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Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/297 part 2 no 80 depositions: Rosse v Harlakenden)

13.2.1623 (Thursday 13 February 1623)

document 17701144

eight he surely thinketh that the said complainant Rose was first admitted tenant unto the said copyhold messuages and lands now in question upon or shortly after the decease of her said husband Jeff Cuckoe to hold to her and her heirs according to the custom of the said manor and whether the said Rose did at any time after she was first admitted tenant unto the said messuage and copyhold land come into the open court of the said manor or of either of them and make any actual or real surrender of the said messuages and lands or of any of them this deponent saith he doth not know neither doth he know to the contrary but that the said complainant Rose hath always since her first admittance unto the said messuage and lands been in quiet possession thereof and was never readmitted thereunto but continueth therein in her first estate as this deponent verily believeth and touching any other particular point in this interrogatory mentioned this deponents saith he cannot materially depose thereunto