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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr91 checked with D/DPr71)

17.5.1524 (Tuesday 17 May 1524)

document 61800175

two cottages sometime Osberne Shipphards Xfine 20d to the court came Rich Filbrigge who held jointly together with Jn Tillwick now deceased to them and their heirs of the lord as of this manor by the rod according to the custom of the manor two cottages sometime Osberne Shepparde and after Rich Maykins the foresaid Rich Filbrigge surrendered into the lord's hands the foresaid two cottages with the appurtenances to the use and behoof of Hen Prentis his heirs and assigns who being present in the court came and craved to be admitted thereunto and he is admitted the lord's tenant to whom by the lord's steward there is seisin thereof delivered to hold to him and his heirs and assigns of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor etc and he giveth fine and made fealty yet this surrender and seisin thereof delivered was made on condition following viz that if the fores aid Hen Prentis his heirs or assigns or one of them pay or cause to be paid to the foresaid Rich Filbrigge or his certain attorney or his executor 5li sterling beside the 20s pain in the day of this court to the foresaid Rich paid in manner and form following viz on tuesday in the week of pentecost next coming after the date of this court 6.6.1525 in the parish church of Earls Colne 13s4d sterling and so from year to year always on the said day and year 13s4d until the 4li parcel of the said 5li be fully paid and satisfied and on tuesday in the week of pentecost then next following in the place aforesaid 20s in full payment of the said 5li that then this present surrender and seisin thereof delivered shall stand and remain in all his strength and force and if there be default in any payment of the payments aforesaid contrary to the foresaid form that then it shall be lawful to the said Rich Filbrigge and his heirs into the foresaid two cottages with the appurtenances and every parcel thereof to reenter and have again and to hold possess and enjoy the same as in their former estate and the foresaid Hen Prentis his heirs and assigns from thenceforth wholly to expel and remove this surrender and seisin thereof delivered in anywise notwithstanding