Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr79)

2.4.1662 (Wednesday 2 April 1662)

document 39400696

at this court it was shown by the homage that Walt Pease who held for himself and his heirs one messuage or tenement with appurtenances called Garlands after the last court viz 3.12.1661 surrendered into the hands of the lord by the hands of Phil Mole of Earls Colne yeoman instead of the bailiff and in the presence of Wm Adams and Jn Izarson two customary tenants of the said manor the same testifying all that part of the said messuage now in the separate tenure of the said Walt viz the hall room the lower room and the upper room or sollar above the said lower room with all that part of the yard or the garden plot separate or separated from the corner post of the said hall room on the east side of the well in the said yard towards the ash tree growing in the fences pertaining to the messuage called The Bell on the east and from the corner post of a certain messuage late in the tenure of Helen Sheppard to the ash tree growing in the fence pertaining to the free land of Jn Izarson on the north to the use and behoof of Phil Mole son of Thos Mole brazier and Grace daughter of the said Walt as the said Phil was then going to marry her and the heirs of their bodies legitimately procreated but because no one came to take the premises from the hands of the lord after proclamation was thrice made there was a precept to the bailiff of the manor to seize the premises into the hands of the lord