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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr68)

12.11.1431 (Monday 12 November 1431)

document 56800659

fine 5s condition to this court came Jn Tylere senior and Margt his wife for herself solely examined and consenting by the steward and surrendered into the hands of the lord one messuage with garden sometime of Jn Turnor and afterwards of Wm Atte Wod and afterwards of Thos Kelet and Robt Sebryth as it lies between a messuage of Thos Segge clerk and lately of Robt Segge on one part and a lane leading towards Okemannes Tenement and Borwes on the other part one head abutting upon the king's highway leading from the aforesaid Colne towards Halstead and the other head abutting upon a croft of land of the said Thos Segge to the use of Thos Pakenham Robt Sebryth the aforesaid Jn Turnor and Jn Tylere junior upon this following condition however that the aforesaid Thos Pakenham Robt Jn and Jn or their attorney should pay or cause to be paid to the aforesaid Jn Tyler senior and Margt his wife or their certain attorney 14marks sterling viz at the feast of all saints next following after the date of this court 26s8d sterling and at the feast of all saints then next following 26s8d sterling and thus from year to year until the aforesaid sum should be paid to whom the lord now at this court granted thereof seisin to hold to the same said Thos Pakenham Robt Jn and Jn the heirs and assigns of the said Thos from the lord at the will of the lord by the ancient services and customs etc and upon the aforesaid conditions etc saving the right etc and if it should happen that the aforesaid Thos Pakenham Robt Jn and Jn or their attorneys should default in the aforesaid payment at any of the terms aforesaid in part or in whole not paid then truly it should be allowed to the aforesaid Jn and Margt his wife or their rightful attorneys by the lord's licence to reenter the aforesaid messuage with garden adjoining with appurtenances and to retain it notwithstanding this surrender otherwise it should stand in its force and vigour and they gave to the lord for a fine etc and made fealty etc