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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr76)

9.6.35Eliz1 (Saturday 9 June 1593)

document 66902183

fine 7liwhereas at the court here holden on saturday being 2.1.27Eliz1 Thos Underwood was admitted the lord's tenant to him and his heirs by the surrender of Thos Warner to a tenement and garden adjoining with appurtenances called Goldesgate as by meets and bounds it is divided and set out and also to three crofts of land called Wallfields lying in Earls Colne aforesaid with appurtenances as by meets and bounds also more at large is divided and shown as by the copies of the rolls of the same court shown here in court sufficiently appeareth now the homage aforesaid present that since the last court and out of court the foresaid Thos Underwood surrendered all and singular the premises with appurtenances by the name of all the lands and tenements with appurtenances in the tenure and occupation of Geo Pilgrim or his assigns unto the lord's hands by the hands of Robt Cooper instead of the bailiff in the presence of Jn Greene and Robt Rooks two customary tenants the same witnessing according to the custom of the manor aforesaid to the use and behoof of Robt Lytherlande of Coggeshall yeoman on condition that the foresaid Robt Lytherland his heirs should sell all and singular the premises with appurtenances to the best advantage to the intent that the money thereof coming should be to pay the debts of the same Thos as soon as might be after the death of the same Thos to which Robt Lytherland present here in court there is seisin thereof granted to have and to hold to him and heirs of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor aforesaid by the rents and services and customs therefore due and of right accustomed and he made fine and fealty etc
fine 20s and afterward the foresaid Robt Lytherland being so seised here in full and open court surrendered all and singular the premises with appurtenances into the lord's hands by the hands of his steward aforesaid to the use of Rich Underwood and his heirs to which Rich there is seisin thereof granted to have and to hold to him and his heirs of the lord by the rod to the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor aforesaid by the rents and services and customs therefore due and of right accustomed and he made fine and fealty and is admitted for which purchase the foresaid Rich gave unto the foresaid Robt Lytherland 85li being so much as the foresaid Robt could sell the premises for which sum was bestowed about the debts of the said Thos Underwood