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Rental of the Manors of Earls Colne and Colne Priory (ERO D/DPr118)

1854 (1854)

document 80000185

mrs Mary Gee 30.12.1839 - on surrender of Jeremiah Shave to all that customary messuage now consisting of three tenements situate on Colne Green being parcel of Lophams alias Windmill Hill Copyhold of Earldom - quitrent 8d

and also to all that piece or parcel of land (adjoining) situate on Colne Green and formerly of Wm Ellis etc. Earls Colne manor - quitrent 8d

total 1s4d - Fine £15.15

title to the first part 1752 Jeremiah Mayhew death of mother Sarah

title to second part 1742 Wm Ellis death of his father Rich Ellis

1765 seized into hand of lord

1773 Sam Shelley grant from the lord

1782 seized into hands of lord

1788 Mary Shave will of uncle J. Mayhew to first part

1799 same - grant from lord to the second part

1812 Jeremiah Shave to the first parcel

1822 same - to the second parcel which had been omitted

enfranchised 1865

47 (47) Commutation map - cottages and gardens 1r29p

sketch plan

Since the purchase of mrs Gee she had pulled these cottages down, under licence granted 1839 and erected an ornamental cottage in two or three tenements on the north-east corner. She was to have erected another cottage but it has not yet been done

Terrier 1598 Lophams Garden Edw Clemens

note. In 1580 (1582) I find an entry - Edw Veer earl of Oxford by the advice of Israel Aimes esq his surveyor grants to Jn Robjent this parcel of waste - This Israel Aimes (he spells his name Amyce in the old Terrier) is the gentleman who made the maps and Terrier of the manors for mr Roger Harlakenden in 1598 not many years after purchase from the Earl of Oxford. He also made a Terrier etc of the manor of Hedingham