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

1854 (1854)

document 80000510

Copyhold of Priory - quitrent 9s Jn Goodall Lay 26.6.1794 death of his father Mark Lay to one third part and 25.4.1810 - surrender of sister Eliz Lay to one third part, and at same court on surrender of sister Mary Ann Lay to her other third part to all that tenement and certain lands thereto belonging with appurtenances called Seven Acres

1719 Jn Newton death of Jn Newton

1774 Hannah Newton death of grandfather

1774 Jn Hunt and wife Hannah ( Newton )

1777 Mark Lay surrender of Jn Hunt and Hannah Hunt

1794 Jn Goodall Lay death of father Mark to one third

1794 Eliz Lay death of father Mark to one third

1794 Mary Ann Lay death of father Mark to one third

1794 death fine levied with other copyhold

1810 purchase fine to sisters two thirds - £12.10s

Commutation map no. 251 (251) House and yard - 30p

no. 178a (178a) Pond Field 4a3r21p

no. 252 (252) (252a) (252b) (252c) Coggeshall Field 10a3r3p

no. 250 (250) (250a) (250b) Barn Field 9a2r24p - deduct called in mr Wm Cole's map D9, 1a27p which belongs to Burnt House copyhold - leaves 8a1r37p

total 24a1r11p

mr Cole's map of 1794 gives only 21a3r37p

Quantity as mapped and measured in Terrier 1598 fo. 116 - 22a2r10p

Title traced in Title Abstracts no. 48

Seven Acres having been in occupation of Jn Cooke and Becklands of Cobb these copyholds are known by the names of Cookes and Cobbs in mr Lay's map 1794