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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr69)

26.5.1461 (Tuesday 26 May 1461)

document 58600384

fine illegible text to the same said court came Rich Multon Ralph Audele and Wm Gardener and surrendered into the hands of the lord one tenement in Colne sometime of Gunner Turnor with appurtenances late in the tenure of Jn Turnor to the use of Jn Feror otherwise called Kene and Joan his wife and of Jn March junior to whom was delivered thereof seisin to have and to hold to the aforesaid Jn Jn and Joan their heirs and assigns forever by the rod at the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor saving the rights etc upon the following condition that if the aforesaid Jn Joan and Jn should pay or cause to be paid to the aforesaid Rich Ralph and Wm or any of their rightful attorneys on the day of the leet 6s8d and at the feast of michaelmas then next following 6s8d and at the feast of pentecost then next following 6s8d and at the feast of michaelmas then next following 6s8d and thus always to be paid at the aforesaid two feasts 13s4d until the sum of 15marks should be fully paid and if there should be default in any of the aforesaid payments at any of the aforesaid terms thus above delimited and specified that then truly it should be allowed to the aforesaid Rich Ralph a nd Wm to reenter into the whole of the aforesaid tenement with its appurtenances to rehold it and possess in their former estate the aforesaid surrender and seisin upon this delivered notwithstanding and further the aforesaid Rich Multon should have the right to one room freely for himself and from the said tenement to be separated as for his convenience thereof during his lifetime and upon this they gave for a fine etc as etc and made fealty etc