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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr70)

26.2.1507 (Friday 26 February 1507)

document 60300047

Bromecrofts fine for entry 3s4d whereas at the view of the free pledge with the court holden on tuesday in the week of pentecost in the 21Hen7 2.6.1506 it plainly appearth that Isabel Tidder widow appearing in the court craved licence of the lord and his court that she might reenter on one messuage and garden customary with the appurtenances called Jolldens one croft containing 4a2r called Parkefield three crofts of land called Bromecrofts and three crofts of land called Wallefields all which lands and tenements with the appurtenances the said Isabel lately surrendered unto the lord's hands to the use of Rich Woodstocke alias Bury his heirs etc on condition of payment of divers sums of money to be paid as in the view of the freepledge with the court there holden on tuesday in the week of pentecost in the 21Hen7 2.6.1506 more plainly appeareth now it is found that the said Rich Woodstocke is deceased and that the said Rich paid not the aforesaid payment in his lifetime nor caused them to be paid by virtue if which non payment of the foresaid payments the foresaid Isabel hath reentered on the foresaid lands and tenements with the appurtenances by the licence of the lord and his court and is seised in the premises in her demesne as of fee according to the custom of the manor and quiteth the fine for her reentry aforesaid to be had as appears in the head and the said Isabel so seised came now to this court and surrendered into the lord's hands three crofts called Bromecrofts parcel of the premises to the use of Robt Bieston and his heirs to whom there is seisin thereof delivered to hold to him Jn Tilwicke and their heirs of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor and they give fine and and (sic) made fealty fine 16d