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

1854 (1854)

document 80000530

Copyhold of Priory - quitrent £1.7s Jn Jeremiah Mayhew 10.6.1823 death of his mother Eliz afterward wife     Lay tenant of Aldham Hall to all that messuage and 8 parcels of land and meadow called Loshes and Foulmead with the appurtenances containing 30a with the barns stables etc. thereto belonging situate in White Colne

1744 Jn Baker in trust for children of Ann Mortimer

1762 Thos Mortimer and sister Ann wife of Thos Willis surrender J. Baker

1763 Wm Bott surrender of Mortimer and Willis

1788 Mary Bott death of husband Wm

1793 Mary King wife of Robt death of mother Mary Bott

1798 Robt King for life remainder to heirs of wife Mary

1817 Mary King and Eliz death of Robt King

1818 Eliz Mayhew widow, afterwards wife of     Lay surrender of Mary and Eliz King

1823 death fine £60

In White Colne Commutation map 1840 the quantity of Loshes and Foulmead is 27a2r24p - but I think one field no. 272 Parkers Garden 1a3r9p belongs to other property? if so it leaves 25a3r15p to the copyhold called Loches Lowches or Laishes and Foulmead (The late mr Jn Mayhew husband of Eliz enclosed 1r8p# from the adjoining waste)

On the rolls it is called 30a

In the map and survey of 1598 fo. 127-8 it is given as 23a9p

abstract of title no. 10

see copy of this property taken from White Colne Commutation map 1840 among my loose maps

I have since ascertained thus no. 272 Parkers Garden is no part of the copyhold called Lawshes

Total in part of sale 16.6.1865 lot 2 26a35p

no. 273 also called Parkers Garden