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Yonge Family of Puslinch in the Parish of Newton Ferrers Devon


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Reference 107
Covering dates late 13th Century-1884
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 1169 files
Creators Yonge family of Puslinch, Devon; Garstin family of Dublin, Eire

Contents:
Deeds, Leases, Manorial Records, Litigation and Estate Records of the Yonge Family and the Garstin Family.



TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1  No date (late 13th century)

Contents:
Quitclaim of land with appurtenances, formerly held by John de la Hylle of Geoffrey de Ourtton.
Denis, son of John de la Hylle to Geoffrey de Ourtton.
Consideration: half a mark of silver.
Witnesses: Nicholas Trenchard, John de Arkeworth, Richard Trenchard, Richard le Bastard, John Hunfred.

[no title]  107/2  (30 March 1290)


Related information: PWDRO 107/45

Contents:
Grant of goods and chattels at Blakeston (Blaxton in Tamerton Foliot).
John, son of Richard de Horsham, to Ellis de Blakeston.
Witnesses: Ralph le Bryt, Thomas de Budockyshyde, John Horsham, "gomer", Master Nicholas atte Lake, Avery Berd.
At Blakeston, Thursday after Annunciation, 18 Edward I

[no title]  107/3  No date (14th century copy of pre-1290 deed)

Contents:
Copy of gift of furlong of land in Nitheretorra (in Newton Ferrers) formerly of Edwy de Torra.
Thomas de Veteri Ponte of Puselyngh (Puslinch) to Denis de Torra, son of Edwy de Torra, at rent of 8s. p.a.
Consideration: four marks.
Witnesses: Lord William de Ferers, Lord John de Albemare, Gilbert Crispyn, Walter de Mymhyngland, William de Halghwyll.

[no title]  107/4  No date (14th century copy of pre-1290 deed)

Contents:
Gift of furlong of land in Blowedon (Blowden in Newton Ferrers), with appurtenances, formerly of John.
Roger de Langford, Lord of Poselynche, to Ralph de Blowedon, and Joan, his wife, at rent of 10s. p.a.
Consideration: ten marks.
Witnesses: John de Coleton, William de Pollockeffen, Walter Uppehill, Robert de Ascomb, John de Ascomb.

[no title]  107/5  (13 July 1299)

Contents:
Grant of utensils and vessels in the manor or Poselynche that are for the service of the manor.
Roger de Langforde, knight, to Roger, his son. (Seal with inscription "...LAGFORD", and blank shield)
At Poselynche, Monday after Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 27 Edward I

[no title]  107/6  (24 August 1299)

Contents:
Mandate to render homage etc. to his son, Roger, upon the gift to him of the manor of Posselyngh.
Roger de Langaford, knight, to his men and tenants of Torre, Coleton Ayssecumbe, Presteton, Blowdeoune and Crewebera (Torr, Collaton, Ashcombe, Preston, Blowden and Crebar, all in Newton Ferrers)
Feast of St. Bartholomew, 27 Edward I
(Seal with inscription "...LAGFORD", and blank shield)

[no title]  107/7  (2 April 1353)

Contents:
Quitclaim of the manor of Poslynche.
Thomas de Langeforde, knight, to John de Poslynche, Roger, his son and heir, Ann, wife of Roger, and the heirs of their bodies, saving a rent of 1d p.a. reserved by Roger Langeford, his forebear.
Witnesses: Master Theobald de Gorges, John de Kyngeston, knights, Thomas Chysenhale, William Ryngeborn, John Wyvyle, Thomas Todyton, Richard Totham, John Serle.
At Godeshulle (Godshill) in the Isle of Wight, Tuesday before St. Ambrose, 27 Edward III
(Seal with device and inscription)

[no title]  107/8  (2 April 1353)

Contents:
Command to pay rent of 64s p.a. to John de Poslynche, Roger, his son and heir, and Ann, wife of Roger, in accordance with an agreement.
Thomas de Langeforde, knight, to his free and other tenants of the manor of Poslynche and of Torr, etc.
At Godeshulle (Godshill) in the Isle of Wight, Tuesday before St. Ambrose, 27 Edward III
(Seal with device and inscription)

MOHUN ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/9  No date (before 1290)

Contents:
Gift or seventh part of Hervina (Halvana in Altarnun), bounded as follows: from the ditch of William Foliot by the stream, to the bank of Ridcharr, then up beside the cart track to the White Stone, then down from the stone to the red town, and from the red town to the red stream, and so beside it to the west part of the ditch of William Foliot, and so beside it to the said stream.
Ralph de Bovilla, Lord of Tredawal (Tredawl in Altarnun) to Richard le Franceys, at rent of one penny.
Witnesses: Roger de Trelow, Jordan de Trevaga, Philip de Trevella, Odo de Bant, William, clerk of Gunan, Helia de Bant, Hamelin de Hendra, Robert the smith, Roges de Tredawal.

[no title]  107/10  (1 October 1335)

Contents:
Gift of messuages, lands, etc. in Hole and Trebolwyn (Trebullom in Altarnun), with two acres of land, and half an acre, and a little close in Tregnarret (Trenarrett in Altarnun), and messuages and lands in Little Dodwrithek
Joan, widow of Richard Moun, to Robert Estote, Margaret, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, to be held of William Moun and his heirs at rent of a grain of corn.
Witnesses: Thomas Treglasta, William Moles, Robert Terynen, Robert Clays, Robert Ros.
At Hole, Sunday after Michaelmas, 9 Edward III

[no title]  107/11  (31 January 1348/9)

Contents:
Power of attorney for livery or seisin of messuages, etc. in East Wylliswordy (Willsworthy in Peter Tavy?) to William Mohun, his brother.
John Mohun to Stephen de Estcote.
At East Wyllswordy, Saturday before Purification, 23 Edward III

[no title]  107/12a  (23 February 1363/4)

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Stephen de Estote and Joan, his wife, to put her son, William Moun, in posession of all their lands and appurtenances in Overgonan, Nythergonan, Tregnaret, Trethyna, (Tregunnon, Trenarrett and Trethinna in Altarnun), Polglos, Polglosmille, Hervena and Maysterspark.
Friday after St. Peter's Chair, 38 Edward III

[no title]  107/12b  (25 November 1367)

Contents:
Release from Joan de Estote, widow, to her son, William Moun, and his heirs of all the lands above mentioned.
Thursday before St. Andrew, 41 Edward III

[no title]  107/12c  (20 May 1401)

Contents:
Grant by John Moun to John Lanhergy and his heirs, of all his lands in Polglas, Tresehot, Overgonan, Nythergonan, Tregneret, Maysterspark and Hervena, with his services of several tenants, and all his lands in Altarnun, at yearly rent of a red rose for first twenty years and a half, thereafter at rent of £20 p.a.
Power of re-entry to John Moun at end of 15 years on payment of ten marks.
Friday before Pentecost, 2 Henry IV

[no title]  107/12d  (23 February 1425/6)

Contents:
Grant by John Moun to John Halya and William Hamyly, and the heirs of their bodies of land and moor in Maysteryspark and Conanmoor, with appurtenances, in dry ground and wet, reserving 5s for every foot of black tin for the toll arising from the land and moor, at rent of 6s p.a. for first 30 years, and 6d for reliefs, then at rent of 20s. p.a.
Friday before St. David, 3 Henry VI

[no title]  107/12e  (14 January 1459/60)

Contents:
Grant by William Moun to Thomas Uppeton, John Uppeton, his son, Elizabeth, his wife, of lands in Maysterspark and Hervena, in Altarnun.
Monday after St. Hilary, 38 Henry VI

[no title]  107/12f  (14 January 1459/60)

Contents:
Letter of attorney from William Moun to deliver seisin of the above lands.

[no title]  107/12g  24 January, 38 Henry VI (1459/60)

Contents:
Quitclaim from John Palmer to Thomas Uppeton and Elizabeth, his wife, of Maysterspark and Hervena in Altarnun. Warranty against the Prior of St. Stephen's, Launceston.

[no title]  107/12h  (5 May 1465)

Contents:
Lease from William Moun, Lord of manor of Conan, to Robert Teoo (?) of a tenement which John Strange held of him in Nyther Conan, for twenty years at rent of 8s p.a.
Sunday after Finding of Holy Cross 5 Edward IV

[no title]  107/13  (24 December 1365)

Contents:
Quitclaim of forty marks
John de Ferario (Ferrers), knight, to Stephen de Estcote, and William Mohun.
Wednesday, vigil of Christmas, 39 Edward III

[no title]  107/14  (24 June 1372)

Contents:
Gift of half a garden, late of William Batyn.
Richard Danyel, son and heir of William Danyel of Torre, to John Pound, tailor, at rent of --.
Witnesses: William Moun, William Worston, Richard Crenwebeare, John Squyer, John Gryp.
At Torr (in Newton Ferrers), nativity of St. John Baptist, 46 Edward III

[no title]  107/15  (25 November 1394)

Contents:
Gift of close called Marlapitte, between the lands of Walter William and Thomas Tilia; and a piece of land between lands of Christine Holbeton and Walter William, Thomas Tilia and Richard Daniel.
Richard Beele of Torre to Richard Mown, at rent of 10d and one day's harvesting for 60 years, and thereafter at rent of 5s p.a.
Witnesses: William Pollokisfenne, John Holbaton, Thomas Tilia, Roger Batin, Richard Daniel.
At Torr, Wednesday, St. Catherine, 18 Richard II

[no title]  107/16  (27 June 1408)

Contents:
Power of attorney for livery of seisin to John Mowne, her son, of two closes in Poselynche, called Langeston Forlange and Middelmede.
Matilda, widow of Henry Cornewe to Thomas Topclyff.
At Lynham (Lyneham in Yealmpton), Wednesday after Nativity of St. John Baptist, 9 Henry IV

[no title]  107/17  (8 August 1412)

Contents:
Quitclaim of manor of Puslinch with appurtenances, granted by John Silverlokes and Matilda, his wife, to them for the term of his life.
John Andrew, Rector of Newton Ferrers, Richard Denyshylle and John Robard, chaplain, to John Silverlokes.
Witnesses: John Crokker, Stephen Lantrom, Robert Byrt, William Carslake, John Row of Wynston.
At Puslinch, Monday before Assumption, 13 Henry IV

[no title]  107/18  (18 March 1413/14)

Contents:
Gift of title to close called Langestonefforlonges in the lordship of Puslinch.
Thomas Toppeclyffes to Richard Mohun, Ralph Rous and Roger Batyn, for the life of Thomas, upon condition that they guarantee the freedom from rent and other charges of a messuage and two furlongs of land in Blowden in Newton Ferrers, granted by Thomas Toppeclyffes to John Crokkere, Stephen Lantrom and William Polkesfen, and that John Mohun does the same. (No witnesses)
At Puslinch, Sunday after St. Gregory, 1 Henry V

[no title]  107/19  (31 March 1430)

Contents:
Quitclaim of common of pasture in the manor of Puslinch, belonging to two messuages and two furlongs of land in Newton Ferrers called Blowden.
Nicholas Coterell to William Moune, in return for quitclaim of nine shillings, part of rent of 15s 10d, and a moiety of various services specified, a rent of 16d being reserved in respect of the moiety of services remitted.
Witnesses: Robert Hull, John Crokker, Andrew Hull, Henry Fortescu, John Prideaux of Adeston.
At Plympton, Friday after the Annunciation, 8 Henry VI

[no title]  107/20  (26 April 1434)

Contents:
Gift of the manor of Puslinch with appurtenances.
Robert Hulle, Esq., Master Hugh Maunsell, Vicar of Yealmpton, and John Shettecote, to William Mowne.
Witnesses: John Crocker of Lynham, John Hulle of Hareston, John ate Wode, Richard Vyncensent, John Symon.
At Puslinch, Monday after St. George, 12 Henry VI

[no title or date]  107/21

Contents:
Another copy of the same, with lower edge and seals missing.

[no title]  107/22  (22 April 1437)

Contents:
Gift of the manor of Puslinch in the tithing of Newton Ferrers, with the rents and services of all the tenants therein.
William Mohun of Puslinch to Gilbert Byssthopp, Stephen Gyffard, Master Walter Brysthford and John Foredon, chaplain, on condition that they enfeoff Anisia, his wife, for life, of the messuages and lands in Rowtorr and Ayshcomb (Rough Torrs and Ashcombe) now of William Strete and William More, and after her death, to him and his heirs.
Witnesses: Richard Fortescu, John Symon, Nicholas Coterell, John Pollokysfen, Thomas Pollokysfen.
At Puslinch, Monday before St. George, 15 Henry VI

[no title]  107/23  (22 April 1437)

Contents:
Gift of the manor of Puslinch in the tithing of Newton Ferrers, with the rents and services of all the tenants therein.
William Mohun of Puslinch to Gilbert Byssthopp, Stephen Gyffard, Master Walter Brysthford and John Foredon, chaplain, on condition that they enfeoff Anisia, his wife, for life, of the messuages and lands in Rowtorr and Ayshcomb (Rough Torrs and Ashcombe) now of William Strete and William More, and after her death, to him and his heirs.
Witnesses: Richard Fortescu, John Symon, Nicholas Coterell, John Pollokysfen, Thomas Pollokysfen.
At Puslinch, Monday before St. George, 15 Henry VI

[no title]  107/24  (16 May 1439)

Contents:
Copy of court roll: manor of Yealmpton. Grant of free warren at Werfelhammes in the south of the manor at Yealmpton to William Moun, at rent of 12d p.a. Sealed by Hugh Short, receiver, and John Shilston, under bailiff.
Saturday after Ascension, 17 Henry VI

TRETHYNEK ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/25  (26 December 1419)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Trethynek (Tredinnick in Duloe), Lanffron, Trewolsta (in St. German's), with rents of free tenants in Morva (Morvall), Bryght and Penquyt.
Richard Trethynek to Richard Lame, Vicar of Landrake, Thomas Walys and William Symon, for the life of Richard Trethynek, and then to Nicholas, his son, and the heirs of his body, and of Margaret, daughter of Robert Blerok, his wife; except the messuages and lands in Trewolsta, which are to belong to Richard Lame, etc. for 15 years or until the death of Richard Trethynek, whichever be the later, and then to Nicholas, his son as above.
Witnesses: William Talbot, Thomas Arundell, knight, Stephen Bodulget, Stephen Trenewyth, John Scrokysdon.
At Trethynek, St Stephen, 7 Henry V

[no title]  107/26  No date (15th century)

Contents:
Inventory of all the goods of Richard (?) Tretynek and Sibella, his wife, on the day that she died. List of their debts, etc. Total cost of funeral of Sibella, in accordance with her will, 112s 7½d.

[no title]  107/27  10 October, --- Henry VI

(Anglo-Norman. One corner with year torn away)

Contents:
Grant of wardship and marriage of John Trethenyek, son and heir of Nicholas Trethenyek, with the lands and tenements which the said Nicholas held in Trethenyek of Thomas Gerard, as a free tenure of Lodebrok, Devon (Ludbrook in Buckland Monachorum or Ugborough), which wardship, etc. have come to John Cornewayll because of the nonage of Stephen, son and heir of Thomas Gerard.
John Cornewayll, Lord of Fawenhope, and Baron of Milbrok (Millbrook in Bedfordshire), to Robert Blerok and Margaret Trethenyek.

[no title]  107/28  No Date

(Badly faded and partly illegible)

Contents:
Statement by Richard Trethynek in a suit concerning land at Brize.

[no title]  107/29  (26 January 1447/8)

Contents:
Gift of Messuage and lands in Donston (Dunstone in Yealmpton) in the hundred of Ermington.
Thomas Collond and Joan, his wife, to William Hynston and William Moune
Witnesses: John Pollexsfen, John Prydeaux of Stone, Roger Moune, Thomas Stone.
At Donston, Friday after St. Paul, 26 Henry VI

[no title]  107/30  18 April, 33 Henry VI (1455)

Contents:
Gift of manors, lands, tenements, etc. in Devon and Cornwall, late of Thomas Uppeton.
John Trelauny, Esq., Thomas Coppyng, clerk, and John Plympton, to Thomas Uppeton, Esq., and Joan, his wife.
Witnesses: Elmer Deyse, Esq., Thomas Deyse, Esq., Thomas Tregadek, Thomas Corke, John Trecarke.

[no title]  107/31  20 July, 35 Henry VI (1457)

Contents:
Quitclaim of the manor of Puslinch, and messuages and lands in Rowetorr and Ayscombe (Rough Torrs and Ashcombe).
Walter Bruscheford, chaplain, to William Moune of Puslinch. Warranty against John Carkyke, Rector of Newton Ferrers.
Witnesses: John Crocker, Esq., William Menwynnek, William Rous.

[no title]  107/32  (29 September 1459)

Contents:
Copy of grant of annual rent of 40s from lands and tenements in Oldwhitta.
Thomas Courtenay, Earl of Devon, to John Uppeton, for life.
St. Michael, 38 Henry VI

[no title]  107/33  (January 1418/9)

Contents:
Gift of a messuage with a garden in Nydthertorre (in Newton Ferrers) between the lands of Roger Batyn on north and south, and the highroad from Yealmpton to Overtorre on the west.
John Adam, son and heir of Ranulf Adam of Torr, to William Streta and Agnes, his wife.
Witnesses: John Moun, Roger Batyn, Andrew Clerk, William Goolde, John Holbeton.
At Torre, Friday, Epiphany, 6 Henry V

[no title]  107/34  (30 June 1460)

Contents:
Quitclaim of a messuage with garden adjacent in Nyther Torre (as above).
William Streta and Agnes, his wife, to John Uppeton and Elizabeth, his wife.
Witnesses: William Moune, John Carkeke, Rector of Newton Ferrers, William Menwynekes.
At Nythertorre, Monday after Nativity of St. John Baptist.

[no title]  107/35  (6 October 1466)

Contents:
Grant of annual rent of 17s from the lands and tenements held by Robert Duyell and John Danyell in Torr of William Moun.
William Moun to William Lowde, until the sum of 46s 8d be paid.
Witnesses: William Copleston, John Uppeton, Roger Moun.
At Torre, Monday after St. Michael, 6 Edward IV

[no title]  107/36  28 March, 8 Edward IV (1468)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Uppeton (In Lewannick), Hayys, Clompittis, Bothewithek, Hendre, Treglomna, Dennheyedburgh (Launceston), Penfonten, Langoff in St. Martin's Looe, Dodecote, Trevewe, Maisteryspark and Hervena (in Altarnun).
Thomas Uppeton, Esq., to John Trelawnny and William Menwynnek.
Witnesses: Thomas Trevodek, John Trecarell, Thomas Cork, John Pure, William Roos.

[no title]  107/37  29 March, 8 Edward IV (1468)

Contents:
Power of attorney for livery of seisin of messuages and lands in Uppeton, etc. (as above) to John Trelauny and William Menwynnek.
Thomas Uppeton, Esq., to John Plympton.
Witnesses: Thomas Trevodek, John Trecarell, Thomas Cork.

[no title]  107/38  28 October, 11 Edward IV (1471)

(The paper is damaged by vermin at one edge)

Contents:
Copy of inquisition taken at Exeter, before -- Calwodeley, Esq., Escheator of the King in Devon, upon the death of William Mohun. He held no land of the King in Devon at his death. The manor of Puslinch held by William Bisshop and William Nicoll, together with a messuage, a mill, a dovecote, 50 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow and 200 acres of wood, in Rowetorr and Redbury, who conveyed it to William Mohun for life, and then to Elizabeth, wife of John Upton, his daughter, and her heirs, by a fine levied, 37 Henry VI (1458-9). Margaret, wife of David Tregarrek, is the sister of Elizabeth, wife of John Upton, the former being aged 34, and the latter 29. The manor is worth £100 (?) p.a.

[no title]  107/39  (11 June 1477)

Contents:
Gifts of messuages, lands and tenements, etc. in Uppetoun, Trewynne, Hayes, Treswen and Penventonn.
William Uppetoun, the younger, son and heir of John Uppetoun, the son and heir of Thomas Uppetoun, late lord of Treloske, Cornwall, Esq., to William Uppetoun, the elder, and John Uppetoun, his brother, uncles to William Uppetoun, the younger, and the heirs of their bodies, failing whom, to revert to the donor and his heirs.
Witnesses: Oliver Wyse of Launston (Launceston), Esq., John Trelauny, the elder, Esq., Thomas Corke of Launston, Oliver Wyse of Tregadek, John Uppetoun of Trewhante.
At Uppetoun, Wednesday, St. Barnabas, 17 Edward IV

[no title]  107/40  15 January, 7 Henry VII (1491/2)

Contents:
Gift of moiety of lands and tenements in Puslinch.
John Hallewyll, knight, and William Fortescu, to John Uppeton and Elizabeth, his wife, and the heirs of John's body, on condition that it is not alienated except for the term of one life. Power of attorney for livery of seisin to John Wheler and John Jakson.
Witnesses: Walter Copleston, Richard Strode, Richard Lake.

[no title]  107/41  20 January, 7 Henry VII (1491/2)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Puslinch.
John Hallewyll, Knight, and William Fortescu, to John Uppeton, and the heirs of his body, on condition that it is no alienated except for the term of one life. Power of attorney for livery of seisin to John Wheler and John Jakson.
Witnesses: Walter Copleston, Richard Strode, Richard Lake.

[no title]  107/42  25 September, 9 Henry VII (1493)

Contents:
Bond to pay £20 or else allow the occupation and enjoyment of the lands and tenements of Puslinch for three years until the money be paid.
John Uppeton of Puslinch to Richard Lake.

[no title]  107/43  26 March ---

Contents:
Writ of subpoena to a person not named to appear before the Council within ten days from the receipt of the writ, to answer the charges of Richard Lake, yeoman.
Under Privy Seal, at Greenwich
(Seal missing)

[no title]  107/44  30 May 1516

Contents:
Probate copy of will of John Upton, dated 10 December 1515.
Body to be buried in church of Newton Ferrers. 20 marks each to Nicholas, William and Thomas, his sons, and to Joan, Elizabeth, Agnes and Margery, his daughters. Elizabeth, his wife, to have all his lands and tenements during her life, and then to his heir, on condition that he has a priest celebrating for a whole year in the church of Newton Ferrers, for his soul and those of his parents. Two sheep to the repair of the said church of St. Andrew. One ewe each to the repair of St.
Mary in the Chancel, the high cross, St. George, Holy Trinity, St. Mary of Pyttie, St. John and St. Catherine.
Residue to Elizabeth, his wife, executrix.
Proved at Modbury

[no title]  107/45  1 October, 8 Henry VIII (1516)

Contents:
Inquisition taken at Exeter, before Humfrey Trevilian, Escheator of the King in Devon, upon the death of John Upton of Puslinch.
John Halwell, knight, and William Fortescu were formerly seised of the manor of Puslinch, and by a deed of 20 January, 7 Henry VII (1491/2) gave it to John Upton and the heirs of his body. John Upton, by a deed of 6 August, 7 Henry VIII (1515), gave to Andrew Hillersdon, Richard Hals, William Fortescu of Preston, John Fortescu of Spridelston, Thomas Cotrell, Esq. and John Burlegh, all his messuages and lands in Wide, Kyngistamerton, Blackeston, Elyshorsham and Torre (Widey in Egg Buckland, Kings Tamerton in St. Budeaux, Blaxton and Horsham in Tamerton Foliot, and Torr in Newton Ferrers), to the use of John Upton for life, and then for Elizabeth, his wife, for life, and then to his right heirs. The lands in Puslinch are held of Robert Willoughby, Lord de Broke, John, Lord Fitzwaryn, in right of his wife, Nicholas Delune and Patrick Bedlewe, by knight's service and a rent of 2d p.a., as of the manor of Aysshetorre, and are worth £10 p.a. The lands in Kyngistamerton are held of John Vautord at the rent of 4d p.a. and are worth 20s p.a. The lands in Wide are held of John Wise and are worth 10s p.a. The lands at Blackeston are held of the Prior of Plympton and are worth 10s p.a. The land in Elyshorsham are held of John Copleston and are worth 6s 8d p.a. John Upton died 18 December last past. John Upton is his son and next heir and is aged 17 years and more.

[no title]  107/46  12 May, 16 Henry VIII (1524)

Contents:
Royal inspeximus of writ of certiorari upon a foot of fine concerning the manor of Puslinch, three messuages, a mill, a dovecote, 600 acres land, 20 acres meadow and 200 acres wood, levied by John Uppeton and Elizabeth, his wife, to William Bysshopp and William Nycoll: and of transcript of the said foot of fine, dated Morrow of All Souls, 37 Henry VI (3 November 1458) and Octave of Michaelmas, 39 Henry VI (6 October 1460). Inspeximus made at request of John Uppeton.
(Great seal in brown wax, somewhat worn)

[no title]  107/47  1 September, 30 Henry VIII (1538)

Contents:
Gift of moiety of manor of Puslinch and moiety of lands and tenements in Newton Ferrers and Puslinch.
Nicholas Uppeton, Esq. to William Uppeton, Nicholas Dyllon and Thomas Marshall, gentleman, to the use of Nicholas Uppeton and Edburga, his wife, for their lives, and then to his heirs and assigns. Power of attorney for livery of seisin to Thomas Rowe and Andrew Damerall.

[no title]  107/48  28 October, 34 Henry VIII (1542)

Contents:
Lease for 21 years of lands, meadows, pastures and houses and buildings in precinct of the royal park of Stokenham, lately ceased to be a park.
The King to Nicholas Uppetun, Esq.
Rent: £6 p.a.
(Great seal in brown wax, worn and damaged)

[no title]  107/49  Octave of Michaelmas, 2&3 Philip & Mary (1555)

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning moiety of nine messuages, ten gardens, eleven orchards, 200 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, two acres wood, and 40 acres furze and heath, in Uppeton, Trewyn and Lewannick, and a moiety of common of pasture in 100 acres of waste called Vawell More in Trewyn Downe, Lewannick and Northill, Cornwall.
William Uppeton of Newton Ferrers, Esq. quer: Geoffrey Uppeton deforc.

[no title]  107/50  14 June, 2&3 Philip & Mary (1556)

Contents:
Quitclaim of eighteen feet of land lying without the "haygge" of Melsburyford, and in the east side of the way from Newton Ferrers to Puslinch, and so eastward through the north end of the north down of Collaton until it comes to the way from Collaton Morton Place to Puslinch Bridge.
William Upton of Puslinch, Esq., to Androwe Pomeroy of Collaton, Esq.

[no title]  107/51  12 February, 2 Elizabeth (1559/60)

damaged


Related information: (See also PWDRO 107/60)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of moiety of manor of Blerycke, Cornwall, with appurtenances, and seven messuages, two cottages, two tofts, a corn mill, a dovecote, seven gardens, 100 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture, 20 acres wood, 200 acres furze and heath, 20 acres moor, 10 acres alder-grove and 16d rent in Blerycke, Myddell Blerycke, Overblerycke, Blerycke Mill, Trethell (in Sheviock), Lastawen or Lanstawen, Sheviock, St. John's and St. John's parish, by William Uppeton, Esq. from Richard Bryand, son of John Bryand and Thomasina, his wife. John Hale, vouchee. John Atkynson, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas)

[no title]  107/52  24 April, 9 Elizabeth (1567)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Newton Ferrers on west of highway in the cross by the water towards Newton Ferrers Church, on east and north of lands of Nicholas Slannyng, son and heir of William Slannyng of Newton Ferrers, deceased, and on south of lands of Nicholas Fortescue, gentleman, son of Lewis Fortescue, deceased.
Elizabeth Hardye of Noss Mayo, widow, one of the daughters and heirs of Edmund Rendawe, deceased, to William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq.
Power of attorney for livery of seisin to Nicholas Pollexfen and John Collett.

Heydon and Brodemere  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/53  23 November, 9 Elizabeth (1566)

Contents:
Agreement between Nicasius Yetsweirt of the Household of Queen Elizabeth, Esq. and William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq.
Covenant by Nicasius Yetsweirt to procure that two closes of land, meadow and pasture, called Haydowne and Brodemore in Newton Ferrers, occupied by William Uppeton, lately belonging to the chapel of Puslinch, called Saint Toolys Chappell, worth 10s p.a., and accounted as concealed land, be conveyed to him, Nicasius, by the Queen, and then to convey the lands to William Uppeton.
Consideration: £20

[no title]  107/54  same date [23 November, 9 Elizabeth (1566)]

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Nicasius Yetswerrt and George Payne of Pyllehowsse in Wynscombe, Somerset, gentleman, to William Uppeton.

[no title]  107/55  28 March, 9 Elizabeth (1567)

Contents:
Copy of royal letters patent: gift of (inter alia) two closes of land called Heydon and Brodemore in Newton Ferrers, late of William Upton, Esq., part of the lands of the chapel of Puslinch.
To Nicasius Yetswert, Esq., and Bartholomew Brokesby, gentleman, to be held of the manor of East Greenwich in free socage.
Consideration: £289 16s

[no title]  107/56  25 October, 9 Elizabeth (1567)

Contents:
Bargain and sale of two closes of land, called Heydon and Brodemore in Newton Ferrers.
Nicasius Yetsweirt, Esq. and Bartholomew Brokesby, gentleman, to William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq.

[no title]  107/57  14 November 1567

Contents:
Quitclaim of two closes of land (as above)
Nicasius Yetsweirt, Esq., and Bartholomew Brokesby, gentleman, to William Uppeton, Esq.

[no title]  107/58  Octave of Michaelmas, 6 & 42 James I (1608)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning a messuage, a toft, two mills, a dovecote, a garden, an orchard, 160 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture, 60 acres wood and 40 acres furze and heath in Puslinch and Newton Ferrers.
Thomas Williams, Esq. and George Crocker, gentleman, quer: George Uppeton, Esq. and William Uppeton, gentleman, deforc.

[no title]  107/59  12 January 1608/9

Contents:
Articles of agreement between George Upton of Puslinch, Esq., and William Upton, his son and heir, on the marriage of William Upton and Amy, the daughter of Francesse Loveys of Berdon (Cornwall), widow.
William to receive £450 from Francesse Loveys, and an annuity of £10 from his father during his father's life, from Christmas 1610, if he and his wife do not dwell with his father.
Of the £450, £80 is to be given to Agnes, eldest daughter of George Upton on her marriage after her father's death, if with the approval of the trustees; £100 to Mary, his second daughter, £70 to Grace, his third daughter and £100 to Barbara, fourth daughter, all upon similar conditions; and £100 to Mary, youngest daughter upon her father's death.
£100 each to the daughters of William, if he has no sons. Provisions in case the daughters do not marry, etc. Provisions for Susanna, wife of George Upton.

[no title]  107/60  Octave of St. Hilary, 11 & 47 James I (1613/4)


Related information: (see also PWDRO 107/51).

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning moiety of two messuages, a water mill, two gardens, two orchards, 40 acres land, 5 acres meadow, and 20 acres pasture in Maneley Fleming (in St. Veep, Cornwall), Frogland, Nether Blerick, Sheviock, and St. Veep, Cornwall; and moiety of a messuage, two gardens, two orchards, 10 acres land, two acres meadow, and three acres furze and heath in Kings Tamerton and St. Budeaux, Devon.
John Blake, gentleman, quer; William Upton, Esq. and Ann, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/61  13 June, 7 Charles I, 1632 (sic)

Contents:
Grant of annuity of £100, issuing from the barton, farm, etc. of Puslinch, except the mansion and buildings.
William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq. to Robert Loveis of Beardon, Cornwall, Esq., and Theophilus Loveis, gentleman, his brother, during the life of Amye, wife of William Uppeton, in order to enlarge and confirm her jointure.
A "piece of silver containing three pence" fixed to the side of the deed, by way of livery of seisin (missing)

Marriage of Marke Uppeton and Dorothie Lane  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/62  2 & 4 September 1634

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Marke Uppeton, gentleman, son and heir apparent of Willyam Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq., and Dorothie Lane, daughter of Richarde Lane of St. Mary Church gentleman.
Lease for three months and release of capital messuage, lands, etc. of Puslinch; two cottages in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Richard Farryor and Barnard Lover; messuage, farm and lands of Haye in Virron (Veryan) Cornwall; messuage, farm and lands of Upton in Lewannick, Cornwall; manor of Trewyn in Lewannick; and messuages and lands called Mayes Parke or Masters Parke and Havena in Altarnun, Cornwall.
Willyam Uppeton to Richarde Lane, Willyam Lane, clerk, his son, and John Lane of Brixham, another son of Richarde, in trust to pay Amy, wife of Willyam Uppeton, annuity of 100 marks from the death of her husband, and to pay Dorothie Uppeton annuity of £110 from the death of her husband. Marke Uppeton to receive annuity of £40 during the life of his father, as long as he dwells with him with his family and has board and lodging, etc. provided, or annuity of £80 if he dwells away from his father. Trust to be to the use of William Uppeton for life, and then to Marke Uppeton and the heirs made of his body, failing whom to the heirs male of William, etc. William Uppeton also to receive annual rent of 200 marks from Puslinch.
Consideration £800

[no title]  107/63  March, 10 Charles 1634/5

Contents:
Recital of the above agreement concerning the provision of board and lodging and the payment that Marke and his family shall live with Richard Lane for three years from the date of his marriage.
Bargain and sale of various household goods and furniture enumerated.
William Uppeton to Marke Uppeton, on condition that William be allowed the use of them in his lifetime. Bond to Richard Lane to observe conditions of agreement.
Detailed inventory and valuation; total £125.6s.6d

[no title]  107/64  Octave of Michaelmas, 12 Charles I (1636)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning the manor of Trewen (in Lewannick), eight messuages, a toft, ten gardens, nine orchards, 150 acres land, 25 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture, 6 acres wood, 28- acres furze and heath, in Trewyn, Upton, Mayes Parke or Maisters Parke, Havenna, Trevake Moore, Lewannick, Veryan and Altarnun, Cornwall; and three messuages, two cottages, three gardens, five orchards, 100 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 60- acres wood, 10 acres furze and heath, and 15 acres marsh, in Puslinch, Torr and Newton Ferrers, Devon.
Richard Lane, gentleman, William Lane and John Lane, quer; William Uppeton, Esq. and Ann, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/65  2 March, 16 Charles (1640/1)

Contents:
Lease for forty years of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, and every part thereof (the Hall, the Parlour, the two butteries, and the chambers over them, the tow chambers over the larder, the western end of the barn, the higher stable, a pig house, close called New Meadow, orchard called the Pondgarden, with walk of double hedge adjoining, lower herb-garden, the curtilage between the hall and the gate, and the ways to them),
William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esquire, to Marke Uppeton, gentleman, his son and heir apparent.
Rent; £20 p.a. for first four years, and then £30 p.a. in order that the debts owed by William Uppeton, specified in a schedule, may be paid.

Marriage of William Uppeton and Johane Hillersdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/66  1 May 1657

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq., and Johane, daughter of Bridgett Hillersdon of Membland (in Holbeton) widow of Richard Hillersdon, Esq.
Gift of capital messuage, farm etc. of Puslinch, in Newton Ferrers; two cottages in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Richard Farryer and Daniell Hare; Messuage, farm etc. of Haye in Veryan, Cornwall; messuage and lands of Upton in Lewannick, Cornwall; manor of Trewyn in Lewannick; messuages and lands called Mayes Park or Masters Parke and Havenna in Altarnun, Cornwall.
William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq. to Bridgett Hillersdon and Hugh Osbourne, on trust, as to the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, to William Uppeton for life, and then to pay annuity of £80 to Johane, his wife, and £20 additional annuity if Dorothie Uppeton, mother of William, survives him, during the life of Dorothie the £20 annuity to be continued during the life of Johane, if she and William have no children, in which case she is to have for life, after the deaths of her husband and mother-in-law, the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, close called Lower Vernice; and common of pasture on Puslinch Marish; but in case there are children, she is to have certain rooms only at Puslinch, together with Lower Vernice and common of pasture, for life, and then to the children in turn, etc. And as to the remainder, to the use of William Uppeton.
Consideration: £300

[no title]  107/67  Three weeks of Trinity 1657

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning three messuages, two cottages, five gardens, five orchards, 100 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 60 acres wood, 10 acres furze and heath, and 15 acres marsh, in Torr, Puslinch and Newton Ferrers; and the manor of Trewyn, eight messuages, one toft, ten gardens, nine orchards, 150 acres land, 25 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture, 6 acres wood, 280 acres furze and heath in Trewyn, Haye, Upton, Mayes Parke or Masters Parke, Havenna, Lewannick, Veryan and Altarnun, Cornwall.
Bridgett Hillersdon, widow, and Hugh Osborne, gentleman, pet; William Uppeton, Esq., deforc.

[no title]  107/68  Month of Easter, 3 William & Mary (1691)

Contents:
Two indentures of the fine concerning a messuage, two cottages, a barn, a stable, three curtilages, three gardens, four orchards, 110 acres land, 26 acres meadow, 70 acres pasture, 60 acres wood, 20 acres furze and heath, and 20 acres marsh, in Torr, Puslinch and Newton Ferrers.
Edward Fortescu, Esq., and Richard Hillersdon, quer; William Uppeton, Esq., and John Uppeton, gentleman, deforc.

[no title]  107/69  26 May 1691

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of the above fine levied by William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq. and John Uppeton, his son and heir apparent, to Edward Fortescu of Spridlestone, Esq., and Richard Hillersdon of Membland, Esq., concerning the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch in Newton Ferrers, and two cottages in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Henry Pollexfen, gentleman, and Daniell Hare, deceased.
To the use of William Uppeton for life, and then to John Uppeton

FORTESCUE ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/70  Octave of St. Hilary, 16 Elizabeth (1573/4)

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning a messuage, two gardens, two orchards, 50 acres land, 12 acres meadow, 40 acres pasture, and 30 acres furze and heath in Holbeton, Combe and Vicars Parkes.
Arthur Bassett and John Chichester, Esqs. quer; Hugh Fortescue, defor.

Landsend in Colebrooke  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/71  12 June, 5 Henry (1427)

Contents:
Receipt by John Arundell, knight, to Joan Fillegh, daughter and heir of John Fyllegh, deceased, for ten marks paid by John Chechestre, Esq. for the marriage of the said Joan, and for the wardship of various lands, etc. in Landshende (Landsend in Colebrooke), held of him by knight's service. Quitclaim of actions concerning the same to John Chechestre.
(Armorial seal, good impression, slightly damaged)

[no title]  107/72  1465/6-1559

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Snell, husband of Rose, daughter of Ellyce Westwaye and Marye, his wife, to Landsend and Wode (or Birchment) in Colebrooke

[no title]  107/73  15 Edward II (1321-2), to 5 November 1613

Contents:
Notes concerning the ownership of Landsend in Colebrooke, from a survey of the manor of Crediton

[no title]  107/74  7 September, 13 & 49 James I (1615)

Contents:
Bargain and sale of two closes of land called Smithewilles or Vekeres Parkes in Holbeton.
Ames Coplestone of Warleighs, Esq. to Bartholomew Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, gentleman, and John Fortescue, his son.
Consideration: £200

[no title]  107/75  10 September 1615

Contents:
Bargain and sale of two closes called Crosparke and Brembleland, 8 acres, part of a tenement called Schoyscombe, in Holbeton, occupied by Bartholomew Fortescue.
Amias Coplestone of Warleigh, Esq, to Batholomew Fortesscue of Holbeton, gentleman, and John Fortescue, his son.
Consideration: £60

[no title]  107/76  29 May 1628

Contents:
Probate of will of George Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq., dated 9 May 1628.
£40 to four youngest children of Susan, his daughter, wife of Stephen Ley; £100 to Garthered Fortescue, daughter of Bartholomew, his son and heir apparent, on her marriage; £100 to Arthur, son of Bartholomew Fortescue, on age of 21.
Messuages and lands called Birchment and Landsend in Colebrooke, occupied by Rose Snell, or John Snell or Christopher Snell, her sons, to Arthur Fortescue, son of Bartholomew Fortescue, for 30 years from the death of the tenants.
Messuages in Bridgerule and Colebrooke, and messuages, etc. called Burrells Combe in Holbeton: messuages and two closes called Firebeacon Parke and Blindwell in the same; ground one acre, called Gagford Hill in the same: and messuages and land in Lowdisworthie in Colebrooke and Bridgerule, to Philip Hurle, Esq., Willyam Bligh of Modbury, Esq., John Cole of Holbeton, yeoman, and John Venning of Holbeton, yeoman, on trust to pay his debts, and then for John Fortescue, son and heir apparent of Bartholmew Fortescue, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom., to Arthur Fortescue and the heirs male of his body, failing whom to the heirs of the body of the testator, etc.
Power to lease capital messuage of Coombe in trust for Bartholomew, his son, failing whom, to John and Arthur, his grandsons.
Proved at Plympton Maurice

[no title or date]  107/77

Contents:
Copy of the above. Sum total of inventory: £230 18s 10d

[no title]  107/78  19 September 1639

Contents:
Probate of will of John Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, gentleman, dated 10th June 1639.
Annuity of £50 and use of certain rooms in his house at Combe, to his wife.
Annuity of £20 to George, his son, until age of 16, for his education, etc. and thereafter £40 until age of 21.
£400 to Johane, his daughter, together with tenement called Borowes Combe in Holbeton, late occupied by Richard Reede; cottage in Holbeton, late occupied by Richard Trevell; and piece of ground called Gaggfordhill, 1/2 acre, in Holbeton, late occupied by Ellis Facy.
Lands in Colebrooke, Bridgerule, etc. to Henry Pollexfen of Holbeton, Richard Cole of Aveton Gifford and Peter Treby of Plympton St Mary, in trust for George his son, until age of 21.
Proved at Totnes

[no title]  107/79  20 December, 17 Charles I (1641)

Contents:
Bargain and sale of moiety of messuage, etc. called Wagland in Diptford, occupied by Henry Downinge of Diptford, yeoman.
Elizabeth Fortescue of Carswell (in Holbeton), widow, a sister and coheir of Nicholas Carswell, Esq., deceased, to Adam Strode of Innaton (Ennaton in Ugborough), gentleman.
Consideration £200.

[no title]  107/80  2 June, 31 Charles II (1679)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of a messuage, dovecote, 8 gardens, 100 acres land, 6 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture, 14 acres wood, and 4 acres furze and heath, in Coombe, Vicars Parks, and Holbeton, by Warwick Pollexfen, Esq. and Hugh Osborne, gentleman, from George Fortescue, Esq. John Wheeler, common vouchee.
(Fragment of seal of Common Pleas)

[no title]  107/81  21 December 1694

Contents:
Probate of will of George Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq., dated 12 September 1692.
£500 to Joane Fortescue, his daughter; £5 each to Thomasine, his daughter, wife of John Uppeton of Puslinch, gentleman, and to Elizabeth, their daughter.
Messuages and lands to John Fortescue, his son, but if he die before marriage, then capital messuage of Combe in Holbeton to eldest son of John and Thomasine Uppeton for 21 years, and then to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom to the heirs of the testator.
Proved at Exeter

[no title]  107/82  23 April 1698

Contents:
Copy of bargain and sale of capital messuage, etc. of Carsewell in Holbeton, occupied by John Fortescue,. 103 acres, which is separate from another house called Carsewell, occupied by Samuel Jutsham, gentleman, messuages, lands, etc. called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, occupied by John Brutton, gentleman; messuage etc. called Lowdisworthy or Landsworthy, in Bridgerule, occupied by William Veale.
John Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq. to Nathaniell Ryder of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery of John Pollexfen of Mothecombe in Holbeton, Esq., and Edmund Pollexfen of Plymouth, Esq. to the use of John Fortescue.
Consideration: 10s.
Copy of common recovery (as below).

[no title]  107/83  6 June 10 William III (1698)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of four messuages, 15 gardens, 130 acres land, 39 acres meadow, 130 acres pasture, 5 acres wood, and 440 acres furze and heath, in Kerswell, Holbeton, Lands End, Lands End Wood, Birchment, Colebrooke, Lodgeworthy (in Bridgerule) and Bridgerule, by John Pollexfen, Esq., and Edmund Pollexfen, Esq., from Nathaniel Ryder, gentleman.
John Fortescue, Esq. vouchee, John Cocke, common vouchee.

[no title]  107/84  27 June 1698

Contents:
Mortgage: release of capital messuage, barton lands, etc., of Carswell in Holbeton, occupied by John Fortescue, 103 acres, separate from another messuage and land, called Carsewell, occupied by Samuel Jutsham, gentleman; messuages and lands called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, occupied by John Brutton, gentleman.
John Fortescue of Combe, in Holbeton, Esq., to John Pollexfen of Mothecombe, in Holbeton, Esq.
Consideration: £1500

Hurdwicke in Plympton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/85a  7 September, 11 & 47 James I (1613)

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(a) Admission of Arthur and Matthew, sons of Arthur Peryman, gentleman, to the reversion, expectant on the death of Richard Halse, gentleman, of an eighth part of capital messuage called Hurdwick, with appurtances, and of the ways from the west of Kylmeadoe to Hamparke, and so northwards to the Lower Yeate of the Westwoode; and eighth part of closes called Woodparke, Broadparke,
Crosseparke, Verberyne, Roseparke, Torparke, Culverparke and the Warren, all part of the Barton of Hurdwicke.

[no title]  107/85b  27 February, 9 Charles I (1633/4)

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(b) Admission of Arthur and George Perryman, sons of Arthur Perryman, to the eighth part, as above, but including also a close called Rudgparke, on surrender by Alice Perryman, spinster.
(Francis Vyvyan, knight)

[no title]  107/85c  11 September, 13 & 49 James I (1615)

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(c) Admission of Arthur Peryman, the younger, and Mathew Peryman, sons, and Alice Peryman, daughter of Arthur Peryman, gentleman, to an eighth part of Rodgparke, eight acres, late of Richard Halse, gentleman, and Jerome and John, his sons.

[no title]  107/85d  27 February, 9 Charles I (1633/4)

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(d) Admission of Arthur and George Perryman, sons of Arthur Perryman, gentleman, to eighth part of close called Wilparke, four acres, late of Robert Maddocke.

[no title]  107/85e  6 March, 9 Charles I (1633/4)

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(e) Admission of the same to eighth part of a close or wood called Westwood, 20 acres, late of Arthur Peryman, their father.

[no title]  107/85f  12 May 1654

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(f) Admission of Arthur Perreman, Esq., and Arthur and John, his sons, to eighth part of two closes called Westwood, 20 acres.
(Richard Vyvyan, knight).

[no title]  107/85g  9 October 1649

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(g) Admission of Arthur Perryman, Esq., and James, his son, to eighth part of two closes called Jourdens Parke and Jourdens Meadowe, 15 acres, late of Thomas Helyar.

[no title]  107/85h  12 May 1654

Contents:
File of copies of court roll; manor of Plympton. Signed and sealed by Francis Vyvyan, Esq., Lord of one eighth part of the manor.
(h) Admission of John and Suzan Perreman, son and daughter of Arthur Perreman, Esq., to reversion of eighth part of two closes, as above, expectant on the death of Arthur Perreman.

[no title]  107/86  26 March 1699

(damaged by vermin)

Contents:
Assignment of trusteeship bonds entered into by Andrew Hingston, son of James Hingston of Holbeton, yeoman, Peter Shall, son of Stephen Shall of Holbeton, yeoman, and Thomas Perryman, gentleman, in respect of fourth part of capital messuage called Hurdwicke, with orchards, gardens, etc. and ways from west to Kill Meadow home at Hamparke Corner, and then northward to the Lower Yeate of the West Wood; closes Woodparke, Broadparke, Crosparke, Verbary, Roseparke, Torparke, Culverparke, and the Warren all part of Hurdwicke; close, Westwood, 20 acres; Jourdens Parke and Jourdans Meadow, 13 acres, Rudgparke, 8 acres, and Willparke; all copyhold lands, held of Elizabeth Carteret, Lady of a quarter of the manor of Plympton.
John Fortescue of Combe, in Holbeton, Esq., son, heir and executor of George Fortescue of the same, Esq., to Michaell Langdon of Launceston, Cornwall, gentleman.
Consideration: £260

[no title]  107/87  24 July 1705

Contents:
Copy of Will of John Fortescue of Combe (Holbeton), Esq.
Two legacies under his father's will, and annuity of £30, to Joan, his sister. £20 to poor of Holbeton. Annuity of 40s. to Nathaniell Axworthy.
Messuage, lands, etc, called Combe, in Holbeton, and other messuages and lands, to John Pollexfen, Adrian Sweet of Modbury, Esq., Walter Hele of Widdicombe, gentleman, John Came of Holbeton, and Nicholas Avent of Modbury, in trust to pay his debts, and then to Elizabeth and Mary Uppeton, his nieces, and their heirs of their bodies, failing them to Thomazine Uppeton, his sister.
(Proved at Totnes, 18 October 1705)

[no title]  107/88  19 June 1711

Contents:
Recital of bequest by John Fortescue of Combe, Esq. by his will, as above, to John Pollexfen of Mothecombe, Esq., Walter Hele of Widdicome, gentleman, Nicholas Avent of Modbury, gentleman, Adrian Swete, Esq. and John Came of Holbeton, gentleman, of all his messuages and lands in Devon, upon trust to pay his debts.
Lease for a year, preparatory to release, or closes of land called Burrels Combe in Holbeton, 20 acres.
John Pollexfen, Walter Hele, and Nicholas Avent (Adrian Swete having disclaimed the trust, and John Came being dead) to Christopher Jutsham of Modbury, gentleman.

[no title]  107/89  5 September 1705-12 December 1715

(paper, in book form; 26 folios).

Contents:
"A full and particular account of all money paid by John Pollexfen, one of the Executors in Trust appointed by the last will of John Fortescue, Esq., of Combe, deceased, to the several persons herein named who were Creditors of the said John Fortescue or servants".

[no title]  107/90  17th Century-1890


Related information: (see PWDRO 107/475)

Contents:
Note of "documents taken from this packet", 17 July 1890, to be sent to Messrs. Prance & Prance, solicitors, Plymouth.
1708 Inquisition taken on death of John Fortescue.
1857 Coombe: Fortescue, Osbarn.
1700 John Fortescue.
26 Jan 1698 The lease for a year from John Fortescue, Esq. to John Pollexen, Esq., of Carswell.
1699 Document about judgement against John Fortescue?
1696 John Fortescue: letter of administration of his wife.
1699 Letters of administration to John Fortescue of his wife's goods.
1705 Probate of will of John Fortescue (leaving Combe to Mary and E, Upton).
(The only document in the packet is a memorandum concerning leases in Colebrooke, 17th century).

[no title]  107/91  7 September 1709

Contents:
Will of William Uppeton of Puslinch, Esq
Recital of lease and release, dated 11 August 1691, of all his messuages and lands, as a settlement on the marriage of John Uppeton, his son, and Thomasin, daughter of George Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq., to Richard Hillersdon of Membland in Holbeton, Esq., Nathaniel Moyle of Pendavy (in Egloshayle, Cornwall) Richard Langworthy of Hatch Arundle, Esq., and John, son of George Fortescue, upon trusts; and that John Uppeton is since deceased, leaving only two daughters, Elizabeth and Mary
The reversion of the said messuages and lands to John Pollexfen of Mothecombe (in Holbeton), Esq., and Francis Hingston of Newton Ferrers, clerk, in trust for his two grand-daughters.

[no title]  107/92  20 October 1713

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine to be levied concerning a moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, and of lands in Newton Ferrers, late of William Upton, deceased, then of John Upton, and now of Thomazine, his widow, and Elizabeth and Mary, his daughters.
Elizabeth Upton of Puslinch, spinster, grand-daughter of William Upton, and coheiress of John Upton, to John Pollexfen of Mothecombe, Holbeton, Esq. to the use of Elizabeth Upton.

[no title]  107/93  Month of Michaelmas, 12 Anne (1713)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning moiety of messuage, two gardens, three orchards, 200 acres land, 15 acres meadow, 30 acres wood, and 20 acres furze and heath, in Puslinch and Newton Ferrers.
John Pollexfen, Esq., quer; Elizabeth Upton, deforc.

Marriage of James Yonge, the younger, of Plymouth, and Mary Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/94  27 September, 5 George (1718)

Contents:
Agreement of marriage of James Yonge, the younger of Plymouth, gentleman, son and heir apparent of James Yonge, the elder and Mary Upton of Puslinch, spinster.
Covenant by James Yonge, the elder, to pay annuity of £200 to his son, during the lives of him and Mary Upton; and to pay sum of £500 to Pollexfen Basterd of Kitley, Esq. and Richard Yeo of Huish, Esq. upon the widowhood of Mary Upton, for her use; and to assign to his son a messuage and garden in St. Andrew's Street, Plymouth, occupied by Mary Upton, Elizabeth, her sister, and Thomazine, her mother; and to settle on his son his other messuages and lands.
Covenant by James Yonge, senior, to acquire mortgage of capital messuages and lands of Combe, Puslinch, etc. and quit claim half of the debt of £3000 to Mary Upton.
Covenant by Mary Upton to convey her estates to trustees to the use of her husband for life, then for herself, and then for their children

[no title]  107/95  27 September 1718

Contents:
Agreement of marriage of James Yonge, the younger of Plymouth, gentleman, son and heir apparent of James Yonge, the elder and Mary Upton of Puslinch, spinster.
Covenant by James Yonge, the elder, to pay annuity of £200 to his son, during the lives of him and Mary Upton; and to pay sum of £500 to Pollexfen Basterd of Kitley, Esq. and Richard Yeo of Huish, Esq. upon the widowhood of Mary Upton, for her use; and to assign to his son a messuage and garden in St. Andrew's Street, Plymouth, occupied by Mary Upton, Elizabeth, her sister, and Thomazine, her mother; and to settle on his son his other messuages and lands.
Covenant by James Yonge, senior, to acquire mortgage of capital messuages and lands of Combe, Puslinch, etc. and quit claim half of the debt of £3000 to Mary Upton.
Covenant by Mary Upton to convey her estates to trustees to the use of her husband for life, then for herself, and then for their children
Enclosed: memorandum of the same agreement.

[no title]  107/96  18 October 1718

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of James Yonge, junior, of Plymouth, gentleman, and Mary, sister of Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch, now of Plymouth, spinster.
Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied by James Yonge, Mary, his wife, and Elizabeth Upton, to James Ryder of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, of the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, with appurtenances, in Newton Ferrers, late of William Uppeton, Esq., grandfather of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge; cottage in Torr, Newton Ferrers, late of Daniel Hare; and other messuages and lands of William Uppeton and John, his son; capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Fortescue, Esq., deceased, then of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge, now of Peter Shale, with messuages and tenements called Vickars Parkes, Burrellscombe, Burgesses Parke, Frogmere, Smithwills, all in Holbeton, of Peter Shale; messuages and lands called Tayle Yeate, Portaway Headde or Tobacco Parke, Barn Parke, Blindwell, Squares Tenement, and Green Parke, all in Holbeton, of William Tumbles, Andrew Wortham, Robert Bawden, Paule Baker, Richard Algar and others; messuages and lands in Colebrooke, called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, of John Brutton gentleman; in order that he may suffer a recovery by Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, Esq., John Harris of Manadon (in Weston Peverel) Esq., and Richad Yeo of Huish, Esq., to the use, as to a moiety, of Elizabeth Upton, and as to the other moiety, of James Yonge for life, and then to Mary Yonge for life, and then to their children, etc.

[no title]  107/97  nd

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of James Yonge, junior, of Plymouth, gentleman, and Mary, sister of Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch, now of Plymouth, spinster.
Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied by James Yonge, Mary, his wife, and Elizabeth Upton, to James Ryder of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, of the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, with appurtenances, in Newton Ferrers, late of William Uppeton, Esq., grandfather of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge; cottage in Torr, Newton Ferrers, late of Daniel Hare; and other messuages and lands of William Uppeton and John, his son; capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Fortescue, Esq., deceased, then of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge, now of Peter Shale, with messuages and tenements called Vickars Parkes, Burrellscombe, Burgesses Parke, Frogmere, Smithwills, all in Holbeton, of Peter Shale; messuages and lands called Tayle Yeate, Portaway Headde or Tobacco Parke, Barn Parke, Blindwell, Squares Tenement, and Green Parke, all in Holbeton, of William Tumbles, Andrew Wortham, Robert Bawden, Paule Baker, Richard Algar and others; messuages and lands in Colebrooke, called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, of John Brutton gentleman; in order that he may suffer a recovery by Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, Esq., John Harris of Manadon (in Weston Peverel) Esq., and Richad Yeo of Huish, Esq., to the use, as to a moiety, of Elizabeth Upton, and as to the other moiety, of James Yonge for life, and then to Mary Yonge for life, and then to their children, etc.

[no title]  107/98  nd

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of James Yonge, junior, of Plymouth, gentleman, and Mary, sister of Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch, now of Plymouth, spinster.
Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied by James Yonge, Mary, his wife, and Elizabeth Upton, to James Ryder of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, of the capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, with appurtenances, in Newton Ferrers, late of William Uppeton, Esq., grandfather of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge; cottage in Torr, Newton Ferrers, late of Daniel Hare; and other messuages and lands of William Uppeton and John, his son; capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Fortescue, Esq., deceased, then of Elizabeth Upton and Mary Yonge, now of Peter Shale, with messuages and tenements called Vickars Parkes, Burrellscombe, Burgesses Parke, Frogmere, Smithwills, all in Holbeton, of Peter Shale; messuages and lands called Tayle Yeate, Portaway Headde or Tobacco Parke, Barn Parke, Blindwell, Squares Tenement, and Green Parke, all in Holbeton, of William Tumbles, Andrew Wortham, Robert Bawden, Paule Baker, Richard Algar and others; messuages and lands in Colebrooke, called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, of John Brutton gentleman; in order that he may suffer a recovery by Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, Esq., John Harris of Manadon (in Weston Peverel) Esq., and Richad Yeo of Huish, Esq., to the use, as to a moiety, of Elizabeth Upton, and as to the other moiety, of James Yonge for life, and then to Mary Yonge for life, and then to their children, etc.

[no title]  107/99  Three weeks of Michaelmas, 5 George I (1718)

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning five messuages, four cottages, eight gardens, 360 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 160 acres furze and heath, in Pusninch or Puslinch, Combe, Lansend, Birchment, Vicars Parkes, Burrellscombe, Burgesses Parkes, Frogmeere, Smithwills, and in the parishes of Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colebrooke.
James Ryder, gentleman, quer; Elizabeth Upton and James Yonge, the younger, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/100  1813

Contents:
Abstract of the above fine.
(Copy made 1813).

[no title]  107/101  28 November, 5 George I (1718)

Contents:
Exemplification of the recovery of nine messuages, eight gardens, 360 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, and 160 acres furze and heath, in Puslinch, Combe, Landsend, Birchment, Vickars Parkes, Burrells Combe, Burgesses Parkes, Frogmeere and Smithwills, in the parishes of Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colebrooke.
Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., John Harris, Esq., and Richard Yeo, Esq., pet; James Ryder, gentleman, deforc.
Elizabeth Upton, spinster, and James Yonge, the younger, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, vouchees. Garratt Edmonds, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas in fragments).

[no title]  107/102  nd

Contents:
Exemplification of the recovery of nine messuages, eight gardens, 360 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, and 160 acres furze and heath, in Puslinch, Combe, Landsend, Birchment, Vickars Parkes, Burrells Combe, Burgesses Parkes, Frogmeere and Smithwills, in the parishes of Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colebrooke.
Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., John Harris, Esq., and Richard Yeo, Esq., pet; James Ryder, gentleman, deforc.
Elizabeth Upton, spinster, and James Yonge, the younger, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, vouchees. Garratt Edmonds, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas in fragments).

[no title]  107/103  10 & 11 December 1718

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage: lease and release of messuages and lands called Landsend, Landsendwood, and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, occupied by John Brutton.
Shilston Calmady of Langdon (in Wembury), Esq., Pollexfen Bastard, of Kitley, Esq., John Harrys of Radford (in Plymstock), Esq., and Elizabeth Pollexfen of Mothecombe, widow, trustees and executors in trust of John Pollexfen of Mothecombe, Esq., by direction of Elizabeth Upton of Plymouth, spinster, and James Yonge, the younger, of Plymouth, physician, and Mary, his wife (Elizabeth and Mary being nieces and executrices of John Fortescue of Combe, Esq.) to James Yonge, the elder of Plymouth, physician.
Consideration: £1572 2s.

[no title]  107/104  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above release.

[no title]  107/105  28 & 29 January 1718/9

Contents:
Mortgage (as security for payment of debt of £1500): lease and release of moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, in Newton Ferrers; cottage, etc. in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Henry Pollexfen, gentleman: decayed cottage in town of Newton Ferrers, late of Daniel Hare; and other messuages and lands, late of William Uppeton or John Uppeton; capital messuage, etc. called Combe in Holebeton, formerly of John Fortescue, now occupied by Peter Shale; tenement, Vickars Parkes; messuage and tenement, Burrelscombe; tenements, Burgesses Parkes, Frogmeers, and Smithwills, all in Holbeton; messuages and tenements called Tayle Yeats, Portaway Headde, or Tobacco Parke, Barnparke, Blindwell, Squares Tenement, and Green Parke, in Holbeton, occupied by William Tumbles, Andrew Wortham, Robert Bawden, Paull Baker, Richard Algar, and others.
Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch now of Plymouth, spinster to James Yonge, the elder, of Plymouth, physician. Third party: James Yonge, the younger, of Plymouth, gentleman.
Consideration: 10s

YONGE ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/106  4 January, 2 & 38 James I (1604/5)

Contents:
Recital of quitclaim by John Yearde of Plymouth, gentleman, to the Mayor and Commonalty, of pallace or inclosed ground in Plymouth, on east of the way from the New Kaye to the Broad Street leading to the South Kaye, on north of the Broad Street, on west of the lands of Thomas Forde, merchant, and on south of the Kaye and Town Pump or Well.
Lease for 90 years of the said pallace.
Mayor and Commonalty to John Yeard, at rent of 6s 8d.p.a.

[no title]  107/107  2 February 1685/6

Contents:
Copy of lease for 99 years or three lives of newly erected messuage, etc. in Plymouth, in St Andrew Street, adjoining lands late of George Deacon, now of Thomas Bickford, gunsmith, on north; lands of Christopher Tyacke surgeon, on south; St. Andrew Street on east; and Finewell Street on west; occupied by Samuell Bury, merchant.
John Tozer, the younger, late of Plymouth, now of Stoke Damerel, gentleman, to James Yonge, Jane, his wife, and James, their son.
Consideration: £155 7s 6d

Compton Gifford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/108  13 May 1684

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage and tenement called Gibbs Tenement, at western end of Compton Gifford, Plymouth, part of the manor of Compton Gifford.
Edmund Parker of Boringdon to Johane Yonge of Plymouth, widow.
Lives: Samuel Yonge and Nathanael Yonge, sons of John Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon, deceased, and Dorothy, wife of Samuel Yonge.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £37 12s 6d
Rent: 20s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/109  13 May 1684

Contents:
Licence to sublet messuage and tenement called Gibbs Tenement, in Compton Gifford, Plymouth.
Edmund Parker to Johane Yonge.

[no title]  107/110  23 October 1684

Contents:
Receipts for chief rent for land in the manor of Compton Gifford, due from Samuell Yonge to Edmund Parker, Esq.

[no title]  107/111  1662-1720

Contents:
Receipts for chief and conventionary rents for Gibbs Tenement and other lands in the manor of Compton Gifford, due from James Yonge to Edmund Parker, Esq.
(Five receipts).

[no title]  107/112  1710 and undated

Contents:
Memoranda concerning the payment of chief rents to Edmund Parker, etc.
(Two papers)

[no title]  107/113  20 June 1688

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, curtilage, etc. occupied by James Yonge, in Plymouth, adjoining Batter Street on east, the lands of Philip Andrew, merchant, on west, the lands of Robert Gubbs on north, and the New Kay on south
Robert Gubbs of Cleve, Devon, Esq. and Margaret Gubbs of the same, spinster, to James Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon.
Lives: James Yonge, John Yonge and Johanna Yonge, his son and daughter.
Consideration: £150
Rent 20s

[no title]  107/114  20 January 1690/1

Contents:
Assignment of lease of messuage, etc. (as above).
James Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon, to Edward Hooper of Plymouth, Esq., Thomas Cramporne of the same, vintner, and Nathanael Yonge of the same, merchant, upon trust for James Yonge.

[no title]  107/115  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Gubbs Estates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/116  27 February 1634/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale of fourth part of the two closes of land, etc. called Maudlyn Parkes, 6 acres, in Plymouth, on south of lands, formerly of Richard Woode and heirs of William Hawkyns, on north of lands formerly of Thomas Moone, Richard Woode and William Hawkyns, and the highway, on east of lands formerly of Thomas Moone and William Holbeame, deceased, and on west of Maudlyn Lane; and fourth part of messuage, etc. called the Long Sellar, and two messuages, etc. adjoining, called the Roode Sellar, in Plymouth, on south of Vintrey Street, on north of New Kay, on west of way leading to New Kay, and on east of tenement late occupied by Walter Ley.
Nevill Bligh of Carredon, Cornwall, Esq., and Mary, his wife, a daughter and coheir of William Hitchens of Plymouth, gentleman, deceased, to Robert Gubbs of Plymouth, merchant.
Consideration: £80

[no title]  107/117  27 February 1634/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale of fourth part of two closes, etc. (as above). James Waddon of Plymouth, merchant, and Johane, his wife, a daughter and coheir of William Hitchens of Plymouth, gentleman, deceased, to Robert Gubbs of Plymouth, merchant.
Consideration: £80

[no title]  107/118  2 August 1650

Contents:
Bargain and sale of moiety of two tenements in Plymouth, over a cellar, formerly of Edward Cocke, of Plymouth, merchant, deceased, in Haynes his Lane, leading from Southside Street to Gray Fryers Street, adjoining lands of heirs of Edward
Cocke on east and north, lands of George Hill, late of Edward Cocke, on south, and Haynes; his Lane on west.
Richard Pollard of Langley in High Bickington, gentleman, to Robert Gubbes the elder of Plymouth, merchant.
Consideration: £7 10s.

[no title]  107/119  29 August 1650

Contents:
Bargain and sale of moiety of two tenements (as above). John Downe of Tatswill (Tutshill) in Pilton, gentleman, to Robert Gubbes the elder of Plymouth, merchant.
Consideration: £8

[no title]  107/120  Three weeks of Michaelmas, 1653

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning four messuages, two curtilages, one garden, with appurtenances, in Plymouth.
Robert Gubbes pet; Richard Pollard, Esq., and John Downe, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/121  24 October 1654

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of the above fine.
As to the two tenements (as in PWDRO 107/118 & 119) to the use of Robert Gubbs of Plymouth, merchant.
As to moiety of two other tenements, also in Haynes his Lane, to the use of John Lawry of East Stonehouse, merchant; and as to the other moiety of the same, to the use of Johane Jope of Plymouth, singlewoman; and as to the garden, etc. to the use of John Jope of Plymouth merchant.

[no title]  107/122  28 & 29 October 1679

Contents:
Copy of lease and release of messuage, etc. in Plymouth, in a street leading from the Old Conduit to the Southside Key, occupied by Gideon Allen, merchant; messuage with cellars, etc. adjoining, in the same street, occupied by Cornelius Dinning; messuage, etc. in Plymouth, near the New Key, occupied by Benjamin Dinning; messuage etc. near the New Key occupied by William Hoare; messuage, etc. in street at back of Old Marshalsea, occupied by Robert Matthewes; messuage, etc. near the Hoe, occupied by Thomas Yeo; messuage, etc. in Cohneres Lane, occupied by Nathaniel Deeble, Richard Burthogg and others; messuage., brewhouse, garden, etc. in street leading to Southside Key, occupied by Anna Gubbes; close called Martynes Parke, near Catdown, occupied by Thomas Salmon; two closes near Penny Lane, late occupied by John Bennett; tenement called Kempes Tenement in King's Tamerton in St. Budeaux, occupied by Thomas Kemp; plot of ground called Redmoores Green in Plymouth, occupied by Jane Redmore, widow; plot of ground, the New Burying Place; in Plymouth, occupied by the Mayor and Commonalty; annuity of £8 payable out of lands of the Mayor and Commonalty; messuage, etc. in Plymouth, near Frankfort, occupied by Edward Wodes; messuage, etc. at the Great Tree in Plymouth, occupied by Grace Aller, widow; messuage; etc. near the Island House, in Plymouth, occupied by James Yonge, surgeon; messuage, etc. called Butleres, in Brixton, occupied by --- Brooking and others; messuage, etc. called Yempson, in Plympton St. Mary, occupied by Robert Winston; messuage, etc. called Goodamore in the same, occupied by William Avent; barton, farm, etc. called Cleve in St. Thomas the Apostle, occupied by Robert Gubbes; messuage, etc. in St. Edmund upon the Bridge, Exeter, occupied by George Leach; messuages, etc. in Exe Island, in the same, occupied by William Higson, John Endicott and others; and all other messuages and lands of the late John Gubbes.
Robert Gubbes of Exeter, Esq., Anna Gubbes of Plymouth, widow, and Margaret Gubbes of Plymouth, spinster, only sister and heir of John Gubbes of Exeter, deceased, to George Leach of Exeter, gentleman, and Edward Crosse of the same, grocer, on trust., in part for Anna Gubbes for life and then for Margaret Gubbes for life and then to the heirs of her body, failing whom to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to the heirs of his body, failing whom to the heirs of Margaret Gubbes; in part of Margaret Gubbes for life, then to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to John Gubbes, his son and heir apparent, etc. and as to the remainder, to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to John Gubbes, his son, etc.

[no title]  107/123  nd

Contents:
Copy of lease and release of messuage, etc. in Plymouth, in a street leading from the Old Conduit to the Southside Key, occupied by Gideon Allen, merchant; messuage with cellars, etc. adjoining, in the same street, occupied by Cornelius Dinning; messuage, etc. in Plymouth, near the New Key, occupied by Benjamin Dinning; messuage etc. near the New Key occupied by William Hoare; messuage, etc. in street at back of Old Marshalsea, occupied by Robert Matthewes; messuage, etc. near the Hoe, occupied by Thomas Yeo; messuage, etc. in Cohneres Lane, occupied by Nathaniel Deeble, Richard Burthogg and others; messuage., brewhouse, garden, etc. in street leading to Southside Key, occupied by Anna Gubbes; close called Martynes Parke, near Catdown, occupied by Thomas Salmon; two closes near Penny Lane, late occupied by John Bennett; tenement called Kempes Tenement in King's Tamerton in St. Budeaux, occupied by Thomas Kemp; plot of ground called Redmoores Green in Plymouth, occupied by Jane Redmore, widow; plot of ground, the New Burying Place; in Plymouth, occupied by the Mayor and Commonalty; annuity of £8 payable out of lands of the Mayor and Commonalty; messuage, etc. in Plymouth, near Frankfort, occupied by Edward Wodes; messuage, etc. at the Great Tree in Plymouth, occupied by Grace Aller, widow; messuage; etc. near the Island House, in Plymouth, occupied by James Yonge, surgeon; messuage, etc. called Butleres, in Brixton, occupied by --- Brooking and others; messuage, etc. called Yempson, in Plympton St. Mary, occupied by Robert Winston; messuage, etc. called Goodamore in the same, occupied by William Avent; barton, farm, etc. called Cleve in St. Thomas the Apostle, occupied by Robert Gubbes; messuage, etc. in St. Edmund upon the Bridge, Exeter, occupied by George Leach; messuages, etc. in Exe Island, in the same, occupied by William Higson, John Endicott and others; and all other messuages and lands of the late John Gubbes.
Robert Gubbes of Exeter, Esq., Anna Gubbes of Plymouth, widow, and Margaret Gubbes of Plymouth, spinster, only sister and heir of John Gubbes of Exeter, deceased, to George Leach of Exeter, gentleman, and Edward Crosse of the same, grocer, on trust., in part for Anna Gubbes for life and then for Margaret Gubbes for life and then to the heirs of her body, failing whom to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to the heirs of his body, failing whom to the heirs of Margaret Gubbes; in part of Margaret Gubbes for life, then to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to John Gubbes, his son and heir apparent, etc. and as to the remainder, to Robert Gubbes for life, and then to John Gubbes, his son, etc.

[no title]  107/124  13 October 1688

Contents:
Copy of mortgage: lease for 1000 years of messuage, etc. called Cleeve or Cliffe in St. Thomas the Apostle, late of Zenobia Mallett, now of Robert Gubbes, with messuages and lands belonging thereto; marsh, 20 acres, of Robert Gubbes; two closes near Stonehouse Lane --- Staresmore; messuage, etc., late of James Yonge; messuage etc., of Phillip Wilcockes; messuage, etc. of --- Orchard, widow; messuage, etc. of Benjamin Denham; messuage, etc. of --- Pring; messuage, etc; of --- Bothogg; two closes of John Belew; messuage etc. of --- Wood, butcher, deceased; messuage etc. near the Great Tree; all in Plymouth; messuage, etc. in Kings Tamerton and St. Budeaux; of --- Collinges; messuages and lands in Buttleres and Brixton; two messuages in Whitchurch and Plympton St. Mary; three messuages etc. in Exe Island, in St. Edmund upon the bridge, Exeter.
Robert Gubbes of St. Thomas the Apostle, Esq. (and Margaret Gubbes of the same, spinster and Thomas Northmore of the same, gentleman, at his request) to John Short of Kenn, fuller.
Consideration: £1000

[no title]  107/125  14 January 1690/1

Contents:
Recital of appointment as trustees of his will, dated 23 October 1688, by Robert Gubbs of Cleave, Esq., of Benjamin Olliver, William Symons and Thomas Northmore of St. Thomas the Apostle, gentlemen, Benjamin Hingstone of Plymouth, merchant, and Mary Gubbs, the wife of the testator.
Quitclaim of the estate of Robert Gubbs.
Benjamin Olliver and William Symons to the other trustees, because of their age, indisposition, etc.

[no title]  107/126  28 January 1690/1

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Mary Gubbs of St. Thomas the Apostle, widow to James Yonge of Plymouth Surgeon.

[no title]  107/127  29 January 1690/1

Contents:
Quitclaim of two messuages etc. in Plymouth, on south of Vintry Street, on north of New Kay, on west of way to New Kay, and on east of lands of Philipp Andrew, merchant, occupied by James Yonge and Richard Dimminge, erected on two cellars called the Long Cellar and the Roode cellar; and three other messuages, formerly two messuages, in Plymouth, over a cellar, formerly the lands of Edward Cock, merchant, deceased, then of Hill now of Allen, on the east of Haynes his Lane, leading from Southside Street to Greyfriars Street, adjoining lands formerly of heirs of Edward Cock, now of Hill, on east; lands formerly of Edward Cock, now of John Munyon, merchant, on north; lands of Hill on south; occupied by Robert South, Edward Bovey, and Charles Vincent.
Mary Gubbs of St. Thomas the Apostle, widow, Thomas Northmore of the same, gentleman, and Benjamin Hingston of Plymouth, merchant, to James Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon.
Consideration £384

[no title]  107/128  3 February 1690/1

Contents:
Receipt for £384, purchase money for two messuages etc. in Plymouth (as above). Mary Gubbs, Thomas Northmore and Benjamin Hingston, to James Yonge.

[no title]  107/129  23 June 1716

Contents:
Recital of lease for 21 years from the death of Nicholas Hele (who died February 1699) by the Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth to John Lanyon of Plymouth, merchant, of three messuages, lately erected, with curtilage, in Plymouth, on north of Catt Street, adjoining Batter Street on east, lands of Jonathan Sparke, Esq. on north, and lands of Drake on west, dated 3 May, 22 Charles II (1670).
And of assignment of lease finally to Richard Opie of Plymouth, grocer.
And of will of Richard Opie, dated 18 September 1713, bequeathing part of the premises to Jane Opie, his daughter, and appointing Richard Opie of Plymouth, grocer, his son, as executor.
Assignment of the lease.
Richard Opie and Jane Opie to James Yonge of Plymouth, physician.
Consideration: £30 2s to Richard Opie
5s to Jane Opie

[no title]  107/130  11 August 1713

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage: lease for 1000 years of messuage etc. late occupied by Richard Sayre, at Upton in South Milton; cottage etc. adjoining, called Williams's Coate; messuage, late of Edward Screech, at Upton in South Milton; close called the close by Didwell Yeate or Hillpark, 2 acres, late part of tenement formerly occupied by John Hill, afterwards by Christopher Acrenly and Nicholas Trowt, in South Milton adjoining lands late of John Carew, Esq., deceased, then of Sir Nicholas Morrice, baronet, on south and west, lands late of John Hingston, gentleman, then of Thomas Stephens, gentleman, on north, and way from Didwell to South Milton Church on east.
Thomas Cornish of Onamouth in Thurlestone, gentleman, and William Horrell of Plymouth, merchant, mortgagees, by direction of John Avent of South Milton, gentleman, mortgagor, and Nicholas Perden of Plymouth, merchant, and Wilmot, his wife (the daughter of Walter Avent of South Milton, deceased, and sister of John Avent), to James Yonge of Plymouth, physician.
Quitclaim of equity of redemption of the same, and of mortgage, lease for 1000 years, of another messuage, etc. in Upton, South Milton, late of Walter Avent, deceased, formerly purchased --- Fell, now of John Avent.
John Advent to James Yonge.
Consideration £600 to Cornish and Horell.
£200 to John Avent.

[no title]  107/131  28 March 1718

(A large part of the second sheet has been cut away)

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage: lease for 1000 years of messuages and lands (as above); and other messuages and lands which Deborah Sayre of South Milton, deceased, granted to William Avent, father of John Avent.
James Yonge of Plymouth, physician, mortgagee, by direction of John Avent of South Milton, gentleman, to John Harris of Stadbury, gentleman.
Consideration £800

[no title]  107/132  Proved 25 October 1721

Contents:
Probate of will of James Yonge of Plymouth, physician, dated 11 July 1721.
£200 to Johanna Harris, his daughter, widow of Samuell Harris, together with forgiveness of various debts.
£200 to Elizabeth Harris, his grand-daughter.
£300 each to Lucretia and Joanna Harris, his grand-daughters.
Annuity of £40 and new house in Plymouth, in a street leading from Southside Kay to the Old Marshalls, adjoining house occupied by the said Joanna Harris, to Jane, his daughter, for life.
£1000 to Catharine Yonge, his daughter.
Gold watch, etc,. to Mary, wife of his son, James Yonge,
New house near New Kay in Plymouth to Joanna Harris for life, and then to Joanna Harris, his grand-daughter.
£20 to Joanna Burton, his sister.
Mourning rings to Joane Yonge, his sister in law and William and James Yonge, her sons, and others.
Messuages and lands to James Yonge, his son.

[no title]  107/133  24 & 25 August 1722

Contents:
Lease and release of moiety of: messuages and lands called Landsend, Landsendwood and Birchment, 510 acres in Colebrooke, late occupied by John Brutton, gentleman; cottage in Torr, Newton Ferrers, late occupied by Henry Pollexfen, gentleman; decayed cottage in town of Newton Ferrers, late occupied by Daniel Hare; and other messuages and lands, late of William Uppeton or John Uppeton, his son; capital messuage, etc., called Combe, in Holbeton; tenements etc. called Tayle Yeate, Portaway Headde or Tobacco Parke, Barnparke, Blindwell, Squares Tenement and Greenparke, all in Holbeton, late occupied by William Tumbles, Andrew Wortham, Robert Bawden, Paul Baker, Richard Algar, and others.
James Yonge of Plymouth, Esq., son, heir and executor of James Yonge the elder of Plymouth, to Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch, but now of Plymouth, spinster.
Consideration: lease and release of Puslinch, and 5s.

[no title or date]  107/134

Contents:
Counterpart of the above release.

[no title]  107/135  24&25 August 1722

Contents:
Lease and release of moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, with its appurtenances.
Elizabeth Upton, late of Puslinch, now of Plymouth, to James Yonge of Plymouth, Esq., son, heir and executor of James Yonge the elder of Plymouth, physician.
Consideration: quitclaim of other mortgaged properties and £142 10s.

Gill's Wood in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/136  2 January 1728/9

Contents:
Draft letter from James Yonge to John Mackay, mathematician, at the Upper end of Haymarket, Westminster, concerning price asked for Gill's Wood.

[no title]  107/137  6 & 7 June 1729


Related information: (see PWDRO 107/50)

Contents:
Lease and release of moiety of trees growing on a wood or piece of ground called Gills Wood, in Newton Ferrers.
Rt. Hon. Peregrine Hyde, Lord Osborn, Baron of Kiveton, commonly called Marquis of Carmarthen, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Consideration: £50
Enclosed: Note "A release of Gills Land in Ashcombe, 1732, from Gill to Jas. Yonge, & lease of do. for one year, was taken from this packet & sent to the office".

ADVOWSON OF NEWTON FERRERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/138  3 September 1729

Contents:
Power of attorney to receive £1000 purchase money from James Yonge for advowson of Newton Ferrers.
Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, to James Rocke of London, goldsmith.

[no title]  107/139  3 September 1729

Contents:
Bargain and sale of advowson of Newton Ferrers, with appurtenances, Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Consideration: £1000

[no title]  107/140  5 September 1729

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds concerning the advowson of Newton Ferrers.
Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.

[no title]  107/141  1684/5-1729

Contents:
Abstract of title of the Duke of Leeds to the advowson of Newton Ferrers, with opinion of Nathaniel Pigot of the Middle Temple upon the soundness of the title.

MANOR OF PUSLINCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/142  16 March 1684/5

Contents:
Copy of confirmation of messuage, barton and lands called Battisborrow; Howna Mills in Holbeton, occupied by Sir Nicholas Slanning, Knight of the Bath, being part of the jointure of Lady Amey Slanning, his wife, late wife of Walter Hele, Esq., deceased; rectory of Bridgerule in Devon and Cornwall, occupied by Sampson Hele the elder, and advowson of the same; messuage, etc. called Newcott in Bridgerule, Cornwall, of John Upright, yeoman; messuage, etc. called Preston in Newton Ferrers, of Sampson Hele the younger, being the jointure of Dorothy, his wife; capital messuage, etc. called Gnaton, in Newton Ferrers, of Sampson Hele the elder; three messuages or cottages in Gnaton, called Gnaton, of Sampson Hele the elder; tenement and farm called Bickford in Newton Ferrers, of Sampson Hele the elder; capital messuage, etc. of Halwell or Halwill and Yearna-combe in South Pool and Stokenham, of Sampson Hele the elder, subject to annuity of £50 to Lady Amey Slanning; messuage etc. called Court Tenement or Pounds Tenement in South Pool and Chivelstone, of Sampson Hele the elder; barton, farm, etc. called Torr, in Charleton, of Sir Nicholas Slanning, part of jointure of Lady Amey Slanning; manor of Southpool; advowson of Southpool; manor of Newton Ferrers; advowson of Newton Ferrers; manor of Battisborough in Holbeton; manor of Pusnage or Postlinch in Newton Ferrers; other manors, messuages and lands in Newton Ferrers, Holbeton, Ermington, Yealmpton, Brixton, Wembury, South Pool, Stokenham, Ugborough, North Huish, Charleton, Harberton, West Alvington, Revelstoke, Chivelstone, Holsworthy, Hartland and Bridgerule, in Devon and Cornwall.
Sampson Hele the elder of Halwill in South Pool, Esq., to Thomas Bampfield of the Middle Temple, London, Esq., Thomas Reynell of Ogwell, John Coppleston of Bowden in Yealmpton, Esq., John Bond of Grays Inn, Middlesex, Esq. and Richard Langworthy of Hatch-Arrundle in Loddiswell, Esq. on trusts, as follows:
As to rectory and advowson of Bridgerule; messuage called Newcott in Bridgerule; tenement called Wood in Ugborough, lately bought by Mathew Hele, Esq., deceased, brother of Sampson Hele the elder, from John Hele of Wisdome (in Cornwood), deceased, late of George Pitt, clerk, then of Humphrey Coppleston, gentleman; two closes, Waterman, in Ugborough, 3 acres, lately bought by Mathew Hele from Adam Strode of Ugborough, gentleman; tenement etc. in Crecombe in Holbeton, lately bought by Mathew Hele from Henry Murford of London, goldsmith, and John Cole of Aveton Gifford, gentleman, late of Alice Cole, widow; close, Swine Hay or Swynaparke; close, Cotlyesparke; close, Pastures Parke; close, Twelve Acres or Nine Acres; close, Winkly Park; close, Crooked Parke; close, Furzhill; meadow, Halswell Meadow, with coppice, 20 acres; late part of a tenement called Halswell in Newton Ferrers, late of John Cole of Chivelstone, gentleman, and purchased from him and from Richard, his son, by Mathew Hele; to the use of Sampson Hele the elder.
As to messuage, etc. of Preston in Newton Ferrers; to the use of Dorothy, wife of Sampson Hele the younger, for life, and then of Sampson Hele the younger for life, and then to their sons in order.
As to messuage, etc. of Gnaton, three messuages called Gnaton, and tenement etc. called Bickford; to the use of Sampson Hele the younger for life, and then to his sons in order.
As to messuage, etc. of Battisborough; Howna Mills; and barton, etc, of Torr; to the use of Lady Amey Slanning for life, and then of Sampson Hele the elder for life, and then of Sampson Hele the younger for life, and then to his sons in order.
As to capital messuage of Halwell and Yearnacombe; messuage etc. called Court Tenement or Pounds Tenement, to the use of Sampson Hele the elder for life, and then of Mary, his wife, for life, and then of Sampson Hele the younger for life, and then to his sons in order.
As to manors of Newton Ferrers, Battisborough and Pusnage, advowson of Newton Ferrers and South Pool, and the remainder of the messuages and lands, to Sampson Hele the elder for life, with right to raise money from them, and then to Sampson Hele the younger, for life, and then, subject to the right of the trustees to raise money on them, to his sons in order.
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  107/143  26 February 1728/9-13 June 1730

Contents:
Correspondence between James Yonge, Esq. and the Duke of Leeds, and John Mackay, James Trymmer of Albemarle Street, London, and J. Whishaw of Cursitor's Alley, London, agents for the Duke, concerning the purchase by James Yonge of the manor of Puslinch and the advowson of Newton Ferrers.
(Eleven letters)

[no title]  107/144  Octave of Purification, 3 George II (1729/30)

Contents:
Copy of indenture of fine concerning manors of Newton Ferrers and Puslinch, 80 messuages, 30 cottages, a mill, a dovecote, 100 gardens, 100 orchards, 1000 acres land, 150 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture, 30 acres wood, 80 acres furze and heath, and common of pasture, in Newton Ferrers, Holbeton, Yealmpton, Wembury, Revelstoke, Ugborough, Charlton and Ermington.
Arthur Stert, Esq. James Trymmer, Esq., and James Rocke, quer; Peregrine Hide, Duke of Leeds, and Juliana, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/145  27 & 28 March 1730

Contents:
Copy of lease, and release of manors or reputed manors of Newton Ferrers and Puslinch; land called Saffron Park, and Crispins Cottage, in Revelstoke; tenements and lands in Newton Ferrers and Holbeton, called Brownson and Burrough Tenements; and Halwill or Halwell in Newton Ferrers; and other messuages and lands in Newton Ferrers, Revelstoke, Yealmpton and Wembury (except meadow and pasture called Oake Park and John Well Close, 13 acres, in Newton Ferrers, and advowson of Newton Ferrers).
John Ward of the Inner Temple, London, Esq., and John Simpson of London, goldsmith, mortgagees, by direction of Peregrine Hide, Duke of Leeds, mortgagor, to Arthur Stert of Membland (in Holbeton), Esq.
Consideration, £11,000 to Ward and Simpson
£2,105 to the Duke of Leeds

[no title]  107/146  28 March 1730

Contents:
Copy of bargain and sale of manor or reputed manor of Newton Ferrers, with appurtenances (except meadow or pasture, 13 acres, called Oake Park and John Well Close, occupied by Thomas Prideaux); Saffron Park, 11/2 acres, in Revelstoke, occupied by Widow Nicholls; capital messuage, etc., Gnaton, in Newton Ferrers, occupied by William Roe; messuages and lands called Preston and Bickford in Newton Ferrers; farm, Crispins Cottage, in Revelstoke; Newton Mills; Newton Coppice with a cottage, occupied by Richard Martin; cottage of Edith Skinner; cottage of Nicholas Mumford; Browns Cottage, of Stephen Holman; four decayed cottages; farm, Crebers, of John Crispin; farm, Clanicombe, of John Crispin; farm, Dillons, of John Crispin; farm, Barnicott Tenement, of John Barnicott; Holditch's Cottage, of Richard Holdich; farm, Elliotts Tenement, of Edward Elliott; farm, Lambside Tenement; ground, called Hodges Quilate, of Francis Kingston; farms, Strodes Tenement or Hingston Higher Tenement, and Sipperins Tenement or Hingstons Lower Tenement, of Francis Hingston; farm, Weddicomb's Tenement, of George Dunn; farm, Symes's Tenement, of Arthur Sheppard; farm, Lolsbury Tenement, of John Treby; farm, Saunders Cottage, of Andrew Saunders; farm, Kennisons Cottage, of Elizabeth Kennison; farm, Taylors Cottage, of Agnes Taylor; decayed farm, Tuckers Cottage; farm, Sextons Tenement; farm, Salmons Tenement, of Edward Brooking; farm, Oakes Tenement, of John Oake; all in Newton Ferrers; closes, Brownson and Burrough's Tenements, in Newton Ferrers and Holbeton; tenement, part of Halswell, of Mathew Hele: farm, late Crispins Tenement, now Bakers Tenement; farm, Loanes Tenement, consisting of a house, quillate and orchard; farm, Bakers Third Tenement, consisting of two stables, orchard, garden, etc; all in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Joseph Baker; farm, Taylors Cottage and Quillate, and decayed farm, Taylors Second Cottage, in Newton Ferrers, of Jeremiah Taylor; Weeks Cottage of James Drew; Hatches Cottage of William Pope; Princes Cottage of Joan Browning; Penwills Cottage, now ruinous; Adams Cottage, also ruinous; Stephens Cottage, also ruinous; all in Newton Ferrers.
Manor or reputed manor of Puslinch with appurtenances; farm, Two Crosses; farm, Gloynes Tenement; farm, Walkes Tenement, of Frederick Walke; farm, Gee's Tenement, of Nicholas Gee; farm, Coombe Tenement, of John Coombe; farm, Courtis's Tenement, of George Courtis; farm, Dunns Cottage, of Andrew Dunn; farm, Ashcombe Tenement, of Robert Brooking; farm, Bodbury Tenement, of Robert Brooking; farm, Dunns Tenement by Ashcombe, late of John Hamblin, now of Andrew Dunn; farm, Rowtarr Tenement, of Amy Harding; farm, Barts Tenement, of John Edwards; farm, late Kennisons Tenement, now Dunns Tenement, of Martin Dunn; farm, Hardings Tenement, of --- Fox; farm, Bears Tenement by Ashcombe; farm, Heards Tenement, of Robert Brooking; Gees Cottage; all in Newton Ferrers; farm, Rosdew's Tenement; farm, Ambroses Tenement; farm, Walk's Tenement, of Gertrude Walk; two farms, of Humphry Jetsome; farm, Bonds Tenement, of Widow Edwards; farm, Avents Tenement, of Nicholas Avent; Ales Cottage in Dunston, of Stephen Ale; piece of ground of Thomas Crispin; Clouters Cottage, of John Clouter; all in Yealmpton; farm, Leys Tenement, in Wembury, of Jacob Ley.
Peregrine Hide, Duke of Leeds, and Juliana, his wife, to Arthur Stert of Membland (in Holbeton) Esq.
Covenant to levy fine to Arthur Stert, James Trymmer of Wimbledon, Surrey, and James Rocke of London, goldsmith, of the above premises, and of closes called Vartars, of John Gullett; field, Huggons, of the same; farm, Crookers Tenement; farm, Owley's Tenement; field, Ley Park; farm, Gillingers Tenement, of Philip Morsey or Mosea; farm, Watermans Tenement, of John Soper; two farms and two closes, of the same; farm Hugdons Tenement, of the same; two farms and two closes of Francis Hodder; farm, Foxhole, of Edward Damerell; farm, of John Rogers; cottage, of the same; farm, Honour Down, late of Thomas Tuckerman, now of --- Jutsham; farm, of Elizabeth Kelley; farm with three closes, of Matthew Soper; farm of John Gullett; farm, Hillhead, of John Dunning; farm, Deer Parks, of Thomas Scoble; farm, of Arthur Prideaux; farm, East Dunwell, of Francis Hele; two farms of John Edwards; all in Ugborough; farm, Cutland, of Peter Ryder; farm, Slands and Devershill, of Peter Ryder; farm, Torr, of Joshua Weymouth; farm, Bickfords Tenement, of Richard Bickford; all in Charlton; farm, Leys Tenement, of Robert Coad; farm, Fortescue Tenement, of John Crimes; both in Ermington.
To the use, as to the premises bargained and sold, of Arthur Stert, and as to the remainder, of James Trymmer and James Rocke, on trust to sell them to satisfy the residue of a mortgage debt by the Duke of Leeds to John Ward and John Simpson, and to pay the rest to the said Duke.
Consideration. £13,105 from Arthur Stert.
5s from Trymmer and Rocke.

[no title]  107/147  14 & 15 August 1730

Contents:
Lease and release of manor or reputed manor of Pusnage or Postlinch, and messuages, farms and lands belonging thereto in Newton Ferrers, as listed above.
Arthur Stert of Membland (in Holbeton), Esq., to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Consideration: £2,200

[no title]  107/148  5 August 1730

Contents:
Power of attorney to receive rents etc. of manor of Puslinch, on the sale of the manor to him.
Arthur Stert of Membland, Esq. to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.

[no title]  107/149  25 March 1732

Contents:
Assignment of leases granted by John Elford of Longstone, Devon, Esq., of messuages, lands and tenements called Goore or Kingshill in Brixton.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to John Edmonds of Brixton, gentleman.
Consideration: £150 9s 2d.

[no title]  107/150  21 & 22 July 1732

Contents:
Lease and release of tenement in Ashcombe, Newton Ferrers, called Gills Land, late of Humfry Harding of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, deceased, now of Robert Brooking of the same, yeoman.
William Gill of Dean Prior, yeoman, to James Yonge of Puslinch.
Consideration: £115

[no title]  107/151  1685-1762

Contents:
Abstract of deeds relating to Stokenham Rectory, mortgaged by Susanna Nelson and Anne Hawley, at the request of Norton Nelson, Esq., to James Yonge, by a deed dated 20 October 1732.
1685-1732
On dorse: note of assignment of the mortgage with additional charge, etc. to Robert Lake, 1762.

MOIETY OF THE TITHES OF HOLBETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/152  6 January 1732/3-15 July 1734

Contents:
Correspondence between James Yonge, Esq., and William Dyer, Esq. of Chelsea, James Legassicke of Modbury, agent for James Yonge, and H. Coplestone of Modbury, agent for William Dyer, concerning the purchase by James Yonge of three sixths of the tithes of Holbeton.
(Twenty letters)

[no title]  107/153  September 1733-December 1734

Contents:
Account of James Legassicke for legal services to James Yonge and Arthur Stert.

[no title]  107/154  --- 1737

Contents:
Power of attorney to collect tithes of Holbeton, lately purchased of William Dyer, Esq. and others.
Arthur Stert of Membland (in Holbeton,), Esq. and James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to ---
(Not executed)

[no title]  107/155  6 May 1737-12 August 1740

Contents:
Correspondence between James Yonge and Arthur Stert of London concerning the division of the tithes of Holbeton between them.
(Seven letters)

[no title]  107/156  26 June 1738

Contents:
Lease for a year (preparatory to release) of field, one acre, in Plymouth, on west of lane leading from the Hospital to the West Hoe, occupied by Abraham Talluran. James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to Richard Vincent of St. Stephen by Saltash, yeoman.

[no title]  107/157  31 August 1747

Contents:
Lease for forty years of tithes of: barton of Puslinch; tenement called Redberrys, late occupied by John Brooking, yeoman; Dunns Tenement, Beer's Tenement and Ashcombe Meadow, occupied by John Hamlyn, yeoman; all in Newton Ferrers, the Property of James Yonge; close called Parsons Headon, part of the glebe lands, the property of William Williams.
Rev. William Williams, clerk, rector of Newton Ferrers, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Rent: £21 15s p.a. 15 March 1740
Memorandum of lease for fifty years of tithes of tenement called Great Ashcombe, the property of John Yonge.
William Williams to John Yonge, executor of James Yonge, at additional rent of £2 13s p.a.

[no title]  107/158  9 August 1745

Contents:
Lease for 15 years of parsonage house of Newton Ferrers (except the kitchen chamber, the study and the chamber between them), barns, stables, etc. (except Butler's Barn and the orchard behind the Great Barn) and all the other glebe, the Ash Plot, Swine's Close, Felwell, Crosspark, Quarrypark, the three Hewdens, the little meadow, the Comb, the Long Brake or Hill over the Comb, New Park, Broad Park, now in two parts, Little Park, Catharine Park, and Ashcombe Meadow or Orchard; 60 acres in all.
Rev. William Williams, Rector of Newton Ferrers, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Rent: £60 p.a.

[no title]  107/159  19 & 20 November 1745

Contents:
Lease and release of capital messuage of Puslinch; manor or reputed manor of Pusnage or Postlinch with lands in Newton Ferrers and Yealmpton; farm, Two Crosses; farm, Gloynes Tenement; farm, Walkes Tenement, late of Frederick Walke; farm, Combe Tenement, of John Coombe; farm, Courtis's Tenement, of George Courtis; farm, Dunns Cottage, of Andrew Dunn; farm, Ashcombe Tenement, of Robert Brooking; farm, Bodbury or Redbury Tenement, of the same; farm, Dunns Tenement by Ashcombe, of John Hamblin, late of Andrew Dunn; farm, Rowtarr Tenement, of Amy Harding; farm, Barts Tenement or Burts Tenement, of John Edwards; farm, Kennisons Tenement or Dunns Tenement, of Martyn Dunn; farm, Hardings Tenement, of --- Fox; farm, Bears Tenement by Ashcombe; farm, Heards Tenement, of Robert Brooking; Gees Cottage; Gills Tenement, of John Brooking; advowson of Newton Ferrers.
Fields called Cockram Parks and Yonges Land, 18 acres, with barn and orchard, near Lipson in Compton Gifford, of James Denham, butcher; cottage adjoining, of William Collings; two messuages in Plymouth on south of Vintry Street, on north of New Key, on west of way from New Key, and on east of lands, late of Philip Andrew, merchant, now of Elias Throp and Margaret Bunner; house, etc. in St. Andrews Street, Plymouth, late of James Yonge, Esq. deceased, now of Mary and Maria Fortescue, spinsters; messuage, etc. in Castle Street, Plymouth, of Mary Moore and others; three tenements in Plymouth, in Pins Lane, of John Yonge, --- Pomeroy and Jane Wiseman; palace and garden, formerly a decayed messuage and ruinous walls in New Street, Plymouth, late of Robert Morshead of Plymouth, blockmaker, deceased, now of John Morshead, merchant, his son; three tenements in Castle Street, Plymouth, with a garden, of Joseph Howell of Plymouth, house-carpenter; two plots called Colwells Eirish or Way Fields, 3 acres, with a barn, near the Old Mills in Plymouth, late of Thomas Waddon Esq., then of Nathaniel Smith, butcher, now of Dorrill Crabb; fulling mills and paper mills near Stonehouse Lake in Plymouth, late of Thomas Waddon, now of Elizabeth Robinson, widow; messuage and tanyard adjoining, late of Thomas Waddon, now of John Lewis Tanner; piece of land in the Lower Vawter, Plymouth, in landscore with lands of Sir John Hele, knight, late of Thomas Waddon, then of Richard Netherton of Plymouth, shipwright, deceased, now of John Julian, yeoman.
Moiety of greater tithes of Holbeton arising from farm, Combe; closes, Smithwell, Burrellscombe, Wood and Vickars Parks, late of George Fortescue, Esq, deceased, now of John Tarring, yeoman; moiety of farm, Carswell, late of George Fortescue, now of Thomas Prideaux; tenement late Burgesses, containing three closes, Fire Beacons, Blindwell and land on Fire Beacon, adjoining way to Pamflete, late of George Fortescue and Paul Baker, now of John Tarring; three tenements called Hole in Holbeton, late of John and Jane Prideaux and Thomas Brant, now of William Kersewell; tenement, Brownswell, late of Arthur Coplesone, gentleman, now of Digory Denbow; close, Tobacco Park or Portaway Head, late, of Andrew Worthum, now of John Algar; close, Shepheares Close, near Tayle Yeat, late of --- Shepheard, deceased, then of Richard Squire, now of John Algar; close, Barn Park, one acre, late of Robert Bawdey, now of Joan Crispin, widow; tenement, Portaway Head, late of Andrew Hele, now of Walter Worthum; tenement, Crewcombe in Holbeton, late of Thomas Phillipps, now of John Hamlyn, tenement in Luson, Holbeton, of Thomas Prideaux; close, Green Park, late of Arthur Coplesone, now of Robert Roe; tenement in Schorscombe, and closes called Langdeale and Wandons, late of Josias and William Hingston, Sarah Hingston, widow, and John Hingston, her son, now of William Ley and Samuel Hingston; tenement, Tayle Yeat, late of Mary Stumbles, widow, and William Stumbles, her son, now of John Horswell; tenement near Holbeton Town, late of Edward Horswell, deceased, then of Eleanor Heal and Bartholomew Scobell, now of John Milman; tenement in Luson, late of William Brewsen the younger, now of Agnes Algar, widow; tenements in Holbeton Town and Ford, late of Robert Bawden, now of Andrew Bawden and Robert Bawden; two tenements in Ford, late of Thomas Hill, and the assigns of Nicholas Penny, deceased, now of Mary Hill, widow, John Tarring, John Coyte, Agnes Algar and Thomas Phillips; closes, part of tenement called Easton, late of Robert Bawden, Edward Sullock, Francis Stidston and George Peach, now of Andrew Bawden, Nicholas Gee, Robert Peach and Lyonell Bawden; tenement near Pamflete Lane, late of William Voysey, now of John Tarring; tenement in Schorscombe, late of John Hingston, now of Courtenay Croker, Esq; two closes called Schorscombe Parks, late of Joan Bury, widow, and Samuell Jutsham, now of Mary Worthum, widow; farm, Memland, late of Arthur Champernowne, Esq. deceased, now of Arthur Stert, Esq; land belonging to the Barton of Membland, late of Richard Anthony, now of William Pyke, Nicholas Trist and Browse Trist, Esqs; tenements, Higher Burrough and Lower Burrough, and tenement in Mothecombe, late of Andrew Friend, gentleman, and Jane Friend, widow, his mother, now of Bridget Friend and Ann Foot, widow of William Foot; tenement in Lambside, late of William Knight, now of Joseph Baker; tenement, Bridgend, late of John Skinner, now of Arthur Stert; tenement in Lambside, late of William Holman, now of John Ward; tenement, Horestone, late of William Brooking, now of John Brooking; tenement in Luson, late of Richard Algar, Grace Hingston, widow, and Walter Hingston, her son, now of Agnes Algar; tenement in Holbeton Town, late of John Bole, then of Paul Baker, now of Joan Bole; tenement in Alston in Holbeton, late of John Clark, now of Mary, widow of John Port; close, Saffron Park, near Holbeton Town, late of George Peach, now of Samuell Hele; tenement, Fursdon, closes, Cross Park and Bush Park, and three closes called the Mandons, late of Anthony Penhay, now of Honor Penhay and Walter Worthum; three pieces of land on Fire Beacon, late of John Fortescue, Esq. and Mary Friend, now of James Yonge, Elizabeth Upton and Robert Peach; tenement in Crewcombe, late of Alice Hawkins, widow, deceased, then of Anthony Penhay and Walter Hamlyn, now of Edward Pyke; tenement in Holbeton Town, late of Andrew Worthum and Philip Cruft, now of Walter Worthum; tenement, Hingscote and close, Marks Park, late of Andrew Worthum, now of Walter Worthum; tenement in Torr, Holbeton, late of Philip Cruft, now of Agnes Cruft, widow, and John Cruft, her son; quillet in Holbeton Town, late of John Chubb, now of William Facy; quillet in Green Lane, Holbeton, late of Wilmot Palmer, widow, then of John Couch, now of Thomas Crispin; land in Holbeton Town, Lapthorn Garden, late of Lawrence Lapthorn, now of William Rendall Taylor; barton, farm, etc. of Fleet Damerell, and closes near Hole Cross, late of Judith Hele, widow, now of James Bulteel, Esq; farm, Pool, late of Arthur Shean, Esq. now of Nicholas Crispin; farm in Addistone, Holbeton, Pottles Tenement, late of John Brooking, now of Walter Worthum; tenement in Addistone, late of Walter Hele, now of John Hawkins, D.D.; tenement in Holbeton Town, of Lyonell Bawden; tenement, late of Dennis Venn, clerk, now of Nicholas Windsor; closes, Crowhills, late of John Wakeham, now of Andrew Bawden; tenement in Holbeton Town, Hallen Court, late of Ambrose Rouse, gentleman, now of Agnes Algar; tenement in Efford, Holbeton, late of George Ley, gentleman, now of William Ley; close, Little Holbeton Wood, late of William Browsey the younger, now of Joan Collins, widow; tenement in Nethercombe in Holbeton, Rogers's Tenement, late of William Elliot, now of Christopher Elliot; tenement in Crewcombe, late of Christopher Rich, now of John Rich and --- Diffin; tenement in Holbeton Town, Germains Tenement, of James Hingston. All which moiety of tithes was purchased by James Yonge from William Dyer of Chelsea, Middlesex, Esq. and others.
Moiety of: cottage in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Henry Pollexfen, gentleman; decayed cottage in town of Newton Ferrers, late of Daniel Hare; capital messuage, lands, etc. of Combe, in Holbeton, of John Tarring, with tenements, Vickars Parks, Burrellscombe, Burgesses Park, Frogmear, and Smithwills, all in Holbeton; messuages and lands called Tayle Yeat, Portaway Headde or Tobacco Park, Barn Park, Blindwell, Squares Tenement and Green Park, in Holbeton, of John Algar, William Crispin, John Tarring and Thomas Phillips; messuages and lands called Landsend, Landsend Wood and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, of Waldo Calmady.
Mary Yonge of Puslinch, widow of James Yonge, Esq., and John Yonge of the same, Esq., eldest son and heir of James Yonge, to Robert Neale of the Middle Temple, London, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a recovery by Thomas Pearse of Plymouth, gentleman, to the use, as to a moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, and the messuages and lands mentioned in the last paragraph above, of Mary Yonge for life, and then to John Yonge, and as to the remainder, to the use of John Yonge.
Consideration 5s.

[no title]  107/160  nd

Contents:
Copy of the above release.

[no title]  107/161  12 February, 19 George II (1745/6)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of manor of Pusnage or Postlinch, 50 messuages, paper mill, fulling mill, 40 gardens, 400 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, £2 5s rent, and common of pasture, in Puslinch, Compton Gifford, and in the parishes of Yealmpton, Newton Ferrers, Holbeton, St. Andrew and Charles in Plymouth; rectory and advowson of Newton Ferrers; moiety of eight messuages, eight gardens, 360 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 160 acres furze and heath, and common of pasture and turbary, in Combe, Landsend, Birchment, Vicars Parks, Burlescombe, Burgesses Parks, Frogmear and Smithwills, in Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colbebrooke; moiety of third part of rectory of Holbeton; three sixth parts of tithes of Holbeton.
Thomas Pearse the younger, gentleman, pet; Robert Neale, gentleman, deforc. Mary Yonge, widow, and John Yonge, Esq., vouchees. Edmund Wilson, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas in fragments)

[no title]  107/162  16 September 1850

Contents:
Letter from Edward Jago of Plymouth to --- asking him to produce the lease and release and the recovery dated 1745 (as above).

Wills of James Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/163  6 February 1745/6

Contents:
Probate of will of James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., dated 20 July 1745.
£100 to his wife, together with use of half of newly built house called Puslinch.
£500 each to William, Charles, George, Samuel and Thomas, his sons. £600 to Elizabeth, his daughter.
Estates to be sold or let to pay for the education, etc. of his children.
Lands and tenements to John, his eldest son, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom, to William, etc.
Proved at Totnes

[no title or date]  107/164

Contents:
Copy of the above will

[no title or date]  107/165

Contents:
Copy of the above will

[no title]  107/166  10 April 1746

Contents:
Case and opinion of John Belfield of London concerning the interpretation of the will of James Yonge.

[no title]  107/167  12 November 1760

Contents:
Case and opinion of J. Withalen (?) of Lincolns Inn concerning legacies under the will of James Yonge, Esq.

Marriage of John Yonge and Elizabeth Duke  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/168  28 & 29 July 1746

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., and Elizabeth Duke of Colaton Raleigh, spinster, a daughter of Dorothy Duke of the same, widow.
Lease and release of manor of Puslinch in Newton Ferrers and Yealmpton; farm, Two Crosses, etc. (as in first paragraph of PWDRO 107/159 above), all being parts of the manor of Puslinch; advowson of Newton Ferrers; capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, late of James Yonge, Esq., deceased; moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, etc. (as in last paragraph of PWDRO 107/159 above).
Mary Yonge of Puslinch, widow, and John Yonge of the same, Esq., to Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh in Plympton St. Mary, Esq., Joshua Worth of High Bickington, clerk, Edmond Walrond of Exeter, doctor of physic, and Elizabeth Harris of Radford, Devon, widow, upon trust, as to moiety of messuage of Puslinch and property in Holbeton and Colebrooke, for Mary Yonge for life, and from her death, and as to the other moiety and the remainder of the property, to the use of John Yonge for life, and then, as to the other moiety of the messuage of Puslinch, to the use of Elizabeth Duke for life, and from her death, and as to the remainder of the property, to the trustees for 500 years, in trust for the children of the marriage, etc.
Lease for 99 years or one life of messuage and tanyard in Plymouth, near the fulling and paper mills of John Yonge, late of Thomas Waddon, now occupied by John Lewis Tanner; and moiety of tithes of Holbeton, arising from certain lands; and a moiety of all the other tithes of Holbeton.
John Yonge to the same trustees, during the life of Elizabeth Duke, on trust to pay from the profits of that and other property an annuity of £63 to Elizabeth Duke after the death of her husband, etc.
Consideration.. 5s to Mary Yonge and John Yonge
5s to John Yonge

[no title]  107/169  28 & 29 July 1746

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of John Yonge and Elizabeth Duke.
Lease and release of fourth part of messuage, etc. in Colaton Raleigh, the possession of Dorothy Duke; and of rents from the manor of Otterton; of the tithes of Otterton; of messuages and lands in Nymet Rowland; all the property of Robert Duke brother of Elizabeth Duke, before his death; of messuage, etc. in Bradninch, late of James Maunder; of messuage in Nymet Rowland, of William Hopkins; and other messuages and lands, late of Robert Duke, in Otterton, Bicton, Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh and Nymet Rowland.
Elizabeth Duke, with consent of John Yonge, to Elizabeth Harris or Radford (in Plymstock), widow, Edmund Walrond of Exeter, doctor of physic, Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh in Plympton St. Mary, Esq., and Joshua Worth of High Bickington, clerk, on trust, as to messuages, rents, tithes and lands specified, to sell them in their discretion and pay off incumbrances upon the manor of Puslinch, and pay the remainder to John Yonge, and as to the other property unspecified, in trust for John Yonge for life, then for Elizabeth Duke for life, and then for her heirs.
Assignment of legacies of, £200, £200 and £100 under the will of Richard Duke of Otterton, Esq., her uncle, and her share in £5000 under the will of Robert Duke of Otterton, Esq., her brother.
Elizabeth Duke, with consent of John Yonge, to the same trustees, upon trusts, as below.
Assignment of mortgage of parts of the rectory and church of Stokenham and the tithes of Stokenham and Chivelston.
John Yonge to the same trustees, upon trust, to pay off incumbrances on the manor of Puslinch, and to pay the residue to John Yonge.
Covenant by Dorothy Duke to give or bequeath to the same trustees as large a share as to any of her other daughters, on trust to raise a sum of money, etc. (as above).
Consideration. 5s each to Elizabeth Duke and John Yonge.

[no title]  107/170  20 April 1762

Archival history:
(One of two documents marked "Two documents sent by Mrs. Bruton 9th July 1853") for the other see PWDRO 107/933)

Contents:
Bond to pay £1900.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Elizabeth Harris of Radford, widow, Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq. and Joshua Worth of High Bickington, clerk, surviving trustees under marriage settlement of John Yonge and Elizabeth Duke.

[no title]  107/171  25 December 1748

Contents:
Grant of next presentation to the rectory of Newton Ferrers.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh (in Plympton St. Mary), Esq., and Joshua Worth of High Bickington, clerk, in trust to present such person as he shall nominate, during his life.

Will of John Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/172  19 December 1755

Contents:
Will of John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
£100 and use of house of Puslinch to Elizabeth, his wife, during the minority of his eldest son. £500 each to James, Duke and Charles Upton Yonge, his sons.
Manor of Puslinch and messuages and lands to Elizabeth, his wife, Charles Yonge, his brother, Joshua Worth of High Bickington, clerk, Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh in Plympton St. Mary, Esq., and Dorothy, his wife in trust to convey them to John, his eldest son, at age of 21, failing whom to his other sons and daughters in order.

[no title or date]  107/173

Contents:
Draft of the above will

[no title]  107/174  5 October 1767

Contents:
Probate of will of John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, dated 10 February 1767.
£100 to Elizabeth, his wife, provided she confirm to executors of William Gascoyne of Yealmpton, yeoman, a lease dated 28th December 1749 of a messuage and lands called Gloynes Tenement. Use of house of Puslinch with lands to his wife during the minority of John, his eldest son. £500 each to James and Duke, his sons, and Elizabeth and Dorothy Ayre, his daughters.
Manor or reputed manor of Puslinch with messuages and lands, and residue of real and personal estate, to Elizabeth, his wife, Joshua Worth of High Bickington, surgeon, Charles Yonge, Surgeon, his brother, and Thomasine, wife of Charles, Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq. and Dorothy, his wife, and Sarah and Ann Duke, his sisters-in-law, in trust for his children.
Proved at P.C.C.

[no title]  107/175  10 July 1771

Contents:
Last page of a deed concerning a will, signed by Elizabeth, Charles and Thomasin Yonge, Richard and Dorothy Doidge and Joshua Worth.

[no title]  107/176  21 April 1781

Contents:
General quitclaim of interest by Rev. Duke Yonge of Mothecombe (in Holbeton) under the will of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, his father, upon the payment to him of a legacy of £500.

[no title]  107/177  2 June 1771

Contents:
Release of the manor of Pusnage or Postlinch or Puslinch, with appurtenances, in Yealmpton and Newton Ferrers; farm, Two Crosses; farm, Gloynes Tenement; farm, Walkes Tenement, late of Frederick Walke, now of John Fowler; farm, Coombe Tenement, late of John Coombe, now of John Yonge; farm, Courtis's Tenement, late of George Courtis, now of John Algar; Dunns Cottage, late of Andrew Dunn, now of Philip Leight; farm, Ashcombe Tenement, late of Robert Brooking, now of Robert Giles; farm, Bodbury or Redbury Tenement, late of Robert Brooking, now of Elizabeth Upton; farm, Dunns Tenement by Ashcombe, late of John Hamlin, then of Andrew Dunn, now of Elizabeth Upton: farm, Row Tarr tenement, late of Amy Hearding, now of John Algar; farm, Barts or Burts Tenement, late of John Edwards, now of John Yonge: farm, Kennisons or Dunns Tenement, late of Martin Dunn, now of Philip Leight; farm, Hardings Tenement, late of --- Fox, now of John Algar; farm, Bears Tenement by Ashcombe; farm, Heards Tenement, late of Robert Brooking, now of Robert Giles; Gees Cottage; Gills Tenement in Newton Ferrers, late of John Brooking, now of John Knight; all part of the manor of Puslinch; advowson of Newton Ferrers; capital messuage of Puslinch with lands, etc. in Newton Ferrers, late of James Yonge, Esq., then of John Yonge, clerk, now of John Yonge; moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Tarring, now of Joseph Veale; of tenement, Vicars Parks; of tenements, Burlescombe, Burgesses Parks, Frogmear, and Smithwills, all in Holbeton, late of John Tarring, now of James Hingston; and of messuages, fields, etc. called Tayle Yeat, Portaway Head or Tobacco Park, Barn Park, Blindwell, Squares Tenement and Green Park, all in Holbeton, late of John Algar, William Crispin, John Herring and Thomas Phillips; and of messuages, fields, etc. called Landsend, Landsend Wood and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, late of Waldo Calmady, Esq., now of John Huggins; and other property of John Yonge (except the Tan Yard, Fulling Mills and Paper Mills in Plymouth).
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, eldest son and heir at law of John Yonge, clerk, deceased, by Elizabeth, his wife, formerly Elizabeth Duke, to James Martin of the Middle Temple, London, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by John Baker of Exeter, gentleman, to the use of John Yonge.
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  107/178  19 June, 11 George III (1771)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of manor of Pusnage or Postlinch, 30 messuages, 40 gardens, 400 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, £3 1s. rent, and a moiety of nine messuages 11 gardens, 360 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 160 acres furze and heath, and common of pasture and turbary, in Puslinch, Combe, Landsend, Birchment, Vicars Parks, Burlescombe, Burgesses Parks, Frogmear and Smithwills, in the parishes of Yealmpton, Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colebrooke; and the rectory and advowson of Newton Ferrers.
John Baker, pet; James Martin, gentleman, deforc. John Yonge, clerk, vouchee. Thomas Francis Martin, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas intact but defaced)

Marriage of John Yonge and Jane Ellicombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/179  12 September 1771

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, eldest son and heir at law of John Yonge, clerk, deceased, by Elizabeth Duke, his wife, and Jane Ellicombe, daughter of Richard Ellicombe of Stoke Canon, clerk.
Release of manor or reputed manor of Pusnage or Postlinch or Puslinch, with appurtenances, and messuages and lands belonging thereto in Newton Ferrers and Yealmpton (as in PWDRO 107/177 above); advowson of Newton Ferrers; capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch; capital messuage, etc. of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Tarring, now of Joseph Veale; tenement, Vickars Parks, and messuage, Burlescombe.
John Yonge to Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh (in Plympton St. Mary), clerk, and Samuel Newte of Alphington, clerk, to the use of John Yonge for 99 years or life, and then for 1000 years to the said trustees, on trust to pay annuity of £130 to Jane Ellicombe, and in trust for their children, etc., and then for the children in order.
Consideration: £1700 from Richard Ellicombe
10s from Doidge and Newte.

[no title or date]  107/180

Contents:
Another copy of the above release.

[no title]  107/181  22 March 1773

Contents:
Statement of account by Thomas Reynolds as agent for Mrs. Jane Yonge, widow and administratrix of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch.

[no title]  107/182  8 April-24 April 1776

Contents:
Statement of account to Richard Doidge, Esq. of Elfordleigh for financial services.

[no title]  107/183  August 1772

Contents:
Abstract of deeds and papers found at Puslinch on the death of Rev. Mr. John Yonge, arranged in chronological order, 2 Philip & Mary and 1623 - 1771 (74 items).
Paper: four sheets.

Will of Elizabeth Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/184  6 July 1772

Contents:
Will of Elizabeth Upton of Efford in Egg Buckland, singlewoman.
£400 to Charles Yonge, her nephew. £170 each to Duke Yonge, Miss Elizabeth Yonge and Miss Dorothy Ayres Yonge, children of John Yonge, her late nephew, and Robert Dodge, son of Robert Dodge and Elizabeth Yonge, her niece.
Messuages and lands to Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq., John Culme or Tothill (Plymouth), Esq., and John Herring of Bickleigh, in trust for James Yonge, son of John Yonge, her late nephew.
(Endorsed "One of the two parts of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Upton.")

[no title]  107/185  31 May 1773

Contents:
Copy of codicil to will of Elizabeth Upton of Efford in Egg Buckland.
Legacy of £170 to Dorothy Ayres Yonge revoked, and legacy of £100 substituted. £30 additional legacy to Robert Dodge. £40 to Charles Yonge, her executor.

[no title]  107/186  17 December 1778

Contents:
General quitclaim of messuages and lands etc. under the will of Elizabeth Upton of Efford in Egg Buckland, singlewoman.
Robert Dodge the younger of Plymouth to James Yonge, great nephew of the testator.
Consideration £225 6s in discharge of legacies and other interests.

[no title]  107/187  14 January 1782

Contents:
General quitclaim of messuages and lands etc. under the will of Elizabeth Upton of Efford in Egg Buckland, singlewoman.
Charles Yonge of Plymouth, surgeon, to James Yonge.
Consideration: £440 in payment of legacy.

[no title]  107/188  1782

Contents:
Settlement after the marriage of James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, brother and heir at law of John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, deceased (who was eldest son and heir at law of John Yonge of the same, clerk, deceased), and Ann, daughter of John Mudge of Plymouth surgeon.
Demise for 100 years of capital messuage of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Tarring, now of Joseph Veale; tenement adjoining, called Vicars Parks; messuage adjoining, called Burrelscombe; fourth part of (blank).
James Yonge to Robert Butler Rennett of Plymouth doctor of physic, Thomas Mudge the younger of the same, gentleman, and Duke Yonge of Mothecombe, clerk, to the use of James Yonge for life, and then to pay annuity of £100 to his wife, permitting those entitled to the reversion to receive the remainder of the profits.
Consideration. £500
5s from trustees
(Not executed)

[no title]  107/189  17 October 1787

Contents:
Surrender of moiety of capital messuage, etc. of Puslinch, formerly of James Yonge, Esq., and limited to Elizabeth Yonge of Widay (Widey in Egg Buckland), his widow, for life.
Elizabeth Yonge to James Yonge of Puslinch, eldest son and heir of John Yonge.
Consideration: 10s.

Marriage of James Yonge and Anne Granger  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/190  22 & 23 October 1787

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, and Ann Granger of Exeter, spinster.
Lease and release of capital messuage of Puslinch with lands and tenements in Newton Ferrers; capital messuage of Combe in Holbeton, late of John Tarring; tenement, Vicars Parks; messuage, Burrelscombe; tenements, Burgesses Parks, Frogmear, Smithwills all in Holbeton, late of John Tarring; tenements and lands called Tayle Yeat, Portaway Head or Tobacco Park, Barn Park, Blindwell, Squares Tenement and Green Park, all in Holbeton, late of John Algar, William Crispin, John Herring and Thomas Phillips; messuages and lands called Landsend, Landsend Wood and Birchment, 510 acres, in Colebrooke, late of Waldo Calmady.
James Yonge to Charles Luxmoore of the Middle Temple, London, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a recovery by Thomas Prowse of Exeter, merchant, to the use, as to mansion house of Puslinch and messuages and lands in Holbeton, of James Yonge; and as to capital messuage, farm and lands of Puslinch, and the messuages and lands in Colebrooke, to the use of James Yonge for life, and then, as to capital messuage, farm and lands of Puslinch, to Edmund Granger of Exeter, merchant, brother of Ann Granger, and Duke Yonge of Otterton, clerk, younger brother of James Yonge, for 90 years or the life of Ann Granger, in trust to pay her an annuity of £70, and then to James Yonge; and as to lands in Colebrooke, to the same trustees for 500 years, in trust to raise £2500 for Ann Yonge, daughter of James Yonge by his late wife, and the children of his second marriage, to raise yearly sums for their maintenance, etc.
Covenant by Edmund Granger, executor of will of Thomas Binford of Exeter, merchant, to pay £1750 to which Ann Granger is entitled under his will, to Duke Yonge.
Covenant by James Yonge to pay an additional £250 to Edmund Granger and Duke Yonge.
The sum of £2000 to be held upon trust to pay interest to James Yonge for life, and then to pay interest to Ann Granger for life, and then to distribute the sum among their children.
Consideration: marriage portion.
10s from Luxmoore.

[no title or date]  107/191

Contents:
Another copy of the above release.

[no title]  107/192  28 November, 28 George III (1787)

Contents:
Exemplification of common recovery of ten messuages, 15 gardens, 500 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 200 acres furze and heath, common of pasture and turbary, in Pusnage or Postlinch or Puslinch, Combe, Vickars Parks, Burlescombe or Burrellscombe, Burgesses Parks, Frogmear, Smithwills, Tayle Yeat, Portawayhead or Tobacco Park, Barn Park, Blindwell, Squares Tenement, Green Park, Landsend, Landsend Wood and Birchment, in the parishes of Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Colebrooke.
Thomas Prowse, pet; Charles Luxmoore, gentleman, deforc. James Yonge, clerk, vouchee. Thomas Francis Martin, common vouchee.

[no title]  107/193  24 October 1805-29 November 1809

Contents:
Receipts to Rev. Duke Yonge and Edmund Granger, Esq., jointly, for investments in Bank of England Stock, and Consolidated and Reduced £3 per cent annuities.
(26 receipts, including one undated)

[no title]  107/194  2 July 1819

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions.
Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., and Elizabeth, his wife, Mary Ann Yonge of Yealmpton, singlewoman, Rev. James Yonge, Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, Edmund Yonge, Lieutenant in H.M Navy, and Jane Yonge of Yealmpton, singlewoman, younger children of Rev. James Yonge, deceased, and Ann, formerly Ann Granger, his wife, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, and Edmund Granger of Exeter, Esq., trustees under the marriage settlement of James Yonge and Ann, his wife, and trustees and executors of James Yonge.

[no title]  107/195  14 May 1790

Contents:
Probate of will of Elizabeth Yonge of Widey in Egg Buckland, widow, dated 25 November 1786, and of codicil of the same dated 2 July 1787.
Fourth part of moiety of manor of Ashburton, and messuages and lands, to James Yonge and Duke Yonge, clerks, her sons, in trust to sell them and divide the proceeds among themselves and their sisters.
Leasehold messuage called Ham in Newton Ferrers to James, her son.
Leasehold messuage in village of Yealmpton to Dorothy Ayre Yonge her daughter. £2800 to James Yonge, £2000 to Duke Yonge, £2800 to Dorothy Ayre Yonge, £50 to Catharina, wife of Duke Yonge, £50 to Philip Morshead her son-in-law, etc., and £1600 to James and Duke Yonge, her sons, on trust for Elizabeth Morshead, her daughter, etc.
Codicil: £1800 instead of £2800 to Duke Yonge. Legacy of £2800 to Dorothy Ayre Yonge revoked on her marriage to Samuel Archer, Esq., and £1800 to James and Duke Yonge in trust for her, etc.
Proved at P. C. C

DUKE ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/196  20 October 1696

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of tenement and close of land at Quashbrooke in Colaton Raleigh, in the manor of Dukes Collaton, late of Edmond Gallup, deceased, now of Thomas Palmer.
Richard Duke of Otterton, Esq., to Thomas Palmer of Colaton Raleigh, yeoman. Lives: Thomas Palmer, Eleanor Palmer, his sister, and Hope Long of Chard, Somerset, spinster.
Consideration: surrender of former lease and £10.
Rent: 3s p.a.

[no title]  107/197  16 March 1704/5

Contents:
Agreement on marriage of Robert Rolle, Esq., grandson and heir apparent of Sir John Rolle of Stevenstone (in St. Giles in the Wood), Knight of the Bath, and Elizabeth Duke, only daughter and heir presumptive of Richard Duke the younger of Otterton, Esq.
Covenant by Richard Duke the elder of Otterton, Esq., and Richard Duke the younger to assign £10000 to Robert Rolle, as marriage portion of Elizabeth Duke, £5000 of which is to be secured by a conveyance to Robert Rolle, after the deaths of Richard Duke the elder and the younger, of the manor or messuage and farm of Otterton in Otterton and Bicton; capital messuage of Otterton, with the tithes belonging thereto; manor of Colaton Abbat or Duke's Collaton in Colaton Raleigh.
Covenant by Sir John Rolle and Robert Rolle to convey lands of annual value of £1500, to the use of Robert Rolle for life, and then for his sons in order, etc.
Covenant by the same to settle an annuity of £800 on Elizabeth Duke after the death of her husband, and to settle estates to make provisions for younger sons.
Covenant by the same to convey remainder of their estates (except the manor and lands of Yarnescombe, the bartons and lands of East Horwood, West Horwood and Penhorwood, and other lands in Horwood, tenement called Hartypoint in Hartland, and two fields in Great Torrington, late of Henry Langdon, deceased, now of Thomas Flaxman) to the use of Sir John Rolle for life, and then of Robert Rolle, and then to the same uses as the lands of £1500 annual value.

Ayre Estates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/198  11 October 1672

Contents:
Probate of will of John Marshall of Venn Ottery, gentleman, dated 3 April 1671. Messuages and tenements called Little Well in Ottery St. Mary to John Luce of Upton Pyne, for life, at rent of 20s p.a. to Marshall Ayer, grandson of the testator. Other messuages and lands to Marshall Ayer and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John Luce, the son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom, to James Marshall of Exeter, brewer.
Proved at Exeter

Manor of Venn Ottery  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/199  1 January, 16 & 52 James (1618/9)

Contents:
Demise for 99 years of fourth part of manor of Fenottery with appurtenances. John Arundell of Lanherne (in Mawgan), Cornwall, Esq. to John Drake of Harpford, gentleman.
Consideration £240

[no title]  107/200  10 July 1664

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of William Drake of Harpford, gentleman, and Jane, daughter of Phillip Elston of Elston in Crediton, gentleman.
Lease for 200 years of fourth part of manor, capital messuage, and farm of Fenotrie (Venn Ottery), with messuages and lands belonging thereto.
William Drake to Phillip Elston the elder, George Radford of Chawleigh, gentleman, and Phillip Elston the younger, son of Phillip Elston the elder, to the use of Jane Drake for life, and then to William Drake for life, and then to their male issue, failing whom, to raise £500 for the portions of female issue, etc.
Consideration: £300

[no title]  107/201  28 & 29 April 1691

Contents:
Mortgage: lease and release of fourth part of capital messuage, houses and lands belonging to the Barton of Venn Ottery in Venn Ottery; fourth part of: field, Higher Meadow, adjoining highway, 7 acres; meadow, Middle Meadow, 5 acres; field, Holmes Waterleate, 7 acres; meadow, Lords Waterleate, 7 acres; field, Great Sock, 8 acres; close, Little Sock, four acres; close, Broad Meadow, 7 acres: two fields, Two Five Acre's, 20 acres; all part of the Barton of Venn Ottery.
William Drake of Ottery St. Mary, gentleman, and Jane, his wife, and William Drake of Exeter, tucker, his son and heir apparent, to Marshall Ayre of Venn Ottery, gentleman.
Consideration: £200

[no title]  107/202  16 & 17 April 1693

Contents:
Lease and release of fourth part of manor, barton and farm of Venn Ottery, in Venn Ottery, occupied by Jane Drake, mother of William Drake, Marshall Ayre of Venn Ottery, gentleman, and the executors of John Seignior, deceased; and fourth part of messuages and lands belonging thereto.
Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (in Mawgan), Cornwall, knight; to William Drake of Exeter, fuller.
Consideration: £21 10s.

[no title]  107/203  4 & 5 July 1693

Contents:
Lease and release of fourth part of manor, barton and farm of Venn Ottery, in Venn Ottery, with fourth part of houses and land's.
William Drake of Exeter, fuller; and Jane Drake of Ottery St. Mary, widow, his mother, to Marshall Ayre of Venn Ottery, gentleman.
Consideration: £665

[no title]  107/204  25 July 1693

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold terms of 99 and 300 years granted by Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, in fourth part of manor of Venn Ottery.
Philip Elston of Crediton, gentleman, Jane Drake, widow, and executrix of William Drake of Ottery St. Mary, gentleman, and William Drake of Exeter, fuller, son and heir of William Drake, to John Ayre of Venn Ottery and John Slout of Lympstone, gentleman, in trust for Marshall Ayre, son and heir apparent of John Ayre, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.
Consideration: £665 to Jane Drake
(Incorrectly drafted)

[no title]  107/205  29 July 1693

Contents:
A similar deed, also incorrectly drafted.
28 July 1693
(Receipt on dorse for consideration money signed by William Drake as well as Jane Drake. Not executed by Philip Elston)
Enclosed receipt for £332 10s, part of purchase money.
Jane Drake to Marshall Ayre.

[no title]  107/206  10 October 1696

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of capital messuage and farm of Fenottery in Venn Ottery, with messuages and lands; piece of land called Hartisham in Harpford, late of Mary Senyor, deceased.
Sir John Rolle of Stevenstone (in St. Giles in the Wood), Knight of the Bath, to Marshal Ayre of Venn Ottery, gentleman.
Lives: Marshall Ayre, Cicely and Dorothy Ayre, the son and daughters of the lessee.
Consideration: £580 and 100 pieces of guinea gold.
Rent. 23s 11 1/2d p.a. for Fenottery, and 4d p.a. for Hartisham.

[no title]  107/207  24 April 1721

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of fourth part of capital messuage and farm of Venottery in Venn Ottery, with appurtenances; piece of land called Hartisham in Harpford; all occupied by the lessees.
John Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq., to Thomas Wright of Heavitree, Esq., and George Duke of Colaton Raleigh, gentleman, administrators of Marshall Ayer of Venn Ottery, deceased, in trust for Marshall Ayer, his son, executor, the term to commence from the deaths of Cissill, wife of Matthew Monday, clerk, and Dorothy, wife of George Duke, sisters of Marshall Ayer, deceased.
Life: Marshall Ayer.
Consideration: £100
Rent: 23s 11 1/2d p.a. for Venottery, 4d p. a. for Hartisham.

Conant Estates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/208  3 March, 4 Edward VI (1549/50

Contents:
Copy of court roll: manor of Stonne (Stone in Sidbury).
Admission of William Peers to a close of land called Kyeparke, 6 acres, late of William Sampford, for life, at rent of 2s p. a.
(Lord of the manor: Erasmus Pym, Esq.)

[no title]  107/209  9 October, 6 & 42 James I (1608)

Contents:
Recital of lease for 40 years dated 23 May, 24 Elizabeth (1582) by the Queen to Sir Amias Poulet, knight, deceased, of two furlongs of land in Sidmouth or Sidmouth Knighton; tenement called Knighton Hayes; close of pasture called Peaselinch; parcells of land called Longelinch Meade, Bidberye, Larkeparke, Nether Bedbery, Grindlepitt and Hockelandes; two meadows called Paniers Lane and Hill Meade; close, Fowrlonges; tenement with appurtenances, 18 acres; close of land, Ropers; and house called the Bruhouse; occupied by Allen Phillipes, Ann, wife of William Meare, John Goulde, John Frye, William Pleay, John Lye, Thomas Allengton, and the Guardians of the Poor of Sidmouth, from the end of term of 21 years, formerly granted to William Stoninge on 7 July, 20 Elizabeth (1578), at rent of £5 10s 8d, as before.
Assignment of the lease by John Poulet of Hinton St. George, Somerset, Esq., executor of Sir Anthony Poulet; knight, deceased, who was executor of Sir Amias Poulet, to Walter Harlewyn of Sidmouth, gentleman.
Consideration: £150

[no title]  107/210  1615-1623

Contents:
Recital that Ury Babington of London, merchant, and Robert Bromley of London, draper, deceased, received various grants of money from Queen Elizabeth and King James I, and that for frauds in obtaining them George Leicester, Esq., and Ann, his wife, late wife and executrix of Ury Babington, deceased, were prosecuted in the Court of Exchequer Chamber, and of the decision of the court on 20 June, 13 James I (1615) that they be charged with payment of £40693 4s 8 1/2d.
And of grant by the King on 19 March, 14 James I (1616/7) of the said sum to Esme Stuart, Lord Aubigney, and Roger Wood.
And that the King seised towards the payment of the debt, lands and tenements held in trust for Ury Babington by Richard Burrell, Alexander Lockwood and William Starckey, i.e. rents in Sidmouth Knighton and furlongs of land in Sidmouth; lands called Knighton Hayes; close of pasture called Peaselinch, etc. (as above, with differences of spelling), as shown by an inquisition taken at St. Thomas the Apostle, 19 James I (1621/2).
And of lease by the King to Esme, Earl of Marche, Lord Laighton and Aubigney, one of the gentlemen of his Bedchamber, dated 24 November, 21 James I (1623) of all the said lands and tenements, during the time they were in the King's hands.
Assignment of the said lease.
Esme, Earl of Marche, and Roger Wood of Mile End, Middlesex, gentleman, to Richard Conant the younger of East Budleigh, yeoman, and Richard Hayden of Sidbury, yeoman.
Consideration: £200
25 November 1623
(Part of armorial seal of the Earl of March)

[no title]  107/211  20 January, 21 & 57 James I (1623/4)

Contents:
Recital of the assignment (as in PWDRO 107/209 above).
And of assignment of the lease by Walter Harlewine to John Connall of Sidmouth, yeoman, and John Carslake the elder of the same, yeoman, on 20 September, 21 James I (1623).
Assignment of lease of close of pasture called Fowrllandes, with appurtenances, in Sidmouth and Sidmouth Knighton.
John Connall and John Carslake, at his request, to Jonathan Connall, son of John, on trust for John Connall.

[no title]  107/212  2 February, 21 & 57 James I (1623/4)

Contents:
Recital of gift, dated 13 November, 44 Elizabeth (1602) by the Queen to Richard Burrell, Allexsander Lockwood and William Starkey, of rents in Sidmouth Knighton, 3s 8d; two furlongs of land in Sidmouth; tenement, Knighton Hayes; close of pasture called Peastlinch; parcels of land, meadow or pasture called Longe Linch Meade, Bidbery, Larke Park, Nether Bidbery, Grindelapitt, and Hockelandes; two meadows, Panniers Lanne and Hill Meade, close called Fowrlandes; tenement, etc. 18 acres; close called Ropers; brewhouse with appurtenances; occupied by Allen Phillipes, Anne, wife of William Meere, John Gould, John Frye, William Pleay, John Lye, Thomas Allington, and the Wardens of Sidmouth.
And of bargain and sale of the same by Richard Burrell, etc. to Anne Babington, widow of Ury Babington, dated 1 March, 4 James I (1606/7).
And of bargain and sale of the same by Anne Babington, by the name of Ann Leicester, widow, to Thomas Edney and William Bonham, dated 27 March, 20 James I (1622).
And of bargain and sale of the same by William Bonham (Thomas Edny being dead) to Sir Christopher Darcy, by the name of Christopher Darcy, Esq., and Thomas Ball, dated 21 November, 20 James I (1622).
And of bargain and sale of the same by Sir Christopher Darcy, Thomas Ball, Guy Babington and William Babington, to John Pearce and Roger Slade, dated 18 November (1623).
Bargain and sale of close of land, meadow or pasture, called Fowrlandes, occupied by Mary Purchasse, widow of Richard Purchasse, formerly occupied by Alline Phillipes, Anne, wife of William Meere, John Gould, John Frye, Willyam Pleay, John Lye, Thomas Allington, and the Wardens of Sidmouth.
John Pearce of Sidmouth, yeoman, and Roger Slade of Axminster, yeoman, as trustees, to John Connall of Sidmouth, yeoman.
Consideration, £29

[no title]  107/213  26 November 1648

Contents:
Recital of purchase by John Connant and Henry Connant and Grace Lacy, his son and daughter, from Sir Peter Prediaux, baronet, and others, of a tenement and four farthings of land in Sidmouth, for £500, and assignment of two thirds of the tenement to Grace Lacy, and one third to Henry Connant, for a term not specified.
(Deed of purchase formerly annexed)

[no title]  107/214  24 December 1651

Contents:
Assignment of two thirds of the tenement, etc. (as above). Grace Lacy, widow, to Henry Connant.
(Another deed formerly annexed)

Messuage in Wolbrooke, Sidmouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/215  12 January, 3 Elizabeth (1560/1

Contents:
Lease of capital messuage in Wolbroke, called the Ferme Place, in Sidmouth, Devon, with lands and appurtenances, late of Henry Stocker.
Erasmus Pymme of Cannyngton, Somerset, Esq. to Robert Stocker of Sidmouth, son of Henry Stocker, and to Agnes Benfyeld, daughter of Henry Benfyeld, for their lives, at rent of £3 6s 8d p.a.
Consideration: £100

[no title]  107/216  20 March, 5 & 41 James I (1607/8)

Contents:
Lease of fourth part of messuage with appurtenances in Wolbrooke, Sidmouth, called the Farme Howse, with lands, 60 acres.
William Wylliams of Heringstone, Dorset, Esq., and Anne, his wife, to John Collysworthy of Sidmouth, yeoman, for 99 years from the death of Agnes, his wife.
Rent. 16s 8d. p.a.

[no title]  107/217  1 April, 10 & 45 James I (1612)

Contents:
Lease of fourth part of messuage, etc. in Wolbrooke, Sidmouth, with lands.
Thomas Docwra of Putteridge, Herts. Esq., and Jane, his wife, to John Collisworthy of Sidmouth, yeoman, for 99 years from the death of Agnes, his wife.
Rent. 16s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/218  28 September, 10 & 46 James I (1612)

Contents:
Lease of fourth part of messuage (as in PWDRO 107/216 above).
Sir Robert Bassett of Heanton Punchardon, Knight, and Dame Elizabeth, his wife, to John Collisworthy of Sidmouth, yeoman, for 99 years from the death of Agnes, his wife.
Rent 16s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/219  20 February, 20 & 56 James I (1622/3)

Contents:
Lease of whole of messuage (as in PWDRO 107/216 above). 9
Sir William Pole of Colecombe, Devon, knight, and John Pole, Esq., his son and heir apparent, to John Colisworthy of Sidmouth, yeoman, and Joan Colisworthy, his daughter, for 80 years, if Joan, wife of John Colisworthy, formerly Joan Symons of Woodberry, widow, so long live, and then for 80 years, if Joan, the daughter, so long live.
Rent; £3 6s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/220  20 October 1654

Contents:
Certificate of marriage of Henery Conant of Sidmouth, husbandman, and Joane Colsworthy of the same.
Signed by Robert Duke, the parish Registrar.

[no title]  107/221  29 June 1660

Contents:
Bargain and sale of messuage, etc. in Sidmouth, occupied by John Pearce; closes of land, meadow or pasture, i.e. close called Cliffe, 2 acres, close called Pikeway, one acre; close, Higher Gootehill, one acre; Lower Gootehill, one acre, and close called the Meadow, one acre; two closes in Sidmouth, occupied by John Pearce, i.e. close called Grindlespitt, 2 acres and close called Hookelandes, 2 acres; and meadow called Langparke, 7 acres.
Walter Harlewyn of Cotmaton in Sidmouth, Esq., son and heir of John Harlewyn Esq, deceased, and Mary Harlewyn of the same, widow, at his-request, by nomination of John Pearce of Sidmouth, yeoman, to Nicholas Hooper of Salcombe, yeoman, and Henry Conant of Sidmouth, yeoman.
Consideration: £120

[no title]  107/222  3 July, 13 Charles II (1661)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of 25 messuages, 8 gardens, 20 acres land, 11 acres meadow, and 14 acres pasture, in Sidmouth.
William Taylor, gentleman, pet; Robert Halstafe, gentleman, and Robert Curtis, gentleman, deforc. Walter Harlewin, vouchee. George Humston, common vouchee.

[no title]  107/223  20 March 1664/5

Contents:
Copy of bargain and sale of closes of land, meadow or pasture, i.e. Easter Meadow, 3 yards; close called the Moore, 2 acres; close called Oat-arish, with lane to it from the highway, 21/2 acres; all adjoining lands of Walter Terrell on south, Salcombe parish on east, the land of Sir Peter Prideaux, baronet, on north, and the lane from the closes to the highway from Sidmouth to Sidbury on west; close called Pitt Parke, 2 acres, adjoining lands of Henry Morgan, gentleman, deceased, on north and south, the said highway on west, and Pollards Lane on east; and two closes called Water parkes with an orchard, 2 acres 5 yards, adjoining lands of Walter Terrell on north, Salcombe parish on east, lands of Edward Prince on south-west, and lands of George Smith on west, all in Sidbury.
Walter Terrell of Yard in Sidbury, yeoman, and Edward Terrell, his son and heir apparent, butcher, to Robert Halstafe the elder of Sidmouth, butcher. Peppercorn rent reserved.
Consideration: £189

[no title]  107/224  Octave of Michaelmas, 20 Charles II (1668)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning a messuage, garden, orchard, seven acres meadow, three acres (land, three acres) pasture, and four acres moor, in Sidbury.
Robert Halstaffe and Thomas White, quer; Walter Terrell and Edward Terrell, deforc.
(The words in brackets are interlineated. The document has been written with the indentations at the bottom.)

[no title]  107/225  29 May, 27 Charles II (1675)

Contents:
Release of tenement with appurtenances in Sidmouth, between the lands of the heirs of Lorder (?) on east, lands of heirs of John Arthur on south, land of late King James on west, and lands of Walter Harlewyn, gentleman, on north, occupied by Joane Carter.
Henry Conant of Sidmouth, yeoman, to Joane Carter of the same, widow.
Consideration: £12

[no title]  107/226  28 July 1688

Contents:
Release of close of land called the Harpe, near Grendle Pitt in Sidmouth, 3 yards of ground, adjoining highway from Bulverton Village to Sidmouth town on east and south, the lands of John Kerslake on north, and the lands of John Pearse on west.
Henry Tooly of Sidmouth, mariner, to John Pearse of Sidmouth, yeoman.
Consideration. 10s and conveyance of Pike Meadow in Sidmouth.

[no title]  107/227  2 November 1691

Contents:
Quitclaim of field called Lang Parke or Long Parke in Sidmouth.
Jonathan Pearse and Samuel Pearse, sons of John Pearse of Sidmouth, yeoman, deceased, to John Pearse, their brother.
Consideration: £100 each under will of their father, and 5s.

[no title]  107/228  1693

Contents:
Lease and release of messuage, etc. in Sidmouth, occupied by John Pearse of Sidmouth, serge-maker; messuage etc. in Broadway in Sidmouth; close called Cliffe, 2 acres; close, Pikeway, one acre; close, Higher Gootehill, one acre; close, the Mead, one acre; close, Grindle Pittes, 2 acres; close, Hooklands, 2 acres; close, Langparke, 7 acres; two close, Grindle Pitts and Hocklands, 17 acres; close, the Harpe, near Grindle Pitts, 5 yards; all in Sidmouth.
Thomas Hopkins of Exeter, wool-merchant, Thomas Waterhowse of Exeter, doctor of physic, and Benjamin Olliver of Cauly in Brampford Speke, Esq., creditors and trustees of the estate of John Pearse, late of Sidmouth, sergemaker, with consent of John Pearse, and also with consent of Sir William Davy of Credy (in Sandford), baronet, Walter Bogan of Totnes, Esq, Richard Langdon of the same, merchant, Samuell Budly of Dartmouth, James Pittman of Kenton, yeoman, Samuell Pearse of Sidmouth, sergemaker, Nicholas Venninge of Lamerton, yarn-jobber, Anthony James of Cullompton, yeoman, Mary Wisse of Exeter, widow, John Ellwell of the same, merchant, Thomas Salter of the same, goldsmith, and Adam Pearse of the same, merchant, the creditors of John Pearse, to John Carslake of Sidmouth, gentleman
Consideration £920
19 & 20 June 1693
Attached: agreement for sale, .4 April 1693.

[no title]  107/229  24 June 1693

Contents:
Recital of a royal commission awarded against John Pearce of Sidmouth, sergemaker, as a bankrupt, on 16 August, 4 William & Mary (1692), and that Joseph
Tiley and Hugh Westlake of Exeter, Esqs., and William Hull of the same, gentleman, three of the commissioners, found that he owed £2600 and more.
And of bargain and sale by the commissioners to Thomas Hopkins of Exeter, woolmerchant, Thomas Waterhowse of the same, doctor in phisick, and Benjamin Olliver of Cowley in Brampford Speke, Esq., three of his creditors, of the messuages and lands (as above, except messuage at Broadway), in trust for his creditors, on 24 May 1693.
And of lease and release dated 19 & 20 June 1693 (as above).
Covenant to levy fine concerning the same.
John Pearse to John Carslake.

[no title]  107/230  14 July 1693

Contents:
Mortgage: lease for 1000 years of messuage, etc. at Broadway in Sidmouth: close, Cliffe, 2 acres; close, Pikeway, one acre; close, Higher Goothill, one acre; close, the Mead, one acre; close, Grindle Pittes, 2 acres; close, Hookland, 2 acres; meadow, Langparke, 7 acres; two closes, Grindle Pitts and Hookland, 17 acres; close, the Harpe, near Grindle Pitts, three yards, all in Sidmouth.
John Carslake of Sidmouth, gentleman, to Ann Hobbes of Ash, Devon, widow.
Consideration: £500

[no title]  107/231  15 May 1694

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, lease for 1000 years, of messuage in Sidmouth, late of John Pearse of Sidmouth, sergemaker; and messuage, etc. at Broadway (as above). Ann Hobbes of Ash, Devon, widow, by direction of John Carslake of Sidmouth, gentleman, mortgagor, to Charles Harward of Tallaton, clerk.
Consideration: £500

[no title]  107/232  2 December 1706

Contents:
Receipt for Samuell Darkes' mortgage deed, and Robert Halsletts' assignment, by William Williams.

[no title]  107/233  3 September 1713

Contents:
Bond to guarantee peaceable possession of lands in Sidbury, late of Samuel and James Darke, deceased.
Samuel Squire of Ottery St. Mary, butcher, to Joane Conant of Sidmouth, widow.

[no title]  107/234  Octave of St. Hilary, 12 Anne (1713/4)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning six acres land, three acres meadow and six acres pasture in Sidbury.
Joan Conant, widow, quer; Samuel Squire and Mary, his wife, deforc.

Lyde Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/235  28 April 1659

Contents:
Bond to guarantee peaceable possession of parcel of land in Yard, Sidbury, bargained and sold by him.
Walter Terrell of Sidbury, yeoman, and Edward Terrell of the same, butcher, his son and heir, to William Lyd of Sidmouth, yeoman.
Endorsed "Turrell's Bond to William Lyde for part of Hill Meadow"

[no title]  107/236  20 September 1659

Contents:
Bond to guarantee peaceable possession of parcel of land in Hillmeddow in Sidbury.
Thomas Ibdon of Sidbury, yeoman, to William Lyde of Sidmouth, yeoman.

[no title]  107/237  1695-1699

Contents:
Copy of will of William Lyde of Sidmouth, yeoman.
Two tenements in Sidmouth called Beckwell and Pannyers Lane to Katherine, his wife, together with tenement of Oldhayes, if the lease so long continue.
Hill Meadow in Sidbury to John, his son, on condition that he pay £20 to the children of Hannah Slea, daughter of the testator.
Tenement of Oldhayes to Thomas, his son, after the death of his mother.
Reversionary lease from Thomazine Purchase of a tenement called Cathayes to the same.
Residue to Katherine, his wife.
26 March 1695
Proved at Honiton, 2 May 1699

[no title]  107/238  Fifteen days of Easter, 10 George I (1724)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning a messuage, garden, two orchards, 6 acres land, 8 acres meadow, 8 acres pasture, and common of pasture, in Pikehill (Peak Hill in Sidmouth), Brook, Rill, Panniers Lane, Hill Meadow, and Sidmouth.
Thomas Lyde, quer; Roger Conant and Anne, his wife, deforc.

[no title]  107/239  4 January 1717

Contents:
Will of Joane Connant of Sidmouth, widow.
Moiety of a tenement called Ford in Rockbeare to Philip Browne of Heavitree, her kinsman, for life, and then to John Browne, his son.
Tenement, etc. at Yard in Sidbury, called Torrells Land, to Rev. John Courtice, Vicar of Sidmouth, Stephen Stocker, Nicholas Austin, Thomas Lyde, John Warrin, Richard Veryard, Robert Maynard, Samuell Cawley and Thomas Channon of Sidmouth, yeomen, William Carter, mariner; William Stogdon, miller, and Thomas Hellyer, whitebaker, all of Sidmouth, on trust to pay annuity of £4 to Jane Gundry, her kinswoman, to spend 20s p.a. on books called "Whole Duty of Man" and "Practice of Piety", to be distributed among the middle sort of people, and to distribute the remainder of the profits among the ancient poorhouse keepers of Sidmouth who have no monthly pay, the annuity of £4 to be distributed among the poorhouse keepers after the death of Jane Gundry.
Provided that the tenements called Ford and Torrells (as above) shall go to John, her son, instead, if he reach the age of 21.

Marriage of John Conant and Dorothy Duke  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/240  3 & 4 September 1736

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of John Conant of Wolbrooke in Sidmouth, gentleman, and Dorothy Duke, daughter of George Duke of Colaton Raleigh, gentleman, deceased, and niece of Richard Duke of Otterton, Esq.
Lease and release of messuage and 60 acres of land, called Will; three closes, Eastmeads, formerly one meadow called Eastmead, 12 acres; three closes, Dock Furlongs, 18 acres; and tithes upon the same lands; messuage, Gribble, 10 acres; meadow or land, Budgemore or Faringdon Acre; all in Rockbeare, late of Richard Duke, deceased, uncle of Richard Duke, now of John Conant; moiety of messuage, etc. Ford Tenement, in Rockbeare, late of George Godfrey of Rockbeare, yeoman, now of John Conant; messuage, etc. at Broadway; close, Grindle Pitts, 2 acres; close, Hookland, 2 acres; close, Lang Parks, 7 acres; closes called Grindle Pitts and Hooklands, 17 acres; close, the Harp, 3 yards, late of John Pearse, in Sidmouth; messuage and four acres of ground, Paniers Lane and Hill Meadow, late of Roger Conant, in Sidmouth; orchard adjoining Woolbrooke; close, Fowerlands, in Sidmouth and Sidmouth Knighton; close, East Meadow, 5 yards; close, the Moore, 2 acres; close, the Oat Arrish, 21/2 acres, with a lane belonging thereto; close, Pitt Park, 2 acres; two closes, the Waterparks, with orchard adjoining, 2 acres and three yards; all in Sidbury, late of Samuel Squire, now of John Conant.
John Conant to Richard Duke and Robert Duke of Colaton Raleigh, gentleman, brother of Dorothy Duke, to the use, as to the estate in Rockbeare, of John Conant for life, then to Dorothy Duke for life, and then to their children in order, etc, and as to the estate in Sidmouth and Sidbury to John Conant for life, and then to their children, etc.
Consideration £500

[no title]  107/241  4 September 1736

Contents:
Recital of lease by Hugh Stafford, Esq., lord of the manor of Sidbury, to John Conant, deceased, of messuage, etc. called Buckton, 60 acres, except close of land called Goosepit, during the lives of Joan Conant, and John Conant, her son, son of the lessee, dated 23 May 1704.
And of lease by Thomas Balle, Esq., Lord of the manor of Sidbury, to John Conant, the son, of close called Six Acres at Baldashe, adjoining Trulls Lane end on east, and Coltot Lane on west, late occupied by William Nossiter or Pearse; and close called Goose Pit, 11/2 acres, late occupied by the same, during the lives of John Conant, the lessee, and Antony Tripe, son of Antony Tripe of Exeter, goldsmith, dated 17 September 1728.
And of marriage intended between John Conant and Dorothy Duke, who is to have the said property during her widowhood.
Bond not to dispose of the said property, nor to hinder her enjoyment of it.
John Conant of Sidmouth, gentleman, to Richard Duke of Otterton, Esq., and Robert Duke of Colaton Raleigh, gentleman.

[no title]  107/242  Three weeks of Michaelmas, 11 George II (1737)

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning three messuages, six gardens, six orchards, 100 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 30 acres pasture, 50 acres furze and heath, 10 acres moor, in Will, Eastmeads, Dock Furlongs, Gribble, Budgmoor, Ford, Broadway, Hooklands, Langpark, Grindle Pitts, Paniers Lane, Hill, Forwlands or Farrlands, Woolbrooke, Orchard, Wester Fields, Blackmore, Yard, Rockbeare, Sidmouth and Sidbury.
Richard Duke, Esq., pet; Dorothy Conant, widow, deforc.

[no title]  107/243  16 February 1737/8

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of the above fine concerning messuages and lands (as in PWDRO 107/240 above), and houses, late of Richard Brook,
William Wood, and Samuel Langford, in Sidmouth, now of Henry Kingman; two pieces of land, ½ acre in Westerfields, between lands of Sir John Prideaux and the sea, and ½ acre in Blackmore, between lands of John Prideaux and Henry Tooley and the Church footpath, late of Edmund Forwood and John Bucknell, now of Stephen Dunning.
Declaration that fine was levied to the use of Dorothy Conant.

[no title]  107/244  13 December 1742

(large parts of this deed have been cut away)


Related information: see PWDRO 107/246 below

Contents:
Recital that Richard Duke of --- by his will dated 23 August 174-, devised to George Duke, his cousin, the reversion of a dwelling-house and two tenements, then late Stokes's and Dra- in Colaton Raleigh, part of his manor of Colaton Raleigh.
Release of the same.
Robert Duke, Esq., son and heir of George Duke, to Frances Courtice of Sidmouth, spinster, his intended wife.
Note on dorse the parchment was given to P.O. Hutchinson by W.G. Harris, grocer, of Sidmouth, 13 September 1864

[no title]  107/245  14 December 1742

(large parts of this deed have been cut away)


Related information: see PWDRO 107/246 below

Contents:
Recital of lease for 99 years or three lives of tenement, orchard, garden.... and pasture, 6 acres, in Sidmouth.... late occupied by Mary Lee, but now by.... ............. to Oliver Courtice of Sidmouth, clerk, at rent of 24s p.a. Lives: Thomas Courtice.... and the wife of Oliver Courtice.
And of final assignment of the lease to Frances Courtice of Sidmouth, spinster.
And of additional leasehold interest of Frances Courtice in a moiety of the same.
Settlement on marriage between Frances Courtice and Robert Duke. Assignment of the lease.
Frances Courtice, with consent of Robert Duke, to John Wolcott of Sidbury, gentleman, in trust for Robert Duke for life, then for Frances Courtice, for life, and then for her heirs.
Release of moiety of the same.
Frances Courtice, with consent of Robert Duke, to Richard Acreman the younger, of Sidbury, gentleman, upon similar trusts.

[no title]  107/246  2 April and 8 May 1866

Contents:
Two letters from P. O. Hutchinson of Sidmouth to Rev. John Yonge, inclosing the two deeds (244 & 245) which he had found being cut up for use as covers for jam pots and pickle jars, and inquiring about the pedigree of the Duke and Yonge families.

[no title]  107/247  1774-1775

Contents:
Part of account of Peter Richards, Reeve of the manor of Otterton, to John Duke, Esq. for the year ending Michaelmas 1774, and account of Mrs. Paul, Reeve of the same to Mrs. Duke, executrix of John Duke, for the year ending Michaelmas 1775.
Enclosed: a quantity of small green and brown feathers.

[no title]  107/248  13 December 1734

(parts of the lease have been cut away)

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Otterton in Otterton and Bicton, showing descriptions of tenements, names of tenants and particulars of leases.
No date (late 18th century)
Used as a cover to this survey:-
Lease for 99 years or three lives of close of pasture called the Sarke or the Tarke in Combe Raleigh occupied by William Baseleigh; Vinitones Plott, ½ acre, in highway at eastern end of town of Honiton.
Hon. Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle, to William Baseleigh of Honiton, soap boiler.
Lives: as to the Sarke: John, son of William Baseleigh, term to commence from deaths of William Baseleigh and Joan, his wife.
As to Vinitones Plott: William Baseleigh, Joan, his wife, and John, his son.
Consideration: £- and one moidore.
Rent: 10s p.a. for Sarke
2s p.a. for Vinitones Plott

[no title]  107/249  1779

Contents:
Survey and particulars of the manors of Otterton, Budleigh-Polslow or High Budleigh in East Budleigh, Budleigh-Syon or Lower Budleigh in East Budleigh, Colaton Rawleigh or the Lower Manor in Colaton Raleigh, Duke's Colaton or Colaton Abbott or the Higher
Manor in Colaton Raleigh, Dotton (extra-parochial) and Powersheys or Hays, all in Devon, to be sold on 8 January 1779, including a few notes on the amenities, possible future development, etc. of some of the estates.
(Printed)

[no title]  107/250  12 February, 19 George III (1779)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of fourth part of manors of Otterton, Little Otterton, Collaton Abbott or Dukes Collaton, Collaton Rawleigh, Budleigh or East Budleigh or Lower Budleigh or Budleigh Syon, Upper Budleigh or Budleigh Polslow, Dotton or Docton or Dottington, and Hayes or Powershayes or Dukes Hayes, with appurtenances; and fourth part of 100 messuages, eight water grist mills, 800 acres land, 400 acres meadow, 600 acres pasture, 200 acres wood, 1000 acres furze and heath, 100 acres marsh, £13 10s rent, and common of pasture and turbary, courts leet, etc. in Otterton, Little Otterton, Sidmouth, Harpford, Venn Ottery, Budleigh or East Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh, Dotton, Limson, Woodbury, Bicton, Budleigh Sion, Upper Budleigh, Hayes and Withecombe; and fourth part of rectory and tithes of Otterton; fourth part of free chapels and tithes of Withecombe, Venn Ottery and Our Lady Chappel; fourth part of advowsons of Otterton, Budleigh and Harpford.
Bernard Frederick Taylor, Esq. pet; William Sleigh, gentleman, deforc. Richard Doidge and Dorothy, his wife, vouchee. Thomas Francis Martin, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas in good condition)

[no title]  107/251  Proved 19 October 1785

Contents:
Probate of will of Dorothy, wife of Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh (in Plympton St. Mary), Esq., dated 28 December 1780.
Recital of lease and release dated 18 & 19 January 1779, by James Yonge, clerk, Richard Doidge and herself, to William Sleigh, gentleman, of fourth part of capital messuage of Otterton, with lands, etc., in Otterton and Bicton; manors of Otterton, Little Otterton, Collaton Abbot or Dukes Collaton, Collaton Rawleigh, Budleigh or East Budleigh or Lower Budleigh or Budleigh Syon, and Budleigh or Upper Budleigh or Budleigh Polslow; manors or reputed manors of Dotton or Docton or Dottington, and Hayes or Powershayes or Dukes Hayes; four water grist mills in Otterton; advowsons of Otterton, Budleigh and Harpford with free chapels of Withecombe and Fenn Ottery or Venn Ottery; Rectory and tithes of Otterton; water grist mills called Dotton Mills or Dottington Mills; chapel and tithes of Dotton; rent of £3 10s of tithes of Sidmouth; and messuages and lands in Otterton, Sidmouth, Harpford, Fenn Ottery or Venn Ottery, Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh, Dotton, Lympstone, Woodbury and Bicton, upon trust for Dorothy Doidge.
Moiety of the said fourth part to Ann Duke, her sister, and her heirs.
The other moiety to Richard Doidge, her husband, subject to power of appointment, failing which, at his death, to Ann Duke.

[no title]  107/252  Proved 8 February 1788

Contents:
Probate of will of Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Plympton St. Mary, Esquire, dated 10 January 1787 and of codicil dated 16 June 1787.
House and garden in Monmouth Street, Topsham, lately purchased of John Baker, to Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, on trust to allow Neville Tatton of Topsham, Esq. and his wife, to live there, failing whom, to the use of Joanna Baker.
Messuages and lands in Rockbeare to Mrs. Ann Duke, his sister-in-law, failing whom, to Duke Taylor, Dorothy Ayre Taylor and Frances Duke Taylor.
Messuages and lands in Sidmouth and Sidbury to James Yonge in trust for Ann Yonge, daughter of James, until she is 21, or, if she die before that age, to James Yonge.
Messuages and lands in Plympton St. Mary to James Yonge on trust for Elizabeth, wife of Philip Morshead of Widey, Esq., for life, and then for John Morshead, her son.
Codicil concerning pecuniary legacies only.

[no title]  107/253  10 January 1787

Contents:
Will of Richard Doidge (as above)

Gill Down in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/254  10 October, 24 Charles I (1648)

Contents:
Release of cottage, garden and close of land in Torr, Newton Ferrers; and two little pieces or parcels of land in Dunstone, Yealmpton, late of Jeffery Edwardes, deceased.
Thomas Riche the elder of Ermington, gentleman, to Christopher Riche, his youngest son.
Consideration: £20

[no title]  107/255  16 October 1678

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. in Torr, Newton Ferrers, occupied by Ellize Barrette; close called Gildowne, 2 acres, and quillet, parcel of the messuage.
James Rich of Ermington, gentleman, to Ellize Barrette of Yealmpton, fuller.
Lives: Ellize Barrette, Anne, his wife, and Bartholomew Barrette, his son.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £7.
Rent: 13s 4d p.a.

[no title]  107/256  18 January 1694/5

Contents:
Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied concerning fifth part of messuage called Keaton or Keaton-hame, late occupied by Thomas Hannick, butcher, now by Richard Ellis, and fifth part of five closes of land, meadow and pasture called Swine Hills, Sand parks or the Two Sandparks, Longpark, Swinehill and Swinehill meadow, late occupied by George Gould, now by John Skinner, all in Ermington, late the property of Thomas Rich of Worthele in Ermington, gentleman, and by him devised to the five daughters of John Brooking of Ermington, gentleman, his brother-in-law; and twelfth part of messuage, etc. in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Bartholomew Barret.
Thomas Rogers of Ermington, yeoman, and Margaret, his wife, a daughter of John Brooking, to Abraham Bickford of Yealmpton, clothier, to the use of Thomas Rogers and Abraham Bickford and the heirs of Thomas Rogers.

[no title]  107/257  17 & 18 October 1701

Contents:
Lease and release of third part of cottage, garden and close of land in Torr, Newton Ferrers; and third part of two little pieces of land in Dunston, Yealmpton, occupied by Christopher Rich.
Peter Risdon of Trull, Somerset, gentleman, to John Skinner of Ermington, gentleman.
Consideration: £20

[no title]  107/258  18 October 1701

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Peter Risdon to John Skinner.

[no title]  107/259  12 June 1702

Contents:
Release of moiety of cottage, garden and close at Torr in Newton Ferrers, of Bartholomew Barret; and moiety of two little pieces of land in Dunstone, Yealmpton, of Christopher Rich.
John Skinner of Ermington, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, and Robert Warring of Ermington, yeoman, and Honour, his wife, to Thomas Rogers of Ermington, yeoman.
Consideration: £30

[no title]  107/260  12 June 1702

Contents:
Bond to perform conditions of agreement.
Robert Warring to Thomas Rogers.

[no title]  107/261  12 June 1702

Contents:
Bond to perform conditions of agreement.
John Skinner to Thomas Rogers.

[no title]  107/262  6 & 7 April 1704

Contents:
Lease and release of twelfth part of cottage, close of land, etc. in Torr in Newton Ferrers, and of two little pieces of land in Dunston in Yealmpton, occupied by Christopher Rich.
Henery Wootton the younger of Holy Trinity, Exeter, fuller, and Margery, his wife, to Thomas Rogers of Ermington, yeoman.
Consideration: £5

[no title]  107/263  7 April 1704

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Henery Wootton the younger to Thomas Rogers.

[no title]  107/264  Three weeks of Easter, 3 George I (1717)

Contents:
Indenture of fine concerning seven twelfths of a cottage, garden, orchard, three acres land and one acre pasture in Torr, Newton Ferrers and Dunstone and Yealmpton.
George Rogers, quer; Robert Warring and Honour, his wife, Henry Wotton and Margery, his wife, and Mary Skinner, deforc.

[no title]  107/265  28 January 1717/8

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine concerning seven twelfths of cottage, herbgarden, orchard, little quillet or field adjoining, at Torr in Newton Ferrers; and seven twelfths of close belonging to the same, called Gildowne, 2 acres; all late of Elias Barrett of Yealmpton, fuller, then of Bartholomew Barrett of Newton Ferrers, woolcomber, now of George Rogers; and seven twelfths of two little pieces of land in Dunstone, Yealmpton, late of Jeffery Edwards, then of Christopher Rich; levied by Robert Warring of Ermington, yeoman, and Honour, his wife, Henry Wotton, the younger, of Holy Trinity, Exeter, fuller, and Margery, his wife, and Mary Skinner, wife or widow of John Skinner of Ermington, yeoman, to George Rogers of Ermington, yeoman, to his own use.

[no title]  107/266  30 & 31 January 1717/8

Contents:
Lease and release of third part of cottage, herbgarden, etc. and Gildowne (as above), late of Bartholomew Barrett, now of Margaret Skinner.
Margaret Skinner of Modbury, spinster, to George Rogers of Ermington, yeoman.
Consideration: £39

[no title]  107/267  10 & 11 December 1718

Contents:
Lease and release of cottage, herb garden, orchard, little quillet, and field called Gilldowne, 2 acres, at Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Bartholomew Barrett, deceased, now of George Rogers.
George Rogers of Ermington, yeoman, to John Warham of Newton Ferrers, woolcomber.
Consideration: £110

[no title]  107/268  26 May 1726

Contents:
Mortgage: lease for 2000 years of cottage, herbgarden, orchard, little quillet, and close called Gilldowne, 2 acres, at Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Bartholomew Barrett, then of George Rogers, yeoman, now of John Warham.
John Warham of Newton Ferrers, woolcomber, to Margaret Algar of Yealmpton, widow.
Consideration: £60

[no title or date]  107/269

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/270  1728

Contents:
Release of cottage, garden, orchard, little quillet, field called Gill Downe, 2 acres, near Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Bartholomew Barratt, deceased, then of George Rogers, yeoman, now of John Warham.
John Warham of Newton Ferrers, woolcomber, to Nicholas Holberton of Yealmpton, joiner.
Consideration £80
25 June 1728
Enclosed.. "A catalogue or account of Deeds and writings (1648-1718) in the custody of me Margarett Algar of the parish of Yealmpton, widow, relating to a Tenement in Torr in the parish of Newton Ferrers, mortgaged to me by John Warham, 26th of May 1726", with an undertaking by Margaret Algar to surrender the deeds to Nicholas Holberton, with the deed of mortgage, on payment of £60 and interest. (not executed)
July 1728

[no title]  107/271  16 & 17 February 1736/7

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Nicholas Holberton of Kingsbridge, joiner, and Elizabeth Hurrell of the same, spinster, sister of Thomas Hurrell of the same, woolcomber.
Lease and release of cottage, herbgarden, orchard, little quillet and close called Gill Down, 2 acres, at Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Bartholomew Barrett, deceased, then of George Rogers, yeoman, then of John Warham, and now of the said John Warham as tenant to Nicholas Holberton.
Nicholas Holberton to Thomas Hurrell and William Creed of Kingsbridge, gentleman, to the use of Nicholas Holberton for life, and then to Elizabeth Hurrell for life, and then to their children in order, etc.
Consideration: goods and chattels of Elizabeth Hurrell.

[no title]  107/272  4 & 5 November 1782

Contents:
Lease and release of cottage, herbgarden, orchard, little quillet and close called Gill Downe, 2 acres, in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of John Mackham (sic) of Newton Ferrers, woolcomber, then of Nicholas Holberton, now of William Holberton.
William Holberton of Dartmouth, carpenter, (eldest son and heir at law of Nicholas Holberton of Kingsbridge, carpenter, deceased), and Elizabeth, his wife, to Thomas Lawes of Hatton Street in St. Andrew's Holborn, Middlesex, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a recovery by John Prideaux of Plymouth, gentleman, on trust for William Holberton and Elizabeth, his wife, for their joint lives, and then to the survivor of them.
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  107/273  28 November, 23 George III (1782)

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of a messuage, toft, two gardens and four acres of land in Torr and Newton Ferrers.
John Prideaux, gentleman, pet; Thomas Lawes, gentleman, deforc. William Holberton and Elizabeth, his wife, vouchees. Thomas Francis Martin, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas in good condition)

[no title]  107/274  23 & 24 June 1793

Contents:
Lease and release of cottage, herbgarden, orchard, little quillet or field, and close called Gill Down, 2 acres, in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of John Warham, deceased, then of Nicholas Holberton and William, his son, now of William Andrews,
William Holberton of Dartmouth, carpenter, to James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration: £200

[no title]  107/275  15 October 1792-25 October 1794

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. James Yonge and William Holberton, and J. Jones of Exeter and Walter Prideaux of Dartmouth, their respective attorneys, concerning the purchase by Rev. James Yonge from William Holberton of a tenement at Torr in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Andrews.
(Fifteen letters)

[no title]  107/276  23 May 1795

Contents:
Letter from J. Jones of Exeter, attorney, to Rev. James Yonge, concerning the valuation of an estate which he intends to purchase.

[no title]  107/277  1765-1813

Contents:
List of deeds concerning Gill Downs in Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/278  15 September 1796

Contents:
Letter from --- of Modbury to Rev. James Yonge, enclosing an abstract of title to Trehill Tenement, which is to be sold by Mr. Brutton to him.

[no title]  107/279  6 December 1800

Contents:
Bargain and sale of two closes, Parsons Park and Parsons Headon, 19 acres, late of Philip Leight, deceased, now of his representatives, and orchard, 1/4 acre, of William Andrews, all in Newton Ferrers and part of the glebe lands.
Rev. Duke Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers, with consent of Rt. Hon. William Lord Auckland and Rt. Hon Sylvester Douglas, two of Commissioners for Redemption of Land Tax by Bodies Politic or Corporate, to Charles Yonge of Plymouth, Esq. to the use of Duke Yonge.
Consideration: £20 12s for expenses )
£442 for redemption of) to Rev. Duke Yonge
£21 18s 10d land tax)
5s to Commissioners for Reduction of National Debt

[no title]  107/280  January 1810

Contents:
Appointment of the above lands.
Rev. Duke Yonge, Rector of Cornwood, formerly Rector of Newton Ferrers, to John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq.
Consideration: 5s

Marriage of Rev. John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta Bargus  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/281  24 March 1813

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, and Alethea Henrietta Bargus of Sloane Street, Chelsea, Middlesex, spinster.
Release of capital messuage, etc. of Pusnage or Postlinch in Newton Ferrers; manor or reputed manor of Pusnage or Postlinch or Puslinch with messuages and lands in Newton Ferrers and Yealmpton; farm, etc. called Combe Tenement, late of John Combe; farm, Dunns Cottage, late of Andrew Dunn, then of Philip Leight; farm, Ashcombe Tenement, late of Robert Brooking, then of Robert Giles; farm, formerly Dunns Tenement by Ashcombe, late of John Hamblin, then of Andrew Dunn, and afterwards of Elizabeth Upton; moiety of cottage in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Henry Pollexfen, gentleman; capital messuage, etc. Combe in Holbeton, formerly of John Tarring; messuage nearby, Burlescombe; messuages, Trehill and Alston in Holbeton; house, barn, lands, etc. called Wheel Park, Barn Park, The Hams, Three Corner Park, Underdown, Meadow Down, The Two Didiwells, Coytes, two Little Meadows and Furze Brake, near Ashcombe (in Newton Ferrers), all formerly of Robert Port, deceased, then of William Port, deceased, and late of Robert Collins, subtenant of Catherine and Mary Port, daughters of William Port, formerly parts of a tenement in Torr, Newton Ferrers; all which are occupied by Sarah Rowse, Christopher Rowse, Richard Willing, William Andrews the elder, William Andrews the younger, Robert Collins and Richard Wills, at total yearly rent of £946 4s 6d.
John Yonge, with consent of Alethea Henrietta Bargus, to Rev. William Stanley Goddard of Cadogan Place, Chelsea, clerk, D. D., John Colborne,. Esq., Lt-colonel, 52nd Regiment, Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, and Edmund Granger of Exeter, Esq., to the use of John Yonge for life, and after his death to the use of the Hon. and Rev. John William Peachey of Newsells Park, Herts, clerk, and Rev. Thomas Westcombe of Winchester, clerk, for 200 years upon trusts, subject to an annual rent charge of £400 or £600 to his widow for life, and then to the four trustees first named for 1000 years upon trusts, and then to John Yonge.
Consideration: £4743 8s 4d 3% Consols to which John Yonge will become entitled on marriage; and settlement of £15000 3% Consols by Alethea Henrietta Bargus; and settlement of property in Hampshire by the same.
10s from the first four trustees.

[no title or date]  107/282

Contents:
Abstract of the above settlement.

[no title]  107/283  24 March 1813

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Rev. John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta Bargus.
Assignment of £15000 3% Consols, expectant on the death of Mary Bargus, widow of Rev. Thomas Bargus, Rector of Reed with Barkway, Herts, father of Alethea Henrietta Bargus.
Alethea Henrietta Bargus, with consent of John Yonge, to Rev. William Stanley Goddard, John Colborne, Rev. Duke Yonge and Edmund Granger (as above), in trust for John Yonge for life, and then for Alethea Henrietta Bargus, and then for their children.
Covenant to convey messuages and lands in the county of Southampton to which Alethea Henrietta Bargus would become entitled on the death of Frances Mary Bargus, her half-sister, to the same trustees upon similar trusts.
Consideration. 10s

[no title]  107/284  24 March 1813

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Rev. John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta Bargus.
Assignment of £15000 3% Consols, expectant on the death of Mary Bargus, widow of Rev. Thomas Bargus, Rector of Reed with Barkway, Herts, father of Alethea Henrietta Bargus.
Alethea Henrietta Bargus, with consent of John Yonge, to Rev. William Stanley Goddard, John Colborne, Rev. Duke Yonge and Edmund Granger (as above), in trust for John Yonge for life, and then for Alethea Henrietta Bargus, and then for their children.
Covenant to convey messuages and lands in the county of Southampton to which Alethea Henrietta Bargus would become entitled on the death of Frances Mary Bargus, her half-sister, to the same trustees upon similar trusts.
Consideration. 10s

[no title]  107/285  No date (early 19th century)

Contents:
Notes about the terms of the above marriage settlement, the sale of property and the deaths of interested parties.
(Three sheets)

[no title]  107/286  1805-1809

Contents:
Copy of will of Thomas Bargus of Barkway, Hertfordshire, clerk.
Little Lane adjoining his vicarage, and £157 15s to the incumbent succeeding him.
Two cottages, etc. at Church End in Barkway, Herts, purchased of John Roberts and his wife, and of Hon. John Peachey, to Mary, his wife.
Freehold house in Fareham, Hampshire, with garden, etc. occupied by Ann Bargus, his mother, with freehold field called Lysses adjoining, occupied by John English; and freehold estates near Whitechurch, Hampshire, called Cold Henly Farm, Dunley Farm and Bradley Farm, all occupied by William Hooper, to Mary, his wife, for life, and then to be distributed between Alethea Henrietta Bargus and Frances Mary Bargus, his daughters.
Copyhold land in Fareham, Hampshire, called Crocker Hill Farm, Pear Tree Farm, Chamberlaines Hole Farm, occupied by John Budd senior, North Fareham Farm, occupied by John Budd Junior, the Down Land, occupied by William Merritt, 15 acres of land at Totsom, occupied by John English, and woodland at Totsom, Crocker Hill, Pear Tree, Chamberlaines Hole and the Down, and coppice at Totsom, bought of James Wassell, to Alethea Henrietta Bargus, his daughter.
Copyhold estate at Longwood in Cheriton, Hampshire, bought of John Lainson, to Frances Mary Bargus, his daughter.
26 December 1805
Codicil. estate at North Fareham, Crocker Hill and Totsom being sold, £15000 stock to Mary, his wife, for life, and then to Alethea Henrietta Bargus, his daughter.
9 March 1809

[no title]  107/287  12 February 1819

Contents:
Letter from John Jones of Exeter to Rev. John Yonge with an extract from Rev. J. Yonge's marriage settlement, giving the description of the lands concerned therein.

[no title]  107/288  26 December 1832

Contents:
Notes of assets and liabilities made by Rev. John Yonge.

[no title]  107/289  1840

Contents:
Abstract of will of John Yonge, with notes about his income.

[no title]  107/290  8 December 1841

Contents:
Similar abstract, with more details.

[no title]  107/291  1842

Contents:
Draft will of John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Residue of personal estate to Edmund Yonge, Captain, R. N., his brother, James Yonge of Plymouth, Esq. M.D., and William Crawley Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, Esq. on trust to pay sums to his younger sons and his daughters, and then for John Bargus Yonge, his eldest son.
Manors, messuages and lands in Newton Ferrers, Holbeton and Yealmpton, and advowson of Newton Ferrers, to the same trustees, on trust to allow his wife the use of Puslinch house, the garden, Langs Furlongs and the Wilderness, for life, and as to the remainder (except Coppathorn, Green Park, Shepherds' Park, the Orchard, and fourth part of Gagford Wood in Holbeton, occupied by Richard Ford, and reversion of other lands), to the use of John Bargus Yonge, etc.

[no title]  107/292  7 February 1842

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Woollcombe, Square and Stephens to Rev. John Yonge about a proposed disposition of his and Mrs. Yonge's property.

[no title]  107/293  26 May 1842

Contents:
Appointment by John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta, his wife, of £15000 3% Consols, in trust for John Yonge, Alethea Henrietta, his wife, and Mary Bargus, and after their deaths, in trust to raise £1500 each for Alethea, Mary, Jane Duke, Anne and Frances Elizabeth, daughters of John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta, his wife, and as to remainder for John Bargus Yonge, their eldest son.
Appointment by Alethea Henrietta Yonge of the other moiety of £15000 3% Consols, in trust for John Yonge, etc. for their lives, and then to pay certain amounts to the eight children of John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta, his wife, including also Duke and Edmund Charles.

[no title]  107/294  12 November 1850

Contents:
Certificates of burial of Anne Yonge of Yealmpton, aged 79, on 8 November 1839, and of Alethea Henrietta Yonge of Puslinch, aged 55, on 6 November 1844, both at Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/295  9 November 1850

Contents:
Certificate of burial of William Stanley Goddard, D. D. of Andover, aged 88, at Andover, Hampshire, on 21 October 1845.

[no title]  107/296  9 November 1850

Contents:
Certificate of burial of Rev. Duke Yonge of Vicarage House, Cornwood, aged 75, at Cornwood, on 9 December 1823.

[no title]  107/297  11 November 1850

Contents:
Certificate of burial of Edmund Granger of Exeter, aged 85, at Sowton, on 1 January 1841.

[no title]  107/298  21 January 1854

Contents:
Appointment by Rev. John Yonge of James Yonge of Plymouth, Esq., M.D., John Bargus Yonge of Torre Villa, Newton Ferrers, Esq. and Rev. Duke Yonge of Puslinch, as trustees in place of Rev William Stanley Goddard, D. D., Rev. Duke Yonge and Edmund Granger, Esq., all now deceased, of the settlement made on the marriage of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, and Alethea Henrietta Bargus, now deceased.

[no title]  107/299  17 November 1873

Contents:
Note that the above appointment has been removed to take to Mr. Stephens.

[no title]  107/300  28 December 1877

Contents:
General quitclaim under the marriage settlement of Rev. John Yonge and Alethea Henrietta Bargus.
Mary Yonge of Puslinch, spinster, and Frances Elizabeth Yonge of the same, spinster, daughters of Rev. John Yonge, deceased, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, as surviving trustee.
Consideration: £7500 3% Consols.

[no title]  107/301  19 May 1821

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives of house, garden and plot of ground, with a small cellar, in the Church Town of Newton Ferrers, near the sea cliff; plot of land, now an orchard, divided out of a close called Easter Lower Park, 35 perches; all formerly of Edward Elliott of Newton Ferrers, carpenter, since of Mary Gee, now of Richard Knight.
Richard Knight of Newton Ferrers, thatcher, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Lives: Peter Soye of Newton Ferrers, Mary, his wife, and Mary, their daughter.
Consideration: £300

Luke Parks in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/302  9 & 10 April 1745

Contents:
Lease and. release of four fields, closes, etc. called Lugg Parks, formerly one field, in Newton Ferrers, formerly of Frances Hele, then of George Dunn, then of John Crispin of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, who purchased the freehold from Sir William Davie of Creedy, Baronet.
George Curteis of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, mortgagee, and Andrew Crispin of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, brother and heir of John Crispin of Holbeton, yeoman, and grandson of the said John Crispin, mortgagor, to Richard Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: £283 1s 8d to George Curteis £156 18s 4d to Andrew Crispin

[no title]  107/303  Fifteen days of Easter, 18 George II (1745)

Contents:
Two indentures of fine concerning a messuage, orchard, 20 acres land, 20 acres pasture, in Newton Ferrers and Luggparks.
Richard Brooking, pet; George Curteis and Andrew Crispin, deforc.

[no title]  107/304  9 October 1751

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Richard Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, and Mary Rowse, spinster, daughter of Josias Rowse of Brixton, yeoman.
Release of four fields called Lugg Parks in Newton Ferrers; and messuage and lands in the village of Butlas in Brixton, occupied by Gabriel Cawse, lately owned by William Northmore.
Richard Brooking to Arthur Rogers of Plympton St. Mary, yeoman, and Christopher Rowse of Plymstock, yeoman, to the use of Richard Brooking for life or to them in trust for him, and then to the use of his children.
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. called Strodes Tenement, 28 acres, in Newton Ferrers, formerly occupied by Thomas Strode, then by Francis Hingston, and then by Joan Brooking, widow; and barn, orchard, and closes of land, called Scipperons Tenement, 6 acres, in Newton Ferrers, formerly occupied by the same persons.
Richard Brooking to Arthur Rogers and Christopher Rowse, to the use of Richard Brooking for life, and then to the use of Mary Rowse, which with the settlement on her of several fields at Lower Harestone in Brixton, shall be in satisfaction of dower and thirds.
Consideration: £100 to be paid by Josias Rowse.
Settlement of land at Lower Harestone in Brixton.

[no title]  107/305  9 May 1788

Contents:
Probate of will of Richard Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, dated 21 December 1777.
Appointment of four fields called Lugg Parks and messuage in Butlas, Brixton, to discharge pecuniary legacies, as follows:-
£10 to Jane Soper, his daughter; £150 to Ann Brooking, his daughter; £50 to Agness Brooking, his daughter; £150 to Mary Ann Brooking, his daughter.
Residue of real property to Josias Rowse Brooking, his son.
Proved at Totnes

[no title]  107/306  1751-1800

Contents:
Certificates of entries in parish registers of Brixton:
Marriage of Richard Brooking of Newton Ferrers to Mary Rowse of Brixton. 24 October 1751
Marriage of Josias Rowes (sic) Brooking of Brixton, yeoman, and Elizabeth Holdith of Cornworthy. 12 August 1793
Baptism of Richard, son of Josias Rowse Brooking and Elizabeth (formerly Holdich), his wife.
Privately 11 March, publicly 30 July 1800

[no title]  107/307  1745 (dated 1826)

Contents:
Abstract of title of Richard Brooking to tenement called Luggparks in Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/308  1751-1827

Contents:
Abstract of title of Joseph Cane, Henry Tucker and Jane Brooking, trustees for sale under the will of Richard Brooking of Brixton, yeoman, to overland, etc. called Leg-parks, etc.

[no title]  107/309  (no date)

Contents:
Observations by Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago on the above abstract of title.

[no title]  107/310  (no date)

Contents:
Answers to the above observations.

[no title]  107/311  1828

Contents:
Conditions of sale at a public auction at the Dolphin Inn, Newton Ferrers, of overland, tenement or farm called Leg-Parks or Lug-Parks or Luke-Parks, in Newton Ferrers, 21 acres, occupied by Edward Loud.
22 April 1828
Record of bidding (property withdrawn).
Memorandum of purchase by John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, for £660.
3 May 1828

[no title]  107/312  31 July 1828

Contents:
Affidavit by Elizabeth Brooking of Devonport, widow of Josias Rowse Brooking of Butlass in Brixton, yeoman, that the legacies under the will of Richard Brooking, her father-in-law, were paid, and the legatees are now dead; and that the legacies under her husband's will to her daughters, Mary Rowse Brooking and Agnes Brooking, have been paid.

[no title]  107/313  30 & 31 July 1828

Contents:
Lease and release of four fields, formerly one field, called Lugg Parks in Newton Ferrers.
Joseph Cane of Brixton, yeoman, Henry Tucker of Woodley, yeoman, and Jane Brooking of Holbeton, widow of Richard Brooking of Butlass, yeoman, trustees for sale under the will of Richard Brooking, to John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, or to Henry Woollcombe of Plymouth, gentleman, in trust for him.
Quitclaim by Jane Brooking and Elizabeth Brooking of Devonport, widow of Josias Rowse Brooking, to John Yonge.
Consideration: £660
5s each to Jane Brooking and Elizabeth Brooking.

[no title]  107/314  25 February 1832

Contents:
Letter from J. Yonge of Puslinch to J. Bulteel, Esq. of Lyneham (in Yealmpton) concerning deeds which prove his title to Gagford (in Holbeton).

[no title]  107/315  12 December 1852

Contents:
Receipt for title deed of the share of Rev. John Yonge in a wood at the top of Yarninchole Hill (Yarninknowle), Holbeton.
John Crocker Bulteel of Lyneham to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch.

[no title]  107/316  24 December 1838

Contents:
Bond of indemnity upon sale by Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Sir John Taylor Coleridge, knight, a Justice of Queen's Bench, of three fields at Ridgeway in Ottery St. Mary, 8a. 2r 23p., adjoining Holcombe Lane on the north, the lands of Littlewell Tenement on the south and east, and a close, late of Samuel Evans, now of Sir T.T. Coleridge, on the west; all occupied by --- Shorland.
Sir John Taylor Coleridge to Rev. John Yonge.

[no title]  107/317  October 1838

Contents:
Rough plan and measurement of the above land.

[no title]  107/318  (no date)

Contents:
Rough plan and valuation of the above land.

[no title]  107/319  13 October-31 December 1838

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the sale of the above land.
(Ten letters)

[no title]  107/320  18 July 1843

Contents:
Conveyance of tenement called Two Crosses in Newton Ferrers, containing two cottages, an orchard and field, one acre, occupied by Richard Weekes and William Sawyer.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Bargus Yonge and Duke Yonge, both of Puslinch, his sons.

Bundle marked "Alger's Purchase, September 1845"  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/321  14 February 1845

Contents:
Policy of fire insurance on five dwelling houses at Holbeton.
Atlas Assurance Company to Thomas Alger of Holbeton, painter and glazier, mortgagor, and John Avent of Modbury gentleman, mortgagee.

[no title]  107/322  14 August 1845

Contents:
Agreement by Thomas Alger to give up tenancy of field and orchard, which he leases from Rev. J. Yonge, at Michaelmas 1845

[no title]  107/323  19 September 1845

Contents:
Letter from J.H. Watts of Plymouth, on behalf of Mr. Heard of the same, to Rev. John Yonge, asking for settlement of balance of annuity due to Mrs. Heard under the will of her father, the late Mr. Alger of Holbeton out of a tenement called Duckspool in Holbeton.

[no title]  107/324  20 September 1845

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Woollcombe, Square, Stephens and Prance to Rev. John Yonge concerning the proposed purchase of land by him from Thomas Alger.

[no title]  107/325  27 September 1845

Contents:
Note of sums due on debt to Mr. Alger.

[no title]  107/326  29 September 1845

Contents:
Note of sums due under a legacy, as certified by Mr. Alger.

[no title]  107/327  1 October 1845

Contents:
Receipt for £18 5s 7d, balance of arrears of annuity payable by Mr. Alger to John Heard.
John Heard to Rev. John Yonge.

The Warren, etc. in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/328  19 December 1794

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of cottage, orchard and garden in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Nicholas Tope; ruinous cottage or plot of ground, the site of a cottage, late of Alice Earle; and plot of ground, fenced out of a close called the Warren Meadow, adjoining the cottages on west, occupied by Henry Chaffe, yeoman, as tenant of John Pollexfen Bastard, 20 perches.
John Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley (in Yealmpton), Esq., to Nicholas Tope of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Lives: Nicholas Tope, aged 64, Jane, his wife, aged 54, and Abigail, daughter of John Rich of Modbury, grocer, aged 10.
Consideration: surrender of former lease of the cottages, and 5s.
Rent: 14s p.a.

[no title]  107/329  12 November 1847

Contents:
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold estates in Kingsbridge, Salcombe, Plymstock, Aveton Gifford and Newton Ferrers, to be sold by auction at Totnes, 26-28 October 1847, by order of the devisees in trust of the late E.P. Bastard, Esq., in 95 lots.
(Gerston in West Alvington, 218 acres; Park in the same, 109 acres; Tacket Wood Quarry; Woodhouse in West Alvington, 70 acres; Woolston in the same, 69 acres; and other lands in the same.
Huckham or Huccombe Farm in Stokenham, 35 acres; Lincombe in Malborough, 75 acres; Pitt Tenement in the same, 18 acres; and other land in the same, and in Salcombe; Baiden and part of Motherhill in Malborough, 91 acres; West Batson Hall or Motherhill Farm in the same, 79 acres; Hanjer Mill in the same, 15 acres; Coombe and Evans's Coombe in the same, 29 acres.
Part of Hareston Farm in Brixton, 54 acres; East Sherford in Brixton, 80 acres; Gore in Brixton and Plymstock, 50 acres; part of Candishes Tenement at Elburton in Plymstock; and other lands in Brixton and Plymstock.
Two closes called the Warren in Newton Ferrers, 6a. 25p., with the Plantation, 1a 20p; Brooking's Tenement in the same, 1r.26p, cottage etc. in the same; public house, carpenter's shop and quay by the Yealm; and two cottages, 1r.; all in Newton Ferrers.
Lands in Aveton Gifford.)
Memoranda of purchase of Lot 75, two closes called the Warren, in Newton Ferrers, by Rev. John Yonge for £440.

[no title or date]  107/330

Contents:
West Alvington, Lots 1 - 8

[no title or date]  107/331

Contents:
West Alvington and Stokenham, Lots 9-10

[no title or date]  107/332

Contents:
Malborough, Lots 11-25 and 47

[no title or date]  107/333

Contents:
Brixton, Lots 26-51

[no title or date]  107/334

Contents:
Plymstock and Brixton, Lots 32-54 and 59-40

[no title or date]  107/335

Contents:
Plymstock, Lots 55-58 and 41-46

[no title]  107/336  28 October 1847


Related information: PWDRO 107/328

Contents:
Abstract of the lease relating to Lot 79 in the sale held at Totnes on 28 October 1847

[no title]  107/337  1843-1848

Contents:
Abstract of the lease relating to Lot 75 in the same sale.
Lease for 14 years of tenement called Warren in Newton Ferrers, 5a.2r.33p.
Sir John Leman Rogers, baronet, Ven. Robert Hurrell Froude and Henry Karslake, gentleman, devisees in trust under the will of Edmund Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., to Agnes Southwood of Yealmpton, widow, and Nicholas Southwood of the same, butcher.
Consideration: rent reserved
Rent: £54 18s 8d p.a.
18 December 1843
Enclosed: letter from Robert Stephens to Rev. John Yonge concerning legal arrangements for his purchase of Lots 75 and 79.
13 March 1848

[no title]  107/338  25 March 1848

Contents:
Conveyance of two fields called the Warren in Newton Ferrers, 6a.0r.25p., occupied by Agnes and Nicholas Southwood; and plot of land, now a plantation, in Newton Ferrers, 1a.0r.20p., occupied by Ven. Robert Hurrell Froude, Archdeacon of Totnes and Rector of Dartington, and Henry Karslake of Regent Street in St. James, Westminster, gentleman, surviving devisees in trust of Edmund Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley, Esq; and two cottages with an orchard and garden in Newton Ferrers, one rood, occupied by Abigail Rich.
Robert Hurrell Froude and Henry Karslake to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration: £558

[no title]  107/339  25 March 1848

Contents:
Covenant for production of title deeds, as listed in a schedule (1754-1848). Ven. Robert Hurrell Froude and Henry Karslake to Rev. John Yonge.

[no title]  107/340  25 March 1848

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Karslake, Cralock and Karslake, at Seven Stars (Hotel), Totnes, to Rev. John Yonge, acknowledging receipt of £575, and reporting despatch of title deeds to him

Furzy Downs in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/341  19 May 1724-23 February 1848

Contents:
Abstract of title of surviving devisees in trust under the will of late Edmund Pollexfen Bastard, Esq. to two closes of land called Furzy Downs, 13a.1r.22p., in Newton Ferrers.
(118 sheets)

[no title]  107/342  8 April-11 April 1849

Contents:
Abstract of title of Henry Richard Roe, Esq. to two fields called Great and Little Furzy Downs in Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/343  No date (1850)

Contents:
Note of areas of lands to be exchanged with Mr. Roe.

[no title]  107/344  April-December 1850

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe, Square, Stephens and Prance for legal services to Rev. John Yonge, concerning the exchange of land with H.R. Roe.

[no title]  107/345  16 December 1850


Related information: (see PWDRO 107/281)

Contents:
Appointment and bargain and sale of field called Great Furzey Down or Great Furze Down, 8a. 2r. 34p., No. 426 on Tithe Map; and field called Little Furzey Down or Little Furze Down, 4a.2r.28p., No. 425 on Tithe Map; both in Newton Ferrers, and occupied by Thomas Barratt.
Henry Richard Roe of Gnaton Hall in Newton Ferrers, Esq. to Rt. Hon. John, Baron Seaton of Seaton, to the use of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, for life, and then for his wife, etc. as in a marriage settlement dated 23 & 24 March 1813.
Consideration: conveyance of Eastern, Middle and Western Gill Downs, part of a tenement called Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers, and £45, from John Yonge.
5s. from Lord Seaton.

[no title]  107/346  December 1850-April 1853

Contents:
Correspondence with Messrs. Woollcombe, Square, Stephens and Prance and with Thomas Kelly of Yealmpton, concerning the above exchange, and production of deeds.
(Four letters)

[no title]  107/347  15 April 1851

Contents:
Letter from Woollcombe & Co. to Rev. John Yonge concerning a purchase of lands (in Holbeton?) by Mr. Andrews, and requesting the production of certain deeds.

[no title]  107/348  25 November 1858

Contents:
Conveyance of piece of land or orchard, 28 perches, in Torr, Newton Ferrers, adjoining lands of John Yonge on north, west and south, and highway on east, late of James Wilmot as tenant to Robert Charlick, yeoman, then of Robert Charlick, then of John Charlick as tenant, then of William Holberton, and now of John Yonge.
William Holberton of Plymouth, gentleman, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk and widower.
Consideration: £37 10s.

[no title]  107/349  21 October 1858

Contents:
Letter from William Holberton to Rev. John Yonge concerning legal arrangements for the sale of Charlick's Orchard (as above).

[no title]  107/350  26 November 1858

Contents:
Letter from the same, forwarding the conveyance.

[no title]  107/351  November 1869

Contents:
Particulars of proposed will of Rev. John Yonge.

Two Cottages and Land at Newton Ferrers - Site for Village School  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/352  31 December 1814

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of plot of land where a dwelling house formerly stood, formerly occupied by Richard Clarke, deceased, in the village of Newton Ferrers, bounded by the highway on north, west and south, and by the house or Philip Leight Anthony on east: being part of the moiety of the manor of Newton Ferrers owned by Henry Roe.
Henry Roe of Gnaton, Newton Ferrers, Esq. to William Miller of Revelstoke, mason.
Lives. William Miller, aged 25, Jenny, his wife, aged 27, and Arthur Miller, his brother, aged 17.
Consideration: 5s. and covenant to build a house on the land.
Rent: 5s p.a.

[no title or date]  107/353

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/354  1819-1862

Contents:
Abstract or title of Rev. Henry Farwell Roe, as mortgagee, to cottages and lands, numbered 707, 709 and 710 on tithe map, in Newton Ferrers, a cottage and garden occupied by James Sims, a field occupied by William Stephenson, a garden occupied by William Miller and John Penwell, and the cottage and garden (as above).

[no title]  107/355  1848

Contents:
Additional abstract of title of Rev. H. F. Roe to the same.

[no title]  107/356  No date

Contents:
Two copies of part of Newton Ferrers tithe map, 1839, showing the cottages and land (as above).

[no title]  107/357  17 December 1861; Proved 19 June 1866

Contents:
Copy of will of Sir Philip Perring of Albion House in Withycombe Raleigh, baronet.
All property to Frances Mary, his wife.

[no title]  107/358  31 December 1873

Contents:
Conveyance of cottage, occupied as two tenements by James Sims the elder and James Sims the younger, at the corner of the highway from the church to the village of Newton Ferrers, adjoining cottage of --- Anthony on east; site of cottage, mostly demolished, occupied by Betsy Jones, adjoining the first cottage on east; and two gardens occupied by Henry Williams and Charles Weekes, on east and south of the first cottage and the site of a cottage; 33 1/2 perches, No. 710 on Tithe Map; and field occupied by William Stevenson, adjoining the above lands on north 1r. 5p., No. 709 on Tithe Map; all which adjoin the highway on north and west, the lands of Henry Farwell Roe on south, and the lands of --- Holberton on east.
Rev. Henry Farwell Roe, late of Lesnewth Rectory, Cornwall, but now of Revelstoke, clerk, mortgagee, Henry Richard Roe, late of Newton Ferrers, but now of Plymouth, Esq., mortgagor, and Dame Frances Mary Perring of Albion House, Withycombe Raleigh, widow of Sir Philip Perring, baronet, creditor of both Rev. H.F. Roe and H.R. Roe, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Court in Newton Ferrers, clerk.
Consideration: £320 to Dame F.M. Perring
5s each to Rev. H. F. Roe and H. R. Roe.

[no title]  107/359  22 July 1873

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Stephens, Prance and Jago, solicitors, for legal services in connection with the purchase of two cottages and a plot of land at Newton Ferrers from H. R. Roe, as a site for a village school.

[no title]  107/360  1 January 1874

Contents:
Authorisation to pay £320 to Rev. Farwell Roe, in payment for lands in Newton Ferrers conveyed by Frances Mary Perring, widow and executrix of Sir Philip Perring, baronet, Rev. Henry Farwell Roe and Henry Richard Roe to Rev. Duke Yonge.
Frances Mary Perring to Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/361  26 January 1874

Contents:
Affidavit by Henry Richard Roe, late of Gnaton, Newton Ferrers, now of Plymouth, Esq., that he mortgaged to Rev. Henry Farwell Roe, his son, in 1862, a cottage occupied as two tenements by Samuel Tims the elder and Samuel Tims the younger, at the corner of the road from Newton Ferrers church to the village, together with gardens, 33 1/2 perches, and a field, 1r. 5p. occupied by William Stevenson, adjoining the cottage to the south; which are now to be conveyed with his concurrence to Rev. Duke Yonge of Court in Newton Ferrers.
Declarations concerning incumbrances, etc.

MANORIAL RECORDS, MANOR OF PUSLINCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/362  (12 December 1407)

Contents:
Extract of Court Roll.
Monday after Conception of Blessed Virgin Mary, 9 Henry IV

[no title]  107/363  1430-1432

Contents:
Court Roll
Monday after St. Nicholas, 9 Henry VI (11 December 1430)
Tuesday before St. Hilary, 9 Henry VI (9 January 1430/1)
Monday before SS. Philip & James, 9 Henry VI (30 April 1431)
Monday before St. James, apostle, 9 Henry VI (23 July 1431)
Monday after St. Martin, 10 Henry VI (12 November 1431)
Monday after Annunciation, 10 Henry VI (31 March 1432)
(One membrane)
Rental of free tenants of Margaret Mowne from the dower of John Upton (in Altarnun?). (Written on the dorse of a fragment of a court roll of Stapelford Abbot (Stapleford Abbots, Essex), Friday after St. James ---)
(One membrane)
Rental of the manor of Puslinch No date
(One sheet, paper)

[no title]  107/364  1432-1433

Contents:
Court Roll
St. Augustine, 10 Henry VI (26 May or 28 August 1432)
Saturday after Epiphany, 11 Henry VI (10 January 1432/3)
Tuesday before St. James, 11 Henry VI (21 July 1433)
Monday after St. Lucy, 12 Henry VI (14 December 1433)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/365  1434-1435

Contents:
Court Roll
Monday after St. George, 12 Henry VI (26 April 1434)
Monday before St. Margaret, 12 Henry VI (19 July 1434)
Thursday after Epiphany, 13 Henry VI (13 January 1434/5)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/366  1435-1436

Contents:
Court Roll
Tuesday before Annunciation, 13 Henry VI (22 March 1435)
Wednesday after St. James, 13 Henry VI (27 July 1435)
Monday before St. Nicholas, 14 Henry VI (5 December 1435)
Monday before Purification, 14 Henry VI (30 January 1435/6)
Monday after Annunciation, 14 Henry VI (26 March 1436)
Monday after St. Margaret, 14 Henry VI (23 July 1436)
Thursday before St. Denis, 15 Henry VI (4 October 1436)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/367  1436-1438

Contents:
Court Roll
Wednesday before St. Nicholas, 15 Henry VI (5 December 1436)
Wednesday before Purification, 15 Henry VI (30 January 1436/7)
Monday before St. George, 15 Henry VI (22 April 1437)
Saturday before St. Augustine, 15 Henry VI (25 May or 24 August 1437)
Wednesday after Exaltation of Cross, 16 Henry VI (18 September 1437)
Thursday before St. Peter's Chair, 16 Henry VI (20 February 1437/8)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/368  1438-1440

Contents:
Court Roll
Wednesday after Annunciation, 16 Henry VI (26 March 1438)
Saturday, vigil of Conversion of St. Paul, 17 Henry VI (24 January 1438/9)
Friday before St. Laurence, 17 Henry VI (7 August 1439)
Friday before Christmas, 19 Henry VI (23 December 1440)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/369  1440-1441

Contents:
Court Roll
Saturday after St. Gregory, 19 Henry VI (18 March 1440/1)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/370  1441-1444

(the last few courts are mostly illegible)

Contents:
Court Roll
Saturday before St. Dunstan, 19 Henry VI (13 May 1441)
Saturday before St. George, 20 Henry VI (21 April 1442)
Saturday after Beheading of St. John Baptist, 21 Henry VI (1 September 1442)
Saturday after St. Michael, 21 Henry VI (6 October 1442)
Friday after Annunciation, 21 Henry VI (29 March 1443)
Thursday after Easter, 21 Henry VI (25 April 1443)
Saturday after Pentecost, 21 Henry VI (15 June 1443)
Saturday after St. James, apostle, 22 Henry VI (sic) (27 July 1443)
Saturday after St. Michael, 22 Henry VI (5 October 1443)
Tuesday before St. Leonard, apostle (sic), 22 Henry VI (5 November 1443)
Monday after St. Andrew, 22 Henry VI (2 December 1443)
Monday before Christmas, 22 Henry VI (23 December 1443)
Friday after Easter, 22 Henry VI (17 April 1444)
Saturday after ---
Tuesday --- 24 Henry VI
---
----
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/371  1448-1450

(five membranes, the last somewhat damaged and discoloured)

Contents:
Court Roll
Friday after St. Augustine, 26 Henry VI (31 May 1448)
Thursday before Nativity of St. John Baptist, 26 Henry VI (20 June 1448)
Friday before St. Margaret, virgin, 26 Henry VI (19 July 1448)
Monday before Assumption, 26 Henry VI (12 August 1448)
Friday before Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary, 26 Henry VI (sic) (6 September 1448)
Tuesday after All Saints, 27 Henry VI (5 November 1448)
Thursday before St. Catherine, 27 Henry VI (21 November 1448)
Tuesday after St. Nicholas, 27 Henry VI (10 December 1448)
Friday after St. Maur, 27 Henry VI (17 January 1448/9)
Wednesday before St. Valentine, 27 Henry VI (12 February 1448/9)
Monday after St. David, 27 Henry VI (3 March 1448/9)
Friday after Annunciation, 27 Henry VI (28 March 1449)
Monday after Close of Easter, 27 Henry VI (21 April 1449)
Monday after St. John before Latin Gate, 27 Henry VI (12 May 1449)
Tuesday before St. Michael, 28 Henry VI (23 September 1449)
Wednesday after St. Martin, 28 Henry VI (12 November 1449)
Thursday before St. Thomas, 28 Henry VI (18 December 1449)
Thursday after St. Mathias, 28 Henry VI (26 February 1449/50)
Friday after Annunciation, 28 Henry VI (27 March 1450)
Wednesday, St. John before Latin Gate, 28 Henry VI (6 May 1450)
Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 28 Henry VI (16 June 1450)
Friday before St. James, apostle, 28 Henry VI (24 July 1450)
Saturday before St. Bartholomew, 28 Henry VI (22 August 1450)

[no title]  107/372  1460-1461

Contents:
Court Roll
Friday after St. Gregory, 1 Edward IV (13 March 1460/1)
Finding of Holy Cross, 1 Edward IV (3 May 1461)
St. Margaret, 1 Edward IV (20 July 1461)
(One membrane)

[no title]  107/373  1467-1469

(four membranes, three of them shrunken and distorted)

Contents:
Court Roll
Thursday after St. Luke, 7 Edward IV (22 October 1467)
20 December, 7 Edward IV (1467)
1 January, 7 Edward IV (1467/8)
3 March, 7 Edward IV (1467/8)
20 June, (8 Edward IV 1468)
20 August, 8 Edward IV (1468)
Thursday after St. Luke, 8 Edward IV (20 October 1468)
St. Catherine, 8 Edward IV (25 November 1468)
Monday after Epiphany, 8 Edward IV (9 January 1468/9)
Monday after St. Gregory, 8 Edward IV (sic) (13 March 1468/9)
Tuesday after St. George, 9 Edward IV (25 April 1469)
Monday after Nativity of St. John Baptist, 9 Edward IV (26 June 1469)

[no title]  107/374  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
Order for summoning conventionary tenants to appear at Torr in the manor of Puslinch on Tuesday next at a manor court.

[no title]  107/375  28 April 1732

Contents:
Presentment of jury
George Ley, gentleman presented for not appearing, as there was a dispute about a tree in a garden called Dixton.
Benjamin Leigh, William Gloyne and Ellis Dean admitted tenants.
Jury: Robert Brooking(e) Nicholas Gee
John Holberton Richard Port
George Curteis (Courteis) William Gloyen (Gloyn)
William Holberton John Warham
William Port Andrew Baker
John Combe Benjamin Leigh
Martin Dunn Elias Dean
Lord of the manor. James Yonge, Esq.
Bailiff: Edward Sparke, gentleman.

[no title]  107/376  17 May 1748

Contents:
Presentment of the homage.
All tenants presented for not appearing.
George Curties presented for polling half an ash tree upon Torr Ley.
Mrs. Upton presented for not keeping up a gate in the midst of Redbury Lane.
Homage: William Holbeton John Walke
Arthur Courtis (Corties) Nicholas Gee
Lord of the manor: Rev. John Yonge.

[no title]  107/377  5 May 1749

Contents:
Presentment of the homage.
Cristerfer Walke and Elizabeth Brocking presented as conventionary tenants for not appearing.
Homage: William Holberton Nicholas Gee
John Hamlyn (Hamblyn) John Walk (Walke)
Lord of the manor. Rev. John Yonge

LEASES  [no ref. or date]

NEWTON FERRERS  [no ref. or date]

Roweter Parkes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/378  (6 November 1396)

Contents:
Lease of close called Rowetor Parkes, with a meadow adjacent, in the manor of Poselynch, formerly of John Pound and
Henry Cornw, Matilda, his wife, and John Moun, son and heir of William Moun, to Richard Moun, for life, at rent of 16s, and then to Joan, his wife, and Joan, his daughter, for life.
Witnesses Roger Batyn, Richard Denyel, Walter William, Richard Bela, Thomas Telin the elder.
At Poselynch, Sunday after All Saints, 20 Richard II

[no title]  107/379  (6 November 1396)

Contents:
Counterpart lease (as above) of close called Rowetor Parkes, with a meadow adjacent, in the manor of Poselynch, formerly of John Pound and
Henry Cornw, Matilda, his wife, and John Moun, son and heir of William Moun, to Richard Moun, for life, at rent of 16s, and then to Joan, his wife, and Joan, his daughter, for life.
Witnesses Roger Batyn, Richard Denyel, Walter William, Richard Bela, Thomas Telin the elder.
At Poselynch, Sunday after All Saints, 20 Richard II

Middelmede  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/380  (30 August 1412)

Contents:
Demise for four years of a close called Middelmede in the manor of Puslinch.
John Mohun to Stephen Lantreom and John Russel, at peppercorn rent. Witnesses.
John Silverlok, Richard Mohun, Roger Baton, Henry Piers, At Yealmpton, Tuesday after Beheading of St. John Baptist, 13 Henry IV.

[no title]  107/381  1 October, 2 Henry V (1414)

Contents:
Demise for ten years of close called Middelmede in the manor of Puslinch.
John Mohun of Puslinch to Stephen Lantron and John Russell of Yealhampton (Yealmpton), at rent of grain of corn.
Witnesses: John Silverlokes, Richard Mohun, Roger Batyn, Henry Piers.

[no title]  107/382  (1416)

Contents:
Demise for eighteen years of a close called Middelmede in the manor of Puslinch.
John Mohun of Puslinch to John Russel of Yealmpton, at rent of grain of corn.
Witnesses. Richard Mohun, Roger Batyn, John Holbaton, Henry Piers, Richard Ayscombe.
At Puslinch, 1 October, 4 Henry V

[no title]  107/383  (11 May 1427)

Contents:
Demise for 13 1/2 years of a close called Myddelmede in the manor of Puslinch.
William Mohun of Puslinch to John Russell of Yealmpton at rent of a grain of corn.
Witnesses: Richard Mohun, Roger Batyn, John Holbaton, John Gylle of Ayscomb, Richard Ayscomb.
At Puslinch, Sunday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 5 Henry VI

Redeby and Lytelmoreparkes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/384  (25 September 1413)

Contents:
Lease for fifty years of close called Redeby and close called Lytelmorparkes, in the manor of Puslinch.
John Moun to William More, Isabel, his wife, and Margery and Alice, his daughters.
Rent 11s 4d p.a.
Witnesses: Robert Godestote, Thomas Pollokysfen, John Pollokysfen, Ralph Walter, Thomas Tylya.
At Puslinch, Monday before St. Michael, 1 Henry V

[no title]  107/385  (11 January 1427/8)

Contents:
Inspeximus and confirmation by William Moun, son and heir of John Moun, of lease for fifty years of close called Rydeby and close called Lytelmore Parkes (as above).
Witnesses: Richard Trybi, Rector of Newton Ferrers, John Russell, Richard Gybbe.
At Puslinch, Sunday after Epiphany, 6 Henry VI

[no title]  107/386  (29 September 1465)

Contents:
Demise for ten years of close in Torr, late of William Wylke, adjoining closes of John Marke and Robert Danyell, on east of road to Newton Ferrers.
William (Mowne) to John Prydeaux of Stone, at rent of grain of corn.
Witnesses: Robert Danyell, John Wyllyam the younger, Robert Cely.
St. Michael, 5 Edward IV

[no title]  107/387  15 January, 7 Henry VII (1491/2)

Contents:
Lease for eight years of messuages and lands in Puslinch.
John Uppeton, lord of the manor of Puslinch, to Richard Lake and Agnes, his wife.
Rent: £8 p.a.
Witnesses: John Halwyll, knight, William Fortescu, Esq., John Clerke.

Messuage, etc. (Curtis' Tenement) at Torr in Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/388  1719-1759

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. with orchard and herbgarden, in Lower Torr in Newton Ferrers, in possession of Elizabeth Upton and James Yonge.
Elizabeth Upton and James Yonge of Plymouth, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to Arthur Courties of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: Arthur Courties, and Arthur and Elias, sons of Robert Courties of Revelstoke, mariner.
Consideration: £120
Rent: 8s p.a.
30 January 1719/20
Enclosed: note of lease for 99 years or three lives of an unnamed property (as in old lease). Mrs. Yonge and Mrs. Upton to Elizabeth Brooking of Newton Ferrers, widow. Lives: lessee, aged 56, Margaret, her daughter, aged 14, and John, son of John Holbeton of Yealmpton, gentleman.
Consideration. £25.
Rent: 8s p.a.
12 December 1759

[no title]  107/389  17 June 1759

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, orchard, herbgarden, etc. in Lower Torr, Newton Ferrers, late of Arthur Courteis, yeoman, deceased, now of Elizabeth Brooking.
Elizabeth Upton of Plymouth, spinster, and Mary Yonge of the same, widow of James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., to Elizabeth Brooking of Newton Ferrers, widow.
Lives: lessee, aged 56, Margaret Brooking, her daughter, aged 14, and John, son of John Holberton of Yealmpton, gentleman, aged 17.
Consideration: £25
Rent: 8s p.a.

[no title]  107/390  11 February 1789

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of tenement, etc. called Curtis's Tenement, ¼ acre, in Newton Ferrers, late occupied by Joseph Phillips, now by the lessee.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Witheridge of Yealmpton, mason.
Lives: lessee, William and James Witheridge, his brothers.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £10 10s.
Rent: 8s p.a.

[no title]  107/391  30 October 1793

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of tenement, etc. called Curtis' Tenement, ¼ acre, in Newton Ferrers, late of Joseph Philips, now of William Salmon and others.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, by request of John Witheridge, late of Yealmpton, now of Plymouth, mason, former lessee, to Henry Chaffe the elder of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: Henry Chaffe the younger, aged 22, Susannah Chaffe, aged 21, and Richard Chaffe, aged 14, sons and daughter of the lessee.
Consideration: surrender of former lease.
Rent: 8s p.a.

[no title or date]  107/392

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title or date]  107/393

Contents:
Copy of the above.

[no title]  107/394  (undated?)

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives of house, herb garden, etc. in Newton Ferrers, occupied by Richard Lavers the younger, as tenant of Henry Chaffe.
Henry Chaffe of Yealmpton, carpenter and joiner, to George Jeffery of Yealmpton, husbandman.

[no title]  107/395  1818-1868

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of plot of ground in Newton Ferrers village called the land belonging to the heirs of Uppeton, with three small dwelling houses erected thereon by the lessee, with herbgarden.
Rev. John Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk, to John Pope of Newton Ferrers, carpenter.
Lives: lessee, aged 31, Elizabeth, aged 3, and Jane, aged 1 ½, his daughters.
Consideration: 5s
Rent: 5s p.a.
5 January 1818
Enclosed: copy of letter to Mr. Pope concerning the above lease.
3 September 1868

Willow Sets  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also No. PWDRO/107/409)

[no title]  107/396  1745-1747

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement between John Yonge of Puslinch and John Jenkyn (or Jenkins) of Plymouth, basket maker.
John Jenkin owes £20 4s 4d to John Yonge. He is to have the willow sets at Puslinch Bridge, under Great Headon Wood and under Little Wrescombe, during their lives, at rent of £8 10s p.a.
19 March 1745/6
On dorse: note of payment of rents and money owed by Jenkyn.
Christmas 1745 - Christmas 1747

[no title]  107/397  16 December ---

Contents:
Note of payments by Jenkyns.

Collaton Barton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/398  1843-1857

Contents:
Lease for six years of barton or farm called Collaton in Newton Ferrers, with messuage, etc. 220 acres, reserving minerals and timber, and right of way on road from Collaton Cross to Collaton Wood.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Cornthwaite of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £225 p.a.
28 November 1857
Enclosed. slip of paper with date, July 10, 1843.

[no title]  107/399  26 July 1865

Contents:
Lease for twelve years of barton or farm called Collaton in Newton Ferrers.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Charles Cornthwaite of Collaton in Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £235 p.a.

[no title]  107/400  6 April-23 November 1875

Contents:
Notes about Mr. Charles Cornthwaite's notices of intention to give up the tenancy of Collaton Barton, and his conditions for a renewal.

[no title]  107/401  10 February 1876

Contents:
Draft letter from Rev. John Yonge to Mr. Cornthwaite, informing him that an exchange of Collaton Barton for the Parsonage and Luke Parks will not now be possible.

[no title]  107/402  6 March 1876

Contents:
Copy of letter from Rev. John Yonge to Samuel Adams, estate agent, of Plympton, asking him for his services in finding a new tenant for Collaton Barton.

[no title]  107/403  7 March 1876

Contents:
Reply from Samuel Adams, making an appointment.

[no title]  107/404  20 March 1876

Contents:
Notice by Charles Cornthwaite to Samuel W. Adams of his intention to give up the tenancy.

[no title]  107/405  21 July 1876

Contents:
Similar notice to Rev. John Yonge.

[no title]  107/406  1876

Contents:
Notebook with field names and areas, as in the plan below.

[no title]  107/407  1877

Contents:
Rough plan of Collaton in Newton Ferrers, showing field names and areas. Copied 1877

[no title]  107/408  10 March 1877

Contents:
Letter from Charles Cornthwaite to Rev. J. Yonge, bidding farewell as a tenant.

Manor of Puslinch  [no ref. or date]

Gloyne's Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/409  1749

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, little barn, herbgarden and orchard, with field or meadow and coppice wood adjoining, 3 acres, part of manor of Puslinch in Newton Ferrers, late of William Gloyen, now of Philip Davis; and four willow plots, one under Great Headon Wood, one adjoining higher side of Puslinch Bridge, one under Little Wrescombe, and one at Greenage, all part of the barton of Puslinch, late of John Jenkins, basket-maker.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to William Pike of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Lives: William Pike, Margaret, his wife, and Mary, their daughter.
Consideration: £52 10s.
Rent: 5s p.a. for messuage, etc.
£4 4s p.a. for willow plots.
24 June 1749
Enclosed: agreement by William Pike to accept a lease of Gloyen's Tenement and the willow plots.
6 May 1749

[no title]  107/410  28 December 1749

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. (as above) late of William Gloyen, now of Philip Davis.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to William Gascoigne of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: lessee, Agnes Lapthorn of Yealmpton, spinster, and Thomas Lapthorn, her brother.
Consideration: £52 10s
Rent: 5s p.a.

[no title or date]  107/411

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/412  ---1782

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of messuage, little barn, herb garden, orchard, little field and coppice, 3 acres, in manor of Puslinch, late of William Gloyen, then of Philip Davis.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to --- Roche of Newton Ferrers, spinster, the term to commence from the death of Samuel Lapthorn.
Lives: lessee, aged 30, and John Came, aged 28.
Consideration: £20
Rent: 5s p.a.
(Not executed)

Walke's Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/413  23 November 1703

Contents:
Memorandum that Fredericke Walke, in consideration of a surrender and --- pounds and a guinea in gold for a fine, holds all that one h---, orchard, herbgarden and two closes of land, etc. in Newton Ferrers, for 99 years.
Lives: lessee, Christopher Walke and Sarah Walke, his son and daughter.

[no title]  107/414  25 March 1752

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives of house, orchard, herbgarden, two closes of land at Torr in Newton Ferrers called the Higher Caddelons and the Lower Caddelons, 2 acres, all late of Christopher Walke, deceased, but now of Frederick Walke, his son.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Frederick Walke of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: lessee, and Gertrude Walke of Yealmpton, spinster, his sister.
Consideration: £42.
Rent: £1 6s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/415  24 January 1757

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives of house, etc. (as above), late of Frederick Walke, now of John Fowler.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Fowler of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Lives: lessee and Emlin, his wife.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £6 6s.
Rent: £1 6s 8d p.a.
24 January 1757
Enclosed: surrender of lease of the above house and lands.
John Fowler to John Yonge.
Consideration: 5s.

[no title]  107/416  29 April 1771

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of house, etc. (as in no. 414), occupied by John Fowler, (now Caddesons, not Caddelons).
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Fowler of Yealmpton, yeoman, the term to commence from the deaths of Frederick Walke of Yealmpton, yeoman, and Gertrude Walke, his sister.
Life: Mary Down of Newton Ferrers, spinster.
Consideration: £8
Rent: £1 6s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/417  20 April 1779

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of house, etc. (as in 107/414), occupied by John Fowler.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Fowler of Yealmpton, yeoman, the term to commence from the deaths of the lessee and Mary Penwill (formerly Down).
Life: John Fowler, son of the lessee.
Consideration: £7
Rent: £1 6s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/418  14 March 1785

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of house, etc. (as in no. 414), occupied by Jane Fowler.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Jane Fowler of Yealmpton, widow, the term to commence from the deaths of John Fowler, son of the lessee, and Mary Penwill, formerly Down.
Life: the lessee
Consideration: £7
Rent: £1 6s 8d p.a.

Gee's Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/419  25 March 1759

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. called Gee's Tenement in Newton Ferrers, late of Nicholas Gee, yeoman, as tenant to John Yonge; barn, three orchards, and closes called Higher Meadow, Lower Meadow, Stone Park, Church Park, Broadpark, the Coppice and waste adjoining, Mill Park and common at the bottom thereof, Gaddlehays Way, Rough Torrs, Middle Rough Torrs, Rocky Rough Torrs, and Long or Lang Park, 41 acres in all.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Samuel Algar the younger of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: Samuel Algar, son of the lessee, John Holberton, son of John Holberton of Yealmpton, gentleman, aged 13, and Wilmot Algar, wife of the lessee, aged 29.
Consideration: £400
Rent: £4 13s 4d p.a.

[no title]  107/420  29 January 1819

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.
Enclosed: memorandum of agreement for assignment of lease of Gee's Tenement at rent payable to Samuel Algar of £57 9s 4d p.a.
Samuel Algar to Rev. John Yonge.

Coombe Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/421  20 June 1741

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of cottage, close of land, etc. part now an orchard, ½ acres; little meadow, 20 perches; and common of pasture on waste called Torney, on south side of Torr Bridge, adjoining the close.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., to John Walke of Yealmpton, husbandman.
Lives: John Walke, Sarah, his wife, and Sarah, their daughter.
Consideration: £42 and a golden guinea.
Rent: 13s 4d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/422

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/423  14 December 1758

Contents:
Quitclaim in discharge of mortgage of lease (as above). Arthur Courtis of Wembury, gentleman, mortgagee, to Nathaniel Willing of Wembury, woolcomber, and Sarah, his wife, administratrix of John Walke of Wembury, her former husband, mortgagor.
Assignment of the lease (as above).
Nathaniel Willing and Sarah, his wife, to John Ellis of Worsewell in Revelstoke, yeoman.
Consideration: 5s to Courtis.
£42 to Nathaniel Willing and Sarah, his wife.

[no title]  107/424  6 February 1764

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of cottage and close of land, part now an orchard, 1½ acres; orchard, formerly a little meadow, 20 perches, adjoining, and common of pasture on waste called Torr-ley, on south of Torr Bridge.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Ellis of Worsell in Revelstoke, yeoman, the term to commence from the death of Sarah Walke, daughter of John Walke of Yealmpton, husbandman, deceased.
Lives: Mary Walke, daughter of John Walke, aged 24, and Wilmot Gloyen, daughter of Richard Gloyen of Yealmpton, hellier, aged 4.
Consideration: £36
Rent: 13s 4d.

[no title or date]  107/425

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/426  1 January 1810

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of cottage, etc. (as above).
John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to John Rowe of Yealmpton, carpenter, the term to commence from the death of Wilmot Crispin, formerly Gloyen.
Lives: Richard Rowe, aged 30, and James Rowe, aged 23, sons of the lessee.
Consideration: £100
Rent: 13s 4d p.a.

[no title]  107/427  1855

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.
Enclose:-
Letter from Edmonds and Sons of 8 Parade, Plymouth, to Rev. John Yonge concerning intended sale by Richard Rowe of a cider mill built by him on land leased by him.
23 August 1855
Letter from Stephens, France & Co. to the same concerning the same.
30 August 1855
Draft and second draft of letter from Rev. John Yonge at Great Malvern concerning the same.
1 September 1855
(One written on back of printed notes about regulations for stamped and unstamped newspapers sent by post)

Courtis Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/428  28 July 1740

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of cottage, orchard, parcel of land, now two closes, adjoining, called the Ham, 3 acres, with common of pasture and forestry on the waste land called the Ley between Torr Bridge and the cottage, all in Lower Torr in Newton Ferrers, occupied by George Curties, the term to commence from deaths of George Curties and John Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to George Curties of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Life: John, son of Samuel Algar of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: £12 10s
Rent: 3s 4d.

[no title]  107/429  6 September 1749

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of cottage, etc. (as above).
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to George Curteis of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, the term to commence from deaths of George Curteis and John, son of Samuel Algar of Torr, yeoman.
Life: John, son of John Algar of Torr, yeoman.
Consideration: £18
Rent: 5s p.a.

[no title]  107/430  16 October 1777

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years, determinable on the death of John Algar of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, of cottage, etc. (as in no. 107/428).
John Harris, Christopher Harris and George Herbert the younger of Plymouth, bankers and lately copartners, trustees for sale of John Algar, to Elizabeth Yonge of Newton Ferrers, widow.
Consideration: £48.

Great Ashcombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/431  25 March 1756

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. called Great Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers, late of Francis Southcote, but now of Samuel Algar as tenant to John Yonge.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Samuel Algar the younger of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: lessee, Wilmot, his wife, and Elizabeth, their daughter.
Consideration: surrender of former lease of 1755 for two lives, and £330.
Rent: £2 18s 4d, and fat capon or 1s 4d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/432

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/433  21 June 1786

Contents:
Lease for seven or fourteen years of messuage called Great Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers.
Wilmet Algar of Newton Ferrers, widow, to Robert Collins of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £40 p.a.

Rowetorrs  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/434  4 March 1735

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of tenement called Rowetorrs, with Leaver Meadow adjoining, in Newton Ferrers, part of manor of Puslinch, occupied by William Barratt.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to William Barratt of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, the term to commence from deaths of Amey Hardin and Honor Turtle, widow, of Churchestow.
Life. Thomasin Gande of Brixton, widow.
Consideration: £57 10s, and one golden guinea.
Rent: 26s 8d p.a.

[no title]  107/435  1771-1824

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of six fields or closes called Row Rowtors in the manor of Puslinch, Newton Ferrers, late occupied by John Algar as undertenant to Nicholas Shepheard, yeoman, now by the lessee.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Philip Leight of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Lives: Mary Leight, aged 25, and Philip Leight the younger, aged 19, children of the lessee, and Joseph Baker, aged 14, son of John Baker of Holbeton, yeoman.
Consideration: £160
Rent: 21s p.a.
25 December 1771
Enclosed: memorandum of lease of the same during the remainder of the above term.
Philip Leight Anthony of Train in Wembury, Esq to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Rent: £43 p. a.
9 December 1824

[no title or date]  107/436

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Barts Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/437  No date (late 18th century?)

Contents:
Note of conditions of proposed lease of Torr Estate to Mr. Holberton, the cottages to be charged at £1 11s 6d each.

Hardings Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/438  20 December 1769

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, orchard, etc. called Foxes Tenement at Torr in Newton Ferrers, occupied by John Yonge.
John Yonge of Puslinch; Esq. to Edward Rowe of Yealmpton, carpenter.
Lives: lessee, aged 30, Elizabeth, his wife, aged 34, and Edward, their son, aged 4.
Consideration: £220 6s.
Rent: 6s 8d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/439

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/440  5 October 1778

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, orchard, etc. called Foxes Tenement, at Torr in Newton Ferrers.
Thomas Cleather of Plymouth, gentleman, to John Fowler of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Lives: Edward Rowe, Elizabeth, his wife, and Edward, their son.
Consideration: £21.

Heards Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/441  20 October 1740

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of messuage and two orchards, with closes called Great Broadparke, Little Broadparke, the Slade, the two Heards Hills, eight acres, at Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers, occupied by John Brooking, with right of way through the Townplace of another messuage of John Brooking, and so towards Ashcombe Hill.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to John Brooking of Newton Ferrers, yeoman, the term to commence from the death of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Phillips of Yealmpton, yeoman, formerly Elizabeth Brooking.
Lives: John Brooking and Samuel, son of Samuel Algar of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.
Consideration: £60 and golden guinea.
Rent: 20s p.a.

[no title]  107/442  25 March 1774

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, two orchards, closes called Great Broad Park, Little Broad Park, the Slade, two Heards Hills, 8 acres, in Newton Ferrers, late occupied by John Brooking.
William Evans of West Alvington, clerk, to James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration: £42

Gees Cottage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/443  1782

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. with herb garden, 30 perches, in the manor of Puslinch, Newton Ferrers, late occupied by John Knight of Newton Ferrers, thatcher.
James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to John Hedge of Newton Ferrers, husbandman.
Lives: Sarah, aged 4, and Elizabeth, aged 1, daughters of the lessee, and Anne Hodge, late Anne Williams of Newton Ferrers, aged 34, his wife.
Consideration: £20
Rent: 1s p.a.

Ashcombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/444  7 June 1864

Contents:
Two copies of printed notice announcing proposed letting for fourteen years from Ladyday 1865 of capital farm called Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers, 148 acres, containing 5 acres orchard, 25 acres meadow and pasture, and 117 acres arable.

Rectory of Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

Glebe Cottage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/445  25 March 1819

Contents:
Counterpart lease for three lives of piece of land, 20 perches, part of Catherines Park Garden, parcel of the rectory of Newton Ferrers, with cottage lately built thereon.
Rev. John Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers, to John Vinney of the same, coachman to Rev. John Yonge.
Lives: John Vinney, aged 29, Rebecca Andrews, aged 12, and Charles Andrews, daughter and son of William and Mary Andrews of Puslinch Farm, Newton Ferrers.
Consideration: building of the said cottage, and 5s.
Rent. 20s p.a.

[no title]  107/446  25 March 1831

Contents:
Surrender of the above lease.
Servington Savery of Modbury, gentleman, and John Vinney of Plymouth, yeoman, to Rev John Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers.
Consideration: £100 to Vinney
5s to Savery.
Lease for three lives of the same.
Rev. John Yonge to Harriet Harvey of Newton Ferrers, spinster.
Lives: lessee, aged 30, Rebecca Andrews, aged 24, and Charles Andrews, aged 16.
Consideration: 5s
Rent: 20s p.a.

[no title]  107/447  1874

Contents:
Notes concerning the lives on the above lease and of the death of the last, Charles Andrews, in 1874.

[no title]  107/448  10 February 1874

Contents:
Letter to William Stephenson of Cottage Green, the last holder of the lease, offering a yearly tenancy.

[no title]  107/449  February 1874

Contents:
Notes and draft agreement concerning a yearly tenancy.

[no title]  107/450  17-18 February 1875

Contents:
Correspondence, etc. concerning proposed letting of the Glebe Cottage at Newton Ferrers to William Stevenson.
(Three letters and a note)

Cottage, late Edwards's  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/451  9 June 1789

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of cottage called Edwards's, Old Walls and herbgarden adjoining, etc. in Newton Ferrers, part of the Rectory of Newton Ferrers, late of Edwards, now of the lessor.
Rev. James Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk, to Christopher Taylor of Newton Ferrers, carpenter.
Lives: Robert Taylor, aged 21, Mary Taylor, aged 20, and Andrew Taylor, aged. 16, sons and daughter of Christopher Taylor.
Consideration: 5s.
Rent: 6d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/452

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/453  14 August 1810

Contents:
Agreement to make a lease for seven years of parts of Dunns Tenement and late Ports, in Newton Ferrers, occupied by William Andrews, at rent of £72 p.a.
John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. to Robert Collins of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.

[no title]  107/454  10 March 1863

Contents:
Lease (no term specified) of Torre Villa with contents, etc. at Torr in Newton Ferrers.
Rev John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Charles Crump of --, Esq.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £5 for first year, £60 p.a. thereafter.

ALTARNUN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/455  26 August 1726

Contents:
Lease for 21 years of land called Mays Parks in Altarnun, Cornwall, with commons adjoining, called Havana or Halvinney.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. and Elizabeth Upton of the same, spinster, to John Mullis of Trewen, Cornwall, husbandman, at rent of 40s p.a. or 55s if the lessors repair the hedges and fences.

HOLBETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/456  20 January, 36 Elizabeth (1593/4)

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of two closes of land, called Smythewilles or Vekers Parkes, in Holbeton.
John Copleston of Warleigh (in Tamerton Foliot), Esq. to George Fortescue of Engerley, Devon, gentleman.
Lives. Johane Fortescue, wife of George, and Bartholomewe and Susan, his children.
Consideration: £20
Rent: £6 13, and two capons or 2s p.a.

[no title]  107/457  3 May, 13 Charles II (1661)

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of close of land called Coppathorne, one acre, in Holbeton, late of Susan Rede of Holbeton, widow, deceased.
George Fortescue of Combe (in Holbeton), Esq. to Richard Squire of Holbeton, husbandman.
Lives: John Colwell of Holbeton, hellier, Richard Squire and Mary, his wife.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £9 10s.
Rent: 3s 10d p.a.

[no title]  107/458  2 May, 14 Charles II (1662)

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of two dwelling houses in Holbeton Town in Holbeton, with orchard and herbgarden, formerly part of tenement called Borowescombe, late of Alice Rogers, widow, deceased.
George Fortescue of Combe (in Holbeton) Esq. to Richard Squire the elder of Holbeton, husbandman.
Lives: Richard Squire, Mary, his wife, and Richard Squire the younger, their son.
Consideration: £38
Rent: 10s p.a.

Messuage in Holbeton Church Town  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/459  2 May, 23 Charles II (1671)

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. with herbgarden and orchard in Holbeton Town in Holbeton, late of Amye Haynard of Holbeton, widow deceased, now of Richard Alger.
George Fortescue of Combe, Esq. to Richard Alger of Luson in Holbeton, yeoman.
Lives: Adrian and Elizabeth Penhay, children of Anthony Penhay of Holbeton, gentleman, and Agnes Penhay, daughter of Richard Penhay of Yealmpton, yeoman.
Consideration: £40
Rent: 10s p.a.

[no title]  107/460  29 August 1741

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage, containing three ground rooms and three chambers, with herbgarden and orchard, in Holbeton Church Town in Holbeton, late of William Alger, now of William Baker.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. and Elizabeth Upton of the same spinster, to William Baker of Holbeton, husbandman.
Lives: William Baker, Richard, his son, and Ann, his daughter.
Consideration: surrender of lease to William Alger, and £10
Rent: 10s p.a.

[no title]  107/461  25 March 1692

Contents:
Recital of lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage in Holbeton, late occupied by Walter Holman, by Robert May of Plympton St. Mary, yeoman, to Andrew Worthum of Holbeton, yeoman, dated 25 December, 3 William and Mary (1691), on lives of Robert May, Amy May, his wife, and Samuell May, his brother.
And of lease, dated 7 January, 3 William & Mary (1691/2) of the tithes of the rectory of Holbeton on the said messuage, by Samuell Beere of Yealmpton, yeoman, to Andrew Worthum, during the lives of Lewis Jutsham, and Arthur Ley of Holbeton, and John Bickford, younger son of John Bickford of Moor in Plympton St. Mary.
Assignment of remainder of terms in piece of land, 1 ½ acres in common land called Firebeacon, on east of lands of George Fortescue, and on west of lands occupied by William Yoysey, being part of the above messuage, etc. with the tithes upon it.
Andrew Worthum to George Fortescue of Combe, Esq.
Consideration. £4
Rent: ½d p. a.

[no title]  107/462  24 June 1703

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of messuages, etc. in Holbeton Town, in Holbeton, and plot called the Old Walls; two closes, Shepheards Parke and Coppathorne, 2 ¾ acres, near Tayle Yeate in Holbeton; fourth part of close called Gagford Hill, one acre.
John Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq. to John Algar of Holbeton, mason.
Lives: Anne Algar, wife of the lessee, and John and James, sons of the lessee.
Consideration: £80 and five golden guineas.
Rent: 25s 10d p.a.

Tobacco Park  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/463  25 December 1739

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of close called Portaway Head or Tobacco Park, 2 acres, in Holbeton, occupied by John Algar.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. and Elizabeth Upton of the same, spinster, to John Algar of Holbeton, carpenter.
Lives: James and Thomas, sons of John Algar, and Elizabeth, his wife.
Consideration: £25 10s and a golden guinea.
Rent: 8s 3 ½p.a.

[no title]  107/464  27 June 1783

(bottom of sheet missing)

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement for lease of Tobacco Park for three lives. Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch to Francis Hamblyn of Holbeton.

Tail Yeate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/465  23 June 1748

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of close called Tail Yeate in Holbeton, late occupied by Anthony Standon of Berry Pomeroy, husbandman, deceased, then by William Tumbles, deceased, and now by William Tumbles of Aveton Gifford, chairmaker.
Elizabeth Upton of Plympton, spinster, and Mary Yonge of Plymouth, widow, to Richard Pullyblank of Holbeton, miller, the term to commence from the death of William Tumbles.
Lives: John Pullyblank, aged 19, Joanna Pullyblank, aged 15, son and daughter of the lessee.
Consideration: £8 8s
Rent: 3s 1 ½d p.a.

[no title]  107/466  21 December 1801

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 99 years or three lives of messuage, etc. in Church Town of Holbeton, late of Richard Pulliblank of Holbeton, miller, now of William Laves; and close called Tail Yeate in Holbeton, late of William Tumbles, now of Richard Milman.
Joanna Algar of Ivybridge, widow, to William Bowden of Plymouth Dock, tailor.
Consideration: £30
Enclosed: list of fields in Algar's tenement, with areas, etc.

[no title]  107/467  19 August 1751

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of close called Greenpark, near Holbeton Church Town in Holbeton, late of Robert Roe, yeoman, now of Thomas Phillip of Holbeton, malster.
Elizabeth Upton of Plympton Maurice, spinster, and Mary Yonge of Plymouth, widow, executrices and devisees, and nieces and heirs at law of John Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq., to William Wyatt of Holbeton, yeoman, the term to commence from the death of Thomas Philip.
Lives: William Wyatt, aged 25, and John Wyatt, aged 19, sons of the lessee.
Consideration: £14
Rent: 7s 11d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/468

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/469  29 November 1796

Contents:
Lease for 21 years of barton, farm, etc. of Combe in Holbeton; and tenement, farm, etc. called Burrelscombe, adjoining, in Holbeton
Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Richard Willing of Collaton (in Newton Ferrers?), yeoman.
Covenant to accept tenancy of farm called Trehill in Holbeton, when it falls vacant, at rent of £25 p.a. for the same term.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £230 p.a.
On dorse: various notes about crops, produce, livestock and miscellaneous expenses.

[no title]  107/470  1818

Contents:
Memorandum of lease for 21 years of Combe, Burlescombe and Trehill (in Holbeton).
Rev. John Yonge to Samuel Willing.
Rent: £253 p.a.

COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/471  (1465/6)

Contents:
Lease of messuage and lands in Londyseynd (Landsend in Colebrooke) late of John Burcheman and Isabella, his wife, as tenants for life, at Wode.
Martin Fortescu and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Estbroke and Isabella, his wife, and William, their son, for their lives.
Rent: 58s p.a.
Witnesses: Philip Copleston, Richard Pree, William Estcote, Robert Fursse.
At Londyseynd, 8 February, 5 Edward IV

[no title]  107/472  (1488)

Contents:
Lease of lands and tenements in Londesyende and in Wode.
Richard Pomeray, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, to William Estebroke, Isabella, his wife, and Richard, their son, for their lives, at rent of 58s p.a.
Witnesses Ralph Copleston, Richard Pree, William Estecote.
At Exeter, 1 August, 3 Henry VII

[no title]  107/473  4 April, 14 Henry VII (1499)

Contents:
Lease of messuages and lands in Londesyende and in Wode.
Elizabeth Pomeray, widow, to William Estbroke, Isabella, his wife, and Richard, their son, for their lives, at rent of 58s p.a.
Witnesses: John Copleston, Esq., Robert Knyston, Richard Duke.

[no title]  107/474  20 July, 18 Henry VIII (1526)

Contents:
Lease of messuages and lands called Landysende and Wode in Colebrooke.
Bartholomew Fortescu of Fylley, Esq. to William Estbroke of Colbrooke and Elizabeth, his wife, for their lives at rent of 58s p.a.

[no title]  107/475  No date (early 17th century)

Contents:
Memoranda concerning the validity of a lease of lands and tenements in Landisend and Birchment in Colebrooke, by Richard Fortescue, Esq. to Ellys Westawayd and his wife and daughter, for their lives, at rent of 55s p.a.

[no title]  107/476  8 August 1655

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or two lives of messuages, etc. in Landysend Wood and Birchment in Colebrooke.
George Fortescue of Combe (in Holbeton) Esq. to William Brutton of Colebrooke, yeoman, the term to commence from the death of John Snell, the son of John Snell of Colebrooke.
Lives: John Brutton and Joseph Brutton, sons of William Brutton
Consideration: £702
Rent: £3 p.a.

[no title]  107/477  29 September 1729

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of barton, farm, etc. called Landsend, in Colebrooke, late occupied by John Bruton, gentleman, now of James Yonge and Elizabeth Upton, with messuage, etc. called Birchment, adjoining, in Colebrooke.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. and Elizabeth Upton of Puslinch, spinster, to Waldo Calmady of Leywood, Devon, gentleman.
Lives: Waldo Calmady, Henry and Josias Pollexfen, sons of Elizabeth Pollexfen of Mothecombe (in Holbeton), widow.
Consideration: £1200
Rent: £5 p.a.

[no title]  107/478  29 July 1742

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of barton or farm called Landsend in Colebrooke, late of John Bruton, then of James Yonge and Elizabeth Upton, now of the lessee; and messuage called Birchment in the same, adjoining.
James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq. and Elizabeth Upton of the same, spinster, to Waldo Calmady of Langdon, Esq.
Lives: the lessee, Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £200.
Rent: £3 p.a.

[no title]  107/479  7 December 1768

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of barton and farm called Landsend in Colebrooke, late of Waldo Calmady, Esq., then of John Huggins; messuage called Birchment in Colebrooke, adjoining.
Mary Yonge, widow of James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., and Elizabeth Upton, spinster, both of Plymouth, to John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., eldest son, Heir, devisee and executor of John Yonge of the same, clerk, deceased, term to commence from deaths of Elizabeth, widow of Waldo Calmady, and Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq.
Life. John Yonge.
Consideration: £200
Rent £3 p.a. until death of Mary Yonge, and then 30s p.a.

PLYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/480  14 September 1786

Contents:
Lease for 21 years of messuage, tan-yard and garden, with appurtenances, in Plymouth, occupied by the lessee.
Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to William Hern of Plymouth, tanner.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent. £27

[no title or date]  107/481

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

[no title]  107/482  1793

Contents:
Lease for 14 years of messuage, tan-yard, garden, etc. in Plymouth, occupied by Aaron Hern.
Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Aaron Hern of Plymouth, tanner.
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and rent reserved.
Rent: £44 10s.
23 August 1793
Attached:
Valuation of articles in Mr. Hearn's Tanyard
4 July 1793
Receipt for £246, the value of the above articles.
Aaron Hern to Rev. James Yonge.
23 August 1793

SALTASH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/483  23 December 1851

Contents:
Lease for fourteen years of barton, messuage, farm and lands of Burrell, 168 acres, 2 roods, 17 perches, in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, except certain rooms in the house.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Robert Smith of St. Stephens by Saltash, yeoman.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent £275 p.a.

[no title]  107/484  18 June 1862

Contents:
Copy of letter from Rev. John Yonge to Robert Smith, setting out agreed terms for renewal of the lease of Burrell in St. Stephen by Saltash.

[no title]  107/485  14 November 1863

Contents:
Lease for fourteen years of barton, etc. (as in 107/483).
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Robert Smith of St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, yeoman.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent. £285 p.a.

[no title]  107/486  22 June 1877

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stephens to Rev. J. Yonge, enclosing form of new lease of Burrell for fourteen years.

ESTATE DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

NEWTON FERRERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/487  (15 July 1299)

Contents:
Quietus for the time of his service as bailiff and clerk. Roger de Langeforde, knight, to John de Coleton, clerk.
Monday after Translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 27 Edward I

[no title]  107/488  10 November, 9 Edward IV (1469)

Contents:
Indenture certifying that John Rawe, son and heir of Martin Rawe, has done homage to William Moune for the lands and tenements which be holds in Torre of the said William, as of his manor of Puslinch, by knight's service.

[no title]  107/489  (24 May 1532)

Contents:
Indenture certifying that William Holbeton has done homage and fealty to Nicholas Uppeton, lord of the manor of Puslinch, for the lands and tenements which he holds by knight's service.
Friday in the week of Pentecost, 24 Henry VIII

[no title]  107/490  8 December 1671-24 December 1709

Contents:
Abstract of leases of messuages and lands in the manor of Puslinch.

[no title]  107/491  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
Valuation of the manor of Puslinch, made by John Holberton, showing names of tenants, number of lives, rent, etc.

[no title]  107/492  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
Surveys of the manors of Puslinch (three sheets) and Newton Ferrers (two sheets), giving description of tenements, names of tenants, names and ages of lives on the lease, rents, heriots, etc.

[no title]  107/493  1729

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Puslinch, showing names of tenements, tenants, rent, and names and ages of lives on the leases.

[no title]  107/494  Michaelmas 1729

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Puslinch or Pusnage, being part of the estate of the Duke of Leeds in Devon, showing names and areas of tenements, names and ages of tenants and lives, rent, value, heriots, etc. Made by John Mackay.

[no title]  107/495  26 February 1729/30

Contents:
Note of valuation of the manor of Puslinch by Mr. Williams.

[no title]  107/496  1731

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Puslinch, showing names of tenements, tenants, rent, and names of lives on the leases.

[no title]  107/497  No date (18th century)

Contents:
Part of accounts of receipts of rents (for Puslinch).

[no title]  107/498  1732

Contents:
List of conventionary and chief rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1732.

[no title]  107/499  1733

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1733.

[no title]  107/500  1735

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1735.

[no title]  107/501  1 April 1735

Contents:
List of rents due at Torr (in Newton Ferrers).

[no title]  107/502  1738

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch to Lady Day, 1738.

[no title]  107/503  4 April 1739

Contents:
Account of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, received by Edward Laskey.

[no title]  107/504  1741

Contents:
List of conventionary rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1741

[no title]  107/505  1742

Contents:
List of fields and their areas, part of the Puslinch estate, which are to be leased.

[no title]  107/506  20 May 1743

Contents:
List of conventionary and chief rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1743, and account of rents received by Thomas Edwards.

[no title]  107/507  13 April 1744

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1744.

[no title]  107/508  1753

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1753.

[no title]  107/509  1755

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1755, with some notes of payments.

[no title]  107/510  1764-1765

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1764 and 1765.

[no title]  107/511  1775-1776

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1775 and 1776.

[no title]  107/512  1779-1780

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1779 and 1780.

[no title]  107/513  1781-1784

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1781, 1782, 1783 and 1784.

[no title]  107/514  1785-1788

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788.

[no title]  107/515  1789-1792

Contents:
List of rents of the manor of Puslinch, due at Lady Day, 1789, 1790, 1791 and 1792.

[no title]  107/516  1790

Contents:
Rough copy of list of rents due at Lady Day, 1790.

[no title]  107/517  1793-1794

Contents:
List of rents, due at Lady Day, (1793) and 1794.

[no title]  107/518  May 1817

Contents:
Survey of Collaton Estate in Newton Ferrers, showing fields names and areas.

[no title]  107/519  1819

Contents:
Survey and valuation of Dunns Tenement, and estates called Ashcombe and Gees, in Newton Ferrers, by John White, February 1806; and survey and valuation of Gees, 1819.

[no title]  107/520  10 March 1848

Contents:
Award of Thomas Barnes and John Killabeer, referees, as to the value of timber growing on Torr Warren in Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/521  26 March 1864

Contents:
Notice from West of England Fire and Life Insurance Company to Rev. Duke Yonge that a fire insurance is ready for him.

[no title]  107/522  16 March 1864

Contents:
Policy of fire insurance on the Court House at Newton Ferrers and its contents. West of England Fire and Life Insurance Company to Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/523  1870

(Map missing)

Contents:
Cover addressed to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, dated 1870, marked "Old Map of Puslinch Manor".

[no title]  107/524  No date (19th century)

Contents:
Plan of part of Newton Ferrers, including Torr, Higher Torr and Gala Cross, showing some plot numbers, and a few names. Marked with crosses at various places.
Scale: 25.344 inches to mile.

[no title]  107/525  No date (19th century)

Contents:
"A Map of the Parsonage in Newton Ferrers", showing the Glebe lands north of Newton Ferrers village, including names, numbers and areas and adjoining owners. Printed.
Scale. 20 inches to mile.

[no title]  107/526  No date (19th century)

Contents:
Rough plan of Dung Pit roof at Puslinch Court.

[no title]  107/527  No date (19th century)

Contents:
Rough section of Dung Pit roof at Puslinch Court.

BLERICK ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/528  Michaelmas, 21 Edward IV (1481)-Michaelmas, 22 Edward IV (1482)

(paper, seven sheets, damaged)

Contents:
Compotus roll of William Mayowe and John Wyleok, bailiffs for the manor of.. estere.
Compotus roll of John Jayn, bailiff for Saint Clere (Saint Cleer).
Compotus roll of John Furthynglond, bailiff for manor of Manely (in St. Veep).
Compotus roll of Thomas Rympe, bailiff for manor of Rathwyll (Raphael in Lansallos).
Compotus roll of William Clemens, bailiff for manor of Trenant (in Duloe).
Compotus roll of Theobald Wayte, bailiff for manor of Tremothert (Tremadart in Duloe).

HOLBETON AND COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/529  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
List of tenements in Holbeton belonging to Mrs. Upton.

[no title]  107/530  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
List of names of tenements, etc. in Holbeton.

[no title]  107/531  1726

Contents:
Survey of the Barton of Combe, and the tenements of Burlescombe and Burleswood, taken by Edward Laskey, showing names and areas of the lands.
Total: 149a.3r.20p.

[no title]  107/532  No date (18th century)

Contents:
List of messuages and tenements in Holbeton, with details of rents, value, etc.

[no title]  107/533  1745 and 1746

Contents:
Letters and receipts from Samuel Jutsham to James Yonge, Esq. concerning payment of tithe for Burrelscombe or Burlescombe (in Holbeton).
(Four papers)

[no title]  107/534  1769-1771

Contents:
Notes of receipts of conventionary rent for lands in Holbeton and Colebrooke.

[no title]  107/535  1792

Contents:
Copy of Holbeton poor rate assessment.

[no title]  107/536  Michaelmas 1793

Contents:
Account of half a year's small tithe due to Mr. Shorr and Mr. Yonge (for Holbeton).

[no title]  107/537  No date (19th century)

Contents:
Plan of Combe Farm House, including a field and quarry nearby. Coloured.
Scale: 264 inches to mile.

Bundle marked "Shooting at Coombe. Conveyance of Mr. B's right as far as existing".  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/538  January 1824

Contents:
Letter from John Bulteel to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch concerning right of free warren, and draft reply.

[no title]  107/539  November 1826

Contents:
Letter from John Bulteel to Rev. J. Yonge concerning an impending suit on the subject of free warren, and draft reply.

[no title]  107/540  7 March 1844

Contents:
Letter from --- of Eton to Rev. John Yonge concerning a suit in progress on the subject of free warren.

[no title]  107/541  1844

Contents:
Cutting from the "Times" of 7 March 1844, with a report of the suit, Earl of Carnarvon V. Villebois at Winchester Assizes.

[no title]  107/542  7 May 1857

Contents:
Letter from J. Bulteel to Rev. J. Yonge concerning Mr. Parrott, new tenant at Combe and Burlescombe.

[no title]  107/543  27 August 1857

Contents:
Letter from J. Bulteel to Rev. J. Yonge thanking him for the gift of shooting rights at Combe.

[no title]  107/544  30 August 1858

Contents:
Letter from the same to the same arranging a date for a shooting party.

[no title]  107/545  2-10 July 1863

Contents:
Letter from John Bulteel to Rev. J. Yonge reporting his intention to sell Flete, and move to Pamflete in Holbeton, and asking him for a lease of the shooting at Combe and Burlescombe in Holbeton; and subsequent correspondence between them concerning the letting.
(Six letters)

[no title]  107/546  No date

Contents:
Note of opinion on the validity of the Fleet claim to free warren.
Initials "W. C. Y.".

[no title]  107/547  No date

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Kelly of Yealmpton to Rev. John Yonge, enclosing letters concerning shooting on Combe, and grant of free warren.
Endorsed "Mr. Bulteel's letters in '63".

[no title]  107/548  No date

Contents:
Printed prospectus issued by Mansfield, Smith & Co. of 29, Moorgate Station Buildings, London, E. C., soliciting purchase of shares of Cambrian Mining Company.
(Used as a cover and marked "Coombe & Burlescombe. Mr. Parrott's Old & last lease. Coombe Tythe".)

PLYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/549  29 September 1743

Contents:
Account of the Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth for rents of:
House in Looe Street.
House on New Key, late Payn's.
Another house on New Key.
Another adjoining, formerly Roach's.
Former house of James Yonge.
Stable, late Ustick's.
House, late John Webb's.

[no title]  107/550  5 February 1745-12 November 1746

Contents:
Rough account of Thomas Pearse with John Yonge, Esq. for rent collection, etc. in Plymouth.

[no title]  107/551  7 May 1747-31 July 1754

Contents:
Account of Thomas Pearse with John Yonge, clerk, for payment and collection of rents, taxes, etc. in Plymouth.

[no title]  107/552  12 November 1763-8 June 1766

Contents:
Letters from John Lewis, merchant, of Tracey near Honiton, tenant of the Tan Yard, Plymouth, and debtor to Rev. J. Yonge for £1000, and draft replies thereto, including a dispute about the responsibility for damage by fire at the Tan Yard on 5 June 1765.
(Seventeen letters, some damaged by vermin)

[no title]  107/553  2 September 1775-28 August 1776

Contents:
Account for "work done at the Tan Yard by the order of Mr. Hem", including tiling, plastering, paving, making a drain and building work.
(Mr. Hem was tenant of the Tan Yard see no. 107/480)

[no title]  107/554  29 July 1776-29 October 1777

Contents:
Account of James Wills and Son for carpenters' work for Mr. Hem.

[no title]  107/555  18 January-10 April 1779

Contents:
Account of John Bidcock for drainage and building work for Mr. Hem.

[no title]  107/556  27 April 1796

Contents:
Estimate by William Richards of repairs needed to Mr. Derby's paper mill at Stonehouse Lane, Plymouth.

[no title]  107/557  5 December --- (late 18th century)

Contents:
Letter from J. Richards of Plymouth to Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood concerning arrangements preparatory to the sale (?) to Mr. Alder of the Tan Yard, Plymouth.

[no title]  107/558  31 October 1802

Contents:
Letter from Messrs Child & Co. to Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood concerning the purchase of £51 6s 8d Reduced 3% Consols for redemption of £1 8s land tax on the Tan Yard.

[no title]  107/559  16 February 1826

Contents:
Letter from Henry Woollcombe of Plymouth to Rev. John Yonge, asking for the loan of deeds concerning the Tan Yard, Plymouth.

REV. DUKE YONGE'S ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

Torr Villa, Yealmpton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/560  1829-1831

Contents:
Account of Beer and Isaac for plumber's work at Tor House for Rev. Duke Yonge. (Receipt attached)
28 August 1829
On dorse: note from Rev. J. Yonge to Rev. Duke Yonge, recommending the payment of the account.
23 June 1831

[no title]  107/561  29 August 1829

Contents:
Account of John Dell of Stonehouse for plasterers' work done at Torr House, Yealmpton, for Doctor Yonge. (Receipt attached)

[no title]  107/562  September 1829

Contents:
Account of John Bawden for painting at Torr House, Yealmpton, for Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/563  8 June-4 September 1829

Contents:
Account of William and John Bartlett of Devonport for carpenters work done at Tor Villa, Yealmpton, for Messrs. Yonge.
Enclosed: two receipts.

[no title]  107/564  2 June-15 October 1829

Contents:
Account of G. Budge for carpenters' work at "the Villa" for Mr. Yonge.

[no title]  107/565  1828-1830

Contents:
General statement of account of Thomas Barnes for work done at Rockdale Villa (Torr Villa in Yealmpton) for Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/566  1829-1830

Contents:
Letter from Charles Hutchins, architect, of Torpoint, Cornwall, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony, Cornwall, commenting upon the charges set out by Thomas Barnes in his accounts for work at Rockdale Villa.
24 January 1830
Letter from Rev. Duke Yonge to Rev. John Yonge, forwarding the accounts.
No date
Enclosed:-
Account of Thomas Barnes for forming a new road to Torr Villa for Rev. Duke Yonge 13 March 1826 - 8 December 1829
Account of Thomas Barnes for masons' work at the Villa.
23 September 1829
Statement by Mr. Hutchins of work not done and work done beyond the contract.
No date
Account of John Bawden for painting at a villa at Yealmpton, for Mr. Yonge.
2 September 1829
Letter from Charles Hutchins to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch reporting on his inspection of work done at Rockdale Villa, Yealmpton, etc.
14 December 1829

[no title]  107/567  3 August 1832

Contents:
Account of John Bawden for painting at Torr Villa, Yealmpton, for Duke Yonge, Esq.

[no title]  107/568  1830-1835

Contents:
Account of Thomas Barnes for masons' work at Torr for Major Northcote.
5 November 1830 - 10 September 1832
Account of G. Budge for painting at "the Villa" for Rev. J. Yonge.
5 November 1834 - 10 August 1835

Week Estate, Modbury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/569  1823-1824

Contents:
Estimate for repairs needed on Week Estate in Modbury, the property of Rev. Duke Yonge, and accounts and receipts for work done.

[no title]  107/570  No date (early 19th century)

Contents:
List of field names and areas (part of Week Estate in Modbury?)

[no title]  107/571  12 September 1831

Contents:
Letter from Rev. Duke Yonge, one of the trustees under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge, to Mr. Adams of Newton Ferrers, requesting him to pay off arrears of rent for Week Estate at Modbury let to him.

Exwick Estate in St. Thomas the Apostle  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/572  1792

Contents:
Survey of Exwick Barton, including the lands kept by Edmund Granger, and lands sold to Rev. Duke Yonge, clerk, showing descriptions and areas. (Formerly accompanying a map)
Extracted from conveyance of 1792

[no title]  107/573  23 January 1819

Contents:
Copy of award by John Coldridge of Exeter, land surveyor, and Thomas Otton of Canonteign (in Christow), yeoman, in dispute between James Moxey of Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle, yeoman, and Thomas Bedford Pim of the same, paper maker, concerning trespass on land in Exwick.
Thomas Bedford Pim to stake and wattle the bank of a close called Yonder Meadow in St. Thomas the Apostle, occupied by James Moxey, adjoining a waste leat from Exwick Mill Leat to the river Exe, which separates the lands of the disputants; and to pay £25 costs to James Moxey.
Covering note from John Jones of Exeter to Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood.

[no title]  107/574  24 June 1825

Contents:
Letter from John Rawling of Exeter, agent for Mr. Buller of Downs, concerning the breach made in the bank of his marsh at Exwick.

[no title]  107/575  2 July 1825

Contents:
Report by John Coldridge, surveyor, on the banks of the canal (at Exwick) formerly cut through a piece of land adjoining the Head Weir, belonging to Rev. Duke Yonge, and on the breach caused by the great flood in last November, with advice on preventing future damage.

[no title]  107/576  21 January 1826

Contents:
Letter from Francis George Coldridge of Ottery St. Mary to Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony, Cornwall, concerning the Weir Marsh in St. Thomas the Apostle, 2a. 2r. 19p., and the sale of Cooke's Tenement. (Including a sketch plan and survey of the Weir Marsh).

[no title]  107/577  To Midsummer 1828

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/578  To Christmas 1827

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/579  To Midsummer 1828

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/580  To Midsummer 1829

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/581  To Christmas 1829

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/582  To Christmas 1829

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/583  To Midsummer 1830

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/584  To Christmas 1830

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/585  To Midsummer 1831

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/587  To Midsummer 1832

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/588  To Christmas 1832

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/589  To Midsummer 1833

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/590  To Christmas 1833

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/591  To 27 September 1834

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/592  To Christmas 1854

Contents:
Bundles of small bills and accounts, including many for Church Rate and Poor Rate, concerning property at Exwick in St. Thomas the Apostle

[no title]  107/593  March 1827-March 1831

Contents:
Receipts for church rates, insurance premiums, etc. to trustees of Rev. Duke Yonge, with respect to property in St. Thomas the Apostle.

[no title]  107/594  December 1824-January 1836

Contents:
Letters from James Moxey, tenant of part of Exwick Barton in St. Thomas the Apostle, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony, Cornwall, with some draft replies and associated bills. (mostly covering letters for remittances of rent)

[no title]  107/595  27 January 1836

Contents:
Letter from Mary Carter of Hamlyns (in St. Thomas the Apostle) asking for a reduction in the rent of Exwick Ground.

[no title]  107/596  September 1826-July 1836

Contents:
Letters from Samuel Benfil, tenant of Exwick House, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony, Cornwall, (mostly covering letters for remittances of rent).

[no title]  107/597  No date

Contents:
Rough survey of part of Exwick Barton, in the possession of James Moxey.

[no title]  107/598  No date

Contents:
Notes of various rents etc. due from Moxey's estate at Exwick, etc.

[no title]  107/599  1 July 1843

Contents:
"Woolmer's Exeter and Plymouth Gazette for the West of England, or, Public Advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset", including notice of auction of Exwick estate.

Other Estates, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/600  1825

Contents:
Survey and rental of lands belonging to the trustees of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, clerk, in Ottery St. Mary, showing area, situation, names of tenants, terms of tenancy and rents.

[no title]  107/601  1824-1827

Contents:
Accounts and receipts for church rates, repairs and small services to F.G. Coleridge, agent for the trustees of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, with respect to property in St. Thomas the Apostle and Ottery St. Mary.

[no title]  107/602  March 1824-October 1835

Contents:
Statements of account of Francis George Coleridge to the trustees of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, with respect to property at Ottery St. Mary.

[no title]  107/603  1824

Contents:
List of rents, etc. due at Christmas 1824, and paid into the trust account at the Naval Bank, by John Yonge.

[no title]  107/604  No date (early 19th century)

Contents:
Note about a lease dated 3 January 1782 of Potton's cottage and other tenements to Mr. Bartlett.

[no title]  107/605  Date indecipherable

Contents:
Letter from N. Ellis of Otterton to Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony reporting his discussion with William Strong about erection of fences, etc.
(Illiterate letter)

ESTATES GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/606  No date (early 18th century)

Contents:
Survey and valuation of "the Upton's lands of which the Ladyes are seized in fee and subject only to Annuity to be payed their Mother during her Life as her joynture". (Lands in Newton Ferrers, Colebrooke, Holbeton and Altarnun, Cornwall).

[no title]  107/607  22 April 1736

Contents:
Small bundle of receipts
(a) Short list of amounts paid for taxes and tradesmen's bills (endorsed 1735 in a different hand).
(b) Account for thatching at Combe in Holbeton. 18 March 1735/6
(c) Receipt for land tax for Combe and Burgesses, and for window tax, to John Tarring. 3 April 1736
(d) Receipt for church rate for Combe, Burlescombe and Burgesses to John Tarring.

Accounts of work done for James Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/608  23 September 1740-23 December 1742

Contents:
Account of John Chandler, brasier and metal-worker.

[no title]  107/609  31 May-9 November 1742

Contents:
Account of Abell Groad, stonemason.

[no title]  107/610  6 March 1741/2-16 February 1742/3

Contents:
Account of Richard Luscombe, glazier.

[no title]  107/611  3 May-30 July 1743

Contents:
Account of Jonas Bampfield, mason.

[no title]  107/612  10-19 December 1743

Contents:
Account of Jonas Bampfield, mason.

[no title]  107/613  24 April 1742-31 March 1743

Contents:
Account of Nathaniel Olver for lime.

[no title]  107/614  19 September 1743

Contents:
Account of John Williams for thatching.

[no title]  107/615  9 October 1742-2 February 1742/3

Contents:
Account of Robert Warn for stones.

[no title]  107/616  14-26 February 1742/3

Contents:
Account of Robert Warn for stones.

[no title]  107/617  3 December 1741-31 March 1743

Contents:
Account of Joseph Howell for repairing houses.

[no title]  107/618  28 May 1742-21 April 1745

Contents:
Account of Thomas Gregory for the same. 21 July ---

[no title]  107/619  16 June-26 August 1743

Contents:
Account of Thomas Triggs, glazier.

[no title or date]  107/620

Contents:
Account of John Fletcher, carpenter

[no title]  107/621  23 January 1743/4

Contents:
Receipt for seven shillings by Peter Symon for a thousand slate stones for the tan yard.

[no title]  107/622  15 April 1743

Contents:
Receipt for 4s 8d by John Skelton for four days work in late Plyens Field.

[no title]  107/623  No date (18th century)

Contents:
A note of the cost of stone and bricks.

[no title]  107/624  25 July 1742-23 January 1743/4

Contents:
Account of John Wicott to James Yonge for the receipts and payments on his behalf.

[no title]  107/625  13 January 1742/3-28 January 1743/4

Contents:
Receipts for payments of rates, taxes, etc. on behalf of James Yonge by John Wicott, his agent. (Several receipts on each sheet)
(Nine sheets)

[no title]  107/626  9 September 1743

Contents:
Note by John Wicott of receipt from John Chandler of £3 6s 4d for old lead at 12s a cwt.

[no title]  107/627  28 February 1799

Contents:
Certificate of redemption of land tax on messuages and lands in Colebrooke, Newton Ferrers and Holbeton, totalling £67 15s 61/2d p.a.
Bartholomew Lane and Thomas Dunsterville, Commissioners, to Duke Yonge, clerk.
Consideration: £2485 3s 2d.
Attached: certificates of the amount of the land tax payable for the estates in Colebrooke, Holbeton and Newton Ferrers respectively.
(Three certificates)

[no title]  107/628  About 1867

Contents:
List of tenants and rents, etc. in Newton Ferrers and Holbeton.

[no title]  107/629  18 January 1871

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stephens to Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers concerning the granting to him of a power of attorney.

[no title]  107/630  27 January 1871

Contents:
Power of attorney for the management of his estates in Newton Ferrers, Holbeton, and St. Stephen's by Saltash, Cornwall.
Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk.

LITIGATION  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/631  No date

Contents:
Petition of William Mone and Margaret, his wife, formerly widow of Nicholas Tredynnek, to (John Stafford), Bishop of Bath, Chancellor of England, relating that William Tredewe, Richard Tredewe, John Tredewe, chaplain, and others, attacked his wife, and Joan, her daughter, at Tredynnekke, Cornwall, and carried off the daughter to St. Germans, and onto a boat; and later the same men disseised Margaret of her manor of Tredynnekke, and still hold it. He prays the grant of a special assize to hear the matter. (English)
(But in period, 1432 - 1443, when John Stafford was Bishop of Bath and Chancellor).

[no title]  107/632  30 July, 15 Henry VI (1437)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of Henry Fortescu and Henry Dru, arbitrators concerning title to lands and tenements in Newton Ferrers.
Robert Hille, Esq. to William Moun and Roger Moun.

[no title]  107/633  8 July, 16 Henry VI (1438)

Contents:
Copy of writ of non omittas to the Sheriff of Devon for the arrest of William Mohun and Roger Mohun of Puslinch, Devon, and their production before the Barons of the Exchequer on the Octave of Michaelmas, to answer John Fortescu, Henry Drewe, John Efford, clerk, and Richard Brounste, clerk, who had been granted the Priory of Modbury, formerly the possession of an alien priory, on 12 February, 16 Henry VI (1437/8), at the rent of £23 13s 4d, and 6s 8d p.a., and who had put a bailiff, John Lode, into the tenement of William Mohun at Puslinch, when the rent due to them was not paid, whom William and Roger Mohun assaulted, etc.

Andrew Hillersdon v. William Moun  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/634  No date (15th century)

Contents:
Deposition (author not stated) that Andrew Hillersdon attacked Torr on St. Thomas the martyr in the 27th year (of Henry VI ?, i.e. 29 December 1448), and caused damage of £100; and that with 50 men he attacked Puslinch and the marsh of William Moune, and caused £20 damage; and that he sent his men into William Moune's wood, and caused 40s damage, by felling oaks; and that the men rooted up oak and ash to the value of 100s; and that he borrowed a horse from William's wife, which was found "heart-broken and dead", being worth seven nobles, and caused further 120s damage with his horses and sheep.

[no title]  107/635  Easter Term, 5 Edward IV (1463)

Contents:
Pleadings in suit of Andrew Hillersdon, Esq., against William Moun of Newton Ferrers, gentleman, and John Upton of Newton Ferrers, gentleman, for the theft of his goods etc. at Yealmpton, to the value of 100s., and the assault of Thomas Boryng, his servant, on 10 June, 38 Henry VI (1460), in which he claims £20 damages.

[no title]  107/636  No date (15th century)

Contents:
List of names headed "Between Andrew Hillersdon T. and William Moun and others".
Thomas Buttekyssyde John Dolter
Walter Halwell William Founteyn
John Halwell John Predeany de Hole
John Ralegh John Honychurche
John Hugyns John Colle de Tawton
William Myldton Simon Cole
Thomas Tremayn John Godelypp
William Rewe John Dynsham
John Shilston. William Haghell de Wolberton
Robert Pyttys William atte Heyen
David John John Creston
Thomas Shilston John Creche

William Prior, Prior of Modbury, v. William Moun and John Uppeton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/637  26 October, 4 Edward IV (1464)

Contents:
Writ by Richard Chechestre, Esq., Sheriff of Devon, to the Bailiff of Ermington Hundred, William Roke, William Wylke, John Holbeton and Walter Strete, ordering the livery to John Upton of the goods which William Prior, (the Prior of) the house and church of St. George the Martyr of Great Modbury, has taken and unjustly detained, and the taking of pledges from William Prior for his appearance at the next court.

[no title]  107/638  31 July, 5 Edward IV (1465)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of Philip Curtenay, Esq., John Carkyk, clerk, William Fowell and William Menwynek, or John Snape in the place of William Fowell, or John Stoford in the place of William Menwynek, arbitrators concerning the title to a rent in Puslinch.
John Fortescu of Wynmeston and William Prior, Prior of Modbury, to William Mowne and John Upton.

[no title]  107/639  24 July, 6 Edward IV (1466)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of John Denys and John Stofford, arbitrators concerning the title to an annual rent of 4s in Puslinch, in dispute between William Prior, Prior of Modbury, and William Mowne and John Uppeton.
William Prior to William Mowne.

John Upton v. John Polkesfen  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/640  Trinity Term, 6 (Edward IV, 1466)

Contents:
Account for legal services to John Upton in his suit against John Polkesfen. Total 4s 8d.

Margaret Moun v. William Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/641  Trinity Term, 12 Edward IV (1472)

Contents:
Pleadings in suit of Margaret, widow of William Mowene, against William Upton, concerning the third part of a messuage, 300 acres land, 10 acres meadow, and two acres wood in Altarnun (Cornwall) as her dower. Decision for the plaintiff by default.

[no title]  107/642  21 November, 12 Edward IV (1472)

Contents:
Writ to Sheriff of Cornwall, ordering restoration of seisin of a third part of a messuage, 300 acres land, 10 acres meadow, and two acres wood in Altarnun, to Margaret, widow of William Mowene, in accordance with decision of court at Westminster, upon default of William Upton.

[no title]  107/643  25 July, 16 Edward IV (1476)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of John Denys, John More, John Reyne and Richard Clerke, arbitrators concerning the title to certain messuages and land in Uton (in Crediton?).
Thomas Burneby and John Page to John Upton and William Upton.

John Uppeton v. David Tregarrek and Margaret, his wife  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/644  No date

Contents:
Draft petition of John Uppeton of Devon, gentleman, to the King, relating that he was seised of the manor of Powyslynch (Puslinch) for four years or more, until 20 August, 13 (Edward IV, 1473), when Davy Tregarrek and Margaret, his wife, John Udy, the elder, John Udy, the younger, John Sta(ne) and Jamys Colman, with persons to the number of forty, by the order of Sir John Crokker, disseised him of the manor and goods, to the value of £200 and more.
No date
On dorse:-
Draft petition of William Uppeton the elder of Cornwall, gentleman, to the Council of King Edward IV, relating that he was seised of the manor of Trelosk for four years and more, until 20 March, 12 Edward IV (1471/2), when William Uppeton the younger of Ch..hyng, with John Fortescu, Sheriff of Cornwall, in virtue of his office, disseised him.

[no title]  107/645  No date

Contents:
Petition of John Uppeton, gentleman, to Prince George, Duke of Clarence, Earl of Warwick and Salisbury, relating that Davy Tregarrek with other men by force disseised him of the manor of Poslynche on 20 August in the 13th year of the present reign. (Edward IV, 1473), and that he is still not restored there, owing to the might of Sir John Crokker, knight, and that the same Sir John Crokker and John Fortescu, Esq. disseised him of the manor of Ekesborn (Exbourne), and have held it for two years and more. He prays for the giving of an order to certain Justices of the Peace for his restoration.
(But in period 1473 - 1478, before the death of Prince George)

[no title]  107/646  No date (1474)

(paper, damaged)

Contents:
Copy of inquisition concerning whether John Upton of Puslinch, gentleman, on 20 August, 13 Edward IV (1473) had been seised of the manor of Puslinch for six years, and was then disseised by David Tregarrek or Trelethik of Launceston, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, John Udy, the elder, of Roche, yeoman, John Udy, the younger, of the same yeoman, James Colman of the same, yeoman, John Ston of Launceston, yeoman, and Stephen Maist of Yealmpton, husbandman.

[no title]  107/647  10 July, 15 Edward IV (1475)

Contents:
Copy of writ to Justices of the Peace and the Sheriff of Devon, reciting that at an inquisition held at Exeter on Thursday, St. Nichols's, 14 Edward IV (sic; Tuesday, 6 December 1474), it was proved that John Uppeton, gentleman, held the manor of Puslinch for six years until 20 August, 13 Edward IV (1473), when Tregarak of Launceston, Cornwall, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, John Udy the elder of Roche, Cornwall, yeoman, John Udy the younger of the same, yeoman, James Colman of the same yeoman, and John Stone of Launceston, yeoman, disseised him; and ordering them to restore the seisin to John Uppeton.

[no title]  107/648  16 September, 16 Edward IV (1476)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of William Menwennek and Richard Kendale, arbitrators concerning the title to the manor of Puslinch and other lands and messuages, late of William Mown in Cornwall and Devon.
David Tregarrok and Margaret, his wife, to John Upton.

[no title]  107/649  Easter Term 14 Edward IV (1474)-Hilary Term 16 Edward IV (1476/7)

Contents:
Account for legal services to John Uppeton in his suits against David Tregarrek, etc.

[no title]  107/650  21 March, 17 Edward IV (1476/7)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of John Crokker, knight, William Menwennek and Richard Kendale, arbitrators concerning the title to the manor of Puslinch and other lands in Devon and Cornwall, late of William Mown.
David Tregarrok to John Uppton.

[no title]  107/651  Trinity Term, 20 Edward IV (1480)

Contents:
Pleadings in suit of David Tregarrek and Margaret, his wife, against John Uppeton of Newton Ferrers, gentleman, and John Scote of the same, husbandman, for an assault on Margaret Tregarrek at Newton Ferrers on 20 June, 16 Edward IV (1476).

[no title]  107/652  Easter Term, 21 Edward IV (1481)

Contents:
Pleadings in suit of John Uppeton against David Tregarrek of Launceston, Cornwall, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, John Edy of Tregarrek in Roche, Cornwall, the younger, yeoman, John Stone of the same, yeoman, and James Colman of the same, yeoman, for breaking and damaging his property at Puslinch on 24 August ---, the suit being begun in Easter Term, 14 Edward IV (1474).
(Part of one side torn away)

[no title]  107/653  1 August, 22 Edward IV (1482)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of Peter, Bishop of Exeter, Thomas Tremaile, Sergeant-at-law, William Huddefeld, attorney of the King, and John Gwonell, arbitrators of all disputes.
David Tregarrok to John Upton.

[no title]  107/654  24 September, 22 Edward IV (1482)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of Peter, Bishop of Exeter, William Huddeffeld, Attorney of the King, and John Denys, arbitrators concerning the title to the manor of Puslinch, and other property in Puslinch.
David Tregarrek to John Upton.

[no title]  107/655  6 October, 20 Henry VIII (1528)

Contents:
Bond to abide by decision of Phyllypp Champernon, Humfrey Collys, Rycharde Yerde, Baldewyn Malet, Hugh Stukeley and John Cobley, Esqs., arbitrators concerning the title to Westwoode in the manor of Puslinch, and lands and tenements called Rowtore and Redbury, Devon, and those in Over Gownehame and Nether Gownehame, Cornwall.
Robert Fortescue, Esq. to Nicholas Upton, gentleman.

Walter Hele, etc. v. George Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/656  No date (in period 1594-1605)

(last page or pages missing)

Contents:
Bill of complaint of Walter Hele and John Atkins against George Upton, Esq. (first two pages missing)
Recital that Commission was appointed to enquire of lands concealed from Her Majesty in Devon, and that William Upton procured to give false evidence before them on 26 April, 8 Elizabeth (1566) that there were two closes called Heddon and Broadmore, occupied by him, and concealed, of 10s yearly value, belonging to the Chapel of Puslinch, "where was great oblacion used one St. Tooleys daie" (St. Olave, 29 July), and that the jury accepted the evidence, and gave their verdict accordingly, without the knowledge of John Gibb.
And that Nicasius Yetswert and Bartholomew Brakesbye obtained a grant of the meadow and these two closes, among other things, and that William Upton bought the fee simple from them.
And that John Gibb finally in 10 Elizabeth (1567-8) brought a suit against him at Common Law, which was heard at Exeter Assizes, but by the desire of William Upton was taken to the arbitration of John Copleston, late of Blowden (in Newton Ferrers), Esq., then a Justice of the Peace, and Vincent Calmadye, gentleman, who decided that William Upton should hold the lands of John Gibb during the life of John Gibb, at rent of 26s 8d p.a., and should pay costs of £10 to John Gibb, and that the land should belong to the church of Newton Ferrers. And that the award was accepted and put into effect.
And that on the death of William Upton, Mary, his widow, refused to pay the rent, so that an action was started against her in 13 Elizabeth (1570-1); she then took to husband Roger Reeve, gentleman, who reached an agreement that he should hold the lands during the life of John Gibb at the same rent, etc.
And that John Gibb then, suffering from blindness and old age, resigned the Rectory of Newton Ferrers, into the hands of William Bradbridge, Bishop of Exeter, who had himself presented to the living, and seised the lands, because John Gibb had resigned, but let the close called Furse Parke or Parsons Heddon, and the little meadow at Ashcombe, to George Upton, son of William Upton, during the life of the lessor.
And that William Bradbridge died, and John Atkins, the petitioner, procured his own presentation to the Rectory; and that James Hillersdon, gentleman, encouraged George Upton to take possession of all the lands as his own property, which he did, and made a lease for 99 years, dated 10 November, 26 Elizabeth (1584), of Parsons Parke or Broadmoore, and two parcels of his own land, to John Portworthie.
And that John Atkins made a lease for three years, dated 18 October, 36 Elizabeth (1594) of the meadow and two closes to Adryan Tooker, who brought an action of trespass against George Upton at the recent Exeter assizes, where verdict was given for the defendant.
And that William Strode of Newnham was asked to mediate for Walter Hele, the petitioner, patron of the living, and John Wraye for George Upton, his brother-in-law, and an agreement was reached at Newnham on 11 November, 36 Elizabeth (1594), that the lands belonged to John Atkins and Walter Hele, and that George Upton should hold Furse Parke or Parsons Heddon, during the life of him and John Atkins, at rent of
28s. p.a.
And that George Upton has not kept the agreement, but has made conveyances of the lands to the use of Philippe, his wife, and William, his son, and heir apparent, etc.

[no title]  107/657  No date (late 16th century)

Contents:
Answer of George Uppeton, Esq. one of the defendants, to the bill of complaint of John Copleston, Esq. and Walter Hele, gentleman, complainants.
Recital that Puslinch has belonged to his ancestors from time out of mind, and that some of his ancestors in the time of Popery gave the three closes of land mentioned in the bill, called Brodemowre, Fursseparke and Little Meadow, parcel of the Barton of Puslinch, for the maintenance of annual superstitious uses in the Chapel of Puslinch on
St. Towley's Day; and that William Uppeton, father of the defendant, about 9 Elizabeth (1566-7) purchased these lands which were forfeit to the Queen, and conveyed a moiety of the barton of Puslinch and of these lands to his wife: and that on his death about 14 Elizabeth (1571-2) the barton and lands came to the defendant and his mother.
And that the defendant has enjoyed them without interruption except when Sir John Gibbs, formerly Rector of Newton Ferrers, after the death of William Uppeton, by the instigation of Vincent Calmadye, attorney at law, disputed the closes, calling them the Parsons Parke, Parsons Heddon or Fursse Parke and Sanctuarye Meadowe or the Pasture Meadowe, as part of his glebe but never took it to court, and neither have his successors until now.
He denies the allegation that the close, 9 acres, formerly Parsons Park, now Brodemowre, adjoining Great Cross Park, part of the Barton of Collaton, on west; close of arable and wood, 16 acres, formerly Parsons Heddon or Fursst Park, now Heddon Tenement, lying downward from Heddon Hille, adjoining highway from Collaton Crosse to Puslinch on east; and close of arable called Sanctuarye Meadowe or the Parsons Meadowe, ½ acre, at Ashcombe, all in Newton Ferrers, are part of the glebe, and that John Dillon, late Rector of Newton Ferrers, or George Crofte, clerk, or Doctor Haynes or Archdeacon Pollarde, or John Gibbes, clerk, or William Bradbridge, late Bishop of Exeter, successive Rectors of Newton Ferrers, enjoyed the three closes in question.
He denies that William Uppeton, being eager to enlarge his lands with the close called Heddon, obtained the three closes by false claims; and that he conspired with Edmunde Baker or others to effect his purpose, or procured an inquisition to find the two closes called Heddon and Brodemowre to be concealed from Her Majesty; and that the two closes are worth £10 p.a.; and that a suit of John Gibbes, clerk, was heard at Nisi Prius, concerning the lands, and the jury decided for him, but that the cause was compromised by William Uppeton; and that William Uppeton held the lands on lease; and that George Upton has conspired with John Atkyns, present Rector of Newton Ferrers, to disinherit the complainant, etc.

John Hele v. George Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/658  No date (late 16th or early 17th century)

Contents:
Bill of complaint of John Hele of the Inner Temple, London, Esq. stating that he is seised of the manor of Yealmpton, of which Yealmeton Marshe is a part. The marsh adjoins Pusling Marshe on the east, which is the inheritance of George Upton, Esq., being separated from it by the Yealm, part of the manor of Yealmpton, which forms their boundary as far as an orchard of George Upton called Pusnage Orchard, which is at the end of Pusling Marshe.
Some years past Nicholas Upton, Esq., father of George Upton, being servant to the Countess of Salisbury, owner of the manor of Yealmpton, and administrator of the manor, made a weir at the west corner of Pusling Marshe next to Pusling Orchard, which diverted the river northward to a cliff called Kymphall; and he has gained possession of deeds and charters of the manor of Yealmpton, which show the boundaries of the manor. He prays that a subpoena be issued to George Upton.

[no title]  107/659  No date (late 16th or early 17th century)

Contents:
The answer of George Upton, Esq., defendant, to the bill of complaint of John Heale, Esq., complainant.
He admits that he and his ancestors have held Puslenche, and the marsh from the great weir under the orchard to the river, which has always had a course north-westward from the weir supposed to be newly made. He denies that Nicholas Upton, his ancestor, caused a weir to be made at the west corner of Puslinge Marshe, or that he possesses deeds of the manor of Yealmpton, or has made another weir himself.

George Upton v. John Trestreile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/660  No date (early 17th century)

Contents:
Petition of George Upton of Puslinch, Esq. to Sir Thomas Egerton, Knight, Baron of Elsmeere and Lord Chancellor of England.
Recital that Thomas Uppton (Uppeton) of Puslinch, gentleman, whose cousin and heir the petitioner is, was seised of the capital messuage, etc. of Hez (Hays) in Veryan, Cornwall, and that by deed dated 32 Henry VI (1453-4) he granted it to Thomas Mohan (Mohane) of Tregonny, Cornwall, and the heirs of his body, at rent of 26s 8d p.a., failing whom it was to revert to Thomas Uppton.
And that the heirs of his body having failed, John Trestreile of Veryan, gentleman, has taken possession, claiming to be the next heir.
And that the original conveyance is now lost, but he hopes to prove his case by witnesses. He therefore prays relief.

[no title]  107/661  No date (about 1600)

Contents:
Report in suit of (George) Upton against (John) Trestreele.
Plaintiff states that Thomas Upton, whose heir he is, about 31 Henry VI (1452-3), granted lands to Thomas Mohan and the heirs of his body, failing whom, to revert to his heirs, and that such heirs have now failed, but the defendant has taken possession and keeps him out.
The defendant answers that he is the son of John Tristreele and Agnes Mohan, the daughter of --- Mohan and Jane Blewett.

[no title]  107/662  Easter Term, 4 James I (1606)

Contents:
Bill of complaint of George Knighte against George Upton, Esq. stating that John Sprotte, clerk, on 8 June, 2 James (I, 1604) at Newton Ferrers, leased to George Knighte eight acres of land in the same for four years from Ladyday last past; and that George Upton, on 10 June, turned him out by force.

[no title]  107/663  Friday after Trinity ---

Contents:
Pleadings in suit of William Uppeton against William Sleepe for breaking and entering his close at Hervena in Altarnun, Cornwall, on 31 August, 7 Charles (I, 1631), and damaging the grass there to the value of 100s, and damages of £40.
William Sleepe asserts that the close, of 60 acres, together with a messuage, six acres land, three acres meadow and six acres pasture, are the property of Nevell Blighe, which he leased to William Sleepe on 19 September, 3 Charles (1, 1627) for 99 years from the death of Blanche Sleepe, during the lives of William Sleepe, the elder, Joan Kittoe, daughter of George Kittoe, and William Sleepe, the younger, his son, and that Blanche died at Altarnun on 1 May, 7 Charles (I, 1631)
(First sheet and last sheet or sheets missing)

[no title]  107/664  30 April, 2 James II (1686)

Contents:
Writ to Thomas Quick and his wife, and his attorneys, etc.
Recital that William Uppeton exhibited a complaint in Chancery against Thomas Quick and his wife, who were summoned by writ to answer. They appeared, but to delay the process, sought and obtained a writ of dedimus potestatem for their answers to be received in the country. Meanwhile they prosecuted a suit concerning the same matters against the defendant at Common Law.
Command to desist from the suit at Common Law until they have answered the complaint in Chancery.

PRIVATE DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/665  (1 April 1445)

Contents:
Receipt for 14s 11d, in discharge of all money due to the King during his term of office.
John Cheynne of Pynne, late Sheriff of Devon, to William Moune.
At Exeter, Thursday after Easter, 23 Henry VI

[no title]  107/666  No date (15th century)

Contents:
List of sums owed by William Moun of Puslinch, Esq. (and Margaret, his wife) to John Cokeworthy, late Sheriff, and John Nanfan, late Sheriff. Total: 8s 7d. (Sheriffs of Cornwall, 1455, and 1456)

[no title]  107/667  5 May, 35 Henry VI (1457)

Contents:
Bond to pay five marks and 10s 8d.
William Moune of Posenage, Devon, to William Aunger of Saltaysse (Saltash), Cornwall.

[no title]  107/668  22 February 1464/5

Contents:
Copy of will of Joan, wife of Thomas Uppeton of Treloske.
Specified clothing, etc. to Isabel, her daughter, and Matilda, Alice, Elmora, her servants, Margary, Elmora, Elizabeth and Edo, daughters, and John, son, of John Boket, John Uppeton atte Trewant, her godson, John and William, her sons, etc.

[no title]  107/669  13 August, 15 Edward IV (1475)

Contents:
Quitclaim of all personal actions.
Roger Westcote of Cornwall, franklin, to Margaret Mowne, widow of William Mowne of Puslinch, gentlewoman.

[no title]  107/670  10 January, 22 Edward IV (1482/3)

Contents:
Writ of fieri facias to distrain on goods and chattels of John Upton of Puslinch to the value of 30s.
William Courtenay, knight, Sheriff of Devon, to Richard Wakeham, Thomas Lange and William Chubbe.

[no title]  107/671  6 January 1489/90

Contents:
Copy of will of John Upton.
£20 each to his daughters, Joan, Agnes and Margery, as marriage portions, the share of deceased daughters to be divided among the others, and if all die, the sum to be disposed of by Agnes, his wife.
Agnes, his wife, and John and William, his sons, to be his executors.
Lord Robert Wylloghby, knight, Lord de Broke, and John Hallyghwell, to be overseers of his will.

[no title]  107/672  No date (early 16th century)

Contents:
"A petygre concerning John Uppetun of Pusselynche and John Bryante of Lowsalloce as here after followyth", showing the descent of lands and tenements in Mynelye (Manely Fleming in St. Veep) and Elles from John Flemyngs to Nicholas Upton.
On dorse:
Of Cesseil cam Uppetun & Bryantte
Of Elyzabe came Stinynroundel
(Line erased)
Of Joane came Elys Warwycke
John of Balytinne had issue thre dosters Cessill Ellyzabeyth & Joane.
[Pedigree]

[no title]  107/673  No date (early 16th century)

Contents:
Pedigree similar to the above. (107/672)
On dorse:
"Ihu have marcy & ---
Ihu for the holy name
And for th ye bytter passion
Save us frome"

[no title]  107/674  No date (early 16th century)

Contents:
Pedigree similar to no. 107/672 above.
On dorse; after the pedigree:
"In part & not in al.
Ihu have marcy onne thes solis aforesade"
Before the pedigree:
"To bwyl a carpe wet
Take water & vinnegar or esselte and barme & rosmarye tyme & parslaye. bynd all in a bundell. take onnyance and cotthem flatt, & a lyttyll pepper & sweger & put hit in the browght. the browght muste bwyle by fore yow put in your carpe. this is the beste waye that is."

[no title]  107/675  No date (early 16th century)

Contents:
Tabular pedigree, generally similar to no. 107/675(?) above in content.

[no title]  107/676  No date (16th century)

Contents:
Tabular pedigree showing the descent of Nicholas Upton from Thomas Upton of Trelask and Joan, his wife.
(Paper)

[no title]  107/677  1542-1545

Contents:
Exchequer quietus to Nicholas Upton, collector of a subsidy for King Henry VIII in his 34th year (1542-3) in the hundreds of Portesdowne, Tychefeld, Bosmer, Faram, Fyncheden, Selborn, Menestoke, Estmene, and Alton, Hampshire. Amount collected: £231 15s 7 ½d.
Paid into the Treasury on 7 February, 36 Henry VIII (1544/5): £228 0s 2d. Retained for fee for himself and for the Commissioners and Sub-collectors: 115s 6d, at the rate of 2d in the pound.

[no title]  107/678  18 February 1546/7

Contents:
Exchequer quietus to Nicholas Upton, Esq., bailiff of Queen Catherine (Parr) in the hundred of Coleridge, Devon for three years to Michaelmas, 38 Henry VIII (1546). Examined by Anthony Bourchier, Auditor, 18 February 1546/7.

[no title]  107/679  24 February, 23 Elizabeth (1580/1)

Contents:
Bond to pay £1000.
Edward Crowmwell of Launde, Leicestershire, Esq. to George Upton of Puslinch, Esq.

[no title]  107/680  1718

Contents:
Estimate of the value of his personal estate by James Yonge.

[no title]  107/681  15 December 1726

Contents:
Faculty: grant of pew in south aisle of church of Newton Ferrers, recently erected, measuring 9ft 5in by 6ft 7 ½in, and standing on site of three ancient seats belonging to the barton of Puslinch.
Stephen, Bishop of Exeter, to James Yonge of Newton Ferrers, for the use of him and his family, as long as they own the capital messuage and barton of Puslinch.

[no title]  107/682  6 December 1727

Contents:
Agreement between parishioners and landowners of Newton Ferrers concerning the customs and manner of tithing in the parish.
Signed by W. Williams, Rector, John Holberton, Churchwarden, James Yonge, and eleven other persons.

[no title]  107/683  8 December 1727

Contents:
Another copy of the above (with fewer signatures and other differences).

[no title]  107/684  24 February 1732/3

Contents:
Letter from H. Coplestone to James Yonge concerning reply to a letter of Messrs.
Dyer about a bargain.

[no title]  107/685  28 December 1739

Contents:
Letter from James Yonge to John --ne concerning an attempt by Mr. Treby (George Treby, Member of Parliament for Dartmouth, 1722-1747) to disfranchise the freeholders.

[no title]  107/686  5 October 1738-12 March 1741/2

Contents:
Account of John Newtons for drapery, fruit, etc. supplied to James Yonge, including "To making two wiggs ,& addition of hair for your sons, £1 4s".

[no title]  107/687  18 October 1740-2 June 1742

Contents:
Receipted account of Edmund Archer to James Yonge, Esq. for the supply of cloth, buttons, etc.

[no title]  107/688  June 1745

Contents:
Letter from W. Yonge at Exeter to James Yonge, Esq. of Puslinch, his father, quoting a letter from W. Taunton rejoicing over the recovery from illness of James Yonge.
On dorse: numerous brief notes of property and business transactions, probably made by James Yonge preparatory to settling his estate.

[no title]  107/689  No date (18th century)

Contents:
Fragment of accounts for general supplies and services.

[no title]  107/690  30 October 1751

Contents:
Sequestration of living of Newton Ferrers, and power to administer revenues for the use of the future Rector.
Theophilus Blackall, B. D., Vicar General to George, Bishop of Exeter, to John Yonge, clerk.

[no title]  107/691  16 March 1753

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions.
Thomas, Duke of Leeds, K.G, executor of Rev. William Williams, late Rector of Newton Ferrers, to Rev. John Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers.

[no title]  107/692  24 February 1755

Contents:
Letter from J. Yonge to Samuel, his brother-in-law, concerning the payment of his legacy under his father's will.

[no title]  107/693  Reply dated 18 April 1759

Contents:
Copy of letter from Sir John Rogers, Baronet, to the Officers of Newton Ferrers and other parishes concerning the provision of clothes for the Militia, and of chests in which to keep the arms, etc.
Copy of reply by John Yonge on behalf of Newton Ferrers, refusing with much sarcasm and hostility to comply with his suggestions.

Application of John Yonge for Rous Exhibition at Pembroke College, Oxford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/694  18 March 1667

Contents:
Copy of will of Francis Rous, Provost of Eton College.
Annuity of £50 to his grandson, as long as he is training for a profession. £20 to Mr. Elford, his pastor at Acton; £5 p.a. for buying bibles and catechisms for poor children of Dittisham; £20 to the present minister there; 6s each to the poor of Acton; half of year's rent of what "they used to receive" to the poor of Westminster, Kensington and Knightsbridge; £20 to Mr. Bartlett of Windsor; £100 to be lent to William Rous, his nephew; £6 p.a. for two years to Thomas Rous of King's College; £20 to Elizabeth Rous at Penrose, Cornwall; £6 p.a. for seven years to Anthony Rous of Eton College; £20 each to his nieces Ruddyard, Skelton and Dorothy; £10 to Margaret Baker; £50 to poor of Eton, etc.
£40 p.a. of Parsonage and tithes of Great Bookham, Surrey, to maintain two scholars at Pembroke College, Oxford; £20 p.a. to another scholar in the same college, from a tenement in the manor of Mutton, Cornwall, during the lives of two Bigfords, and from their deaths, out of a tenement in Cookbury; the scholars to be poor, with less than £10 p.a., and to be of the posterity of himself, his brothers, Robert, Richard or Arthur Rous, or his sisters, Nicoll or Upton, failing whom to be chosen from the two highest forms in Eton College. Executor to choose, scholars during his lifetime, and make rules with help of Ambrose Upton, Prebend of Christ Church, Oxford.
Anthony Rous of Wetton, Cornwall, his kinsman, commonly called Colonel Rous, to be executor and trustee.

[no title]  107/695  25 June 1737

Contents:
Copy of assignment of annuity of £60, £40 of which is payable from the Parsonage or tithes of Great Bookham, Surrey, and £20 is payable from a tenement in Cookbury, Devon.
Phebe Greenwood of Frogwell (in Callington), Cornwall, widow, (surviving and only heir of John Rous, brother of Ambrose Rous, and son of Robert Rous of Wootton, Cornwall, Esq. who was assignee of Anthony Rous, executor of Francis Rous, Provost of Eton College, Esq., and of Ambrose Rous, Prebend of Christ Church, Oxford, trustee under the will of the same, in respect of an exhibition set up by Francis Rous at Pembroke College, Oxford, by his will dated 8 March 1657/8, for the descendants of him, his brothers or sisters, etc.) and John Creed of Buckland Monachorum, D.D., assignee of Phebe Greenwood, to Sir Francis Henry Drake of Place in Buckland Monachorum, baronet, John Watts of Saltash, Cornwall, mariner, and William Creed of Kingsbridge, gentleman, in trust to administer the annuities according to the terms of the will of Francis Rous.
Phebe Greenwood, John Creed and William Berriman of London, D. D., to present scholars from Eton, during their lives.
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  107/696  26 March 1766-22 February 1767

Contents:
Letters from Mr. Creed of Kingsbridge, attorney at law, and draft replies from Rev. John Yonge, concerning application for an exhibition at Pembroke College, Oxford, on behalf of his son.
(Twelve letters)

[no title]  107/697  31 January 1766-10 January 1767

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch and Rev. J. Griffith of Pembroke College, Oxford, concerning an exhibition at the College founded by Francis Rous, which Rev. John Yonge hopes to claim for his son, John, through descent from the founder's sister, Upton, and concerning the arrival of John Yonge at Oxford, his health, etc.
(Seventeen letters)

[no title]  107/698  19 March 1766

Contents:
Letter from Mary Upton of Hertford to John Yonge concerning the pedigree of the Upton family, giving details of the descendants of Arthur Upton of Lupton (in Brixham).

Medical Certificates of James Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/699  4 October 1771

Contents:
Certificate that James Yonge has been a dresser for surgery for twelve months at St. Thomas's Hospital, has attended three courses of anatomy and surgery, and has attended to dissections and the making of preparations as a dissecting pupil.

[no title]  107/700  7 January 1772

Contents:
Certificate that James Yonge has attended lectures on Chemistry. Signed by William Saunders, physician to Guy's Hospital.

[no title]  107/701  8 January 1772

Contents:
Certificate that James Yonge has attended lectures in Physick. Signed by William Saunders, physician to Guy's Hospital.

[no title]  107/702  10 August 1774

Contents:
Institution to the Rectory of Newton Ferrers, vacant by the death of Richard Doidge, clerk.
Frederick, Bishop of Exeter, to James Yonge, clerk.

[no title]  107/703  5 October 1779-29 February 1780

Contents:
Account of John Ford for supply of flowers, fruit and vegetables to James Yonge, Esq.

[no title]  107/704  10 June 1797

Contents:
General quitclaim on payment of legacy of £150 under the will of Elizabeth Morshead, wife of Philip Morshead, Esq. of Widey in Egg Buckland, dated 9 November 1793.
James Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers, to Philip Morshead.

[no title]  107/705  20 April ---

Contents:
Letter from James Yonge at Otterton to Mrs. Yonge (Elizabeth Yonge) of 3, Great George Street, Plymouth, concerning the arms of the Yonge family.

[no title]  107/706  18th century

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers of Newton Ferrers and Yealmpton, 1600-1724, concerning the Upton family.

[no title]  107/707  19th century

Contents:
Rough extracts from parish registers, 1600-1799, concerning the Upton family, similar to the above in part.

[no title]  107/708  1884

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers of Newton Ferrers, 1600-1694, concerning the Upton family.

[no title]  107/709  1810

Contents:
Illegible note addressed to Mrs. Hedge, marked "from Mrs. Hedge's Batt when they were going to Portsmouth, 1810".

[no title]  107/710  16 April 1819

Contents:
Note of deeds sent to Col. Coleridge:
Will of Dor. Doidge, 28 December 1780
Lease and release, Richard Doidge to Sleigh, 18 & 19 January 1779
Release from Mrs. Ann Duke to Doidge, 5 December 1785
Deed of Dorothy Conant and Richard Duke, 16 February 1737
(These are deeds of the Duke estates)

[no title]  107/711  10 July 1819

Contents:
Letter from F. G. Coleridge to Rev. John Yonge asking for the loan of two deeds.

[no title]  107/712  22 October 1822

Contents:
Letter from F.G. Coleridge of Ottery St. Mary, solicitor, to Rev. John Yonge, asking him for loan of various probates, settlements and other deeds.

[no title]  107/713  1819-1822

Contents:
List of deeds given to Frank Coleridge on 16 April 1819, to Mr. Holberton of Torr on 19 July 1819, and to Frank Coleridge on 10 December 1819 and 10 November 1822. (Various items crossed out to show they have been returned?)
Including the following:-
Mr. Conants Will, 1756
Mrs. Doidge's Deed of appointment, 29 April 1775
Mr. Doidge's marriage settlement with Dorothy Doidge, 1741
Release from Mrs. A. Duke & others to Doidge, 5 December 1785
Will of Rev. James Yonge, 29 April 1792
Release of Yard, Baron to Doidge, 27 & 28 September 1776
Probate of Mrs. Sarah Duke's will.

[no title]  107/714  14 September 1827

Contents:
Letter from F.G. Coleridge to Rev. John Yonge, asking him for loan of three deeds in order to prove title to property in Rockbeare.
Mr. Doidge with Dorothy Conant, Settlement, 24 & 25 April 1741
Mrs. Doidges Appointment, 29 April 1775
Release of sums of money, 5 December 1785
(These were apparently not returned)

[no title]  107/715  22 November 1836

Contents:
Mortgage of proportion of tolls arising on the Modbury Turnpike during a certain term.
Trustees of Modbury Turnpike to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, in exchange for the surrender of several earlier mortgages amounting to £770.

[no title]  107/716  1847-1856

Contents:
Mortgage of proportion of tolls arising on the Modbury Turnpike during a certain term.
Trustees of Modbury Turnpike to Edmund Granger of Exeter, Esq. in exchange for the surrender of several earlier mortgages, amounting to £1060.
22 November 1856
On dorse: assignment by William Granger of Exeter, Esq. and Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, executors of Edmund Granger, to the said Rev. John Yonge.
7 May 1847

[no title]  107/717  29 September 1837

Contents:
Mortgage (as in no. 107/715).
Trustees of Modbury Turnpike to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration £75.

[no title]  107/718  1 January 1841

Contents:
Mortgage (as in no. 107/715).
Trustees of Modbury Turnpike to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration. £50.

[no title]  107/719  4 October 1842

Contents:
Letter from Anne Oxenham, wife of the Vicar of Cornwood, to Mrs. Yonge concerning the death of Mrs. Gudgeon.

[no title]  107/720  19 April 1851

Contents:
Letter from Woollcombe & Co. to Rev. John Yonge concerning deeds sent by him to them.

[no title]  107/721  19 May 1851

Contents:
Letter from the Bursar, Exeter College, Oxford, to J.B. Yonge, Esq. concerning his account with the College.

[no title]  107/722  9 April 1853

Contents:
Note of deeds sent to Woollcombe & Co. for the use of Mr. Roe's attorney.

[no title]  107/723  12 April 1855

Contents:
Letter from Charles Thomas James of Ermington Vicarage to Rev. Duke Yonge offering condolences and a subscription to the Missionaries of St. Augustine.

[no title]  107/724  1870

Contents:
Two newspaper cuttings concerning the death of James Yonge, Esq., M.D., aged 76, at the Crescent, Plymouth, on 3 January 1870.

[no title]  107/725  Postmarked 1871

Contents:
Envelope (containing nos. 705; 709 and 719) addressed to Miss Yonge at Puslinch.

[no title]  107/726  7 October 1872

Contents:
Notice from Thomas Littleton, an official of Plymouth Public Dispensary to Rev.
John Yonge, informing him that Susan Hopes, admitted 26 August 1872, has been discharged cured, and "gratefully returns thanks for the benefits received from this Charity by your Recommendation".

[no title]  107/727  No date (19th century)

Contents:
List of deeds sent to Mr. Stevens.

[no title]  107/728  2 March 1874

Contents:
Letter from Stephens, Prance & Co. to Rev. John Yonge acknowledging the receipt of a cheque.

[no title]  107/729  13 November 1869-May 1876

Contents:
List of deeds sent away.

[no title]  107/730  1878 or later

Contents:
Tabular pedigree of the Yonge family from William Upton (17th century) to 1878, including all the children of Duke Yonge (who died in 1881).

[no title]  107/731  16 February 1884

Contents:
Letter from William H. Upton, counsellor-at-law, Walla Walla, Washington, U.S.A., to Rev. Duke Yonge, concerning the genealogy of the Upton family.

[no title]  107/732  8 June 1884

Contents:
Letter from the same to Mrs. Charlotte C. Yonge of Puslinch, concerning the genealogy of the Upton family, and seeking permission to examine the deeds of the family.

[no title]  107/733  18 July 1884

Contents:
Letter from T.Y.A.M, of Salcombe Regis to his aunt, Charlotte Yonge of Puslinch, concerning the proposal that "a Yankee" should look at the title deeds at Puslinch, and that they be sent to a "local genealogist" at Plymouth.

[no title]  107/734  1884

Contents:
Notes concerning the letters of W.H. Upton and the information that he seeks.
(Two sheets)

[no title]  107/735  20 August 1884

Contents:
Letter from William H. Upton to Mrs. Charlotte C. Yonge, thanking her for her information, etc.

[no title]  107/736  Late 19th century

Contents:
Miscellaneous transcripts and lists of deeds and papers in this collection, and various notes.
(Nine sheets of paper and 24 scraps)

TRUSTEESHIPS AND EXECUTORSHIPS OF MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

Winding up of Samuel Yonge's Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/737  25 March 1706

Contents:
Note of receipts of money by James Yonge on behalf of his brother.

[no title]  107/738  20 April 1706-9 May 1707

Contents:
Account of John Bennett for receipts and disbursements on behalf of the late Samuell Young concerning his houses at London and Compton Gifford, etc.

[no title]  107/739  27 April 1706

Contents:
List of payments by James Yonge to and on behalf of Samuell, his brother.

[no title]  107/740  21 November 1706

Contents:
Receipt for £2 5s to the use of Samuell Yonge.
John Bennett to Johana Burtten.

[no title]  107/741  28 April 1707

Contents:
Account of Nicholas Tiley (?), tailor, for mourning clothes supplied to James Yonge.

[no title]  107/742  1 May 1707

Contents:
Account of William Hutchins for a coffin, etc. for Sammuell Young.

[no title]  107/743  2 May 1707

Contents:
Account of Sexton for burial of Mr. Young.

[no title]  107/744  2 May 1707

Contents:
Account of Hannah Lymbeare for supply of mourning clothes to James Yonge.

[no title]  107/745  2 May 1707

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bingham to James Yonge for wine supplied for his brother's funeral.

[no title]  107/746  3 May 1707

Contents:
Receipt for 10s 6d for attendance on Samuel Yonge, etc.
Ann Evans to James Yonge.

[no title]  107/747  15 May 1707

Contents:
Account of Walter Tredenicke for food and drink supplied to Samuell Young, and in connection with his burial.

[no title]  107/748  10 May 1707-21 April 1708

Contents:
Account of John Bennett for receipts and disbursements for Madam Dorothy Younge, concerning property in London, Compton Gifford, etc.

[no title]  107/749  31 May 1707

Contents:
List of rents payable by tenants to the late Rev. Samuell Yonge for lands and houses at Compton Gifford and Plymouth.

[no title]  107/750  4 February 1707/8

Contents:
Account of Thomas Algar for general supplies and services to Samuell Yong.

Marriage of Rev. Duke Yonge and Catharina Crawley (1777)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/751  16 January 1777

Contents:
Agreement on the marriage of Rev. Duke Yonge, clerk, youngest son of Elizabeth Yonge of Puslinch, widow, and Catharina Crawley of St. Michael's, Gloucester, spinster.
Covenant by Elizabeth Yonge to pay £200 p.a. to Thomas Crawley Bovey of Flaxley Abby, Gloucester, Esq., John Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley (in Yealmpton, Esq., and Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, eldest son of Elizabeth Yonge, until the sum of £5000 is reached; and to pay £5000 to the same from the proceeds of the sale of the estates of Robert Duke, Esq. of Otterton, deceased; in trust to pay £3000 to Duke Yonge, and to the use of Duke Yonge and Catharina Crawley for life, and then for their children, etc.

[no title]  107/752  16 January 1777

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Rev. Duke Yonge to Thomas Crawley Boevy, John Pollexfen Bastard and Rev. James Yonge.

[no title]  107/753  30 April 1789

Contents:
Bond to transfer £2100 Bank-Stock in trust for Elizabeth Morshead, wife of Philip Morshead, residuary legatee and executrix of Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, Esq.
Philip Morshead of Widey (in Egg Buckland), Esq. to Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, Rev. Duke Yonge of Otterton, clerk, and Samuel Archer of Plympton St. Mary, Esq, and Dorothy, his wife.

[no title]  107/754  19 July 1796-13 July 1797

Contents:
Letters and transfer certificates for consols sent from Messrs. Child & Co. to Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, as one of trustees for Mrs. (Dorothy) Archer.

Marriage of Captain George Crawley and Charlotte Yonge (1806)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/755  November 1824-October 1825

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago, solicitors, for services to Mrs. Crawley, on behalf of her daughter, Miss Crawley.

[no title]  107/756  15 January 1827 and April 1830-January 1831

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago for services to Rev. John Lloyd Crawley and Rev. Duke Yonge, surviving trustees under the marriage settlement of the late Captain George Crawley.

Marriage of Charles Crawley and Catharina Yonge (1811)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/757  30 August 1811

Contents:
Settlement on marriage between Charles Crawley of Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire, clerk, and Catharina Yonge, daughter of Duke Yonge the elder, clerk, Vicar of Cornwood.
Declaration that £846 11s 3d paid by Duke Yonge the elder to Thomas Crawley Boevey of Gloucester, Esq., John Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., and Duke Yonge the younger, clerk, Vicar of Anthony, Cornwall, shall be held on trust, to the use of Thomas Crawley for life, and then to the use of Catharina Yonge for life, and then in trust for their children equally, etc. (No consideration specified).

[no title]  107/758  10 September 1857

Contents:
Quitclaim of all actions on distribution of trust funds.
Rev. Charles Yonge Crawley of Gloucester, clerk, Catharina Duke Crawley and Charlotte Elizabeth Crawley, both of Spring Hill, Maisemore, Gloucestershire, spinsters, Rev. George John Lloyd Crawley of Pilgrim Street, Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, clerk; Mary Crawley, Anna Cordelia Crawley and Augusta Boevey Crawley, all of Spring Hill, spinsters, children of Charles Crawley and Catharina, his wife, both deceased, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk.
Consideration: £600 each.

[no title]  107/759  15 May-16 September 1857

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. John Yonge and Rev. C. Y. Crawley concerning the settlement of trust funds.
(Twelve letters)

[no title]  107/760  9 June-19 September 1857

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. J. Yonge and James Wintle of Newenham, Gloucestershire, brother-in-law of Charles Crawley, concerning the same.
(Nine letters)

[no title]  107/761  17 May-19 September 1857

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. J. Yonge and Catharina Crawley, Charlotte E. Crawley, Mary Crawley, Anna C. Crawley, Augusta B. Crawley and Rev. G.J.L.
Crawley, concerning the same.
(Four letters)

[no title]  107/762  8 June-23 June 1857

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. J. Yonge and Messrs R.& S.G. Sheppard and Sons of 28 Threadneedle Street, London, concerning sale of stock.
(Three letters)

[no title]  107/763  24 June and 17 October 1857

Contents:
Letters from Messrs. Child & Co. to Rev. J. Yonge concerning the trust account.
(Two letters)

[no title]  107/764  12 June 1857

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stephens of Plymouth, solicitor, to Rev. J. Yonge.

[no title]  107/765  25 June 1857

Contents:
Copy of letter from Rev. J. Yonge to Commissioners of Inland Revenue.

[no title or date]  107/766

Contents:
Form for declaration of personal property for succession duty and printed notes on Succession Duty Act.

[no title]  107/767  1857

Contents:
Envelope from Inland Revenue to Rev. J. Yonge, with notes about an entry in a register on 27 June 1857.

[no title]  107/768  1857

Contents:
Notes and calculations concerning the payment of trust funds.
(Two sheets)

[no title]  107/769  19 August 1857

Contents:
Copy of declaration of personal property for succession duty in respect of Catharina Crawley, on death of Charles Crawley.

[no title]  107/770  18 September 1857

Contents:
Certificate of indemnity from all claims for succession duty, etc. due from the late Catharina Crawley of Spring Hill, Maisemore, Gloucestershire.
Charles Yonge Crawley of the Grey Friars, Gloucester, clerk, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch

Marriage of Sir John Colborne (Lord Seaton) and Elizabeth Yonge (1816)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/771  1816-1848

Contents:
Settlement after marriage of Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., Lieutenant-colonel of the 52nd Regiment of Foot, and Elizabeth Yonge.
Agreement that Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, Rev. Duke Yonge the younger of East Anthony, Cornwall, clerk, and James Yonge of Balliol College, Oxford, Esq. shall stand possessed of £793 19s 6d Bank Stock and £228 15s 11d Bank Stock, on trust for John Colborne for life, and then to Elizabeth, his wife, for life, and then for their children, etc.
7 June 1816
Attached -
Receipt for considerations for transfer of Bank Stock to Rev. John Yonge.
£1399 2s 6d for transfer of £704 17s 30 August 1848
5s for transfer of £89 13s 11d 30 August 1848
5s for transfer of £1251 15s 5 September 1848

[no title]  107/772  22 November 1836

Contents:
Mortgage of proportion of tolls arising on the Modbury Turnpike during a certain term.
Trustees of Modbury Turnpike to Sir John Colborne, K. C. B., Lieutenant-general and Commander of the Forces in Upper and Lower Canada, in exchange for the surrender of several earlier mortgages amounting to £315.

[no title]  107/773  26 August-5 September 1848 and 28 August 1857

Contents:
Letters from Messrs. Child, Company and Self to Rev. John Yonge concerning investments on behalf of Lord Seaton's marriage settlement (with note by Lord Seaton, the son, promising to return them, 15 April 1869)
(Four letters)

[no title]  107/774  1861-1874

Contents:
Copy of will of Rt. Hon John Baron Seaton of Beechwood in Plympton St. Mary, Field Marshal in the British Army.
House and estate of Beechwood and other estates to Lady Seaton, his wife, for life, and then to James Colborne, his eldest son.
Residue of personal estate to his wife and eldest son, on trust to invest the proceeds for his wife for life, and then for his unmarried daughters, Elizabeth and Cordelia Anne L'Estrange and his eldest son, etc.
£4500 each to Elizabeth and Cordelia Ann L'Estrange, his daughters. £2000 each to Francis and Graham, his sons, and £1000 each to John, his son, and Jane, wife of Captain Moore, his daughter. £1500 to Graham, his son, on trust to invest it for Edmund, his son.
October 1861
Proved 23 July 1863
Enclosed: notes about the settlement of the estate on the death of Lady Seaton.
December 1874

[no title]  107/775  1843, 1857 and 1869

Contents:
Correspondence and notes concerning the will of Lord Seaton, and the marriage settlement of Lord and Lady Seaton.

[no title]  107/776  December 1872-September 1873

Contents:
Correspondence and notes concerning the will and marriage settlement of Lady Seaton on her death.

[no title]  107/777  27 January 1873

Contents:
Accounts of succession to personal property of seven children of the late Lord and Lady Seaton, and the representatives of the eighth, upon the death of Lady Seaton.

[no title]  107/778  February 1873

Contents:
Account of property comprised in the marriage settlement of the late Lord and Lady Seaton, dated 7 June 1816, and of the distribution thereof by Rev. John Yonge, surviving trustee.

[no title]  107/779  1873

Contents:
Quitclaim of actions under the marriage settlement of John, Lord Seaton, and Elizabeth, his wife.
Rt. Hon. James, Lord Seaton, Hon. Francis Colborne of Beechwood in Plympton St. Mary, Major-general in H. M. Army, Hon. & Rev. Graham Colborne of Dittisham, clerk, Hon. Edmund Colborne of Beechwood, Esq., Hon. John Colborne of Beechwood, Major in H.M. Army, Hon. Elizabeth Colborne of Beechwood, spinster, Alexander George Montgomery-Moore of. --- in the Presidency of Bengal, India, Lieutenant-colonel of 4th Hussars, and Hon. Jane Montgomery Moore, his wife, formerly Jane Colborne, seven of the children of. John, Lord Seaton, and Elizabeth, his wife, and the said James, Lord Seaton, as administrator of Hon Cordelia Anne L'Estrange Colborne, spinster, deceased, his sister, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, surviving trustee of the marriage settlement, and to representatives of Duke Yonge and James Yonge, the other trustees.
Consideration: £4962 8s in distribution of trust funds.
20 February 1873
Attached:-
(1) Power of attorney for signing of above deed.
Hon. & Rev. Graham Colborne and Hon. Edmund Colborne, both now of Vienna, Austria, to Robert Stephens, William Henry Prance and Edward Jago of Plymouth, gentleman.
28 February 1873
(2) Power of attorney for signing of above deed.
Alexander George Montgomery-Moore and Jane, his wife, to Stephens, Prance and Jago, as above
12 March 1873

Marriage of James Yonge and Margaret Crawley  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/780  7 January 1820

Contents:
Copy of agreement on marriage between James Yonge of Queen Anne Street, Middlesex, doctor of medicine, and Margaret Crawley of Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire, spinster, a daughter of Sir Thomas Crawley Boevey of Flaxley Abbey, baronet, deceased.
Covenant to transfer sums of £2000 Bank Stock and £4000 Navy 5% Annuities.
James Yonge, with consent of Margaret Crawley, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Antony, Cornwall, clerk, Rev. Charles Crawley of Broughtons, Gloucestershire, clerk, Rev. William Crawley of Blaisdon, Gloucestershire, clerk, and George Abraham Crawley of Salisbury Square, London, gentleman, in trust for James Yonge for life, then for Margaret Crawley for life, then for their children, etc.

[no title]  107/781  10 December 1862

Contents:
Letter from William Woollcombe of 13 Princess Square, Plymouth; to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning deeds under the marriage settlement of James Yonge.

[no title]  107/782  10 December 1862

Contents:
Letter from J.D. Pode of 22 Duke Street, Manchester Square, London, to Rev. Duke Yonge, asking him to act as trustee of the marriage settlement of James Yonge and Margaret Crawley.

[no title]  107/783  30 May 1867

Contents:
Notice from the Bank of England to Rev. Duke Yonge that application has been made for a power of attorney for transfer of stock standing in his name, and the names of A.Y. Crawley, J.D. Pode and W.I. Woollcombe, as trustees.

[no title]  107/784  31 May 1867

Contents:
Note from John Yonge to Rev. Duke Yonge asking him to execute a power of attorney.

Marriage of William Crawley Yonge and Frances Mary Bargus (1822)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/785  18 & 19 October 1822

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of William Crawley Yonge of Cornwood, Esq. son of Rev. Duke Yonge of the same, clerk, and Frances Mary Bargus, spinster, daughter of Mary Bargus of Otterborne, Hampshire, widow.
Lease and release of Dunley Farm at Whitchurch, Hampshire, 331 acres; Bradley Farm at the same, 436 acres, and Henley Farm at the same, 253 acres, all occupied by William Hooper.
Mary Bargus and Frances Mary Bargus to Thomas Westcombe of Winchester, Hampshire, clerk, and John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, on trust to pay annuity of £300 to William Crawley Yonge for life, and then to Frances Mary Bargus for life, and to pay the residue of the profits of the lands to Mary Bargus for life, and then in trust for their children, etc.
Agreement that the same trustees stand possessed of sums of £1000 3% Consols, and £2439 0s 6d 3% Consols, in trust for Frances Mary Bargus and William Crawley Yonge respectively, for life, and then for their children.
Consideration: 10s each to Mary and Frances Mary Bargus.

[no title]  107/786  7 November 1826

Contents:
Copy of will of Mary Bargus of Otterbourn, Hampshire, widow.
House, etc. at Otterbourn, etc. to Frances Mary Yonge, her daughter, wife of William Crawley Yonge, Esq.
£1000 3% Consols to Alethea Henrietta Yonge, her daughter-in-law (sic), wife of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch.
£10000 3% Consols to Rev. Thomas Westcombe, her nephew, and Rev. John Yonge, on trust for Frances Mary Yonge for life, and then for William Crawley Yonge for life, and then for their children.
Residue to Frances Mary Yonge.

[no title]  107/787  20 May 1844

Contents:
Letter from William C. Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, to Messrs. Thomas Westcombe and John Yonge, requesting them as trustees to dispose of £4505 9s 10d 3% Consols, and to lay out the money on a mortgage loan on the security of the Weeke Estate at Modbury.

[no title]  107/788  16 September 1844

Contents:
Letter from William Harris of Lincolns Inn, London, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, enclosing the following -
His account for legal services in the settlement of the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Bargus.
Receipt on transfer of £15000 3% Consols to Rev. William Stanley Goddard, D.D., and John, Lord Seaton
Account for legal services to Dr. Goddard.
Copy of letter to Lord Seaton asking him to execute a power of attorney for payment of dividends upon the said Consols to Rev. John Yonge for life.

[no title]  107/789  10 July and 31 October 1854

Contents:
Case and opinion of William Henry Townsend of Lincolns Inn, concerning the interests and liabilities of Mrs. Frances Mary Yonge, her children, and the trustees of her marriage settlement and of her mother's will (including supplementary case and opinion).

[no title]  107/790  2 February 1855

Contents:
Appointment of £4342 3s 3d under settlement made on marriage of William Crawley Yonge and Frances Mary Bargus.
Frances Mary Yonge of Otterborne, widow, to Charlotte Mary Yonge and Julian Bargus Yonge, her only children.

[no title]  107/791  2 February 1855

Contents:
Appointment of £10000 3% Consols under the will of Mary Bargus of Otterborne, Hampshire, widow.
Frances Mary Yonge of Otterborne, widow, to Charlotte Mary Yonge and Julian Bargus Yonge, her only children.

[no title]  107/792  8 February 1855

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions.
Frances Mary Yonge of Otterborne, Hampshire, widow, Charlotte Mary Yonge of the same, spinster, and Julian Bargus Yonge of the same Esq. to John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, surviving mortgagee and trustee of the marriage settlement.
Consideration: transfer to Frances Mary Yonge of trust estate and stock.

[no title]  107/793  27 March 1855

Contents:
Receipt for duty on legacy of £10000 3% Consols under the will of Mary Bargus of Otterbourne, Hampshire, to Charlotte Mary Yonge and Julian Bargus Yonge.

[no title]  107/794  3 April 1855

Contents:
Receipt for duty on legacy of £4505 9s 10d 3% reduced Consols under the will of William Crawley Yonge, Esq to Frances Mary Yonge, widow, Charlotte Mary Yonge and Julian Bargus Yonge of Otterboune, Hampshire.

[no title]  107/795  25 November 1856

Contents:
Letter from William Harris of Lincolns Inn to Rev. John Yonge enclosing deeds and papers concerning the marriage settlement of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yonge.

[no title]  107/796  1822-1873

Contents:
Notes of dates of deaths and other events in connection with the marriage settlement of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yonge.

[no title]  107/797  19 July 1873

Contents:
Copy of appointment of Rev. John Eyre Yonge of Eton College, Bucks, clerk, and Edward St. John Griffiths of Fort Grange, Gosport, Hampshire, Major in 19th regiment of Infantry, by Julian Bargus Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, Esq. and Emma Frances, his wife, as trustees of their marriage settlement in place of James Arthur Yonge, deceased, Rev. Thomas Coulthard of Plymstock, clerk, and James Battin Coulthard of Binstead Hill near Alton, Hampshire, Esq.
Release of Dunley Farm, 331 acres, Bradley Farm, 436 acres, and Henley Farm, 253 acres, at Whitchurch, Hampshire, all formerly occupied by William Hooper.
Thomas Coulthard and James Battin Coulthard to John Eyre Yonge and Edward St. John Griffiths, upon trusts as provided in the marriage settlement.
Declaration that John Eyre Yonge and Edward St. John Griffiths shall stand possessed of mortgage debt of £2604 and stocks and securities to the same uses.

[no title]  107/798  17 October-13 November 1873

Contents:
Correspondence between Julian B. Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, and Rev. John Yonge, as possessor of the legal estate of Dunley Farm at Whitchurch, which it is proposed to convey to a purchaser.
(Four letters)

[no title]  107/799  15 November-24 December 1873

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. John Yonge and William Harris of 5, Stone Buildings, Lincolns Inn, concerning the conveyance of the legal estate of trust property at Whitchurch, Hampshire, to new trustees.
(Eleven letters)

[no title]  107/800  8 December 1873

Contents:
Copy of release of legal estate of Dunley Farm, Bradley Farm and Henley Farm at Whitchurch, Hampshire.
John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, by request of Julian Bargus Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, Esq. and Emma Frances, his wife, to John Eyre Yonge of Eton College, Bucks, clerk, and Edward St. John Griffiths of Fort Grange, Gosport, Hampshire, upon the trusts provided in the marriage settlement of Julian Bargus Yonge and his wife

[no title or date]  107/801

Contents:
Analysis of the above deed.

Winding up of Rev. Duke Yonge's Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/802  1823-1824

Contents:
Copy of will of Duke Yonge, Vicar of Cornwood.
Estate of Week or Weeks in Modbury, lately purchased, occupied by Adams, Trimp, Stertiford and others; estate, freehold and leasehold, in Ottery St. Mary, occupied by Salter, Coleridge and others; and estates in St. Thomas the Apostle, occupied by Banfil, Moysey and others, to John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, (James Yonge, included among trustees only in habendum clause), Richard Rosdew of Beechwood in Plympton, Esq. and Duke Yonge of Antony, Cornwall, clerk, son of the testator, in trust to pay annuity of £500 to Catherine, his wife, and then in trust for sale.
Pump Field, now divided into two, and house in George Street, Plymouth, both in St. Andrews, Plymouth, to his wife for life, and then to the above trustees.
Two fields called Huntscombes in Compton Gifford, to the same trustees in trust for sale.
Estate called Old Hall in Colaton Raleigh, with freehold cottage, and portion of fee farm rent payable by Lord Rolle out of the tithe of Otterton, to Duke Yonge, his son.
Copyhold land in the manor of Highbury and Parish of Islington, Middlesex, to Charles Yonge, clerk, his son.
Estate in Yealmpton called Oddlicombe or Hurlcombe, occupied by John Rogers, to Charles, his son.
Estate called Yollands, freehold or otherwise, in Plympton St. Mary, occupied by --- Horton, to Charlotte Crawley, his daughter.
Estate in Ermington, called Longbrook, occupied by John Rogers, to James Yonge, M.D., his son.
Messuage, etc. in Venn Ottery, occupied by --- Pile, to William Crawley Yonge, his son, as part of payment of £2000 under his marriage settlement.
Various monetary bequests.
19 April 1823
Proved 7 January 1824

[no title]  107/803  1823-1824

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823 [will proved 7 January 1824], to: Plymouth Public Dispensary, £50

[no title]  107/804  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Rt. Hon. Reginald Pole Carew; £169 18s

[no title]  107/805  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: James Yonge, son of the deceased, £400

[no title]  107/806  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Ann Duke Yonge, daughter of the deceased, £400

[no title]  107/807  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: James Yonge, descendant of a brother of the deceased, £100

[no title]  107/808  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Edmund Yonge, descendant of a brother of the deceased, £100

[no title]  107/809  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Marianne Yonge, descendant of a brother of the deceased, £100

[no title]  107/810  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Jane Yonge, descendant of a brother of the deceased, £100

[no title]  107/811  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to: Elizabeth Colborne, descendant of a brother of the deceased, £75

[no title]  107/812  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
Rev. William Oxenham, Vicar of Cornwood, Treby Hele Hays, Rev. Robert Savage:
£59 18s 4d.

[no title]  107/813  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
Duke Yonge, son of the deceased, £2645 15s

[no title]  107/814  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
Susanna Yonge, daughter of the deceased, £4000

[no title]  107/815  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
Charlotte Crawley, daughter of the deceased, £840

[no title]  107/816  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
The same, £1217

[no title]  107/817  1823

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, who died on 3 December 1823, to:
Charles Yonge, son of the deceased, £600

[no title or date]  107/818

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on annuities under the same will, to:-
Judith Wyatt Gwilliam, £6 6s p.a.

[no title or date]  107/819

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on annuities under the same will, to:-
Duke Yonge, son of the deceased, £31 11s 2d p.a.

[no title or date]  107/820

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on annuities under the same will, to:-
Rev. Charles Crawley, £63 p.a.

[no title or date]  107/821

Contents:
Form of receipt for duties on annuities under the same will, to:-
The same, £63 p.a.

[no title]  107/822  1 February 1825

Contents:
Form of receipt for duty on residuary estate of Rev. Duke Yonge, £20233 10s.

[no title]  107/823  1823 (?)

Contents:
Notes about the settlement of the estate of Rev. Duke Yonge, etc.

[no title]  107/824  1823-1826

Contents:
Bundle marked "Mr. Rosdew on my Father's trust money".
Letters from:-
Rev. Duke Yonge of Antony, to Richard Rosdew of Beechwood, Plympton St. Mary.
30 August 1823
The same to the same.
17 November 1823
R. Pole-Carew to Richard Rosdew
23 November 1823
Rev. Duke Yonge to Richard Rosdew
25 November 1823
Richard Rosdew to Rev. Duke Yonge
9 December 1826
Concerning the trust money of Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, who died in 1823.

[no title]  107/825  29 November 1823

Contents:
Statement of account of Messrs. Child & Co., bankers, to Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/826  1 June 1824

Contents:
Statement of account to executor of Rev. Duke Yonge

[no title]  107/827  6 August 1824

Contents:
Statement of account to the same, and to Rev. Duke Yonge, junior.

[no title]  107/828  15 July 1824

Contents:
Note of sale of £5000 3% Consols on behalf of Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/829  8 July 1824-1825

Contents:
Account of F.G. Coleridge for services to the trustees of the late Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/830  January 1824-29 January 1825

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago with Rev. Duke Yonge, executor of Rev. Duke Yonge, deceased.

[no title]  107/831  January 1824-March 1825

Contents:
Accounts of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago, solicitors, for services to Rev. Duke Yonge, executor of Rev. Duke Yonge, deceased.

[no title]  107/832  16 March 1825

Contents:
Account of legacy duties paid under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge by Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago.

[no title]  107/833  20 March-29 September 1825

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago for legal services to Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/834  September 1824-November 1825

Contents:
Accounts of Messrs Woollcombe and Jago for services to Rev. John Yonge, Richard Rosdew, Esq., and Rev. Duke Yonge, trustees under the will of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, deceased.

[no title]  107/835  September 1824-November 1825

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Woollcombe and Jago for legal services to the same, as above.
(Receipted)

[no title]  107/836  15 June 1824-August 1825

Contents:
Stubs of cheque book.

[no title]  107/837  26 August 1825-October 1825

Contents:
Cheque book, with some cheques used, drawn on Messrs. Sir William Elford, Bart., Tingcombe and Were Clarke.

[no title]  107/838  December 1825

Contents:
Receipt for £1930 8s 8d from Rev. Duke Yonge, Rev. Charles Yonge and James Yonge, M. D., for purchase of Bank Stock.

[no title]  107/839  No date

Contents:
Statement of charity fund under will of Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/840  No date

Contents:
List of duties payable on legacies under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/841  No date [Will proved 7 January 1824]

Contents:
Inventory or the books of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, bequeathed to his wife for selection, and after the selection to his son.

[no title]  107/842  1839-1842

Contents:
Notes of interest due; etc.

[no title]  107/843  28 May 1844


Related information: (see also nos. PWDRO 107/560-605 for Rev. Duke Yonge's Estate)

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions under the will of Rev. Duke Yonge.
Rev;. Charles Crawley of Hartpury Vicarage, Gloucestershire, clerk, and Catherina, his wife, daughter of the testator, James Yonge of Plymouth, Esq., M.D., son of the testator, William Crawley Yonge of Otterbourne, Hampshire, Esq., son of the testator, William Pode of Slade House (in Cornwood), Esq., Charles Carter the younger of Bideford, Esq., James Yonge of Plymouth, M. D., and Henry Woollcombe of Plymouth, Esq. (trustees under the marriage settlement of Thomas Julian Pode of Plympton, Esq. and Anne Duke, his wife), at request of the same; Thomas Julian Pode and Anne Duke, his wife; James Yonge of Plymouth, M.D. (only surviving trustee under the marriage settlement of Jerome Roach of Plymouth, Esq. and Susanna, his wife, daughter of the testator); Rev. John Duke Yonge of Alloa, Clackmannan, Scotland, clerk; John Francis Duke Yonge, residing at Coblenz on the Rhine, MD.; Frederick Duke Yonge, Mate in RN.; Arthur Duke Yonge of Putney, Surrey, gentleman; Cordelia Anne Duke Yonge of Plymouth, spinster; Edward Bond, Esq. Major in 53rd Regiment of the Line, and Alathea Duke, his wife, formerly Alathea Duke Yonge; the six surviving children of Rev. Duke Yonge of Anthony, Cornwall, clerk, deceased, a son of the testator; Cordelia Anne Yonge of Plymouth, widow and executrix of Duke Yonge, the son; Charles Duke Yonge, Esq., Rev. John Eyre Yonge, clerk, James Arthur Yonge, Esq., George Edward Yonge, Esq., all of Eton, Bucks, John Mason of Aldenham Lodge near St. Albans, Herts, Esq., and Charlotte Frances, his wife, formerly Charlotte Frances Yonge, and Elizabeth Yonge of Eton, widow, administratrix of Elizabeth Catherina Yonge of Eton, spinster; the six surviving children of Rev. Charles Yonge of Eton College, Bucks, clerk, son of the testator; Rev. Hugh Polson of Woolstone House near Farringdon, Berkshire, clerk, and Georgiana, his wife, formerly Georgiana Crawley, spinster, only child of Charlotte Crawley of Plympton Erle (who was the widow of George Crawley, late Captain, R. N., and later wife of John Collier Jones, D.D., but formerly Charlotte Yonge, daughter of the testator), for themselves and as administrators of Charlotte Jones, deceased; and Anne Duke Pode, executrix of Catherina Yonge, her mother, widow of the testator, with consent of Thomas Julian Pode, her husband; to John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, the representatives of Richard Rosdew of Beechwood (in Plympton St. Mary), deceased, and the representatives of Duke Yonge, son of the testator, deceased.
Consideration: distribution of £3028 16s 3d; trust fund.

Marriage of Rev. Joseph Hemington Harris and Jane Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/844  22 May 1837

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Rev. Joseph Hemington Harris, D.D. of Toronto, Upper Canada, and Jane Yonge of Quebec, Lower Canada, daughter of Rev. James Yonge of Puslinch, deceased.
Agreement that there shall be no communion of property between them, but that the rights and obligations of the marriage shall be regulated by the laws of Upper Canada.
Covenant by both parties with Henry Hemington Harris of Cambridge, England, solicitor, and Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, to assign certain stocks and shares to them (£3500 3½% stock from J. H. Harris, and certain shares from Jane Yonge), in trust to pay the profits to J.H. Harris for life, and then to Jane Yonge for life, and then for their children or assigns, etc.

[no title]  107/845  13 March 1839

Contents:
Authorisation for transfer of £5000 new 3 ½% stock to 3% Consols.
Joseph H, Harris and Jane, his wife, to Henry H. Harris and John Yonge.

Marriage of John A. Morshead and Alethea Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/846  30 September 1861

Contents:
Letter from John A. Morshead of Salcombe Vicarage to Rev. J. Yonge concerning land at Widey in Egg Buckland, which is security for his marriage settlement, which, together with various lands, are to be taken by the Fortification Commissioners.

[no title]  107/847  12 December 1865

Contents:
Letter from John A. Morshead to Rev. John Yonge concerning a marriage settlement lent to Mr. Prance, and proposed arrangements for paying money to the trustees, etc.

[no title]  107/848  23 March 1871

Contents:
Letter from the same to the same, thanking him for a cheque on behalf of a marriage settlement, etc.

[no title]  107/849  4 April 1871

Contents:
Letter from the same to the same concerning general family matters.

[no title]  107/850  21 September 1871

Contents:
Letter from the same to Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers, asking for an advance of money to John (his son) from the funds of the marriage settlement.

[no title]  107/851  5 October 1871

Contents:
Copy of part of a letter from Rev. John Yonge to J. A. Morshead, enclosing a cheque for £100 to assist in John Morshead's training as a barrister until arrangements can be made to draw upon the trust funds.

[no title]  107/852  No date

Contents:
Abstract of case and opinion of Mr. Stephens concerning payment of money under the marriage settlement.

[no title]  107/853  5 October 1871

Contents:
Copy of letter from John Yonge to Messrs. Stephens, Prance and Co. reporting that he has advanced money for the training of John Y. Morshead.

[no title]  107/854  6 October 1871

Contents:
Letter from John A. Morshead to Rev. J. Yonge acknowledging the cheque, etc.

[no title]  107/855  6 October 1871

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Stephens, Prance and Co. to Rev. J. Yonge, acknowledging his letter.

[no title]  107/856  6 October 1881

Contents:
Receipt for two deeds, the marriage settlement of Rev. J.P.A. Morshead, to be sent to Prance's office.
John Y.A. Morshead to Rev. Duke Yonge.

Marriage of John Bargus Yonge and Cordelia Hay (1848)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/857  6 March 1877

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Dundas and Wilson of Edinburgh to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the trusteeship of the marriage settlement of the late John B. Yonge.

[no title]  107/858  10 March 1877

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stephens of Plymouth concerning the same.

[no title]  107/859  16 March 1877

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Dundas and Wilson to Rev. J.P.A. Morshead of Salcombe concerning the same.

[no title]  107/860  16 March 1877

Contents:
Letter from the same to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the same.

Probate of Marianne Yonge (1853)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/861  4 February 1853

Contents:
Probate of the will of Marianne Yonge of Yealmpton, spinster, dated 21 June 1848.
£500 to John Yonge, her brother; £700 to Elizabeth, Lady Seaton, her sister; £700 to Edmund Yonge, her brother; £250 to Jane Harris, her sister; £150 to John Bargus Yonge, her nephew; £150 to Duke Yonge, her nephew; £200 each to Alethea Morshead, Mary Yonge, Jane Duke Yonge, Anne Yonge and Frances Elizabeth Yonge, her nieces; £50 each to James Colborne and Francis Colborne, her nephews; £100 to Edmund Colborne, her nephew; £50 each to Graham Colborne and John Colborne, her nephews; £200 each to Elizabeth Colborne, Cordelia Anne L'Estrange Colborne and Jane Colborne, her nieces; £250 to James Edmund Yonge, her nephew; £100 each to John Yonge Morshead and Frank Upton Morshead, her nephews; £10 to George Colyer Harris, son of Rev. Dr. Harris.
Proved at P.C.C.

Estate of Vice-Admiral Edmund Yonge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/862  22 July 1881

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions in respect of the administration of Edmund Yonge of Brixton, Vice-Admiral, R. N., dated 26 July 1867, and proved 11 June 1868.
James Edmund Yonge of Brixton, Esq. reversionary legatee on the death of Jane Ley Yonge, his mother, to Rev. Duke Yonge, nephew of Edmund Yonge.

TRUSTEESHIPS AND EXECUTORSHIPS OF OTHER PERSONS  [no ref. or date]

Administration of Estate of Daniel Getsius of Bigbury, clerk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/863  -- March, 6 William & Mary, 1693/4

Contents:
Presentation of John Edgcombe, M.A., to the rectory of Ringmore, vacant by the death of George Reynell, clerk.
John Fortescue of Holbeton, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, administratrix of Daniel Getsius of Bigbury, clerk, (to whom the advowson belongs this time by virtue of a conveyance of the next advowson by Francis Kirkham of Puicourt Devon, Esq. to Walter Jago the younger, merchant, and a conveyance made by him to Daniel Getsius) to Jonathan (Trelawney), Bishop of Exeter.
(Not executed).

[no title]  107/864  Hilary Term 1699/1700

Contents:
Bill of complaint of John Fortescue of Combe in Holbeton, Esq., administrator of Daniel Getsius, clerk, Rector of Bigbury, deceased, to Hon. John Lord Somers, Baron of Evesham, Lord High Chancellor.
Stating that Daniel Getsius, on 5 February, 27 Charles II (1674/5), acquired from Rachel, Countess Dowager of Bath, Lady of the manor, a reversionary lease for two lives of a copyhold tenement in the manor of Kingston, the term to commence from the death of James Watson, clerk, the present tenant, at rent of 22s 8d.
And that the lease was granted to Daniel Getsius and Walter, his brother, Walter having promised to act as a trustee for Daniel, his executors, etc., and that Walter signed a bond to this effect on 16 June 1675.
And that Daniel Getsius died in 1691, leaving no widow, but only Mary, his daughter, who died in her minority, 3 ½ years ago, having. been married to the petitioner 3 ½ years before that.
And that Walter Getsius borrowed £6 from Daniel Getsius shortly before his death, and the money is still owed; and that he took several books, worth about £10 from Mary Getsius, and has never paid for them.
And that Walter Getsius, with the help of James Goodright and others, obtained possession of the copy of court roll, the bond, etc. and now disturb the petitioner and his undertenants, James Wood, Thomas Gilbert, Arthur Courtice, Robert Gilbert senior, James Gest, John Robins, Robert Gilbert junior and John Brooking, in their possession, and has brought pleas or trespass against them all.

Trusteeship of Nicholas Gennis  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/865  25 March, 11 George (1725)

Contents:
Copy of writ to perform order of court.
Recital of suit in Chancery on 6 March, 11 George I (1724/5), between Nicholas Gennis, infant, through Mary Gennis, his mother, and the said Mary, plaintiffs, and Arthur Robinson, clerk, James Yonge and George Ridout, defendants, in which the plaintiffs alleged that Nicholas Gennis, the plaintiffs grandfather, by his will, dated 14 May 1718, devised real and personal estate to the defendants and Emblynn Yeo, deceased, in trust for the plaintiff until he reach the age of 21, and meanwhile to pay for his maintenance, etc., but that the trustees refused payment. The defendants were ordered to pay £100 to the plaintiffs as an interim judgement.

[no title]  107/866  10 January 1740

Contents:
Quitclaim of actions.
Nicholas Gennys of Plymouth, merchant, to Arthur Robinson of Egg Buckland, clerk, James Yonge, and Jonathan Ridout --- trustees on behalf of Nicholas Gennys under the will of Nicholas Gennys of Egg Buckland, grocer, his grandfather, of messuage, etc. called Widey in Egg Buckland, and messuage in Launceston, Cornwall
Consideration: £218 17s 9d in settlement of trust account.

[no title]  107/867  8 October 1731

Contents:
Lease for a year of moiety of garden with appurtenances, in Tavistock, between the lands of William Grylles, gentleman, deceased, on south, the parish lands on north and west, and the highway from Tavistock Church to Lamerton on east, late of John Hutchines, tallow-chandler, and now of Elizabeth Harris.
Elizabeth Harris of Plymouth, spinster, to James Yonge of Puslinch, Esq., Catherine Yonge of Plymouth, spinster, and Henry Watts of Plymouth, gentleman.
Consideration: 5s.

[no title]  107/868  18 & 19 September 1753

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of Bernard Frederick Taylor of London, merchant, and Frances Duke of Sidmouth, spinster, niece of Richard Duke.
Covenant by Bernard F. Taylor that, if he dies before Frances Duke, his executors will pay £2000 to John Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk, and Mathew Mundy of Harpford, clerk, in trust for Frances Duke; and £1000 more, if there be any children, in trust for them, etc.
Covenant by the same that, if Frances Duke dies before him, leaving one child, he will pay £1500 to the same trustees, or £2000 if there be more children, in trust for them.
Recital that Robert Duke, sister of Frances, by his will dated 9 January 1741/2, bequeathed messuage and tenement in Colaton Raleigh, and messuage in Nymet Rowland, and messuages in Otterton, Bicton, Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh and Nymet Rowland, in trust for Sarah, Elizabeth, Anne and Frances, his younger sisters.
Lease and release of fourth part of messuages and lands in Colaton Raleigh and Nymet Rowland, and manors, messuages and lands in Otterton, Bicton, Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh and Nymet Rowland.
Frances Duke, with consent of Bernard F. Taylor, to John Yonge and Mathew Mundy, to the use of Frances Duke, subject to annuity of £60 to Bernard F. Taylor.
Consideration: 55.

[no title]  107/869  9 August 1793

Contents:
General quitclaim of actions on payment of legacy under the will of John Marshall of Plymouth, gentleman, dated 20 October 1778.
William Helby of Portsea, Hampshire, shipwright, and Mary, his wife, formerly Mary Whitewood, and John James Whitewood of the same, labourer, (Mary and John James Whitewood being the only children of Elizabeth Whitewood, formerly Barns, niece of the testator), to Charles Younge of Plymouth, surgeon, and John Robins of the same, silk-dyer.

[no title]  107/870  20 June 1796

Contents:
Bond to indemnify Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, surviving trustee of settlement on marriage of Henry Langford Brown of Coombsatchfield, Devon, Esq., and Dorothy Ayre, for joining in sale of lands and tenements at Bradninch to John Dunsford and John Dewdney in trust for Robert Rowe, for £237.
Henry Langford Brown to Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/871  11 August 1800

Contents:
Receipt for legacy of £600 due to Elizabeth, daughter of Philip Morshead, Esq., and now wife of Henry Anderson, under the will of Ann Duke of Otterton, spinster.
Henry Anderson and Elizabeth, his wife, to Samuel Archer, Esq., Rev. Duke Yonge, cleric, and John Morshead, Esq., trustees of their marriage settlement.

[no title]  107/872  17 March 1810

Contents:
Bond to indemnify Rev. Duke Yonge of Cornwood, clerk, Rev. John Swete of Oxton House (in Kenton), and John Beaumont Swete of the same, Esq., his eldest son, from payment of annuities of £3 each to Richard Cranch and Mary Mead, charged by the will of John Trist of Ugborough, yeoman, upon messuages and lands called Westlake, lately conveyed by Edward Pearse of Worthele in Ermington, gentleman, at request of Rev. Duke Yonge to Rev. John Swete and John Beaumont Swete.
Edward Pearse and Henry Rivers of Ivybridge, Esq. to Rev. Duke Yonge.

[no title]  107/873  22 November 1816

Contents:
Copy of assignment of leasehold messuage and lands called Whites at Croford in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, in the manor of Wiveliscombe and Fitzhead, late of Richard Cross, Esq., now of Mary Worth and William King and John Wood, her tenants; and stock in 3% Consols; and share in the Earl of Cork's Tontine.
Mary Worth of Croford Cottage in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, widow, to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, clerk, in trust for Mary Worth, for life, and then for Gertrude Bruton, her; daughter, wife of William Bruton, Esq.
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  107/874  6 May 1817

Contents:
Copy of will of Elizabeth Prowse, late of Dawlish, then of Teignmouth, spinster.
£100 each to Edmund and Thomas Granger of Exeter, merchants; £500 to John Burell of Burell House, Saltash, Cornwall, Esq., £50 to William Granger, Captain, R. N.; £50 to Ann Yonge of Yealmpton, widow; £50 to Ann Burell of Pill near Saltash; £50 to Arthur Burell of Pill, Esq., £300 to Ann Sydenham of Cullompton, spinster, residing with her; £100 to Catherine Coplestone of Wotton, Northants, spinster; £300 to John Cove of Modbury, shoemaker; £300 to William Cove of Plymouth Dock, carpenter; £300 to Johanna Cove of Plymouth Dock, spinster, etc. £50 to John Yonge of Puslinch; £50 to Robert Tothill of Exeter, merchant; £150 to Arthur Burell, John Yonge and Robert Tothill, in trust to pay legacies to various people.
Residue of estate to the same trustees in trust for Mary, her sister, wife of John Burrell.

[no title]  107/875  1818

Contents:
Statement of Sir Thomas Crawley Boevey, Baronet, in account with executors of Sir Thomas Crawley Boevey, Baronet, deceased, Showing deficiency of £9313 1s.

Trusteeship of Edmund Granger  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/876  14 November 1832

Contents:
Copy of will of Edmund Granger.
Messuage in which he resides to Rear Admiral William Granger, his brother, and Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, his nephew, in trust for his wife for life, and then to sell it, etc.
Residue of real and personal property to the same on trust for his wife for life, and then to distribute the proceeds between William Granger and his sisters, except for one seventh which is to be to the use of Thomas Granger, his brother, and his wife, for life.

[no title]  107/877  10 February 1834

Contents:
Memorandum from Edmund Granger to Mary, his wife, of property held by him in trust for her.

[no title]  107/878  1841-1846

Contents:
Copy of will of Mary Granger of Exeter, widow.
Messuages and lands in Wexham, Bucks, late of George Roberts, her brother, to John Bent, son of late Rev. George Bent of Sandford, late Brevet Major in Army.
Plate of her late husband to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch.
£1000 to Grace Southcomb, daughter of her late husband's sister, and £200 each to the four sisters of Grace Southcomb.
£10000 to Rev. John Yonge. £1000 each to Zachary Mudge, her husband's nephew, Mary Bent and Fanny Bent, sisters of John Bent. £1500 to the two daughters of Rev. Hugh Bent, brother of John Bent; £5000 to William Henry Bent, brother of John Bent; £5000 to Georgiana, wife of Stephen Shute, and sister of John Bent; £1500 to Rebecca, wife of William T. Hawke, sister of John Bent.
Residue to John Bent.
1 January 1841
Codicils of 11 January 1841 and 4 June 1844.
£2000 to Marianne Yonge, her niece.
Proved at P.C.C., 21 February 1846

[no title]  107/879  1802-1842

Contents:
Copy of settlement on the marriage of Zachary Mudge the younger of Sidney, Plympton Erle, Esq., and Jane Elizabeth Dickson, daughter of George Frederick Dickson of Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, Middlesex, Esq.
Assignment of sum of £1500, to which he is entitled under the settlement of 4 December 1802, and sum of £7000, part of his sixth share of produce of residuary personal estate of Edmund Granger of Exeter, Esq., deceased.
Zachary Mudge the younger to Richard Zachariah Mudge of Beechwood, Plympton St. Mary, Esq., Colonel, R.E., Rev. George Langmead of the Citadel, Plymouth, clerk, Chaplain of the Garrison; Frederick Cartwright Dickson of Abbotts Reading, Lancashire, Esq., and Thomas Ashton Hodgson Dickson of Nottingham Place, Middlesex, Esq., upon various trusts.
Covenant to pay annuity of £400 to the same trustees during the lives of Zachary Mudge the younger and Mary Granger, and after her death, during lives of Zachary Mudge the father, and the younger, an annuity of £200 upon trust, etc.
Consideration: 10s from trustees.
20 April 1842
(Recital of settlement of same date concerning Sidney and lands in Plympton Erle)
Marked "Copy for the Rev. John Yonge, as one of the executors and trustees, under the will of the late Mr. Granger, in reference to the assignment made by Mr. Z. Mudge of part of his share of Mr. Granger's property."

[no title]  107/880  18 November 1847

Contents:
Copy of will of William Granger of Exeter, Esq., Vice-Admiral in H.M. Navy.
Residue of personal property to Rev. John Yonge, Rector of Newton Ferrers, his nephew, upon trust to invest £5000 for Elizabeth Cutcliffe, widow, his sister, for life, and then for Susanna Southcomb, his sister, for life, and then for Zachary Mudge the younger, son of Jane Mudge, his late sister, and upon trust to pay various legacies.

Marriage of Hon. James Colborne and Hon. Charlotte de Burgh  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/881  11 February 1851

Contents:
Copy of settlement on marriage of Hon. James Colbourne, Major in H.M. Army, eldest son and heir apparent of Rt. Hon. John Lord Seaton, Lieutenant-General in H.M. Army, and Hon. Charlotte de Burgh, spinster, younger daughter of Rt. Hon Ulysses, Lord Downes, Lieutenant-General in H.M. Army.
Covenant by Lord Seaton to pay annuity of £600 to Albert John Hambrough of Ryde, Isle of Wight, Esq., John Downes Rochfort of Eaton Place, Pimlico, Middlesex, Esq., Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk, and Hon. Francis Colborne, captain in 15th Regiment of Foot, on trust for James Colborne for life, then for Charlotte de Burgh for life, and then for their children.
Covenant by Lord Downes to pay annuity of £300 to the same trustees upon trusts.
Bargain and sale of royalties of Augha, 971a.3r.4p.; lands of Rathondon, 437a.2r.11p.; lands of Throcksquire, 704a.1r.2p.; all in Barony of Larowe East in County of Carlow, Ireland; moiety of Clonacre in the same county.
Charlotte de Burgh with consent of James Colborne, to the same trustees, subject to payment of moiety of annuity of £92 6s 2d, in trust to pay annuity of £300 to Charlotte de Burgh, and the remainder of the income to James Colborne, then upon trust for the survivor of them, and then for their children.
Consideration: 5s to Charlotte de Burg.

[no title]  107/882  1 September 1851

Contents:
Letter from F.G. Coleridge, solicitor, of Ottery St. Mary, to Rev. Duke Yonge, enclosing the above, etc.

Executorship of Zachary Mudge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/883  15 January 1853

Contents:
General quitclaim of action under the will of Zachary Mudge of Sydney (in Plympton St. Maurice), Admiral, R. N.
Zachary Mudge of Sydney in Plympton St. Maurice, Esq., son of the testator, to Rev. John Yonge, clerk, executor of the will.
Consideration: payment of residue of the estate.

Marriage of Edward George Hunt and Elizabeth Jones  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/884  24 January 1853

Contents:
Copy of settlement on marriage of Edward George Hunt of Brixham, clerk, and Elizabeth Jones of Plymouth, spinster.
Conveyance of reversion, subject to life interest of Elizabeth Ann Hunt of Tyston, Ottery St. Mary, widow, of moiety of £13831 12s1d 3% Consols, and moiety of close, the southernmost of two, called Crockers, late of Richard Herring, then of Joseph Murch, now of William Sweet, in Plymouth, adjoining lands of Sir Edward Wise, knight on north, highway from Stonehouse to Maudlin on south, lands of heirs of Specott on west, and lands late of heirs of Powell, called Hussescombe, on east, all late of Samuel Archer, now known as Crocker's Field, in St. Andrew, Plymouth, on north of Four Field Lane, adjoining lands of Thomas Bewes, Esq. on north, east and west, 3a.3r.27p., occupied by John Inch.
Edward George Hunt and Elizabeth Ann Hunt, to Rev. Augustus Archer Hunt of Tyston, Ottery St. Mary, clerk, Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers, clerk, Edward Armstrong of Richmond Terrace, Clapham, Surrey, Esq., and Hugh Robert Hughes of Bangor, Caernarvon, surgeon, upon trust for Edward George Hunt for life, then for Elizabeth Jones, and then for their children, etc.

[no title]  107/885  20 December 1852-15 December 1854

Contents:
Correspondence between Edward G. Hunt of Lower Brixham and Rev. Duke Yonge concerning trusteeship matters.
(Six letters)

[no title]  107/886  27 March 1855

Contents:
Letter from George Eastlake and Co. of Plymouth to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning deeds under the marriage settlement of Major and Mrs. Hunt.

[no title]  107/887  19 November 1857

Contents:
Letter from Edward G. Hunt to Rev. Duke Yonge enclosing a copy of his marriage settlement, etc.

[no title]  107/888  19 January-2 July 1858

Contents:
Correspondence between Edward G. Hunt and Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the proposed sale of a field in Plymouth.
(Five letters)

[no title]  107/889  1 February 1858

Contents:
Letter from George Eastlake and Co. to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the same.

[no title]  107/890  5 August 1858

Contents:
Letter from Edward G. Hunt to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning his marriage settlement.

[no title]  107/891  7 August 1858

Contents:
Copy of letter to Robert Morris, Esq. of Bank of England, Plymouth, requesting payment of trust dividends to Edward George Hunt.

[no title]  107/892  23 July 1859

Contents:
Letter from S. Harward Archer of Throwleigh Parsonage to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning another proposed sale of land by Mrs. Davie.

[no title]  107/893  4 August 1859-28 February 1860

Contents:
Correspondence between Edward G. Hunt and Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the proposed purchase of a field from Mrs. Davie.
(Six letters)

[no title]  107/894  2 February 1858

Contents:
Notes for conveyance of land on west side of Crockers Field in Plymouth, by E.G. Hunt and Augustus A. Hunt to William Derry.

[no title]  107/895  No date

Contents:
Plan of land in Plymouth, adjoining Five Field Lane or North Road on south, and lands of Messrs. Hunt on east.
Scale: 80 inches to mile.

[no title]  107/896  No date

Contents:
Printed instructions for execution of deed, with manuscript additions.

[no title]  107/897  20 July 1870

Contents:
Letter from Edward G. Hunt to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning expenses of providing an outfit for his son as cadet, etc.

[no title]  107/898  4 August 1870

Contents:
Letter from the same concerning the proposed sale of stock.

[no title]  107/899  7 February 1877

Contents:
Notice that dividends etc. payable from sum of £6683 2s 9d 3% Consols have been assigned to her by way of mortgage.
Lucretia Bedford Jago of Plymouth, spinster, to Rev. Augustus Archer Hunt, Rev. Duke Yonge, Edward Armstrong, Esq. and Hugh Robert Hughes, Esq., the trustees of the marriage settlement of Edward George Hunt and Elizabeth Jones.

[no title]  107/900  7-10 February 1877

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. Duke Yonge and Edward G. Hunt and Messrs Stephens, Prance and Jago concerning the above mortgage, etc.
(Five letters)

[no title]  107/901  21 August 1878

Contents:
Letter from Edward G. Hunt asking for a sale of stock for his son

[no title]  107/902  8 May 1879

Contents:
Letter from Edward G. Hunt asking that a fresh power of attorney be made, in view of changes in the banking arrangements.

Executorship of Mrs. A.W.Mudge (1862)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/903  2-5 July 1862

Contents:
Letter from Rev. W. C. R. Flint of Sunningdale Parsonage, Berkshire, to Rev. Duke Yonge, and draft replies, concerning his executorship of Mrs. Mudge's will.
(Four letters, one draft written on back of letter from H. Mallett of the Hotel, Ivybridge, acknowledging an order, 7 June 1862)

[no title]  107/904  7 July 1862

Contents:
Letter from Deeble Boger of Manor Office, Stonehouse, concerning the same.

[no title]  107/905  9 July 1862

Contents:
Note from John Yonge (?) concerning the same.

[no title]  107/906  July 1862

Contents:
Estimate of value of personal property of Mrs. A. W. Mudge, deceased, certified by Deeble Boger.

[no title]  107/907  21 August 1862

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Christie and Hanson of 2 Copthall Chambers, Throgmorton Street, London, acting for Rev. W.C. Raffle Flint, to Rev. Duke Yonge of Newton Ferrers, enclosing power of attorney for signature.

[no title]  107/908  22 August 1862

Contents:
Letter from Rev. W.C. Raffles Flint of Sunningdale, Berkshire, asking him to execute a power of attorney.

[no title]  107/909  18 April 1873

Contents:
Similar letter.

[no title]  107/910  21 December 1860-31 October 1862

Contents:
Correspondence between Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch and Sir John Patteson of Feniton Court, Honiton, and G L. Patteson of 17-18 New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, concerning the trusteeship of £6000 on a mortgage of the property of Edward Willes in Warwickshire under Colonel Coleridge's will.
(Five letters and two receipts)

[no title]  107/911  9 June 1863

Contents:
Letter from L.M. Oldreive (?) of Yealmpton to Rev. Duke Yonge asking him to execute a deed of renunciation of trusteeship under the will of the late Mr. Anthony.
Enclosed, note about witnessing of deed.

[no title]  107/912  13 August 1863

Contents:
Letter from George Presswell of Totnes to Rev. Duke Yonge asking him to execute a deed of renunciation of probate under the same will.

[no title]  107/913  4 & 5 May 1877

Contents:
Copy of letter from Charity Commission to Rev. Duke Yonge asking whether he would be a trustee for Mary Burrell's Charity in St. Stephen's by Saltash, and copy of reply.

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/914  Easter, 28 Edward (I, 10 April 1300)

Contents:
Lease for twenty --- years of furlong of land with appurtenances, formerly of Robert de Tywyscome, son of Peter de Tywyscome, with a piece of land, called Swelit, and with all the land (of) Lynorthwod, between the land of the Prior of Plympton on the north, and the wood of Hyurtlegh on the east.
William de Penaylis, lord of Fayrewode (Great Fairwood in Tedburn St. Mary), to Roger, son of Hugh de la Haghen.
Rent: 7s 8 ½ p.a.
Witnesses: Walter de Langedene, John de Pendham, Martin de Tywyscome, Nicholas Mounteyne, Hugh de la Haghen, Walter Le Espiter, Thomas de Wollerigge.

[no title]  107/915  No date (1370-1395 when Thomas de Brantingham was Bishop of Exeter)

Contents:
Petition of parishioners of St. Tenion (Tinney Hall in Lewannick?), peculiar jurisdiction of St. German's, to Thomas (de Brantingham), Bishop of Exeter, concerning a suit carried on by them for eighteen years against the Prior and Convent of St. German's about permission for them to have their own chaplain.
They seek the Bishop's intervention to settle the dispute.

[no title]  107/916  (15 July 1411)

Contents:
Gift of messuage and lands in Arkys Worthy (Axworthy in Thrushelton), Lydeford (Lydford), Curmylle, Lobbewylle (Lobhill in Thrushelton), Forssyn, Tavystoke (Tavistock), and Aller (Alder in Thrushelton).
Walter Milemete to Jordan Langeston and Roger Legh.
Witnesses: William Were, Thomas Kelly, John Maynard of Langaforde, John Skedamore of Northcome, Richard Grenaforde.
At Axworthy, Wednesday before St Margaret, 12 Henry IV
(Seal with device)

[no title]  107/917  At Monsottoery, 7 September, 14 Henry VI (1435)

Contents:
Safe conduct for Jehan Foyer and Gilos Lyton of Grande in the island of Baas (Batz) in Brittany, to bring the merchandise of Stephane Russh, mariner, of Plymouth, in a vessel of seventy tons from Brittany to Plymouth, at the request of Stephen Russh made to the Lieutenant of the Admiralty Office in Devon and Cornwall, granted by John, son, brother and uncle of Kings, Regent of the Kingdom of France, Duke of Bedford and of Anjou, Earl of Richmond and of Kendal, Constable and Admiral of England, Guienne and Ireland.
(Anglo-norman)
(This is dated only seven days before the death of the Duke of Bedford.)

[no title]  107/918  25 June 1436

Contents:
Certificate that Pierres Squarin has been appointed in "our court of Kemperele" (Quimperlé in Brittany), and that he has appointed Jehn le Laiton and Henri Gourlouen as his procurators and attorneys to conduct his suit against Jehn Bougner, giving them, and especially Jehn le Laiton, full powers to prosecute the case and reach agreement concerning the sum of £60 which Laiton and Bougner owe, each on behalf of the other, to Squarin, for the cargo of his vessel, La Magdalene, which he had laden with salt for England for Laiton and Bougner for £60, failing which he will take full satisfaction of him (Bougner) for what he owes. Squarin binds himself to accept and ratify all that his attorneys shall decide and to pay their court fees. Examined by Kaerfonit.
(Anglo-norman; seal missing)

Thomas Prous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/919  At Venny Tedburn, 9 June, 12 Henry VI (1434)

Contents:
Lease of half-furlong of land, late of John Renell, father of Geoffrey Renall in Fennytetteborne (Venny Tedburn in Crediton).
Thomas Prous of Ekysborne (Exbourne) and Joan, his wife, to Joan Renall and Geoffrey, her son, for their lives.
Rent: 2s p.a.
Witnesses: Thomas Trobrigg, William Squyer, Geoffrey Leghe.

[no title]  107/920  14 September 1435

Contents:
Will of Sybil Durneforde
12d to Rector of Church of Stowe St James (Jacobstowe) to pray for her soul. 12d to the furniture of St. Cross in the said church. 20s for Masses to be celebrated immediately after her death. Residue to her executor, Thomas Prous, to distribute for her soul and the souls of those to whom she is bound, and for the execution of her will.

[no title]  107/921  (4 July 1440)

Contents:
Gift of lands in Donneph within the manor of Ekisborn (Exbourne), late of Richard Feris (?).
Thomas Prous and Joan, his wife, to Richard John and Emma, his wife, at rent of 20s.
Witnesses: William M ---
At Exbourne, Monday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 18 Henry VI

[no title]  107/922  No date (1406 or later)

Contents:
Plea of John Clerkes of Crewcombe (Creacombe in Newton Ferrers) in a suit brought against him (in the Archdeaconry court of Totnes ?) concerning payments by him in virtue of lands held by him in Newton Ferrers, towards the repair and maintenance of the belfry, walls and roof of the Church of Newton Ferrers.
(The plea was presumably not submitted, as spaces have been left for the insertion of names, etc.)

[no title]  107/923  At Yealm Torre, 1 June, 15 Edward IV (1473)


Related information: (See also 107/925: these may be deeds of Gill Downs, see PWDRO 107/254-277)

Contents:
Lease for 40 years of messuage and lands in Yealme Torre and Ayshcombe (Torr and Ashcombe) in the tithing of Newton Ferrers,
Humfrey Selman to John Clerke, Cristine, his wife, and Agnes, his daughter.
Rent: seven marks p. a.
(Endorsed in 19th century hand, "John Clarke. Gill = Agnes")

[no title]  107/924  12 May, 15 Edward IV (1475)

Contents:
Gift of lands and tenements in Hole in the tithing of Flete Damerell (in Holbeton), late of John Bronne, father of John Bronne, and John Nicoll and William Frie, deceased.
Philip Courtenay; Knight, and Nicholas Bastard, to John Bronne, the son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John, his brother, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John Frie and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John Deyman and the heirs of his body, failing whom to the right heirs of John Bronne, the father.
Witnesses. Andrew Hillersdon, William Carswill, John Prideaux, John Rytte, John Hamelyn.

[no title]  107/925  9 October, 3 Edward VI (1549)


Related information: (See 107/923 above)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Ashcombe in Newton Ferrers.
John Gyll of Lyngcomb to John Hyll of Flute (Flete in Holbeton) and Nicholas Cole of Ugborough, to be returned to him and to Juliana Swadell or Symon, daughter of Richard Swadell or Symon, if he marries her before the feast of All Saints.
Power of attorney for livery of seisin to William Wewarde and Laurence Cole.

[no title]  107/926  1 December, 6 Elizabeth (1563)

Contents:
Gift of messuages and lands in Wood and Eastacomb in Ynwardlegh (Inwardleigh), with common of pasture in Holmendowne, Stockehaye and Nottadowne, all late of Simon Keylewaye, who held them as copyhold of manor of Gorhuishe (in Northlew).
Raimond Northlegh of Inwardleigh, gentleman, to Richard, his son, and Joan, wife of Richard, and the heirs male of Richard's body, at rent of 20s 3d (after the death of Simon Keylewaye and the widowhood of his wife), failing whom to Leonard Northlegh, son of Raimond, for life.
(Endorsed, "In 1581 George Fortescue of Combe is called of Inwardleigh")

[no title]  107/927  6 August, 13 Elizabeth (1571)

Contents:
Quitclaim of all actions concerning the title to a messuage, etc. in Trebursye in St. Thomas, Launceston, Cornwall, now of William Vosper, late of William Swenne, deceased.
Ricarda Swenne, widow of William Swenne of St. Thomas, Launceston, to William Vosper of the same, husbandman.

[no title]  107/928  10 August, 30 Elizabeth (1588)

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years of tenement with orchard, garden and backside, with a close and quillet of land in Newton Ferrers.
William Reve of Yempson in Plympton St. Mary, Devon, yeoman, to Henry Holberton the younger of Newton Ferrers, yeoman.

[no title]  107/929  29 February 1659/60

Contents:
Settlement: recital of lease for 99 years or three lives of messuage called Grenofen, Grenafen or Grenefen, in Whitechurch, by Thomas Burell of Burell, Cornwall, Esq. to John Pollard of Whitechurch, Esq., at rent of 53s 4d, on lives of John Pollard, Margaret, his wife, and Elizabeth, his daughter, dated 29 November 1653
Assignment of the lease.
John Pollard to William Spry of Whitechurch, Devon, and Richard Balhatchet of Buckland Monachorum, yeoman, during the life time of his wife. (The trust is not specified)
Consideration: natural love for his wife.

Buckfastleigh  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/930  15 November 1659

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery of a messuage, fulling mill, garden, five acres land, one acre meadow, in Buckfastleigh.
John Symons, pet; Edward Barkeleyone, deforc. George Humston, common vouchee.
(Seal of Common Pleas slightly defaced)

[no title]  107/931  29 September 1669

Contents:
Release of cottage called the Hall House (in Buckfastleigh), two ground rooms adjoining, plot of ground, etc. occupied by Peeter Torr and Peter Hamaford, and a plot of ground, two perches, adjoining.
Richard Bartley of Bridgetown Pomeroy, fuller, to Peeter Torr of Buckfastleigh, cooper.

[no title]  107/932  29 September 1669

Contents:
Release of cottage, etc., lately built, taken out of Reckparke in Buckfastleigh, with garden between river called Marells and the footpath in Rackparke.
Richard Bartley of Bridgetown Pomeroy, fuller, to Samuell Fox of Buckfastleigh, carpenter.

[no title]  107/933  19 March 1682/3

Archival history:
(One of two documents marked as sent by Mrs. Bruton, 9 July 1853. For the other see PWDRO 107/170)

Contents:
Grant of next advowson of High Bickington, after death, resignation, etc. of Thomas Worth, the present Rector.
John Bassett of Heanton Punchardon, Esq. to John Worth of Worth, Devon, Esq. and Joshua Thicker of Barnstaple, gentleman.
Consideration: £107 10s.

[no title]  107/934  26 March 1688

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives of tenement, beankeye and plot of land called a Key, adjoining, in Newton Ferrers, adjoining lands, late of Warwike Hele, knight, on west and east, lands of Samson Hele on north, and salt sea strand on south; all occupied by John Steevens.
Sir John Davie of Creedy, Devon, baronet, to John Steevens of Newton Ferrers, serge-weaver.
Lives: lessee, and Nicholas and Grace Steevens, his son and daughter.
Consideration: £6.
Rent: 5s 4d p.a.

[no title]  107/935  15 October 1705

Contents:
Rental of high rents, reliefs, fines and amercements of the borough of Modbury, due to Nicholas Trist, Esq. from the free tenants.
Names of tenants who have made default or been amerced.
High rents of the manor of Great Modbury.
Michaelmas 1704 - Michaelmas 1705
Formerly attached :-
Order to Bailiffs, etc. of the Borough of Modbury, and to Arthur Hayman and John Lavers, to levy the rents as specified in the above rental.

[no title]  107/936  No date (early 18th century)


Related information: (Funeral of Samuel Yonge? See PWDRO 107/737-750)

Contents:
List of names with notes of "scarf & gloves", etc,. against some, (perhaps a list of mourners).

[no title]  107/937  24 June 1720

Contents:
Reversionary lease for 99 years or one life of dwelling house, barn, etc. with fields belonging thereto, called Wheele Park, Barn Park, the Hams, Three Corner Park, Underdown, Meadow Down, the Two Didwells, Coytes, the Two Little Meadows, the Fursebrake; near Ashcombe, part of a tenement in Torr in Newton Ferrers, late of Robert Port, deceased, now of William and Thomasine Port. James Bulteel of Fleet Damerell (in Holbeton), Esq. to John Holberton of Newton Ferrers, Thomas Holberton of Yealmpton and Roger Watts of Plympton St. Maurice, yeomen, trustees for William Port and Thomasine Port, son and daughter of Robert Port of Yealmpton, deceased, the term to commence from the death of Thomasine Port.
Life: William Port.
Consideration: £120
Rent: 54s 4d p.a., and 5s p.a. to chief lord.

[no title]  107/938  4 November 1730

Contents:
Release of two close called Vartars or the Two Vartars in Ugborough, occupied by Robert Jeffery; close called Leypark in the same, occupied by John Lakeman.
John Ward of the Inner Temple, London, Esq. and John Simpson of London, goldsmith, mortgagees, by direction of the most noble Peregrine Hide, Duke of Leeds, mortgagor, to John Edmonds of Ugborough, yeoman. Leypark to be held of the manor of Ugborough at annual rent of 6d.
Confirmation by James Trymmer of Wimbledon, Surrey, Esq. and James Rocke of London, goldsmith, trustees for the Duke of Leeds.
Consideration: £287 1s to mortgagees
5s to trustees
Endorsed with note that "Mr. Woollcombe gave me this, Jan. 29th 1866".

[no title]  107/939  23 November 1734

Contents:
Assignment of debts of £100 and £200 owed by John Farnham of Lanteglos, Cornwall, clerk, to Simon Keen of Plymouth, distiller, and Mary, his wife, in respect of the purchase of a copyhold messuage and lands at Treguddle in Lanteglos, in the manor of Helston in Trigg.
Simon Keen and Mary, his wife, to John Roope of Plymouth, gentleman.
Consideration: legal services in defending them and John Farnham and John Wallis of Lanteglos, gentlemen, in the Chancery suit brought against them by Mary Coleman of the same, widow of William Coleman, gentleman; and 5s.

[no title]  107/940  23 November 1734

Contents:
Bond to perform conditions of agreement.
Simon Keen of Plymouth, distiller, to John Roope of Plymouth, gentleman.

[no title]  107/941  21 George II (1747-8)

Contents:
Draft: recital of lease and release, dated 8 & 9 January 1705/6, being a settlement after the marriage of Robert Rolle of Stevenstone, Esq. (eldest brother of John Rolle of the same, Esq., and grandson and heir at law of Sir John Rolle, knight, deceased) and Elizabeth Duke, only daughter and heir presumptive of Richard Duke the younger, of (among other property) three fourth parts of the manor of Holbeton in Holbeton and Shaw (Shaugh), by Robert Rolle to Sir William Davye of Creedy, Devon, baronet, Sir Walter Yonge of Escott, Devon, baronet, Roger Tuckfield of Roddon Court, Devon, and John Cholwich the younger of the Middle Temple, London, Esq., on trust, if Robert Rolle die without issue, to the use of John Rolle for life, and then to Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Devon, baronet, Sir Thomas Putt of Combe, Devon, baronet, and John Sparke, for 176 years, on trust to raise portions for the younger sons and daughters of John Rolle.
And that John Rolle, by his will dated 11 November 1729, gave to Dennys Rolle, his son, £2000, to Christiana Maria, his daughter, £4000, and to Isabella Charlotta, his daughter, £3000, and £2000 each to Lucia, Lucilla and Maria Phillipa, his daughters, all charged upon the above settlement.
And that Isabella Charlotta married Robert Duke of Otterton, Esq. who died in 1741, but before his death it was agreed that he should be entitled to the £3000 from the time of the marriage.
And that Robert Duke, by his will dated 9 January 1741, bequeathed the £3000 to Dorothy Duke, Thomas Southcott, Robert Atckins and John Staple, on trust to pay his wife £500, and to divide the remainder between his four sisters, Sarah Duke, Elizabeth Duke, Ann Duke and Frances Duke.
And that Sir William Courtenay, the sole surviving trustee of the term of 176 years, appointed his son, Sir William Courtenay, his executor.
And that the £3000 was not paid to Isabella Charlotta Duke or to Robert Duke, her husband, but the £500 has lately been paid to her, and £1700 to the trustees under his will, and that the other legacies, apart from that to Dennys Rolle, are also unpaid.
Assignment of lease for 176 years of three fourth parts of the manor of Holbeton.
Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle, baronet, eldest son, executor and residuary legatee of Sir William Courtenay, deceased, by direction of Henry Lord Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone, eldest son of John Rolle, deceased, John Walter of Shapwicke, Somerset, Esq., Dennys Rolle of Hudscott (in Chittlehampton), Esq., Henry Steavens of Smithcott in Frithelstock, Esq., and Christiana Maria, his wife, formerly Christiana Maria Rolle, and Isabella Charlotta Duke of Exeter, widow, formerly Isabella Charlotta Rolle, (four of the younger children of John Rolle, Lucia and Lucilla Rolle being dead), Sarah, Ann and Frances Duke, Eliza Yonge, wife of Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, and the said Rev. John Yonge under the will of Robert Duke, and by direction of James Hingston of Holbeton, mercer, to a person whom James Hingston shall name, in trust for James Hingston.
Release of three fourth parts of the manor of Holbeton; messuage, etc. occupied by Walter Wortham; messuage, etc. in Shaugh, occupied by John Head; three fourth parts of:- messuage, etc. in Holbeton occupied by James Hingston; messuage, etc. called Frogmore, in Holbeton, occupied by the same; messuage, etc. in Holbeton, occupied by Andrew Hingston; messuage, etc. in Holbeton, called Langadown, occupied by James Hingston; tenement, etc. on south-east of Holbeton Town, between Brown Well and Holbeton Poynt, occupied by Robert Hill; tenement, etc. in Holbeton, occupied by Charles King; tenement, etc. called Germans Parke in Holbeton, occupied by James Hingston.
Henry Lord Rolle to James Hingston
Consideration: £642
(This document appears to be a carelessly written copy of a draft. There are various inconsistencies and inaccuracies, as well as spaces for the insertion of details. The mention of John Walter, described as one of younger children of John Rolle, may be connected with the marriage of John Rolle to Isabella, daughter of Sir William Walter.)

[no title]  107/942  No date (18th century)

Contents:
List of names and areas of fields in Hard's Tenement, measured by John Laskey.

[no title]  107/943  11 October 1762

Contents:
Bond to pay £100.
Thomas Shelton of the hamlet of Hammersmith in Fulham, Middlesex, brewer, to William Nourse of the same, brewer.

[no title]  107/944  6 September 1777

Contents:
Quitclaim of interest in a lease for 99 years, determinable on the death of Susanna Yeo, of a messuage in Druxton (in Werrington).
Susanna Yeo of Werrington, widow of Abraham Yeo of the same, yeoman, and John Yeo of St. Stephens by Launceston, Cornwall, carpenter, her son, to Thomas Yeo of Werrington, yeoman, another son of Susanna Yeo.
Consideration: £30

[no title]  107/945  19 June 1781

Contents:
Letter from William Bastard of Manchester Square (London), and Kitley in Yealmpton, concerning Benjamin Allen, "who contracted for Otterton", and who is in prison for a small debt. It is suggested that the proprietors of Otterton should proceed against Benjamin Allen now on a bond for £500, in order to prevent his attendance at a meeting of Bridgewater Corporation (Somerset) at Michaelmas, in the interest of Lord Poulett and Mr. Poulett, M.P., of Albemarle Street, Piccadilly.

[no title]  107/946  22 April 1782

Contents:
Lease for seven years of barn, orchard and field called the Park, part of a tenement called Stiles, with fields called Well Street Meadow, the Two Graystones and the Three Millridges; field in Mill Lane, formerly part of a tenement called Mudges; 20 acres in all, late occupied by the representatives of Thomas King and John Elliott, deceased, as tenants to Philip Morshead, Esq. in Loddiswell.
Philip Morshead of Widey (in Egg Buckland), Esq. to James Manning of Loddiswell, butcher.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £23 p.a.

[no title]  107/947  26 May-7 July 1783

Contents:
Copies of entries in court roll of Stannary of Blackmore, Cornwall, concerning the proclamation of the bounds of Penhale Moor tin works, in Penhale Moor in the Duchy of Cornwall, in the parish of Lanlivery, cut 24 May 1783 by William Thomas and Philip Buswathick to the use of Grace James of Lostwithiel, Cornwall, widow.

[no title]  107/948  1792 or later

Contents:
Printed abstract of a statute, 32 George III, cap.XXXIV, s.16, concerning procedure when a seaman or marine dies intestate.

[no title]  107/949  4 August 1795

Contents:
Certificate of registration of a wherry, the "Toil", worked on the river Yealm.
George Eastlake, Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Plymouth, to John Weeks of Newton Ferrers.

Ann Wyatt v. Jane Wyatt, Ann, her daughter, and Peter Wyatt  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/950  Hilary-Michaelmas 1778

Contents:
Account of Tubal Lewis for legal services to the defendants in the suit, Ann Wyatt v. Jane Wyatt, Ann, her daughter, and Peter Wyatt, concerning Southwood (in Plympton St. Mary?), sold to John Pollexfen Bastard, Esq. The account paid by Rev. James Yonge and Duke Yonge out of the purchase money of Southwood, on 27 June 1783.

[no title]  107/951  1777-1783

Contents:
Parts of account of Christopher Savery for legal services to Ann Wyatt, spinster, daughter of George Wyatt, deceased, in her Chancery suit against Peter Wyatt and others, concerning a trust fund under father's will (?)

[no title]  107/952  June 1783

Contents:
Part of account of Christopher Savery to Peter Wyatt, for legal services. The account paid by Rev. James Yonge and Duke Yonge out of the purchase money of Southwood, sold to John Pollexfen Bastard.

[no title]  107/953  13 August 1796

Contents:
Part of a letter from --- of Chaddlewood (in Plympton St. Mary) concerning a conveyance between the addressee and Mr. Bulteel, and reporting news of Zach (Zachariah Mudge?) from Australia.

[no title]  107/954  No date (late 18th century)

Contents:
Note on the method of measuring timber in the Dock Yard.

[no title]  107/955  No date

Contents:
Notes on the law concerning duties on windows in houses.
(Three sheets)

[no title]  107/956  No date (about 1796)

Contents:
Notes on the law concerning Dog Tax.

[no title]  107/957  1801 or later

Contents:
List of numbers of houses, males and females in nineteen parishes in south-west Devon (taken from the 1801 census returns).

[no title]  107/958  No date (early 19th century)

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement by Henry Jenkins to let a house at Burraton (in Ermington or Weston Peverel) to John Rowe at £50 p.a., on condition that John Rowe works for him.

Manor of Newton Ferrers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/959  April 1755

Contents:
Survey of the lands in the manor of Newton Ferrers, part of the estate of the late Arthur Stert, Esq., giving descriptions of tenements, area, names of tenants, names and ages of lives on the lease, details of rent, services, etc., and details of land held at chief rents and in demesne.
(Printed, two sheets)

[no title]  107/960  6 May 1765

Contents:
Copy: recital of mortgage, lease and release, dated 24 March 1742/3, of Manor of Newton Ferrers, with messuages and lands, by Arthur Stert of Membland in Holbeton, Esq. to Joseph Godfrey of London, Esq.
And of will of Arthur Stert, dated 8 August 1753, bequeathing manors, messuages and lands to Priscilla Stert of Plymouth, spinster, his daughter, for 1000 years, on trust to raise £5000 for herself, with residue to Joseph May of Lisbon, Portugal, his grandson; and of death of Arthur Stert on 2 February 1755.
And of lease and release, dated 11 & 12 May 1756, of the manor, etc. by Joseph May to Frederick Rogers of Plymouth Dock, Esq. and John Harris of Radford (in Plymstock), Esq. on trust to pay off the mortgage and legacies, etc.
And of lease and release, dated 1 & 2 February 1761, of the manor etc. by Joseph Godfrey, with consent of Frederick Rogers and John Harris, and by Frederick Rogers, John Harris and Joseph May, with consent of Priscilla Stert, to William Holberton of Newton Ferrers, gentleman.
And that William Holberton bought a moiety or the same on trust for Henry Roe of Revelstoke, gentleman, and a quarter part for Robert Roe of Newton Ferrers, gentleman.
And of sale of tenement called Brownston, tenement, part of Halswell, and fields called Broads Tenement or Burroughs Tenement, to Philip Trinick.
And of lease and release, dated 21 & 22 January 1763, of a moiety of the manor etc. to Henry Roe, and of assignment of the term of 1000 years to Sampson Herring of Holbeton, yeoman, on trust for Henry Roe.
And of lease and release, dated 14 & 15 March 1763, of a fourth part of the same to Robert Roe, and of assignment of the term of 1000 years to William Roe of Newton Ferrers, gentleman, on trust for Robert Roe.
Partition of the manor, etc. Agreement that Henry Roe shall hold capital messuage of Gnaton, occupied by Robert Roe; messuage and farm called Bickfords; cottage and farm called Clanicombe or Clannacombe, occupied by the representatives of William Shillabeer, deceased; cottage, etc. called Crebors, of Philip Light; cottage and farm, Lobsbury Tenement, of George Leigh; all in Newton Ferrers; close, Saffron Park, 11/2 acres, in Revelstoke, of Joseph Penley; Newton Mills with the quillet (part of a cottage, late of Amy Boys) late of Nicholas Algar, now of Thomas Elliott; cottage, farm, etc., Barnacotts Tenement, late of John Barnacott, then of John Oakes, now of James Oakes; cottage, farm, etc., Crispin's Tenement, late Baker's Tenement, of William Crispin; cottage, etc. late of William Harvey, now of William Roach; cottage, etc. late of Elizabeth Saunders, now of Andrew Saunders; cottage, etc. late of Susanna Hakes, now in hand; Brownings Cottage, of Sarah Cole; cottage, etc. of Stephen Knight; Saunders Cottage, now in ruins; all in Newton Ferrers; with right to divert water to Bickfords Tenement, etc.; and chief rent of 14s 5d from Collaton, of 5s 2d from Higher Gnaton, of 2s from charitable land of the feoffees of Newton Ferrers, of 1s from three tenements in Newton town, of 1s 8d from certain lands, and of 2s from a tenement in Newton town, all in the said manor.
Agreement that Robert Roe shall hold farm called Stephens's Tenement; cottage, farm, etc., Symes's Tenement, late of Arthur Sheppard; farm, cottage, etc. called Hone and Sexton's Tenement, all now of John Balsom; farm, Strodes Tenement or Hingstons Higher Tenement and Sipperins or Hingstons Lower Tenement, late of Francis Hingston, now of Richard Brooking; cottage, etc., Dillon or Browns Bargain, late of John Crispin, now of Richard Brooking; farm, Weddicombes Bargain, of Joyce and Mary Dunn; farm and cottage acres, with Hodges or Hoggs Quillet, of Hannah Gee; Newton Coppice or Newton Wood, in demesne, cottage, orchard and garden of Walter Hingston; cottage and two herbal plots of Caleb Brooking; cottage and farm, late Popham's Cottage, now Taylers Cottage; cottage, etc. late of Amy Boys, now untenanted; all in Newton Ferrers: chief rent of 10s 6d from premises sold to Philip Trinicke, of 4d from tenements in Newton Town, and of 4d and 4d from premises in the same.
Agreement that William Holberton shall hold messuage and farm called Preston, occupied by William Roe; tenement and farm, late Crispins Tenement, then Bakers Tenement, now Crispins Bargain, of William Baker; farm, etc., Salmons Tenement, late of Edward Brooking, now of Thomas Spence; Roaches Cottage, of representatives of John Greenaway, deceased; Holditches Cottage and Dangers Cottage, of Elizabeth Barnacott; cottage, of Nicholas Clouter; all in Newton Ferrers; the mud of the Mill Pools; chief rents of 6s 7d from Newton Downs, of 4s from Hoarston, of 1s from tenement at Bridge End in Newton Ferrers, and of 8d from other premises, all in the manor.
Agreement that the manor and any other lands remain vested in Henry Roe, Robert Roe and William Holberton.

[no title]  107/961  26 & 27 July 1830

Contents:
Copy of lease and release of farm called Stephens or Barnacotts Tenement; cottage, farm, etc., Symes's or Shepherd's Tenement, late of Arthur Shepherd, now of William Hingston; farm and cottage, Hone and Sextons Tenement; all late of John Balsom, now of James Brooking; Strodes Tenement or Hingstons Higher Tenement and Sipperins or Hingstons Lower Tenement, late of Francis Hingston, then of Richard Brooking, now of William Matthews; cottage, etc., Dillon or Browns Bargain, late of John Crispin, then of Richard Brooking, now of Elizabeth Brooking; farm, etc., Widdicombes Bargain, of William Matthews, (except eight fields, Long Meadow, 2a.1r.15p., Lower Bramble Park, 7a.1r.2p., Higher Bramble Park, 7a.0r.5p., the Yonwells, 16a.3r.31p., the Well Springs, 3a.3r.20p., Shortafleet, 1a.1r.2p., Graton, 10a.3r.32p., and Graton Coppice, 2a.1r.2p., 52a.0r.10p. in all, which have been sold to John Pollexfen Bastard); farm, 7 acres, with Hodges or Hoggs Quillet, late of Hannah Gee, now of Richard Gee; Newton Coppice or Wood, in demesne; cottage, orchard and garden, of Walter Hingston; cottage and two herbal plots, late of Caleb Brooking, now of Benjamin Brooking; cottage and farm, late Pophams Cottage, now Taylors Cottage, of Elizabeth Oake; cottage, etc., late of Amy Boys, now of Benjamin Brooking; tenement and farm, Crispins Tenement, late Bakers Tenement, now Crispins Bargain, late of William Baker, now of William Matthews; farm, etc., Salmons Tenement, late of Edward Brooking, then of Thomas Spence, now of William Adams; cottage, etc., Roaches Cottage, late of representatives of John Greenaway, now of William Gully; Holditches Cottage and Dangers Cottage, both late of Elizabeth Barnacott, now of William Gully; cottage and farm, late of Nicholas Clouter, now of William Dolling; all in Newton Ferrers; the mud of the Mill Pools; chief rents of 10s 6d from messuages called Brownstone, Halswell and Broads or Burrough, belonging to Richard Roe Bignell and Bridget Prideaux, his wife, and Mary Roe; of 4d from tenements in Newton Town; of 4d and 4d from premises in the same; of 6s 7d from Newton Downs; of 4d from Hoarstone; of 1s from tenement at Bridge End in Newton Town; and of 8d from other premises; all in the manor of Newton Ferrers.
William Holberton of Plymouth, gentleman, eldest son, heir at law and residuary legatee of Robert Holberton of Torr in Newton Ferrers, Esq. (who was eldest son and heir at law of William Holberton, and eldest son and heir at law of Joan Holberton, the sister and heiress at law of Elizabeth Yonge, coheiress with her of Robert Roe of Newton Ferrers, yeoman), Henry Richard Roe of Gnaton in Newton Ferrers, Esq., only son, heir at law and residuary legatee of Henry Roe of Gnaton, Esq. (who was only son and heir at law of Henry Roe of Revelstoke, gentleman), and Thomas Henry Holberton of Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, surgeon, devisee of Robert Holberton; to John Holberton of Newton Ferrers, gentleman, on trust for Thomas Henry Holberton for life, and then for his heirs.
Assignment of term of 1000 years in moiety of manor of Newton Ferrers, and all the abovementioned messuages and lands.
Henry Richard Roe, as executor of Henry Roe, his father, Susanna Sullivan of Plymstock, widow, grand-daughter of Susanna Herring of the same, widow of Sampson Herring, formerly of Holbeton, then of Plymstock, yeoman, Henry John Hensleigh of Dunstone in Yelampton, gentleman, administrator of William Roe, gentleman, and William Holberton, as executor of Robert Holberton (who was surviving executor of Robert Hayman Roe of Newton Ferrers, gentleman), by direction of Thomas Henry Holberton, to John Square of Kingsbridge, gentleman, on trust for Thomas Henry Holberton, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.
Consideration: 5s each to William Holberton, Henry Richard Roe and Thomas Henry Holberton.
10s each to Henry Richard Roe, Susanne Sullivan, Henry John Hensleigh and William Holberton.

[no title]  107/962  1835

(Used as a cover for a bundle: damaged)

Contents:
Printed "Address of the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, on transmitting the King's Letter in 1835".

GARSTIN DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Wrightington, Lancashire, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/963  (20 November 1324)

Contents:
Gift of land which he has from the gift of John, son of Henry de Wrichtington, with the houses and buildings thereon, in Wrightington.
William, son of Alan de Lydyatelegh to Henry de Tunlegh.
Rents and services reserved to the chief lord as in the original deed of William de Wrichtington to the said John, son of Henry.
Witnesses: Master Ralph de Tunstal, Rector of Croston, John de Schifenale, Allexander de Kyrkebi, Robert de Keskyn, Richard Banastr', Richard de Kyrkham, clerk.
At Wrightington, Tuesday before St. Clement, 18 Edward II

[no title]  107/964  (17 February 1482/3)

Contents:
Gift of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold, Lancashire, which came to him on the death of John Huchecok, his father, formerly of Henry Huchecok, his grandfather.
William Huchecok to James Haliwall.
Witnesses: Gilbert Banastr', Nicholas Rigby the younger, Robert Asshurst, John Swifte, James Holand.
At Parbold, Monday in the first week of Lent, 22 Edward IV

[no title]  107/965  (17 February 1482/3)

Contents:
Power of attorney for livery of seisin to James Haliwall of lands, tenements, etc. which James Haliwall has from his gift in Wrightington and Parbold, Lancashire. William Huchecok to Thomas Haliwall.
Monday in the first week of Lent, 22 Edward IV

[no title]  107/966  (17 February 1482/3)

Contents:
Power of attorney for acceptance of livery of seisin from William Huchecok of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
James Haliwall to Laurence Dean.
Monday in the first week of Lent, 22 Edward IV

[no title]  107/967  (4 March 1482/3)

Contents:
Quitclaim of lands and tenements which James (Haliwall) has from his gift in Wrightington and Parb(old).
William (Huchecok) to James (Haliwall).
Witnesses: John Swifte, Thomas Holond, James Holond.
Tuesday in the third week of Lent, 23 Edward IV
(Badly damaged)

[no title]  107/968  1527-1533

Contents:
Gift of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
Geoffrey Haliwall, son and heir of James Haliwall, to James Port, Edward Cropper, James Hyde and Master Symon Starkye, clerk, on trust to execute his last will as declared in the document annexed.
13 June, 19 Henry VIII (1527)
Attached: Will of Geffray Haliwall.
The trustees, as above, to stand seised of the lands and tenements to the use of the testator until his death, and then to the use of William Haliwall, clerk, for life, and then to the use of Jamys Haliwall of Billinge, son of William, and cousin of the testator.
21 July, 25 Henry VIII (1533)

[no title or date]  107/969

Contents:
Another copy of the will of Geffray Haliwall (as above).

[no title]  107/970  13 May, 37 Henry VIII (1545)

Contents:
Feoffment of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
James Porter, Edmund Cropper and James Hyde, feoffees of Geoffrey Halywell, the son and heir of James Halywall, at the request of James Halywall of Billinge, son of Master William Haliwall, clerk, deceased, in accordance with the will of the said Geoffrey, to James Halywall of Billinge.

[no title]  107/971  14 May, 37 Henry VIII (1545)

Contents:
Bargain and sale of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
James Halywall of Billinge, Lancashire, yeoman, to Laurence Halywall of Tunley, Lancashire, tailor.
Consideration: £5.

[no title]  107/972  15 May, 37 Henry VIII (1545)

Contents:
Bond to guarantee title to lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
James Halywall of Billinge, Lancashire, yeoman, to Laurence Halywall of Tunley, tailor.

[no title]  107/973  17 May, 37 Henry VIII (1545)

Contents:
Quitclaim of lands and tenements in Wrightington and Parbold.
James Halywall of Billinge, yeoman, to Laurence Halywall of Tunley, tailor, his kinsman.

[no title]  107/974  22 January, 1 Mary (1553/4)

Contents:
Lease for 21 years of two pieces of land in Wrightington, occupied by Lawrence Holywell.
Richard Mawdysley of Mawdesley, Lancashire, yeoman, to Lawrence Holywell the younger of Wrightington.
Consideration: 26s 8d.
Rent: peppercorn for five years, then 2s p.a.

[no title]  107/975  15 September, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary (1556)

Contents:
Quitclaim of two parcels of land, which he lately acquired from the gift of Richard Mawdysley, in Tunley in Wrightington, occupied by Laurence Holywell.
Laurence (Lawrence) Waywart of Wrightington, Lancashire, yeoman, and Gilbert Lancaster of the same, yeoman, to Laurence Holywell of the same, yeoman.

[no title]  107/976  20 January, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary (1557/8)

Contents:
Quitclaim of two parcels of land in Tunley in Wrightington, occupied by Laurence Holywell, which Laurence Waywarte and Gilbert Lancaster lately acquired by the gift of Richard Mawdesley, and then bargained and sold to Laurence Holywell.
Richard Mawdesley of Mawdesley, Lancashire, gentleman, to Laurence Holywell of Wrightington, yeoman.

[no title]  107/977  27 March, 15 & 50 James I (1617)

Contents:
Recital that Thomas Nightingale of Wrightington, yeoman, and Margrett, his wife, are seised, in right of the said Margrett, of an estate tail in a third part of a messuage, etc. and four acres of land, meadow and pasture in Wrightington; and a third part of another messuage, etc. and two acres of land, meadow and pasture in Parbold, Lancashire, occupied by Richard Johnson.
Deed to declare the uses of a recovery suffered by Thomas Nightingale and Margrett, his wife, of the said land, to Edward Chisnall (or Chisenall) of Chisnall, Lancashire, Esq., and Richard Lancaster of Wrightington, gentleman, to the use of Thomas Nightingale and Margrett, his wife.

[no title]  107/978  9 June, 2 Charles I (1626)

Contents:
Bargain and sale of part of a cottage in Parbold, Lancashire, which Richard Muncke holds in right of Jenet, his wife, 2 ½ acres, occupied by Thomas Nightingale.
Richarde Muncke of Wrightington, husbandman, and Jenet, his wife, to Thomas Nightingale of the same, cordwainer.
Consideration: £6 13s 4d

[no title]  107/979  9 June 1626

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Richard Muncke and Jenet, his wife, to Thomas Nightingale.

[no title]  107/980  9 October 1627

Contents:
Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
Richard Muncke and Jenet, his wife, to Thomas Nightingale, shoe-maker.

[no title]  107/981  7 February 1649/50

Contents:
Bargain and sale of his part of messuage and tenement at Wrightington, containing in all four acres, and his part containing 2 1/2 acres, occupied by John Yates of Wrightington, husbandman; and his part of messuage or cottage at Parbold, containing in all 2 1/2 acres, and his part containing 1 1/2 acres and a rood, occupied by John Moore.
John Moore of Parbold, linen-webster, to Roger Garstange of Wrightington, linen-webster.
Consideration: £34
7 February 1649/50
Attached.-Bond to observe conditions of agreement.
John Moore to Roger Garstang.

[no title]  107/982  1 February 1686/7

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage of messuage and tenement in Wrightington, four acres, late of John Moore and John Yates, then of Roger Garstange.
Thomas Ashursht of Ashurst, Lancashire, Esq., Nicholas Rigby of Harrock, Lancashire, gentleman, and Thomas Wilson of Tunley, gentleman, mortgagees, at request of Roger Garstange of Wrightington, fustian-webster, mortgagor, to Nicholas Heskin of Welch Whittle, Lancashire, yeoman.
Consideration: £30.

[no title]  107/983  8 & 9 April 1687

Contents:
Lease and release of messuage and tenement in Wrightington, four acres, late of John Moore and John Yates, now of Roger Garstange.
Roger Garstange of Wrightington, fustian-webster, to John Halliwell of Cole Pitts in Wrightington, gentleman, and William Robinson of Wrightington, yeoman, to the use of Roger Garstange for life, and then for William Garstange, his son and heir apparent, provided that an annuity of 25s be paid by them to Margaret, wife of Roger, after his death, and that a sum of £20 be paid by them to Jane, daughter of Roger, within six months of his death.
Provided that if Roger Garstange does not pay annual sum of 30s as interest for the consideration money to William Garstange, the trustees may pay the sum from the profits of the land.
Consideration £30 to Roger Garstange from William Garstange.

[no title or date]  107/984

Contents:
Copy of part of the above release.

[no title]  107/985  1631-1713

Contents:
Gift of messuage or burgage with appurtenances, occupied by John Salesbury, glover, and Catherin Uz William, spinster, in Morock Street, Ruthin, Denbigh.
John Lloyd of Llanvorocke, Denbigh, gentleman, to John ap William ap Reignall of the same, gentleman, and Thomas Eare of Ruthin, Denbigh, yeoman, to the use of John Lloyd for life, and then to the use of Elyn, his wife, for life, and then to John Lloyd, his youngest son.
29 July 1631
On dorse: note of assignment of the deed as security for payment of 30s. J. Lloyd to William Garskin.
6 August 1713

[no title]  107/986  9 & 10 April 1725

Contents:
Lease and release of messuage and tenement, four acres, at Wrightington in Eccleston, Lancashire, late of Roger Garstin, now of William Garstin.
William Garstin of Chequer Lane in the suburbs of Dublin, farmer, to Bartholomew Garstin of the same, gentleman, his son, subject to payment of annuity of £3 10s to William Garstin and Anne, his wife, during the life of them and the survivor of them.
Consideration: annuity reserved, and 10s.

[no title]  107/987  15 April 1725

Contents:
Grant of sum of £50 chargeable upon a water corn mill called Horton Mill, and parcel of ground called the Mill Hill, at Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire, by virtue of settlement made by John Armitstead of Horton, yeoman, on the marriage of Anne, his daughter, and William Garstin
William Garstin of Chequer Lane, Dublin, farmer, and Anne Garstin or Armitstead, his wife, to Bartholomew Garstin of the same, gentleman, their son.
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  107/988  5 January 1748/9

Contents:
Copy of will of Bartholomew Garskin of Dublin, gentleman.
Two thirds of "all my worldly substance" to Elizabeth Garskin, his daughter or reputed daughter, now a child living with him, at age of 21 or on marriage. The remaining third part to John Garskin, his son or reputed son, now a boy living with him, at age of 21.
If Elizabeth marries without consent of executors, then £50 to her, £10 to John Hallowell of Lancashire, half of the remainder to John Garskin, and the other half to John Garskin of Dublin, brewer, etc. £100 to Ann Flood, etc.
Estate in Lancashire called Garskin, occupied by John Hollowell, to be sold by executors and the proceeds put to interest.
John Garskin of Dublin, brewer, and Isaac Delier, executors.
Proved at Dublin, 30 January 1748

[no title or date]  107/989

Contents:
Two other copies of the same (107/988).

[no title or date]  107/990

Contents:
Two other copies of the same (107/988).

[no title or date]  107/991

Contents:
Letter from Robert Boulton of Lincolns Inn to John Garstin, Esq. of Dublin, with a copy of a case for counsel's opinion concerning the title to the land at Wrightington under the will of Bartholomew Garstin.

[no title]  107/992  No date (18th century)

Contents:
Memorandum of a lease and release with covenant to levy a fine concerning a messuage, cottage, two gardens, an orchard, five acres land, three acres meadow, five acres pasture and common of pasture, in Wrightington, in the parish of Eccleston, Lancashire.

[no title]  107/993  1754

Contents:
Lease and release of messuage or tenement; four acres, at Wrightington. John Garstin of---, surviving executor of Bartholomew Garstin of Dublin, deceased, to Abraham Adamson of Dublin, merchant.
(Not executed)

[no title]  107/994  1649-1766

Contents:
Abstract of title of Bartholomew Garstin to 6 1/2 acres in Wrightington, Lancashire, with case for opinion of counsel concerning the title to it under the will of Bartholomew Garstin.

[no title]  107/995  6 July 1770

Contents:
Case and opinion of John Madock of Lincoln's Inn concerning the title to the Garskin estate in Lancashire under the will of Bartholomew Garstin or Garskin.
Opinion that the estate belongs to Ann, wife of William Doran of Dublin, tailor, the mother of Elizabeth, natural child of the testator, by virtue of the will of the said Elizabeth Garstin.

[no title or date]  107/996

Contents:
Memorandum, "I cannot find any relationship between this family and the Louth & Westmeath Garstins, though they must have been at least intimate as John Garstin of Dublin (& Whitehall) was executor of Bartholomew Garskin, which accounts for these papers coming into their present custody. John Ribton Garstin, Menion St., Dublin, 1863."

Tatestown and Mulloghard, Co. Meath  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/997  30 November 1668

Contents:
Bargain and sale of twenty acres of land in the town land of Tatestowne and Mulloghard, in the parish of Donnogh Pattrick in the barony of Kells, Co. Meath, granted to him by royal letters patent, dated 5 February, 19 Charles II (1666/7)
James Garstin of Braganstowne, Co Louth, Esq. to Garstin Berstow, son of Jeremiah Berstow of Dublin, merchant, his nephew, from the death of James Garstin and Anne, his wife, but if he die without issue, then to John, son of Symon Garstin, late of Drogheda, deceased, and nephew to James Garstin.
Consideration: natural affection.

[no title]  107/998  4 September 1669

Contents:
Bargain and sale of 113 acres and three roods of land in the town lands of Tatestowne and Mulloghard, in the parish of Donnogh Patrick, in the barony of Kells, Co. Meath, granted to him by royal letters patent, dated 5 February, 19 Charles II (1666/7).
James Garstin of Braganstowne, Co. Louth, Esq. to John Garstin, his nephew, son of Symon Garstin of Drogheda, deceased, from age of 21, but if he die without issue under 21, then to Norman Garstin, brother of John Garstin, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to William Garstin, brother of John, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to the heirs of Symon Garstin.
Consideration: natural affection.

King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/999  Fourth Friday after Christmas, 1684 (20 January 1664/5)

Contents:
Perpetual lease: bargain and sale of plot of ground on east of Oxmontowne Greene, Dublin, the sixty-eighth lot, adjoining King Street on south, the lot of Owen Jones on west, the lot of the Master of the Carpenters on north, and the lot of John Dritton on east.
William Smith, Esq., Mayor of Dublin, and the Sheriffs, Commons and Citizens of the same, to Arthur Eccles of the same, merchant.
Consideration: 40s, and rent reserved.
Rent: 20s p.a.
(Part of seal of Mayor, etc. of Dublin in brown wax on silk ribbons. Obverse: embattled castle with figure in doorway. Reverse: ship at sea under sail)

[no title or date]  107/1000

Contents:
Copies of the above (107/999).

[no title or date]  107/1001

Contents:
Copies of the above (107/999).

[no title]  107/1002  26 & 27 January 1690/1

Contents:
Lease and release of plot of ground, etc. (as above), with two houses and a malthouse built thereon, late of William Rand and Richard Browne.
Arthur Eccles of Dublin, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to John Garstin of the same, gentleman.
Consideration: £35

Priorstowne, Co. Louth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1003  6 April 1693

Contents:
Lease for 31 years of the town and lands of Priorstowne or Blackehall, 100 acres, in the barony of Ferard, Co. Louth.
Sir James Shawn of the Inner Temple, London, knight and baronet, to John Garstin of Dublin, gentleman.
Consideration: surrender of former lease to Major James Gaskin, dated 1668.
Rent: £10 p.a.

Phrapper Lane, Dublin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1004  May --- 1714

Contents:
Draft bond to observe conditions of agreement in expending £100 on building and improving work at Phrappers Lane, as below.
John Garstin of --- Co. Louth, Esq. and Abraham Bradly of Dublin, wine-cooper, to Robert Martin of Dublin, gentleman.

[no title]  107/1005  1714-1715

Contents:
Copy of lease for three lives of large tenement, stable, etc. adjoining road from King Street to Drumconra on north, Robert Martin's holding on east, Frappers Lane on west, and tenement of John Stapleton on south, at north east end of Frapper Lane, in St. Michans in Oxmantown, Dublin, late of Sir Standish Harding, knight and baronet, deceased.
Robert Martin of Dublin, gentleman, and Alice Martin or Warren, his wife, a legatee of Sir Standish Harding, to Abraham Bradly of Dublin, wine-cooper.
Lives: lessee, Elizabeth Owens or Bradly, widow, innkeeper, of Dublin, and James, son of John Gaskin of Sudden, Co. Meath, Esq.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £4 4s p.a. during life of Elizabeth Owens or Bradly.
£6 6s p.a. during life of Abraham Bradly.
£10 10s p.a. thereafter.
5 June 1714
Copy of agreement between Robert Martin, Alice, his wife, and John Garstin.
Appointment by John Garstin, mortgagee, of Urmston Peppys of Dublin, gentleman, as a life upon the above lease, on the death of Abraham Bradly.
Consideration: £2 2s to Robert Martin.
30 May 1715

[no title or date]  107/1006

Contents:
Note of description of the property at Phrapper Lane, as above.

Swan Alley, Dublin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1007  12 April 1720

Contents:
Power of attorney to pay £4 for half a year's rent due to him for a holding in Swan Ally, Dublin, to Peter Ward, merchant.
Charles Fox to John Garstin of Swan Ally, Dublin.

Newcastle, etc. Co. Meath  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1008  7 September 1722

Contents:
Copy of assignment of rent charge of £20 p. a. from a moiety of town and lands of Newcastle, Letrim, etc. in Co. Meath, leased for 31 years to him and to Normand Garstin of Bragganstown, Co. Louth, Esq. by James Moor of Addestown, Co. Louth, gentleman.
John Garstin to Boyle Travers of Stebanon, Co. Louth, clerk, on trust for Elenor, Esther, Ann and Norman, daughters of Norman Garstin, deceased, and nieces of John Garstin
Consideration: 5s

Kilmorebranagh, Co. Kildare  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1009  2 November 1727

Contents:
Lease for eleven years of part of lands of Kilmorebranagh or Woodland, late of Hugh Kennedy, farmer, 19 1/2 acres, in barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare.
John Moland, junior, of Dublin, gentleman, to Robert Smith of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, farmer.
Consideration: rent reserved, etc.
Rent: £9 p. a.

[no title]  107/1010  Copy dated 10 February 1728/9

Contents:
Copy of memorial of deed sent for registration
Lease and release dated 7 & 8 February 1728/9, of part of the town and lands of Kilmorebranagh, late of Hugh Kennedy, farmer, commonly called Woodland, 19 1/2 acres profitable land, plantation measure, in barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare.
John Moland, junior, to James Garstin of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, Esq.

[no title]  107/1011  17 May 1729

Contents:
Mortgage: release of part of the lands of Kilmorebranagh (as above).
James Garstin of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, Esq. to Elizabeth Brabazon of Killaly, Co. Louth, spinster.
Consideration: £220

[no title or date]  107/1012

Contents:
Lease for 31 years of part of the lands of Killmore, commonly called Kennedys holding, 19 1/2 acres, in the parish of Caddamstown, and barony of Carbery, Co. Kildare.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jenny or Brabazon of Lurgan, Co. Louth, and James Garstin of Dublin, Esq. to Henry Walker of Blackwater, Co. Kildare, farmer.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: ---
(Not executed)

[no title]  107/1013  13 & 14 December 1733

Contents:
Mortgage: lease and release of two plots of ground, whereon are built two dwelling houses, a malthouse, brewhouse, etc. occupied by Robert Farrell, brewer, on north of King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin.
James Garstin of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, Esq. to Thomas Gates, junior, of Maurice Town, Co. Kildare, gentleman, as security for payment of £200 due to him upon bond.
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  107/1014  5 February 1686/7-1736

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Garstin the younger to the town and lands of Tatestown and Mulloghard in East Meath.

[no title]  107/1015  1 February 1737/8

Contents:
Notice by Lord Palmerston, Chief Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer, of intended sale by auction on 20 February 1737 of part of the town and lands of Killmorebranagh (as in 107/1012), to satisfy the debts of John Garstin, Esq. to Christophilus Jenney and Elizabeth, his wife.

Tinnahinch, Co. Wicklow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1016  24 & 25 March 1736

Contents:
Lease for three lives: lease and release of lands of Tinnahinch, formerly of the widow Cownly, adjoining road from Charlevill to Powerscourt Bridge on west, Powerscourt River on north and north-east, and Edward Foster's holding on south: seven acres, plantation measure, in the manor of Powerscourt, Co. Wicklow.
Charles Monck of Grange gorman near Dublin, Esq. to Thomas Dalton of the same, ventiner, during the lives of Thomas Dalton and Robert and William, his sons.
Consideration: rent reserved
Rent: £6 p.a.

[no title]  107/1017  4 & 5 May 1737

Contents:
Mortgage: lease and release of the lands of Tinnahinch (as 107/1016 above).
Thomas Dalton of Grange Gorman near Dublin, ventiner, to Mary Ferrall of Dublin, widow, during the remainder of the term of the lease.
Consideration: £23

[no title]  107/1018  24 & 25 April 1745

Contents:
Lease and release of the lands of Tinnahinch (as above).
Thomas Dalton of Grange Gorman near Dublin, vintner, to Mary Ferrall of Dublin, widow, during the remainder of the term of the lease.
Consideration: £10 10s remaining due on mortgage to Mary Ferrall.
£21 10s.

[no title]  107/1019  25 & 26 April 1745

Contents:
Lease and release of the lands of Tinnahinch (as above).
Mary Ferrall of Dublin, widow; to John Garstin of the same, brewer, during the remainder of the term of the lease.
Consideration: £40

[no title]  107/1020  --- 1748

Contents:
Lease for a year of the lands of Tinnahinch (as above).
Charles Monck of Grangegorman near Dublin, Esq. to John Garstin of Dublin, brewer.
Consideration: 5s
(Not executed)

Judgment obtained by Thomas Gates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1021  10 December 1743

Contents:
Assignment of judgement obtained in Court of King's Bench of Ireland against John Garstin.
Thomas Gates of Maurice Town, Co. Kildare, gentleman, son and heir of Thomas Gates, late of Great Connell, Co. Kildare, gentleman, deceased, and Robert Gates of Dublin, merchant, and Jacob Gates of Great Connell, Co. Kildare, gentleman, only acting executors of Thomas Gates the father, to John Fortescue of Dublin, merchant.
Consideration: £100 to Thomas Gates.
5s to Robert and Jacob Gates

[no title]  107/1022  9 April 1746

Contents:
Declaration of trust in respect of mortgage of houses etc. at King Street, Oxmantown, assigned to him by Thomas Gates, junior, and the assignment of the same.
John Fortescue of Dublin, merchant, to John Garstin.

[no title or date]  107/1023

Contents:
Copy of the above (107/1022).

[no title]  107/1024  No date (after 1746)

Contents:
Case and opinion of William Harward concerning the ability of John Garstin to make a further mortgage of property at King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin, which has been the subject of a judgement against him by Henry Hatch and Mary Ferrall.

[no title]  107/1025  No date (after 1746)

Contents:
Proposals for borrowing of £2000 by John Garstin on the security of property at King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin, with details of the property and its value.

[no title]  107/1026  1750-1752

Contents:
Lease for 99 years of messuage with brewhouse, malthouse, etc. on east of Phrapper Lane, Dublin, adjoining garden held by the lesee of Neal Segrave and Ellinor Ambrose on the east, Fahy's holding in the tenure of the lessee on the north, and the rear of houses in Mary's Lane, and other land held by the lessee on the south, together with equipment therein, as listed in a schedule.
Neal Segrave of Little Cabragh, Co. Dublin, Esq. and Ellinor Ambrose of Dublin, spinster, to John Garstin of Dublin, brewer.
Consideration: rent reserved
Rent: £54 16s p.a.
15 June 1750
Attached: schedule of equipment, etc., and plan of the property.
On dorse:- note of surrender of the lease by William Villiers of Dublin, gentleman, who had bought it on behalf of John Garstin, when it was seized by the Sheriffs of Dublin, in obedience to a writ against John Garstin. (not signed)
13 January 1752

[no title]  107/1027  No date

Contents:
Assignment of above lease.
William Villiers of Dublin, gentleman, with consent of John Garstin, to Neal Segrave and Ellinor Ambrose.
(Not executed)

[no title]  107/1028  1664-1766

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Garstin, Esq. to a plot of ground on east side of Oxmantown Green, Dublin.

[no title]  107/1029  1664-1766

Contents:
A similar abstract of title in shorter form.

[no title]  107/1030  6 March 1766

Contents:
Copy of agreement between George Barnewall of Killawe, Co. Westmeath, gentleman, and Joanna Barnewall or Martin, his wife,
Alice Clinch of Dublin, spinster, William Fairbrother of Foxhall, Co. Wicklow, Esq, owners of the reversion of the property in Phrapper Lane, Dublin (as in 107/1005 above), and John Garstin of Whitehall, Westminster, Esq., mortgagee.
Appointment of John Garstin and Captain Chichester Fortescue Garstin, his eldest son, as lives upon the lease, on the deaths of Elisabeth Owens and James Garstin.

[no title]  107/1031  6 March-8 April 1766

Contents:
Receipts to John Garstin for payment of rent and fines due in respect of the above, and particulars of the fines due.
(Three papers)

[no title]  107/1032  5 June 1714-6 March 1766

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Garstin to a tenement, stable and backside in Phrapper Lane, Dublin.

[no title or date]  107/1033

Contents:
Similar abstract of title.

[no title]  107/1034  1774-1780

Contents:
Copy of entry concerning burial of Urmeston Pepys, Esq. at Weston on 18 November 1774, and note of death of John Garstin on 14 January 1780.

[no title]  107/1035  No date (after 1740)

Contents:
Case for opinion of counsel concerning the title of John Garstin to a lease for 99 years of the lands of Killmore Branah, which were mortgaged by James Garstin of Killmore, Co. Kildare, Esq. to Eliphael Dobson of Dublin, stationer.

[no title]  107/1036  About 1769

Contents:
Case and opinion of Theobald Wolfe concerning the right of John Garstin, eldest son of James Garstin, deceased, to recover the possession, on redemption of mortgage, of the town and lands of Rahine and part of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, which were mortgaged by his father to Eliphael Dobson of Dublin, stationer, and were leased by Jane Dobson, widow of the mortgagee, to Samuel Jessop.

[no title or date]  107/1037

Contents:
Draft of the above case (107/1036).

[no title]  107/1038  1767-1772

Contents:
Copy of will of Mary Farrell of Linnen Hall Street, Dublin, widow.
Houses, etc. at Liffy Street, Dublin, occupied by representatives of John Sowden, Joseph Carncross and John Sheridan; and a house in King Street, Oxmantown, with a storehouse, leased to her late husband by John Garstin, occupied by Patrick O'Brien, to Thomas Pope, Esq.
Debt of £153 3s 7d, and £400, being a marriage settlement on Althea Garstin, her daughter, owed to her by John Garstin, to Thomas Pope, on trust to pay her debts, and pay £350 to Elizabeth Verling, her daughter, and allow Althea Garstin to receive rent of the house in King Street during her life.
Power to dispose of the house in King Street by her will to any child she shall have, to Althea Garstin.
Debt of £153 3s 7d to be recovered and invested for Althea Garstin for life, with power to her to bequeath it to her children, etc.
7 March 1767
Copy of will of Althea Garstin of Dublin, wife of John Garstin, Esq.
House and storehouse in King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin, to Delia Ann Garstin, her daughter, together with £200 owed by John Garstin, her husband, etc. (all her other children having been provided for).
1 March 1772

[no title]  107/1039  No date

Contents:
Copy of will of Althea Garstin (as above).
Attached:-
Directions made by Althea Garstin on making her will, about the disposition of her property.
Note: "My Dr. D. Mother departed this life the 5 of March 1772, which day my unhappiness began."

[no title or date]  107/1040

Contents:
Copy of will of Mary Farrell (as in 107/1038).

[no title]  107/1041  June 1797

Contents:
Letter from William McAuley of 10 Georges Quay, Dublin, to Mrs. Ann Garstin, concerning the renewal of the lease of property at Phrappers Lane.
30 August 1797
Enclosed bill of costs in connection with the renewal.

[no title]  107/1042  1808

Contents:
Note that a leasehold house in King Street, Dublin, was left to Major John Colborne (Lord Seaton), and his children, by his grand-mother, Mrs. Ann Garstin, in failure of issue to A. Bargus and her children, but in failure of his isue to children of J. B. Garstin.
And that a leasehold house in the same was left to Alethea Bargus and her children, in failure of issue to the children of J. B. Garstin.

LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Wrightington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1043  19 November 1725

Contents:
Lease for seven years of messuage and tenement in Wrightington, called Garstangs House, with closes of land, 4 acres.
Bartholomew Garstang of Wrightington, Lancashire, gentleman, to William Spencer of the same; shoemaker.
Consideration: rent reserved
Rent: £7 p.a.

King Street, Oxmantown  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1044  12 March 1701/2

Contents:
Lease for 77 years of house, malt-house and yard, occupied by Charles Kingsly, in King's Street, Oxmantowne, Dublin.
John Garstin of Dublin, gentleman, to Charles Mellvil of the same, Esq.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £15 p.a.

[no title]  107/1045  30 November 1720

Contents:
Lease for 97 years of ground whereon stood a house, late occupied by John Horsman, now pulled down, in King Street, Oxmantowne, Dublin, with new house, etc. recently erected by the lessee.
John Garstin of Dublin, Esq. to Robert Ferrall of the same, brewer.
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £9 p.a,

[no title or date]  107/1046

Contents:
Copy of the above.

[no title]  107/1047  6 February 1802

Contents:
Note that copies of a lease (as 107/1045 above) were sent to Mr. McAuley and to Mr. Bargus, from Newark.
Attached: note that a copy of the lease of property in Oxmantowne (as at 107/999 above) is to be sent to C.A.G. (Cordelia Anne Garstin).

[no title]  107/1048  3 March 1766

Contents:
Lease for 31 years of house etc. at King's Street, Oxmantown, Dublin.
John Garstin of Dublin, Esq. to Nicholas Harford of King's Street, Oxmantown, coachsmith,
Consideration: rent reserved.
Rent: £26 p.a.
Attached: plan of the property concerned.

Phrapper Lane, Dublin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1049  1747-1750

Contents:
Copy of memorandum of lease for 30 years of house called by the sign of the King and Queen's Head, in Proper Lane, adjoining King Street, Dublin, late of Tobias Hillery, innholder.
John Garstin of Dublin, brewer, to James Connor of the same, innholder.
Rent: 31 p.a.
7 December 1747
Copy of notice by John Garstin that he will accept rent paid under the above lease to Mary Garstin, in discharge of rent payable to himself.
1 November 1750

[no title]  107/1050  5 April 1766

Contents:
Note that the executors of Mr. Fortescue have settled with Mr. Garstin for the rent of the King and Queen to September 1756, from which time Mrs. Connor must account with Mr. Garstin.

Kilmore, Co. Kildare  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1051  30 March 1769

Contents:
Notice of obligation to pay rent of £1 9s p.a. for lands of Killmore, in the parish of Cadamistown, barony of Carbery, and Co. Kildare, as from 1 May 1769, and to quit the same on 1 May 1770.
John Garstin to William Dunn and James McNamee.

[no title]  107/1052  29 October 1770

Contents:
Question and opinion of J. Horsfall of the Middle Temple, London, concerning the value of the remainder of a lease, granted 1 May 1717 for 99 years, of lands in Ireland.

[no title]  107/1053  18 May & 31 July 1772

Contents:
Letters from R. Moland of London (to John Garstin) concerning proposed purchase by him of the remainder of J. Garstin's lease of the lands of Kilmore.
(Two letters)

[no title]  107/1054  16 June 1772

Contents:
Letter from John Daly to John Garstin of Dublin concerning two acres of land (at Kilmore) which Mr. Fox and Mr. Walker refuse to surrender to him, although he is leasing it from John Garstin, etc.

ESTATE DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Wrightington, Lancashire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1055  2 April 1732-10 April 1750

Contents:
Letters from John Halliwell of North Tunley, in Wrightington to John Garstin (Garsting or Garstang), brewer, of Proper Lane (or next the Swan and Constable in Fleet Street), Dublin, concerning the running of his estate at Wrightington.
(Three letters)

[no title]  107/1056  No date (18th century)

Contents:
Draft power of attorney to execute and renew leases, and to accept surrenders of leases of an estate at Wrightington in Eccleston, Lancashire.
Bartholomew Garstin of Dublin, gentleman, to ---
Second draft: power given to John Halewell, gentleman, of North Tunley in Wrightington.
On dorse: list of names and sums of money.

[no title]  107/1057  No date (17th century)

Contents:
Sketch plan of Leragh lands and Castle, Co. Westmeath, 150a.2r.37p., and bog, 41a.1r.0p., with a 19th century note that it was granted to the Garstins by Letters Patent of Charles II, 5 February 1666.

[no title]  107/1058  March 1769

Contents:
Plan of lands of John Garstin at Kilmorebranagh, in the barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, showing names of occupiers and areas, and adjoining owners. Surveyed by Nicholas Moran.
Scale: 16 inches to mile.

[no title]  107/1059  1778 or later

Contents:
Memoranda of deeds and events in connection with the tenancy of the property at Frapper Lane, of deeds of the property at King Street, and of the probates of John Garstin the elder, 1764, and of Elizabeth Owen, 1767.

[no title]  107/1060  18 April 1788

Contents:
Letter from Ann Baron of Dublin to Mrs. Cordelia Ann Bargus concerning the rent due from Mr. Goff and various other matters.

[no title]  107/1061  10 November 1788-2 September 1791

Contents:
Letters from Rogers Taylor of Custom House, Dublin, to Mrs. Cordelia Ann Bargus of Winchester, and to the Rev. Thomas Bargus, her husband, after her death in 1791, concerning the administration of her Irish estates.
(Six letters)

[no title]  107/1062  6 February 1790-11 March 1802

Contents:
Letters from Mrs. Ann Garstin of Chapel Stairs, Whitehall, London, to Rev. Thomas Bargus of Winchester, or Berkley, near Frome, Somerset (1795-1798), or of Barkway, Royston, Hertfordshire (1800-1802), concerning the administration of the Irish estates of the late Mrs. C.A. Bargus.
(Thirteen letters)

[no title]  107/1063  1777-1805

Contents:
Rough notes and accounts concerning rents received and due, and terms of tenancies of the Garstin estates in Ireland.
(Seven papers)

[no title]  107/1064  1808

Contents:
Agreement between Chichester Fortescue Garstin of Lymington, Hampshire, Esq., eldest son of John Garstin, deceased, and devisee of Ann Garstin, and Philip Godsal, Charles Baxter and Edward Macklew of Long Acre, Middlesex, coachmakers.
Covenant by C. F. Garstin to pay £182 17s with interest.
Power of attorney to collect rent of messuage, etc. at Phrapper Lane, near King Street, Oxmanton, in the suburbs of Dublin, occupied by William Clarke, bequeathed to him by Ann Garstin, until the said sum be paid.
C. F. Garstin to Rev. Thomas Bargus of Barkway, Hertfordshire.
10 May 1808
Enclosed two letters from Nathaniel Saxon to Rev. Thomas Bargus concerning the above.
16 & 28 July 1808

[no title]  107/1065  20 December 1816

Contents:
Letter from William McAuley of Dublin to Rev. Duke Yonge with a statement of account concerning the property at Phrapper Lane and Santry.
(Later sent through the post to Rev. John Yonge of Puslinch, 26 January 1856)

[no title]  107/1066  No date

Contents:
Printed plan of Dublin by Samuel Byron, City Surveyor, marked to show position of the houses etc. at King Street, Oxmantown.

[no title]  107/1067  1854-1874

Contents:
Letter from Francis Falkner, on behalf of Mr. Litton of 5 Dewson Street, Dublin, to Rev. John Yonge, concerning a proposed new lease of property in North King Street to Mr. Braugan, etc.
17 May 1854
Attached and enclosed: Two notes about leasehold houses in Phrapper Lane bequeathed by Ann Garstin.
Newspaper cutting concerning the career and recent conviction of E.B. Litton, a member of the Irish Bar.
October 1874

LITIGATION  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1068  1722

Contents:
Bill and answer of the defendant in the suit by Alice Reader, widow, and William Reader, a minor, represented by his mother, Alice Reader, against John Garstin, Esq., concerning lands and tenements at Oxmantown and elsewhere in Dublin, and in Roscommon and King's County, part of a settlement on the marriage of Enoch Reader, Dean of Embly, and Alice Reader, the plaintiff, which John Garstin had seized on mortgage, and as security for a portion of £1000 for Mary, his wife, sister of Enoch Reader.

[no title]  107/1069  18 June, 20- George II (1746)

Contents:
Writ to the Sheriffs of Dublin for the arrest of Charles Holme to answer Bartholomew Garstin on a plea of trespass.

[no title]  107/1070  Trinity Term 1764-Michaelmas Term 1765

Contents:
Account of J. Palmer for legal services to Mr. Garstin in the cases, Allwright v. Garstin, Cooke v. Garstin and Finlay v. Garstin.

Samuel Windis v. John Garstin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1071  August 1771

Contents:
Bill in Chancery of Ireland of Samuel Windis of Dublin, hosier, a protestant of the Church of Ireland.
Reciting that Rt. Hon. Henry, late Baron of Santry, made a lease, dated 28 April 1738, of part of the lands of Santry, with the white house, orchards, gardens, etc. thereon, 21 acres, to William Crinigan, his groom, for the lives of William Crinigan, Mary, his wife, and Daniel Crinigan of Palmerstown, Co. Dublin, innkeeper, with right of perpetual renewal, at rent of £21.
And that William Crinigan, by deeds dated 10 & 11 June 1741, leased and released the same to Moses Kelly, merchant, who died in 1762, leaving Oliver, his only son, as his heir at law.
And that Oliver Kelly, by deeds dated 12 & 13 October 1762, leased and released the same to John Garstin.
And that William Crinigan is and was in 1738 a papist, and so incapable of accepting the lease, and therefore Samuel Windis, as the first protestant discoverer, is entitled to the same.
He seeks possession of the lands.

[no title]  107/1072  1771

Contents:
Answer of John Garstin to the above. 2
He denies that there is any evidence that William Crinigan has ever been a papist, etc.

[no title]  107/1073  1762

Contents:
Act of Parliament of Ireland, 2 George III, cap XII, for the security of Protestant purchasers.

[no title]  107/1074  1764

Contents:
Act of Parliament of Ireland, 3 George III, cap XXVI, Confirming the Titles and for quieting the Possession of Protestants and for giving Time to Converts from Popery to perform the Requisites of Conformity prescribed by the Laws against Popery.

[no title]  107/1075  No date (1772)

Contents:
Letter from Andrew Stewart of Yorke Street to John Garstin, Esq. of Arran Quay enclosing a power of attorney to be signed by Miss Garstin, etc. and enclosing the following account.

[no title]  107/1076  Trinity Term 1772

Contents:
Account of Andrew Stewart for legal services to John Garstin in the cases, Thomas Pope v. Rev. John Rogers, and Mary Farrell, widow, v. John Garstin.

John Garstin v. William Reader, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1077  12 August 1771

Contents:
Copy of will of William Reader, Archdeacon of Cork.
Lease of lands of Mountlong and Parknecolly, held of Jephson Bustead the elder, to be surrendered, on condition that he pays £200, failing which to Jephson Bustead the younger.
Premises at King Street, Oxmantown, Dublin, to be purchased for him by Richard Martin of Cork, attorney, following a foreclosure of a mortgage, to William Jephson and Jephson Bustead, his executors, in trust for the uses of his will.
Residue of estate to his executors.
Copy of second codicil dated 18 July 1774 (as below).

[no title]  107/1078  1772-1774

Contents:
Copy of codicil to will of William Reader, bequeathing estate at Oxmantown, Dublin, let to Heather Moore and Bartholomew Callan, to John Garstin of London, Esq. on condition that he pays £203 to his executors, failing which to his executors, to the uses of his will.
13 October 1772
Copy of codicil to will of William Reader, bequeathing interest in Mount Long and Barnacolly, Co. Cork, leased by him from Jephson Bustead the elder, to Jephson Bustead the younger, on trust for payment of £200 to the uses of his will.
18 July 1774
Copy of part of statement of case (as below).

[no title]  107/1079  No date (1772 or later)

Contents:
Statement of case concerning title of John Garstin the younger to an estate at Oxmantown, which John Garstin the elder, his grandfather, possessed as mortgagee, and as security for his wife's portion, but which, on the balance of £203 being paid off as a result of a court action in 1722, remained in the possession of John Garstin the elder, as mortgagee, in order to preserve it from the creditors of Dean Enoch Reader, until it was assigned to Ann Crinigan on trust for William Reader, son of Dean Enoch Reader.
In 1770 Ann Crinigan, on behalf of William Reader, filed a bill against William Reader and John Garstin the younger for the sale of the estate to liquidate the mortgage, which was duly done without the knowledge of John Garstin.
William Reader claimed that the money was his own in virtue of a purchase in trust for him, but agreed to make it over to John Garstin on repayment of the £203, and made a codicil to his will to that effect.

[no title]  107/1080  No date (1772?)

Contents:
Statement of case (as above) with further details of the case of John Garstin.

[no title]  107/1081  No date (1772?)

Contents:
Another statement of case, with further details

[no title]  107/1082  March 1766-9 July 1773

Contents:
Correspondence between William Reader of Dublin and Mount Long, Co. Cork, and John Garstin at the Secretary's Office, Whitehall, London, concerning the property at Oxmantown, etc.
(Seven letters)

[no title]  107/1083  No date (1774 or later)

Contents:
Questions for counsel's opinion concerning the two codicils to the will of William Reader (as above).

[no title]  107/1084  23 September 1774

Contents:
Letter from Jephson Bustead, executor of the will of William Reader, to John Garstin, concerning the will and codicils of William Reader.

[no title]  107/1085  24 October 1774

Contents:
Copy of letter from John Garstin to Archdeacon William Jephson, another executor of the will of William Reader concerning the same.

John Garstin v. Thomas Bolger  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1086  28 February 1770-3 March 1783

Contents:
List of documents in the suit, Virasell v. Garstin.

[no title]  107/1087  28 December 1785-January 1786

Contents:
Memoranda of documents left by Ann Garstin with John Garstin at Arron Quay, Dublin, for his perusal, with copies of various receipts and promises to pay amongst them.

[no title]  107/1088  1786

Contents:
Bill in Chancery of Ireland of Anne Garstin of Whitehall, widow and executrix of John Garstin of the same, deceased.
Reciting that John Garstin on 30 January 1744 entered partnership with Peter Verasell of Dublin, since deceased, in brewing and malting, in Phrapper Lane, Dublin, and that they each invested £1000 in the business.
And that the partnership was dissolved four years later, when £550 was due to Peter Verasell, part of which was agreed to be set against bad debts, and that, since John Garstin was continuing the business, arrangements were made for him to collect the bad debts if possible, etc.
And that monthly payments were made to Theophilus Desbrisay, agent for Peter Verasell, and after his death, for Marianne Verasell, his widow, together with certain extra payments to Marianne Verasell when she was in special need, and that disputes have thereby arisen as to how much has been paid of the amount due.
And that Michael Swift, agent for Marianne Verasell, obtained, in 1768, an order of court to take possession of a piece of ground in Phrapper Lane, now Berresford Street, and a piece of ground, messuage or tenement on the north of King's Street, Oxmantown, Dublin.
She prays restitution, etc.

[no title]  107/1089  No date

Contents:
Note about affidavits and other documents in a suit in the court of Exchequer, between Thomas Bolger, gentleman, one of the attorneys, executors of Mary Ann Sarah Virasel, custodee, plaintiff, and John Garstin, defendant.

[no title]  107/1090  1 August 1786

Contents:
Case and copy of opinion of John O'Connor concerning the regaining by Anne Garstin, widow, of the possession of the premises at King Street, which were seized in 1769 by Marianne Virasell, widow of Peter Virasell, on a bond to her late husband by John Garstin the younger, and which are now in the possession of Thomas Bolger, executor of Marianne Virasell.

[no title]  107/1091  16 March 1787

Contents:
List of papers left with Messrs. G. & G. in connection with the suit, Garstin v. Bolger.

PRIVATE DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1092  11 October 1654

Contents:
Note of baptism of William, son of Roger Garstang at Wrightington.

[no title]  107/1093  14 November 1683

Contents:
Receipt for £6, the third payment of seven, and 7s 2d interest.
J. Charnley to Roger Garstan of Wrightington.

[no title]  107/1094  21 July 1702 (altered to 1732)

Contents:
Certificate of admission of John Gaskinge, gentleman, to the freedom of Drogheda.
(Applied seal of the Corporation of Drogheda)

[no title]  107/1095  10 July 1706

Contents:
Letter from Alicia Reader to John Gaskin, Esq., her brother, concerning her husband's health, and his creditors.

[no title]  107/1096  18 February 1708 and 14 May 1709

Contents:
Receipts for £40 on account of spiritual livings let to him by Dean Enoch Reader, and for £9 12s 4d.
Alicia Reader to John Garstin.
(Two receipts)

[no title]  107/1097  13 February 1728

Contents:
Bond to indemnify James Garsting of Kilmore, Co. Kildare, Esq. for penalties arising from his being surety, together with Eleazer Sterne, for Enoch Sterne, Esq. in his office of Collector of Revenue.
Enoch Sterne to James Garsting.

[no title]  107/1098  27 November 1728

Contents:
Bond to indemnify James Garstin, High Sheriff of Co. Kildare, for penalties arising from neglect of John Scott of Dublin, gentleman, in his office of Under-Sheriff, etc.
John Scott of Dublin, gentleman, Christopher Cusack of Rathaldron, Co. Meath, Esq. and Amy Sweetman of the same, widow, to James Garstin of Killmore, Co. Kildare, Esq.

Marriage of John Garstin and Althea Farrell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1099  19 October 1741

Contents:
Settlement on marriage of John Garstin of Dublin, gentleman, and Althea Farrell of the same, spinster.
Assignment of sum of £200 to which she is entitled under the will of Robert Farrell, her father.
Althea Farrell to Henry Hatch of Dublin, Esq. and Mary Farrell of the same, widow, on trust.
Agreement that the £200 and another sum of £200 paid to the same by John Garstin, shall be invested by the trustees, who shall pay the interest to John Garstin for life, and then to Althea Farrell for life; and then on trust for their children, etc.
Consideration: 5s.

[no title or date]  107/1100

Contents:
Certificate of marriage at St. Michan's, Dublin, of John Garstin, gentleman, and Althea Ferrall, spinster, on 19 November 1741.

[no title]  107/1101  7 September 1742

Contents:
Bond to pay £400.
John Garstin of Dublin, brewer, to Henry Hatch, Esq. and Mary Ferrall, widow, both of Dublin.

[no title]  107/1102  7 September 1742

Contents:
Declaration by Mary Ferrall that the sum in the above bond is that mentioned in an agreement of 19 October 1741, between John Garstin, Althea Ferrall, now his wife, and Henry Hatch and Mary Ferrall.

[no title]  107/1103  19 October 1742

Contents:
Receipt for £100, part of the money due from the lands of Corelaragh in right of Alethea Garstin or Ferrall, his wife, and for £100 in part discharge of purchase money of the same by Dr. Ferrall.
John Garstin to William Verling.

[no title]  107/1104  28 February 1742/3

Contents:
Bond to pay £215 6s.
John Garstin of Dublin, brewer, to Mary Ferrall of the same, widow.

[no title]  107/1105  25 January 1750/1

Contents:
Bond to pay £555 3s 7d.
John Garstin of Dublin, brewer, to Mary Ferrall of the same, widow.

[no title]  107/1106  30 August 1748

Contents:
Licence to continue trading for three years.
John Garstin, Michael Ennis, Patrick McCarthy, Thomas Hawkshag, John Watson, Patrick Kearnan, and Mary Nutt, creditors, to Richard Watson of Dublin, carpenter.

[no title]  107/1107  24 November 1749

Contents:
Bond to pay £28.
Robert Baldwin of Redcross, Co. Wicklow, Esq. to John Garstin of Dublin, brewer.

[no title]  107/1108  2 January 1749/50

Contents:
Promise to pay £42.
John Edwards to John Garstin.

[no title]  107/1109  20 December 1753

Contents:
Letter (from John Garstin) in London, to (Thomas Fortescue?) concerning the settlement of his aunt's fortune, etc.

[no title]  107/1110  12 September 1772

Contents:
Certificate of baptism at St. Michan's, Dublin, of Cordelia Ann, daughter of John Garstin, lately brewer, and Alithea, of Phrapper Lane, on 26 July 1751.

[no title]  107/1111  September 1751

Contents:
Letter from Chichester Fortescue Garstin to an un-named lady, concerning the proposed letting of some land by her, and Mr. Garstin's visit to Ireland.

[no title]  107/1112  28 October 1752

Contents:
Power of attorney to come to agreement with Rebecca Bartlett of St. Margaret's, Westminster, concerning the sum of £100 which was bequeathed to her by Margaret Bartlett, late of Abergavenny, then of St. Margaret's, Westminster, her sister, deceased.
James Walsh, gentleman, an attorney of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, and Tudor Walsh, formerly James, his wife, executor of Margaret Bartlett, to John Garstin of Westminster, Esq.

[no title]  107/1113  30 December 1769

Contents:
Letter from Chichester Fortescue Garstin to John Garstin at Whitehall, London, on various subjects.

[no title]  107/1114  No date (in period 1760-1771)

Contents:
Letter from Mr. Fortescue to Ann Garstin at Phrapper Lane, Dublin, concerning a legacy to her from his father.

[no title]  107/1115  22 October 1771

Contents:
Account of William Abbot for obtaining letters of administration of the estate of William Fortescue Garstin, deceased, for John Garstin.

[no title]  107/1116  9 February 1773-13 August 1774

Contents:
Letters from Benjamin Garstin of Dublin to Cordelia Anne Garstin, his niece, concerning the payment of £300 to her under her grand-mother's will.
(Seven letters)

[no title]  107/1117  24 June-23 November 1779

Contents:
Letters from Henry Gudgeon of Dublin to John Garstin of Whitehall, London, about money advanced by John Garstin for William (son of Henry Gudgeon?).
(Eight letters)

[no title]  107/1118  1785-1786

Contents:
Power of attorney to receive the title deeds of a messuage and tenement upon the Bank in St. Margaret's, Rochester, (Kent), from Ann Garstin, widow, of Connon Street, opposite Nicholas Lane, London.
John Sage of Burraton in Ermington, Devon, and Elizabeth, his wife (the daughter of William Ashe gentleman, and Sarah, daughter of Elizabeth Bellew of Rochester, widow) and Sarah Ashe of Plymouth, spinster, another daughter of William and Sarah Ashe, the owners of the fee simple of the said messuage, etc., to John Gotobed of the Temple, London, Esq.
21 May 1785
On dorse:- Receipt for certain deeds.
John Gotobed to Mrs. Ann Garstin.
2 June 1786

[no title]  107/1119  5 July 1785

Contents:
Letter of introduction for Mrs. Garstin to Mrs. Thomas of 21 Marlborough Street, Dublin.

[no title]  107/1120  27 January 1787

Contents:
Draft letter from Mrs. Ann Garstin in Ireland, to her brother at Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire, concerning her "cruel treatment" at Whitehall, and other matters.

[no title]  107/1121  5 May 1780-18 August 1787

Contents:
Letters from Mrs. Ann Garstin of Whitehall, London, to Mrs. Cordelia Ann Colborne, her step-daughter (Mrs. C. A. Bargus from 1 February 1787)
(Eleven letters)

[no title]  107/1122  25 February 1802

Contents:
Bill of exchange for £20 payable to Mrs. A. Brown.

[no title]  107/1123  30 June 1802

Contents:
Bill of exchange for £155 3s 1d, payable to Mrs. Ann Garstin.

Winding-up of Estate of Mrs. Ann Garstin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1124  10 October 1805

Contents:
Copy of general quitclaim and discharge upon payment of legacy of £200 charged upon the proceeds of the sale of a messuage and shop in the Market Place, Newark, Nottinghamshire, under the will of Ann Garstin of Newark, widow, deceased.
John Barton, nephew of the deceased, of the Hay Market, Middlesex, gun-maker, to Rev. Thomas Bargus of Barkway, Hertfordshire, and Rev. John Scott of Honnington, Lincolnshire.

[no title]  107/1125  20 October 1805

Contents:
Case and opinion of Charles Butler concerning the responsibility for making out a good title to property in Newark on Trent under the will of Ann Garstin, etc.

[no title]  107/1126  30 October 1805

Contents:
Request by Robert Horne and Ann, his wife, to Rev. Thomas Bargus and Rev. John Scott, to invest £300 on their behalf in 5% Navy Fund or Stock.

[no title]  107/1127  31 October 1805

Contents:
Copy of general quitclaim and discharge upon the payment of a legacy of £300 in trust, charged upon the proceeds of a sale (as in 107/1124).
Robert Horne of Marsham Street, Westminster, Middlesex, gentleman, and Ann, his wife, niece of the deceased, to Rev. Thomas Bargus and Rev. John Scott.

[no title]  107/1128  31 October 1805

Contents:
Notice from Henry Hole & Co. of London to Rev. Thomas Bargus of the purchase of £333 6s 8d Navy 5% Stock on his account.

[no title]  107/1129  2 September 1805-4 May 1808

Contents:
Correspondence between John Fawler of the Pipe Office, Somerset Place, Strand, a trustee under the will of the late Mrs. Ann Garstin, and Rev. Thomas Bargus of Barkway, Hertfordshire, concerning the settlement of the estate.
(Twelve letters)

[no title]  107/1130  4 May 1808

Contents:
Copy of letter from Rev. Thomas Bargus to Rev. Duke Yonge concerning the settlement of the Santry estate under the will of Ann Garstin.

[no title]  107/1131  15 April-2 June 1808

Contents:
Correspondence between William McAuley of Dublin and Rev. Thomas Bargus concerning the settlement of the estate of Mrs. Ann Garstin.
(Five letters)

[no title]  107/1132  No date (19th century)

Contents:
Notes by Cordelia Garstin about the history of the Garstin family, with a family tree, etc.

[no title]  107/1133  (19th Century)

Contents:
Notes about the papers of the Garstin family and the descent of various members of the family.
(Eight papers)

[no title]  107/1134  5 July 1854

Contents:
Envelope addressed to Rev. John Yonge, marked "Mr. Garstin's will: letters about, etc., Delia Garstin".

[no title]  107/1135  24 December 1855-10 January 1856

Contents:
Letters from William Harris of Lincoln's Inn, London, to Rev. John Yonge concerning the will of Althea Garstin, including an abstract of the will.
(Three letters)

[no title]  107/1136  12 July 1856 and 21 June 1862

Contents:
Letters from William Garstin of Dublin to his cousin (Rev. John Yonge?) concerning property at King Street, Dublin, and the Garstin family.
(Two letters)

[no title]  107/1137  1853-1863

Contents:
Letters from Cordelia Garstin to Mrs. Yonge of Puslinch concerning the property at Dublin, etc.
(Four letters)

[no title]  107/1138  25 February-10 March 1875

Contents:
Letters from Robert Stephens of Messrs. Stephens, Prance and Jago, solicitors, Plymouth, to Rev. Duke Yonge, concerning the relationship of Lord Seaton to Ann Garstin, and property in Dublin which came under her will to the children of Lord Seaton and of Cordelia Anne Yonge, his sister.
(Two letters)

[no title]  107/1139  29 September and 2 October 1877

Contents:
Letter from John R. Garstin of Greenhill, Killiney, Dublin, to Rev. Duke Yonge asking him to preserve the papers of the Garstin family in his possession; and draft reply of Rev. D. Yonge.

TRUSTEESHIP DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Kelly Family  [no ref. or date]


Related information: PWDRO 107/1071

[no title]  107/1140  21 October 1730

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 31 years, in discharge of mortgage, of the Long Meadow, between Glassnevin Land and Druncondrah Bridge; Four Acre Park, adjoining the road; two inclosures adjoining, called the Plowd Ground; park adjoining the Garlick Meadow, called Oat Park; 33 acres in all, part of the town and lands of Drishoge in the parish of Clonturk, Co. Dublin.
William Brickenden of Dublin, gentleman, Alexander Kelly and Mary Kelly or Pollock, his wife, executrix of John Pollock of Dublin, innholder, George Reske of the same, stationer, and Alexander Montgomery of the same, merchant, trustees under the will of John Pollock, at request of Francis Humphreys, husband of Jane Humphreys or Pollock, daughter of John Pollock, and Robert Johnson, husband of Mary Johnson or Humphreys, grand-daughter of John Pollock, to James Coghill, Esq., Doctor of Laws.
Release of messuage in Oxmantown, Dublin, late called Black Moor's Head, in Church Street, with four new brick houses built thereon.
William Brickenden to George Reske and Alexander Montgomery.
Consideration: £140 to William Brickenden, mortgagee.
£30 to Alexander Kelly and Mary, his wife, George Reske and Alexander Montgomery, mortgagors.

[no title]  107/1141  25 April 1737

Contents:
Assignment of lease of piece of ground called the Brickfield in the parish of Clonturk, barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin, adjoining Thomas Allen's holding on the north, the field of Mary Pollock and Mr. Murphy's holding on south, the road from Ballybogh Bridge to Church of Clonturk on south, and the field of Sir Ralph Gore on west, 11a.3r.16p.
Alexander Kelly of Dublin, innholder, husband of the late Mary Kelly, formerly widow and executrix of John Pollock of Dublin, innholder, to George Riske of Dublin, stationer, and Alexander Montgomery of the same, merchant, reversionary legatees under the will of John Pollock.
Power of attorney to the same to recover the rent due from Francis Enraght, gentleman.
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  107/1142  30 March 1743/4

Contents:
Power of attorney to administer his affairs.
Moses Kelly of Dublin, merchant, to Catherine Kelly or Farrell, his wife.

[no title]  107/1143  14 April 1745

Contents:
Appointment as Quarter Master to the troop commanded by William Higginson, Esq. in his Regiment of Dragoons.
Sir Robert Rich, Baronet, Lieutenant General, and Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, to Moses Kelly, gentleman.

[no title]  107/1144  1 July 1745

Contents:
Appointment as Second Cornet in a troop of the Regiment of Dragoons, commanded by Lieutenant General, Sir Robert Rich.
William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, etc., Commander in Chief of the Allied Army, to Moses Kelly, gentleman.
At the camp of Diligen

[no title or date]  107/1145

Contents:
Certificate of burial of Moses Kelly, gentleman, Cornet of Dragoons, of Dublin, on 19 October 1749 at Neston.

[no title]  107/1146  30 November 1749

Contents:
Declaration by Daniel Kelly, Laetitia Harrison and Alethea Garstin, that they were present at the marriage of Catherine Kelly or Ferrall and Moses Kelly, late Cornet in Sir Robert Rich's Regiment of Dragoons, on 2 July 1734, and that they afterwards lived together, except when he was abroad with his regiment.

[no title]  107/1147  27 January 1749/50

Contents:
Declaration by the Minister and Churchwardens of St. Michan's, Dublin, that Moses Kelly, late of that parish, merchant, and Catherine Farrell, daughter of Robert Farrell of the same, brewer, were married on 2 July 1734, and that they lived together until 1744, when he joined the army.

[no title]  107/1148  12 February 1760

Contents:
Power of attorney to receive his pay, etc. from the Officers and Commissioners of H.M. Navy.
Oliver Kelly, First Lieutenant of 116 Company of the Marines at Portsmouth, to John Garstin, one of H. M. Messengers.

[no title]  107/1149  27 October 1760

Contents:
Appointment as First Lieutenant in 116th Company of Marines.
King George III to Oliver Kelly, gentleman.

[no title]  107/1150  26 April-22 November 1765

Contents:
Receipts and demand notes for sums totalling £131 10s, being the principal, interest and costs due to James Allwright on account of Lieutenant Oliver Kelly, deceased.
James Allwright and William Underwood, his attorney, to John Garstin.

Marriage of Thomas Fortescue and Ann Garstin  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1151  5 April 1766

Contents:
Case and opinion of Theobald Wolfe concerning the proposed payment by John Garstin of two thirds of £500 and interest to the representatives of Chichester and Ann Fortescue, in respect of their parents marriage settlement.

[no title]  107/1152  5 April 1766

Contents:
Receipt for £596 14s, being two thirds of the balance of settlement of £1500 made by John Garstin, Esq. on the marriage of Ann, his daughter, to Thomas Fortescue of Dromisken, Co. Louth, Esq., now deceased.
Rt. Hon. Garret, Earl of Mornington, and Chichester Bolton, Esq., executors of Chichester Fortescue, son of Thomas Fortescue, (who was executor and devisee of Ann Fortescue, his sister), and Thomas Fortescue, eldest son of Chichester Fortescue, to John Garstin, Esq., son of James Garstin, Esq., who was eldest son of the said John Garstin.

[no title]  107/1153  5 April 1766

Contents:
Receipt for £131 15s for a bond debt, paid by Chichester Fortescue, Esq.
Lord Mornington, Chichester Bolton and Thomas Fortescue to John Garstin, Esq.

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  107/1154  17 September 1675

Contents:
Order by John Clayton to the Constables of Wrightington and Parbold to collect £5 2s 10d in their divisions, towards the sum of £989 9s which is to be raised in Lancashire for building a new stone bridge over the Ribble at Salesbury Ford in Blackburn Hundred.

[no title]  107/1155  17 & 18 June 1698

Contents:
Perpetual lease: lease and release of town and lands of Acclint, and whole town and lands of Mullaghbane, 90 acres profitable land, plantation measure, in the barony of Atherdee, Co. Louth; lands of Biggsnewrath, 47 acres, 1 rood, and lands of Keyron, 64 acres, 1 rood, of profitable land, plantation measure, according to the Downe Survey, in the Barony of Slane, Co. Meath.
Rt. Hon. Godart, Earl of Athlone, to Timothy Armitage of Atherdee, Co. Louth, Esq.
Consideration: £257 and rent reserved.
Rent: £14 p.a., and 12d per pound, Receiver's Fees.

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