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Freehold Titles (private Col. Probert deed of Hayhouse land)

18.9.1526 (Tuesday 18 September 1526)

document 49900005

freehold deed of Hayhouse property 18.9.1526 five pieces of land and two crofts of lands with appurtenances lying together and separately in the town and fields of Earls Colne the first piece of which land called Great Field lies between the land called Hayhouse Land on the one side and land of the prior and convent of Colne aforesaid called Priestland and land called Brownesland on the other side one head abutting upon the land called Cote Croft and the other head on the land called Hayhouse Land the second parcel of land called Cote Croft lies between the highway from Colne to the park called Colne Park on the one side and land of the earl of Oxford on the other one head abuts on land called Herstfield and other head on way called Marsh Land and Great Field aforesaid the third piece of land called the Marsh lies between the land of the said earl of Oxford called Hitchcocks Land on the one side and the said land called Hayhouse land on the other side on head abutting the said way called Marsh Land and the other head on a cottage anciently called Bromes the fourth piece of land called Bromes Croft lies between the Hayhouse land on the one side and the highway to Colne Park on the other one head abuts on lands called Longland and the other on the highway aforesaid the fifth piece of land called Longland lies between land called Perriecrofte Perry Field on the one side and land of the earl of Oxford on the other one head thereof abuts on the land called Bomes Croft the other on land called Cogges Croft the two aforesaid crofts of land called Brounesland lie together between the said land called Great Field or Rye Field and the said land called Priestland on the north and east side and land called Garyland on the south side and abuts to the east on land called Rye Field and to the west on land of prior and convent called Dagenhall which said five pieces of land and two crofts with the appurtenances are known by the descriptions of 20a 3a of meadow and 10a of pasture with appurtenances in Earls Colne