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

1854 (1854)

document 80000820

Copyhold of Earldom - quitrent apportioned 10d

Edm Smee surrender Dan Hoy 11.11.1823

To all that messuage etc. together with a portion of the garden as now fenced off abutting on the church path north and being late parcel of a tenement to which Dan Hoy was admitted in 1798 - together with a right of way to and from the garden, in front of the two tenements retained by him the said Dan Hoy by the brick wall adjoining the churchyard -

1749 Rich Wale surrender Ann Potter (sometime Booseby )

1762 Chas Wale brother and heir of Rich Wale

1765 Jn Burles will of Chas Wale

1790 Robt Finney

1798 Dan Hoy

1823 purchase fine £4

Commutation map no. 7 (7) (7a) cottages and gardens 16p Edm Smee

Smee has really rebuilt the tenement abutting on the church path, at the corner by the gate going into the churchyard - and built a double tenement in the garden behind. These premises are parcel of Davisons alias Brownes vide old Terrier 1598 fo. 61 - Rough abstract of title 21-2. For residue of these premises and further particulars see Wm Fisher Hobbs - page 110 - and a map there which shows the congregated free and copyhold property adjoining near the churchyard and Park Lane etc.

no. 7.7.7 (7) (7a) the tenement repaired and the double tenement recently built by Edm Smee - with the garden etc. attached