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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr68)

12.11.1425 (Monday 12 November 1425)

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fine 2s6d at this day came Jn Bovyle chaplain Robt Atte Park Jn Wryghte and Roger Bovyle and surrendered into the hands of the lord one messuage built and situated between a messuage of Wm Ate Wode sometime Berys on one part and the messuage of Roger Deynes on the other part one head abutting on land called Teggeslond the other head thereof upon the king's highway leading towards Colchester to the use of Edw Whetherell Amy his wife Robt Skot chaplain Jn Hakon and Jn Cook to whom the lord granted thereof seisin to hold to themselves their heirs and assigns by ancient services and customs saving the rights etc and upon the condition that the aforesaid Edw Amy Robt Jn and Jn Cook should pay or cause to be paid to the same said Jn Bovyle chaplain or his true attorney 6li of good english money in the form set out below viz at the feast of easter next 13s4d and at the feast of michaelmas next 13s4d and at such feasts next following the agreed sums until the aforesaid sum of 6li should be paid to the aforesaid Jn Bovyle or his rightful attorneys without waste or strip being made and if it should happen that the aforesaid Edw Amy Robt Jn and Jn in any year in part or in whole in any of the aforesaid payments should fall in arrears by fifteen days or any strip or waste should happen there they truly it should be allowed to the same said Jn Bovyle chaplain Robt Atte Park Jn Wryght and Roger Bovyle to reenter and retain the same in their former estate forever provided that if the aforesaid Edw Amy Robt Jn and Jn concerning any of the arrears or payments thereof with damages charges and expenses which should be held within any of the fifteen days then following on to be paid to the aforesaid Jn Bovyle chaplain have not made satisfaction and upon this they gave to the lord for a fine as shown and made fealty