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Freehold Titles (ERO D/DPr182 Roger Harlakenden recovery of Colne Park)

8.7.26Eliz1 (Wednesday 8 July 1584)

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Elizabeth by the grace of god queen etc to all men to whom these presents shall come greetings know you that in the court of common pleas at Westminster before Edm Anderson knight justice of the common bench trinity 26Eliz1 Essex Rich Hardes in his proper person petitioned against Roger Harlakenden esq Colne Park with five messuages five tofts five gardens 300a of land 200a of meadow 70a of pasture 200a of wood and 40s rent with appurtenances in Earls Colne Hawstead and Markshall with their hereditaments that the said Roger did not have ingress except after the disseisin which Hugh Hunt unjustly had from the said Rich within thirty years etc and the said Roger came in his proper person and brought to warrant Edw earl of Oxford who by Jn Lutwyche his attorney came and warranted the park tenements and rents with appurtenances to him the said Rich petitioned against the said earl tenant by his warranty of the park tenements and rents aforesaid in the form aforesaid which park lands and rents aforesaid with appurtenances he held in his demesne as of fee in the time of peace in the time of this now queen taking to the value etc and the said earl tenant by his warrant defended when etc and brought to warrant David Hoell who in court in his proper person warranted the park tenements and rents aforesaid to him and after that the said Rich petitioned against the said David tenant by his warrant of the park tenements and rents aforesaid in the form aforesaid etc and said that he held the park tenements and rents aforesaid in his demesne as of fee in the time of peace in the time of the now queen taking profits to the value etc and the aforeaid David tenant by his warrant defended his right and said that the aforesaid Hugo did not disseise the said Rich of the park tenements and rents aforesaid with appurtenances as the said Rich unjustly said and the said Rich petitioned licence to imparl and this etc and afterwards the said Rich appeared in court in his proper person but the said David though solemnly required did not appear but made default therefore it is agreed that the said Rich recover his seisin against the said Roger of the said park tenements and rents aforesaid with appurtenances and that the said Roger to have of the lands of the said earl to the value etc and that the said earl have of the lands of the said David to the value etc and the said David is in mercy and afterwards the said Rich petitioned licence of the queen to be granted seisen of the park tenements and rents aforesaid with appurtenances and it is agreed returnable this octave in michaelmas to have and to hold to the said Rich etc 8.7.26Eliz1 Fylmer