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

30.5.1542 (Tuesday 30 May 1542)

document 63600403

Browns messuagefine 12d it is found by the homage that Joan Carter widow lately the wife of Jn Carter and before the wife of Wm Davyson deceased who held to her and her assigns of the lord as of this manor by the rod one messuage with a garden adjoining and the appurtenances sometime Jn Sloe's and since Rich Browne's and late the said Wm Davyson's to remain after her decease to one Helen Davyson daughter of the foresaid Wm and her heirs always provided that if it should happen that the said Helen to die within age and without issue of her that then the foresaid messuage with the garden adjoining and the appurtenances should wholly remain to Wm Logan and Robt Myles of Coggeshall executors of the last will and testament of the said Wm Davison and their heirs to sell and the money thereof coming to be disposed according to the last will of the said Wm Davison deceased as in the leet with the court here holden on tuesday in the week of pentecost in the 8Hen8 13.5.1516 more at large appears the said Joan died since the last court of such estate seised and they say further that the said Helen is likewise deceased without issue of her whereupon to this court came the foresaid Robt Myles executor surviving the said Wm Logan (deceased) and craveth to be admitted to the foresaid messuage with the garden adjoining with the appurtenances by reason of the remainder aforesaid and because it is so found by the homage that the said Joan and Helen are deceased as before therefore the foresaid Robt Myles is admitted the lord's tenant thereof to whom by the lord's steward there is seisin thereof delivered to hold to him his heirs and assigns of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor to sell and the money coming thereof to bestow according to the tenor force form and effect of the last will of the said Wm Davison deceased and the foresaid Robt Myles giveth fine and made fealty