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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr77)

30.9.1611 (Monday 30 September 1611)

document 37700123

fine 4liwhereas at a view of frankpledge with court baron here held friday being 7.10.1608 Thos Peiretree was admitted tenant of the lord for himself and his heirs by the surrender of Robt Peiretree to one cottage or tenement now built upon one small parcel of pasture parcel of Rushefielde with one yard and garden adjoining the same as it is now enclosed and divided from the rest of the said parcel of pasture called Rushefielde at the north west corner of the said pasture as by a roll of that same court here in court produced and clearly shown now at this court it is shown by the homage that the said Thos Peiretree after the last court and before this court surrendered into the hands of the lord by the hands of Jn Hunwick instead of the bailiff in the presence of Edw Cressener gentleman and Thos Smithe customary tenants the same testifying according to the custom of the said manor all the said premises with their appurtenances to the use and behoof of Wm Greene and his heirs and that the said Wm Greene died after the last court so seised of his premises and that Frances Greene and Marcia Greene are daughters and coheirs of the said Wm which said Frances and Marcia now to this court by Ann Greene their mother and deputy came and sought admittance for themselves to the premises and because it is thus shown by the homage the lord by his steward granted to them seisin thereof to have to them and their heirs in coparcenary to hold from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the said manor by the rents and services thereunto belonging and by right accustomed and they gave to the lord their fine as is shown in the margin etc and they were admitted thereof tenants and their fealty was respited until etc and because the said Frances and Marcia are under age viz the said Frances 4yrs and the said Marcia 2yrs therefore custody of their bodies and of the said land is committed to Ann Greene in their right to have for herself and her assigns until each of them reaches the age of fourteen at that time giving to them the profits