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Copyhold of Earldom - quit rent 2s Mary Hannah Ruffle 9.3.1841 death of father Wm Ruffle to all that cottage and garden called Charles Paine and one shop called the Forge near the churchyard
1749 Ann Wenden death of father Robt Pennock
1755 Rich Ruffle surrender of Ann wife of Plampin Wenden
1765 Edw Marvin surrender of Ruffle
1787 Ambrose Marvin death of father Edw
1808 Ambrose Marvin death of father Ambrose
1808 Mary Ruffle ( Tiffin ) surrender of A. Marvin
1813 Wm Ruffle for life - remainder to daughter Mary Hannah - death of Mary Ruffle
1841 death fine £18.18s
Enfranchised - purchased by mr Ormerod# Barnard and enfranchised 1864 site added to churchyard 1865
Commutation map no. 3 (3) cottage and garden Wm Ruffle 1r14p
no. 3 (3) is the copyhold - a good house with large garden etc.
2 (2) and 469 (469) the property holden by free deed
abstract of title p. 165-6
Survey 1598 fo. 61 - " tenement called Charles Paine which in former times was called the site of the said manor "