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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr80)

27.12.1676 (Friday 27 December 1676)

document 39800921

fine 1li4swhereas at a court here held 22.4.1669 Mary Alcock now wife of Robt Harrington was admitted to her and her heirs to one tenement and garden with appurtenances called Cloviers now at this court it appeared to the homage that 26.12. the said Robt Harrington and Mary his wife came before Jn Eldred esq steward of the manor aforesaid and the said Mary solely and secretly examined by the steward and consenting surrendered into the hands of the lord by the said steward all that cottage or tenement that was late a barn belonging to the tenements aforesaid called Clovers with appurtenances with a yard belonging late divided with a fence containing in length 45ft more or less and in breadth 28ft or thereabouts and the use of a well pertaining to the tenement called Clovers when necessary and a way from the yard of the tenement once a barn to the common street of Earls Colne aforesaid as it is now divided to the sole use of Jn Garret of Earls Colne aforesaid maltster his heirs and assigns forever who present here in court humbly petitioned admittance etc to whom the steward delivered seisin etc to have and to hold the said cottage late a barn and the yard and the surrendered premises to the said Jn Garret his heirs and assigns of the lord etc and he gave the lord for fine etc