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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr86)

11.4.1749 (Tuesday 11 April 1749)

document 42800335

also at this court it is found and presented by homage that on 11.2.last Robt Pennock a customary tenant of manor out of court surrendered by rod into hands of lords by hands and acceptance of Rich Wale gentleman steward all his copyhold tenement or cottage and garden called Charles Paine and one shop called the Forge with appurtenances situate next the churchyard in occupation of Plampin Wenden butcher or assigns reversion and reversion remainder and remainders rents issues and profits of said premises and every part and parcel to use of his daughter Ann wife of Plampin Wenden butcher her heirs and assigns forever and because none came etc therefore proclamation was made and first default is recorded