Freehold Titles (ERO D/DPr215 Hen Morley to Phil Moal bond)

2.5.1668 (Saturday 2 May 1668)

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know you by these presents that Hen Morley of Earls Colne bricklayer is firmly bound to Phil Moal of Earls Colne husbandman in 100li by the same Phil or his certain attorney or assigns paid 23.5.1668 the condition of the above written obligation is such that whereas the above bound Hen Morley in consideration of the sum of 19li paid unto the above bounden Hen Morley the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge before the sealing and delivery of these presents doth by his deed bearing date the same day as these presents given granted bargained sold and enfeoffed and confirmed unto the said Phil Moal and after the decease of the said Phil to Jn Moal his son and his heirs forever my freehold tenement or cottage and garden on or near unto the green in Earls Colne now in the tenure or occupation of Hen Wiseman provided always not withstanding that if the said Hen Morley his heirs executors administrators and every of them do from time to time and at all times hereafter save and keep harmless the said Phil Moal his heirs executors and assigns from all claim or claims molestation interruption expulsion encumbrance whatsoever in or concerning the aforementioned premises or any part thereof by any manner of person or persons whatsoever in by or under the said Hen Morley his heirs executors administrators etc or by any one of their procurement but that the said Phil Moal and John Moal his heirs executors etc do from time to time and at all times hereafter quietly and peaceably have hold occupy and enjoy the aforesaid tenement cottage and garden without any encumbrance or encumbrances as aforementioned that then the above written obligation to be void and of none effect or else to stand remain and be in full force and virtue sealed and delivered in the presence of us Jn Bagshawe J Garrett mark Hen Morley