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Colne Priory Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr19)

2.6.1550 (Monday 2 June 1550)

document 53601863

it is shown by the homage that Jn Wynkfeld who held and occupied during his lifetime divers lands and tenements within this manor the title of which are unknown died after the last court upon which now to this court came Ann Ashfeld widowed sister of the said Jn and sought admittance to the said lands and tenements which the said Jn during his lifetime took the rents and profits from and to her use it was granted by her approved title in this part by bringing into full court divers copies by which it was shown that the said lands and tenements are customary lands and tenements and held of the lord as of the same manor by the rod viz by one copy bearing the date monday in the week of pentecost 30.5.14Edw4 a certain Hen Hawkewode made surrender to a certain Jn Jamys Jeff Buckwell and Jn Hay and their heirs of one croft of land called Whetecrofte with 3r thereof called Bowyes for the annual rent of 3d and for the rest of the said croft the rent per annum of 9d and one other parcel of land called Beanefeld Welfeld and Bamble with the rent per annum of 20d and also one croft of land called Murdones Croft with the rent per annum of 4d and one other croft called Murdons with the rent per annum of 5d as is clearly shown by the said copy and similarly another copy was brought and shown bearing the date the monday in the week of pentecost 26.5.6Edw4 by which it is shown that the same said Jn Nicoll and others made surrender to a certain Jn James and others and their heirs of one garden called Bugges Garden with the rent per annum of 1h and also it was shown by a copy bearing date the monday in the week of pentecost 1.6.9Hen8 by which it is shown that the lord of this manor granted out of his hands to a certain Jn Estaye Margt his wife and a certain Thos Roote and his heirs one pasture land now enclosed as two pastures and upon one of them sometime built the Tilekell and one pasture land with garden or grove adjoining called Starpetts sometime of Jn Hey afterwards of Jn Wastlyn and late of Jn Cooke with the rent per annum of 7s4d and as mentioned above upon examination made of the court records a roll of court was found bearing the date the monday in the week of pentecost 20.5.2Hen8 by which it was shown that a certain Wm Clarke senior in person surrendered into the hands of the lord in the same said court one tenement with garden adjoining at Dodyngpoollhoo one other tenement called Wanstavys one croft of land called Howletts one croft of land with an aldercarr called Smythes one croft of land with appurtenances sometime of Jn Sextene one tenement sometime of Rich le Hoo and a pasture upon The Hoo late of Jn Walleys and one garden called Heggs Garden late of Thos Haiwarde with a certain pathway lying next to the lord's land called Bregemans on one part and a croft of the lord's land called Teynter Croft with appurtenances etc to the use and behoof of Eliz Wyngfeld widow by right of the said Jn and Ann and their heirs as by the said roll held by the steward of the court is clearly shown and upon this came the said Ann Ashfeld widow and sought admittance to all and singular the said lands and tenements and other premises with appurtenances as sister and heir of the said Jn Wyngfeld deceased and it is clearly shown by the court that the said lands tenements and other premises are the lands and customary tenements and a certain part of them was granted to the aforesaid Eliz Wyngfeld widow in right of the said Ann and that the said Jn Wyngfeld her brother in his lifetime took the profits and acquired the rents and profits of all the other lands and tenements and other premises as mentioned above therefore the lord through his special grace by his steward granted out of his hands to the aforesaid Ann Ashefeld widow all the said lands and tenements and other premises with appurtenances to hold to the same said Ann her heirs and assigns from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor by paying the annual rent thereof to the lord and the heirs of the lord of this manor the ancient rents thereof owing and accustomed to whom the same said Ann by the steward the lord delivered thereof seisin to hold for herself her heirs and assigns from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor saving always whatever are his rights and she gave to the lord for a fine both her proper fine and the fine of the said Jn Wyngfeld her brother and Eliz her mother that had not been paid in her lifetime as is shown in the margin
66s9d for a triple fine and made fealty etc