Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr69)

7.6.1468 (Tuesday 7 June 1468)

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fine 6s8d condition and to this court came Jn Levyng and Clemence his wife she herself by the lord's steward solely and secretly examined Ralph Audele and Jn Smyth and surrendered into the hands of the lord one capital messuage lying in the aforesaid Colne with one half of a rentery with garden adjoining situated between a certain rentery sometime pertaining to the aforesaid capital messuage and by the bounds there shown with appurtenances to the use of Jn Hondwyk Hugh Woodrove and Robt Audele to whom the lord by his steward granted thereof seisin to them to hold to the same said Jn Hondwyk Hugh Woodrove and Robt Audele and their assigns upon the following conditions viz that the aforesaid Jn Hondwyk or his attorney should pay or cause to be paid to the aforesaid Jn Levyng or his assigns 18li sterling viz at easter now next following after the date of this court 40s or within thirteen days then next immediately following and thus to pay from year to year 40s at the said feast and within the days then next immediately following until the said sum of 18li should faithfully be paid and completed that then this surrender should stand in its effect and force for the future and if the said Jn Hondwyk and his assigns should default of any of the payments of the aforesaid sums at any of the feasts or within the day that payment ought to be made in part or in whole that then it should be allowed to the aforesaid Jn Leving and his assigns into the aforesaid capital messuage with its appurtenances as aforesaid and into one cottage sometime parcel of the said tenement with garden adjoining sometime of Thos Morses and with its appurtenances in which same said cottage the aforesaid Jn Leving with his wife surrendered their estate to the use of the aforesaid Jn Hondwyk and other his cofeoffees to reenter and to retake all those messuages with cottage and their appurtenances to keep enjoy and possess the previous surrender made notwithstanding otherwise it should be etc 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 saving the right etc and they gave to the lord for a fine for having such estate thereof as shown etc and made fealty to the lord etc