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

1854 (1854)

document 80000200

Copyhold of Priory - quitrent 1s6d as apportioned 1630 Vicar of Gosfield the rev Steph Williamson Dowell 29.8.1849 on vacation of the rev Chas Wm Lloyd is admitted and holds the right to the said vicarage - to all that 1a more or less parcel of a field called Millfield etc lands lying in the parish of Sible Hedingham and Great Maplestead or one of them etc. Fine £3.3s

1743 rev Walt Hart surrender of Joseph Finch

1751 rev Jn Erskine

1782 rev Jn Thurlow

1831 rev Jn Steadman

1838 rev Chas Wm Lloyd

1849 rev Steph Wilkinson Dowell

2r23p of this glebe surrendered to the Halstead and Colne Valley Railway Company and enfranchised 1862

There are certain tenements and a quantity of land copyhold of the manor lying nearly together in the parishes of Castle and Sible Hedingham and of Great Maplestead of which I have obtained maps and quantities chiefly from the Commutation map of Sible Hedingham and from my own manorial maps and documents as will be seen on reference to the map no. 3 and forward page 181. With respect to the parcel attached to the vicarage of Gosfield, lying in Sible Hedingham and marked no. 1194 and called Alderford Hall Pasture containing 3r23p there may have been more as the vicarage has other pasturage adjoining. It was formerly in the possession, with other lands of Barth Hayward in 1630 - he sold two portions of this - and the quitrent of 1s6d was attached to that portion which afterwards became attached to the vicarage of Gosfield. It descended to Joseph Finch on the death of his father Wm (Edw Finch ) and he in the same year presented it to Walt Hart and his successors as vicars of the said vicarage of Gosfield as a perpetual augmentation of the said vicarage - From Walt Hart the title traced opposite