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Colne Priory Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr21)

19.9.1604 (Wednesday 19 September 1604)

document 33100304

whereas at a view with court here held thursday in easter week being 20.4.1598 there was a precept to the bailiff of this said manor to seize into the hands of the lord one customary cottage with garden with appurtenances called Boxsted and one tenement with garden adjoining with one croft of land adjoining the said garden called Higgens lying in Hall St with appurtenances and also one other croft of land adjoining the said garden called Mordens Croft with their appurtenances because no one came to that court to take the premises from the hands of the lord and to agree with him for the fine etc as by a roll of this court here in court examined and clearly shown now at this court public proclamation was made that if anyone should have a right to hold the aforesaid customary cottage with garden called Boxsted and the aforesaid tenement with garden adjoining called Higgens and the aforesaid croft called Mordens with appurtenances according to the custom of this manor that they should come here into court and make agreement with the lord for their fine and should make to the lord fealty for the premises and be admitted and no one came therefore there was a precept to the bailiff of this manor to seize the tenement and other premises as previously and day was thus given as before