Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr80)

27.12.1676 (Friday 27 December 1676)

document 39801090

fine 2liwhereas at a court here held 2.6.1666 Prudence Hutton after the wife of Thos Fuller was admitted to her and her heirs to parcel of a cottage called Rushefield against the south viz to three ground floor rooms with a room above and to all the yard or garden pertaining to them which part of the yard aforesaid lies against the north to the middle of the chimney of the aforesaid house to a common way leading from Earls Colne to Great Tey as divided and at the last general court here held it appeared to the homage that the said Prudence lately died and that Thos Fuller now an infant aged 7yrs or thereabouts is her son and heir who present here in court humbly petitioned admittance etc to whom the steward delivered seisin etc to have and to hold the parcel of the said cottage etc to Thos Fuller and his heirs legitimately procreated and for defect of issue to the existing heirs of the body of the said Prudence the remainder as shown by the last will of Hen Hutton senior deceased of the lord etc and he gave the lord for fine etc