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Bishopstone Copyholds in Survey and Rental 1778



Document held at Chippenham Record Office ref cc/Bishopric 10/2
[my comment]

Survey numbers 1 ~ 34


  A Survey of the Manor of Bishopston in the Hundred of Ramsbury and County
  of Wilts held of the Bishop of Salisbury. by the Trustees of the Rt. Honable. Henry Richard Lord Hollard for the
  Lives of His Lordship, the Honble.: Mifs Fox His Sister and The Honble, Charles James Fox, under the reserved Rent of
  Seventy Pounds P Annum.
 
Particular
a   r   p
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

1a







1b






The Rt Honble.
Wm. Lord
Craven






1c
All that the Mansion or Manor House of Bishopston being
a large old Building with
Outhouses and stabling for 21 Horses, two Walled Gardens
well planted with Fruit Trees
a Greenhouse and Fishpond
containing in the whole

The Court Orchard
The Wildernefs
The Drying Yard




All that Capital Mefsauge or
Tenement and Farm called
Rufsley with the Garden and
and Paddock cont. 57a 0r 9p
, the Wildernefs or Coppice
17a 2r 12p and the Cowleaze
cont. 54a 0r 7p







3   2   20

0   3   10
1   0   26
·   2   16
________
6   0   32
________









   2   6









5   ·   ·
 







Daniel New
Elisha New

& Wm son of
Thos Povey



Wm Ld. Craven
Eliz. Lady
Craven and
The Honable. Wm
Craven their son








38
12
dead
19




32
20

5ms








25 Sep 1781 PL. to Daniel New for 3 lives Cons.25 Gns.





27 May 1760 PL to Wm
Clower Esq for 2 lives Cons.
Rents & Conts..
19 Dec 1763 PL to Jno
Cooper & Tho Roche for their
Lives Cons. a Surrdr of 2 lives
28 Jan 1771 PL to Wm Ld
Craven for 3 lives Cons.a
surrdr. of Tho Roche's life
& 420 G.

Tenants
Names
Particular
 
Remarks

























2
The Capital Mefs or Tenement and Farm called
Bishopston Farm with the Barns Stables and other
out Buildings thereto belonging which with the
Garden Orchard and two backsides contain ...
Upper and Lower Lanis with Lords Mead, Meadow
Pasture and Down Land
Arable Land
[later entry]
(By Custom, half to Con[tain] every yd when the
[?] half is fed by the Town Cattle except each part
as the [?] exn hitch for which he takes Sheep
Leazes of the Tenaiots at 1d each & for every 3
Sheep [soars]an Acre

Besides 2 Little Coppices containing together

NB. The Lower Hilly Ground cont. 6a (being part
of the above) with the Reeve Acre in Lords Mead
not included in the Lease to Spicer (the same
being in Mrs Willoughby's pofsefsion) but has since
recited the same at Y. [?] Ara. as Tenant at Will
which is so to be continued by Abra. Edmonds



2   3   37
83   0   30
546  1  0
425  1  0
________
1057  2  27
________




2  3  30
________
1060   2   17
________
Moses Spicer, tenant to Lady Day 1779 at 300 G.
PAmd. PLease
Abraham Edmonds PLease from Lady day 1779
for 12 Years at 362 G. P Amd, Tenant discharging
all Rates and Tith, not to plough any of the
Meadow or Past.(Except 10a part of Chalks)
not to mow any Meadow but once in the same
Season, to opend the produce upon the same,
Hay and Wheat Straw except, not to sow mow
than 20a hitching in the last Year, to entertain
the Stewart twice a Yr. or allow 3 Gas. a time,
not to have any thing to do with the Hedges but
allowed 700 of Faggots Yearly worth 20s a
Hundd., Tent. repairing the Dead Hedges having
First allowed within 5 Mile to repair the Gates
Stiles & walls having rough Timber allowed,
Landlord discharging the Land Tax & keeping the
Buildings in repair except Windows & Barres
floors which the Tenant is to repair & find Straw
for thatching the Mowstaddles being the
Landlords the Tent. to keep them in repair
[entry written in pencil]
Mr Edmonds has Cons'd Dowe 6a part of the
Chalks [? rest of image unclear]

[Lady Day is the 25 March]

  Copyholds
Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks






Thomas Anger












John Grist




Whatley
Jno Smith



3
One Close of pasture in Eastbrook called Hitchen Close
cont half an Close part of two
Yard Lands and four mefs's.
& four Yard Lands with the
Appurtenances lying in Eastbrook formerly in the
tenure of Henry Phillips the
Elder & late of Tho Taylor Clerk
in right of Penelope his wife
(formerly Penelope Restall)
And also one Close of Meadow
called Townsend Ground
adjoining to Sharplands heretofore in the tenure of Sus.
Hull Widow and late of the
sd. Tho Taylor
By Mr Willington's Survey this Estate contains  69a 0r 10p
[later entry in red ink, most of image faint]
The above [?] No.309 of the plan [?]
[later entry in pencil]
This is called Townsend in the inclosures Act
[entry in pencil]
John Anger









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58   11   9









1   1   4
Tything
Silver
·   ·   6






·   10   ·





Thomas Anger
John his son
and
Eliz. his Daur





32 ad
6
 
8
9th Feb 1735 On Surrdr. by Wm Harding for his own Tho. & Cath. his Son & Daur's lives
to Hen. Restal Penelope his
wife & John Pinnell for their
lives forthe Fine agreed on
30th June 1742 Penelope
Restal oathauges Jno
Pinnell's life for Wm Restalls
Fine agreed on 20 G.
2 Aug 1745 Tho. Taylor &
Penelope his wife Surrds. for
the above 2 lives to Tho Anger
for his own John his Brdr. &
Eliza. Pope his sisters lives
Fine agreed on
20 Apr 1763 Tho Anger
Surrdrs the above 3 lives &
takes for his own Jno & Eliz.
his Son & Daur. Cons £84
25 Sept 1805 Ann Anger
Widow admitted

John Smith purch'd. this
1 April 1834 & 1720 - 1a 1r 4p



The same
One Mefsuage and three Yard Lands within the Apports in
Westbrook formerly Townsends afterwards Hulls and late Parrs
Mr Willington's Survey 104a 0r 20p


[later entry in pencil]
This is called West End in the inclosures Act
[entry in pencil]
John Anger




40  ·  ·
65  1  6



1  4  4
Tything
Silver
·  ·  7





·  6  ·




Thomas Anger
John his son
and
John Kent Junr




50 ad
21
 
1
14th Oct 1734 Wm Hull
Surrdrs. his Re[?] Estate for his life after Geo Townsend
& Margt. Hull his Daur takes
the same Re[?] for her own & Robt. her brother's lives
Cons 120 G.
12 Jan 1741 Geo Townsend
Surrdrs. his pofsion for life
& Margt. Porter (formerly
Hull) her Re[?] for her life
and Jno Farr an takes for his
own Lawrence his Brother &
Tho. Anger lives Cons 120 G.
23 Sept 1778 Tho. Anger
Surrdrs. his own life & with
Jno his son as joint
purchasers take for their own
lives & Jno Kent son of Jno
Kent of Bourton
25 Sept 1805 Ann Anger
Widow of Thos. admitted

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks



Thomas Anger




Joseph Smith

5
All that one Yard Lands with
Appurts in Eastbrook
formerly in the pofsefsion of
Wm Hull then of Althea Hull
and late of John Pope in the
sd. Copy particularly divided
[entry in pencil]
John Anger



10  ·  ·
15  5  ·



·  5  ·
Tything Silver
·  ·  1½



·  2  6
Thos. Anger
John his son
and
Eliz. his Daur





Jos Smith
Wm Milsman
Tho. Anger
37 ad
9
 
11 ad





32
13
2
29 Jul 1747 PCopy to John
Pope for 3 lives. This agreed
on
18 April 1785 Jno Pope
Surrdrs.3 lives & J Anger
takes for 3 lives cons. 30 G.
25 Sept 1805 Ann Anger
Widow of Thomas admitted

1 Ap 1834 granted to Jos
Smith for 3 lives Fine 480 G.



The same







Thos. Merriman





6
All that Mefss and two Yard
Lands with the Appurtenances
formerly Jas. Norris's &
afterwards Ann Norris's his
Widow for her Widowhood
Mr Willington's Survey
40a 2r 32p
[entry in pencil]
Ann Anger



22  ·  ·

33  19  3



·  11  ·
Tything Silver
·  ·  3



·  5  ·
Thos. Anger
John his son
and
Eliz. his Daur







Thos. Baverstock
Merriman
Wm Clark Merriman
Nath. junr Merriman
42 ad
13

15 ad








31

28
 
24
2 May 1769 Edmd. Norris
Surrdrs. his own life aged 67
Yrs and Tho. Anger takes
for 3 lives Cons, 240 G.
29 Apr 1770 Thos. Anger Junr
these premises to the use of
John Anger his son - Thos.
Widow therefore not entitled
to her Widowhood as in the forgoing Estate 3.4.5.

30 Nov 1833 to Thos. Merriman for 3 lives Fine 1367.10.0

Job Buttler














Thos. Pound
from
Mary Dixon
One Mefs one Cottage and
one Yard Lands with the
Appurts in East Brook
Thos. Merriman

30 Nov 1833


The Paddock (see particular
Survey) - page 10 - sold by
Jas. Wilson to Wm Puzey -
subject to Dame Butlers
Widowhd. Jas Puzey takes
for the lives of himself
and sons. 19 Apr 1799

12 Apr 1819 - Lives ad.
J Pound & Theresa Puzey Fine £6

14  7  ·

·  7  1
Tything Silver
·  ·  5

·  2  6








James Wilson
Charles Wilson
and George Wilson his Bro.


Jas Wilson
Jno his son
Eliz. his Dau
after Eliz. Buttlers Widow








22
25
27





42
9
10
26 Oct 1727 Saml. Buttler
takes a [Reversconary] Estate
for his son Job after his own
life & Christopher
Job Buttler admitted on ye death of 'topher in 1774 and
Eliza the Widw. admitted in
1784
11 Apr 1755 The Revn. is
granted to Mrs Ann
Willoughby 32 and Mary
her Daur 4
[crossed out]



20 Apr 84 ask Mr Wilson 89
G[a]s. for 2 lives after Mrs
Wills 6 Job Butler Widw. & 22
Sept 84 ask'd Browning £70
2 May 86 ask'd Mr Wilson
£130 for 3 lives after ye Widw.
he declined & promised him
ye refusal after ye Widw. if
no one purchased before
23 Sept 1788 C to Jas Wilson
for 3 lives Cons. £120
Apr 1809 C Jas Wilson exchange One Life for Cons.
£80 adding 1 life

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
Prebend

George Wilson








8
One Mefsauge or Tenement
and one Yard Lands with its
Appurts in Westbrook late in
the tenure of Samuel
Shepilthrup als Tucker by
whose death the same came
into hand
C Willington Survey 16.2.12



10  ·  ·



·  3  4
Tyth of
Silver
·  ·  3



·  2  ·


Sus. Wilson
George Wilson
and
Chas Wilson
wife & son
of Naph.
Wilson
James Wilson
& Son of Naph.


26 ad

6

4


8
24 Sep 1767 PC to Sus.
Wilson for 3 lives
Cons 157.10s by Christopher Buttler [?]
19 Sep 1775 Naph. Wilson
puts in Jas his son
Cons. 30 Gns.


in 75


Jno Kent
Tarrant

John Buttler









Benj.
Jacobs
2's of
Prebend






9
The Moiety of One Yard
Lands with Appurts lying in
Westbrook formerly Samuel
Buttler's afterwards Jas
Buttlers and late Mary
Buttler's for her Widowhood
PCopy dat. 27 Oct 1698







All that Mefs. with its
Appurts lying in Westbrook
within the Manor of the
Prebend formerly Sam.
Buttlers afterwards Jas
Buttlers & late Mary Buttler's
for her Widowhood
Copy dat. 24 Feb 1698
[entry in pencil]
J K Tarrant

 - New Survey Page 12




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7  10  ·




·  6  8
Tyth of
Silver
·  ·  3







·  ·  4
























Jno Kent
Tarrant
Catherine #
Irwin
Charlotte #
Irwin






John Buttler

Benj. Jacobs
Benj Jacobs #
Thos #
58

15

14







ad

47
9
17
# Daur's of John Irwin of
Oxford Street
17 Feb 1755 The Half Yd
Lands granted to Mrs
Willoughby for her own &
Daur's lives
25 Sep 1781 Mrs Willoughby
admitted (dead)
24 Sep 1804 Copy to Jno
Kent Tarrant for
for 3 Lives Cons £160

admitted in 1763 dyed in 1777

# his sons

1 May 1781 PCopy to Ben.
Jacobs for 3 lives
Cons. 25 Gns.


John Brind

























Rebecca Somerss
4 [?]

10
One Yard Lands Commons
and Premifes with the Appurt
in Westbrook formerly in
profsefsion of Mary Harding afterwds. of Robt. Harding &
late of Jno Bridges in right of
Ann his wife PC dat. 19 Jan
1729
Willington's Survey 37a
[messy entry from here]
22 Sept 1790 Copy granted
to Thos Brind son of Jno Brind
deced & Ann Wife of Edwd
Smith Junr of Wo[?ly]
Yee[?dly] for the lives of
John Smith son of
Timothy Smith Junr transfering
[?]
aged 5 Yrs Cons. £400
of sd. Thos Brind aged 16 Yrs
and sd. Edwd Smith 16 Yrs

John Bridges dying before the
former bargain was
executed whereby the same was void
5 Apr 1831 Lewis, Wm
Simond & Thos, Brind & John
Simond 4 Yd fined £96
[entry in pencil]
Mr Simond

















15  ·  ·

in 1790
lef at
18  ·  ·

22  2  10


















·  13  ·
























·  2  ·







John Brind
John Bridges
Dorothy
and
Wm Bridges











[entries
crossed out]

Thos Brind
Ann Brind
Wm Bridges
Thos Brind
Edwd Smith
[end]

Thos Brind
Edwd Smith
John Smith
36 ad
28 ad
is Wid.

24 ad













16
20
42
18
25


18
26
5
and Wid adm.

admitted 22 Sep 90

4 May 1753 Copy to John
Bridges for 3 lives after cons.
a Sum agreed on
9 May 1770 John Bridges
& Ann his wife Surrder. for the
lives of themselves John &
Wm their Sons & Jno Brind
takes for those 3 lives
Cons. 20 G.
27 Sep 86 ask'd Mr Brind £50
to add a life
27 Apr 88 on Surrdr. of Jno
Bridges & Wm Bridges
regranted toTho & Ann Brind
for their lives & the life of Wm
Bridges Cons. 40 G.
23 Sep 88 Wm Bridges dying
some days before the above
bargain was made it co'd not
be carried into execution on
wch. acco't ask'd only 120 G.
to be add 2 lives wife was
not accepted
21 Sep 1790 three lives added after Dorothy Smith
Widowhood Cons. 200 G.

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks


John Baker
in Abt his
wife formly.
Hannah
Spencer

Walter Cue


Wm Brown



11
One Mefsuage and one yard
Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook formerly in the
tenure of Mary Taylor Widow
Mr Willingtons Survey
24a 3r 0p


25 Oct 1814 Lives Walter Cue
& Eliza Cue [unable to read image] £97
27 Ap 1813 John Brown 14
Wm Brown 12 Jno Brown 6
- Apr 29 Re[?]



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20  7  ·



·  5  1
Tyth
Silver
·  ·  3




·  2  6

Hannah Baker
19 Jan 1729 Mary Taylor on
behalf of Hannah Spencer
(daur of Cornelious Spencer &
Sarah his Wife) Jno Taylor for
Son takes an Estate for their
lives after for Widowhood sd.
Sarah's life
21 when Eliab Wilson's life
added
22 Sep 84 Ask'd N. Wilson £130 for 2 lives
26 Apr 89 Ask'd T Anger
140 G. he bid 120 Gns.
John
Chowles















Joseph
Smith


12
One Toft and One Yard Lands
with the Appurts in Eastbrook

Mr Willington's Survey 13 a 3r



8  ·  ·
11  19  4



·  7  ·



·  2  6
John Chowles
Cath his wife
and
John their Son




Wm Chowles
admd 7 Apr 89



Hannah
Chowles


Joseph Smith
John Smith
[Danie]ll Bye
68 ad
68 ad

ad




37








25
27
18
4 Apr 1733 On Sion of the lives
of Cath. Chowles Wife of John
& Ann Harding Daur's of Wm
Harding. Jn Chowles & Cath.
his Wife John Harding take for
the lives of Cath. & John
Chowles & John Chowles their
Son Cons. 21 3
26 Sep 1769 Wm Chowles
takes for his own life in Res[?]
after his Far. & Mor. Cons.
31 G. 10s

admitted taken Widowhood 4 Oct 1811 died 22 Sep 1816 - by which intt[?]

27 Mar 1826 Jos. Smith for 3 lives Cons. 460 — rt 7/-
Jane
Chowles
and
Thomas
Chowles


































13
One Mefs and one Yard Lands
in Eastbrook & one Close
called Hearh and one other
Yard Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook and 5 Acres and
half of past. in Crophill and four
Acres of Land in Sidlerdown
P Mr Willington's Survey
39a 1r 10p







[entry in pencil, image faint
in parts]

In hand by the death of Jane
Heath
corn valued [?]
Saunders Ridge
15 . 3 . 8    22 . [?] . [?]
[?]
7 . 3 . 30    17 . 1[?] . [?]

[entry in red ink image faint
in parts]

Wm Brown
Walter Cue
Jno Belcher
[?]




22  ·  ·
33  19  10




















Rent

£6 5s
     5s
£1
£4 4s
________
£12 18s




·  12  10
Tyth
Silver
·  ·  6




·  5  ·



Thos Chowles
Junr after
Thos Chowles &
William
Chowles
in one Moiety
& Jane
Chowles after
Thos
Chowles
Wm Chowles
in ye sd.
Moiety



ad

ad






ad

ad
Thos Chowles & Wm Chowles
who lets the whole of there
[?] for their own lives PC dat.
28 Oct 1795, on behalf of John
Son of sd. Thos & Jane daur of
sd. Wm at the Court held
19 Jan 1729 takes the same
pieces in Resn. after their own
lives one moiety to sd. Jno &
the s. moiety to sd. Jane
22 Sep 89 now Jane Heath
admitted
2 Nov 1754 Tho. Chowles adds
Thos his Grandson in a moiety
after his own & Wm Chowles
Cons. 22 G.
[entry in pencil]
30 Apr 1812 Heaths Yardlands
sold to Wm Brown for 3 lives





[entry in red ink image faint
in parts]

Lease [?] Brown 11 & J[?]
Brown 5.
for 3 lives[?] 26 Oct 1835
Fined £750
[?] Richard Jones [?]
Lease [?] Merriman 22 [?] 30
& [?] Portes Belcher the
Fined £90
Merriman 18 Fined £450

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Henry Curis
Ruth Jones
Edwd Curtis

















Thos
Merriman
Edwd Curtis






14
All that half Yard Lands
Commons and premifses with
the Appurts in Eastbrook
formerly in the pofsefsion of
Henry Green













[entry in red ink]

[?] Downfields Gate  2  ·
2a [?] Downfields Gate  1  4
                                  ____
                                 £3  6
retained for the above
½ Ydlands


8  11  8


·  3  ·
Tything
Silver
·  ·  6


·  1  3
Geo Curtis
Wm  #
Henry  #







Richd Jones
Mary Curtis
Edwd Curtis

Edwd Curtis
Mary Curtis
Richd Jones






ad
ad
8











27
30
55
#  his son's
21 Nov 1751 C to Geo Curtis
for 3 lives
27 Sep 1771 Henry Curtis
admitted
19 Sep 1798 C to Richd Jones
    for lives
24 Sep 1804 C to Edwd Curtis
by Surrdr from Richd Jones


10 Sep 1790



28 Sep 1804


[entry in red ink]
20 Nov 1820 T Merriman takes
upon the Surrdr of Cehes !
[abbv for Charles ? ] Curtis for
Cehes's & his sisters lives
28 Nov 1835 to Edwd Curtis for
adding the life of Geo Curtis
his son aged 28 years to those
of himself and Mary his Sister
fine £34


Chas.
Presey
Curtis



15
All that small piece of Ground
cont. abt. 20 poles currently
called a Cote (now two Cotes)
in Eastbrook bet. the Houses
of Cas Pinton and the Widow
Thatcher formerly in the tenure
of John Keep






3  10  ·







·  ·  1







·  ·  ·
Geo Curtis
Chas Precy
Curtis
and
Henry Curtis
Son of sd Geo
50 ad
4


8
21 Nov 1751 C to Geo Curtis
for 3 lives


The same








16
All there five Acres of arable
land in Eastbrook (Viz.) three
Acres part therof lye in the
Middle Field and two Acres
Lye ag. Morrants Hedge in the
West Field shooting upon
Ridgeway and one Cow past
with the Appurts late in the
tenure of Mary Keep widow of
George Keep


2  15  ·



·  2  ·



·  ·  ·
Geo Curtis
Chas Precy
Curtis
and
Henry Curtis
Son of sd Geo
50 ad
4


8
21 Nov 1751 PC to Geo Curtis for 3 lives

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
Eliz Moss
now wife of
Jno Moss






Thomas
Cole


17
All that Cottage or Dwelling
House with the Appurts situate
in Rotten Row in Eastbrook
within this Manor formerly in
the tenure of Sarah Pantin



[entry in red ink]



1  10  ·



·  1  ·



·  ·  ·
George Curtis
Eliz Moss
his daur and
Mary Carter
his granddau




Henry Coles
Martha Coles
and son Daniel
Thos Povey
60 ad
30

6





36
8
8
·
20 Oct 1737 on Surrdr of
Sarah Pantin's Widowhood to
Geo Curtis for his own Chas
his Son & Eliz his Daur's lives
26 Sep 1766 G Curtis Surrdr
his own & Daur's lives & takes
for these 3 Cons. 4 G.

[entry in red ink]
28 Nov 1836 Thomas Coles
for 3 lives fine £20

Abra.
Edmonds









Sophia Puzey

Joseph
Smith




18
All that half Yard Lands with the Appurtenances in Westbrook formerly John Spanswicks

this [?]tl No. 19. 20. 22 & 23 are int[?]xt & not yet
separated. Val together



[entry in red ink]
1 Apr 1839 grant of 2 lives [?]
[?] in the [?]tentor Meadow
and fined 0 . 1
3 Nov 1837 grant of the Allot.
as Saunders Hedge [?] with
24. 0. 0 adjoining thereto and
an allotment with Common
19.1.26. Part of No.3







71  6  6





·  3  1





·  1  ·
Abra.
Edmonds
Ab Edmonds
Junr and
Rd Stephen
Edmonds


19

7
9 Jan 1735 Stephen Edmonds
Surrdr his own & Martin
Spanswicks life and takes with
his Sons Edwd & Abr. for their
lives
30 Jan 1755 Christr. & Abra.
Edmonds Surrdr their own lives
& take for the same & Jane
wife of Abra.
26 Apr 1810 2 lives added fine
70 G. granted to Abraham Junr
for 2 lives after his father
10 Apr 1803 Ab. Edmonds
Senr & Ab. Edmonds Junr
Surrdr their Int. John Pope who
was admitted


The same


















19
One Mefs and several parts
and parcels of Land and one
Close of Meadow called
Botswickey cont. 4a parcel of
two Yd Lands lying in
Westbrook called the
Westhold particularly mentd.
at the Court held 14 Oct 1728
formerly in the pofesefsion of
Joan Edmonds Widow






[entry in pencil]
Commons for 2 horses 3 Cows
&;38; 30 Sheep






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·  2  ·



Abra.
Edmonds
Ab. Edmonds
Junr and
Martha
Edmonds




19

17
9 Jan 1735 Stephen Edmonds
Surrdr his own & Martin
Spanswicks lives and takes
with his Sons Abra. & Edward
for their lives
30 Jan 1755 Christ. & Abra.
Edmonds Surrdr their own lives
& takes for the same & Jane
Wife of Abra.
26 Sep 1800 2 lives added fine £150. Granted to Ab. Edmonds Junr in reversion after his fall[?]
28 Sep 1803 Mar. Edmonds
Widow of Ab. Edmonds Junr
admitted

[entry in pencil]
21 Oct 1830 Ab Edmonds
admitted

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks


Abra.
Edmonds















Christr.
Edmonds















20
One Mefsuage and two yard
Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook called Goddards
late in the pofsefsion of Alice
Spanswick Widow

Notar: two yardlands Surrdr to
John Batt; to the Dwellg.
House and Homestead
Mar. Edmonds admd. for her
husband 28 Sep 1803



[entry in red ink]
21 Oct 1830 lives
Ch. Edmonds 57 Ch. Wm.
[Crumford ?] transferd.
Edmonds 12. Alfred
[Matches ?] Edmonds, 5
fine £45 Rent 0.1.0







Dwellg
Hse
2 Ydlands

















·  12  ·

______
·  1  0

·  11  0
______




·  5  ·
Abra.
Edmonds
Christr.
Edmonds
and
Sarah
Edmonds




—— 1803 ——
John Batt
Thomas Batt
his son and
sd. Christr.
Edmonds


26


11






45
2

29













9 Jan 1735 Christ. Edmond
Surrdr his own John & Martin
Spanswick lives and takes for
his own Edmund and Abraham
his Sons as joint purchasers
Fine a sum agreed on
30 Jan 1755 Christ. & Abra
Edmonds Surrdr their own lives
& take for the same & Jane
Wife of sd. Abra for the Fine
agreed on

26 Sep 1800 2 lives added
Cons.£280 granted to Christr.
Edmonds in reversion after his
father
19 Apr 1803 Mefs. Ab. &
Xopher Edmonds Surrdr their
Int. (excpt. the Mefs. &
Homestead) to John Batt
28 Sep 1803 Martha Edmonds
Widow of Ab. admitted to the
Dwellg. House and Homestead
only
24 Apr 1804 John Batt Surrdr
the above lives and takes as in
mar[?] Fine £130

[entry in pencil]
Ask'd Batt - [?] for exch [?]
Edmonds Life for his son 21 yrs old
Prebend

The same
















21
One Mefsuage one Yard Lands
and Commons with the
Appurtenances in Eastbrook
heretofore in the tenure of
Samuel Presey then of
Charles Tarrant then of John
Taylor and late of Mary Taylor


·  3  4


·  2  6
Christr.
Edmonds
Abra
Edmonds
and
Eliz.
Edmonds
daur of Abra

Joseph
Edmonds
86 ad

35


7



6
12 March 1713 Chas. Tarrant
Surrdr 3 lives & Jno Taylor
takes for 3 lives Cons. 23 G.
13 Oct 1741 Mary Taylor Wid.
of Jno Taylor Surrdr her
Widowhood in these pieces
with lands & takes for her life
31 Oct 1744 Christ. & Abra.
Edmonds take for their own &
Martin Spanswicks lives after
Mary Wife of Stephen late
Mary Taylor Cons. 95 G.
3 May 1769 Christ. & Abra.
Edmonds Surrdr for the lives of
themselves & Martin
Spanswick & take for these 3
lives Cons. 22 G. 10s
15 Apr 82 Abra. Edmonds puts in Joseph his son Cons. 10 G.


The same

















22
All those sevl. parcels of Land
following cont. Past. half a yd
Lands to wit, 1a in Layn
Corner = 1a at Hinton Stile =
1a at Butt Hedge = 1a at
Siddles Down = one Butt in
the Coombs = 1a at
Culverhouse = 1a at Morrants
Hedge = 2y at Waterslads
Headland = 2y at the
Westside of Saunders Hedge
= 2y at the Upper end of
Saunders Hedge = 2 an Acre
above Saunders Hedge and
Common of Pasture for one
Yard Lands formerly Richd.
Parris afterwards Mary
Wilsons
[entry in pencil]
Martha Edmonds


·  2  4


·  1  3
Christr.
Edmonds
Abra. Edmonds

and Eliz.
daur of sd.
Abra.
86 ad

35


17 —
12 June 1724 PC to Jno
Taylor for 3 lives this agreed on
30 Oct 1741 Mary Taylor
Widow of John Surrdr for
Widowhood & takes for her life
— in hand 1839
31 Oct 1744 Christ. Edmonds
& Abra. his Son add theit own
lives & Martin Spanswicks
after sd. Mary Taylor now
wife of sd. Christ. Cons.
47 10s
3 May 1769 Christr. & Abra.
Edmonds Surrdr. their own
and Martin Spanswicks lives &
take for their own & Eliz. daur
of sd. Abra. Cons. 12 G.
28 Sep 1803 [crossed out]
19 April 1805 Martha Edmonds
Wid. of Ab. admitted

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Abra.
Edmonds
















23
All that Moiety of one
Mefsuage and Moiety of one
Yard Lands and Commons
with the Appurts in Eastbrook
heretofore in the tenure of John
Harwood then of Wm Green
afterwards of John Taylor


·  2  6


·  1  3
Christr.
Edmonds
Abra.
Edmonds
and

Elizabeth
Daur of sd.
Abra
86 ad

35



7 —
14 June 1720 Hen. & Josh.
Green Surrdr & Jno Taylor
takes for 3 lives
13 Oct 1741 Mary Wid. of Jno
Taylor Surrdr her Widowd. &
takes for her life
— in hand 1839
31 Oct 1744 Ch. & Ab.
Edmonds take for their own &
Martin Spanswicks lives
after sd. Mary
3 May 1739 Ch. & Ab.
Edmonds Surrdr their own &
Martin Spanswicks lives &
take for y. own & Eliz. daur
of Abra. Cons. 10 10s
28 Sep 1803 [crossed out]
19 April 1805 Martha Edmonds
Wid. of Ab. admitted

Thomas
Taylor

John
Green





24
One Mefs. and one Yard
Lands with the Appurts and
one Close called Cowbarrows
situate lying and being in Eastbrook
P Mr Willington's Survey
25a 2r 10p
[entry in pencil]
Thomas Taylor





13  ·  ·
19  4  7





·  6  11½
Tything
Silver
·  6  3





·  2  6
Henry Green
John, his son

Henry, his son




sd. Tho Taylor
Henry Taylor
Ste Taylor
ad
ad
in 69
ad




27
23
21
14 Oct 1728 Hen. Green
Surrdr his own life & takes for
his own & two Sons
9 June 1744 Mrs Anne
Willoughbys life put in
24 Spt 1804 P Copy to
Thomas Taylor for 3 lives
Cons. £535

3 brothers
Mrs Ann
Willoughby

John Spicer








25
A Roughless Yard Lands in
Eastbrook formerly Edward
Goddards neice Wm Goddards
and (late) Mary Goddards for
her Widowhood

[entry in pencil]
John Spicer





7  10  ·
11  9  2





·  4  ·
Tything
Silver
·  6  3





·  2  6
Ann
Willoughby
and
Mary
Willoughby
sd. John
Spicer
John Anger
and
Henry Taylor
[?]


in 1803

29

16

19
14 June 1720 Edd. Goddard
Surrdr his own & Wm & Thos
his Sons & sd. Wm & Thos
takes y. own & Tho Son of
Wm
9 June 1755 Mrs Ann
Willoughby & her daurs lives
put in & Ann Willoughby by
Mr Cox her Attn. Admitted
22 Sept 1773
24 April 1804 John Spencer
takes for 3 lives Cons. £262

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
______

Page 34
new survey
______


Edwd Goddard

[entry in red
ink]



Sophia
Puzey

John
Goddard

Rebecca
Pope

John Smith



26
One Mefsuage and One Yard
Lands in Eastbrook and half a
Yard Lands with the Appurts in
Westbrook
Pnr. W's survey 28a 1r 5p





[entry in red ink, image faint]


1 Apr 1839 — grant to Sophia
Puzey 2 lives in res[?] in the
[?] [?] L rent 0 . 1 . 0
20 Nov 1834 — grant to him
[?] 1828 [?] [?] Jno Goddard
[?] Sarah Goddard 17 fine £70
5 Apr 1831 — John Grist 37
John Grist [?] 8 & J[?] 6 fine
4[440?] pounds 5/4d
3 Nov 1828 — 7.3.35 John
Smith 30 [or 34] Jane Smith
27 Willm Cue 6 — fined £300
L Rent 4 [£ or s?]





16  ·  ·
22  3  11





11  4  ·
Tything
Silver
·  ·  6





·  3  6
Edwd Goddard
after
Ste Taylor &
Sarah Goddard







Stephen
Goddard
[?]

ad
ad







16
26 Oct 1727 Edwd Goddard
Junr adds his oen life after Ste
Taylor & Sarah his Daur Wife
of sd. Edwd
Edwd Goddard admitted in
1764
19 Oct 1751 Edwd Goddard
and Stephen his Son as joint
purchasers put in Stephen life
after sd. Edwd & Sarah
[entry in pencil]
dead

Thos
Jane Goddard
Wido. of
Thos
————




Willm Smith




27
All that half Yard Lands with the Appurts formerly in the tenure of Chas Buttler








This X the next ——




Page 32 new survey











18  10  4



·  3  ·



·  1  3
Thos, Son of
Edd. Goddard
after
Thos Goddard
Wm Goddard
————





Wm Smith
John, his son
Joseph, his
son



ad
ad







6
3
admitted 22 Sep 80
25 Oct 1737 Thos Goddard
Senr puts in Thos Son of Edwd
after his own & Wm Goddards
lives fine £10
9 June 1755 Mrs Willoughby
& her daur put in after Jane
Goddards Widowhood & Tho
Goddards Life

24 Apr 1804 Wm Smith takes
for 3 lives Cons. £150
(exceptg 2a 1/10 above
Ridgeway in the Baron Piece)
Page 32 new survey
————


The same












Puzey James

[entry in red
ink]

John Sayer







28
One Mefsauge and half yard
Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook formerly in the
tenure of Agnes Goddard
Wido.
This & ys. last 2 ys. Lands P
Mr W's Survey 24a 3r 10p











Two Cottages, Barn, Stable,
Woodhouse Garden & Close
adjoining containing about
1 Yard of Land near
Hockerbench, part of the
above Mefsauge and half
yardlands (being the whole of
the buildings)
Surrdr by Jno Kent Tarrant
to sd. James Puzey
[entry in pencil]
J K Tarrant
John Sayer



·  6  4



·  5  10












·  0  6



·  1  3



·  ·  9












·  0  6
Thos Son of
Edd. Goddard
after
Thos Goddard
Senr & sd.
Edd. Goddard





Jno Kent
Tarrant
John [Te]win
&
Thos Brown
Junr

Jas Puzey
Thos Puzey #
Wm Puzey  #
# sons of Jas



ad

ad

in 799



50

35

9


40
7
9
admitted 22 Sep 80

25 Oct 1737 Tho, Goddard
Senr puts in Thos Son of
Edwd after his own sd. Edd.
lives Cons. £11
9 Jun 1755 Mrs Willoughby &
her Daur put in after Jane
Goddards Widowhood & Edd.
& Thos lives

Sep 1796 Jno Kent Tarrant for 3 lives Cons. £170





24 Sep 1799 Jas Puzey puts
in his life & his two sons in
part of the premises as
described on the other side in
exche. for J K Tarrant,
J [Te]win & T Brown Junr
Cons. £5

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Thos
Goddard







29
All that Yard Lands and
premifses with the Appurts
in Eastbrook (being the
remaining part of 2 Yd lands
& an half formerly Oliver
Greenways) particularized in the Rolls
P Mr W's Survey 22.3.39
[entry in pencil]
Walter Cue



11  ·  ·
16  9  10



·  8  ·



·  2  6
Thos
Garrard
John, his son
Robt. his son
51

16
11
ad in 1777

2 Aug 1753 PC to Tho Garrard
for 3 lives
Cons. 133 G.

See new survey for the present lives (1802)

Mary Harding









[entry in red
ink]





William
Brown

30
All that Mefs and one Yard
Lands with the Appts. in
Eastbrook and one other Yd
Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook heretofore in the
tenure of Jno Harwood Gent.
and one sd. Mefs and one
Yard Lands with the Appurts in
Westbrook (formerly parcel of
a Mefs & five Yd Lands)

[entry in red ink]
The [?]hd. retained and let with
the farm sum 23 Oct 1815 —
1s Lord rent

12 Apr 1830 — lives John Brown 27. Chas Pocock 46 & Rob. Pocock 43. Fine 21 Oct , rent 16/6d





25  ·  ·
37  2  11





·  17  6
Tything
Silver
·  ·  9





·  7  ·
John Harding
Mary his Wid.
Wm Harding
&
Ann Harding
ad



ad

admitted in 1776

19 Jan 1729 Jno Harding &
Wm Harding Surrdr ye own
lives & Jno Harding takes for
his own Wm & Ann his son & daur
Na. in this Copy is 3½ Yd
Lands but ye half Yd Lands
Surrdr to Lucy Withers in 1746
9 Jun 1755 Mrs A Willoughbys
life added after Jno Harding
& Wm his Son
25 Apr 85 ask'd W Harding
£200 for 2 lives
21 Apr 92 ask'd 250 G. for 2
lives. bid 200 G.

Charles Horton


[entry in red ink]
John
Holdaway






31
One Mefsuage with the
Appurts in Bishopston parcel
of the Customary Lands of the
sd. Manor Cont. 18 perch

[entry in pencil]
John Holdaway


2  10  ·



·  1  ·
Chas Horton
Junr after
Chas Horton
Robt Horton


Chas Horton
Son of
Ch & Grandson
of sd. Charles

[entry in red ink]
Martha Hillier


ad
ad


10
15 Oct 1719 PC to Chas
Horton Junr for 1 life after
2 Fine agreed on
9 June 1755 Mrs Willoughby
& for Daur put in

26 Sep 87 P Copy to Chas
Horton for adding 1 life
Cons. 5 G.

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Ben Jacobs







[entry in red ink]
Thomas
Povey

32
One Cote and Garden with the
Appurts lying in Eastbrook late
in the pofsion of Thos Hatt
Cont. 25 Perch





[entry in red ink]
20 May 1824 — lives Thomas
Povey 24 Benj Jacobs 47
fine £40


3  ·  ·


·  ·  2
Ben Jacobs
Thos is Son
after
Mary his wife
late Mary Hatt

Benj Jacobs
30 ad
1




31
23 Oct 1747 PC to Tho Hatt
for 3 lives
29 Sep 1764 PC to B. Jacobs
for 2 lives after 1 Cons. 15 G.


24 Apr 1804 PC to B. Jacobs
in Revn. Con £15 after his
Mothr and Thomas his
brother

Martha
Kent

Eliz [crossed out]

















33
All that one Mefs and three
Yard Lands with the Appurts in
Eastbrook and one Yard Lands
and half a Yard lands with the
Appurts in Westbrook formerly
in the tenure of Jno Kent


This with the two following




[entry in red ink]
This with No. 35 & 35 — held
by Thomas Merriman for the
life of the Revd Wall[?] Moores [?] in reversion 23 Oct 1830
to John Hubbard for the lives of Thomas Hubbard 14 and James Hambler 21 Yr fine £2000 to rent 1.0.0 [+] 1.8.0 [+] 3.4¼ = £2.11.4¼








124  7  2



1  ·  ·



·  10  6
Wm Kent
Junr
Eliz his wife
and
Mary Harding



Martha Kent
Wm Kent
and
Wm Eggleton
ad

ad

ad



50 ad
23 ad

50
26 Oct 1727 Wm Kent & Wm
Kent the Younger Surrdr their
own lives & Wm Kent Junr
takes for his own life Eliz his
Wife and Mary Harding his
Sister
Eliz Kent admitted in 1777

13 Apr 1782 Martha Kent &
Wm her Son take for 3 lives
Cons. 1000 G.
23 Sep 1785 Wm Kent adds
the life of Wm Street Kent his
Son aged 10 months Fine for
this & the 2 next mentd. [increased ?] to 250 Gns.
1 May 86 ask'd 900 G. to
add 2 lives in the whole of
Kents Estate [entry deleted]
27 Sep 1786 Mr Moors add his
two Sons lives after Wm
Eggleton & Eliz Kents
Widowhood Cons. 450 G. in
the whole of Kents Estate

The same

















[entry in red
ink]

This with 33

34
All that one Mefs with the
Appurts wherein one John
Spanswick heretofore dwelt
One Close of past. called
Leggs Lane Close Two Mefs
One Cottage and one Yard
Lands in Eastbrook And one
Mefs and Half yard Lands in
Westbrook near Leggs Lane
And Seventeen Acres of Land
Lyeing at Garston in a Field
called the Down Field being a
parcel of Lands called Board
Lands And two Yard Lands
heretofore in the tenure of John
Horton with the Appurtenances

[entry in red ink]
See No. 33

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Merriman



1  8  ·



·  8  6
Wm Kent
Martha his
daur and
Mary Harding












Martha Kent
Wm Eggleton
and
Wm Kent
58 ad
22

56 ad












50 ad
50

23
26 Oct 1727 Wm Kent the
Elder & Younger Surrdr their
own lives & Wm Kent Senr
takes for ye same lives & Mary
Harding his Daur
7 Oct 1755 Wm Kent late Wm
Kent ye Younger (P his attn)
& Mary his daur Mary Harding
Surrdr their lives & sd. Wm
Kent take for lives of
themselves & ye. sd Mary
Harding Cons 70 G.
Eliz Wido. of Wm admitted in
1777


13 Apr 1782 Martha Kent
admitted on the death of Eliz
& Surrdr the same for her own
life & takes for 3 lives
Cons. 500 G.



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