Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr84)

30.4.1729 (Wednesday 30 April 1729)

document 41800354

and afterwards comes Jn Barfoote gentleman into court and complains against the said Geo of the said lands etc and makes protestation to prosecute his plaint in form and nature of a writ etc of entry upon a disseisin in le post at common law and prays process etc and said Geo present etc freely appears and answers and after Jn demands against said Geo the said tenement with appurtenances as his right and inheritance etc which said Geo has not entry but after the disseisin which Hugo Hunt thereupon unjustly and without judgement made to said Jn within thirty years last past and says he was seised in his demesne as of fee etc and thereupon brings suit and said Geo comes and defends his right etc and vouches to warranty said Wm who present here in court freely warrants etc after said Jn demands against said Wm etc and says he was seised etc and said Wm comes and defends etc and lastly vouches to warranty Dan Cobb who present in court freely warrants etc and after Jn demands against said Dan etc and says he was seised and Dan etc says that Hugo Hunt did not disseise said Jn of the tenement with appurtenances as Jn by his writ supposes and of this he puts himself etc said Jn prays leave to imparl at three hours after noon on this day it is granted etc at said hour Jn comes again but said Dan although solemnly demanded does not etc and made default therefore it is considered that said Jn recover seisin against said Geo of said tenement with appurtenances and that Geo have of lands etc of said Wm to the value etc and that said Wm lastly have of the lands etc of said Dan to the value etc said Dan in mercy etc afterwards Jn prays precept etc afterwards Isaac Potter as baillie returned precept etc and caused said Jn to have full seisin etc after which comes Jn and petitions etc admitted tenant to premises according to form and effect of said recovery etc