The will of "Alicia Wetenhale vidua existens apud Bury Sct Edmundi" was dated 4 October 1458 and proved on 19 October 1458. She bequeathed a long list of items to her daughter Katerine and her sons John and Thomas (no surnames). She bequeathed to her sister Johanne Cave(?), and to several other people, some of them in religious orders. She also made several bequests to religious establishment including some in London.  
Boyd's Inhabitants of London states: 
Name William Wetenhale of S. Mary Woolchurch
Wife Alice Elinbridge dr resh(?)
Profession etc. citizen & grocer Alderman 1438-1451
warden 1427, 1433, 1439, 1440, 1446, 1447
will of Alice 1458 PCC 24&25 Stokton
Died 1457 Buried S Mary Woolchurch
Will 1457 Hustings II 531 wife Alice: PCC 16 Stokton
William = Margaret Hexstall dr & heir of William Esq.
Margaret = John Colville GR 19386
 Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858, PROB 11/4/266, Stokton, [AncestryImage].
 The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Wills and Letters of Administration, PROB 11/4/266, Stokton, [UKNationalArchives].
 Boyd's Inhabitants Of London and Family Units 1200-1946, [FindMyPastImage], [FindMyPastRecord].