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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr76)

24.7.34Eliz1 (Monday 24 July 1592)

document 66901615

a death presented Parker freeto this court came Robt Parker and brought forth here in court a certain deed dated at Colne aforesaid 4.2.12Edw4 etc the tenor whereof followeth in these words viz knoweth all men that are and shall be that I Robt Clark of Earls Colne have demised granted and by this my present deed delivered to Alice Mordon widow one garden with appurtenances called Petmans containing by estimation about 1r and it lieth in the town of Colne aforesaid between Tollehousegreen of the one part and the croft of Robt Smith called Berecroft of the other part the one head abutting upon the croft of Wm Hauks and the other head upon the garden of me the said Robt Clarke which garden with appurtenances I lately had of the release of Steph Ashford of Heibridge in my full possession being as in his release thereof to me and mine heirs and assigns made dated at Earls Colne aforesaid the 20.1.9Edw4 etc more at large appeareth to have and to hold the foresaid garden with appurtenances to the foresaid Alice for term of her life of the chief lord of the fee by the services therefore due and of right accustomed so that after her decease the foresaid garden with appurtenances shall remain to Robt Mellsoppe and Agnes his wife Jn Hay Jn Marche and Jn Carter their heirs and assigns to have and to hold to them their heirs and assigns of the chief lord of that fee by the services therefore due and accustomed for ever and I the foresaid Robt Clarke and mine heirs will warrant the said garden with appurtenances to the said Alice Robt Mellsoppe and Agnes his wife Jn Hay Jn Martche and Jn Carter their heirs and assigns against all men for ever in witness whereof to this my present deed I have set my seal these witnesses Wm Denney Thos Olmested Jn Clark Jn James Jn Haukes Wm Tilveke Jn Hale Wm Kenne Robt Prince and others and the foresaid homage present that since the last court Jn Parker died seised of the premises and that Jn Parker is his son and next heir who being present in court acknowledged to hold the premises in form aforesaid and made fealty to the lord