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

1854 (1854)

document 80000470

Copyhold of Earldom

quitrent 1s8d Wm Fisher Hobbs 20.3.1845 on surrender of Jn Dixon Piper all that messuage etc. situate in Earls Colne near the churchyard, with the yard, garden etc. together with a certain way to carry and recarry etc. from the garden to a lane called Bearcroft Lane

1749 Rich Wale surrender of Ann Potter sometime Boosby

1765 Jn Burles under will of Chas Wale who was admitted in 1762 as brother and next heir of Rich Wale

1790 Robt Finney

1798 Dan Hoy

1830 Jn Dixon Piper

1845 purchase fine £8.8s

The whole premises to which Dan Hoy was admitted in 1798 on surrender of Robt Finny were more extensive and the entire quitrent 2s6d - parcel of the premises he surrendered to Edm Smee 1823 on whose admission the division and description of the respective copyholds will be found, and the quitrent apportioned - 1s8d being attached to the portion retained by Dan Hoy - now in W.F. Hobbs and 10d attached to the premises surrendered to Edm Smee in 1823

In the rental of 1756 the whole premises are called Browns messuage and in the terrier of 1598 fo. 61 they are called Davisons in possession of Rich Parker and I find 3Hen8 they were in possession of Robt Ward on the surrender of Rich Browne and surrendered by R. Ward to Wm Davison

Rough abstract of title page 21-2

no. 6. 6. 6. (6) The double tenement and garden adjoining the churchyard - These premises are parcel of Davisons otherwise Brownes - Terrier 1598 fo. 61 - The parcel now in possession of Edm Smee - see page 174