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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 98 ~ 128

and includes Prebend details at the bottom of this page


  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.
Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
Mr Caleb
Colton











98
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and Garden
Ground thereunto adjoining
and belonging late John
Brownings

[entry in pencil]
John Sayer late Nash

1  10  ·

·  ·  6
Ann Browning
Wife of John
&
Daniel, his Son
Henry, his Son


John Nash
John Horton
and
Jno Horton
his Son
50


23
13


32
30

4
1 Aug 1728 PL to John
Browning for 3 lives Cons. £2
10 June 1778 P L to the Revn.
Caleb Colton for 3 lives Cons.
a Surrdr of Jno Brownings life
& 5Gns.

Apr 1798 John Nash Surrdr
Henry Brownings life and
takes a new Lease for the
lives of himself John Horton
John Horton his Son
Cons.19.15.0
Wm
Blagrove





99
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and little piece of
Garden Ground adjoining

2  ·  ·

·  ·  6
Wm Blagrove
Wm Son of Jas.
Blagrove
&
Tho. Son of
Noah Wilson
50
10



20
24 Sep 1745 PL to Thos.
Edmonds for 3 lives
Cons. 6Gns.
25 Sep 1767 P L to Wm
Blagrove for 3 lives Cons. £21
late Job
Bishop

100
Down
·  ·  6
[no entries]
Thomas
Cox



















101
A Cottage or Tenement
Garden Ground & Authorising

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Tucker with 116
·  1  ·
[column
crossed out]



Tho. Cox Junr
Jno Son of
John Philip
and
Wm Son of Thos.
Arrowsmith
of Bishopstone
Blacksmith
[column
crossed
out]


18
2


3
[# entry crossed out]

8 June 1742 P L to Jno. Smith
for 3 lives Cons. £7
John Smith Margt. his Wife
& Thos. Cox Junr.
Note this Lease was Surrdr
23 Sep 1773 on Account of
delapsed above

# 1 May 1781 P L to Thos. Cox
for 3 lives Cons. 2Gns.

This agreemant was not
carried into exseution & the
Cott being down ye [?]ile &
Garden is granted to Wm
Couls with his House &
Garden No.118 PL
25 Sep 1781

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Henry
Curtis

Wm Nobes

Thos.
Taylor




[entry in red
ink]

Painter
James

102
All that part of a Mefs in
Eastbrook in Bishopston
aforesaid and an Orchard
adjoining to the Mefs aforesaid
and a sufft. way to and from
the sd. premifses through the
Barkside of Jane Goddard
formerly Agnes Goddards

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Taylor

[entry in red ink]

12 Apr 1830 James Painter 38 Sarah Cox 37 John Owen 16 Fine £28


2  10  ·


·  ·  8
Wm Curtis
Henry Curtis
after
John Rogers



Wm Nobes #

James Painter
Wm,
his Son #
and
Sarah, his daur
marr Sarah
Cox
John Owen
12 ad
8





29 ad
#
38  *
6 ad #


5  (37)


(36)
[# entry crossed out]

23 Oct 1752 P C to Geo. Curtis
for 2 lives after 1
2 Nov 1770 Jno Rogers Surrdr
& H. Curtis admitted

19 Sep 1798 P C to Wm
Nobes for 3 lives Cons. 26.5.0
[* inserted entry]
23 Apr 1804 Surrdr by Wm
Nobes to Thos. Taylor for
same lives
12 April 1830 Thos. Taylor Surrdr to James Painter
admitted Fine £28
Ann Crew









103
All that Cottage or Tenement
and little plott of Garden
Ground thereunto near
adjoining lying on the West
side thereof Cont. 15p


1  10  ·


·  ·  6
Ann Crew
Thos. Crew
&
Sarah Crew
her Son &
daur

Sally Eliz.
Povey
his daur
55 ad
25

18



10
27 April 1721 PL to Chas. Butt
for 3 lives after 2 Cons. 2Gns.
30 Sep 1763 P L to Ann Crew
for 3 lives Cons. a Surrdr of her
own life & 3Gns.


22 Sep 1795 P L to Jos. Povey
for addl. 1 life Cons. & Surrdr
& 3Gns.

Jofhua
Denly














104
All that Cottage and Garden
plott with a Paddock adjoining
Cont. in the whole 20 perch
lying in Leggs Lane formerly
Browns and since Lookers


2  ·  ·


·  ·  6
Joshua
Denley
Henry Curtis
and
Chas. Presey
Curtis

Geo. Day
Eliz, his Wife
John, their Son
Sarah Nobes
John Nobes
Day
60

30

28


25
24
1
25
15
10 Dec 1774 P L to Jofhua
Denly for 3 lives Cons. 6Gns.
pd. to Mr Willoughby




28 June 1799 P Lease to
Geo. Day, Cordwainer Fine 6.6.0
9 Apr 1844 P Lease Sarah
Nobes Spinster for 2 lives
in revn. of Geo. Day
Cons. £50 Rent 0.0.6

[entry in pencil]
4 June 1841 [?] add 2 lives
John Finch




Ste.
Jourdan




105
All that Cottage or Tenement
Outhousing and plott of Garden
Ground thereunto near
adjoining cont. 38 perch

[entry in pencil]
Stephen Jourdan


·  ·  6
John Finch
Junr
Wm Finch
his Bro.
after
John Finch
their Fa.

John Jourdan
Son of Lefsee
30

25


60 ad
27 Feb 1718 P L to Jas. Finch
for 3 lives Cons. 2Gns.
19 Sep 1773 P L to John Finch
Junr for 2 lives after 1
Cons. £17



20 Sep 1746 P L to Ste.
Jourdan for adds 1 life
Cons. 2Gns.

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Thomas Taylor









106
All that Cottage or Tenemt. &
little parcel of Garden Grod.
thereunto adjoining &
belonging lying near a certain
Spring in Bishopston aforesaid
called Williams Well & now in
the pofsefsion of Robt. Angell

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Taylor

abstract from the Lease



1  10  ·



·  ·  6
Jane Angell
and Daintry Angell
after
John Daintry

Mary Taylor
Thos. Taylor
her Bro.
15 ad

6

ad

26
6
31 Jan 1753 P L by
H. Willoughby to Robt. Angell
for 2 lives in Revn. Cons. 6.6.0d


26 April 1800 P L to Mary
Taylor Wm. for adding two
lives after Daintry Angell
Cons. £9.0.0
Thos
Chouls

Hen.
Green
&
Thos.
Spicer









107
All that Cottage or Tenement and litttle piece of Garden Ground thereunto adjoining lying near the Farm House

With No.113

[entry in pencil]
In Hand

Let to Mr Dore

1  10  ·

·  ·  6
Tything Silver
·  ·  3
Thos. Choules
Wm Choules
after
Thos. Thatcher




Thos Spicer
Sarah,
his Wife and
Ann, his Daur

James
Browning
25
27

50 ad




48 ad
46 ad

20 ad

28 ad
20 Oct 1717 P L to Jon.
Thatcher for 3 lives
Cons. £2.3s
4 Aug 1760 P L to Thos
Choules for 2 lives after 1
Cons. £1 7s to Mr Ayliffe in
1758

25 Sep 1783 P L to Tho.
Spicer for 3 lives Cons. a
Surrdr of 2 lives and 7Gns.
including the Revn. after
G Phelps of No.
5 Oct 1811 P Lease to Eliab
Browning for addg. the life of
James his Son aged 18 yrs
Fine £30.5.0

Hannah
Haskins

Daniel
New







108
All that Cottage or Dwelling
House in Bishopston aforesaid
and formerly in the pofsefsion
of Ann Finch, with the Garden
[?] the same adjoining the
Great Garden & 10 foot of the
Court Orchard of the breadth
of the House

[entry in pencil]
Elisha New

[entry in pencil]
— in Rental ·· but of where ··
if is Thomas Taylor



2  10  ·



·  ·  6
Ste. Coplin
Margt. dau of
John Finch
&
Robt. Cox
Junr of Little
Coxwell

Daniel New
Thos. Couls
and
Wm, Son of
Thos. Povey








37
26

18
15 Nov 1740 Ste. Coplin & Ann
Finch afsigns the sd. premises
for the lives in the Margin
Cons. £14.5s by Lease dat.
about the yr. 1718, to Lewis
Lane & Wm Goddard


1 May 1781 P L to Daniel New
of Bishopston Taylor for 3 lives
Cons. £13/td>

Moses Tugs









Smith John






Thos.
Roby Cue

109
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and Garden
Ground thereunto formerly in
the pofsefsion of Thos. Taylor
cont. 20 perch

[entry in pencil]
James Smith


1  ·  ·


·  ·  6
Moses Tugs
Jane, his Wife
and Margt.
their daur
John, his Son
& Wm
Tugs, Son of
Jane Tugs
Daur of sd.
Moses

John Smith
Martha, his
Daur and
John Tugs



Mary Cue
Jane Cue
Joseph Cue
30 ad
26 ad
2 ad


25
12




31
2

26



6
4
2
28 Jun 1747 P L to Moses
Tugs for 3 lives Cons. 3Gns.
2 May 1786 P L to Moses
Tugs for adding 2 lives
Cons. 2Gns.






27 Sep 1787 P L to John
Smith of Bishopston Labr.
Cons. for changing 1 life &
add [?]dr 1Gn.
In hand, March 1832 let to
Parish at 1.10.0 & lease Surrdr

& Lease 20 Apr 1835
Thomas Robey Cue for 3
lives Cons. 27.10.0 Rent 2s/

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
Overseers for
George
Naish

110

[entry in pencil]
Overseers

1  ·  ·

·  ·  6

John North








111
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising thereunto
thereunto belonging formerly
Sarah Thatcher cont. 4 perch
and also a liitle Garden lately
inclosed out of the Common
called Owen Place

[entry in pencil]
Robt. Lane [?] [?]


1  10  ·


·  1  ·
John North
John, his son
James, his
Son
44 ad
20 ad
17
2 Feb 1739 P L to Roger North
for 3 lives Cons. 3Gns.
14 June 1771 P L to John
North for 3 lives Cons. &
Surrdr of his own life & his
Sisters Cons. 3Gns.
John Parker











112
All that Cottage or Tenement
and little piece of Garden
Ground heretofore in the tenure
of John Shailer with a
Blacksmiths Shop lately
erected thereon by
John Parker

[entry in pencil]
John Eagleton

[entry in pencil]
— Q where in the Map L'd.
Rent Fined ··


1  10  ·


·  ·  6
John Parker
Charles
John
his Sons


Jno Eagleton
Wm eagleton
Hannah
Eagleton ·· Fox his Daur
52 ad
23 ad
21 ad



24
11
3
30 Nov 1747 P L to Eliz.
Gamer for 3 lives Cons. 4Gns.
14 June 1771 P L to Jno
Parker for 3 lives Cons. a
Surrdr of 2 lives and £8

1 May 1815 P L to Jno
Eagleton for 3 lives Fine £31

George
Phelps
or Overseers
als Geo.
Helps








113
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and Garden
Ground thereunto belonging
Cont. 14 perch

With No.107

[entry in pencil]
In hand let to Mr Dore


1  10  ·


·  ·  6
Mary Helps
Eliz Helps
&
Geo Helps
Son & Daur
of Lefsee


Thos.
Spicer and
Ann, his Daur
and
Sarah, his Wife
ad
ad






48

20

46
16 Dec 1737 P L to John
Helps for 3 lives Cons. 2Gns.






25 Sep 1783 Thos. Spicer
adds 2 lives after Geo.
Phelps Cons. 4Gns. included in
the Lease with No.107

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

John Reason






114
All that Cott. or Tenemt. with
the piece of Garden Ground
thereunto adjoining and
belonging sct. lying & being in
Bishopston aforesd. usar the
Pond there

[entry in pencil]
Wm Reason


1  10  ·


·  ·  7

[6
crossed
out]
Jno Reason
Wm, his Son
Richd, his Son
42
12
10
1 May 1781 P L to John
Reason for 3 lives Cons. a
Surrdr of his own life and 10s
Jo. Reason pays [?]d for an
E[?]achu[?] or the Milpond
Bank inclosed in 1781

Sherman
or
Overseers









115
All that Cott. or Tenement and
little piece of Garden Ground
adjoining lying near Williams
Well Cont. 8 perch, formerly
Wm. Walters

[entry in pencil]
William Norris




[entry in pencil]
— Q where in the Map [?]
[?] Rental ··


1  ·  ·


·  ·  6








Wm Norris
Wm Norris
Chas. Norris








35
11
6
20 Oct 1717 P L to Wm
Sherman for his own Eliz. his
Wife Eliz. their Daurs lives
after Wm Walter & Ann his
Wife Cons. £2 8s
22 Sep 1808 P L to Henry
Mulcock for 3 lives Cons. 30

1822 P L to W. Norris for
3 lives Fine £15

James Shilton





116
All that Cott. or Tenement and
little piece of Garden Ground
thereunto adjoining lying near
the Pond Cont. 33 perch

[entry in pencil]
Eliab Browning


1  10  ·


·  ·  6
James Shilton
Rachel,
his daur and
Thos. Shilton
Son of Jno &
Nephew of sd.
Jas.
47 ad
12

3
20 Oct 1717 P L to Hen.
Shilton for 3 lives after 2
Cons. 2.3s
1 Jan 1753 P L to Jno Shilton
for 2 lives after 1 Cons. 6Gns.
23 Sep 1773 P L to Jas.
Shilton for 3 lives Cons. a
Surrdr of his own & £7 7s

Edward
Thatcher














117
All that Cott. or Tenement late
in the pofsefsion of John
Shilton and since of Robert
Plomer

Described in New Lease as
under
All that the site of 4 Cottages
and two little Gardens cont.
togr. about 20 perches sit. at
a place called Hyde Park
Corner late in the tenure of
Edwatd Thatcher


·  1  ·






William
Norgrove
W. Norgrove
Junr
Geo. Norgrove
nephew of
Lefsee & Son of J.
Norgrove
of Adford
Blacksmith






31

6

3
7 Dec 1725 P L to Thos.
Goddard for 3 lives
Cons. £8 [?]
Robt. Edwd & Ann Sons & Daur of Robt. Thatcher

31 March 1823 P Lease to
Will. Norgrove for 3 lives
Cons. 6.6.0

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
William
Couls



















118
All that Cottage or Tenement and Outhouseing therewith now held, with the Hill Garden adjoining the Highway at Townsend
And also the site of the Cott. & Garden late Jno Smiths No.101

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Tucker









[entry in pencil]
— see 107


2  ·  ·


·  ·  6





·  1  6
Sarah Tucker
Robert Tucker
and
Mary Tucker



Wm Couls
Sarah, his Wife
late sd. Jas.
Tucker
and
Thos. Couls
Junr.

Thomas
Tucker
Charles
Tucker
Henry Tucker
30
36

33



35 ad
40 ad


12




26

24

18
15 March 1730 P L to Robt.
Tucker for 3 lives after 1
Cons. 4Gns.
14 June 1771 P L to Sarah
Tucker for adding her own life
Cons. a Surrdr & £3

25 Sep 1781 Wm Couls Surrdr
the above lease for 3 lives &
takes a New one for same
premises with a little Garden
inclosed by him at Townsend,
and the site of the Cottage &
Garden late Jno Smiths
No.101 Cons. 3Gns.

1821 P Lease to Thos. Tucker
Fine 12.14.0 & Surrdr of Thos.
Couls life
John Wells







119
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and cont. 19 perch

[entry in pencil]
Peter Cox

[entry in pencil]
In hand


2  ·  ·


·  1  ·
Thos. Wells
Wm Wells
after
Mary Wells
12
6

40
3 Aug 1732 P L to Nathl.
Wells for 3 lives Cons. a Surrdr
& 20s
20 Sep 1767 P L to Jno Wells
for adding his 2 Sons lives
Cons. £7

John
Wernam


















120
All that Cottage or Tenement
Authorising and Garden
Ground thereunto belonging
Cont. 25 perch

[entry in pencil]
Thomas Wernham


2  ·  ·


·  ·  6
Wm Gray Junr
Sarah Gary
&
Ann Gray
Son & Daurs
of Lefsee

Thos.
Wernham
Jas., his Son
Wm. Son of Jno
Wernham

Leah
Eagleton
Hannah
Eagleton
and
James
Eagleton
#
#
#
#
#
#

40

6
10



15

19


11
[# entry crossed out]

14 June 1737 P L to Wm Gray
for 3 lives Cons. 2Gns.



14 April 1782 Thos. Wernham
Surrdr Wm Gray & Ann Gray
& takes for the lives of himself
Jas. his Son & Wm his
Nephew Cons. 3Gns.


21 Oct 1830 P L to John
Eagleton for 3 lives
Cons. 52.10.0
Naph.
Jefse
Wilson








121
All that piece or parcel of Lnad called the ponds cont. half an Acre having the Mill Stream on the West the Lands of Robt. Shilton & Eliz. Bard on the North and the Lands of Rd. Daintry Chas. Butt and Abra. Jones on the East part

[entry in pencil]
— Enquire [?] [?] where it is, no Lords Rent had


15  ·  ·


·  ·  1
David Wilson
John, his Son
Robt., his Son
after
Robt. Shilton

Naph. Wilson
George
James
his Sons
ad
ad


ad

49 ad
20 ad
15
6 March 1715 P L to David
Wilson for 3 lives after 1
Cons. £6 9s



1 May 1781 P L to Naph.
Wilson for 3 lives Cons. £8
— ad In hand Marpas [?] 43
let to Geo, Arrowsmith at 1.10.0

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
In hand

rented by
the
Overseers
and
2 Gns Yd.

122
All that Cottage or Tenement and little piece of Garden Ground adjoining




[entry in pencil]
— of where

2  2  ·

·  ·  6
20 Oct 1717 P L to David Wilson for 3 lives after 2 Cons. £2 10s

Thomas Cox

John Taylor

[entry in red
ink]

Henry
Taylor
















123
All that one Mefs with its
Appurts lying in Eastbrook and
1a. of Land in the Woolfield
adjoining to Hinton Hedge and
two Acres in Avenel Furlong,
one Acre of which being a
foreshooter and Common of
pasture for one Cons.

[entry in pencil]
Thomas taylor


·  ·  2
Tything Silver
·  ·  3


·  ·  2
Thomas Cox
Ann, his Daur
Mary, his Daur










John Taylor
Henry Taylor







John Taylor
Son of
Will. Taylor
ad












5 in 81
7 in 86







4 in
1840
21 Nov 1751 Thos. Cox Junr.
puts in his Daur Ann aged 4
yrs after his own & Fathers
lives
18 Dec 1759 Tho. Cox Junr
Admitted & Surrdr to the use
of Tho. Smith of Ashbury as
deemable on paymt. of £50 &
Int and at the same Court puts
in his daur Mary aged 18 yrs
after his own & Ann his daur
Cons. £8

25 Oct 1781 Ann Wife of Jno.
Taylor admitted & Jno. Taylor
adds Jno. his Son in [?]
Cons. 10Gns.
1 May 1786 John Taylor adds
his Son Henry aged 7 yrs after
his Wife & Son John
Cons. 10Gns.

20 Apr 1840 John Taylor Son
of Wm Taylor added by Henry
Taylor. Fine £132

Mary
Powell







124
All that Cottage or Tenement
Stable and little piece of
Garden Ground thereunto
adjoining and belonging situate
lying and being in Bishopston
aforesaid near the pond there
heretofore in the pofsefsion of
Abraham Jones

[entry in pencil]
— Q if in hand


1  ·  ·


·  ·  6
Mary Powell
Wm., her Son
John, her Son
37
16
10
3 July 1755 P L to Mary
Powell for 3 lives Cons. 4Gns.

Abstract from the Lease
executed by Mr Willoughby &
Mary Powell, so suppose no
Courterpart

Mary Presey
[crossed
out]


Walter Cue

















125
All those Six Acres of ar. Land
lying dispensedly in the
Common Fields (Viz[?].) 2a.
lying together at the end of the
Buth Lynches called
Normandy, 1a shooting on
Mr Rudmans Butt in the
East Coomb, (2a. lying under
Lamy Down
) [as is, underlined]
and the other Acre lyes above
the Misemuage shooting on
Ridgeway

[entry in pencil]
George New


1  17  4


·  ·  1
Henry Curtis
Chas. Presey
Curis
and
Ann Spash

Walter Cue
Thomas
John
his Sons
10 ad
5 ad

12 ad


39
7
4
2 Feb 1754 P L to Henry
Presey for 3 lives
Cons. 16Gns.



25 April 1801 The premises all
leased to Walter Cue of
Bishopston (except the 2a
under Lammy Down now [?]
with the Farm) June 26.5.0d


[entry in pencil]
This property is all afsigned to
Elisha New by Walter Cue
except 2a. which is added
to the farm

[entry in pencil]
All leased to Walter Cue
(Except 2 under Lammy
Downs) for 3 lives
Cons. 25Gns.

Tenants
Names
Particular



















126
The Parsonage or Prebend Lands

The Parsonage House Yards Garden & Orchard      3a  3r  24p
Meadow in Cheap Mead in two Pieces                    4a  1r  10p
Arable Lands                                                      37a  32r  11p
                                                                        ——————
                                                                         45a  3r  5p

The tiths of the whole Parish (Except of the 9 prebend Yard Lands which are tith'd to the Vicar) being about 70 Yard
Lands is let with the above Lands to Abra. Edmonds and Naph. Wilson for £170 P Ann. P L for 12 Yds, from L. Day
1772

Besides the above is held of the prebend the 9 Yard Lands above mentioned for the particulars of which use
Nos. 8, 21, 66, 67, 71, 77 & 83 together with the Tiths of the Farm

The Vicarage of Bishopston consists of a Mefs Yards and Garden cont. 3r 36p and one Yard Lands cont. 15a 1r 15p
The Church Yard cont. 1a 1r besides the Tiths of the above
9 Yard Lands and £30 a year payable out of the prebend
Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks
Barth. Cox

















127
All that pieces of Waste
Ground near the Mill Pond in
a place called Oxen Place
containing in lenght on the
East side near the said pond
75 feet on the West against
a certain field called Walk
piece 54 feet, five feet from the
bank of the said Hedge and in
width at the North end against
Wells's Garden 54 feet, and at
the end against the said
Oxen Place 54 feet

[entry in pencil]
Sarah Cox

[entry in pencil]
— Q where on the map


0  1  0
Barth. Cox
Wm., his son
Tho., his Son
16
8
4
22 April 1790 P Lease to
Barth. Cox for 3 lives
Consideration building a
Cottage on the sd. premises

Tenants
Names
Particular
Yearly
Value
Lords
Rent
Heriots
Lives
Ages
Remarks

Pope
John






















128
The Dwelling House Barn
Courtillage Garden and
Orchard containing in the
whole about one Acre & Half
being part and parcel of a
Yardland formerly Thos.
Withers's and now Daniel
Brownings who Surrdr the
same 22 Sept. 1790 and was
regranted to John Pope
together with half the pond of
water lying near the sd.
Dwelling House and & piece of
Grod. adjoining the same from
the Yard Gate acrofs the sd.
pond to the Barn of the sd.
Jno. Pope cont. about
16 perch parcel of the
Common there called the
Vorty (Except the private
carriage way through the said
piece of Grod.)

[entry in pencil]
Widow Pope


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John Pope
Chas., his
Son and
Henry
Browning
48
4


25
22 Sep 1790 D. Browning
Surrdr for his own Jas. &
Henry his Brothers lives &
John Pope takes for his own
Chas. his Son & sd. Henry
Cons. Six Pounds including
half the pond et



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