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

3.6.1533 (Tuesday 3 June 1533)

document 62700287

Garlands X and of timberfine 2s at this court the lord's by their steward granted out of their hands to Jn Mendham of Colne aforesaid one tenement with a garden adjoining called Garlands lying in Colne aforesaid viz between the tenement of Joan Mugge widow on the west side and the land of Rich Booner called     toward the east one head thereof abutteth upon the highway toward the south and the other upon the tenement of Geo Bieston toward the north to hold to the same Jn Mendham and his assigns during the term of his life of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor yielding therefore yearly to the lord and his heirs lord's of this manor 20d of yearly rent at two usual terms of the year to be paid viz the feast of michaelmas and annunciation by even portions to be paid and suit at the court to which Jn Mendham by the lord's steward according to the tenor force form and effect of a certain precept and warrant of the lord Jn now earl of Oxenford to the said steward sent and directed and with the court roll there is seisin thereof delivered to hold to him and his assigns during the whole term of his life of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor etc to remain after his decease to the lord's of this manor and their heirs etc and he giveth fine and made fealty etc always provided that the said Jn Mendham him and his assigns shall have of the lord sufficient great timber for the reparation of the said tenement with the appurtenances as often as hereafter shall be needful and the foresaid Jn Mendham and his assigns shall well and sufficiently repair and maintain the said tenement with the appurtenances in all things during the term aforesaid at their own costs and charges