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Reference 69
Covering dates 13th/14th Centuries - 1955
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 18 Sub-sub fonds
Creators Pleydell estate, Devon; Morley estate, Devon

Contents:
Pleydell Estate Papers
Wills and settlements
Leases
England: Dorset
Middlesex
Somerset
Ireland
Legal case papers
Estate management
Estate bundles - Ireland
Estate bundles - England
Accounts
Mineral exploitation
Agent's papers
Public Undertakings
Plans
Family and personal papers
Miscellaneous
Morley Estate Papers
Manorial records
Hundred of Coleridge
Title deeds
Devon manors
Cornwall manors
Lincolnshire manors
Somerset manors
Devon parishes
Cornwall parishes
Devon and Cornwall parishes
Somerset parishes
Lancaster, Duchy of
Multiple properties
Unidentified
Wills and settlements
Leases
Devon manors
Somerset manors
Devon parishes
Middlesex: non-manorial
Somerset: non-manorial
Legal case papers
Estate management
Schedules of documents
Estate bundles
Surveys and valuations
Tenancies
Accounts
Sale and purchase of properties
Mineral exploitation
Plym Fishery and Oysterage
Cattewater Harbour
Hundred of Coleridge
Public undertakings
Laira Bridge
Roads
Railways
Ferrys
Boundaries
Farms
Tithe Administartion
Maps, Plans and drawings
Major estate improvements
Blaxton Embankment
Chelson Embankment
Household records
Business Records
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company
Family and personal papers
Printed and pictorial material
Miscellaneous
One box of material, mainly deeds, too fragile to be listed.
Conveyance dated 26 June 1589 between 1) Charles Grylls of Colehanger, gent., and 2) Nicholas Wyll of Plympton St Mary, husbandman and Agnes his wife
Letters Patent, dated 1590/1
Grant, dated 1601/2 1) John Woode 2) [?] re Lands in Plympton St Mary
Licence of Alienation dated 20 July 1616 between 1) Sir Edmund Seymour, knight, and Baronet 2) Edmund Parker
Exemplification dated 17 January 1620 re Woodhall, Exbourne, Devon
Final Concord dated 1631. 1) William Crickford 2) [?] Tomlyns, gent, and Ursula, his wife, and Mary [Trelawney], widow
Lease dated 1633 between 1) Edmund Parker and 2) Roger Bluett the younger
Grant dated 30 October 1661 between 1) Julyan Hole and 2) Christopher Lethbridge re lands in North Tawton
Deed of Redemption dated 1663 between 1) Christopher Lethbridge and 2) John Hole re lands at Halse, North Tawton
Bargain and Sale dated 9 May 1664 between 1) Daniel and Joan Watts and 2) Henry Clarke re lands in Plympton St Mary
Release dated 3 February 1668/9 between 1) Sir Edward Hungerford and Giles Hungerford, 2) Simon Hele and 3) William Elford re Merafield and Blaxton, Plympton St Mary
Letters Patent, Charles II
Copy of court roll, 1693
Late 17th cent Quietus. Properties in Devon
Lease and Release dated 3 August 1774 between 1) Robert Paddington and 2) Edward Luscombe re tenement in Underwood, Plympton St Mary
Mortgage for £3000 dated 19 July 1777 between 1) John Parker and 2) Sir Joshua Reynolds re houses in Sackville Street, Middx
Lease and Release dated 27 January 1785/6 between Edward Luscombe and William [?] re lands in Plympton St Mary
Grant dated 29 January 1820 between 1) Benjamin Rowe and 2) Lord Morley
Fragment of deed



Pleydell Estate Papers  [no ref. or date]

WILLS AND SETTLEMENTS - Immediate Pleydell Family  [no ref. or date]

WILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/1/1  10 June 1797

Contents:
Attested copy of the will of J M Pleydell, esq

SETTLEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/1/2  27 August 1760

Contents:
Marriage Settlement: Assignment and Covenant
1) Elizabeth Jackson of Southgate, Middlesex, spinster
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Whatcombe, Dorset, esq
3) Henry Shiffner of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middlesex, esq, and Stephen Peter Godin of Southgate, Middlesex, esq
Mansion house and out-buildings in Shittenton, Bere Regis, Dorset
Covenant of 2) to bequeath his household goods, furniture etc which shall be in or about the Mansion house or his other dwelling place to 1)
Consideration: 5s
Term: residue term of 99 years

[no title]  69/P/1/3  27 August 1760

Contents:
Agreement
1) Elizabeth Jackson of Southgate, Middx, spinster
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell
That should she survive 2) she will lease the jointure lands in Ireland to such person(s) as shall be entitled to the premises expectant on her death for the reserved yearly rent of £700

[no title]  69/P/1/4  16 June 1787

Contents:
Deed of Appointment
1) Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder, late of Great Britain but now of Rochestown, Dublin, esq, and Elizabeth Pleydell otherwise Jackson, his wife
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell, eldest son and heir of 1)
3) William Willoughby, Lord Viscount Enniskillen, and Daniel Falkiner of Abbotstown, Dublin, esq
4) James Hamilton of Sheephill, Dublin, esq, and Tankerville Chamberlain of Dublin, esq, Barrister-At-Law
5) Edmond Morton Pleydell of Milbourne St Andrew, Dorset, esq, and Henry Shiffner of Pontrilas, Hereford, esq
Manor of Doobally in the barony of Tullyhaw, County Cavan, and messuages called Aghavillys, Towlaght, Tullyanough, Drummaney, Rahahan, Gortachor, Clinticoo, Killinaher and Cornedarragh in Drumlane, County Cavan
Also all the messuages and premises held by 1) under lease from the Vicars Choral of Saint Patricks, Dublin, in the parish of Screen, County Meath; all other leasehold houses and premises in Dublin held by 1) under lease from The Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick, Dublin
Consideration: Marriage settlement of 1), and in order to better secure Elizabeth Pleydell's jointure of £700
Term: After the death of Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder, (should his wife survive him)

[no title]  69/P/1/5  31 July 1787

Contents:
Deed of Appointment
1) Jonathan Morton Pleydell the younger
2) Elizabeth Pleydell and her assigns
Supplemental to 69/P/1/4
All lands in County Meath and in Dublin that Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder holds by lease under the Vicars Choral of St Patricks, Dublin

WILLS AND SETTLEMENTS OUTSIDE THE IMMEDIATE PLEYDELL FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

WILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/1/6  1749

Contents:
Double grant of probate of the estate of John Jackson late of Fort St Davids in the East Indies to William Dunster esq, one of the executors, and to Philip Jackson, another of the executors
With copy of will and codicils annexed

SETTLEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/1/7  13 August 1790

Contents:
Acknowledgement
1) Mary Tippetts of New Mills, Dursley, Gloucester, spinster
2) William Prockter Thomas of Wellington, Somerset, gent., and Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton, Somerset, esq
Acknowledges receipt of the sum of £2669/18/3½ and £7/2/1½ being her share of a legacy bequeathed by Frances Harford late of St Michael, Bath, spinster

[no title]  69/P/1/8  5 October 1767

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1) Richard Harford of Bath, Somerset, esq
2) Ann Harford of Wood Street, Walcot, Bath, spinster (niece of 1)), and Thomas Tippetts of New Mills, Dursley, Gloucester, clothier
3) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Bathford, Somerset, esq, and William Wiltshire of Princes Buildings, Walcot, Bath, esq
£2000 to be paid within 1 month of the death of 1)
Consideration: natural love and affection

[no title]  69/P/1/9  7 October 1772

Contents:
Bond
1) Thomas Tippetts of New Mills, Dursley, Gloucester, clothier
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell esq, and William Wiltshire esq, both of Walcot, Bath
Penal sum: £4000
Condition: payment of sum of £2000 (being the trust moneys described in an indenture of 5 October 1767) at/upon 7 October 1773
7 October
Endorsed with Thomas Tippett's receipt

[no title]  69/P/1/10  29 December 1788

Contents:
Receipt issued by W J Thomas for delivery of a bond dated 7 October 1772 which will now be sent in a post letter to John Gunston esq, of Edgar Buildings, Bath

[no title]  69/P/1/11  11 March 1785

Contents:
Indemnity
1) John Newcombe of the Middle Temple, London, esq
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset, esq
Against legal action by 1) to attempt to claim £675 stock (Harriet Pleydell's 1/4th part share in £2700 stock) from 2) or the marriage settlement's trustees
Also agreement of 1) to assist in transfer of the stock to 2)
Consideration: Intended marriage of Harriet Pleydell and 1)

[no title]  69/P/1/12  15 March 1785

Contents:
Marriage Settlement: Articles of Agreement
1) Robert Lydston Newcombe of St David, Exeter, esq
2) John Newcombe of the Middle Temple, London, esq
3) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset, esq
4) Edmund Morton Pleydell the younger, of Pamphill, Dorset, esq, and Richard Inglett Fortescue of Dawlish, esq
5) Harriet Pleydell, one of the daughters of 3)
For settlement of a marriage portion of £2000 capital stock for Harriet Pleydell
[With attested copy]

[no title]  69/P/1/13  18 March 1785

Contents:
Marriage Settlement: Agreement
1) John Newcombe of the Temple, Middlesex, esq
2) Harriet Pleydell, spinster, daughter of Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset, esq
3) The said Jonathan Morton Pleydell, and William Prockter Thomas of Wellington, Somerset, gents.
For purchase of stock to create an annual income of £300 for Harriet Pleydell (payable after her husband's death)
Consideration: The intended marriage and the marriage portion of 2)
Penal sum for non-performance of Agreement: £2000

[no title]  69/P/1/14  6 April 1791

Contents:
Agreement
1) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton, Somerset, esq, and William Wiltshire of New Mills, Dursley, Gloucester, esq
2) Said William Wiltshire, Goodson Vines, esq, and Isaac Austin, esq, both of Wotton-under-Edge (assignees of estate and effects of Thomas Tippetts of New Mills, Dursley, Gloucester, bankrupt)
For disposal of trust fund established by a marriage settlement of 5 October 1767

[no title]  69/P/1/15  1816-1832

Contents:
Correspondence addressed to John Newcombe concerning administration of the capital stock that made up the marriage portion of his wife, Harriet

BONDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/1/16  10 October 1793

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
1) Edward Turton of Jesus College, University of Cambridge, esq
2) Sophia Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset, spinster
Penal sum: £800
Condition: to indemnify against action concerning bond of 7 September 1793 between 2) and Sir William Yea

LEASES  [no ref. or date]

ENGLAND: DORSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/2/1  15 May 1746

Contents:
Lease in Reversion
1) Edmund Morton Pleydell of Milbourne St Andrew, Dorset, esq
2) Nevil Morton Pleydell of Shittenton, Beer Regis, Dorset, esq, and Richard Bingham of Bingham Melcombe, Dorset, esq
Mansion house and out-buildings in Shittenton, Dorset
Manor of Shittenton
Term: 99 years determinable on the life of Jonathan Morton Pleydell, commencing after the expiration of a lease dated 3 August 1732
Rent: 1d if demanded, to commence on the death of Nevil Morton Pleydell and Betty his wife
Also manorial dues
Consideration: performance of trusts, natural love and affection and sum of 5s

[no title]  69/P/2/2  29 July 1760

Contents:
Lease in Reversion
1) Edmund Morton Pleydell of Milbourne St Andrew, Dorset, esq
2) Elizabeth Jackson of Southgate, Middx, spinster Mansion house and out-buildings in Shittenton, Beer Regis, Dorset
Manor of Shittenton
Consideration: 10s
Term: 99 years determinable on the life of 2), commencing after the expiration of a lease dated 3 August 1732
Rent: 2s per annum

ENGLAND: [MIDDLESEX] MANOR OF HESTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/2/3  1746

Contents:
Copy of court roll for reversion: manor of Heston
1) Edmund Morton Pleydell the younger, esq, and Jonathan Morton Pleydell, esq, his brother
West part of a house, common use of a passage and a barn and garden belonging to the same
Also three pieces of meadow called the Piles, a piece of arable called Higher Piles and the Bullocks Well
All being in Austy in the parish of Heston and now in the possession of Richard Candy Butcher
Term: For lives or for the longest liver
Rent: 5/2d per annum and manorial dues
Entry fine: £75

ENGLAND: SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/2/4  1 March 1784

Contents:
Covenant
1) Benjamin Hammet of London, banker
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Teignmouth, esq
For letting of Wilton House, Wilton and Taunton St Mary Magdalene, Somerset
Term: 21 years from 25 December 1783
Rent: £60 per annum

IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/2/5  1796

two copies

Contents:
Lease for lives
1) Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset, esq
2) Francis Fawcett of Mullyard, County Fermanagh, gent.
Town and lands of Rue and the Rock of Mineisk in the manor of Doobally, County Cavan
Term: From 1 May 1796 for three lives
Rent: £37 per annum with 1s per pound of reserved rent for Receivers' fees
[not executed]

[no title]  69/P/2/6  24 October 1799

Contents:
Lease
1) Elizabeth Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset
2) James Reilly of Drumlane, County Cavan, farmer
Part of the lands of Aughaville, Drumlane, County Cavan
With agreement to permit Edward Lynan to cut turf
Term: From 1 May 1799 for 25 years or for the life of James Reilly, whichever is longer
Rent: £37 per annum

[no title]  69/P/2/7  24 October 1799

Contents:
Lease
1) Elizabeth Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset
2) Edward Lynan of Drumlane, County Cavan, farmer
Part of the lands of Aughaville, Drumlane, County Cavan
With agreement to permit 2) to cut turf on land leased by James Reilly
Term: From 1 May 1799 for 25 years or for the life of Edward Lynan Reilly, whichever is longer
Rent: £13 per annum

LEGAL CASE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/3/1  1760-1838

Contents:
Cases and opinions: articles of agreement on the marriage of J M Pleydell and Miss Jackson; sale of the Irish estates; correspondence re legal opinions; difficulties over effecting the sale; proposed mortgage of the estates; lease of lands in Dublin; bequests in the will of Miss Elizabeth Pleydell; fine levied by Mrs Dickins; claims to title of the estates

[no title]  69/P/3/2  1786-1788

Contents:
Papers concerning the case John Graham v Jonathan Moreton Pleydell concerning lands in Thorntown: surrender, lands in Thorntown; account of sum decreed to be paid for renewal of the lease under the Vicars Choral and under the Dean and Chapter; bond for arbitration; release from further actions; receipt for £339/6/6; legal bill; accounts; draft of award of the aforementioned premises; part of a draft decree; bill of costs between the two parties; notes on tenants in the above properties and terms of their tenancies

[no title]  69/P/3/3  1792-1819, 1845

Contents:
Papers relating to the case Pleydell v Hassard and a dispute re mortgage payments: correspondence re a dispute over payment of a mortgage on the estates; copy of a lease to Jason Hassard of lands in the manor of Doobally; William Nixon's affidavit; receipts for payments of interest; bills and receipts for legal expenses; account of the sale of lands in County Cavan to pay off encumbrances; answers of Jason Hassard to the bill of complaint of Elizabeth Pleydell; legal opinions; copies of Bill of Revivor; instructions for court; Miss Pleydell's accounts; plaintiff's case; total debts and interest due from Mr Hassard to Miss Pleydell

[no title]  69/P/3/4  1818-1828

Contents:
Papers re dispute over possession of stock, part of the trust money of Mr Pleydell's marriage settlement: correspondence between E M Pleydell and Miss Elizabeth Pleydell; correspondence re attempts to trace the baptism and marriage records of Miss Pleydell's family; correspondence concerning attempts to trace the surviving trustees of the marriage settlement; certificate of payment of interest on the stock; correspondence and receipt re sale of the stock

[no title]  69/P/3/5  1825-1828

Contents:
Correspondence addressed to John Dickins of Exeter; extract from will of E M Pleydell, 1754; legal correspondence and opinions concerning the levying of a fine by Mr Dickins for lands in Doobally; correspondence concerning a survey of the Cavan estates by Mr R Ham; bills and receipts for fees re the fine

ESTATE MANAGEMENT  [no ref. or date]

ESTATE BUNDLES - IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/1  [1767]-1825

Contents:
Estate papers: correspondence concerning tenancies and rent collection; rough rentals; papers relating to mortgages and bonds; bills and receipts; correspondence concerning Miss Pleydell's sale of lands in Ireland; conditions of sale; personal correspondence to Eliza Pleydell from George Shiffner

[no title]  69/P/4/2  1787-1834

Contents:
Estate correspondence: Godfrey James's bill of costs for various legal works; receipts; registration of 1794 deed of revocation in Ireland; collection of rents; valuation of estates; Mr Bradfield's remittance; mortgage entered into with Mr Champante; bills and receipts for obtaining probate on the will of Jonathan Morton Pleydell; copy of an Act to amend Three Acts passed respectively in the Fourth, Fifth, and in the Seventh and Eight Years of the Reign of His Late Majesty King George the fourth, providing for the establishing of Compositions for Tithes in Ireland, and to make such Compositions permanent (1832); work on the manor pound of Doobally; list of farms on the Doobally estate in Killinagh, with amount of tithes payable

[no title]  69/P/4/3  1787-1834

Contents:
Estate papers: Godfrey James's bill of costs; copy of a fine for lands in the manor of Doobally; memorandum concerning conduct of estate affairs; correspondence concerning rents; map of part of the Doobally estate; copy of a gift of lands in Killinagh; case and opinion re Hassard's cutting of timber; memorandum re lease to Maguire; copy of E M Pleydell's renunciation of the executorship of Miss Pleydell's will; copy power of attorney made out to James Fawcett; personal letter from Mrs Kingslake mentioning rent abatement

[no title]  69/P/4/4  1789-1824

Contents:
Estate papers: calculation of rents collected; Godfrey James's bill of costs; acknowledgement of receipt of legacy; list of arrears of Doobally; account of disbursements made; state of accounts; receipts; bills; list of votes in Drumlane and Doobally; abstract of presentments obtained in County Cavan for making and repairing roads through Miss Pleydell's estates; personal letter from Mr Newcombe; correspondence concerning disposal of the furniture at Wilton House and renting of no 3 The Crescent, Taunton; correspondence concerning payment of an annuity

[no title]  69/P/4/5  1791-1834

Contents:
Estate correspondence: memorandum re collieries; receipts; correspondence, case and opinions re payment of tithes; disposal of furniture and care of Wilton House; list of deeds and papers to go with the Irish estates; letter of complaint from tenant; Mr Hassard's cutting of timber; dispute with Dean and Chapter re dilapidation of houses in Dublin; Mr Hassard's shooting of grouse; dispute over payment of mortgage money; list of plate at Wilton House belonging to Miss Pleydell; receipt for title deeds and notes re; copy of lease of Tullynerin; copy of a power of attorney made out to Jason Hassard; sketch of Doobally

[no title]  69/P/4/6  1794, 1800-1810

Contents:
Estate papers: release and indemnity from payment of seven hundred pounds on execution of a lease and release of lands in Charlton Mackrell, Charlton Adam and East Charlton in Somerset; correspondence with Lord Enniskillen re dispute between the Cassidys and Magnesans and payment of tithes; letter from William Nixon re earl Enniskillen's visit to her estates and re payments of tithes

[no title]  69/P/4/7  1796-1815

Contents:
Estate correspondence from Robert Shenton re properties in Dublin: collection of rents; accounts; note on leases of property; retirement of Mr Sherman and appointment of Sir John Macartney; correspondence from Godfrey James re Miss Pleydell's title to the property; power of attorney made out to John Johnston; renewal of leases from the Vicars Choral; receipts; possible sale of properties to tenants; rental, 1806; note of papers delivered to Mr Fawcett, 1809; bills; acknowledgment of receipt of leases; registry office search

[no title]  69/P/4/8  1796-1828

Contents:
Estate correspondence: promise to obtain a position for Mr Nixon's son in the East India Company; petitions from tenants re rent arrears, conflict over possession of lands, alleged damage to properties etc; bills and receipts; survey of Mineash

[no title]  69/P/4/9  1801-1824

Contents:
Estate papers relating to setting of rents: complaints of tenants; agreements to rent; calculations for mortgage payments; valuation of farms; orders to take possession; notes re rents and increases; collection of rents; request for patronage; survey of Miss Pleydell's farms in the manor of Doobally

[no title]  69/P/4/10  1810-1825

Contents:
Estate correspondence: charges made by Miss Pleydell against the representatives of the late Mr Hassard and Mr Sneyd's conduct; valuation of Straghanough and Fullentanty and Stranagap farms; lives remaining on the farms in County Cavan; notes on farms on which notices of surrender are to be served

[no title]  69/P/4/11  1811

Contents:
Estate correspondence: dispute with the Hassard family; Mr Sneyd's award - bail bond for; auditing of rent accounts; collection of rents; complaints by tenants; construction of roads; Mr Kingslake's opinion on Sneyd's award

[no title]  69/P/4/12  1813-1814

Contents:
Estate correspondence re payment of Mr Fawcett's bill of costs

[no title]  69/P/4/13  1818

Contents:
Papers re complaints from tenants: petitions from tenants; affidavits for the dispute between Thomas Maguire and Francis Early; petitions from Messrs Magauran, Maguire and Darby, McGamas and Co-partners; letter from William Nixon re earl Enniskillen's handling of the affair; copies of letters from Miss Pleydell to Mr Fawcett and Mr Magauran

[no title]  69/P/4/14  1821-1831

Contents:
Estate correspondence: from Mr Fawcett re collection of rent and the various problems with tenancies; from Mr Ham re Fawcett's administration of the estates; notes on proposed rents; notes on leases for lives

[no title]  69/P/4/15  1828-1849

Contents:
Estate correspondence: copies of letters from James Fawcett to Mr Ham re condition of estates; bond for Fawcett's carrying out of his duties as agent to Mr and Mrs Dickins (with copy), 1832; correspondence and petitions from tenants re difficulties in paying rents; correspondence from Johnston and Fawcett re payment of rents

[no title]  69/P/4/16  1830-1831

Contents:
Estate correspondence: from Mr Ham concerning a map of leasehold properties and his bill; from Hugh Maswell requesting support in the Parliamentary elections; from Mr Nixon offering services as land agent, with reply; from Miss Peat, Miss M Jewell concerning latter's search for a situation; from Lord Enniskillen re tenants complaints; from tenant requesting redress of grievances

[no title]  69/P/4/17  nd

Contents:
Not used

[no title]  69/P/4/18  1833, 1843-1850

Contents:
Estate correspondence from Johnston and Fawcett: annual accounts of rent; tenancy business; notices from the Enniskillen Railway re construction of a railway on land in Killinagh; collection of rents; correspondence from the vicar of Killinagh requesting donations to relieve the poor; extent of famine in Ireland; Dickins v Murray concerning lease with the Vicars Choral of Christ Church; correspondence from George Franks proposing to purchase an interest in property in Dublin; letters and petitions from tenants; threatening letter re Pat Magearty's free land

[no title]  69/P/4/19  1842-1843

Contents:
Estate correspondence from Messrs Johnston and Fawcett: collection of rents; disposal of game on the Doobally estate; accounts of rent due 1st November 1842; copy of account for poor rates 1840-2

[no title]  69/P/4/20  1867-1880

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; granting of tenancies; serving of notices to quit; construction of roads; reports on condition of farms; rent arrears; disputes between tenants; petitions mainly requesting rent reductions; erection of a bridge across the Shannon; building of a Market House; compensation for construction of the railway; political difficulties in Ireland; crop failure; refusal to pay rents

[no title]  69/P/4/21  1874-1879

Contents:
Estate correspondence relating to the railway from Enniskillen to Sligo; railway construction; request for subscription for Bill of parliament; agreement of tenants; compensation for tenants; valuation of lands; notice of guarantee

[no title]  69/P/4/22  1881-1883

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; requests for patronage; notice to tenantry re rent arrears; refusal to pay rents; correspondence from John Newcombe Stevenson; list of tenants against whom court action has been taken

[no title]  69/P/4/23  1884-1886

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; request for subscription to school; affidavits; fixing of rents by the Land Commissioners Court; newscutting re dispute over poaching; game notices; proposed sale of estates to tenants; calculations re sale of estates; ejections; notices of cost of ejections and of ordinary civil bills; refusal to pay rents

[no title]  69/P/4/24  1887-1888

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; fixing of rents by the Land Commissioners Court; proposed sale of estates to tenants; calculations re sale of estates; ejections; notices of cost of ejections and of ordinary civil bills; refusal to pay rents

[no title]  69/P/4/25  1889-1890

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; fixing of rents by the Land Commissioners Court; construction of railway line from Thornhill via Dowra to Carrick-on-Shannon; mineralogists report re railway; W Howe re coal and mineral deposits and state of the area; report of the Directors of the Argina Mining Company Ltd; record of rainfall in Dowra; fire insurance policy; list of those with potential to benefit from the new railroad/railway; petition against the stoppage in mining activities; refusal to pay rents; letters from John Newcombe Stevenson

[no title]  69/P/4/26  1891

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; fixing of rents by the Land Commissioners Court; petitions from tenants; W Howe's search for coal and accounts; construction of railway to Dowra; disputes between tenants; Report of the Directors of the Argina Mining Company; mail car; evictions; letters from John Newcombe Stevenson; copy of a notice advertising for labourers; copy of a notice advertising Doobally coal; shooting of game

[no title]  69/P/4/27  1892-1893

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; working of coal; evictions; rents received; construction of light railway; Argina Mining Company; requests for patronage; letters from John Newcombe Stevenson; refusal to pay rents; game shooting

[no title]  69/P/4/28  1892-1894

Contents:
Estate papers relating to coal and minerals at Dowra: test results for coal and clay mined at Dowra; negotiations with W Purcell O'Neil for an agreement for a mining lease; building of a tramway to connect the mines with the Sligo railway; from William Gregory of the Monesk Mining Company re stoppage of works; collapse of the Monesk Mining Company; Mr Hilton's survey

[no title]  69/P/4/29  1894-1899

Contents:
Estate correspondence: accounts; disputes and petitions re rents and arrears; working of coal; evictions; rents received; construction of light railway; extract from The Physical Geology and Geography of Ireland by Edward Hull; income tax arrears; letters from tenants; subscription requests; sale of Doobally and Drumlane Estates

[no title]  69/P/4/30  1899-1903

Contents:
Correspondence to and from Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley concerning sale of the Doobally and Drumlane Estates in Ireland

ESTATE BUNDLES - ENGLAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/31  1808-1820

Contents:
Correspondence mainly re renting of no 3, The Crescent, Taunton and the sale of the furniture within: inventory of household goods and furniture at Wilton House; estimates for painting of the house in The Crescent; appointment of Mrs Winstone as administratrix of the estate of her sister; personal correspondence with Mrs Kingslake; dispute over possession of stock; dispute re the sale of furniture at the Crescent; furniture at Wilton House; evaluation of the household goods

[no title]  69/P/4/32  1818

Contents:
Correspondence mainly re renting of no 3, The Crescent Taunton; receipt; personal correspondence to Miss Pleydell from Mrs Kingslake; Mr Kingslake's advice re the administration for Winstone; account for letting of the house

[no title]  69/P/4/33  1820

Contents:
Papers re sale of furniture in the house in no 3, The Crescent, Taunton; personal correspondence between Miss Pleydell and Mr and Mrs Kingslake

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/34  1799-1800

Contents:
Estate accounts: rents received and due; arrears due; disbursements made

[no title]  69/P/4/35  1835-1841

Contents:
Annual accounts for rent due from the Irish estates; correspondence re the accounts

MINERAL EXPLOITATION  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/36  11 April 1788

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) William Willoughby, Lord Viscount Enniskillen, Jonathan Morton Pleydell, late of Great Britain, but now of Rochestown, Dublin, esq, and Jason Hassard of Garden Hill, Tremanagh, esq
2) Alexander Place of Dublin, linen draper
Search for coal, culm and other minerals in the manor and territory of Doobally, County Cavan
Salary: one guinea per day
Term: four months from 1 June 1788

[no title]  69/P/4/37  5 November 1788

Contents:
Lease
1) Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder, late of Great Britain, but now of Rochestown, Dublin, esq
2) William Willoughby, Lord Viscount Enniskillen, and Jason Hassard of Garden Hill, Tremanagh, esq
Sett to search for coal or other minerals in the manor or territory of Doobally, County Cavan
Term: 31 years
Dues: 2/6d in the pound or for the value of every 20s worth of coal/other minerals

[no title]  69/P/4/38  5 November 1788

Contents:
Deed of Co-partnership
1) William Willoughby, Lord Viscount Enniskillen
2) Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder, late of Great Britain, but now of Rochestown, Dublin, esq
3) Jason Hassard of Garden Hill, Tremanagh, esq
For mining the manor and territory of Doobally in County Cavan for the term of 31 years
Agreed capital stock of 50 guineas

AGENTS' PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/39  26 June 1810

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
1) James Fawcett of Dublin, and Hugh McTeirnan of Mountallan, County Roscommon
2) Elizabeth Pleydell, Dublin, spinster
Penal sum: £1500
Condition: performance of James Fawcett's duties as attorney collecting rents in Ireland

[no title]  69/P/4/40  12 August 1836

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
1) Edmond Henry Casey of Ely Place, Dublin, William Johnston of Blackhall Street, Dublin, and James Fawcett of Strandhill, County Leitrim
2) John Dickins of Elmgrove, John Newcombe Stevenson of Alphington, and Mrs Harriet Parker otherwise Newcombe, of Whiteway, widow, all Devon
Penal sum: £1500
Condition: performance by William Johnston and James Fawcett of duties as land agents in Ireland

PUBLIC UNDERTAKINGS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/41  16 August 1875

Contents:
Bond
1) George Lane Fox of Bramham Park, York, John Thomas William, Lord Massy of The Hermitage, Limerick, Arthur Loftus Tottenham of Glenfarne Hall, County Leitrim, and Francis La Fouche of Dromohaire, County Leitrim
2) Sir Charles Henry Mills, baronet, MP, James Brand and William Steven of 69/P/4/20 Broad Street, London, Trustees of the Marine Insurance Company
Penal sum: £12000
Fulfilment of terms in an indenture of the same date made between the Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway Company of the 1st part, Arthur Loftus Tottenham and Francis La Touche of the second part and Sir Charles Henry Mills, baronet, MP James Brand and William Steven as Trustees aforesaid of the third part
With correspondence from A Loftus Tottenham to Lord Morley

PLANS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/4/42A  late 18th cent

Contents:
Sketch plan of manor of Doobally, County Cavan
Scale: 69½ British miles to a degree
Surveyor: R Ham, Taunton

[no title]  69/P/4/42B  late 18th cent

Contents:
Plans of an estate in Drumlane, County Cavan
Scale: one inch to four furlongs
Surveyor: R Ham Taunton

FAMILY AND PERSONAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/5/1  1821-1825

Contents:
Personal correspondence to Miss Pleydell from Mrs Kingslake

[no title]  69/P/5/2  1829

Contents:
Personal correspondence: proposals for publishing Excursions through Devonshire by F W L Stockdale with note from the author and receipt for purchase; correspondence from Mr Stockdale requesting payment of Miss Pleydell's subscription

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/5/3  1792-1820

Contents:
Papers re Miss Pleydell's bank account: promissory notes made out to Sir Benjamin Hammet, Jeffreis and Co; receipts; notes re payments; Miss Pleydell's account with Woodford, Buncombe (later Bagster) and Co, for 1817-1818; Miss Pleydell's cheque book for her account at the bank of Messrs Hammet, Woodforde and Buncombe, 1808-1815

[no title]  69/P/5/4  1817-1820, 1856

Contents:
Correspondence with Woodford, Buncombe and Co, bankers; Miss Pleydell's accounts for 1816; schedule of Pleydell family papers delivered to Mr Parker in 1856

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/P/6/1  4 March 1779

Contents:
Royal warrants for payment of John Durand for provisions delivered into the stores at Cork for use of the Irish Forces; enclosed is a Compteller's report on the delivery of the provisions

Morley Estate Papers  [no ref. or date]

MANORIAL RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF AVETON GIFFORD  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/1  1602-1603

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/2  1630

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/3  1593-1594

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/4  1592-1593

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/5  1547-1548

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/6  1558

Contents:
Court roll

MANOR OF BLAKEDON  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See multiple manors PWDRO 69/M/2/613-706

MANOR OF BORINGDON  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also multiple manors PWDRO 69/M/2/613-706

SURVEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/7  c1742

Contents:
Survey

MANOR OF BORINGTON AND COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also multiple manors PWDRO 69/M/2/613-706

LISTS OF TENANTS, RENTAL AND COURT ROLL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/8  1722

Contents:
Manor of Boringdon and Colebrook: list of tenants to assist at the harvest (also covers the manors of Plympton, Woodford, Compton Gifford and West Whitleigh, Plymouth); rental for the manor of Boringdon and Colebrook; court roll for the view of frankpledge and Court Baron of the manor of Boringdon and Colebrook.

MANOR OF COLLATON  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also multiple manors PWDRO 69/M/2/613-706

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/9  1472, 1473

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/10  1479, 1480

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/11  1505

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/12  1511, 1512

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/13  1512, 1513

Contents:
Court roll. With copy of court roll for the court held on the 25 November 1512

MANORS OF COLLATON AND KYRKEHAM  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also multiple manors PWDRO 69/M/2/613-706

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/14  1480

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/15  1513, 1514

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/16  1514, 1515

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/17  1518, 1519

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/18  1519

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/19  1520-1523

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/20  1521

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/21  1524

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/22  1526, 1527

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/23  1527-1528

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/24  1528/9

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/25  1535-1536

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/26  1539-1540

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/27  1540

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/28  1548-1549

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/29  1555-1556

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/30  1558-1559

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/31  1574-1575

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/32  1575-1576

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/33  1576

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/34  1578

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/35  1578-1579

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/36  1579-1580

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/37  1580-1581

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/38  1587

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/39  1589-1590

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/40  1590-1591

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/41  1592

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/42  1592-1593

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/43  1593-1594

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/44  1594-1595

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/45  1595-1596

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/46  1596-1597

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/47  1597-1598

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/48  1600-1601

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/49  1602

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/50  1604-1605

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/51  1606-1607

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/52  1607-1608

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/53  1609

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/54  1610

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/55  1613-1614

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/56  1614

Contents:
Court roll (part)

[no title]  69/M/1/57  1615-1616

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/58  1619

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/59  1621-1622

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/60  1622-1623

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/61  1622-1623

Contents:
Court roll

[no title]  69/M/1/62  1624-1625

Contents:
Court roll

COPY OF COURT ROLL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/63  21 October 1672

Contents:
Copy of court roll: reversionary admission of Walter Drew to a tenement in the manor of Collaton and Kyrkeham

MANOR OF COMPTON GIFFORD  [no ref. or date]

SURVEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/64  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Survey

MANOR OF HARBOURNEFORD  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/65  18 October 1812

Contents:
Presentments to the court baron

MANOR OF KYRKEHAM  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See manors of Collaton and Kyrkeham. Also multiple manors

MANORS OF LUDBROOK AND NORTH LUDBROOK  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/66  nd 15th cent

Contents:
Court roll

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/67  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Ludbrook

MANOR OF NORTH HARBOURNEFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/68  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Rental

MANOR OF PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/69  17th cent

Contents:
Copy of court roll: relating to the Hele family

[no title]  69/M/1/70  1721

Contents:
Copy of court roll:
Case re Andrew Hingston, Thomas Perryman gent., Peter Shall, tenants of George Parker. Messuage called Hardwick

LEGAL RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/71  nd [1720]

Contents:
Statement describing the division of Plympton manor by the settlement between Lord Carteret and Mr Wolstenholme. Includes query re settlement

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/72  1697

Contents:
Rental for year ending Michaelmas 1697

[no title]  69/M/1/73  17th cent

Contents:
Rental for the free demesne of the manor of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/1/74  1712-1752

Contents:
Rentals for Plympton manor: for the ¼ part of the manor of Plympton and other lands in Plympton St Mary, Shaugh, Plymstock and Egg Buckland, lately purchased from John, Lord Carteret and others by George Parker esquire, 1712; Sir Francis Vyvian's 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton, 1745; the late Mr Yeo's 1/8th part of the manor, nd; Richard Ogoyer's 1/8th part, 1752

[no title]  69/M/1/75  1761

Contents:
Rental

SURVEYS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/76  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Survey of lands in the manor of Plympton being the inheritance of George Yeo, gent.

[no title]  69/M/1/77  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Copy of a survey of Mr Yeo's eighth part of the manor of Plympton yet unsold

BOUNDARIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/78  1660

Contents:
Copy of a view of the bounds of Lee Moor

[no title]  69/M/1/79  3 September 1753

Contents:
View of the bounds of Lee Moor in the manor of Plympton. Taken by Roger Prideaux, Robert Palmer and John Cranch, gents, stewards and tenants of the said manor

[no title]  69/M/1/80  26 August 1778

Contents:
View of the bounds of Lee Moor in the manor of Plympton. Taken by Roger Prideaux and William Head, gents, stewards and tenants of the said manor

[no title]  69/M/1/81  8 October 1803

Contents:
View of the bounds of Lee Moor in the manor of Plympton. Taken by John Yolland, steward

ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/82  1905-1907

Contents:
Notice book requesting proof of the existence of lives named on manorial leases. Issued by the Manor Office, Plympton. [Mainly blank]. Enclosed are certificates of posting

COPIES OF COURT ROLL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/83  3rd October 1620/30

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Simon Hele, Sir Francis Vyvyan
Lands in Plympton Manor

[no title]  69/M/1/84  30 October [Charles I]

Contents:
Copy of court roll
Simon Hele, Anna Hele and others
Lands in Plympton Manor

[no title]  69/M/1/85  August [Charles I]

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Arthur and Thomas Hele
Merafield

[no title]  69/M/1/86  2 September 1689

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Andrew Hingston, Peter Shall and Thomas Perryman
¼ part of Jordan's Park and Jordan's meadow

[no title]  69/M/1/87  3 September 1689

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Andrew Hingston, Peter Shall and Thomas Perryman
¼ of Westwood

[no title]  69/M/1/88  3 September 1689

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Andrew Hingston, Peter Shall and Thomas Perryman
¼ of Westwood
Rudge Park

[no title]  69/M/1/89  3 September 1689

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Andrew Hingston, Peter Shall and Thomas Perryman
¼ of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/1/90  3 September 1689

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Andrew Hingston, Peter Shall and Thomas Perryman
Will Park

[no title]  69/M/1/91  [1690-4]

Contents:
Copy of court roll
1) Richard and John Waddon
¼ part of Buggesmead

MANOR AND BARTON OF POLSLOE  [no ref. or date]

SURVEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/92  [1697]

Contents:
Survey of the manor and barton of Polsloe, Colonel Issack's estate

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/93  26 April 1790

Contents:
Rental for the barton of Polsloe with an account of cash received at the Oxford Inn, Exeter

MANOR OF STOKINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

CUSTOMARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/94  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Transcription of the customary of the manor

MANOR OF UPCOTT  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/95  1770

Contents:
Papers re the manorial court: note of arrears; court expenses; note of rents due

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/96  Michaelmas 1762

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/97  Michaelmas 1764

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/98  Michaelmas 1766

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/99  Michaelmas 1768

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/100  Michaelmas 1770

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/101  Michaelmas 1772

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/102  Michaelmas 1774

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  69/M/1/103  1768

Contents:
Note of Upcott manorial court expenses

[no title]  69/M/1/104  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Fragments of a rental

MANOR OF WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

SURVEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/105  c1740

Contents:
Survey

MULTIPLE MANORS  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/106  1452, 1455

Contents:
Court roll for the manors of Blakedon and Kyrkeham

[no title]  69/M/1/107  1471, 1472/3

Contents:
Court roll for the manors of Blakedon and Collaton

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/108  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Rental for North Ludbrook and Harbourneford

[no title]  69/M/1/109  25 March 1771

Contents:
Rental for: Charleton, Norden, Colehanger, Totnes Boreston, Washbourne, Ludbrook, and Harbourneford.
Includes accounts with John Dunning, debtor

[no title]  69/M/1/110  25 March 1771

Contents:
Rental: Charleton, Norden, Colehanger, Totnes Boreston, Washbourne, Ludbrook, and Harbourneford.
Includes accounts with John Dunning, debtor

[no title]  69/M/1/111  25 March 1774

Contents:
Rental: Charleton, Norden, Colehanger, Totnes Boreston, Washbourne, Ludbrook, and Harbourneford. Includes manor of Clyst Gerard

[no title]  69/M/1/112  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Rental for the manors of Boringdon and Colebrook and Woodford

[no title]  69/M/1/113  1814-1817

Contents:
Rentals and balance sheets for:
Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford; Plympton;
Plympton tithes; Turnchapel; Charleton; Norden;
Morley; Heale Prior; North Molton; Honiton;
Flitton; South Radworthy; Colehanger.

[no title]  69/M/1/114  1840-1847; 1849-1850

Contents:
Bundle of rentals and cash accounts for:
Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford; Plympton; the tithes of Plympton St Mary; Turn Chapel and Mount Batten; Charleton; Norden; Morley; Hele Prior; Bratton Clovelly; North Molton; Hunstone; Flitton; South Radworthy; Colehanger; Cholwich Town.
(Includes George Pridham in account with the earl of Morley, plus particulars of annuities, rents, stipends, salaries etc, taxes, rates and parochial assents)

[no title]  69/M/1/115  1843-1844; 1846-1849; 1852, 1856-57; 1860

Contents:
Bundle of rough rack rentals (with abstracts): Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford; Plympton; the rent charge of Plympton St Mary; Turnchapel and Mount Batten; Charleton; Morley; Hele Prior; North Molton; Hunston; Flitton; South Radworthy; Colehanger; Cholwich Town. Enclosed are extracts from a letter to Mr Hocker of 2 July 1844

[no title]  69/M/1/116  1849, 1851; 1852, 1860-1862, 1864

Contents:
Bundle of collecting rentals: Morley and Colehanger (with notes on the Morley courts held 12 January and 30 December 1858) 1854-1858

[no title]  69/M/1/117  1862-1866

Contents:
Bundle of rentals (with abstracts): Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford, Plympton, Plympton St Mary, Turnchapel and Mount Batten, Colehanger, Cholwich Town

VALUATION  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/118  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Valuation of the manors of Ludbrook and Harbourneford

SURVEYS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/119  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Survey of the manors of: Charleton; Nordon; Clyst Gerard; North Molton; Flitton; North Molton Barton; Loosebeare; Zeal Monachorum; Coleridge; Colehanger; West Whitleigh; Bowden; parts Plympton Manor belonging to George Parker

[no title]  69/M/1/120  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Survey of lands in the manors of: Boringdon [including Woodford and Colebrook]; Plympton; Turnchapel and Mount Batten; North Molton; Norden; Morley; Hele Prior; Hunston; Flitton; South Radworthy; Colehanger

UNIDENTIFIED MANOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/121  1844

Contents:
Christmas court (not named): record of cash received and paid

HUNDREDAL RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

HUNDRED OF COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

COURT RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/122  23rd October 1753

Contents:
Presentiments of the court leet and view of Frankpledge for the hundred of Coleridge

[no title]  69/M/1/123  2 November 1752

Contents:
Presentiments of the court leet and view of Frankpledge for the hundred of Coleridge

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/1/124  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Note of rents for various tithings within the hundred of Coleridge

[no title]  69/M/1/125  nd [1711]

Contents:
Calculation of principle and interest on Andrew Gosse's mortgage, 1684-1711. With calculation of money due from Margaret Slee's death in 1696 until 1711. Both calculations refer to Coleridge

TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

DEVON MANORS  [no ref. or date]

BICKLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/1  22 June 1810

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Sir Manasseh Masseh Lopes of Maristow House, baronet
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Field called the Great Beake being part of a tenement called South Pethill situated in Shaugh

[no title]  69/M/2/2  28 December 1836


Related information: [see PWDRO 69/M/6/425 for plan possibly attached to this deed]

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Sir Ralph Lopes of Maristow, baronet
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Parcel of land [situated near] Horrabrook Wood, Shaugh
Consideration: £23 13s 4d

BOLTERSCOMBE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/3  24 June 1630

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Edmond Fowell of Fowelscombe, knight
2) Matthew Hals the elder of Efford, esquire
Mansion house or tenement called Wichcombe with lands and buildings adjoining. Also closes of land comprising one meadow lying on the west of the house and closes called Higher Wichcombe, Halwills, and the Barnepark
Consideration: £236
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s and one harvest day and a horse
Heriot: best beast or £4

BORINGDON WITH BRIXTON AND COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/4  14 January 1579/80

Contents:
Mortgage for £1166 13s 4d [Bargain and Sale]
1) Jerome Mayhowe of Plymouth, esquire
2) John Hele of Plymouth, esquire
Manor of Boringdon. With lands called Brixton and Colebrook

[no title]  69/M/2/4a  15 November 1580

Contents:
Bargain and Sale with Feoffment [Reconveyance on redemption of mortgage]
1) John Hele of Plymouth, esquire
2) Jerome Mayhowe of Plymouth, esquire
Property as above.
Consideration: £1400

[no title]  69/M/2/5  20 October 1581

Contents:
Bargain and Sale with Feoffment
1) John Hele of Plymouth esquire, Thomas Brewerton and Thomas Walker
2) Sir Arthur Bassett, knight, Sir Francis Drake, knight, and Anthony Monke
Manor of Boringdon and lands called Brixton and Colebrook, Plympton St Mary, at one time the inheritance of Jerome Mayhowe
Consideration: £1980

[no title]  69/M/2/6  2 May 1582

Contents:
Licence of Alienation
1) Arthur Bassett Knight, Francis Drake, knight, Anthony Monck esquire, John Hele esquire, and Marie his wife, and Jerome Mayhowe esquire, and Katherine his wife
2) Humphrey Selwood and Anthony Mapowder, gents.
Manor of Boringdon alias Borington, and lands in Boringdon alias Borington, Northbrixton and Priorbrixton
Consideration: £5/13/4

[no title]  69/M/2/7  29 September 1582

Contents:
Acknowledgement
1) Thomas Brewerton and Thomas Walker of Exeter, merchants
2) Sir Arthur Bassett, Sir Francis Drake, knight, and Arthur Moncke, esquire
Acknowledgment of payment of £1980 by 2) in fulfilment of proviso in a Bargain and Sale dated 23 October 1581
Manor of Boringdon with lands called Brixton and Colebrook

[no title]  69/M/2/8  29 September 1582

Contents:
Memorandum
1) Sir Arthur Bassett, knight, Anthony Moncke, gent., Sir Francis Drake, knight
2) Thomas Brewerton, Thomas Walker
Payment of the sum of £1980 by the hand of Edmund Parker esquire for the discharge and clear redemption of the manor and barton of Borington alias Boringdon and other tenements in Plympton St Mary, previously the inheritance of Jerome Mayhowe. Payment made in fulfillment of the terms described in a bargain and sale by 2) and John Hele esquire to 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/9  4 October 1582

Contents:
Deed of grant
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire, and Edmund Parker, son and heir apparent of the said John
2) Jerome Mayhowe of Plymouth, esquire, Katheryne his wife, and Fraunces Mayhowe sole daughter and heir apparent of the said Jerome
To take stones, turfes, timber etc from the woods of Boringdon and all other grounds belonging to 1) in of Plympton St Mary that at anytime were the inheritance of 2) for use in repairs of the waters, weirs, leat and mill called Woodford Mill within the manor of Boringdon. Also the common around Woodford Mills and the marshes adjoining.

[no title]  69/M/2/10  9 October 1582

Contents:
Letters Patent
1) John Heale, esquire
Pardon for the alienation of lands held in fee:
Manor of Boringdon, Brixton and Colebrook, Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £15

[no title]  69/M/2/10a  [1582]

Contents:
Licence of Alienation
1) Arthur [Bassett], knight, [Anthony Monck, esquire]
2) [Illegible]
Boringdon, Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £6 13s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/11  12 October 1592

Contents:
Licence for Alienation [retrospective]
1) Jerome Mayhowe, esquire
For conveyance/purchase by indenture dated 15 November 1580 of the manor and barton of Boringdon, with tenements called Brixton and Colebrook from John Hettle, esquire, Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £6 13s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/12  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Recitation of deeds of Bargain and Sale dated 22 and 23 October 1581 re the manor of Boringdon and lands called Brixton and Colebrook in Plympton St Mary. Endorsed with lawyer's queries and notes re earlier bargains and sales of the properties

BORINGDON, COLEBROOK AND WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

SLADE AND BOWHILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/13  20 December 1633

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years
1) Daniell Northerell of Plymouth, brewer
2) Roger Watt alias Gaidge of Plympton St Maurice, shoemaker
Tenement in Colebrook and parcels of land called Slade and Bowehill. Also messuage and orchard in Underwood bounded on the north by a lane leading to Plympton St Maurice with two other orchard in Underwood bounded respectively on the north and south by the said lane
Consideration: £50

[no title]  69/M/2/14  4 March 1635/6

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Danyell Northmore of Plymouth, yeoman
2) Roger Wattes alias Gaidge of Plympton Earl, cordwainer
Tenement in Colebrook. Also two closes called Slade and Bowehill and all other lands of 1) in the village and township of Colebrook
Consideration: £20

[no title]  69/M/2/15  7 March 1651/2

Contents:
Lease
1) Daniel Watts alias Gaydge of Plympton Erle, cordwainer
2) Walter Vestmont of Colebrook, yeoman
Tenement and two closes of land called Slade and Bowhill
Consideration: £23
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6/8d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/16  20 May 1664

Contents:
Release
1) Daniel Watts, alias Gaidge, of Plympton St Maurice, cordwainer, and Joan his wife
2) Henry Clarke, inn keeper
Tenement on Colebrook with two closes of land, one called Slade
Consideration: £30

[no title or date]  69/M/2/17

Contents:
With bond for fulfilment of the same. Dated 20 May 1664

[no title]  69/M/2/18  31 May 1670

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Mary Clarke of Plymouth, widow
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Tenements in Colebrook and two closes called Slade and Bowhill
Consideration: £[illegible] 16s

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/19  8 August 1565

Contents:
Lease
1) Jerome Mayhowe, esquire
2) Roger Adam and Johane his wife
Close of barton land called Stert Park with one parcel of wood lying in the cliff adjoining, manor of Woodford
Consideration: £13/6/8
Terms: Lives of 2)
Rent: 13/4d per year
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/20  9 May 1614

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll
1) [. .. ] Pear, gent., and George Smith
2) Henry Rowe, Ann his wife, and Thomas Rowe, their son
Eight tenements and cottages on 24 acres of land in manor of Woodford
Entry fine: £100

[no title]  69/M/2/21  20 September 1623

Contents:
Lease of copyhold land for years
1) Edward Pearse and William Symons
2) John Pearse and Francisca his wife
Land in the manor of Woodford formerly in the possession of Robert and Joan Fosters
Consideration: £322/4s
Rent: 22s

[no title]  69/M/2/22  30 September 1653

Contents:
Lease
1) William Bickford of Dousland, gent.
2) Henry Trelawney of Colebrook, gent.
Tenement held by Henry Trelawney in Colebrook
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 33s per year
Heriot: one capon

[no title]  69/M/2/23  4 April 1665

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Furse of Moorshead, gent., Thomas Hele of Farthell, esquire, and Amy his wife, Thomas Pearse of Bigbury, gent., and Grace his wife (Amy and Grace being the daughters and co-heirs of Agnes Pearse)
2) Richard Turpin of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Field called Higher Preswell, parcel of a tenement in Woodford
Consideration: £28
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 8d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/24  31 May 1670

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Christopher Martyn of Chaddlewood, gent.
2) Walter Row of Woodford, yeoman
Two fields called Higher and Lower Down situated at Woodford
Consideration: £200
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 15s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/25  19 May 1673

Contents:
Release
1) Richard Duke of Otterton, esquire
2) George Parker, son and heir apparent of Edmund Parker
Fee farm rent of £5 issuing out of the manor and barton of Boringdon
Consideration: £80

[no title]  69/M/2/26  10 June 1679

Contents:
Lease
1) John Furze of Dean Prior, esquire
2) Richard Pyke of Walkhampton, yeoman
Close called Butsides Park
Consideration: £30
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 10s
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/27  24 October 1681

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Stephen Pearse of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Richard Pearse of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
Original lease dated 17 October 1674
House, orchard and herb garden in Woodford
Consideration: £11
Term: residue of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/28  24 June 1698

Contents:
Lease
1) John Martyn of Chaddlewood, gent.
2) Charles Fortescue of St Budeaux, gent.
Two fields called Higher and Lower Down at Woodford
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 15s pa
With bond for fulfilment of same. Dated 24 June 1698

[no title]  69/M/2/29  20 May 1701

Contents:
Mortgage for £37 2s [Lease]
1) John Martyn of Chaddlewood, gent.
2) Charles Fortescue of St Budeaux, gent.
Two closes of land called Higher and Lower Down situated at Woodford
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Thomas Rowe, and Ann and Dorothy Fortescue
Rent: 15 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/30  6 September 1703

Contents:
Confirmation
1) Richard Duke of Otterton, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Of conveyance of a fee farm rent of £5 reserved for the manor of Boringdon to Edmund Parker, deceased
Also Boringdon Grange

[no title]  69/M/2/31  26 & 27 May 1709

Contents:
Lease and Release and Surrender
1) John Martyn the younger of Chaddlewood, esquire, and Charles Fortescue of St Budeaux, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon
Two fields called Higher Down and Lower Down situated near Woodford
Consideration: £200
With bond for fulfilment of same. Dated 27 May 1709

[no title]  69/M/2/32  20 June 1713

Contents:
Mortgage for £44 16s [Assignment of Lease]
1) Mary Rowe of Woodford, widow
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary
Field called Longpark situated adjoining Woodford Cross. Field called Cross Park on the south side of the highway from Ridgeway to Plymbridge. Field called Barnpark and three meadows, three orchards, three herb gardens, a dwelling house, malt house, stable, shippon, barn and curtilage, situated on the south side of the highway, part of Whitacres tenement, manor of Woodford

[no title]  69/M/2/33  9 & 10 July 1722

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Richard Pearse of Thowies Inn. Middx, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
¼ part of field called Higher Preswells, Woodford Manor
Consideration: £12 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/33a  25 March 1782

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Richard Strode of Butterford, esquire
2) Jeremiah Triscott of Plympton St Mary, mason
Tenement with garden plot adjoining, situated at Colebrook, bound on the east by the King's Highway
Consideration: construction of a dwelling house
11s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/34  28 July 1803

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Walpole, George Clark, and John Sisson of London, bankers
Two fields called Woodford Downs. Tenement called Higher Woodford with lands adjoining. Fields called Bennetts Down, Bickham Park, Oat Meadow, Barn Park, Bennetts Meadow, Higher and Lower Will Park and Home Meadow. Also a tenement called Fosters Woodford and fields called Cramphole Meadow, Mena Park, Footlands, Kitchen Park and Moor Park. All being parcel of the manor of Woodford. Also two tenements called Bard and Brookings situated at Colebrook, parcel of the manors of Boringdon and Colebrook

[no title]  69/M/2/35  29 July 1803

Contents:
Mortgage for £3000
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Walpole, George Clark, and John Sisson, all of London, bankers and co-partners
Two fields called Woodford Downs. Tenement called Higher Woodford with fields called Bennetts Downs, Bickham Park, Out Meadow, Barn Park, Bennetts meadow, Higher Will Park, Lower Will Park and [illegible]. Tenement called [Fosters] with fields called [illegible] and Moor Park. All being parcel of the manor of Woodford. With closes of land situated near Colebrook. [Other properties illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/36  29 July 1803

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Walpole, George Clark, and John Sisson, all of London
Supplemental to a Lease and Release dated 28 & 29 July 1803 between the above relating to: Manors of Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford
With schedule of deeds

[no title]  69/M/2/37  14 January 1817

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Langmead of Elfordleigh, esquire
For conveyance to 2) of tenement called Elfordleigh otherwise Lower Elfordleigh with wood adjoining called Elfordleigh Wood. Lease of tenement
Nicholls tenement and lands called Cross Park, Small Park, the Grove Orchard and Cree's Shiphay.
Conveyance to 1) of Hath Down and closes of land called Furze Park, Small Park, Cree's Grove, Cree's Orchard, and building called Cree's Shiphay

[no title]  69/M/2/38  23 & 24 June 1817

Contents:
Lease, Appointment and Release
1) William Langmead of Elfordleigh, esquire
2) Henry Woollcombe of Plymouth, gent.
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Heath Down, Furze Park, Small Park, Crees's Grove, Cree's Orchard with a building called Cree's Shiphay, parcel of the barton of Heath or Higher Elfordleigh
Consideration: £520 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/39  27 June 1863

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property
1) John F Fortescue of Plymouth, gent.
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Mortgage dated 29 December 1854 between 2) and 1)
Field, part of Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook, numbered 1645 on the Plympton St Mary
Tithe map

[no title]  69/M/2/40  16 April 1866

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property
1) John F Fortescue of Plymouth, gent.
2) Harriet Sophia Countess Dowager of Morley, and Augustus Granville Stapleton of Warbrook, Hants, esquire
3) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Mortgage dated 29 December 1854 between 2) and 1)
Orchard, part of Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook, numbered 1646 on the Plympton St Mary
Tithe map

BOWDEN, BORINGDON AND COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/41  7 March 1851

Contents:
Mortgage for £3000 + interest
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Frances Parker, Countess Dowager of Morley, widow, relict of John Parker, earl of Morley
3) George Boughton Kingdon of Compton Gifford, esquire
Tenement called Mainstone in Egg Buckland, part Bowden manor. Two tenements called Beers and Watts otherwise Brookings tenement situated at Colebrook.
Aldwins, Baggleholes and Nicholl's tenement in the manor of Boringdon and Colebrook.

[no title]  69/M/2/42  7 July 1853

Contents:
Reconveyance on redemption of a mortgage
1) George Boughton Kingdon of Compton Gifford, esquire
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/43  29 December 1854

Contents:
Mortgage for £3400
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Frances Dowager Countess Morley, widow, and relict of John Parker, earl of Morley, deceased
3) John Faithful Fortescue of Plymouth, gent.
Property as above.
[With schedule of lands]
Enclosed is a note of rentals at the date of security
Endorsed with Memoranda of the conveyances of a field and an orchard being part of Aldwins tenement, discharged from all claims in respect of the mortgage. Dated 24 June 1863 and 18 April 1866
Also Assignment of Mortgage between 1) John Faithful Fortescue 2) earl of Morley and 3) George Pridham
[With schedule of excepted lands], dated 7 November 1866.
Also endorsed with an Assignment of the Mortgage between 1) George Pridham 2) earl of Morley and 3) John Whipple and Julian Ring dated 10 January 1871

[no title]  69/M/2/44  23 June 1885

Contents:
Conveyance [with redemption of mortgage]
1) Miss Julian King
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
3) Thomas Villiers Lister of the Foreign Office and of Armitage Hill, Sunninghill, Berkshire, esquire, and Robert Adam Phillips Haldane, earl of Camperdown
4) William John Woollcombe of Plymouth, solicitor
Supplemental to an indenture dated 29 December 1854
Property as above.
Consideration: £3400

CHARLETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/45  12 April 1561

Contents:
Licence to Alienate
1) William, earl of Pembroke
2) John Peter of Exeter, merchant
Manor of Charleton and all 1)'s lands in Devon
Consideration: £9 [30]s [30]d

[no title]  69/M/2/46  15 April 1561

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) William, earl of Pembroke
2) John Peter of Exeter, merchant
Manor of Charleton
Consideration: £1200

[no title]  69/M/2/47  17 April 1561

Contents:
Feoffment
1) William, earl of Pembroke
2) John Peter of Exeter, merchant
Manor of Charleton with lands belonging to the same in Devon. With right of patronage of the parish church of Charleton and lands in Charleton

[no title]  69/M/2/48  10 January 1635/6

Contents:
Lease
1) John Peter of Bowhay, esquire
2) Edward Jane the elder of South Huish, yeoman
Guns tenement
Consideration: £300
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12 [?]
Heriot: best beast
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender of the property by 2) to Edmund Parker, now lord of the manor of Charleton. Dated 18 October 1682

[no title]  69/M/2/49  1 November 1640

Contents:
Lease
1) John Peter of Bowhay, esquire
2) Nicholas Randall of Charleton, sailor
Dwelling house and two parcels of land at Reddaford lake. Also a parcel of land formerly part of Reddaford Down. Also a Rickeroome on the north side of the way adjoining the said lake
Consideration: £4
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s 8d pa
Heriot: one fat capon or 16d

CLYST GERARD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/50  9 April 1568

Contents:
Lease
1) Nicholas Blewett of Somerset
2) Michael Shirford alias Shirwood of Whymple, husbandman
Tenement and land of 1, manor of Clyst Gerard
Consideration: £40
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death or forfeiture of Johane Shirford alias Shirwood
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/51  Hilary Term 1617

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Edmund Parker esquire, querent
2) Warwick Hele, knight, and Margaret his wife, Francis Hele, knight, and Joan his wife, Richard Wasse, esquire, and Roger Cluett, gent.
Manor of Clyst Gerard
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/52  1 July 1780

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram
Revocation of the uses, trust and estates in a pair of indentures dated 13 and 14 September 1776, relating to the manor of Clyst Gerard.
[With copy]

CLYST HYDON ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/53  6 December 1549

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) John Seyntclere, esquire, of Bellamarshe
2) Edward Allerton alias Seyell
3) Joan, wife of Edward Allerton, and Christopher their son
Lands in Bellamarshe and Gatepath, with houses and lime kiln
Rent: £101 pa
Endorsed with a bond of the same date
1) John Seyntclere
2) Edward Allerton alias Seyell, Joan his wife and Christopher their son
Penal sum: £200
Condition: After the death of Edward, his wife and son may hold the property for the life of Christopher and during Joan's widowhood

[no title]  69/M/2/54  2 February 1565

Contents:
Exemplification of a Fine
1) John Eveleigh, esquire, John Wright, Vincent Calmady, gent., and John Conant, querents
2) John Seyntclere esquire, and Gabriel Seyntclere, deforciants
Manor of Clyst Hydon, Tudwell and Bellamarshe and lands in Clyst Hydon, Plympton, East Budleigh, Tudwell, Bellamarshe, Gatepath [Gappah, parish of Kingsteignton], Chudleigh, Hennock, Kingsteignton, Jackehayne, Ashcombe and Hemyock

[no title]  69/M/2/55  8 January 1572

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire, and Gabriel Seyntclere of Tudwell
2) John Evelegh, John Wrighte and Vincent Calmady
Penal sum: £100
Defence of title of persons to whom 2) have leased or conveyed property in Clyst Hydon, Budleigh and Bellamarshe, against Jane Seyntclere's claim of dower.

[no title]  69/M/2/56  31 July 1572

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire
William Periam of Crediton, esquire
Anthony Coplestone of Wyke, gent.
Gabriel Seyntclere of Tudwell, esquire
2) John Newcombe of Pedikswell, esquire, and Edmund Parker of North Molton, gent.
Lands in the manor of Clyst Hydon and the advowson of the parsonage of Clyst Hydon
Consideration: £460 paid by John Parker to Gabriel Seyntclere
£100 paid by John Parker to Thomas Marshall of Exeter, merchant
£53 6s 8d paid by John Parker to Thomas Valens of Lincoln's Inn, London, esquire

[no title]  69/M/2/57  1571/2

Contents:
Quietus
1) Richard Duke, esquire, John Eveleigh and Vincent Calmady
Manor of Clyst Hydon

[no title]  69/M/2/58  1571/2

Contents:
Quietus
1) Richard Duke, esquire, John Eveleigh and Vincent Calmady
Bellamarsh

[no title]  69/M/2/58a  1572/3

Contents:
Quietus
1) Richard Duke, esquire, John Eveleigh and Vincent Calmady
Manor of Clyst Hydon

[no title]  69/M/2/59  24 July 1581

Contents:
Agreement
1) Gabriell Seyntclere, gent.
2) Richard Shapland
Agreement for Richard Shapland to pay the following sums out of an annuity or yearly rent of fifty pounds from the barton of Tudwell and manor of Budley otherwise Tudwell and Budley: £20 yearly to Jane Seyntclere, widow, mother of Gabriell; £10 yearly to Edmund Parker; £10 yearly to Elizabeth, wife of Gabriell; £10 to Gabriell for payments owing to Nicholas Bull of Exeter.
Term: 40 years from 24 June 1581

[no title]  69/M/2/60  [16th cent]

[Illegible]

Contents:
1) Richard Duke esquire, John Eveleigh and Vincent Calmady, gent.
Tudwell [remainder of document is illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/61  [16th cent]

Contents:
Case re the conveyance of Clyst Hydon to Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/2/62  Michaelmas Term 1587

Contents:
Foot of Fine
1) Edmund Parker, esquire, querent
2) Gabriel Seyntclere, esquire, deforciant
Manor of Clyst Hydon with the advowson of Clyst Hydon

COLEHANGER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/63  28 November 1617

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) Edward Courtney, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, demandant
2) William Courtney esquire, and Dowglus, his wife
Manor of Colehanger

COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/64  17 April 1618

Contents:
Lease
1) George Dunscombe of Dunscombe, esquire
2) John Densham of Lapford, yeoman
Land in Coleridge Park, between River Taw on north and the highway leading to Nymet Rowland on the east
Consideration: £240
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 53s 4d
Heriot: best beast or £3

COLLATON KYRKEHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/65  8 December 1556

Contents:
Lease
1) George Kirkham, esquire
2) John Efford, the elder, of Paignton
Two closes of barton land in Yealborne called Westlake Park. Also four closes called the Pennys and One parcel of land called att Pennys in Paignton
Consideration: £20
Term: Lives of John Efford and his wife
Rent: 36s to be paid at the four principal terms of the year
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/66  21 December 1588

Contents:
Lease
1) William Kirkham of Blackadon Kyrkeham, esquire
2) William Full of Collaton, yeoman
Four closes of land called Thorn Hills, in Paignton
Consideration: £20
Term: 21 years. To commence on the death or forfeiture of William Full
Rent: 16s pa
Heriot: 3/4d

COMPTON GIFFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/67  8 August 1565

Contents:
Lease
1) Jerome Mayhowe, esquire
2) John Horswill, William Horswill his son, and Agnes Horswill alias Jelys
Barn with meadow adjoining and closes of land in the manor of Compton Gifford
Consideration: £41
Term: John Horswill's life
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/68  21 February 1575/6

Contents:
Lease
1) Jeremy Mayhowe of Boringdon, esquire, and Katherine his wife
2) John Cornish of Egg Buckland, junior, and Elizabeth Truscott, daughter of John Truscott of Southhill, Cornwall, husbandman, and Arthur Cornish, son of John
Bowhaye in Egg Buckland
Consideration: [illegible]
Rent: 15s 6d quarterly
Term: three lives
Heriot: 6s 8d

[no title]  69/M/2/69  17 May 1697

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) James Cleeff of Plymouth, mariner
2) Hannah Couch of Plymouth, widow
Dwelling house and orchard with lands adjoining
Also waste ground lying on the east side of the said house. Also closes called Townsend, Collings Park, Oldwayes and Venstar. All lying in the village and fields of Compton

MANORS OF CORNWOOD, CORNTOWN AND LUTTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/70  10 October 1836

Contents:
Grant of License
1) Treby Hele Hays of Delamore, Plympton St Mary, esquire
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
License to use a leat lately cut through Penmoor Common
Term: 21 years
Rent: £10 pa
Endorsed with a coloured plan of the leat

CREDITON ALIAS KIRTON AND ST LAWRENCE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/71  18 June 1570

Contents:
Covenant
1) William Periam of Dunscumbe, esquire
2) William Kilegrewe of London, esquire
Agreed conditions for the purchase of the manor of Crediton alias Kirton and the manor of St Lawrence

EXETER: DURYARD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/72  20 July 1652

Contents:
Lease
1) Mayor, Bailiff and Commonality of Exeter
2) Winifred Borough of Exeter, widow
Meadow and plot adjoining, situated outside the north gate of the City bounded on the west by the highway to Crediton and by Pound Lane on the north
Consideration: £50
Term: 99 years or four lives
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: 6s 8d

EAST WONFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/73  13 August 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) John Nicholls of Trewane, Cornwall, esquire
2) Robert Wilcocks of Heavitree, yeoman
1/3rd of tenement with fields belonging to the same called Green Park, Will Park, the Little Close, the Bowden and the Long Park
Consideration: £10 15s
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Grace Lympscombe and Mary Buckett
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 13s 4d
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of premises by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wilde
Dated 10 May 1692

[no title]  69/M/2/74  15 December 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) Dorothy Davy of Exeter, widow, one of the daughters and co-heirs of George Smyth, esquire
2) Robert Wilcocks of Heavitree, yeoman
1/3rd of tenement with fields belonging to the same called Green Park, Will Park, the Little Close, the Bowden and the Long Park
Consideration: £10 13s 4d
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Grace Lympscombe and Mary Buckett
Rent: 6s 8d
Heriot: 13s 4d
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of premises by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wilde
Dated 21 December 1685

EFFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/75  9 & 10 January 1829

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) William John Clark of Buckland-Tout-Saints, esquire, and Erving Clark of Efford, esquire
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Parcel of field adjoining to the northern side of the Long Bridge or Turnpike Road from Exeter to Plymouth. Also parcel of a garden plot adjoining the eastern side of the last mentioned premises. Also piece of waste land lying between the River Plym and the highway leading to Egg Buckland and Leigham. All being parcel of the manor and barton of Efford
Consideration: £39 14s

EGG BUCKLAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/76  12 February 1542/3

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Thomas Gibbs of Fenton, esquire
2) William Gibbs, son and heir apparent of 1)
Manor of Egg Buckland with all 1)'s lands in Egg Buckland and Plymouth. Also a tenement in Blackawton
Consideration: £90

HORNER AND BOASTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/77  17 & 18 December 1802

Contents:
Reconveyance [Lease and Release]
1) The Reverend John Churchill of Eggesford, clerk
2) Peter Churchill of Dawlish, esquire, and Elizabeth Ann his wife
3) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Original mortgage dated 3 July 1794
Manors of Horner and Boaston otherwise Boswine

IVYBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/78  10 March 1691/2

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) William Drake of Ivybridge, esquire
2) John Rogers of Plymouth, merchant
Conveyance of manor or Lordship, barton and mansion house of Ivybridge; seven parts of Yeo tenement, Ugborough, and all other lands of John Drake, deceased, in Ermington, Harford, Cornwood and Ugborough
With schedule of leases

LIFTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/79  [1555/6]

Contents:
Abstract of records concerning the ownership of the manor of Lifton, 1199-1555/6

[no title]  69/M/2/80  10 December 1600

Contents:
Copy of Letters Patent
1) Robert Taylor, esquire
2) Arthur Harris, esquire
Manor and hundred of Lifton alias Lidston
Consideration: £100

LAUGHTOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/81  10 January 1364/5

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) John Olyver of Legh
2) John Drake of Lanicon and [Matilda] his wife
Lands in Lugghetor with housebote, haybote and faldbote in Lugghetor Wood
Rent: 20s pa
Dated at La Wode in Callanton [sic]

[no title]  69/M/2/82  13-14th cents

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) John Le Abbe, lord? of Lugghetor
2) Olyvero de Leghe
Lands in Leghe in the manor of Lugghetor. And housebote, haybote and faldbote in Lugghetor Wood
Rent: 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/83  3 June 1414

Contents:
Lease
1) John Maynard of Langford, son of Richard Maynard
2) Thomas Blewett and his wife
Lands in Legh Blyner in the manor of Lugghetor
Term: 40 years
Rent: 12s pa
10s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/84  7 March 1594

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Nicholas Will of Plympton St Mary, husbandman, Agnes his wife, and Walter his son and heir apparent
2) William Vaughan of Plymouth, shipwright
Tenement in Elverlee alias Leigh
Consideration: £160

[no title]  69/M/2/85  2 October 1638

Contents:
Feoffment
1) William Courteney of London, esquire
2) John White of London, merchant
Tenement in Elverlee alias Leigh
Consideration: £280
Enclosed is a letter of attorney appointing Ralph Harvey and Nicholas Horsman to act as 1)'s attorneys for the ceremony of livery of seisin. Dated 11 February 1638/9
Endorsed with memorandum that the letter was shown to the said Nicholas and Ralph when taking their depositions. Dated 12 October 1647
[With copy]

LEIGHAM BOSHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/86  23 May 1771

Contents:
Lease
1) Philip Arundell of Anthony, Cornwall, gent., Garland Langworthy of Plympton, gent., Nicholas Mill of Plymouth Dock, gent., and George Lawrence of Plymouth, gent. (surviving executors of the will of Thomas Harrison, late of Leigham, esquire), and John Macbride of Weard, Cornwall, (son in law of the late Thomas Harrison)
2) Montagu Parker of Saltram, esquire
Five fields called Deer Park Hill, Bottom Park, Long Meadow, Lower Marsh and Nellys Plot, part of the barton of Leigham Bosham. With pasture in the wood adjoining Deer Park Hill
Term: four years or one life
Rent: £18 pa

MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/87  4 July 1796

Contents:
Lease
1) John Seale of Mount Boone, esquire
2) Edward Robins of Halwell, yeoman
Closes of land called East White Parks, the Great Barn and Quillet
Term: 14 3/4 years
Rent: £27 pa

NORTH MOLTON, FLITTON AND HUNSTONE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/88  10 October 1825

Contents:
Agreement for Mortgage
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Edward Lloyd Sanders, and Charles Rogers Sanders of Exeter, bankers and co-partners
3) William Lake of Lincolns Inn, Middx, gent.
Agreement to mortgage properties for security on payment of debt of £15000 if not repaid by 1st August 1826 [lent for construction of the Laira Bridge]
Rectory of North Molton and Twitchen with glebe lands and tithes belonging to the same. Also a mansion house situated near the parish church of North Molton. Also all those manors or reputed manors of North Molton, Flitton and Hunstone
With schedules of lands, leases and documents
Endorsed with Articles of Agreement between 1) earl of Morley and 2) Edward Lloyd Sanders and Charles Rogers Sanders - agreement to postpone mortgage of above premises till 1 February 1827. Dated 27 July 1826

NORDEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/89  7 January 1535/6

Contents:
Lease
1) Margaret Courteney, widow
2) John Knyrth of Kingsbridge, tanner, and Jone and Robert his son
Closes and gardens
Term: 16 years
Rent: for the ½ forse close 5s pa
for the close 23s pa
for the four gardens 8s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/90  24 September 1556

Contents:
Lease for Life
1) Peter Courteney, esquire
2) John Cole
Four closes of land in Norden, on the north side of the highway that leads from Bedford Lane End towards Kingsbridge and on the south side of the highway called Bedford Lane, on the south side of Northwode and on the west of the way leading from West Alvington Town towards the Northwood
Term: 2)'s life
Rent: 36s pa
Consideration: £26 13s 4d

NORTH LUDBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/91  20 August 1636

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Edmond Fowell of Fowelscombe, knight
2) Hugh Algar of Ugborough, husbandman
Newly erected dwelling house situated in Shilwood with a plot of ground in Shilwood
Consideration: Erection of a dwelling house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12d pa for first seven years and 5d pa thereafter
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/92  10 April 1686

Contents:
Agreement to Let
1) Sir John Fowell of Fowelscombe, baronet
2) Hugh Graye of Modbury, yeoman
Tenement in Northford
Consideration: £283 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 48s pa
Heriot: best beast or 53s 4d
Endorsed with a memorandum concerning payment of rates and taxes and a note of the three lives
Undated

NORTH MOLTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/93  28 March 1550

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) John Zouche, knight, Lord of Zouche, Sentmore and Cantilupe
2) Edmund Parker, gent., son and heir apparent of John Parker of North Molton, esquire
Office of bailiff of the manor of North Molton and lands called Legh, parcel of the manor of North Molton
Term: For the term of his life
Rent: four marks pa

PARKE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/94  [late 17th cent]

Contents:
Page from a conveyance
1) Francis Collins
2) George Parker
[Manor of Parke]

PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

CASTLE DITCHES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/95  7 February 1793

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Prideaux of Prideaux Place, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Palmer of Plympton, esquire
Moiety of Castle Ditches together with common of pasture on Lee Moor
Consideration: £8 8s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 8d pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/96  23 & 24 August 1798

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Jenny Prideaux of Place, Cornwall, widow, and Walter Prideaux of Dartmouth, gent.
2) John Palmer of Plympton St Maurice, esquire
Moiety of an orchard on the north side of Plympton Town, bounded by the road leading from Plympton Town to Ridgeway. Moiety of a plot of ground, formerly a house situated in Plympton on the east of a street leading from the Market Cross towards the church. Moiety of a piece of land called Castle Ditches. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and common of turbary, turf or moor wood
Consideration: £42
Rent: 2s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/97  26 December 1809

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) George Palmer of Plympton Earl, esquire, Rear Admiral of the Red Division of HM fleet
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
5/8th parts of a piece of land called Castle Ditches with common of pasture, turbary, turf or moor wood on Lee Moor
Consideration: £480

ELBURTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/98  7 November 1682

Contents:
Lease
1) William Yeo of Boraton, Cornwall, esquire, (lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Priscilla Pridham of Elburton, widow
1/8 part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land in Elburton. Also 1/8th part of a close of barton land called Deane. Also common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turf and also coppice wood in the Earles Wood
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives. To commence on the death of 2)
Rent: 1s 6d farthing pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/99  29 September 1700

Contents:
Lease
1) George Yeo of Boraton, Cornwall, esquire, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Hake of Plymstock, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land in Elburton. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood. Also common of turbary and turfs or moor wood. Also coppice wood from Earles wood
Consideration: £22 3s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 1d farthing pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/100  1 January 1758

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Edmund Boger of Plymstock, yeoman
1/8th part of one tenement and ½ farthing of land in Elburton. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood and coppice wood in Earlswood
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 1½d and ½ farthing pa
Heriot: 1/8th of best beast or 5s

EASTER HEATHFIELDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/101  20 September 1706

Contents:
Further charge for £44 5s
1) Walter Warring of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Amos Doidge of Plymouth, merchant, and John Elford of Plymouth, gent.
Original mortgage dated the 24 June 1700 between Walter Warring and John Smaly
Moiety and ¼ part and 1/8 part of four closes of barton land called Easter Heathfields

[no title]  69/M/2/102  21 November 1715

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Walter Warring of Plympton St Mary, yeoman, administrator of the estate of George Warring
2) Edith Willoughby of Plymouth, widow and executrix of John Smaly
3) Amos Doidge, merchant, and John Elford, gent., both of Plymouth
Equity of redemption agreed in a mortgage dated 24 June 1700 between 1) and John Smaly
Moiety, ¼ part and 1/8th part of four closes of land called Easter Heathfields and of Long Meadow. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor

[no title]  69/M/2/103  22 & 23 November 1715

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Walter Warring of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Edward Deeble of Plymouth, gent.
3) Edith Willoughby of Plymouth, widow
Moiety of four closes called Easter Heathfields. Also moiety of Long Meadow. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/104  1 & 2 May 1801

Contents:
Lease and Release with Assignment
1) George Marshall of Ivybridge, grandson of George Marshall, deceased
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Moiety of four closes of barton land called Easter Heathfields. Also moiety of a meadow called Long Meadow. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor. Also assignment of 1/8th part of Easter Heathfields and Long Meadow for residue of a term of 1000 years
Consideration: £260
£40

[no title]  69/M/2/105  2 May 1801

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
1) George Marshall of Ivybridge, esquire
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Penal sum: £200
Condition: Indemnify 2) against claims of dower by Ann Marshall, wife of 1). Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/106  1801

Contents:
Abstract of title of George Marshall to parts of Easter Heathfields and Long Meadow. Covers the period 1620-1793

[no title]  69/M/2/107  24 & 25 March 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release and Assignment
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Ley of Trehill, esquire, (only surviving trustee of an Indenture of Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776)
3) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
4) William Bowden Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Release of ¼ and 2/8th parts Eastern Heathfields and Long Meadow, parcel of the manor of Plympton
With Assignment of ¼ part and 1/8th part for the residue of 1000 years
Consideration: £63 paid by 3) to 2)
£63 paid by 3) to 1)
Rent: 7s payable to 1) as lord of the manor of Plympton
[With schedule of deeds]
With Mr Ley's bill for legal work dated March 1803

HAY AND TOTWILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/108  15 June 1649

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Sir Peter Courtney of Trethurffe, Cornwall, knight
2) Thomas Gimblett of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8th part of tenements called Hay, Totwill
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote, plowbote and pasture on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £4

[no title]  69/M/2/109  8 February 1649/50

Contents:
Abstract of Mortgage for £108 [Feoffment]
1) Thomas Gimblett the elder of Hay, yeoman, and Thomas Gimblett the younger, his son
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th part of tenements called Hay and Totwill
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote, plowbote and pasture on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £100

[no title]  69/M/2/110  17 December 1692

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Thomas Gimblett of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Samuel Carkett of [...], Devon, merchant
1/8th part of tenements called Hays and Totwill
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estovers, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £12
With receipts for payment of consideration dated 17 December 1692 and an account of interest due on £100 principal money dated c1714

[no title]  69/M/2/111  16 August 1714

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release] to redeem a mortgage
1) Samuel Carkett the elder of Hay, merchant
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th of a tenement called Hay and of a tenement called Totwill

[no title]  69/M/2/112  29 September 1743

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement called Hay. Also 1/8th part of a tenement called Tothill. Also 1/8th part of coppice wood in Earls Wood. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £65
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s 7½d pa
Heriot: 5s

HIGHER LEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/113  18 October 1620

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years
1) Edward Courtenay of Trethurfe, Cornwall, esquire
2) Elizabeth Harris of Shaugh, widow
1/8th part of a tenement at Higher Leigh with herbage and pasture in Torrecombe Wood. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote, hedgebote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £24
Term: 1000 years. To commence on the death of Elizabeth Harris, Dorothy her daughter, and of Jerome Boyes
Rent: 14d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/114  4 January 1667/8

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Jerome Boyes of Shaugh Prior, yeoman
2) Jerome Head, yeoman, and Katherine Head, spinster, both of Shaugh
Original lease dated 18 October 1620
Property as above.
Term: 70 years and 1000 years. To commence on the death of 1), Dorothy his wife and Robert Cudlippe

[no title]  69/M/2/115  16 June 1696

Contents:
Assignment with grant of annuity
1) Katherine Bickford of Shaugh, widow
2) Sampson Bickford, son of 1)
3) Jerome Head, brother of 1), of Shaugh, yeoman
Original lease dated 18 October 1620
Annuity of 30s to be payable to 2) out of her 1/16th part of property as above.
Assignment of her 1/16th part of the above premises to 3)
Term: remainder term 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/116  17 February 1730

Contents:
Assignment Lease
1) Jerome Head the elder of Shaugh, yeoman
2) Jerome Head the younger, son of 1)
Original lease dated 18 October 1620
1/8th part of property as above.
Consideration: £20 and natural love
Term: remainder term of 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/117  13 April 1731

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Jerome Head the younger of Shaugh, yeoman
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 18 October 1620 between Edward Courtenay and Elizabeth Harris
Property as above.
Consideration: new grant and demise of the premises
Term: remainder term 1000 years

BARTON OF HARDWICK: lands of Thomas Perryman  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/118  30 October 1620

Contents:
Lease
1) Edward Courteney of Trethurfe, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Stacy of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8 of a parcel of ground called South-West Heathfields, 1/8 of a parcel of a close called Heathfields, late part of the barton of Hardwick and 1/8 part of a parcel of meadow called Long meadow, late part of the barton of Hardwick. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor with haybote and hedgebote in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £8
Term: 1000 years, commencing on the death of Richard Bry, Kathryn his wife and William his eldest son
Rent: 1/9d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/119  10 October 1653

Contents:
Release
1) William Yeo of Plymouth, esquire
2) Arthur Perryman, son of Arthur Perryman of Hardwick, gent.
1/8th part of the mansion house of Hardwick and of the way leading from Kill meadow near Hardwick to Hamepark Corner and from there northwards to Westwood. 1/8th part of closes called Woodpark Broadpark, Cross Park, Verberry, Rose Park, Torr Park, the Culver Park, the Warren, Rudge Park, Will Park, Jordans Park and Kill Piece. Also 1/8th part of Westwood. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estovers on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £46

[no title]  69/M/2/120  10 January 1668/9

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farley, Hungerford Castle, Somerset, knight, Giles Hungerford of Freefolk, county of Southampton, esquire, and James Hayes of Lincolns Inn, Middx, esquire
2) John Horsman of Plympton, gent.
Moiety of two closes called Southern and Western Heathfields. Also a moiety of Longmead. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £40 paid to Sir Edward by 2)
5s each to Giles and James by 2)
Rent: 4d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/121  6 May 1691

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Fortescue, esquire, and Jonathan Pollexfen, gent., both of Holbeton
1/8th part of Rudge Parke, parcel of the barton of Hardwick with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £16
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 1½d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/122  6 May 1691

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Fortescue of Holbeton, esquire, and Jonathan Pollexfen of the same, gent.
1/8 of messuage called Hardwick and all the ways leading from the north part of Kill Meadow to Ham Park Corner and from there to the Lower gate of the Westwood. Also closes of land called Woodpark, Broadpark, Cross Park, Verrberry, Rose Park, Torr Park, Culver Park and the Warren. All being parcel of the barton of Hardwick. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £84
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s 4d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/123  14 April 1693

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, Plympton St Mary, gent.
1/8th part of a close of land called Will Park, parcel of the barton of Hardwick and common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £7
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/124  14 April 1693

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent.
1/8th part of two closes of land called Westwood with common of pasture and turbary in Lee Moor
Fine: £23
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/125  29 September 1694

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Mary Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, widow
1/8th part of five closes called Kill Meadow, Longpark, Hampark, Crookney and the Grove, part of the barton of Hardwick. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £24
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Walter Bishoppe
Rent: 7s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/126  24 June 1695

Contents:
Lease
1) George Yeo of Burraton, Cornwall, esquire, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent.
1/8th part of five closes of land called Kill Meadow, Longpark, Hampark, Crookney and the Grove, part of the barton of Hardwick. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £30 and one guinea
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 7s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/127  29 September 1696

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, Lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent.
1/8th part of two closes of barton land called Jordans Parks, part of the barton of Hardwick
Fine: £12
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Susan Perryman now Susan Pearse
Rent: 3s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/128  29 September 1696

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Vyell Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Perryman of Plympton St Mary, gent.
1/8th part of two closes of land called Westwood, part of the barton of Hardwick with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: 30s
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of Thomas Perryman and Roger Lang
Rent: 2s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/129  2 January 1698/9

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent.
2) Thomas Butler of Exeter, scrivener
Original leases dated 14 April 1693 and 29th September 1696 between Sir Vyell Vyvyan and 1) and 24 June 1695 between George Yeo and 1)
1/8th part of a close of land called Willpark, and of two closes of land called Westwood and two closes of land called Jordans Parks, part of Hardwick Barton.
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Term: residue of several terms of 99 years
Consideration: £20
[only page 1]

[no title]  69/M/2/130  16 October 1699

Contents:
Copy of Settlement [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent., and Dorothy his wife
2) Richard Smith of Alphington, merchant, and Jonathan Carter Smith of Exeter, scrivener
Supplemental to 1)'s marriage settlement dated 10 November 1696
Lands in Exeter, Plymouth, Plympton St Mary and Plympton St Maurice. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of pasture and estovers in Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/2/131  [1699-1720]

Contents:
Bundle of papers: copy of mortgage for £1528 between Thomas Perryman and John Warren [in trust for Michael Langdon] of all Perryman's lands in Devon, Cornwall and Exeter, dated 1 June 1699; Account of moneys owing from Thomas Perryman to Michael Langdon secured on said mortgage and of disbursements and receipts between the date of the mortgage and 25 March 1707
Letter to Francis Collins from Elizabeth Hannard re conveyance of Middle and Lower Collifourds, December 1716/17; Letter to Francis Collins from M Roe re Parker v Wolstenholme, 24 December 1720; notes re the workings of 'An Act for Relief of Insolvent Debtors and for the more easy discharge of Bankrupts out of Execution after their certificate allowed', 1719/20; notes re yearly values of various closes of land; lists and notes of title deeds including particulars of deeds to be brought by Michael Langdon and Susannah Tynte; copy of receipt of £1600 paid by George Parker to Michael Langdon and Susannah Tynte; copy of condition of a bond binding Michael Langdon and Susannah Tynte to George Parker for £1600 on condition of the successful execution of a Lease and Release of the barton of Hardwick dated 24 & 25 May [no year given]

[no title]  69/M/2/132  28 December 1720

Contents:
Draft Articles of Agreement
1) Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent., and Arthur Perryman his son and heir apparent
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Conveyance on fee simple of 5/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick and of closes called Woodpark, Broadpark, Cross Park, Verberry, Rose Park, Torr Park, Culver Park, the Warren, Rudge Park, Jordans Park, Jordans meadow, Westwood and Will Park. Also surrender on manorial court of ¼ part of the same and assignment of 1/8 part of the same
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/133  31 January 1721

Contents:
Draft Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, Thomas Parker of Totnes, gent., Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent., and Richard Weddon of Plymouth, esquire
2) Arthur Perryman of Exeter, gent.
Original mortgage dated 1 June 1699
Tenements called East Upton and Larkham. Field called Morgan's Field and other lands in Plympton St Mary. Also fields called Stone Park, the Little Stone Park, Cragg's Terridge, The Old Park and the Meadow, being part of the barton of Chaddlewood. Also five tenements in Plympton St Mary and 5/8ths parts of the barton of Hardwick. Also moiety of a dwelling house in Plympton and of a field called Gages Close.

[no title]  69/M/2/134  25 & 26 May 1721

Contents:
Draft Lease and Release with redemption of mortgage
1) William Langdon of Llanelli, county of Carmarthen, Wales, gent. (son and heir and one of the executors of the will of Michael Langdon), Susanna Tynte, widow, (daughter and executor of the said Michael), James Warren of London, linen draper (son and heir of John Warren, deceased), Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent., and Arthur Perryman his son and heir apparent
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
5/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick with closes of land called Woodpark, Broadpark, Cross Park, Verberry, Rose Park, Torr Park, Culver Park, the Warren, Rudge Park, Jordans Park, Jordans Meadow, Westwood and Will Park. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £1600 paid to the said William and Susanna by 2)
£280 4s paid to the said Thomas and Arthur by 2)
[With copy of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/135  27 May 1721

Contents:
Draft deed to lead the uses of a Fine with Agreement to sue for a Common Recovery
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent., and Arthur Perryman his son and heir apparent
2) William Samber of Lyon's Inn, Middx, gent., and Martin Lantro of the same, gent.
3) Thomas Parker of Totnes, gent., (brother of the said George), and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
5/8th parts of the property as in Release of 26 May above

[no title]  69/M/2/136  29 & 30 May 1721

Contents:
Draft Lease and Release with Redemption of Mortgage and Agreement to Levy a Fine
1) James Warren of London, linen draper, (son and heir of John Warren, deceased), William Langdon of Llanelli, county of Carmarthen, Wales, gent., (son and heir of Michael Langdon), Susanna Tynte, widow, (daughter of the said Michael), Thomas Perryman of Hardwick, gent., and Arthur Perryman his son and heir apparent
2) Thomas Parker of Totnes, gent., Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent., and John Wallis of Plymouth, mercer
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original mortgage dated 1 June 1696
Tenements called East Upton and Larkham. Field called Morgan's Field. Closes called Great Stone Park, Little Stone Park, Cragg's Terridge, The Old Park and the Meadow, being part of the barton of Chaddlewood. Also five tenements in Plympton St Mary. Also moiety of a dwelling house in Plympton and of a field called Gages Close.
Also ¼ part of Thomas Perryman's lands in Yealmpton and Exeter
Consideration: £1880 4s

[no title]  69/M/2/137  18 & 19 August 1721

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Horsman the elder of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Elizabeth his wife
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Moiety of seven closes of land called South West Heathfield and of a meadow adjoining which was formerly part of Long Meadow, formerly part of the barton of Hardwick. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £70

[no title]  69/M/2/138  19 August 1721

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of 1000 year lease
1) John Horsman of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 30 October 1620
1/8 of a parcel of ground called South-West Heathfields, 1/8 of a parcel of a close called Heathfields, late part of the barton of Hardwick and 1/8 part of a parcel of meadow called Long meadow, late part of the barton of Hardwick. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor with haybote and hedgebote in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £30

[no title]  69/M/2/139  13 May 1723

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Thomas Perryman, late of Hardwick, gent.
2) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
Original lease dated 24 June 1695 between George Yeo and Thomas Perryman
1/8 part of 5 closes of barton land called Kill Meadow, Long Parke, Hamparke, Crookney and the Grove.
Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor.
[barton of Hardwick]
Consideration: £10/10
Term: 99 years or two lives

[no title]  69/M/2/140  27 May 1724

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th part of a messuage called Hardwick and all ways leading from the north part of Kill Meadow to Hampark Corner and from there to the lower gate of the Westwood. Also 1/8th part of fields called the Wood Park, Broad Park, the Cross Park, the Verberry, the Rose Park, the Torr Park, the Culver Park, the Warren, the Rudge Park, the Will Park, the 2 Westwoods and the two Jordans Parks, part of the barton of Hardwick. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £60 17s 6d and surrender of leases bearing dates 6 May 1691, 14 April 1693 and 29 September 1696
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/141  29 September 1755

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Prideaux of Prideaux Castle, Cornwall, esquire
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Moiety of five closes of land called Kill meadow, Long Park, Ham Park, Crookney and the Grove, parcel of the barton of Hardwick. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £105
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 30s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/142  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Page from a title deed, reciting the history of a mortgage between John Warren and Michael Langdon for 5/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick and the purchase of the inheritance in fee simple by George Parker

LOWER LEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/143  1620

Contents:
Summary of a deed of grant
1) Edward Courtenay of Trethurfe, Cornwall
2) John Hele of Shaugh
1/8th of a messuage called Lower Leigh. Also 1/8th part of herbage and pasture on ¼ part of Torrecombe Wood. Also 1/8th part of a cottage called Denys Walls and lands appertaining. To hold after the death of John Hele, Joan his wife, and Joan their daughter

[no title]  69/M/2/144  8 November 1620

Contents:
Lease
1) Edward Courtenay of Trethurfe, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Hele of Shaugh, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement called Lower Lee with herbage and pasture on ¼ part of Torrecombe Wood. Also 1/8th part of a tenement called Denys Walls. Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor. Also common of estovers, housebote, haybote, hedgebote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood
Term: 1000 years. To commence on the death of John Hele, Johane his wife and Johane their daughter
Consideration: £12
Fine, rent and heriot illegible

[no title]  69/M/2/145  14 May 1650

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Hele of Shaugh, yeoman and Johane Hamlyne his daughter
2) Henry Kent of Cornwood
Property as above.
Consideration: £21
Term: 1000 years
With memorandum of Henry Kent giving all his title and interest in the property to his cousin John Kent. Not dated

[no title]  69/M/2/145a  20 June 1658

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Kent of Cornwood
2) Johane Hamlyne, daughter of John Hele, and John Hamlyne her son, both of Shaugh
Property as above.
Consideration: £30
Term: remainder of term of 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/146  2 April 1711

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Hamblyn yeoman, and Mary his wife, Thomas Stephens, yeoman, all of Yealmpton, and Thomas Stephens of Brixton, yeoman
2) Richard Hamblyn of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
Property as above.
Consideration: £40
Term: remainder of term of 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/147  4 June 1711

Contents:
Mortgage for £20 [Assignment of Lease]
1) Richard Hamblyn of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper, and Mary Hamblyn, widow, relict of John Hamblyn, deceased
2) Matthew Roe of Plymouth, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/148  19 February 1712/3

Contents:
Further mortgage for £6/9s + interest
1) Richard Hamblyn of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
2) Matthew Roe of Plymouth, gent.
Original mortgage dated 4 June 1711 between 1) and Mary Hamblyn of one part and Matthew Roe of the other. Principal sum: £20
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/149  4 February 1718/19

Contents:
Further mortgage for £20/11
1) Richard Hamlyn of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
2) Matthew Roe of Plymouth, gent.
Original mortgage dated 4 June 1711 between 1) and Mary Hamblyn of one part and Matthew Roe of the other. Principal sum: £20 Further mortgage dated 19 February 1713 for £6/9
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/150  27 August 1722

Contents:
Assignment of lease with redemption of mortgage
1) Matthew Roe of Plymouth, gent., and Richard Hamlyn of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 8 November 1620 between Edward Courtenay and John Hele
Property as above.
Consideration: £55/4/6 paid to Matthew Roe by 2)
£49/50/6 paid to Richard Hamlyn by 2)
Term: remainder 1000 years

MERRIFIELD - TENEMENT IN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/151  15 June 1649

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Sir Peter Courtney of Trethurfe, Cornwall, knight
2) Simon Hellier of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement with appurtenances in Merrifield. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote, plowbote and pasture on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: 30s

[no title]  69/M/2/152  2 & 3 January 1692

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Simon Hellyer of Modbury, clothier, (son and heir of Simon Hellyer, deceased), William Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman, and Mary his wife, (relict and executrix of Simon Hellyer) Nicholas Spark and John Spark both of Plympton St Mary, gents.
2) Frances Howell of Plympton St Mary, widow
1/8th part of a tenement in Merrifield in the manor of Plympton. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Torrecombe Wood. Also lands of Simon Hellyer, deceased, in the manor of Plympton Grange
Consideration: £260 paid to Simon Hellyer by 2)

[no title]  69/M/2/153  Hilary term 1692/3

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Nathaniel Ryder, gent., querent
2) Simon Hellyer, William Avent, and Mary his wife, deforciants
Lands in Merafield and Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/154  12 & 13 August 1763

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Collins of Queen's College, Oxford, gent.
2) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, son and heir of Sir Francis Vyvyan, deceased
3) Carewe Vyvyan of Oriel College, Oxford, esquire, Catherine and Grace Vyvyan of Meneage, Cornwall, spinsters, children of the said Sir Francis
4) John Hellier of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
5) Benjamin Furledon of Pilton, esquire
6) John Harris of Radford, esquire
1/8th part of tenement and land adjoining in Merrifield. With common of pasture, turbary, turf and moor wood on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Assignment of the same for the residue of a term of 600 years
Consideration: £18 paid to 3) by 4)
10s paid to 1) by 4)
5s paid to 2) by 4)
5s paid to 5) by 6)

[no title]  69/M/2/155  2 June 1769

Contents:
Release, Assignment and Agreement to levy a fine
1) John Bannick of Stoke Damerel, gent.
2) John Hellier of Plympton St Mary, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife
3) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
4) Ann Poulett of Albemarle Street, Middx
5) John Harris of Radford, esquire
6) Walter Radcliffe of Warleigh, esquire
Moiety of tenement called Merrifield with land adjoining, manor of Plympton. With common of pasture, turbary, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood. Also 1/8th part of a tenement formerly of Alice Hollier, widow. Also one other 1/8th part of the tenement called Merrifield. Also assignment of 2/8th parts and 1/8th part of the same for residue of several terms of 99 years. Also 1/8th part of the same for the residue of 600 years
Consideration: £5 paid to 1) by 3)
£5 paid to 2) by 4)
£5 paid to 5) by 6)
£922 10s paid to 2) by 3)
£22 10s paid by 3)'s bond of even date

MERRIFIELD: PIECE OF GROUND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/156  30 & 31 October 1772

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Humphrey Prideaux of Padstow, Cornwall, esquire, and George Prideaux, son and heir apparent of the said Humphrey
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Moiety of a piece of ground called Merrifield
Consideration: £12

[no title]  69/M/2/157  31 October 1772

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Roger Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent.
2) William Ilbert of Bowringsleigh, and William Elford Ilbert of Key House, West Alvington, esquires
3) Priscilla Snowdon, widow, and Mary Cranch, spinster, both of Plympton, Elizabeth Snowdon of Plympton, spinster (devisees named in the will of John Cranch)
4) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
1/8th part of a piece of ground called Merrifield
Consideration: £3

MERRIFIELD, WRENDWILLS AND BLAXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/158  2 February 1668/9

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farley, Hungerford Castle, Somerset, knight, Giles Hungerford of Freefolk, county of Southampton, esquire, and James Hayes of Lincolns Inn, Middx, esquire
2) William Elford of Lower Washbourne, Halwell, gent., and William Wilkes of Ernesettle, gent.
Three parts of a tenement called Merrifield with land adjoining, and a moiety of a field called Wrendwills. Also a moiety of a tenement called Blaxton and a cottage and a parcel of land called Furze Park. Also a moiety of a tenement in Blaxton

[no title]  69/M/2/159  24 & 25 October 1673

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., William Elford of Lower Washbourne, Halwell, gent., and William Wilks of Ernesettle, gent.
2) Richard Beele the elder of Barne, St Budeaux, gent.
4/8th parts of closes called the Menapark, the Doares Down, the Broadpark, Bernards Moor, Woodpark, the Bushpark, Hammadis Hill, the Wrendwills, all being parcel of tenements called Merrifield
Consideration: £300 paid to Simon by 2)
5s each paid to William Elford and William Wilks by 2)

[no title]  69/M/2/160  25 & 26 April 1683

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage [Lease and Release]
1) Robert Beele of Barne, clerk
2) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., and William Elford of Lower Washbourne, gent.
4/8th parts of closes called Menapark, Doares Down, Broadpark, Bernards Moor, Woodpark, Bushpark, Hamades Hill and Wrendwills
Consideration: [£200]

[no title]  69/M/2/161  9 May 1683

Contents:
Mortgage for £636 [Lease]
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, son, and Walter Hele, gent., his son and heir apparent
2) William Elford of Lower Washbourne, gent.
3) John Kellond of Painsford, esquire
Tenement with barn, shippons, stable, brew house, malt house, nursery, two herb gardens and three orchards called Merrifield. Also moiety of 13 closes of land called the Woodpark, Hammadis Hill, Two Meadows, the Three Parks, Doares Down, the Bushpark, Bernards Moor, Tothill Down, [...] Down, Broadpark, the Menapark and the Wrendwills. Moiety of a parcel of wood called the Earls Wood. With common of pasture, and turbary Lee Moor and common of estovers, housebote, haybote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood. (Term: 3000 years)
Also one other moiety of the same (term: 80 years or one life), and ¼ part (term: 3000 years) and also 1/8th parts of the same (term: 940 years), 1/8th part of the same (term: 99 years or two lives)
[With counterpart]
With bond for fulfilment of same. Dated 9 May 1683
With Memorandum of acknowledgment of sum owing. Of equal date.

[no title]  69/M/2/162  29 September 1703

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Horsman of Yealmpton, gent.
2) Audryann Horsman, spinster, daughter of 1)
Original lease dated 14 December 1697 between Sir Richard Vyvyan and 1)
1/8 of two tenements and a farthing of land in Merrifield and of one parcel of land called Wrendwills. Also 1/8th part of one tenement and ½ farthing of land in Merrifield. Also 1/8th part of a tenement called Blaxton with the 1/8th part of a cottage in Blaxton. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood with common of turbary and turfs or moor wood. Also coppice wood from Earls wood
Consideration: Natural love and affection
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/163  9 September 1712

Contents:
Mortgage for £768 10s and £183 15s with declaration of the purposes of suffering a Common Recovery
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Sarah his wife
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
3) Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire
4) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3/4 parts of a tenement called Meryfield and of 13 closes of land called the Woodpark, the Hammadis Hill, the Two Meadows, the Three Parks and Quarry, the Deares Down, the [?] Park, Bernards Moore, Tothill Down Meadow, Tothill Down, Broadpark, Six Acres, the Menapark, the Wrendwills. Also 3/4 part of a tenement called Blaxton and Blaxton Cottage.
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood
Common Recovery levied by 1) in Easter term 1712

[no title]  69/M/2/164  16 & 17 February 1713/4

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., eldest son and heir of Walter Hele, deceased
2) William Hele and Joseph Hele both of Merrifield, gents.
Moiety of tenement called Merrifield with land adjoining. With common of pasture and turbary, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £40

[no title]  69/M/2/165  15 September 1716

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John and Audrey Ann Avent of Brixton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8 of Merafield, Wrendwills and Blaxton with common on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood
Term: residue of 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s 10½d pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/166  25 March 1717

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8 of two tenement and a farthing of land in Merrifield and of one parcel of land called Wrendwills. Also 1/8th part of one tenement and ½ farthing of land in Merrifield. Also 1/8th part of a tenement called Blaxton with the 1/8th part of a cottage in Blaxton. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood with common of turbary and turfs or moor wood. Also coppice wood from Earls wood
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s 10½
Heriot: 15s

[no title]  69/M/2/167  27 May 1724

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Property as above.
Consideration: £20 and surrender of lease dated 5th March 1717
Rent: 8s 10½d
Heriot: 15s

[no title]  69/M/2/168  1 August 1753

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Property as above.
Consideration: £22 10s and surrender of lease dated 27 May 1724
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s 10½d
Heriot: 15s

MIDDLEWOODS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/169  20 May 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) Christopher, Lord Duke of Albemarle
2) Grace Miller of Underwood, widow
Moiety of two field, one meadow and one parcel of ground called Middlewoods, bounded on the west by the road from Underwood to Hardwick, and common of pasture on Lee Moor
Consideration: £72 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 10½d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/170  29 September 1706

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, Bt.
2) Mary Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, widow
1/8th part of Middlewoods tenement with common of turbary and turfs or Moorwood
Consideration: £17 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 8½d ½ farthing
Heriot: 6s 8d

[no title]  69/M/2/171  8 May 1758

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Anna Maria and Sarah Sparke of Chaddlewood, Plympton, spinsters
2) Mary Burnell of Plymouth, widow
Original leases dated 29 September 1706 between Sir Richard Vyvyan and Mary Sparke, 29 September 1747 between George Parker and Edward Sparke
2/8th parts and ¼ part of fields and one orchard called Middlewoods. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estovers, housebote, haybote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £86
Term: several terms of 99 years
Rent: 1s 8 ½d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/172  12 & 13 August 1763

Contents:
Lease and Release, Quitclaim and Assignment
1) John Collins of Queen's College Oxford, gent., son and heir of Edward Collins, deceased
2) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, son and heir of Sir Francis Vyvyan, deceased
3) Carewe Vyvyan of Oriel College, Oxford, esquire, Catherine and Grace Vyvyan of Meneage, Cornwall, spinsters, children of the said Sir Francis
4) Elizabeth Burnell of Plympton, spinster
5) Benjamin Furledon of Pilton, esquire
[6) Lampen Harris]
1/8th part of tenement called Middlewoods. With common of pasture, turbary, turf and moor wood on Lee Moor. With assignment of the residue of a term of 600 years
Consideration: £24 paid to 3) by 4)
10s paid to 1) by 4)
5s paid to 2) by 4)
5s paid to 5) by Lampen Harris

[no title]  69/M/2/173  6 December 1776

Contents:
Abstract of title of Nicholas and Joseph Emett of Par, Cornwall to Middle Woods in Plympton. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1726-1777

[no title]  69/M/2/174  3 and 4 January 1777

Contents:
Lease and Release and Assignment
1) Nicholas Emett of Parr, Cornwall, clothier, and Joseph Emett of Austle [sic], Cornwall, tinner
2) Elizabeth Harries of Plymouth, widow and administratrix of the goods of Lampen Harris
Tenement called Middlewoods, with common of pasture, turbary and turfs on Lee Moor
Release of 1/8th part
Assignment 1/8th part for residue term 600 years
Assignment 1/8th part for residue term 1000 years
Assignment ¼ part for residue term of 99 years
Consideration: £300

NORTHLAKES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/175  27 May 1724

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th part of two closes of land called Northlakes
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood
Consideration: £9 2s 6d
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Joseph Hele
Rent: 1s 2d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/176  1 August 1753

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th part of two closes of land called Northlakes with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £4 2s 6d and surrender of lease dated 27 May 1724
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 2d

ORESTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/177  13 August 1763

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release], Quitclaim
1) John Collins of Queen's College Oxford, gent., son and heir of Edward Collins, deceased
2) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, son and heir of Sir Francis Vyvyan, deceased
3) Carewe Vyvyan of Oriel College, Oxford, esquire, Catherine and Grace Vyvyan of Meneage, Cornwall, spinsters, children of the said Sir Francis
4) William Samuel of Plympton, yeoman
5) Benjamin Furledon of Pilton, esquire
[6) Lampen Harris of Plymouth, gent., and William Lambell]
1/8th part of the passage of ferry over the River Plym between Oreston and Cattedown and of the boats and landing places used. With assignment of the same for the residue of 600 years
Consideration: £90 paid to 3) by 6)
10s paid to 1) by 6)
5s paid to 2) by 6)
5s paid to 5) by Lampen Harris

[no title]  69/M/2/178  9 November 1773

Contents:
Lease for a year [from a Lease and Release]
1) Eleanor Lambell of Plymouth, widow
2) Thomas Cooper of Southampton, Hampshire, mariner, and William Wallow of the same place, mariner
¼ of ferry commonly called Oreston passage [and lands at Oreston
Consideration: 10s

WINDMILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/179  17 July 1812

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Honey Bowden of Bickham, gent.
2) Mary Honey of Bickham, widow, mother of 1)
3) Christopher Savery of South Efford, gent.
Two fields called Windmills
Consideration: 10s and securing of annuity to 2)
Term: residue of two terms of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/180  15 August 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) Christopher Savery of South Efford, gent.
2) Mary Honey of Bickham, widow
3) John Harvey junior of Plymstock, yeoman
Two fields called the Windmills
Term: 5 years
Rent: £90 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/181  25 August 1814

Contents:
Re-assignment of Lease
1) Christopher Savery of South Efford, gent.
2) William Honey Bowden of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Original lease dated 17 July 1812 between 2), Mary Honey and 1)
Two fields called the Windmills and common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe [Wood]
Term: residue of several terms of 99 years

MULTIPLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/182  11 October 1620

Contents:
Copy of Feoffment
1) Edward Courtney of Penryn, Cornwall, esquire
2) James Bagg the younger of Plymouth, gent., and George Bagg, his son and heir apparent
1/8th part of three tenements in Merrifield and of a close of land called Wrendwills and of a tenement and cottage in Blaxton. Also 1/8th part of Chilston tenement and of two closes of land called Northlakes and a close of land called Castlehay. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Torrecombe Wood. Also 1/8th part of fishing called the Haking at Lary [Laira]. Also 1/8th part of a little creek called Culver Hole. Also 1/8th part of Ellacombe tenement, Bickham tenement, Saltram wood, Saltram Quarry and a close of land called Earles Acre. Also common of turbary in Earls Wood alias Shaugh wood
Consideration: £230

[no title]  69/M/2/183  20 March 1668/9

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Sir Edward Hungerford of Farley, Hungerford Castle, Somerset, knight, Giles Hungerford of Freefolk, county of Southampton, esquire, and James Hayes of Lincolns Inn, Middx, esquire
2) Sir Philip Carteret of Hawnes, Bedfordshire, knight, and Robert Clayton of London, scrivener
Moiety of: tenement with lands adjoining called Ellacombe; a tenement and lands called Bickham and of another tenement called Bickham; lands called Northlakes; tenement called North Leigh; closes of lands called Leigh Parks; tenement and closes of land called Hay and Tothill Downs; lands called Saltram wood and the Haskers. Also part of Earles wood with portion of commons of Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £1800

[no title]  69/M/2/184  30 January 1625/6

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir James Bagg of Plymouth, knight
2) Simon Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent.
1/8th part of a tenement and farthing of land and cottage situated in Blackstone. Also 1/8th part of two tenements and a farthing of land in Merafield. Also 1/8th part of two closes of land called Northlakes. Also 1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land in Chilstone. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estovers, housebote, haybote and plowbote in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £100
Term: 1000 years to commence on various deaths
Rent: 10s 13d farthing and 3/8ths of a ½d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/185  18 December 1679

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir George Carteret, knight, one of the lords of the manor of Plympton
2) Walter Bishipe of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
¼ part of a tenement called Elicombe. With common of pasture and turbary on the Moor and Torrecombe with turfs and moor wood. Also coppice wood from Earls wood
Consideration: £70
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s and a farthing
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/186  8 September 1684

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll
1) Elizabeth Lover, wife of John Lover, and Johane Lover the younger, their son
2) Elizabeth Carteret, widow
Eight tenements and ½ furling of lands in Bickham with lands on Bickham Down
Entry fine: £60

[no title]  69/M/2/187  26 July 1694

Contents:
Lease
1) Peter Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) William Aldwin the elder of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
Close of land lying to the north of Middle Lane which leads from Underwood towards Blackstone. Also a close of land situated at Holbeton Green to the north of Middle Lane. Also a tenement in Underwood to the south of the highway leading to Blackstone. Also a close of land called Hillpark to the north of the highway to Blackstone and to the south of Middle Lane. Also a close of land called the Little Park to the south of the highway from Underwood to Blackstone
Consideration: £50
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 37s
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/188  10 September 1695

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Arthur Adams of Ratliffe, (only son and heir of John Adams of Plymouth, deceased), Sarah Hooke of Plymouth, widow, (only daughter of the said John Adams) and John Pearse of Beach, gent.
2) Philip Westlake of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement, two gardens and a close of land in Underwood
Consideration: £30

[no title]  69/M/2/189  26 December 1696

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) Edward Janes of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
Tenement in Underwood bounded to the south of the highway from Underwood to Blaxton. Also three closes of land called Lower close, Middle meadow and Little close
Consideration: £40 and two guineas
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 30s pa
Heriot: 13s 4d
Endorsed with a memorandum of Edward James for doing service at the manorial courts. Dated 26 December 1696

[no title]  69/M/2/190  1 January 1696/7

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) Philip Westlake of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two closes of land at Underwood, one called Easterhill Park, both bounded on the north by the highway from Lakehead to Blaxton and on the south by the Middle Lane leading from Maiden Well to Holbeton Green. Also a close of land at Underwood bounded on the east by the Middle Lane and on the south by the lane called the passageway. Also another close bounded on the north by the passageway and on the south by the Saltmarsh
Consideration: £75 and one guinea
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 32s 6d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/191  29 September 1700

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, knight, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Philip Westlake of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement and a farthing of land in Ellacombe. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood. Also common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s 6d ½ farthing pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/192  6 June 1705

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) George Yeo of Burraton, Cornwall, gent., (eldest son and heir of George Yeo late of Burraton, deceased) and Anne Yeo of Burraton, widow, mother of said George
2) Thomas Mogridge of Wembury, yeoman
3) Thomas Boger of Plymstock, yeoman
1/8th part of Carons tenement situated at Elburton. Also 1/8th part of two tenements and a farthing of land situated in Elburton held by Daniel Candish, Also 1/8th part of one tenement and ½ farthing of land at Elburton and of four closes of barton land Fluds Northlakes and Wallond and land at Stonely held by Mary Stevens. Also 1/8th part of a barn and two closes called Banhall and Deane, part of tenement called Northin Town. Also 1/8th part of a tenement called Deanes. Also 1/8th part of another tenement and ½ farthing of land situated in Elburton held by Thomas Boger
Consideration: £117 paid by 2) to 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/193  26 February 1705/6

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) Grace Cole of Plymstock, widow
Close of land in Underwood bounded on the south by the highway called lower lane leading from Blackstone
Consideration: £7 10s and one guinea
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Grace Cole
Rent: 16d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/194  22 [?] 1719

Contents:
Copy of Mortgage for £300 [Bargain and Sale]
1) Courtenay Crokker of Lyneham, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary
Moiety of a toft and closes of land called Barnfords, Clavena Parks, the meadow, Battisford, Slade, the Middle Battisford, the Wester Battisford and the Easter Battisford. With common of pasture on Lee Moor. Also all other lands formerly of Sir Edward Courtenay in Plympton St Mary, parcels of the manor of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/195  2 February 1726/7

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Jewell Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., executor of the will of Mary Sparke
2) Edward Sparke of Topsham, gent.
2/8th parts and ¼ parts of two closes of barton land called Windmills alias Norther Windmills and of closes of land called Middlewoods, with an orchard in Underwood
Consideration: £80
Term: residue of several terms of 99 years and a term of 1000 years. To commence on the death of 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/196  29 September 1730

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Joseph Hele of Merrifield, gent., and Silas Bickford of Plymstock, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement called Wixenford. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £125 and one guinea
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 9d pa
Heriot: 20s or 1/8th part of the best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/197  29 September 1736

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of the 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) Andrew Watts of Plympton St Mary, clerk
1/8th part of a tenement called Ley alias Northley and of barton land called Ley Parks. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £50
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3s 4½d

[no title]  69/M/2/198  14 June 1757

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet
2) Mary Hele of Plympton St Mary, widow
1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land called in Merrifield. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary turf and moor wood
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/199  29 September 1757

Contents:
Lease [partial]
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan, baronet, lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th of the fishing called the Haking
Consideration: £3
Term: [99 years or three lives]
Rent: [15d]

[no title]  69/M/2/200  29 September 1758

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Bulteel of Fleet Damerel, esquire
2) Emanuel Burnell of Plympton Maurice, tanner Dwelling house, tan yard, stable and garden in Plympton St Maurice. Also six fields situated at Underwood
Term: 21 years
Rent: £15 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/201  8 May 1759

Contents:
Lease
1) Egerton Filmore of Lympstone, gent., and George Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent., (assignees of Nicholas Dennys, son and heir of Nicholas Dennys esquire, deceased, and John Wyse of Kingsbridge, gent., (assignee of Henry Cruwys late of New Inn, Middx, gent.). Which said Nicholas Dennys deceased and Henry Cruwys deceased were trustees appointed by William Fortescue esquire
2) Elizabeth Fortescue of Fallapit, spinster
3) John Hellier of Plympton St Mary, woolcomber
Three closes of land called Lower Close, Middle Meadow and Little Close
Consideration: £36
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 30s pa
Heriot: 13s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/202  29 September 1763

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Humphrey Prideaux of Place, Cornwall, esquire
2) Christopher Rouse of Plymstock, yeoman
Moiety of a field called Hooe Street situated to the west of Turnchapel, manor of Plympton, Plymstock Parish
Consideration: £90
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/203  24 March 1775

Contents:
Lease for a year [from a Lease and Release]
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Four closes of land, part of Aldwyns alias Langs tenement
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/204  20 November 1800

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Roger Ilbert Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent., John Seale of Mount Boon, esquire, (surviving trustee of the will of William Ilbert), Peter Ilbert of Quay House, esquire, and Elizabeth Mayhowe of Plympton, widow, owners of 1/8th part of the lordship of the manor of Plympton
2) Edward Hendey of Elburton, yeoman
Woods tenement situated in the village of Elburton. Also 1/8th part of a field called Pollux Park situated near Elburton. Also 1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land called Larks Downs situated at Elburton and 1/8th part of three fields called Eastern Heiffield and of a moiety of a field called Day meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £13 13s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/205  27 May 1803

Contents:
Covenant
1) Richard Boger of East Stonehouse, esquire, Alexander Edwards of Plymstock, yeoman, Thomas Lillicrap the younger of Shaugh, yeoman, Edward Hendey and Bernard Boger both of Plymstock, yeomen, and Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Agreement to pay yearly chief rents reserved in 6 Lease and Release dated 24 & 25 March 1803 for the following properties:
[Pikes home] tenement and three closes of barton land called the Eastern Gore, the Warren Gore and [illegible] Gore, situated near Elburton. Also ¼ part of Eastern Heathfields and Long Meadow. 1/8th part of a tenement called Blackaller and 4/8th parts of Torrecombe Cot. ¼ part of Dean tenement and 1/8th part of fields called Great and Little Bowhall. 1/8th part of a tenement called Down in Town and of four fields, Great and Little Churchway, Nothill and Great Halwell, all near Elburton. Tenement in the village and fields of Elburton.

[no title]  69/M/2/206  22 July 1807

Contents:
Agreement for Conveyance
1) Robert Crispin of Woolwich, Kent, gent., and John Williams of St Clements, Middlesex, [illegible]
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Fee simple of ¼ part of the ferry between Oreston and Cattedown with ¼ part of the two passage boats belonging to the same and use of the landing places
Consideration: £230
With Assignment of lease
The Passage House in Cattedown
Consideration: £80
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/207  19 June 1809

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Josias Rowse of Holbeton, yeoman
2) John Rowse of West Hoe, Plymstock, yeoman
Original lease dated 29 September 1763 between Humphrey Prideaux and Christopher Rowse
Moiety of a field called Hoe Steart
Consideration: £250
Term: residue of 99 years or three lives

[no title]  69/M/2/208  22 June 1810

Contents:
Lease for a year [from lease and release]
1) Elizabeth Mayhowe of Plympton St Maurice, widow
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Reversionary interest in 3/4th parts of an orchard at Drunken Bridge, bounded on the north by a highway from Plympton Erle to Underwood
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/209  30 May 1816

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Honey Bowden of Bickham, gent.
2) John Earle and Joseph Earle, the younger, both of Churchstow, gents.
Original lease dated 17 February 1793 between Humphrey Prideaux and Richard Honey
Moiety of three fields called Windmills. Also 3/8ths and 1/8th in two fields called the Windmills
Consideration: £525
Term: residue of several terms of 99 years
Rent: 13 6d
Heriot: 20s for the moiety
15s for the 3/8ths
5s for the 1/8th

[no title]  69/M/2/210  16 & 17 March 1835

Contents:
Lease and Release in trust to settle an ownership dispute
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Treby Hele Hays of Delamore, Plympton St Mary, esquire
3) Sir Ralph Lopes of Maristow, Baronet, and Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon, Wembury, esquire
Piece of common land at Cornwood and Shaugh
With coloured plan

[no title]  69/M/2/211  10 & 11 February 1840

Contents:
Mortgage for £1500 [Lease and Release and Assignment]
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Adams Welsford of Exeter, esquire
5/8th and 3/8th parts of tenement called Blackaller with common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood. 4/8th and 4/8th parts of a piece of land called Torrecombe Cot with common of pasture as before and common of turbary or turf or moor wood on Torrecombe wood. Also 7/8th and 1/8th parts of tenement called Whitehill. Also sums of money which should become due to John Parker, earl of Morley, by Indenture of Release dated 11 December 1839
Endorsed with John Bayly's memorandum of payment of the principal sum. Dated 30 May 1848
Enclosed is a receipt issued by the Naval Bank for £656 5s. Dated 11 February 1840

[no title]  69/M/2/212  10 March 1848

Contents:
Notice to pay mortgage debt issued by Messrs Welsford and Ward to Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Mortgage dated 10 & 11 February 1840 [See above]

[no title]  69/M/2/212a  [1848]

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Blackaller, Torrecombe and Whitehill, delivered upon the repayment of a mortgage debt

PLYMPTON GRANGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/213  29 September 1663

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir John Howe of Little Compton, Gloucestershire, baronet, lord of the manor of Plympton Grange
2) William Howell of Blaxton, gent.
Three fields called Collaparks
Consideration: £30 and surrender of a former lease
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 13s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/214  29 September 1663

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir John Howe of Little Compton, Gloucestershire, baronet, lord of the manor of Plympton grange
2) William Howell of Blaxton, gent., Frances Howell his wife, and Walter Hele, son of Simon Hele of Merrifield, gent.
Three closes of ground called Pryors Parks
Consideration: £150
Term: Lives of William and Frances Howell
Rent: 25s 4d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/215  20 February 1668/9

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) John Grubham Howe of Little Compton, county of Gloucester, esquire
2) Simon Hellier of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Tenements now occupied by 2) for the term of his life in the said manor
Consideration: £150

[no title]  69/M/2/216  21 February 1668/9

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Sir John Howe of Little Compton in the county of Gloucester, baronet, and John Grabham Howe, esquire, second son of the said John
2) William Howell of Merrifield, gent., and Frances his wife
3) Sir John Fowell, knight, Recorder of the City of London and brother of 2), George Treeby of the Middle Temple, London, gent., and Francis Doidge of Hurleditch, Lamerton, gent.
Two meadows called Coleparks alias Colaparks. Also parcels of land called Priors Parks
Consideration: £160 paid to 1) by 2)
5s paid to 1) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/217  26 September 1674

Contents:
Settlement by Feoffment
1) Mary Hellier of Merrifield, widow
2) Nicholas Sparke the elder of Plympton St Maurice, John Sparke, Walter Perryman the elder, and Thomas Hellier all of Plympton St Mary
16 acres of land in the said manor [illegible]
Consideration: £70 and payment of debts of 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/218  12 December 1679

Contents:
Reconveyance
1) Sir John Howell of London, knight, and George Treebie of the Middle Temple, esquire
2) William Howell of Merrifield, gent., and Frances his wife
Original conveyance dated 22 February 1669 between John Grabham Howe of the 1st part and Sir John Howell, George Treeby and Francis Doidge of the second part
Two meadows called Coleparks alias Colaparks. Also parcels of land called Priors Parks

[no title]  69/M/2/219  20 November 1685

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Frances Howell of Blaxton, relict of William Howell, deceased
2) Walter Hele son of Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
3) John Sweeting of Plympton St Mary, clerk, and Walter Elford son of Francis Elford of Ilsham, gent.
Two meadows called Coleparks alias Colaparks. Also parcels of land called [Priors Parks]

[no title]  69/M/2/220  4 December 1685

Contents:
Settlement by Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Frances Howell of Blaxton, relict of William Howell, deceased
2) Walter Hele, son of Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
3) John Sweeting of Plympton St Mary, clerk, and Walter Elford, son of Francis Elford of Ilsham, gent.
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/221  25 March 1698

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Samuel Kempe of Penryn, Cornwall, gent., grandson and heir of Samuel Bury, deceased
2) John Cowling of Plympton Earl, cordwainer
Close of land called Blanch Hill and parcel of the quillet adjoining
Consideration: £50 7s

[no title]  69/M/2/222  1 October 1713

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
2) John Gould of Lyons Inn, Middx, gent.
3) Henry Horton of the Middle temple, London, gent.
Two meadows called Cole Parks alias Colaparks
Also parcels of ground called Priors Parks
Consideration: 5s paid by 2) to 1)
Endorsed with a memorandum that a Recovery has been sued

[no title]  69/M/2/223  9 & 10 May 1715

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Two meadows called Coleparks alias Colaparks alias Great Colepark and Little Cole Park alias Great Colapark and Little Colapark. Also parcels of land called Priors Parks alias Great Priors Park and Little Priors Park
Consideration: £400
[With draft Release]

PLYMPTON GRANGE AND PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/224  25 September 1674

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Mary Hellier of Plympton St Mary, widow
2) Nicholas Sparke the elder of Plympton St Maurice, and John Sparke, Matthew Perryman the elder, and Thomas Hellyer, all of Plympton St Mary
Lands in Merrifield and also the 1/8th part of a tenement in Merrifield

[no title]  69/M/2/225  12 October 1756

Contents:
Mortgage for £100 [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) Elizabeth Hele of Merrifield, spinster, sister and heir at law of Simon Hele, deceased
2) John Bannick of Stoke Damerel, gent.
Moiety of a tenement called Merrifield with land adjoining. With common of pasture and turbary, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood. Also 1/8th part of a tenement in Merrifield with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Terrecombe Wood. Also tenements previously possessed by Simon Hele, deceased in the manor of Plympton Grange, Plympton St Mary. Also a field called Priors Park alias Thornevill Down situated near Thornafield

[no title]  69/M/2/226  20 March 1758

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1) John Bannick of Stoke Damerel, victualler, John Hellier of Plympton St Mary, woolcomber, and Elizabeth his wife
2) Simon Brooking of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above

PLYMPTON HALWILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/227  29 October 1605

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Valepit [Fallapit], esquire
2) Thomas Adams of Plympton St Mary, tanner
One close of land in Underwood on the south part of Lower Lane leading from Blackstone to Linket Lane and to the north of Middle Lane
Consideration: £20
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 16d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/228  5 June 1649

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) John Walker the younger of Underwood, yeoman
Tenement with garden at Underwood on the north of the highway at Underwood leading from Clapperhead to Blackstone. Also two herb gardens in Underwood lying to the north and south of the aforesaid street. Also two closes of land called Merrifield Cross close and Fennel Park, a little close of ground called Swynes Close and two parcels of landscore called Longe Gore and the other lying adjacent to the Easter wood called Heywood, all lying in Plympton Earle.
Term: 99 years or three lives
Consideration: £80
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/229  25 March 1708

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) William Frost of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
Property as above.
Consideration: £100
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of Mary Pyke and Eleanor Goss
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: 10s
Endorsed with a memorandum concerning the circumstances of the non-payment of the consideration. Undated

[no title]  69/M/2/230  26 July 1719

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Palmer of Shaugh, yeoman, and William Frost of Underwood, joiner
2) Edmond Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
Original leases dated 5 June 1649 between John Fortescue and John Walker the younger and 25 March 1708
Parcel of landscore land called Long Gore situated at Gore
Consideration: 40s paid to John Palmer by 2)
£4 paid to William frost by 2)
Term: residue of two terms of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/231  14 April 1724

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmond Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) William Frost of Underwood, carpenter
Property as in 69/M/2/228
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death James Frost and Eleanor Goss
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/232  25 March 1728

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) Roger Lang the elder of Plympton St Maurice, tallow chandler
Close of land lying to the north of Middle Lane leading from Underwood to Blackstone and to the south of the Passageway. Also a close of land lying at Holbeton Green to the north of Middle Lane and to the south of Plympton Marsh. Also a tenement in Plympton Underwood lying on the south of the highway leading towards Blackstone and another close of land called Hill Park lying to the north of the highway leading towards Blackstone and to the south of Middle Lane. Also a close of land called the Little Park to the south of the highway from Underwood to Blackstone
Consideration: £10 and one guinea
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Roger Lang the younger and Mary Lang
Rent: 10s pa for 1st two closes. 27s pa for the tenement and two other closes of land
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/233  30 January 1732

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) Simon Hellier of Plympton St Mary, woolcomber
Close of land in Underwood to the south of the highway called Lower lane from Blackstone to Linkett lane, and on the north of Middle lane leading from Underwood to Blackstone
Consideration: £10
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Grace Cole
Rent: 16d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/234  29 September 1735

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) William Fortescue of Buckland Filleigh and of Fallapit, esquire
2) Mary Hellier of Underwood, widow
Property as in 69/M/2/228
Consideration: £40 and two guineas
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of James Frost
Rent: 28s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/235  9 October 1742

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) William Fortescue, Master of the Rolls
2) John Westlake of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Tenement or four closes situated at Underwood. The first close called Easter Hill Park. The second close adjoining the first bounded on the north by the highway from Lakehead to Blaxton and on the south by Middle lane. The third close bounded on the north by Middle lane and on the south by the Passage Way leading to Holbeton Green. Fourth close bounded on the north with the Passage Way and on the south by the Salt Marshes
Consideration: £40 and two guineas
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Elizabeth Westlake
Rent: 32s 6d pa
Heriot: 10s

PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/236  25 January 1750

Contents:
Grant in fee farm
1) John Duke and earl of Bedford
2) John Jeffery of Plymouth, rope maker
Farm consisting of seven parcels called Swemplett, Stentaway, the Higher, Lower and Little Sloaden and the Ficenes, being a moiety of Horsmans tenement
Consideration: £120
Rent: £1 11s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/237  31 July 1807

Contents:
Covenant re collection of rents and heriots and production of deeds
1) John Russell, Duke of Bedford
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Accompanies Lease and Release dated 30 and 31 July 1807 between 1) and 2) for:
Closes of land called Great and Little Bloxton, being part of Hawkins tenement. Part of a close called West Billacombe. Close of land called Kingsland, part of Picken's moiety of Barnacott.
Closes called Great and Little Blaxton, part of Fill's moiety of Futterells. Close called East Bushelly and Billacombe, parts of Cooker's alias Gyddy's home tenement. Close called Little Foyston, part of Buttel's. Portway Park, part of Bickham's tenement. Reedhill Orchard and Furze, part of a moiety of Andrew's tenement. West Bushelly Field, part of a moiety of Barnacotts
With schedules of land purchased by 2) and of deeds

[no title]  69/M/2/238  31 July 1807

Contents:
Covenant re collection of rents and heriots and production of deeds
1) John Russell, Duke of Bedford
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
3) John Harris of [Harford], esquire
Supplemental to Lease and Release dated 30 & 31 July 1807
Closes of land called Blaxton's Brake and Lower Billacombe, part of Land's tenement. Closes called [Busherell], Reedhill orchard and Nursery and Portway part of Foster's Ley's tenement.
Close called Blaxton part of a moiety of Furze.
Close called Blaxton, part of Cloak's. Closes called Bloxton and Great Bloxton. Part of Peek's tenement. Part of Marchants tenement. Part of Lond's tenement
With schedules of land purchased by 2) and 3), and schedule of deeds

[no title]  69/M/2/239  17 & 18 May 1830

Contents:
Lease and Release with declaration of the uses of a Fine
1) Thomas Pitts of Plymouth, maltster
2) Henry Ratty of East Prawle, yeoman, and Jane his wife
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
4) George Pridham of Plymouth, gent.
5) Mary Glanville Hodson of the same, widow
Fields called the Great and Little Ficences being part of a moiety of Horsman's tenement
Consideration: £450 to 2) by 3)
10s to 1) by 3)
Rent: 6s 6d pa
With schedule of deeds

POLSLOE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/240  9 February 1697/8

Contents:
Lease
1) Peter Clapp of St Sidwell, Exeter, yeoman
2) John Kingdome of the same, tallow chandler
Three closes of land of the barton of Polsloe
Term: From 25 December 1697 for the natural life of Peter Clapp
Rent: £14/10s pa

PYCTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/241  11 May 1565

Contents:
Extract from the court roll of the manor of Pycton Bond
1) Robert Jacob and John Tycheman
2) John Parker, esquire
Penal sum: £100
Within one year of coming of age, Michael Rousewell, son of John Rousewell of Brome shall make a release of the premises called Brome to John Parker, and acquit him of any disputes and debts arising before the date of this bond

RELLIO  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/242  20 March 1759

Contents:
Lease
1) John Harris of Pickwell, esquire
2) Gideon Mapowder of Pyworthy, carpenter
Tenement called Newcourt and lands called Prabham with messuages and lands in Newcourt and Chilsworthy or called Newcourt. All being situated in the hamlet of Chilsworthy, Holsworthy
Consideration: £100
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Joan Cory
Rent: £2 13s 4d
Heriot: best beast or £2 13s 4d

STANTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/242a  29 January 1761

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Francis Stonard Newcombe of Exeter, gent.
2) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
3) Rawlin Mallcock of Cockington, esquire
4) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
5) Ann Poulett of Albemarle Street, Westminster Manor, barton and farm of Stanton alias Stantor, Marldon
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 5)
5s paid to 3) by 5)

STOKE CANON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/243  1 May 1641

Contents:
Lease
1) Edward Bampfylde of Stoke Canon, gent.
2) James Cuttyford of Pinhoe, labourer
Wood called Drews Clieffs
Consideration: £3 and surrender of premises
Term: 99 years or five lives
Rent: 40s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/244  1 June 1646

Contents:
Lease [two copies]
1) James Rodd of Stoke Canon, gent.
2) Nicholas Barry of Stoke Canon, tailor
Tenement in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £71
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/245  1 December 1680

Contents:
Lease
1) Bamfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) Richard Osmond of Stoke Canon, blacksmith
Dwelling house, backfield, garden and orchard in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £10
Term: 99 years or one life
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/246  4 September 1686

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) Wilmote Barry of Stoke Canon, widow
Tenement in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £28 and Surrender of lease dated 1 June 1646
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa and one gill of honey

[no title]  69/M/2/247  9 December 1692

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire and Bridget his wife
2) Henry Osmond of Stoke Canon, blacksmith
Tenement in Stoke Canon
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 19 February 1670
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: best beast or 46s

[no title]  69/M/2/248  6 September 1698

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) George Efford his servant
Tenement in the town of Stoke Canon
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 24s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/249  15 August 1702

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) George Efford of Stoke Canon, yeoman
Tenement in Stoke Canon
Consideration: 20 guineas and surrender of lease dated 24 December 1675
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16s 6d pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/2/250  29 September 1703

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) Joane Cuttiford of Stoke Canon, spinster
Tenement called Drews Cleaves in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £70 and one broad piece of gold
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of John Cuttiford the elder
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/251  2 September 1704

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) Henry Osmond of Stoke Canon, blacksmith
Tenement in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £30 and one broad piece of gold
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of 2) and Joane his wife
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: best beast or 46s 8d

[no title]  69/M/2/252  25 December 1709

Contents:
Assignment Lease
1) Sir Thomas Putt of Combe, baronet
2) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
Original lease dated 22 August 1709 between the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter, and 1)
Two water grist mills and two closes of land called Berry Park, all lying in Stoke Canon
Consideration: £50 and surrender of lease in the said premises
Term: 21 years
Rent: 36s

[no title]  69/M/2/253  8 October 1723

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Robert Price, esquire, baron of HM Court of Exchequer, and Sir John Trevelyan of Nethercombe, Somerset, baronet, trustees appointed by the will of the late Sir Thomas Putt
2) Raymond Putt of Gittisham, esquire, heir of the said Sir Thomas Putt
3) Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Canon
Original lease dated 22 August 1723 between the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St Peter, Exeter, and 1)
Two water grist mills and a field called Berry Park
Consideration: £50 and surrender of a lease of the premises
Rent: £1 16s pa
Term: 21 years

SUTTON PILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/254  26 December 1769

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Sir John Molesworth of Pencarrow, Cornwall, Bt.
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Field called The Goar
Consideration: £48 and 13s and one moidore for lady's money
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/255  1831

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sir William Molesworth, Bt., for the manor of Sutton Pill, Plymouth, in particular to a messuage in Water Lane and dwelling houses in Lambhay Hill, Plymouth. Recites deeds and associated papers 1754-1823

SUTTON PRIOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/256  26 September 1808

Contents:
Lease
1) Mayor and Commonality of Plymouth
2) John Kingdon of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Messuage or toft and orchard situated in Underwood on the south part of a way from Blackstone to Plymouth. Also a close of land on the south part of the Middle way from Blackstone to Plympton. Also another close of land in Underwood on the south of the Higher Way leading from Blackstone to Plympton
Consideration: £71 10s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Henry Tolcher
Rent: 19s 6d pa
Heriot: 40s

TORMOHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/257  nd 1844

Contents:
Notice issued to John Cowell of Torre, gent. by Joseph Collier Cookworthy for payment of the principal sum of £475 due on a mortgage within six months. Mortgage dated 20 February 1835 made between John Cowell and Harriett Netherton
Dwelling house with buildings belonging situated at the upper eastern end of a field called Beenland

TRINITY LEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/258  10 June 1626

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Holcombe of Crediton, gent., John Pridham of Newton St Cyres, yeoman
2) William Dark of Coleridge, husbandman
Closes of land called Lee Downes
Consideration: £10
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the expiration of the interest of William Bodleigh
Rent: 10s
Heriot: 26s 8d

[no title]  69/M/2/259  25 May 1669

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Holcombe of London, merchant
2) Anthony Cockeram of Coleridge, weaver
Closes of land called Lee Downs
Consideration: £12
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Deborah Darke and Izett Darke
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 26s 8d

[no title]  69/M/2/260  25 May 1669

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Holcombe of London, merchant
2) Margaret Drake of Coleridge, widow
Messuage called Lower Chilverton
Consideration: £120
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 26s 8d
Heriot: best beast or 53s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/261  20 October 1674

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Holcombe of London, merchant
2) Johane Evans of Coleridge, sister of 1) Tenement in Trinity Leigh
Consideration: 2)'s surrender of a previous lease to 1)
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 8d pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/262  13 September 1681

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Holcombe of London, merchant
2) Symon Stevens of Coleridge, yeoman
Tenement called Woodhay and close of land called Capon Hill
Consideration: £35 and 2)'s surrender of a previous lease of the property
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of Symon and Robert Stevens
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: best beast or 53s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/263  10 October 1701

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Newcomb of Coleridge, husbandman, and Sarah his wife, and William their son
2) John Kingdon of Coleridge, gent.
Original lease dated 20 October 1674 between Humphrey Holcomb and Johane Evans
Two closes of land called the Southerfield beyond the green and one field adjoining the Green, parcel of a tenement in Trinity Leigh
Consideration: £26
Term: 70 years or three lives

[no title]  69/M/2/264  30 June 1703

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Hetherington of London, esquire, and Samuel Holcombe of London, clerk
2) Arthur Pike of Coleridge, husbandman, and Robert Pike of Coleridge, husbandman
Closes of land called Lee Downs
Consideration: £18 15s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Thomazine Pike
Rent: 7s 6d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/265  11 February 1712/13

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Newcombe of Coleridge, yeoman, and William Newcombe Newcombe, his son
2) John Collings of Coleridge, yeoman
Original lease between Humphrey Holcombe and John Newcombe
Part of a tenement in Trinity Leigh
Consideration: £27 10s
Term: residue of 99 years or two lives

[no title]  69/M/2/266  17 June 1713

Contents:
Lease
1) Humphrey Hetherington of London, esquire, and Samuel Holcombe of London, clerk
2) Robert Shobbrooke of Lapford, yeoman
Tenement called Trinity Leigh situated at Trinity Leigh with fields called the Bearer, the Shinney, the Bakers Parke, Hoopers Close, the Higher Close, the Long Close and the Little Meadow
Consideration: £200
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: best beast or 40s

[no title]  69/M/2/267  3 August 1725

Contents:
Copy of Lease
1) Humphrey Hetherington of London esquire, and Reverend Samuel Holcombe, Doctor in Divinity, one of the prebendaries of the cathedral church of Canterbury
2) Robert Shobbrooke of Coleridge, yeoman
Tenement in Trinity Leigh with closes of land called the Millpark and Millpark meadow
Consideration: £110
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/268  8 July 1732

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Samuel Holcombe of Canterbury, Doctor in Divinity
2) Thomas Kingdon of Coleridge, yeoman
Tenement in Trinity Leigh
Consideration: £85
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 8d pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/269  5 March 1733

Contents:
Lease
1) Reverend Samuel Holcombe, Doctor of Divinity, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury
2) Francis Raymont of Coleridge, carpenter
Tenement called Allerbridge
Consideration: £50
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/270  April 1738

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Newcombe, esquire, plaintiff
2) Samuel Holcombe, Doctor in Divinity, and Ann his wife, and Samuel Holcombe, clerk, deforciants
Manor of Lee alias Trinity Leigh with lands in Coleridge and Crediton
[Two copies]

UPCOTT MANOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/271  14 October 1723

Contents:
Lease
1) John Hicks of Altarnun, Cornwall, gent.
2) Asa Walter of Symonward, Cornwall, yeoman
¼ part of tenement called Willtown, Lifton
Consideration: £96 11s 6d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 15s 8d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/2/272  23 June 1740

Contents:
Lease
1) John Hicks of Trerethick, Altarnun, Cornwall, esquire
2) William Rowe of Lifton, yeoman
¼ part of Caylecott alias Cayhott, Broadwoodwidger
Consideration: £27 and one guinea
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 10½d pa
Heriot: 15s

[no title]  69/M/2/273  6 July 1752

Contents:
Lease
1) John Hicks of Trerethick, Cornwall, esquire
2) Alexander Henwood of Bratton Clovelly, yeoman
½ part of a tenement in Little Rexon alias Rexston, Bratton Clovelly, comprising house, herb garden and orchard with commons in the Town Place. Also ¼ part of closes called Little Calvenne Park, Broadapark, the Meadow, Rexon alias Rextone Moor and two other closes called the Meadow lying on the south side of a river called Woulfa
Consideration: £21 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s 6d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/274  25 March 1770

Contents:
Lease
1) Samuel Harris of Smalecombe, gent., Honor Harris of Pickwell, spinster, and Elizabeth Hickes of Cheriton Fitzpaine, spinster
2) Thomas Loes of Bratton Clovelly, yeoman
Messuages in Little Rexon otherwise Rexston, Bratton Clovelly, with house and orchard adjoining, once called Old Stall, and closes of land called the Bridgend, the Bay, the Three Little Meadows and parcels of land called the Grove, the Great Moore and the Higher Bridgend and fields called the Ham and Canna Park, all situated in Little Rexon. With commons in the Town Place.
Consideration: £7 7s paid by 2) to Samuel Harris
£3 13s 6d paid by 2) to Honour Harris
£111s 6d paid by 2) to Elizabeth Hickes
Also the surrender of two former leases of the premises
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 3s 4d pa to Samuel
1s 8d each to Honor and Elizabeth
Heriot: 11s 1d to Samuel
5s 6½d to Honor and Elizabeth

[no title]  69/M/2/275  26 June 1773

Contents:
Lease
1) Elizabeth Hickes of Cheriton Fitzpaine, spinster
2) William Davy the younger of Broadwoodwidger, yeoman
¼ part of a dwelling house with the shippon, hogsty, orchard and herb garden adjoining, situated in Little Rexon, Bratton Clovelly
Consideration: £2 13s 4d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2d pa
Heriot: 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/276  1811

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Newcombe to lands in Devon and Cornwall, formerly the property of Elizabeth Hickes

WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/277  24 April 1553

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, Marquis of Dorset, Lord Ferrers of Groobey Harryngton, Bowvey and Asteley
2) Richard Mayhowe of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Property formerly belonging to the Duke of Suffolk: Manor of Woodford and the adjoining marsh, two closes and a meadow called Towridge and three tenements in Mylestrete and two closes in Towridge, Mylestrete and Pryors Hamlet in Plympton, and lands in Plymouth
Consideration: £1010/8/4

[no title]  69/M/2/278  26 April 1553

Contents:
Deed of grant
1) Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, Marquis of Dorset, Lord Ferrers of Groobey, Harryngton, Bowvey and Asteley
2) Richard Mayhowe of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/279  2 May 1553

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, Marquis of Dorset, Lord Ferrers of Grooby, Harryngton Bowvey and Asteley
2) Richard Mayhowe of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/280  5 May 1553

Contents:
Bond for £800
1) Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk
2) Richard Mayhowe of Plympton St Mary, gent.
For performance of a pair of indentures dated 24 April 1553

[no title]  69/M/2/280a  15 May [1553]

Contents:
Recovery
[Lands of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk]

[no title]  69/M/2/281  [1553]

Contents:
Copy of a receipt issued by William Snelling to Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, for delivery of deeds to the manor of Woodford, lands in Plymouth and in Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/282  1 July 1579

Contents:
Covenant for discharge of a recognisance
1) William Lane of Horeton, Northampton, esquire, and Edward Lane of Waldegrave of Northampton, gent.
2) Jerome Mayhowe of Boringdon, esquire
Property as above.
Payment: 1d pa
Contains a copy of the quietus for the debt of the earl of Bridgewater

WORTHAM AND UPCOTT MANORS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/283  25 March 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) Samuel Harris of Smalecombe, gent., Honour Harris of Pickwell, spinster, and Elizabeth Hickes of Cheriton Fitzpaine, spinster
2) John Hall of Stowford, yeoman
Tenement containing a dwelling house, shippon and barn and fields called the Bove Town, the Middle and Higher closes, the Bove meadows, the Long meadow, the Deer's hedge, the South Park, the Brimble close, the Cleave, one meadow and one orchard lying under the Cleave, the two Parks, one other orchard, the Well meadow and a close called Ham. All lying in Sprytown, Stowford
Consideration: £76 8s paid to Samuel Harris by 2)
£38 4s paid to Honor Harris by 2)
£38 4s paid to Elizabeth Hickes by 2)
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3s 4d pa to Samuel
1s 8d pa each to Honour and Elizabeth
Heriot: 16s 8d to Samuel
8s 4d each to Honour and Elizabeth

CORNWALL MANORS  [no ref. or date]

CALSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/284  21 may 1870

Contents:
Draft Mortgage for £450
1) Hannah Michell of Calstock, Cornwall, widow
2) Benjamin Michell of the same place, carpenter, (son and heir of David Michell, deceased)
3) George Rowe of Calstock, mine agent
Original lease dated 7 April 1852
Walled garden and plot of ground adjoining, bounded on the south west by a road leading from Calstock to Killy Limekilns. Also piece of ground, part of the Commercial Inn, Calstock. All being part of Kelly tenement

RINGMORE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/285  23 January 1729/30

Contents:
Lease
1) Hugh, Lord Clifford, Baron of Chudleigh
2) Elizabeth Stiggins of Saint Nicholas, widow
Cottage at Shaldon
Consideration: Surrender of lease of 1 November 1729
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 4d pa
Heriot: 1s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/286  14 March 1766

Contents:
Agreement
1) Elizabeth Stiggins of St Nicholas, widow, and John Stiggins of the same place, mariner
2) Harris Wills of Kenton, mariner
Original lease dated 23 January 1729/30 between Lord Clifford and Elizabeth Stiggins
Cottage at Ringmore, Shaldon, (St Nicholas)
Agreement for assignment of lease to permit the sale of the premises in order to pay various debts of 1)

TALLGULLOW ALIAS ST DAY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/289  9 July 1670

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Elizabeth Roscarrock of Treworder, Cornwall, singlewoman, daughter of Charles Roscarrock, deceased
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/3rd part of the manor of Talgullow alias St Day
Consideration: 5s
Term: six months
Rent: one silver penny

[no title]  69/M/2/290  12 July 1670

Contents:
Draft Release
1) Elizabeth Roscarrock of Treworder, Cornwall, singlewoman, daughter of Charles Roscarrock, deceased
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/3rd part of the manor of Talgullow alias St Day
Consideration: £500

LINCOLNSHIRE MANORS  [no ref. or date]

SCRIVELSBY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/289  16 February 1705/6

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £6300
1) Richard Fisher of Ilsington, Middx, baronet
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) Lewis Dymoke of Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, esquire, brother and heir of Charles Dymoke, deceased
Manor of Scrivelsby

[no title]  69/M/2/290  27 December 1718

[several pages at end of deed missing]

Contents:
[Assignment of Mortgage]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Cawdron of Hale, Lincolnshire, esquire, and Charles Dymoke of Sancethorpe, Lincolnshire, esquire
3) Lewis Dymoke of Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, esquire, brother and heir of Charles Dymoke, deceased
Manor of Scrivelsby

SOMERSET MANORS  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF COGLOAD AND PARISH OF DURSTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/291  23 December 1725

Contents:
Assignment of term of 1000 years
1) Bernard Hutchins of Henton St George, Somerset, esquire
2) Sarah Baker of Buckland, Durston, Somerset, widow, relict of James Baker, deceased, and Christopher Baker of Buckland aforesaid, esquire, son and heir of the said James
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and John Parker, his son and heir
4) John Poulett, eldest son and heir apparent of John Parker, earl Poulett, Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, esquire, John Francis Buller of Morval, Cornwall, esquire, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbear, doctor of medicine and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
5) Andrew Quick of Newton St Cyres, esquire, and Philip Woolcombe of Zeal Monachorum, clerk
6) John Southerton of Wellington, Somerset, gent., and John Baker of Culmstock, apothecary, youngest brother of the said Christopher Baker
Original mortgage dated 6 July 1719
Buckland House, Buckland Farm and demesne lands.
Also the rectory of Durston with glebe lands etc belonging. Also the manor of Cogload, Durston.
Also tenements called Winsells, Verriers, Poles, Hurstons, Whiteings and Sellicks. Also a dwelling house called the Inn with land adjoining called the Pond, field called Flackers Chapple and a dwelling house called Smiths Shop with land adjoining. All which lands are parcel of the said manor. With free liberty to enter Christopher Baker's lands for the purpose of cleansing of water pipes supplying Buckland House from a well situated near Flackers Chapple
Consideration: £5050 paid to 1) by 4)
5s paid by 5) to 1)
£6950 paid to Christopher Baker by 4)
£500 paid to Christopher Baker by 3)
5s paid to Christopher Baker by 5)
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/292  15 April 1726

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Poulett, eldest son and heir apparent of John Parker, earl Poulett, Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, esquire, Bernard Hutchins of Henton St George, esquire, John Francis Buller of Morval, Cornwall, esquire, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbear, doctor of medicine, and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) Amos Doidge of Plymouth, merchant, and George Sprage of Egg Buckland, surgeon
Property as above
[With attested copy]

PRESTON TORRELLS, BRADFORD PRIOR AND PIXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/293  2 & 3 December 1742

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Parker of Saltram, son and heir apparent of the said George
Manors or lordships of Bradford Prior, Pixton and Preston Torrells. Also the rectory, sheaf, tithe and glebe lands of the parish church of Bradford, and the advowson of the same
[Two copies of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/294  28 November 1784

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) John Ley, esquire, demandant
2) Charles Luxmoore, gent., tenant
3) John Parker, esquire, vouchee
Manor of Bradford otherwise Bradford Prior, Priston otherwise Preston, otherwise Preston Torrells and Pixton otherwise Prixton, and the rectory of Bradford

[no title]  69/M/2/295  13 May 1793

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common recovery
1) Henry Ley, gent., demandant
2) William Drewe, esquire
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Manor of Bradford otherwise Bradford Prior, Priston otherwise Preston otherwise Preston Torrells and Pixton otherwise Prixton with lands in the same and in Hill, Farence, Milverton, Buckland and Darston; the rectories of Bradford and Dunston with appurtenances, tithes, and pensions; and the advowson of Bradford

[no title]  69/M/2/296  4 April 1583

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire, and Edmund Parker his son and heir apparent
2) Robert Westcombe of Heathfield, Somerset, yeoman
Tenement with lands adjoining in the occupation of John Thomas
Term: 2000 years. To commence on the death of John Thomas and Alice his wife
Rent: 13s pa

DEVON PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

BERE ALSTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/297  1 June 1844

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Elizabeth Stephens of Bere Ferrers, spinster
2) Philip Code of Bere Alston, painter and glazier
Original lease dated 20 January 1789
House built on a plot of waste ground called Ameredith
Consideration: £37
Term: remainder of 99 years or three lives

BRIDESTOWE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/298  6 November 1754

Contents:
Lease
1) John Hickes of Altarnun, Cornwall, esquire
2) William Edgcumbe of Tavistock, gent.
¼ of one moiety of a messuage held by Peter
Walter in Fernworthy
Consideration: £25
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3/3d per year
Heriot: 5s

BRIXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/299  25 March 1774

Contents:
Lease [fragment]
1) Joseph Freeman of Plymouth, esquire, and Jacob Shaw
2) Honor Bickford
Hasten in Hareston
Consideration: £860
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2/2/6
Heriot: £3

CHIVELSTONE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/300  24 July 1855

Contents:
Release
1) Richard Pearse of Oldaport, gent., and Thomas Wyse Weymouth of Kingsbridge, gent., (trustees and executors under the will of William Nicholls, gent., deceased)
2) Thomas Maye of Stokeley, gent.
3) Elizabeth Churchwood of Totnes, spinster
4) Maria Juliana Weymouth of Kingsbridge, widow
Annual sum or rent charge of £4 10s and all other rent charges arising from Torrings Tenement
Consideration: £100 paid by 4) to 1)

CHUDLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/301  Easter 1597

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Hugo Clifford, gent., and John Bennett
2) Thomas Bridges, esquire and Elizabeth, his wife
Lands in Chudleigh

[no title]  69/M/2/302  10 November 1597

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Thomas Bridges of Tangley, Oxfordshire, esquire
2) Thomas Trente of Chudleigh, dyer
Tenements called Higher Oxencombe
Consideration: £20
Rent: Payment of 4d per year for ever, to commence after the death of Anne Harmon

[no title]  69/M/2/303  1 February 1597/8

Contents:
Assignment [of Lease]
1) Zachariah Irish of Chudleigh, one of the attorneys of the court of Common Pleas and Helen his wife
2) Elizabeth Bennett of Chudleigh, widow
Lands called Wolcombe and Whiteway
Term: 50 years
Consideration: Accomplishment of an order entered in the High Court of Chancery 5 July 1595 and of an Award by deed indented 22 August 1595
Also payment of 100 marks by 2) to 3) in performance of the award

[no title]  69/M/2/304  8 April 1602

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) John Drake of Ede and Thomas Trosse of Exeter, gents.
Original lease dated 6 February 1547 between the Bishop of Exeter and Edward Duke of Somerset
Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/305  10 April 1602

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Drake of Ede, and Thomas Trosse of Exeter, gents.
2) John Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., Peter and John Trosse, sons of John Trosse of Exeter
Property as above.
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/306  24 May 1617

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) James Eastchurch of Chudleigh, gent., Richard, Henry and Robert Eastchurch, sons of the said James
2) John Bennet, the younger son of John Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
Farm called Whiteway and Wolcombe. Also three tenements called Bath Place, Lower Oxencombe and Higher Oxencombe
Consideration: £20
Term: residue of unspecified term

[no title]  69/M/2/307  15 June 1630

Contents:
Under Lease
1) Jonas Stowell of Chudleigh, gent.
2) John Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
Tenements called Higher and Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
Term: 15 years and five months
Rent: £38 pa. Also the sum of £9 10s on the 29 September 1645

[no title]  69/M/2/308  29 November 1641

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) Humfrey Randall, esquire, and William Richards, esquire
2) Robert Ball, gent.
Lands in Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe, Bath Place and Chudleigh

[no title]  69/M/2/309  13 January 1641/2

Contents:
Deed to explain the uses of a Common Recovery
1) Robert Ball of Kentisbury, gent.
2) Humfrey Randall and William Richards of Kentisbury, esquires
Common Recovery dated 29 November 1641 between 2) and 1)
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/310  3 December 1669

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) Lewes Sterings on behalf of John Hancock and his wife, and Petronella Ball, widow
2) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
For conveyance of an estate of inheritance of Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place

[no title]  69/M/2/311  Hilary term 1669/70

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Henry Bennett, gent.
2) John Hancocke, esquire, and Margery his wife, and Petronella Ball, widow
Lands in Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe, Bath
Place and Chudleigh
[2 copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/312  26 April 1688

Contents:
Mortgage for £1260
1) George Bennett (brother and heir of Henry Bennett, late of Chudleigh, gent.), Henry Northleigh of Peamore, esquire, William Stowell of Bovey Tracey, esquire, and George Gere of Kenn, gent.
2) John Bidgood of Exeter, Doctor of Physick
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe

[no title]  69/M/2/313  9 October 1691

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage for £1260
1) The Reverend Edward Drew, Archdeacon of Cornwall and one of the canons of the cathedral church of St Peter, Exeter, the Reverend George Snell, another of the said canons, John Cholwich of Faringdon, esquire, John Snell of Exeter, merchant, Nicholas Oliver of Bishop's Nympton, gent., George Bennett (brother and heir of Henry Bennett, late of Chudleigh, gent., deceased), Henry Northleigh of Peamore and William Stawell of Bovey Tracey, esquires, and George Gere of Kenn, gent.
2) Elizabeth Bidgood of Exeter, widow
Original mortgage dated 26 April 1688 (See above)
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe
[With counterpart]

[no title]  69/M/2/314  2 January 1692

Contents:
Reassignment of Mortgage
1) William Howell of Exeter, Doctor of Physic
2) The Reverend Edward Drew, Archdeacon of Cornwall, and Canon of Exeter Cathedral, the Reverend George Snell, Canon of Exeter Cathedral, John Cholwich of Faringdon, esquire, John Snell of Exeter, merchant, Nicholas Oliver of Bishops Nympton, gent.
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe with tenements called Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place

[no title]  69/M/2/315  9 February 1697

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage for £1230
1) The Reverend Edward Drew, Archdeacon of Cornwall, and the Reverend George Snell, Archdeacon of Totnes, both Canons of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, John Cholwich of Faringdon, esquire, John Snell of Exeter, merchant, Nicholas Oliver of Bishops Nympton, gent., George Bennett (brother and heir of Henry Bennett, late of Chudleigh, gent., deceased), William Stawell of Bovey Tracey, esquire, and George Gere of Kenn, gent.
2) Anstice Cook of Farringdon, widow
Original mortgage dated the 26 April 1698 (see above)
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/316  April 1700

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Gideon Haydon the younger, esquire, and Richard Washer, gent.
2) George Bennett, esquire, and Henry Bennett, gent., son and heir apparent of the said George
Lands in Whiteway and Wolcombe, Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
[Two copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/317  16 April 1700

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the Precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery by a Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) William Stawell of Bovey Tracey, esquire, George Geare of Kenn, gent., (surviving trustees of the will of Henry Bennett)
2) Gideon Haydon the younger, esquire, and Richard Washer, gent., both of Chudleigh
3) George Bennet of Chudleigh, esquire, brother to the said Henry Bennett, and Henry Bennett, son and heir apparent of the said George
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon. Also tenements called Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place

[no title]  69/M/2/318  8 & 9 July 1700

Contents:
Marriage Settlement [by Lease and Release]
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Henry Bennett of the same, gent., son and heir of the said George
2) Gideon Haydon the younger of Cadhay, esquire, and Richard Washer of Chudleigh, gent.
3) Gideon Haydon the elder of Farwood, esquire, and Margaret Haydon his daughter
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon. Also tenements called Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
Consideration: Marriage between Henry Bennett and Margaret Haydon
[Enclosed is a record of debts mentioned to be paid by the deed]
[Two copies of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/319  1700/1701

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage to attend the inheritance
1) Anstice Cooke of Farringdon, widow, and George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) John Washer of Hennock, gent., and Henry Rose of Ottery St Mary, gent.
Original mortgage dated 26 April 1688 (see above)
Property as above
Consideration: £1200

[no title]  69/M/2/320  13 June 1701

Contents:
Assignment of Terms
1) Gideon Haydon of Cadhay, esquire, and Richard Washer of Chudleigh, gent.
2) John Short of Exeter, fuller
3) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
Original settlement dated 8 and 9 July 1700 (see above)
Tenements called Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
Consideration: £500
Term: residue of term of 100 years and 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/321  16 February 1709

Contents:
Assignment to secure repayment of several sums
1) Richard Washer of Chudleigh, gent.
2) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
Original settlement dated 8 and 9 July 1700 (see above)
Property as above
Term: residue of 100 years

[no title]  69/M/2/322  26 March 1710

Contents:
Assignment to secure repayment of several sums
1) Richard Washer of Chudleigh, gent.
2) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
Original settlement dated 8 and 9 July 1700 (see above)
Property as above
Term: residue of 100 years

[no title]  69/M/2/323  21 December 1711

Contents:
Mortgage for £206
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) Richard Washer of Chudleigh, gent.
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/324  11 & 12 March 1713/14

Contents:
Mortgage for £700 [Lease and Release]
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Henry Bennett, son and heir apparent of the said George, and Margaret his wife
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk, and Robert Woollcombe of Exeter, esquire
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon.
[Two copies of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/325  24 & 25 November 1714

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) George Geere of Kenn, gent.
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, gent., and Robert Wolcombe of Exeter, esquire
3) George Bennett, gent., Henry Bennett, gent., and Margaret his wife, and Joan Bennett, spinster, all of Chudleigh
Property as above
Consideration: 10s paid by 3) to 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/326  1 September 1716

Contents:
Further Charge for £300
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Margaret his wife
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
Original mortgage dated 11 and 12 March 1713/4 (see above)
Property as above
[Two copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/327  8 & 9 October 1719

Contents:
Mortgage for £410 [Lease and Release]
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) Elizabeth Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, spinster
Property as above
Consideration: £400
[Two copies of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/328  11 October 1719

Contents:
Declaration
1) Elizabeth Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, spinster
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
That the £400 paid to Henry Bennett as consideration in the mortgage of 8 and 9 October 1719 was the proper money of 2) and that 1) will dispose of the estate as 2) dictates

[no title]  69/M/2/329  29 September 1720

Contents:
Mortgage and counterpart for £1027 10s & £200 [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Margaret his wife
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
Original mortgage dated 11 & 12 March 1713/4 (see above)
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon

[no title]  69/M/2/330  13 October 1721

Contents:
Further Charge of £103
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
Original mortgage dated 11 & 12 March 1713/4 (see above)
Property as above.
Encloses a bond:
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
Penal sum: £206
Condition: payment of £106 on 13 November 1721

[no title]  69/M/2/331  14 March 1722

Contents:
Agreement
1) George Bennett and Henry Bennett, his son and heir apparent, both of Whiteway
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Conveyance of the estate of inheritance in fee simple of the tenements called Whiteway, Wolcombe and Oxencombe

[no title]  69/M/2/332  24 & 25 July 1722

Contents:
Mortgage for £1595 and £200, to lead the uses a Fine and to make a tenant to the Precipe and lead the uses of a Recovery [Lease and Release]
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., Margaret, his wife, and Elizabeth Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, spinster
2) David Birchinsha of Clyst St Lawrence, clerk
3) William Sellecke of Cullompton, gent.
2) Henry Cruwys of New Inn, Middx, gent.
Original mortgage dated 11 & 12 March 1713/4 (see above)
Lands called Whiteway and Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon

[no title]  69/M/2/333  3 & 4 October 1722

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 [Lease and Release]
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., Joan Bennett of Chudleigh, spinster, his sister and Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., his only son and heir, and Margaret, wife of the said Henry
2) John Richards of Tiverton, gent.
Lands called Whiteway, Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Kingsdon. Also lands called Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place
Enclosed a bond:
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) John Richards of Tiverton, gent.
Penal sum: £400
Condition: payment of £200 on 4 January 1722

[no title]  69/M/2/334  28 November 1722

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) William Selleck, gent.
2) Henry Cruwys, gent.
Lands in Whiteway, Wolcombe Knill alias Knoll and Bingsdon Halldown and Chudleigh

[no title]  69/M/2/335  7 & 8 June 1723

Contents:
Lease and Release for securing payment of £200
1) John Geer of Kenn, gent., (grandson and heir of George Geer
2) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Joan Bennett of the same, spinster (only surviving brother and sister of Henry Bennett), Henry Bennett, gent., son and heir apparent of the said George
3) John Richards of Tiverton, gent.
4) John Richards the younger of Tiverton, gent., and Joseph Birchinsha, fellow of Exeter College in Oxford (trustees)
Original mortgage dated 3 October 1722 (see above)
Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place

[no title]  69/M/2/336  1820

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Thompson esquire, to a dwelling house, gardens and several closes of land in Chudleigh. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1703-1793

COMPTON GIFFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/336a  16 October 1542

Contents:
Grant
1) John Restorek and Joanna his wife
2) William Cole and Joanna his wife
Houses and lands in Compton Gifford
[Mentions rent of 2/4d to be paid quarterly]

CREDITON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/337  19 December 1700

Contents:
Assignment and release to redeem a mortgage
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son of Edmund Parker, deceased
2) Mary Whitefield of Crediton, esquire, widow, relict of John Whitefield, deceased
3) Edward Whitefield of Crediton, gent., eldest son and heir of John Whitefield
Original mortgages dated 9 November 1687 between John Whitefield and Edmund Parker and 9 November 1687 between John and Mary Whitefield of the 1st part and Edmund Parker of the second part Barn and five closes of land, parcel of the late Great Park of Crediton. Also a tenement with appurtenances lying within the same. Also a tenement with garden called the Swan Inn in the West Town of Crediton. Also closes of land called The Great Mead and the Little Close. Also two closes of land called George Hill

DIPTFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/338  1705

Contents:
Lease for one year
1) Thomas Smith of Diptford, gent., eldest son and heir of Thomas Smith, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire 1/3rd part of lands called Horner
Consideration: 5s

EGG BUCKLAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/339  1 June 1621

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Henry Tothill of Pemore [Peamore, Exminster], esquire
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Plot of ground and head weir, being parcel of Egg Buckland Wood lying adjoining to the west side of the River Plym. With right of way across 1)'s land adjoining the River and licence (after the death of the present tenant) to use rubble cast out of Rumple Quarry for repairing the head weir
Consideration: £50

[no title]  69/M/2/340  3 February 1885

Contents:
Agreement
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) James John Elliot of Leigham, esquire
Agreement for conveyance of lands called Mainstone.
Also one undivided moiety of the River Plym so far as the river forms the boundary of the lands
With coloured plan

ERMINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/340a  1 September 1685

Contents:
Mortgage [Lease]
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Dame Amy Fortescue of Wood, widow
3) Richard Langworthy of Hatch Arundel, esquire
Swanston alias Swinston
Term: 199 years and 11 months and 1000 years

EXETER: ALL HALLOWS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/341  12 November 1723

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) Thomas Prestwood of Butterford, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Conveyance of tenements in the High Street, Exeter.
Also of an annual fee farm rent payable out of the Swan Inn

EXETER: ALL SAINTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/342  20 April 1514

Contents:
Lease
1) John Bury, esquire, Richard Coffyn, esquire, Richard Rayngne and Charles Harpyng
2) Master Richard Sydner, clerk
Shop and dwelling
Rent: £10 pa

EXETER: HEAVITREE  [no ref. or date]

HIGHER POLSLOE MEADOWS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/343  2 February 1685/6

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 + interest
1) Sebastian Isacke of Ford
2) Elizabeth Hayne of Exeter, widow
Five parcels of ground called Higher Polsloe
Meadows. Also two closes of barton land called Mill Hills

[no title]  69/M/2/344  4 November 1689

Contents:
Copy of an assignment of mortgage and mortgage for £309
1) Elizabeth Hayne of Exeter, widow, and Sebastian Isacke of Ford, Dorset, esquire
2) Thomas Sampson of Exeter, woollen draper
Original mortgage dated 2 February 1686
Original lease dated 19 January 1687 between Sebastian Isacke the father and Sebastian Isacke
Five parcels of ground called Higher Polsloe Meadows with two closes of barton land called Mill Hills.
All situated in Polsloe. Also Polsloe Meadow

[no title]  69/M/2/345  4 May 1697

Contents:
Further charge for £171
1) Sebastian Isacke of Polsloe, esquire
2) Thomas Sampson of Exeter, woollen draper
Original mortgage and lease as above
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/346  29 September 1712

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £3975 3s
1) Thomas Ford of Exeter, gent., (executor of the will of Thomas Sampson, deceased)
2) George Treby and William Coventry of London, esquires, (trustees for the sale of the barton of Polsloe)
3) William Addis of Plymouth, merchant
4) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
Original mortgage dated 4 April 1697 between Sebastian Isacke and Thomas Sampson
Higher Polsloe meadows and closes of land called Mill Hills
Consideration: £821 paid to 1) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/347  6 January 1715/6

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage to attend the inheritance
1) William Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire
2) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
3) Henry Drake of Lympson, gent.
Original mortgage dated 29 September 1712
Property as above
Consideration: £4263 18s

HEAVITREE: HILL PYLES HOUSE AND PYLES BARN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/348  7 February 1664

Contents:
Lease
1) John Smyth of Heavitree, esquire
2) Humphrey Wilcocks of Pinhoe, yeoman
Taylors Park and Great Thornhay, being part of a tenement called Hill Pyles House and Pyles Barn
Consideration: £23
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 13/4d
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Humphrey Wilcocks to Robert Wilcocks his son dated the 10 February 1676
Also endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wild of Heavitree, gent. Dated 10 December 1685

[no title]  69/M/2/349  7 November 1666

Contents:
Lease
1) John Smith
2) Michael Pince of Heavitree, yeoman
Messuage called Hill Pyles house and Pyles barn
Also East and West gardens
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £3 pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/350  10 November 1666

Contents:
Lease
1) John Smith of Heavitree, esquire
2) Michael Pince of Heavitree, yeoman
Messuage called Hill Pyles house and Pyles barn
Consideration: £400
Term: 99 years or two lives to commence on the death/forfeiture of Ursula Aish
Rent: £3 pa
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/351  18 January 1668

Contents:
Lease
1) John Smith of Heavitree, esquire
2) Humphrey Wilcocks of Pinhoe, yeoman
Taylors Park and Great Thornhay, being part of a tenement called Hill Pyles House and Pyles Barn
Consideration: £13
Term: 99 years or one life commencing on the expiry of a lease dated 7 February 1665
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 13/4d
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Humphrey Wilcocks to Robert Wilcocks his son dated the 10 February 1676
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wilde of Heavitree. Dated 10 December 1685

[no title]  69/M/2/352  26 September 1674

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Michael Pince of Heavitree, yeoman
2) Thomas Wilde the younger of Heavitree, yeoman
Original lease between John Smith and Michael Pince dated 10 November 1666
1/3rd of a messuage called Hill Pyles house and Pyles barn
Term: remainder term 99 years
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Thomas Wild to Robert Wilcocks. Dated the 10 February 1676
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wilde of Heavitree. Dated 10 December 1685

[no title]  69/M/2/353  26 September 1674

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Michael Pince of Heavitree, yeoman
2) Humphrey Wilcocks of Pinhoe, yeoman
Original lease between John Smith and Michael Pince dated 10 November 1666
1/3rd of Hill Pyles house and barn, Little and Middle Thornhays, the Headland, two Slades and meadow, Great Thornhays and Taylors Park
Term: remainder term 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/354  26 September 1674

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Michael Pince of Heavitree, yeoman
2) Elizabeth Pyne of Heavitree, daughter of Nathaniel Pine, yeoman
Original lease between John Smith and Michael Pince dated 10 November 1666
1/3rd of Hill Pyles house and Pyles Barn
Consideration: £150
Term: remainder term 99 years
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Robert Smith of Heavitree to Thomas Wilde of Heavitree, gent. Dated 10 December 1685

[no title]  69/M/2/355  12 May 1685

Contents:
Covenant
1) Roberts Wilcox of Pinhoe, yeoman
2) Robert Smyth of Heavitree, yeoman
Against legal action concerning the three parts of Hill Pyles House and Pyles Barn
[Two copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/356  10 August 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) John Nicholls of Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall, esquire
2) Robert Wilcocks of Heavitree, yeoman
1/3rd part of Hill Pyles House and Pyles Barn. Also 1/3rd part of Bonny Park, Moor meadow, Froggy Meadow, Little Lane, Binhay, Well Park, Fearn Hill, Lower Ley, Inner Ley and Wilcocks Park
Consideration: £32/13/4
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on death of Radford Wilde son of Thomas Wilde the younger, and of Robert Wilcocks
Rent: 13/4d pa
Heriot: best beast
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Robert Wilcocks to Thomas Wilde of Heaughey. Dated 10 May 1692

[no title]  69/M/2/357  10 August 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) John Nicholls of Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall, esquire
2) Robert Smyth of Heavitree, yeoman
1/3rd part of Hill Pyles and Pyles Barn. Also 1/3rd part of the Bowhayes alias Bowmores, South Down, Great Lane End and South Park
Consideration: £16/6/8
Term: 99 years or one life
Rent: 6/8d
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/358  15 December 1685

Contents:
Lease
1) Dorothy Davy of Exeter, widow
2) Robert Wilcocks of Heavitree, yeoman
1/3rd part of Hill Pyles house and Pyles Barn.
Also 1/3rd part of Bonny Park, Moor Meadow, Frogg Meadow, Little Lane End, Binhay, Well Park, Fearn Hill, Lower Ley, Inner Ley and Wilcocks Park
Consideration: £32
Term: 99 years or three lives. To commence on death of Radford Wilde son of Thomas Wilde the younger, and of Robert Wilcocks
Rent: 13/4d
Heriot: best beast

HEAVITREE: LONG PARK LANE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/359  15 November 1711

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Frances Roope, widow
2) Thomas Cholwich of Gover, Topsham, gent.
Original lease dated 22 May 1674 between Sebastian Isacke and Frances Cholwich
Six closes of land lying between Long Park Lane and Winter Hill. Also one parcel of ground lying between one of the aforesaid closes and a little ragge of ground lately taken out of the highway from Exeter to Stoke Canon
Consideration: £500
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/360  17 & 18 January 1711/12

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Belfield and Joseph Hayne, esquires
2) George Treby and William Coventry, esquires
3) William Hull of Exeter, gent.
4) Thomas Cholwich of Heavitree, merchant
Property as above.
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 4)
£305 paid to 2) by 4)

[no title]  69/M/2/361  18 January 1711/12

Contents:
Assignment of Leases
1) George Treby and William Coventry, esquires
2) John Belfield and Joseph Hayne esquires
3) William Hull of Exeter, gent.
4) Thomas Cholwich of Heavitree, merchant
Property as above.
Consideration: £305 paid by 4) to 1)
5s paid by 4) to 2)
Term: residue of two terms of 101 years and 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/362  28 April 1712

Contents:
Assignment of Lease [two copies]
1) Thomas Cholwich of Heavitree, esquire, and Frances Roop of South Milton, widow
2) George Glanville of St Thomas the Apostle, Exeter, keeper of Sheriff's ward
28 acres of land lying between Long Park lane and Winter Hill. Also two acres of ground lying between one of the above closes and land taken from the highway leading from Exeter to Stoke Canon. All in the barton of Polsloe
Consideration: £246
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: £5 pa
Heriot: 40s

HEAVITREE: POLSLOE MILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/363  1 October 1672

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Gandy of Exeter, brewer
2) George Good of Exeter, silk dyer
Polsloe Mills and lands adjoining within the barton of Polsloe. Also Pond Park and North Park, Barn Park, Little Croft, Mill Orchard, Minching Lake Bridge and land adjoining
Consideration: £200
Term: From 29 September last past for the remainder of term of 99 years or three lives
Rent: £28/3/4 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/364  1 January 1731

Contents:
Lease [and Counterpart]
1) William Cholwich of Oldstone, esquire
2) George Glanville of St Thomas the Apostle, Exeter, gent.
Property as above
Consideration: £452
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £27/3/4 pa
Heriot: £3/13/4

[no title]  69/M/2/365  23 June 1772

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Jane Phillip of St David, Exeter, widow, sole executrix of George Glanville late of Heavitree
2) Reverend Samuel Cholwich of Mothecombe,
3) Edward Cliff of Blackawton, gent.
Original lease between William Cholwich and George Glanville dated 1 January 1731/2
Polsloe Mills and lands adjoining. Also Pond Park, North Park, Barn Park and Little Croft, Mill Orchard, Minching Lake Bridge. Also a piece of land lying between Long Park Lane and the Winter Hill. Also two acres of ground lying between one of the above closes and land taken from the highway leading from Exeter to Stoke Canon. All in the barton of Polsloe
Term: remainder of term of 99 years
Consideration: £342/15

[no title]  69/M/2/366  1796

Contents:
Abstract of title of the The Reverend Richard Brereton and Maria Philippa his wife and The Reverend George Rhodes and Elizabeth his wife to the fee simple and inheritance of Polsloe Mill, Heavitree, Exeter.
Recital of deeds and associated papers 1711-1796.

HEAVITREE: POLSLOE PRIORY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/367  28 & 29 September 1712

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Belfield of Exeter, esquire, and Joseph Hayne of London, esquire
2) George Treby and William Coventry, both of London, esquires
3) William Addis of Plymouth, merchant
4) Samuel Addis of Plymouth, merchant
5) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
Messuage of the late dissolved priory of Polsloe with four orchards called Pigeon House Orchard, the Orchard over the way, Little Orchard and the Green. Also closes of meadow called Birchwood, Long Mead, closes called Six Acres and the Ragg, two closes called Millhills, two closes called Scotts with an orchard adjoining, three closes called The Warrens Field, three closes called Polsloe Meads, a close of meadow [unnamed], a barn with closes of pasture ground called Whites, a close called Seven Acres, Hoppings Tenement, nine fields lying at Stoakhill, 5 closes called Gandys Ground, three closes called Harseland, two closes called Arthurs Closes, a close taken out of the waste lying near the Highway from Exeter to Stoakhill, a messuage lying near Polsloe Bridge and three closes called Clapps Ground. All being part of the barton farm of Polsloe
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 3)
5s each paid to 1) & 2) by 4)
£5621 paid to 5) by 3)
£3959 paid to 2) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/368  29 September 1712

Contents:
Assignment of Terms
1) George Treby of London, esquire, and William Coventry of London, esquire
2) John Belfield of Exeter, esquire, and Joseph Hayne of London, esquire
3) William Addis of Plymouth, merchant
4) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
Property as above
Consideration: £3959 paid to 4) by 3)
£5621 paid to 1) by 3)
Term: residue of two terms of 101 and 1000 years
Endorsed with a note of the principal, interest and costs due to Henry Pollexfen

[no title]  69/M/2/369  5 & 6 January 1715/6

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Samuel Addis of Plymouth, merchant
2) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
3) William Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire
Property as above
Consideration: 5s paid by 2) to 1)
£4263 13s

[no title]  69/M/2/370  6 January 1715/6

Contents:
Assignment of Terms
1) William Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire
2) Henry Drake of Limpston, esquire
3) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
Property as above
Consideration: £4263 13s paid to 1) by 3)
5s paid to 2) by 1)
Term: residue of two terms of 101 and 1000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/371  10 & 11 September 1723

Contents:
Mortgage for £2500 [by Lease and Release]
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) William Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire
Property as above
[Two copies of release]

[no title]  69/M/2/372  11 September 1723

Contents:
Assignment of Term
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) Frances Drake, widow, relict of Henry Drake, late of Lympson, gent., deceased and executrix of his will
3) Samuel Brent of Plymouth, mercer
4) William Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire
Property as above
Term: residue of term of 1000 years
[Four copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/373  28 December 1734

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release] with assignment of mortgage in trust to attend the inheritance
1) Samuel Addis of Whiteford, Cornwall, esquire, (brother, heir-at-law and executor of the will of William Addis, deceased)
2) Samuel Brent of the City of London, haberdasher of small wares and Thomas Brent of Plymouth, mercer (son and joint executor of the will of Samuel Brent, deceased)
3) Sir Francis Henry Drake of Buckland, baronet, (eldest son and heir at law of Dame Elizabeth Drake, also devisee of Jane Drake, deceased) and John Francis Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire (eldest son and heir at law of Mary Buller, deceased)
4) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
5) Thomas Parker of Totnes, esquire
Original mortgage dated 10 and 11 September 1723 between Henry Pollexfen and William Addis
Property as above
Consideration: £3474 6s 7d paid by 4) to 1)
5s each paid by 5) to 2)
£3725 13s 5d paid by 4) to 3)

HEAVITREE: VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/374  19 January 1687/8

Contents:
Lease
1) Sebastian Isacke of Polsloe, esquire
2) Sebastian Isacke, the son, of Dalwood, Dorset, esquire
Drake's tenement and Polsloe Meadow, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 99 years or four lives
Rent: £24 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/375  1710-1711

Contents:
An Act for the sale of the barton and farm of Polsloe, late the estate of Sebastian Isacke, esq, deceased, for discharging the encumbrances thereon, and for distribution of the surplus money
[With MS copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/376  22 February 1715

Contents:
Counterpart Lease for 14 years
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) William Channon of Heavitree, yeoman
Mansion house of the barton of Polsloe, Burchwood, Three Polsloe Meadows, Three Warrens Fields, Long Meadow, part of Hoppings grounds, Six Acres and Ragg. All in the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years from 25 March next ensuing
Rent: £160 per year

[no title]  69/M/2/377  23 June 1715

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) John Waters of Exeter, inn keeper
Two seven acres with the Barn, Cross Close, Peeks Style and Stockmans Bottom, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £64 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/378  18 February 1716

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, and Henry Drake of Lympstone, gent.
2) Arthur Arscott of Tetcott, esquire
Nine closes at Stoke Hill, barton of Polsloe
Consideration: £500
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  69/M/2/379  20 March 1716

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) Thomas Truslad of Exeter, hosier
Hoppings fields and Barn adjoining, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: seven years
Rent: £25 per year

[no title]  69/M/2/380  19 November 1716

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) George Glanville of Heavitree, gent.
Mill Hills with adjoining waste ground and Scutts Ground with orchard, being part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: seven years from 25 December next
Rent: £24 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/381  6 April 1720

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) Robert Penney of Heavitree, yeoman
Haresland, Whites meadow, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 10 years from 25 March last past
Rent: £13 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/382  20 April 1725

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell, esquire
2) Edward Penny of Exeter, butcher
Arthur's close, part of the barton of Polsloe
Consideration: £14
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s per year

[no title]  69/M/2/383  1737

Contents:
Schedule of deeds of lands in Heavitree, Exeter, purchased by George Parker from James Gylde 1683-1735

[no title]  69/M/2/384  25 March 1747

Contents:
Lease [and Counterpart]
1) Francis Parker of Blagdon, esquire
2) Isaac Digby of Heavitree, yeoman
Polsloe mansion house with land belonging. Also Hill Grounds, and Scotts Four Acres
Term: 14 years
Rent: £125/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/385  10 April 1795

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £91 19s 8d + interest
1) John Jeffery Short of Exeter, esquire
2) Richard Daw of Saint Sidwell, Exeter, yeoman
3) Thomas Trood of Exminster, yeoman
Original lease dated 22 December 1787 between Montagu Edmund Parker and Richard Dawe
Cottage with stable, linhay, curtilage, herb garden and orchard adjoining to closes of land called the Great and Little Birch Woods

[no title]  69/M/2/386  20 June 1800

Contents:
Lease
1) Joseph Sanders of Exeter, esquire
2) John Roach of Pinhoe, yeoman
Polsloe Mill Farm
Term: seven years
Rent: £85 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/387  1839

Contents:
Abstract of title of Francis Baring Short esquire to the fee simple and inheritance of a field called Winterhill, Heavitree.
Recital of deeds and associated papers 1753-1839.
Enclosed are three letters a conveyance by Short to Sanders, together with a family tree for the Short family

[no title]  69/M/2/388  1848

Contents:
Draft abstract of title of Montagu Edmund Newcombe Parker esquire, to a capital messuage, barton farm and demesne lands called Polsloe, also two closes of land called Higher Bowmore and Lower Bowmore, Heavitree. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1763-1846

HEAVITREE: WATER GRIST MILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/389  25 & 26 June 1716

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Belfield and Joseph Hayne, esquires
2) George Treby and William Coventry, esquires
3) Thomas Cholwich of Heavitree, merchant
Tenement with closes belonging to the same. Also a water grist mill. All lying in the barton of Polsloe
Consideration: 5s each paid to 1) by 3) £599 paid to 2) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/390  26 June 1716

Contents:
Assignment of Leases
1) George Treby and William Coventry, esquires
2) John Belfield and Joseph Hayne, esquires
3) Thomas Cholwich of Heavitree, merchant
Property as above
Consideration: 5s each paid to 2) by 3) £599 paid to 1) by 3)
Term: residue of two terms of 101 and 1000 years

EXETER: ST DAVID  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/391  30 July 1720

Contents:
Redemption of mortgage by assignment of lease
1) Sarah Seller of Exeter, widow and administratrix of John Seller late of Exeter, butcher
2) John Newcombe, junior, of Exeter, grocer
Original mortgage [by lease] dated 14 October 1710 between John Newcombe the elder and John Seller
House held by John Seller adjoining the way from Exeter to the Cowley Bridge
Term: 99 years or three lives
Consideration: £20
Rent: 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/392  13 May 1754

Contents:
Bargain and sale for a year
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, gent., only child of John Newcombe by Mary Lydstone, also devisee of lands in Exeter St David, by the will of Robert Lydstone, deceased
2) Edward Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, gent., Richard Bawden of Exeter, mercer, and Humphrey Bawden of Parkham, clerk
Two tenements outside the north gate of Exeter, bounded on the west by the highway from Northgate to Cowley Bridge. Also an orchard and banqueting house adjoining. Also a tenement and garden outside the Northgate on the east of the aforesaid highway
Rent: one peppercorn

[no title]  69/M/2/393  30 & 31 October 1801

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) William Newcombe of the City of London, esquire
3) John Bawden of South Molton, esquire and John Newcombe of Teignmouth, esquire
Two tenements situated near Northernhay
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 3)

EXETER: ST KERRIAN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/394  3 & 4 January 1725/6

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Francis Lydstone of Exeter, merchant
2) Robert Lydstone of Exeter, druggist, the brother of 1)
Two tenements (previously one). And a further tenement with garden adjoining
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/2/395  7 January 1725/6

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Robert Lydstone of Exeter, druggist
2) Francis Lydstone, merchant, and Humphrey Bawden mercer, both of Exeter, and Francis Kingwell of Crediton, gent.
Three tenements in the parish
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 2) and the better securing of a settlement made on the marriage of John Newcombe and Mary Lydston

[no title]  69/M/2/396  1 & 2 June 1741

Contents:
Conveyance [by Lease and Release] to make a tenant to the Precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Oliver Baron of the Inner Temple, London, esquire
3) Henry Bateman of Holborne, London, esquire
Three tenements in Northgate Street

[no title]  69/M/2/397  17 June 1741

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) Henry Bateman, esquire, demandant
2) Oliver Baron, esquire, tenant to the Precipe
3) John Newcombe, tenant in tail
4) Samuel Ward, common vouchee
Lands in Northgate Street

[no title]  69/M/2/398  23 January 1750/1

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Vigers of Exeter, carpenter
Disclaimer of 1)'s rights to a wall at the north end of a garden belonging to 1)'s tenement

EXETER: ST KERRIAN AND ST DAVID  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/399  January/February 1754

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Ley, gent.
2) John Newcombe esquire, and Robert Lydstone Newcombe, gent.
Lands, parishes of St Kerrian and St David
[2 copies]

HALWELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/400  [1676]

[illegible]

Contents:
Inspeximus
1) Peter Fortescue, baronet
2) John Lane, Thomas Smith, Honor Sture, [illegible], Edmund Sture
Lands and tenements in Horney, barton of Gripstone
Recital of history of debt. Agreement that 2) should perform trusts in will of Philip Sture to pay debt owing to 1)

HARBERTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/401  28 November 1586

Contents:
Common Recovery
1) Henry Dugdale, gent., demandant
2) Edward Goodridge, tenant in tail
Lands in Harberton

HOLBETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/402  13 March 1661

Contents:
Grant of Annuity
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Gowen Champernowne of Dartington, gent.
Annuity of £20 pa arising out of Higher Barn Park, Kenswell Park, Higher and Lower Fernhill Combe, Fernhill Park, Green Park, in the barton of Scobiscombe
Term: 80 years

[no title]  69/M/2/403  14 March 1661

Contents:
Release of Annuity
1) Gowen Champernowne of Dartington, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Annuity of £50 pa arising out of Boringdon
Consideration: £600 and annuity of £20 issuing out of the barton of Scobbiscombe

INWARDLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/404  6 December 1582

Contents:
Counterpart Grant
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) John Northleigh of Inwardleigh, gent.
Lands, parcel of the barton of Inwardleigh. Also 2/8th parts of the advowson of Inwardleigh
Consideration: Marriage of 2) to Jane, daughter of 1)

ILSINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/405  6 July 1564

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) George Kyrkham of Paignton, esquire
2) John Myller of Connston, husbandman
Lands in Connston
Consideration: £20

KINGSBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/406  7 February 1526

Contents:
Lease
1) Edward Courteney of Cornwall, esquire
2) John Knight of Kingsbridge, tanner, and Kateryne his wife
Tenement with a thatched Trawe, stone and garden in Kingsbridge
Witnesses: Thomas Heyngston, ffyllyp Townsent and John Herward
Term: 20 years
Rent: 16s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/407  16 & 17 July 1827

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) The Reverend Robert Lane, Henry Strong, John Carter, William Elliot, William Carwithen Ford, John Lidstone, John Hannaford, and John Burgoyne, surviving feoffees of the lands of Kingsbridge
2) William, Bishop of Exeter and Ordinary of Kingsbridge
3) The Reverend George Furlong Wise, the younger, vicar of Kingsbridge
4) George Furlong Wise as such vicar
Piece of ground extending westward from the south west corner of the south wall of the church yard of Kingsbridge. To be used as a burial ground.
Consideration: 10s

KINGSTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/408  1 June 1553

Contents:
Lease
1) Henry Fortescue, Humfrey Bonvyle, William Strachelegh, John Wyley, Thomas Cliffe, Richard Wylling and Thomas Brooking, parishioners of Ermington
2) Henry Fortescue the younger
Petsland [Rent to be used for the repair and maintenance of Ermington parish church and for the feeding of the poor there]
Consideration: £4
Term: one year
Rent: 20s in four instalments pa
[Transcript available]

MAKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/409  10 July 1436

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) Walter Whitelegh, esquire
2) Thomas Harry of Plymouth, merchant, and Robert Peverell
One messuage in Bogheway, Boghedon and Cresemylle

NORTH TAWTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/410  14 June 1274

Contents:
Copy of Grant
1) Nicholas, Lord of Fineleegh, knight
2) Richard Cantefer, citizen of Exeter
Messuage in Halse and all 1)'s land of Halse
Consideration: 70 marks
Copy made 8 July 1594

[no title]  69/M/2/411  Easter term 1568

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Mark Slader, esquire, querent
2) John Blewett, esquire, deforciant
Lands in Halse and North Tawton

[no title]  69/M/2/412  12 December 1591

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Katherine Slader, widow of Mark Slader, esquire
2) Richard Cover of Exeter, draper, son in law of 1)
Tenement called Halse in North Tawton

[no title]  69/M/2/413  1 April 1605

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Ellacott of Exeter
2) John Hole, yeoman
Lands called Halse
Consideration: illegible
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 53/4d per year and two capons
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  69/M/2/414  7 January 1610/11

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Henry Ellacott of Exeter
2) John Hole the elder of Seale, yeoman, and John Hole, son of the said John
Tenements called Halls alias Halse
Consideration: £300
With copy

PLYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/415  31 January 1677

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) John Cooke of Plymouth, merchant
2) John Francis of Plymouth, merchant
Dwelling house called Saltram, alias South Saltram with lands adjoining
Consideration: £275 12s

[no title]  69/M/2/416  19 & 20 January 1719

Contents:
Lease and Release with declaration of the uses of a Fine
1) Josiah Austin of Plymouth, saddler, and Joanna his wife, one of the daughters, co-heirs and devisees of James Cutteford, late of Plymouth and Josiah Austin of Plymouth, eldest son of the said Josiah, and Mary Northcott of Plymouth, widow, the other daughter etc of the said James
2) Thomas Julyans of Plymouth, yeoman
Dwelling house called Saltram, alias South Saltram with lands adjoining. Also conveyance of an apple pound and machinery used for making of malt belonging to the property
Consideration: £355 and two guineas

[no title]  69/M/2/417  26 November 1706

Contents:
Assignment of Lease for 2000 years
1) Waller Bacon of Erleham, Norwich, esquire, and Frances his wife, and Timothy Betton of London, merchant and Anne his wife
2) James Spurrell of Plymouth, beer brewer
Original lease dated 22 May 1641 between William and Abraham Pomeroy, and William Hele Saltram
Consideration: £225
Term: remainder of term of 2000 years

[no title]  69/M/2/418  26 January 1749

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Fox of Plymouth, gent., and Philip Philips of Plymouth, apothecary
2) James Badcock of Marham Church, Cornwall, tanner
3) John Julian of Plymouth, gent.
Original lease dated 22 May 1641 between William and Abraham Pomeroy, and William Hele Saltram
Consideration: £500

[no title]  69/M/2/419  2 September 1801

Contents:
Lease
1) The Reverend Humphrey Julian of Egg Buckland, clerk
2) James Saunders of Charles, Plymouth, gardener Saltram alias Little Saltram and lands adjoining
Term: 14 years
Rent: £157/17 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/420  11 November 1842

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) William Bovell of Plymouth, esquire
2) Thomas Bewes of Plymouth, esquire
Supplemental to indenture of even date
Agreement for erection by 1) of a proper boundary wall to the full extent of the westernmost boundary of a piece of land adjoining the southernmost side of Four Field Lane, and for use of the same

[no title]  69/M/2/421  29 November 1861

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Walter Becket Lethbridge of Plymouth, smith
2) Joseph Watts Lethbridge of Byfield, Northamptonshire, deputising minister and Ann Becket Lethbridge, spinster and William Lethbridge, printer, both of Plymouth
¼ part of no 26 Green Street, Plymouth, formerly known as no 22. Also ¼ part of 1)'s interest in the real estate and residuary personal estate and effects bequeathed by the will of William Lethbridge, deceased
Consideration: £101 15s

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

BICKFORD'S GARDEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/422  1 & 2 December 1775

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage to attend the Inheritance with Lease and Release
1) William Avent of Plympton Earl, gent.
2) Jonathan Toope of Plympton St Mary, mason and hellyer
3) George Wynne of Plymouth, wine merchant
4) William Elford of Plymouth, gent.
Original mortgage dated 9 October 1774 between 2) and 4)
Bickfords Garden in Lincotta Lane
Consideration: £42

[no title]  69/M/2/423  [1784]

Contents:
Abstract of title of George Winne, late wine merchant, of Plymouth, to Bickford's Garden otherwise Denbow's Orchard in Plympton St Mary. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1774-1775

[no title]  69/M/2/424  19 December 1884

Contents:
Reconveyance
1) Nicholas Were and William John Woollcombe both of Plymouth, gents.
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Original mortgage dated 30 January 1858 between Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and Eliza Albena Palliser
Field called Denbow's orchard, no. 1920 on the tithe map of Plympton St Mary
Consideration: 5s and exchange of a field no. 1928 on the tithe map of Plympton St Mary
Enclosed are: letter and bill from Waterlow Bros & Layton re duty payable, dated January 1885; Memorandum of Agreement between the earl and George Robjohns re exchange of lands, dated 12 November 1884; note of Samuel Newbery re proposed sale of garden plot no. 1885 and clover plot no. 1886

BLAXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/425  24 April and 26 June 1697

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Samuel Kempe of Penryn, Cornwall, gent.
2) Thomas Lux of Plympton, butcher
Land at Blaxton
Consideration: 50s

[no title]  69/M/2/426  17 June 1712

Contents:
Mortgage for £768 10s
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Sarah his wife, and William Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent., administrators of the goods and chattels of Simon and Walter Hele, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3/4 parts and 1/8th part of tenements called Blaxton and Blaxton Cottage. Also 3/4th parts and 1/8th part of lands called Blaxton Meadow, Maryfield Park, The Two Sumptons Parks, Broadfield meadow, Cross Park, the Three Cassling Parks, the Great Goare, the Watry Meadow, the Little Goare, Coyte Park, Bowtown, Middle Park, Leigh Park, the Quillet, orchards and marshes, all being part of Blaxton tenement
[Two copies]
With bond for fulfilment of the same. Dated 9 September 1712

[no title]  69/M/2/427  12 June 1714

Contents:
Assignment of Annuity
1) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Sarah his wife
2) Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
4) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
Annuity of £30 issuing out of the tenement called Blaxton
Consideration: £257 10s
Term: 100 years or one life

[no title]  69/M/2/428  23 & 24 May 1715

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Thomas Lux of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire Toft and parcel of land at Blaxton
Consideration: £4 15s

BUTSIDES PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/429  15 & 16 November 1715

Contents:
Bargain and Sale and Release
1) John Worth of Worth, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire Field called Butside Park in Underwood, and a moiety of a field called Higher Preswell situated near Woodford. Also an annuity of 10s issuing out of a field called Larcombe, also situated near Woodford
Consideration: £79

COLEPARKS AND PRIORS PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/430  10 May 1715

Contents:
Oath sworn by Simon Hele and Edward Sparke that lands called Coleparkes and Priors Parkes in Plympton St Mary that are intended to be conveyed to George Parker are free from all encumbrances

[no title]  69/M/2/431  1 & 2 May 1827

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) The Reverend John Arscott, clerk, minister of Plympton St Maurice, and John Adams, sole churchwarden
2) Treby Hele Hays of Delamore, Plympton St Mary, esquire, Richard Rosdew of Beechwood, Plympton, esquire, and John Boger of Plympton St Maurice, esquire, trustees for repairing the high road from Brent Bridge to Gasking Gate, Plymouth
Field called Priors Park
Consideration: £220

[no title]  69/M/2/432  7 May 1827

Contents:
Release
1) Treby Hele Hays of Delamore, esquire, Richard Rosdew of Beechwood, esquire, and John Boger of Plympton St Maurice, esquire, trustees for repairing the high road from Brent Bridge to Gasking Gate, Plymouth
2) The Reverend John Arscott, minister of Plympton St Maurice and John Adams, sole churchwarden
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Field called Priors Park
Consideration: £164 11s

EASTON PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/433  10 April 1588

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Richard Halfe of Hurdenweeke, gent.
2) Thomas Adams of Plympton Underwood, tanner
Close of land called Eastons Park
Consideration: £30

[no title]  69/M/2/434  Trinity term 1611

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Simon Hele
2) Thomas Adams and Willmota his wife, Walter Adams and Oringe, his wife
Easton Parke alias Eastons Parkes and Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/435  Hilary Term 1612

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) John Hele and William Hele
2) Simon Hele
Eastons Park, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/436  1 & 2 March 1668/9

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Simon Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) Sir Philip Carteret of Hawnes, Bedfordshire, knight
Eastons Parks, Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £180

ELFORDLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/437  27 June 1589

Contents:
Sale of Fee Simple
1) Charles Grylls of Chaddlewood, gent.
2) Nicholas Wills of Plympton St Mary, husbandman, and Agnes his wife
Elverleigh

[no title]  69/M/2/438  7 March 1593/4

Contents:
Gift
1) Nicholas Wills of Plympton St Mary, husbandman, and Agnes his wife and Walter, their son
2) William Vaughan of Plymouth, shipwright
Tenement with lands adjoining in Elverlegh alias
Leigh
Consideration: £160

[no title]  69/M/2/439  31 December 1617

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Vaughan of Plymouth, merchant
2) Philip Ewlynge of Buckland Monachorum, yeoman
Tenement called Elford Lee alias Elford Leigh
Consideration: £220
Term: 40 years
Rent: 6/8d pa
Enclosed is a memorandum that the deed was shown to Thomas Large on 12 October 1647

[no title]  69/M/2/440  12 February 1630/1

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Thomas Sherwill of Plymouth, merchant
2) Matthew Nicholls of Plymouth, Priest
Lands in Elfordleigh, in Colebrook and in Shaugh
Prior. With closes called the Downs, Newpark,
Menapark, and others [mainly illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/441  8 August 1634

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Pleasance Vaughan, widow of Thomas Vaughan late of Plymouth, merchant
2) Sir William Courten of London, knight
Tenement with lands adjoining called Elfordlee alias Elfordleigh
Consideration: Annuity of £5
Term: 70 years
Endorsed with a memorandum of the service of the deed on John Maddock and Lucas Cocke at the time of their depositions in an unspecified court. Dated 12 October 1647

[no title]  69/M/2/442  10 July 1651

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Matthias Nicholls of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Part of a tenement called Elverlee alias Elfordleigh with closes of land called the Downs, Newpark, Menapark, and others [illegible]
Consideration: £325

[no title]  69/M/2/443  27 May 1720

Contents:
Agreement
1) Mary Parker of Brixton, spinster
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Assignment of lease of Elfordleigh on payment of the sum of £500

[no title]  69/M/2/444  1 June 1720

Contents:
Assignment of Term of 99 years
1) Mary Parker of Brixton, spinster
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Last will and testament Edmund Parker 8 July 16[91]
Estate called the Elverleighs
Consideration: £500
Enclosed is an explanation about the wording of the deeds addressed to John Pyne of Exeter, merchant [from Francis Collins]. Undated

KNOWLE WOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/445  1887

Contents:
Abstract of title of Cecil Edward Bewes and Captain Arthur Hill Lowe as trustees, to a piece of land called Knowle Wood and to a piece of land being part of Crownhill Down. Recital covers the period 1851-1883

[no title]  69/M/2/446  1887

Contents:
Bundle of documents re Knowle Wood and Crownhill Down: terms and conditions of sale, dated 1887; Mr Fitzroy's opinion on the title of the lands, dated 5 April 1887; letter from Bewes, Kelland & Bewes to Messrs Woolcombe & Pridham containing replies to Mr Fitzroy's requisitions, dated 21 April 1887; bill of Messrs Bewes, Kelland & Bewes for legal work, 1887; succession duty account of Dorothea Georgina Strode on the death of George Lidney Strode, dated 31 August 1887; coloured plan, nd; coloured plan dated 2 January 1887

LAPPS PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/447  22 March 1697

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Samuel Kempe of Penryn, Cornwall, gent., grandson and heir of Samuel Bury
2) Edward James of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
Close of ground called Lapps Park
Consideration: £102 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/448  9 September 1699

Contents:
Grant
1) Edward James of Plympton St Maurice, yeoman
2) Philip Westlake of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Close of ground called Lapps Park
Consideration: £76
[Two copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/449  28 November 1775

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) John Parker, esquire, demandant
2) John Smith, gent., tenant
3) John Westlake, common vouchee
Land in Lapps Park and Plympton St Mary

MAIDEN WELLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/450  27 February 1793

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Richard Thomas of Trethrake, Cornwall, esquire, executor of the will of the Reverend Nicholas Trevamon and Edward, Lord Eliot, the other surviving executor, John Greet and Anne his wife, Barbara Hugor and Jane Pyll (daughters and heirs at law of Ann Pyll, deceased)
2) Philip John Westlake of Shortridge, gent.
½ part of close of land called called Maiden Wells alias Lime Park

[no title]  69/M/2/451  28 February 1793

Contents:
Assignment of term of 500 years
1) Richard Preston of Ashburton, gent., administrator of goods of Martin Ryder
2) Richard Thomas of Trethrake, Cornwall, esquire, devisee of the will of the the Reverend Nicholas Trivanion
3) Philip John Westlake of Shortridge, gent.
4) George Winne of Plymouth, esquire
Original Settlement dated 28 and 29 October 1706
Supplemental to Release of even date
Moiety of a Field called Maiden Wells alias Lime Parks

[no title]  69/M/2/452  28 February 1793

Contents:
Release, with deed to lead the uses of a Fine with covenant for production of deeds
1) Richard Thomas of Trethcake, Cornwall, esquire, devisee of the will of the the Reverend Nicholas Trivanion
2) Richard Preston of Ashburton, gent.
3) John Greet, Ann his wife, and Barbara Hugoe, widow, all of Veryan, Cornwall, and Jane Pyll of Tregoney, Cornwall, spinster (Ann, Barbara and Jane being daughters and heirs of Ann Pyll)
4) Philip John Westlake of Shortridge, gent.
Moiety of a Field called Maiden Wells alias Lime Parks
Final Concord dated Michaelmas term 1792
Consideration: £61 paid to 1) by 4)
10s each paid to 3) by 4)

MERAFIELD AND BLAXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/453  1 June 1644

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Henry Cary of Cockington, esquire, and George Bagg of Saltram, esquire
2) Simon Hele, son and heir apparent of Walter Hele of Merafield, gent.
¼ part of a tenement in Blaxton. ¼ part of a tenement in Merafield with ¼ part of all barton lands belonging to the same [other properties illegible]
With common of pasture and turbary on [illegible] and common of pasture and estover on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £20

[no title]  69/M/2/454  20 June 1644

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Henry Cary of Cockington, esquire, and George Bagg of Saltram, esquire
2) Simon Hele, son and heir apparent of Walter Hele of Merrifield, gent.
¼ part of a tenement in Blaxton. ¼ part of a tenement in Merrifield and ¼ part of two closes of land called North [illegible]. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of pasture and [illegible] on Torrecombe
Consideration: £144

[no title]  69/M/2/455  Easter 1712

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Francis Collins, gent., querent
2) Edward Sparke, gent., with Sarah his wife and Simon Hele, gent., deforciants
Blaxton, Blaxton Cottage, Blaxton, Pool, Earlswood, Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/2/456  8 May 1712

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a Fine
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Sarah his wife
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3/4 parts of lands called Merafield, Blaxton and Blaxton Cottage in Plympton St Mary.
Also parts of Earls Wood in Shaugh.
Also common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and plowbote on Torrecombe Wood. Also free fishery in the waters of the Plym
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/457  16 June 1712

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £768 10s. With counterpart
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, esquire, son and heir of Walter Hele, deceased, and William Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent., administrator of the goods etc of the said Simon and Walter
2) John Fownes of Netherway, esquire, and Francis Drewe of Exeter, esquire, executors of the the will of John Kelland, deceased
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original mortgage dated 9 May 1679 between Simon and Walter Hele of the 1st part, William Elford of the second part and John Kelland of the third part Moiety, ¼ and 1/8th part of messuage with lands adjoining called Meryfield. Also fields called Wood Park, Hammadis Hill, Two Meadows, Three Parks and Quarry Parks, Doares Down, Bush Park, Bernards Moor, Tothill Down Meadow, Tothill Down, Broad Park, Mena Park and Wrendwills. Also part of Earlswood. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and ploughbote on Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/2/458  8 September 1712

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent., and Sarah his wife
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
3/4th parts of property as above.
Also 3/4th parts of a tenement called Blaxton and Blaxton Cottage and of lands called Blaxton Meadow, Meryfield Park, the Two Sumptors Parks, Broad Park Meadow, Cross Park, the Three Cassling Parks, the Great Gore, the Watry Meadow, the Little Goare, Coyte Parks, Bowtown, Middle Park, Leigh Park, the Quillets, orchards and marshes. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and ploughbote on Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/2/459  January 1712/13

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 1000 years
1) William Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent., administrator of the estate of Simon Hele late of Blaxton, gent., his father and Walter Hele, deceased, his brother
2) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent., son of Walter Hele, deceased
1/8 of a tenement of farthing called or in Blaxton, 1/8 of two tenements and one farthing of land called Great Merrafield with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover in Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £50

[no title]  69/M/2/460  10 September 1714

Contents:
Further charge for £200
1) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original mortgage dated 16 June 1712 between Simon and William Hele of the 1st part, John Fownes and Francis Drew of the second part and George Parker of the 3rd part
¼ part and 1/8 part of a tenement called Meryfield with lands adjoining, in Plympton St Mary.
Also tenement called Blaxton and Blaxton cottage
[With draft]

[no title]  69/M/2/461  25 March 1715

Contents:
Account of money due to George Parker from Simon Hele for principal money and interest charged by way of mortgage on lands called Merafield, Blaxton and Cote. Also for arrears of an annuity payable out of Blaxton

[no title]  69/M/2/462  7 May 1715

Contents:
Assignment to create a trust
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Morth of Talland, Cornwall, esquire
3) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
Original mortgage dated 16 June 1712 between Simon and William Hele of the first part, John Fownes and Francis Drew of the second part and George Parker of the third part
3/4 parts of lands called Meryfield. Also 3/4 parts of 13 closes called Woodpark, Hamadis Hill, the Two Meadows, the Three Parks and Quarry Park, Tothill Down Meadow, Tothill Down, Brood Park, the Menapark, and the Wrendwills. Also part of Earls Wood in Shaugh. Also 3/4th parts of a tenement called Blaxton and Blaxton Cottage and of lands called Meryfield Park, the Two Simptors Parks, Broad Park Meadow, Cross Park, the Three Cassling Parks, the Great Gore, the Watry Meadow, the Little Goare, Coyte Parks, Bowtown, Middle Park, Leigh Park, the Quillets, orchards and marshes. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, housebote, haybote and ploughbote on Torrecombe Wood
[With draft]
Enclosed is a letter from Simon Hele to George Parker regarding 1/8th part of Blaxton. Dated 11 August 1720

[no title]  69/M/2/463  9 & 10 May 1715

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release] to redeem the mortgage
1) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) Simon Hele of Blaxton, gent.
As above
[With draft copy of Release]
With bond for fulfilment of the same. Dated 10 May 1715

MARSH MILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/464  10 June 1761

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Sir John Rogers of Blachford, baronet, Frederick Rogers and John Hollis of Stoke Damerel, esquires, John Harris of Radford, esquire, Tristram Avent of Bickford Town, gent., Tristram Avent junior, Lampen Harris and Joseph Howell, all of Plymouth, gents., Nicholas Mill of Stoke Damerel, gent., all being trustees for the repair of the road from Brent Bridge to Gasking Gate
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
The old road and premises contiguous and adjoining to two parcels of ground called Great and Little Steart, being part of Marsh Mills tenement

[no title]  69/M/2/465  1888

Contents:
Draft Agreement
1) James Rippoth Bonny, agent for the Great Western Railway
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Purchase of 124 square yards of land at Marsh Mills
With coloured plan
[Also draft conveyance for the same]

BARTON OF SALTRAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/466  1629

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) John Fortescue of Spridleston, esquire
2) Sir James Bagg of Saltram, knight
All 1)'s interest in lands called Saltram
Consideration: £260

[no title]  69/M/2/466a  18 July 1678

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir George Carteret and Elizabeth his wife
2) Nicholas Courtenay of the Inner Temple, London, esquire
Barton of Saltram. Also an orchard near the Decoy Pool in Plympton St Mary and Brode Marsh, Mayes Marsh, Kilne Meadow and Cownapark, Egg Buckland.
Also ¼ part of Hentare and Whitehill in [Buckland] in the Moor
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £3 pa for Saltram
20s pa for the remainder
[2 copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/466b  29 May 1683

Contents:
Assignment of lease to redeem a mortgage
1) Nicholas Courtenay of the Inner Temple, London, esquire
2) Humphrey Borlace of Treluddro, Cornwall, esquire and Humphrey Courteney of Tremeere, Cornwall, esquire
Original lease dated 18 July 1678
Barton of Saltram
Consideration: £763

[no title]  69/M/2/467  3 April 1700

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage for £350
1) Hannah Brooke of St James, Westminster, spinster
2) Nicholas Courtenay of the [Inner Temple], esquire, husband of Elizabeth Courtenay
3) Edward Tregenna of the Middle Temple, gent.
Original lease dated 18 July 1661 [parties illegible]
Property as in 69/M/2/466a.

[no title]  69/M/2/468  10 February 1704

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Nicholas Courtney of the Inner Temple, London
2) Edward Tregenna of the Middle Temple, London, gent.
Property as in 69/M/2/466a.
Consideration: £516
Term: remainder of 99 years or two lives

[no title]  69/M/2/468a  10 May 1712

Contents:
Assignment of interest in recognisance
1) Thomas Wolstenholme of Saltram, esquire
2) Grace Lady Carteret Baroness Dowager of Hawnes, and John Parker, Lord Carteret, Baron Hawnes
3) William Samber and Martin Lantrow both of Lyons Inn, Middx, gent.
Barton of Saltram with ¼ part of the manor of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/469  3 July 1712

Contents:
Draft Assignment
1) Grace Lady Carteret and John Parker, Lord Carteret
2) William Samber and Martin Lantrow
3) Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire, and John Morth of Talland, Cornwall, esquire
Barton of Saltram and ¼ part of the manor of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/470  10 July 1712

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Carteret of Bedford
2) Thomas Wolstenholme of Saltram, esquire
Barton of Saltram and fields called Cownapark, Eastone, Killmeadow and Northlakes in Plympton St Mary. Also ¼ of two tenements called Whithill and Henter in Shaugh
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 5s pa
No heriot given

[no title]  69/M/2/471  1 April [1719]

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Wolstenholme the elder of Saltram, esquire, and Thomas Wolstenholme the younger
2) William Richards of Plympton St Maurice Mansion house, out houses and barton of Saltram
Term: seven years
Rent: £110 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/472  24 June 1721

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Wolstenholme of Saltram, esquire
2) William Richards of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Undertown and the Two Warrens, part of the barton of Saltram
Term: four 3/4 years
Rent: £14 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/473  1721

[illegible]

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Wolstenholme of Saltram, esquire
2) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, esquire
3) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Barton of Saltram with fields called Slade, the Two Little Meadows, Undertown [illegible] Quarry Park, Wercurne Park, the Lower Down, the Middle Down, the Home Down and the Copswood. Also the Cowne Park, Eastons Park, Kill Meadow and the North Lakes. Also ¼ part of two tenements called the Whitehill and Henton
Consideration: 5s paid to 1) by 2)
£100 paid to 1) by 2)
Term: 50 years or one life
Rent: £80 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/474  13 April 1865

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years, upon trust to indemnify Lady Katherine Emily Parker's charge of £2000 on the real estates of Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, deceased
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Harriet Sophia Countess Dowager of Morley
3) 2) and Augustus Granvills Stapleton of Warbrook, Hants, esquire
3) Hon. Charles Skeffington Clements of no. 44 Grosvenor Street, Middx, esquire, and Clere Talbot of the War Office, London, esquire
Mansion house called Saltram and lands numbered 2170, 2171, 2172 and 2173 on the Plympton St Mary tithe map

SLANNINGS MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/475  3 May 1709

Contents:
Release [from a Bargain and Sale and Release] and Quitclaim
1) Thomas Pierce of Welshpool, Montgomery, gent., (executor of the will of Hugh Crocker late of Plymouth, gent.)
2) Jane Hals (widow and executrix of the will of Richard Hals late of Lyons Inn, Middx, gent.) and John Rolfe of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, esquire, and Sarah his wife (sole daughter and heiress of the said Richard Hals)
3) Amos Doidge, merchant and John Elford, gent., both of Plymouth
4) John Willoughby of Plymouth esquire, and Edith his wife (niece and sole heiress and also a creditor of Hugh Crocker aforesaid)
Five fields called Slannings meadow, Lakehead, Eastergour, Brookings Meadow and Deans Easter Cliff Park alias Veals meadow
Consideration: £30 paid to 1) by 3)
5s each paid to 2) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/476  15 January 1777

Contents:
Agreement to Indemnify against claims of dower
1) George Marshall of Mount Stone, Stonehouse, esquire
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Accompanies Lease and Release dated 14 & 15 January 1777
Five fields called Slannings Meadow, Lakehead, Easter Goar, Brookings Meadow and Deans Easter Cliffe
Parke alias Veals Meadow

[no title]  69/M/2/477  16 January 1777

Contents:
Assignment of the residue of 100 years in trust to attend the fee
1) Richard Doidge of Elfordleigh, esquire, (executor of the last will and testament of Amos Doidge late of Plymouth, merchant)
2) George Marshall of Mount Stone, Stonehouse, esquire
3) John Parker of Plympton St Mary, esquire
4) Walter Radcliffe of Warleigh, esquire
Original settlement dated 2 & 4 May 1709
Property as above
Consideration: 5s to 1) by 4)

STONE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/478  24 June 1547

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1) Thomas Drake of Plymouth, yeoman, and Margaret his wife
2) Walter Bykford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Moiety of premises in Stone. Also a moiety of an annuity of 20 shillings issuing out a messuage called Heysford and Litany, in the tithing of Loughtor
Consideration: £30
Rent 20s per year

[no title]  69/M/2/479  27 March 1589

Contents:
Feoffment
1) John Drake of Holbeton, yeoman, and John his son and heir apparent
2) Walter Bickford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Lands in Stone
Consideration: £33

[no title]  69/M/2/480  28 March 1589

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) John Drake of Holbeton, yeoman, and John his son and heir apparent
2) Walter Bickford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Lands in Stone
Consideration: £33

[no title]  69/M/2/481  1 & 2 November 1709

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Bickford of Moore, gent., Jonathan Bickford of Ford, gent., and Margaret his wife, and David Bickford of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Two fields called Stone, bounded by Grassy Lane on the west. Also Fosters Fields, adjoining on the east. Also Culver meadow lying at Lunch. Also a field bounded on the west by the way leading towards Woodford Cross. All which lands were formerly part of Stone tenement
Consideration: £120
Enclosed is a bond for fulfilment of the same. Dated 2 November 1709

[no title]  69/M/2/482  November 1709

Contents:
Final Concord
1) George Parker, esquire, querent
2) John Bickford, Jonathan Bickford and Margaret his wife, and David Bickford, deforciants
Lands in Stone and Plympton St Mary

UNDERWOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/483  16 November 1655

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Richard Pearse of Tamerton Foliot, yeoman, and Mary his wife
2) Edward Merchant of Plympton St Mary, miller
Original lease dated 24 June 1644 between Francis Fortescue and Mary Higg otherwise Reynolds House and garden in Underwood with commons adjoining, bounded on the north by the road from Clapper Street to Blaxton
Consideration: £5
Term: remainder of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/484  5 May 1671

Contents:
Lease
1) Mayor and Commonality of Plymouth
2) Edmund Gay of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Messuage in Underwood. Also a close of land on the south of the middle way leading from Blackstone to Plympton and to the north of a higher way between the same places. Also one close of land in Underwood on the south of the same road
Consideration: £19/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 13/4d

[no title]  69/M/2/485  23 February 1697/8

Contents:
Lease
1) Walter Hele of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) Simon Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, worstedcomber
Close bounded on the south and north by the road from Underwood to Blaxton
Consideration: £10
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 6/8d

[no title]  69/M/2/486  14 September 1761

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Mayor and Commonality of Plymouth
2) Joseph Tolcher of Plymouth, gent.
Ruined messuage with adjoining close in Underwood, bounded on the south by a way from Blackstone to Plympton. Also one close bounded on the south by a higher way between the same places
Consideration: £31/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 13/4d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/487  29 September 1773

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Elizabeth Burnell of Plymouth, spinster
2) John Maddock of Plympton, tanner
Fields called Middlewoods in Underwood
Term: seven years
Rent: £12 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/488  1 and 2 May 1774

Contents:
Copy of Lease and Release
1) Elford Sparke of Chattlewood, esquire, (surviving son and heir of Elford Sparke, deceased)
2) Jonathan Toope of Plympton St Mary, mason and hellier
Two tenements in Plympton Underwood bounded on the south by the street from Clapperhead to Plympton Maurice. Also Bickford's garden in Lincotta Lane
Consideration: £87 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/489  24 and 25 March 1775

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) George Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent.
3) Henry Tolcher the younger of Plymouth, esquire
Tenement or four closes of land situated at Underwood.
The first close called Easter Hillpark bounded on the north by the highway from Lakehead to Blaxton, the second adjoining the first, the third bounded by Middle lane on the East, the fourth bounded on the north by the lane called Passage Way
Consideration: £140

[no title]  69/M/2/490  28 and 29 September 1781

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, clothier
2) Philip John Westlake of Egg Buckland, gent.
Garden of orchard called Lymes Garden in Underwood, situated on the north of the road from Underwood to Saltram
Consideration: £10

[no title]  69/M/2/491  11 and 12 August 1789

Contents:
Lease and Release with Agreement to levy a fine
1) Edward Luscombe
2) Robert Paddington of Underwood
3) John Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley
Blanch Hill, a tenement in Underwood with an orchard called the New Orchard and moietys of a meadow and an orchard [and other properties (?) illegible]
Consideration: £231

[no title]  69/M/2/492  12 August 1789

Contents:
Bond
1) Edward Luscombe of Dittisham, gent., and John Brooking Luscombe of Efford, clerk
2) John Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley, esquire
2) to peaceably hold lands conveyed by a Lease and Penal sum: £100
Condition: Release of even date. Agreement for conveyance of remaining ¼ part of premises by the eldest son of Joan Holditch on his attainment of the age of 21, or payment by him of £25 to 2) 3/4 part of tenement in Underwood and also of the New Orchard in Lincotta Lane

[no title]  69/M/2/493  1789

Contents:
Abstract of title to Blanch Hill, a meadow and 3/4 of a messuage in Underwood

[no title]  69/M/2/494  [1793]

Contents:
Abstract of title of Philip John Westlake to a dwelling house with orchards, land and Lime Park field in Underwood, Plympton St Mary.
Recital of deeds and associated papers 1681-1793

[no title]  69/M/2/494a  January/February 1802

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Philip John Westlake and Elizabeth his wife
Lands in Underwood

[no title]  69/M/2/495  28 December 1832

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Mayor and Commonality of Plymouth
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Freehold and reversion in fee of a toft, orchard and garden adjoining in Underwood. Also a close of land on the south of the Middle Way from Blackstone to Plympton and a close on the south of the Higher Way from Blackstone to Plympton
Enclosed: receipt for payment of rent, 11 November 1828; receipt for rent, 24 June 1832; valuation of land belonging to the borough of Plymouth in the parish of Plympton St Mary, dated 10 November 1832; copy of excerpt from the Plympton St Mary baptism register for Richard Gullett Kingdon - copy made 23 November 1832; bill of Whiteford and Pym for legal work connected with the grant, with receipt, 29 December 1832; letter from Mr Yolland to George Pridham re conveyance to Richard Kingdon, nd; quitclaim from earl of Morley, to Richard Kingdon dated 6 November 1840

LANDS OF GEORGE WINNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/496  1 & 2 May 1771

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Elford Sparke of Plympton St Mary, gent., son and heir of Elford Sparke, deceased
2) George Leach of Plymouth, gent.
Cox's Close alias Cockspark
Consideration: £45

[no title]  69/M/2/497  24 & 25 March 1775

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) George Leach of Plymouth, gent., and George Leach the younger, his son and heir at law
2) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Property as above.
Consideration: £50

[no title]  69/M/2/498  24 & 25 March 1775

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Edmund Fortescue of Fallapit, esquire
2) George Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent.
3) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Four closes of land being part of Aldwyns alias Langs tenement
Consideration: £130
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/499  23 & 24 June 1775

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Henry Tolcher the younger of Plymouth, esquire
2) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Property as above.
Consideration: £158 10s

[no title]  69/M/2/500  28 & 29 September 1776

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Pearse Eveleigh of Ridgeway, malster, cousin, executor and residuary legatee neamed in the last will and testament of John Pearse, deceased
2) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Coles Meadow in Lincotta Lane
Consideration: £60

[no title]  69/M/2/501  [1784]

Contents:
Abstract of title of George Winne (as above) to Cox's Close otherwise Cock's Park, Cole's Meadow late Eveleigh's. Aldwyns otherwise Lang's, Luttrell's, Will Park, Middle Park and Clay Park all in Plympton St Mary. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1697-1784

WOODFORD OUTER FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/502  29 May 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Aaron Adams of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Woodford Outer Farm with closes of land called Lower and Higher Furze Parks, Lower and Higher Stephens Downs, Lower and Higher Plym Bridge Fields, Eight Acres, Eleven Acres, Sheerwood Court and Buildings, Little Sheerwood, Decoy Pool Marsh, Morley's Piece, Great Sheerwood and Thirteen Acres. Also part of a close called Sheerwood Bottom. Also two pieces of marsh land lying on the eastern side of a road leading from Farm Pool Gate to Merafield
Term: seven years
Rent: £279 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/503  13 May 1857

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Aaron Adams of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £279 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment to Henry Manley Cork. Dated 28 September 1858

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/504  20 January 1549/50

Contents:
Deed of Gift
1) Richard Lowter of Plympton, clerk, and Thomas Hyngeston of Thurlestone, husbandman
2) William Hooper of Plympton, yeoman
Tenement with garden adjoining in Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/505  30 October 1620

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Edward Courtenay of Trethurfe, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Snelling of Chaddlewood, gent.
1/8th part of three grist mills called Earls Mills situated near Plympton Rudgway. Also 1/8th part of a quillet of land called [Mills Ground]. Also 1/8th part of a tenement [illegible]. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover, haybote, [illegible] on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £62

[no title]  69/M/2/506  30 October 1620

Contents:
Lease
1) Edward Courtenay of Trethurfe, Cornwall, esquire
2) Thomas Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenements in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £13

[no title]  69/M/2/507  25 December 1625

Contents:
Lease
1) Jerome Vestments the elder, and Jerome Vestments the younger, both of Plympton St Mary, yeomen
2) George Crossman of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Two tenements called the Barn, together with the old walls, waste ground and herb garden adjoining called Lynch, situated on the north side of the highway from Plympton Mill Street towards Plymbridge
Consideration: £14
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/508  20 July 1629

Contents:
Assignment
1) Jerome Vestment the elder of Colebrook, yeoman
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Original Bargain and Sale dated 12 November 1606 between Thomas Emerson and William Bennett of the one part and Jerome Vestment of the other part. Lands called Parker's Land in Colebrook. Also that tenement late in the occupation of Edward Brooking. Also lands and a barn lately occupied by Nicholas Dier. Also a close of land in Backmare
Consideration: £66 13s 4d
Rent: 38s 6d pa to the Exchequer

[no title]  69/M/2/509  12 May 1642

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) George Rescolla of Foye, Cornwall, merchant
2) Thomas Crampporne of Plymouth, merchant
Close called Menapark
Consideration: £10

[no title]  69/M/2/510  2 February 1665

Contents:
Release
1) Sir Nicholas Slanning of Maristow, knight
2) Sir George Carteret
Lands [illegible] in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £1400

[no title]  69/M/2/511  20 November 1677

Contents:
Lease
1) Sir George Careter
2) John Pearse of Ermington, gent.
Two closes of land called Goosehills
Consideration: £90
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/2/512  24 June 1699

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Jonathan Bickford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Welsh of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Parcel of land called Culver Meadow at Lunch, to the north of a highway from Lymecross to Plympton St Mary Church
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/513  October 1700

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Mayne Pearse of [Corn]wood, yeoman
2) Johan Watts
Frankling Parke in Plympton Underwood. Piece of land in the High Street in the town of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/514  4 December 1700

Contents:
Copy of Letters Patent
1) George Parker
Licence to enclose lands in Plympton St Mary, further described

[no title]  69/M/2/515  23 March 1702

Contents:
Lease
1) Jonathan Bickford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Thomas Rowe the elder of Woodford
Close of land bounded on the west by a lane to Woodford Cross
Consideration: £15
Rent: 3s pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/516  20 August 1702

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Jonathan Bickford of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Welch of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Three closes of land called, bounded on the west by Grassy Lane
Consideration: £140
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 23s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/517  4 November 1712

Contents:
Licence of Alienation
1) Dean and Canons of the King's Free Chapel of St George within the castle of Windsor
2) Lady Carteret of Hawnes, Bedford, widow
Original lease dated 23 May 1709 between 1) and 2)
Plympton St Mary rectory with priests' lodgings and tithes

[no title]  69/M/2/518  28 November 1713

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) Henry Horton, gent.
2) John Gould, gent.
Lands in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/519  30 & 31 May 1714

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Samuel Rolle of Heanton Satchville, esquire, Thomas Bere of Huntshaw, esquire, Sir Nicholas Hooper, John Hauk, Thomas Bury, esquire, and Paul Orchard
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire Burys lands
Consideration: £80

[no title]  69/M/2/520  Michaelmas term 1714

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Francis Pengelly, esquire
2) Edward Sparke and Sarah his wife
Lands in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/521  Octave of St Martin 1714/15

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Francis Collins, gent.
2) Thomas Wolstenholme, esquire, and [Mary] his wife
Lands in the town of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/522  16 July 1718

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Simon Hele of Plympton Maurice, gent., son and heir of Walter Hele
2) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent. Lynes Close, Allen's Piece, Hingstone's Close alias Dunstone Park, Dean's Wester Close Brookings Meadow, Bickfords Garden and Lymes Garden all situated near Underwood. Also Hingstons Orchard and a newly erected barn, both situated in Underwood. Also six tenements, Comir's tenement and a dwelling house with lands adjoining, all in Underwood. Also a plot of ground bounded on the south by the highway from the Alms house of Plympton Maurice to St Martins Street and a plot of ground adjoining St Austin's Street, both in Underwood. Also a close bounded on the south by the highway from Underwood to Blaxton. Also a piece of land lying in the Middle Lane near Holbeton Green. Also a field called Boy's Close and a close of land called Dunstone. Also a field bounded on the north and south by the Highway from Underwood to Blaxton. Also a close of land lying on the west side of the highway from Whitecross to Underwood and a piece of land lying near Holbeton Green
Consideration: £360

[no title]  69/M/2/523  20 & 21 November 1722

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) William Bickford, esquire of Dunsland alias Dousland, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Tenements in Colebrook with closes of land called Cratridge, Colebrook Down, Cowpark, an orchard called Linkadale and other lands [illegible], being the lands of 1) in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £200
[Two copies of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/524  1 December 1725

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Arthur Perryman of Ide, gent.
2) Edward Sparke of Topsham, gent.
Close of land in Plympton St Maurice, situated to the east of Darke Street. Also a field called Larkham situated in Woodford. Also a plot of ground in Underwood bounded on the north by the street from Drunkenbridge to St Austens Street. Also an orchard in Underwood on the east of Clapper Street
Consideration: £55

[no title]  69/M/2/525  April 1758

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Simon Brooking, plaintiff
2) John Bannick, gent., and John Hellier and Elizabeth his wife, deforicants
Lands in Merafield, Underwood and Priors Park alias Thornevill Down. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and common of estover on Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/2/525a  1758

Contents:
Robert Palmer's covenant to produce deeds at the request of Mary Burnell. With schedule of deeds. 1/8th part of fields called Northern and Southern Dorsmouth Hills and Middlewoods

[no title]  69/M/2/526  25 March 1771

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Hellier of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 8 May 1769 between 1) Egreton Filmore, George Prideaux and John Wyse, 2) Elizabeth Fortescue and 3) John Hellier
Three closes of land called Lower Close, Middle Meadow and Little Close
Consideration: 60 guineas

[no title]  69/M/2/527  24 & 25 December 1773

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Thomas Fownes of Kittery Court, clerk, and Henry Fownes Luttrell of Dunster Castle, esquire
2) Henry Fownes Luttrell of Dunster Castle, Somerset, esquire
3) George Winne of Plymouth, merchant
Strole of land near the River
Consideration: £35 paid to 2) by 3)
10s paid to 1) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/528  23 March 1774

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Garland Langworthy of Plympton St Maurice, surgeon
2) Isaac Penberthy of Cornwood, yeoman
Messuage and plot of land called Lobb and Lobb Mill
Term: 14 years
Rent: £28 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/529  9 & 10 April 1780

Contents:
Attested copy of a Lease and Release
1) Arthur Farwell of Totnes, gent.
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Cottage with fields called Furze Parks and Venton Park. Also a cottage with an orchard and herb garden at Venton. Also a field called Norkey alias Nickey's Field situated at Venton. Also a cottage with orchard and herb garden situated near Glaze Allars and a tenement in Venton Wood with a cottage and with a plot of ground adjoining. Also two closes called Katherine Parks, formerly part of the barton of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/2/530  24 & 25 March 1785

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Elford Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, esquire, son and heir at law of Elford Sparke, deceased
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Field called Larkham situated in Woodford
Consideration: £91

[no title]  69/M/2/531  Trinity 1789

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Pollexfen Bastard, esquire
2) Robert Paddington and Honor his wife, and John Brooking Abbot
2/4th parts of a messuage and of a garden in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/532  9 November 1791

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) Thomas Lear of Sandwell, esquire, Langdon John Full of Downton, esquire, the Reverend Thomas Kitson of Shiphay, clerk, Charles Kitson of Shiphay, gent., executors of the will of Richard Strode late of Newnham, esquire
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary
Field called Woodford or Plym Bridge Gardens
Term: 14 years
Rent: £11 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/533  9 November 1791

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Thomas Lear of Sandwell, esquire, Langdon John Full of Downton, esquire, the Reverend Thomas Kitson of Shiphay, clerk, Charles Kitson of Shiphay, gent., executors of the will of Richard Strode late of Newnham Park, esquire
2) John Brooking Abbott of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
Field called Steers Park, Plympton St Mary
Term: 14 years
Rent: £7/12s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/534  9 November 1792

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Thomas Lear of Sandwell, esquire, Langdon John Full of Downton, esquire, the Reverend Thomas Kitson of Shiphay, clerk, Charles Kitson of Shiphay, gent., executors of the will of Richard Strode late of Newnham Park, esquire
2) Robert Rendall of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called Joan Brooking, two fields near Linketty Lane
Term: 14 years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/535  [1792]

Contents:
Abstract of title of Mrs Anna Maria Eveleigh, Mrs Margaret Cookesley and George Langworthy the younger, to a moiety of Colmer's Field in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/2/536  [1793]

Contents:
Abstract of title of Richard Thomas, esquire of Tretheake, Cornwall to Mabins's Field in Plympton St Mary. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1706-1792

[no title]  69/M/2/537  1 June 1800

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) Anthony Brooking of Egg Buckland, yeoman
2) Richard Gullett of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Oats's tenement and a field called Prestwells alias Kerswills, both situated at Woodford
Term: 14 years
Rent: £42 pa

[no title]  69/M/2/537a  25 December 1802

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Arthur Puckey of Liskeard, Cornwall, esquire, and Thomas Hugo of Crediton, surgeon
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Saltram
7/8ths parts of South-West Heathfields
Consideration: £39 2s 6d
Term: residue of unspecified terms

[no title]  69/M/2/538  1805

Contents:
An Act for enabling His Majesty to grant a certain Creek, called Chelson Bay, otherwise Shilston Bay, Plympton St Mary; and for vesting the same, in John Parker, Lord Boringdon, and his Heirs

[no title]  69/M/2/539  [1806]

Contents:
Abstract of title of Henry Anderson Morshead esquire, and Elizabeth Anderson Morshead his wife to lands at Elfordleigh Heath, Heathford, Lisleyney Wood, Wharton Wood and Little Heath in Plympton St Mary. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1741-1806

[no title]  69/M/2/540  23 June 1810

Contents:
Release [from Lease and Release] and Assignment of Lease
1) Elizabeth Mayow of Plympton St Maurice, widow
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Revesion in fee simple on death of 1) of 3/4 part of an orchard near Drunken Bridge. Assignment of the remaining ¼ part for the remainder of 1000 years
Consideration: £100

[no title]  69/M/2/541  15 August 1811

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds
1) The Reverend Warwick Young Churchill Hunt of Bickleigh, clerk
2) John Lord Boringdon
3/4th parts of closes called Dorsmouth Park, Blakewell Park, Heathfield Meadow, Little Heathfield Meadow and the higher part of Long Meadow
With schedule of deeds

[no title]  69/M/2/542  November 1813

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, plaintiff
2) Richard Manning the younger, and Susannah his wife
Lands in Wadgers Parks alias Wagges Parks
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/543  [1817]

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Longmead esquire, to Heathdown, Furze Park, Small Park, Crees's Grave, Crees's Orchard and Crees's Shiphay, all in Plympton St Mary. Recital of deeds 1816-1817

[no title]  69/M/2/544  19 July 1819

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) James Cobley of Plympton St Mary, timber merchant
2) Peter Williams of Plympton St Mary, esquire
Original lease dated 8 November 18? between William Homan Jones and [illegible]
Mill Meadow, being the upper end of Stone Meadow
Term: remainder of 99 years determinable on one life
Consideration: £64

[no title]  69/M/2/545  16 November 1849

Contents:
Grant
1) George William Frederick, earl of Carlisle, Alexander Milne, esquire, and Charles Alexander Gore, commissioners of H M woods, forests, land revenues, works and buildings
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
12 acres of marsh, part of Blaxton marsh on the shore of the River Plym near Saltram
With receipt dated 6 March 1850 for costs of the conveyance.
Consideration: £24

[no title]  69/M/2/546  28 September 1861

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Charles Francis Williams of Plympton St Mary, timber merchant
Parcel of land comprised of portions of closes numbered 2295, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812 on the Plympton St Mary tithe map for erection of a dwelling house
Term: 99 years
Rent: £3 pa
Endorsed with a coloured plan

[no title]  69/M/2/547  11 February 1899

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Sir Thomas Villiers Lister of Armitage, Sunninghill, Berks, KCMG, and Robert Adam Phillips Haldane, earl of Camperdown
3) Arthur Francis Salmon of Plympton St Mary, gent.
No 8 Boringdon Villas
Consideration: £250
With coloured plan

[no title]  69/M/2/548  29 September 1924

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Richard Norma Jago of Haye, Plymstock, yeoman
2) Thomas Hocking of Hardwick, Plympton, yeoman
Lands called Shelly Park and New Park, situated on the west side of the road from Billacombe to Plympton (nos. 1588 & 1589 on the Plympton tithe map)
Consideration: £650

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND CORNWOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/549  12 June 1868

Contents:
Draft Conveyance [with Redemption of mortgage and with discharge and Quitclaim from payment of rent-charge and legacy]
1) William Hodgson of Manchester, esquire
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
3) Harriet Sophia, Countess Dowager of Morley
4) Said Harriet and Augustus Granville Stapleton of Warbrook, county of Southampton, esquire
5) Lady Katherine Emily Parker
6) George Parker of Delamore, Plympton St Mary, esquire, a Captain in the Royal Navy
7) Copleston Lopes Radcliffe of Plymouth, gent.
Original mortgage dated 7 January 1838
Lands called Cholwich Town, Lower and Higher Broomage, Broomage Woods, Tin Parks, Parkland and Skellys Green Waste in Cornwood. Also Wester Park lands otherwise Park Lawnes in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £10,000

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND EGG BUCKLAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/550  25 March 1637

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Sir James Bagge of Saltram, knight, and Sir Nicholas Slanning of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall, knight
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Annuity of £5 issuing out of parcels of land called Broad Marsh and Mayes Marsh and out of lands called Leigham and a deer park made from the same, situated in Plympton St Mary and Egg Buckland
Consideration: Previous Agreement for conveyance of the Broad Marsh and Mayes Marsh

[no title]  69/M/2/551  24 March 1638

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Feoffment
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Sir Nicholas Slanning of Pendenis Castle, Cornwall, knight
Two pieces of lands called Broad Marsh and Mayes Marsh, Plympton St Mary and Egg Buckland
Consideration: £1480

[no title]  69/M/2/552  16 August 1664

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Sir Nicholas Slanning of Maristow, knight and baronet
2) Philip Carteret, esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir George Carteret
Lands called the Broad Marsh and Mayes Marsh with the Decoy Pool. Parishes of Egg Buckland and Plympton St Mary
Term: six months

[no title]  69/M/2/553  16 February 1698

Contents:
Mortgage for £530
1) Gervaise Berkeley junior of London, esquire
2) Hannah Brooks of Westminster, spinster
Lands in Plympton St Mary and Egg Buckland [mainly illegible]. Includes Mayes Marsh, Kiln Meadow, Henter and Whitehill
Term: Reside of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/554  1851

Contents:
Abstract of title (marked A) of Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Mainstone Farm, Egg Buckland, Beer's and Watts's Tenements, otherwise Brooking's Tenements, Aldwins Tenement, Baggleholes Tenement all in Colebrook, St Mary and Nicholls's Tenement, all Plympton St Mary. Recites deeds 1793-1831

[no title]  69/M/2/555  1854

Contents:
Abstract of title (marked B) of Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, as 69/M/2/554. Recites deeds 1851-1853

[no title]  69/M/2/556  1871

Contents:
Abstract of title (marked C) of Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and George Pridham his mortgagee to property as above. Recital of deeds 1854-1866

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND PLYMPTON ST MAURICE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/557  7 & 8 June 1811

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Andrew Sargent, surgeon of the Royal Cornwall Militia
2) The Reverend Warwick Yound Churchill Hunt of Plymouth, and Elizabeth his wife
3) John Lord Boringdon
Closes called Six O'Clock Field, Wheaton Lake, Dorsmouth Park, Blakewell Park, Heathfield Meadow, Little Heathfield Meadow and the higher part of Long Meadow in Plympton St Mary. Also tenement in Plympton Earl. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor, and common of estover, housebote and plowbote on Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £2800
Enclosed are abstracts of title of John Parker, Lord Boringdon to the Reverend Warwick Young Churchill Hunt's lands, 1811, and of the Reverend W Y C Hunt's title to a field near Ingram Shute, 1811.
Also correspondence re sale of land, 1843, 1853 and note re an exception in the conveyance

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/558  23 March 1925

Contents:
Exchange
1) Edmund Robert, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Hocking of Hardwick Farm, Plympton, farmer
3) Robert Henry Benson of 26 Old Broad Street, City of London, esquire, and the Hon. Lionel Michael St Aubyn of St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
Conveyance of lands numbered 715 and 723 on the 1915 OS map of Plymstock by 1) to 2).
Conveyance of lands numbered 1588 and 1589 on the 1919 OS map of Plympton St Mary by 2) to 3)
With schedule of deeds

[no title]  69/M/2/559  25 March 1925

Contents:
Acknowledgement for production of deeds
1) William George Brock Stoneman of 1, Clarendon Place, the Hoe, Plymouth
2) Edmund Robert, earl of Morley Haye Farm, Plympton St Mary and Plymstock

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND SHAUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/560  24 June 1806

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Phillip John Westlake of St Andrews, Plymouth, Joseph Burnel of Stoke Damerel
Henry Baker of St Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall
2)'s quitclaim of right of way from public road (leading from Colebrook to Shaugh) through fields called Pulpy Park and Cann Downs to his tenements called Pethills. Grant by 1) of right of way from Pethills on the way fenced by 1) at the higher end of fields called Six Acres, Higher Summer Ley and Thirteen Acres

[no title]  69/M/2/561  23 September 1808

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) John Lord Boringdon
2) Sir Manasseh Masseh Lopes of Maristow, baronet
Quitclaim as above

PLYMPTON ST MAURICE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/562  28 June 1714

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Thomas Wolstenholme of Saltram, esquire, and Mary his wife
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
¼ of annual rent of £24 2s 2d issuing out of the borough of Plympton St Maurice
Consideration: £144
With bond for fulfilment of the same

[no title]  69/M/2/563  1 October 1806

Contents:
Surrender
1) Peter Parrymore of Plympton Earle, shopkeeper
2) Robert Palmer of the same, gent.
3) George Palmer of Plympton St Maurice, Rear Admiral of the White Division of HM Fleet
1/8th part three fields called Higher, Lower and Middle Castlehays in Plympton St Maurice
Consideration: £100

[no title]  69/M/2/564  7 February 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) The Reverend Charles Trelawny Collins of Timsbury, Somerset
Henry Hele Treby of Goodamoor, esquire
William Foot of Devonport, gent.
(Trustees under the will of Paul Treby Treby, deceased)
2) Letitia Anne Treby of Goodamoor, widow, and relict of the said Paul Treby
3) Ann Grigg of Plympton Earle, spinster
Ports House in Longbrook Street in Plympton Earle.
Also Heywood House in Longbrook aforesaid
Consideration: £300
Endorsed with a memorandum of appointment and conveyance of Heywood House to John Hurrell by indenture dated [nd] 1854. Dated [nd] 1854

[no title]  69/M/2/565  20 April 1872

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Roger Smith, rector of Plympton St Maurice, William John Woollcombe and William Ruston, gents., churchwardens of the same
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Cottage and garden in Plympton St Maurice previously granted to 1) by 2) and Jane Tucker for the purposes of a school
Consideration: £5
Enclosed is a letter from Mr Secretary H A Bruce, Whitehall, agreeing to the sale. Dated 14 March 1872.
Also two receipts for payment of rates by Mrs Mary Cawse. Dated 13 March 1872

PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/566  16 April 1636

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Richard Forde of Westhoe, gent.
2) Thomas Riche of Plymstock, gent.
Moiety of messuage situated at Hooe alias Westhooe at a place called Turnchapel

[no title]  69/M/2/567  17 January 1664/5

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) William Beare of Tillhouse, Broad Clyst, gent., and Mary his wife
2) Sir George Carteret, knight and baronet
¼ part of lands situated at Hooe alias Westhooe at a place called Turnchapel
Consideration: £166 13s 4d

[no title]  69/M/2/568  2 December 1663

Contents:
Bargain and Sale for six months
1) Henry Hatsell of Plympton St Mary, esquire
2) Sir George Carteret, knight and baronet
Parts of lands situated at Hooe alias Westhooe at a place called Turnchapel

[no title]  69/M/2/569  25 December 1805

Contents:
Assignment of lease to effect a conveyance
1) John Bray Cater of Plymstock, shipbuilder
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Original lease not described
House and shipwrights yard, Turnchapel
Consideration: £480
Term: remainder of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/570  3 December 1808

Contents:
List of deeds relating to Wixenford and Pomphlett sent to Messrs Burley and Moore

[no title]  69/M/2/571  6 January 1810

Contents:
Grant
1) Richard King of Fowelscombe, esquire
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Road lately constructed by 2) over 1)'s mill pool at Pomphlett, being part of the road constructed by 1) running from the new Embankment at Plymouth to Elburton and Plymstock via a flying bridge over the Lary [Laira]
Term: 500 years
Rent: 1s pa

[no title]  69/M/2/572  14 & 15 March 1823

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Joan Harris Hendy of Elburton, widow, and William Watts Harris Hendy of the same place, yeoman, son of the said Joan
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
5/8th parts of Field called Dunstone
Consideration: illegible

[no title]  69/M/2/573  1830

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Parker, earl of Morley, to fields called the Ficenes in Plymstock. Recital of deed of lease and release 1830

[no title]  69/M/2/574  1830

Contents:
Abstract of title of Henry Ratty of East Prawle, yeoman, and of Thomas Pitts of Plymouth, maltster, his mortgagee to a messuage and land called the Swimplett, Stentaway and two fields called the Ficenes, all in Plymstock. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1806-1829

[no title]  69/M/2/575  1833

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Parker, earl of Morley, to Billacombe tenement, Reed Hill, Reed Hill Orchard and Nursery, all in Plymstock. Recital of deed of lease and release 1807

[no title]  69/M/2/576  1833

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Parker, earl of Morley, to a Quay or Wharf, part of the barton of Pomphlett in Plymstock. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1807-1828

[no title]  69/M/2/577  3 January 1873

Contents:
Mortgage for £400
1) Edward Rabbidge of Lamerton, yeoman
2) Margaret Barns of Plymouth, widow
Moiety of lands called Great Wardens, Middle Wardens and Higher Wardens (nos. 69/226-8 on the Plymstock tithe map), part of an estate called Hakes and Newlands. Also Elburton quarry and kilns and a close called Great Standary adjoining (nos. 69/410 and 69/366 on the tithe map)

[no title]  69/M/2/578  1924

Contents:
Abstract of title of Thomas Hocking/Richard Jago to part of Haye Farm, Plymstock. Recital of deeds 1920-1924

[no title]  69/M/2/579  1925

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Richard Jago to part of Haye Farm, Plymstock. Recital of deeds 1920-1922

SALCOMBE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/580  28 September 1850

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edward Prince of Wales
2) John Harnden of Salcombe, mariner
Part of beach of Salcombe within the water Bailiwick of Dartmouth, and foreshore, with power to build a house, form a fish pool and make an oyster bed
Term: 99 years
Rent: 5s pa

SAMPFORD SPINEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/581  30 November 1578

Contents:
Licence
1) Jerome Mayhowe of Boringdon, esquire
2) Nicholas Slanning of Bickleigh, esquire
To construct and maintain a weir at Byklym Wood alias Buckym Wood [Bicklime Wood] in the water called the Walkham, for his mill at Hokeford Bridge [Huckworthy]

SHAUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/582  14 March 1579

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Nicholas Slanning of Bickleigh, esquire
2) Jerome Mayhowe of Boringdon, esquire
Pamridge Woods and Hethefield alias Peth Hill Down, all in Shaugh
Consideration: £20

[no title]  69/M/2/583  1722

Contents:
Schedule of deeds concerning Richard Hamlyn's title to an 1/8th part of Lower Leigh tenement and other lands in Shaugh. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1620-1722

[no title]  69/M/2/584  12 & 13 May 1836

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Sir Ralph Lopes of Maristow, baronet
3) William Courtenay of Walreddon, esquire, Charles Biggs Calmady of Langdon Hall, esquire, and the Reverend John Yonge of Puslinch
Parcel of common land in Shaugh to be held in two equal portions in trust for 1) and 2) in settlement of a legal dispute concerning ownership
Consideration: 10s each to 1) and 2) by 3)
With coloured plan

[no title]  69/M/2/585  16 March 1840

Contents:
Attornment
1) Emanuel Maddock
2) The earl of Morley
Estate called Whitehill, Shaugh Prior
Consideration: 1s

[no title]  69/M/2/586  10 July 1896

Contents:
Duplicate Conveyance
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
Piece of land situated at Lee Moor, part of a close numbered 644 on the OS map of Shaugh Prior. With right of way.
For use as an additional burial ground for the parish.
With coloured plan
Enclosed is a letter from White Borrett & Co. to Messrs Travers Smith & Co. enclosing the deed. Dated 6 August 1896. Also a memorandum by the Rt Hon. Robert James Baron Wantage, as mortgagee by an Assignment of Mortgage dated 20 December 1888, consenting to the conveyance. Dated 1 June 1896. Also a copy of the resolution passed at a Meeting of the Directors of the Metropolitan Life Assurance Society, as mortgagees under a mortgage dated 30 January 1889, consenting to the conveyance. Dated 10 June 1896. Also a copy of the resolution passed at a meeting of the Directors of Martins Bros. Ltd, as tenants entitled to pieces of the land by Lease dated 1 February 1889, consenting to the conveyance. Dated 15 June 1896

[no title]  69/M/2/587  30 July 1896

Contents:
Conveyance [duplicate]
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Bray, china clay worker, James Bettes, joiner, William Hore, china clay worker, and George Frederick Selleck, farmer, all of Lee Moor, William Palk, builder, George Henry Lang, merchant, Henry Lawry, ironmonger, and John Hill Smith, printer, all of Plymouth
Piece of land situated at Lee Moor, part of a close numbered 644 on the OS map of Shaugh Prior.
With right of way.
For use as a burial ground.
With coloured plan

TAVISTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/588  15 December 1836

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Williams of Upper Clapton, Middx, esquire
2) John Rundle of Tavistock, MP
1/6th part of a dwelling house and premises situated in Brook Street, Tavistock
Endorsed with a Memorandum of clause of Agreement for production of this deed in a Conveyance dated 2 August 1837

TOTNES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/589  30 April 1707

Contents:
Lease
1) Bampfield Rodd of Stoke Canon, esquire
2) Joan Clift of Totnes, widow
Elwell otherwise Elwill meadow, near Totnes
Consideration: Surrender of a lease dated 20th February 1696 between between Bampfield Rodd and John Clift
Also the sum of £9
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 6s pa

MULTIPLE PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/590  2 September 1566

Contents:
Settlement
1) Robert Stydston and Anne his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of William Smith, deceased
2) Thomas Snellynge and Johanne his wife, [another daughter and heir]
3) John Noseworthy and Mary his wife, [another daughter and heir]
4) John Snellynge and Richorde his wife, [another daughter and heir]
5) John Heddon and Wylmote his wife, [another daughter and heir]
6) Nycholas Pears and Marryn his wife, [another daughter and heir]
Division of the inheritance of William Smith late of Knighton Boamonde in Plympton, gent. Lands in Ilsington and Plympton, Newton Busshel, Newton Abbot, Brixham, Churston, Plymouth, Higher Harford Smith [Lower Harford Smith] and Huycke

[no title]  69/M/2/591  Hilary term 1591

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Walter [...]wte, Nicholas Wylli, Robert Whitborne and [Radulfus] Whitborne, querentes
2) Charles Grills, gent. and Agnes his wife, deforicants
Lands in Leigh alias Elfordleigh, Combe, Milton Abbott, Plympton St Mary and Tavistock

[no title]  69/M/2/592  25 March 1648

Contents:
Counterpart Bargain and Sale
1) William Yeo of St Stephens near Saltash, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Elford of Shittestor, esquire
Pasture on the common of Lee Moor alias Leigh Moor.
Lands called Longstone, Norrator, Woodlands, [Lake alias Syackatownd] and Higher and Lower Bickham in Shittstor (Sheepstor), Meavy and Buckland Monachorum
Consideration: 20s
Rent: 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/593  4 June 1681

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1) John Addams of Plymouth, cordwainer, and Rebecca his wife, William Farr of Plymouth, [ropemaker] and Prudence his wife, and Sarah Randall of Plymouth
2) John Pearse of Plympton St Mary, gent., and Roger Mills of Plymouth, and William Bastard [illegible]
Lands [illegible] in Blaxton, Plympton St Mary, Plympton Underwood, St Andrew and the borough of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/2/594  Hilary term 1706/7; 1707/8

Contents:
Final Concord
1) George Parker, esquire, querents
2) John Trelawny, esquire, and Edward Trelawny, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants
Lands in Colehanger, East Allington, Chillington, Stokenham, North Poole, South Poole, Frogmore and Cla[illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/595  Hilary term 1708/9; 1709/10

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Robert Wolcombe, esquire, querents
2) Henry Bennett, gent., and Margaret his wife, deforciants
Lands in Chudleigh, Whiteway, Wolcombe, Harcombe and Haldon alias Haldown

[no title]  69/M/2/596  Easter term 1712

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Francis Collins, gent., querent
2) Edward Sparke, gent., and Sarah his wife, and Simon Hele, gent., deforciants
Lands in Plympton St Mary, Shaugh, Merrifield, Blaxton, Blaxton Cottage, Blaxton Pool, Earles Wood, Torrecombe Wood and Leigh Moor

[no title]  69/M/2/597  27 May 1734

Contents:
Bargain and Sale for a year
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Robert Newcombe of Illogan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Martyn of Exeter, esquire
1/3rd part of the Knole Barton and cottages lately taken out of the same, situated in Crediton.
Also Broadham meadow and Waterleate Meadow, Colebrook. Also lands called Venbridge, the Churchill alias the Hyde, the Hill Piece, the Barley Park, the Corner Park, the Lower Bottom Meadow and Lower Bottom Spire Meadow in Highweek

[no title]  69/M/2/598  25 & 26 January 1763

Contents:
Attested copy of Settlement [Lease and Release with Assignment]
1) William Cholwich of Oldston, esquire, and Thomas Cholwich his only son, of the same place, esquire
2) Thomas Taylor of Denbury, esquire, Walter Radcliffe of Warleigh, esquire, and Thomas Adams of Blackawton, clerk
3) Thomas Lear of Sandwell, esquire (who married Mary Anna Cholwich), Samuel Cholwich of Mothecombe, Doctor in Divinity (who married Grace Cholwich), Petronel Cholwich and Joanna Cholwich of Oldston, spinsters (which said Mary Anna, Grace, Pretronel and Joanna are the daughters of William Cholwich and Pretronel his late wife)
4) John Cholwich of Farringdon, esquire
5) John Laskey, rector of Morleigh, clerk
Original Settlement dated 7 September 1724 made on the marriage of William Cholwich and Petronel Tenements in Wembury, Brixton, Yealmpton, Plymouth, Newton Ferrers, South Brent, Harberton, Diptford, Heavitree and North Huish. Also the moiety of a cottage, barn and garden, a close called Lane End, the Fursehill and two closes called Fursehill, all in Down Thomas in Wembury.
Also Biddlecombe tenement and fields called Henridge and Barn Meadow, Chudleigh. Also five closes lying between Long Park Lane and a piece of land called Winterhill and two other little pieces of ground, all being parcels of the barton of Polsloe, Heavitree. Also tenements called Norris Bickham and Cradley Wood, North Huish

[no title]  69/M/2/599  19 & 20 October 1768

Contents:
Attested copy of Reconveyance [Lease and Release with Assignment]
1) Thomas Taylor of Denbury, esquire, Walter Radcliffe of Warleigh, esquire, and Thomas Adams of Blackawton, clerk
2) John Laskey, rector of Moreleigh, clerk
3) Samuel Cholwich of Mothecombe, Doctor in Divinity (devisee in fee named in the will of Thomas Cholwich, deceased)
3) Allen Perring of Dartmouth, gent.
Property as above
Consideration: Deduction by 3) of sum of £1849 10s three farthings out of sums owed to him by 1) in fulfilment of trusts vested in them

[no title]  69/M/2/600  5 May 1777

Contents:
Copy of an Attested copy of a Deed of Uses of a Fine
1) Grace Farwell of Totnes, widow (relict of Arthur Farwell), Arthur Farwell of Totnes, gent., and Christopher and George Farwell, both of the same place, mercers (three children of the said Grace and Arthur)
2) John Babbage of Totnes, surgeon
Lands called Peter Tavy Church Town, Torr alias Torr Town, Godsworthy, South Godsworthy and East Lands, situated in Peter Tavy and Mary Tavy.
Also dwelling house with Cleland Meadow adjoining, and close called South Ditch, Peter Tavy.
Also 3/4ths parts of Higher Bullerford alias Butterworthy, Tavistock. Also eight cottages, a close called Hockey Park alias Nickeys Field, Furse Park and Venton Park, Babbages Orchard and 1/8th part of Katherines Parks, all in Plympton St Mary

CORNWALL PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

BODMIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/600a  21 and 22 July 1685

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Thomas Wynnell of Cranbrook, Essex, esquire
2) Jasper Wood of Bodmin, Cornwall, clerk
Closes of land and pastures called the two middle Cookslands and Cooksland or Gardners Close in Bodmin
Consideration: £105
Enclosed is a receipt for the purchase money of Cooksland

[no title]  69/M/2/600b  7 and 8 May 1718

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) William Pennington of Bodmin, Cornwall, clerk, and William Wymond of Bodmin, gent. (trustees under the will of Jasper Wood decd)
2) Mary Wood of Bodmin, widow, relict of Jasper Wood, late of Bodmin, clerk, deceased, and Jasper Wood of Bodmin, son and heir of the latter
3) John Tredwen of Bodmin, ironmonger
Closes of land and pastures called the two middle Cookslands and Cooksland or Gardners Close in Bodmin
Consideration: £271/3s

[no title]  69/M/2/600c  1 and 2 August 1783

Contents:
Mortgage in fee for £100 + interest
1) William Tredwen of Blisland, Cornwall, yeoman, eldest son and heir of John Tredwen late of St Mabyn, Cornwall, yeoman, deceased, who was the nephew and heir-at-law of John Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, ironmonger, deceased.
2) Christopher Sloggett of Bodmin, currier
A tenement called Cooksland near Cooksland Commons, Bodmin, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/2/600d  8 January 1785

Contents:
Further mortgage for £70 + interest
1) William Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, yeoman, eldest son and heir of John Tredwen late of St Mabyn, Cornwall, yeoman, deceased, who was the nephew and heir-at-law of John Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, ironmonger, decd.
2) Christopher Sloggett of Bodmin, currier
A tenement called Cooksland near Cooksland Commons, Bodmin, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/2/600e  25 January 1788

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) William Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, yeoman, eldest son and heir of John Tredwen late of St Mabyn, Cornwall, yeoman, deceased, who was the nephew and heir-at-law of John Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, ironmonger, deceased
2) Christopher Lean of Tom Rows, Blisland, Cornwall, yeoman
3) Christopher Sloggett of Bodmin, currier
A tenement called Cooksland near Cooksland Commons, Bodmin, Cornwall
Consideration: £200

[no title]  69/M/2/600f  23rd and 24 May 1790

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1) Christopher Sloggett of Bodmin, currier
2) Christopher Lean of Tom Rows, Blisland, Cornwall, yeoman and Dorothy his wife
3) William Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, butcher, eldest son and heir of John Tredwen late of St Mabyn, Cornwall, yeoman, deceased, who was the nephew and heir-at-law of John Tredwen of Bodmin, Cornwall, ironmonger, deceased
4) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
A tenement called Cooksland near Cooksland Commons, Bodmin, Cornwall
Consideration: £410

BODMIN AND DAVIDSTOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/600g  [1794]

Contents:
Abstract of title of the Reverend Henry Hawlins Tremayne to lands in Bodmin and Davidstow, Cornwall Recital covers the period 1726-1794

BODMIN AND EGLOSHAYLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/601  10 April 1701

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son and heir of Edmund Parker, deceased
2) Granville Piper of Launceston, Cornwall, esquire
3) William Kekewich of Treglight, Cornwall, gent.
Original mortgage dated 14 & 15 August 1684
Lands called Treglighe alias Treglight, Calligan and Totnes, in Egloshayle and Bodmin

NORTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/602  19 December 1700

Contents:
Copy of Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) Edward Whitefield of Crediton, gent., (son and heir of John Whitefield), John Whitefield (Edward's brother), Mary Whitefield, widow (relict and administratrix of the said John Whitefield, deceased) and George Parker of Boringdon, esquire (son, heir and administrator of Edmund Parker, deceased)
2) Sir Nicholas Morice of Werington, baronet
3) Elizabeth Morice, aunt of 2)
Tenement situated at Staine Hill alias Mark's tenement. Also tenements called Stenhill and a farthing of land on Langon Down
Consideration: £580 paid by 2) to 3)
£298 paid by 1) & 2) to 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/603  1700

Contents:
Abstract of title of George Parker esquire, to a messuage and tenement called Stainehill, the Swarm Inn and adjoining dwelling house, Great and Little [Meadows] and George Hill in North Petherwyn. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1650-1674

ST KEW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/604  20 & 21 October 1691

Contents:
Lease and Release with redemption of mortgage and Agreement to Levy a Fine
1) George Lynam, soap boiler of London (only son of Richard Lynham, deceased), and Sir James Tillie of Pentillie, Cornwall, knight
2) Nicholas Symons of St Kew, Cornwall, gent.
Original Mortgage dated 19 & 20 January 1679 Close of land on the west side of the Highway from St Kew Church-town to Bodmin, situated in the village and fields of Rosenvallen in St Kew. Also close of land on the east side of the said highway in the said village and fields. Which two closes together comprise 2/8th parts of the said village and fields
Consideration: £75 paid to George Lynham by 2)
10s paid to James Tillie by 2)

SOUTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/605  22 March 1801

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Bawden of South Molton, esquire, and John Newcombe of Teignmouth, esquire
Farms called Great and Little Talpetherwin in South Petherwin, Cornwall

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/606  Easter Term 1606

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Nicholas Hicks, clerk and John Harris, clerk, querents
2) Josiah Hawke, gent., and Martha his wife, and Richard Hawke, gent., and Anna his wife, deforciants
Lands in Butterdown, Loskernicke, Foymoore alias Highmoore, Trereven, Trevoy, St Cleather, Alternon and Davidstow

DEVON AND CORNWALL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/607  Trinity term 1808

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Edward Pidsley, gent., plaintiff
2) Francis Newcombe Day, esquire, and John Newcombe, esquire, deforciants
Lands in Talpetherwin, Hicks, Talpetherwin and South Petherwin, Cornwall. Also lands in Exeter

SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

DURSTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/608  23 December 1725

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Sarah Baker of Buckland, Durston, widow, relict of James Baker, deceased, and Christopher Baker of Buckland, eldest son and heir apparent of the said James
2) John Poulett, esquire, son and heir apparent of John Parker, earl Poulett, Viscount and Baron of Henton St George, Pollexfen Bastard of Yerston, esquire, Bernard Hutchins of Henton St George, esquire, John Francis Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbear, Doctor in Divinity and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Mansion House with demesne lands called Buckland and Buckland Farm. Also rectory of Durston with glebe lands, etc belonging. And all lands of 1) in Buckland and Durston
[with copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/609  13 February 1764

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) William Baron of Chipping Wycombe, earl of Shelburne, Ireland, and Vere Poulett, esquire, demandants
2) John Lawes, gent., and Thomas Lawes, gent.
3) John Parker the younger, esquire, vouchee
Lands in Buckland and Durston

LANCASTER  [no ref. or date]

DUCHY OF LANCASTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/610  [1701]

Contents:
Abstract of all grants made of lands belonging to the Southern parts of the Duchy of Lancaster since 13 February 1688/9. Recital of deeds 1689-1701

[no title]  69/M/2/611  [1701]

Contents:
Abstract of all grants made of lands belonging to the Northern parts of the Duchy of Lancaster since 13 February 1688/9. Drawn up by P W Bellamy in pursuance of an Order of the House of Commons

[no title]  69/M/2/621  [1701]

Contents:
Abstract of all grants made [of lands belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster] since 13 February 1688/9, showing to whom made and for whose benefit. Drawn up by William Lowndes

MULTIPLE PROPERTIES  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF BORINGDON, ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/613  23 January 1587

Contents:
Exemplification of a Recovery
1) Arthur Bassett, knight, Francis Drake, knight, Anthony Muncke, esquire, John Hele, esquire, and Marie his wife, and Jerome Mayhowe, esquire, and Katherine his wife
2) Humphrey Selwood and Anthony Makepowder Manors of Boringdon alias Borington, Woodford, Compton Gyfford and Bowdon, and lands in the above, and in Plympton St Mary, Shave alias Shaugh, Egg Buckland and Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/2/614  7 August 1592

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) John Peryam of the county and city of Exeter, gent.
2) Edmond Parker of North Molton, esquire Borringdon alias Borrington, in Plympton St Mary, Shaue alias Shaugh and Egg Buckland.
Also Broadmeade alias the Marshes in the Sandes, in Plympton St Mary

MANOR OF BERRYNARBOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/615  20 October 1621

Contents:
Copy of a deed to lead the uses of a fine
1) Richard Bery of Berrynarbor, esquire, and Mary his wife (one of the daughters of Sir William Kirkham)
2) Sir William Kurkham of Blagdon, knight, and John Coffin of Gouldworthie, gent.
3) Sir Walter Tichborne of Aldershot in the county of South[hampton], knight, Thomas Risdon of Sandwell, esquire, and Francis Kirkham, gent. (one of the sons of the said Sir William Kirkham)
Manors of Burynerber alais Berrynarbor and Martenhoo alias Mattinghooe. Also demesne lands of Burynerber. Also closes called Ruggatownepark, Berrynarbor. Also tenements called East Elford and West Elford in the said parish. Also all lands of 1) in Berrynarbor, Martinhoe, Suddon, Langtree, Bridwell, Halberton, Blackawton, Dittisham, Ede, Alphington, St Thomas, Exeter, Stoke Canon, Nether Exe, Newton alias Newton St Cyres, Combe Martin and Heavitree

MANOR OF COCKINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/616  29 January 1761

Contents:
Counterpart Assignment of two terms on mortgaged property
1) Edward Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, gent.
2) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
3) Rawlin Mallock of Cockington, esquire
4) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
5) John Ley of the Middle Temple, London, esquire
Original mortgage dated 9 December 1746
Manors of Cockington and Chelston alias Chiliston alias Shiliston and demesne lands of Cockington and the Great Meadow in Cockington. Also the manor, barton and farm of Stanter alias Stontor in Marledon.
Also Yeabsley's tenement in Marledon.
Also the manors of Broadclyst and Smalrudge alias Smalridge.
Also the manor of Fiddington alias Fuidington in Somerset.
Also the church, rectory, parsonage and sheaf of Tormoham and Cockington and the advowson of Tormoham and Cockington

[no title]  69/M/2/617  29 January 1761

Contents:
Counterpart Assignment of Judgements to protect a mortgage
1) Frances Stoward Newcombe of Exeter, gent.
2) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
3) Rawlin Mallock of Cockington, esquire
4) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
4) The Hon. Ann Poulett of Albemarle Street, Westminster, esquire
Original mortgage dated 9 December 1746
Judgements obtained against 3) by Margaret Champernowne and Sarah Darell. Appointment of 5) as 1)'s attorney to prosecute upon the said judgements

[no title]  69/M/2/618  29 January 1761

Contents:
Counterpart Assignment of a mortgage for £5000
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Rawlin Mallock of Cockington, esquire
3) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original mortgage dated 28 & 29 April 1751
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/619  29 January 1765

Contents:
Further charge for £1000
1) Rawlin Mallock of Cockington, esquire
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Property as above

HUNDRED OF COLERIDGE AND MANOR OF STOKENHAM, ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/620  28 July 1600

Contents:
Settlement by Lease for 3000 years
1) Richard Pearse of West Allington
2) Cypryan Pearse, son of 1)
3) John Pearse, son of 1)
4) Chrispin Pearse, son of 1)
Messuage and house in Muckwill, with a garden and parcel of land called the Haye adjoining. Also parcels of land previously parcel of a tenement in Backton comprising of closes of land called Lime End, Furse Park, Bridges Park, Combe and Toppark and part of common ground called the Mase and the Collye. Messuage, houses and buildings in Backton including lands called the Will haye, the Haye, Showts garden, the Meadows, Fords Garden, Torthe Haye, Norther Downs, Sowther Downs
Endorsed with Memorandum of showing of the deed in the cause depending in Chancery Pearse v Pearse on 24 September 1607

[no title]  69/M/2/621  15 May 1626

Contents:
Letters Patent
Recites previous grants of Stokenham Manor and Hundred of Coleridge [title being confirmed to Edward Amerydith]

[no title]  69/M/2/622  22 & 23 May 1710

Contents:
Lease, Bargain and Sale, and Release
1) Alexander Popham of Littlecott, Wilts, esquire, and Francis Popham, esquire, son and heir apparent of 1)
2) John Harris of Mount Boone, Townstall, esquire
Hundred of Coleridge with all rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances belonging to the same
Consideration: £600

[no title]  69/M/2/623  May 1710

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Harris, esquire, querent
2) Alexander Popham, esquire and Francis Popham, esquire
Hundred of Coleridge with all rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances belonging to the same
Consideration: £600

[no title]  69/M/2/624  10 December 1718

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £8400 [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) Sir John Lambert of London, baronet, Sir Randolph Knipe, Sir John Williams, Sir William Chapman, all of [London], knights, and Samuel Clark, Benjamin Lethienllier and Richard Merry of London, merchants
2) Henry Portman of Orchard, Somerset, esquire
3) Mary Harris of Exeter, widow of John Harris
Tenement called Windsor in Crediton.
Also a tenement late the property of Nathaniel Adams in Crediton. Also tenements and lands called Spruce Park and But Park with barn adjoining, situated near Bowden Hill. Also a tenement late in the possession of Robert Lock the elder. Also a tenement and barn at Bowden Hill. Also a dwelling house situated on the east side of the highway from Crediton to Exeter. Also a close of land called Fair Park situated near Windsor. Also Three closes of land with appurtenances situated near Darte Downs. Also Knighton tenement and Woodlands alias Woodhouse tenement, in East Allington, Loddiswell and Buckland Tout Saints. Also hundred of Coleridge with all its rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances. ¼ part of the manor of Cornworthy Also the barton farm of Cornworthy. Also ¼ part of the lands of Charles Boon esquire, deceased in the villages or places of Cornworthy, West and East Cornworthy and Allhaleigh alias Alleigh alias Allhallowleigh. Also ¼ part of Mount Boon tenement with lands belonging to the same, in Townstall. Also a waste plot of ground on the east side of a plot adjoining highway from Dartmouth to Townstall Church in the, with Long Orchard adjoining. Also ¼ part of premises belonging to the same, and of one orchard and hop garden and several fields called Collings Close alias Well Close, the Plumb Meadow, the Brickfield, the Pathfield, the Great and Little Grattons, the Great Langwell, the Square Close, the Stray Park, the Long Close, the Little Square Close, the Cayfield, the Lower and Higher Slade. Also ¼ part of fields called Redwells, the Plain Meadow, Oldwalls and Wheelers. Also ¼ part of a moiety of a tenement called Townstaal and of fields called Two Furze Hills, the Three Corner Furze Fields, the Path Field, The Quarry Park, The Little Close and the Well Park, The Great and Little Rock Parks, the Oad Close, the Little Quillets, the Long Closes and the Church Park. Also ¼ part of a moiety of four tenements in the town and borough of Clifton, Dartmouth Hardness. Also ¼ part of lands formerly of Thomas Boon, John Boon, Charles Boon and Dame Jane Foche situated in Cornworthy, East and West Cornworthy, Allhaleigh, Townstal, Clifton, Dartmouth and Hardness

[no title]  69/M/2/625  8 December 1726

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Henry Portman of Orchard, Somerset, esquire
2) Mary Harris of Exeter, widow, relict of the late John Harris
Tenement called Windsor in Crediton.
Also a tenement late the property of Nathaniel Adams in Crediton. Also tenements and lands called Spruce Park and But Park with barn adjoining, situated near Bowden Hill. Also a tenement late in the possession of Robert Lock the elder. Also a tenement and barn at Bowden Hill. Also a dwelling house situated on the east side of the highway from Crediton to Exeter. Also a close of land called Fair Park situated near Windsor. Also Three closes of land near Darte Downs.
Also Knighton tenement and Woodlands alias Woodhouse tenement, in East Allington, Loddiswell and Buckland Tout Saints.
Also hundred of Coleridge with all its rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances

[no title]  69/M/2/626  26 & 27 December 1751

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Pyne of Knighton, merchant
2) Thomas Heath of Exeter, merchant
Hundred of Coleridge with all rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances belonging to the same
Consideration: 10s
Term: Natural life of 1)

[no title]  69/M/2/627  24 & 25 May 1769

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Malachy Pyne Heath of Broad Clyst, gent., only son of Thomas Heath, deceased
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Hundred of Coleridge with all rights, members, liberties, franchises and appurtenances belonging to the same
Consideration: £400

MANOR OF COLERIDGE ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/628  November 1585/6

Contents:
Agreement
1) John Ackland of Cullompton, esquire
2) John Donnscombe of London, gent.
For assignment of the properties should they be delivered to 1) under a Statute Staple Manors of Coleridge, Cullompton, Ponsford and Padbrook

[no title]  69/M/2/629  20 May 1610

Contents:
Assignment under Statute Staple of interest in a debt of £400 in trust for Thomas Dunscombe
1) John Wall of Lynne, Norfolk
2) John Davy of Meadland, gent., and William Northcot of Uton, gent.
Statute Staple dated 4 September 1585. Debt owing from Philip Bassett to William Combe Manors of Ponsford, Padbrook and Coleridge. Premises in Ponsford, Padbrook, Coleridge, Cullompton and Bradridge

MANOR AND PARISH OF COLERIDGE: LANDS OF JOHN WHITE THE ELDER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/630  20 May 1668

Contents:
Bond
1) John White the elder of Coleridge, gent., and John White the younger, his son
2) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Penal sum: £1600
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in a pair of indentures of this same date.

[no title]  69/M/2/631  13 March 1669/70

Contents:
Agreement
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John White the elder of Coleridge, gent., and John White the younger, his son
Original mortgage dated 10 September 1668 between 2) and 1)
Agreement that 2) may enjoy the premises until [date illegible] and make leases of property therein. Agreement that rent issuing out of lands called Southmore does not appertain to the said manor of Park
Manor and Park of Colerudge alias Coleridge

[no title]  69/M/2/632  7 September 1678

2 copies

Contents:
Warrant issued by John White the elder and John White the younger of Coleridge, gent.lemen. In the event of their failing to abide by their bond to Edmund Parker of Boringdon dated 13th March 1678, this warrant authorises Robert Bury, John Hawkings and Edmund Carpenter, or any other attorney at the Court of Common Pleas, to acknowledge the judgement of the Court on their behalf.

[no title]  69/M/2/633  6 December 1682

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1) Sir George Hutchins, knight, one of the Lords Commissioners for the custody of the Great Seal of England
2) George Parker of Boringdon, (son and heir and executor of Edmund Parker, deceased) and Francis Collings of Boringdon, gent.
Original mortgage dated the 24 May 1682 between John White the elder and George Hutchins
Tenement called Higher Park
Consideration: £453 4s ?d
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/2/634  6 September 1693

Contents:
Assignment of a Judgement
1) Dame Anne Smith of Powderham, widow and executrix of Sir James Smith knight, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire All judgements recovered by Sir James Smith against John White

[no title]  69/M/2/635  26 January 1694

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a Fine
1) Philip Shobrooke of Coleridge, weaver, and Mary his wife, Theodore Parker of Coleridge, gent., and Hester his wife
2) John Quicke of Newton St Cyres, esquire, and Hugh Stafford of Upton Pyne, esquire
Manor and dispersed park of Coleridge. Also lands of John White the elder, deceased, in Coleridge and Dartmouth

[no title]  69/M/2/636  31 April & 1 May 1694

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Philip Shobrooke of Coleridge, weaver, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of John White, deceased
2) Theodore Parker of Coleridge, gent.
Tenements called Oake Springland Westminster, Higher Park, Lower Park and Coleridge Park Mills.
Also moiety of the manor of Colerudge alias Coleridge. Also Coleridge Park. Also moiety of tenements of 1) as heirs of John White situated in Coleridge and in Dartmouth, Clifton, Hardness or elsewhere in Devon
Consideration: £150
Enclosed is a receipt for payment of the consideration dated 6 July 1696.
Endorsed with memorandum of showing of the same to Thomas Alden and Thomas Radford at the time of their examinations. 11 October 1697

[no title]  69/M/2/637  April 1694

Contents:
Final Concord
1) John Quicke, esquire, and Hugh Stafford, esquire, querents
2) [Philip] Shobrooke and Mary his wife, and Theodore Parker and Hestor his wife, deforciants Manor of Coleridge. Lands in Coleridge and Dartmouth

[no title]  69/M/2/638  1701/2

Contents:
Draft Release [from a Lease and Release] and deed to lead the uses of a fine
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son and heir of Edmund Parker
2) Theodore Parker of Coleridge, gent., and Hester his wife, being the daughter of John White the younger, deceased
3) Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Manor and Park of Colerudge alias Coleridge
Consideration: £5500 paid to 1) by 3)
5s paid to 2) by 3)

MANOR OF COLLATON KYRKEHAM: LANDS OF EDWARD BLOUNT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/639  2 & 3 March 1726/7

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Edward Southwell of Westminster, Middx, esquire, John Merrill of Westminster, Middx, esquire
2) Annabella Blount, widow, relict of Edward Blount, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire Barton lands of Blagdon, Newparks, Oldaways and the Downs. Also all that manor of Collaton alias Collaton Kyrkeham. Also lands of the said Edward Blount, in Paignton, Marldon and Stoke Gabriel

[no title]  69/M/2/640  3 March 1726/7

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Edward Southwell of Westminster, Middx, esquire, John Merrill of Westminster, Middx, esquire, and Annabella Blount, widow, relict of Edward Blount, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire Property as above.
Consideration: £15,550 to Annabella Blount by 2)
5s each paid to Edward Southwell and John Merrill by 2)
Endorsed with record of enrolment. Dated 7 June 1727
[With copy shown in court by Annabella Blount on 7 June]

[no title]  69/M/2/641  21 April 1763

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire, eldest son and heir of George Parker, decease
2) Vere Poulett of Twickenham, Middx, esquire, and Ann Poulett of Albemarle Street, Westminster, esquire
Barton lands of Blagdon, Newparks, Oldaways and the Downs. Also manor of Collaton. Also lands of Edward Blount, deceased, in Paignton, Marldon and Stoke Gabriel. Also barton of Polsloe and two closes of land called Higher Bowmore and Lower Bowmore, parcel of Martyns tenement, Heavitree. Also barton of Oakhay alias Okey Place, Stoke Canon. Also all other lands in Paignton, Marldon, Stoke Canon, Heavitree and Stoke Gabriel that passed to John Parker as heir of Francis Parker.
Also 1/8th of Herdwick alias Hardwick

MANORS OF HEMERDON AND BICKFORD ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/642  16 June 1438

Contents:
Lease
1) Andrew Hillersdon and Margaret his wife
2) Walter Haghett and Matilda his wife
Messuage in Hemerdon, close called Stonpark with ferbote, faldbote, haybote, husbote and circulnus on Hemerdon Down
Term: lives of 2)
Rent: eight marks 10s 8d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/643  12 October 1487

Contents:
Letter of homage held at Teverton
1) John Crokker, knight
2) Edward, earl of Devon
Lands in the manor of Hemerdon in the honour of Plympton Castle held by knights service

[no title]  69/M/2/644  25 July 1632

Contents:
Copy of a Bargain and Sale
1) John Crokker of Lyneham, esquire, and Abraham Rowe of Plymouth, merchant
2) Peter Rider, gent., Nicholas Avent and Tristram Avent yeomen, all of Plympton St Mary
Manors of Hemerton alias Hemerdon and Bickford alias Bickford Town. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor
Consideration: £2100

[no title]  69/M/2/645  25 October 1632

Contents:
Deed of Partition
1) Peter Rider of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) Nicholas Avent of the same, gent.
3) Tristram Avent of the same, gent.
Manors of Hemerton alias Hemerdon and Bickford alias Bickford Town
Consideration: £2100

[no title]  69/M/2/646  4 & 5, & 6 April 1687

Contents:
Lease and Release, and Quitclaim
1) Charles Fortescue of St Budeaux, gent., and Dorothy his wife, and Anne Scobell of Yealmpton (said Dorothy and Anne being daughters of Agnes wife of Jeffery Scobell), John Webber of Broadhempston, yeoman and Dorothy his wife, John Stephens of Brixton, yeoman, and Isabell his wife, and Nicholl Ryder and Mary Ryder, both of Plympton St Mary, spinsters (which last said Dorothy, Isabell, Nicholl and Mary being sisters and co-heirs of Peter Ryder)
2) Thomas Hurrell, clerk, rector of Bere Ferrers Barton called Hemerton alias Hemerdon, formerly called the mansion house and farm of Hemerton alias Hemerdon. With parcel of ground called the Tything Pits. And a moiety of the manor of and lordship of Hemerton alias Hemerdon. Also a dwelling house and orchard lying in Hemerton, and annual rent of 6s 8d issuing out of tenements late in possession of Walter Sherwill in the village of Hemerton.
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor.
All properties, Plympton St Mary inherited by the above as sisters and co-heirs of Peter Ryder the younger and daughters and co-heirs of Peter Ryder the elder
Consideration: £1800

[no title]  69/M/2/647  18 October 1688

Contents:
Lease for a year
1) Thomas Hurrell, clerk, rector of Bere Ferrers, and Elizabeth his wife
2) Richard Langworthy of Hatch Arundell, esquire, Roger Hurrell of Hendham, gent., Walter Hele the younger of Withecombe, gent., Richard Langworthy, son and heir apparent to the aforesaid Richard, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbeare, esquire and John Prowse of Brent, gent.
As above, excepting that all the properties in Plympton St Mary are described as being those of the said Thomas Hurrell

[no title]  69/M/2/648  28 July 1698

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) Thomas Hurrell, clerk, rector of Bere Ferrers, and Elizabeth his wife
2) Richard Langworthy of Hatch Arundell, esquire, Roger Hurrell of Hendham, gent., Walter Hele the younger of Withecombe, gent., Richard Langworthy, son and heir apparent to the aforesaid Richard, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbeare, esquire and John Prowse of Brent, gent.
Indentures of Lease and Release dated 19 October 1688 re property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/649  3 & 4 December 1705

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Damaris Hoblyn the younger, daughter and heir of Edward Hoblyn, deceased
2) Thomas Hurrell of Bere Ferris, clerk Fosters Tenement
Consideration: £150

[no title]  69/M/2/650  16 & 17 April 1716

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) Thomas Hurrell the elder, clerk, rector of Bere Ferrers
2) Thomas Pyne of Dunsbeare, Doctor of Medicine, and Walter Hele of Stokenham, gent.
3) Thomas Hurrell the younger, clerk, son of 1)
Moiety of the barton and manor or lordship of Hemerdon alias Hemerton and of a piece of ground called the Tything Pits. Also a dwelling house and orchard in Hemerton. Also the chief rent of 6s 8d pa issuing out of lands in Hemerton. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor.
All other lands of 1) in Plympton St Mary.
Fosters tenement and a moiety of the manors of Woodleigh alias Woodley

[no title]  69/M/2/651  9 & 10 October 1718

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) Thomas Hurrell the elder, rector of Bere Ferrers
2) Thomas Hurrell the younger of Bere Ferrers, clerk, son of 1)
Property as above.
Consideration: £1600

[no title]  69/M/2/652  13 October 1718

Contents:
Mortgage for £1600
1) Thomas Hurrell the younger of Bere Ferrers, clerk
2) Sarah, Christobell, Rebecca and Grace Hurrell, spinsters, sisters of 1)
Property as above.

[no title]  69/M/2/653  30 June 1720

Contents:
Draft Settlement [Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Pengelly of Sortridge, esquire and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Property as above

MANOR OF INGESDON ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/654  12 February 1741

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage for £3000 [By Lease, Release and Assignment]
1) Robert Tapson of Ingesdon, esquire, and John Tapson of Plymouth, batchelor (eldest son and heir apparent of the said Robert)
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) Joseph Taylor of Denbury, esquire
4) Thomas Parker of Totnes, esquire
Barton of Ingesdon. Also woods called Penwood. Also the manor of Ingesdon. Also rent issuing out of tenements called Wilsworthy, Rora and Knighton Beamond and of land called Olditch, [Spunwell], Kill Ground and Churchbeer, all being parcel of the manor of Ingesdon. Also rents issung out of tenements and lands in Knighton Beamond, Hartford, Laverton, Coalsway and Stancombe, also lands called Southdowne and tenements called Hill, Lower Shute Park, Pinchaford, Liverton, and Pitt alias Pitten, all in Ilsington. Also 11/12th parts of the barton of Howton alias Haughton, situated in Highweek
[Lease missing]

[no title]  69/M/2/655  12 August 1743

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage for £3000
1) Robert Tapson of Ilsington, esquire, and John Tapson of Plymouth, Batchelor of Physick (eldest son and heir apparent of the said Robert)
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire (eldest son and heir of George Parker, deceased)
Property as above

MANOR OF MORELEIGH ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/656  1 & 2 February 1779

Contents:
Lease and Release with redemption of mortgage
1) Randle Ford of Lincoln's Inn, Middx, esquire, Richard Wilbraham Bootle of Satham Hall, Co. Lancaster, esquire
2) John Shapleigh the younger of Newcourt, esquire
3) John Seale of Mount Boone, esquire
Manor or lordship of Morleigh alias Moreleigh. Also borough of Newport alias Mourleigh and the advowson of Newport. Also a barn, courtlage and fields called South Moreleigh Parks and Lightacombs and lands called East Hanna Mores. Also tenements called Martins, Lower Storridge and the grist mill, Stone Estate, West Hana Mores, West White Parks, Moreleigh Farm and Foals tenement. Also closes called Storridge Wood, Elford's Quillett, Blanks Meadow, Tongue Close and Foals Meadow.
Also the Great Barn. Also a toft, barn and garden with appurtenances in the parish, formerly in the occupation of John Ferris. Also a shippen in the parish lately occupied by John Hingston, and tenements formerly occupied by Edward Efford. Also a cottage called Perrens Mead. Also a dwelling house late Hingston's shop with stable, gardens and a quillett adjoining situated near Moreleigh Green. All situated in Morleigh. Also the annual rent of 20s payable out of Hichley alias Hitchleigh, Blackawton. Also the annual rents of 9s 4d and 6d issuing out of the lands formerly of Edward Newland and William Newland, Halwell. Also tenement called Capton Farm, Woodleigh.
Also all lands of John Shapleigh, in Moreleigh and Woodleigh. Also Crosapark, Cold Harbour, the Moors and Atkins, Townstal. Also lands called Battersby's tenement and Expark alias Pease Park and Ford Meadow in Milton in the same parish
Consideration: £9000 paid to Richard Wilbraham
Bootle by 3)
£1364 paid to 2) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/2/657  3 & 4 October 1808

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) John Seale of Dartmouth, esquire
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
3) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
Property as above, only up to and including the rents issuing out of the parish of Halwell
Consideration: £8112 paid to 1) by 2)
5s paid to 1) by 3)
Enclosed is a certificate of the burial of Sarah Seale on 22 November 1815. Dated 24 February 1827
Endorsed with a memorandum of conveyance of the property to Henry Hare by indenture dated 11 October 1842. Also memorandum of covenant for the production of deeds by indenture dated 24 December 1853

MANOR OF NORDEN ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/658  8 & 9 October 1779

Contents:
Mortgage for £2200 [Lease and Release]
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) The Reverend John Adney of Uplowman
Manor and lordship of Norden alias Nordon and all lands in the Kingsbridge, West Allyngton alias West Alvington, Salcombe and Dodbrooke. Also chief rent of £5 pa issuing out of the said manor. Also manor and lordship of Bradford Prior in the county of Somerset with the rectory of the parish and parish church of Bradford with tithes, tenths etc belonging to the same

[no title]  69/M/2/659  25 March 1783

Contents:
Further Charge for £400
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) The Reverend John Adney of Uplowman
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/660  8 March 1787

Contents:
Further Charge for £800
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) The Reverend John Adney of Uplowman
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/661  27 March 1802

Contents:
Reconveyance to redeem a mortgage [Lease and Release]
1) The Reverend John Adney of Uplowman
2) John Ley of Trehill, esquire
3) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Original mortgage dated 8 & 9 October 1779
For property see above

[no title]  69/M/2/662  14 & 15 August 1809

Contents:
Mortgage for £12000 + interest [Lease and Release, and Assignment]
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Ley, esquire
3) Sir John Orde of Gloucester Place, Middx, baronet, and George Burley of Middx, gent.
Manor and lordship of Norden alias Nordon. All lands in Kingsbridge, West Allyington alias West Alvington, Salcombe and Dodbrooke being part of the same manor.
Also chief rent of £5 pa issuing out of the manor.
Also lands and premises of 2) situated at Turnchapel, Plymstock.
Also a dock at Turnchapel

[no title]  69/M/2/663  29 November 1812

Contents:
Mortgage for £4000
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Ley of Trehill, esquire
3) Sir John Orde of Gloucester Place, Middx, baronet
4) George Burley of Lincolns Inn, Middx, gent.
Manors of Norden and Colehanger. Also three tenements at Turnchapel, Plymstock

[no title]  69/M/2/664  30 October 1820

Contents:
Agreement
1) Sir John Orde of Gloucester Place, Middx, baronet, Admiral of HM's Navy
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Origianl mortgage dated 14 & 15 August 1809
For means of settlement of mortgage debt

[no title]  69/M/2/665  27 March 1821

Contents:
Further charge for £4000
1) John Parker, earl of Morley (formerly John Parker, Lord Boringdon)
2) Sir John Orde of Gloucester Place, Middx, baronet
Original mortgage dated 14 & 15 August 1809
Property as above

[no title]  69/M/2/666  10 & 11 May 1832

Contents:
Redemption of mortgage [Lease and Release with Assignment to attend the Inheritance]
1) James, Baron de Saumarez, Sir Francis Molyneux Omanney of Norfolk Street, Middx, knight, and William Edward Tomline of Ribey Grove, county of Lincoln, esquire
2) John Burley and William Burley, both of Lincoln's Inn, Middx
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
4) Stephen Barney Blatherwick of Lincoln's Inn, Middx, gent.
5) William Lake of the same, gent.
Lands conveyed by indentures dated 14 & 15 August 1809 excepting Turnchapel Dock Yard and Curtis's tenement
Consideration: £8000 paid by 3) to 1).
Purchase of £7671 4s 8d 3% consolidated bank annuities and transfer of £5231 19s10d like bank annuities to 1)
Endorsed with a memorandum of conveyance of part of the above premises to Edward Scott by Indentures dated 29 & 30 November 1840. Also a memorandum of conveyance of part of the above premises to Francis Cross and Robert John Harrison by Indentures dated 14 & 15 March 1841. Also memorandum of Lease, Appointment and Release of part of the above premises by indentures dated 2 & 3 November 1832. Also memorandum of Lease Release and Appointment of of part of the above premises by indentures dated 26 & 27 December 1832. Also memorandum of Lease, Release and Appointment of part of the above premises by indentures dated 23 & 24 September 1839

[no title]  69/M/2/667  30 July 1832

Contents:
Assignment of term of 1000 years
1) William Lake of Lincoln's Inn, Middx, gent.
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
3) John Yolland the younger of Merafield, gent.
Lands described in an indenture of Release and Assignment dated 11 May 1832
Consideration: 10s paid by 3) to 1)
Endorsed with a memorandum of Assignment of part of the within premises dated 5 November 1832

MANORS OF OKEHAMPTON AND PLYMPTON ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/668  1 October 1640

Contents:
Licence to Alienate
1) Peter Courtney, esquire
2) Thomas Yate, gent., and John Murche, gent.
1/8th part of the manors and boroughs of Okehampton and Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/669  7 June 1641

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) Jonathan Rashleigh, esquire, John Rashleigh, esquire, Henry [illegible] and Jonathan [illegible]
2) Thomas Yate, gent., and John Murche, gent.
Lands in Kingsbridge, West Alvington, Salcombe and Dodbrooke. Also 1/8th part of the manors and boroughs of Okehampton and Plympton

MANOR OF PLYMPTON ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/670  20 June 1656

Contents:
Attested copy of Feoffment
1) George Bagge of London, esquire, son and heir of Sir James Bagg, deceased
2) Henry Hatsell of Saltram, esquire, and William Braddon of Treworgye, Cornwall, esquire
¼ part of the manor of Plympton. Also 1/8th part of two messuages and tenements called Bickhams, a tenement called Ellickham and the barton and farm of Saltram. Also [alleged?] manor of East Gorsam alias Gosham alias Gogham [Morwenstow?], Cornwall
Consideration: £50 and annuity of £40

[no title]  69/M/2/671  2 September 1661

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) Henry Hatsell of Saltram, esquire, William Braddon of Treworgye, Cornwall, esquire, and Anne his wife, and George Bagge of London, esquire, son and heir of Sir James Bagge
2) Sir George Carteret of London, knight
¼ part of the manor of Plympton. Also 1/8th part of Bickhams tenement. Also 1/8th part of Ellickham tenement. Also the barton of Saltram
Consideration: £2400
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/2/672  4 February 1664/5

Contents:
Defeazance re mortgage
1) Sir George Carteret, knight
2) Philip Carteret, son and heir apparent of 1)
3) Sir Nicholas Slanning, knight
Original mortgage dated 11 July 1663. Re-negotiation of principal sum following sale of lands in Plympton St Mary contained in the original mortgage to 2)
The manor of Trerose; lands in Mawnan; the advowson of Mawnan; the manors of Pennance, Antron and Mewdon; lands called Bosveale, Haletyme, Prislowe, Treganegy, Tregonhay, Eggles, Budocke alias Church Town; two tenements called Penayre in Mawnan, Budock and Constantine; tenement near Penryn; rectory of Budock; tithes of corn, hay, wool and lamb in Gluvias alias Glovias and Budocke; lands called Carne in Constantine; tenement in Antron in Mabe, all co. Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/2/673  11 July 1664

Contents:
Mortgage for £4000 [Assignment]
1) Nicholas Slanning of Maristow
2) Sir George Carteret, baron of Hawnes, and Sir Philip Carteret, son and heir apparent of the said George
Lands of 1) in Plympton St Mary and in Cornwall
[Mainly illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/674  19 October 1670

Contents:
Declaration of Trust
1) Sir Philip Carteret of Hawnes, Bedford, knight, son and heir of Sir George Carteret
Supplemental to an indenture dated 20 March 1667/8 between Sir Edward Hungerford and Giles Hungerford and James Hayes of the 1st part and 1) and Robert Clayton of the 2nd part, concerning tenements in the manor of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/675  Hilary term 1688/9; 1689/90

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Edward Tregenna, gent., querent
2) George, Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes, and Grace his wife, Bernard Grenville, esquire, and Cyril Witly, knight, deforciant
Lands in Mayowes Marsh, Broadmarsh, Saltram, Plympton St Mary, Shaugh and Bickleigh.
Also the manors of Hawnes alias St Marks with lands in Hawnes, Houghton, Conquest, Clophill, Wilshampstead, Cardington, hundred of Flitt and the manors of Biggleswade and Elvestowe, all Bedfordshire
[With two copies]

[no title]  69/M/2/676  [1710]

Contents:
Abstract of leases from the Carteret family in Plympton. Including Higher Lee, Lower [Lee] and Dennis Walls tenements all in Shaugh, Battesford, Katherine Parkes houses, Bickham tenement with land, Blackeller tenement, Venton tenement, Heathfield meadows, Long Meadow, Ritwill Down, Totwill Down, Hay tenement, Strager Close, Wixenford, Lee Moor, Hawland field, Earls Wood, Budges Meadow, Dorsmouth house and Blakewills Park. Recital of deeds and associated papers 1657-1710

[no title]  69/M/2/677  9 July 1712

Contents:
[Draft] Bargain and Sale for one year
1) Grace Lady Carteret, relict of George, late Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes, Edward Carteret of the Middle Temple, London, esquire, and John Parker, Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes, son and heir of the said George
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
¼ part of the manor of Plympton in Plympton St Mary and Shaugh. Lands of 1) and 2) in Plympton St Mary, Shaugh, Plymstock and Egg Buckland
[Final pages missing]

[no title]  69/M/2/678  August 1712

Two copies

Contents:
Final Concord
1) George Parker, esquire, querent
2) John Parker, Lord Carteret and Edward Carteret, esquire
Lands in Egg Buckland, Plympton St Mary, Shaugh, Plymstock, Saltram and ¼ part of the manor of Plympton

DISSOLVED PRIORY OF PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/679  22 May 1549

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Thomas Wriothesley, knight of the order of the garter, Lord Wriothesley, Duke of Southampton
2) Richard Mayhowe of Tavistock, gent.
Manor of Boringdon, formerly belonging to the now dissolved priory of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/680  July 1564

Contents:
Copy of a letters patent of Elizabeth I confirming a letters patent of Edward VI which granted various lands including those formerly belonging to Plympton Priory

[no title]  69/M/2/681  3 April 1573

Contents:
Inquisition
Investigation into ownership of lands of the dissolved priory of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/682  June 1573

Contents:
Letters Patent
1) Edward Grymstone, and Richard Strode of Newnham, Plympton, esquires
Purchase from the Crown of: lands now known as Canwoode and Candowne, the Coney Warreyne otherwise the Mere Parke, situated in the manor of Woodforde, Plympton St Mary, and Brydge Ridge in Egg Buckland, and Pryors Parke within the manor of Fernhill, Plympton, formerly the property of the dissolved priory at Plympton. Also Bothehole alias Butclose, Clarkenswell, Middlesex formerly the property of the hospital and Priory of St John of Jerusalem.
Consideration: £24

[no title]  69/M/2/683  September 1573

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Edward Grymstone the elder of Rysangles, Suffolk, esquire
2) Richard Strode of Newnham, Plympton, esquire
Lands now known as Canwoode and Candowne, the Coney Warreyne otherwise the Mere Parke, situated in the manor of Woodforde, Plympton St Mary, and Brydge Ridge in Egg Buckland, and Pryors Parke in Fernhill manor, Plympton

[no title]  69/M/2/684  1 November 1595

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) William Strode of Newnham, esquire
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Canwood, Can Down [Cann] and Cony Warren and Priors Park, Plympton and lands [illegible] in Egg Buckland, being parcels of the lands of the dissolved Plympton Priory
Consideration: £20

[no title]  69/M/2/685  10 December 1595

[Illegible]

Contents:
1) William Strode
2) [Illegible]
Canwood, Candown [Cann], The Coney Warren, Mere Park, Bridge Ridge and Priors Park in the manor of Woodford
Consideration: [Illegible]

PARISH OF PLYMPTON ST MARY AND MANOR OF LEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/686  3 February 1664/5

Contents:
Release
1) Sir Nicholas Slanning, knight and baronet
2) Sir George Carteret, knight and baronet and Philip Carteret, esquire, son and heir apparent
Moiety of tenement called Venton and of parcel of meadow called Colliver Meadow. Tenements called Goosehill and Edwards Farm. Also part of the manor of Ley
Consideration: £1400

MANORS OF RILL, HULLHAM ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/687  27 & 28 June 1748

Contents:
Mortgage for £4000 [Lease and Release]
1) William Hull of Marpool Hall, Withycombe Rawleigh, esquire
2) George Baker, clerk, Archdeacon of Totnes and Mary his wife (one of the daughters of Stephen, Lord Bishop of Exeter, deceased), Margaret Weston of Dawlish, spinster (another of the daughters of the said Stephen), the Reverend Charles Hawtery, a canon of the cathedral church of St Peter, Exeter
3) Bartholomew Jeffery of Exeter, esquire
Manor of Brodham alias Broadham with lands belonging to the same in Withycombe Rawleigh.
Messuages called Marpool or Lower Marpool, Marpool Mills, Higher Marpool, Churchills, Franks and Traverses tenements, Bapton and Voyges. Also seven fields called the Marles. Also five fields called Great Courtlands and the Small Parks, also two closes called Shortlands and a parcel of ground called Shortlands, formerly parcel of the barton of Hullham alias Holdham and situated in the parish aforesaid. With common of pasture on the common of Hullham
With schedule of leases

[no title]  69/M/2/688  27 & 28 December 1749

Contents:
Mortgage for £4,900 [Lease and Release]
1) The Reverend George Baker, clerk, Archdeacon of Totnes, and Mary his wife (one of the daughters of Stephen, Lord Bishop of Exeter, deceased), Margaret Weston of Dawlish, spinster (another of the daughters of the said Stephen), the Reverend Charles Hawtery, clerk, a cannon of the cathedral church of St Peter, Exeter (son and residuary legatee of William Hull, deceased)
2) William Hull of Marpool Hall, Withecombe Rawleigh, esquire, (son and residuary legatee of William Hull, deceased)
3) Philip Drake, esquire, and William Hobbs, gent., both of Withecombe Rawleigh
4) Stephen Weston and Bartholomew Jeffery, both of Exeter, esquires
Manor of Brodham alias Broadham with lands belonging to the same in Withycombe Rawleigh.
Also messuages called Marpool or Lower Marpool, Marpool Mills, Higher Marpool, Churchill's, Frank's and Traverses tenements, Bapton's and Voyges. Also seven fields called the Marles being part of the barton of Hullham. Also five fields called the Great Courtlands and the Small Parks. Also two closes called the Shortlands and Shortlands Meadow.
With schedule of tenements

[no title]  69/M/2/689  24 & 25 December 1750

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage for £2122 [Lease and Release]
1) William Hull of Marpool Hall, executor of William Hull, deceased
2) Philip Drake of Withecombe Rawleigh, and William Hobbs of the same, gent., and Ann his wife
3) Bartholomew Jeffery of Exeter, esquire
Original mortgage dated 27 & 28 December 1749
Manor of Rill alias Hill and Exmouth with lands belonging to the same in Withycombe Rawleigh.
All other lands etc formerly belonging to Charles Raymond in the said parish. With additional security of the manor of Broadham. With agreement that the manor of Rill is to act as additional security on a mortgage dated 27 & 28 December 1749 between 1) and 2)
With schedule of leases

[no title]  69/M/2/690  27 & 28 August 1765

Contents:
Lease and Release
1) William Hobb of Topsham, gent.
2) Elizabeth Hull of Lower Marpool, widow of William Hull
3) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire, son of 2)
Manor of Brodham alias Broadham with lands called Marpool, Lower Marpool, Marpool Mills, Higher Marpool, Churchills. Franks and Travers tenements, Baptons and Voyges, all situated in Withycombe Rawleigh.
Seven fields called the Marles, five fields called The Great Courtlands and the Small Parks, all formerly being part of the barton of Hollham alias Holdham. Also two closes called The Shortlands and a close called Shortland Meadow. Also the manor of Rill alias Hill and Exmouth with lands belonging to the same in Withycombe Rawleigh.
Also all other lands included in a mortgage dated 27 & 28 December 1749 between William Hull and Philip Drake and William Hobbs
Consideration: £4000
[With copy of Release]

[no title]  69/M/2/691  26 & 27 September 1773

Contents:
Mortgage for £9000 [two Leases and a Release]
1) Bartholomew Parr of Exeter, surgeon
2) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
3) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of St David, Exeter, esquire
Original mortgage dated the 6 & 7 September 1768
Manor of Rill alias Hill and Exmouth. Also close called Outer Cliff Field and Tapley's Nursery, being part of the manor of Broadham. All situated in Withycombe Rawleigh
Also manor of Brodham alias Broadham with lands called Marpool alias Lower Marpool, Marpool Mills, Higher Marpool, Churchills Franks and Traverses Tenements, Baptons and Voyges in Withycombe Rawleigh.
Also seven fields called the Marles formerly part of the barton of Hollham alias Holdham.
Also five fields called the Great Courtlands and the Small Parks. Also two closes called Shortlands. Also Shortlands Meadow
With schedules of leases in the manors of Rill and Broadham
Enclosed is a bond between 2) and 3) for payment of the sum of £9000. Dated 27 September 1773

[no title]  69/M/2/692  27 May 1774

Contents:
Further Charge for £1000
1) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
2) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
Properties as above
Enclosed is a bond between 1) and 2) of equal date for payment of £1000

[no title]  69/M/2/693  3 & 4 March 1778

Contents:
Further Charge for £1533 13s [Lease and Release]
1) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
2) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
Original mortgage dated 26 & 27 September 1773
Release of seven fields called Marles with cottage and barn adjoining with common of pasture on the common of Hullham alias Holdham. Also five fields called the Great Courtlands and The Small Parks with common aforesaid. Also two closes of land called The Shortlands and a close called The Shortland's Meadow. Also tenement called Colmar in of Whitchurch and Marshwood. Also five fields called Marshals Hays in the parish of Marshwood.
Also all other lands of 1) in Marshwood and Whitchurch. Assignment of copyhold tenements in the manor and parish of Ottery St Mary assigned on 14 August 1777 to 2). Release of barton and Farm called Hullham alias Holdham in the parish of Withycombe Rawleigh. Also tenement called Ingrams and Newcombe in the manor of Hullham alias Holdham. Also moiety of tenement called Forton in the parish of manor of Withycombe Rawleigh

[no title]  69/M/2/694  3 & 4 May 1778

Contents:
Lease and Release and Assignment
1) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
2) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
3) Gregory Jackson of Clisthouse, esquire
Property as above
Consideration: £6976

[no title]  69/M/2/695  4 May 1778

Contents:
Further Charge for £1366 [Release]
1) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
2) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter
Original mortgage dated 3 & 4 March 1778
Property as above.
Enclosed is a bond for payment of the same, dated 4 May 1778

[no title]  69/M/2/696  5 January 1780

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds [examined copy]
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Gregory Jackson of Clyst House, esquire
Supplemental to indentures of Lease and Release dated 4 & 5 January 1780
Seven fields called the Marles, formerly part of the barton of Hullham alias Holdham. With common of pasture on the common of Hullham

[no title]  69/M/2/697  5 December 1785

Contents:
Covenant to produce deeds [examined copy]
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) James Jackson of Topsham, merchant and James Pitts of Exeter, ironmonger, devisees of the lands of Gregory Jackson, deceased)
Supplemental to indentures of Lease and Release dated 4 & 5 January 1780
Property as above.

MANOR OF ROSEBERY ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/698  3 May 1773

Contents:
Release
1) John Gawler of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
2) Robert Palk of Holden, esquire
3) John Parker of Saltram
Yearly rent of 13s 10d issuing out of the manor of Rosebery. Also annual rent of 32s issuing out of the rectory of North Molton. Also annual rent of 8s issuing out of lands and tenements called Turnchapel. Also annual rent of £1 18s 6d issuing out of Parker lands in Colebrook
Consideration: £147 15s paid to 2) by 3)
10s to 1) by 3)

SALTASH, PLYMPTON ST MARY ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/699  13 June 1716

Contents:
Attested copy of a Lease for a year
1) Edith Willoughby of Plymouth, widow (relict and administratrix of John Willoughby, deceased)
2) Henry Kelway, merchant, and William Strong, gent., both of Plymouth
Six closes of land in the borough of Saltash and parish of St Stephens, county of Cornwall. Also Five fields called Slannings Meadow, Lake Head, Easter Goar, Brookings Meadow and Deans Easter Cliff Park alias Veal Meadow, situated in the parish of Plympton St Mary. Also moiety and ¼ part and 1/8th part of four closes of barton land called Easter Heathfields and of Long Meadow, situated in Plympton St Mary and parcels of the manor of Plympton

MANOR OF WOODFORD ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/700  Trinity term 1553

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Richard Mayhowe, plaintiff
2) Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, and Frances his wife, deforciants
Manor of Woodford and lands in Woodford, Towryge, Plympton St Mary, Egg Buckland and Plymouth

MANORS OF ZEAL MONOCHORUM, LOOSBEARE ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/701  1614-1623

Contents:
Recital of various title deeds
Manors of Zeal Monachorum, Loosbeare and Weeke and lands in Zeal Monachorum, Loosebeare, Weeke, Lapford and St Mary Down. Also lands in North Tawton called Nicols Nymet.
Also the advowson of Zeal Monachorum
Also manor of Clyst Gerard with lands in Broadclyst
Also piece of ground in Egg Buckland Wood and head wear on the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/2/702  28 February 1776

Contents:
Further Charge for £600
1) Thomas Hull of Marpool Hall, esquire
2) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
Manors of Zeal Monachorum and Loosebeare. With lands called Aller Parks and Sirston in the manor of Zeal Monachorum. Also Nymets Nicholl tenement in North Tawton
Enclosed is a bond between 1) and 2) of equal date for payment of £600
Endorsed with 2)'s memorandum of receipt of sums towards discharge of interest and part payment of the principal sums. Dated 15 August 1777

DEVON AND CORNWALL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/703  4 July 1580

Contents:
Grant of Special Livery
1) Sir William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer of England, and Richard Kingswill, esquire, surveyor of the [illegible] liverys
2) Edmund Parker, gent., son and heir of John Parker, deceased
Lands formerly of John Parker

[no title]  69/M/2/704  15 March 1640

Contents:
Settlement [Deed of Appointment]
1) Thomas Wyes of Sydenham, esquire
2) Sir Samuel Rolle, knight, and Francis Buller, Arthur Chichester, and Hugh Fortescue, esquires
Lands of 1) in Devon and Cornwall

ISLAND OF JERSEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/705  18 July 1678

Contents:
Lease
1) George Carteret
2) Edward Atkins of Lincolns Inn, Middx
3) Nicholas Courteney of the Inner Temple, esquire
Supplemental to a lease of the same date for the barton of Saltram
Manor of Molches and St Germans in the Island of Jersey
Consideration: 5s paid by 2) to 1) and performance of proviso in said lease
Term: 100 years
Memorandum for voiding of the lease should 1) settle a farm in Maplethorpe in the county of Lincoln for the uses within mentioned. Undated

GOODS OF THE EARL OF BEDFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/706  25 January 1588

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1) John Hoyle of Exeter, merchant
2) Edmund Parker, esquire, and Humphrey Selwood, gent.
Certain parcels of arras and tapestry hangings, being part the goods and household stuff of the late earl of Bedford
Consideration: £49

UNIDENTIFIED PROPERTIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/2/707  6 September [21 Henry]

Contents:
Copy of Deed of Gift
1) John Soper
2) Edmund Thorne and Margaret his wife
A burgage [location not specified]
26s 8d pa

[no title]  69/M/2/708  Trinity term [1658]

Contents:
Final Concord
1) Edmund Parker, esquire, plaintiff
2) Thomas Barkley, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, deforciants
Higher Fernehillcombe, Lower Fernehillcombe [remainder illegible]

[no title]  69/M/2/709  23rd October 1691

Contents:
Exemplification of a Fine
1) Nicholas Symons
2) George Lynam, Susanna, his wife, and James Tillie, knight
Rosen Vallen alias Rosena Vallen

[no title]  69/M/2/710  26 November 1760

Contents:
Letter of Attorney
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet and Christopher Hawkins of Treirinnard, Cornwall, esquire
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Appointment of John Parker as attorney to collect rents of lands described in an Agreement dated 19 May 1759 between 1) and 2) which have arisen since the 10 October 1759. With agreement for conveyance of the property
Consideration: £645

WILLS AND SETTLEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

PARKER FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

JOHN PARKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/1  4 October 1582

Contents:
Marriage Settlement [Gift]
1) Edmund Parker of Burley, St Thomas near Exeter, esquire
2) Fraunces Mayhowe, sole daughter and heir apparent of Jerome Mayhowe
Annuity of £66 13s 4d arising out of 1)'s lands in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: Marriage of John Parker and Fraunces Mayhowe

[no title]  69/M/3/2  1583

Contents:
John Newcombe's statement as a witness to the marriage of John Parker and Frances Mayew. With note re valuation of lands at Boringdon

EDMUND PARKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/3  1587/1588

Contents:
Revocation [Fragment of]
1) Edmund Parker
Annuities granted to his daughters

[no title]  69/M/3/4  2 February 1648/9

Contents:
Discharge
1) Richard Parker
2) Edmund Parker, as sole executor of the will of Edmund Parker deceased
For payment of the sum of £140 in satisfaction of a £300 legacy bequeathed to him by Edmund Parker.
Also binds him with the penal sum of £600 to repay the legacy if any other person is proved to be the administrator

[no title]  69/M/3/5  13 March 1661/2

Contents:
Discharge
1) Humfrey Mildmay of East Camel alias Queen Camel, Somerset, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of Burrington [Boringdon], esquire
Payment of the sum of £1200 bequeathed to Sara Mildmay, Edmund's sister, in his father's will

[no title]  69/M/3/6  25 August 1667

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Articles of Agreement]
Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Katherine Wykes of Northweeke

[no title]  69/M/3/7  20 October 1675

Contents:
Will of Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/8  8 July 1680

Contents:
Will of Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire [With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/9  10 May 1688

Contents:
Surrender
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) George Parker, son of 1)
Manors of Boringdon, Colebrook and Woodford in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/3/10  18th cent

Contents:
Particulars of Parker lands to be settled on George, John and Ann Parker

GEORGE PARKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/11  1 & 2 April 1692

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the Precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) George Burrard of Lyons Inn, Middx, gent., and Francis Collins of Shaugh, gent.
3) Robert Berry of Plymouth, gent., and John Furlong of Halwell, gent.
Manors of Boringdon, Colebrook, Flitton, Hunston, Woodford, Compton Gifford and Bowdon. Also barton lands of Boringdon, Woodford, North Molton and Twitchen. Also the rectory, sheaf, tithes and glebe lands of North Molton and Twitchen with the patronage of the parish church of North Molton. Also all the Broad Meadows and Marshes in the Sands in the parish of Plympton St Mary. Also all lands of 1) of which his grandfather Edmund Parker was seised in Plympton St Mary, Egg Buckland, Colebrook, Woodford, Plymouth, Compton Gifford, Thornehill, Shaugh, Boringdon, North Molton, North Molton, Flitton, Hunston and Twitchen

[no title]  69/M/3/11a  18 August 1698

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Anne Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/12  [29 January] [1702/3]

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Buller of Shillingham, Cornwall, esquire, and William Buller of Quex, Kent, esquire
3) John Molesworth of Pencarrow, Cornwall, esquire, John Morth of Dutson, Cornwall, esquire, and John Worth of Worth, esquire
4) Edmund Parker, esquire, son and heir apparent of 1), George and John Parker, gents., 2nd and 3rd son of 1)
Common Recovery effected in Trinity term 1692.
Property as above
[With copy and draft]

[no title]  69/M/3/13  1705/6

Contents:
Draft Settlement [Release, from a Lease and Release]
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son and heir apparent of 2)
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
3) James Buller of Shillingham, Cornwall, esquire and William Buller of Quex, Kent, esquire
Barton and manor of Kittesford alias Kiddesford. Also moiety of tenements in Kittesford, Milverton, Badialton, Langford, Budvile, Radington, Ilminster and Donyatt, Broadway, Wellington and Thorn St Margaret, Somerset. Also moiety of lands in Hickworthy, Washfield and Colehanger, Devon

[no title]  69/M/3/14  16 May 1708

Contents:
Draft will of George Parker of Boringdon, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/15  c 1710

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses in an Indenture dated 29 January 1702/3
With note re purchase of the Broad Marsh, Mayes Marsh and the Decoy Pool from Lord Carteret

[no title]  69/M/3/16  19 & 20 January 1712

Contents:
Family settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund his son and heir apparent
2) John Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, John Worth of Worth, esquire, and Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire.
Lands in Devon and Cornwall
[With draft copy of Release]

[no title]  69/M/3/17  1712

Contents:
Draft lease for a year [Settlement]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker, esquire his son and heir
2) John Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, John Worth of Worth, esquire, and Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire
Lands in Devon

[no title]  69/M/3/18  11 May 1713

Contents:
Draft deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in an indenture dated 29 January 1702/3

[no title]  69/M/3/19  12 May 1713

Contents:
Draft Lease for a year
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, John Morth of Talland, Cornwall, esquire, and John Worth of Worth, esquire
Property as in indenture of 29 January 1702/3

[no title]  69/M/3/20  16 May 1713

Contents:
A draft of the will of George Parker of Boringdon, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/21  171[?]

Contents:
Draft Surrender of terms
1) Richard Duke the elder of Otterton, esquire, and Martin Ryder of Goodmeavy, esquire
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Manors of Boringdon, Colebrook, Flitton, Hunston, Woodford, Compton Gifford and Bowden with diverse other lands in Devon. Also the manors of Clyst Gerard or Broadclyst and Zeal Monachorum and the Swan Inn, Exeter. Also the manors of Bradford Preston and Pixton in Somerset

[no title]  69/M/3/22  8 June 1725

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in an indenture dated 13 May 1713 between 1) George Parker and
2) Francis Buller, John Morth and John Worth
[With attested copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/23  10 June 1725

Contents:
Attested copy of a Lease for a year [from a Lease and Release to effect a Family Settlement]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Poulett esquire commonly called the Lord Viscount Henton, son and heir apparent of John Parker, Lord Poulett, Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, esquire, Bernard Hutchins of Henton St George, Somerset, esquire, John Francis Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbear, Doctor of Physick, Thomas Parker of Totnes, esquire, and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary
Lands in Devon, as in indenture dated 29 January 1702/3

[no title]  69/M/3/24  11 September 1728

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estate in indentures of Lease and Release dated 10 June 1725

[no title]  69/M/3/25  1 April 1737

Contents:
Will of George Parker of Boringdon, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/26  30 November & 1 December 1739

Contents:
Family Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Parker of Saltram, eldest son of the said George and George Parker, John Parker and Montagu Edmund Parker, sons of the said John
3) Francis Parker of Blagdon, youngest son of 1) and his sons John and Francis
4) John Parker, earl Poulett, and John and Peregrine Poulett, his sons
Manors of Charleton, West Whitleigh, Clyst Gerard, Zeal Monachorum, Loosbeer, Fitsheal alias Hele Pore and of the rectories and advowsons of Charleton and Zeal Monachorum. Also lands called Clannaborough, Allerparks, Herston, Friers Hele, Ellacot, Woodhall, South Coyton, Thorne and the Elverleighs. Also the Swan Inn in Exeter. Also the manors of Bradford Prior, Pixton and Preston Torrells in Somerset and the rectory and advowson of Bradford
Endorsed with a Memorandum of Revocation of the deed by 1)'s deed dated 10 October 1742
[2 copies of Lease]

[no title]  69/M/3/27  29 & 30 September 1740

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire (eldest son of the said George), Montagu Edmund Parker and John Parker (sons of the said John Parker)
3) John Parker, earl Poulett, Viscount and baron of Henton St George, Somerset etc, John Poulett, esquire commonly called the lord Viscount Henton, son and heir apparent of the said John Parker, and Peregrine Poulett, esquire (second son of the said John)
Manor and Park of Colerudge alias Coleridge. Barton farm of Hemerton alias Hemerdon. Parcel of ground called the Tithing Pits with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor. Also 7/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick alias Hurdwick and of closes called Woodpark, Broadpark, Crosspark, Verberry, Rosepark, Torpark, Culverpark, the Warren, Rudgepark, Jordans Park, Jordans Meadow, Westwood and the Will Park.
[With two copies]

[no title]  69/M/3/28  10 October 1742

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in an indenture dated 1 December 1739
[With two attested copies]

[no title]  69/M/3/29  13 November [1742]

Contents:
Will of George Parker of Boringdon, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/30  nd [1742]

Contents:
Abstract of the settlement of George Parker esquire upon the marriage of his eldest son with the Lady Catherine Poulett and of the other settlements and deeds of revocation made subsequently, and also of his last will and testament confirming the previous settlements.
With description of the premises included in the settlements

WYKE PARKER'S ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/31  1 June 1691

Contents:
Grant
1) Wyke Parker, gent., one of the sons and executors of the testament of Edmund Parker late of Boringdon, esquire, deceased
2) George Parker of Boringdon aforesaid, esquire, son and heir of the said Edmund Parker of the other part
Personal estate of the late Edmund Parker
Consideration: £36
Consideration: £7940

[no title]  69/M/3/32  19 April 1697

Contents:
Letters Patent (Draft)
Grant of personal estate forfeited by Wyke Parker to George Parker
Consideration: £5000
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/33  2 January 1698/9

Contents:
Release
1) Henry Prest of Thrushelton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Goods, chattels and personal estate of Wyke Parker within the manor of Canon Barne and Thrushelton
Consideration: £30

THE FOWELL ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/33a  20 October 1611

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Arthur Fowell of Fowellscombe, Ugborough, esquire
2) Philip Parnell of Ugborough, yeoman
Two parcels of land in Waterleate meadow at Ludbrook, Ugborough
Consideration: £10/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 3/4d

[no title]  69/M/3/34  2 December 1658

Contents:
Feoffment
1) Suzan Newton of Crabaton, widow, James Abraham of Harberton, gent., and Robert Lowe of Hemyock, clerk
2) Sir Edmund Fowell of Fowellscombe, knight
Close called Stolliford Meadow, Modbury
Consideration: £45 to 1) by 2)

[no title]  69/M/3/35  2 June 1676

Contents:
Copy of will of Sir John Fowell of Fowellscombe, baronet

[no title]  69/M/3/36  17 July 1678

Contents:
Marriage Settlement [Conveyance to make a tenant to the precipe and lead the uses of a recovery] George Parker and Elizabeth Fowell

[no title]  69/M/3/37  17 July 1679

Contents:
Abstract of the marriage settlement of George Parker esquire and Elizabeth Fowell

[no title]  69/M/3/38  17 January 1692

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Copy of Release]
John Fowell and Elizabeth Chichester
[Original dated 17/08/1656]

[no title]  69/M/3/39  31 December & 1 January 1701-1701/2

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edmund Parker, esquire, son and heir apparent of 1)
3) James Buller of Shillingham, Cornwall, esquire and William Buller of Quex, Kent, esquire
Lands in the county of Devon inherited by Elizabeth Parker (wife of said George and mother of said Edmund) on the death of Sir John Fowell the younger
[With copy of Lease, two draft Releases, two copies of Release and attested copy of Release]

[no title]  69/M/3/40  Hilary term 1700/1; 1701/2

Contents:
Final Concord
1) James Buller, esquire, and William Buller, esquire, querents
2) George Parker, esquire and Edmund Parker, esquire, son of the said George, deforciants
Property as above
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/41  27 August 1711

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker, son and heir apparent of the said George
Revocation of uses and estates in an Indenture dated 1 January 1701/2
Moiety of barton and demesne lands of Fowelscombe and Bolterscombe. Also moiety of Whitcombe tenement and of a Deer Park. Also tenements called Monks More and Cheston
[With attested copy and copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/42  28 August 1711

Contents:
Deed of Partition
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker his son and heir apparent (son of the said George and Elizabeth Parker, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Sir John Fowell, deceased)
2) Margaret Champernowne of Fowellscombe, widow (the other daughter and co-heir of the said John)
The Fowell Estate: manors of North Harbourneford alias Harburtonford and Ludbrook. Also lands in South Brent, Dean Prior, Ugborough and Modbury
[With draft]

[no title]  69/M/3/43  28 August 1711

Contents:
Deed of Partition
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker, son and heir apparent of the said George
2) Margaret Champernowne of Fowellscombe, widow
Moiety of Monks Moor, Blackaton, Fenford Meadow alias Tree Meadow and Two Cottages near Monks Moor

[no title]  69/M/3/44  4 & 5 September 1711

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edmund Parker, esquire, son and heir apparent of 1)
2) John Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, John Worth of Worth, esquire and Francis Pengelly of Plymouth, esquire
Lands formerly belonging to Margaret Champernowne in the manors or lordships of North Harbourneford alias Harburtonford and Ludbrook, and in South Brent, Dean Prior, Buckfastleigh, Ugborough, Ermington and Modbury
[With attested copies of Release and draft]

[no title]  69/M/3/45  28 September 1711

Contents:
Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker, esquire, (his son and heir apparent, also son and heir of Elizabeth Parker, deceased, wife of George and one of the daughters and co-heirs of Sir John Fowell the elder)
2) Margaret Champernowne of Fowelscombe, widow, (sister of the said Elizabeth Parker and other co-heir)
Moiety of a tenement called Lee alias Leigh, Modbury
Consideration: £88 10s

[no title]  69/M/3/46  Octave St Martin 1711

Contents:
Final Concord
1) George Parker and Edmund Parker, esquires, querent
2) Margaret Champernowne, widow, deforciant
Manors of North Harbourneford alias Harburtonford and Ludbrook with lands in North Harburnford, Ludbrook alias North Ludbrook, South Ludbrook, Harburtonford, Sympston, Clampitts, Burlands, Waterleate Meadow, Pollexfens Piece, Venns Parks Meadow, Pyles, Whillwoodford, Blackaton, Fenford Meadow, Buckfastleigh, Modbury, Ermington and Ugborough [various others - illegible]

[no title]  69/M/3/47  December 1711

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Edmund Parker, esquire, his son and heir apparent
Revocation of uses and estates in Indentures dated 1 January 1701/2 and 5 September 1711

[no title]  69/M/3/48  1711

Contents:
Copy of Lease and Release
1) Sir Richard Blackmore of London
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Piece of Waterleate Meadow, situated near Ludbrook.
Also parcel of land being part of an orchard lying near the village of North Ludbrook, Ugborough
Consideration: £24 16s

MARRIAGE JOHN PARKER AND KATHERINE POULETT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/49  10th & 11 June 1725

3 copies

Contents:
Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Ann his wife
2) John Poulett, Lord Viscount Henton, (son and heir apparent of John Parker, Lord Poulett of Henton St George), Pollexfen Bastard of Gerston, esquire, Bernard Hutchins of Henton St George, Somerset, esquire, Richard Duke of Otterton, esquire, John Francis Buller of Morvall, Cornwall, esquire, Thomas Pyne of Dunsbear, Doctor of Physick, Thomas Parker of Totnes, esquire and Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.
3) John Parker and Francis Parker, esquires, sons of the said George Parker by Ann his wife.
Whiteway, Wolcombe Knoll, Bingsdon, Higher and Lower Oxencombe and Bath Place, all in Chudleigh, Halfe in the parish of North Tawton, and the manors or lordships of Morden and Colehanger.
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  69/M/3/50  1725-1726

two copies

Contents:
Bundle of deeds re the marriage settlement of John Parker and Lady Catherine Poulett: marriage settlement comprising a lease and release [two copies of each]; the settlement of Buckland Farm in the county of Somerset comprising a release, being one part of a lease and release

[no title]  69/M/3/51  1725-1726

Contents:
Drafts of the deeds of settlement made on the marriage of John Parker and Lady Catherine Poulett: with an attested copy of the settlement of Buckland Farm

[no title]  69/M/3/52  1728

Contents:
Draft of a revocation by George Parker of Boringdon of the marriage settlement of his son John's wife, Katherine Poulett

[no title]  69/M/3/53  11 September 1728

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in Indentures of Lease and Release dated 10 and 11 June 1725

[no title]  69/M/3/54  18th cent

Contents:
Account of deeds concerning the marriage of John Parker esquire

MARRIAGE OF FRANCIS PARKER AND JAQUETE BELFIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/55  [1726]

Contents:
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield. Proposals made by George Parker esquire towards the marriage of his son Francis

[no title]  69/M/3/56  9 & 10 January 1726

Contents:
Family Settlement [Lease and Release]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Francis Buller of Morvall, Cornwall esquire, Jeffrey Morth of Talland, Cornwall, esquire, John Belfield, Serjeant at Law and Finney Belfield, Samuel Belfield and Allen Belfield sons of the said John Belfield
3) John Parker esquire, eldest son of the said George Parker
4) Francis Parker, youngest son of the said George Parker
Manors or lordships of Charleton, West Whitleigh, Clyst Gerred, Zeal Monachorum, Loosebeare, Fitsgeal alias Healepore in Devon and Bradford Prior, Prixton and Preston Torrell in Somerset. Also the rectory, advowson and patronage of the parish church of Charleton. Also lands called Clannaborough, Aller Parks, Serston, Friers Hele, Ellacott and the tenements of Woodhalle, South Coyton, Thorne and Elverleighs and the Swan Inn in Exeter, all Devon
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/57  20 December 1726

two copies

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Lease for a year]
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield

[no title]  69/M/3/58  21 December 1726

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/59  21 December 1726

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Grant of rentcharge]
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield

[no title]  69/M/3/60  21 December 1726

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Grant of Reversion of several leasehold estates]
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/61  nd [1726]

Contents:
Letter from John Belfield to George Parker containing a clause re ratification of a contract for the purchase of land which includes the declaration of a use in favour of the marriage settlement of Francis Parker and Jaquete, his wife

[no title]  69/M/3/62  1726

Contents:
Bundle of documents relating to the marriage settlement of Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield: memorandum re the purchase of the lands of the late Edward Blount; copy of release

[no title]  69/M/3/63  9 May 1727

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estate in an indenture dated 10 January 1726/7
[With three attested copies]

[no title]  69/M/3/64  [1727]

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Draft Release]
Francis Parker and Jaquete Belfield (now his wife)

[no title]  69/M/3/65  11 September 1728

Contents:
Draft Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in indentures of Lease and Release dated 15 & 16 April 1726
[Two attested copies and one copy]

[no title]  69/M/3/66  1728

Contents:
Draft deed poll of George Parker of Boringdon, esquire. Revocation of an indenture of Lease and Release dated 10 June 1725

[no title]  69/M/3/67  14 January 1733

Contents:
Agreement
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Parker, esquire, younger son of 1), and Jaquete, wife of the said Francis
3) John Belfield, Serjeant-at-Law, father of the said Jaquete
Agreement to restore lands settled by 2)'s marriage settlement (by various indentures dated 20 & 21 December 1726) to 1). With agreement of 1) to lay out £16000 in South Sea Annuities in trust for purchase of lands to be settled to various uses.
Also agreement for conveyance in trust of lands lately purchased by 1) from Annabella Blount: Blagdon, Newparks, Oldaways and the Downs, also the manor of Collaton and all other the lands of Edward Blount deceased in Paignton, Marldon and Stoke Gabriel

[no title]  69/M/3/68  17 June 1734

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Articles of Agreement] Francis and Jaquete Parker

[no title]  69/M/3/69  24 June 1734

Contents:
Copy of a draft Bill for vacating the grants and settlements of certain manors, lands and tenements made by George Parker Esq upon the marriage of Francis his son with Jaquete (now his wife) and for settling the lands. With a copy of the letter from Serjeant Belfield explaining the draft

[no title]  69/M/3/70  nd [1734]

Contents:
Draft Act of Parliament for the enabling and due execution of agreements made between George Parker of Boringdon Esq., Francis Parker Esq and Jaquete his wife, and John Belfield, Serjeant at Law

[no title]  69/M/3/71  5 January 1735

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Revocation of uses and estates in indentures of Lease and Release dated 20 & 21 December 1726
Manor of Coleridge alias Colerudge.
Barton of Hemerton alias Hemerdon. Parcel of ground called the Tithing Pits and moiety of the manor and lordship of Hemerton. Also dwelling house in Hemerton. Also chief rent of 6s 8d pa out of tenements in Hemerton. And common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor. Also Fosters tenement. Also 7/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick and of closes called Woodpark, Broadpark, Crosspark, Verberry, Rosepark, Torpark, Culverpark, the Warren, Rudgepark, Jordans Park, Jordans Meadow, Westwood and the Will Park. Also 7/8th parts of closes called South West Heathfields and of a meadow, formerly part of Long Meadow

[no title]  69/M/3/72  29 November 1735

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Approbation of purchase]
Francis Parker and Jaquete his wife

[no title]  69/M/3/73  [1736]

Contents:
Copy of an Act for vacating the Grants and Settlements of certain manors, lands and tenements, made by George Parker, esquire, upon the marriage of Francis his son, with Jaquete (now his wife), and for settling other lands instead thereof

[no title]  69/M/3/74  16 December 1738

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Draft Agreement]
Francis Parker and Jaquete his wife

JOHN PARKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/75  11 & 12 May 1743

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the Precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery
[Lease and Release]
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire, eldest son and heir of George Parker, deceased
2) Simon Gandy of New Inn, Middx, gent.
3) John Ley of Exeter, gent.
Property as above.
[With attested copy of Lease]

[no title]  69/M/3/76  7 December 1763

Contents:
Marriage settlement
John Parker of Boringdon, esquire, and Frances Hort of Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster. Bond

JOHN PARKER, [CREATED 1ST BARON BORINGDON IN 1784]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/77  22 June 1743

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery
1) John Ley, gent., demandant
2) Simon Gandy, gent., tenant
3) John Parker, vouchee
Manor of Norden and Colehanger with the appurtenances in West Allington, Kingsbridge, Malborough, Dodbrooke, East Allington, South Poole, Stokenham, Blackawton, Ipplepen, Whiteway, Wolcombe Knoll, Bingsdon, Higher Oxencombe, Lower Oxencombe, Bath Place, Haldon, Halse alias West Halse, Chudleigh and North Tawton

[no title]  69/M/3/78  10 December 1774

Contents:
Discharge
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Blagdon, esquire
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire, elder brother of the said John
Of the estate of George Parker, deceased, and John Parker, deceased, from the payment of the legacy
With agreement to indemnify 1) against payment of securities owing
Consideration: Payments of legacy of £4000 from 1)'s grandfather George Parker decreed to be paid on the marriage of 1)

[no title]  69/M/3/79  7 October 1779

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Revocation of uses created in a Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776 concerning the manor or lordship of Norden. Also chief rent of £5 pa issuing out of the said manor. Also manor and lordship called Bradford Prior, county of Somerset together with the rectory of the parish and parish church of Bradford

[no title]  69/M/3/80  29 May 1780

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram
2) John Radcliff of New Inn, Middx, gent.
3) Lord Grantham of Lincoln
Provisions in Lease and Release by way of Settlement dated 13 & 14 September 1776 re manor and lordship of West Whitleigh
[With copy made 3 November 1781 endorsed with memorandum that a like Revocation was executed re the barton of Halse in North Tawton and tenements called South Coyton and Brookes alias Thorne in Ermington, and Woodhall in Exbourne]

[no title]  69/M/3/81  3 July 1781

Contents:
Copy of Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Revocation of trusts and uses created by an Provisions in indentures of Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776 re the Swan Inn situated in the High Street, Exeter

[no title]  69/M/3/81a  November 1781

Contents:
Copy of Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Revocation of trusts and uses created by an
Provisions in indentures of Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776 re lands [Woodhall, Halse, South Coyton and Thorne] in the county of Devon

[no title]  69/M/3/82  12 January 1784

Contents:
Copy of a Deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram
Revocation of uses and estates in indentures of Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776
Manors of Zeal Monachorum and Loosebeare. With lands called Aller Parks and Serstone in the manor of Zeal Monachorum. Also Nymets Nicholl tenement in North Tawton

[no title]  69/M/3/83  12 January 1784

Contents:
Copy of deed of Revocation
1) John Parker of Saltram
Revocation of provisions in a Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776 re the barton and farm of Clannaborough

JOHN, 2ND BARON BORINGDON [CREATED 1ST EARL OF MORLEY IN 1815]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/84  9 May 1793

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery to effect a Family Settlement
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Drewe of New Inn, Middx, gent.
3) Henry Ley of Exeter, esquire
Lands in Devon and Somerset

[no title]  69/M/3/85  12 June 1793

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the Precipe for the purpose of suffering a Common Recovery to effect a Family Settlement
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Drewe of New Inn, Middx, gent.
3) Henry Ley of Exeter, esquire
Lands in Devon and Somerset

[no title]  69/M/3/86  25 June 1793

Contents:
Discharge, Assignment and Release [from a Lease and Release]
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, only son and heir of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, deceased
2) Henry Ley of Exeter, gent.
3) The Reverend Gerard Andrewes of Bloomsbury, Middx
4) John Ley of Trehill, esquire
Discharge of lands in the counties of Devon and Somerset comprised in indentures of Settlement by way of Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776 from liability for payment of several sums specified in the settlement. Also discharge of the personal charges and effects of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, deceased, from the same. Also release of 2) as trustee from payment of the same
With assignment of the manor or lordship of Whitleigh alias West Whitleigh for residue of a term of 1000 years with Release of the same

[no title]  69/M/3/87  16 April 1798

Contents:
Marriage settlement
George Villiers of Upper Grosvenor Street in the parish of Saint George Hanover Square, Middlesex, and Theresa Parker of Parliament Street in the parish of St Margaret, Westminster, spinster.
Assignment

[no title]  69/M/3/88  20 June 1804

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
John Parker, Lord Boringdon and Lady Augusta Fane

[no title]  69/M/3/89  8 October 1804

Contents:
Assignment of Legacy
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire
2) William Petty, Marquis of Lansdown
3) Sir John Hort of Hortland, county Kildare, Ireland, baronet
4) Henry Petty of Berkeley Square, Middx
Supplemental to the marriage settlement of Francis Hort and the late John Parker, Lord Boringdon dated 19 November 1763
Assignment of £4000 to 4) being residue of the legacy bequeathed by the will of Josiah late Lord Archbishop of Tuam to his daughter Frances Parker.
Also assignment of all interest and decrees
Consideration: £7288 14s 10d paid to 1) by 3)
£4000 paid to 2) by 3)
5s each paid to 1) and 2) by 4)
Enclosed is a letter from John Pollock to Henry Ley re litigation between Lord Boringdon and Sir John Hort. Dated 21 March 1805

[no title]  69/M/3/90  15 February 1806

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire (Junior) and Harriet Newcombe

[no title]  69/M/3/91  13 & 14 October 1826

Contents:
Lease, Release and Appointment
1) Theophilus Thornhagh Gurdon of Letton, Norfolk, esquire, and Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Rt John Parker, earl of Morley
3) William Lake of Lincoln's Inn, Middx, gent.
Revocation of uses of a settlement dated 21 August 1809 (being the marriage settlement of John Parker, earl of Morley, and Frances, Countess of Morley) concerning Manor and lordship of Norden alias Nordon. All lands in Kingsbridge, West Allyington alias West Alvington, Salcombe and Dodbrooke being part of the same manor.
Also chief rent of £5 pa issuing out of the manor.
Also lands and premises of 2) situated at Turnchapel, Plymstock.
Also a dock at Turnchapel.
Appointment of the same property in exchange for lands described in Indentures of Lease and Release of even date

[no title]  69/M/3/92  19 & 20 October 1827

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Lease and Release]
John Parker, earl of Morley, then John Parker, Lord Boringdon, and Francis Talbot of Catton, Norfolk, spinster. To effect an exchange of property at Turnchapel included in the marriage settlement of 20 & 21/08/1809. Includes letter re property dated 18 July 1859

[no title]  69/M/3/93  24 April

Contents:
Grant of probate for the estate of John 1840 earl of Morley. With copy of will attached, dated 14 June 1831

[no title]  69/M/3/94  8 November 1840

Contents:
Memorandum re John Parker, earl of Morley's will

CHILDREN OF BRIDGET KELLY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/95  10 February 1804

Contents:
Assignment
1) Montagu H Kelly of the Custom House, London, a Lieutenant in Her Majesty's Navy, Redmond Hinston Kelly of Christ Church Oxford, gent., John Francis Kelly, a colonel in the 1st Regiment of the Guards, Eleanor King Kelly and Susan Barbara Kelly of the Custom House, London
2) William Ladbrooke of New Bond Street, Middx, breeches maker and Stephen Limmer of Conduit Street, Middx, wine dealer
Assignment of Montagu H Kelly's reversionary interest in a sum bequeathed by John Parker, expectant on the death of Bridget Parker, for securing £183/16 and £73/3 plus interest.
Consideration: 5 shillings

[no title]  69/M/3/96  17 February 1804

Contents:
Copy of Assignment
1) Redmond Hinton Kelly of Christ Church, Oxford, gent.
2) Montagu Henry Kelly Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, John Francis Kelly, a colonel in the first Regiment of Guards, Eleanor King Kelly of the Custom House, London, spinster and Susan Barbara Kelly of the same place, spinster (being the siblings of the said Redmond Hinton Kelly)
3) Thomas Allen of Old Bond Street, Piccadilly in the county of Middlesex, taylor
Shares and interest in a sum bequeathed by John Parker expectant on the death of Bridget Kelly, mother of 1) and 2)
Consideration: £333/13/- owing from Redmond Hinton Kelly to Thomas Allen
5s paid by Thomas Allen to each of the above mentioned Kellys.

[no title]  69/M/3/97  15 May 1804

Contents:
Assignment
1) Redmond Hinton Kelly, esquire
2) Miss Eleanor King Kelly
Assignment of the share of a legacy under the will of John Parker esquire
Consideration: 10 shillings

[no title]  69/M/3/98  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release
1) Mr Montagu Henry Kelly late of the Customs House, London, Lieutenant in Her Majesty' Navy, and Messrs William Ladbrooke of New Bond Street, Middx, breeches maker and Stephen Limmer of Conduit Street, Middx, wine dealer, his assignees.
2) Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action arising out of the Indenture of Assignment dated 10 February 1804 or out of Montagu Henry Kelly's share of the trust fund
Consideration: £203/7/- to William Ladbrooke
£80/18/14 to Stephen Limmer
£625/9/9 and one farthing to Montagu Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/3/99  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release and Discharge
1) John Francis Kelly, esquire, Colonel in the Regiment of the Foot Guards
2) Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire, of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action arising out of John Francis Kelly's share of the trust fund
Consideration: £909/15/1 and one farthing

[no title]  69/M/3/100  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release and Discharge
1) Miss Susan Barbara Kelly of the Customs House, London
2) Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire, of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action arising out of Susan Barbara Kelly's share of the trust fund
Consideration: £909/15/1 and one farthing

[no title]  69/M/3/101  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release
1) Miss Eleanor King Kelly of the Customs House, London, and Mr Redmond Hinton Kelly late of the same place but now of Surinan, a Lieutenant in the 64th Regiment of foot.
2) Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire, of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action arising out of Redmond Hinton Kelly's share of the trust fund
Consideration: £909/15/1 and one farthing

[no title]  69/M/3/102  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release
1) Miss Eleanor King Kelly of the Customs House, London, administratrix of the will of Bridget Kelly late of Queen Street, in the parish of St George, Hanover Square, Middlesex
2) Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire, of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action re the trust fund arising out of Eleanor King Kelly's position as administratrix of her mother's will
Consideration: five shillings

[no title]  69/M/3/103  27 March 1806

Contents:
Release and Discharge
1) Miss Eleanor King Kelly of the Customs House, London, administratrix of the will of Bridget Kelly, her mother, late of Queen Street, in the parish of St George, Hanover Square, Middlesex.
2) Montagu Edmund Parker Esq of Whiteway near Chudleigh
Release of right to legal action arising out of Eleanor King Kelly's share of the trust fund
Consideration: £909/15/1 and one farthing

[no title]  69/M/3/104  27 March 1806

Contents:
Copy of a brokers account of the sale of £7619/1/0 three per cent consols standing in the name of Montagu Edmund Parker, esquire, in trust for the children of Mrs Bridget Kelly

[no title]  69/M/3/105  31 March 1806

Contents:
List of deeds and papers re the interest claimed by the children of the late Bridget Kelly

[no title]  69/M/3/106  31 March 1806

Contents:
Letter to Lord Boringdon from William Leade, Sackville Street: settlement of money on the children of the late Mrs Kelly; Mrs Galolly's dividend

EDMUND, 2ND EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/107  28 February 1842

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Assignment of a jointure] Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and Mrs Harriet Sophia Coryton, widow
Endorsement: appointment of new trustee, dated 14 June 1861

[no title]  69/M/3/108  31 March 1853

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Strode of Newnham Park, esquire
3) George William Soltau of Little Efford, esquire, and Deeble Boger of Wolsdon, Cornwall, gent.
Supplemental to indentures of Settlement dated 29 May 1851
Parcel of land called Knowle Wood
Consideration: £167 15s

[no title]  69/M/3/109  6 February 1865

Contents:
Copy will of the Edmund Parker, earl of Morley.
With probate

MONTAGU EDMUND NEWCOME PARKER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/110  10 September 1858

Contents:
Grant of probate for the estate of Montagu Edmund Newcombe Parker of Whiteway, esquire. With copy of will attached

ALBERT EDMUND, 3RD EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

HARRIET SOPHIA, COUNTESS DOWAGER OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/111  1862, 1897

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the estate of Harriet Sophia, Countess Dowager of Morley, deceased: receipts for payments made under the will of the Countess; guarantees made by the earl of Morley, for the general balance of accounts of various individuals; notes re the legacies in the will; correspondence re the Coryton settlement.

[no title]  69/M/3/112  1877-1888, 1893-1900

Contents:
Bundle of documents re the estate of Harriet Sophia, Countess Dowager of Morley, deceased: schedule of documents; copy of the will and codicil of the dowager Countess; notes re legacies; summary of estate duties and detailed accounts; catalogue of the collection of objects of art formed by the late Montagu Parker, to be sold at auction on the 13th July 1897, with notes re prices fetched; catalogue of pictures at Whiteway with notes re Wilson's valuations; papers re the estate of Mrs Harriet Parker with an account of the Dowager Countess's succession to her property, prepared for the Inland Revenue, 1877-8; correspondence and certificates re death of annuitants.

[no title]  69/M/3/113  1897-1898

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the estate of Harriet Sophia, Countess Dowager of Morley, deceased: correspondence re succession duty.

NEWCOMBE FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/114  3 September 1715

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
John Newcombe of Exeter, and Mary Lydstone of Exeter, spinster

[no title]  69/M/3/115  13 June 1727

Contents:
Copy of will of Mary Newcombe, wife of John Newcombe, alderman, of Exeter

[no title]  69/M/3/116  13 March 1729

Contents:
Letters of Administration for the estate of Robert Lydston of Exeter, esquire. Granted to Mary Newcombe, wife of John Newcombe. With copy of will annexed, dated 25 January 1729

[no title]  69/M/3/117  12 June 1733

Contents:
Letters of Administration for the estate of Mary Newcombe otherwise Lydstone late of Exeter.
Granted to John Newcombe, esquire, husband of the said Mary

[no title]  69/M/3/118  12 June 1733

Contents:
Letters of Administration of the estate of Robert Lydstone of Exeter, esquire to John Newcombe, esquire. With copy of will annexed, dated 25 January 1729

[no title]  69/M/3/119  13 October 1733

Contents:
Letters of Administration of the estate of Mary Newcombe otherwise Lydstone late of Exeter.
Granted to John Newcombe, esquire, husband of the said Mary

[no title]  69/M/3/120  28 May 1734

Contents:
Marriage Settlement [Release from a Lease and Release]
John Newcombe and Mrs Mary Southmead

[no title]  69/M/3/120a  15 February 1736

Contents:
Marriage settlement
John Newcombe of Teignmouth, esquire, and Harriet Pleydell of Wilton House, Somerset

[no title]  69/M/3/121  18 December 1736

Contents:
Copy of will of William Newcombe of Exeter, merchant

[no title]  69/M/3/122  24 December 1737

Contents:
Revocation
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire, and Mary his wife
2) Robert Newcombe of Illogan, Cornwall, clerk, William Newcombe of Exeter, merchant, and John Southmead of Wrey, esquire
Revocation of trusts made by a Lease and Release dated 27 & 28 May 1734 concerning lands in Highweek
With agreement of 1) to convey to 2) some other property in Devon to the clear yearly value of £33 or an annuity of that value

[no title]  69/M/3/123  20 April 1742

Contents:
Marriage Settlement [copy]
William Newcombe of Exeter, esquire, and Elizabeth Vivian, widow of Richard Vivian of Exeter, merchant

[no title]  69/M/3/124  14 May 1754

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Mr Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, gent., and Hannah Bawden of Exeter, spinster

[no title]  69/M/3/125  nd 1770

Contents:
Settlement [copy]
1) John Newcombe, esquire, and Robert Lydston Newcombe, esquire, both of Exeter
2) Edward Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, esquire, and Humphrey Bawden of Parkham, clerk
Supplemental to marriage settlement dated 14 May 1759
Agreement of the trustees as to laying out of £702 in trust money

[no title]  69/M/3/126  6 February 1773

Contents:
Letters of Administration for the estate of John Newcombe late of Exeter, esquire. Granted to Robert Lydstone Newcombe, esquire, his son

[no title]  69/M/3/126a  13 October 1773

Contents:
Letters of Administration for the estate of Mary Newcombe otherwise Lydstone, wife of John Newcombe.
Granted to Robert Lydstone Newcombe, esquire, her son

[no title]  69/M/3/127  28 October 1791

Contents:
Copy of the will of Elizabeth Hickes of Cheriton Fitzpaine, spinster

[no title]  69/M/3/128  9 August 1793

Contents:
Attested copy of an Agreement
1) William Newcombe of the Bank, London, gent.
2) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
Supplemental to a marriage settlement dated 13 & 14 May 1754
Assignment of the capital sum of £380 New South Sea
Annuities to 2). With agreement of 2) to indemnify 1)

[no title]  69/M/3/129  27 June 1797

Contents:
Notice of payment of legacy to John Bawden from Elizabeth Hickes' personal estate

[no title]  69/M/3/130  27 June 1797

Contents:
Notice of payment of legacy to John Bawden from Elizabeth Hickes' personal estate

[no title]  69/M/3/131  19 March 1797

Contents:
Letter from William Newcombe, Poole House, to Robert Lydstone Newcombe: Mrs Hickes's legacy - 1/4 part of the manor of Upcott and lands in Ottery St Mary and Lydford.
Also lands in Week St Mary, Poundstock, and South Petherwin, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/3/132  13 November 1799

Contents:
Appointment
1) Robert Lydston Newcombe of St David, Exeter
2) John Newcombe of East Teignmouth, esquire, John Bawden of South Molton, esquire
3) Mary Day the wife of John Day and daughter of Robert Lydston Newcombe.
Appointment of real and personal estate for the separate use of Mrs Mary Day

[no title]  69/M/3/133  23 May 1801

Contents:
Release of lands in lieu of property discharged out of a Settlement [Release from a Lease and Release]
1) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) William Newcombe of the City of London, esquire
3) John Bawden of South Molton, esquire, and John Newcombe of Teignmouth, esquire
Supplemental to settlement dated 13 & 14 May 1754
Tenement and farm called Great and Little Talpetherwin situated in South Petherwin.
Released in lieu of a dwelling house and garden in St Kerrian, Exeter

[no title]  69/M/3/134  23 May 1801

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire, and William Newcombe, City of London, esquire
Revocation of trusts and uses created by provisions in indentures of Lease, Release and Settlement dated 13 & 14 May 1754 re two tenements in St Kerrian

[no title]  69/M/3/134a  31 October 1801

Contents:
Deed of Revocation
1) Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire, and William Newcombe of the City of London, esquire
Revocation of trusts and uses created by provisions in indentures of Lease, Release and Settlement dated 13 & 14 May 1754 re two tenements in St Kerrian

[no title]  69/M/3/135  28 January 1809

Contents:
Account of the personal estate of Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter, esquire made by John Newcombe, son of the said Robert, to the Stamp Office

WILLS AND SETTLEMENTS OUTSIDE THE IMMEDIATE PARKER FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/136  14 July 1506

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Deed of Feoffment]
Gilbert Seyntclere and Johan Strobrigge

[no title]  69/M/3/137  3 August 1569

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Lease]
George Farwell of Inner Temple, City of London, gent. and Phillippe his wife (nee Parker).

[no title]  69/M/3/138  5 June 1629

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Covenant to stand seised]
John Trelawny of Northamptonshire and Mary his wife. Robert Tomlins of Oldstock, Buckinghamshire and Ursala his wife

[no title]  69/M/3/139  8 October 1656

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Robert Yonge, gent. and Mary Davie

[no title]  69/M/3/140  17 October 1661

Contents:
Letters of Administration granted to Maria Weekes, widow, for the estate of John Weekes of South Tawton, esquire

[no title]  69/M/3/141  17 April 1662

Contents:
Copy will
Johan Hamlyne of Lower Lee, Shaugh Prior, widow
With probate

[no title]  69/M/3/142  6 May 1667

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Deed to lead the uses of a Fine]
Walter Hele of Halwell, esquire, and Amy
Parker of Burrington, [Boringdon]

[no title]  69/M/3/143  3rd December 1670

Contents:
Copy will
John Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
With probate

[no title]  69/M/3/144  18 January 1671/2

Contents:
Copy will
William Myllier of Plympton St Mary, miller.
With probate

[no title]  69/M/3/145  11 March 1671/2

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Articles of Agreement]
George Yeo, gent. and Anne Hobbs, both of Orchard, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/3/146  12 September 1673

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Sebastian Isacke of Polsloe, Heavitree, and Alice Younge of Dalwood, Dorset, now his wife
Lease for 99 years.

[no title]  69/M/3/147  20 January 1682/3

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Thomas Wood of Kittefford, Somerset and Bridgett now his wife (copy)

[no title]  69/M/3/148  27 March 1682/3

Contents:
Will of Henry Bennet of Chudleigh, gent.

[no title]  69/M/3/149  19 November 1683

Contents:
Mr Collin's copy of the will of Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent. Dated 27 March 1683

[no title]  69/M/3/150  28 November 1685

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Gift]
Walter Hele of Blaxton, gent., and Sarah
Elford of Washbourne Bouson

[no title]  69/M/3/151  19 October 1688

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Thomas Hurrell, clerk, rector of the parish church of Bere Ferrers and Elizabeth now his wife

[no title]  69/M/3/152  4 November 1690

Contents:
Will of Elizabeth Bennett of Chudleigh, spinster

[no title]  69/M/3/153  21 February 1692/3

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Gift in trust]
John Hamblyn of Plympton St Mary, yeoman and Mary Ford of Yealmpton
[With counterpart]

[no title]  69/M/3/154  5 September 1702

Contents:
Copy will
Jacob Rugg of Ide, clerk

[no title]  69/M/3/155  8 November 1706

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Deed to lead the uses of a fine]
George Fortescue of Buckland Filleigh, and Rebecca Fortescue

[no title]  69/M/3/156  14 June 1716

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Edith Willoughby of Plymouth, widow and John Langaller of Plymouth, gent.

[no title]  69/M/3/157  20 July 1716

Contents:
Case and opinion by Thomas Lutwyehe re the will of James Buller esquire deceased, late of Shillingham, Cornwall.

[no title]  69/M/3/158  15 December 1716

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Assignment of Lease]
Mary Shobrook/Shobroke of Coleridge, widow and Edmund Osmond of Coleridge, searge weaver

[no title]  69/M/3/159  1 July 1723

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Simon Brooking and Johane Cowling of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/3/160  22 March 1727

Contents:
Attested copy of the will of John Langaller of Plymouth, gent.

[no title]  69/M/3/161  22 December 1749

Contents:
Copy of the will of John Brooking of Plympton St Mary, butcher: 20s to be paid to the poor of Plympton St Mary parish: £5 to his sister Honour the wife of Robert Paddingdon; £5 each to his other sisters Elizabeth and Joan Brooking: £5 to his cousin Nicholas Brooking: close of land called Blanchhill in Plympton St Mary; to his father Simon Brooking to pass on his death to John's sister Grace Brooking and her heirs (in default of heirs to those of his other sisters): remainder of his goods and lands to his father

[no title]  69/M/3/162  9 January 1755

Contents:
Copy of the will of Jane Wood of Plymouth, widow

[no title]  69/M/3/163  11 May 1769

Contents:
Grant of probate of the estate of John Brooking to Simon Brooking

[no title]  69/M/3/164  10 November 1773

Contents:
Marriage settlement [Release]
Bridges Hatchiman and Eleanor Lambell of Cattedown, widow

[no title]  69/M/3/165  15 July 1774

Contents:
Copy of the will of Samuel Cholwich of Oldstone, Doctor in Divinity, dated 28 January 1773, with codicil dated 15 July 1774

[no title]  69/M/3/166  11 November 1775

Contents:
Attested copy of the probate of the will of Thomas Cholwich, late of Lodston but now residing in Holbeton, esquire. Will dated 16 November 1766

[no title]  69/M/3/167  23 January 1779

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will of Mr Edward Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, esquire. Will dated 6 January 1777

[no title]  69/M/3/168  17 February 1784

Contents:
Copy of the will of George Winne of Plymouth, merchant. With codicil attached dated 29th November 1784

[no title]  69/M/3/169  1 January 1800

Contents:
Copy of the will of the late John Palmer of Plympton, esquire.

[no title]  69/M/3/170  10 April 1802

Contents:
Copy will
John Hellyer of Underwood, Plympton St Mary, yeoman.

[no title]  69/M/3/171  1 April 1824

Contents:
Copy will
Sir John Orde of Gloucester Street, Portman Square, Middlesex, Baronet, Admiral of the Red Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet.

[no title]  69/M/3/172  17 September 1824

Contents:
Inventory of the goods and chattels of the late Mr William Green, Mr George Green, Mr John Green and Miss Ann Green of Bishops Lydiard, Somerset

[no title]  69/M/3/173  27 August 1847

Contents:
Settlement
1) Grace Hancock of Liskeard, Cornwall, widow
2) George Pound of Plymouth, plasterer
3) Johana Pound, wife of the said George and daughter of the said Grace
4) John Chubb of Plymouth, builder and William Uglow of Plymouth, baker
That 4) shall hold the sum of £300 in trust for 3)

[no title]  69/M/3/174  16 May 1866

Contents:
Copy of the will of Sir Charles Lemon, of Carclew, Cornwall, baronet.

[no title]  69/M/3/175  27 April 1872

Contents:
Deed of Indemnity
1) William Trent Bennett Hamlyn of Gainsborough, Lincoln, surgeon
2) Maria Nettleton of Plymouth, widow
3) Edward Bennett Nettleton, formerly of Plymouth, accountant
4) Maria Nettleton of Plymouth, spinster
5) Peter Gordon Nettleton of Plymouth, veterinary surgeon
6) Arthur Nettleton of Plymouth, gent.
7) William Bennett Cuming of Plymouth, merchant and Nicholas Sumpter of Totnes, commander in Her Majesty's Royal navy
8) Samuel Jackson of Mannamead, gent. and the said William Bennett Cuming and Nicholas Sumpter
Indemnity for 8)'s performance of duties as trustees of the will of William Henry Bennett late of Plymouth, deceased
Consideration: transfer of £2553 per cent consolidated Bank Annuities by 8) to 1) and transfer of £2553 per cent consolidated Bank Annuities by 8) to 7)
With schedule giving details of receipts and payments

[no title]  69/M/3/176  13 August 1875

Contents:
Will of Sarah Sophia Austen of No 4 Boringdon Villas, Plympton St Mary, spinster (niece of Samuel Newbery)

BONDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/3/177  30 May 1551

2 copies

Contents:
Agreement
1) John Seyntclere of Todwell, esquire
2) Henry Carewe, gent.
Agreement for payment of £130 in lieu of a bond for £200

[no title]  69/M/3/178  29 December 1571

Contents:
Letter of attorney
1) Henry Carewe of London, gent.
Appointment of Thomas Carewe of Haccombe, esquire as attorney to take goods and lands formerly belonging to John Seyntclere of Tudwell in lieu of a debt of £200

[no title]  69/M/3/179  5 October 1582

Contents:
Bond
1) Edmond Parker of Barley, St Thomas the Apostle, Exeter
2) George Smythe, merchant, of Exeter
To pay £400 owing to George Smythe by the 29th September 1583.

[no title]  69/M/3/180  5 October 1582

Contents:
Bond
1) Edmond Parker of Barley, Exeter, esquire
2) Jerome Mayhowe of Plymouth, esquire
To pay £400 owing to Jerome Mayhowe by the 29th September 1583. Memorandum of transfer of bond to Mr George Smythe.

[no title]  69/M/3/181  9 February 1608

Contents:
Bond
1) William Courten of London, merchant
2) Thomas Vaughan of Plymouth
Re obligation of statute staple for £200. [Mostly illegible]

[no title]  69/M/3/182  9 October 1612

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker of Exeter, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton
£8 to be paid on the 29 September 1613

[no title]  69/M/3/183  20 April 1622

Contents:
Agreement
1) William Courten of London, merchant
2) Thomas Vaughan of Plymouth, merchant
Acceptance of arrangement for payment of £165 in lieu of an obligation of statute staple for £200

[no title]  69/M/3/184  24 December 1627

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker of Plymouth, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Penal sum: £30
Payment of the sum of £15 to Edmund Parker on the 25 December 1628.

[no title]  69/M/3/185  18 April 1631

Contents:
Memorandum
1) John Parker of Plympton St Mary, gent.
2) Edmond Parker esquire, brother of John
Acknowledgement that the sums of £45 and £140 are owing to Edmond Parker

[no title]  69/M/3/186  26 May 1638

Contents:
Bond
1) Sir Nicholas Slanning of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton
Penal sum: £300
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in a pair of indentures of this same date.

[no title]  69/M/3/187  19 June 1639

Contents:
Bond
1) John Trevelyan of Bazell, Cornwall, esquire, and Peter his son and heir apparent
2) John Hickes of Alternon, Cornwall, gent.
Penal sum: £400
Fulfilment of covenants in a pair of indentures between the two parties, of the same date

[no title]  69/M/3/188  26 July 1641

Contents:
Bond
1) John Clifton of Week St Mary, Cornwall, gent., and Thomas Prust of Week St Mary, Cornwall, yeoman
2) John Hickes of Altarnun, Cornwall, gent.
Penal sum: £400
Fulfilments of covenants in a pair of indentures between the two parties, of the same date

[no title]  69/M/3/189  22 October 1647

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker of Clannaborough, and Elizabeth Parker his wife
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon Park, Plympton St Mary
Penal sum: £200
Payment of £100 on 29 September 1648. If the sum is not paid, Edmund Parker may take distress on the barton and farm of Clannaborough and sell the same in order to raise the sum owed.

[no title]  69/M/3/190  25 June 1653

Contents:
Bond
1) Thomas Barkley of Scobbiscombe, esquire
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Penal sum: £1500
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in a pair of indentures of this same date.

[no title]  69/M/3/191  25 June 1653

Contents:
Bond
1) Thomas Wills of Wivellscombe, Cornwall
2) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Penal sum: £1000
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in a pair of indentures of this same date.

[no title]  69/M/3/192  10 September 1663

Contents:
Bond
1) John Hole of Hals, North Tawton, and William Knapman of Throwleigh
2) Edmond Parker of Boringdon
Consideration: £2000
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in a pair of indentures of this same date.

[no title]  69/M/3/193  26 October 1672

Contents:
Bond
1) Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, gent., and Thomas Long of Exeter, clerk
2) Francis Cook the elder, of Exeter, gent.
Penal sum: £200
Payment of £103 to Francis Cook on the 27 April 1673

[no title]  69/M/3/194  23rd December 1675

Contents:
Bond
1) William Kekewich of Crosse, Botus Fleming, Cornwall, gent., and George Sprey of St Kew, Cornwall
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Penal sum: £1186
Payment of £593 and interest at or upon the 24th June 1676

[no title]  69/M/3/195  13 December 1687

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) George Goodridge of Devon, yeoman
Penal sum: £100
£50 to be paid on the 13 June 1688

[no title]  69/M/3/196  26 September 1690

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, esquire
2) James Pitman of Cubridge, yeoman
Penal sum: £100
Payment of £51/10/- to James Pitman on the 27th March 1691

[no title]  69/M/3/197  4 July 1691

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) Agnes Eastchurch of Chudleigh, spinster
Penal sum: £100
Payment of £52/10/- to Agnes Eastchurch on the 4th July 1692. Endorsed with receipts for interest paid on the bond.

[no title]  69/M/3/198  17 September 1691

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) William Hale of Chudleigh, yeoman
Penal sum: £90
Payment of the sum of £45 to William Hale on the 17 March 1692

[no title]  69/M/3/199  17 March 1698

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennet and Henry Bennet, gent., both of Chudleigh
2) John Quicke of Newton St Cyres, esquire, Hugh Stafford of Upton Pyne, gent., Thomas Quicke of Newton St Cyres, gent., and John Hull, also of Newton St Cyres, yeoman. Being executors on trust for the last will and testament of John Babb of Daddescomb
Payment of £100 on 17 September 1698

[no title]  69/M/3/200  20 September; 17th cent

Contents:
Bond
1) Thomas Parker of Abbotsleigh, Halwell, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, Plympton St Mary
Penal sum: £560
Condition: £280 on 25 March 16?3

[no title]  69/M/3/201  23 January 1702

Contents:
Bond
1) George Bennett of Chudleigh, gent.
2) David Long of Kenne [Kenn]
Penal sum: £197
Payment of £98/10/- to David Long on the 23 July 1702

[no title]  69/M/3/202  20 April 1705

Contents:
Bond
1) George and Henry Bennett of Chudleigh, esquires
2) James Pittman of Kenton, gent.
Penal sum: £100
Payment of the sum of £51/10 to James Pittman on the 20 October 1705

[no title]  69/M/3/203  21 November 1705

Contents:
Bond
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon
2) Margaret Champernowne of Dartington
Penal sum: £1000
Placing into joint custody of two deeds within five months

[no title]  69/M/3/204  1712

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker, Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Penal sum: £6800
Condition: Observation of terms and conditions in Release bearing the same date

[no title]  69/M/3/205  22 July 1807

Contents:
Bond
1) Sarah Hatchman of Woolwich, Kent, widow
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Penal sum: £500
Fulfilment of terms and covenants agreed to in an indenture of Bargain and Sale of this same date

[no title]  69/M/3/206  6 August 1823

Contents:
Bond
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Stock of White Roothing, Essex, farmer and James Atkinson of Pentonville, parish of St James, Clerkenwell, Middx, merchant (trustees under the marriage settlement of William Atkinson, now of Plymouth Dock, gent. and Mary his wife)
Penal sum: £4000
Condition: Payment of the sum of £2000 + interest
Receipted, 14 July 1866

[no title]  69/M/3/207  24 December 1849

Contents:
Assignment
1) Richard Stock of White Roothney, Essex, farmer and James Atkinson of Pentonville, parish of St James, Clerkenwell, Middx, merchant
2) Mary Atkinson of Plymouth, widow
£2000 owing to 1) under a bond dated 6 August 1823 together with the said bond
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  69/M/3/208  7 August 1850

Contents:
Assignment of a bond
1) Richard Arthur of Plymouth, a Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy
2) Nicholas Lockyer of Plymouth, gent., and Edward Lawes of the Inner Temple, London, Barrister at Law
Bond dated 7 August 1843 and made by Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Richard Arthur for the penal sum of £5200, the principal sum being £2600, now reduced to £2000. (The original bond is enclosed)
Consideration: £2000

[no title]  69/M/3/209  6 January 1865

Contents:
Bond
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) the Reverend Thomas Kitson of Shiphay, [Cockington?]
Penal sum: £1000
Payment of sum of £500 + interest

Leases  [no ref. or date]

MANORIAL LEASES: DEVON  [no ref. or date]

BORINGDON, COLEBROOK AND WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

ALDWINS [ALIAS BICKFORDS] TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/1  6 May 1743

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Mintern of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Bickfords tenement situated in the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/2  26 March 1750

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Pope of Plympton St Mary, maltster Bickfords alias Aldwins tenement situated in the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £25 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/3  10 March 1757

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Henry Stockman of Plympton St Mary, joiner
Tenement called Bickfords alias Aldwins, situated in the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £25 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/4  20 February 1764

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Sanford of Plympton St Mary, carpenter Bickfords alias Aldwins tenement situated in Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £30 pa
[With copy]
Enclosed is an agreement to lease the same. Dated 31 August 1763

[no title]  69/M/4/5  25 March 1771

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Bowden of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Aldwins tenement in Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £31 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/6  18 November 1777

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon
2) Richard Borlese of Plympton St Mary, husbandman Aldwins tenement with closes of land called Great Meadow, Little Meadow, Cow Park, Colebrook Down, Little Crackeridge, Mounty and the Piece, all situated at Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/7  29 September 1781

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Borlase and John Croad of Plympton St Mary, yeomen
Aldwins tenement with fields adjoining called Great Meadow, Little Meadow, Cow Park, Colebrook Down, Little Crackeridge, Mounty and the Piece situated at Colebrook
Term: nine years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/8  29 April 1791

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) John Croad of Colebrook, yeoman
Tenement called Aldwins situated at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/9  24 June 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Croad of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook. Also a field called Lucas's Park situated near Colebrook, part of Burys tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £58/16

[no title]  69/M/4/10  25 March 1798

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Lamacraft of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Orchard, part of Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1/3d pa
Heriot: 2/6d

[no title]  69/M/4/11  25 March 1804

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Mary Croad of Plympton St Mary, widow
2) John Stevens of Plympton St Mary, maltster
Original lease dated 24 June 179 [4/5] between Lord Boringdon and John Croad
Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook and a field called Lucas's Park situated near Colebrook
Consideration: Payment of annual rent by 2) to Lord Boringdon
Term: 14 years
Rent: £58 16s pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender by Sarah Doddridge. Dated 16 September 1861

[no title]  69/M/4/12  25 December 1806

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Dodderidge of Colebrook, blacksmith Dwelling house partly converted to a blacksmiths shop, with curtilage, being part of Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook, bounded on the north and east by the road through Colebrook
Consideration: £60
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 4s
With plan on dorse

[no title]  69/M/4/13  25 March 1812

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Stevens of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Aldwins tenement. Also several fields called Cow Park, Colebrook Down, Little Crackeridge piece and the Meadow, being parts of Aldwins tenement. Also several fields called Little Yarn Park, Jefferys Park and Martins Orchard
Term: ten years
Rent: £90 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/14  25 December 1816

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Doddridge of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Orchard, part of Aldwins tenement
Term: 7¼ years
Rent: £10 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/15  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Andrews of Shaugh, yeoman
Meadow, part of Aldwins tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £25 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/16  24 May 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Andrews of Shaugh, yeoman
Meadow, part of Aldwins tenement
Term: 10 years
Rent: £26 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/17  25 December 1836

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Doddridge of Stoke Damerel, blacksmith
Lately erected dwelling house with the remainder of an old barn, being part of Aldwins tenement situated at Colebrook
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £4 pa
Heriot: £8

[no title]  69/M/4/18  26 October 1868

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Rickard, miller, William Seccombe, draper, William Cottle, builder, John Gully, labourer, and Samuel Pomeroy labourer, all of Plympton St Mary, and John Tregillus of Egg Buckland, miller
Part of a field, formerly an orchard and part of Aldwins tenement, being number 1646 on the Plympton St Mary tithe map with building erected thereon, intended for use as a United Methodist Chapel
Term: 99 years
Rent: £1 10s pa
[With copy]
Endorsed with a surrender of the lease. Dated 2 February 1880

BAGGLEHOLES TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/19  29 January 1665/6

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Cole of Colebrook, husbandman
House with land adjoining situated on the south on Linkeydale. Also Baggleholes orchard and meadow, being part of Baggleholes tenement in Colebrook, lying on the south-east side of the King's highway leading to Plympton St Mary Church
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 9s
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease from Thomas Cole to George Maddock. Dated 10th December 1680

[no title]  69/M/4/20  15 June 1722

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Maddock of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
Cottage, house and land situated on the southside of a parcel of land called Linkeydale. Also Baggleholes orchard and meadow. All situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £9
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of George Maddock
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/21  13 May 1758

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Anthony Pote of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Cottage and herb garden on south of a parcel of land called Linkeydale, with orchard and meadow called Baggleholes
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 5s

BARRYES TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/22  18 January 1654/5

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Loveless, servant to 1 Parcel of land and old walls situated in Colebrook, whereon a house belonging to Barryes tenement lately stood, with herb garden and with Barryes orchard adjoining. Also a close called Leidons
Consideration: £40 and erection of a dwelling house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/23  26 May 1674

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Redigun Trelany, sister of Nichole Louelis of Devon, spinster
Houses with herb gardens and orchards adjoining called Barryes Orchard. Also a close called Leidons, all being parcel of Barryes tenement
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of John Louelis and Nichole his wife
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/24  25 September 1713

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Constance Tiley of Plympton St Mary, spinster
Dwelling houses with herb gardens and orchards adjoining called Barryes Orchard. Also a close of land called Leidons. All situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £80
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 20s

BEERS AND BROOKINGS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/25  3 May 1742

Contents:
Agreement for lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) John Lavers of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Watts alias Brookings, Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/26  29 September 1742

Contents:
Agreement to let
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Nicholas Edwards alias Revell of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Beers tenement in the village of Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £25 per year

[no title]  69/M/4/27  20 May 1748

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Mintern of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Beers tenement in Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £25 per year

[no title]  69/M/4/28  25 April 1749

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Benjamin Mitchell of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Watts alias Brookings tenement situated in Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £11 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/29  3 May 1756

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Benjamin Mitchel of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Watts alias Brookings tenement situated in Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £11 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/30  30 March 1763

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Benjamin Mitchell of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Beers tenement and Brookings tenement, both situated in Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £42 pa
[With copy]
Enclosed is an agreement to lease the same. Dated 30 March 1763

[no title]  69/M/4/31  1 October 1776

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Davy of Colebrook, gardener
Two tenements called Beers and Watts alias Brookings tenement situated at Colebrook. Also fields called the Meadow, Leesons, the Garden, Middle Garden, Crackeridge, New Garden, New Park, West and East Bramble Parks and the Four Bowhills
Term: seven years
Rent: £50/15s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/32  20 August 1783

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Davy of Colebrook, gardener
Two tenements called Beers and Watts alias Brookings situated at Colebrook, Plympton
Term: seven years
Rent: £50/15 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/33  4 October 1790

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) Mary Davy, widow, and William Davy her son, of Colebrook, yeoman
Beers and Brookings tenements situated at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £50 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/34  24 June 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, esquire
2) William Watson of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two tenements called Beers and Brookings situated at Colebrook. Also the Higher Barn
Term: 11 years
Rent: £63 pa

BENNECLIFF  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/35  1 June 1637

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomas Steart the elder of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Two tenements in Bennecliff
Consideration: £100
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of 2) and Marie his wife
Rent: 21s 4d pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/36  1 June 1637

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomas Steart the elder of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Tenement in Bennecliff
Consideration: £54 10s
Term: 90 years or two lives. To commence on the death of 1)
Rent: 9s pa
Heriot: best beast or 53s 4d
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/37  24 June 1683

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Oates of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Three tenements in Bennecliff
Consideration: £500 and surrender of lease dated 1 June 1637
Rent: 30s 4d per year
Heriot: £6 13s 4d
[Enclosed is a note of field acreages]

[no title]  69/M/4/38  29 September 1749

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Mintern of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Messuage called Bennecliff alias Beneclay
Term: Till 25 March 1750. From then for the term of seven years
Rent: £20 for 1st term
£40 pa thereafter

[no title]  69/M/4/39  25 March 1755

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Mintern of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Bennecliff alias Beneclay
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 29 September 1749
Term: 16 years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/40  25 March 1762

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Crees of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Bennecliff alias Beneclay
Term: nine years
Rent: £40 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/41  25 March 1770

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Crees of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Bennecliff alias Beneclay
Term: 14 years
Rent: £40/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/42  25 March 1805

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1) Alexander Curber of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Nicholas Oldrey of East Allington, yeoman
Original lease dated 25 March 1798 between John Parker, Lord Boringdon and 1)
Tenement called Bennecliff, together with several fields and close of land called Wood Park, Hill Park, Bennecliff, Ball, Snapes, Slades, Veyseys, Brood Park, Higher and Lower Broad Parks, Crooked and Long Parks, Higher and Lower Mill Parks, Higher and Lower Meadows, Herb Garden and Orchard. Also two fields called Longland and Shortyard, and two fields called Brockhall and Lower Short Yard, part of Fetterhalls tenement
Consideration: Payment of annual rent to John Parker, Lord Boringdon by 2)
Payment of 5s to 1) by 2)
Term: 14 years
Rent: £108 pa
Enclosed is a Memorandum of Agreement between the above parties for assignment of lease of the above properties dated 8 February 1805. Also, a licence to assign issued by Lord Boringdon to 1) dated 22 March 1805

BENECLIFF AND COLEBROOK FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/43  [1818]

Contents:
Page from lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Elisha Gullett
[Colebrook farm and Bennecliff]
Term: 14 years
Rent: £140 pa
£150 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/44  9 May 1818

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Rabbidge of Tamerton Foliot, yeoman
Colebrook Farm and Bennecliff
Term: 10 years
Rent: £230 pa
Enclosed is a letter from 2) to Mr Yolland concerning repair of the Pound. Also a receipt for repair

BENECLIFF AND FETTERHALLS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/45  25 March 1798

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Alexander Curber of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Tenements called Bennecliff with fields called Woodpark, Hill Park, Bennecliff, Ball, Snapes, Slade, Veyseys, Broadpark, Higher Broadpark, Lower Broadpark, Crooked Park, Long Park, Higher and Lower Mill Park, Higher and Lower meadows, Herb Gardens and Orchards. Also two fields called Long land and Short yard. Also two other fields called Brockhall and Lower Short yard being part of Fetterhalls tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £108 pa

BENETTS, ROWES AND PEARSES LOWER LIVING TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/46  6 August 1689

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Parke, esquire
2) Charles Parker, younger son of l)
Benetts tenement
Consideration: Natural love and affection and 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/47  2 September 1700

Contents:
Surrender
1) Charles Parker of Brixton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Lease dated 6 August 1689 between Edmund Parker and 1) for Lower tenement alias Lower Living
Lease of same date, between same parties for Benetts tenement
Consideration: £61 10s 3d and grant of two new leases before 25 September

[no title]  69/M/4/48  5 September 1700

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Charles Parker of Brixon, gent., brother of 1)
Benetts tenement
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/49  5 September 1700

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Charles Parker of Brixton, gent., brother of 1)
Lower tenement alias Lower Living
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/50  6 May 1743

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Treneman of Ermington, yeoman
The home part of Rowe's tenement. Also a tenement called Pearses Lower Living. Also Benett's tenement. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £72 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/51  26 March 1750

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Treneman of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
The home part of Rowes tenement. Also a tenement called Pearses Lower Living. Also Benetts tenement. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: four years
Rent: £72 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/52  25 March 1754

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Haves of Plymouth, victualler
The home part of Rowes tenement. Also a tenement called Pearses Lower Living. Also Benetts tenement. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £72
Enclosed is a letter from J Spooner to [Mr Parker] inviting him to visit. The back of the note contains covenants from a lease. Also a note on the additional duty

[no title]  69/M/4/53  16 June 1761

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
The home part of Rowes tenement. Also a tenement called Pearses Lower Living. Also Benetts tenement. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: 14 years
Rent: £74 pa

BORINGDON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/54  30 August 1775

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) John Soper of Pulston, yeoman, and William Soper of Simpson, yeoman
Mansion and tenement called Boringdon with fields adjoining called Higher and Lower Croft, Broomhill, Sadlidge, Bakers Arish and Furze Park. Also tract of land formerly called Can Down now comprised of 10 fields called New Park, Middle Park, Lane Park, Broad Park, Golden Park, Lower and Higher Wood Park, Barn Park, Long Park and North Park. Also Higher and Middle Plymbridge Marshes. Also the pound for cattle adjoining to Broomhill
Term: seven years
Rent: £231 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/55  14 January 1783

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Vincent Adams of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £231 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/56  24 June 1791

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) Vincent Adams of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above.
Term: six years
Rent: £205 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/57  25 March 1813

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1) William Watson of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) George Perrott of Diptford, yeoman
3) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Original lease dated 25 March 1809 between 3) and 1)
Barton and tenement called Boringdon with part of Cann Down. Also two fields called Plymbridge marshes together with the Pinfold for cattle with the privilege of the pound. Also two dwelling houses being part of two messuages called Beer and Brookings. Also fields belonging to the tenements called Joshua James's, Tyleys, Walkers, Oat's and Crossmans which are called the Yonder and Little Bowhills, Wellpark, Higher and Lower Bramble Park, Newpark, New Garden, Slade, Higher, Middle and Lower Crakridge and the meadow. Also one field called the Warren. Also that part of Boringdon Park lying south of a newly erected fence extending from Old Cann Down gate south west to the new park door adjoining Woodford Wood
Consideration: Payment of the several yearly rents to 3) by 2)
Term: residue of three terms of 10½, 10 and 10 years

[no title]  69/M/4/58  2 November 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Butland of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Barton and farm called Boringdon with closes of land and marshes called Cann Down, Plym Bridge Marshes.
Also fields near the village of Colebrook called Two Bowhills, Two Bramble Parks, Well Park, Colebrook Meadow, Brookings Park, New Park, Crackeridge, New Garden, Nursery, and two cottages with gardens belonging to the same. Also all those parts of Boringdon Park not planted
Term: 14 years
Rent: £480 pa
With Memorandum of Agreement of 2) to renew his lease of the premises, also taking Jessops
Tenement

BORINGDON & WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/59  21 September 1685

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) George Parker of Boringdon, Plympton St Mary, esquire
2) Edmund Parker, gent., his brother Barton of Boringdon, barton of Woodford, Marsh Mills and all marshes in Plympton St Mary belonging to 1). Also a fishing hutch on the River Plym
Term: eight years
Rent: £400 pa
[With copy]

BOWHILL AND SLADE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/60  26 March 1698

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Daniel Lyde, of Plympton St Maurice, hellyer Cottage, orchard and herb garden with field called Bowhill. Also part of another field called Slade
Consideration: £37 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 1s
[With copy]

BRIXTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/61  30 May 1687

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Parke, esquire
2) Charles Parker younger son of 1 Brixton barton
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of 1)
Consideration: Natural love and 5s
Rent: £4 16s 8d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/62  4 July 1726

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Parker his son Barton, farm and demesnes of Brixton alias North Brixton
Consideration: 10s
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of Honor Parker and Mary Marshall
Rent: £4 16s 8d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/63  25 March 1747

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Head of Shaugh, yeoman
Field called Crosspark, part of the barton of Brixton
Term: seven years
Rent: £5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/64  25 March 1747

Contents:
Lease [fragment]
1) John Parker
2) William Maddock
Part of Brixton Barton
Term: seven years
Rent: £45 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/65  25 March 1754

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Head of Shaugh, yeoman
Field called Crosspark, parcel of the barton of Brixton
Term: seven years
Rent: £5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/66  25 March 1754

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Burt of Shaugh, yeoman
Two fields called Somerly and Broompark otherwise Higher and Lower Somerly, parcels of the barton of Brixton
Term: seven years
Rent: £11/5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/67  14 July 1763

Contents:
Agreement to let
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Jeremiah Upton of Plymouth, victualler, Thomas Eaton of Egg Buckland, gent., and Philip Featherstone of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Brixton barton

[no title]  69/M/4/68  24 August 1763

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Jeremiah Upton of Plymouth, victualler, Thomas Eaton of Egg Buckland, gent. and Philip Featherstone of Egg Buckland, yeoman
Brixton barton
Term: 21 years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/69  23 August 1769

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Tozer of Shaugh, yeoman
Fields called Long Park, Six Acres, Horsery Warren and Pithill Piece, parcel of the barton of Brixton
Term: 15 years
Rent: £18 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/70  23 August 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Date, victualler, and Richard Barnacott, carpenter, both of Plymouth
Field called Quarry Park with a common called Brixton Down, part of Brixton Barton
Term: 15 years
Rent: £6/6s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/71  23 November 1769

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Tozer of Shaugh, yeoman
Three fields called Eastways, part of the barton of Brixton
Term: 14 years + six months
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/72  23 August 1772

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Gullet of Shaugh, yeoman
Fields called The Two Barn Parks, The Two Perry Parks, The Two Meadows, Higher and Lower Summerlys, Cross Park, The Great Meadow, Canwood Park with the orchard and hawes adjoining, parcel of Brixton barton
Term: 12 years
Rent: £56 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/73  7 August 1783

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Gullet of Shaugh, yeoman
Barton of Brixton with fields called the Great and Little Orchard, Canny Park, Lower and Higher Quarry Park, Thirteen Acres, Broad Meadow, Higher and Lower Barn Park, Long meadow, Lower and Higher Summer Leys, Kitchen meadow, Pythel piece, Great and Middle and North East Way, Six Acres, Long Park, Warren, Osory Wood and field, Furze Park and Brixton Down
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £130 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/74  25 December 1796

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard and Robert Gullett of Shaugh, yeomen
Brixton barton
Term: 14 years
Rent: £168 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/75  29 September 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Boringdon
2) Robert Gullett of Buckland Monachorum, yeoman
Barton called Brixton, in Shaugh, and field called Castle Down, formerly part of tenement called Nicholls ground in Plympton St Mary.
Also common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: 10 years
Rent: £300 pa
Enclosed is an agreement for improvement and planting of certain grounds. Not dated

[no title]  69/M/4/76  25 March 1822

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Damerel of Shaugh, yeoman
Brixton Barton, Shaugh Prior. Also a field called Castledown, part of a tenement called Nicholls Ground in Plympton St Mary.
Also common of pasture upon Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood, of Shaugh
Term: 12 years
Rent: £200 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/77  15 August 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley, of North Molton
2) John Damerel of Shaugh, yeoman
Property as above.
Term: seven years
Rent: £220 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/78  16 August 1841

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Damerel of Shaugh, yeoman
Property as above.
Term: seven years
Rent: £220 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of renewal of the term
Dated 1 September 1847

BUTTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/79  5 September 1664

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Philip Rawling the elder of Colebrook, blacksmith
Tenement, orchard and herb garden and close of land adjoining to the waste lands where the Butts formerly stood
Consideration: £35 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s 4d pa
Heriot: 10s
Endorsed with a memorandum concerning payment of the consideration

[no title]  69/M/4/80  1 February 1813

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Dennis of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Dwelling houses lately erected on a piece of waste land called the Butts with waste land adjoining, bounded on the north and west by the road leading from Colebrook to the village of Ridgeway
Fine: Erection of dwelling houses
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 3s pa
Heriot: £10 6s

COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/81  29 August 1617

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomas Futterell of Plymstock, husbandman
Tenement situated in Colebrook formerly part of Rabishe Coombe
Consideration: £150
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12s
Heriot: £4

[no title]  69/M/4/82  17 July 1627

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Jane Blancharde, wife of Richard Blancharde, and James their son, all of Meavy
Tenement in Colebrook with three little pieces of land belonging to the same
Consideration: £28 10s
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Joan Martin
Rent: 10s 8d pa
Heriot: 10s
Enclosed is George Parker's grant of a licence to assign to Elizabeth Trelawney. Dated 29 June 1705

[no title]  69/M/4/83  21 July 1629

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Jerome Vestment the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Dwelling house and orchard in Colebrook
Term: 60 years or one life. Term to commence on the death of Martha Foster and John Foster
Rent: 16d pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/84  21 July 1629

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Jerome Vestment the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Closes of land situated at Colebrook called Brookings Park and three quillets of land called Colebrook Down, Bowhill and the New Orchard
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 15s pa
Heriot: 10s
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/85  21 April 1635

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Jerome Vestment the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement situated at Colebrook
Consideration: £22 and surrender of a lease dated 3 September 1619
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 23s 4d pa
Heriot: £4

[no title]  69/M/4/86  29 September 1647

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Silvester Jessop of Colebrook, husbandman, Marion Jessop, his wife, and Amy Jessop their daughter
Brookens tenement situated at the upper end of Colebrook
Consideration: £90
Term: lives of 2)
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: 26/8d

[no title]  69/M/4/87  29 January 1649/50

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Jessop of Colebrook, yeoman
Hill's tenement in Colebrook
Consideration: £200
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/88  9 January 1657/8

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Walter Green of Colebrook, Plympton St Mary, plasterer
Parcel of ground between the houses of John Harris and Richard Thomas in Colebrook
Consideration: construction of a house on the ground
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 3/4d

[no title]  69/M/4/89  30 September 1664

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Argon of Colebrook, mason
Cottage, herb garden and orchard in Colebrook
Consideration: 40s pa
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment of the lease by Richard Argon to Johane Vestment. Dated 22nd M[arch] 1678/9

[no title]  69/M/4/90  8 September 1670

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Thomas of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Dwelling house, orchard, herb garden and backside in Colebrook
Term: two lives
Consideration: £6 10s and surrender of former lease
Rent: 18s pa
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/4/91  13 March 1698/9

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Pascho Foot of Plympton St Mary, cordwainer
Two cottages with herb gardens and orchards in Colebrook
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 40s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/92  28 June 1705

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Elizabeth Trelawney of Colebrook, spinster
Messuage, dwelling house, backside, orchard and herb garden situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £17 1s 6d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/93  20 January 1712/13

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Allin of Colebrook, tailor
Two cottages, herb gardens and orchard
Consideration: 20s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/94  20 January 1712/13

Contents:
Grant of annuity
1) William Allin of Colebrook, taylor
Supplemental to lease dated 20 January 1712 between George Parker and William Allin
Annuity of 5s issuing out of two cottages with lands adjoining in Colebrook and plot of ground walled in by the said William
Consideration: Lease of plot of ground
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/95  28 February 1712/13

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Deborah Pearse of Launceston, widow
Dwelling house, herb garden and orchard
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/96  10 December 1713

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Philip Mumford of Shaugh, husbandman
Dwelling house, orchard, herb garden and backside situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £4
Term: 99 years or one life
Rent: 18s pa
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/4/97  30 December 1713

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Mattacot of Colebrook, husbandman
Dwelling house, orchard, herb garden and backside situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £3 10s
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of John Mumford
Rent: 18s
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/4/98  26 May 1714

Contents:
Lease and counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Elizabeth Toope of Colebrook, widow
Dwelling house, orchard and herb garden situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £4 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/99  26 May 1714

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Elizabeth Toope of Colebrook, Plympton St Mary
Newly erected house, herb garden and part of an orchard belonging to the same bounded on the east with the Queen's highway and one meadow lying on the east of the said highway, all situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £13 1s 6d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 8s

[no title]  69/M/4/100  15 September 1730

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Dwelling house, orchard and herb garden situated at Colebrook
Consideration: 20s and surrender of lease dated 26 May 1714
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/101  9 September 1735

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Samuel Pote of Plympton St Mary, weaver
Dwelling house, orchard, herb garden and backside situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £3 3s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 18s pa
Heriot: £30s

[no title]  69/M/4/102  25 March 1796

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, esquire
2) William Pote of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
House orchard and herb garden called Mumfords situated at Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £6/6 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/103  29 September 1797

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Simon Luscombe, carpenter
House, hog sty, linhay and garden at Colebrook, part of Webber's tenement
Consideration: £24
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s pa
Heriot: 12s

[no title]  69/M/4/104  25 March 1801

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Cloke of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Dwelling house and garden at Colebrook, bounded on the east by the road from Colebrook to Boringdon
Consideration: £63
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s 9d pa
Heriot: £1

[no title]  69/M/4/105  24 June 1804

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Field of Staverton, quarryman
Cottage, house and orchard situated at Colebrook, bounded on the east by the road leading to Shaugh
Consideration: £31 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 pa
Heriot: £2
With plan on dorse

[no title]  69/M/4/106  25 March 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) George Dennis of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
Barn orchard and field, part of a tenement called Fetterhalls. Also a meadow called Scobles or Butts meadow and a cottage or close of land called Baggleholes, all lying near the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £28 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/107  24 June 1813

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Parker of Plympton St Mary, cordwainer
Hodge's tenement in Colebrook
Term: nine ¾ years
Rent: £18 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/108  25 March 1816

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Croad of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Orchard in Colebrook, lately held by Thomas Kerswill
Term: 13 years
Rent: £19/10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/109  24 June 1816

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Bickle of Plymouth, victualler
Ruinous houses with gardens, part of tenement called Trelawlaynes situated at Colebrook, bounded on the east by the highway leading through Colebrook
Consideration: £5 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s 6d
Heriot: 9s

[no title]  69/M/4/110  25 March 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Luke Davis of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Dwelling houses and gardens situated at Colebrook bounded on the east by the highway from Colebrook to Boringdon
Fine: £21 and surrender of lease dated 25 March 1811
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16s 6d pa
Heriot: £1 13s

[no title]  69/M/4/111  25 March 1837

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Cole of Plympton St Mary, baker
Two dwelling houses and curtilage with a garden, situated in the upper village of Colebrook, bounded on the east by a street
Consideration: £40
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s pa
Heriot: 12s

[no title]  69/M/4/112  25 December 1837

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Cole of Plympton St Mary, baker
Two dwelling houses, curtilage and garden situated in the upper village in Colebrook, bounded on the east by a street
Consideration: £18 and agreement for 2) to repair the two dwelling houses
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s
Heriot: 10s
With letter enclosed from Nicholas Were to George Pridham re assignment of mortgages, dated 16 September 1841. Also letter from George Pridham to Lockyer and Bulteel, solicitors, re possible ejectment of Cole for non-payment of rent, dated 28 April 1854. Also account of rents due October 1852

[no title]  69/M/4/113  16 August 1841

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Stephen Giles of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
Ruinous dwelling house and garden in Colebrook, on the east of the road from Colebrook to Boringdon
Consideration: £21
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: £1

COLEBROOK FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/114  19 March 1827

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Willson of Wembury, yeoman
Tenement called Colebrook farm. Also tenement called Bennecliff. With closes of land called Way Park Broad Park, Headfield, Lazy Park, Eastern and Western Longlands, Gate and Stile field, Cross Park, Tongue Park, Hilla, Brockhole, Shortyards, Headlands, Higher Middle and Lower Crooked fields, Level field, Snaps Slade, Bennecliff Ball, Woodpark, Higher and Lower Hill Parks, Mill Park, Hedge Park, Higher and Lower Pollands, the Two Meadows at Bennecliff. Also, Pound house, part of Tyler's tenement. Also two fields called Polland Meadow and Peacocksford Marsh
Term: 12 years
Rent: £250 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/115  5 November 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Christopher Spear of St Dominick, yeoman
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £296 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/116  8 July 1846

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Martin of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Colebrook farm. Also a tenement called Bennecliff. Also Two Marshes near Long Bridge and Pound House, part of Tylers tenement. Also a field called Mays Marsh, Egg Buckland
Term: 14 years
Rent: £285 pa

CRACKERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/117  24 June 1671

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Tylie of Colebrook, tanner
Two closes called Crackeridge and Long Park with a barn and orchard in Colebrook
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10/4d pa
Heriot: 6/8d

[no title]  69/M/4/118  27 January 1726/7

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Constance Tiley of Plympton St Mary, spinster
Part of a close of land called Crackeridge. Also a close of land called Long Park with a barn and orchard adjoining. All situated in or near Colebrook
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of William Tiley
Rent: 10s 4d pa
Heriot: 6s 8d

[no title]  69/M/4/119  25 March 1838

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Dunstone of Colebrook, victualler
Field called Crackeridge, situated near Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £11 pa

CULVER MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/120  24 June 1746

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Anne James of Plympton St Mary, widow
Culver meadow situated near Lunch
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/121  25 March 1792

Contents:
Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) Thomas Crees of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Culver meadow
Term: 14 years
Rent: £6 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/122  25 March 1806

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Eales of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Close of land called Culver meadow
Term: six years
Rent: £12 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/123  25 March 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Kingdon of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Three fields called Great Yarn Park, Bramble Park, Culver meadow with Lynch orchard adjoining
Term: seven years
Rent: £82 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/124  25 March 1820

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Peter Blachford of North Buckland, miller
2) James Bickley of Plympton St Mary, tailor
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 25 March 1819 between 1) and 3)
Close of land called Culver Meadow
Consideration: Payment of yearly rent of £10 to 3) by 2)
Payment of 5s to 1) by 2)
Term: remainder of term of seven years

[no title]  69/M/4/125  25 March 1825

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Bickley of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Culver meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

ELFORDLEIGH AND NICHOLLS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/126  11 November 1774

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Pote of Colebrook, Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement and dwelling house called Elfordleigh with Five closes of land called Cross Park, Long Park, Pyricks, Barn Park and the Meadow and three orchards adjoining called Higher, Lower and Kennel orchard. Also Nicholls tenement with 10 closes of land called Burrow Park, the Downs, North Park, New Park, Mena Park, Dorrell Park, Middle Park, Long Park, three cornered Park and the Meadow
Term: 14 years
Rent: £105 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum re preservation of the new hedges dated 11 November 1774

[no title]  69/M/4/127  19 May 1781

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Borlase of Colebrook, yeoman
Property as above.
Term: seven years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/128  1 April 1788

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Boringdon
2) Richard Borlase of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above.
Term: 14 years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/129  24 June 1796

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Northmore of Walkhampton, yeoman
Elfordleigh and Nicholls tenements
Term: 14 years
Rent: £115 pa

FOSTERS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/130  14 March 1663/4

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Nichole Rowe of Plympton St Mary, widow
Original lease dated 20 December 1646 between 1) and 2)
Fosters tenement
Consideration: Surrender of original lease
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/131  20 October 1675

Contents:
Marriage settlement: Transfer of lease
1) Nichole Rowe of Woodford, widow
2) Thomas Rowe, son of 1, yeoman
On the marriage of 2) and Elizabeth Oates
Original lease dated 14 March 1664 between Edmund Parker and 1)
Fosters tenement in Woodford
Consideration: £20
Term: 99 years or three lives

[no title]  69/M/4/132  25 September 1700

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Rowe the elder of Woodford, yeoman
Fosters tenement
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 14 March 1664
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/133  1 November 1737

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Warden of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Fosters tenement situated at Woodford. Also close of land called Menapark
Term: three years
Rent: £18 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/134  3 September 1740

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Warden of Plympton St Mary, quarryman
Fosters tenement in Woodford, and a field called Menapark, near Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £18 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/135  4 September 1747

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Northmore of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Part of Fosters. Also a field called Mena park. Also a field called Higher Preswills. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: five months and seven years
Rent: £9 18s 9d for the 1st term
£26 10s pa for the 2nd term

[no title]  69/M/4/136  15 February 1755

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Warn of Plympton St Mary, quarryman
Part of Fosters tenement. Also fields called Menapark and Higher Preswills. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/137  13 November 1767

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Charles Collins of Plymouth, grocer
Part of Fosters tenement. Also field called Menapark. All situated near the village of Woodford
Term: 14 years
Rent: £42 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/138  29 September 1769

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Phillips of Cornwood, yeoman
Fosters tenement and a field called Menapark, all situated near the village of Woodford
Term: 14 years
Rent: £36 pa

FUTTERELLS AND COLLINS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/139  1 October 1646

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Warring of Colebrook, gent.
Collens tenements with the Pound house and backside, all situated in Colebrook. Also closes of land called Polland and the Marsh, being part of Futterell tenement. Also another close of land called Polland situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £245
Rent: £2 12s 4d
Heriot: best beast or £3

[no title]  69/M/4/140  13 October 1647

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Nicholas Brooken of Colebrook, yeoman
Futterells tenement in Colebrook
Consideration: £60
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/141  8 November 1692

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Mumford of Colebrook, husbandman
Polland meadow formerly part of Futterells tenement
Also a field called Hilla, formerly part of Collins tenement
Consideration: £46 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 10s
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/142  21 January 1694/5

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Nichols the elder of Ridgeway, tailor
Field called Polland marsh, formerly part of Futterells tenement
Consideration: £27 3s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/143  4 September 1707

Contents:
Counterpart Lease [part cut out]
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Cowling, cordwainer
Futterells tenement situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £61 1s 6d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 12s pa
Heriot: £1

[no title]  69/M/4/144  15 February 1737/8

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Cowling of Plympton St Maurice, cordwainer
Futterells tenement situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £50
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of 2)
Rent: 12s
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/145  24 June 1760

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Grigg of Plymouth, man's tailor
Polland orchard, formerly a field called Polland's Marsh
Consideration: £42
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 1s

[no title]  69/M/4/146  21 August 1764

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Charles James of Plympton St Mary, mariner
Polland meadows part of Futterells tenement. Also a field called Hilla, part of Collins's tenement
Consideration: £47
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 10s
Enclosed is an agreement to lease the same. Dated 30 July 1764

[no title]  69/M/4/147  16 August 1784

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Bone of Plymouth, tailor
Polland orchard formerly a field called Polland Marsh previously part of Futterells tenement
Consideration: Surrender of a lease dated 24th June 1760 between John Parker and John Grigg
£12/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa and manorial dues
Heriot: 1s pa

GREENS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/148  26 June 1713

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Revell of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Greens' house in Colebrook
Consideration: £3 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/149  8 August 1732

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Lamacraft of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Dwelling house and herb garden called Greens situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £6
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/150  24 June 1756

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Henry Stockman of Plympton St Mary, joiner
Dwelling house and herb garden called Greens situated at Colebrook
Consideration: £12 12s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 5s

HEADLANDS ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/151  10 May 1693

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joanne Ball of Revelstoke, widow
Two fields called the Headlands, two fields called Longlands, Collins orchard and fields called Hedge
Park, Brookings Park and two quillets of land, one being part of part of Jessops tenement
Consideration: £212 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 8s pa
Heriot: best beast or £5

[no title]  69/M/4/152  5 November 1746

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joshua James of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called the Headlands, two other fields called the Longlands, and fields called Hedge Park, Brookings Park, the Nursery. Also a plot of land lying on the higher side of a field called Higher Long Park, part of Jessops tenement. Also Collins orchard. All situated near the village of Colebrook
Consideration: £215 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 8s
Heriot: best beast or £5

HIGHER WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/153  20 September 1774

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Hugh Carpenter of Cornwood, yeoman
Tenement and dwelling house called Higher Woodford with fields called Higher Barn Park, Benetts
Meadow, Lower and Higher Well Park, Benetts Down, Bickham Park, Long Park, Home Meadow, Out Meadow and Cross Park
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £60 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of equal date concerning the orchards

[no title]  69/M/4/154  2 June 1777

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Hole of Plymouth, butcher
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £52 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/155  2 October 1790

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Most Hon. William Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee of the marriage settlement of John Parker and Frances Hort
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardian and trustees of the estate of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant
3) Robert Hole of Plymouth, butcher
Tenement called Higher Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £52 10s

JESSOPS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/156  21 February 1707/8

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Philip Westlake of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Jessops tenement situated in Colebrook, with fields called Greenapark, Honeypark, Slade, Colebrook Down, Downend, Long Park, the Two Bowhills, the Piece, and part of a common in Brockhole adjoining Beers tenement
Consideration: £246 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s
Heriot: best beast or £4

LONGLAND AND SHORTYARD CLOSES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/157  29 September 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Snell of Plympton St Mary, victualler
Two fields called Longland and Shortyard in Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £6/6 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/158  1 October 1776

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn senior of Colebrook, yeoman
Two closes of land called Longland and Shortyard situated at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £9 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/159  2 August 1783

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn, senior of Colebrook, yeoman
Two fields called Longland and Shortyard situated at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £9 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/160  2 October 1790

Contents:
Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant
3) John Hamlyn the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called Longland and Shortyard
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

LOWER WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/161  20 September 1774

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Vincent Adams of Ridgeway, Plympton St Mary, cordwainer
Tenement with dwelling house called Lower Woodford with fields called Barn Park, Bakehouse Meadow, Little Larkham, Higher and Lower Forelands, Colts Close, Higher Preswill, Herrings Close and the Croft
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £45 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of equal date concerning the orchards

[no title]  69/M/4/162  2 October 1790

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Most Hon. William Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee of the marriage settlement of John Parker and Frances Hort
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardian and trustees of the estate of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant
3) Elizabeth Savage of Plympton St Mary, widow
Tenement called Lower Woodford
Term: seven years
Rent: £58 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/163  25 December 1796

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Hamlyn the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Lower Woodford with fields called Croft, Barn Park, Mowey, Larkham, Furlongs, Herring's Close, Preswill's, Cotts Close, Orchard, Bakes Meadow and herb gardens adjoining. Also a tenement called Orchards and Scobles with fields called Woodford, Cross Fields, Breemills, Scobles fields, Orchard Meadow, New Garden, Sawpit Meadow, Great and Little Orchard, Great and Little Longacre and Blembwell and herb gardens adjoining.
Also a field called Little Larkham, and two fields called Cross Park and Long Park
Term: 14 years
13 years for Cross Park and Long Park
Rent: £200 pa

LOVELESSES TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/164  24 June 1786

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Bidcook of Plymouth, gent.
Messuage called Lovelesses tenement. Also a field lying on the north east side of Boringdon Hill with an orchard and herb garden adjoining the dwelling house. All situated near the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £8/8

[no title]  69/M/4/165  2 October 1790

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) John Bidcook of Plymouth, gent.
Messuage called Lovelesses tenement with an orchard and herb garden adjoining the dwelling house. Also a field lying on the north side of Boringdon Hill.
All situated near the village of Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £8/8 pa

LOWER STONE MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/166  25 March 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Bickley of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Field called Lower Stone Meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £22 pa
Enclosed is a note of acreages

[no title]  69/M/4/167  25 March 1836

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Ryall of Colebrook, victualler
Field called Lower Stone Meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £18 pa

LUNCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/168  25 July 1715

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Pearse the elder of Plympton St Mary, fuller
Part of a close of land situated in Lunch
Consideration: £8
Term: 97 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 6d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/169  25 July 1715

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Pearse the elder of Plympton St Mary, fuller
Several parts of a close of land situated in Lunch
Consideration: £24
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 2s

[no title]  69/M/4/170  4 July 1728

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Cowling of Plympton St Maurice, cordwainer
Four closes of land situated at Lunch
Consideration: £142 3s
Rent: £1 5s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/171  26 March 1759

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Pearse Eveleigh of Plympton St Mary, maltster
1)'s part of a close of land lying at Lunch
Consideration: £28
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 2s

LYDES TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/172  17 October 1776

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Lamacraft of Colebrook, blacksmith
Lydes tenement in the village of Colebrook
Consideration: £5 5s and erection of a dwelling house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/173  25 March 1820

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Lamacraft of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Messuage and blacksmith's shop called Lydes tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £14 pa

MARTINS FIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/174  25 March 1676

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Warring, son of John Warring of Ermington, gent.
Martins field, lying in Colebrook
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s
Endorsed with 2)'s memorandum of assignment of the lease to John Welch. Dated 20 November 1690

[no title]  69/M/4/175  20 May 1727

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Nolles of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Martins field
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

MEADS AND COLLINGS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/176  1 January 1680/1

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hele of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Meads tenement situated in Colebrook. Also a garden belonging to Collings tenements, also situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £24
Term: 99 years or two lives. Term to commence in Meads tenement from the death of Joane Mead. Term for Collings tenement to commence immediately
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: two best beasts or 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/177  25 March 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Croad of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Dwelling house, orchard and herb garden called Meads in Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £16 pa

MILL AND HIGHER STONE MEADOWS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/178  25 March 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Soper of Plympton St Mary, mason
Two fields called Mill meadow and Higher Stone meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/179  25 March 1836

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Soper of Plympton St Mary, mason
Two fields called Mill Meadow (adjoining Plympton St Mary Bridge) and Higher Stone meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of George Pridham re the letting of Farm Quarry to 2). Dated 18 March 1848

MILLERS FIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/180  25 March 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Mary Manley, widow, and the Reverend George Pearse Manley, clerk, her son, both of Cann Quarry
Millers Field situated near Marsh Mills
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/181  25 March 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Pearse the younger of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Millers Field situated near Marsh Mills
Term: seven years
Rent: £17 pa

NEWPARK ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/182  25 March 1751

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn the younger of Plympton St Mary, quarryman
Fields called Newpark, The Forty Acres and Luggars Park, part of a tenement called Burys Ground, situated near the village of Colebrook. Also the use, privilege and pasturage of a plot of waste ground called Butts, situated near Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £6/15 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/183  25 March 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Robert Abbot of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £7 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/184  25 March 1786

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Brooking Abbott of Plympton St Mary, glazier
Three fields called Newpark, Lucas's field and Little field and a piece of waste land called Butts, situated near Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £12/12 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/185  25 December 1814

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Brooking Abbott of Plympton St Mary, victualler
Newpark, part of Burys tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/185a  25 March 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Underhill of Plympton St Mary, victaller
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £14 pa

NICHOLLS GROUND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/186  2 December 1817

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Langmead of Elfordleigh, esquire Barn, outhouses and curtilage and fields called Meadow, Higher and Lower Barn Parks, Quarry Park, part of a tenement called Nicholls ground. Also a building called Crees Shiphay with orchard adjoining, a plot of ground called the Grove, a field called Cross Park and part of a field called Small Park
Term: 21 years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/187  20 July 1837

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Stephens of Heath, yeoman
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £36 pa
Endorsed with a list of measurements of closes in Nicholls Farm

[no title]  69/M/4/188  17 April 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Andrew Stephens of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Building formerly called Crees Shiphay with land adjoining called Nicholls farm or tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £36 pa
With assignment of lease attached dated 30 January 1864 between Andrew Stephens and William Stephens of Plympton St Maurice, cattle jobber

ORGANS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/189  15 February 1737/8

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Cowling of Plympton St Maurice, cordwainer
Organs tenement with adjoining herb garden situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £1 1s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Joan Brooking
Rent: £2 5s pa

ORGANS AND THE INCLOSURE, AND FETTERHALLS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/190  25 December 1797

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Dingle late of Staverton, labourer
Cottages with lands adjoining called Organs and the Inclosure, situated near Colebrook
Consideration: £10/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2/7/6d pa
Heriot: 2/6d
Endorsed with memorandum of surrender of lease by John Dingle dated 5 May 1848

[no title]  69/M/4/191  25 March 1797

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of lease
1) Edward Luscombe of Dittisham, gent.
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Two original leases both dated 15 February 1737 between George Parker and John Cowling
Cottages with lands adjoining called Organs and the Inclosure. Also Fetterhalls tenement. All situated near Colebrook
Consideration: Payment of an annuity of £14 to Edward Luscombe

OZIER PLOT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/192  25 March 1776

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Jenkins of Plymouth, basket maker Ozier plot near Woodford Mills bounded on the north by the road from Plymouth to Ivybridge
Term: 21 years
Rent £3/3s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/193  25 March 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Jenkins of Plymouth St Andrew, basketmaker
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £8 8s pa

PEARSES HOUSE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/194  8 February 1652/3

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Webber of Colebrook, hellier
Pearses house in Colebrook
Consideration: repair of the house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/195  20 January 1712/13

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Pote of Colebrook, weaver
Pearses house alias Webbers situated in Colebrook
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/196  25 March 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Treneman of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
Houses, herb garden and orchard in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £5 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s pa
Heriot: 4s

POUND HOUSE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/197  21 July 1629

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Jerome Vestment the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Pound house with the orchard belonging, situated at Colebrook. Also a close of land at Lunch called Lunch Park. Also a close of land at Backmoor called Lady Park
Rent: 22s 4d
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/198  2 February 1680/1

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Tylie of Plympton St Mary, tanner
Pound house with orchard adjoining, situated at Colebrook. Also a close of land called Linche Park lying at Linch in Colebrook
Consideration: £5
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s pa
Heriot: 5s
Endorsed with 2)'s memorandum of assignment of the lease to Thomas Slake. Dated 11 May 1687

[no title]  69/M/4/199  25 March 1740

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Tiley of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Pounds house with orchard adjoining situated in Colebrook. Also a field called Linch Park situated at Linch
Consideration: £45
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s 2d pa
Heriot: 5s

HIGHER PULLAMS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/200  28 March 1679

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Mumford of Colebrook, labourer
Two fields called the Two Higher Pullams lying on the backside of Colebrook
Consideration: £62 10s
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/201  1 August 1732

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Pote of Plympton St Mary, weaver
Two fields called Higher Pollands alias Pullams situated near Colebrook
Consideration: £62 10s
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

SCOBLES AND ORCHARDS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/202  6 April 1652

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Stephen Pearse of Woodford, yeoman Scobles tenement
Consideration: £237
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: best beast or £5

[no title]  69/M/4/203  31 December 1695

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Henry Blachford of Tamerton Foliot, butcher
Two fields called Scobles ground, one field called Scobles piece, with a meadow quillet, two orchards, a herb garden and the Old Walls, all reputed to be part of Scobles tenement. Also a field called Blendwill, two fields called Great Longacre and Little Longacre, one field called Broomfield, two fields called Orchards Meadows, two orchards, one herb garden and a dwelling house with bakehouse and curtilage, all reputed to be part of Orchard's tenement
Consideration: £332
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1/10
Heriot: best beast or £5

[no title]  69/M/4/204  27 February 1704/5

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Revell of Colebrook, mason, and Christopher Hodge the younger of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Scobles tenement situated near Colebrook. With the privilege of the lake situated on the higher side and all the dung or soil that may be taken up. Also all the alders and bushments that grow by the river on the Butside
Consideration: £31
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s 4d pa
Heriot: 10s 4d

[no title]  69/M/4/205  8 August 1732

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Lamacraft of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Property as above
Consideration: £52
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s 4d pa
Heriot: 10s 4d

[no title]  69/M/4/206  29 September 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called Scobles Ground, one piece called Scobles Piece. Also one quillet of land, two orchards, One herb garden and the Old Walls. All reputed to be part of Scobles tenement. Also fields called Blendwill, Long Acre and Little Long Acre, Broomfields, Orchards meadows, two orchards and one herb garden with premises belonging to the same, all reputed to be part of Orchards tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £34 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/207  28 December 1782

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hamlyn the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenements called Orchards and Scobles with fields called Orchards, Hatter piece, Blindwells, Great and Little Long Acre, Broomhill, Orchard, Two Meadows, Scobles Meadow, Scobles Prices, the Higher and Lower Field, Scobles Orchard and Orchard's Orchard
Term: 14 years
Rent: £42 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/208  25 March 1819

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Field of Plympton St Mary, labourer Orchard situated at Colebrook, part of Scobles tenement
Term: 14 years
Rent: £4/10 pa

TURPINS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/209  26 March 1698

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Newcombe the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Parcel of Turpins tenement situated on the north side of the highway from Plympton St Mary Church to Woodford Mills
Consideration: £101/6
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s and manorial dues
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/210  20 May 1735

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Sarah Austen of Plymouth, spinster
Part of Turpins tenement
Consideration: £101 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/211  2 February 1773

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Stevens of Colebrook, yeoman Turpins tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/212  25 March 1800

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Brooking Abbot of Plympton St Mary, glazier
Turpins tenement with two fields called New Park and Little Field, previously part of Burys tenement. Also a close of land called Strole
Term: seven years
Rent: £37 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/213  25 December 1806

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Brooking Abbot of Plympton St Mary, glazier
Messuage called Turpins Tenement, closes of land called Newpark and the Little Field previously part of Burys tenement and field called the Strole
Term: seven years
Rent: £52/ 10s pa

TYLEYS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/214  30 September 1791

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire, (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) Matthew Reed of Colebrook, yeoman
Tileys tenement situated at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £24 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/215  25 March 1813

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Lupton of Plympton St Mary, yeoman Tileys tenement at Colebrook
Term: seven years
Rent: £42 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/216  25 March 1819

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Bickle of Plympton St Mary, baker
Tileys tenement with two fields called Slade and Longpark parts of the tenements called Tileys, Beers and Brookings
Term: seven years
Rent: £52 10s pa

UNDERWOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/217  30 August 1722

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, woodcomber Toft, decayed house, orchard and garden situated in Underwood, and all Commons belonging to the same, bounded on the north part by the highway from Clapper Street towards Blaxton
Consideration: £7
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa
Heriot: 1s

[no title]  69/M/4/218  13 December 1758

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Linhay and curtilage with orchard and garden, situated in Underwood, bounded on the north by the highway leading from Clapper Street to Merafield Green
Consideration: £8 8s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa
Heriot: 1s

VESTMENTS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/219  25 March 1740

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Strong of Plympton St Mary, husbandman
Vestments tenement with a field called Bowhill and part of a field called Slade. All situated near Colebrook
Consideration: £37 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 1s

[no title]  69/M/4/220  29 December 1792

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdown (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Francis Hort)
2) John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardian and trustee of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) John Lamacraft of Colebrook, blacksmith
Vestments tenement situated near Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £8/10 pa

WAYPARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/221  26 December 1675

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Oates, junior of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Field called Waypark in Colebrook
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: £1
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/222  6 November 1715

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Constance Tiley of Plympton St Mary, spinster
Field called Waypark situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £30
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/223  24 June 1760

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Grigg of Plymouth, tailor
Field called Waypark situated in Colebrook
Consideration: £42
Rent: 10s
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/224  16 August 1784

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Bone of Plymouth, tailor
Field called Waypark in Colebrook of Boringdon and Colebrook, Plympton St Mary, two acres
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 24 June 1760 between John Parker and John Grigg
£12/10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/225  11 October 1798

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Mary Bone of Lipson, widow, and Samuel Attwood of St Budeaux, yeoman
2) John Hooper of Morval, Cornwall, yeoman
3) John Kingwell of Plymouth, miller
Original leases dated 16 August 1784 between Lord Boringdon and John Bone
Field called Waypark situated in Colebrook. Also Polland orchard, previously a field called Polland Marsh
Consideration: £140 paid to 2) by 3)
5s each paid to 1) by 3)
Term: remainder of several terms of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/226  18 March 1799

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Hooper of Morval, yeoman and Mary his wife
2) James White of Plymouth, mercer
3) John Kingwell of Plymouth, miller
Further to as assignment dated 11 October 1798 between Mary Bone and Samuel Atwood of the first part, John Hooper of the second part and John Kingwell of the third part
Property as above
Consideration: £70 being part of £140 purchase money paid to John Hooper

WHITAKERS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/227  14 March 1663/4

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Nichole Rowe of Woodford, widow
Original lease dated 26 March 1648 between 1) and 2)
Whitakers tenement
Consideration: Surrender of original lease £60
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/228  1 April 1664

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Nichole Rowe of Woodford, widow
2) Thomas Cole of Wixenford, yeoman, and John Avent the elder of Ford, yeoman
Original lease dated 14 March 1663/4 between Edmund Parker and Nichole Rowe
Whitakers tenement
Consideration: Marriage of Walter Rowe and Mary Cole
£150 paid by Johane Cole to Walter Rowe
Term: remainder of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/229  21 August 1700

Contents:
Surrender of lease
1) Mary Rowe, widow of Walter Rowe late of Woodford, yeoman, Thomas Rowe his son, heir and sole administrator, Thomas Cole of Wixenford, yeoman, executor of the will of Thomas Cole his late father, John Avent of Plympton St Mary, yeoman, executor of the will of John Avent his late father
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 14 March 1664 between Edmund Parker and Nichole Rowe
Whitakers tenement, Woodford
Consideration: lease of the said tenements for 99 years or three lives to be delivered before 30 August
5s paid by 2) to 1)

[no title]  69/M/4/230  27 August 1700

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Mary Rowe of Woodford, widow
Field called Longpark situated near Woodford Cross, fields called Cross Park, Barn Park. Also two meadows, Three orchards, three herb gardens and premises, all situated on the south side of the highway from Rudgway to Plymbridge, near the village of Underwood, being part of Whitakers tenement
Consideration: Surrender of lease of 14 March 1664
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 20s pa
Heriot: best beast or 40s

[no title]  69/M/4/231  4 July 1720

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Parker son of 1)
Property as above. Also a field called Menapark
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 22s pa
Heriot: best beast or 40s

WOODFORD CROSS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/232  28 November 1616

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Henry Rowe of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Three closes of land lying near Woodford Cross, on the west of a way leading from the said cross to the marshes in the sands
Consideration: £35
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Marie Stondon
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/233  2 May 1629

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomas Rowe of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Consideration: £8 10s and surrender of former lease
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/234  26 March 1698

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Rowe the elder of Woodford, yeoman
Two fields called Standons ground situated near
Woodford Cross
Consideration: £41 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/235  13 February 1765

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Perrot of Plympton St Mary, miller
A field bounded on the west by the lane leading to Woodford Cross
Consideration: £22 1s
Rent: 3s pa

WOODFORD DOWNS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/236  16 August 1786

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Hamlyn the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called Woodford Downs situated at Woodford
Term: 11 years
Rent: £28 pa

WOODFORD DOWNS, HIGHER WOODFORD AND FOSTERS WOODFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/237  25 March 1797

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Robert Hole of Plymouth, butcher
Two fields called Woodford Downs with a tenement called Higher Woodford with garden and orchard adjoining. Also fields called Benetts Down, Bickham Park, Out Meadow, Barn Park, Benetts Meadow, Higher Will Park, Lower Will Park and Home Meadow. Also a tenement called Fosters Woodford and fields called Cramphole Meadow, Menapark, Footlanes, Kitchen Park, and Moor Park
Term: 14 years
Rent: £210 pa

WOODFORD FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/238  25 March 1789

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians of the estate of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) Isaac Dewdney of Silferton, yeoman
Tenement and farm called Woodford Farm with fields called the Home field, Northern and Southern Kiln Ball, Farm Meadow, Pond Park, Little Larkham, Oak Park, Long Park, Higher and Lower Forty Acres, Shire Wood, Forehills, Thirteen Acres, Eleven Acres, Eight Acres, Higher and Lower Stevens Down, Furze Park and the lowest Plym Bridge Marsh. Also two marshes called Higher and Road Marsh
Term: 5 years
Rent: £400 pa
Enclosed is a memorandum of equal date giving Lord Boringdon's agreement to confirm the lease on his coming of age

[no title]  69/M/4/239  29 September 1793

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: nine years
Rent: £410 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/240  29 September 1801

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: 12 years
Rent: £480 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/241  29 May 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Manly Cork of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Woodford Farm
Term: seven years
Rent: £344 pa

WOODFORD MILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/242  30 December 1622

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomas Ham of Plympton Earl, fuller
Tucking mill and the Under room, adjoining Woodford Mills
Term: 99 years or two lives
Consideration: £20
Rent: 4s pa
Endorsed with memorandum of assignment of lease by Thomas Ham to Anthony Ham. dated 20 April 1655
Also memorandum of assignment of interest in lease by Anthony Ham to Edmund Parker. Dated 8 July 1668

[no title]  69/M/4/243  25 December 1744

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Alexander Warn of Plympton St Mary, miller
Three water grist mills called Woodford Mills with mill leat belonging to the same. Also two pieces of ground called the Millgreen adjoining the said Mills. Also a little orchard and garden lying on the other side of the highway opposite to the Mill door. Also plot of ground lying near Newbridge called Old Janes
Piece. Also close of ground called the Great Stert
Term: seven years
Rent: £29 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/244  25 March 1752

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Wyatt of Plympton St Mary, miller
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/245  14 March 1754

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joseph Matthews of Stoke Damerel, miller
Property as above.
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa
Enclosed is a letter addressed to John Parker containing a copy of some of the covenants from the lease

[no title]  69/M/4/246  25 March 1761

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Alexander Warn of Plympton St Mary, miller
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/247  6 June 1761

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Alexander Warn of Plympton St Mary, miller
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/248  8 August 1766

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Warn of Stonehouse, ropemaker
Property as above
Consideration: surrender of a lease dated 6th
June 1861
Term: 14 years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/249  19 November 1778

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Collard of Tavistock, miller
Grist Mills called Woodford alias Marsh Mills with fields called Great and Little Steart and the Plot
Term: seven years
Rent: £110 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/250  25 March 1785

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Rider of Torbryan, miller
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £100 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/251  26 June 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Marsh of Bridport, gent.
Property as above. Also a field called Middle
Marsh
Term: 14 years
Rent: £200 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/252  29 September 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Marsh and Henry Marsh of Plympton St Mary, millers
Grist Mills called Woodford alias Marsh Mills with fields called Great Steart, Little Steart and the Plot. Also a marsh called Mays Marsh
Term: 14 years
Rent: £250 pa
£30 pa for Mays Marsh

[no title]  69/M/4/253  17 May 1840

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Shilson of Plympton St Mary, miller Dwelling house with curtilage and one close of land called Little Steart adjoining, parcel of a tenement called Marsh Mills. Also piece of land nearly opposite the dwelling house on the south side of the Turnpike road leading from Longbridge to Plympton St Mary. Also part of the flour mills called Marsh Mills together with occupation of a railway from Marsh Mills to its junction with the road from Cann Quarry to the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, with use of 2/3rds parts of the mill leat flowing from the end of the canal at the southern end of Woodford Wood to Marsh Mills
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 29th September 1832
Term: 18 years
Rent: £155 pa
With coloured plan of part of the mills

[no title]  69/M/4/254  17 May 1840

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Alsop of Plymouth, earthenware manufacturer
Piece of land, part of a larger close of land in the possession of Richard Shilson, miller, nearly opposite the dwelling house on the south side of the Turnpike road leading from Longbridge to Plympton St Mary, with liberty to construct a kiln. Also part of the flour mills called Marsh Mills together with occupation of a railway from Marsh Mills to its junction with the road from Cann Quarry to the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, with use of 1/3rd part of the mill leat flowing from the end of the canal at the southern end of Woodford Wood to Marsh Mills
Term: 18 years
Rent: £65 pa
With coloured plan of part of the mills.
Enclosed is a draft agreement dated 9 July 1840 between Richard Shilson and William Alsop concerning use of the mill leat. Also enclosed are seven letters concerning the mills: agreement for lease, 1840; blunder in ordering mill stone, 1844; entrance of Daw and Serpell into possession of Marsh Mills, 1858. Also William Alsop's note of machinery to be retained, 1858

[no title]  69/M/4/255  29 January 1845

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Frean of Plymouth, merchant and George Daw of Plympton St Mary, miller
Dwelling house with curtilage and one close of land called Little Steart adjoining, parcel of a tenement called Marsh Mills. Also piece of land nearly opposite the dwelling house on the south side of the Turnpike road leading from Longbridge to Plympton St Mary. Also all of the flour mills called Marsh Mills, a dwelling house with garden adjoining and two fields called Higher and Lower Steart situated near Marsh Mills. Also occupation of a railway from Marsh Mills to its junction with the road from Cann Quarry to the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, with use of 2/3rds parts of the mill leat flowing from the end of the canal at the southern end of Woodford Wood to Marsh Mills
Term: 13 3/4 years
Rent: £167 pa

YARN PARKS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/256  13 September 1728

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Simon Brooking of Plympton St Mary, clothier
Yarn Parks tenement
Consideration: £121 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 3s 8d pa
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/4/257  25 March 1795

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Bidcook of Plymouth, bricklayer
Yarn Parks tenement
Term: three years
Rent: £19/19 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/258  1 May 1801

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Triscott of Plympton St Mary, mason Pound house and garden in Colebrook, part of a tenement called Yarn Park, bounded on the east by the road from Colebrook to Boringdon
Consideration: £1 1s and construction of three dwelling houses
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16s 6d
Heriot: £1 13s

[no title]  69/M/4/259  25 March 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Matthews of Plymouth, carter
House and garden at Colebrook, part of Yarn Park tenement, bounded on east by the King's Highway from Colebrook to Boringdon
Consideration: Surrender of a lease dated 1 May [missing] between Lord Boringdon and Thomas Triscott
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16/6d per year
Heriot: £1/13

[no title]  69/M/4/260  25 March 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Luke Davis of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Houses with gardens at Colebrook bounded on east by the Kings' Highway from Colebrook to Boringdon
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 25 March 1811 between Lord Boringdon and John Matthews
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16/6d
Heriot: £1/13

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/261  28 November 1616

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) John Vellacot of Plympton St Mary, husbandman and labourer
Tenement with piece of land called Butt Cross
Consideration: £14
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Marie Stondon
Rent: 10s 4d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/262  10 March 1653/4

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, Esq.,
2) William Warring of Colebrook, yeoman
Parcel of land called Barries Commons with close adjoining, both of which lie at Brockhole
Consideration: £8
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/263  4 May 1661

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Warringe of Colebrook, gent.
One herb garden, one orchards and one close of land lying in the west part of the same, and one close of land called Yearn Park
Consideration: £80
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Thomas Oates the elder
Rent: 23s 8d
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  69/M/4/264  3 September 1668

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Philip Turpin of Plymouth, surgeon
Original lease dated 24 July 1647 between 1) and Richard Turpin
Coles tenement and a willow plot situated on the north side of the highway from Plympton St Mary Church to Woodford Mills.
Consideration: purchase of the estate and surrender of previous lease £5
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 40s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/265  1 May 1740

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Cowling of Plympton St Maurice, cordwainer
Close of land called Butsides Park situated in Underwood
Fine: £43 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s 8d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/266  25 March 1745

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Walker of Plympton St Maurice, yeoman Collings tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £15 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/267  3 May 1770

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Two fields called Stone bounded on the west by Larkham Lane. Also a field called Fosters Field adjoining on the east
Consideration: £170
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1/3 pa
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  69/M/4/268  25 March 1772

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Pearse Eveleigh of Plympton St Mary, maltster
Close of land in Lunch
Consideration: £12/12s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6/6d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/269  25 March 1792

Contents:
Lease
1) Most Hon. William, Marquis of Lansdowne (surviving trustee named in a settlement dated 19 November 1763 made on the marriage of John Parker and Frances Hort)
2) Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
3) Elias Ford of Plympton St Mary, butcher Fields called Brookings Park, the Nursery, Higher and Lower Longlands, Hedge Park and the orchard
Term: 14 years
Rent: £33/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/270  29 September 1793

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Ryder of Plympton St Mary, miller
Three fields called Middle Marsh, Brickfield and Brickyard Paddock
Term: seven years
Rent: £44 pa
Enclosed is an agreement between 1) Samuel Willing and 2) Lord Boringdon and Henry Barne for 1)'s letting of part of the property. Undated

[no title]  69/M/4/271  29 September 1795

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon, esquire
2) John Warn of Egg Buckland, miller
House and herb garden called Toopes situated at Colebrook, bounded on the east by the highway from Plympton St Mary Bridge to Shaugh
Consideration: £7/7
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2/6d pa
Heriot: 2/6d

[no title]  69/M/4/272  24 June 1796

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Jenkins of Plymouth St Andrew, basket maker
Plot of land bounded on the north, east and south by the mill leat leading from Cann Quarry to Woodford Mills and on the west by the road from Newbridge to Plymbridge, to be converted into an ozier ground
Term: 14 years
Rent: £3 3s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/273  25 March 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Lamacraft of Plympton St Mary, blacksmith
Two fields called Pollands alias Pullands situated near Colebrook
Term: 14 years
Rent: £12 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/274  25 March 1799

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Watson of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Field called Warrene
Term: 10 years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/275  29 September 1800

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Joseph Anthony and John Harvey of Brixton, yeomen
Two fields called Great or Salt Marsh and the Gore
Term: 12½ years
Rent: £120 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/276  29 September 1804

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Adams of Pennycross, yeoman
Tenements called Rowes and Benetts, Forsters Woodford and Woodford Downs. Also a field called the Gore, part of a tenement called Plymbridge Grounds
Of Plympton St Mary
Term: 10 years
Nine years for the Gore
Rent: £225 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/277  29 September 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Lupton of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Linhay and three fields called Bickfords Stone grounds
Term: 14 years
Rent: £34 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/278  25 March 1818

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nicholas Luscombe of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Meadow called Scobles or Butts meadow and a close of land called Baggleholes, situated near Colebrook
Term: 7¼ years
Rent: £11 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/279  25 December 1818

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Croad of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Barn, orchard and two fields called Futterells orchard, Little Field and Polland meadow
Term: 7¼ years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/280  25 March 1819

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Putt of Plympton St Mary, builder
Barn, linhay, curtilage and orchard called Lynch
Also four closes of land called Barn Park, Griggs Field, Woodford Cross Field and Corner Field.
Also all that Linhay and three fields called Bickfords Stone Ground. Also a field called Crackeridge, part of Beers and Brookings tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £73 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/281  12 May 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Anderson of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Lynch, with orchard and four closes of land called Barn Park, Griggs field, Three Corners field and Lynch meadow situated near Colebrook
Term: six years
Rent: £38 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/282  25 March 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Pearse of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Stone tenement. Also fields called Higher and Lower
Six Acres, Outer and Inner Three acres, Barn Park, Priors Park and three fields called Bickfords Stone Grounds
Term: seven years
Rent: £96 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/283  20 March 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Deacon of Devonport, basket maker
Parcel of ground intended for an ozier or willow plot, bounded on the north by the Turnpike Road leading from Ridgeway to Plymouth and on the south by the River Tory
Term: 14 years
Rent: £9 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/284  11 April 1853

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Amanda Henrietta Butcher of East Stonehouse, widow
Piece of ground, parcel of closes called Lynch meadow and Barn Park numbered 1812 and 1814 on the Plympton St Mary tithe apportionment
With agreement for construction of an Inn
Term: 99 years
Rent: £5/4s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/285  18 June 1867

Contents:
Counterpart Leases
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Roach of Plymouth, builder
Supplemental to an agreement dated 24 August 1865 between Samuel Roach and James Soper of the 1st part and Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley of the second part
Piece of land previously part of two fields called Lynch Meadow and Barn Park, numbered 1812 and 1814 on the Plympton St Mary tithe apportionment. The land to be used for the erection of a dwelling house intended to be numbered 8 Boringdon Villas
Term: 99 years
Rent: £5 pa

MULTIPLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/286  25 March 1797

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Robert Hole of Plymouth, butcher
Two fields called Woodford Downs. Also a tenement called Higher Woodford Garden and Orchard adjoining with fields called Benetts Down, Bickham Park, Out Meadow, Barn Park, Benetts Meadow, Higher and Lower Will Parks and [Home Meadow]. Also a tenement called Fosters Woodford with fields called Cramphole Meadow, Menapark, Footlands, Kitchen Park and Moor Park
Term: 14 years for Woodford Downs and Higher Woodford
11 years for Fosters Woodford
Rent: £210 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/287  25 March 1811

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Pote of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenements called Blatchfords, Woodford, Orchards, Scobles and Lower Living. Also a field called Shepherds Preswells. Also a field called Slade, part of a tenement called Preswells and Slade
Term: 10½ years
Seven years for Slade
Rent: £238 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/288  25 March 1811

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Boringdon
2) Elisha Gullett of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Lower Elfordleigh. Also three closes of land, part of Nicholls tenement, called Meadow, Barn Park and Quarry Park. Also three fields called Brockhole, Middle Cross Park and Lower Cross Park, being part of several tenements called Leetons, Walkers and Oates. Also three fields, part of tenements of Bennecliff, Joshua James's, Walkers and Fetterhalls, called Snapes, Slades, Brockhole, Headlands and Higher Cross Park
Terms: two terms of 13 & 14 years
Rent: £140 pa for 1st four years
£150 pa thereafter

[no title]  69/M/4/289  29 September 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Robert Maddick of Colebrook, husbandman
Part of Crossman's tenement, lying on the west side of a road leading through the village of Colebrook
Term: 9½ years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/290  25 March 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Jane Pote of Plympton St Mary, widow
Tenements called Orchards Scobles and Lower Woodford with field called Slade. Also part of Turpins tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £214 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/291  17 April 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Pote of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Farm called Lower Woodford and parts of Orchards and Scobles tenements with a field called Slade and a tenement called Turpins
Term: 14 years
Rent: £212 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum by George Pridham concerning renewal of the term. Dated 9 July 1862

CHARLETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/292  24 June 1754

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Grills of East Allington, yeoman
Messuage called Sampson's Stones alias Taverners, being in the west town of Charleton
Consideration: £106 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £3/10s pa and manorial dues
Heriot: best beast or £3

[no title]  69/M/4/293  29 September 1770

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Philip Camp of Charleton, labourer
Cottage and two herb gardens at Knowle, Charleton
Consideration: £7 7s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/294  27 November 1776

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Pepperell of West Alvington, husbandman
Cottage and herb gardens at Raddaford, adjoining the highway leading from the four Crossways towards Frogmore
Consideration: £17/17s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s/8d pa
Heriot: 3s

[no title]  69/M/4/295  1 September 1786

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Helmer of Charleton, gent.
Messuage called Stomings tenement, being in the East Town of Charleton
Consideration: £330
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa and manorial dues
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/296  9 December 1789

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) The Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, London and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving trustees named in a Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776)
2) Christopher Jeffery of Stokenham, fisherman Tuckers tenement alias Winchelsie's, being in the Wester Town of Charleton
Consideration: £210
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s pa and manorial dues
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/297  9 December 1789

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) The Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, London and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving trustees named in a Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776)
2) Philip Camp of Charleton, labourer Cottage and herb garden called Tuckers Cottage, being in Easter Town of Charleton
Consideration: £12 12s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/298  8 June 1790

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) The Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, London and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving trustees named in a Lease and Release dated 13 & 14 September 1776)
2) John Scobell Paige of Charleton, gent.
Cleve House tenement,
Consideration: £367 10s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on death of Hannah Blank
Rent: 13s pa
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  69/M/4/299  25 March 1804

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Boon of Charleton, labourer Janes's cottage with garden behind, bounded on the south by the highway leading through the village of Charleton
Consideration: £15/5
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6/5½d
Heriot: 12/11d

[no title]  69/M/4/300  25 March 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Ince of Stoke Damerel, shipwright
Angels cottage, Frogmore
Consideration: surrender of lease of the same premises dated 24 June 1804
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 6s pa
Heriot: 12s

[no title]  69/M/4/301  25 March 1814

Contents:
Surrender and Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Chaffen of Charleton, yeoman
3) Peter Lakeman of Dodbrooke, yeoman
Original lease dated 24 December 1809 between 1) and 2)
Field called Balkham Hill, part of Wakehams tenement. With agreement to construct a cottage house and lime kiln within three years
Consideration: Payment of annuity of £10/10 to 2) for remainder of term
Term: 21 years
Rent: £25 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/302  25 December 1816

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Tucker of Stokenham and James Hobbs of Charleton, masons
Three dwelling houses formerly part of Stones, bounded on the south by the highway through the village of Charleton
Consideration: Surrender by 2) of lease dated 25 March 1804
£10/16/8
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10/10d pa
Heriot: £1/1/8

[no title]  69/M/4/303  9 May 1819

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Hutchings of Charleton, yeoman
Middle Charleton
Term: 10 years
Rent: £200 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/304  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Palfrey of Charleton, yeoman
Tenement called Winchelses, two fields which are part of a tenement called Cole's and Helmers orchard Also a barn linhay and seven closes of land called Warehams and two fields called Higher and Lower Friscombes
Term: six years
Rent: £100 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/305  24 June 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Smith of Charleton, yeoman
Tenement called East Charleton
Term: seven years
Rent: £115 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/306  24 June 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Smith of Charleton, yeoman
Tenement called West Charleton and fields called Cross Park and Lower Barn Park formerly part of Wakehams tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £110 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/307  24 June 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nicholas Manning of Charleton, yeoman
Luke's or Home tenement with premises adjoining called Cole's and two closes of land called Gallon bower and Higher Creber being part of the premises called Cole's. Also Blank's Orchard. Also closes of land called Middle Downs part of a tenement called South Charleton
Term: seven years
Rent: £145 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/308  24 June 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Hobbs of Charleton, mason
Tenements called Pearses tenement. Also three closes of land called Tozers
Term: seven years
Rent: £73/10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/309  25 December 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Rogers of Charleton, carpenter Torrings cottage
Term: seven years
Rent: £7/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/310  29 May 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Hutchings of Charleton, yeoman
Tenement called Middle Charleton
Term: seven years
Rent: £230 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/311  18 September 1830

Contents:
Surrender of Lease
1) Lewis Michael Tucker of Slapton and John Brown Paige of Totnes, gents.
2) Charles Paige of Rimpston, gent.
3) John Paige of Dartmouth, surgeon, Thomas Paige of Rimpston, gent., and Mary Paige of Rimpston, spinster
4) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 8 June 1790 between The Hon Frederick Robinson and John Ley of one part and John Scobell Paige of the other part Cleve House tenement
Consideration: £510 paid by 4) to 2)
10s each paid by 4) to 1) and 3)

[no title]  69/M/4/312  5 May 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Jacob Finch of Charleton, yeoman Cleave House tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £75 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/313  5 May 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Elliott of Charleton, yeoman
Luke's or Home tenement with premises adjoining called Cole's and two closes of land called Gallon bower and Higher Creber being part of the premises called Cole's. Also Blank's Orchard. Also closes of land called Middle Downs part of a tenement called South Charleton. Also three fields called Middle Downs
Term: seven years
Rent: £190 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/314  5 May 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Hobbs of Charleton, mason
Tenements called Pearses tenement. Also three closes of land called Tozers. Also cottage with garden called Angels Cottage
Term: seven years
Rent: £85 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/315  24 June 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Arthur Helmer of Charleton, yeoman
Tenements called Stonings tenement
Term: six ¾ years
Rent: £60 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/316  25 December 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Elizabeth Phillips of Charleton, widow
The New Inn with orchard adjoining called Cookery's Orchard
Term: five years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/317  2 February 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nathaniel Prettejohn the younger of Stokenham, yeoman
Court Barton with closes of land called The Ridge, North and South Goosewells, North and South Quarry Park, Long, Higher and Lower Church Parks, Higher and Lower Tuckermans Point, Higher and lower Henwell, Winchelses Park, Little and Great Shaldon, Middle Park, Great and Little Hams End, Higher and Lower Mill Field, Hilly and Hilly meadow and the Orchard adjoining the Dwelling house Charleton Marsh and Brook's Cottage. Also two lime kilns thereto belonging
Term: seven years
Rent: £380 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/318  25 March 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Stephen Lapthorne of Charleton
The New Inn with orchard adjoining called Cookery's Orchard
Term: three years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/319  25 March 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Palfrey of Charleton, yeoman
Tenement called Hewitts together with the Orchard Nursery, Hewitts Park and Meadow. Also several fiends called Long Balkham, Smith's meadow, Stones meadow, Balkham meadow, Luke's Little Balkham and Knowling's Bastard's and Bampfeild Balkham, Luke's Higher Balkham, Crances and Luke's Balkham, Brook meadow, Higher and Brook Fields, Brook Hill and Orchard and Middle Brook Field. Also Brooks Orchard
Term: seven years
Rent: £110 pa

COLEHANGER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/320  14 June 1718

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Michol Tozer of East Allington, widow
Dwelling house, curtilage, herb garden and close of land called Tounge Parke situated at Longcross alias Coles Cross
Consideration: £6 and surrender of leases bearing dates 18 September 1667, 8th August 1664 and 27 August 1660
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s
Heriot: 2s

COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/321  7 February 1728

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Collings of Coleridge, gent.
Smythouse tenement
Consideration: £76 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 11s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/322  12 May 1729

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Harris of Coleridge, yeoman
Fields called Darts Ten Acres
Consideration: £41 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: £1 13s 4d

[no title]  69/M/4/323  13 February 1732

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Collings of Burch, yeoman
Tenement called Merafield
Consideration: £146 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 8s pa
Heriot: best beast or £3

[no title]  69/M/4/324  13 February 1732

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Collings of Coleridge, yeoman
Field called Longpark, part of East-Cross tenement
Consideration: £15
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/325  25 August 1746

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Augustine Raymont of Coleridge, butcher
Millallers tenement
Consideration: £22 and surrender of lease dated 11 July 1728 between George Parker and 2)
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 7s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/326  1 May 1755

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Augustine Raymont of Coleridge, butcher
Millallers tenement
Consideration: £16
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the deaths of 2) and John Raymont his son
Rent: 7s pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/327  24 January 1770

Contents:
Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Plympton St Mary, esquire
2) John Wreford of Nymet Rowland, yeoman
Clatworthys tenement
Consideration: £230
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2 19s pa
Heriot: best beast or £3

MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/328  25 March 1811

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Roger Lavers of Diptford, yeoman
Tenements called East and West Harnamoores Morley
Term: 10 years
Rent: £46 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/329  25 March 1811

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Mitchelmore the elder, of Morley, yeoman
Three closes of land and a meadow being part of a tenement called Tippetts. Also Martins house with a stable and meadow and another meadow called Blanks.
Also two fields called East Whiteparks and a tenement called Stone
Term: 10 years
Rent: £114 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/330  25 March 1818

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Prinn of Morley, victualler
Part of Tippetts tenement, Martins House, Blanks Meadow, East White Parks
Term: six years
Rent: £50 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/330a  8 July 1846

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Shillabear of Morley, yeoman
Barn, linhay and fields called Stone
Term: 14 years
Rent: £45 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/331  24 December 1853

Contents:
Draft covenant to produce title deeds
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) The Reverend Henry Hare of Curtisknowle, clerk
Deeds for land in the manor of Morleigh and properties in Morley, covering the period 1779 to 1842
Enclosed is a letter from 2) to George Pridham concerning the covenant, dated 12 April 1865

NORDEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/332  14 June 1763

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Roger Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent.
Hayman's Meadow adjoining Nordon Orchard
Consideration: £71 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 16s

[no title]  69/M/4/333  14 June 1763

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon
2) Roger Prideaux of Kingsbridge, gent.
Two closes of barton land called Nordon Parks with meadow adjoining and a close called Saunder's Close
Consideration: £212 2s
Rent: £1 17s 4d
Heriot: 40s

NORTH MOLTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/334  1 October 1578

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Philip Loocke and Rychorde his wife
Tenement in Hunstone
Consideration: £50
Term: 80 years or two lives
Rent: 7s 3d pa
Heriot: best beast

PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

BICKHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/335  12 May

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Nicholas Brooking of Plympton St Mary, woolcomber
3/8th parts of a tenement called Lower Bickham alias Perrymans Bickham. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood. Also common of turbary and turfes or moor wood
Consideration: £132 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 7½d pa
Heriot: 15s

[no title]  69/M/4/336  11 February 1737/8

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Bennett of Plymouth, tailor
Closes of land called Barnpark, Bickham Down, the New garden, the Lower Down, the Higher Down, the North Down and adjacent meadow, Lakepark, ½ of Culver Meadow and three orchards, parts of Higher Bickham tenement. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood. With 7/8ths part of coppice in Earls Wood
Consideration: £300
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 22s pa
Heriot: 40s

CASTLE DITCHES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/337  29 April 1728

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, lord of 1/8th part and ¼ part of the manor of Plympton
2) William Richards of Plympton St Maurice, butcher 1/8th part of a parcel of land called of Castle Ditches. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and common of turbary, and turfes or moor wood
Consideration: £1 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5d pa
Heriot: 1s 3d

[no title]  69/M/4/338  29 December 1792

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving guardian of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) John Palmer of Plympton St Maurice, esquire
Property as above.
Consideration: £2 2s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5d pa
Heriot: 1s 3d

[no title]  69/M/4/339  March 1810

Contents:
Surrender of Lease
1) Thomas Hugo (rest illegible)
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Saltram
Original lease dated 29 December 1792 between John Ley and John Palmer
Property as above.
Consideration: £20

[no title]  69/M/4/340  5 March 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Goodman of Plympton Maurice, labourer
Stable built on Castle Ditches with piece of ground lying to the west of the building with liberty to erect a dwelling house
Term: 40 years
Rent: 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/341  29 May 1854

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joshua Brooking Rowe of Plymouth, bookseller
Parcel of ground, part of The Castle Ditches
Term: 60 years
Rent: 10s 6d pa
Endorsed with a note of surrender dated 25 October 1856

DORSMOUTH HILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/342  29 September 1747

Contents:
Counterpart Lease [partial]
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
¼ part of of Dorsmouth Hills. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood
Consideration: £71 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3s 4d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/343  25 December 1836

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Benjamin Dyer of Plympton St Maurice, baker Dorsmouth Hill orchard situated near the town of Plympton
Term: 10 years
Rent: £5 5s pa

ELBURTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/344  29 September 1733

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hellyer of Plympton St Mary, woolcomber 1/8th part of Trescols house and orchard in Elburton
Consideration: 50s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4½d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/345  27 November 1735

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Abraham Watts of Elburton, yeoman
1/8th part of Clark's house in Elburton
Consideration: £1 17s 6d
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1½d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/346  25 March 1740

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Candish of Plymstock, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing of land with four acres of barton land lying in Elburton. Also 3/8ths of a parcel of coppice wood in Earls wood. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £25
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 10d farthing
Heriot: 2s 6d

[no title]  69/M/4/347  24 June 1754

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Damaris Watts of Plymstock, spinster
1/8th part of a field called Pollexpark situated near Elburton
Consideration: £10 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 2s 6d

[no title]  69/M/4/348  3 February 1755

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Gubbins of Plymstock, husbandman
1/8th part of Trescots tenement situated in Elburton
Consideration: £4 4s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4½d
Heriot: 12d

[no title]  69/M/4/349  14 February 1761

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) James Algar of Elburton, yeoman
1/8th part of a tenement and ½ farthing in Elburton. Together with common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turf or moor wood
Consideration: £28
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 1¼d pa
Heriot: 5s

ELLACOMBE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/350  13 January 1723/4

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Veall of Plympton St Mary, mason
7/8th parts of a tenement and farthing of land in Ellacombe. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood. Also common of turbary and turfs or moorwood
Consideration: £290
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 18s 5d three farthings
Heriot: 35s

[no title]  69/M/4/351  28 August 1725

Contents:
Copy assignment of lease
1) William Veal of Plympton St Mary, mason
2) Austice Dowrich of Plymouth, widow
Original leases dated 29 September 1700 and 13 January 1723 between Sir Richard Vyvyan and Philip Westlake and 13 January 1723 between George Parker and 1)
1/8th part and the other 7/8th parts of a tenement and farthing of land in Ellacombe. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turfes or moor wood
Consideration: £120
Term: residue of several terms of 99 years
Rent: 18s 5d
Heriot: 35s

[no title]  69/M/4/352  24 June 1771

Contents:
Assignment of lease, and counterpart
1) William Veall of Plymouth, stone cutter
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 13 January 1723 between George Parker and William Veall
7/8th of a tenement and farthing of land in Ellacombe and common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turf or moor wood
Consideration: 5s and payment of annuity of £23 to 1) for the term of his natural life
Term: residue of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/353  25 March 1786

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Jeremiah Triscott of Plympton St Mary, mason
Tenement called Ellacombe and fields called Hillpark, Cutley meadow with the orchard and herb garden. Also fields called the Higher and Lower Marsh Fields
Term: seven years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/354  25 March 1792

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) The Hon. Frederick Robinson of Whitehall, Westminster, and John Ley of Trehill, esquire (guardians and trustees of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) John Kingdon of Plympton St Mary, butcher Fields called Hillpark, Cutley meadow with the orchard and herb garden, lately part of Ellacombe tenement. Also fields called Higher and Lower Marshfields and Allacombe
Term: seven years
Rent: £25 pa

ELLACOMBE AND MERAFIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/355  25 March 1790

Contents:
Lease
1) John Yolland of Saltram, agent for the executors of the late Lord Boringdon
2) Eliezer Steart of Plymstock, timber merchant Fields called Heathfield, Shillings, Berners field, Friars Park, Broad Park, Ellacombe Park, Great Paswe leas, Well Park, Higher and Lower Northlake, all being part of two tenements called Merafield and Ellacombe
Term: 3½ years
Rent: £105 pa

FLOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/356  29 September 1739

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Hester Gaude of Brixton, widow
1/8th part of a field called Flood situated near Elburton.
Consideration: £6
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7½ d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/357  8 November 1782

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Eliezar Steart of Plymstock, carpenter
Property as above
Consideration: £10 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7½ pa

GREAT PASCOLEAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/358  29 September 1793

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8 part of four fields called Great Pascoleas, Well Park, Higher and Lower North lakes. Also 1/8 part of two fields called Windmills
Term: seven years for the four fields
14 years for Windmills
Rent: £49 pa for the four fields
£3 3s pa for Windmills

[no title]  69/M/4/359  29 September 1795

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Four fields called Great Pascoleas, Wellpark, Higher and Lower Northlake
Consideration: £88 10s and assignment of even date made between 2), Richard Honey the elder and 1)
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: As given in a lease dated 13 August 1781 between John Parker and Richard Honey the elder

HARDWICK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/360  22 August 1721

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Avent of Hareston, Brixton, gent, and Audryan Avent his wife
Moiety, 1/8th part and ¼ part of seven closes of land called South West Heathfields. Also ¼ part of Long Meadow
Term: two terms of 80 years
Rent: 21d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/361  25 March 1748

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Skinner of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Barton and farm called Hardwick. Also the manor pound or pinfold for cattle with privilege of the said pound. Also coppice wood belonging to the barton
Term: 21 years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/362  30 January 1758

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Anna Maria Sparke and Sarah Sparke, both of Chaddlewood, spinsters, grandaughters, next of kin and administratries of the goods etc of Edward Sparke, deceased
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Original lease dated 24 June 1738 between George Parker and Edward Sparke
1/8th part of five closes of barton land called Kill meadow, Longpark, Hampark, Crookneys and the Grove.
With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood
Consideration: £30
Term: residue of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/363  29 September 1801

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Worth of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Hardwick with fields called Crosspark, Broadpark, Great Woodpark, Little Woodpark, Wellpark, Warren, Great and Little Meadow, Ridge Park, Rose Park, Jordons Park, and Bickford Field. Also orchards called Higher and Kiln orchard. Also the cattle Pound for the manor and hundred of Plympton and common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: 14 years
Rent: £170 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/364  9 October 1844

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Willing and James Willing both of Plympton St Mary, yeomen
Barton, farm and tenement called Hardwick. Also several fields called The Higher and Lower Orchard, Warren, Well Field, Dorsmouth Park, The Three Dorsmouth Hills, Wood Park, Shillings, Burnells Moore, Priors Park, Cross Park, Broad Park, Kiln Meadow, Long Park, Colla Park, Bickford's Field, Jordan's Park, Rose Park, Ridge Park, Higher and Lower Meadow, Fourberries and part of Ham Park with the pound or pinfold for cattle. Also three fields called The Outer Higher and Three Corner Estrayer parks and a field called Six O Clock Field and part of a field called Winstons Hills
Term: 14 years
Rent: £353 7s 10d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/365  12 August 1873

Contents:
Agreement to Let
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Willing of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Messuage, farm and lands called Hardwick
Term: 14 years
Rent: £365 pa
Enclosed is correspondence concerning the sale of the lease of the farm to pay the debts of 2). Dated 1886-1887

HAY AND TOTHILL TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/366  29 September 1743

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
7/8ths part of a tenement called Hay. Also 7/8ths part of a tenement called Tothill. Also 7/8ths part of coppice wood in Earls Wood. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood and common of turbary and turfs or moor wood
Consideration: £628 10s
Rent: 19s 1d pa
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  69/M/4/367  25 March 1808

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Worth of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Hay and Tothill tenements
Term: 10 years
Rent: £160 pa
With certificate of Richard Worth for completion of drainage work. Dated 18 November 1809

HAY AND THORNFIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/368  17 April 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Boon Crossing of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Messuage and tenement called Hay in Plympton St Mary.
Also a farm and tenement called Thornfield in Plympton St Mary and Plymstock.
Also fields called Twenty Pounds Park, Shears field, Paddock, Linhay field, and Marsh in Plympton St Mary
Term: seven years
Rent: £330 pa

HEATHFIELDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/369  29 December 1792

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving guardian of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) George Marshall of Plymouth, esquire
¼ of four closes of land and one meadows called Eastern Heathfields and Long Meadow together with common of pasture on Lee Moor
Consideration: £44
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3s 6d pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/370  2 May 1801

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) George Marshall of Ivybridge, esquire, grandson, residuary legatee and sole executor of the late George Marshall
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Original lease dated 29 December 1792 between John Ley and George Marshall
Property as above.
Consideration: £54
Term: residue of 99 years

KILL MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/371  24 June 1738

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
1/8th part of five closes of barton land called Kill meadow, Long Park, Ham Park, Crooknyes and the Grove. With common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £48 6s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 6d pa

[no title]  69/M/4/372  30 May 1765

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Consideration: £60 and one moidore of gold
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 7s 6d pa
Heriot: best beast or £3

[no title]  69/M/4/373  25 December 1795

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Consideration: £54
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Anna Maria Eveleigh
Rent: 7s 6d
Heriot: 7s 6d

MERAFIELD TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/374  14 September 1728

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joseph Hele of Merafield, Plympton St Mary, gent.
¼ of tenement called Merafield. With common of pasture on Lee Moor with coppice in Earls Wood
Consideration: £52 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/375  3 May 1739

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Joseph Hele the younger of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Merafield, Hammedys Hill, Woodpark, Three Parks, Little Plot and Merafield Meadow with two orchards
Term: 14 years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/376  3 May 1739

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Richard Morrish of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Merafield and fields called Dows Down, Broadpark, Bushpark, Burnards Moor and Priors Park, Plympton St Mary
Term: 14 years
Rent: £32/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/377  3 May 1753

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Simon Brooking of Plympton St Mary, clothier
Part of Merafield alias Great Merafield. Also Doors Down, Broadpark, Mainapark, Bushpark, Burnards Moor, Great Priors Park, Hammadays Hill, Woodpark, Three parks, Little Plot and Merafield Meadow
Term: 14 years
Rent: £54 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/378  29 September 1756

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Mary Hele of Plympton St Mary, widow
¼ part of a tenement called Merafield. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turfs and coppice in Earl Wood
Consideration: £106 7s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/379  1 March 1774

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Sandover of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement and dwelling house called Merafield. Also Ten fields called Merafield Meadow, Ammadys Hill, the Paddock, Wood Park, Little Quarry Park, Bottom Park, Shillens, Little Dores Down, Bush Park and the Little Hill
Term: seven years
Rent: £75 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum re planting of apple trees. Dated 1 March 1774

[no title]  69/M/4/380  25 March 1825

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement called Merafield. Also fields called the Orchard, Amadous Hill, Orchard Paddock, Nursery Paddock, Western Paddock, Rye Field, Eastern Paddock, Trapstile, Key Field or Quay Field, Wood Field, Lake Head Meadow, Limes Park Meadow, Cocks Park, Hill Park, two marshes called the Higher and Lower Marshes, the Eastern and Western Gore, Three Parks and those parts of Saltram lawn enclosed by a new railing leading from Blaxton Gate to Allacombe Park Gate. Also two marshes adjoining the road from Saltram House to Plymouth Lodge
Term: seven years
Rent: £500 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/381  2 January 1832

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Lang and Christopher Spear the elder of St Dominick, Cornwall, yeoman
Tenement called Merafield. Also fields called the Orchard, Amadous Hill, Orchard Paddock, Nursery Paddock, Western Paddock, Rye Field, Eastern Paddock, Trapstile, Key or Quay field, Wood Field, Lake Head, Limes Park, Cocks Park, Hill Park, Three Parks, Eastern and South Lawn and Western Gore
Term: seven years
Rent: £355 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/382  16 March 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Vosper and Thomas Vosper both of Quetheock, Cornwall, yeoman
Tenement called Merafield with several fields called the Orchard, Amadous Hill, Orchard Paddock, Nursery Paddock, Western Paddock, Rye Field, Eastern Paddock, Trapstile, Key Field or Quay Field, Wood Field, Lake head, Limes Park, Cocks Park, Hill Park, Three Parks, Eastern Lawn, South Lawn, Eastern Gore and Western Gore with two marshes called Upper and Lower Marshes
Term: 14 years
Rent: £458 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/383  25 December 1836

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Parkhouse of Plympton St Mary, maltster and sadler
Newly erected dwelling house and premises with malthouse, adjoining Merafield orchard and Merafield farm
Term: [not given]
Rent: £21 1s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/384  17 April 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Vosper of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Tenement and barton called Merafield with fields called The Orchard, Amadous hill, Orchard Paddock, Nursery Paddock, Western Paddock, Rye Field, Eastern Paddock, Trapstile, Key or Quay field, Wood Field, Lake Head, Limes Park, Cocks Park, Hill Park, Three Parks, Eastern and South Lawns, Eastern and Western Gores. Also two marshes adjoining called the Upper and Lower Marshes. Also two closes called Ellacombe Parks, two other closes called North Lakes and two other closes called Queenaparks and a close called Pond Piece
Term: 14 years
Rent: £562 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/385  30 March 1878

Contents:
Agreement to let
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Elizabeth Vosper, widow, and William Peter Vosper, yeoman of Plympton St Mary
Barton of Merafield, messuage and malthouse
Term: 21 years
Rent: £558/18 pa

MERAFIELD AND BLAXTON TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/386  26 April 1718

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joseph Puckey the elder and Joseph Puckey the younger, both of Egg Buckland, yeomen
Merafield and Blaxton with Blaxton Cottage. Also Colaparks, Priors Parks, with common of pasture and turbary on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: seven years
Rent: £140 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/387  8 October 1724

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joseph Pucke the elder, and Joseph Pucky the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeomen
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £140 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/388  4 October 1731

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Joseph Puckey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £130

[no title]  69/M/4/389  4 October 1732

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Joseph Puckey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £130 pa

MIDDLE PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/390  12 May 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Worth of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Field called Middle Park
Term: six years
Rent: £19 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/391  29 September 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Grills of Plympton St Mary, plumber and brazier
Field called Middle Park and orchard called Denbows
Term: five years
Rent: £19 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/392  18 August 1840

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nathaniel Channon of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Field called Middle Park situated near the village of Underwood
Term: five years
Rent: £18 10s pa

MIDDLEWOODS TENEMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/393  29 September 1747

2 copies

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Sparke of Plympton St Maurice, gent.
¼ part fields and orchard called Middlewoods. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood
Consideration: £61 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 3s 4½d pa
Heriot: 10s

[no title]  69/M/4/394  29 December 1792

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Ley of Trehill, esquire (surviving guardian of John Parker, Lord Boringdon, an infant)
2) James Delafield of Plympton St Mary, mason
Field called the Hill and three meadows adjoining, part of Middlewoods tenement, situated near Underwood
Term: seven years
Rent: £16 16s pa

MORLEY ARMS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/395  16 October 1833

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Thompson of Plymouth, brewer
3) George Robins of Covent Garden, London, esquire
Tavern called the Morley Arms and tea garden situated near the Lary [Laira] bridge
Term: seven years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/396  8 March 1845

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Scott and William Hole Evens both of Plymouth, beer-brewers and co-partners
Tavern called The Morley Arms situated near the Lary [Laira] Bridge and the privilege of selling liquor in the large room under the Grand Race-stand on Chelson meadow on all race days during the term.
Also the privilege of occupying the whole race-ground on Chelson meadow during the annual spring meeting and also the privilege of accommodating the owners of race-horses with stalls in Saltram stables during the spring and summer races held on Chelson meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £84 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/397  1 October 1850

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement to let
1) Philip Lang of Plymstock, victualler
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Property as above
Term: one year
Rent: £60

NORTHLAKES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/398  26 March 1730

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) Nicholas Brooking the elder of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Parcel of ground called Northlakes
Term: 14 years
Rent: £11/5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/399  26 March 1744

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Simon Brooking of Plympton St Mary, clothier and Richard Morrish of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Two fields called Northlakes
Term: 14 years
Rent: £11 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/400  25 March 1758

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Lyne the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Property as above
Term: 14 years
Rent: £11 5s pa
Enclosed is an envelope with a note re the lease

ORESTON FERRY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/401  29 September 1819

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Keam of Plymstock, husbandman
Ferry between Oreston and Cattedown
Term: seven years
Rent: £106 pa
With John Yolland's memorandum of an alteration in the covenants dated 11 July 1820

[no title]  69/M/4/402  31 December 1851

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Benjamin Oxland of Plymstock, ferryman
Tolls paid by passengers on the ferry over the Oreston Passage between Cattedown and Oreston with Two boats for use of the said ferry
Term: three years
Rent: £70 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/403  30 April 1856

two copies

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Benjamin Oxland of Plymstock, ferryman
Tolls paid by passengers on the ferry over the Oreston
Passage between Cattedown and Oreston, with use of the seashore on either side for use of the ferry and collection of tolls
Term: seven years
Rent: £55 pa
Encloses are conditions for letting for one year from 11 March 1851

[no title]  69/M/4/404  26 February 1863

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Benjamin Oxland of Plymstock, ferryman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £55 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/405  12 August 1869

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Jordan of Plymstock, pensioner
Property as above
Term: two years
Rent: £20 pa

OZIER PLOT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/406  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Mumford of Plymouth and William Deacon of Stoke Damerel, basket makers
Ozier or willow plot bounded on the north by the Turnpike road from Ridgeway to Plymouth, on the south by the River Tory. Also two other willow plots near Underwood
Term: 10 years
Rent: £11/11 pa

POMPHLETT: TENEMENT, BARTON AND FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/407  25 March 1813

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Boringdon
2) Edward Damerel of Shaugh, yeoman
Pomphlett Barton. Also closes of land called the Lime Kiln, Pediment Hill, Higher and Lower Stable Fields, Eastern and Western Barn Parks, Higher and Lower Meadow. Also a tenement called Billacombe, adjacent to Pomphlett Barton
Term: 10 years
Rent: £343 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/408  25 March 1820

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Creber of Bickleigh, yeoman
Property as above. Also three closes called Merchants Brexton, Taylors Merchants Brexton and East Bushelly, adjacent to Pomphlett barton
Term: 10 years
Rent: £242/10s pa
Enclosed is a note re Chelson Marsh

[no title]  69/M/4/409  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of North Molton
2) Richard Cotton of Oreston, quarryman
Parcel of ground lying in Pomphlett Brake, part of Pomphlett Farm, formerly a quarry
Term: seven years
Rent: £16 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/410  25 December 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Creber of Plymstock, yeoman
Tenement and farm called Pomphlett with field called Western Field adjoining, part of Wixenford tenement. Also two pieces of marsh land, parts of Chelson Marsh, bounded on the west by a drain separating it from the road from the Lary [Laira] Bridge to Saltram
Term: 10 years
Rent: £240 per Pomphlett and Western Field
£70 for part of Chelson Marsh

[no title]  69/M/4/411  31 January 1832

Contents:
Mortgage for £300 + interest [by assignment of lease]
1) John Whiddon of Plymouth, inn keeper
2) Jenny Blackmore of East Stonehouse, spinster
Original lease dated 27 January 1832 from John earl of Morley to 2)
Parcel of land with dwelling house near Billacombe Brook, and part of a field called Billacombe, part of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the South by the new turnpike road to Plymouth
Consideration: £300
Term: remainder of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/412  27 January 1832

Contents:
Lease, counterpart and draft
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Whiddon of Plymouth, inn keeper
Property as above
Consideration: Partial erection of a dwelling house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £3 pa
Heriot: £6
Enclosed is a letter from Edward Sole to Messrs Pridham re exchange of lives on property at Billacombe

[no title]  69/M/4/413  25 December 1835

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Drew of Plymouth, builder
Dwelling house and offices with gardens, part of the barton and farm of Pomphlett situated near Billacombe Brook bounded on south by road from Plymouth to Yealmpton on west by land of Thomas Binner on east by house of John Hearle on north by a road
Consideration: 2)'s having laid out £250 on the house and offices
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £1 10s
Heriot: £3
Enclosed is a note of the assignment of the lease in 1874

[no title]  69/M/4/414  20 December 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Simon Hill of St Martins, Cornwall, yeoman
Tenement and farm called Pomphlett with several fields being parcels of other tenements now occupied by William Creber. Also a small portion lying opposite the farm house and three fields nearly adjoining called Two Ficeenes and Busheller. Also Two pieces of marsh land being part of Chelson Marsh and one other portion of marsh land
Term: 14 years
Rent: £415 pa
Enclosed is a bundle of correspondence and accounts concerning alleged damages caused by the races at Chelson Meadow in the year 1840 and general accounts 1841-1850

[no title]  69/M/4/415  23 September 1839

Contents:
Assignment of mortgaged leasehold property
1) John Whiddon of Plymouth, innkeeper
2) Joseph Whiddon of Plymouth, gent.
Original lease dated 27 January 1832 between earl of Morley and 1)
Parcel of land with dwelling house near Billacombe Brook and part of a field called Billacombe, part of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the east by the new turnpike road to Plymouth. Also a parcel of ground opposite the above property, divided therefrom by the aforesaid road
Also deed poll or policy of assurance and the sum of £300 secured on the same and all sums of money that should become due on the same, with appointment of 2) as 1)'s lawful attorney
Consideration: £199/19 and 10s
Term: remainder of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/416  12 October 1842

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Whiddon of Plymouth, gent.
Parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook, parcel of the barton of Pomphlett
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/417  16 February 1844

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Price Rawlings of Slades Bridge, Cornwall, gent., and Jenny his wife
2) Joseph Whiddon of Plymouth, gent.
3) Charles Henry Seale of Torquay, commander in HM Royal Navy
4) John Crichton Harris of Radford, esquire
Original lease dated 27 January 1832 between John Parker, earl of Morley and John Whiddon
Parcel of land situated near Billacombe Brook being part of a field called Billacombe, part of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the south by the turnpike road to Plymouth. Also another parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook in the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the south by a road separating it from the before mentioned parcel of ground
Consideration: £300 paid by 4) to 1)
£52 paid by 4) to 2)
£103 paid by 3) to 2)
Term: residue of two terms of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/418  12 February 1848

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives
1) John Crichton Harris of Radford, esquire
2) Joseph Whiddon of Plymouth, gent.
3) Henry Macdonald of Plymstock, esquire
Original lease dated 27 January 1832 between the earl of Morley and 2)
Property as above.
Term: remainder of two terms of 99 years
Consideration: £400 paid to 1) by 3)
10s to 2) by 1)

[no title]  69/M/4/419  18 February 1848

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Macdonald of Billacombe, esquire
Dwelling house and garden on a parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook, formerly part of a field called Billacombe and parcel of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the south by the turnpike road to Plymouth. Also a parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook parcel of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the west by the garden of the aforesaid dwelling house
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £5 pa
Heriot: £6
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender dated 30 July 1864. Enclosed is a letter from Edward Sole to Messrs Pridham concerning exchange of lives. Dated 20 January 1848

[no title]  69/M/4/420  24 February 1848

Contents:
Assignment of Lease to secure funds
1) Henry Macdonald of Billacombe, esquire
2) William Harris of Yealmpton, a Captain in the British Army, and Edward Sole of Devonport, gent. (trustees of the marriage settlement of 1) and Caroline his present wife)
Original lease dated 18 Fenruary 1848
Property as above
Consideration: £551 5s
Term: residue of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/421  22 February 1851

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Drew of Plymouth, builder
2) William James Boosy Hilliard of HMS Havannah at Sydney, New South Wales, master in the Royal Navy
Original lease dated 25 December 1835 between John earl of Morley and William Drew
Dwelling house and offices with gardens built by 1), part of the barton and farm called Pomphlett situated near Billacombe Brook, bounded on the south by the turnpike road from Plymouth to Yealmpton
Consideration: £150
Term: residue of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/422  17 April 1854

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Grills Revell of Plymstock, yeoman
Tenement, barton and farm called Pomphlett and several closes of land held with the same. Also three pieces of marsh land parts of Chelson Meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £300 pa
Enclosed: conditions for letting dated 14 August 1850; valuation of crops, manure etc on Pomphlett estate, Lady day 1852 with letter concerning the same dated 7 June 1852; compensations allowed to Mr Revell for grass eaten by cattle on the Pomphlett Estate since Ladyday 1852

[no title]  69/M/4/423  1 April 1858

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William James Boosy Hilliard of Stonehouse, master in the Royal Navy
2) William Underhill of Billacombe, Plymstock, bootmaker
Original lease dated 25 December 1835 between Rt Hon. John Parker, earl of Morley and William Drew
Dwelling house and offices with gardens built by 1), part of the barton and farm called Pomphlett situated near Billacombe Brook, bounded on the south by the turnpike road from Plymouth to Yealmpton
Consideration: £120
Term: residue of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/424  28 July 1864

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Harris of Yealmpton, captain in the British Army, and the Reverend William Edward Vigor of Botus Fleming, Cornwall
2) Henry Macdonald of Ivybridge, esquire
3) Helen Macdonald of Ivybridge, spinster
4) Edwin Arkell of Billacombe, esquire
Original lease dated 18 February 1848
Dwelling house and garden on a parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook, formerly part of a field called Billacombe and parcel of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the south by the turnpike road to Plymouth. Also a parcel of ground near Billacombe Brook parcel of the barton of Pomphlett, bounded on the west by the garden of the aforesaid dwelling house
Consideration: £400

[no title]  69/M/4/425  3 June 1870

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Hine the younger of Pomphlett barton, yeoman
Tenement, barton and farm called Pomphlett and several closes of land held with the same. Also three pieces of marsh land parts of Chelson Meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £315 pa

POMPHLETT LAKE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/426  29 September 1810

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon of Boringdon
2) John Dixon of Cornwood, slate merchant
Quay at Pomphlett Point, adjoining Pomphlett Lake
Term: 14 years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/427  24 June 1823

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Lee Stevens of Plymouth, coal merchant
Coal yard, bounded on the north by the road from the Flying Bridge to Pomphlett Mill
Term: 14 years
Rent: £6 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/428  25 December 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Davies of Plymouth, gent.
Culm or coal yard bounded on the south by Pomphlett lake and on the north by the road from Lary [Laira]
Bridge to Pomphlett mill
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/429  10 December 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Watts Harris Hendy of Plymstock, yeoman
Culm yard situated in Pomphlett lake
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/430  10 December 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Harvey of Coombe, yeoman, and John Harvey of Sherford, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/431  10 December 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Gascoin of Elburton, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/432  10 June 1837

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Christopher Lethbridge of Plymouth, grocer
Property as above
Term: four years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/433  25 December 1838

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Davies of Charles, Plymouth, and Frederick Dickerson of the same, both coal merchants
Culm yard bounded on the south by Pomphlett lake and on the north by the road from Lary [Laira] Bridge to Pomphlett Mill
Term: seven years
Rent: £14 pa
Enclosed is a letter from John Sarah to Nathan James re the bankruptcy of 1), dated 27 September 1841. Also a letter from Evan James to John Davies enclosing Mr Sarah's letter and asking that he look after his interests, dated 2 October 1841. Also Evan James's card

[no title]  69/M/4/434  16 August 1841

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Harvey of Coombe and John Harvey of Sherford, yeomen
Culm yard situated near Pomphlett lake
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/435  16 August 1841

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Watts Harris Hendy of Plymstock, yeoman
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/436  19 May 1856

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Walter Rowse of Plymouth, ironmonger
Two yards adjoining each other, on the south side of the turnpike road leading from the Laira Bridge to Brixton and abutting on Pomphlett Lake
Term: 14 years
Rent: £20 pa

PRIORS PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/437  29 September 1793

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Tozer of Plymstock, yeoman
Five fields called Priors Park, Broad Park, Bottom Park, Shillings and Headfield
Term: seven years
Rent: £82 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/438  29 September 1800

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Worth of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Four fields called Great Priors Park, Burnels Moor, Shillings and Headfield
Term: 17½ years
Rent: £54 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/439  25 March 1802

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Three fields called Priors Park, Burnels Moor and Shillings. Also fields called Greatwood Park and Cutley meadow with an orchard adjoining
Consideration: £60 and assignment of even date between 2) and 1)
Term: 99 years or two lives
Rent: 5s 3½d
Heriot: 5s

SOUTH WINDMILLS ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/440  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Pearse of Plympton St Mary, butcher
Barn, linhay and curtilage and field called South Windmills. Also fields called South West Heathfields, Eastern Heathfields, Mitchells, Four Acres and Heathfield. Also fields called Catherine Park, Wedgers Parks, Blakewell Park
Term: 12 years for premises except Blakewell Park eight years for Blakewell Park
Rent: £85 pa for first four years of 12 year term £106 pa for next eight years or 12 year term

THORNAFIELD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/441  14 September 1751

Contents:
Lease [partial]
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Hendrick, mariner
¼ part of a tenement called Thornafield. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and commons of turbary and turfes or moor wood and part of the coppice wood called Earls Wood
Consideration: £126 1s and surrender of deed dated 1 September 1731
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s 7½d pa
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  69/M/4/442  25 March 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Pitts of Plymouth, maltster
Tenement called Thornafield with fields called Plumb Park, Shoot Park, Higher and Lower Well Park, Nursery Higher and Lower Furze Park, Lower and Greater Estrayer Parks, Thistle Park, Gurton Green, Outer and Homer Lindhay, Higher and Lower Clawland, Great Brake, Catshill and Catshill meadow, New Park, Barbers down, Thornafield Park, Homer and Candrys Downs, with orchards and gardens belonging to the same. With joint use of a lime kiln near Hay farm house
Term: 14 years
Rent: £175 pa

TURNCHAPEL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/443  25 March 1800

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Edward Woodward and James Isbell of East Stonehouse, stonemasons
Messuage and dwelling house with courtlage and garden situated at Turnchapel bounded on the north by the street adjoining Turnchapel Dock and on the east by a path from Turnchapel to West Hoe
Term: 99 years or three lives
Consideration: erection of a dwelling house and offices
Rent: 16s 1½d
Heriot: £1 12s 3d

[no title]  69/M/4/443a  25 December 1805

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Anne Pope of Millbrook, Cornwall, widow
Messuage and dwelling house in Turnchapel, bounded on the north by the street adjoining Turnchapel Dock
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s 8½d pa
Heriot: £1 1s 5d

[no title]  69/M/4/444  25 March 1816

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of Boringdon
2) John Trant of Plymouth, carpenter
Newly erected dwelling house and offices at Turnchapel bounded on the north by the road leading through Turnchapel
Term: 99 years or three lives
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 25 December 1808
Rent: 5s 3d pa
Heriot: 10s 6d

[no title]  69/M/4/445  24 December 1823

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Sarah Avent, wife of John Avent of Plymouth, labourer
Tenement in Turnchapel bounded on north by road leading through Turnchapel
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 25 March 1816 made between 1) and John Traut
Rent: 5s 3d pa
Term: 99 years or three lives
Heriot: 10s 6d

UNDERWOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/446  25 March 1813

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Crews of Plympton St Maurice, maltster Joan Brookings fields and Martha Stephens fields in Underwood, Plympton St Mary
Term: seven years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/447  28 February 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Lake of Plympton St Mary, baker
Two fields adjoining Underwood village called Joan Brookings fields
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/448  30 January 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Lake of Plympton St Maurice, baker
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rents: £10 pa

WHEATEN LAKE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/449  25 March 1820

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Crees of Plympton St Maurice, yeoman
Two fields called Wheaten lake and Six O'clock field
Term: seven years
Rent: £18 pa
With a memorandum by John Yolland re terms of tenure. Dated 14 September 1820

[no title]  69/M/4/450  25 March 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Lapthorn of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Field called Wheaten Lake and a meadow at the lower end of the town of Plympton
Term: seven years
Rent: £17 18s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/451  25 December 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Lapthorn of Plympton Maurice, butcher
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £17 18s

[no title]  69/M/4/452  July 1837

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Lepthorn of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £17 18s pa

WILLINGS WALLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/453  29 September 1770

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Nichols of Plymouth Dock, hatter
¼ of a tenement called Willings Walls. Also common on pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood. Also common of turbary and turf or moor wood
Consideration: £9
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s pa
Heriot: 7s 6d

[no title]  69/M/4/454  25 March 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nicholas Ware of Shaugh
Rabbit warren called Hentor Warren and Willings Walls situated on Lee Moor
Term: 11 years
Rent: £50 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/455  8 July 1846

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nicholas Ware of Shaugh, warrener
Property as above
Term: seven years
Rent: £45 pa

WINDMILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/456  24 June 1795

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
3/8 part of two fields called Windmills with common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe woods
Consideration: £155
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 5s 1d pa
Heriot: 15s

[no title]  69/M/4/457  1 June 1797

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
1/8 part of two fields called the Windmills. Together with common of pasture upon Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: 99 years or three lives
Fine: £100
Rent: 1s 8½d pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/458  13 May 1816

Contents:
License to assign lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Honey Bowden of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Original leases dated 24 June 1795 and dated 1st June 1797 between 1) and Richard Honey
3/8 parts and 1/8 part of two fields called the Windmills

[no title]  69/M/4/459  13 May 1816

Contents:
License to assign lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Honey Bowden
Original lease dated 7 February 1793 between Humphrey Prideaux and Richard Honey
Moiety of two fields and of one other field, all called the Windmills

[no title]  69/M/4/460  1 January 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker Earl of Churchstow, gent., and Joseph Earle of South Milton, gent.
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
3/8ths and 1/8th part of two fields called the Windmills. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: 50 years
Rent: £26

WIXENFORD AND BICKHAMS TENEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/461  2 February 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Cook of Morval, Cornwall
Farm called Wixenford and tenement adjoining called Bickham.Also fields called Middleton, Browns Park, Middleton meadow, Tree field, Broad Park, Kingsland, Cross Park, the Higher and Lower Down, Sellor Acres, Barn Park, Little Barn Park, Bickham Meadow, Cuttey orchard, the Higher and Lower orchard at Bickham, Desert Meadow, the Higher, Lower and Middle orchards at Wixenford Quarry Park, Coles down, Kiln field, Scobles Park, Dean, Mowhay meadow, Fore window, Quay field.
Also a lime kin and quarry, a culm yard at Pomphlett Lake, and two parts of Chelson marsh
Term: 14 years
Rent: £350 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/462  26 July 1842

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Little of Plymstock, yeoman
Farm called Wixenford and lands formerly called Peeks Chilstone and Jackman's Chilstone. Also fields called Middleton's meadow and Browns Park, Tree field, Broad Park, Kingsland, Cross Park, Quarry Park, Coles down, Lime Kiln and Quarry, Lime Kiln meadow, Scobles Park, Dean, Mowhay meadow, Fore window, Mowhay orchard, Back orchard, Quay field, Great Down and Furze Down Also fields called Barn Park, Cullery meadow, Higher orchard, Lower orchard, Higher meadow and waste and Lower meadow, all being part of Bickham's tenement. Also three parts of Chelson marsh
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £415 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/463  22 March 1856

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Hyne of Brixham, yeoman
Farm called Wixenford. Also fields called Middleton, Middleton Browns Park, Tree field, Broad Park, Kingsland, Cross Park, Quarry Park, Coles down, Lime Kiln and Quarry, Lime Kiln meadow, Scobles Park, Dean, Mowhay meadow, Fore window, Mowhay orchard, Back orchard, Quay field, Great Down and Furze Down. Also fields called Barn Park, Cullery meadow, Higher orchard, Lower orchard, Higher meadow and waste and Lower meadow, all being part of Bickham's tenement. Also three parts of Chelson marsh
Term: 14 years
Rent: £415 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/464  15 December 1858

Contents:
Draft Assignment
1) James Adams of Plymouth, ironmonger
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
3) William Beer of Wembury, yeoman
Original lease dated 22nd march 1856 between 2) and Richard Hyne
Property as above
Term: residue of term of 14 years
Rent: £415 pa

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/465  24 June 1715

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Mogridge of Wembury, gent.
¼ part of tenement called Dean, a close of land called Benhole and of a coppice wood in Earles Wood in Shaugh
Consideration: £20 10s
Term: 99 years or three lives. To commence on the death of Grace Boger
Rent: 2s pa
Heriot: 4s

[no title]  69/M/4/466  2 March 1720/21

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Courtenay Croker of Lynham, esquire
¼ part of several closes of land called Batsford Slade, Middle Batsford, Homer Batsford, Emmetts Batsford and of two closes of land called Calvena Parks, and or three closes of land called Mackrell Parks
Consideration: £167 10s
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Courtenay Croker
Rent: £26s 8d pa
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  69/M/4/467  20 November 1721

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Trenaman of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
¼ part of Torrecombe cottage. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turbary and turfs or moorwood
Consideration: £10
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 13d pa
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/468  27 November 1746

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Mumford of Shaugh, yeoman
¼ part of a tenement called Black Aller. With common of pasture on Lee Moor and Torrecombe wood and common of turfs and turbary or moor wood
Consideration: £29 1s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s 3d
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  69/M/4/469  25 March 1751

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Crees of Plympton St Mary, carpenter
3/4 parts of Higher Ley Parks
Term: seven years
Rent: £9 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/470  25 March 1754

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Jerome Head of Shaugh, yeoman
¼ part of tenements called Lower Leigh and Dennis's Walls
Term: seven years
Rent: £5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/471  25 March 1778

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) John Peek of Hemerdon, yeoman
Tenement called Hemerdon farm with fields called Bailey Park Meadow, Bailey Park, Culverwell, Home West Park, Yonder West Park, the Meadow, the Grove, Great Lowday Moor, Little Lowday Moor, Bowdens Meadow, Stone Park, Long Park, New Park, Seven Acres, Carroty Park, Carrotty Park Meadow, the Furze Brake, three orchards and three gardens
Term: 14 years
Rent: £80 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/472  25 March 1801

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Worth of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Fields called Woodfield, Hey field and five fields called Coakers, Allens, Lakehead, Sprys and Newpark
Term: 12½ years
Rent: £88 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/473  25 March 1801

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Fields called Amadous Hill, Rye Field, Twenty pound Park, Square field, Brickfield Paddock, Cabbage plot and Merryfield Orchard
Term: 12½ years
Rent: £88 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/474  24 June 1816

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Bickle of Plymouth, victualler
Ruinous houses with gardens, part of Trelawneys tenement, situated at Colebrook, bounded on the east by the highway leading through Colebrook held by John Lamacraft, part of Trelawneys tenement in Colebrook
Consideration: £5 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 4s 6d pa
Heriot: 9s

[no title]  69/M/4/475  25 March 1825

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of North Molton
2) William Wyatt the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Moiety of tenement called Great Collaford and fields called Barn Park, Lane End Field, Wateridge Garden Plot, Great Park, Long Park Meadows, Castle Park, New Park and the Three Fields
Term: seven years
Rent: £27 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/476  12 May 1826

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Rowe of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Field called Lang's
Term: six years
Rent: £14 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/477  16 September 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Taylor of Plymstock, gent.
Cottage and garden at Billacombe Brook bounded on the south by a turnpike road from Plymouth to Yealmpton
Term: three years
Rent: £30 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/478  5 November 1831

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley of North Molton
2) William Atkinson of Plymouth, gent.
Fields called Eastern Gore with two marshes adjoining called Upper and Lower Marshes
Term: seven years
Rent: £103 pa
Enclosed are two letters from Lord Boringdon, addressee unknown re his boat and shooting of game.
Undated

[no title]  69/M/4/479  10 January 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Atkinson of Plymouth, gent.
May's Marsh
Term: five years
Rent: £35 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/479a  22 March 1834

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Mumford of St Andrew, Plymouth, and William Deacon of Devonport, basket makers
Plot of ground formerly a oziery plot situated near the Turnpike Road from Ridgeway to Plymouth. Also Two other plots situated near Underwood
Term: 10 years
Rent: £13 13s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/480  25 March 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Shilson of Marsh Mill, miller
Field called Little Steart situated near Marsh Mill
Term: seven years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/481  25 March 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Pearse the younger of Plympton St Maurice, butcher
Tenement called Hay with fields called Hay meadow, Bull Park, Well field, Broad Park, Furze Park, Calves meadow, Great and Little West Park, Lower Hay Down, New Park, part of Barn Park, Shilla Furze, Boveway, Crooked meadow, Ham Park meadow, the Grove and Ham Park. Also joint use of a lime kiln near Hay Farm house
Term: 14 years
Rent: £140 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/481a  18 August 1840

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Pascho Pollard of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Fields called Higher and Lower Marshes, situated on the east side of a lane from Farm Pool gate to Merafield. Also three closes of land to the south of the aforesaid marsh lands called Marsh Linhay Paddock, Nursery Paddock and Shear's meadow
Term: seven years
Rent: £140 pa
Enclosed is a copy of an agreement between George Pridham and Pascho Pollard for letting the above property dated 20 February 1840

[no title]  69/M/4/481b  12 May 1842

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, esquire
2) Benjamin Dyer of Plympton St Maurice, baker
Parcel of ground lying near the remains of Plympton Castle
Term: 50 years
Rent: 13s pa
Enclosed are two letters addressed to Mr Newbery from John Folley concerning properties occupied by Wingett and the late Richard Goodman. Dated 8 & 10 March 1892

STOKE CANNON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/482  6 May 1774

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Holne, esquire
2) Joseph Carter of Stoke Canon, yeoman
Decayed cottage and plot of ground called Whitehart in Stoke Canon adjoining the barton or farm of Oakhay
Consideration: £5 5s and erection of a dwelling house and outhouses
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa
Heriot: 2s

TRINITY LEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/483  3 March 1707

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Symon Moore of Coleridge, Devon
For lease of tenement of Lower Chilverton for term of seven years. Gives conditions of letting

[no title]  69/M/4/484  12 April 1738

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Robert Cockeram of Coleridge, thatcher
Close of land called Wester Close with cottage erected on the same, previously part of a tenement called Lee Downs
Consideration: six guineas
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Robert Cocker and Anne his wife
Rent: 2s 6d pa
Heriot: 6s 8d

[no title]  69/M/4/485  12 April 1754

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Kelland of Coleridge, yeoman
Tenement called Lower Chilverton with fields called The Souther Moore, The Great Thorne Park, The Little Thorne Park, The Long Meadow, The Great Longa Park, The Little Longa Park, The Bootown, the close next on the east side of the house, The Ploshett and The Ploshett Meadow. Also one little meadow lying on the south side of the leat, part of the tenement of Trinity Leigh. Also a ruinous house and tenement called Tracys tenement with meadow and close adjoining, a close called Tracys Wood with the Moor under and adjoining. Also five fields called Northparks
Consideration: £200
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of Philip Pope
Rent: £2 11s 4d
Heriot: best beast or £3

[no title]  69/M/4/486  12 September 1770

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Gibbings of Coleridge, butcher
Three tenements called Boatfield
Term: 21 years
Rent: £17 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/487  16 September 1791

Contents:
Lease
1) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Gibbings of Coleridge, butcher
Three tenements called Boatfield
Term: 21 years
Rent: £17 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/488  3 July 1795

Contents:
Lease
1) Robert Lydston Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) John Scott of Coleridge, serge maker
Tenement called East Leigh, Trinity Leigh or late Pyles. Also tenement called Mill Parks or late Rogers
Term: 21 years
Rent: £32 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/489  30 August 1810

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) Joseph Shobrooke of Coldridge, yeoman
Tenement called Newcombes
Term: 14 years
Rent: 19 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/490  25 March 1820

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
2) William Kelland of Coleridge, yeoman
Tenements called Lower Chilverton, North Park and Tracey's
Term: 14 years
Rent: £73 10s pa and £20 pa per acre of the Meadow ploughed

[no title]  69/M/4/491  20 June 1828

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Harcross, esquire
2) William Wreford of Nymet Rowland
Farm and estate called Lower Chilverton, North Park and Traceys
Term: 14 years
Rent: £60 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of John Elliott for continuation of the estate. Dated 25 April 1835

[no title]  69/M/4/492  28 September 1833

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Harcross, esquire
2) Thomas Hooper and Rowland Hooper of North Tawton, yeoman
Farm called Leigh Boatfield and Piks Leigh Downs
Term: seven years
Rent: £76 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/493  22 October 1841

Contents:
Lease
1) John Newcombe of Starcross, esquire
2) William Wreford of Cleaveanger, yeoman
Lower Chilverton, North Park and Traceys
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £63 pa

WHITLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/494  6 June 1670

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmond Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Francis Ambros of West Whitley, yeoman
Ambros tenement in the village of West Whitleigh
Consideration: £60
Term: 99 years or one life. To commence on the death of Katherine Ambros
Rent: 12s pa
Heriot: best beast or £4

ZEAL MONACHORUM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/495  3 August 1642

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Thomasine Brownscombe, late wife of John Brownscombe late of Zeal Monachorum, yeoman, deceased
Tenement and cottage in the village of Zeal. With closes of land and one meadow enjoyed with the same called
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of William Fisheram and 2)
Rent: 3s 10½d
Heriot: best beast or £4

[no title]  69/M/4/496  20 August 1687

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Mary Mayer of Zeal Monachorum, spinster
Higher Farthings tenement
Consideration: £100
Term: 99 years or two lives. To commence on the death of John Mayer
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: best beast or £3

MULTIPLE MANORS: DEVON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/497  24 January 1711

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon
2) Blank
Manors of Washburne alias Washbourne, Borsion alias Boluim, North Harbourneford alias Harbourtonford and Ludbrook
Consideration: 5s
Term: 99 years or three lives
Signed by Richard Webb noting his approval of the draft. 24 January 1712/13

MANORIAL LEASES: SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

BRADFORD PRIOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/498  3 April 1583

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire, and Edmund Parker his son and heir apparent
2) William Rawles of Hilfarence, Somerset, husbandman
Three closes of land called Langdons
Term: 2000 years. To commence on the death of 2) and Johane his wife
Rent: 12s pa

PRESTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/499  3 April 1583

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire, and Edmund Parker his son and heir apparent
2) Richard Collard also Shalder of Hillsfarran, Somerset, husbandman
Seven acres in Preston Manor, formerly in the occupation of John Watkins.
Consideration: £12
Term: Five thousand years
Rent: seven shillings

PARISH AND NON-MANORIAL LEASES: DEVON  [no ref. or date]

BROAD CLYST  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/500  8 May 1627

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire, and William Simons of Plymouth, gent.
2) Roger and Henry Bluett of [illegible]
Trowes tenement
Term: 99 years or three lives
Endorsed with a Memorandum of Agreement between Edmund Parker and Roger Bluett the younger and Henry Bluett for surrender of the lease
Dated 14 February 1632

CHARLETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/501  6 May 1842

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Prout of East Allington, yeoman
Betoe alias Betoes Park
Term: 9¼ years
Rent: £26 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender of the lease by 2) to 1). Dated 21 June 1844

COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/502  nd 1712

Contents:
Surrender of lease
1) John Northmore of Okehampton, gent.
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
The Mills, the two Wester Closes, Wester Marsh and Hophay, the two Easter Closes, the Strapp, the Easter Marsh and garden, two acres of Meadow and the Wear Splatt
Consideration: 5s
Term: remainder of term of 99 years or three lives

EAST ALLINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/502a  8 July 1846

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Parnell of East Allington, yeoman
Tenement called Betoe otherwise Betoes Park
Term: seven years
Rent: £18 pa
Enclosed is a letter from William Huxham to George Pridham re the term on the lease, dated 19 January 1850. Also note re Lower Norton, undated

EXBOURNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/503  25 September 1786

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Medland the younger of Exbourne, yeoman Higher Woodhall, Barney, Barney Meadow, Pit Close, Great and Little Broad Parks, Footpiece, Oxen Park, Oxen Park Meadow, Eastway, Eastway Meadow, Bell Park, the Moors, Beer Fields, Broad Ham, Buckmonds Ham, Corner Park, Corner Park Meadow, Best Meadow, Ten acres, Deep Ham and four orchards
Term: seven years
Rent: £50 pa

EXETER: HEAVITREE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/504  10 June 1756

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Francis Parker of Blagdon, esquire
2) John Bartrum of Exeter, butcher
Gandys Higher Ground, Hopping's Barn and Hopping's Ground. Also the Ten Acres, Nine Acres, Cross Close, Pick Close and Stockman's Bottom. Also White's Barn and the Barn Field, White's Field and the Ragg.
All part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £94/13 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/505  10 June 1756

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Francis Parker of Blagdon, esquire
2) John Sarell of Exeter, victualler
Clapp's Ground, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £16 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/506  14 May 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Daw of Exeter, tallow chandler Higher and Lower Mill Hill, Scotch Orchard and Scotch Four acres, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/507  14 May 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Gains Davy of Heavitree, yeoman
Hares Grounds, part of barton of Polsloe, Heavitree, Devon
Term: 14 years
Rent: £6/6 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/508  14 May 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Parker of Exeter, inn keeper
Cottage with appurtenances adjoining to Great and Little Birchwood, part of Polsloe barton
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £2/2 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/509  14 May 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Yolden of Exeter, butcher
Six acres, Great Birchwood, Little Birchwood, Ox or Great Court, Poundhouse Orchard, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/510  21 May 1765

Contents:
Lease [and copy]
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Edward Manley of Exeter, baker
Mansion house called Polsloe with lands adjoining
Term: 14 years
Rent: £30 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/511  21 May 1765

two copies

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Parker of Exeter, inn keeper
The Three Polsloe Meadows, Broadmeadow, Higher and Lower Bettys Close, Seven Acres, Rix Lane Close, Two Round Hills, Five Acres, Seven Acres, the Brake, Higher Fouracres, Outer and Inner Fouracres. Also the Great Barn in the Ox Court. All being part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £94/10 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/512  10 May 1770

Contents:
Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Holne, esquire
2) John Charter of Exeter, saddler, Daniel Harold of St Sidwell, coachmaker and Peter Berlon of Exeter, inn keeper and victualler
Barn, linhay and curtilage near Black Boy House, with Black Boy Barn and Close, Black Boy Lower Close, Cross Close, Eight Acres, Nine Acres, Ten Acres, Barn Close, Pigstile, Stock Bottom Close, Mincing Lake Close, North and South Closes, with other lands in the barton of Polsloe. Also Whites meadow
Term: 14 years
Rent: £280 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/513  3 July 1775

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Chudleigh, esquire
2) John Charter of Exeter, saddler
Two Black Boy Barn fields, Rag Close, Searle's Three Fields and Mr Leys Meadow, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: nine years
Rent: £85/6/8 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/514  10 July 1775

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Daniel Harrold of Exeter, coachmaker
Cross field, Barn field, Ten Acres, Three Western Fields or Mincey Lake Ground, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: nine years
Rent: £101/6/8

[no title]  69/M/4/515  30 May 1776

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Thomas Trood of Pinhoe, gent.
Pigstile, Stock and Bottom, Lower Barn field and Nine Acres, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: seven years
Rent: £70 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/516  30 August 1776

Contents:
Copy of Lease and counterpart
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Thomas Salter of Heavitree, inn keeper Higher and Lower Bowmores
Term: seven years
Rent: £12 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/517  8 March 1779

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) John Hemmings of Heavitree, yeoman
Gandys Grounds or Two Gandys Parks, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £13 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/518  8 March 1779

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Edmund Youlden of Exeter, butcher
Six acres, Great and Little Birchwood, Pound House Orchard, Ox Court and Linhay, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £48 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/519  8 March 1779

Contents:
Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Richard Daw of Exeter, yeoman and James Daw of Exeter, maltster
Higher and Lower Millhills, Scotts Orchard, Scotts
Four Acres and Three Hare Parks, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £43 pa
[With copy]

[no title]  69/M/4/520  23 March 1784

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Richard Neithercott of Heavitree, yeoman
Cross Close, Barn field, Errish Close, Three Western Fields or Mincey Lake Ground, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £90 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/521  23 March 1784

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Richard Dawe of Exeter, yeoman
Two Black Boy barn fields, Searle's three fields, Rag Close, Mr Ley's Meadow, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £70 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/522  15 April 1787

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Richard Neithercott of Heavitree, yeoman
Gandys Grounds or two Gandys Parks, part of barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £13 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/523  20 March 1792

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Robert Snow of Heavitree, yeoman
Higher and Lower Bowmores
Term: 14 years
Rent: £17/5 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/524  29 May 1795

Contents:
Redemption of mortgage by assignment of lease
1) Thomas Trood of Exminster, yeoman
2) Sarah Daw of St Sidwell, Exeter, widow, and administratrix of Richard Daw
3) Robert Rookes of Heavitree, horse dealer
Original lease dated 22 December 1787 between Montagu Edmund Parker and Richard Daw.
Cottage adjoining Great and Little Birch Woods, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: remainder of 99 years
Consideration: £92/10 paid by 3) to 1)
£7/10 paid to 2) by 3)

[no title]  69/M/4/525  22 January 1796

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Thomas Trood of Exminster, yeoman
Three Polsloe meadows, Broad Meadow, Lower and Higher Bettys Close, Seven Acres, Rixlane Close, Two Round Hills, Five Acres, Seven Acres, Brake, Higher Four Acres, Outer and Inner Four Acres and the Great Barn, all in barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £100 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/526  22 March 1798

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Thomas Adams of Heavitree, yeoman
Cross Close, Barn Close, Errish Close, Two Western or Mincey Lake Fields in barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £140 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of the same date by Thomas Adams specifying additional conditions of letting

[no title]  69/M/4/527  22 March 1798

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Robert Tosswill of Exeter, maltmaker
Two Black Boy Barn Fields, Searles Three Fields, Rag Close, and Leys meadow, part of the barton of Polsloe
Term: 14 years
Rent: £150 pa

EXETER: ST DAVID  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/528  25 March 1735

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Agnes Short of Uffculme, widow
2) John Newcombe of Exeter, esquire
Original lease dated 25 December 1701 between the Mayor, Bailiff and Commonality of Exeter and Frydeswee Paige
Tenement on St David's Hill
Consideration: 5s
Rent: 35s pa

EXETER: ST SIDWELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/529  3 July 1775

Contents:
Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) Richard Dawe of St Sidwell, yeoman
Piece of land near the Black Boy turnpike. With agreement to erect a barn within 1½ years
Consideration: £5/5
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 1s pa

EXETER: ST SIDWELL & ALL HALLOWS, GOLDSMITH STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/530  20 December 1636

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Hugh Geare of Exeter, barber surgeon
Inner part of the Swan, Goldsmith St, parish of Allhallows, and Mr Chapples Closes, St Sidwell, Exeter
Term: 10 years
Rent: £34 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/531  20 October 1641

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) Henry Fletcher of Exeter, Innholder
The inner part and the fore part of the Swan, Goldsmith St, parish of All Hallows, and Mr Chapples Closes, St Sidwell, Exeter
Term: 15 years
Rent: £46 pa

HOLBETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/532  27 April 1652

Contents:
Assignment of interest and rents
1) Thomas Barkeley of Scobbiscombe, Kingston, esquire
2) Thomas Wills and John Ashford, esquire
3) Edmund Parker
Consideration £790
Part of barton of Scobbiscombe

[no title]  69/M/4/533  25 June 1653

Contents:
Lease
1) Thomas Barkley of Kingston, esquire
Thomas Wills of Wiveliscombe, Cornwall, esquire and John Aishford of Kingston, esquire
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon
Higher barn Park and Kinwell Park, Higher and Lower Fearnhill Combes, Fearnhill Park, Green Park, all being part of the barton of Scobbiscombe
Consideration: £790
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: £4
Heriot: best beast
Memorandum of cancellation of a former lease dated 27 April 1652 between the same parties concerning the same property

KINGSTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/534  25 December 1673

Contents:
Lease
1) Arthur Ayshford of Wonwell, esquire
2) Edmund Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Haches barn and a way across the Warren, barton of Wonwell
Consideration: 5s and 2)'s taking into his possession of [Scobbiscombe] in the barton of Wonwell
Term: 50 years

MORLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/535  26 May 1818

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Tamlyn of Diptford, yeoman
Stone tenement
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa

NORTH MOLTON AND TWITCHEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/536  15 May 1635

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) John Williams the elder, yeoman, Philip Shapland of North Molton, husbandman, John Williams the younger, all of North Molton
Tithes, tenths, oblations, obventions and offerings arising out of the boroughs and parishes of Twitchen and North Molton. Also the Eaver barn, the two higher barns, the lower shippen [one illegible], the Mowhaie, the Courtelage below the Mowhaie, the outer Kitchen and storehouse over the same and the Chamber over the two storehouses, the deyhouse and the larder and the two [illegible] and the wool chamber adjoining with the pasturage of the grass of the churchyard [illegible], all in North Molton
Term: five years
Rent: £350 pa

PAIGNTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/537  1 May 1781

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Montagu Edmund Parker of Whiteway, esquire
2) John Ashford of Paignton, yeoman
Blagdon Farm and grounds
Term: 21 years
Rent: £350 pa
Endorsed with a Memorandum of Agreement of further covenants agreed to before the sealing of the deed

PLYMOUTH: Charles  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/538  29 September 1829

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Mary Manley, widow, and the Reverend George Pearse Manley her son, both of Cann Quarry, Devon
Cottage at Great Prince Rock with quay adjoining
Term: 96¼ years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/539  21 December 1896

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Martin Brothers Limited, Plymouth
Quay at Laira Green
Term: 37 years
Rent: £35 pa

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

BORINGDON VILLAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/540  5 September 1863

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Hallett of Plymouth, builder No 4 Boringdon Villas
Term: 99 years
Rent £5 pa
[document cannot be opened]

BRAMBLE PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/541  29 September 1819

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Luscombe of Plympton St Mary, shoemaker Bramble Park
Term: seven years
Rent: £13 pa

COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/542  17 July 1860

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Cornish Elliott of Plymouth, builder
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 28 February 1857 between 2) and 1) [for the whole parcel of ground]
1/3;rd part of a parcel of ground, formerly nos. 1810, 2295 and 1812 on the tithe map of Plympton
St Mary, bounded on the south by the public road to Colebrook
Consideration: Release of 1) by 2) from payment of the annual rent detailed in the original lease
Term: residue of 99 years
Rent: £9 pa

COLLIFORD MEADOWS ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/543  21 June 1733

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Moses Ham of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Eight fields called the two Long Meadows alias the two Colliford meadows, the two Broadparks and the four Hennabrooks
Term: 14 years
Rent: £10 pa
With order for payment of rent to John Parker, son of 1), dated 21 June 1733

[no title]  69/M/4/544  25 March 1745

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Moses Ham of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Eight fields called the two Long meadows alias the two Colliford meadows, two Broadparks and the four Hennabrooks
Term: 14 years
Rent: £10 pa

HIGHER VENTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/545  20 April 1742

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Gale of Plympton St Mary, gent.
Tenement called Edwards Farm in Higher Venton
Consideration: £53/12
Term: 99 years or three lives
Rent: 10s pa
Heriot: 40s

HILL, MIDDLE AND CLAY PARKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/546  25 December 1801

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Philip John Westlake of Plymouth, gent.
2) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Original lease dated 9 October 1742 between William Fortescue and John Westlake
Three closes called Hill, Middle and Clay Parks
Consideration: payment of a £20 annuity
Term: remainder of 99 years or one life

KILN MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/547  26 March 1737

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
2) William Richards the younger of Plympton Earl, butcher
Field called Kiln meadow
Term: eight years
Rent: £7/10 pa

LITTLE PRIORS PARK ETC  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/548  25 March 1753

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Honey of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Four fields and two meadows called Little Priors Park, two Colaparks, Little Tothill Down, Little Tothill Down meadow, Kiln meadow, lying near Merafield and Hardwick
Term: 14 years
Rent: £23 10s pa

[no title]  69/M/4/549  25 March 1767

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Richard Honey the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Four fields and two meadows called Little Priors Park, two Colaparks, Little Tothill Down, Little Tothill Down meadow and Kiln meadow
Term: 14 years
Rent: £26 pa
With coloured plan
Endorsed with George Pridham's memorandum of surrender by operation of a new lease dated 18 October 1850

PEACOCKS FORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/550  24 June 1815

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Croad of Plympton St Mary, labourer
Close of land called Peacocks Ford
Term: 13 3/4; years
Rent: £12 pa

PLYMBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/551  25 March 1806

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Isaac Dewdney of Plympton St Mary
Three fields called Higher, Middle and Lower Plymbridge
Term: nine years
Rent: £10 pa

PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/552  29 September 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Holditch of plympton St Mary, butcher
Close held by John Holditch at the western end of Plympton
Term: seven years
Rent: £8 pa

RECTORY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/553  7 August 1712

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Grace Lady Carteret Baroness Dowager of Hawnes
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Original lease dated 23 May 1709 between the Dean and Canons of the King's Free Chapel of St George within the castle of Windsor and 1)
Plympton St Mary rectory with priests' lodgings and tithes
With testification of consent to a granting of a licence of alienation
Term: remainder of term of 21 years

[no title]  69/M/4/554  25 May 1717

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Edwards of Underwood, yeoman, and John Edwards of Newton Ferrers, yeoman Plympton St Mary rectory with tithes
Term: seven years
Rent: £240 pa

STEERS PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/555  29 September 1805

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Brooking Abbott of Plympton St Mary, inn keeper
Field called Steers Park and the Linhay
Term: seven years
Rent: £14 pa

STONE MEADOWS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/556  8 November 1817

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Holman Jones of Plymouth Dock, shipwright
2) James Cobley of Ridgeway, timber merchant
Original lease dated 25 March 1785 between John Fownes Luttrell and William Tall
The Mill Meadow, lying at the upper end of Stone Meadow
Consideration: £55
With correspondence of George Pridham concerning John Tall's life insurance policy

[no title]  69/M/4/557  25 December 1820

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Anne Marsh of Plympton St Mary, widow
2) Thomas Anderson of Plympton St Mary, baker
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 25 March 1817 between 1) and Henry Marsh of Plympton St Mary [deceased husband of 1)], miller
Two fields called Stone Meadows
Term: remainder of seven years
Rent: £28 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/558  20 May 1809

Contents:
Lease
1) William Tall of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Stevens of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
3) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
Barn, linhay and tenement called Stone alias Stone Grounds
With agreement of 3), in the event of Mary Tall's death before the expiry of the term, for the continuation of 2)'s tenure until the 25 March next following
Term: 50 years
Rent: £81 pa

PLYMPTON ST MARY AND PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/559  26 July 1842

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Little late of Tregoe, St Pinnock, Cornwall, now of Plymstock, yeoman
Four fields called The Ficenes comprising Brockstone, Kingsland, Higher Coles Down and Little Billacombe, Plymstock.
Also a field called Sellor acres in Plympton St Mary
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £30 pa
Enclosed are two valuations of dilapidations on the Wixenford Estate with letter. Dated May 1856

PLYMPTON ST MAURICE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/560  3 January 1810

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Samuel Peter Forster of Plympton St Maurice, esquire
Garden with stable and outhouses in Plympton St Maurice
Term: 40 years or one life
Rent: 5s pa

PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/561  25 March 1830

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Lavers of Plymstock, yeoman
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease not recited
Closes of land called Reedhill, Reedhill Orchard and Portway, part of Fosters alias Leys tenement
Consideration: £112/2/6
Term: remainder of term of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/562  25 March 1830

Contents:
Assignment
1) The Reverend James Lampen Harris of Plymstock, clerk
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease not detailed
Two fields called Blaxton and Kingsland part of Peek's tenement
Consideration: £74/12
Term: remainder of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/4/563  27 November 1846

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Susan Harris Bulteel of Belle Vue, spinster
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 1 April 1785 between the Duchess of Bedford, the Duchess of Marlborough and Robert Palmer of the first part and Christopher Harris of the second part
The Broxton Close consisting of three closes called Broxton, numbers 40, 41 and 62 on Plymstock tithe map
Term: residue of 99 years

MOUNT BATTEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/564  25 March 1820

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Germain of Stoke Damerel, blacksmith
Mount Batten field, Plymstock
Term: 14 years
Rent: £41 pa

[no title]  69/M/4/565  14 June 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Fouracre of Plymouth, esquire
Mount Batten field, Plymstock
Term: 10 years
Rent: £41 pa
Endorsed with Peter Symon's memorandum of his agreement to lease the property. Dated 4 March 1840

[no title]  69/M/4/566  25 February 1840

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Trefusis Smith of Devonport, gent.
Joseph Giles of Devonport, brewer and William Conway of Plymouth, mason
Hooe Stert alias Mount Batten field, Plymstock, with houses, outhouses, quays, wharf and beach
Term: 21 years
Rent: 1s per ton of iron, iron ore, copper or lead and 3d for every ton of limestone
With coloured plan
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender by 2) dated 31 December 1844

[no title]  69/M/4/567  16 August 1841

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Peter Simons of East Stonehouse, lime burner
Mount Batten fields alias Hooe Stert, Plymstock, with house and outhouses
Term: 10 years
Rent: £41 pa
Enclosed are two letters between Mr Newbery and C F Williams: making an appointment; attendance at Court

[no title]  69/M/4/568  9 July 1867; 10 August 1867

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Charles Francis William the younger of Plymouth shipbuilder
Piece of land being part of a field called Mount Batten alias Hooe Stert, Plymstock, bounded on north by Cattewater
Term: 10 years
Rent: £21 pa
Enclosed is a:
Assignment of Lease
1) Charles Francis William the younger
2) Alfred Robinson Mulley of Plymouth, shipbuilder
Original lease dated 9 July 1867 between the earl of Morley and 1)
Moiety of a piece of land being part of a field called Mount Batten alias Hooe Stert, Plymstock, bounded on north by Cattewater
Consideration: £5
Term: remainder of 10 years

SHAUGH PRIOR  [no ref. or date]

LEE MOOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/569  29 September 1807

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Peter Nicholls of Sheepstor, warrener
Part of the common of Lee Moor for warren
Term: 50 years or one life
Rent: £5 pa

UGBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/570  25 March 1754

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) William Maddock of Shaugh, yeoman
Messuage called Brixton and fields called the Horsery, the Warren, the Long Park, the Six acres, the three Eastaways, the Higher and Lower Perry parks, the Cannapark, the Quarry Park, the Great meadow, the Long meadow, the Kitchen meadow, Brixton Down and Pithill piece. Also the two Barnparks. All being parcel of the barton of Brixton
Term: seven years
Rent: £45 pa

NON-MANORIAL LEASES: MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

WESTMINSTER: SACKVILLE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/571  6 March 1765

Contents:
Lease
1) Lieutenant General Harry Pulteney
2) John Calcraft, esquire
Tenement on the west side of Sackville Street, Westminster, Middx
Consideration: £202
Term: 61 years

[no title]  69/M/4/572  21 May 1770

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) John Calcraft late of Parliament Street, but now of Sackville Street, Middlesex, esquire
2) Henry Fothergill of Bedford Row, Middx, esquire, and John Manley of the Middle Temple, London, gent. (executors of the will of George Cooks late of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middx, esquire who was the surviving executor of the will of William East late of Hurley, Berks, esquire)
3) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Original lease dated [illegible] 1730 between 1) the William [illegible] 2) [illegible] and Thomas Phillips and 3) William East Tenement on the west side of Sackville St, Westminster, Middx, with all fixtures
Consideration: £5250 paid to 1) by 3)
5s each paid to 2) [by 3)]
10s paid to 1) by 3)
Term: remainder of term of 61 years

ST MARY ABBOTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/573  29 September 1899

Contents:
Lease
1) Frederick Archibald Vaughan, earl Cawdor
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Premises called No 16 Princes Garden Mews, Kensington.
Term: 20 years
Rent: £100 pa and sums to be paid by the Lessor for fire insurance in the sum of £900

NON-MANORIAL LEASES: SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/4/574  20 May 1566

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of North Molton, esquire
2) William Bickeley, John Jenning and William Rawles of Hilfarence, Somerset, husbandmen
House lying on the north side of Hilfarence Churchyard
Consideration: 55s
Term: 60 years
Rent: 4d pa

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