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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr77)

18.2.1606 (Tuesday 18 February 1606)

document 37301645

fine 4sto this court came Robt Pearetree and Thos Pearetree who held to themselves and their heirs from the lord by the rod one piece or parcel of pasture called Rushfield and also one customary meadow with appurtenances called Rushmeade in the said Colne containing altogether by estimation about 6a according as at the view with court here held monday viz 24.7.1592 it was fully shown in court and surrendered into the hands of the lord by the hands of his said steward the said premises with appurtenances viz to the intention that division is made according to their agreement whereupon the lord thus granted seisin thereof of existing grants from his hands to the said Robt Peartree one part or parcel of the said pasture called Rushfield containing by estimation about 6a divided from the rest of the said pasture lying between customary lands of this manor called Lowfields now in the tenure of Wm Rayner towards the north west and the said remainder of the said pasture towards the north and also one part or parcel of the said meadow called Rushfield Meadow containing by estimation about 2a1r lying between the meadow called Siggs Meadow towards the north west and the rest of the said meadow towards the south as it is divided and shown by the metes and bounds to have to the said Robt Pearetree and his heirs to hold from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor by the rent of 13s4d per annum and the said services and customs thereunto belonging and by right accustomed and he gave to the lord his fine as is shown in the margin and made fealty and was admitted tenant thereof