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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr66)

5.6.1403 (Tuesday 5 June 1403)

document 54300343

complaintRich Fuller was charged to reply to Andrew Golde and Joan his wife concerning a plea that he should return to them one cottage with garden adjoining sometime of Rich Lambarde's of Colne of which they say that the said Rich was seised of the aforesaid cottage with garden in the time of Edward etc by the rod according to the custom of the manor and he surrendered the aforesaid cottage with appurtenances into the hands of the lady at a court held on monday next after the feast of st hilary 14.1.26Edw3 to the use of Jn le Wryght and Alice his wife and the heirs of their bodies legitimately procreated by virtue of which the tenancy of the aforesaid cottage with appurtenances is descended and by right it should descend to the aforesaid Joan as the daughter and heir of the aforesaid Jn Wryght and Alice his wife by which she seeks pronouncement and the aforesaid Rich Fuller defends the himself from the injury and he says that no such gift was made as the aforesaid Andrew and Joan submitted and for this he places himself upon the evidence and the aforesaid Andrew and Joan likewise and upon this they are sworn charged and tried and the jury the names of whom are shown below say upon their oath and no such gift was made as the said Andrew and Joan submitted therefore they themselves are in mercy
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