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.