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Extent of Earl of Oxford's Estate (ERO D/DU65/72)

..1562 (1562)

document 49500068

Colne Priory the rents of assize there in the charge of the bailiff as by the rental viewed and examined more plainly appeareth by year 80li14s6d1h the lady Margery Countess of Oxinford holdeth by indenture made by the late earl to Jn Bothe and Thos Coo dated 6.5.4PhM all the mansion house called Colne Pryory or Colne House with all the orchards gardens ponds fishings barns stables and all such lands meadows pastures and feedings with appurtenances as then were in the tenure and occupation of the said late earl to the said late priory belonging or appertaining to have and to hold from the feast of michaelmas then next following unto the end and term of twenty one years fully to be complete and ended yielding therefore yearly 13li6s8d certain pensions and portions to the said late priory belonging as is may appear by the rental of the bailiff there viewed and examined by year 7li2s4d Robt Ball holdeth to farm by indenture dated 12.4.1Mary1 all the site and demesnes of the manor of Barwyckhall with the appurtenances and the tithe of all corn in White Colne to have and to hold from the feast of michaelmas then next ensuing unto the end and term of twenty one years fully to be completed and ended paying therefore yearly 10li10s Thos Prentyce holdeth to farm one messuage with appurtenances in White Colne called Ingesthorpes and renteth by year 4li10s Jn Davy holdeth to farm one water mill in Earls Colne called Colneford Mill with 3a of pasture to the same belonging and payeth by year 40s4d Thos Coo holdeth to farm the parsonage of Belchampe with all the tithes tenths and appurtenances to the same belonging paying therefore yearly 16li3s     holdeth to farm the parsonage of Bently together with all the tithes tenths and appurtenances to the same belonging paying therefore yearly 9li Robt Cammock holdeth to farm the parsonage of Messying together with the tithes tenths and appurtenances to the same belonging yielding therefore yearly 113s4d Roger Goodrydge holdeth to farm by indenture dated 15.10.37Hen8 all that fulling mill called Chalkney Mill and 6a pasture with appurtenances in Earls Colne and White Colne to have and to hold from the feast of michaelmas then last past unto the end and term of twenty one years fully to be completed and ended yielding therefore yearly 4li sum 131li2s1f whereof the fee of Barth Church bailiff there at 4li by year and keeper of the wood called Chalkeneywood at 20s by the year so to him granted by letters patent of the said late earl for the term of his life dated 1.7.37Hen8 in all by year 100s a certain quit rent going out of the said late Priory to Earls Colne by year 40s4d a certain rent paid to Rich Holborough by year 17d a like rent paid out to the honour of Clare by year 2s certain rents there decayed and not levyable because they are unknown by year 30s2d sum 8li13 s11d and so remaineth clear by year 122li6s3d1f