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Colne Priory Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr21)

16.4.1623 (Wednesday 16 April 1623)

document 33800075

whereas at a view with court here held 18.8.1581 Thomasine now wife of Hen Abbott senior by name Thomasine Culverton was admitted for herself and her heirs to two crofts of land with appurtenances lying together called Perriscrofts also Cokyscrofts late in the tenure of Rich Fyldbridge and to one parcel of land with appurtenances in the same parcel of land namely a parcel of land called Sedcopp containing by estimation 1a2r more or less as by a copy of a roll of the aforesaid court it is clearly shown now to this court came the aforesaid Hen Abbott senior and the said Thomasine his wife in person and Thomasine herself first solely and secretly by the lord's steward as is the custom examined and acknowledged and they surrendered into the hands of the lord by the hands of the lord's aforesaid steward the aforesaid two crofts of land and other aforesaid premises with their appurtenances with this intention that the lord this same day should regrant graciously to the aforesaid Thomasine for the term of her natural life the remainder thereof after her decease to Hen Abbott her son and Joan wife of the aforesaid Hen the son and the heirs and assigns of the aforesaid Hen the son to whom the same said Thomasine Hen Abbott the son and Joan at this same said court the lord by his aforesaid steward regranted and delivered to them seisin thereof to have to them the aforesaid Thomasine for and during the term of her natural life the remainder thereof after her decease to the aforesaid Hen Abbott the son and the said Joan his wife and the heirs and assigns of Hen the son himself forever to hold from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the aforesaid manor by the rents customs and services thereunto belonging and by right accustomed and both the aforesaid Thomasine and the aforesaid Hen Abbott the son and Joan gave to the lord their fine for their entries as is shown in the margin     and the aforesaid Thomasine and Hen the son made fealty to the lord but the fealty of the aforesaid Joan was respited etc and thus the aforesaid Thomasine Hen the son and Joan were admitted thereof in the aforesaid form tenants of the lord etc