Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/239/46 depositions: Edw earl of Oxford v Roger and Rich Harlakenden)

23.4.36Eliz1 (Tuesday 23 April 1594)

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eight that the demesne of the said manor of Colne Priory the wood there called Chalkney Wood the mills there the parsonage and tithes there the rents and services with profits of courts belonging to the said manor if the same were out of lease are well worth the clear yearly value of 300li per annum or thereabouts and saith to that interrogatory he cannot depose not remembering the certain number of the copyholders belonging unto the said manor of Colne Priory or what their rents do amount unto but remembers that the copyholders fines of the manor are arbitrable by the custom of the said manor