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Earls Colne Manor Court Rolls (ERO D/DPr76)

25.5.1594 (Saturday 25 May 1594)

document 67000648

fine 14li whereas at the leet with court here holden on friday viz 12.6.32Eliz1 Edw Girling and Jn Salter were admitted the lord's tenants to them and their heirs of the surrender of Robt Partridge to a messuage 26a of land 3a of pasture and 1r of meadow called Curds and also to three crofts of land called Barnards Field (Barmans ) Rownecies and Pelles as by the rolls of the same court appeareth and whereas at the leet with court here holden on monday viz 24.7.34Eliz1 it was presented by the homage of that court that the foresaid Edw Girling had surrendered out of that court according to the custom of the same manor all his part purport moiety and interest of and in the premises with appurtenances to the use of Robt Partridge and his heirs and whereas at the leet with the court here holden on saturday viz 9.6.35Eliz1 it was presented by the homage of that court that the foresaid Jn Salter had surrendered all and singular the premises with appurtenances according to the custom of the manor aforesaid to the use of the said Robt Partridge and his heirs and because none came then to take the same out of the lord's hands and it was commanded to the bailiff to seize the same in the lord's hands until etc by virtue whereof the lord was of the premises seised and now it is found by the homage of this court that since the last court and out of this court the foresaid Roger Harlakenden being lord of the manor aforesaid granted out of his hands upon special favour and for certain other consideration him moving to the foresaid Robt Partridge all and singular the foresaid lands and tenements with appurtenances 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 by the ancient rents services and customs therefore due and of right accustomed and the said Robt being so seised the said homage do also present that afterward viz on thursday being 6.12.1593 the foresaid Robt Partridge did surrender into the lord's hands by the hands of Robt Cobbe instead of the bailiff in the presence of Jn Church and Robt Reade two customary tenants the same witnessing according to the custom of the manor aforesaid all and singular the foresaid lands and tenements with appurtenances except 6a of woodland parcel of a certain grove called Curds Grove next adjoining to the lord's demesne called Colne Park to the use and behoof of Rose his wife during the term of her natural life and after to the use and behoof of Jeff Cuckoke senior Jn Cuckoke junior Francis Cuckoke Jeff Cuckoke junior Rose Cuckoke Susan Cuckoke and Prudence Cuckoke children of the said Rose and Jeff Cuckoke sometime her husband and their heirs etc and the homage aforesaid do also present that the foresaid Robt Partridge surrendered into the lord's hands by the hands of Robt Cobbe instead of the bailiff in the presence of Jn Churche and Robt Reade two customary tenants the same witnessing accor ding to the custom of the manor the aforesaid 6a of woodland parcel of a certain grove called Curds Grove next adjoining the lord's demesne called Colne Park to the use and behoof of the aforesaid Roger Harlakenden and his heirs etc