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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr77)

28.3.1627 (Wednesday 28 March 1627)

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whereas at a view with court here held 16.4.1623 Hen Making was admitted tenant of the lord for himself his heirs and his assigns by the surrender of Nich Borley to one tenement or cottage in the said Earls Colne as by copy of a roll of this court here in court lawfully and fully produced and shown now at this court it is shown by the homage that the said Hen Making after the last court and before this court viz 21.6.last past surrendered into the hands of the lord in the presence of Jn Reade instead of the bailiff and Robt Crowe and Jn Clerck two customary tenants the same testifying the said tenement or cottage called or known by the name or names as The Wine Taverne then in the tenure of Jn Pennock to the use and behoof of the said Jn Pennock and Margery his wife and to the longer liver and after their decease to the use and behoof of the heirs and assigns of the said Jn Pennock forever who the same said Jn Pennock and Hugh Potter attorney for the said Margery present here in court sought their admittance to the premises to whom the lord by his said steward granted seisin thereof to have to the aforesaid Jn Pennock and Margery his wife and to the longer liver and the heirs of the said Jn 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 services and customs thereunto belonging and by right accustomed and they gave to the lord their fine as is shown in the margin     and the said Jn made fealty and they were admitted tenants thereof