live I shall and may have use, and occupie all my said goods and                Buckner [Owe?]d
housholdstuffe anything herein conteyned notwithstanding. And also that debts and bonds
aforesaid shall during my life for my necessary subsistance be at my comand, but after my decease
whatsoever remaineth of the pramissed I doe freely and irrevocably give unto the above named
Samuell and Alice Hall forever. In witnes whereof I doe unto theise presents sett my hand &
seale, this nyne and twentieth day of October Anno Dmi One thousand sixe hundred forty eight
and in the fouer and twentieth yeare of the reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles King of
England &c The mark of Thomas Buckner. Sealed and delivered in the presence of Thomas
Hide et mr Hen: Wintershud[?] Snr

Decimo octavo die mensis Aprilis Anno Die mill{es}imo sexcentesimo quadragesimo nono
Emanavit Domicilio Samueli Hall et Aliciae Hall eius uxori principalibus Legatar{is?} no{m}i{n}at{is} in
testamento dicti defuncti h{ab}entis dum vixit et mortis suae tempore bona iura et credita in Diversis
Diocesibus sive iurisdictionibus sufficient{a} ad fundand{am} Juris{dictio}nem Curiae Praerogativeae Ab ad{min}istrand{o}
ig{itu}r bona iura et credita ipsius Defunct iuxta tenorem et eff{ect}um testamenti ipsius Defunct Eo quod
Dc{?}s Defunct nullum in eodem nominaverit Executorem. De bene et fideliter administrando eadem Ad
Sancta Dei Evangelia in debita iuris forma iurat Exam{?}