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Reference 48/22
Covering dates 1539-1898
Held by Devon Record Office
Extent 203 files
Source of acquisition Presented by Messrs Frere Cholmeley and Co., Solicitors, part of B.R.A. 641, through the British Records Association, on 16 September 1948, 23 December, 1948, 25 February, 1949 and 28 March, 1949.
Related information Other documents with B.R.A. registration number 641 are calendared at 51/15 and 51/21.

Contents:
Letters patent, conveyances, leases and releases, correspondence, Mortgages, assignments, covenants, agreements, deeds or appointment, attadaints and probates or wills Mainly relating to East Budleigh, Lettleham, Harpford, Chuttlehampton, wear Gifford, Venn Ottery, Huish, Pilton, Great Torrington, Torquay and Langtree.



Devon Record Office  48/22/1/1  5 February 1539/40

Contents:
BICTON; EAST BUDLEIGH; HARPFORD; OTTERTON; VENN OTTERY.
Letters Patent
King Henry VIII, (31 Henry VIII)
To Richard Duke and Elizabeth his wife, granting in fee, for £1727.14.2. the manors of Otterton and Budlegh alias East Budlegh, which belonged to the late monastery of St. Saviour and SS. Mary and Bridget, Syon, Middlesex; the advowsons of the vicarages of Otterton and Harpford alias Harford and Fen Ottery; and the churches and rectories of Otterton and Harpeford, and all lands etc. in Otterton, Normeston, Houghton, Pasford, Patteston, alias Pytteston, Harpeford alias Harford, Fen Otery, Otterton, Bykton and Budleigh alias East Budleigh belonging to the late monastery; also, the water of Oter with the fishery of the same, the free warren, view of frankpledge and wreck of the sea in Otterton and Budleigh and all messuages, lands, etc. in Otterton, East Budleigh, Budleigh, Pasford, Houghton, Patteston alias Pytteston, Normeston, Pynne, Stouton, Bykton, Harpeford alias Harford, Fen Otery, Saltern, Tudwill, Polehaye Knoll and Daldyche etc., as Agnes Jorden late Abbess of the said monastery formerly held.
Rent: £9. 12s.
Great Seal, in green wax, broken.

Devon Record Office  48/22/1/2  25 March 1786

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; COLATON RALEIGH; HARPFORD; OTTERTON; VENN OTTERY.
Conveyance.
(1) Richard Doidge of ElfordLeigh, Esq., late the husband of Dorothy Doidge, deed., formerly Dorothy Duke, spinster, one of the 5 sisters of Robert Duke late of Otterton, esq., decd.
Ann Duke, another of the 5 sisters and 1 of the 4 devisees named in the will of the said Robert Duke and also the sole devisee named in the will of Sarah Duke, late of Otterton, spinster, decd. who was one other of the 5 sisters.
Elizabeth Yonge of Widey, widow of John Yonge, late of Puslinch, clerk, decd.(heretofore Elizabeth Duke, spinster)
George Duke Taylor of Otterton, esq., the only son of Bernard Frederick Taylor late of the City of London, merchant and Frances his wife (formerly Frances Duke, spinster.)
(2) Dorothy Ayre Taylor of Otterton and Frances Duke Taylor, the said James Yongs of Puslinch, clerk,
Duke Yonge of Otterton, clerk, Dorothy Ayre Yonge of Puslinch, spinster,
Elizabeth, the wife of Philip Moreshead, children of Elizabeth Yonge of Puslinch.
(3) Denys Rolle of Bicton, Esq.
Capital messuage, barton farm and demesne lands of Otterton and the manors and lordships of Otterton, Little Otterton, Budleigh Poleslow otherwise Higher Budleigh, Budleigh Syon otherwise Lower Budleigh, Collaton Rawleigh otherwise the Lower Manor, Dukes-Collaton, otherwise Collaton Abbott otherwise The Higher Manor, Dotton otherwise Docton and Hays otherwise Powershays otherwise Dukes Hayes; 4 water grist mills in Otterton and the advowsons of the churches of Otterton Budleigh, and Harpford with the free chapels of Withecombe, Fen Ottery rectory and Sheaf of Otterton and a fee farm rent of £13. 10s., payable out of the sheaf of Sidmouth, etc.
Consideration: £72,000.
Schedule attached.

Devon Record Office  48/22/1/3  25 March 1786

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; COLATON RALEIGH; HARPFORD; OTTERTON; VENN OTTERY.
Surrender of a term of 1500 years.
(1) John Rolle of Tidwell, Esq., and Judith Maria, his wife.
(With the consent of Richard Doidge, esq., and others).
(2) Denys Rolle, of Bicton, Esq.
In:- Premises as in 48/22/1/2, created by a Settlement made 9 January 1706 by Richard Duke the elder and Richard Duke the younger for raising £1500 for the younger children of Thomas Duke.

Devon Record Office  48/22/1/4  27 March 1786

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; COLATON RALEIGH; HARPFORD; OTTERTON; VENN OTTERY.
Lease for a year.
(1) Denys Rolle of Bickton, Esq.
(2) Charles Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon and James Yonge of [...] Puslinch, clerk.
Premises as in 48/22/1/2.

Devon Record Office  48/22/1/5  4 July 1788

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; COLATON RALEIGH; OTTERTON.
Lease for a year.
(1) Charles Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Denys Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq., and
John Rolle of Tidwell, Esq., only son of the said Denys Rolle.
(2) Sir John Trevelyan of Nettlecombe, Somerset, Bart., and Charles Wade of Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, gent.
Capital messuage of Otterton and Manor and Lordship of Otterton Rectory impropriate and the sheaf of Otterton and the advowson of the church of the same, and all those other several messuages in East Budleigh, Otterton, Colleton Rawleigh and Dotton specified in a schedule attached.

Devon Record Office  48/22/1/6a-e  1792 - 1898

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; COLATON RALEIGH; HARPFORD; OTTERTON, VENN OTTERY.
(a) - (b) Lease and Release. 25-26 May 1792
(1) Charles Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Denys Rolle of Hudscott, Esq., and
John Rolle of Tidwell, Esq., (the only son of the said Denys Rolle).
(2) Wrey Jans of Whitstone, Cornwall, Esq.,
Henry Stevens of Cross, Esq.,
William Drewe of New Inn, Middlesex, gent., and
Charles Wade late of Crane Court, Fleet Street, in the City of London, but now of Packnoll, in the County of Southampton, gent.
Premises as in 48/22/1/2
Consideration: £26,650.
Schedule attached.
Enclosed are:-
(c) Succession Duty on Real Property Form - Richard Smith Pratt on the death of John Smith, on a dwelling house at Budleigh Salterton.
(d) Mortgage dated 18 December, 1888, John Smith to the Wilts and Dorset Banking Company Limited, with reconveyance, dated 24 February, 1892, endorsed.
(e) 2 Letters, 18 and 30 May, 1898, Baker and Son, Solicitors, to Frere and Co., Solicitors, about the assignment of the Rolle estate to Mr. Pigott.

Devon Record Office  48/22/2/1  25 February 1731

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; LITTLEHAM; LONDON (St. Peter-the-Less).
Letters Patent. 4 George II
Inspeximus (at the request of Henry Rolle of Stevenstone), of a grant of Henry VIII (11 February. 31 Henry VIII),
To Thomas Denys of Holcombe Burnell, Knt. for £1,127.3s.4d., of the Manors of Litlam alias Littelham and Exmouthe belonging to the late monastery of Shirbourne, Dorset, in as full manner as the last Abbot held the same; also the messuage formerly in the tenure of Katherine Lytton in the parish of St. Peter-the-Less, in the ward of Beynardes Castell in London; which messuage lately belonged to the late monastery of Croxden, Staffs and is worth 26s.8d. per year. Also the hundred of Budlegh alias East Budleigh which came to the King's hands by the attainder of Henry Courteney, late Marquis of Exeter.
To hold by the following yearly rent, viz; for the Manors of Litlam and Exmouth, £6. 3s. 10d. for the messuage in London, 2s. 8d., the hundred of East Budleigh to be held by the 20th part of a Knight's fee without any rent.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/1  20 January 1755

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Counterpart Lease for 99 years determinable as below. 28 George II
(1) John Walter of Stevenstone, esq.
(2) Martain Boyce of East Budleigh, mariner.
Tenement in Lower Budleigh in the parish of East Budleigh late in the possession of William Hooper and Margery his wife, since of Joseph Weeks and now of the said Martain Boyce.
Reversion of William Weeks.
Lives: Susannah, wife of Lessee aged 33 years. Frances, his daughter aged 4 years.
Consideration: £10. 5s.
Rent: 4s.
Suit of Court to Manor of Bicton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/2  8 January 1777

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Counterpart Lease for 99 years determinable as below. 17 George III
(1) John Walter of Stevenstone, Esq.
(2) Susannah Boyce of East Budley, widow.
House, tenement, orchard and herbgarden with appurtenances in Lower Budleigh, in the parish of East Budley.
For life of Thomas, son of Lessee Term to commence on deaths of Susannah Boyce and Frances, her daughter.
Consideration: £5. 5s.
Rent: 4s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/3  26 June 1789

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Counterpart Lease for 99 years determinable as below.
(1) Denys Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq.
(2) Thomas Boyce of East Budleigh, minister of the Gospel and Frances Stone of the same place, widow.
Premises as in 48/22/3/2.
For life of Jonas, son of the said Frances Stone, aged 7 yrs.
Term to commence on deaths of Frances Stone and Thomas Boyce.
Consideration: £5. 5s.
Rent: 4s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/4  15 April 1878

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Letter,
R. H. Lipscombe to W. S. Forster, Esq., about premises as in 48/22/3/1-3.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/5  27 February 1735/6

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Mary Cheesman of the City Exon, spinster.
(2) John Thomas the younger of East Budleigh, gent.
(3) John Thomas the elder of East Budleigh, gent., and Joan Thomas of the same, spinster, (daughter of the said John Thomas the elder).
(4) Henry Perryman of East Budleigh, marriner.
5 closes, reputed part of a tenement called Dalditch.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/6  27 May 1878

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Assignment for the residue of a term of 14 years.
(1) Elinor Northcote of Temple Hill in the Parish of East Budleigh, widow.
(2) Joseph Askew Bell of Oak Hill in East Budleigh.
Daleditch Farm.
Consideration: £120.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/7  31 December 1846

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Conveyance.
(1) Samuel Knowles of East Budleigh, yeoman.
(2) Thomas Hunter of East Budleigh, surgeon.
(3) Rt. Hon. Charles Rodolph Lord Clinton Baron Clinton of Maxtock in the County of Warwick
Zachary Hammett Drake of Springfield in Heanton Punchardon, Esq. Sir John Buller Yarde Buller of Lupton, Bart.
Closes [named] lying between Kersbrooke and Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh and are parcels of a messuage called Kersbrooke or Labbetts formerly in the occupation of William Leat and now of Samuel Knowles and of William Tebawry and John Cooper, subject to the payment of a chief rent of 8s. 6d.
Consideration: £250.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/8  31 December 1846

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Covenant to produce deeds.
(1) Samuel Knowles of East Budleigh, yeoman.
(2) Rt. Hon. Charles Rodolph Lord Clinton Baron Clinton of Maxstock, Warwicks, and others, trustees.
Relating to East Budleigh.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/9  21 April 1853

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) William Tapley Evans of Newport. Mon.
(2) Thomas Evans of Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh, stone mason.
Messuage in East Budleigh, which is one of 3 messuages commonly known as The Granary.
Consideration: £50.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/10  27 April 1853

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Mortgage in Fee.
(1) Thomas Evans of East Budleigh, stone mason.
(2) John Carpenter of East Budleigh, painter and glazier.
2 freehold messuages called the Granary in the parish of East Budleigh.
Consideration: £100.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/11  27 March 1858

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Thomas Evans formerly living at the Granary in East Budleigh, but now residing at Newport, Mon.
Elizabeth Evans of East Budleigh, his mother.
(2) Robert Bucknell of Otterton, lace dealer.
Dwellinghouse and garden in the parish of East Budleigh, called the Granary.
Consideration: £75 to Thomas Evans and £10 to Elizabeth Evans.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/12  15 May 1871

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Assignment for residue of terms of 3000 years, 3000 years and 2000 years.
(1) Thomas Redway of Exmouth, shipowner.
(2) Rt. Hon. John Buller Lord Churston.
Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, near Exeter, Bart.
Parcels of land in East Budleigh described in a schedule.
Consideration: £350.
Plan.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/13  1 March 1859

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) John Carpenter of Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh, painter and glazier.
(2) Thomas Evans late of Budleigh Salterton but now of Newport, Mon., Stone mason.
(3) Elizabeth Evans of Budleigh Salterton, widow.
(4) Robert Bucknell of Otterton, Lace Dealer.
Messuage and parcels of land at or near Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh.
Consideration: £85.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/14  1694-1829

Contents:
In Chancery Suit, Drake v. Trefusis.
Pedigree
In support of Abstract of Title.
- the family of Samuel and Elizabeth Leat.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/15  2 March 1862

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Robert Bucknell of Otterton, lace dealer.
(2) John Leatt of East Budleigh, yeoman.
Messuage dwelling house, garden and parcels of land at or near Budleigh Salterton.
Consideration: £150.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/16  1877

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Copy Abstract of Title.
Of John Leatt
To premises situate at The Granary, Budleigh Salterton.
Recites deeds 1843-1862.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/17  25 October 1877

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Letter,
John Leatt of the Granary, Budleigh Salterton about an agreement with the Budleigh Salterton Gas, Co.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/18a-c  5 December 1877

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Proposed Agreement and 2 Draft Copies.
(1) John Leatt of Budleigh Salterton, gent.
(2) The Budleigh Gas Company, Ltd.
For the sale of a dwelling house, and other premises at the Granary, Budleigh Salterton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/19  5 December 1877

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Appointment of Arbitrators.
John Leatt of Budleigh Salterton, gent., appoints George Fuller of 25 Bucklersbury, London, surveyor.
Or Edmund Frank Brewster Fuller., and The Budleigh Salterton Gas Col, appoint Francis Williams Dymond or Henry Dew of the same place, surveyor, concerning a dwelling house at the Granary in Budleigh Salterton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/20  28 January 1878

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Copy Minutes, of the Budleigh Salterton Gas Company about paying purchase money to Mr. Leatt.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/21a-d  1877-79

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
(a) Receipt for £50 John Leatt of Budleigh Salterton Gas Co. Dated 14 December, 1877.
(b) Letter, R. H. Lipscombe to W. S. Forster, about the above receipt, for premises at the Granary in Budleigh Salterton. Dated 11 February, 1878.
(c) and (d). Statements as to deposit money paid, Leatt to Budleigh Salterton Gas Co., both undated [1879?].

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/22  January 1879

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Agreement.
(1) John Leatt of Budleigh Salterton, gent.
(2) The Budleigh Salterton Gas Co., Ltd.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow House, Bart.
(4) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone, (by William Stewart Forster, his agent).
About the purchase of a dwelling house and other premises as Budleigh Salterton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/23a-c  12 November 1879

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Conveyance (and 2 draft copies).
(1) John Leatt of Budleigh Salterton, yeoman.
(2) The Budleigh Salterton Gas. Co., Ltd.,
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton Bart.
Sir John Thomas Butler Duckworth of Wear House, Bart.
Sir Massey Lopes of Marstow, Bart.
Messuage, formerly one of 3 called the Granary at Budleigh Salterton.
Consideration: £567
Plan.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/24  18 January 1865

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Counterpart Lease
(1) Rt. Honbl. Charles Rodolph Lord Clinton.
Rt. Honbl. John Buller, Lord Churston.
Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart. (Trustees of the will of the late John, Lord Rolle).
(2) Thomas Carpenter of 16 Rutland Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex, painter and glazier.
Plot of ground in Budleigh Salterton, shown in a plan in the margin.
Consideration: £20.
Lives: John Daw aged 61 yrs. Thomas Carpenter aged 46 years. Susan Carpenter aged 12 years.
Rent: 4s.
Heriot: 8s.
Enclosed: Letter from Mary Carpenter - that she has given up all claim to 2 cottages and garden belonging to her son John Carpenter.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/25  18 January 1865

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Counterpart Lease for 99 years determinable as below.
(1) Trustees under the Will of John, late Lord Rolle.
(2) John Carpenter of 16 Rutland Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex, painter and glazier.
Parcel of ground and garden with the outbuildings thereon in Budleigh Salterton.
Term to commence on death of John Daw of Exeter, solicitor.
For Lives of Thomas Carpenter aged 46 years.
Susan Carpenter aged 12 years.
Consideration: £20
Rent: 4s.
Heriot: 8s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/26  18 January 1865

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Counterpart Lease.
(1) Rt. Honbl. Charles Rodoplh. Lord Clinton.
Rt. Honbl. John Buller, Lord Churston, and Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart. (Trustees under the Will of the late Lord Rolle).
(2) Thomas Carpenter of 16 Rutland Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex, painter and glazier.
Dwelling house in Budleigh Salterton described in a plan
Consideration: £45.
Endorsed: Note about the lease.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/27  26 June 1865

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Authorization by Thomas Carpenter to Mr. Coldridge, Steward of the South Deron Division of the Rolle estate at last Budleigh to deliver to his mother, Mrs Mary Carpenter, 3 leases (all dated 18 January, 1865).
Also Receipt of the same, by Mary Carpenter 1 September, 1865

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/28  18 July 1878

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Copy Will (as furnished in an abstract of Title).
Of Thomas Carpenter of 12 Egbert Street, Primrose Hill, St. Pancras, London. (formerly of 16 Rutland Street, Hampstead Road, Middlesex) painter.
To brother William John Carpenter and daughter Jane, 2 leasehold houses with gardens belonging in Fore Street, Budleigh Salterton, upon trust for his wife, Jane Carpenter,.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/29  19 January 1887

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Mortgage (for £60 and 5% interest).
(1) Samuel Pile of Budleigh Salterton, dairyman.
(2) Henry Goldney Baker of Budleigh Salterton, gent.
Plots of ground and a dwellinghouse and premises at Budleigh Salterton previously leased by indentures of 18 January,1865.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/30  2 March 1891

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Application by Samuel Pile, to convert his tenancy of 2 cottages and a garden in the manor of Budleigh Syon, then determinable on 3 lives (Harriet Price, Emily Carpenter and Susan Carpenter), into a tenancy for years certain.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/31a-b  1891

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Correspondence
By R. H. Lipscombe and others with the Rolle Estate Office about Samuel Pile's Application for a Conversion of his lease (as in 48/22/3/30).

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/32  29 September 1866

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Lease for 41 years.
(1) Rt. Hon. John Buller, Baron Churston and Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
(Trustees of the Will of Rt. Hon. John Baron Rolle, decd).
(2) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(3) Joseph Cowd of Budleigh Salterton, Cabinet maker.
Piece of land with the messuage and coachhouse standing thereon being no. 172 on the Tithe map.
[No. 5 Prospect Terrace (?)].
Rents £5. 19s.
PLAN
Enclosed: (a) receipts for rent, Prospect Row. 16 October, 1886.
(b) Agreement, S.M. Williams with the Provident Permanent Building Society, about a mortgage on 5 Prospect Terrace, Budleigh Salterton, 31 May 1895.
(c) Receipt for rent, (5 East Terrace), 1896.
(d) Borrower's receipt card, Provident Permanent Building Society. 1897.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/33  11 October 1886

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Power of Attorney.
(1) Joseph Morris Cowd of 487 Exchange Street, Rochester, New York, America.
(2) Henry Cowse of Budleigh Salterton, auctioneer.
To dispose of a leasehold house on the Terrace in Budleigh Salterton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/34  11 November 1886

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Security (for £100)
(1) Samuel Howard Williams of Budleigh Salterton, painter.
(2) The Provident Permanent Building Society of Exeter.
No. 5. Prospect Terrace, Budleigh Salterton, in the parish of East Budleigh.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/35  23 June 1874

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Counterpart lease for 54 years.
(1) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Baronet.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart.
Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart. (Trustees of the Will of Rt. Honbl. John Baron Rolle.
(2) Hon. Mark George Keir Rolle of Stevenstone.
(3) Gilbert Cowd of Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh, cabinet maker.
2 messuages situate near the Beach, Budleigh Salterton.
Rent: £10. 10s.
PLAN

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/36  22 September 1874

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Agreement
(1) Gilbert Cowd of Budleigh Salterton, Cabinet maker.
(2) John Smith of the same place, retired coal merchant.
Dwelling house with a courtyard, offices and outbuildings, on the North side of the road adjoining the beach in Budleigh Salterton.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/37  1 February 1898

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Assignment.
(1) Richard Smith Pratt of Budleigh Salterton, fisherman.
(2) Henry Drummond Smyth-Pigott of Budleigh Salterton, Esq.
Dwelling house with courtyard, offices and outbuildings, on the North side of the road adjoining the beach at Budleigh Salterton.
Consideration: £140.
Surrender, dated 6 June 1898, endorsed; The above named H. D. Smyth-Pigott, esq., to the trustees of Lord Rolle's Will.
Letter re. the surrender enclosed.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/38  8 March 1881

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Emily Stickland of Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh wife of William Henry Stickland, builder.
(2) The said William Henry Stickland, builder.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart. (The trustees of the Will of Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, decd).
Piece of land, formerly 2 fields near Tidwell Mount in East Budleigh.
Consideration: £255.
PLAN.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/39  4 August 1882

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Drake v. Trefusis.
Summons,
For sanction to purchase of Miss Gibbons, a meadow and orchard at East Budleigh.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/40  22 January 1883

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Henry Goldney Baker of Budleigh Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh, gent.
(2) Maria Susannah Gibbons of East Budleigh, spinster.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart. and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Field or orchard, formerly 2 fields or orchards called Frogmore in the parish of East Budleigh.
Consideration: £250.
PLAN.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/41  16 May 1883

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Alfred Tedbury, formerly of no. 154 Church Street, Shoreditch, baker, but now of no. 65 Victoria Park Road, South Hackney, both in the County of Middlesex, gent.
(2) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart. (Trustees of the Will of Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, decd).
Piece of vacant ground in Lower Budleigh heretofore the site of a messuage now pulled down.
Consideration: £100.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/42  8 May 1886

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Conveyance.
(1) Byron Drury of Cheltenham, Glos. Retired Admiral in Her Majesty's Navy.
(2) Francis Saxham Elwes Drury of Glenlea, Beckenham, Kent. esq.
(3) Marion Francis Drury, Emily Katherine Drury and Isabel Drury all of Wraxall, Somerset, spinsters.
(4) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(5) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Barts.
Premises in East Budleigh including Bears Ground.
Plan and schedule.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/43  1886

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH
Account,
Messrs Frere and Co., dr. to W. Buckingham and Son.
Re. conveyance by Drury to Rolle Trustees of Bears Ground in East Budleigh.

Devon Record Office  48/22/3/44  6 October 1896

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH.
Assignment.
(1) Mary Little Perriam, wife of Harry Perriam of Budleigh Salterton, grocer.
Annie Little Perriam, wife of George Perriam of the same place, farmer.
Alice Laura Brooks wife of John E. Brooks of Exmouth, accountant.
(2) Anna Maria Moore, wife of Henry Moore of East Reach, Taunton, Somerset, House decorator.
Messuage called "Scotland House" at Budleigh Salterton.
Consideration: £212. 10s.
Surrender of Lease, dated 12 July 1897, endorsed Mrs. Anna Maria Moore to the Trustees of the Will of Rt. Honbe. John Lord Rolle, decd.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/1  28 June 1615

Contents:
LITTLEHAM.
Exemplification
Of proceedings in an Ejectment action 13 James I
Constantine Trenorth, gent., (by John Baylie his attorney).
V.
Simon Trowle.
1 messuage 30 acres land, 40 acres meadow and 5 acres pasture with appurtenances in Littleham which was leased to Constantine Trenorth for 3 years by Lady Margaret Dennys, Simon Trowle has taken possession of the tenement, causing £20 damage to Constantine Trenorth
(Fragment of seal only).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/2  13 Feb. 1738

Contents:
LITTLEHAM.
Exemplification of a Verdict 11 George II
Emanuel Spicer of Exmouth, marriner
V.
Samuel Lancy and William Irwin.
Samuel Lancy and William Irwin alledge that Emmanuel Spicer took, by force of arms, etc., on 26 July 1736 a cable rope from their vessel, then at anchor at the Spitt in the Port of Exmouth. Spicer claims that he took the rope in destraint for non payment of the sum of 3s. 4d., due as lastage to Sir William Courtenay who is seised of the Manor of Kenton, of which a certain close called the Spitt, is parcel.
Spicer found guilty of trespass and he to pay damages.
Emplification at the request of Lancy and Irwin
(Seal broken).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/3  26 December 1793

Contents:
CHAWLEIGH; CHERITON FITZPAINE; CREDITON; DOWLAND; GEORGENYMPTON; KING'SNYMPTON; LITTLEHAM; SANDFORD; WITHYCOMBE RALEIGH.
Indenture of Fine 12 November 1738, 12 George II (attested copy 1793)
Peter Stabback, Plt.
George Wareman, gent., deft.
18 messuages, 1 water griest mill, 18 gardens, 8 orchards, 80 acres land, 40 acres meadow, 80 acres pasture, 40 acres furze and heath, 10s rent and pasture for 60 sheep and 2/3 parts of 1 messuage, 2 gardens and 2 orchards with appurtenances in Withecombe Raleigh Common, Withecombe Raleigh, Monsehole, [In Dowland (?)], Littleham, Sanford, Crediton otherwise Kirton Cheney, George Nimpton, Chawleigh Burrough, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Horeland and Kings Nympton.
For £260.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/4  26 December 1793

Contents:
Release of Right 3 June 1745 18 George II (attested copy 1793)
(1) Samuel Elliott of Topsham, gent., and Richard Pasmore of Exmouth, mariner.
(2) Peter Gely of Lympstone, chirurgeon.
To the lands of George Warman. (see 48/22/4/3)

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/5  30 September 1748

Contents:
LITTLEHAM.
Lease for 99 years determinable on 3 lives.
(1) Peter Gely of Lympstone, chirurgeon.
(2) Laurence Walker of Littleham, mariner.
Messuage or dwelling house with appurtenances at Exmouth in Littleham.
Lives: the said Laurence Walker, Ann his wife and Catherine Walker their daughter.
Consideration: £11.
Rent: 5s.
Heriot: 1s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/6  22 March 1766

Contents:
LITTLEHAM.
Counterpart Lease for 99 years determinable on 3 lives.
(1) John Warman of the City of Exon, gent.
(2) Richard Sprague, junior, of Exmouth in the parish of Littleham, taylor.
Messuage in Exmouth in the possession of Elizabeth Snell, widow, and now of (1).
Lives: the said Richard Sprague aged 41 years.
Rebecca Perry aged 22 yrs and Cherry Sprague aged [...] 21 years.
Consideration: £27.
Rent: 22s. 6d.
Heriot: 2s. 6d.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/7  26 Dec. 1793

Contents:
Lease for a year 5 February 1768 (attested copy 1793)
(1) Thomas Gely of Lympstone, surgeon (eldest son and heir at law of Peter Gely of Lympstone, surgeon, decd. and devisee in trust of estate of George Wearman).
(2) Dorothy Wearman and Hannah Wearman both of the City of Exeter, spinsters (the only sisters and coheirs of John Wearman late of the said city, gent., their late brother deceased).
All lands of the said George Wearman.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/8a-b  20-21 May 1768

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance (by way of lease and release).
(1) Dorothy Wearman and Hannah Wearman, both of the city of Exeter, spinsters.
(2) Laurence Walker of Exmouth, marriner.
Messuage and plot in Exmouth now in the possession of (2).
Consideration: £30 (in release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/9  2 July 1774

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Mortgage for £70
(1) Ann Walker of Littleham and Exmouth, widow and relict of Laurence Walker late of Littleham and Exmouth, mariner, her deceased husband.
(2) Edward Andrews of Littleham and Exmouth, mariner.
Premises as in 48/22/4/8a-b.
(Paper).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/10a-b  24-25 December 1793

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance, by way of Lease and Release.
(1) John Gifford of Exeter, linen draper.
(2) Joseph Burrow of the City of Exeter, gent. (In trust for Robert Palfrey).
3 messuages adjoining the chapple in the town of Exmouth now in the possession of Anne Huntley, widow.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/11a-b  29-30 December 1793

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Mortgage by way of Lease and Release
(1) Robert Palfrey of Exmouth, Cabinet maker.
(2) William Wood of the same place, gent.
Messuage or dwelling house with appurtenances adjoining the Chapple in the Town of Exmouth and in the parish of Littleham and Exmouth and now in the possession of Anne Huntley.
To secure £150 and 4½%

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/12  November 1824

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Abstract of Title.
Of Wearman Gifford, Esq., to a messuage in Exmouth.
Recites: 17 May, 1744. Will of George Wearman
3 June 1745, Samuel Elliott and Richard Passmore to Peter Gely.
9 December 1762, Will of Peter Gely.
5 and 6 February 1768, Lease and Release. Thomas Gely to Dorothy Wearman and Hannah Wearman.
22 March 1766, John Wearman to Richard Sprague
13 and 14 February 1769 Dorothy Wearman and Hannah Wearman to Roger Burrow.
4 and 5 September, 1769, Dorothy Wearman to John Gifford.
6 July, Will of John Gifford.
9 and 10 Feb. 1818. George Gifford and others to James Hine.
1 and 2 January, 1819, Charles Gifford to Wearman Gifford.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/13a-b  2-3 December 1824

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease and Release.
(1) Wearman Gifford of Parke's Wellhouse in the parish of St. Leonard, Esq.
(2) James Snow of Littleham and Exmouth, yeoman.
Messuage, tenement and dwellinghouse formerly in the occupation of Elizabeth Snell, afterwards of Richards Sprague the younger and late of Mrs Elizabeth Carder, in the parish of Littleham and Exmouth and formerly part of the estate of George Wearman.
Consideration: £200.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/14  4 August 1827

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 500 years.
(1) Charles Phillips of Littleham and Exmouth, cordwainer.
(2) Sarah Palfrey of the same place, widow.
Messuages (formerly 1 messuage) with the small garden plot behind the same in Exmouth and formerly in the several occupation Henry Cook, George Silver and Charlotte Roberts, since of John Copp, George Pincombe and Sarah Mann, as tenants to the said Charles Phillipps.
Consideration: £299

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/15a-b  13-14 May 1834

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease and Release.
(1) Sarah Palfrey of Exmouth, widow and Richard Palfrey of the same place, cabinet maker.
(2) William Long of the same place, master mariner.
2 messuages with the courtlage behind the same near the old chapel in the Town of Exmouth in the parish of Littleham and Exmouth.
Consideration: £140 (in Release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/16a-b  16-17 May 1834

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease and Release.
(1) William Long of Exmouth, master mariner.
(2) Thomas Halse of the same place, baker.
2 messuages or dwelling houses with the courtlage behind the same and the appurtenances thereunto belonging lying near the old chapel in the Town of Exmouth and in the parish of Littleham and Exmouth.
Consideration: £180

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/17  16 June 1839

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 500 years.
(1) Sarah Palfrey of Exmouth, widow and
(2) Richard Palfrey of Exmouth, Cabinet maker.
Plot of ground and the dwelling house and buildings erected thereon and dwelling houses adjoining the same.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/18  17 June 1839

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 500 years, (for securing £300 and interest).
(1) Richard Palfrey of Exmouth, cabinet maker.
(2) Thomas Halse of Exmouth, baker and Samuel Thornton of Exmouth druggist.
Plot of ground (41 ft x 41 ft x 27½ ft) and all the dwelling house and buildings erected thereon and those dwelling houses adjoining the same.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/19  1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM.
Abstract of Title.
Of Messrs. Thomas Halse and Samuel Thornton to leasehold dwellinghouses and premises situate in Chapel Street in Exmouth.
Recites deeds 1826 - 1839.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/20  6 March 1849

Contents:
Residuary Account.
Estate of James Snow, late of the parish of Littleham and Exmouth, cordwainer, who died 23 December, 1847.
No premises specified.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/21  23 January 1850

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment
(1) William Devey of Withycombe Rawleigh, gardener and John Rendle of Littleham and Exmouth, gent.
(2) Josiah Copp of Hoopern in the parish of St. David, Exeter, farmer
(3) Frederick Perriam of Littleham and Exmouth, grocer.
(4) Edward Snow of the same parish, yeoman.
4 Dwelling houses and garden in Back Street in Exmouth.
Consideration: £105.
Endorsed: Surrender of lease, dated 29 February 1868.
Edwin George Snow to the Trustees of Lord Rolle.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/22  7 March 1868

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Surrender of Lease (Paper copy).
(1) Edwin George Snow of Tower Street, Exmouth.
(2) Nicholas Bickford and George Blackmore both of Exmouth, executors of the will of Charles Webber Bricknell.
(3) Samuel Lendon of Exmouth, cheesemonger.
(4) Rt. Hon. John Boiler, lord Churston.
Sir George Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart., and Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., (Trustees of the will of Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, decd).
Premises in Exmouth leased by Indentured of 17 April 1814.
Consideration: £6. 15s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/23  12 November 1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance
(1) Ellen Palfrey of Exmouth, widow.
(2) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House near Exeter, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Roborough, Bart.
2 messuages being near where the Old Chapel in the Town of Exmouth in the parish of Littleham and Exmouth formerly stood.
Consideration: £320.
PLAN.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/24  1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Abstract of Title
Of the Representatives of Fanny Snow and Edward Snow (both deceased), to a freehold messuage and premises in Chapel Street, Exmouth
Recites deeds 1824-1871.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/25  1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Requisitions on Title and Answer thereto about the purchase of lands by the Rolle Trustees from the Representatives of the late F. Snow and E. Snow (both deceased).
Attached: Copy Burial Certificates of Sarah Snow (20 March 1867) and Elizabeth Snow (3 February 1850).

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/26  14 November 1850

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance.
(1) Thomas Halse of Exmouth, baker.
(2) Susanna Long of Exmouth, widow and relict of William Long Late of the same place, Master Mariner and Pilot under the Trinity Board, decd.
(3) Ellen Palfrey of the same place, widow.
2 messuages or dwelling houses with the courtlages behind them near the Old Chapel in the Town of Exmouth.
Consideration: £300.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/27  1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Abstract of Title.
Of Mrs. Ellen Palfrey to 2 freehold dwellinghouses and premises in Chapel Street, Exmouth.
Recites deeds 1793 - 1850.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/28  2 November 1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Requisitions on Title and Answers thereto.
About the purchase of lands by Lord Rolle's Trustees from Mrs. E. Palfrey.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/29  6 August 1864

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Partition and Conveyance.
(1) Elizabeth Palfrey of Exmouth, spinster.
(2) Charles Edward Palfrey of the Bazaar, Police Street, Manchester, linen draper.
2 messuages on the west side of Chapel Street in Exmouth one of which dwelling houses is commonly known by the sign of the "North Country Inn", and the other is in the occupation of Henry Thompson.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/30  1872

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Abstract of Title
Of Charles Edward Palfrey to
2 freehold dwellinghouses and premises in Chapel Street, Exmouth.
Recites deeds 1793 - 1864.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/31  1 January 1796

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease for 99 years determinable on 3 lives.
(1) Denys Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq., and John Rolle of Tidwell in the parish of East Budleigh, Esq. his only son and heir apparent.
(2) Joseph Ewen of the parish of Littleham and Exmouth, builder.
Parcel of ground in a certain field called the Beacon Field within the parish of Littleham and Exmouth 26ft x 24ft 6in. [boundaries specified].
Lives: the said Joseph Ewen, aged 43 yrs
Thomas Ewen aged 13 years and Susan Ewen aged 17 years.
Consideration: erection of a dwelling house on the premises.
Rent: 9s. 9d.
Heriot: £1. 10s.
Endorsement: (Pencil) No. 16 The Beacon, expired.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/32  31 May 1796

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 99 years determinable by way of Mortgage for securing £200 and interest.
(1) Joseph Ewen of the Parish of Littleham and Exmouth, builder.
(2) John Wolland of Heavitree, malster.
Premises as in 48/22/4/31 and the dwelling house erected upon it.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/33  18 February 1800

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease for 99 years determinable on 3 lives.
(1) Rt. Hon. John, Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) Joseph Ewen of the parish of Littleham and Exmouth.
Parcel of ground in the Beacon Field containing 67 x 80 ft.
[boundaries specified].
Lives: Thomas Ewen aged 17 yrs.
Susan Ewen aged 21 years.
Bartholomew Parr aged 6 yrs
Consideration: the erection of a dwelling house or houses and £10.13s.4d
Rent: £1.5s.
Heriot: £2. 2s.
Endorsement: (Pencil)
Expired, 1 and 2 Beacon.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/34  27 December 1806

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 500 years.
(1) Edward Andrews of Littleham and Exmouth, mariner.
(2) John Staple of the same place, builder.
3 messuages, tenements or dwelling houses formerly one messuage with the small garden plot adjoining to the same in Exmouth and in the several occupations of Henry Cook, George Silver, William Bartlett and Robert Palfrey.
Consideration: £150.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/35  18 March 1810

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment
(1) Abraham Staple of Wythecombe Rawleigh, builder.
(2) Robert Palfrey of Exmouth, Cabinet maker.
Plot of ground being 41 ft on the North side adjoining the dwelling house of the said Robert Palfrey and 41 ft on the south side and 27½ ft on the west side in Exmouth.
Consideration: £49.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/36  28 September 1812

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment for the residue of a term of 500 years.
(1) Abraham Staple of Wythecombe Rawleigh, builder.
(2) Charles Phillips of Littleham and Exmouth, cordwainer.
3 messuages with the garden plot behind in Exmouth and now in the occupation of Henry Cook, George Silver and Charlotte Roberts.
Consideration: £240.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/37  10 August 1813

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease for 99 years determinable as below.
(1) Rt. Hon. John, Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) Joseph Ewen of the parish of Littleham and Exmouth, builder.
2 dwelling houses in a field called the Beacon containing 67 x 80 x 70 ft. [boundaries given].
For life of John Marchent aged 20 years. In reversion of Thomas Ewen and Susan Ewen.
Consideration: £40. 4s.
Rent: £1. 5s.
Heriot: £2. 2s.
Endorsed: Memorandum of assignment by Susan Ewen of Above premises to Messrs Cole, Spettigue and Burch.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/38  13 September 1824

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Re-assignment
(1) Ann Wolland of Heavitree, widow, sole executrix of the Will of John Wolland of the same place, malster, deceased.
(2) Joseph Ewen of the parish of Littleham and Exmouth, builder.
Place of ground in Beacon field containing 26 x 24 ft in Exmouth.
Consideration: £200.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/39  14 September 1824

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Assignment
(1) Joseph Ewen of Littleham and Exmouth, builder.
(2) Susan Ewen of the same place, spinster (daughter of the said Joseph Ewen).
Parcel of ground in Beacon Field, Exmouth and the dwelling house and other premises erected on the same.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/40  20 April 1792

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease for 99 32 year George III determinable as below.
(1) Denys Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq.
(2) Margaret Taylor of Eastbudleigh, widow.
All that dwelling house, (being a divided part of a 1/3 part of a tenement called Bartletts Tenement) and a plot of ground called the Hemphay lying at the head of Claypitt Lane.
For lives of William Dyer age 10 yrs and Mary Stone aged 4 yrs.
Consideration: £20 (Receipt attached).
Rent: 1s. 10½d
Term to commence on the death of the said Margaret Taylor
Heriot: 4s.
Suit of Court to Manor of Littleham and Exmouth.
Surrender dated 24 June 1866. endorsed Richard Hayman and Mary his wife to - The Devisees under the Will of Rt. Hon Lord John Rolle, decd.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/41  24 June 1834

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Mortgage (for securing £95 and interest).
(1) Henry Southcott the younger of Exmouth, tailor.
(2) Penelope Kendall of Topsham, spinster.
Messuage and tenement or brick built house, being the second house in Bicton Street in Exmouth.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/42  10 January 1866

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance
(1) Thomas Halse of Exmouth, bread baker.
(2) Charles Salter of the same place, schoolmaster.
2 messuages or dwelling houses with the cottage or dwelling house adjoining near the cross in Exmouth.
Also, 2 politics of Life Assurance.
Consideration: £350.
Endorsed: Surrender, dated 22 September 1866, Charles Salter to the Hon Mark Kerr Rolle.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/43  9 November 1867

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Agreement (Duplicate).
(1) The Exmouth Dock Company.
(2) Rt. Honbl. John Buller, Lord Churston of Lupton. Sir George Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
(Trustees under the Will of John late Lord Rolle).
Hon. Mark George Keir Rolle of Stevenstone, tenant for life of the testator's Devon estates under the said Will.
Plan of Exmouth Docks and Railway attached.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/44  2 September 1868

Contents:
EAST BUDLEIGH; LITTLEHAM.
Account and Receipt,
The Trustees of the Rolle Estate, debtors
To Messrs. Banks and Barry, architects.
For travelling expenses to Exmouth, in connection with the works in progress there, being the New Market and Police Station at Exmouth, the new roads and sewers at Exmouth, the road and other improvements at Budleigh Salterton, vizt. 11 December, 1867, 2 April and 25 June, 1868.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/45  24 June 1870

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Surrender.
(Under the powers of the Rolle Estate Act, 1865).
(1) Henry Ford and Brutton John Ford both of the City of Exeter, gents.
(2) John Peter Hall of St. Leonards, Exeter, paymaster in Her Majesty's Army.
(3) Walter Trehane of the City of Exeter, wine and spirit merchant.
(4) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart. (Trustees of the Will of Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle).
(5) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
Term of years in premises in the Manor of Littleham and Exmouth.
Consideration: Annuity of £69. 10s. for the life of John Marchant.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/46  17 July 1883

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Conveyance
(1) William Hey of Lympstone, yeoman.
(2) Elizabeth Blackmore of Clarence Road, Exmouth, spinster and William Skinner of 64 Pimlico Road, Middlesex, baker.
(3) Richard Court Samuel Bricknell of Newport, Mon, master mariner.
(4) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(5) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart.. and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Sogmore Meadow in Littleham.
Consideration: £500.
Plan in margin.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/47  22 December 1893

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Lease for 99 years.
(1) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone and Bicton.
(2) Henry Horn Hooper of Exmouth, builder.
"Marston House", with the builder's yard, on the west of the road leading from Victoria Road to the Railway of the Exmouth Dock Company in Exmouth.
Consideration: the building of the above house by the lessee.
Rent: £2. 10s.
Insurance (by lessee): £400.
Plan in margin.

Devon Record Office  48/22/4/48  6 October 1897

Contents:
LITTLEHAM
Notes,
By W. Palmer,
About property at the Point in Exmouth.

Devon Record Office  48/22/5  31 July 1890

Contents:
COLATON RALEIGH
Conveyance
(1) Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England.
(2) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone and Bicton.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Messuage and garden in Calaton Raleigh.
Consideration: £280.
Plan and Schedule.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/1  24 June 1840

Contents:
HARPFORD
Conveyance
(1) Daniel Gould of Honiton, gent.
(2) Sir John Kennaway of Escot in Tallaton, Bart.
(3) Philip Mules of Honiton, gent.
(4) John Cartye of Tallaton, builder.
(5) Joseph Carter of Tallation builder.
Overland Tenement called Tuckers Land with appurtenances at Sloford in the parish of Harpford.
Consideration: £1055.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/2  15 January 1861

Contents:
HARPFORD
Conveyance.
(1) Thomas Carter of Dorchester, carpenter and
(2) John Carter of Talaton, Builder and carpenter.
Moiety of overland Tenement called Tuckers Land at Sloford in Harpford, formerly the inheritance of Peter Lenthall.
Consideration: £190

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/3  7 August 1872

Contents:
HARPFORD.
Assignment for the residue of a term of 1000 years.
(1) John Pile of Axmouth, yeoman
(2) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland, Bart
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart. and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
2 cottages with the orchard and garden belonging (nos. 160, 161 and 162 on the Title map) in the parish of Harpford.
Consideration: £100.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/4  19 March 1881

Contents:
HARPFORD
Conveyance
(1) Nicholas Gould of Clist Honiton, victualler.
(2) Aaron Reynolds Ashford of Clist Honiton, esq.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House,Bart. Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Moiety of Dwelling house and cottage at Borough in the parish of Harpford.
Consideration: £100.
Plan in margin.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/5  23 March 1881


Related information: [See 48/22/6/4]

Contents:
HARPFORD
Account and Receipt, Messrs Frere and Co., Solicitors, Lincolns Inn Fields debtor to George Hiztrel, for items concerning the Conveyance by Gould to Rolle.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/6  21 March 1883

Contents:
HARPFORD
Conveyance.
(1) William Fane Hingeston of Stonehouse, esq.
(2) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart.
Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Closes, (Nos. 187, 188, 195, 223, 224 and 225 on the tithe apportionment Map), in Harpford, and described in a Schedule.
Consideration: £700.
Plan in Margin.

Devon Record Office  48/22/6/7  1882-3


Related information: [See 48/22/6/6]

Contents:
Account,
Vendor's Solicitors' charges in the Conveyance, W.F. Hingeston to the Rolle Trustees.

Devon Record Office  48/22/7/1a-b  2-3 March 1827

Contents:
CHITTLEHAMPTON.
Lease and Release.
(1) James Pearse the younger of Southmolton, gent., Rev. William Thorn of Grielston in Bishops Nympton, Minister of the Gospel and
John Thorne and John Paige of Southmolton, gent.
(2) William Morris of Chittlehampton, yeoman.
Parcel of land called the Gerat Plantation containing 7 acres being part of Over Blackwall in the parish of Chittlehampton.
Consideration: £200

Devon Record Office  48/22/7/2  10 March 1827

Contents:
CHITTLEHAMPTON.
Appointment and Demise (to secure £200 and interest).
(1) William Morris of Chittlehampton, yeoman.
(2) James Buckingham of East Buckland, gent.
Premises as in 48/22/7/1a-b

Devon Record Office  48/22/7/3a-b  16-17 August 1830

Contents:
CHITTLEHAMPTON
Lease and Release.
(1) William Morris of Chittlehampton, yeoman, only son and heir of William Morris, late of the same place, yeoman deceased.
(2) Joseph Wingyett Hunt of Barnstaple, conveyance
Premises as in 48/22/7/1a-b
Consideration: £200

Devon Record Office  48/22/7/4  20 November 1835

Contents:
CHITTLEHAMPTON
Lease for 99 years determinable as below
(1) Rt. Hon John Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) John Morris Fisher.
Cottage house and herbgarden (64p), called Brightley Ware House, being the south side of Brightley Wood.
For life of Elizabeth Fisher aged 7 yrs.
In reversion of Mary Joce and John Burden.
Consideration: £7. 7s
Rent: 5s.
Heriot: 10s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/7/5  11 November 1892

Contents:
CHITTLEHAMPTON
Conveyance
(1) Christopher Vickery of Barnstaple, photographer.
(2) John Kingdon of West Buckland, retired farmer.
(3) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone and Bicton.
(4) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
The "New Inn" and malthouse adjoining in Chittlehampton formerly in the occupation of William Crocker and now of William Taylor as tenant.
Consideration: £100 to (1) and £140 to (2).
Plan in margin.

Devon Record Office  48/22/8/1-2  24-25 December 1736

Contents:
ST. GILES IN-THE-WOOD; YARNSCOMBE.
Lease Release.
(1) Joyce Champneys of Yearnscombe, spinster.
(2) Charles Davie of Thuborough, Esq., and Robert Incledon of Pilton, Esq., executors of the will of Joseph Davie late of Orleigh, Esq. decd.
(3) Henry Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq.
Moiety of messuages called Cranford, Luckland and Cranehill with common of pasture in Cranford Moore within the several parishes of Yearnscombe and St. Giles near Great Torrington.
Consideration: £58.
Endorsed: Notice of Endorsement in Chancery.

Devon Record Office  48/22/8/3  1885

Contents:
ST. GILES-IN-THE-WOOD.
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth Mary Dunning of 41 Claverton Street, Pimlico Middlesex, widow.
(2) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(3) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Closes called Moorey Close and Lower Moor containing 10 acres 37p.
Consideration: £450

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/1  24 June 1801

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
Lease for 99 years determinable on 3 lives.
(1) Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) William Pethick of Wear Gifford, yeoman.
Messuage and tenement in Wear Gifford containing 22 acres called Southern Southcott, now in the possession of William Pethick.
Lives: Ann Pethick aged 11 yrs
John Pethick aged 7 yrs and
Mary Pethick aged 1 year.
Consideration: Surrender of premises now held for a term of 3 lives.
Rent: 11s. 6d.
Heriot: 6s

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/2  4 January 1827

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
Mortgage (for securing £200 and interest).
(1) Ann Pethick now residing at Tawstock, widow and William Pethick of North Hill, Cornwall, gent.
(2) John Pethick of Landulph, Cornwall, gent.
(3) Richard Pethebridge of Tawstock, gent.
Premises as in 48/22/9/1

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/3  29 February 1828

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
Assignment of the Equity of Redemption.
(1) Ann Pethick of Tawstock, widow and William Pethick of North Hill, Cornwall, gent.
(2) John Pethick of Landulph, Cornwall, gent.
(3) Richard Pethebridge of Tawstock, gent.
Premises: as in 48/22/9/1
Consideration: £200
Surrender, dated 20 May 1866, endorsed.

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/4  nd

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
Extract from the will dated 6 December 1838, proved 20 February 1839, of Richard Pethebridge late of Tawstock, yeoman, bequeathing tenement called Little Southcott in Wear Gifford to his wife, Ann.

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/5  nd

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
List of Deeds [1801-1839]. (48/22/9/1-4).
Concerning premises in Wear Gifford.

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/6  29 March 1866

Contents:
WEAR GIFFORD
Letter, Richard Pethebridge to Messrs Frere, stating that he is enclosing the title deeds of property which his mother, Mrs. Ann Pethebridge has agreed to surrender to the Hon. Mark Rolle.

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/7  1 March 1866

Contents:
Letter,
Henry Drew to Messrs. Frere,
That he has agreed with Mrs. Ann Pethebridge for a surrender of premises in the Manor of Stevenstone in consideration of the payment of an annuity of £15.

Devon Record Office  48/22/9/8  6 October 1866

Contents:
Letter,
Henry Drew to Messrs Frere.
About a bond.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/1  10 October 1855

Contents:
VENN OTTERY.
Conveyance.
(1) Samuel Pile of Axmouth, yeoman.
(2) John Pile of Venn Ottery, yeoman, his father.
Premises called Vicarys and Palfreys purchased by the said John Pile of William Crawley Yonge, esq.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/2a-b  28 August 1871

Contents:
VENN OTTERY.
Copy Conditions of an Auction.
Of a messuage, farm and lands called Vicary's and Palfreys in the parish of Venn Ottery.
(b) Enclosed: Bundle of correspondence about the above.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/3  1871

Contents:
VENN OTTERY.
Declaration
Of Robert Pile of Petrockstow, yeoman.
re. Vicarys and Palfreys Tenements in Ven Ottery.
Attached Copies (made October 1871) of
Burial Certificate, John Pile buried 4 November, 1855.
Burial Certificate, Samuel Pile buried 10 April, 1863.
Burial Certificate, Elizabeth Pile buried 13 July, 1870.
Marriage Certificate, Samuel Pile and Elizabeth Newbury married 10 October, 1835.
Baptismal Certificate, John Pile baptized 24 February, 1836.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/4  [1871]

Contents:
In Chancery, Drake v. Trefusis.
Draft Affidavit
Of R. H. Lipscombe of East Budleigh, land steward about the Purchase of lands from Misses J and R. Pile.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/5  3 August 1872

Contents:
In Chancery, Drake v. Trefusis.
Affidavit
Of J. W. Dawson
About the purchase of lands from Pile.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/6  5 August 1872

Contents:
In Chancery, Drake v. Trefusis.
Copy Affidavit.
Of Daniel William Bangard about the purchase of lands from Pile.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/7  7 August 1872

Contents:
VENN OTTERY
Conveyance
(1) John Webber of Exeter, ironmonger.
(2) John Pile of Axmouth, yeoman and Robert Pile late of Axmouth but now of Petrockstow.
(3) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone.
(4) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Hartland Abbey, Bart.
Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth of Wear House, Bart., and
Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
In pursuance of an order in Chancery in suit Drake v. Trefusis, Vicarys and Palfreys Tenements.
Consideration: £1400 to John Webber.
£1600 to John and Robert Pile.
Schedule and Plan.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/8  7 August 1872

Contents:
DRAKE v. TREFUSIS.
Copy Affidavit
Of James William Dawson of No. 28 Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, solicitor, verifying execution of, and identifying deeds about the purchase of lands from Pile.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/9  7 August 1872

Contents:
DRAKE v. TREFUSIS
Copy Affidavit
Of Charles Huddy Norrington.
As to execution of deeds
re. purchase of lands from Pile.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/10  6 August 1872

Contents:
DRAKE v TREFUSIS
Certificate
As to the result of the further enquiry in the proceedings, about the title to lands in the parish of Venn Ottery.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/11  1871-2

Contents:
DRAKE v. TREFUSIS
Bill of Costs,
The Trustees of Lord Rolle dr. to Terrell and Petherick with receipt and correspondence attached.

Devon Record Office  48/22/10/12  2 November 1872

Contents:
Requisitions on title and Answers thereto - Rolle Trustees, purchasing leads from C. E. Palfrey.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/1  12 February 1714/15

Contents:
HUISH; MEETH.
Recovery
Parmenas Penrose, gent.,
Charles Heale, clerk.
Henry Cruwys, gent, tenant.
Onesiphorus Sheere, vouchee.
10 messuages, 2 water grinding mills, 50 gardens, 50 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 30 acreswood, 100 acres furze and heath, 50 acres moor, and £24 rents in Worthy, Lovistone, Burne, [...] Turton, Shutslade, Huish and Meeth.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/2  5 February 1741/2

Contents:
HUISH; MEETH.
Deed to make a Tenant to the Precipe for suffering a Recovery.
(1) Onesiphorus Sheere the elder of Great Torrington, gent., and Grace, his wife.
(2) Onesiphorus Sheere the younger, gent., eldest son and heir apparent of the said Onesiphorus Sheere.
(3) Henry Cruwys of New Inn, Middlesex, gent.
(4) Richard Yeo of Huish, esq.
Messuages and hereditaments called Lovistone, Twiton, Burn, Shutslade, Northdown, Broadmead and Cawdley in the parishes of Huish and Meeth.
Consideration: £422. 2s. 6d.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/3a-b  15-16 October 1742

Contents:
HUISH; MEETH.
Lease and Release.
(1) Onesiphorus Sheere the Elder of Great Torrington, gent., and Onesiphorus Sheere the younger, eldest son and heir apparent of the said Onesiphorus Sheere.
(2) Henry Cruwys of New Inn, Middlesex, gent.
Premises as in 48/22/11/2.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/4  29 November 1742

Contents:
HUISH; MEETH
Recovery. 16 George II
Richard Yeo, Esq., demandant.
Henry Cruwys, gent., tenant.
Onesiphorus Sheere, vouchee.
10 messuages, 2 water greist mills, 50 gardens, 100 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 150 acres pasture, 30 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, 80 acres moor with appurtenances in Lovistone, Burn, Twiton, Shutslade, Cawdley, Broadmead, North Down, Huish and Meeth.
Seal of Common Pleas in green wax, pieces chipped off.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/5  20 May 1757

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY; HUISH; MEETH.
Assignment
(1) The Honble. Christiana Maria Stevens of Cross, widow and administratrix of Henry Stevens late of Smithcot, Esq., during the minority of his son Henry Stevens and also administratrix of the will of Richard Stevens late of Southcot, esq., decd.
(2) Onesiphorus Sheere of the Middle Temple, London, Esq., son and heir and administrator of Onesiphorus Sheere late of Great Torrington, decd.
(3) James Martin of the Middle Temple, gent.
Portion of Hendford with the several messuages belonging in Holsworthy and the barton and farm called Lovistone in the parishes of Meeth and Huish.
Consideration: £200.

Devon Record Office  48/22/11/6  22 June 1807

Contents:
HUISH
Assignment for residue of 2 terms of 1000 years.
(1) Sir James Norcliffe Innes Ker late called Sir James Norcliffe Innes of Huish, Bart.
(2) William Hole of Barnstaple, gent., and Revd. Peter Wellington Furze of Dowland, clerk.
(3) William Nation of the City of Exeter, banker and John Hutchings of the said City, banker.
(4) Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(5) Richard Eales of Exeter, esq.
(6) John Edge Manning of Exeter, gent.
Manor and lordship of Huish and the right of presentation to the Church of Huish.
[Details specified].
To secure £10,000 and interest to (4) and subject thereto. In trust for William Naton, esq., and to attend the inheritance.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/1a-b  29 and 30 March 1722

Contents:
PILTON
Lease and Release.
(1) Thomas Saltren of Stone, Esq.
Charles Davie of Elmborough, Esq.
Joseph Davie of Orleigh, Esq., and
Robert Incledon of Pilton, gent.
(2) John Incledon of Pilton, malster.
Tenement and houses with appurtenances in Pilton heretofore in the several possessions of Robert Beare, John Beare his son, Elizabeth Bear, widow and now of the said John Incledon and Edward Parminter.
Consideration: £66.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/2  27 September 1734

Contents:
MARWOOD; PILTON.
Mortgage for £50 (payable 25 March 1735).
(1) John Incledon of Pilton, malster and Mary his wife.
(2) Margarett Christmas of Barnstaple, spinster.
Messuage with one garden and orchard in Pilton and cottage, house and garden in Marwood.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/3  5 May 1740

Contents:
PILTON
Lease for a year.
(1) John Bale of Pilton, yeoman.
(2) John Yelland of the same place, yeoman.
2 tenements in Pilton heretofore in the possession of Thomas Harford, late of Alexander Bear but now of the said John Bale.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/4  6 May 1740

Contents:
PILTON
Release
(1) John Bale of Pilton, yeoman.
(2) John Yelland of the same place, yeoman.
2 tenements in Pilton heretofore in the possession of Thomas Harford, late of Alexander Bear but now the said John Bale, (except a little tenement now in the possession of Philip Squire.)
Consideration: £30.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/5  28 May 1740

Contents:
PILTON
Mortgage for £16.
(1) John Yelland of Pilton, yeoman.
(2) Anthony Harding of Eastdown, husbandman.
2 tenements and messuages, courtlage, orchard and garden with appurtenances formerly in the occupation of Thomas Harford, then of Alexander Bear and lately of John Bale.
Subject to a rent charge of 12s. payable to the poor of Barnstaple., and 10s., to the poor of Chawleigh.
Paper.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/6  30 January 1741/2

Contents:
MARWOOD
Mortgage. 15 George II
(1) Charles Cutcliffe of Bideford, gent., and Mary Davy, wife of Daniel Davy of Great Torrington, merchant.
(2) John Thorn of Leigh in Marwood, gent.
(3) John Incledon of Pilton, malster.
Cottage, house and garden in Marwood.
Consideration: £51. 5s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/7  20 April 1764

Contents:
MARWOOD; PILTON
Assignment.
(1) Mary Thorne of Barnstaple, widow and administratrix of John Thorne late of Lee in the parish of Marwood.
(2) Lewis Wellington of St. Gyles, gent.
Dwelling house, garden and orchard in Pilton and 3 cottages in Marwood.
Consideration: £63.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/8  22 October 1790

Contents:
PILTON.
Assignment.
(1) Peter Wellington Furze of Dolton, clerk, administrator of the goods and chattels which were of Lewis Wellington late of St. Giles, gent., decd.
(2) Mary Partridge of Great Torrington, widow, executrix of Mary Thorne late of Barnstaple, widow of John Thorne late of Marwood, gent., decd.
(3) Edward Hancock of Barnstaple, clothier.
Incledon's Tenement.
Consideration: £150.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/9  27 October 1797

Contents:
PILTON
Assignment for the remainder of a term of 1000 years.
(1) Edward Hancock of Pilton, clothier.
(2) Sophia Parsons of Bernenarbor, spinster.
Incledon's Tenement.
Consideration: £440.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/10  16 February 1801

Contents:
PILTON
Assignment for residue of a term of 500 years.
(1) Edward Hancock of Pilton, dyer.
(2) Robert Reid of the same place, esq.
2 tenements in the parish of Pilton, which are now fallen down and converted into a garden.
Consideration: £20.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/11  12 July 1852

Contents:
PILTON
Assignment for the residues of 2 several terms of 1000 years and 500 years.
(1) Revd. Richard Hillman Podmore of Ottery St. Mary, clerk.
(2) Elizabeth Wood Harding of Pilton, widow.
Messuage with a garden and orchard in Pilton in the possession of Mary Thorne and known as Incledon's Tenement.
Consideration: £525 (previously agreed upon).

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/12  22 February 1856

Contents:
PILTON
Assignment for residue of a term of 1000 years.
(1) Charles Henry Hiern of Barnstaple, surgeon, and James Nott Harding of South Molton, gent (executors of the will of Elizabeth Wood Harding late of Pilton, widow, decd).
(2) Revd. Richard Blackmore of Charles, clerk.
Incledons Tenement and Pilton Cottage.
Consideration: £400.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/13  1 April 1858

Contents:
PILTON
Assignment for residue of terms of 1000 years and 500 years.
(1) Revd. Richard Blackmore of Charles, clerk.
(2) Frederick Richard Lee of Broadgate House, Pilton, esq.
Pilton Cottage (formerly Incledon's Tenement).
Consideration: £435.

Devon Record Office  48/22/12/14  1858

Contents:
PILTON.
Administration with the Will annexed, Date of Will 3 March 1858 27 October, 1858.
Of Mary Jane Lee, wife of Frederick Richard Lee of Broadgate House in Pilton, R.A. who under a power in her Marriage Settlement (5 August 1857), appointed Broadgate House in Pilton and an income of £3000 to husband, Frederick Richard Lee.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/1a-b  27-28 June 1750

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Lease and Release.
(1) John Heath of Gittisham, Esq., and Joseph Coplestone of Ottery St. Mary, Esq.
(2) Thomas May of Great Torrington, innholder.
Closes called Poole Parkes (7 acres) in Great Torrington late in the tenure of Roger Flexman but now of the said Thomas May.
Consideration: £112 (in release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/2  2 February 1768

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Conveyance.
(1) Thomas May of Great Torrington, clothier.
(2) John Hern of the same place, gent.
2 closes called Poole Parkes.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/3  14 April 1772

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Lease for a year.
(1) John Hiern of Great Torrington, gent., and Thomas May of the same place, clothier.
(2) Thomas Green of the same place, cordwainer.
Porle Parkes otherwise Clarkes Meadows (7 acres).

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/4  1 April 1837

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Lease.
(1) Rt. Hon. John, Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) William Grant of Great Torrington, joiner.
Dwelling house on The North side of New Street.
Lives: William Grant, son of lessee, aged 18 years.
In reversion of George Stoneman and Henry Stoneman.
Consideration: £25.
Rent: 15s.
Heriot: £1.
Surrender, dated 28 January 1893, endorsed.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/5  2 July 1892

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON.
Assignment.
(1) William Grant of Torrington, gent.
(2) Henry Grant of Great Torrington, builder.
Dwelling house on the North side of New Street in Great Torrington being no. 26, and now in the occupation of Isaac Reddaway.
Consideration: £76.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/6  25 October 1892

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON.
Assignment for residue of term of 99 years.
(1) Henry Grant of Great Torrington, builder.
(2) John Parnacott of the same place, monumental stone cutter.
Piece of ground with the messuage standing thereon on the North side of New Street and now in the occupation of Isaac Reddaway as tenant.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/7  1840

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Marriage Settlement.
(1) Charlotte Western of the Borough of Warwick, widow.
(2) William Brown Cook of the same borough, Cabinet maker.
(3) Richard Pearks of Fulbrook, farmer and Thomas Pearks of the same place, farmer.
Newly erected dwellinghouse called the Castle Inn together with the courtlage and stables for 2 several reversionary terms of 99 years.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/8  10 April 1863

Contents:
Great TORRINGTON.
Covenant to Surrender.
(1) Charlotte Cocks of No. 34. Belgrave Street in the parish of St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, widow.
(2) Henry Pearks, also of no.34. Belgrave Street, butterman and cheesemonger.
7 cottages in Castle Street.
Also assignment of a Life Policy for £500 in the Scottish Amicable Assurance Company.

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/9  1889

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Poll of inhabitants on "A Bill for Vesting the Management of Great Torrington Common, Castle Hill Common and other lands in the Borough of Great Torrington in the County of Devon in a Body of Conservators and to settle questions between the Commoners of Great Torrington and the Owners of the Rolle Estate and for other purposes".

Devon Record Office  48/22/13/10  23 September 1892

Contents:
GREAT TORRINGTON
Conveyance.
(1) Alice Jane Roe formerly of Plymouth but now of Zennor St. Ives, Cornwall, wife of Revd. Samuel Henry Farwell Roe of Zennor, clerk in Holy Orders.
(2) Richard Braginton Johns of No. 20 Princess Square, Plymouth, solicitor and
Alice Georgina Wallace Rimington, spinster, the personal representatives of Margaret Ann Rimington, decd.
(3) Clara Louisa Langford of New York, U.S.A., widow.
(4) John McKay of Portsmouth Hants, Esq., and Georgiana Merrill McKay, his wife.
(5) John Blackwell Helm of No. 4. Arthur Street, Knightsbridge, Middlesex, agent.
(6) Mon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone and Bicton.
(7) Sir George Stucley Stucley of Moreton, Bart., and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
Messuage, garden and plot of ground at Norwood adjoining Torrington common.
Consideration: £360.
Small plan in margin and schedule.

Devon Record Office  48/22/14/1  12 January 1835

Contents:
AYLESBEARE.
Counterpart Lease.
(1) Rt. Hon. John Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) George Pyle of Aylesbeare, carpenter.
Moiety of a dwelling house now converted into 2 dwellings with the Blacksmiths shop thereto belonging and the garden and orchard adjoining, part of a messuage called Truant in Aylesbeare Town and part of the Manor of Aylesbeare and now in the possession of (2).
Lives: George Pyle aged 44 yrs.
James Pyle aged 9 years
William Pyle aged 6 yrs.
Consideration: £63.
Rent: 8s.
Heriot: 16s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/14/2  28 November 1872

Contents:
AYLESBEARE
Order of Exchange (Office Copy),
(1) Hon Mark George Kew Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) Revd. Samuel Henry Walker, Perpetual Curate of the Chapelry of Newton Poppleford in Aylesbeare.
Part of "Dyers" given to (2) and "Warrens" given to (1).
Enclosed: Letter from Inclosure Commission about exchange of property in Colaton Raleigh., 14 March 1873.
PLAN.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/1  13 December 1864

Contents:
Appointment.
By Solomon Augustus Richards, esq., and Sophia Mordaunt Richards, his wife, both of Ardamine in the County of Wexford.
2 several sums of £500 and £150 for the maintenance and education of their second son Arthur William Mordaunt Richards.
[Under a power in their Marriage Settlement].

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/2  nd

Contents:
Probate
Of the Will 29 March 1879, proved 23 June, 1879. (copy)
Of Bernard John Goddard Richards, esq., decd. late of Ardamine Gorey, Wexford.
Appoints mother as executrix.
[No realty specified].

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/3  1884

Contents:
Date of Will 10 March 1883. Proved of the Will 30 August, 1884.
Of Isabella Frances Ward of Torquay, widow.
To sons Robert, Bernard Edward and Thomas Le Hunte, £200 each.
To grandson Francis Augustus Richards, £21.
To niece Frances Sophia Bayley, £25.
To attendant Agnes Perkins, £10. 10s.
To son Robert Ward all the books which belonged to her late husband.
To daughter Sophia Mordaunt Richards all plate and house linen for her use and enjoyment during her life and after her death the same to go to her son, Thomas Le Hunte.
Residue to daughter Sophia.
Son Thomas le Hunte and
Daughter Sophia, executors.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/4  11 March 1885

Contents:
Account,
Of the personal and moveable estate chargeable with stamp duty under The Act of 1881, 44 Vict. Cap. 12, S.38 upon the death of Isabella Francis Ward of Springfield, Torquay, widow, who died 30 May 1884.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/5a-g  [n.d.]

Contents:
7 Statements,
As to insurance Policy for £500 on the life of Isabelle Frances Ward, payment of a Ready Money Bonus to Sophia Mordaunt Ward, etc.
25 April, 1854; 27 May, 1859; 25 July, 1859; 24 July, 1879 and 28 August, 1884.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/6  1884

Contents:
Account,
Of the Executors under the Will of Mrs. Frances Isabella Ward.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/7  8 March 1885

Contents:
Inland Revenue,
Succession Duty Form.
Succession of Bernard Edward Ward, Robert Ward and Thomas Le Hunte Ward, on the death of Isabella Frances Ward who died 30 May, 1884.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/8  22 October 1884

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
Of Sophia Mordaunt Richards of Springfield Torquay, widow of Solomon Augustus Richard's, of the appointment made by a Deed Poll of 13 December 1864 (48/22/15/1).

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/9  23 October 1884

Contents:
TORMOHAM
Deed of Appointment.
(1) Sophia Mordaunt Richards of Springfield, Torquay, widow of Solomon Augustus Richards of Ardamine, Wexford.
Sums of £1500 and £1500 stock and parcel of land near Upton and adjoining the turnpike road from Torquay to St. Marys Church and within the Parish and Manor of Tormoham together with the dwelling house called Springfield Lodge now held for a term of years.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/10  14 November 1884

Contents:
Appointment
Sophia Mordaunt Richards of Springfield, Torquay, widow of Solomon Augustus Richards of Ardamine, Wexford, esq.
That £1500 shares in the National Provincial Bank, (subject to her life interest in the same), be held in trust for Francis Augustus Richards.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/11  1884

Contents:
TORQUAY
Draft Reconveyance.
(1) Mary Ryder.
(2) Arthur William Mordaunt Richards, a Lieut. in Her Majesty's 2nd Regiment of Dragoons.
Leasehold messuage and hereditaments at Torquay known as Springfield Lodge for a residue of a term of years therein discharged from a mortgage for £200.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/12  1884

Contents:
TORQUAY
Draft Reconveyance.
(1) Susanna Catherine Hext, widow and John Francis Kitson.
(2) Arthur William Mordaunt Richards.
Leasehold messuage and hereditaments at Torquay known as Springfield Lodge for the residue of a term of years therein discharged from a mortgage for £400.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/13  1884

Contents:
TORQUAY
Abstract of Title
Of Mrs. Richards and her Second Mortgagee to a leasehold dwellinghouse and premises called "Springfield", at Torquay.
Recites deeds 1854-1873.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/14  1884

Contents:
TORQUAY
Abstract of Title
Of Mrs. Richards and her mortgagee to leasehold dwelling house and premises called "Springfield" at Torquay.
Recites deed 1853-78.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/15  29 November 1884

Document mutilated.

Contents:
Release (?)
(1) Arthur William Mordaunt Richards, a Lieut in Her Majesty's 2nd Regiment of Dragoons now stationed at Edinburgh.
(2) Sophia Mordaunt Richards of Springfield, Torquay, widow.
(3) Thomas Le Hunte Ward of The Shrubbery, Shooters Hill, Woolwich, Kent, a Captain in the Royal Navy.
(4) Bernard Edward Ward of Southills, Southampton, a Colonel in Her Majesty's Army and George Maconchy of Corrigan, Torquay.
All actions, etc.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/16  1885

Contents:
Further charge (draft)
To secure £1241. 4s. 11d.
(1) Arthur William Mordaunt Richards, a Lieut, in Her Majesty's 2nd Regiment of Dragoons now stationed at Edinburgh.
(2) Bernard Edward Ward of South Hill, Southampton, a Colonel in Her Majesty's Army.
(3) Bernard Rowland Ward, a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers now stationed at Gibralter and William Stewart Forster of No. 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, Esq.
Lands in Dublin and County Wexford, Ireland.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/17  1897

Contents:
Deed of appointment (Draft).
(1) Revd. Robert Edward Richards of Hinton Parva, near Swindon, Wilts, clerk.
(2) Sophia Mordaunt Richards of 44 Elm Park Road, Chelsea, Middlesex, widow.
(3) Arthur William Mordaunt Richards, a Capt. in Her Majesty's 2nd Regiment of Dragoon Guards now stationed at Hounslow in the County of Middlesex.
(4) Francis Augustus Richards of 44 Elm Park Road aforesaid, Esq.
(5) The said Arthur William Mordaunt Richards and Bernard Rowland Ward, a Capt. in the Royal Engineers now stationed at Cork in Ireland.
To be New Trustees of the Will of S. A. Richards, Esq.

Devon Record Office  48/22/15/18  25 June 1897

Contents:
Instructions to settle appointment of New Trustees and Release and Deed of Revocation and new appointment of National Provincial Shares.
(Re. Will of Solomon Augustus Richards).

Devon Record Office  48/22/16/1  1836

Contents:
Probate
Of the will of
Thomas Lee of Barnstaple, Esq. Date of Will 19 April 1836. Proved 26 July 1836.
All estate and effects to daughter Mary Catherine Lee but subject and chargeable with the payment of an annuity of £120 to Mary Lee, the wife of testator, with a legacy of £40 to the said Mary Lee and with an annuity of £20 to son Edward Lee of Gorrin Lodge, Killy begs, Donegal, Ireland and also with an annuity of £20 to son Frederick Richard Lee of No. 16 Norton Street in the parish of St. Mary Le Bone, London.
Daughter Mary Catherine, executrix.

Devon Record Office  48/22/16/2  5 July 1841

Contents:
Marriage Settlement.
(1) Mary Catherine Lee of Barnstaple, spinster.
(2) Revd. Henry John Hutton of West Buckland, clerk.
(3) Sir Bouchier Palk Wrey of Tawstock Court, Bart., and William Woodward of Honiton, surgeon.
Premises described in the 1st schedule annexed, in the parishes of Barnstaple, and St. Giles in the Fields and St. James's, Middlesex.
Also an annuity of £800 Consolidated Bank Annuities.
Endorsed:
The above named John Hutton and Catherine Lee, both being dead, Sir Bouchier Wrey now assigns premises to Frederick Richard Lee, 4 May 1876.

Devon Record Office  48/22/16/3  1872

Contents:
Probate of the Will. Date of Will 6 Jan 1859
Proved 23 March 1872.
Of Mary Catherine Hutton of Barbican, Barnstaple, widow of the Revd. Henry John Hutton.
Under power in her Marriage Settlement, appoints all estate to her brother, Frederick Richard Lee, Esq., Royal Academician of Broadgate House, near Barnstaple.
(Exeter District Registry).

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/1a-b  24-25 June, 1815

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Lease and Release.
(1) William Rowe of Hartland, esq.
(2) John Slade of Langtree, esq.
Messuage and tenement situate in the village of Stowford in the parish of Langtree.
Consideration: £600 (in Release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/2a-b  17-18 June 1831

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Lease and Release.
(1) John Henry Furse of Halsdon House in the parish of Dolton, esq. Robert Samuel Palmer of Lincoln's Inn, London, esq., and Charles William Johnson of Great Torrington, Esq.
(2) John Slade of Langtree, Esq.
Close called Cross Parks (1½ acres) in the occupation of the said John Slade, part of a tenement called Week and Lees Field in the parish of Langtree.
Consideration: £91 (in Release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/3a-b  17-18 June 1831

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Lease and Release.
(1) John Henry Furse of Halsdon House in Dolton, esq.
Robert Samuel Palmer of Lincoln's Inn, London, Esq., and Charles William Johnson of Great Torrington, esq.
(2) Richard Johns of Langtree, yeoman.
Field or close called Barrow Meadow otherwise Broadmeadow (1½ acres), which is part of a tenement called Week and Lees field.
Consideration: £40 (in Release).

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/4  6 September 1867

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Mortgage (to secure £750 and interest).
(1) Arthur James Chichester, an Ensign in Her Majesty's 62nd Regiment of Foot.
(2) Thomas Lock of Instow, Land agent.
Parnacotts Tenement in the village of Week in the parish of Langtree.
Also, 2 policies of assurance.

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/5  9 October 1851

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Conveyance.
(1) William Smale of Frithelstock, yeoman.
(2) Charles Smale of Bideford, gent.
(3) William Nancekivell of Langtree, yeoman.
(4) John Nancekivell of Bideford, yeoman.
(5) James Knight of Langtree, yeoman.
Dragon Meadow.
Consideration: £100.

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/6  25 May 1893

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Conveyance in Fee.
(1) Susanna Parish, the wife of John Parish of Goodleigh, blacksmith.
(2) Mary Ann Huxtable, the wife of James Huxtable of Withacott in Langtree, farmer.
Moiety of Dragon Meadow.
Consideration: £50.

Devon Record Office  48/22/17/7  2 March 1896

(Document Mutilated).

Contents:
LANGTREE.
Deed of Exchange
(1) Mary Ann Huxtable of Withecott, Langtree, wife of James Huxtable of the same place, farmer.
(2) Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle of Stevenstone and Bicton.
(3) Sir George Stucley of Moreton, Bart. and Rt. Hon. Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, Bart.
(Trustees of Will of Rt. Hon John, Lord Rolle).
The Dragon Meadow otherwise Green Dragon Meadow adjoining the churchyard in Langtree from fields at Doggaport.
Plan and schedules.

Devon Record Office  48/22/18  28 October 1767

Contents:
STOKE ABBOTTS (Dorset).
Mortgage for £800.
(1) Thomas Smith the Elder of Stoke Abbotts, Dorset, gent., and Thomas Smith the younger of Pilsdon, Dorset, gent., only son and heir apparent of the said Thomas Smith the Elder.
(2) Henry Bishop of Sidling St. Nicholas, Dorset, gent.
Messuage or dwelling house with the barn, stable and carthouse and other outhouses, garden and orchard to the said messuage or dwellinghouse belonging in Stoke Abbotts in (Dorset) and certain closes [specified] in the same place.

Devon Record Office  48/22/19  4 October 1813

Contents:
PARKHAM.
Lease for 99 years determinable on lives.
(1) Rt. Honble. John Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone.
(2) Thomas Jowliffe of Parkham, labourer.
Waste plot adjoining the road leading from Bideford to Hartland and adjoining 2 fields called the Down and the Three Corner Park, part of a tenement called lower Waytown in the parish of Parkham and which waste plot contains 30 perches.
Lives: Thomas Jowliffe aged 33 yrs. Elizabeth Jowliffe aged 24 yrs, Mary Ann Jowliffe aged 5 yrs.
Consideration: 5s., and the laying out of £20 in building and improving the premises.
Rent: 2s. 6d.
Heriot: 5s.

Devon Record Office  48/22/20a-b  28-29 September 1819

Contents:
BARNSTAPLE.
Conveyance by way of Lease and Release.
(1) William Arter of Barnstaple, Quarter Master of the North Devon Regiment of Milita.
(2) Richard Eales of the City of Exeter, esq., clerk of the Peace for the County of Devon.
House or building recently erected and built by the said William Arter and now used as a store room for arms and the site or plot of ground whereon it stands.

Devon Record Office  48/22/21  1852

Contents:
BOVEY TRACEY; WHIMPLE.
Probate of the Will Date of Will 8 Oct. 1852. Proved 14 December 1852.
Of Thomas Wentworth Buller of Strete Ralegh, Esq. Wife Ann and brother-in-law Edward Dyvett of Bystock, executors.
To wife, £ 500 and all furniture, etc., and to occupy his dwelling house at Strete Ralegh until his son Wentworth William Buller shall attain the age of 24 years.
All right in The Bovey Tracey Pottery Company to the said Wentworth William Buller.
All messuages in Whimple to the said William Wentworth Buller.
P.C.C.

Devon Record Office  48/22/22  1868

Contents:
Probate of the Will, Date of Will 21 Feb. 1854 Proved 1 September 1868.
Of Frederick Charles Herbert of Bishopsteignton, Esq. a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy.
Frederick Goulburn, esq., a Commissioner of Customs and Major Robert Stuart of the firm of Porter Brothers and Stuart of Birmingham, to be executors.
No more than £ 20 to be spent on his funeral.
Appoints wife to be Guardian of his children.
To wife, £ 600 (£ 100 of which to be paid immediately on his death).
[No realty].

Devon Record Office  48/22/23  22 July 1864

Contents:
BUCKLAND BREWER.
Mortgage
(1) John Mills of Huish, miller.
(2) George Braginton of Great Torrington, banker (Trustee of the North Devon Permanent and Terminable Benefit Building Society established at Bideford).
Parts of a messuage consisting of a dwelling house, 1 grist mill called "Buckland Mills", and parcel of land called The Great Meadow, Higher Meadow, Little Meadow, meadow and waste.
And 2 life assurance policies.
To secure the subscriptions on an advance of 6½ shares in the said society for a term of 15 years.
Advance, £ 3903.

Devon Record Office  48/22/24  1879

Contents:
Probate
Of the Will and Codicil Date of Will 1 July 1864 Date of Codicil 3 Mar 1876. Proved, 3 February 1879.
Of Catherine Elizabeth Cooke of Coombe Teignmouth, widow.
To sister-in-law, Adah Eliza Howard, widow of her late brother Frederick William Howard, £2000 and in the event of her death in the lifetime of the testator, to be divided equally between her 2 sons, George Frederick Howard and Charles Henry Howard as joint tenants.
Residue to sister Harriett Martha Howard she made sole executrix.

Devon Record Office  48/22/25  1889

Contents:
Probate of the will Date of Will 4 March 1889 Proved 11 April 1889.
Of William Edwin Thompson Corbett of Strathmore, Torquay.
Nephew Edwin C. Sandilands of Woodlands, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells and John Taylor, Chemist, 15 Lucius Street, Torquay, to be executon

Devon Record Office  48/22/26  22 August 1817

Contents:
Receipt
John Frankpitt of John Carpenter, £11, being the purchase money for the plot of ground behind the house of the said John Frankpitt.

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