Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr69)

26.3.1465 (Tuesday 26 March 1465)

document 58900214

fine 12d whereas at a court with view here held on the tuesday in pentecost week 22.5.4Edw4 it was shown by the homage that Thos Paycok of Coggeshale upon his death bed out of court surrendered into the hands of the lord by the hands of the lord's bailiff one cottage with curtilage adjoining called Parchymyners sometime of Rich Skynnere as it lies between a tenement late of Wm Payn now of Jn Mannyng of Great Tey on one part and a cottage late of the said Thos Paycock sometime of Rich Skynnere on the other part abutting upon a croft of the said Thos Paycock on the other opposite the wall of the priory of the aforesaid Colne to the use of Jn the son of the said Thos Paycock as provided in his last will and because no one came i nto court to claim the same therefore it was presented to the bailiff to seize the same into the hands viz the aforesaid tenement with appurtenances and of the profits thereof to the lord etc saving the rights etc until etc and to this same court came the aforesaid Paycok junior son of the said Thos Paycok and sought to have from the lord the said cottage with appurtenances according to the form of the aforesaid surrender out of the hands of the lord as the last will of the said Thos his father and immediately in this same said court the lord out of his special grace by his steward granted the aforesaid cottage with appurtenances out of his hands to the aforesaid Jn junior son of the said Thos Paycok Wm Smyth of Coggeshale Robt Godrich of the same (Coggeshall) and Thos Bakere of Earls Colne to hold to them and their assigns from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord and according to the custom of the manor by the ancient services and customs etc as the last will of the aforesaid Thos Paycok to be set out saving the rights etc and they gave to the lord for a fine as shown etc and made fealty to the lord etc