Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr81)

26.3.1690 (Wednesday 26 March 1690)

document 40200038

at a court held 9.11.1688 Jn Savill was admitted to certain customary lands with appurtenances called Bridgemans one head thereof abutting upon lands called Stanley and Newmans against the east and the other head abutting on lands called Swannells against the south another head abutting on the highway leading from Earls Colne to Colne Engaine to the west and another head on the great river to the north containing 13a and also to all those three parts the whole into four parts divided of a certain meadow or parcel of land called Pakesgate Mead alias Ringers with appurtenances lying next to Colne Park containing 10a and also to the fourth part of the aforesaid meadow called Pakesgate Mead into four parts divided now at this court it appeared that after the last court he died and that Mary Savill and Eliz Savill are cousins that is sisters and coheirs of the said Jn and upon this the said Mary Savill by Jn Savill gentleman her father and attorney and deputy in this part was admitted to half the premises etc in coparcenary with the said Eliz the other coheir and gave fine and because the said Mary is an infant aged 11yrs therefore custody is given to the said Jn Savill until she reaches the age of twenty one years etc and he gave fine for custody