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Colne Priory Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr22)

21.4.1636 (Thursday 21 April 1636)

document 34300875

and furthermore whereas at a court here held     17Jas1 Jane Machyn wife of Thos Machyn was admitted tenant of the lord for herself and her heirs to one parcel of land with garden buildings and dwelling places thereon built lying upon the northern part of a close containing 6a of land by estimation and lying next to Wildfield and containing by estimation 5a1r as it is now divided with pales (in english dools) and also to the northern part or parcel of an aldercarr called Oxenfenn containing by estimation 4a2r with ways and appurtenances belonging to the same by the surrender of Hugh Potter and Margt his wife and Jn Kent and Ann his wife and Jn Bullock and Agnes his wife which same said Jane Margt Ann and Agnes were sisters of Rich Parker deceased and aunts and coheirs of Eliz Parker daughter and heir of the said Rich Parker as by a roll of the aforesaid court here in court produced it is clearly shown and whereas afterwards at the same court the aforesaid Thos Machyn and Jane surrendered into the hands of the lord the aforesaid parcel of land and other premises with appurtenances to the use of the said Jane for her lifetime and after her decease to the use of Thos Machyn junior son of the said Thos and Jane and the heirs of the body of the said Thos Machyn junior legitimately procreated and in default of such issue to the use of the said Jane and her heirs who the same said Jane and Thos Machyn junior at the aforesaid court were admitted tenants of the lord according to the aforesaid surrender and whereas at a court here held 16.10.1633 it was shown by the homage that after the said court the said Jane died and that the said Thos Machyn junior after the decease of the said Jane died similarly thus seised thereof without heirs of his body legitimately procreated and that Jn Machyn was the brother and heir of the said Thos Machyn and son and heir of the said Jane upon which at the said court the aforesaid Jn Machyn was admitted tenant of the lord for himself and his heirs to the premises and afterwards he entered into the premises and took the rents and profits thereof now at this court it is shown by the homage that the aforesaid Jn Machyn after the last court and before this court died thus seised of such his estate without heirs of his body procreated and that the said Margt now wife of Robt Till Ann Kent daughter and heir of Ann Kent deceased Rich Parkinson son and heir of the said Agnes deceased late wife of Xoph Parkinson deceased and afterwards wife of the said Jn Bullocke are blood relatives of the same blood and heirs of the said Jn Machyn on his mother's side and they should have the right to the premises upon which to this court came the said Margt Till Ann Kent and Rich Parkinson and humbly sought admittance to the aforesaid parcel of land and other premises with appurtenances to whom the lord by the aforesaid steward granted and delivered thereof seisin by the rod to have the aforesaid parcel of land and other premises with appurtenances to them and their heirs forever as sharers and coheirs of the said Jn Machyn 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 services and customs thereunto belonging and by right accustomed and they gave to the lord for fines and the aforesaid Margt and Rich made fealty to the lord but the fealty of the said Ann was respited because she was under age