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Reference AA
Covering dates 12th century - date
Held by Lambeth Palace Library
Extent 9 Sub-fond collections
Creators Archbishop of Canterbury
Arrangement The records are arranged in 9 sub-fonds as follows:
Archbishops' papers: AP
Bishops' Meetings records: BM
Cartae Antiquae et Miscellaneae (Lambeth Charters): CM
Convocation records: Conv
Court of Arches records: Arches
Faculty Office records: F
Lambeth Conference papers: LC
Estate Documents and Temporalities records: ED and T
Vicar General records: V

Administrative history:
The Archbishop of Canterbury is one of the two archbishops within the Church of England, the other being the Archbishop of York. Archbishop Hubert Walter built the first Lambeth House in circa 1200 and Lambeth Palace (London) became the official residence of the Archbishops. The Archbishop of Canterbury has the following roles:
Diocesan Bishop of Canterbury
Since 597, the Archbishop's see has been at Canterbury, and he subsequently exercised jurisdiction over that diocese.
Peculiar jurisdiction (until 1845)
'Peculiars' were those parishes or places which were exempt from the jurisdiction of the bishop in whose diocese they were physically located, and were answerable directly to another. In the case of the archbishop, he exercised episcopal jurisdiction over a number of parishes in various parts of southern England outside the diocese of Canterbury.
Metropolitan for the Southern Province of the Church of England
The Archbishop has metropolitical authority (a supervisory authority for defined purposes) in relation to all bishops and clergy in the 30 dioceses in southern England. (The Archbishop of York has the same authority in relation to the 14 dioceses in northern England.)
Primate of All England
The Archbishop has the lead ecclesiastical role in the Church of England.
Leader of the Anglican Communion
The Anglican Communion comprises the church, in England and abroad, recognising the leadership of the see of Canterbury.

Contents:
The archives of the Archbishops of Canterbury comprise: Archbishops' papers, Bishops' Meetings records, Cartae Antiquae et Miscellaneae (Lambeth Charters), Convocation records, Court of Arches records, Faculty Office records, Lambeth Conference papers, Temporalities records, and Vicar General records.



Cartae Antiquae et Miscellaneae (Lambeth Charters)  CM  c. 1100-1956

55 series

East Kent records  CM 31-36  1286-1690

6 Series

For the deedpolls and indentures the seal is usually pendant, that is, it is on a tag of parchment threaded through two slits at the bottom of the deed; for the bonds (and for some of the deeds) it is on a strip cut from the bottom of the document from right to left, and so hangs down.

Archival history:
AA/CM/34-6: Records relating to the manor of Knowlton which Mr. Leland L. Duncan acquired by purchase consist of court rolls, rentals, and four folios numbered 4 to 7 headed 'Old title to Knowlton Estate, abstracted by T. Symons.' This fragment contains abstracts of some of the original deeds in AA/CM/31

Source of acquisition: The collection was given to the Library by Dr. Richard Caulfield of Cork, but of its history nothing is known.


Arrangement: Deeds (AA/CM/31) formerly arranged by arabic numerals presumably based on an alphabetical arrangement of the first place name mentioned. Present arrangement groups deeds relating to the same property or district. The court rolls (AA/CM/32) are in chronological order.



Related information: British Library Additional MS. 36,591: volume of rentals of Wm. Langley, 1444-1478[81], purchased by the Museum in June 1901 from F. G. B. Crawley, Esq. These rentals refer to the various parcels of land belonging to the Lords of Knowlton. Four bundles of papers relating to the courts baron held for the manors of Knowlton, Sandown, Southcourt and Northcourt, circa 1670 to 1790, survived in private custody.

Contents:
The Deeds are chiefly connected with the lands held by the Langleys, and afterwards the Peytons of Knowlton, while the Court Rolls relate to the manors of Knowlton and Sandown, and range in date from Edward I. to Henry VIII., with one roll for Southcourt of the time of James I.

Bibliography: EAST KENT RECORDS.
A CALENDAR OF SOME UNPUBLISHED DEEDS AND COURT ROLLS IN THE LIBRARY OF LAMBETH PALACE, WITH APPENDICES REFERRING ESPECIALLY TO THE MANORS OF KNOWLTON, SANDOWN, SOUTH COURT, AND NORTH COURT.
EDITED BY
IRENE JOSEPHINE CHURCHILL
(Rent Archaeological Society 1922)


DEEDS.  CM 31  1290-1690

152 items

Deed  CM 31/1  [1489]

Indenture, seal pendant, frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 7

Contents:
Berferston, Oct. 1, 5 Hen. VII. John Gorney of par. of Berferston grants to Robert Kempe [Cf. Cal. of Wills at Canterbury, p. 279.] of the same a messuage with garden adjoining in the same par. containing about 3 virgates of land lying between land of Richard Pypar on E. and tenement of Roger Harnet on W. and King's way on Seal and land of William Harry on N., lately acquired with other lands from Edmund Parker, on condition that R. Kempe pays 4 marks sterling as follows: At Michaelmas next 6s. 8d., and in each year till the sum of 4 marks be paid, with right of re-entry to J. Gorney or his heirs in case of arrears or default. Warranty against all men on these conditions. Witnesses: Master John Baker, Richard Pypar, Henry Wreyth, John Serman, William Benette and Roger Harnet, and many others. Endorsed in 17th cent. hand: John Gorney to Robert Kemp of a howse, 3 ro. of lands in Berton. 1 Oct., 5 Hen. 7.

Deed  CM 31/2  [1504-5]

Deed Poll, seal pendant marked R.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 27

Contents:
Berweston, March 14, 20 Hen. VII. John a Bery, late of Berweston, Kent, grants to Dns. Richard Keysell, vicar of the parish church of Colrode, a messuage with garden adjoining containing about 1½ roods in vill of Berweston between the King's way on N. and E. and messuage of Richard Pypar on W. and cemetery of church of Berweston on S. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Gorney, Richard Pypar, William Mombrey, John Stokys, Robert Kempe and others.

Deed  CM 31/3  [1507-8]

Deed poll, seal pendant, fleur-de-lys.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 11

Contents:
March 4, 23 Hen. VII. Peter a Bery of Wyngham, Kent, one of the sons and heirs of Nicholas a Bery, during his life of the parish of Berston, releases and quit-claims to Henry Tankard, clerk, and Nicholas Opy, gent., now in their full and peaceful possession, to the use of Henry Tankard, his heirs, etc., all rights, etc., as his father held them, in lands and tenements with appurtenances in par. of Berston which belonged to Nicholas a Bery, his father. Warranty against all men. Present at the sealing, relaxation and livery, Thomas Burrant, John Moket, William Hede and others.

Deed  CM 31/4  [1510-11]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked I.H.S.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 28

Contents:
Feb. 22, 2 Hen. VIII. Richard Skarlet of par. of Shepardysweld grants to Henry Tankard, clerk, and Nicholas Opy, gent., to the use of them and their heirs, a messuage and garden annexed with appurtenances, lying together (insimul) in par. of Berfeyston between the King's street on E. and cemetery of parish church of Berfeyston on S., the messuage of Richard Pyper on W., and messuage of Robert Hopkyn and land of Richard Merywether on N., lately acquired by gift and feoffment of Richard Kysell, clerk, of the parish of Colrede, which R. K. had of John Bery, son and one of the heirs of Nicholas a Bery, during his life of Berfeyston. Warranty against all men. Present at the sealing, etc., Thomas Burrant, John Moket, William Hede and others.

Deed  CM 31/5  [1560]

Seal on strip cut from bond marked R. M.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 5

Contents:
July 24, 2 Eliz. Bond of Richard Mockett of par. of Challock, co. Kent, gent., to John Clifforde of par. of Goodneston, carpenter, in £10, for due performance of agreements contained in deed granting one messuage and garden adjoining with appurtenances in par. of Barefreston, Kent, lately belonging to Richard Mokett, namely, that John Clifford and heirs enjoy the land free from all claims from heirs of Richard Mokett or of Elizabeth his daughter, now wife of William White of par. of Northeam, gent. Witnesses: Nicholas Mundy, George Stupell, James Mathewe, John Wale, William Selby, Edward Cocke and others. Signed Rechard Mokett.

Deed  CM 31/6  [1585-6]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked R. M.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 6

Contents:
Feb. 2, 28 Eliz. John Clifford of Elham, Kent, carpenter, grants to Thomas his son his tenements and all lands, etc., in Barestone and Noonnington. Warranty against all men. Delivered, etc., Feb. 18, of year stated, in the presence of Nicholas Mundy, rector of parish church of Barefrestone, Nicholas Spycer and John Lambe of the same.

Deed  CM 31/7  [1402-3]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 79

Contents:
Feb. 12, 4 Hen. IV. William Mot of Nonynton grants to John Derby of the same all his lands at the date of this deed that he held in the vill of Frogenham and in the tenure of Freydevyle. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Newbregge Stephen Benjamyn, Stephen Bynge, Thomas Beniamyn, sen., Thomas Beniamyn, jun., Peter Hangrel, Hamo Gybbe and many others.

Deed  CM 31/8  [1425]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 1

Contents:
Akholte, June 21, 3 Hen. VI. John Helar, son of John Helar, late of Akholte in the par. of Nonynton, Kent, grants to Thomas Hunte parcarius of Cruddyswood a croft of 5 acres with appurtenances at Akholte between the common way of the vill of Akholte on N. and land of Thomas Hopedey on E. and Court land of Lordship of Akholte on S. and W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Orlyston, John Marchaunt, Thomas Hopedey, John Cook, John Veryar', Gervase Dudeman, Richard Guodhyewe. Thomas Lewar', John Bery, Richard Beniamyn and others

Deed  CM 31/9  [1450]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 82

Contents:
Sept. 6, 29 Hen. VI. John Cornewayle demises and grants to John Pluk and John Havkyn of Stormowthe all lands and tenements with appurtenances which he had of the gift and feoffment of John Townyshende, deceased, together with John Derby, sen., lying at Ketyngton in the par. of Nonyngton and Schrynkelynge in par. of Eastry. Witnesses: John Fyneux, John Dowle, Peter Bengemyn, John Grene, Thomas Meefford, William Derby, Richard Goodhewe and others.

Deed  CM 31/10  [1690]

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 133A

Contents:
May 12, 2 Will. and Mary. Bond of William Hamond of St. Albans in the par. of Nonington, Kent, gent., to dame Elizabeth Monins of the par. of Waldersheire in £400 for the fulfilment of the covenants and agreements contained in a pair of indentures of grant and demise bearing even date between the said William Hamond and dame Elizabeth Monins, relict of Sir Edward Monins late of the par. of Waldersheire, bart., deceased. Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Ed. Fellow, H. Twyman, Tho. Nowell. Signed William Hammond.

Deed  CM 31/11  [1 Oct. 1350]

Indenture, seal pendant frag., probably quarterly per fees indented Langley adopted from Perot.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 66

Contents:
Tilmanston, Friday after the Feast of St. Michael 24 Ed. III. Although William de Langele and Cristina his wife granted and demised to Henry Wardeden 40 marks of annual rent out of the manor of Knoltone with all their rights and lands in Schrynklynge as appears in an indentured writing, nevertheless the agreement between the parties is that if William or Cristina or anyone appointed by them pay annually to Henry or his attorney at Tilmanstone for his purparty of the said manor of Knolton, which the same Henry should obtain of right through Katerina his wife, 20 marks twice a year, as is more fully shewn in the indentures made, then this writing concerning 40 marks to be of no effect, but to hold good if at any time William or Cristina make default in the matter of the payment.
Indenture recording an Agreement.
Hec indentura facta die veneris proxime post festum sancti Michaelis anno regni Regis Edwardi tercii a conquestu Anglie vicesimo quarto et Francie undecimo, Testatur quod licet Willelmus de Langele et Cristina uxor eius concesserint & dimiserint Henrico Wardeden quadraginta marcas sterlingorum annalis firme percipiend[as] annuatim de manerio suo de Knoltone cum omnibus juribus & pertinenciis suis simul cum omnibus terris & tenementis suis in Schrynklynge prout in quibusdam scriptis indentatis inter eos de predistis quadraginta marcis confectis plenius continetur. Tamen conuentum est inter partes predictas et concordatum quod si predicti Willelmus vel Cristina aut aliquis nomine eorum soluat annuatim dicto Henrico vel suo serto atturnato apud Tilmanstone pro proparte suo dicti manerii de Knoltone quam de jure idem Henricus optinere deberet per Katerinam uxorem suam viginti marcas sterlingorum ad duos anni terminos prout in indenturis de dicta proparte inter eos confectis plenius apparet quod extunc dicta scripta de predictis quadraginta marcis confecta careant omni vi virtute et effectu. Revera si predicti Willelmus et Cristina heredes et assignati sui defecerint in parte uel in toto solucionem ad aliquem terminum de predictis viginti marcis statutum quod extunc predicta scripta indentata de predictis quadraginta marcis confecta stent in suo robore pleno jure valitur[a]. In cuius rei testimonium hiis indenturis partes predicte sigilla sua alternatim apposuerunt. Data apud Tilmanstone die et anno supradictis.

Deed  CM 31/12  [2 June 1376]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked W. 4 missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 66A

Contents:
Tilmanston, Monday in the week of Pentecost 50 Ed. III. Cristina Langele, Robert atte Pette 'clericus', William Bokyngham 'clericus,' William Berneuile and Thomas Pilholte grant to John Reche all chattels, alive and dead, which they have of the gift and grant of William Langele.

Deed  CM 31/13  [1481]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 80

Contents:
Godnyston, Nov. 24, 21 Ed. IV. John at Sole of par. of Norborne, Kent, grants to William Langle, yantylman, Benedict Webbe, Stephen a Dele and Thomas at Sole all his lands and tenements with appurtenances in the par. of Godnyston or elsewhere in the county, and all his goods and chattels moveable and immoveable, living and dead, with increments as well within the Cinque Ports as without. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Carpenter, Thomas Cheseman, William Prest, John a Pette and William Pyersse and many orthers.

Deed  CM 31/14  [1482]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 67

Contents:
Knolton, June 20, 22 Ed. IV. William Norton of Chellenden grants to William Langley, esq., all his lands in the tenure of Knolton at Prettys containing 6 acres 1½ roods, except a croft included of about 4 acres, lying next to the King's way on the W. and to the land of William Langle on the E., S. and N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Baker of Chellenden, Peter Miller, John a Hewe, John Woddanden, Peter Stowre, John Keler, William Selby and many others.

Deed  CM 31/15  [1498-9]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 60

Contents:
Feb. 12, 14 Hen. VII. John Stowyr of par. of Chelynden, Kent, grants to John Langley, yantylman, of Knolton an acre, with appurtenances, in the par. of Godnyston iuxta Knolton between the land of the said John Langley on the E. and the King's way on the W. abutting on to 'le Chalkepyt' on the S. and land of John Norton and the heirs of John Baker on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Hersyng, John Keler, William Wodman, William a Weyffe and William Fantyng and others.

Deed  CM 31/16  [1500]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 26

Contents:
Chelynden, April 2,15 Hen. VII. William Wodman of Chelynden, Kent, grants to John Langley, gent., of Knolton half an acre with appurtenances in Chelynden near 'le Feylde gate' of John Westcleyffe between the lands of J. W. on S. and N. and the Procession Way on the W. and the lands of J. W. and the heirs of Peter Myller on the E. Warranty against all men, Witnesses: Thomas Hersyng, John Norton, William a Weyffe, John a Worde and William Courteman and others. Present at the delivery of the estate, Wylliam Woodman, W. Cortman, J. Norton, R. Baxe, R. Gate of Gouston, I. Stodam [?], and many others.

Deed  CM 31/17  [1551]

Seal on strip cut from bond.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 76

Contents:
Sept. 1, 5 Ed. VI. Bond of John Norton of Chyllynden, Kent, yoman, to John Payton of Knolton, esq., for £8 to be paid at All Saints next ensuing for the peaceful possession by John Payton of two pieces of land containing by estimation 1½ acres in the parishes of Goodneston and Knolton in Kent, as shewn by a deed bearing date with this and for the discharge of the land of 'all former bargains sales joyntures tytles dowers estatutes merchant and of the staple recognysaunces rent charge rent soke,' and of all other charges and encumbrances, the rents and services thereof due to the chief lords of the fee only excepted. Sealed in the presence of (signed) Thomas Hys, William Hamon, clericus, Richard Stertorer, clericus.

Deed  CM 31/18  [1616]

Seal on strip out from bond, frag., shewing legs of a bird.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 68

Contents:
Nov. 20, 14 Jas. I. Bond of Thomas Fogges of Clerkenwell, Middlesex, esq., to Samuel Peyton of Knolton, Kent, knt. and bart., for £1400 for the fulfilment of the covenants contained in an indenture bearing the date within written made between Thomas Fogges, William Norwood, esq., and Anne his wife, John Sackvile, esq., and Andrew Sackvile, gent., on the one part, and Sir Samuel Peyton, Sir Robert Darell, knt., and Thomas Hales, esq., on the other, and also the covenants contained in other indentures bearing date the first day of this instant month of November made between Thomas Fogges and Sibell his wife, the said William Norwood and Anne his wife and Terringham Norwood, esq., Richard Lovelace, esq., Sir John Shurley, knt., and Thomas Sackvile, esq., on the one part, and the said Sir Samuel Peyton on the other part. Signed Thomas Fogge. Witnesses: (signed) Launcelot Lovelace, Peter Farnden, John Thetford, Thomas Downton, George Denley, William Pepper.

Deed  CM 31/19  [1661-2]

Seal on strip cut from bond, wrapped up.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 65

Contents:
March 10, 14 Chas. II. Bond of Sir Thomas Peyton of Knowlton, Kent, to Richard Bridger of Deale, brewer, for £848 for the performance of the covenants and grants specified in one pair of indentures of bargain and demise bearing even date with this between Sir Thomas Peyton of the one part and Richard Bridger of the other according to the true intent and meaning of the same indentures. [Witnesses torn off.] Signed Thomas Peyton.

Deed  CM 31/20  1664

Seal on strip cut from bond.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 136

Contents:
Sept. 20, 16 Chas. II. Bond of John Saffery of Wootton, Kent, yeoman, to Thomas Norton of Chillenden, yeoman, for £16 for fulfilment of covenants as shewn in an indenture bearing date with this. Signed John Saffry. Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) James Sayer his mark, Wal. Norwood.

Deed  CM 31/21  1665

Seal wrapped up, on strip cut from bond, marked Deed poll

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 20

Contents:
Feb. 3, 18 Chas. II. Bond of Thomas Norton of Chillenden, yeoman, to Thomas Peyton of Knowiton, bart., for £14 for the performance of covenants contained in a deedpoll of bargain and sale of the same date. Signed Thomas Norton, his marke. Sealed in the presence of (signed) Thomas Pettit, Beniamin Gibbon and Daniell Picard.

Deed  CM 31/22  [1499]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 25

Contents:
Chelynden, July 12, 14 Hen. VII. Thomas a Weyffe of Chelynden, Kent, grants to John Keler [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 278.] of the same one acre and one rood with appurtenances lying near Lyndaryscros in par. of Chelynden between the lands of John Westcleyffe on E. and lands of heirs of John Fogge, knt., on W. and common path (semitam) between the barony and le franch[? ize] on S. and the King's way on N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Hersyng, John a Worde, John Norton, William Wodeman, William a Weyffe, Simon Gate, and Robert Quylter.

Deed  CM 31/23  [1507]

Indenture, seal pendant, ? monogram P.K.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 18

Contents:
Chillynden, Sept. 4, 23 Hen. VII. Philip Keler[Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 278.] of par. of Chillynden grants to Richard Benet of Wodecherche, [Cf. ibid., p. 40.] Peter Benet of Halden, [Cf. ibid., p. 40.] William Hert [Cf. ibid., p. 234.] and John Lucas, jun., of Wodecherche, all his lands and tenements in Chillynden and Godenyston to be held to the use of Cecilia Benet of Wodecherche, daughter of John Benet, [Cf. ibid., p. 40.] deceased, and of her assigns for her life, and after her death to the use of Philip and his heirs. Warranty against all men.

Deed  CM 31/24  [1532]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 18A

Contents:
Chyllenden, Oct. 6, 24 Hen. VIII. Philip Kelar of par. of Chyllenden, Kent, husbondman, bought from Thomas Frankelyn, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 186.] late of the same par., yoman, deceased, half an acre called 'le Melbarowe,' with a windmill built on it, in the said par., between the king's way on S. and a way called 'le kynges lynche' on W. and lands of John Gyllyngton on N. and E. Warranty against all men. J. Igulden. [Cf. Town clerk of Sandwich 1522-31, Boys' Hist. of Sandwich, p. 425] Seisin delivered, etc., in the presence of John Norton of Chyllynden, John Stower, Robert Tythbredge of the same, John Igulden of Sandwich [Cf. Town clerk of Sandwich 1522-31, Boys' Hist. of Sandwich, p. 425] and others, viz., Edward Elyard of Sandewich.

Deed  CM 31/25  [1532]

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant on one strip.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 24

Contents:
Chyllenden, Oct. 20, 24 Hen. VIII. Simon Nott and William Norton of par. of Chyllenden, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 349.] Kent, husbondmen, demise and grant to Philip Kelar of the said par., husbondman, half an acre of land called 'le melbarowe' with a windmill built on it in the said par. [boundaries as in AA/CM/31/24] acquired from Philip as is shewn by deed dated Oct. 6, 24 Hen. VIII [i.e. AA/CM/31/24]. Witnesses as on endorsement of AA/CM/31/24.

Deed  CM 31/26  [1547]

Deed poll, seal pendant, marked I. W.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 2

Contents:
Nov. 3, 1 Ed. VI. Henry Franklyn of Rollyng, par. of Goodneston, Kent, grants to Thomas Keler of the same parish about half an acre of land in the par. of Chelenden called 'lee milbarowe' [boundaries as in AA/CM/31/24 but lands of John Gyllyngton now in the hands of John Derton]. Warranty against all men. Witnesses at the sealing, etc., John Davy, Robert Bery, Thomas Cray, all of Chelenden, John Walker of Staple, with others.

Deed  CM 31/27  [1550]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag., bad impression, possibly a merchant's mark.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 21

Contents:
Oct. 27, 4 Ed. VI. Henry Francklyn of Goodneston, Kent, yoman, releases and quit-claims to Thomas Kelar of the same all his rights, present and future, in an acre of land and a dovecot built on it in the par. of Chyllynden adjoining the lands of the said Henry Francklyn on S. and E. and the King's way on N. and W., now in the peaceful possession of Thomas Kelar, which lands Thomas Francklyn of Chyllynden, father of the said Henry, acquired from Philip Kelar, father of the said Thomas, late of Chyllynden, deceased. Warranty against heirs of Henry Francklyn. Present at the sealing, etc., William Hamon, Rector of Chyllynden, John Norton, Clement Dyar.

Deed  CM 31/28  1606

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 22

Contents:
April 21, 4 Jas. I. John Keeler late of Chillenden, Kent, yeoman, sells to Thomas Peiton, knt., [Cf. Cal. of Wills in Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Vol. V., p. 351.] for £128, two messuages and all other lands, tenements, barns and gardens with appurtenances in Chillenden and Godneston. Warranty against all men. Signed John Keeler, his mark, Parnell Keeler. [The signature of John Keeler is written by Parnell.] Sealed, etc. (signed) Antonie Fielde, Lawrence Pepper, Christopher Jenken, Nycholas Tayler, his mark.

Deed  CM 31/29  [1557]

Deed poll, seal wrapped up.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 23

Contents:
Dec. 6, 4 & 5 Phil. and Mary. Thomas Hamon of Nonyngton, Kent, gent., grants to Stephen Crambroke of Wodnesborrow a tenement and garden containing about half an acre and an acre of arable land in the par. of Chelynden and Goodneston, whereof the tenement and garden lie between the land of John Peyton, Esq., on the S., the land of the heirs of John Norton on the N., the land of the Rectors of Chelynden on the E. and the King's way on the W., and the acre lies in Preste felde adjoining the lands of Thomas Hamon and the heirs of John Norton on the E., the land of William Henerecor and John Henerecor on the S., the land of the heirs of John Norton on the W. and to the boundary (listam) between the par. of Goodneston and Chelynden on the N. Warranty against all men. Signed 'by me Thomas Hamon.' Present at the sealing, etc., Wylliam Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Edmond Bourne, John Hamon writer of this deed.
Endorsed in later hand: A ded of fefment of Thomas Hamon to Stephen Crambrock of a tenement and garden cont' half a naker of land and 1 acre of errable land in Chillenden and Goonston with general warrant dat' 4 & 5 P. and M. lieing in Prests feld.

Deed  CM 31/30  [1557]

Seal on strip cut from bond. T. H. on each side of eagle displayed or phoenix rising from flames.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 19

Contents:
Dec. 6, 4 & 5 Phil. and Mary. Bond of Thomas Hamon of Nonyngton, gent., to Thomas Crambrook of Wodnesborrow in £4 for the due performance of covenants contained in a deed of same date granting 1 acre 3 roods and 13 perches of land in the par. of Chelyngden. Signed 'by me Thomas Hamon.' Witnesses: Wylliam Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Edmond Bourne, John Hamon, 'scriptor huius.'

Deed  CM 31/31  [1572]

Deed poll, seal pendant device, crossed flails.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 17

Contents:
June 1, 14 Eliz. Thomas Crambroke of Nonington, Kent, housbandman, grants to Stephen Crambroke his brother, of the par. of Staple, yoman, 1 acre 3 roods and 13 perches lying together in a place called 'Gore' in the par. of Chillenden, adjoining the lands of the heirs of Thomas Hamon on the E. and of the heirs of Thomas Keler on the W., the land of Laurance Omer on the S. and the King's way on the N. Warranty against all men. Sealed in the presence of Nicholas Pepper, Thomas Elver, Thomas Cooke, Ethelbert Omer the writer of this.

Deed  CM 31/32  [1421]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag. shewing bird.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 85

Contents:
Rollynge, April 13, 9 Hen. V. Richard Colyn of Rollynge in the hundred of Wyngham grants to Thomas atte Sole of the same a messuage and 1½ roods with appurtenances lying separately (divisim) in the vill of Rollynge, whereof the messuage lies between the tenements of the heirs of William Jurdan on the N. and the tenement of Cristine Potte on the S. and the common way on the W. and the croft of William Crystyan on the E., and 1½ roods with appurtenances lie in 'le North Rollyngdan' between the land of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury on the E. and the land of the heirs of John atte Sole on the W., abutting on to the land of the heirs of William Jurdan on the N. and the lands of the heirs of Johanna, once (dudum) the wife of John Berham on the S. Witnesses: Symon Cristian, William Cristyan, Gilbert Curtman, William Curtman, Symon Phylpot, John Penffeld, Thomas Cristyan and others.

Deed  CM 31/33  5 April 1603

Deed poll, English, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 52

Contents:
Thomas Cockes [Cf. Diary of Thomas Cocks. Ed. J. Meadows Cowper. Privately printed, 1901.] of the precinct of 'the Cathedrall and Metropoliticall Church of Christ of Canterburie,' gent., releases to Richard Adams of the par. of Mounckton in the Isle of Thanett, Kent, yeoman, all his rights present and future in a messuage, barn, stable, garden, orchard and five acres with appurtenances at Rollinge in the par. of Goodneston, Kent, now in the occupation of Robert Adams, father of the said Richard. Signed by me thabove-named Thomas Cockes. Endosed: Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) John Richardes, John Adams [their marks], William Short.

Deed  CM 31/34  [1514]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag., marked I.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 58

Contents:
June 10, 6 Hen. VIII. Richard Duglas of Elam, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 152.] Kent, yoman, grants to John Hamond of Godnyston 3½ acres with appurtenances lying severally in the par. of Godnyston, whereof 1 acre and 1 rood lie at Rollynghyll between the land of John Hamond on the E., the land of William Nethersole on the W., the land of the heirs of John Broke on the S. and the land of Wylliam Courtman on the N., and 3 roods in the same place between the land of Peter Stower on the E., the land of John Westclyff on the W., the land of the heirs of John Baker and the land of William Nethersole on the N. and the King's way on the S., and 3 roods between the land of John Westclyff on the E., the land of Roger Lychfeld on the W., the land of John Stowyr on the S. and the land of the heirs of John Broke on the N., and 3 roods between the land of the Brethren of the Hospital of St. Nicholas of Herboldown, the land of the Brethren of St. John of Northgate without the walls of city of Canterbury on the S., the land of Symon Gason on the E. and W. and the land of the heirs of Thomas Chambyrlayn on the N. Warranty against all men.

Deed  CM 31/35  1540-1

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant frag., one marked I.W., the same as in AA/CM/21/26.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 50

Contents:
March 20, 32 Hen. VIII William Idley of the par. of Goodneston, Kent, yoman, and John Walker of the par. of Wyngham, Kent, yoman, release to William Taylour [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 467.] of Goodneston, husbondman, all their rights and claims that they have or may have in half of one messuage, one garden, 16 acres of land and 16 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Goodneston and now in his peaceful possession, lately belonging to William Nepeckere and Anne his wife of Sandwich and recovered from him by William Taylour by Fine in the King's Court at Westminster as is shewn in the records enrolled of Hilary Term 32 Hen. VIII [Public Record Office, Feet of Fines, Kent, Hen. VIII., Bdle 22, File 138, fo. 40.] Witnesses [not filled in]. Signed 'be me John Walkere, be me Wylliam Ydley.'

Deed  CM 31/36  1548

Deed poll, seal pendant frag., armorial, much flattened, possibly on a chevron between 3 roundels each charged with a bird, 3 escallops.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 59

Contents:
April 15, 2 Ed. VI. Thomas Hamon of Nonnyngton, Kent, gent., grants to William Idley of Goodneston all his manors, messuages, lands, tenements, rents, suits and services with appurtenances in Goodneston late belonging to John Hamon his father, which one Thomas Richard, deceased, had held to farm by demise of the said Thomas Hamon, and also all manors, etc., which the said Thomas Hamon lately acquired of William Roper, esq., and 10 acres of land with appurtenances lying together (insimul) at Crikkissole in Goodneston, and lately acquired by the said Thomas Hamon from William Quylter, and all lands and tenements in the vill of Rollyng in Goodneston acquired from Simon Gason and William Hamon which a certain John Godfrey now holds to farm by demise of the said Thomas Hamon, also half an acre in the street of Rollyng in the par. of Goodneston which the said Thomas Hamon lately acquired from Robert Coke. Warranty against all men. Signed Thomas Hamon. Present at the sealing and delivery of seisin, William Sherwood of Goodneston, yoman, Vyncent Boyes of Newynngton iuxta Hithe, gent., Thomas Severne of Sandwich, merchaunt, William Hamon, clerk, rector of the Church of Chillenden, John Sarys of Sandwich, commen clerk, with many others.

Deed  CM 31/37  [1589]

Deed poll, seal pendant, floreated cross.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 47

Contents:
June 17, 31 Eliz. John Idley of the town (villa) and port of Dover, gent., releases to John Richardes of the par. of Goodnestone, yoman, all his rights present and future in 3 messuages in the vill of Rollinge in Goodnestone and in all buildings, orchards, etc., of about 124 acres in Rollinge and Twytham in Goodnestone now in the full and peaceful possession and in the tenure or occupation of the said John Richardes or of his assigns, of which lands William Idley, gent., grandfather of the said John Idley, lately died seised in his demesne as of fee. Warranty against John Idley and his heirs. Signed 'By me John Idlye.' Present at the time of sealing, etc.: Signed Henry Harflete, William Tucker: Jhon Pett, Robert Adams [their marks]

Deed  CM 31/38  [1592]

Seal on strip cut from bond, damaged, apparently marked W.I. entwined by a knot.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 61

Contents:
Dec. 30, 35 Eliz. Bond of William Idley of Eastry, Kent, gent., to John Richardes of Goodneston, yoman, in £10 to ensure the quiet enjoyment by John Richardes, his heirs, etc., of that piece of land with appurtenances of about an acre at Shortenden in Goodneston purchased by John Richardes from William Idley by 'poll dede' bearing date with this, free from intrusion from the heirs of the said William or of Jane his wife, or of John Idley deceased brother of William, or from the title of jointure of Jane. Signed William Idley. Witnesses: (signed) Stephen Horne, William Saffery [their marks].

Deed  CM 31/39  [1575]

Deed poll, seal pendant, marked W.V., with floral ornament.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 108

Contents:
March 30, 17 Eliz. Thomas Idley of the par. of St. Mary de Bredne near the walls of city of Canterbury grants and sells to John Richards of the par. of Goodnestone, Kent, yeoman, all his half in a tenement and other buildings and about 23 acres of land in the par. of Staple and Winnesbourowe, Kent, and now in the tenure or occupation of John Adams. Warranty against all men. Signed Thomas Idlie. Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) William Heneker, Ethelbert Omer, John Jones, William Vanwylder.

Deed  CM 31/40  [1575]

Deed of Attorney, seal pendant damaged, letters, one apparently E.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 48

Contents:
March 30, 17 Eliz. John Richardes of the par. of Goodnestone, Kent, yeoman, appoints Thomas Cuntrey of the same his attorney for receiving seisin from Thomas Idley [as in AA/CM/31/39] of and in two parts divided in three of 6 messuages and about 200 acres of land lying separately in the parishes of Goodnestone, Winsbourowe, Staple, Walmer and Hedcorne, and in half a messuage and 23 acres of land in the par. of Staple and Winsborowe according to the charters made between the said Richardes and Idley bearing date with this. [i.e., AA/CM/31/39. Cf. also AA/CM/31/42, the release.] Endorsed: Sealed and delyvered in the presence of (signed) William Heneker, Ethelberte Omer, John Jones.

Deed  CM 31/41  [1575]

Seal on strip cut from bond.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 14

Contents:
March 30, 17 Eliz. Bond of Thomas Idley of the par. of St. Marie de Bredne near the walls of city of Canterbury to John Richardes of the par. of Goodneston, yeoman, in £600 for the fulfilment of covenants contained in an indenture bearing date with this. Signed Thomas Idley. Witnesses: (signed) Rychard Gaunt, Edward Hamon, Robert Raylton, William Vanwilder, William Heniker, John Jones, Ethelberte Omer, John Marley.

Deed  CM 31/42  [1576-7]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 46

Contents:
Feb. 10, 19 Eliz. Thomas Idley of the par. of St. Mary de Bredne near the walls of city of Canterbury grants and releases to John Richardes of the par. of Gudneston, Kent, yeoman, all his rights present and future in 6 messuages and about 200 acres of land and in 27s. 0½d. of rent and the rent of 2 hens with appurtenances in Gudneston, Winesbourowe, Staple, Walmer and Hedcorne, and now in the peaceful possession of the said Richardes. Warranty against all men. Signed Thomas Idley. Endorsed: Sealed and delyvered in the presence of (signed) J. Smyth, Thomas Marsters, Myhell Huffam, Robart Deane.

Deed  CM 31/43  [1590]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 51

Contents:
Oct. 25, 32 Eliz. John Bate of Noningeton, Kent, yeoman, grants and sells to John Rychardes of Goodneston near Wingeham, yeoman, a piece of land of about an acre and 3 virgates in Goodneston in a place called Rowelingefield bordering the lands of the Brethren of Harboledowne on the N. and S., the lands of John Francklyn on the E., and the lands of William Heniker and lands of Henry Norton on the W. Warranty against all men. (Signed) Mark of John Bate.
Endorsed: Sealed and state delyvered accordinge to the deed within writen in the presence of (signed) Robert Adams, Henrye Whitheade [marks], with others.
Later hand: John Bates grant of one acres and 3 perches of land in Goodneston to John Richards for ever.

Deed  CM 31/44  [1590]

Seal on strip cut from bond, marked W.H.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 51A

Contents:
Oct. 25, 32 Eliz. Bond of John Bate of Noningeton, Kent, yeoman, to John Rychardes of Goodneston near Wingeham, yeoman, in £30 for the peaceful possession by John Rychardes of a piece of land of 1 acre and 3 yards in Goodneston of which he was enfeoffed by 'deed poole' bearing date with this, free from all claims especially of title of jointure or dower of Margerye now the wife of John Bate, and for the assuring the title of the said Rychardes by John Bates and Margery within the next two years by fine, feoffment or recovery, etc. Sealed, etc., in the presence of (signed) Robert Adams, Henry Whitheade [marks] and others.

Deed  CM 31/45  [1590]

Indenture English, seal pendant marked H.W.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 44

Contents:
Oct. 23, 32 Eliz. John Rychardes of Goodneston next Wingeham, Kent, yeoman, exchanges with Walter Cooper of Goodneston, husbandeman, and gives him a piece of land in Goodneston of one 'acree' and 12 perches, abutting on to his [J. R.'s] lands E. and S., and to those of Walter Cooper on the W., to the Queen's lands and the lands of John Francklyn on the N., in exchange for a piece of land of 1 acre and 16 perches at Holtes croft in Goodneston abutting on to the lands of John Richardes on the E., W. and S., and the Queen's high way on the N.; the exchange to be valid only so long as both parties enjoy peaceable possession of the exchanged parts. Signed The mark of Walter Cooper.
Sealed, etc. (signed) Robert Adams, Henrye Whitheade [marks], with others.
Endorsed in later hand: 'to Gabriell Richards.'

Deed  CM 31/46  [1590]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag., somewhat damaged, H.W.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 49

Contents:
Oct. 21, 32 Eliz. Walter Cooper of Goodneston next Wingeham, Kent, husbandeman, grants to John Richardes of the same, yoman, half an acre in Goodneston at the place called Blages, adjoining the lands of the Brethren of St. John and of Harrables downe on the W. and the lands of John Francklyn on the N., and the Masters of the Hospital of Ospringe on the E. and the King's street on the S. Warranty against all men. Signed The marke of Walter Cooper. Sealed, etc.: (signed) Robert Adams, Henry Whitheade [marks], with others.

Deed  CM 31/47  [1590]

Seal on strip cut from bond marked W.H.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 54

Contents:
Oct. 26, 32 Eliz. Bond of Walter Cooper of Goodneston near Wingeham, Kent, husbandman, to John Rychardes of the same, yeoman, in £10 to ensure that whereas Walter Cooper by two 'poole deds' enfeoffed and confirmed to John Rychardes two pieces of land, one containing half an acre and 20 perches, and the other half an acre in Goodneston, as shewn in the deeds, John Rychardes or his heirs shall enjoy peaceable possession after the decease of the said Walter Cooper without claim of jointure or dower of Alice, wife of Walter Cooper, or other disturbances, [Public Record Office Feet of Fines, Kent, 32-33 Eliz., Mich. Bdle. 150, Pt. I., between John Richardes and Ralph Grove, and Walter Cooper and Alice his wife concerning a messuage, a garden, 6 ac. of land and an acre of pasture with appurtenances in Goodneston for £40.] and that if Walter Cooper at any time sell his land or any part thereof then John Rychardes shall have the forsaking thereof for his money before any other person. Signed 'The marke of Walter Cooper.' Witnesses: (signed) Robert Adams, Henry Whitheade and John Bate [marks].

Deed  CM 31/48  [1590-1]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 55

Contents:
Feb. 27, 33 Eliz. John Rychardes of the par. of Goodneston, Kent, yeoman, for £20 value in chattels, etc., given him by Walter Cooper of the said parish, husbandman, gives back and confirms to the heirs of the said Walter and of Alice his wife an annual rent of 40s. out of the lands of the said John Rychardes in Goodneston and elsewhere in the county payable twice yearly [and as in AA/CM/31/49]. Signed Mark of Walter Cooper. Endorsed: Sealed, delyvered and fower pence geven in the name of Seizon to the use withein writen in the presence of Edwarde Engeham, Robert Adams, Henry Whitheade, Thomas Dixsonne and Robert Sladen.

Deed  CM 31/49  [1592]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 56

Contents:
Sept. 9, 34 Eliz. John Richardes of Goodneston, Kent, yeoman, for £20 worth of chattels, etc., paid by Walter Cooper of the port of Sandwich, yeoman, grants and confirms to William Swafer, Isaac Cooper, Thomas Cooper, Cretare Seman, Margaret Swafer and Alice Cooper a certain annuity or annual rent of 40s. from all his tenements in the par. of Goodneston or elsewhere in the county of Kent, payable in equal portions at the Annunciation of B.V.M. and the feast of St. Michael, the first payment to begin in the first of the feasts in the second year after the decease of the longer living of the said Walter Cooper and Alice his wife: in case of arrears, right of distraint to grantees, their heirs, executors or assigns: possession of rent given by payment of 4d. sterling; but if the said John Richardes or his heirs pays to the said grantees their heirs or assigns at one whole payment on the first day in the second year next after the death of the longer living of Walter and Alice between the first and the fourth hour after noon of that day at or on the big stone lying before the porch of the parish church of Goodneston the sum of £20 and arrears of the said annuity if any, then this agreement to be void. Present at the time of sealing and delivery of possession (signed) Ant. Winyates, Henry Whitheade.

Deed  CM 31/50  [1591-2]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 43

Contents:
Jan. 27, 34 Eliz. John Francklyn of Goodneston, Kent, yeoman, releases to John Rychardes of the par. and county aforesaid, yeoman, all his rights present and future in four pieces of land with appurtenances in Goodneston, whereof one piece of a virgate and 30 perches adjoin the land of the said John Richardes on the E. N. and S. and a certain droveway on the W., another of half an acre abuts on to the land of the said John on W., N. and S. and the drove way on the E., and another 1½ virgates on to the land of Taberders on the W., the land of the said John Rychardes on the E. and S., and the churchway on the N., and the last piece, a virgate at Longeland, abuts on the land of Taberders on the E. and the land of John Rychardes on the W. and N., now in the said John Rychardes peaceful possession, and all quarrels, etc., against the said John Rychardes. Warranty against all men. Signed The mark of John Francklyn. Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Stephen Bateman, Henrye Whitheade.

Deed  CM 31/51  [1599]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked W.T.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 53

Contents:
May 10, 41 Eliz. William Tucker of Goodneston near Wingham, Kent, yoman, in consideration of a certain sum grants and sells to John Richardes of Goodneston, yoman, a piece of arable land of about 1 virgate, 24 perches in Goodneston in a place called Combehill between the land of the said John Richardes on the W. and S., the land of William Tucker on the E. and the land of William Godfrey on the N., and the land of John Francklyn on the W. Warranty against all men. Signed Willim Tucker. Present at the time of sealing, etc., (signed) William Brounsmith, Robert Adam, his mark.

Deed  CM 31/52  [1607-8]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 57

Contents:
March 19, 5 Jas. I. John Richardes of Goodneston near Wingham, Kent, yoman, releases to William Brownsmith of Nonington, Kent, and Edward his son all his rights present and future in a messuage and barn with several buildings and appurtenances, and 6½ acres of land in the par. of Goodneston as the 'metes and bundes' show, in the peaceful possession of the said W. and E. Brownsmith and now in the tenure or occupation of George Harte. Signed John Rychardes'marke. Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Anthony Fielde and John Taylor.

Deed  CM 31/53  1619[-20]

Seal on strip cut from bond frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 45

Contents:
Feb. 4. Bond of Henry Richardes of Goodneston, Kent, gent., to Gabriel Richardes of the city of Canterbury, haberdasher, in £120 for the payment of £31 10s. on August 7 next at the house of Mary Bowdon, widow, in Ivylane, London, for the which Gabriell Richardes, together with Daniell Adams of London, taylor, and the within bounden Henry Richardes, at the instance and for the debt of the latter, are bound to Rowland Johnes of Paddington, Middlesex, yeoman, in £60, and also the said Gabriell and Henry are bound to Daniell Adams in £100 for the payment to Rowland Johnes of the said sum of £31 10s. at the time and place above. Signed Hen. Richard. Sealed in the presence of (signed) Hen. Reeve, scrivener, Leon. Boden.

Deed  CM 31/54  [1628]

Seal on strips cut from bond, of which one is seal 'pro debitis recuperandis,' a triple rose of five leaves, barbed and seeded, ensigned with crown between C.R. Legend,. ro debi... .... uper .....

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 13

Contents:
Oct. 31, 4 Chas. I. Bond of William Dickenson alias Diconson of Canterbury, gent., to Gabriel Richardes of the same, gent., in £1500 payable at Christmas next; in case of default recovery to be had under Statute Staple. Signed William Diconson, Tho. Rychardson. Hampson. Endorsed: William Dickenson statut of 1500li. to G. Rds, 4to Car. I. 3

Deed  CM 31/55  1628[-9]

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 15

Contents:
Feb. 25, 4 Chas. I. Bond in £1000 for fulfilment of covenants contained in a tripartite indenture of the same date between Cheyney Ebourne of the city of Canterbury, mercer, and Gabriell Richars of the same, Haberdasher, and Paule Petit of the same. Signed Cheiney Ebourne. Sealed in the presence of Peter Pyard, John Bingham.

Deed  CM 31/56  17 March 1648

Seal on strips cut from bond, one, shield consisting of two coats impaled, dexter griffin passant, sinister a chevron with possibly other charges: and one, ? a crusilly field, impression from a signet ring.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 143

Contents:
Bond of Avery, Charles and Francis Giles, all of the par. of Boughton Aluph, Kent, gents., to Gabriel Richardes of the manor of Rowling, par. of Goodnestone near Wingham, gent., in £100 to ensure the peaceable enjoyment by the said Gabriel of a messuage with three 'acares' of land with appurtenances in Sommerfield, par. of Winsborowe alias Woodnesborough, granted and sold him by the said Averie, Charles and Francis, and also that at all times the said Averie, Charles and Francis do all in the law necessary to confirm the estate. Signed Avery Giles, Charles Gyles, Francis Gyles. Sealed in the presence of Robert Brodnax, Stephen Streater. 3

Deed  CM 31/57  [2 June 1373]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 74

Contents:
Knolton, Thursday next before the Feast of Pentecost, 47 Ed. III. John Towcestre of Hamholde grants to Sir Robert Crophull all lands and tenements acquired from Henry Beane in the tenure of Knolton. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William de Langele, Nicholas Clement of Knolton, John de Knolton, John Cristiane of Tykenherst, William de Bonyate of the same, Walter Carpenter of the same, John Wat of the same, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/58  [1389-90]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 69

Contents:
Feb.--, 13 Ric. II. Clemencia late the wife of Nicholas Clement of Knolton releases and quitclaims to Dns. John Tykenherst, rector of the Church of Knolton, and William atte Berton, his heirs and assigns, all her rights present and future in the lands and tenements which the said John and William have of the gift and feoffment of the said Nicholas in the said par. of Estry and Knolton, so that she is excluded from all actions of dower, etc. Witnesses [not filled in]. Endorsed: Relaxacio Clemencie que fuit uxor Nicholai Clement de dote sua.
Release by Deedpoll.
Pateat universis per presentes me Clemenciam que fui uxor Nicholai Clement de Knolton remisisse relaxasse & omnino quietum clamasse Domino Johanni Tykenherst Rectori ecclesie de Knolton predicta & Willelmo atte Berton heredibus & assignatis ipsius Willelmi totum jus meum & omnimodam actionem dotis que habeo seu quouismodo habere potero in omnibus illis torris & tenementis que predicti Dominus Johannes & Willelmus nuper habuerunt ex dono & feoffamento predicti Nicholai in parochiis de Estry & Knolton predicta. Ita quod ego predicta Clemencia ab omni actione dotis ac juris de predictis terris & tenementis imposterum manutenenda penitus sim exclusa per presentes. In cuius rei testimonium presentibus sigillum meum apposui [blank] mensis Februarii anno regnorum [sic] Ricardi regis Anglie & Francie Tereiodecimo. Hiis testibus [not filled in].

Deed  CM 31/59  [1407-8]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked I between spear head and flower.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 77

Contents:
Tykenherst, March 18, 9 Hen. IV. John Meller son of William Meller of Eastri, grants to John Godewyn of Knolton 3 virgates and 2 ft. of land with appurtenances lying separately (divisim) in par. of Knolton and in the tenure of Northborne in a place called Nylond, whereof 1½ virgates and 2 ft. lie between the lands of Walter Carpenter, jun., on the E. and land of William Carpenter on the S., and land of John Hamon on the W. and the common way on the N.; 1½ virg. lie between the lands of the said William Carpenter on the E. and S. and the land of John Cristian on the W. and the land of William Bonynton on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Rysburgh, Benedict Webbe, William Bonynton, Walter Carpenter, William Carpenter, Thomas Baker, William Webbe and others.

Deed  CM 31/60  [29 Jan. 1390-1]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 121

Contents:
Tykenherst, Sunday next after the Conversion of St. Paul, 14 Ric. II. Robert Fyneaux of Scholdon, jun., grants to Gilbert Hegge of Tykenhurst 3 roods and 12 men's feet of arable land in Pittedane in the tenure of Northbourne between the land of Master Richard Tykenherst on the W. and the land of Walter Carpenter, jun., on the E., abutting on to the King's street on the S., and Donnewey on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Cristyan, Walter Carpenter, jun., William Carpenter, Walter Carpenter, sen., William Webbe, Benedict Webbe, Alexander Yevote, John Pitte and others.

Deed  CM 31/61  [1400]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed, frag., merchant's mark, much damaged.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 127

Contents:
Tikenherst iuxta Knolton, March 31, 1 Hen. IV. John le Vale releases and quit-claims to Gilbert Hegge of Tykenherst all his rights and claims present and future in one acre except 4 feet lying at Pette between the lands of Walter Carpenter, jun., on the E. and the road to Pette on the S. and the land of the heirs of Richard Tikenherst on the W. and Donne to the N. acquired from Robert Finex. Witnesses: John Knolton, Thomas Pette, John Pette, William Herlonde of Messebergh, and Henry Musserde, sen.

Deed  CM 31/62  [31 Dec. 1408]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 127A

Contents:
Tykenherst, Monday after the feast of the Nativity, 10 Hen. IV. Gilbert Hegge grants to Roger Hegge, his son, all his lands and tenements with their appurtenances in Tykenherst in the par. of Knolton in the tenure of Northborne to be held under the following condition, viz., that Roger, his heirs, executors or assigns shall pay to Gilbert or his heirs or executors 13 marks sterling (particulariter) on the thirteen feasts of the Nativity of Our Lord next following, namely, before the 12th day of each feast 13s. 4d. If Roger makes default wholly or in part, Gilbert has the right of re-entry. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Walter Carpenter, jun., William Bonynton, William Carpenter, John Ryssheburgh, John Carpenter, jun., and others.

Deed  CM 31/63  [1421]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 124

Contents:
Tykenerste, May 18, 9 Hen. V. Although Roger Hegge of Canterbury enfeoffed and gave seisin to William atte Halle of Tykenerste in the hundred of Cornlo of all his lands in Tykenerste and in the par. of Knolton as is shewn in a deed dated May 18, 9 Hen. V, the convention between the said two parties is that on the livery of seisin of the lands and tenements openly recited and recorded that William atte Halle, his heirs, executors or assigns shall pay to Roger or his heirs [etc.] £7 sterling of good English money (particulariter) within 4¼ years or before 12th day of the same terms next following at Canterbury where Roger lives, viz., at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next 13s. 4d., and at the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary then next following 20s., and at the same terms the same sums for the next three years following, and then on the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next after that 6s. 8d., and shall remain in possession of the land; if the sums shall be at any time in arrears for 12 days, then the said Roger has the right of re-entry. Witnesses as for the charter [? cf. AA/CM/31/64].

Deed  CM 31/64  [1421]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 126

Contents:
Tykenherste, May 18, 9 Hen. V. Roger Hegge of Canterbury grants to William atte Halle of Tykenerste in the hundred of Cornlo all his lands and tenements in Tykenerste in the par. of Knolton. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Garwynton, Benedict Webbe, Nicholas Curteys, John Guodwyne, John Webbe, John Carpenter, William Webbe, Nicholas atte Pette, Peter Boltone, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/65  [1446]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked I between two devices, crown above.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 73

Contents:
Tekynherst, June 2, 24 Hen. VI. John Wynchestre of Tekynherst in the par. of Knolton grants to John Bounde [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 57.] of Combe in the par. of Wodenesbergh all his lands and tenements in the par. of Knolton and elsewhere in the county of Kent. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Webbe, John Godon, William atte Halle of Tekynherst, Peter Botton, Robert Halke and others.

Deed  CM 31/66  [1290]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked P. with a crown, one missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 120

Contents:
Tykynherst, June 29, 18 Ed. I. Thomas Amye and John Amye, late of Tykynherst in the par. of Knolton, grant to William Carpenter of the same a tenement with about 5½ acres of land with its appurtenances lying separately in Tykynherst, whereof the tenement and 1½ acres adjoining with its appurtenances lie between the common way S. and E. and the land of Benedict Webbe N. and W., and 3 roods lie between the highway on the W. and the lands of the said William Carpenter on the N. and the lands of the heirs of Richard Boteler on the S. and E., and 4½ acres in a croft between the common church way leading to Knolton on the E. and the common way on the N. and the lands of William Langele on the S. and the lands of the tenants of Thomas a Pette on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Prest, William Peiers, William Apette, John at Sole, Thomas Carpenter, and many others.
Grant and Confirmation by Deedpoll.
Sciant presentes et futuri quod nos Thomas Amye & Johannes Amye nuper de Tykynherst in parochia de Knolton dedimus concessimus & per presenti [sic] carta [sic] nostra confirmauimus Willelmo Carpenter de eadem unum tenementum cum quinque acris terre et dimidia acra terre siue maius sive minus cum suis pertinenciis diuisim jacentibus in Tykynherst in parochia predicta unde dictum tenementum cum una acra terre eidem adiacente cum suis pertinenciis iacet inter Communem viam versus south & east & terram Benedicti Webbe versus north & west & tres rode terre cum suis pertinenciis iacent ibidem inter Communem viam versus west & terram mei Willelmi Carpenter versus north & terram heredum Ricardi Boteler versus South & east & quatuor acre terre & dimidia acra terre cum suis pertinenciis iacent ibidem in quodam Crofto inter Communem ecclesiasticam viam que ducit ad Knolton versus east & Communem viam versus north & terram Willelmi Langle versus South & terram tenentium Thome Apette versus west habendum & tenendum predictum tenementum cum quinque acris terre & dimidia acra terre siue maius siue minus cum suis pertinenciis prefato Willelmo Carpenter heredibus & assignatis suis imperpetuum De Capitalibus dominis feodi illius per seruicia inde debita & de iure consueta. Et nos predicti Thomas & Johannes & heredes nostri predictum tenementum cum quinque acris terre & dimidia acra terre siue maius siue minus cum suis pertinenciis prefato Willelmo Carpenter heredibus & assignatis suis contra omnes gentes Warantizabimus imperpetuum per presentes. In cuius rei testimonium huic presenti carte nostre Sigilla nostra apposuimus. Data apud Tykynherst predicto penultimo die mensis Junii anno regni regis Edwardi post conquestum Anglie octauo-decimo. Hiis testibus Willelmo Prest, Willelmo Peiers, Willelmo Apette, Johanne at Sole, Thoma Carpenter & multis aliis.

Deed  CM 31/67  [1359]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 125

Contents:
Tykenherst in the week of Pentecost, viz., June 10, 33 Ed. III. Simon Malemeyn of Tykenherst grants to Thomas Carpenter of the same one rood with appurtenances lying at Tykenherst in a place called 'Byestetoun' between the land of Thomas on the S. and his own land on the N., abutting on to the land of John Perot on the E. and on to his own messuage on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John de Bonynton, Benedict de Bonynton, John de Pette, jun., John Polroun, Thomas Webbe, John Webbe, Robert Humfrey, Richard de Tykenherst, clerk, and others.

Deed  CM 31/68  [1431]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed, T. crowned.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 128

Contents:
Teknerst, May 25, 9 Hen. VI. Custance Thornton of the par. of Nonynton, late the wife of John Carpunter of Teknerst in the par. of Knolton, releases to Margaret Carpunter her daughter all her rights and claims present and future in the lands and tenements with appurtenances which the said Custance had by feoffment of Walter Carpunter, sen., of Tyknerst, lying in the par. of Knolton in the tenure of Norbourne and in the Hundred of Corlow. Witnesses: John Webbe, Thomas Catwat, John Guodwyn, John Christian, John Wynchestr', and many others.

Deed  CM 31/69  [1431]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 64

Contents:
Tykenherst, June 4, 9 Hen. VI. Margaret Carpenter of Ketyngton of par. of Nonyngton, Kent, grants for ever to William atte Halle of Tykenherst a garden surrounded by trees, walls and hedges, 2 acres and 3 roods of arable land lying separately (divisim) in the par. of Knolton, in the tenure of Northbourne in the Hundred of Cornolo, whereof the said garden, with 2 acres of land together (conjunctim) below (subtus) it, lies at Tykenherst between the land of John Cristyan on the E. and the common street on the W., and the land of the heirs of John Frenne on the S. and the land of the said William atte Halle on the N., and 3 roods lie together at Hareynden Merke between the land of William Carpenter on the N. and the land of Benedict Webbe on the S., and abutting on to the bounds (super listam) of the Hundred of Eastry on the E. and on to the land of Benedict Webbe on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Webbe, Thomas Catewade, John Godewyn, John Cristyan, William Carpenter, John Wynchestre, William atte Pette and others.

Deed  CM 31/70  [24 June 1431]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag. marked I.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 123

Contents:
Tyknerst on the feast of St. John the Baptist, 9 Hen. VI. Margaret Carpunter, daughter of John Carpunter of Tyknerst in the par. of Knolton, grants to William atte Halle of Tyknerst the lands which fell to her by inheritance from her father or which shall fall to her by what means so ever in the future in the vill of Teknerst and in the par. of Knolton in the tenure of Norbourne and in the H. of Corlow. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Webbe, Thomas Catwat, John Guodwyn, John Christian, John Wynchester, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/71  [1432]

Indenture, seal pendant frag., Virgin and child, fragment of marginal letters uncertain. ? Joan.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 123A

Contents:
Tykynherst, Nov. 10, 11 Hen. VI. Recital by John Webbe and John Godwyn that William Webbe of Tykynherst having lately enfeoffed John Webbe and John Godwyn of Tykynherst, par. of Knolton, of a messuage with appurtenances in Tykynherst between the Rectory there on the S. and the king's [way] to the E. and the land of the said John Webbe on the N. and W., nevertheless the said John Webbe and John Godwyn have demised, granted and delivered to Johanna, once the wife of the said William Webbe, for the term of her life the said messuage, so that on her death it shall remain to Thomas, son of William Webbe, his heirs or assigns for ever. Witnesses: Thomas Catwade, William atte Halle, John Wynchester, William atte Pette, William Carpenter, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/72  [1436-7]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 129A

Contents:
Tykenherst, Jan. 1, 15 Hen. VI. Thomas Webbe of Chylynden, Kent, housebandman, grants to William atte Halle of Tykenherst in the par. of Knolton a messuage with appurtenances at Tykenherst between the Rectory on the S. and the King's street on the E. and the land of John Webbe on the N. and W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Walter Langle, esq., John Webbe, Thomas Cadewade, John Gwodewyn, John Cadewad, John Wynchester, John Sayer, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/73  [1462]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked R.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 75

Contents:
Tekynherst, July 10, 2 Ed. IV. William Carpenter, sen., of Tekynherst in the par. of Knolton grants to William Carpenter his son and William Perys of par. of Godeneston all his lands and chattels moveable and immoveable in the par. of Knolton or elsewhere in the county of Kent. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Hamme, jun., Richard Whytefeld, Robert Hogham, Benedict Webbe, William Prest and others.

Deed  CM 31/74  [1475]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag. Remains of crowned H.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 117

Contents:
Tekynherst, April 19, 15 Ed. IV. Benedict Webbe of Tekynherst in the par. of Norbourne, Kent, grants to William Carpenter of Tekynherst a garden at Tekynherst between the common way on the E. and the messuage of the heirs of John Amy on the S. and the messuage of the said William on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Langle, gentylman, Robert Halke, John Whytefeld, Richard Whytefeld, Robert Bourener and others.

Deed  CM 31/75  [1478]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 137

Contents:
Hamwold, July 6, 18 Ed. IV. Richard Whytefeld grants to William Langle and William Carpenter 4 acres and 3 roods lying separately at Hamwold in the par. of Wodenesbergh, whereof 3 ro. lie at Grete between the lands of the hospital of St. Thomas on the E. and the ditch (fossat') leading between the liberty of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury and the Barony on the W., and 2 acres between the lands late of Stephen Bynton on the W. and the land of Robert Mersh on the E., and 3 ro. between the lands of the heirs of John Knyth on the W. and E., and half an acre between the land of the heirs of Thomas Watte on the E. and W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Robert Halke, Benedict Webbe, William Pysyng, Robert Bourener, John Watte and others.

Deed  CM 31/76  [1550]

Deed poll, seal pendant Tree coming out of tub crossed by straight post horn.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 81

Contents:
June 3, 4 Ed. VI. Thomas Qwylter of Estry, Kent, yoman, for £7 paid by Michael Fraunces of Wynsbrought, grants to the said Michael a croft of land with appurtenances, containing 3 acres in the par. of Northborne, called Tyckenest, bounded on the E. by the lands of the said T. Qwylter, on the W. and N. by that of the said Fraunces, and on the S. by the common way. Warranty against all men. Signed 'Be me Thomas Quylter.' Present at the sealing and delivery of seisin, John Walker, Simon Cashowe and Geoffrey Herryson, with others.

Deed  CM 31/77  [1550]

Deed poll, seal pendant I.S. with heart between.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 122

Contents:
Oct. 5, 4 Ed. VI. Michaell Fraunces of Wynnesborowe, Kent, yoman, grants to John Stoddard of Worth alias Worde, yoman, a messuage with appurtenances (omnibus domibus et edificiis spectantibus) at Tykenherst and 47 acres of arable and pasture land belonging to it in the par. of Northborne and Wynnesborowe, Kent. Warranty against all men. Signed Be me Myhell Frauncys. Present at the sealing and delivery of seisin, John Love of Shorne next Gravesend, Edward Knight, Henry Neame of Wynnesborowe, Robert Stoddard and Robert Beake of Northbourne, and John Sarys, 'scriptor istius carte,' and many others.

Deed  CM 31/78  [1559]

Seal on strip cut from deed, device, flail.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 83

Contents:
Sept. 23, 1 Eliz. Bond of Michael Fraunces of Wynnesborowe, Kent, yoman, to John Stoddard of Worde, yoman, in £40 to ensure peaceable possession to the said John and his heirs in 13 acres of land called Ticknes in par. of Norborne granted by deed bearing date with this and the handing over of all 'Evydences, dedes, Charters (Chres), Escriptes, Writinges and mynumentes,' before the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or copies, at the cost of the said John and the taking of the necessary legal action for the extinguishment of the jointure or title of dower of Jane the wife of Michael within the next two years by the said John. Signed be me Mighell Fraunces. Witnesses as in AA/CM/31/79.

Deed  CM 31/79  [1559]

Deed poll, s p. frag., flail, the same as AA/CM/31/78

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 129

Contents:
Sept. 24, 1 Eliz. Michael Fraunces of Wynnesborowe, Kent, yoman, releases and quit-claims to John Stoddard of Worde, yoman, all his rights and claims present and future in two pieces of arable and pasture land of about 13 acres at a place called Ticknes in the par. of Norborne lying between the lands of Michael Fraunces and the King's way on the E., the land of the heirs of John Peyton, Esq., and Henry Butler, gent., on the W. and S. and the way called 'Le Sumpterway' on the N., now in the said John's peaceful possession by gift and feoffment of Michael Fraunces, to hold to the use of the said John, his heirs and assigns. Warranty against Michael Fraunces and his heirs. Signed Be me Mighell Fraunces. Present at the sealing and delivery of seisin, Edward Knight de Wynnesborowe, Francis Goodwyn of Norborne, John Goodwyn of Eastrie, John Sarys of Sandwiche, Nicholas Stoddard, son of the within-named John Stoddard, and Thomas Goodwyn, son of the fore-named Francis Goodwyn, and others.

Deed  CM 31/80  [1560]

Indenture, seal pendant marked S. S.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 146

Contents:
Dec. 14, 3 Eliz. John Stodderd of Woorde, Kent, husbondman, grants to Edmond Baker of Woodnesboroughe, husbondman, one acre and a half acre of arable land with appurtenances in Woodnesboroughe at a place called Hammoldcrossefyeld, bounded by the land of Edmond Baker on the N. and W., by the common way on the S. and the lands of John Stodderd on the E., in exchange for 1½ acres of land belonging to Edmond Baker in the par. of Norburne at a place called Tycknes, between the lands of John Stodderd on both sides, on condition that John Stodderd enjoys peaceable possession of land exchanged, otherwise he has the right of re-entry into the lands at Woodnesborough. Present at the sealing and delivery of seisin, Stephen Gybbes, John Musered, Henry Inkyn, Franncis Goodwyn, and me (signed) Samwell Symson.

Deed  CM 31/81  1576

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant frag., 1 marked I. B., floral ornament between.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 36

Contents:
Oct. 10, 18 Eliz. Recital that Thomas Quylter, late of Wingham, Kent, being seised in demesne as of fee in a messuage and about 100 acres of land in and near Harynden in Eastrye and Northborne, Kent, among other things by his last will [Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 391.] in writing willed the tenement, etc., to be sold by Edmund Soly of Wingham and Edmund Soly of Staple, or either of them, who therefore sold it to Michaell Frauncys, who being thus seised sold 20 acres of it to John Stoderd of Worde, late deceased, and on his death this portion descended by his will to Nicholas Stoderd his son and heir in fee tail, and on Nicholas' death to Stephen Stoderd, another of the sons of John Stoderd, according to the said John's will in fee tail, who is now seised of it, wherefore Simon Quylter, son and heir of Thomas Quylter, and the said Michaell Frauncys release to the said Stephen Stoderd, now in his peaceful seisin, all claims, rights, etc., which Thomas or either of them had or shall have in the said 20 acres, to hold in perpetuity to the use of the said Stephen. Signed By me Simon Quilter.
Endorsed: Sealed and delyvered in Presence of (signed) John Brooke, Jhon Nethersole, John Mugge, John Galtonstoll, Richard Hare.
Later hand notes 'it seems it should allso have beene sealed by Michel Francis.'

Deed  CM 31/82  [1591]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 138

Contents:
Aug. 3, 33 Eliz. Samuel Hooke of the town (ville) and port of Sandwich, Kent, shomaker, releases to William Burrowe alias Burrowes of the same place, merchant, all his rights in a messuage, barn, stable, garden, orchard, and about 61 acres of land and pasture lying in the par. of Northborne and Woodnesborowe, in the said William's peaceful possession and now in the tenure or occupation of Richard Robins or his assigns, and also all errors in any fines levied on the said messuage, and all quarrels, etc., which he has against William Burrowes from the origin of the world to the present date. Warranty against the heirs of Samuel Hooke. Signed Mark of Samuel Hooke. Sealed and delivered in the presence of Ralfe Grove, Script[oris], James Frencham of Canterburie, Robard Pudier.

Deed  CM 31/83  [1605-6]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 145

Contents:
March 1, 3 Jas. I. Recital that Ralfe Grove of the Cyttye of Cantorburye, gent., in the Easter term 32 Eliz. [1590] [Public Record Office Recovery Roll, 32 Eliz., No. 29, m. 22. Seisin given May 27 of that year.] pursued out of Chancery a writ of entry sur disseisin in le post returnable in the court of Common Pleas against Samvell Hooke then and now of Sandwich, Kent, shomaker, for a messuage, garden, 50 acres of land, 15 acres of pasture and half an acre of wood with appurtenances in Northbourne and Woodnesborrowghe alias Wymnesborrowe. S. Hook vouched to warranty Stephen Stodarde,[Public Record Office Feet of Fines for Kent, 32 Eliz., East, Bdle. 150. Samuel Hooke v. Stephen Stodderd and Anne his wife, land in N. and W. 1 messuage, 1 barn, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 50 ac. land, 15 ac. pasture and ½ ac. wood. £100.] who vouched to warranty Davyd Howell the then common vouchee, who personally appeared and after made default, whereby a perfect recovery with double voucher was suffered according to the usual course of common recoveries; which recovery was by the forenamed parties to be and enure to the only use of the said Samuel Hooke. Signed Ral. Grove. Endorsed: Sealed and delyvered in the presence of (signed) William Barbett. English.
Agreement by Deedpoll concerning a Common Recovery.
To all christen people to whome these presentes shall Come Ralffe Grove of the Cyttye of Cantorburye gent. sendeth greetinge in our lord god everlastinge. Whereas I the said Kalffe Grove in the tearme of Easter in the Two and Thirtyth yere of the Raigne of the late Quene Elizabeth Did pursue out of the then high Covrt of Chancerye One wrytt of entrye sur disseisin in le post retornable before the then Justices of the Courte of Comen plees of the said Quene againste Samvell Hooke then and nowe of Sandwich in the Countye of kent Shomaker by the name of Samvell Hooke and Did Demaunde by the same wrytt of Entrye againste the said Samvell Hooke One Mesuage one garden ffyftye acres of lande ffyftene acres of pasture and halffe one acre of wood with thappurtenances in Northborne and Woodnesborrowghe alias Wynnesborrowe vnto which said wrytt of entrye then soe broughte the said Samvell Hooke Did personally appeare in the said Courte of Comen plees and vowched to warrantye of the premysses Stephan Stodarde who allso then personallye appeared in the said Courte of Comen plees in his proper person and vowched over to warrantye Davyd Howell the then Comon vowche who allso personallye appeared in the said Courte to the said warrantye and after made Defaulte wherby aperfecte Recoverye with Double vowcher was had and suffered of the premysses accordinge to the vsuall Course of Comen Recoveryes in such Cases had and vsed, which was allso executed by habere faceas seisinam (as by the Record therof appeareth) Which said Recovery soe had and suffered of the premysses and all and everye Judgment and Judgmentes seison and seisons, actes and thinges thervppon had suffered or proceded was ment intended and agreed by all the forenamed partyes to be and envre to the onlye vse and behoffe of the said Samvell Hooke his heires and assignes for ever and to noe other vse or purpose. In Witnes whereof I the said Ralffe Grove to these presentes my hande and seale have sett Dated the ffirst Daie of March in the yeere of the Raigne of our Soueraigne lorde James by the grace of god off England ffrance and Yreland defender of the fayth the Thirde and of Scotland the Nyne and thirtyth.

Deed  CM 31/84  [1616]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 139

Contents:
July 18, 14 Jas. I. Elizabeth Baker, widow, late wife of John Baker, late of Goodnestone, Kent, yeoman, deceased, releases to Sir Samuell Peyton of Knolton, knt. and bart., all her estate, title, etc., which she or her heirs had or shall have in two pieces of arable land with appurtenances of about 11 acres in Woodnesborowe alias Winnesborowe in a field called Hamvell or Hamwell Crossefield, one piece of which, 7 acres, lies the East side of a furrow there dividing the said 7 acres from one other piece of land containing 8 acres, and the other piece of land containing about 4 acres adjoining one of the former mentioned pieces to the North, and now in the said Sir Samuel's full and peaceful possession. Signed The marke of Elizabeth Baker.
Endorsed: Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Georg Jekin.
Widdow Bakers release, in her widowhood, of all claime of Jointure or thirds out of 11 acres of land I bought of hir housband. English.

Deed  CM 31/85  [16 May 1440]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 132

Contents:
Tylmanston. Monday in the week of Pentecost, 18 Hen. VI. William Amye releases and quit-claims to Walter Langeley, Esq., all his claims present and future in his manor of Southcourt in Tylmanston, with all appurtenances, lately acquired by gift and feoffment of Thomas Dongeshill.

Deed  CM 31/86  [1467]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 105

Contents:
Tilmanston, Aug. 26, 7 Ed. IV. John Whyte of Farnham releases to Robert Cok of par. of Tilmanston all his claims present and future in the manor of Southcourte, now in Robert's possession, lying in the said par. with all its lands, tenements, rents, services, farms, fields, pastures (pascuis, pasturiis), reliefs, escheats, suits of court, droves, ways, paths (semitis), ditches (fossis, fossatis), and woods.

Deed  CM 31/87  [1513]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 130

Contents:
Tylmanston, Dec. 8, 5 Hen. VIII. Thomas Cok, son and heir of Michael Cok, late of Tylmanston, Kent, gent., grants to John Langley, Esq., of Sandewich, 40 acres of land with appurtenances lying separately (divisim) in the par. of Tylmanston, whereof 23 ac. lie at Hoddyngsdown adjoining lands called 'le lodge' and 'le longfryth' 'super le Downe' on E. and the way leading from Schepardswell to Sandwich on W., the lands of Elmyngton on S., the way called Pilholte Way on N.; and 17 ac. of said land in a certain closure there near le down adjoining lands called Lodgewod on E., lands of Knolton on W., lands called le Lodge aforesaid on S., and lands of Thorneton on N. Warranty against all men. Signed Per me Thomas Kockes. Present at the time of sealing and delivery of seisin, Robert Cok, Roger Cok, Edward Cok, Edward Rotter, Clement Kyke, Robert Wollet, James Moore, John a See, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/88  [1513]

Deed poll, circular seal of bird rising, on strip cut from deed.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 131

Contents:
Tylmanston, Dec. 8, 5 Hen. VIII. Thomas Cok, son and heir of Michael Cok, late of Tylmanston, Kent, gent., releases to John Langley of Sandwich, esq., all claims present and future in 40 acres of land with appurtenances in par. of Tylmanston, now in J. L.'s peaceful possession; the bounds are shewn in deed. Signed per me Thomas Kockes.

Deed  CM 31/89  [1599]

Indenture, copy.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 133

Contents:
July 1, 41 Eliz. Anne Fogges of London, widow, late the wife of Richard Fogge, esq., deceased, leases to Sir Henry Barkeleye of Bruton, Somerset, knt., Anthony Culpeper, George Blunt and Thomas Culpeper, esquires, the manors of Danecourte and Southcourte with appurtenances in Kent and all the messuage and lands acquired by Richard Fogge of one John Barber and John Robins, for a term of 21 years from the Annunciation last past for the annual rent of £60 payable at Michaelmas and the Annunciation. Subscribed thus: H. Barkley, Anthony Culpeper, George Blunte, Thomas Culpeper. Endorsed thus :
Sealled and delivered in the presence of--
Richard Fogges.
Tho. Browne.
Henry Norwood.
Thomas Hawkins.
Vera copia examinata per nos
Launcelot Lovelace.
William Pepper.

Deed  CM 31/90  [1618]

Indenture English, seal pendant Lion rampant crowned, from small signet ring.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 78

Contents:
May 13, 16 Jas. I. Sir Samuell Peyton of Knolton, Kent, knt. and bart., in return for a certain security, grants, demises and to farm lets to Sir Robert Darell of Calehill, knt., the manor of Sowthcourte in Tilmanstone or elsewhere in Kent, all messuages, etc., 'Courtes baron, profittes of Courtes, fellons goods, forfeitures, fynes, yssues, amerciaments, rentes, Customes, services, wards, mariages, reileifes, advowsons, patronages and all other liberties, Commodities and profittes with theyr rightes members and appurtenaunces unto the said mannor belonginge,' of which the several parcels mentioned form part of the demesne lands, namely, 4 pieces 'earable and pasture' of about 10 acres border the tenements of the heirs of Richard Fogges, esq., deceased, late father of Thomas Fogges, and the highway leading from Tilmanstone Church to Dane Courte howse and to a Carvett [A thick hedgerow; a copse by the roadside; a piece of land carved out of another. See J. Wright, Dialect Dictionary.] of the heirs of said Richard Fogges on S. and W., and part of the said Carvett and another Carvett belonging to the heirs of R. F. on W. and N. and lands of said Sir Samuel on N., and the highway leading from Tilmanstone Church to Eastrie on E. and 'barnes yards backsides and orchards' belonging to the manor of Sowthcourte, lands of James Burvill and a tenement of heirs of said R. F. on E. and S.; one piece of arable called 'the palled Close' of about 12 acres with 2 Carvettes of about 3 acres borders the lands of John Belsye on S. and W., the highway leading from Tilmanstone Church to Estrie on W. and N., the lands of Sir Samuel on N. and E. and lands of Sir S. P. and of John Belsye on E. and S.; one piece of arable called Farie Close alias Farneclose of about 10 acres with Carvett of about one acre borders the lands of heirs of R. F. on S. and W., the highway from Coldred to Eastrie on W. and N., the lands of said Sir Samuel on N. and E. and the Highway from Danecourte to Eastry on E. and S.; and three parcels of arable in the common field together with the two ways dividing them and heading upon the Carvett adjoining to Farie Close aforesaid of about 26 acres border the said highway from Danecourte to Eastrie and lands of Sir Samuel on N., S., E., and W.; all which premisses contain about three score and two acres lying in Tilmanstone: to hold from the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle next for one thousand years paying one peppercorn yearly if the same be demanded. Provided that if Sir Samuel Peyton or his heirs, etc., pay £630 on 14 November next at the 'mancion howse' of Richard Camden, gent., in Gracious streete, London, then the present lease to cease. Signed Robert Darell.
Endorsed:-Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Launcelot Lovelace, William Pepper.
A lease of 1,000 years of Southcourt to my Brother Darell or to pay him £630 by 14 Nov. 1618.

Deed  CM 31/91  [27 March 1381]

Deed poll

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 119

Contents:
Thursday next after the Annunciation 5 Ric. II. Alexander Armeitter of Thornton confirms to Laurence Wade of the same the grant of a piece of land with appurtenances lying in his garden in par. of Eastry and Tilmanston in tenure of court of Schryicling abutting (capitantes) on his land on N., on that of Laurence on S., and bordering (laterantes) the common street (communem stratam) on W., and Alexander's own land on E.; and a rood in same par. and tenure abutting on to the common street on both sides, and bordering the lands of Laurence on both sides. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Austyn, William Wade, Robert Scholeford, Thomas Thornton, Robert Durant, Adam Kempe and others.

Deed  CM 31/92  [1384]

Deed poll, seal pendant, bird ?

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 29

Contents:
Eastry, Oct. 2, 8 Ric. II. Alexander Armetier of Thornton in par. of Eastry grants to [John] Swyft of Sandwich and Margaret his wife all his lands and rights which he had in par. of Eastry and Tylmanston and elsewhere in the Hundred of Eastry. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Robert atte Halle, John Holkebon, John Wendlestone, William Wade, [decayed] forde, Thomas Augustyn, William Cok, clerk, and others.

Deed  CM 31/93  [1386]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 118

Contents:
Thornton, Sept. 23, 10 Ric. II. Laurence Wade of Sandwich grants to John Swyft and Margaret his wife of the same town (ville) 1 rood with appurtenances at Thornton in par. of Eastry and Tilmanston once belonging to Alexander Arm[ettier] of Thornton [boundaries W. and S. illegible], E. and N. lands of John Swyft. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Wade, Thomas Austyn, Robert Sholforde, John Brewar, John Hoog and others.

Deed  CM 31/94  [30 Sept 1392]

Indenture, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 31

Contents:
Estry, Monday after the feast of St. Michael, 16 Ric. II. John atte Walle and Elianor his wife grant to Simon Poddere of Estry all lands and rights which Elianor and John Cartere, once her husband, acquired from John atte Hall [? of] Douorr', excepting one rood lying next to the mill, for an annual rent to Elianor and her heirs of 5s. at Michaelmas and 5 qrs. 6 bushels 'barley palmal' of the better price within 2d. at the Feast of All Saints, right of distraint if rent in arrears at any time, and, in the last resort of re-entry. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Adam Carpynter, John Holte, Nicholas Becyl, Thomas Bouryner, John Bret and others.

Deed  CM 31/95  [1409]

Deed poll, seal pendant, W. crowned.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 35

Contents:
Eastri, Nov. 11, 11 Hen. IV. William Bussh of Sandwich grants to Nicholas atte Halle of par. of Eastri, 8 acres of land with appurtenances in Eastri and in the tenure of Adsham lying separately (separatim), of which 7½ virgates lie 'above Jakkes atte Chyldren,' between land of Robert atte Halle on the N. and E., and of John atte Chyldren on S. and of heirs of Richard Tykenherst; and ½ ac. and ½ virg. between lands once of Thomas atte Brigg on N., E. and S., and land of Robert atte Halle on W., and ½ ac. and ½ virg. at Coumbe between land of Robert atte Halle on E., and land of heirs of Richard Tykenhorst on S. and W., and land of heirs of Thomas atte Brigge on N., and 1½ ac. in a place called Holylond between land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on E., S., W. and N.; ½ ac. 'above Schortlynch' between land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on N. and S., and land of heirs of Thomas atte Brigge on W., and common way on E.; and 7 virgates between land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on N. and E., and the King's street on S. and land of heirs of Thomas Will on W.; ½ ac. and ½ virgate between land of John Will on E., and land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on N., and land of Stephen atte Halle on S., and ½ ac. between land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on E., and lands of William Bussh on S., and land of heirs of Thomas Will on W., and land of said Nicholas atte Halle on N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Colley, Robert atte Halle, Thomas Stevethegh, John Meller, John Wendirton, Thomas atte Chirche, John atte Children and others.

Deed  CM 31/96  [1417]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 132A

Contents:
Thornton, May 16, 5 Hen. V. John Kanteys of Molesshe, Kent, grants to Edmund Langley, esq., a piece of land called 'Merkarislond' containing about 38 ac., lying in the vill of Thorneton between land of said Edmund on the S., Weneston on the E. and land of heirs of Thomas Thornton and the King's street on the S. and land of Edmund and land of Robert Haddon and land of heirs of Robert at Halle and other tenants of Estri on the N. and the pasture of John Kanteys' manor of Scrynkelyng on the W., for an annual rent of one red rose payable at Scrynkelyng on St. John the Baptist's day, the grantor being responsible for the fulfilment of all due and accustomed services to the chief lords of the fee. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Langele, John Gilford, John Richardes, Thomas Stevedegh, Thomas Bruer, Nicholas att Halle, Robert Colyn, Richard Piper, John Tounsend and others.

Deed  CM 31/97  [1407-8]

Indenture, s. on strip cut from deed, missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 37

Contents:
Feb. 5, 9 Hen. IV. Nicholas atte Halle of par. of Eastri enfeoffed and gave seisin to Thomas atte Chirche and John Wendirton of the same par. of and in an acre with appurtenances in a field called 'Blakelond' lying between land of heirs of Richard Tykenherst on N. and E. as more plainly appears in a deed of the said Thomas atte Chirche and John Wendirton; nevertheless the said Nicholas wills that if he or his heirs or assigns pay Cristine, daughter of Robert atte Halle, dec., son of the said Nicholas, when she attains the age of thirteen, 33s. 4d., when her age is proved, without delay, that then the acre of land shall revert to the said Nicholas notwithstanding the deed aforesaid and the seisin; if Nicholas or his heirs fail wholly or in part then Nicholas wills that Cristine be enfeoffed by the aforesaid enfeoffment immediately; if she die before the age of thirteen then the acre to revert to Nicholas atte Halle so that immediately on the death of Cristine 23s. be given for the soul of Robert her father and for those of all other faithful dead.

Deed  CM 31/98  [1414-15]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked W.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 32

Contents:
Hardyndenne, par. of Estry, March 4,2 Hen. V. Nicholas atte Halle of Hardyndenn in par. of Estry grants to Robert Swayn and Thomas atte Chyrche of same parish all his lands in Estry and in the tenure of Estry and Adesham, as well as all goods, etc., in and out of the parish of Estry. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Robert atte Halle, William Brewer', John Wendyrten, John atte Chyldr', Thomas Stevedey, Richard Grene, Simon Podder' and others.

Deed  CM 31/99  [24 Aug. 1426]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag., a bird close.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 141A

Contents:
Haryndene on the feast of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, 4 Hen. VI. Richard Gerard of Nonynton grants to Stephen atte Halle of Haryndene one rood lying in Woghhopedane abutting on to the croft of the said Stephen from of old called 'Goldstmythys croft' on the N. and on to the land of William, son of Nicholas atte Halle, on the S. and bordering the land of the heirs of Thomas Garwynton on the W. and the land of the said Stephen on the E. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Richard Colyn, Robert Colyn, Thomas atte Cherch, Richard Chyldryn, John atte Chyrche, William Brewar, Robert atte Welle and others.

Deed  CM 31/100  [1435-6]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed, missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 40

Contents:
Jan. 20, 14 Hen. VI. John Wylle, clerk, son of John Wylle once of Woghope, par. of Eastry, releases and quit-claims to Stephen atte Halle of Harynden in said par. all his rights, present and future, in an annual rent of 6s. 8d.

Deed  CM 31/101  [16 Feb. 1435-6]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked M.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 39

Contents:
Eastre, Friday after the feast of St. Valentine, 14 Hen. VI. John Wylle, clerk, son and heir of John Wylle, once of Woghope, par. of Eastre, Kent, releases and quit-claims to Stephen atte Halle of Harynden in said par. all his rights and claims, present and future, in an annual rent of 6s. 8d. from a certain croft in Harynden called 'Hodon ys croft.' Warranty against all men.

Deed  CM 31/102  [4 April 1446]

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 34

Contents:
Eastry, on St. Ambrose day 24 Hen. VI. Thomas Colyn and Johanna Colyn his mother in pure widowhood grant to Stephen atte Halle of Herynden in par. of Eastry ½ ac. of land with appurtenances in Eastry in place called 'Herynden' in the demesne (in tenura dominicali) of Adysham, between the land of Richard Chyldre on E. and the land of Stephen atte Halle and heirs of Robert atte Welle on W. and the common way on N. and the land of Stephen atte Halle on S. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Richard Chyldre, William Cherche, Thomas Freind, Thomas Tomelyn, James Holkebon, Thomas Barefeld,.... arugh, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/103  [1446]

Deed poll, seal pendant, device, star.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 33

Contents:
Wendeston, June 10, 24 Hen. VI. John Tomme of par. of Cotmanton grants to Richard Teypyn of par. of Eastry an acre lying in a field called Wendeston in Eastry between the land of John Odle on S. and N. and land of Richard Thatcher on E. and the King's way on W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Eluard, John Odle, Thomas Frynne, John Dobbere, James Hulkebon and others.

Deed  CM 31/104  [1459]

Deed poll, 2 s., on one strip, p., one, R crowned, the other frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 38

Contents:
Eastry, May 10, 37 Hen. VI. John Swayn and Thomas Odle[Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 351.] of par. of Eastry, Kent, devise and grant to Richard Teypyn an acre of land at Wendeston between the land of Thomas Odle on N., and the land of Thomas Hamme and John Hamme on the S., and the common way on the W., and land of John Sharp on E., which acre was acquired lately by gift and feoffment of John Kole of Sandewich. Witnesses: Thomas Frynne, John Whytston, John Meller, John Sharp, Thomas Odle and others.

Deed  CM 31/105  [1509]

Deed poll, seal pendant, device suggesting two flails.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 72

Contents:
Knolton, May 28, 1 Hen. VIII. James Cheseman of the par. of Adsham, Kent, grants to John Boys 9 acres, half a rood, and 16 perches with appurtenances lying separately (dimisim, sic) in the par. of Knolton and Northbourne, of which 1½ acres lie in a garden between the land of John a Pett, jun., on the E. and the land late of Bartholomew Tryppe on the S. and W., the land of the heirs of John Botler on the N., and 2 acres 1½ roods lie in the said place between the lands of John Boys on the E. and W., and the land of John Webbe on the S., and the land late of Bartholomew Tryppe on the N., and 1½ roods lie between the lands of John Whytfeld on the S. and the land of John Boys on the N., and 1½ roods lie between the land of John Whytefeld on the S. and the lands of John Boys on the N. and the half acre lies between the land of John Webbe on the E. and of John Boys on the W., and one acre lies between the land of John Webbe on the S. and N., and 12 feet of the said land lies between the land of the heirs of John Botler on the E. and the land of John Boys on the W., and 1½ roods lie next to Claypet, between the land of John Whitefeld on the E. and the land of the heirs of John Botler on the W., 1½ roods in a garden between the land of John a Pett, jun., on the S. and the common way on the N., and 1 rood lies in another garden between the land of John Boys on the E. and the land of John Webbe on the W. and 4 feet of the said land lies between the lands of John a Pett, jun., on the E. and the land of John Whytefeld on the W. and 1½ acres lie in a place called 'Pettedane' between the lands of John a Pette on the S. and the common way on the N. and ½ acre in the same place between the lands of John Boys on the S. and N. Warranty against all men. Present at the time of sealing and delivery of seisin, Simon Quylter, Nicholas Steveday, Thomas Quylter, Thomas Gorham, John Lyppys, Thomas Goddyn and Richard Wolwych, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/106  [1510]

Deed poll, seal pendant, letters illegible, crowned.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 41

Contents:
Eastry, Sept. 30, 2 Hen. VIII. Thomas Darby, brother of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew near Sandwich, son and heir of Peter Darby, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 138.] late of the par. of Eastry, grants to John Gillyngton alias Millar 5½ acres lying together (insimul) in Eastry in place called Woope between common way called 'a shereway' on E., land of heirs of John Butteler and land of John Langeley, esq., on W., land of the heirs of John Butteler on N. and land of Alan Propchaunt on S. Warranty against all men. Present at the delivery of seisin and at the sealing of the deed, John Langley, esq., William Cartwrythe, chaplain, Thomas Nethersole, Roger Manwode, William Wodman, Th. Frode, John Boone, Simon Fauntyng, William Frende, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/107  [1512]

Indenture, seal pendant, device, floral or possibly three feathers.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 30

Contents:
Sept. 24, 4 Hen. VIII. Agreement between John Boys of Nonyngton, Kent, gentylman, and Richard Oxherst of Aisshe next Sandwich, Kent, gentylman, shewing that when Robert Wymark of Aisshe next Sandwich, son of John Wymark, son of Robert Wymark, sen., son of Hamo Wymark, sen., brother of William Gaylar' late of Sandwich, otherwise called William Wymark, late of Sandwich, deceased; Thomas Wymark, son of Elias Wymark, son of the said Robert Wymark, sen., son of the said Hamo; John Heryng and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of James Wymark, son of John Wymark, jun., son of said Hamo; John Wymark of Staple, Richard Wymark, Hamo Wymark, jun., and Edward Wymark, sons of Thomas Wymark, son of the said John Wymark, jun., son of Hamo Wymark, sen., enfeoffed John Boys and Richard Oxherst of and in the whole part of all their lands and tenements of the tenure and nature of Gavylkynde in the parishes of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Peter and St. Clement in the town of Sandwich and in the parishes of Wodenesbergh, Aisshe next Sandwich, Worth and Eastry in Kent, which belonged to the said William Gayllour and which lands intact with all appurtenances, among others to them and to Richard Wymark and William Wymark, clerk, sons of John Wymark, sen., son of the said Hamo, sen., and to Johanna Kyng, daughter of Richard Wymark, son of the said Hamo, sen., now deceased, by reason of the last will of the said William Gayllour, or after the death of Juliana, daughter of Johanna daughter of the said William Gaylour, belonged or otherwise descended: and that Richard Wymark and William Wymark, clerk, sons of John Wymark, sen., aforesaid, son of Hamo, sen., sold their part of the said lands to John Rooper, and enfeoffed the said John and others to his use in fee simple to have and to hold to the said John Boys and Richard Oxherst their heirs and assigns, the said J. B. and R. O., by this feoffment, were and remained seized of the said lands. The said John and Richard wishing to divide the said purparty between themselves and so that either of them and his heirs may have and occupy separately his part free from the claims of the other or his heirs have agreed by these presents that John Boys and his heirs shall hold separately all the lands lying in the parishes of Eastry and Worth; and that Richard and his heirs shall hold separately the windmill and all those lands with appurtenances lying in the parish of Aisshe next Sandwich, wherefore Richard releases and quitclaims for himself and his heirs to the use of John Boys and his heirs all his rights, etc., in lands in parishes of Eastry and Worth. Similar release by John Boys of his rights in lands at Aisshe next Sandwich. Endorsed: That whereas a particion was late made betwene the within named John Boyes and Richard Oxherst of and uppon certeyn londes and tenementes as it apperith by thys present endenture of whiche londys and tenementes viij acres of medow or pasture lying in the parissh of Seynt Clementes in Sandwich betwene the pasture of the heires of Water Coly E. and W., the commen way N., the londes of the lord of Goldston S., as yet betwene the said John and Richard is undeparted, the entent whereof is thys that the farme of the same pasture shall yerely in whoes handes so ever it shalbe to the valor of 20s. be employed in almes in billet to pore people at Cristmas Evyn and Candilmas Evyn by the seid John and Richard and their heires or assignes to be disposed and delt within the seid towne of Sandwich and that the seid John and hys heires for ever shall yerely paye or do to be payed oute of the maner of Flemyng in the parish of Wodenesborough in whos handes soever it shalbe 6s. 8d. for an obite to be doon in the parissh chirche of Seynt Petir of Sandwich aforesaid as in dirige massys and offerynges accordyng to the last Wille of the within named William Gaylard.

Deed  CM 31/108  [1551-2]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed, marked G. L.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 42

Contents:
Feb. 10, 6 Ed. VI. Richard Ower of Eastrie, Kent, releases and quit-claims to Thomas Hamon of Nonyngton, gent., all his claims which he had or might have against him by reason of any cause from the beginning of the world up to the making of this deed. Signed 'By me Rycharde Oure.' Endorsed: Thes beyng present at the sealyng and delyvery of this quyttaunce. Thomas Sherrade, John Belder.

Deed  CM 31/109  [26 Dec. 1362]

Deed poll, seal pendant, device, probably a monkey.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 113

Contents:
On Monday the feast of St. Stephen, Martyr, 36 Ed. III. Miles Donnar of Sandwych grants in fee simple to Walter Webbe of par. of Staple half an acre of land in Bernesole in the tenure of Ouerlande between the lands of John le Dene on S. and N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Riche, William Tenakr', Robert Basely, John le Dene, Henry Toteneghe, Seman Gwodebrid, Stephen Colyn and others.

Deed  CM 31/110  [7 Jan. 1370-1]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 144

Contents:
Tuesday after the Feast of the Epiphany 44 Ed. III. Martha, late the wife of Henry Fool of Sandwych, grants to Stephen Colyn half an acre and 10 perches of land with appurtenances in the par. of Wodnessboroghe and in the tenure of the Court of Downe in a place called Elvardesthegh, bordering between the land of the heirs of Stephen Jekyn on the E. and the land of John Tebaud on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Riche, John Somerfeld, John Jekyne, Robert Basly, William Couper, John Hamon, John Brounyng, clerk, and others.

Deed  CM 31/111  [25 March 1371]

Indenture, seal pendant, imperfect impression, possibly shewing device of a chalice.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 106

Contents:
Somerfeld, on Tuesday the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 45 Ed. III. Martha, late the wife of Henry Fool, let to Stephen Colyn for an annual rent all lands falling to her by inheritance after the death of William Tenakr', her brother, for the term of her life and a year after, for an annual payment at Bernesole in Staple between Michaelmas and All Saints, for each acre of land 7 bushels of barley palmal' of the better price within 2d. a quarter. If the annual rent be at any time in arrears for one month then Martha has the right of distraint, and if at any time Martha wishes to sell all or part then Stephen shall be nearer in buying than anyone if he wishes to give as much as others, nevertheless, if Martha is in want, notwithstanding this concession she may sell to anyone, provided she refund Stephen his costs. Warranty against all men on these terms. Witnesses: William Riche, Robert Basly, John le Denne, John Hamon, William Crek, William Laurens, John clerk and others.

Deed  CM 31/112  [28 Sept. 1371]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 111

Contents:
Sunday next before the feast of St. Michael, 45 Ed. III. Martha, late the wife of Henry Fool of Sandwych, grants to Stephen Colyn of the par. of Staple 3 roods and 11 perches of land with appurtenances lying in parts (per partes) in the said par. whereof 11 perches are at Somerffeld between the messuage of Isabell atte Berghe on the S. and the messuage of John and William Tebaud on the N. abutting on to the common street on the E. and her messuage on the W. and the 3 roods in a field called Tenakreffelde near Bernesole between the land of John Tebaud on the W. and the lands of William Creak and John Ledene on the E. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Petytt, John Ledene, William Creak, Robert Basely, Robert Brandrede, William Ryche of Somerffeld and others.

Deed  CM 31/113  [9 Jan. 1378-9]

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant frag. of fine early seals with marginal inscriptions.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 112

Contents:
Sunday next after the Epiphany, 2 Ric. II. William Lad and Isone his wife grant to Stephen Colyn of the par. of Staple a third part of one half virgate lying in the par. aforesaid in the tenure of Ouerlond with buildings, walls, trees on it, and all other appurtenances. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Carpenter, John Jakyn, John Somerfelde, William Ryche, John Petyt, John Ledene, Robert Basely, William and Henry Coupere and others.
Indenture recording an Agreement.
Sciant presentes et futuri quod Nos Willelmus Lad et Isone uxor mea dedimus concessimus & hac presenti carta nostra confirmauimus Stephano Colyn de parochia de staple terciam partem unius dimidie virgate terre nostre jacentis in predicta parochia et in Tenura de Ouertone habendum et tenendum totam dictam terram cum domibus muris & arboribus desuper astantibus et cum omnibus aliis pertinenciis suis de Capitalibus dominis ffeodi illius per seruicia eiusdem annuatim debita et de jure consueta predicto Stephano heredibus & assignatis suis imperpetuum. Et Nos predicti Willelmus & Isone et heredes nostri totam dictam terram cum domibus muris & arboribus desuper astantibus et cum omnibus aliis pertinenciis predicto Johanni [sic] heredibus & assignatis suis Warantizabimus imperpetuum. In cujus rei testimonium huic carte sigilla nostra apposuimus die dominica proxima post Ephyphanam domini Anno Regni Regis Ricardi secundi post conquestum secundo. Hiis testibus Thoma Carpenter, Johanne Jakyn, Johanne Somerfelde, Willelmo Ryche, Johanne Petyt, Johanne Ledene, Roberto Basely, Willelmo et Henrico Coupere et aliis.

Deed  CM 31/114  [21 April 1381]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 114

Contents:
Stapele, Sunday next before the feast of St. George, 4 Ric. II. John Hakeyt of Stapele grants to Stephen Coleyn of the same a virgate of land with appurtenances lying at Wyle in the par. of Stapele in the tenure of the court of Ouerlonde, viz., between the land of John Hare on the S. and the land of the said John Hakeyt on the N. and the common way (cummunam viam) on the E. and the land of Thomas Holbeyn on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Ledene, Robert Basely, John Hare, John Stefedhet, John Peteyt, William Coupere, Hamo Tibi and many others.

Deed  CM 31/115  [1386-7]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 4

Contents:
Somerfelde, March 3, 10 Ric. II. William son of John ate Broke of par. of Essche, grants to Stephen Colyn of par. of Staple all his share (partem) of 1½ acre with appurtenances lying in the par. of Wodnesberghe near Hegedele in the tenure of the court of Burne between the land of John Carpenter of Somerfelde on the N. and the lands of Richard Bery on the S. and the common way on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Bayx, John Carpenter, William Teboyd, Thomas Copyn, William Neyl, John Jekyn, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/116  [1389]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 140

Contents:
Somerfelde, May 3, 12 Ric. II. William Teboyd of par. of Staple grants to Stephen Colyn of the same half a virgate and 4 feet of land with appurtenances at Somerfelde in the par. of Wodnesboroghe in the tenure of Burne, between the land of John Carpenter on the S. and E. and the land of the heirs of William Ryche on the N. and abutting on to the common way on the W. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Carpenter, Thomas Bayx, Thomas Copyn, William Neyl, Thomas Jacob, John Simon, John Jekyn, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/117  [8 Dec. 1389]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 107

Contents:
Staple, Wednesday after the feast of St. Nicholas, bishop, 13 Ric. II. Stephen Collyn of par. of Staple near Wingham grants to Alexander Steueghe of the same par. all the lands in his possession on the day of the making of the deed in the aforesaid par. in the tenure of Adesham, Crekelesale and Ouerlonde. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas atte Broke, John Petyt, William Tebbowd, John Tely, John Carpenter, John Jaykyn, Thomas Coppyn and others.

Deed  CM 31/118  [1391]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 110

Contents:
Staple, August 12, 15 Ric. II. William Tebaud of par. of Staple grants to Stephen Colyn of the same ½ rood and 4 feet of land with appurtenances in a place called Halkeshegge in a field called Tenecresfelde between the lands of Katherine Riches on the N. and the land of heirs of Robert de Brandrede on the S. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Walter Webbe, John Jekyn, John Petyt, John Lyedenne, John Arnold, Robert Basly, Thomas Bax and others.

Deed  CM 31/119  [1425]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 141

Contents:
Wodenesbergh, Sept. 20, 4 Hen. VI. William Bryan of Canterbury [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 75.] grants to Thomas Colyn of the par. of Staple, Kent, 1 acre ½ virgate and 4 perches of arable land with appurtenances in the par. of Wodenesbergh between the land of the heirs of Thomas Broke on the E., the land of the said Thomas Colyn on the S. and a certain common way on the W., and the land of Margaret Gore on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Thomas Carpenter, John Carpenter, Thomas Neel, Alexander Stefdey, John Jacob and others.

Deed  CM 31/120  [21 Dec. 1440]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 109

Contents:
Staple, on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 19 Hen. VI. Nicholas Colyn, son of William Colyn once of the par. of Stape [sic] releases to Thomas Colyn of the same all his rights, present and future, in the purparty of one messuage, 4 acres and 3 roods of land with appurtenances lying parcelled (parcellatim) in the par. of Staple and Wodnesbergh, and now in the peaceful possession of the said Thomas, whereof the messuage is at Somerffeld in the par. of Staple and 2 acres of land lie west of the messuage, one acre and one rood east, and one acre north, and half acre lies in a place called Whygle. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Moote, Alexander Steveday, Richard Smyth and others.

Deed  CM 31/121  [1456]

Deed poll, 2 seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 142

Contents:
Wodenesbergh, Oct. 20, 35 Hen. VI. John Oxynden and William Stokes demise to William Fenell, clothier (pannarius) [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 174; possibly Mayor of Sandwich in 1450. See Boys, op. cit., p. 417.] of the town (ville) of Sandwich, an acre with appurtenances at Rysdele in the par. of Wodenesbergh between the land of William Fenell on the N., E. and W. and the land of John Carpenter on the S., which lands they held together with John Fyneux now deceased, by gift and feoffment of Thomas Colyn of Stapill as is shewn in a deed. Witnesses [not filled in].

Deed  CM 31/122  [1464]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 3

Contents:
Staple, Sept. 8, 4 Ed. IV. William Peny of the par. of Assche [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 370.] releases to Stephen Colyne all his rights, present and future, in half an acre with appurtenances at Hendych between the lands of Juliana Knyght on the S. and the common way on the E. and the land of Richard Swalow on the N., abutting on to the land of Thomas Colyne on the W. acquired by gift and feoffment from Robert Stevedey. Witnesses: Thomas Knyght, Richard Swalow, Robert Bieby, Stephen Rygdon, Nicholas Petyte and others.

Deed  CM 31/123  [28 May 1394]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 90

Contents:
Sandoune, on the feast of the Ascension, 17 Ric. II. Thomas Sanctus of Sandoune in the par. of St. Clement Sandwich grants to Auncel Sanctus his brother all his purparty of one messuage at Sandoune between the purparty of the said Auncel on the W. and the vicarage of the Church of St. Clement on the E. and S. and the King's Street on the N. to hold by the services due and accustomed according to the custom of the town. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Godard, then mayor of the town of Sandwich, Richard Thunder, Stephen Kempe, Henry Corchalys, John Lorkyn, John Hardy, Simon Tal[? bot], William Lysstone, John [? Fitz]Robert, clerk, and others.

Deed  CM 31/124  [1458]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked T.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 98

Contents:
Sandewich, May 25, 36 Hen. VI. Simon Ruddok [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 412.] of the town of Sandewich demises and grants to Peter Elys, clerk, Richard Elys his brother, Robert Hadde, John Wotton, Richard Bewforde and William Essex of Ewell all his tenement with appurtenances in a street called Arneys Strete in the par. of the B.V.M. in Sandewich with an alley (alea) leading to the said tenement from the King's street: the tenement is situate between Simon's garden and the garden of the heirs of John Gyllynge on the W. and tenements of the heirs of the said John and the tenement of John Stephen on the N. and the tenement of the heirs of Andrew Parker and that of the said John Stephen on the E., and was lately acquired by gift and feoffment from Henry Capron of Sandewich, together with William Sedenore of the par. of Berham, and John Sedenore, deceased son of the said William. Witnesses: John Nysham, then Mayor of Sandwich, John Grene, Richard Cok, William Fenell, Thomas Stokbury and others.

Deed  CM 31/125  [1485-6]

Indenture, 2 seal pendant, 1 missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 95

Contents:
Sandwich, March 6, 1 Hen. VII. Robert Ive of Sandewich and Alice his wife grant to John Skynner of Sandewich, baker, in fee simple a certain grange with garden adjoining in Sandewich in the par. of the B.V.M. in a lane (venella) called Serlis lane between the grange and garden of Thomas Botiller on the S., the grange of John Bolle on the N., the tenements of Thomas Wylkyn and the said John Skynner on the W. and the King's street on the E., on the condition that if Robert and Alice Ive pay John Skynner £12 16s. this side the feast of St. Michael the Archangel next following in the Church of the B.V.M., Sandewich, this indentured deed to be of no effect, otherwise to stand. Warranty against all men on these conditions. Witnesses: Thomas Overton, Esq., then Mayor there, William Salmon, John Archer, Robert Mayhewe, Thomas Pynnok, jurat', and many others.

Deed  CM 31/126  [1494-5]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 99

Contents:
Sandewich, March 2, 10 Hen. VII. Thomasina Abyndon, relict of Roger Abyndon during his life of Sandewich, Kent, in pure widowhood grants to William Salmon, John Iden, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 265.] and John Wilbor all lands and tenements, rents and services with appurtenances, which she then had within the Liberty of the town of Sandewich or elsewhere in the county. Warranty against all men. Thornham. [? Town Clerk of Sandwich, 1490-3. See Boys, Hist. of Sandwich, p. 425] Witnesses: William Salmon, then Mayor there, Thomas Aldy, Robert Wortley and John Saundre, Jurats, John Joseph, Reginald Burgh, John Kenet, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/127  [1509]

Deed poll, seal pendant, possibly Virgin and Child.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 89

Contents:
Sandwich, Oct. 29, 1 Hen. VIII. Thomas Aldy [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 6.] of Sandwich, one of the sons and heirs of John Aldy, late of Sandewich, deceased, releases to John Langley of the same, gent., and to Johanna his wife, now in their peaceful possession, all his rights, etc., present and future in that capital messuage with appurtenances in the par. of the B.V.M. in Sandewich in 'le Strondstrete' between the tenements of the heirs of William Salman on the E., the tenement of John Langley and Johanna, which he lately acquired from Thomas Broke of the par. of Woorde on the W., Strondstrete on the S., and the sea-shore (litus maris) on the N., which messuage was left to Thomas Aldy by his father's will. Warranty against all men. Signed Be me Thomas Aldy. Witnesses: John Westclyve, Esq., then Mayor of Sandwich, John Hubard, Thomas Watson and William Baly, Jurats, John Worme, Common Clerk, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/128  [1511]

Indenture, English. 2 seal pendant, one marked T, one illegible.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 97

Contents:
Aug. 20, 3 Hen. VIII. Whereas William Cartwryght [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 89.] of the town of Sandwich, 'late was seased of a mese and gardyn' in the par. of Saint Mary of the said town between the king's street and a common lane there 'ayenst' the N. and E., the messuage of John Skynner the elder 'ayenst' the S., the messuage of the chantry of Thomas Elys and the void ground of the heirs of John Butler [Ibid., p. 83.] 'ayenst' the W., the which mese and garden with appurtenances were charged yearly unto the said John Butler now dead the sum of 7s. rent charge, the said William Cartwright seeing the said mese and garden being so greatly charged, pulled it down and carried it away, whereupon John Butler according to the custom of the said town set stakes against the ground where the mese and garden then was and is, and so the ground stood staked according to the custom until the time the said John Butler the said ground had recovered in lieu of the rent, and afterward he died. Nevertheless it is covenanted the year and day above said between Grisilde Billye, widow, late the wife of the said John Butler and Richard Butler, son and heir of the same John Butler on the one part, and John Langley of Sandwich, Esq., on the other, that where Grisilde is seised of the said ground now open and unclosed and a 'commen dongehill' for the term of her life that the said John Langley shall have and occupy the said void ground to him and his heirs for ever, for which covenant, etc., John Langley has delivered in exchange to Grisilde and Richard an acre of land in Spryngettes dane next Tikenest in the par. of Godeneston between 'the commen sumptery way' next to the land of the said John Butler on the S. and the land of the said John Langley on the N., the land of Thomas Broke, gent., on the W. and the land of the heirs of Harry Preste on the E. to hold the land unto the said Griselde and Richard and to the heirs of the same for ever, provided that if it fortune the said John Langley to make any housing upon any part of the said void ground or that the said Richard or his heirs when he or they come to lawful age will not release all their rights in the said void ground unto John Langley or his heirs, then it is covenanted that the said John Langley shall pull down and carry away all such new building and so leave the ground void as he received it, and also shall hold the land given in exchange to the said John and his heirs for ever.

Deed  CM 31/129  [1532]

Indenture

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 97A

Contents:
The Parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary, July 1, 24 Hen. VIII. Robert Manfelde of Sandwich, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 313.] Kent, saddler, grants to Thomas Alcock of the same,[Ibid., p. 6.] gent., three tenements and two gardens with appurtenances lying together (insimul) in the par. of the B.V.M. in the said town between a lane (venella) called Serleslane on the W. and a lane called Geldcoutlane on the N. and the tenement of John Gason and the garden of the said Thomas on the E. and the tenement of William Parys on the S. on condition that if Thomas or his heirs pay Robert or his heirs in the parish Church of St. Peter, Sandwich, on the altar there dedicated in honour of the Holy Trinity £10, i.e., £5 at Michaelmas next and £5 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following, this grant to be of no effect: right of re-entry in case of default. Warranty on these conditions. Seisin delivered in the presence of Thomas Wyngfeld, Esq., John Igulden, John Strode, Oliver Stummyll, Michael Veyere, Roger Alcok, John Thomas of Sandwich and others.
Endorsed 'Payed in partie payment at the Feast of St. Michaell the Archangell fyve poundes in the presens of John Igulden, Wryter hyreof, and also of Richard Lewes of Sandwyche and others.
'Payd at the Feaste of Seynt John Baptiste within specified fyve poundes sterlyng in full payment of ye bargeyn and summe within wryten yn the presens of Rychard alderslay and John Stroode of sandwych.'

Deed  CM 31/130  [1602-3]

Deed poll, English, seal pendant stag statant.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 88

Contents:
Feb. 28, 45 Eliz. John Golder of the par. of Eastrie near Sandwich, yeoman, grants and sells for £16 10s. to Adam Haward of the town and port of Sandwich and to Joane his wife a windmill bank with appurtenances wherupon lately a windwill [sic] did stand which by casualty of fire was burned down, situated at Sandowne without Sandwich walls: late purchased by him of Sir Roger Manwood, Knt., Lord Chief Baron of her Majesty's Exchequer, late deceased. Warranty against the heirs of the grantor. Signed John Golder his marke. Sealed and delivered and peaceful possession and seisin had in the presence of (signed) John Muster, Edward Peke, Jun., William Hart his mark, Charles van Halle his mark, John Crispe.

Deed  CM 31/131  [1603]

Indenture, English, seal pendant wrapped up.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 87

Contents:
June 18, 1 Jas. I. Wylliam Palmer of Mylton near Gravesend, Kent, yeoman, for £61 grants and sells to Adam Howard and Johan his wife of the par. of St. Clement, Sandwich, the Banke or wyndmill hill in Sandowne near Sandwich, parcel of the portions of the Master and Brethren of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew near Sandwich on which is built a windmill, and all the estate, right, term of years yet for to come in the said bank or windmill together with the millstones, sails, tackles, implements and other furniture thereunto belonging: to hold in as full a manner as would the said William Palmer by virtue of any demise by the Master and Brethren of the Hospital, and with power to the said Howards at their pleasure to pull down the windmill and dispose of the furniture, etc., without interruption from the Hospital or from any other person, and if molested then Palmer or his assigns to pay £61 within four months next after the day on which notice of molestation was given. Endorsed: Sealed and delivered in the presence of (signed) Edmund Gelybrand, William Wolley: Jeremye Ellyard and Wylliam Hart [their marks].

Deed  CM 31/132  1634

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 96

Contents:
Oct. 7, 10 Chas. I. Bond of George Howard of the town and port of Sandwich, Kent, miller, to Christopher Leggatt of the same, gent., in £40 to ensure that when George Howard by deedpoll bearing date with this sold to Christopher Leggatt, to his and his heirs' use 'the Windmillbancke' with appurtenances whereon sometime a windmill stood which was burnt down at Sandowne without Sandwich walls and one horse pasture, the said Howard had at the time an indefeasible estate in fee simple and the right to sell and that Leggatt shall enjoy peaceable possession free from all claims, especially of jointure, dower and widow right of Elizabeth, now the wife of the said Howard, and that the said Howards shall suffer any act necessary to assure the premisses to Leggatt. Signed George Howard. Witnesses: (Signed) Selvester Brook [mark]: John Engeham, Scr. and John Verrier, servant of the said John Engeham, Scr.

Deed  CM 31/133  1634

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 94

Contents:
Oct. 9, 10 Chas. I. Bond in £200, [parties as in 96] for the fulfilment of covenants as to the bancke and windmill hill and windmill now standing, the said George Howard and Elizabeth at the charges of the said Christopher Leggatt to suffer any act necessary to assure the premisses of the deed be it by fine, feoffment, deed, release, confirmation or otherwise with warranty only against the said George Howard, his heirs and assigns or without warranty as by Christopher Leggatt his heirs or assigns or 'by theire learned counsell in the lawe shalbe reasonably devised, advised and required.' Signed George Howard. Witnesses [as in AA/CM/31/132]

Deed  CM 31/134  [1397]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 135

Contents:
Agreement between Walter Roo of Derteforde and Salmon Hobekyn of Whitstapel reciting that Walter granted to Salmon his manor of Well with all appurtenances from St. Michael the Archangel, 21 Ric. II to the end of three years next following on these conditions, that the said Salmon shall pay annually £8 13s. 4d. at Easter and Michaelmas and perform the services due and accustomed to the chief lords of the fee and keep up the hedges, etc., at his own cost and commit no waste nor cut trees, etc., but he shall be allowed sufficient branches growing (spinis crescent') in the fields and pasture for closure (clausura) and 'Fyrbote,' and sufficient underwood for 'housbote' for the said manor, and he shall return the buildings, etc., at the end of his tenancy in as good a condition as he received them; right of distraint to Walter Roo in the event of the rent being in arrears.
Warranty on these conditions. The said Salmon Hobekyn and William Salmon are bound to Walter Roo in £20, payable at the Feast of the Nativity next, for the faithful payment of rent and performing of covenants. Dated at Well the time and year above.

Deed  CM 31/135  [1437]

Deed poll

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 84

Contents:
Hac[king]ton, Dec. 28, 16 Hen. VI. Alexander atte Sole of par. of Westbere releases and quit-claims to Agnes Symon and Thomas Dawe of Sherte in the par. of Hakynton all the rights he has or may have in a piece of land enclosed by hedges and trees and woods with appurtenances in a place called Dawes within Daweswatle in the par. of Hakynton between the land of John Belsye on the S. and the wood of the manor of Wellecourt [According to Hasted, Vol. III., p. 666, the Manor of Well is usually called Well-court.] on the W., meadow called Mathonnesmede on the N. and the King's street on the E., and now in his peaceful possession. Witnesses: John Lukke, sen., John Lukke, jun., John Caxton, John Gold, William Cowherd and others.

Deed  CM 31/136  [1431-2]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 116

Contents:
Mergate, Jan. 12, 10 Hen. VI. Nicholas Canteys of Mergate in the par. of St. John, Isle of Thanet, grants to William Manston, Esq., John Haneuelde, Simon Canteys, William Kempe and William Marchal of the island aforesaid all the lands, rents, leases (firmas), services with all appurtenances that he has on the day of the grant in the Island and in Sandwich and elsewhere in the county. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Croke, John Wulverych, Lawrence Jacob, Simon Lyon, Nicholas Jacob, Richard Gerte, John Laurens, clerk, and others.

Deed  CM 31/137  [1440]

Deed poll, seal pendant, small st in shield.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 116A

Contents:
St. John [Thanet], Aug. 1, 18 Hen. VI. Richard Raven of Northdowne, in the par. of St. John, Isle of Thanet, grants to John Basele and Thomas Cosyn of the same 3 acres of land with appurtenances lying separately (divisim) in the said par. in the tenure of the Lord of Menstre, of which half an acre and half a rood lie at Seler' between the land of John Daundelyon on the S., the land of Edward Ropkyn on the N., another half acre and half rood at Hor' downe between the land of William Lucas on the N. and the land of John Cowpere on the S., another half acre at Sevendelys between the land of John Noyl on the W. and E., another half acre at Steuene Steyr' between the land of Nicholas Lucas on the E. and the land of the heirs of John Curlyng on the W. and another half acre and half rood at Helmnesse between the land of William Lucas on the E. and W. and another 1½ roods at Westdowne between the land of Richard Lederer' on the N. and the land of William Crowe on the S. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: Richard Lederer', William Lucas, Nicholas Lucas, Stephen Kempe, John Crosse and others.

Deed  CM 31/138  [1444]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 115

Contents:
Parish of St. John [Thanet], March 28, 22 Hen. VI. William Crawe of the par. of St. John, Isle of Thanet, grants to John Gotle, esq., of the same 5 roods lying at Cherchedowne between the land of the lord vicar of the par. of St. John on the E. and the land of the Church of St. John on the W. and the common way on the S. and N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Cowharde, William Sprakelyng, John Lucas, Thomas Lyon, John Crosse and others.

Deed  CM 31/139  [14 March 1430-1]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 12A

Contents:
Canterbury, Thursday next after the feast of St. Gregory pope, 9 Hen. VI. Johanna once the wife of John Bray of Canterbury grants to Geoffrey Lauchere, esq., John Derby, John Hore, and David Mareis all lands, tenements, chattels, etc., within the liberty of the city of Canterbury or elsewhere in the county. Warranty against all men. Livery of seisin by one mazer cup bound with silver (unum ciphum de masora cum argento ligando). Witnesses: William Benet and William Billyntone, then bailiffs of the city of Canterbury, John Philpot, Laurence Lovel, Stephen Stokpeny, John Pecham and others.

Deed  CM 31/140  [1525-6]

Indenture, seal pendant marked I.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 63

Contents:
Kyngesdowne, Jan. 10, 17 Hen. VIII. Suzanna Chylde, widow, late the wife of John Chylde alias Hance of Kyngesdowne in the par. of Rengeweld, grants and confirms to William Naylor of Deale [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920) of C. W., p. 342.] and William Petytt of Rengeweld, sen., all her lands with appurtenances in Kyngesdowne to be held by the said Naylor and Petytt to the use of Suzanna for the term of her life and on her death to the use of Alice her daughter, wife of Thomas Mylton and the heirs of their body lawfully begotten, and in default of such heirs to the right (rectis) heirs of Suzanna. Warranty against all men. Endorsed: Suzanna Childes grant of all her lands in East Kent to William Naylor and William Petytt.

Deed  CM 31/141  [30 Nov. 1373]

Indenture, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 102

Contents:
Sheldwych, on Wednesday the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle 47 Ed. III. Recital that Sir Richard atte Lese, knt., [Cf. Index of Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1383-1629 (6 vols., British Record Society, Index Library, 1893-1912), II., p. 331.] having lately by deed granted to Marcellus atte Lese his brother a certain annual rent of 8 marks in perpetuity to be received from a tenement called Le Lydles, nevertheless the said Marcellus received on the day of the making of this present deed from Sir Richard £10 in payment of the rent for the duration of the life of Loia [? Lora] atte Lese, mother of Richard and Marcellus, the said Sir Richard granting for himself and his heirs that, after the death of the said Loia, the rent of 8 marks shall be paid annually. Witnesses: William Topclyve, John atte Towne, Thomas, son of the same, Thomas Fordham, Stephen Leuetowne, John Halkes and others.

Deed  CM 31/142  [1375]

Deed poll, seal on strip cut from deed, missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 103

Contents:
Faversham, Sept. 2, 49 Ed. III. Alice Matters appoints Phillips of Wy her true attorney for giving full seisin to John Derby in the land in the par. of Scheldwich, given him by deed.

Deed  CM 31/143  [21 Oct. 1389]

Indenture, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 104

Contents:
Sellinge, Thursday after the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 13 Ric. II. Richard atte Lese, knt., granted, demised and to farm let to John de Ovene of Sellynge a garden at Ovene called Daldeovene and two pieces of land lying below (sub) the same garden in two parts, of which one part lies at the head of the garden on the S. and the other with a forstall in the side of the garden on the W., with all appurtenances except the timber growing there, for the term of the said John's life for annual payment in the next two years of 8 qrs. of the better barley corn, bladi melioris iuxta duos denarios in quarterio, at the feast of All Saints and in all other years during the said John's life 9 qrs. of barley of the same price. Grantor and heirs to perform all services due and accustomed from the land to the chief lord of the fee. Right of distraint to grantor if at any time the rent be in arrears. Warranty against all men.

Deed  CM 31/144  [1398]

Deed poll, seal pendant missing.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 101

Contents:
Scheldwych, Dec. 29, 22 Ric. II. John Boton, jun., of Scheldwych grants to Henry Boton his brother all his lands and tenements with appurtenances in the said par. and in the par. of Badlesmer' and in the Hundred of Faversham or elsewhere in Kent. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: William Menew then mayor of Faversham, Seman de Tonge, John Dreyloud, sen., Thomas Fordham of Scheldwych, John Celi, Thomas Scot, Henry Hore, Reginald Huntekyn and others.

Deed  CM 31/145  [16 July 1424]

Deed poll

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 100

Contents:
Scheldwych, Sunday next before the Feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 2 Hen. VI. Richard atte Lese of Faversham grants to William Langele and John Cely a piece of land of 3 virgates with appurtenances, lately acquired by gift and feoffment from John Laget, in the par. of Sheldwych, bounded by the King's street on the E., the lands of the heirs of Thomas atte Towne on the S. and W., and land of John Salamon on the N. Warranty against all men. Witnesses: John Salamon, Thomas Skot, William Gylys, Thomas Lagit, Reginald att' Sole, and many others.

Deed  CM 31/146  1634[-5]

Deed poll, English, 2 seal pendant, impressions possibly from keys.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 12

Contents:
Jan. 3, 10 Chas. I. William Cocke of the par. of Bilsington, Kent, yeoman, and Richard Cocke of the same, yeoman, grant and sell to Ezechias Fogge of the par. of Chilham, gent., for £23, one messuage, with garden yard and backside thereunto belonging, and a piece of land of about half an acre lying near with all ways, easements, etc., in Chilham bounded by the King's street on the S., lands of John Pope on the N. and E. and the common Church way on the W., and the reversions and remainders of all and singular the premisses. Warranty against the heirs of William and Richard Cocke. Signed William Cock, Richard Cock. Sealed, delivered and possession given in the presence of (signed) William Turner, Thomas Fogge, Edward Bunce by his marke.
Endorsed: William and Richard Cock's grant and sale to Ezechias Fogge for ever of 1 tenement and garden and 1 parcell being half an acre in Goodneston. [Sc. G. near Faversham.]

Deed  CM 31/147  [1547-8]

Deed poll, seal pendant

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 9

Contents:
March 23, 2 Ed. VI. Thomas Tylley of Bederysden, Kent, one of the sons and heirs of John Tylly late of the same place releases to John Tylley his brother to the use of the said John Telley (sic) all the rights and claims he has or may have in a messuage, a garden and 3 pieces of land of about 3 acres in all called Coppam in Bedersden in the tenure of Hottefeylde adjoining the King's street on the W., and the land of Thomas Telley on the N., and the land of Germain Glover on the S., and the land of Richard queyffe on the E., and now in the said John's full and peaceful possession.

Deed  CM 31/148  [1547-8]

Deed poll, seal pendant frag.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 8

Contents:
March 23, 2 Ed. VI. John Tylley of Bederysden, Kent, one of the sons and heirs of John Tylley, late of the same place, releases to Thomas Tylley of the same, his brother, all the rights he has or may have in one barn and one piece of land containing about 4 acres in Bederysden in the tenure of Hottesfeylde adjoining the messuage of the said Thomas and the land of Richard queyffe on the S. and E., and the King's street on the W. and N. and now in the full and peaceful possession of the said Thomas.

Deed  CM 31/149  [1550]

Deed poll, seal pendant, crossed flails as before.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 62

Contents:
June 16, 4 Ed. VI. John Tylle of Hight Halden, Kent, husboundman, one of the sons and heirs of John Tylle late of Betrisden, deceased, grants and sells for £17 to Thomas Tylle, his brother, of Betrisden a messuage, garden and two pieces of land called Copham with appurtenances, containing about 3½ acre in the par. of Betrisden, in the tenure of the Court of Hothfeld, adjoining the King's street on the W. and the lands of the said Thomas on the N. and land of the heirs of William Barneman on the E. and the lands of Germain Glover on the S. and E. Warranty against all men. Endorsed: Witnesse at the sealyng of this ded and state delyvere, Richard Posse, Robert Wedtherden, Thomas Tuyssnethe, Richard Davy, John A[cr]es and John Wedtherden, sen.

Deed  CM 31/150  [1550]

Seal on strip cut from bond, crossed flails as above.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 62A

Contents:
June 16, 4 Ed. VI. Bond of John Tylle of Hight Halden, Kent, husboundman, to Thomas Tylle of Betrisden, Kent, in £40 payable at Easter next to ensure that Thomas shall enjoy peaceable possession of the land with all rents granted him by deed bearing date with this [AA/CM/31/149] free from all claims, the rent and service then due to the chief lord of the fee at Michaelmas last only excepted. Witnesses: Richard Posse, Robert Wedtherden, Thomas Tuyssnethe, Richard Davy, John Acres, and John Wedtherden, sen.

Deed  CM 31/151  [1573]

Seal on strip cut from bond, a cross with two arms.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 134

Contents:
Sept. 12, 15 Eliz. Bond of John Ruttyng of Betheirsden, Kent, husbondman, to Hugh Pryce of Westwell, yoman, in £40 for the due performance by the said John and Grace his wife, their heirs, executors and administrators of covenants specified in a pair of indentures bearing date with this. Witnesses: Roberd Wethernden, Gearvas Maplysden and John Sharpe the yownger.

Deed  CM 31/152  [1573]

Deed poll, seal pendant marked T.S.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 10

Contents:
Dec. 20, 16 Eliz. John Ruttyng of Betheirsden, Kent, weaver, releases to Hugh Pryce of Westwell, yoman, all his rights and claims in that part or purparty of his, i.e., half of a messuage, of a barn, of a garden, of three pieces of land called Coppams, of about 7 ac. with appurtenances in Betheirsden, bounded by the lands of John Wolton on the E., the lands of John Glover on the S., the King's street on the W. and N., and in half of two other pieces called Rensoll in Betheirsden, bounded by the lands of Henry Glover on the E. and W., lands of John Glover on the S. and King's street on the N., now in his full and peaceful possession, concerning which a fine was levied in the Court of Queen's Bench in Michaelmas term last [Public Record Office Feet of Fines, Kent, 15-16 Eliz., Mich. Pt. I., Bdle. 146.] between Hugh demandant and the aforesaid John Ruttyng and Grace his wife, defendants, as to half of a messuage, barn, garden and 8 acres of land, by which John and his heirs were excluded from all further claims. Sealed, etc., John Alley of Grete Charte, Christopher Best and John Longe.

COURT ROLLS.  CM 32  1286-1617

8 rolls

Supplementary information: Words in round brackets () signify that they are interlined in the original

COURT ROLL  CM 32/1  [n.d.]

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 92

Contents:
[Endorsement on outside of the roll:] Sandowne de antiquo tempore de diversis evidentiis ut patet infra.
M. 1 a. Extractus [sic] curie de Cnolton die Lune proxima post festum Sancti Martini, Pape, E xvij.
Levare facias de Ricardo filio Radulphi de Cnolton pro relevio iiijs xd½.
De Johanne Stefdey pro contemptu facto Domino xijd.
De Alexandro Longo quia asportavit croppam contra defens' [Probably "defensionem domini," cf. Selden Society Publications, F. W. Maitland, Select Pleas in Manorial Courts, p. 43.] iiijd.
De Magistro Ospitalis Sancti Bartholomei pro pluribus defaltis iijs.
De Waltero filio de Puteo p' [? presentato] de eo quod asportavit croppam contra defens' [Probably "defensionem domini," cf. Selden Society Publications, F. W. Maitland, Select Pleas in Manorial Courts, p. 43.] xijd [? over vjd].
De heredibus Jacobi de Messebergh pro fine secte curie iijd.
De Henrico Busck' pro eodem vjd.
De Waltero de Penfeld pro eodem vjd.
De Roberto Hakeney pro eodem vjd.
De Ricardo de Scringling pro eodem vjd.
De Ervys de Messebergh pro eodem vjd.
De Ada filio Laurentii pro eodem vjd.
De Roberto de Puteo pro eodem ijs.
De heredibus Wytloc pro eodem iijd.
De Willelmo Sutor pro eodem vjd.
De Ricardo Trocher pro eodem iiijd.
De Juliana filia Willelmi pro eodem iijd.
De Relicta Ricardi Bubulci pro eodem iiijd.
De Relicta Hamonis Gregorii pro eodem iijd.
De Relicta Stephani Pend' pro eodem iijd.
De Ricardo Haket pro eodem iijd.
De Roberto Redwyn pro eodem iiijd.
Summa xviijs jjd½.
Preceptum est distringere Johannem Atornatum Prioris de Ledes pro defalta facta.
Preceptum est quod Thomas Eduuard' ponatur per meliores plegios & plegii sui videlicet Johannes Fykeys & Willelmus Beans distringantur quia non habent, etc.
Consideratum est quod Willelmus Stefidey distringatur ad respondendum Johanni Stefdey.
Preceptum est distringere Nicholaum de Sandwyco pro feoditate non facta et pro relevio detento.
Ad huc melius queratur super Simonem Carpenter pro plur' [pluribus defaltis] et pro croppa deducta contra defens[ionem].
Preceptum est distringere Robertum Bard quia non soluit redditum suum ad terminum statutum.
Consideratum est per totam curiam quod Johannes de Tykenerst, Walterus frater eius et Emm [?] de Puteo distringantur pro redditu vic' [vicecomitis] detento.
Preceptum est distringere Walterum de Scringling pro defalta facta.
M. 1a dorse. Extractus [sic] curie de Cnolton die Jouis proxima ante festum sancti Gregorii, Pape E xvij
Levare facias de Willelmo de Hotton pro defalta vjd.
De Laurentio filio Johanne de Penfeld pro relevio iijs vjd.
De Johanne Priur pro ingressione ijs.
De Ricardo filio Radulphi quia non habuit, etc. vjd.
Summa vjs vjd.
Precepta eiusdem curie.
Tenementum Roberti filii Johanne de Penfeld capiatur in man[us] domini pro fidelitate non facta.
Preceptum est quod Johannes de Puteo ponatur per meliores plegios ad respondendum Henrico de Penfeld de placito transgressionis.
Preceptum est quod Willelmus Semay ponatur per meliores plegios ad respondendum domino de placito transgressionis.
Preceptum est distringere Simonem Carpentar de eo quod asportavit croppam contra defens', et pro pluribus defaltis.
Preceptum est distringere Priorem de Ledes, Robertum de Vlmis, filium Walteri Gardoner, heredes Stephani Aspeloir et Willelmum Erveys pro relevio detento, fidelitate non facta domino et secta curie defalcata de tenemento quod fuit Askentini Colman et de tenemento quod fuit Moricii filii Thome ut patet in Rotulo Curie.
Preceptum est distringere Willelmum Blanche, Ricardum Haket, Fulconem Martin et Henricum Busch pro ingressione terrarum que fuerunt Thomae Edward.
Consideratum est per totam curiam quod Walterus de Penfeld distringatur pro j gallina detenta.
Consideratum est per totam curiam quod Nicholaus de Sandwyco distringatur pro relevio detento et fidelitate non facta.
Preceptum est distringere Walterum de Puteo pro defaltis.
M. 1 b. Curia de Knolton tempte [sic] die lune proxima post [festum] Sancte Fidis virginis Anno Rengni [sic] Regis Edwardi, tercii a conquestu xvo. [Oct. 8, 1341.]
Essonie: Johannes Stevethi per Johannem Houlloyt, Johannes Tykenerst per Em. [? Edmundum] de Tykenerst, Nicholaus Hamonnt per Willelmum Byssop, Johannes Colleman per Johannem Foste [? r], Johannes de Pennefeld per Johannem de Langele, Ellena Tykenerst per Johannem de Pette, Johannes de Pette, junior, per Cristianum de Tykenerst, Robertus ate Hese.... [stained] per Hamonem [stained], Nicholaus ate Soulle per Johannem Tourke--respice ad ts' [? transgressiones] in curia precedenti.
Finis xl s.: Preseptum [sic] est levare de Johanne ate Alle xl s. pro contemtu quia non servavit diem ad accipiendum [?] offissium [sic] bedelli sicut fuit ellectus.
Item preceptum est distringere omnes tenentes in Knolton pro ijd detentis de turno vicecomitis de termino post festum Sancte [sic] Et in misericordia pro transgressione quia dominus amerciatus est in curria [sic] domini regis pro predictis duobus denariis.
Preceptum est capere in manus domini tenementum Thomi [sic] le May pro relevio, feoditate et redditu detento.
Elleccio: Tota curia honorata [sic=onerata] est elligere [sic] bedellum qui sit et possit sufficiens [? ad] offissium bedelli et ellegit Simonem le May et Walterum de Tykenerst de quibus dominus ellegit Walterum [de Tykenerst] et accepit virgam offiscii [sic].
Preceptum est distringere Johannem de Pette pro vs viijd reditus detenti.... ate Wode.... vd reditus detenti et Nicholaum et Betris de Knolton pro iiijd et Edm..... aky pro vijd¼ et Nicholaum Penffeld pro xs viijd et pro Tebbe iiijd½ et heredes Laurencii Teky pro iiijd½ [?] Walterum Rous et Matildam de Penfeld pro id et Dionissiam de Penfeld pro ixd et Thomam.... pro iijd½ et Cristinam Tykenerst vjd¼ [crossed out]; (iiijd¼) Ellenan [sic] de Tykenerst xvd et Johannem de [? Tykenerst] vd et Petrum Daulard et Nicholaum Hamon pro xd et pro tenak' vd et Simon[em] et Thomam le May pro ijs iiijd¼, et Nicholaum ate Sal pro ....
Fines: Johannes Foster pro scecta [sic] ijd Angnes de Houtton jd Angnes Arneys ijd Johannes Colleman ijd, Alicia ate Eche pro vd½ [crossed out] pro jd.
Curia de Knolton tempte die Lune proxima post festum sancte [sic] Simonis et Jude anno xo vo. [Oct. 29, 1341.]
Essonie: Willelmus Byssop per Nychollaum Hamon, Johannes de Pette senior per Hamonem atte Halle, Johannes Hakeney [In the margin: post venit.] per Sallom[onem] Steffery, Robbertus ate Hethe per Johannem de Pette, Johannes Turck per Nicholaum ate Solle, Edmundus de Tykenerst (post venit) per Walterum Tykenerst.
Feoditas: Ad istam curiam venit Nicholaus filius Clementis de Penffeld et fecit domino feoditatem quia compertum est per curiam quod habet etatem quindessim [sic] annorum et amplius.
Rel[evium] jd: Ad istam curiam venit Johannes filius Johannis Herwy et vadiat relevium suum de una roda terre post mortem [? patris] sui, fesit [sic] feoditatem domino.
Ad huc ut supra mellius querratur [sic] super omnes tenentes de Knolton pro ijd detentis de [? turno vicecomitis].
Curia de Knolton tempte die Lune proxima post festum Sancte Andree Apostolli 15 Ed. III. [Dec. 3, 1341.]
Essonie: Nycholaus Hamon per Johannem Steffery, Johannes Hullot per Wyllelmum Byssop, Johannes Hervy per Johannem Agenye, Johannes de Pette jun. per Johannem de Pette sen., Johannes de Tykenerst per Edmundum de Tykenerst, Johannes Tourk per Edmundum de Tykenerst.
Ad huc mellius queratur super Semonem Broun pro ij s. reditus detenti. Et super Johannem Holweye pro vs vd reditus detenti. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super Jullianam ate Mersche pro ijd½ ¼. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super heredes Robberti Noldyn pro vd dimidia g[alline]. Et super Johannem Busk pro iiijd½. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super heredes Johannis Moys pro ijd. Et super tenente Thomy de Ellam pro viijd. Et super Willelmum Bard pro v s. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super omnes tenentes de Knolton pro ijd pro tournni [sic] vc' c' [vicecomitis]. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super Johannem de Pette pro ijd. Et super Deonissiam ate Wodde pro xjs vd. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super Dyonissian de Penffeld pro ijd. Et super Nychollaum de Penffeld pro xxijd½. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super Walterum Rous et Matildam de Penffeld pro jd. Et super Thomam Collyn pro viijd [?]. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et super Petrum Dawlald pro xiijd de termino Sancti Mycaellis. Et super Ellenam Tykenerst pro xd. [s interlined, probably "solvit."]
Preceptum est capere in manus domini tenementum Thomy le May pro relevio feoditate reditu detento & pluribus defaltis. Et super tenentes Willelmi atte Wodde pro vijd et pluribus defaltis. [s interlined, probably "solvit."]
Resspectus: Omnes tenentes de Eche habent resspetum ad certificandum dominum quic et quantum quilibet tenet et per quod servissium [sic] sub pena dimidie marsse [marce].
Item preceptum est distringere Thomam le May et Semonem le May, Nycholaum ate Solle, Hamonem de Aulle.
M. 1 b dorse. Memorandum de redditu a retro de anno preterito videlicet de Deonissia ate Wodde vs iijd. Et pro xvd [?] pro g' [gallinis], Johannam [sic] Holwey pro ijs vjd, Stephanum Broun pro xijd. Et tenentes Thomy de Ellam pro vjd½. Et tenentes Roberti Noke pro ijd½ di' g [dimidia gallina]. Et Willelmo Awe pro ijd de antico.
Curia de Knolton [ibidem tenta] die mercurii proxima post festum Epiffanie Anno xv. [Jan. 9, 1341-2.]
Essonia: Johannes de Tykenerst per Cristianum de Tykenerst -respice ad tra's [transgressiones] in curria precedenti.
Preceptum est distringere heredes Simonis Talliour pro i g[allina] et [crossed out] defaltis. Et heredes Walterri ate Wodde pro vj g[allinis]. Et Johannem ate Alke pro ij g. i g. pro quo Allissia soror eius. Et predictam Allissiam [crossed out], Thomam Collyn, Edmundum Tykenerst [crossed out], Ellenam Tykenerst pro ij g. Et Nychollaum de Penffeld pro ij g. et dimidia. Et Willelmum Copiday pro tribus quarteriis unius g[alline]. Et Edmundum Toky et Nychollaum de Penffeld pro ij g. j quarter'. Et Beatrissian de Knolton pro di[midia] g[allina]. Et Edmundum tenentes [sic] de Eche pro j g [crossed out].
Relevium: Ad istam curiam venit Alissia que fuit uxor Teobaldi Chapman et vadiat relevium suum de xj acris terre post aquicitus [sic] de Johanne ate Alke, fecit feoditatem.
Item preceptum est distringere tenentes Johannis Moys pro j g. et di. g. Et Steffanum Bron pro ij g. Et Nychallaum de Egthorne et Jullianam atte Merche pro j g. Et Willelmum Mustarde pro ij g. Et Custanciam Moys pro j g. Et Steffanum ate Donne et Thomam de Ellam et Johannem Busk pro ij g. Et Johannem Couerte et Jurdanum Millere pro j g. Et Johannem Schad et Ma[r]garetam Mot pro j g. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et Sallomonem Voyk pro j g. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et heredes Robberti Noldyn et Petrum Coundy pro j g. [s interlined, probably "solvit."] Et tenentes de Messeherwe pro j g.
Redditus: Ad istam curiam venit Nicholaus de Sandwico et solvit pro redditu suo vjs viijd.
Curia tenta die iovis post festum purificationis Beate Marie Anno xvj. [Feb. 7, 1341-2.]
[Essonie]: Cristianus Perriam [?] per Edmundum Tikenherst, Johannes Pette senior per Johannem Tekenherst, Johannes Tork per Hamonem de Aull, Nicholaus de [Grove] per Ricardum Knolton, Johannes de Pette jun. per Walterum Tikenhest, Stephanus Taylour distringatur pro pluribus defaltis.
Ad huc ut supra queritur super Simonem et Thomam May pro pluribus defaltis i g. di. g.
Preceptum est distringere Thomam Wygode pro pluribus defaltis curie, etc.
Omnes tenentes de Ech habuerunt diem ad certificandum quod et quantum quilibet tenet & per quod servicium sub pena dimidie marce nisi hoc fecerint. Ideo distringantur ad solvendum.
Compotus inter dominum et bedellum et sic debet redditus ijs viijd.
M. 1. Court held 34 Ed. III. [1360]. [The whole of the entries for the first court on this membrane are very faint and worn, and it is impossible to decipher all the words. The court is held after the feast of Saint...., and from internal evidence it must have been held after Michaelmas 1360.]
Essoins 'de Communi.' John Herui [?] by.... Nicholas atte Sole by John Turk, Nicholas de Grove by Richard Brueys (?Arneys), John Perot by William Bysshop, Robert Unfrey by John ate Pette.
Johannes Coban pro manerio de Dane & pro tourno vice-comitis ad dictum manerium xxjd.
Prior de Ledys dat domino de fine pro secta curie relaxanda usque festum sancti Michaelis proxime futurum.
The following for the same: William Herlott, William Cassesol, John de Grove, Richard de Kyngeston by John Grove his attorney, John Steuethegh, Richard Arneys...., Henry de Gatherst, Dns. [?] de Gore,.... Steuethegh.
John Caunterbury at the next court to answer the lord for several defaults of court, and also Dns. de Gatesdenn. The heirs of Margerie Polroun to be distrained to be at the next court to do relief and fealty for lands coming to them on the death of the aforesaid Marjorie their mother.
Preceptum est bedello levare de Johanne atte Berton iijs id ob. q. [= 3s 1¾d] de termino Sancti Michaelis.
Similarly from the following names for the same term:.... Gatherst 2s 9¾d [crossed out]; Nicholas atte Sole 3¾d [crossed out] (paid) Hamo atte Halle 2½d [crossed out]; John Turk 7¼d [crossed out]; John Giboun for Poldre 6s 8d [crossed out]; John atte Pette 3s 6¾d [crossed out]; heirs of Walter atte Wode 6s 3d; Nicholas son of Richard de Knolton 2¾d [crossed out]; Edm. Toky 3½d; Nicholas de Pendfeld 10½d [crossed out]; from the same Ed. Toky [?] and John Tebbe 8¼d, heirs of Clement de Pendfeld 5d [crossed out] (paid). Stephen Taillour for Richard de Knolton [crossed out] 5d; John Mellere 7d [crossed out] (paid); Margery Polroun 13¼d also for forg' [Forgabulum (see p. 65). A rent over and above the rent service due to the lord paramount. C. T. Elton, Tenures of Kent, 1867, p. 276.] 6d; Elena Tykenerst 7½d; Thomas Colyn 8½d; John atte Halle 3s 2¾d [crossed out]; Richard Tykenerst 13½d [crossed out]; John Tykenerst 4½d [crossed out]; Walter Tykenerst 12½d; and from Gunnora Umfray ½d; Walter Rous 1d; Walter Gylys ½d; Thomas Steuetheg 14½d [crossed out] (paid); John Hervy 1½d [crossed out] (paid); Nicholas [crossed out] Tannere 10d [crossed out] (paid); Stephen Messebergh 4½d [crossed out]; William Clerk 4½d [crossed out]; John Loveryk 8d from [crossed out] Hornalde; Thomas Wyguod 5d [crossed out]; John Frend 3¾d [crossed out]; John Coleman 5d [crossed out]; Margery Whitlok 8d [crossed out]; Nicholas Bernefeld 6d [crossed out].
Omnes tenentes onerati sunt ad eligendum duos homines de tenentibus sufficientes ad faciendum officium bedelli manerii predicti. Et eligerunt Ricardum Arneys et tenentem terre et tenementi Johannis Hakeneye. Et predictus Ricardus oneratur et prestitit sacramentum, etc.
Distraints for default of court: Richard de Tykenerst, Walter de Tykenerst, Thomas Tebbe, William Stephan, heirs of [John] Clerk, John Loveryk.
Thomas Loveryk distrained for relief and fealty detained for tenements acquired with Thomas de Baa. William Bushop, guardian (custos) of the lands and tenements of John Hakeneye, pays the lord a fine for exemption from the office of beadle.
Sum of this court 'de perquisitionibus,' 4s 6d.
Sum received of this court from rents, 7s 5¼d.
Compotus Johannis de Grove bedellus manerii de Knolton a festo sancti Michaelis anno regni regis Edwardi tereij a conquestu Anglie tricesimo tercio regni sui Francie vicesimo usque idem festum tunc proxime sequens anno xxxiv [1359-60].
Idem r[espondet] de vijli xiiijs j½d de redditu assise. Et de xxiiijs viijd de redditu gallorum et gallinarum. Et de xviijs vj½d de perquisitionibus curie infra tempus huius compoti. Summa ixli xvijs iiijd. De quibus solvit vijli iiijs iiijd. Et allocantur [sic] ei dimidia marca pro Johanne atte Pette pro relevio. Et solvit super compotum ijs vijd. Summa solucionis & allocationis vijli xiijs vijd. Et debet xliijs ixd.
Et allocantur ei de xiijs iiijd¼, et solvit dominus de allocatione ei pro diversis tenentibus quorum terre & tenementa sunt in manu domini xxiijs iiijd. Et debet vijs id. Et exoneratur de xvijd pro Thoma Colyn. Et debet de claro vs viijd. Et solvit super compotum xxd. Et sicut debet de claro iiijs.
Knolton. Court, Thursday after the Feast of All Souls 34 Ed. III. [5 Nov. 1360].
Essoins: William Byschop by John Herui, John atte Pette by John Mellere, Robert Vmfray by Richard Arneys 2[d?]; Richard Skynner by William Wapinhanne, John son of Nicholas de Pendfelde by Nicholas de Pendfelde.
Fine 3d: Nicholas atte Sole pays the lord a fine for the same, and John Mellere for Michaelmas term.
From the following for Michaelmas term: Henry Gatherst 2s 9¾d; Hamo atte Halle 9½d; John Tork 7½d; John Gyboun for Poldre 6s 8d; John atte Pette 4s 6¾d; heirs of Walter atte Wode 5s 3d; Nicholas son of Richard of Knoltone 2¾d; Edmund Toky 3½d; the same Nicholas, the same Ed. Toky and John Tebbe 8¼d; Stephen Taylour for Richard de Knoltone 5d; Margeria Polr[oun] 13¼d; Elena Tykynherst 15d; Thomas Colyn 8½d; John atte Halle 4s 2¾d; Richard Tykynherst 12½d; John Tykynherst 4½d; Walter Tykynherst 12½d; Walter Rous 1d; Walter Gylys ½d; Stephen Messeberghe 4½d; Arnold Brou[? n] 4½d; John Loverick 8d; Thomas Yvie 5d; John Frend 3¾d; John Coleman 5d; Marioria Hwithloc 8d; Nicholas Bernefelde 6d.
To distrain for defaults: Richard de Tykynherst, Walter de Tykenherst, Thomas Tebbe, William Steffan, heirs of John Clarke, William Bysshop with.... and tenants of John Hakeneyes and John Loveryk. The same for relief and fealty for tenements acquired with Thomas de Baa, William Bishop, guardian of the lands and tenements of John Hakeneye, pays the lord a fine for exemption from office of bailiff.
Godwynston. Court, Monday before the feast of St. Edward, 35 Ed. III. [15 Feb: 1360-1 [In view of the date of the next court, the feast is probably that of the Translation, i.e., Feb. 18.].
Essoins 'de communi.' William atte Pette by Henry Lacy.
Distraints for default of this court: John Ondordonne, Stephen Courtman, heirs of William Knave, heirs of William Beneyt, Thomas Quilter, Margaret Baker, heirs of William Carpunter and Isabella Turgys.
Knolton. Court, Thursday before the feast of St Peter in Cathedra, 35 Ed. III. [18 Feb: 1360-1].
Essoins 'de communi': John de Cobham by Richard Arneys, Nicholas Clement by John atte Pette, Thomas Tebbe by Richard Cokes, John de Penfeld by John atte Pette.
M. 2. Distraints: Arnold Broun for relief and fealty, etc. for lands acquired with William Clerk. John Polroun for relief and fealty, etc., on death of Magar' [sc. Margaret] his mother. John Perot, William de Tekonerst, Richard de Tekenerst, Dnm. de Gatysdenn, Thomas Yue and Robert Vmfrey for several defaults of court.
Ordered to levy all arrears of rent and hens as in the previous court.
Knolton. Court, on Thursday the feast of St [blank] 35 Ed. III. [If held three weeks after the previous court the date would be March 11-- the translation of St. Oswin, King and Martyr; or it might be a week later, March 18, the feast of St. Edward, King and Martyr, which would make it three and a half weeks before the next court.]
Essoins 'de communi': Magota de Knolton by William de Wappham, Richard Skynner by Richard Cook.
Distraints: Arnold Broun and John Polroun [as in previous court], John Perot, Richard de Tekenerst, William Stephan (nihil fecit igitur, etc.), the lord of Gattysdenn, Thomas Yve, Robert Vmfray for defaults of court.
Beadle to levy all arrears of rent and hens as in previous court.
Knolton. Court, Monday before the feast of St Alphege, 35 Ed. III. [12 Ap: 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': John Pette by Nicholas Clement, Thomas Tebbe by Richard Skynner. John Perot answers (ponit se) for several defaults of court. Let him be distrained accordingly.
Ordered that the beadle levy as follows: from John atte Berton 3s 1¾d from last Easter term, from Henry Gathurst 2s 9¾d (paid 2s 4d), from Nicholas atte Sole 3¾d, from Hamo atte Halle 9½d, from John Tork 7¼d [crossed out], from John atte Pette 8¼d [crossed out], from the heirs of Walter atte Wode 4s 7½d, from Eadmund Toky 3½d, from the heirs of Nicholas Penfeld 10½d [crossed out], from tenants of the land of Tebbe 7¼d [crossed out], from the heirs of Clement Penfold 5d [crossed out], from John Meller' 7d [crossed out], from John Polroun 13d¼, from Helena Tykenerst 9d (Indenture dominus 4½d) [and in margin: in dns. iijd½ ¼ and pro loq ijd½ and pro lac' vjd], from Matilda Penfeld 1d [crossed out], from Thomas Colyn (dns.) 8½d, from Richard de Tekenerst 8½d, from Walter de Tekenerst (dns.) 4½d, from Thomas Steveth 14½d, from John Herui 1½d, from Stephen Messebergh 4½d [crossed out], from John Clerk 4½d, from John Loveryk 8d [crossed out], from Thomas Wygwod 5d [crossed out], from William Cassesol 7d [crossed out], from John Frend 3¾d, from John Coleman 5d [crossed out], from Margeria Witloc 8d, from William Harlond 1¾ [crossed out], from Edmund Toky 6½d [crossed out].
Distraints: Arnould Broun and John Polroun [as in previous court], Richard de Tekenerst, William Condy, the lord of Gattysdenn, Thomas Yve, Robert Vmfray for several defaults of court.
Rents in arrears with hens £4 9s. 1½d [crossed out].
'Afferrores': Nicholas de Penfeld, Richard Arneys, John Meller. Sum of the court 6d.
Hamwold. Court, Thursday before the Feast of St Aelpheus, 35 Ed. III. [? 15 April 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': Thomas Polham by Thomas Harlond, Thomas Bourener by Roger Harlond, Richard Elys by John Flemyng.
Distraints: William Wyke for relief and fealty in arrears for lands acquired from heirs of Roger Walram. [al interlined.]
Ordered to levy from the following: from heirs of Roger Walram 9d for Mid-lent term (media quadragesime) [al interlined.]; Nicholas Suenfeld 1¼d; William atte Crouche 1¼d (distrain) and 1d for quarter of a cock; Thomas Tebbe 6d and 2 hens; from Stephen Reynner and Margareta Bourener half a hen (distrain).
Godwynston. Court, Friday before the feast of St Elphege, 35 Ed. III. [April 16, 1361].
To distrain Alice, who was the wife of William Beneyt, for 4d for relief.
Sums to be levied from the following: The same Alice 4d from Michaelmas term; Thomas Frode the 8th part of a hen; Thomas Quilter 8d; Alice Knave 20d [crossed out], 16d; John Stour 2d; Margareta Bakere 3d; William atte Pette for tenement of Rollyng 10½d and 3 hens; Isabel Turgys 11d; heirs of Stephen Courtman 6d [crossed out], 18d, 3 hens; Stephen Carpunter 11d; William Snakston ½ hen; Warinus Pappere ¾d; Alice Kinaue[In later entries the name appears as Knave as before.] 2½ hens; Stephen and his parcenars 17 eggs; Thomas de Rollyng 6 eggs from Easter term (termino passe).
Sum received from this court in rent 18¼d and there is in arrears 13s 9¾d.
Knolton. Court, Monday the Feast of the Holy Cross, 35 Ed. III. [? May 3, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': John Penfeld by Nicholas Clement, Richard Skynner by John Pette, Thomas Tebbe by Robert Vmfrey, John Perot by Richard Arneys.
Distraints for relief and fealty: The Lord of Gattisdenne, Dns. John Cobham, William Bard, heirs of John Edward, Richard of Tekenerst, Edmund Tykenerst, Walter Tikenerst, John Tykenerst, Thomas Colyn, John atte Halke, Nicholas Rous, and the beadle to levy all rents.
Sum received at this court in rent 21d.
Godwynston. Court, Monday after the Feast of the Ascension, year 35 [May 10, 1361].
Distraints: Robert Baker baker [sic], Thomas Quilter, Stephen Carpunter, William atte Pette, Isabel Tergis, William Snakson and heirs of Courtman for several defaults of Court.
Knolton. Court, Monday after the Feast of Corpus Christi, 35 Ed. III. [May 31, 1361].
Essoins: John Penfeld by Nicholas Clement, Magota de Knolten by William Wappham, Robert Vmfrey by John Pette, Thomas Tebbe by Richard Arneys.
Beadle ordered to distrain for arrears of rent from the following: The Lord of Gattisdenn, William Stephan, John Cobham, Knt. for Dane 13¼d, Henry Gatherst, Nicholas atte Sole, Hamo atte Halle, John Polroun, Harnold Broun and Henry Aucher.
Sum received of this court for rent 2s [crossed out].
Knolton. Court, Monday before the Feast of St. John the Baptist, 35 Ed. III. [21 June 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': Robert Umfrey by John Pette, John Penfold by Nicholas Clement.
Distraints: Dns. de Gatisdenn for relief and fealty and several defaults of Court, Robert Umfrey for three defaults of Courts, John Perot for relief and fealty, John Meller', Richard Skynner [crossed out], Arnold Broun, Thomas Tebbe for three defaults of Courts, William Condy.
Beadle to pay 40d [crossed out], to seize all lands, levy all rents in arrears and of hens as it appears in the previous court, and the tenements which belonged to John Steuethye.
Knolton. Court, Monday next before the Feast of St. John the Baptist, 35 Ed. III. [21 June 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': [As in previous Court.]
Distraints: John Perot [in margin] ordered to levy from J. P. for default of Courts 6d, Dns. de Gattisdenn, Dns. John de Cobham for his manor of Dane, Henry Aucher for several defaults of Court, Thomas Elys for his manor of Ercheslo 13s 4d.
Sandoune. Beadle ordered to levy from Nicholas atte Sole 3¾d; to distrain John Gyboun for the land of Peter Moper 7d; Stephen atte Donne for Dodeman field (prato) 2d, and for Margaret Large 2d; Simon Broun for Grys land 12d and 12d; John Arundel for the said Laurence 2d; Custance Moys for Ralph de Hoo 4d and 4d, and for Hekelynton 4d; John Schad for Grigor [?] for the year 6d; Johanna Holeweye for Stephen Hamon 8d, and for another term 8d, and for Knakke 18d, and for another term 18d, and for an acre of land 4½d; heirs of Robert Noldyn for 5d; John Bosk for 4½d. For St John the Baptist's term: William Bard with his members (cum membris suis) 13s 4d; Nicholas de Egghethorne for a certain marsh at Sanddoune 3s 6d; heirs of Walteratte Wodefor 4s 8d and 4s 8d; Cristiana Polroun for 'forgabulum' 6d; Thomas Colyn 17d, Richard de Tekenerst 9d, Walter Tekenenerst 9d, and for 'forgabulum' 4d; Walter de Tekenerst for 'forgabulum' 7d.
Sandoune. Custance Moys for Ralph de Hoo 1 hen; Simon for Grys land 2 hens; Stephen atte Donne, Johanna Bosk, heirs of Thomas de Hellam, Johanna Holeweye 2 hens; Johanna Holeweye and Stephen Hamoun 1 hen, and the same Johanna for Knakke 2 hens; the heirs of Robert and Peter Condy half a hen.
Knolton. Hens in arrears from heirs of Walter atte Wode 6; heirs of John Tekenerst with his parceners 2½ hens; Cristiana Polroun and Helena with parceners 2½ hens.
M. 3. Godwynston. Court, Monday before the Feast of St Matthias, Apostle, [year] 35. [Probably St. Matthew is meant, making the date Sept. 20, 1361 (compare the date of the next court), otherwise it is Feb. 22, 1360-1.]
Essoins 'de communi': John Perton by William Snakston.
Distraints: John Onderdenn, Isabel Turgys 12d, Alice Beneyt 12d, Thomas Quilter 8s, Marger[et] Baker 3d, Robert Baker 16d.
Knolton. Court, Monday after the Feast of St Denis, 35 Ed. III. [Oct. 11, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': Nicholas Clement by John Meller', Nicholas atte Sole by John Tork, Stephen Jordan by Thomas Tebbe. Because the beadle did nothing, therefore [let him be distrained].
Distraints for defaults of Courts: William Welles (al') Dns. John Cobham (al') Richard de Tekenerst, and for forgabulum 4d; John Polroun (al') for 3s 7d and for forgabulum 6d; Magota Cok for 15d; William son of John Stevethie q [probable extension queratur] for Michaelmas term 14½d; John Hervy (1½d) q; for the same term William Loverik [crossed out] 3¾d, for relief and rent 2s 3d (13d 18d); John Hakeneye 7¾d; William Bischop 7¾d; Stephen Jordan (9d) q; heirs of Stephen Mesberghe (al') 4½d; John Loverik (al') for 8d; for rents in arrear Prior of Ledes 4d½ q (al.); Nicholas Grove [crossed out] (q) 2s 4d; Thomas Yve (al') 5d; John Frend (al.) 3¾d; John Coleman for 5d, and for Mageria [crossed out] H Wylock [crossed out] 8d; William Berneneld [crossed out] rent in arrears 6d; Robert Wyngem' in arrears 2s 9¾d.
Robert de Gatherst for rent 2s 8d; Nicholas atte Sole 3¾d; Hamon atte Halle 9¾d for rent; Robert atte Hetthe for 5½d; John Tork for 7¼d (pays) for relief and fealty Arnold Broun (al.). Payments of rent: William Cassesol 4d q, John Frend 3d, Thomas Tebbe 3s 7¼d, John Forst 1¾d.
Total receipts of the Court 16s 3½d.
Election of Beadle: William Malyn and John Bischop chosen; the former pays the lord a fine for exemption from office 2s.
Landchepe [Cowell Interpreter. An ancient customary fine at every alienation of land lying on some peculiar manor, or the liberty of some town.] from John Houlot 10½d. Groue pays for relief 2s 4d.
Sum of perquisitions 8s 9½d. Sum 5s 4½d. Sum of rents because the lord owes for the term 7s 8¾d.
Sum for relaxing of suit of court 3s 6d.
Stephen Jordan dat domino pro secta curie relaxanda pro termino Sancti Michaelis usque ad idem festum 3d.
Similarly, Nicholas atte Sole, Thomas Tebbe, William Loverik, William Cassesole, John Tork, Cristin[a] Grove, William Groue, heirs of John Loverik; Prior of Ledys 12d, John Perott for suit from Ryngilton 6d, Sir John Cobham knt., for suit from Dane 6d, Dns. de Gatesden 6d; Hamon atte Halle, Robert Umfrey, Walter de Tykenerst also 3d each.
M. 2 d. Sandowne. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of St Denis, 34 Ed. III. [Oct. 13, 1360].
Distraints: Master Nicholas of Sandwich for 6s 8d, Roger Blaunche 3¾d, now William Yve, William Yve for Moys land 8¼d, John Condy for Moys land 15¼d, heirs of John Edward for 8s 8d, and for default of court Simon Broun 2d, 2 hens [?]. Payments for Michaelmas term: Johanna Couherde 4d, Nicholas Egthorne q 3d.
Knolton. Court, Wednesday after the Feast of St Luke Evangelist, year 35 of the King's reign [Oct. 20, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': John Stour by Henry Lacy.
Payments: John Stour for default of court 2d, Alia Beneyt....; for Michaelmas term Thomas Frode 1¾d, Magota Carpunter 16d q for the same term.
Distraints: Alicia Knave for rent in arrears 16d, John Pirtone for an acre at Mer' 3d, John Oldefeld de le Serghaund de Crikdessale 2s, the heirs of Bertram de Thuycham for 2 years arrears 6d, Warisius Papper' 1½d q for same term, Isabell Turgis for 11d, heirs of Courtman for tenement 6d, John Perton for an acre at Mer' 3d, and for 3 roods lying there for the year 3d.
Sum of this Court 15d.
Sandoune. Court, Tuesday before the Feast of St Martin the Bishop, 35 Ed. III. [Nov. 9, 1361].
Essoins.
Distraints: Roger Blaunche for default of 9½d of rent many times, William Yve for default of Court and 16d of rent for Moys land, John Condy for Moys land 15¼d, the same 15¼d, Stephen atte Donne for Peter Moper 3½d [written over ¼d].
Godwynston. Court, Wednesday before the Feast of St Martin, year 35 [Nov: 10, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi.'
Hamwold. Court, Wednesday before the Feast of St Martin, year 35 [Nov. 10, 1361].
Essoins: Thomas Polham.
Ordered to seize into the lord's hands 3½ roods against the next court.
Hamwold. Court, Monday before the feast of the Nativity of the Lord, year 35 [Dec. 20, 1361].
Ordered to distrain Thomas Petyt for 18d.
Omnes tenentes onerati sunt ad eligendum Bedellum et eligerunt Thomam Herlond et predictus Thomas oneratur.
Godwynston. Court, Thursday after the feast of Epiphany, year 37 [Jan. 11, 1363-4].
Essoins 'de communi': Thomas Petyt, Thomas Herlond.
Again ordered to seize into the lord's hands [as above].
M. 4. Knolton. Court, Monday before the Feast of St Martin the Bishop, 35 Ed. III. [Nov. 8, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': John Penfeld, William Harlond, Thomas Steuethie.
Distraints: William Welles (al.) Sir John Cobham (al.) (William Condy 6d), John Polroun for several defaults of Court (Thomas Wygwod).
Johannes Smeth (solvit) venit ad hanc curiam et vadiavit relevium de uno crofto et est relevium ijd.
Payments: John Pette 3s4¾d [crossed out] for Michaelmas term, John Meller 7¼d, Mar' de Knolton 8d, Angnes Arneys 5¼d [crossed out]Ali, but not ¼d.
To be seized into the lord's hand 2 ac. which belonged to Margar' Polroun. Marger' late the wife of William Tebbekyn pays 13d. William Bishop to be distrained to receive the office of beadle; John Messeberghe to be distrained for relief and fealty.
Sum received 9d [?].
Knolton. Court, Monday after the Feast of the Conception of the B.M., 35 Ed. III. [Dec. 13, 1361].
Essoins 'de communi': John Penfeld, Matilda Cok, John Meller', Richard Skynner.
Ad hanc curiam venit dominus Johannes Cobham et dat pro sectis de Dane vid.
Distraints: Arnold Broun, William Well (pl.), Richard Tekenerst, John Broun for relief, etc.
John Cristian wages relief 10d.
William Condy comes and pays for Dns. John Cobham for the Sheriff's tourn for Dane 21d (pro to'ne vic').
Sum of this court 'de perquisitionibus' 22½d.
Godwynston. Court, Thursday before the Feast of St Vincent, year 35 [Jan. 20, 1361-2].
Essoins 'de communi': John Taylour parcener [?] by John Taylour.
Fined for not coming to court: John Onderdoune, Isabel Turgys, Alice Beneyt, Alice Knave, Margar' Baker, heirs of John Twyccham, [So spelt here and elsewhere on this roll, the modern name is Twytham.] heirs of Bertram Twyccham.
To distrain: John Pyrton, heirs Courtman, Roger Smeth, Stephen Carpunter.
Knolton. Court, Monday after the feast of the Purification of the B.M., 36 Ed. III. [Feb. 7, 1361-2].
Essoins 'de communi': Robert Omfrey (did not come) by Nicholas Clement, John Polroun by John Meller', William Bysschop' by Richard Arneys, John Smeth by John Penfeld, John Hervy (did not come) by Richard Skynner, Henry Gattherst by John Byschop. [3 lines obliterated.]
Sandowne. Court, Monday the feast of St Valentine, year 36 [Feb. 14, 1361-2].
To be distrained for not coming: Benedict de Haute, William Condy and William Loverik.
Godwynston. Court, Monday 'post festum sci. Mathei,' year 36. [Probably St. Matthias is meant, making the date Feb. 28, 1361-2 (compare the date of the next court), otherwise it is Sept. 26, 1362.]
Essoins 'de communi.'
Ordered to distrain for not coming: Alice Beneyt 1½d, Robert Frode, Thomas Quilter, Robert Baker, Margeria Baker, John de Pyrton 2d, heirs of John de Thwyc[ham] (1d), heirs of Bertram de Thwyccham, John Coupere (1½d), heirs of William Carpunter 1d, Isabell Turgys and heirs of Thomas de Rollyng.
Affeerers: John Onderdoun, heir of Roger Smeth.
Knolton. Court, Wednesday after the Feast of St Aelphege, year 36 [Ap. 20, 1362].
Essoins 'de communi': Henry Gatherst (2o) by William Harlond, Nicholas Clement (1o) by Richard Skynner, John Smeth (1o) by John Polroun, John Meller (2o) by John Pette, John Heruy by Richard Arneys, Thomas Steuethie (2o) by William Bysschop, Robert Omfray (2o) by John Byschop, tenants of Messebergh [torn away, ? for not making] their rental; therefore in the lord's mercy. Tenants de Heth for not making their rental, Thomas Peny not [torn], Henry Peny in the lord's mercy.
To distrain Thomas Steuethie for not having Henry Peny: therefore in mercy.
Godwynston. Court, Monday before All Saints, 36 Ed. III. [Oct. 31, 1362].
Essoins 'de communi': John Onderdoune by Henry Lacy.
Distraints: Alice Beneyt for rent in arrear 12d [crossed out], John Beneyt [crossed out] Pirton, John...., John Coupere, chaplain, Thomas Quilter, Isabell Turgys for several defaults [? of court], heirs of.... Twycham.
Godwynston. Court, Thursday before the Feast of Pentecost, year 37 [May 18, 1363].
Alice Beneyt in mercy for not coming, Robert Frode, John Onderdoun (1d), Robert Baker 3d, Henry Lacy, John Pirton, Nicholas Twyccham, heirs of Bertram de Twyccham, Isabella [? Turgys], John Stour, William Pette.
Affeerer: Henry Lacy.
3 d. Godwynston. Court, Monday before the Feast of St Luke the Evangelist, 37 Ed. III.[Altered from 38, but the internal date not altered.] [Oct. 16, 1363].
Essoins 'de communi': Robert Frode by Henry Lacy.
In mercy for default of Court, to levy from Alice Beneyt 1d, John Onderdenn 2d, John Pirton 2d, Nicholas Twyccham 6d, heirs of Bertram Twyccham 3d, Isabell Turgys 2d, William Pitte 1d, John Stour 1d.
Sum of this Court 'de perquisitionibus' 20d.
Rents paid for Michaelmas 38th year: Henry Lacy 1½d, John Stour 2d, Marioria Baker 1½d, John Pirton 5½d, Stephen Carpunter 11d, Warisius Pappere' 1½d, Isabel Turgis 4d, Alice Courtman 3d.
Sum of rents 3s 7d.
Godwynston. Thursday the Feast of St Edmund the Bishop, 37 Ed. III. [Nov. 16, 1363].
Defaults of court: Alicia Beneyt, Robert Frode, John Ondordoun, Thomas Quilter, Henry Lacy (2d), John Pirton (1d), heirs of John Twyccham, heirs of Bertram Twyccham, John Coupere (2d), chaplain, Isabell Turgys, heirs of John Pirton.
William Pitte, beadle [in mercy], for not carrying out orders.
Beadle to seize lands that belonged to Alice Knave; to distrain John Pirton to appear at the next court and do fealty for lands acquired with Juliana Craft of Sandwich.
Rents paid: William Pitte 10½d, John Onderdoun 4½d, John Frode ¾d. Sums received 15¾d [over 14½d].
Sum of perquisitions 8d.
Rents paid for Michaelmas Term: Alice Beneyt 4d, and the same for amercements 2d and 4d; John Ondordoun 4½d, for Lok 1½d; John Pirton for half a hen 2d; Agnes Courtman half a hen 2d; Gilbert Blake for 2 hens 8d.
Distraints for default of Court: John Pirton, Stephen Carpunter, William Snakston, Stephen Carpunter [sic], William Pitte, Alice Beneyt, Thomas Quilter, Isabel Turgys for arrears of rent and default of Court, Robert Baker for rent 8d and Lok 4d.
In mercy: John Coupere 2d, Stephen Carpunter, Isabell Turgis.

COURT ROLL  CM 32/2  [n.d.]

The entries on membrane 1 are all in the same handwriting, membranes 2 and 3 are in a different hand, there is another handwriting for m. 4 recto, and another for the dorse. The writing on m. 5 is of the same style as that on m. 2 and 3.

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 92A

Contents:
Curia tenta apud Sandowne in die Sancti Andrie [sic] anno regni regis Edwardi xv [Nov. 30, 1286].
Essonie: Johanna de Kyngston de Communi per Alexandrum filium Jurdani. Simon Karliot de placito transgressionis per Hamonem filium Simonis.
Willelmus de Ercheslawe calumpniatur de redditu termini pasche anno xiiij detento & dicit quod soluit domino de Knolton pro debito suo in Sandwico per voluntatem & preceptum suum & hoc vocat & Warent' domino.
Simon Karliot fecit se assoniari, & inperlaccatus fuit in dicta curia veniendi de Judicio, & dicta essonia non fecit mencionem de placito ut de Judicio placiti unde dominus inde petit Judicium curie & dicta curia ponit Judicium in respectu pro defalta.
Henricus Werris distringatur pro defalta unius curie. Cote le Large fecit finem usque ad festum Annunciationis beate Marie vjd.
Curia de Sandowne tenta die Sabbati post festum Annunciacionis Beate Marie anno Edwardi xv [March 29, 1287].
Essonia: Robertus de Kyngston de Communi per Alexandrum filium Gordani.
Willelmus de Ercheslawe non habet Warrantiam suam de Domino de hoc quod calumpniatus fuit de redditu suo detento ad curiam antea tentam ibidem et idio [sic] in misericordia.
Simon Kalet distringatur ad audiendum Judicium suum pro defalta inter Dominum et predictum Simonem.
Henricus Werris dicit quod summonitus fuit idio non potest defaltam facere & de hoc vadit legem & ponitur in respectu.
Simon Karilot per defaltam quia atingatur per curiam de placito quod fuit inter dominum & predictum Simonem de quadam pecia terre in Sandwico ita quod predictus Simon posuit se ipsum in misericordia domini.
Curia de Sandowne tenta die marcuri [sic] proxime post festum Sancti Edmundi Episcopi Anno Edwardi xv [Nov. 19, 1287].
Essonie: Magester [sic] Rogerus de Chilynden respondet [?] H. Werris de placito debiti per E. de Cnolton. Joh de Kyngiston [Johanna probably, cf. above] de communi per Robertum de Kyngiston. Magister Rogerus de Chelynden optulit se versus H. Werrys de placito debiti. Willelmus de Ercheslaw de Communi per Willelmum fratrem ejus.
Idem Henricus Werrys distringatur ad replicandum Magistro Rogero de Chyllenden de placito debiti. Robertum Scorgyl distr[ingere] Robertum filium Andrie Lage distr[ingere].
Henricus le Werrys non venit per essoniam nec in propria persona de lege sua vadiente idio in misericordia, ponitur in respectu usque ad proximam curiam ad instanciam uxoris sue, et idio etc.
Sandowne. Court held Monday next after the Feast of SS. Philip and James, 23 Ed. [May 2, 1295]. [Possibly Ed. III. and not Ed. I. should be understood, making the date May 7, 1349, cf. names of tenants with those given in next court Nov. 16, 1361.]
Essoins: None.
Orders to levy the following sums: From William Yve for Mid-lent term 11¾d; from John Cundy for Moys' land 15d; from Stephen atte Denne 14¼d; from Christina att Merche 14½d; from Simon Broune 12d; from Stephen Dodeman 11½d; from Adam Formfal 3½d; from William Mostarder' 3½d; from Jhon Arundell 2d; from the Master of the hospital of St Bartholomew 4d; from John Couerd 4d; from Deonigius Solde 1½d; from Constance Moys 3¼d; from William Osburn 4d; from John Proman 5d; from Margeria Mot 1½d; from Jacob Chertham 8d; from Simon Tauerner 20¼d; from Juliana att Merche 3½d; from Stephen Godfray 6½d; from Salamon Yok 8¾d; from Peter Cundy 2½d; from Thomas Cundy 2¼d; from John Bosch 2¼d; from the heirs of Thomas de Elam 2¼d.
To be distrained for relief and fealty withheld: the heirs of William Mostarder' and the heirs of William Osbarnn.
Ordered to levy from William Stephenteg' for Stephen ut downe [? Is this the Stephen at Denne of the previous entry.] for Michaelmas term 15¼d; from William Mostarder 3½d; from Margeria Mot 1½d; from John Arundel 2d.
Sum of rents received 2s; sum in arrears 11s 10½d.
Sandowne. Court held Tuesday after the Feast of St. Martin, bishop, 35 Ed. III. [Nov. 16, 1361].
Essoins: None.
Distraints: Roger Baunche for several defaults and for 9½d rent; William Yve for fealty and for 16d rent for Moys' land, John Cundy for Moys' land 15¼d; the same 15½d; Stephen att Doune for Peter Moper 3½d.
Sandowne. Court held Monday next the Feast of St. Valentine, 36th year [Feb. 14, 1361-2].
Essoins: None.
Distraints for non-appearance: Benedict de Haute, William Coundy and William Loverik.
Sandowne. Court held on the Feast of St. George, 38 Ed. III. [Tuesday, April 23, 1364].
Essoins: None.
Orders to distrain: Benedict de Haute, Thomas Elys, William Cundy, the heirs of William Yve, Richard Orlaston, William Roc, William Loveryk, the heirs of Stephen Kent, John Botswayn, Margery Stephan, Alice Messeberghe, John Arundel, Roger Lucas, John Godard, sen., Stephen Goby, Stephen Yok, John Plomer, John Puk, John Kyx, William Benet, Thomas Yve for default of one court.
[In smaller hand.] Rents received at this court: Rents received from Henry Haket 12d; Johanna Richere [?] 4d.
M. 2. Sandowne. Court of the lord of Knolton held there Thursday next after the Feast of St. John before the Latin Gate, 15 Rich. II. [May 9, 1392].
Ad hanc Curiam venit Johannes Gybon et fecit domino fidelitatem [Note the use of this word instead of feoditas as hitherto, and so for the remainder of the roll. It is translated 'fidelity'.] pro Grys mede perquisito de Thoma Broun fratre suo. Et est rem' (sic ? = relevium) ijs. Item ad hanc Curiam venit Custancia Yook et vadiat relevium suum de ij acris terre perquisitis de executoribus ac feoffatis Willelmi Yook. Et fecit domino fidelitatem. Et est relm' (= relevium) vd. Item ad hanc Curiam venit laurencius Wade et vadiat relevium suum de 1 roda & dimidia roda terre perquisitis de Thoma Cristemesse. Et fecit domino fidelitatem. Et est relevium iijd q. etc. [Marg. Relevium ijs viiid q.]
Rents received: John Gybon 2s & for 2 hens 6d, Custance Yook 2½d and for half a hen 1½d, Richard Thundre 3s 9½d, Simon Coupere 3½d, Stephen Kempe 2d, John Kent 1d and paid before the quarter [servit ante quarterium, cf. below], Hugh Issyng 2½d, Simon Talbot 6½d, Richard Nied and John Child 1d, Master of St. Bartholomew 9d rent and for 1 hen 3d, Robert Hobedy 2d, John atte Sole for heirs of Roger Lucas for 3 hens in arrears for 3 years 9d, for a hen 3d. Sum. 9s 11d.
Preceptum est distringere heredem domini Willelmi de Pympe militis pro fidelitate & relevio domino faciendis et defalta secte Curie sananda contra proximam.
Also the following against the next court for default of this court: heirs of William Yve, heirs of Thomas Elys, heirs of Laurence Cundy, heirs of Thomas Loveryk and John Tanner. Sum of this court 2s 8¼d.
Court held [as above] Monday next before the Feast of St. Denis, 16 Rich. II. [Oct. 7, 1392].
Composicio facta inter dominum et tenentes: Ad hanc Curiam venerunt Ricardus Thundr' Simon George, Johannes atte Sole, heredes Johannis Chapman, idem Ricardus pro uxore sua & omnes alii tenentes concesserunt sicut antecessores. supradicti de jure debendo pro terris & tenementis suis quod non stat [?] a tempore memorie pro terris & tenementis predictis ad festum Nativitatis Domini proxime futurum post datum istius Curie videlicet, Ricardus Thundr' pro se ij gallinas & pro terra uxoris sue ibidem ij gallinas, Simon George ij gallinas, Johannes atte Sole i gallinam, heredes Johannis Chapman ij gallinas, Johannes Tanner' pro terra uxoris sue i gallinam. Summa x galline. Summa totalis in Curia precedenti & in ista Curia xiiij galline & dimidia gallina. Ista curia tenta fuerit in presencia domini de Knolton tunc ibidem, Willelmi Sutton armigeri domini de Betlyshangr', Johannis FitzRobert tunc Senescalli ibidem et coram omnibus aliis fidedignis tunc presentibus ibidem.
Ordered to distrain as before [names as in previous court].
Ad hanc Curiam venerunt Johannes atte Sole (ijd) et Simon George (ijd) et fecerunt domino fidelitatem & pro pluribus defaltis secte curie ponunt se [in misericordia domini]. [Marg. Summa iiijd.]
Rents received at Michaelmas: Hugh Issyng for 1½d ro. land etc. between the wall of the sea (mar') on the north and the land of John Curthalys on the south for the year 3¼d, for Michaelmas term 2¾d, Nicholas Cussyn 10d, John Kent ½d, Simon George 3½d, Richard Thundre 22¾d, and paid before the quarter [solvit ante quarterium] from the Master of St. Bartholomew Sandwich 9d, Simon Talbot 6½d, Thomas Pysnot for the whole year past 4d, John Hardy 1½d. Sum 5s. 4d [crossed out].
Court held [as above] Thursday next after the Feast of St Hilary, 16 Rich. II. [Jan. 16, 1392-3].
Essoins 'de communi': Thomas Penyot by Hugh Issyng, W. Gayler' by Simon George.
Receipts for rent and hens: John Gybon 6d for 2 hens, heirs of Roger Lucas 3d for 1 hen, Nicholas Whyte for the heirs of Thomas Elys 2½d. Sum 11½d.
Ordered to distrain as many times before (siout pluries) [names as above p. 74.]
M. 5. [This is a small membrane fastened together with the others at the end, but it is inserted here on account of the date and for comparison with the entry on M. 3.] Extracts of Court of the Lord of Knolton held 21 April, 16 Rich. II. [1393].
Larence Wade for relief 3¼d and 6½d for rent 2 years in arrears 3¼d a year. Agnes late the wife of John Child for four reliefs 4d, and for rent in arrears 2d.
De Henrico Derey pannario de relevio viijd, et nihilominus preceptum est distringere dictum Henricum pro fidelitate domino facienda et carta sua ostendenda de terra perquisita de heredibus Rogeri Lucas contra proximam.
To distrain similarly. The heirs of Thomas Pysnot for relief 4d; the heirs of Sir William de Pympe, knt., for relief and fidelity and for several defaults of suit of court, relief 6s 8d. The heirs of William Yve for 4s 8d for arrears of rent for 3½ years at 16d a year arising from a marsh lying between the marsh of John Godard on the East and the marsh of the heirs of Henry Edward on the West, also for 2s 2¼d of rent in arrears for Blaunchehope for 3½ years at 7½d a year. The tenants of the land of Thomas Elys for relief and fidelity and for 8¾d rent in arrears for 3½ years, 2½d a year and for relief 2½d, sum 11¼d, whereof Nicholas Whyte pays for himself 2½d and there remains in arrears 8¾d; and the heirs of William Noueryng for 13½d for relief, and to distrain the said heirs for fidelity against the next court.
Ordered to distrain divers tenants for rent in arrear as appears below for Easter term and for other terms now past before this term.
The heirs of William de Pymp knt. 3s 4d, the heirs of William Yve for Ircheslow 10s, the heirs of William Noueryng 2 hens 6¾d, Richard Thunder 16d 2 hens, Robert Hobedey 1¾d and in arrears 1½d, sum 3½d [M. 5 d.], the heirs of Roger Lucas 8d, John Gibbon 12d, Simon Talbot ½d, Richard Nyed ½d, John Tanner 8d, 1 hen, Stephen Kempe 2d, John Hardy 1½d, Margery Chapman, 20d (altered to ¼d) and 2 hens, Simon George 2 hens, John atte Sole 3¾d, 1 hen, Cecilia Kempe ¾d, heirs of William Yook ½ hen. Sum total 37s 10½d and 10½ hens.
M. 3. Sandoun. Court held [as above] 21st April, 16 Rich. II. [1393].
Distraints. Henry Dyrey for fidelity and relief and to show his charter for lands acquired from the heirs of Roger Lucas; heirs of Thomas Pysnot, Agnes Childys, and heirs of William Noueryng all for fidelity, and relief to be made to the lord.
To distrain as many times before [names as above].
TYLMANSTON, [Added on the lower half of the membrane which had been left blank in 1393. For details of a court held there 12 Dec. 1476, see Appendix to Churchill, East Kent Records.] Court held there 8 Nov., 21 Rich. II. [1397].
Essonie de communi, Stephanus Chapman, Thomas Austyn, Johannes Wodelonde essoniantur de communi secta.
Ad hanc curiam venit Adam Bryk et recepit officium bedelli Et sic idem Adam remanet bedellus juratus.
Johannes Molende dat domino de fine secte curie usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis iijd.
'Curia Borialis de Tylmanston,' held Tuesday next after feast of St Andrew, Apostle, 21 Rich. II. [Dec. 4, 1397].
Essoins 'de communi': William Cook and Stephen Chapman.
Distraints: Robert Gwodson for fidelity and relief and the lands once of John Gelderod for several defaults of suit of court.
Amercement 2d. The beadle and William Cook for not having the heirs of Thomas Elys, as was enjoined, therefore the pledges amerced and better distraint to be made on the heirs for default of suit of court against the next court.
Affeerers: John Coly, Thomas Barbour.
M. 3. Court held at Tylmanston 10 Jan., 21 Rich. II. [1397-8].
Essoins 'de communi': John Coly and Thomas Austyn. Robert Gwodson pays relief for lands and tenements acquired from John Smyth and does fidelity. Relief 3s.
Distraint, heirs of John Gilderod for several defaults of suit of court.
Finis ijd: Heredes Thome Elys pro secta curie relaxanda usque festum Sancti Michaelis iijd.
M. 4. Sandowne curia tenta ibidem duodesimo [sic] die Octobris anno regni regis Henrici sexti tricesimo secundo [1453].
Esson[ium] nullum.
Misericordie xxd. Preceptum est bedello quod distringat Rogerum Clederaw (ijd), Johannem Checche (ijd), Johannem Drewery (ijd), Thomam Alfreye ijd, Johannem Cok (ijd), Edmundum Erchedekyn (ijd), Henricum Cok (ijd), Ricardum Ore (ijd), Johannem Coly (ijd), et Johannem Grene (ijd), quia non faciunt sectas suas Ideo ipsi separatim in misericordia videlicet quilibet eorum ad ijd et nihilominus preceptum est distringere contra proximam curiam.
Bedellus presentat quod Johannes Coli perquisivit unum mariscum de Johanne Deyer et Johanne Masbregh nuper feoffatis Willelmi Perot unde accidit domino relevium ut patet et fidelitas. [In the margin 4s 11½d.]
Bedell presents etc. Thomas Loveryk for land acquired from Thomas Alfrey 6½d, the hospital of St Bartholomew for 1 acre from John Coly 8d, Simon Roddok and Hugh Caxston for a marsh by gift and feoffment of heirs of John Boteler 16d, John Pastor for land from heirs of John Grene 2d, the hospital of St John, Sandwich, for 1 rood from Hamo Egh 2d, Nicholas Bonde and Simon Roddok for 3 roods by gift and feoffment of Edmund Erchedekene 4d, John Deyer and John Mesbrege for a marsh by gift and feoffment of William Perot 4s 11½d.
Court [as above], Nov. 6 [1453].
Alicia the relict of Thomas Spenser pays fidelity and relief for half acre of land which she holds by gift and feoffment of Robert March and William Weston, relief 3d.
Distraints for non-performance of suits [as above]: Roger Cliderawe, Esq., John Chicche, Hospital of St Bartholomew, Chaplains of the Chantry of Thomas Elys, William Perot, John Drewry, Robert Chellisworth, John Broun, baker, Thomas Alfray, John Cook, Richard Ore, Richard Cook, John Coly, John Grene and Hamo Egh.... each 2d.
Sandowne. Court held there 15 Oct., 33 Hen. VI. [1454].
Essoins: None.
Distraints [as in previous court]: John Chycche, Chaplain of Chantry of Thomas Elys, John Browne, John Brow baker [sic], Thomas Alfray, Richard Cokke, John Grene, Thomas Loverych and Hamo Egh.
Ad hanc curiam venit Stephanus Starke unus fratrum hospitalis sancti Bartholomei pro, se & fratribus suis et facit domino fidelitatem pro una acra terre perquisita de Johanne Colyn.
SANDOWNE.
M. 4d. Court, 19 Oct., 35 Hen. VI. [1456].
Essoin: John Brown, baker, by the Master of St Bartholomew.
Distraints for not doing suit of court: Roger Clederow, Esq., John Chycche, Chaplain of the Chantry of Thomas Elys, Robert Whyte, John Drovry, Robert Chelysworth, Thomas Alfray, John Cook, Edmund Erchedekyn, Richard Ore, John Bret, John Coly, Marot Broke, John Grene, John Hopeday, Thomas Loverych, Marot Hopeday, Richard Cook, Hamo Eghe, John Pret and Alice Spencer.... each 2d.
Court, 7 March [1456-7].
Essoins: John Brown, baker, by John Hopeday.
Ad hanc curiam venit magister sancti Bartholomei et dat domino pro respectu secte sue iiijd.
Distraints [as in previous court omitting John Cook, Edm. Erchedekyn, John Bret, J. and M. Hopeday, J. Pret, Alice Spencer].
Court, 28 March, 35 Hen. VI. [1457].
Essoins: John Prat by John Hopeday.
Ad hanc curiam venit Johannes Brown, baker, et warrantisat essoniam suam.
Distraints [as in court of 19 Oct., p. 78, omitting John Cook, J. and M. Hopeday, John Pret].
Court, 9 May [1457].
Essoins: John Hopeday by Alice Bynton. John Prat warrants his essoin.
Distraints [as in court of 19 Oct., p. 78, omitting John Cook, Ric. Ore, John Bret, J. and M. Hopeday, John Pret, A. Spencer].
Court, penultimate day of October, 37 Hen. VI. [Oct. 30, 1458].
Essoins: None.
Distraints [as before, adding John Brown, baker, and Johanna Spenser, omitting R. Chelysworth, Edm. Erchedekyn, M. Broke, J. Hopeday, H. Egh, J. Pret and A. Spencer].
Omnes tenentes presentant quod Hospitale sancti Bartholomei perquisivit ij acras terre de Johanne Brown pistore unde accidit domino relevium et fidelitas et relevium est viijd.
Similar presentments: Nicholas Bonde for 3 roods acquired from Edmund Erchedekyn 4d, Hospital of St Bartholomew for land from Marot Broke 4½d, and for 2 acres from John Grene. Relief is [blank].
Court, 20 Nov. [1458].
Essoins: The feoffees of John Brown, baker, by Richard Ore.
Distraints [as in court of 19 Oct., omitting R. Chelysworth, T. Alfray, J. Cook, Edm. Erchedekyn, R. Ore, M. Broke, J. Hopeday and H. Egh].
Stephen Starke master of St Bartholomew comes and does relief and fidelity for lands [as in previous court] and does not pay, the relief is [left blank].
Court, 7 Oct., 39 Hen. VI. [1460].
Essoins: None.
Distraints [as in court 19 Oct., p. 78, adding Robert Hopeday and John Whytloc, omitting R. Chelysworth, J. Cook, Edm. Erchedekyn, M. Broke, J. Hopeday and J. Egh]. The Master of St Bartholomew pays 4d for respite of his suits. Hospital of St John the Baptist [for what?].
Distringantur feoffati Thome Loverych ad faciendum domino relevium et fidelitatem pro terris quas habent ex dono dicti Thome et relevium est vjd ob.
Similarly John Whitlock for relief and fidelity for lands acquired by feoffment of Thomas Loverych, relief 6½d.
Court, held Friday before the Feast of St Peter, 2 Ed. IV. [Probably the feast of St. Peter ad vincula is intended, when the date would read July 30, 1462. Possibly the regnal year should be 1 Ed. IV.]
Distraints [as before]. Roger Clederowe, John Chycche, Chaplain of Chantry of Tho. Elys, Robert Whyte, John Grene, Thomas Loverych, the hospital of St Bartholomew.
Omnes tenentes presentant quod Thomas Denn perquisivit unam rodam terre de Johanne Bret unde accidit domino relevium et fidelitas et relevium est.
Similarly presented. [blank] Byshop for 1 rood from Alice Spencer, relief 1½d; John Whytlok for 2 acres from Thomas Alfray, relief 5d; the descent by hereditary right of the manor of Chycche [This entry is almost illegible as part is interlined.] to John Chycche on the death of John Chycche and Thomas his father relief and fealty to the lord, relief 20s; Laurence Cundy and Gregory Yev for 3 acres of land by gift of Richard Ore, relief 21d.

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Archival history:
Formerly numbered 70

Contents:
Knolton. Curia tenta ibidem die Mercurii proximo ante festum Sancti Thome Apostoli Anno Regni Regis Henrici vjti tercio [Dec. 20, 1424].
Finis iijd. Ad hanc Curiam venit Johannes Slapton et dat domino pro fine pro secta sua respectuanda hoc Anno.
Districcio. Adhuc preceptum est Bedello distringere Thomam Brok, Robertum Bocton, Priorem de Ledes pro pluribus defaltis communis secte curie.
Relevium xiiijd. Ad hanc Curiam venit Willelmus Setenore et vadiat relevium pro terra dudum Alicie Turk. Et est relevium ut supra. Et fecit domino fidelitatem.
Receptio redditus ad hanc Curiam.
De Johanne Bernard de Termino sancti Michaelis proxime preterito ixd.
Item, idem Johannes pro vno Gallo et duabus Gallinis de Termino Natalis Domini ixd.
Item de Benedicto Webbe pro Redditu ibidem ixd.
Relevium xxid. Ad hanc Curiam venit Willelmus atte Pette et vadiat Relevium pro terr[a] sibi accedent[e] post mortem Johannis atte Pette. Et est Relevium ut supra et fecit domino fidelitatem.
Districcio. Preceptum est Bedello distringere heredes Nicholai atte Pette ad faciendum domino Relevium et fidelitatem pro terra eis accedente post mortem [sic].
Ad hanc Curiam venit Willelmus Sednor ut attornatus Ricardi Scherreve et cepit onus officii Bedelli pro predicto Ricardo hoc anno. Et iuratus est ad hoc bene & fidele exequendum.
Summa Recepta ad hanc Curiam xxvijd et deliberantur domino.
Knolton. Court, Wednesday in Easter Week 3 Hen. VI. [April 11, 1425].
Essoins 'de communi': John Marleburgh, John Bernard by John etc.
Distraints for default of common suits of court: William atte Pette, John Broke, Anabil Pette, heirs of Saloman Stephen, John Stace, Thomas Broke, John Brene and Robert Bocton.
Rent paid at this Court: John Bernard by John Slapton 6d, Benedict Webbe 9d. Sum received 15d and delivered to the lord.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of the Apostles SS. Simon and Jude, 4 Hen. VI. [Oct. 30, 1425].
De Bedello quia non venit quando exactus fuit nec ostendit qualem execucionem fecit de extractibus [sic] Curie precedentis in misericordia vjs viijd condonatur per dominum.
Eleccio Bedelli: Johannes Bernard, Robertus Bocton, Benedictus Webbe, Thomas Pette, Willelmus Pette, Eligerunt ad officium Bedelli ibidem Willelmum Sednor Et terre tenentes [sic] Thome Garwynton. Ideo distringantur.
Rent paid at this court: John Bernard for Michaelmas last 7½d, Benedict Webb for the same term 9d, Robert Bocton for himself and for Thomas Brok 4s 4d, John Slapton rent and hens 5s 10d, William Sednore the same day after dinner 6s 8d.
Total receipts 18s 2d and delivered to the lord.
Knolton. Court, Wednesday after the Feast of St Gregory, 4 Hen. VI. [March 13, 1425-6].
Essoins 'de communi': William atte Pette by Thomas atte Pette.
Distraints: Thomas atte Sole for fidelity and relief for lands (pro terris sibi accidentis [sic]) coming to him on the death of Margaret late the wife of John Slapton, Anabil Pette, Thomas Brok, John Broke, John Philpot, John Marleburgh, William Burney for William Mayliff, John Stace and John Perotte.
Rent paid at this court: Robert Bocton for last year 4d, William Moray for the previous year 14d, Thomas Steffday for Michaelmas term, 2 Hen. VI. [1423] and for mid lent term next following that 6s 7½d and for 3 hens and a half 10½d and for common suit of court for 2 years 6d, Benedict Webbe for the said term 9d, and John Bernard for the same 7d, William Sednor for preceding year for Alice Turke 14d, and for 4 hens for the preceding year at Gatherst 12d.
Sum received 20s 6d and delivered to the lord.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of St Denis, 5 Hen. VI. [Oct. 15, 1426].
Essoin 'de communi': William Moray by John Bernard.
Distraint for relief and fidelity: heirs of Thomas Bylton.
Payment of rent: John Marleburgh for the heirs of Salomon Stephan for rent for 2 years past 20d, and for 2 hens 6d, and for common suit as fine 6d. The same for Gayler for 2 years past 2s 10d and for hens 6d. John Bernard 14d, Benedict Webbe 9d, Robert Bocton in part payment of last year 2s, received from William Sednor 10s.
Sum received 19s 9d and delivered to the lord.
Eleccio Bedelli. Tenentes ibidem eligerunt ad officium Bedelli heredem Thome Garwynton et Johannem Stace. Ideo distringantur etc.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary the year as above [Cf. entries of Court held same day below] [Feb. 4, 1426-7].
ad quam curiam omnes tenentes preter Robertum fecerunt defaltam Ideo ipsi in misericordia.
Essoin: John Marlerburgh by Robert atte Gappe.
Beadle to distrain lands of tenants of Thomas Steveday for relief.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of St Matthew Apostle, year as above. [? if St. Matthias is meant, when the date would be Feb. 25, 1426-7 and three weeks from the previous court; otherwise it would be 24 Sept. 1426. Cf. entries of court held on Feast of St. Matthias below.]
Walter Loveald in mercy for not having John Stace by pledge. All other tenants default.
Knolton. Court, Thursday after the Feast of Mid-Lent, 5 Hen. VI. [Apr. 3, 1427].
No essoins. From John Marleburgh and John Bernard 2d.
Rent paid. John Bernard for 2 hens and 1 cock from Christmas Term 10d, and for rent 7½d. Benedict Webbe 9d.
Knolton. Court, 27 May, 5 Hen. VI. [1427].
Essoins 'de communi': Benedict Webbe, John Bernard by Robert atte Stile.
Misericordia. De Waltero Love-Gold pleggio Johannis Stace quia ipsum non habuit ad recipiendum officium Bedelli Ideo ipse in Misericordia.
Distraints for defaults of common suit of court, 3d from each. William Sednor, Richard Scherreve, Richard Grene, Prior of Ledes, Thomas atte Pette, William Philpotte, heirs of Thomas Garwynton.
John Broke to be distrained for relief and fidelity for lands once John Berham's and Thomas atte Sole for lands coming to him after the death of the wife of John Slapton.
Court, Tuesday after the Feast of St Denis, 5 Hen. VI. [Oct. 15, 1426]. [Cf. entries above]
Willelmus Morray essoniatus est de communi per Johannem Bernard.
Distraints: The heirs of Thomas Bylton for relief and fidelity for lands falling to them, etc., Richard Scherreve, Thomas Not, Thomas Pette, Anabil Pette, heirs of John Knolton for default, etc. Heirs of Nicholas Pette for relief and fidelity for lands falling to them by death, etc.
Tenants elected to the office of Beadle the heirs of John Garlyngton [sic] and John Stace.
Distrain John Broke, heirs of Thomas Garwynton, John Stace.
Rent paid: John Marleburgh for heirs of Salomon Stephan for 2 years past 20d, and for 2 hens for Salomon 6d. The same for Gayler for 2 years past 2s 9d, and for hens 5d. John Bernard for a year past 14d. Benedict Webbe 9d. Robert Bocton in part payment 2s. William Sednor 10s. 'Item per sedulam pro Garwynton iijs ix½d.' For Thomas Pette allowed 3s 2d, for William Sednor (per quarterium de) Vrs viijd, for Richard Colyn 6s, for Broke 8s 10½d.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 5 Hen. VI. [Feb. 4, 1426-7]. [Cf. entries above]
Johannes Marleburgh qui sectam debet ad hanc Curiam de tribus in tres [septimanas] essoniatus est per Robertum Bocton de Communi.
All other tenants except Benedict Webbe make default.
Walter Lovegold in mercy for not having John Stace.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday after the Feast of St Matthias Apostle, the year as above.
No essoins.
All tenants make default except Robert Bocton. Walter Love-Gold in mercy [as above].
William Sednor remains in debt for 2 years for rent and for hens £3 5s 11d.
[dorse] Knolton. Anno 6. Court, Monday after Feast of St Thomas the Apostle, 6 Hen. VI. [Dec. 22, 1427].
Finis vjd. De bedello quia non habet virgam albam in manu prout decet.
Essoins 'de communi': John Bernard by John Stace.
Distraints for defaults of common suit: William atte Pette, Anabil Pette, William Sednor, Richard Scherreve, John Marleburgh, heirs of John Garwynton.
Knolton. Court, Thursday before the Feast of St Michael the Archangel, 6 Hen. VI. [Sept. 25, 1427].
Essoin 'de communi': John Bernard by Robert Bocton.
Onus bedelli. Ad hanc Curiam venit Johannes Stace et cepit officium Bedelli. Et Juratus est ad officium predictum exequendum.
Knolton. Court, Monday after Feast of St Luke the Evangelist, 6 Hen. VI. [Oct. 20, 1427].
Finis vjs viijd. De Johanne Stace bedello quia non venit quando exactus fuit ad ostendendum qualem execucionem fecit, etc.
Heirs of Nicholas atte Pette to be distrained for relief and fidelity. The beadle, pledge for heir of Thomas Bilton, in mercy for not having him when demanded. Tenants elected to the office of beadle the heir of Thomas Garwynton and Thomas atte Sole.
Rents paid: John Bernard 7½d; William Moray for last year's rent 14d and owes for two hens; Benedict Webbe for last Michaelmas term 9d; John Bocton in part payment 3s.
Memorandum de una acra terre iacentis apud Wellyngbergh inter terram Alicie Jurdan North, etc. Capitantis ad communem viam versus West, South, East quam terram [acra interlined] Thomas Steveday perquisivit de Johanne Marleburgh.
Knolton. Anno 7. Court, Wednesday before the Feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 7 Hen. VI. [June 22, 1429].
Essonia: Robertus Bocton essoniatus est per Thomam atte Sole versus dominum et ballivos de Communi.
Relevium vjd [Nollekyn added a little later]. Homag' presentant quod Hamo Noldekyn adquisivit de Johanne Marleburgh unam acram terre iacentem apud Ecche unde accidit domino de relevio vjd.
Inquiratur per tenentes de xvjd de Redditu quod Johannes Cok tenet apud Clercez iuxta le pond.
Memorandum quod unus equus donne coloris distringatur pro xxxvijs de arreragiis unde pro redditu suo iijs et iij Galline et appreciatur ad xvjs. Item respondere pro redditu Willelmi Stace nuper Bedelli et pro arreragiis.
To be distrained to do fidelity to the lord: William Stefday, Robert Wylde of Sandwyche, heirs of Humfrey de Chillynden, Philpot for Prynkhill, Prior of Ledes, heirs of Thomas Bocton, heirs of John Marleburgh, John Stephan; and for homage, relief and fidelity the heirs of Thomas Bylton.
Sum 8d.
Knolton. Anno 8. Court, 7 Oct., 8 Hen. VI. [1429].
No essoins.
John Bernard for respite of suit of court till Michaelmas next 3d.
Election of Beadle: Tenants elected Benedict Webbe and Thomas Notter [?] to the office of Beadle.
Rent paid: John Bernard for Michaelmas term 10½d; Robert Bocton for Lady Day 2s 4d; William Gorehay 7d; John Wyngate for the new beadle 40d; Benedict Webbe 40d.
Compotus Thome atte Sole Bedelli pro Broke ibidem a festo sancti Michaelis anno vij usque ad eundem [sic] festum anno viij.
Item r[espondet] de xs vd. Summa patet.
Et de lxv gallinis vjd de totis receptis per annum. Summa patet.
Et de xxviij gallinis de redditu.
De quibus liberatur per talliam domino xxiij. Et remanet v.
Et ij de W. Morehay.
Summa totalis redditus lxxvs vjd. De quibus solvit per talliam xs. Et sic debet xlviijs xd.
Knolton. Court, Friday after the Feast of St Luke the Evangelist, 8 Hen. VI. [Oct. 21, 1429].
Misericordia. Thomas atte Sole bedellus quia non venit ad deserviendum curie in misericordia.
In mercy for default of suit of court from three weeks to three weeks, each 2d: William Stephan, John Sednor', Richard Scherreue, Thomas Notte, Agnes Knolton, Robert Wylde, Thomas atte Pette, heirs of John atte Pette, John Broke, John Philpot, Thomas atte Sole, Benedict Webbe, heirs of Humfrey, Prior of Ledes, John Marleburgh, John Stephan, heirs of Thomas Wylton [sic], John Pansharst, Nicholas atte Pette.
Payments: John Bernard for Michaelmas term of 8th year 10½d; William Moreshay for the same term 7d; John Wygate for the 8th year, 40d; Robert Bucton [sic] for Lady Day last 2s 4d; Benedict Webbe for Michaelmas term 9d. Sum total received [blank].
John Bernard for respite of suit of court for the year 6d; William Stefday owes suit of court from 3 weeks to 3 weeks and makes default 2d.
Tenants elected Benedict Webbe and Thomas Notte to office of Beadle. They do not come. Distrain.
Knolton. Court, Wednesday before the Feast of the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 8 Hen. VI. [Dec. 7, 1429].
Eodem die Robertus Bocton essoniatur per Willelmum Morehaye de communi et Johannes Broke per thomam atte Sole.
Distraints: The lands once of Salomon Stephen for rent 8½d; tenants of the land of Blakbroke to answer for 16d and 3 hens of rent. Benedict Webbe for not taking up the office of Beadle 3d.
Amerced for default of suit of court from three weeks to three weeks, 2d each: William Steffday, John Philpotte, Benedict Webbe, heirs of Umfrey, Prior of Ledes, John Marleburgh, John Stephan, John Stace, heirs of Bilton, John Pansherst.
Knolton. Court, Monday the Vigil of St Valentine, 8 Hen. VI. [Feb. 13, 1429-30].
No essoins.
Benedict Webbe amerced [as previously].
Amerced for default of suit of court [as before] at 2d each: Robert Wilde, Prior of Ledes, William Stonewaye, John Pansherst, Thomas Pette, William Pette, jun., John Marleburgh, Benedict Webbe, John Stace.
Thomas Pette, William Pette, junior, John Bernard, John Marleburgh, Benedict Webbe and John Stace amerced 12d for not coming to inquire, as they were summoned, concerning 8d rent, whether William Setenor should pay it or Scherreue.
Beadle to distrain Robert Wilde, and [sic] the Prior of Ledes, William Steve[day] for not doing fidelity.
Preceptum est bedello levare de Johanne Stephan ijs vjd pro decem annis elapsis de turno vicecomitis videlicet iijd per annum pro duabus acris terre iuxta viam apud Masseburgh ducentem versus Oldemille. Item xvjd et gallinas de Johanne Cok pro terris vocatis Blakbroke apud Clertes.
Knolton. Court, Tuesday the Feast of St Mark, 8 Hen. VI. [April 25, 1430].
Amerced for default of suit of court [as before]: Thomas Notte, Robert Webbe, John Philpot, Richard Webbe [?], John Marleburgh, John Stace, the heirs of Bilton, John Pansherst [in the margin 16d].

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Formerly numbered 71

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M. 1. Knolton. Curia ibidem tenta post festum Sancti Mychaelis in crastino Sancti Dyonisii anno regni regis Henrici VII. Anglie xixo Debet custodiri a tribus septimanis usque in tres septimanas secundum antiquam presidenc' [Oct. 10, 1503].
Essonie nulle quia prima dies est post festum Sancti Michaelis.
Tenentes terre de Ryngilton ad hanc curiam solvunt domino sectam curie vjd.
Merciamenta: Prior de Ledes, tenentes terre domine Rodram [?] tenentes terre heredis de Bylton, Ricardus May, tenentes terre heredis Bedman, Willelmus Truman, Thomas a Weyffe, heres Johannis a Pette faciunt defaltam huius curie: in misericordia ut supra.
Secte. Ad hanc curiam venerunt tenentes terre Thome Hawte militis & solverunt domino sectam curie iiijd Et tenentes terre Johannis Whyte pro Manerio de Eche iiijd. Et ult[erius] Willelmus Carpenter pro consimile pro heredibus [overwritten Tenacr'] Tenacre iiijd. Et Thomas Gylbard [?] pro consimile per manus Ricardi Parker pro consimile [sic] iiijd.
Jur[ati]. Elizeus Wymarks, Johannes Gorney, Petrus Stowyr, Robertus Baxse, Thomas a Weyffe, Willelmus Boston, et Willelmus Carpenter ad hanc curiam jurati supra sacramentum suum & dicunt quod Willelmus Fantyng feoffavit Jacobum at Well & Simonem Quylter & Johannam uxorem dicti Willelmi in tenemento suo apud Chelynden. Distringantur erga proximam curiam.
Bedellus. Omnes tenentes elegerunt ad officium bedelli Elizeutn Wymarke et Johannem Gorney-jur[ati] s[unt].
Ad hanc curiam venit Johannes Whyte [crossed out] et ult[erius] tenentes terre domine Rodram sol[vunt] sectam curie iiijd.
Knolton. Court, on the morrow of All Souls, 19 Hen. VII. [Nov. 3, 1503].
No essoins.
Payments for suit of court, each 4d: [blank] Palmer de Sussex, tenants of the land of John a Pette.
Relief. The feoffees of William Fantyng, viz., James at Well, Simon Quylter and John Fantyng paid 2½d relief for a messuage in Chelynden and did fidelity to the lord.
Land of the heirs of John a Pette to be distrained against the next court for relief.
The feoffees of John a Pette to wit, John at Sole and Thomas a Pette come and do fidelity and pay for suit of court 4d.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, tenants of land of John Palmer, [Possibly crossed through.] John Butler, Richard Mayw, John Watte, John Lese, William Trwuman, Thomas a Weyffe, William Bohgton [sic], John Norton.
Knolton. Court, on the morrow of St Clement, 19 Hen. VII. [Not. 24, 1503].
Essoins: Henry Neme by Elyzeus Wymarke, Robert Baxse by John Norton.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Botler, Richard Mayw, John Watte, William Truman [crossed out] [and written over-now the heirs of Thomas Hawte, knt., pay], Thomas a Weyff, tenants of the land of Dna Rodram, [Possibly crossed through.] William Boghton.
To distrain for relief land late of William Trwman for certain lands acquired by the heirs of Thomas Hawte, knt., against the next court.
Tenants of land of Dna Rodram pay suit of court 4d.
Knolton. Court, Friday before the Feast of St Thomas Apostle, 19 Hen. VII. [Friday, Dec. 15, 1503].
Essoins: Elizeus Wymarke by Henry Neme, Robert Baxse by John Norton.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayw, John Wattes, Thomas a Weyffe, Peter Stowyr, William Trwman, William Bohgton, tenants of land of John a Pette.
Proxima curia erit in die lune proxime post festum Epiphanie [Jan. 8,1503-4].
Knolton. Court, 8 Jan., 19 Hen. VII. [1503-4].
Essoins: Henry Neme by Elizeue Wymarke, tenants of the land of William Fantyng by John Norton, Robert Baxse by Peter Stowyr.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayw, John Wattes, William Bohgton, William Trwman, Thomas a Weyffe.
Beadle to distrain land of heirs of John Pette for relief against the next court.
Proxima curia erit in crastino Sancte Agnetis [Monday Jan. 22].
[The entries of the next two courts are in a different handwriting and ink.] Knolton. Court, Thursday the morrow of St Valentine, 19 Hen. VII. [Thursday, Feb. 15, 1503-4].
Essoins: Henry Neme by Elizeus Wymark, Peter Stower by John Norton, Robert Bax by William Fantyng.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayow, William Trewman, Thomas a Weyffe.
Preceptum est bedello distringere terras heredis Johannis a Pette pro relevio erga proximam Curiam ideo currit in misericordia domini.
Next court to be held Thursday on the morrow of St Thomas Aquinas. [I.e., March 7th, but in the year 1503-4 that date falls on a Thursday.]
M. 2. Knolton. Court, Thursday on the morrow of St Thomas Aquinas, 19 Hen. VII. [I.e., March 7th, but in the year 1503-4 that date falls on a Thursday.]
Essoins: John Norton by Peter Stower, Elyzeus Wymark by Henry Neme.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayow, William Truman, Thomas Avew, [Is this the same as Thomas a Weyffe of previous courts?] John Wattes, William Bowghon. In the lord's mercy for not coming and doing relief 4d, the heirs of John a Pett.
Proxima Curia erit vigesimo Septimo die Mensis Marcij in die Jovis. [In 1504, March 27 is on a Wednesday.]
Knolton. [Entries for this court in the first handwriting and ink.] Court, Thursday after the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 19 Hen. VII. [March 28, 1504].
Essoins: Henry Neme by Elizeus Wymarke, John Norton by Robert Baxse.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayw, John Wattes, Peter Stowyr, Thomas a Weyffe, William Truman, William Boghton, William Fantyng.
Et ulterius Johannes Gorney (xijd) bedellus dicte curie ad hanc curiam facit defaltam in misericordia domini ut supra.
Next court, Thursday next after the Feast of the Octave of Easter [April 18].
Knolton. [The entries of this court are again in a different handwriting.] Court, Thursday after the Feast of the Octave of Easter, 19 Hen. VII. [April 18, 1504].
Amercements for default of this court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayov, William Truman, Thomas a Vew, John Wattes, William Bowthehen.
Solutio. Qui dicunt quod Robertus Bax ad hanc Curiam solvit domino pro Secta sua iiijd.
Heirs of John a Pet pay for relief 16d.
Thomas Godhed venit in Curiam & cognovit se ipsum tenere terram heredis Johannis a Pett unde Reddit domino per annum ijd viijd. Et fecit domino fidelitatem.
Proxima Curia erit die Jovis vigesimo ijo die Aprilis anno regni regis Xo nono. [In 1504, April 22 is a Monday.]
Knolton. [Another handwriting.] Court, Thursday after the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 13 May, 19 Henry VII. [Exaltatio Sancte Crucis is Sept. 14. Inventio is May 3rd, and in 1504 the Thursday after falls on the 9th. May 13 is the Monday week after May 3.]
Essoins: John Norton by Peter Store.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butlar, Richard Mayow, William Truman, Thomas a Wew, John Wattes, William Boughon, Elizeus Wymark.
Next court to be Thursday, June 1st, 19th year. [In 1504, June 1st is on a Saturday, but the date given for the court when held is correct.]
Knolton. [Another handwriting for this and the next court.] Court, Monday after the Feast of Pentecost, 3rd June, 19 Hen. VII. [1504].
Essoins: None.
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Bottler, Richard Maow, William Truman, John Wattes, Thomas a Wew, William Bowthon, Peter Stower, Henry Neme, Thomas Godhed, Elizeus Wymarke.
Qui dicunt quod Johannes Gurney Bedellus facit defaltam ad Istam Curiam ideo in misericordia domini.
Court held Thursday, 20 June, year as above [1504].
Amercements for default of court 2d: Prior of Ledes, John Butler, Richard Mayow, William Truman, John Wattee, Thomas a Vew, William Bowthon, Peter Stower, Thomas Godhed.

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Knolton. Court, 19 Oct., 20 Hen. VII. [1504].
Essoins: Henry Neme by Elizeus Wymarke, John Gorney by Peter Stowyr, William Fantyng by John Norton.
Amerced for non-appearance at court 2d each: Prior of Ledes, tenants of the land of Ryngylton, tenants of land of Dna Rodram, John Wythe yantylman, John Butler, John Wattes, tenants of land le Tenacre, William Boston, tenants of land le Bylton, heirs of Bednam, tenants of the land of Thomas Hawte, knight, heirs of John Pette and Thomas a Weyffe.
Elizeus Wymarke, Peter Stowyr, John Stowyr appear.
Beadle to distrain John Whytefeylt for relief for lands acquired from Thomas Godyn against the next court.
Knolton. Court, 12 Nov., 20 Hen. VII. [1504].
Essoins: Peter [Probably Peter Stowyr.] by John Gorney, Henry Neme by Elizeus Wymarke, John Norton by William Fantyn.
Amerced for non-appearance at court, each 2d: Prior of Ledes, Richard Mayw, John Butler, John Wattes, heirs le Bednam, heirs of Thomas Hawte knight, heirs of John Apette, Thomas a Weyffe.
Distraints for relief: Land of heirs, late J. Palmer, John Whyte yantylman, and lands of heirs late le Bylton now Lamber.
Paid for suit of court: Tenants of the land of Dna Rodram 4d, tenants of land of John Whyte 4d, John Gorney 3d.
Beadle to distrain for relief against the next court land late of John a Pette, now John Whytefeyld.
Elyzeus Wymarke, Henry Neme, John Gorney and William Fantyng appear.
Knolton. Court, 3 Jan., 20 Hen. VII. [1504-5].
Essoin: Henry Neme by Elyzeus Wymarke.
Relevium. Ad hanc curiam venit Johannes Whytefeyld & solvit relevium suum domino pro iiijor acris terre iacentibus in loco vocato Petdane perquisitis de Thoma a Pette & Johanne at Sole et est relevium xvjd pro dimidia redditus ex antiqua consuetudine et fecit domino fidelitatem & solvit domino sectam curie. Et Elizeus Wymarke, Petrus Stowyr & Henricus Neme soluerunt domino sectam curie ex antiqua consuetudine.
To be distrained for relief: Lands of John Whyte yantylman, acquired from heirs of John Bylton.
Amerced for non-appearance 2d each: John Butler, heirs of John Bednam, heirs of Thomas Hawte knight, Thomas a Weyffe.
Knolton. Court, 11 Oct., 21 Hen. VII. [1505].
Essonie nulle quia prima dies post festum sancti Michaelis.
Paid for suit of court: Robert Baxse, 2d; tenants of Thomas Haute knight, 4d; tenants of lands of John Whyte for Nethyr Eche, lately Palmar's, 4d; tenants of land of Dna Rodram, 4d.; tenants of lands of yantylman [crossed out] John Whyte for Ryngylton, 6d; John Lese for suit of court with rent, 4d; William Boghton, 4d.
Beadle to distrain lands late of Henry Neme for relief against the next court, for whom John Vidoll.
Jurati: Elizeus Wymarke, Johannes Whytefeylde, Johannes Norton, Petrus Stowyr, Robertus Baxse, Willelmus Boghton jurati sunt & dicunt quod Johannes Whyte yantylman perquisivit Tenementum & terram de Nethyreche nuper Bylton, distringatur pro relevio erga proximam curiam.
Also to be distrained John Vedoll for relief for certain lands inherited (successu') by his wife.
Tenants elected to office of Beadle John Whytefeyld and John Norton--he is sworn.
Amercements for non-appearance 2d each: Prior of Ledes, Richard Mayw, Henry Neme, John Botler, John Gorney, tenants of land late of John Stephan, Thomas a Weyffe.
Knolton. Court on St Leonard's Day, 21 Hen. VII. [Nov. 6, 1505].
Essoin: John Whytefeylde by John Norton.
Amercements for non-appearance, 2d each: Tenants of land of Tynacre [altered from Lynacre] late Stephan, tenants of lands of John Vedell, tenants of land of John Betnam, John Botler, John Gorney, Thomas a Weyffe.
Paid for suit of court: John Wattes 4d, Elizeus Wymarke 2d.
Knolton. Court, Thursday before the Feast of St Andrew, 21 Hen. VII. [Nov. 27, 1505].
Essoin: William Fantyng by John Norton.
Paid for suit of court 2d each: John Gorney, John Whytefeylde.
Amercements for non-appearance, 2d each: Tenants of land of John Wedoll, John Botler, John Wattes, Thomas a Weyffe, heirs of Steffanne.
Beadle to distrain for relief against the next court, lands of John Wedoll, John Botler, and lands of heirs of Steffanne.

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Sandowne. Court on the vigil of Holy Cross, 18 Hen. VII. [2 May 1503].
No essoins.
Amerced for non-appearance at the court 2d: John Whyte yantylman, John Copyldyke, Jerome Lumbar, Churchwardens (Gardiani) of the Church of St Clement, heirs of Wymarke, heirs of William Noryse knt., tenants of lands of James Fynche.
Ad hanc curiam [venit] dominus Thomas Burley & fecit domino fidelitatem pro cantaria sibi concessu [sic] per concessum Thome Elys et solvit relevium iiijd.
These appear: Sir Thomas Brande, Sir Thomas Burley, John Broke, sen., John Kocke, Richard Linman, the Master of St Bartholomew.
Sandowne. Court, 19 April, 19 Hen. VII. [1504].
Essoins: Widow Hause by Dns. Thomas Burley.
Amerced for non-appearance at the court 2d: The heirs of William Noryse knt., John Copyldyke, Elizeus Wymarke, Jerome Lumbar, John Whyte yantylman.
These appear: Dns. Brande, Dns. Thomas Burley, John Broke, Robert Symson, Dns. John Emson, [Cf. Index of Wills and Administrations at Canterbury, 1396-1558, ed. H. R. Plomer (Kent Records, Vol. VI, 1920, and British Record Society, Index Library, 1920), p. 165.] Chantry (Cantaria) of John Grene, Wardens of St Clement.
Sandowne. Court, 13 April, 20 Hen. VII. [1505]. [Apparently this day is a Sunday.]
No essoins.
Mersementa. Ad hanc curiam Maiester Sancti Bartholomei (ijd), Jeronimus Lumbram (ijd), Johannes Whyte, yantilman (ijd), Dns. Thomas [? Burley] for Elize Cant[aria?] (ijd), Johannes Broke (ijd), Master de domo sancti Johannis (ijd), Tenentes terrarum Johannis Swane (ijd), Trippe of Cantuber' (ijd), Johannes Davey3 (ijd), Cantaria Johannis Grene (ijd), Johannes Broke (ijd) for a nacre of londe ffor ffynche and the forseyd lande in the lorschep of Nortcourte, faciunt defaltam huius curie in misericordia domini ut supra.
These appear: Dns. Thomas Brand, wardens of St Clement, Richard Lynman, John Colfame, William Basyn, Robert Symson, John Kocke.
Sandone. Court, 18 Oct., 21 Hen. VII. [1505].
Essonie nulle quia prima dies est post festum Sancti Michaelis.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: Tenants of land of William Noryse knt. (for whom Sir William Basyn), Jerome Lumbard, tenants of the land of the Chantry of St Peter, Richard Lynman, heirs of Archelow now John Cobbe, heirs of John Broke, tenants of lands of John Copuldycke, heirs of John Swane, tenants of lands of John Whyte yantylman.
Rent paid: John Kocke 7½d; Chaplain of the Chantry of St Clement 4s 3½d.
These appear: Chaplain of the Chantry of St Clement, Master of St Bartholomew, wardens of St Clement, the brethren of St John.
Beadle to distrain the heirs of John Broke for relief.
Sandowne. Court, the penultimate day of April, 21 Hen. VII. [April 29, 1506].
No essoins.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: Heirs of John Whythe yantylman, Master of the Hospital of St Bartholomew, John Broke, sen., heirs of Wymarke, heirs of William Noryse knyth, John Dayne, tenants of land of John Bysschope.
To be distrained by the beadle against the next court: lands of John Broke for relief for certain lands coming to him after death of John Broke his father; the lands late of John Whylocke; T. Tanner and lands of J. Bysschope de Cant' for relief and fidelity.
Sandowne. Court, 15 April, 22 Hen. VII. [1507].
No essoins.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: John Kocke, [blank] Colpham for land of Master Fynche, William Basyll, John Broke, Richard Exerste, Jerham [sic] Penell, the bredryn of Seynt John ys house.
Sandowne. Court, 12 Oct., 23 Hen. VII. [1507].
No essoins.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: John Kocke, Wardynys of Seynt Clementes, Richard Lynman, Henry Grandan, Jerome Penell, tenants of the lands of the heirs of Bysschop.
Robertus Rolfe tenet unam terram apud Sandowne inter terram sancti Bartholomei Brekehoste versus vest & North et terram Cantarie Johannis Grene versus North & Domum Sancti Johannis versus East & Regiam viam versus West unic [sic =nunc ?] manus domini.
These appear: Sir Thomas Brand, Sir John Emson, Chaplain of the Chantry of John Grene, tenants of land of William Fynche, tenants of the land of William Noryse and Wymarke, John Broke for land of John Dayne and for his own lands late of John Whytelocke, William Tanner, Master of St Bartholomew, tenants of the land of John Whyes yantylman, for whom (pro quo) Colfom.
Beadle to distrain land late of John Swane acquired by Master Mylet, 13 acres, for relief which is 13¼d.
Sandowne. Court, 10 May, 23 Hen. VII. [1508]
No essoins.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: Thomas Colfam, (Master Fynche and Whyte) Richard Linman, John Broke [crossed out], William Basyll (for mat' [?master] Noryse), heirs of Bysschop, Richard Lynman [crossed out], brethren of the house of St John the Baptist, Richard Exherste for lands late Wymarke.
Beadle to distrain the lands of John Broke for relief.
These appear: Sir Thomas Brande, Priest (Presbyter) of the Chantry of John Grene, Jerome Penell, John Kocke, Master of Saint Bartholomew and John Broke.
[Dorse] Sandown. [Another handwriting for the remainder of the roll.] Court, 5 Oct., 24 Hen. VII. [1508].
No essoins because it is the first court after Michaelmas.
Homagium: Tenentes modo comparentes, tenentes terre Johannis Grene, tenentes terre Nicolai Burtone, Willelmus Fynch, Johannes Cok, Ricardus Lynman, Fratres hospitalis sancti Bartholomei, Johannes Broke, tenentes terre ecclesie sancti Clementis, tenentes terre Thome Ellis presentant quod Willelmus Fynche (ijd), Robertus White (ijd), Jeronimus Penell (ijd), Johannes Copyldike (ijd), tenentes terre Edmundi Noryce (ijd), heredes [blank] Bisshope (ijd), tenentes terre [blank] Lumpney (ijd), fecerunt defaltam huius Curie; ideo quilibet eorum in misericordia ut supra.
Sandoun. Court, 26 April 1509.
Essoins: [None.]
Homage, tenants now appearing: tenants of John Grene, tenants of the land of the chantry of Nicholas Burton, William Fynche, Robert White, Richard Lynman.
Amercements for non-appearance at the court 2d: Jeronimus Penell, John Cok, John Copyldycke, the brethren of the Hospital of St Bartholomew, John Broke, tenants of the land of Edmund Norysse, the heirs of John Byshope, the wardens of St Clement, tenants of the land of the hospital of St John, Richard Exherst.
Item presentant super sacramentum quod Ricardus exherst et Johannes boysse qui de domino tenent octo acras terre iacentes apud larkhope inter terrain heredum Walteri Coly versus east & West, terram Cantarie Nicholai Burton & terram heredum Edmundi Norysse versus southe et communem viam versus northe, & eandem terram iidem Ricardus & Johannes perquisiverunt de heredibus Willelmi Gaylar unde accidunt domino fidelitas et relevium et relevium inde est dimidia redditus ideo distringantur erga proximam curiam. [Cf. Deeds, AA/CM/31/107]
Sandoun. Court, 8 Oct., 1 Hen. VIII. [1509].
No essoins because the first court after Michaelmas.
The Homage, tenants appearing: tenants of the land of Nicholas Burton, John Cok, brethren of the hospital of St Bartholomew, John Brocke, tenants of the land of the Church of St Clement, John Copyldycke present the following as making default of this court therefore they are amerced 2d as above: tenants of the land of Thomas Ellys, tenants of the land of John Grene, William Fynche, Robart Whyte, Jeronimus Penell, tenants of land of Edmund Noryce, the heir of [blank] Byschope, tenants of the land of the hospital of St John the Baptist, tenants of land of William Gaylar.
Distraint: Richard Exherst and John Boysse for fidelity and relief for lands late of William Gaylar as above.
Item tenentes presentant quod [blank] Mylete qui nuper perquisivit de Johanne Swane x acras terre iacentes apud Archyslowe inter terram heredum Walteri Coly versus West, & North & East et terram heredum Edmundi Noryse versus Southe unde accidunt domino fidelitas et relevium, et relevium inde est dimidia redditus, ideo distringatur citra proximam curiam.
Sandoun. Court, 22 April, 1 Hen. VIII. [Probably a mistake for 2 Hen. VIII. [1510] as 22 April is the date of his accession, and therefore the beginning of a fresh regnal year.]
Essoins: [Blank.]
Homage, tenants appearing: tenants of land of Thomas Ellys, tenants of land of Gynkyn Grene [crossed out], Master Fynch, Master Whit, John Coks, brethren of the hospital of Saint Bartholomew, John Broke, tenants of land of the hospital of St John.
Relevium. Ad hanc Curiam venit Johannes Colffom et fecit relevium a domino suo pro tres [sic] ac[ris] terre iacentibus apud Sandoun inter Regiam viam versus north et [terram] Willelmi Halyngbery versus Sowth et West, relevium est vij½d, dimidia Rent [sic].
Tenants not appearing, amerced as above [No sums of money are interlined as in the previous courts.]: Gynkyn Gren', tenants of the land of Nicholas Berton, Yerome (Yeromus) Penell, John Copyldyke, tenants of the land of Edmund Norris, heirs of Byschope, Wardens of St Clement, William Gaylar, Richard Exerest for land of Wymark, Master Mulett.

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Formerly numbered 86

Contents:
Sandoun. Curia ibidem tenta secundo die Octobris anno regni regis Henrici octaui post conquestum Anglie tercio [2 Oct. 1511].
Essonia nulla quia est prima curia huius anni.
Homagium: Tenentes modo comparentes. Tenentes terre Cantare [sic] Thome Ellys, tenentes terre Cantarie Johannis Grenne, fratres hospitalis sancti bartholomei, Johannes broke, et Johannes Colford.
Tenentes non comparentes: Willelmus fynche, Robartus Whyte armiger, Johannes Cok, gent. (overwritten perdonatur per dominum). Tenentes terre Edmundi Nores, tenentes terre Johannis bisshop, Gardiani ecclesie sancti Clementis, tenentes terre domus sancti Johannis baptiste, tenentes terre Willelmi Gailer, and Johannes Mylet fecerunt defaltam huius curie, ideo quilibet eorum in misericordia ad ijd.
Item tenentes predicti comparentes presentant quod Robartus benet qui nuper perquisivit de executoribus Johannis bysshop unam rodam terre cum pertinentiis iacentem apud Sandoun inter terram tenentium cantarie Nicholai burton versus East regiam viam ducentem a hospitale sancti bartholomei usque le gestelyng[Cf. Hasted op. cit., vol. iv., pp. 120, 255, "now the north stream."] versus West, terram Jeronimi Penell versus South et regiam viam ducentem a Sandoun usque Sandewicum versus north unde accidunt domino fidelitas & relevium et relevium inde est dimidia redditus ideo distringatur citra proximam curiam.
Item tenentes predicti presentant quod [blank] Reade qui nuper perquisivit de Johanne Mylet decem acras terre iacentes apud Archislowe inter terram heredum Walteri Coly versus west, north & east et terram heredum Edmundi Nores versus sowth unde accidunt domino fidelitas & relevium, et relevium inde est dimidia redditus, ideo distringatur citra proximam curiam.
Sandun. Court, 23 April, 3 Hen. VIII. [The entries for this and the next court are in a different handwriting from the first court. The regnal year should probably be 4 Hen. VIII., i.e. 1512, cf. final court in AA/CM/32/6]
Essoins none. Homage, tenants appearing: tenants of the land of the Chantry of Ellis, tenants for the lands of the Chantry of John Grene, Brethren of the hospital of St Bartholomew, John Colforth, the warden of St Clement.
Tenants not appearing and amerced 2d: Jerome Penell, Master John Coks, John Broke, Master Copyldyke, tenants of the land of St John the Baptist, tenants of the land of Richard Exherst, William Gaylier for land of Wymark.
Sandowne. Court, 7 Oct., 4 Hen. VIII. [1512].
Essoins none because the first day after the Feast of St. Michael.
Homage, tenants appearing: the Master of St Bartholomew.
Tenants not appearing and amerced at 2d: Tenants of land of J gynkyn [sic] Gren, tenants of Nicholas Borton, Colpham for Master Fynche, Master Robert Wyhte, Jeram' Penell, Master John Cocks, John Colfforgth, Master John Copyldyk, John Broke, Edmund Norris, Robert Bent, the warden of Church of St Clement, tenants of land of St John's hospital, Richard Exerste for lands of Wymark, Master Red Goldsmeth de London.

COURT ROLL  CM 32/8  [n.d.]

Archival history:
Formerly numbered 93

Contents:
Manerium de Sowthcowrte. Curia Baron[is] Johannis Sackvill armigeri et Andrei Sackvill generosi Manerii sui de Sowthcourte tenta apud Manerium illud Secundo die Maij Anno regni Domini nostri Jacobi dei gratia Anglie francie et hibernie Regis fidei defensoris etc. Nono et Scocie quadragesimo quarto [1611] Petro Farnden tunc scenescallo ibidem existente.
Essonia: Nullus tenens huius Manerij apud hanc Curiam Essoniatur quia est prima Curia citra festum Sancti Michaellis ultime preteritum.
Homagium: Tenentes et sectatores istius manerii Comparuerunt de homagio et fecerunt sectam et Jur[antur] videlicet
Willelmus Gibbond Jur pc [In the margin pc', possibly an abbreviation for parcatur, cf. similar entries below]
Symonus Mantell Magister et fratres Hospitalis de Sandwich Jur'
Thomas Dene Jur'
Thomas Knott Jur'
Thomas Belsy Jur'
Geordgius Hamon
Qui dicunt et presentant quod illi quorum nomina sequunt sunt tenentes et tenent et quilibet eorum tenet terram de Manerio isto per sectam ad Curiam Barron[is] Manerij istius de tribus septimanis in tres septimanas tenendam inter alia servicia et modo non venerunt ad sectam prout debent. Ideo quilibet eorum in misericordia viijd prout patet super nomen Cuiuslibet per affirmacionem Tenentium de Homagio viz.:--
Willelmus Crayford
Mill. [Milles] [In the margin pc', possibly an abbreviation for parcatur, cf. similar entries below]
Johannes Dene viijd
Jacobus Knott viijd
Josewa Parromore viijd
Willelmus Pittocke viijd
Johannes Boyse
Millit viijd [In the margin pc', possibly an abbreviation for parcatur, cf. similar entries below]
Johannes Dene
Fillius Petri
Dene viijd
Nicholaus
Stockes viijd
Pena. Qui dicunt et presentant quod Regia via pedestra ducent' [sic] inter terram domini huius Manerii et terram Geordgii Hamon nociosa est ob defectum Reparacionum. Et quod Tenentes Inhabitantes infra Borr de Tylmanstone existentes tenentes huic Manerio debent eam Reparare, Ideo dies data est eis emandare premissa citra festum Sancti Johannis Baptiste proxime sequens sub pena vjs viijd.
Rentalle Reddituum Renovat[orum] ad Curiam supradictam Manerii predicti de Sowth Courte:--
Josephus Parromore xxs
Magister & fratres hospitallis
Sancti Bartholomei de Sandwich xvjd
Willelmus Crayford Milles [Altered from Millit.] viijd
Willelmus Gybbond xs
Willelmus Pittock xiijd
Johannes Dene ijs xjd & every other yere three hens
Thomas Dene xiijs vd
Johannes Dene fillius Petri
Dene xvjd
Thomas Belsy xd ob & one hene & a halfe yerely
Jacobus Knott xvjd 1 hene.
Nicholaus Stocks xiiijd 1 hene
Johannes Boyse Mill. viijd
Geordgius Hamon iijd
Tho. Knott id
Court Baron of John Sackvill, esq., and Andrew Sackvill, gent., held at Sowth Courte 10 Oct., 9 Jas. I. [1611]. Peter Farnden then being steward there.
No essoins.
Homage, Tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as in previous court]: Joseph Parromore, William Pittocke, Thomas Dene, Thomas Knott, Thomas Belsy, Geordge Hamon, sworn, present as is the custom that each of those whose names follow are tenants [etc., as in previous court]. Fine for default 4d:--
Master and Brethren of St Bartholomew of Sandwich 4d; William Crayford, knt. [These names have 'pc'' in front and no sums of money against them, possibly an abbreviation for 'parcatur']; William Gibbond [These names have 'pc'' in front and no sums of money against them, possibly an abbreviation for 'parcatur']; John Dene 4d; John Dene, son of Peter Dene, 4d; heirs of James Knott 4d; Nicholas Stocks 4d; John Boyse, mill. [These names have 'pc'' in front and no sums of money against them, possibly an abbreviation for 'parcatur'].
Tenentes de homagio presentant quod Jacobus Knott qui tenuit de manerio isto duo acras terre per Redditum per annum xvjd fidellitatem et sectam ad Curiam de tribus septimanis in tres septimanas, et allia servicia: que terra jacet ad terram Thome Belsy ex parte occidentali ad Regiam viam ibidem ex Boriali parte ad terram Johannis Boyse Millitis ex orientali parte ad Glebbam terram Rectorie Parsonagii de Eastree ex australi parte. Et quod obijt citra ultimam Curiam. Ac predictum homag[ium] eciam dicunt quod adhuc ignorant cui predicta terra post mortem predicti Jacobi acciderit. Ideo melius inquiratur Citra proximam Curiam hic Tenendam. Tamen dicunt quod Ratione predicta accidit Domino istius Manerij unus annus redditus xvjd pro Relivo [sic]. Ideo capiatur districcio pro Relivo super terram predictam. [In the margin] Relevium xvjd.
Ad hanc curiam venit de suo sponte [sic] Josephus Parromore et petit admitti ad Certas terras Jacentes apud Sattenborrow in parochia de Eastree Continentes per estimacionem quadraginta et sex acras que [sic] tenuit de domino huius Manerij post mortem Bartholomej Parromore patris eius defuncti per annuallem redditum xxs, et sectam et alia servicia Curie Manerij predicti. Qui Josephus hic in Curia admissus est Tenens et fecit fidelitatem et sollvit rellevium, viz., totus anus [sic] Redditus xxs. [In the margin] Relevium solutum xxs.
Manor of Sowthcourte. Court Baron [as above] 14 Oct., 10 Jas. I., 1612. Peter Farnden, steward.
Essoins: John Den Essoined by Stephen Hebblethaytes.
William Gibbond Essoined by Stephen Hebblethaytes.
Thomas Knott Essoined by Stephen Hebblethaytes.
Homage, tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as above]:--
Joseph Parromore jur.
William Pittocke jur.
John Dene, son of Peter Dene jur.
Thomas Dene jur.
Geordge Hamond jur.
Present the following as free tenants and for default of this court, in mercy 4d each:--
Master and Brethren of the Hospital of Sandwich 4d
William Crayford, knt. [In the margin pc', possibly an abbreviation for parcatur] 4d
Thomas Belsy [In the margin pc', possibly an abbreviation for parcatur] 2d
Nicholas Stocks 4d
Ellias Duffe 4d
Master and Brethren of Hospital of Canterbur' 4d
They present Ellias Duffe as next heir of James Knott, dec. [cf. entry in previous court]; the land lies in par. of Tylmanstone, as appears on roll of last Court; fidelity respited till next court.
They also present that Sir John Boys, who held of this manor an acre of land lying next to land of John Dene, son of John Dene, on E., of Ealias Duffe on W., to the King's way called le Courte lane leading to wood called Betshanger Wood on N., and to the Rectory Glebe of the Parsonage of Eastree on S., for annual rent of 8d, fidelity and suit of court from three weeks to three weeks and other services, has died since the last court and by his last will left the said land to the Master and Brethren of the Hospital of Canterbury in perpetuity, wherefore there is due to the lord for relief a whole year's rent, viz., 8d, paid here in court, but fidelity respited to next court. [In the margin: Relief paid 8d. Cf. Boys, op. cit., p. 423.]
Manor of Sowthcourte. Court Baron [as before] held 13 Oct., 11 Jas. I., 1613. Peter Farnden, steward.
Homage, tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as previously]:--
Joseph Parramore, gent. jur.
Thomas Den jur.
John Den, son of Peter Den jur.
John Dene, son of John Den jur.
William Pittocke jur.
Geordge Hamon jur.
Who present the following free tenants for default [as in last court]:--
William Creyford, knt., 4d; [Against this entry 'p'cat,' presumably for parcatur] Nicholas Stocks, gent., 4d; Thomas Belsey 4d; Thomas Knott 4d; William Gibbond 4d; Master and Brethren of hospital called Jesus Hospital of Canterburie 4d; Ealias Duff 4d.
Rentale manerii isti [sic] de Sowth Courte Renovatum apud Curiam supradictam.
Josephus Parromore, gen., xxs; Willelmus Crayford, Miles, viijd; Thomas Belsey, ixd ob & 1 hene; Nichalaus Stocks, gen., xiiijd & 1 hene; Idem Tho. Belsey id; Johannes Dene, fillius Petri Den, xvjd; Georgius Hamon iijd; Thomas Dene xijs ixd; idem Thomas Dene viijd; Jacobus Knott id; Johannes Dene, fillius Johannis Dene, ijs xd & 1 hene & a halfe, in everie other yere iij hens; Willelmus Gibbond xs; the Master and brothers of the hospitale of St Bartholomews xvjd; Willelmus Pittock xiijd & everie other yere a hen; Magister & fratres hospitallis de Cant' vocati Jesus hospitall viijd; Ealias Duffe xvjd & una gallina.
Manor of Sowthcourte. Court Baron [as previously], 20 Oct., 12 Jas. I., 1614. Peter Farnden, steward.
Homage, tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as previously]: William Pittocke jur.
Thomas Belsey jur.
Ealias Duffe jur.
George Hamon jur.
Who present as the custom is that those whose names follow are free tenants [etc., as previously], and have made default: [In the margin, no essoins.]--
William Creyford, knt. 2d
Joseph Parromore 2d
Masterand brethren of hospital of St Bartholomew 2d
William Gibbond 2d
John Den, son of John Den 2d
John Den, son of Peter Den 2d
Thomas Dene 2d
Master and brethren of hospital in Canterburie called Jesus hospital 2d
They present that since last court Nicholas Stockes sold James Burvill a messuage with about 7 acres belonging, held of this manor by annual rent 14d and 1 hen, wherefore a year's rent is due to the lord, paid in court but fidelity respited to next court. [Marginal note of relief paid, viz., 14d and 1 hen.]
Et eciam ad istam Curiam venit Elias Duff et petit admitti ad duo acras terre nuper Jacobum [sic] Knotts [sic] qui tenuit de dominis huius Manerij per annuallem redditum de xvjd et allia servicia jacentes [in] parochia de Tylmanstone [boundaries as above, p. 102, the master and brethren of the hospital of Canterbury replacing J. Boys, knt., cf. p. 103]. Qui Ealias hic in Curia admissus [est] tenendum [sic] de Manerio predicto ut supra et fecit fidellitatem et solvit Relivum viz. totius anni Redditum xvjd. [Marginal note, relief paid 16d.]
Manor of Sowthcourt. Court Baron [as previously], 11 Oct., 13 Jas. I., 1615. Peter Farnden, steward.
Tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as previously]:--
Joseph Parramore, gent. jur. Essoyns none.
William Pittocke jur. Essoyns none.
Thomas Belsey jur. Essoyns none.
Present the following [as in previous court] for default:--
William Crayford, knt., [In the margin parcatur] James Burvill 6d, John Den son of Peter Den 6d, George Hamon 6d, Thomas Den 6d, John Den son of John Den 6d, William Gibbond 6d, Master and brethren of Hospital of Canterburie called Jesus Hospital 6d, Elias Duffe 6d, Master and brethren of the hospital of St Bartholomew 6d.
They present that the Master and brethren of the hospital of Canterbury called Jesus Hospital and James Burvill owe suit of court for lands held of the manor, and that they do not come to be admitted, and have not done fidelity.
Rental [Names and amounts as on p. 104, but James Burvill and Thomas Knott respectively replace Stocks and James Knott, also John D., son of P. Dene, pays every other year 3 hens instead of John Dene, son of J. D.].
Manor of Southcourt. Court Baron [as previously], 15 Oct., 14 Jas. II. [1616]. Peter Farnden, steward.
William Gibbond essoyned by Richard Gibbond, son of the said William.
Homage, tenants and suitors who appeared [etc., as previously]: Joseph Parramore, gent. jur.
John Den, son of John Den jur.
George Hamon jur.
Present the following [as in previous two courts] for default:--
William Crayford knt., [In the margin parcatur.] James Burvill 4d, John Den son of Peter Den 4d, Thomas Den 4d, Thomas Knott 4d, William Pittock 4d, Ealias Duff 4d, Master and brethren of the hosp. of St Bartholomew 4d, Master and brethren of hosp. of Canterburie 4d.
Qui presentant quod citra ultimam Curiam Tho. Belsey obiit et quod tenuit de hoc manerio duo acras et dimidium acre terre per annualem redditum de 1d ob et una gallina inter allia servicia iacentes apud Tylmanstone viz. ad Courtseale lane versus austrum et Occidentem, ad terram vocatam Paled close [Cf. Deed AA/CM/31-90] versus Boriam et Orientem, et quod Johannes Belsey fillius predicti Thome habuit predictam terram ex dono predicti Thome. Qui Johannes venit ad Curiam predictam et admissus est tenendum de Manerio predicto predictam terram, et fecit fidellitatem et sollvit Relivum viz. totius anni redditum. [Marginal note: 'Relevium solvit ixd ob et unam gallinam.']
Et eciam dicunt quod idem Thomas tenet de hoc Manerio unum Messuagium et quartem [sic] partem unius acre terre per redditum per annum 1d et alia servicia iacentia apud Tylmanstone videlicet ad Court seale lane versus austrum et Occidentem, et quod similiter dedit predicta Messuagium et terram predicto Johanni Belsey, qui Johannes hic in Curia admissus est tenendum predicta Messuagium et terram de Manerio isto et fecit fidelitatem et solvit Relivum viz. totius anni redditum. [Marginal note: 'Rel. sol. 1d.']
Manor of Southcourt. Court Baron of Manor of South courte in Tylmanstone, Kent, of Samuel Peyton, knt. [The name and title of knight are over an erasure.] and bart., held 17 April, 15 Jas. I. [1617]. Peter Farnden, steward.
Homage, tenants who appeared [etc. as previously]: William Gibbond, John Belsey, John Dene, jur[ors], present the following tenants for default, William Creyford, knt., 2d, Joseph Paramore 2d, John Den son of Peter Dene 2d, George Hamon 2d, Thomas Dene 2d, Thomas Knott 2d, Warden (wardenus) and brethren of hospital called Jesus hospitall of Canterbury (Canterburien') 2d, William Pittock 2d, Elias Duffe 2d, Master and brethren of Hospital of St Bartholomews 2d. [Marginal note against the names: 'omnia amerciamenta parcantur per dominum huius manerij.']
Tenants of the homage present that James Burvill who held of this manor a messuage with about three acres in Tylmanstone lying next to the King's way on W., to land called Samons Close on E., to Glebeland of Parsonage of Tylmanstone on S., and also one other messuage with about two acres in Tylmanstone lying next to King's way on S. and W., to the land of the lord of this manor and le Churchyard on N. and S., for the annual rent of 14d and 1 hen, [Cf entry above] fidelity and suit of Court; and that by his last will the said James will and bequeathed the premisses to Leonard Austen, and died seised of the land since the last court, whereby there is due to the lord a relief of a whole year's rent, viz., 14d and 1 hen. The said Leonard is in court, pays relief, [Marginal note of amount paid 'xiijd et unam gallinam.'] does fealty and is admitted tenant.
Rental. [Names and amounts as other rental on this roll, with these additional alterations to those given above John Belsey replaces his father Thomas, [See previous court.] Leonard Austen replaces Burvill who replaced Stocks, and William Gibbond is apparently paying 10d and not 10s.]
South Courte. [The entries for this court are in another handwriting.] Curia Baron[is] domini Manerij de Sowth Courte in Tylmanstone in comitatu Kancie tenta apud Manerium illud sextodecimo die Octobris Anno domini 1617 et Anno regni domini nostri Jacobi dei gratia Regis Anglie Francie et Hibernie fidei defensoris etc. Quinto-decimo et Scocie Quinquagesimo primo. Nomine Samuelis Peyton de Knowlton Militis et Baronetti, domini dicti Manerij de Sowth Courte. Ricardo Marshe tunc Scenescallo ibidem existente.
Essonia. Ad Curiam istam nullus Tenens essoniatur quia ista Curia est prima Curia hic tenta citra festum sancti Michaelis Archangeli ultimum.
Homagium videlicet Josua Paramore Jur.
Leonardus Austen Jur.
Johannes Denn, Jun. Jur.
Georgius Hamon Jur.
Willelmus Pittock Jur.
Johannes Belsye Jnr.
Fidelitates Tenentium. Ad hanc Curiam Tenentes de Homagio fecerunt et quilibet eorum fecit domino Manerij istius fidelitatem pro terris et tenementis suis in feodo isto quas clamant tenere de domino ut de Manerio predicto, sacramento debito per eorum quemlibet ea parte prestito.
Defalte Tenentium. Item Homagium presentat quod Willelmus Crayford Miles (xiid), Johannes Denn, sen. (iiijd), Willelmus Gibbon (iiijd), Thomas Knott (ijd), Magister fratres et sorores hospitalis sancti Bartholomei Sandwici (ijd), Custos fratres et sorores hospitalis Jesus Cantuar. (ijd) et Elias Doove (ijd) sunt Tenentes Manerij huius debentes sectam ad Curiam istam. Et modo non venerunt ad faciendum sectam illam. Ideo quilibet eorum in misericordia prout super nomen cuiuslibet patet. Summa in toto ijs iiijd. [In the margin: 'Misericordia ijs iiijd.']
Summa curia patet.
Afferator Homagium.
Nomina Tenentium Manerij de Sowth Courte et summe reddituum Annuorum suorum solubiles pro terris suis in feodo eiusdem Manerij pro uno anno integro finito ad festum sancti Michaelis Archangeli ultime preteritum scilicet Anno domini 1617.
Willelmus Crayford Miles viijd
Johannes Bellsye xd ob.
Johannes Bellsye 1 gallina
Leonardus Austen. xiiijd, 1 gallina
Willelmus Gibbon xs [Corrected from xd, cf. rentals on this roll]
Thomas Knott jd
Josua Paramore xxs
Johannes Denn filius Petri Denn xvjd
Johannes Denn filius Petri Denn ij galline
Johannes Denn, Jun. ijs xd
Thomas Denn xiijs vd
Willelmus Pittock xiijd
Willelmus Pittock 1 gallina
Magister fratres et Sorores hospitalis sancti Bartholomei
Sandwici xvjd
Custos fratres et Sorores hospitalis Jesus Cantuar viijd
Elias Doove xvjd, 1 gallina Georgius Hamon iijd [Against all these names, except that of John D., son of Peter D. and John Denn, jun., there is a cross, presumably indicating payment.]
[These endorsements: the court Rowles for the mannor of Sowthcourte.
Number 3. Records of Sowthcourt].

RENTALS.  CM 33  15th century-1537

3 items

Rental  CM 33/1  [late 14th century]

[Written on a small scrap of parchment in what appears to be a late fourteenth-century handwriting. The heading, if there ever were one, is no longer visible, and the first two lines are illegible.]

Contents:
.... De heredibus (?).... De Ricardo de Meltone.. De heredibus Rogeri Eigh.. De heredibus Leticie filie Henrici Pistoris iiijd et gal. (?). De heredibus Johannis de donehethe pro Rossel ixd ob. q. [De] heredibus Ricardi Grenman pro Rossel ixd ob. q. [De] Johanne Sheldeswicces pro 1 crofto terre iuxta terram But ijs. De heredibus Nicholai Colone ijd ob. De Willelmo Steuene pro missis celebrandis xijd. De Thoma Vffutton (?) pro 1 acra apud Douere Wey iiijd. De heredibus Nicolai Colone pro Crenlincroft (?) vjd. De eodem pro terra Godefrey Meller viijd, & W. Chartham, Radulfus Fordmell & John Hulcutte (?) pro [blank]. De Willelmo Vox id. De heredibus Crudhamme (?) id. De Willelmo Colone & Johanne fratre suo vjd ad Natalem Domini & nunc in manu Rectoris (?). De heredibus Rogeri Eigh & fil[ie] Henrici Pistoris 1 gallum & ij gallinas. De heredibus Ricardi Grenman. De heredibus Johannis Doneheth [blank] pro Rossel ij gallinas.
Memorandum. Quod Willelmus Steuene debet annuatim errogarc pauperibus pro sotularibus xijd per visum rectoris de Chartham & suorum parochianorum pro una acra terre que quondam fuit domini Simonis Capellani.

Rental  CM 33/2  [early 15th century]

Contents:
Sandowne. [Written on part of an indenture between Henry Edyall and John Langley. Probable date, after 1511 when Master Rede became tenant (AA/CM/32/7), before 1527, date of Sir John Emson's death (cf. AA/CM/32/6).]
Furst John broke for ....n ij½d. Sir John of Seynt.. dela iiijd. th'estfeld xvjd. th'estfeld for master Rede xiijd. Colpham -- xviijs viiid ob. q., and for master Craford yerde lande late Robert benetid. Jasmin (?) Wedew. Sir T. brand viijd & for myll ijd. Seynt bartilmewes iiijs vijd ob. Master Coke vijd ob. Sir John of S. Clement's iiijs iijd ob. Jharham iijd behynd iij yer. [All these items, which in the original occupy a line apiece, except the last have a cross against them, probably denoting payment.]
Knolton rentes.
Sute of Ryngeton vjd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Edmond bowndes xijd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Wymarke for hes own rent, Stefance & Tenakyrs iiijs vd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Paye of Denton for Gatthrest xiiijs [marg.: rec'ixs]. The farmor of Denton xijd & xviij yer behynd of rent. William brage for master ro[Greek]perham at eche vs. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Item for a nacer in barston felde for [Greek]e eyris of henr. at Wode vijdob. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Thomas powte for master botler vd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Thomas grandam of Eche ixs iijd. M[emorandum] lade Hawte, farmor, by elmyngtun callyd stretend xiiijs xd, rec' xiiijs saf a id. Harvy of elmyngtun for betnam vjs. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Rd parker now of thornton for farmor lande at Elmyngtun ijs, rec' xijd. Item T. Cordayner of Wensborow iiijd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] The lande holdars of Prior Ledes iijs xid ob. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Item John norton of Chellenden ijs. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] William Bowttun ijs id. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] The eyris of John Wattes of hamold ixs id ob. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] fantyng wedow payd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Item John hole of Eche iiijs id. Thomas Sybrand of Wynsborow iijs vid ob. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line] Henri lese of Winseborow iiijd. Thomas Coke of dane Corte ijs id. William Mayho of Asche iiijd. [This item has a cross against it and is on a separate line]

Rental  CM 33/3  [1536-1537]

Contents:
Ragmanus de Knowlton renovatus a festo Sancti Michaelis ultimo anno Regis H. octaui xxviijto usque ad idem festum extune proxime sequens. [1536-37.]
Wyllyam Bowyghton ijs id. Pryor of ledys iijs xjd. Edward franeys xijd. Thomas alkoke xxid. The heyre of Thomas Wymarke xijd. Rychard Butler vd. Wyllyam Neme for land of Thomas Rygdon iiijd. Thomas Whytte vjd. John Bydall iijs vjd. Styuyn Wattes & Wyllyam Ower ixs id ob. John Tryge, Clerke, iijd ob. Rychard maye iiijd. John Broke, gentylman, xvs xd, xiiijs xd [xvs xd, xvjs iijd crossed through]. Lanzles Heyght xijd. Wyllyam boyse, gentylman, xijd. Alexsander Hamon xijs. The heyres of John Byllyngton xiijd. John Norton ijs. Symon Fantyng vd. John Attwodd vijd ob. Wyllyam boys, gentylman, xixd. Upper Eche ixs iijd. Nether Eche iiijs id. Thomas Whytte for tenacares xxjd. M[aster] Roderam vs. Wyllyam Boys vjs vd.
Regmanus de Northe Court renouatus a festo sancti Michaelis anno R. R. Henrici viijvi, xxviij. [1536.]
North Court: John Scott, knygt, vjd. John arrowe xvjs viijd. John Perkar (sic, written in full) vijd. Robert Wollett ijs viijd. Thomas pyttoke vs iiijd. Jamys Dene iijs. The sam James for farm vjs. The Wedowe of Symon Yermowth xvjd. Crystofer Hales xxiijs viijd. Peter Hoogbon viijd. The heyrs of Robert Hawke ijs vjd. Wyllyam Ore iijs iiijd. Rychard Whyttfeld iijs vjd. The master of Sent Bartylmews ixd. Wyllyam Hucbon ijs ixd. The same Wyllyam for land latt Adamys xijd. Rychard Knotte xxd.
M. 2. Wenston: Ragmanus de Wenston renouatue a festo sancti Michaelie anno R. R. Henrici viij, xxviij.
Thomas Perkar vijs vijd. The same Thomas for land Robert Sharp xjd. Peter Hucbon iijs iiijd. The same Peter xijd. John Myddelbroke iijd. John Elner iijd. Wyllyam Stone for landes Byllynton ijs. The same Wyllm for farm xijd. Wyllm at Churche iiijd. Robert Gylotte vs ijd ob. John Huggyn iijs vjd. Henrye Churche ijs ijd. Peter Churche xiijd.
Sandown. Ragmanus de Saudown renouatus a festo sancti Michaelis anno R. R. Henrici viij, xxviij.
John Cokke vijd. Wardens of Sent Clementes id. Master Redd id. The lands att Myll ijd. Master of Sent Bartylmews iijs vijd ob. Amies Broke ijd ob. Chantrie of Nycholas Borton viijd. Syr Gren iiijd. M[aster] Whytte iijs iiijd. Thomas Henden xvjd. Chantre of Syr Gren iiijs iijd ob. The ladye Nogwyche (?) iijs iiijd. John Colford iijs xd. Harbord Fynche xs. Androwe Mynse [Is he possibly the Andrew Menesse, who was Mayor of Sandwich in 1533? Cf. Boys, op. cit., p.418.] vjd. John Boys ixd ob. Magister Sancti Johannis id. The lands latt Jerom. Penell iijd.
[Endorsed] 28 H. 8. Rentall of Knolton, North Court, Wenston Sandowne.

COURT ROLLS  CM 34  1335-1629

1 box

Contents:
The earliest court roll is one for 9 Edward III. (1335), and has been stitched on to other membranes and used on the dorse for part of an extent of 26 Edward III. (1352). There is the record of a court held at Schrinkelyng 34 Edward III., after the feast of St. Dionysius, bishop, possibly the same date as that of Knowlton in AA/CM/32/1. The reign of Richard II. is represented in this collection by courts for Knowlton for the 6th year and for the 14th to the 20th, a period represented in AA/CM/32 by only three courts (AA/CM/32/2) held at Sandown. There are court rolls for Knowlton from 7 to 18 Henry VI., 20 to 22, 32, 33 to 37 Henry VI. Part of this period is covered in AA/CM/32 by court roll AA/CM/32/2, which includes courts held at Sandown, and by court roll AA/CM/32/3, which includes the record of two courts also in AA/CM/34, though with slight differences, shewing that the latter is probably the Steward's rough draft and the former the official enrolment. [The entries in AA/CM/34 are very much abbreviated, and some entries are crossed through. On the AA/CM/32 roll there are not many abbreviations, the order of the entries varies slightly, and none of the crossed-out entries are given. But the copyist made two slips. He misread Wm. Morehay in one place as Wm. Gorehay, and he wrote lxv gallinis vjd. de totis receptis instead of lxvs. vjd.] There is only one court for Sandown during the reign of Edward IV. at Lambeth, but in AA/CM/34 there is a set for Knowlton running from 2 to 8 Edward IV., and a quarto paper book in three sections which covers from 49 Henry VI. to 21 Edward IV. and 1 Richard III., giving the records of courts held also at Schrenkelyng, Sandowne, one at Mergate and one at Mesebarow 'in domo Willelmi Boston, 17 Ed. IV. in tenura Willelmi Langley,' at Tylmaston and at Welle in le blene iuxta Cantuar. [Cf. AA/CM/31/135 It seems probable that the manor referred to there is not Well but Wild Court in St. Stephen's parish, which was once part of the possessions of the At Lese and so came to the Langleys. Cf. Hasted, vol. iii., p. 566.]

Rentals  CM 35  1352-1612

12 rolls

Contents:
The rolls are all called 'Rentale,' but they mostly give the amount of land held and not the rent.

Rental of William Langley 21 Henry VI.  CM 35/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
On the back of the roll is the measure of Gateherst, 23 Henry VI., and attached is a small piece of parchment, 'Copia rentalis Willelmi Steveday de Cur' Matilda de Eche.' The Gatherst part agrees with the 'Mesur of the landes of Gateherst,' 23 Henry VI., in Add. MS. 36,591

Rental of 26 Edw. III.  CM 35/2  [n.d.]

Rental for Sandown 16 Rich. II.  CM 35/3  [n.d.]

Extent (but called rental) of Waltyr Langley  CM 35/4  1453

Contents:
In it the fllowing note occurs: 'Md. quod in campo vocato Ecchfeld, vz a terra vocata Polderdowne usque loqo vocato Paradice et a Paradice usque le Cherchewey apud le Knoll sint lviij acre terre.

Undated rentals of Knowlton  CM 35/5-8  [n.d.]

Contents:
Include the following places: Gatesdenne, Ecche, Sandoune, Knolton, Mesebergh, Gatherst, Pileholte, Godwynton, Hamwolde, Chilyndenne, Shrynglyngg, Eucheregge. No. 7 of this set is evidently the same as the 'Cope of a old Rentall of Gatherst' and the suggested date is temp. Hen. VI. (BM Add. MS. 36, 591)

Rents due to Knowlton from Wanston, Northcourte and Sandown, 3 Edw. VI.  CM 35/9  [n.d.]

Rents in arrear to Knowlton  CM 35/10  Michaelmas 1612

The reseyt off Rents and Farmes in Kent.  CM 35/11  [n.d.]

Contents:
A thick paper book apparently kept by John Langley temp. 20 Hen. VII.; it contains rough notes and also the record of three courts at Sandown temp. Hen. VII.

Rental temp. Hen. VIII. Similar to AA/CM/35/11  CM 35/12  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous papers  CM 36  [n.d.]

1 box

Supplementary information: Uncatalogued

THE FACULTY OFFICE  AA/F  [n.d.]

Creator(s): Faculty Office, 1533-



Related information: For Faculty Office medical licences, see: M. Barber, Directory of Medical Licences

Administrative history:
The Faculty Office was established by the 'Peter's Pence Act', 25 Henry VIII, c.21 (1533). This act gave the Archbishop of Canterbury and his successors the power and the authority, by themselves or by their 'sufficient and substantiel [sic] Commissary or Deputy' to grant instruments under the name and seal of the Archbishop. The faculties to be issued were restricted to those 'accustomed to be had at the See of Rome, or by the aurthority [sic] thereof', other instruments to be granted only by the order of King or Council. A faculty is a dispensation, or a licence, granted to a clergyman or layman applying to be dispensed from existing laws; for example for a clerk to hold more than one living, for marriage without banns or for a physician, midwife, or public notary to be allowed to practise.
Henry VIII as head of Church and State ensured that the link between the two was maintained in the Faculty Office. The Faculty Office officials were to direct the process of application and issue, and grant the faculty, while the Clerk of Dispensations and Faculties in Chancery was entrusted with the issue, under the Great Seal, of confirmations of commendams, dispensations and doctorates, and enrolling these, with M.A.s and public notaryships, on the Dispensation Rolls (Guiseppi, Guide to the Public Records, I (London, 1963), pp. 9, 19). The officials of the office were to be responsible to the Archbishop alone, but the laws governing procedure have been made by successive acts of Parliament, as in the case of issuing marriage licences or appointing public notaries. As created in 1533 the Faculty Office continues its work today.

Contents:
The records of the Faculty Office have been divided into the following categories:
Muniment Books
Fiats
Papers relating to Public Notaries
Papers relating to Dispensations for plurality
Papers relating to Noblemen's Chaplains
Papers relating to Lambeth Degrees
Office Papers
Licences to eat meat and dispensations from fasting
Marriage Records

MUNIMENT BOOKS  F/I  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: FI/Vv, FI/A: published calendar FI/B-Z: card index

Contents:
In these volumes are registered all instruments issued by the Faculty Office, with the exception of marriage licences which became a separate group after 1575. The muniment books also include records of the appointment of officials, some memoranda on changes in procedure, and royal marriage licences until the mid-nineteenth century.
The entries are in chronological order except in the earlier volumes where registration is at random and where a study of the original fiats has shown that some omissions have been made. By 1800 the entries are complete and a strict chronological order is maintained. An index of these volumes has been made up to 1835. The sixteenth century volumes are in a summarised form: in the remainder, up till 1845, the instrument is written out in full. After this date the volumes consist of bound draft faculties on printed forms.

MUNIMENT BOOKS  FI/Vv  1533-40

MUNIMENT BOOKS  FI/A  1543-49

MUNIMENT BOOKS  FI/B  1567-93

MUNIMENT BOOK nineteenth century index, by subject  FI/INDEX A-B  1543-93

v+82 & x+136 pp.

Conditions of access: In Reading Room

A booklet giving details of licences to eat meat during Lent  FI/B1  January-March 1619

24 ff.

Conditions of access: Not available

Contents:
The entries are in summary form as in muniment book B. The signature of Nicholas Kempe appears on the last page.

A list as FI/B1  FI/B2  January-March 1620

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/C  1660-69

261 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/D  1669-79

xii 220 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/E  1691-1709

211 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/F  1709-22

229 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/G  1723-33

xxviii+239 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/H  1734-40

xxx+251 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/J  1740-47

xxvi+250 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/K  1747-54

xxv+256 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/L  1754-60

xxv+247 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/M  1760-65

xxiv+252 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/N  1765-71

xxv+254 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/O  1771-77

xxiv+349 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/P  1777-81

xxiv+204 ff. (f.198 is bound after f.204)

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/Q  1781-84

xxv+207 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/R  1784-89

xiii+218 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/S  1789-93

xv+205 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/T  1793-97

xiii+214 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/U  1797-1802

xxiv+209 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/V  1802-8

xxiv+259 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/W  1808-15

xiv+206 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/X  1816-21

xiv+277 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/Y  1822-29

xii+251 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/Z  1829-35

xv+251 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/AA part i  1836-37 (Nov.)

xiii+113 ff.

Contents:
With index to AAi and ii

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/AA part ii  1837-8

152 ff. numbered 114-265

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/BB part i  1839-40 (April)

xxi+213 ff.

Contents:
With index to BBi and ii

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/BB part ii  1840-1

314 ff. numbered 214-527

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/CC  1842-44

xii+601 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/DD  1845-47

xiv+537 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/EE  1848-51

xiv+611 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/FF  1852-55

xv+509 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/GG  1856-59

xv+464 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/HH  1860-63

xv+548 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/JJ  1864-67

xvii+526 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/KK  1868-73

xviii+688 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/LL  1874-78

xix+632 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/MM  1879-83

xxiv+637 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/NN  1884-88

xvi+598 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/OO  1889-92

xv+559 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/PP  1893-97

xvi+688 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/QQ  1897-1901

xv+624 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/RR  1902-5

xvi+662 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/SS  1906-10

xiv+775 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/TT  1911-16

xv+978 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/UU  1917-20

xv+694 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/VV  1921-25

xiv+831 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/WW  1926-31

xvi+908 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/XX  1932-37

xvi+956 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/YY  1938-43

xvi+920 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/ZZ  1944-47

xvi+1147 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/AAA  1948-50

xvi+924 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/BBB  1951-54

xviii+963 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/CCC  1955-57

xviii+720 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/DDD  1958-60

xiv+748 ff.

Contents:
With index

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/EEE part i  1961

xiv+240 ff.

Contents:
With index 1961-62

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/EEE part ii  1962

234 ff. numbered 239a-474

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/FFF  1963

MUNIMENT BOOK  FI/GGG  1964

FIATS  FII  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: Card index of unregistered fiats, 1660-1800.

Contents:
This series consists of files of documents leading up to the issue of a faculty. The documents include petitions, certificates and commissions to take oaths, but the essential step in the process is the 'fiat'. This is the order to proceed with the application, signed by the Archbishop or a Faculty Office official. Without this, the faculty cannot be granted.
The various types of faculty issued can be divided into two categories, the procedure differing in each. There are those for which fiats are given by the Archbishop himself, that is those dealing with clerical affairs, and those which pass through the hands of the Master of Faculties or his deputies. In the first category the largest group are the dispensations to hold two benefices. The practice was to present a petition giving the names of the two benefices in question, their value in the King's Books and the distance between them. On this document the Archbishop signed his fiat for the Faculty Office to draw up the faculty. By 1720 a commission for oaths and a bond were added to the petition, giving the oaths and promises made by the applicant to attend to his livings properly.
The other fiats given by the Archbishop are dispensations for son to succeed father in the same living, for non-residence, for taking orders in spite of impediments, for teaching, for preaching and for killing animals or eating meat during Lent. In all these cases the fiat is signed on the petition which is then sent to the Registrar who supervises the drawing up of the faculty.
By 1660 marriage licences had been separated from the other business, although a few special licences for royal marriages are given by the Archbishop, by warrant from the Crown, and are registered with the other faculties. Dispensations for a bishop to hold in commendam are granted on his presenting a petition on which the Archbishop signs his fiat, and sets down the fee to be paid, in agreement with the Lord Chancellor. The Archbishop and, in a few cases William III, who is the only monarch to do so, issues the warrant for Lambeth degrees while the Faculty Office draws up and seals the grant.
The largest group of fiats not signed by the Archbishop are those for licences for public notaries. In this case the applicant presents a certificate giving details of his age and career, and vouching for his loyalty and good behaviour. On this certificate the Master, or a surrogate signs his fiat for a commission to take the oaths. When the oaths have been witnessed and signed a fiat to draw up the licence itself is given. If the applicant is within easy reach of London he may swear before the Master or his surrogate, instead of commissioners. In some cases there are further papers, such as a birth certificate or a certificate proving that the applicant has taken Communion according to the Anglican rites, or a testimonial from the mayor, aldermen and merchants of a commercial town, or a town in the colonies proving that a public notary is needed. The procedure, and the qualifications required become more rigid in the nineteenth century. In 1801, by the 'Act for the better regulating of Public Notaries in England', it was enacted that all applicants should serve a seven years' apprenticeship as articled clerks before a faculty could be granted. In this way more papers were added to the process, many of which are not filed with the fiats and now comprise the series FIII.
The other group of fiats given by the Master are those for licences to practice medicine and surgery, or to be a midwife. In these cases the documents include one or more certificates giving details of career, qualifications and suitability, then the text of the oath of allegiance signed by the applicant, with the fiat naming the counties in which he may practise. There are very few of these fiats after 1700.
It is not until the nineteenth century that the procedure becomes clearly defined and regular. In the earlier period there are frequent small changes and experiments, but the essential steps remain the same. Modernisation brings more papers, correspondence and certificates which are filed with the fiat. Ungranted and contested applications are not filed in this series as a fiat is not given in those circumstances. Later endorsements show an increasing efficiency which is lacking in the earlier period when filing and registration leave much to be desired. The seal used on the commissions and final documents is the same throughout, and is based on the matrix used by Cranmer. On the obverse are depicted Moses and the serpents with, in the base, a coat of arms of the See, and, on the reverse, the Crucifixion.
Through the signatures and endorsements we can trace the officials concerned in each stage of the procedure. The Master, the Commissary of the act of Henry VIII, is appointed by the Archbishop, with the approval of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. The Registrar, who supervises the drawing up and issuing of the documents, and deals with any problems arising from them, is similarly appointed. These officers, when they hold other posts as well, in the Court of Arches or the Vicar General's Office, appoint their own deputies or surrogates who do an increasingly large proportion of the work. These surrogates hear the oaths, send out the commissions for oaths to be made and witnessed and sometimes sign the fiats themselves. The section dealing with office papers (FVII) gives fuller details as to the appointment and emoluments of the officers, as well as the precedents for procedure and forms.
All the fiats have now been filed in alphabetical order within each year. The fiats up to 1800 have been checked against the registers (FI) and those not entered have been indexed. After this date the fiats are all registered and can be found from the existing indices in the registers themselves.
1. The King's Books are the 'Valor Beneficorum' drawn up by a commission resulting from the act of 1534 annexing first fruits and tenths to the Crown. These values were used as the basis of all assessments until first fruits were abolished in 1926. Queen Anne's Bounty used the King's Books as transcribed by John Bacon in his Liber Regis (London, 1786).

PAPERS RELATING TO PUBLIC NOTARIES  FIII  [n.d.]

Contents:
The duties of the public notary are ecclesiastical in origin. It is for this reason that the Archbishop of Canterbury took the place of the Pope in appointing notaries, after the act, 25 Henry VIII, c.21, (1533), which created the Faculty Office. These descendants of the mediaeval scribes, who give authenticity to the acts they draw up and the statements they witness, subscribe and are recorded in Chancery, where they draw their annual certificates, to practise both in England and abroad. Until 1801 any man with some experience of notarial business might apply and be accepted. After this date successive statutes regulated more minutely the qualifications for appointment.
This section illustrates all aspects of the subject: the period of articled clerkship, the application, the readmission. There are even a few cases of defaulters being struck off the roll.

Papers relating to the 'District Notaries' Act', 1833  FIII/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
Entitled 'An Act to alter and amend an Act of the Forty first year of His Majesty George the Third, for the better Regulation of Public Notaries in England'. This Act restricts to London the seven years' apprenticeship laid down by the act of 1801 and, so long as the numbers are regulated, allows solicitors or attornies to be appointed in provincial districts without doing service.

The text of the act 41 George III, c.79. 'An Act for the better regulating of Public Notaries in England'  FIII/1/1  1801

Heads of the proposed bill for the admission as public notaries of provincial attornies, in certain cases, with arguments for the bill.  FIII/1/2  ND

Extracts of arguments against the bill  FIII/1/3  ND

Text of the act 3-4 George IV, c.70, 'An Act to alter and amend ...'  FIII/1/4  1833

Letters to The Times and The Morning Herald relating to the act of 1833  FIII/1/5  1833

A case for the opinion of Sir John Campbell, the Solicitor General, as to surrogates coming under the new act, owing to the ill health of Lord Stowell, the Master of Faculties; with the Solicitor General's reply  FIII/1/6  September 1833

Correspondence with Lord Stowell's secretary, relating to the consideration and approval of arrangements for the appointment of public notaries under the new act  FIII/1/7  September 1833

Draft order concerning the procedure as to caveats under the new act (see also FIII/2 and FVII/2/11).  FIII/1/8  ND

Case and opinions whether a writing clerk of seven years' experience previous to the act of 1801 may be admitted as a public notary.  FIII/1/9  ND

Minute Books of court proceedings and the Master's decisions with caveats sent to the Faculty Office.  FIII/2  [n.d.]

Contents:
These volumes record the applications of district notaries and contested applications for notarial appointments, with the caveats relating to them. The later volumes record cases of striking notaries off the roll. After 1925 they also record the granting of marriage licences to minors, without the consent of guardians, according to the Guardianship of Infants Act, 1925. Coke, in his Institutes, says of the Faculty Office that it is a court 'although it holdeth no plea of controversie'. These volumes are a record of this court and have only been placed in this section as they deal almost entirely with notarial appointments and afford a good guide to the series of papers of contested applications (FIII/3).
The minute books begin in 1833 when the District Notaries' Act made it imperative to keep a record of appointments and of contested applications. Many of the applications are 'ex parte' but may still be turned down by the Master on the ground that the district has its full complement of notaries. Other applications are contested by rival applicants or existing practitioners. Caveats from certain districts are often registered to stop further applications.

Minute Book  FIII/2/1  September 1833 - August 1848

20 ff.

Contents:
(This is a calendar of applications, not a minute book)

Minute Book  FIII/2/2  September 1833 - December 1862

xxviii+195 pp.

Contents:
With index

Minute Book  FIII/2/3  January 1863 - October 1891

xxviii+267 pp.

Contents:
(Caveats p.236) with index

Minute Book  FIII/2/4  October 1891 - December 1912

xlix+264 pp.

Contents:
(Caveats p.224) with index

Minute Book  FIII/2/5  January 1913 - April 1929

1+306 pp.

Contents:
(Caveats p.282) with index

Minute Book  FIII/2/6  April 1929 - September 1943

lvii+310 pp.

Contents:
(Caveats p.301) with index

Minute Book  FIII/2/7  September 1943 - August 1954

lv+302 pp.

Contents:
With index

Minute Book  FIII/2/8  August 1954 - November 1962

lv+302 pp.

Contents:
With index

Papers relating to contested or uncompleted applications  FIII/3  1785-1959

Contents:
For district, general, or foreign notaries. These are certificates and other papers presented by the applicants whose petitions are either contested or abandoned, or to whom, for some reason, no faculty has been granted. These cases are usually recorded in the minute books (FIII/2). They are arranged alphabetically within each year.

Contested / uncompleted applications: general papers  AA/F/3/3/1  1785-1959

Papers relating to notaries struck off the roll  FIII/4  1860-1940

Contents:
These are also recorded in the minute books (FIII/2) and mainly concern men already struck off the roll of solicitors. The decision is made by the Master sitting in court.

Notaries stuck off: general papers  AA/F/3/4/1  1860-1940

A list of notaries granted faculties between 1775 and 1802.  FIII/5  [n.d.]

Contents:
The list is arranged chronologically.

Notaries List  AA/F/3/5/1  1775-1802

Registers of annual certificates.  FIII/6  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
It was decreed by law that once he had been granted a faculty, a notary should take out a new certificate each year and pay his fee to Chancery, making sure to register each certificate in the Faculty Office. This applies only to the United Kingdom and ensures that the oaths are taken each year.

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/1  1800-1835

367 ff.

Contents:
(ff.359-364 lists of foreign notaries)

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/2  1836-1854

151 ff.

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/3  1855-1873

207 ff.

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/4  1874-1892

215 ff.

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/5  1893-1922

210 ff.

Register of annual certificates  FIII/6/6  1923-1961

Affidavits of annual certificates  FIII/7  [n.d.]

Contents:
These have been omitted from the Faculty Office registers of annual certificates (FIII/6). A notary was bound by law to renew his certificate each year, but unless each certificate was then registered in the Faculty Office, he was not regarded as having done so and thus could incur a penalty. Successive Acts of Indemnity allowed him to make good this omission as long as he could prove payment for, and receipt of, certificates for the period during which no registration had been made. On the other hand, if he had not practised as a notary during this period, he could produce an affidavit proving this and would need no certificate until he resumed practice. These omissions are noted in the registers of annual certificates. The series begins in 1813.

Affidavits of annual certificates  AA/F/3/7/1  1813-

Papers relating to readmissions  FIII/8/1-19  1800-59

Contents:
When a notary, still practising in the United Kingdom, failed to take out his annual certificate and pay the £12 stamp duty he had to be formally readmitted, paying his arrears to Chancery, and a small fine as penalty. These papers are arranged chronologically; there is no separate record of readmissions, a note being made either in the muniment books, or the minute books, or the registers of annual certificates.

Readmissions: General Papers  AA/F/3/8/1  1800 - 1859

Registers of Articled Clerks.  FIII/9  [n.d.]

Contents:
The Act for the better regulating of Public Notaries in England, 1801, laid down that all applicants should first serve an apprenticeship of seven years in order to be qualified to practise. An affidavit giving details of the contract of apprenticeship was to be registered and filed in the Faculty Office within three months of making the contract, the affidavit having first been read in open court. Changes in the contract, and the completion of the service, were also sworn by affidavit which was filed in the office. The affidavits are registered in chronological order, giving the names and addresses of the articled clerk, his master and the witness to the contract, with the length of the service and the date of filing the affidavit. The act was amended in 1833, when the apprenticeship was made compulsory in London alone, and solicitors and attornies were allowed to practise in provincial districts as public notaries without affidavits.

Register of Articled Clerks  FIII/9/1  1801-1839

xvi+126 ff.

Contents:
(Caveats ff.ii-iii)

Register of Articled Clerks  FIII/9/2  1839-1897

xv+126 ff.

Register of Articled Clerks  FIII/9/3  1898-1955

xviii+130 ff.

Affidavits of contracts of Articled Clerks  FIII/10  1801-1962

Contents:
This series consists only of affidavits of clerks who did not apply for faculties. The remaining affidavits are filed with the fiats or with the contested faculties. The series also includes affidavits of completion of part or whole of the service. The affidavits are arranged as registered and are numbered each year as in the register.

Affidavits of contracts of Articled Clerks  AA/F/3/10  1801-1962

Calendars of foreign notaries  FIII/11  [n.d.]

Contents:
These are lists of notaries practising overseas, giving the date and muniment book reference to their faculties and, in most cases, examples of their signatures.

Calendar of foreign notaries  FIII/11/1  1801-1855

45 ff.

Calendar of foreign notaries  FIII/11/2  1856-1896

73 ff.

PAPERS RELATING TO DISPENSATIONS FOR PLURALITY  FIV  [n.d.]

Contents:
By far the most important class of dispensation is that giving permission to hold two or more livings in plurality. Dispensations for non-residence, or for a son to succeed his father in the same living are numerous in the sixteenth century but disappear in the seventeenth century. It is not until the nineteenth century that there are separate records for this class of faculty. Until 1838 the only records of these dispensations are in the muniment books (FI) and the fiats (FII).

Registers of applications  FIV/1  1838-1963

Contents:
These volumes give details of the two livings concerned, with a note of the correspondence and problems arising from the application. The entries are made in chronological order and the volumes are not indexed.

Register of applications  FIV/1/1  27 September 1838 - 30 December 1846

vii+119 pp.

Register of applications  FIV/1/2  5 January 1847 - 2 January 1877

16 ff.

Contents:
[The first two volumes are a separate series from the rest]

Register of applications  FIV/1/3  12 November 1841 - 2 June 1843

16 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/4  5 June 1843 - 23 April 1845

16 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/5  5 May 1845 - 8 July 1847

16 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/6  12 June 1850 - 12 November 1855

18 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/7  3 December 1855 - 5 July 1865

18 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/8  8 July 1865 - 25 September 1873

18 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/9  14 October 1873 - 13 April 1882

20 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/10  7 June 1882 - 30 May 1892

32 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/11  10 June 1892 - 3 December 1900

38 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/12  3 January 1901 - 7 December 1910

47 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/13  30 December 1910 - 6 March 1918

44 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/14  27 March 1918 - 7 February 1929

50 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/15  1 March 1929 - 22 February 1939

55 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/16  18 January 1939 - 6 September 1946

56 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/17  29 August 1946 - 25 September 1952

56 ff.

Register of applications  FIV/1/18  September 1952 - 26 November 1963

Papers relating to contested applications  FIV/2  1841-1934

Contents:
These papers were filed with the other classes of contested applications which have been sorted into their separate series, such as applications for licences for public notaries and marriage licences. They relate to cases in which there is some problem arising from the application, which has to be considered before the faculty can be granted or refused.

Contested applications  FIV/2/1-15  1841 - 1934

PAPERS RELATING TO NOBLEMEN'S CHAPLAINS  FV  [n.d.]

Contents:
The chaplains of noblemen were entitled to hold two livings in plurality besides their chaplaincy. Appointments were therefore carefully restricted according to the rank of the nobleman. The Act 21 Henry VIII, c.13, (1529), lists the chaplains who are qualified to claim dispensations and requires them to exhibit letters under the seal of their lord before a dispensation can be granted by the Faculty Office. Only the King's chaplains may accept as many livings as the King may give. A further act, 25 Henry VIII, c.16, (1533), gives the following list of noblemen, restricting the number of chaplains to be retained by each:
Royal family any number
Almoner 2
Archbishop 8
Baron 3
Bishop 6
Lord Chancellor 3
Chief Justice 1
Clerk of the Closet 2
Clerk of the Rolls 2
Comptroller of the Household 2
Duke 6
Earl 5
Knight of the Garter 3
Marquis 5
Secretary of State 2
Treasurer of the Household 2
Viscount 4
Warden of the Cinque Ports 1
Dowagers of all peers though married to commoners 2
Widow of the Clerk of the Closet though married 2
The appointment was in the hands of the nobleman who chose his chaplains and gave them the qualification or appointment deed, with his signature and seal. In order not to grant dispensations to clergy not holding such qualifications it was imperative that all new appointments should be recorded in the Faculty Office. This section consists of the records kept by the Faculty Office to ensure that noblemen did not appoint chaplains over the allotted number and to prevent the granting of fraudulent applications. There are several cases of a nobleman insisting that he has never heard of a man who claims to be one of his chaplains. Once appointed the connection between the chaplain and his lord is by no means close. In many cases the appointment may have been to help a friend, or a friend's son, and often a son succeeds his father in the same post. In 1795 Lady Ailesbury writes to John Groves entrusting him with the supervision of the redecoration of her London house and, at the same time apologising that she has not yet a vacancy for his son. Death certificates, sent in to prove vacancies often many years after the death, show that chaplain and lord might never meet after the appointment. In 1771 Lady Chesterfield claims that she has not heard 'anything of John Robins' and states 'I believe him to be dead'. Lord Cadogan, in 1774, believes that his chaplain 'is dead or did resign'. Owing to the vagueness of the relationship the Faculty Office had to keep a careful record of appointments, resignations, revocations, and deaths.

Registers of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1  1660-1914

Supplementary information: Card index (part)
FV/1/VIII, FV/1/XIII, FV/1/XVIII: A chronological list of contents is available for these registers

Contents:
In these volumes are registered the qualifications appointing the chaplains, and in later volumes, the death certificates of the predecessor, resignations and revocations. The documents are entered in full and, in a few cases are signed by the peer. At first there is little order in the entries but later it is usually chronological. Most of the registers have their own indices and a card index of chaplains has been made.
These registrations were made as a preliminary to granting dispensations and, after the Act of 1 and 2 Victoria, c.106, (1838), which abolishes this special status, registration continues sporadically until 1914.

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/I  1660-64

90 ff.

Contents:
& Index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/II  1664-77

141 ff.

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/III  1677-86

142 ff.

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/IV  1686-97

xi+146 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen (C-W)

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/V  1697-1706

102 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen (C-T)

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/VI  1707-14

126 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/VII  1714-21

xi+133 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/VIII  1721-24

xiii+131 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/IX  1724-30

201 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/X  1730-34

xii+192 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XI  1735-43

213 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XII  1743-54

xiii+229 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen (with copy)

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XIII  1754-64

xxv+242 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XIV  1764-77

xxxvi+237 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XV  1777-87

xxxiii+203 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XVI  1787-98

xxxii+187 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XVII  1798-1809

xlvi+227 ff.

Contents:
& index of noblemen; with notes on vacancies, Roman Catholic peers, and numbers allowed to each rank, ff.i-v

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XVIII  1809-20

1ii ff. + 567 pp.

Contents:
& indices of noblemen and chaplains; and notes of changes of title in 1815 and of Roman Catholic peers, ff.i-iv

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XIX  1821-30

ix1 ff. + 546 pp.

Contents:
& indices of noblemen and chaplains

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XX  1831-59

xxxiv ff. + 622 pp.

Contents:
& indices of noblemen and chaplains

Register of Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/1/XXI  1860-1914

xxix+625 pp.

Contents:
& indices of noblemen and chaplains

Miscellaneous papers relating to Noblemen's Chaplains  FV/2  1680-1846

Supplementary information: Card index

Contents:
These papers were not filed in one series but were found scattered among other Faculty Office papers. They consist of a few qualifications, the document usually being given to the grantee, revocations and resignations, and death certificates signed by the nobleman. Often the nobleman merely sends a note that he has made an appointment which he wishes to be registered, or a list of his present number of chaplains to prove that he has vacancies to fill.
The papers have been arranged in alphabetical order of peers within each year. They have been fully indexed.

Noblemen's Chaplains: miscellaneous papers  AA/F/5/2/1  1680-1846

PAPERS RELATING TO LAMBETH DEGREES  FVI  [n.d.]

Contents:
The statute 25 Henry VIII, c.21, (1533), gave the Archbishop of Canterbury the right to grant all faculties formerly granted by the Pope and on this statute is founded his right to grant degrees. Lambeth MS.1133 gives the names of two clergy granted degrees by the Pope in 1492 and 1497. Although there were by no means so many degrees granted in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries as now the Archbishop was sometimes criticised for what was held to be a popish abuse. Francis Gastrell, Bishop of Chester, voices his opinion in no uncertain terms in his pamphlet The Bishop of Chester's case with relation to the Wardenship of Manchester, 1721. This was written to defend his action in rejecting the Archbishop's candidate for the wardenship of Manchester collegiate church in 1717, as this man's only qualification was a Lambeth degree. He says 'no other degrees but such as are taken in the university can be deemed legal qualifications for any ecclesiastical preferment in England' and he concludes 'it is therefore humbly hoped that an old popish abuse, long since exploded, and banished from other parts of Europe will not now be adjudged a convenient and necessary practice here in England ...'. Now that the conferring of these degrees is only used to reward services to the Church, and not to qualify men without degrees to hold office, this right goes unquestioned.
The papers relating to Lambeth degrees which have survived are the warrants filed with the fiats (FII), and registered in the muniment books (FI), and registers and correspondence from the late nineteenth century to the present day which are described below. In the nineteenth century and up to 1920 M.A.s were granted on examination, now they, like the other Lambeth degrees are granted at the Archbishop's discretion, at his own instigation or on consideration of a petition.

Registers of Lambeth degrees  FVI/1  1883-1874

Contents:
These are small volumes in which are entered the names of the sponsors of the grantee, the work for which the degree was given, the date of the ceremony and the signatures of the grantee and the Archbishop. The entries are chronological.

Register of Lambeth degrees  FVI/1/1  March 1883 - January 1905

28 ff.

Register of Lambeth degrees  FVI/1/2  1905-1931

Register of Lambeth degrees  FVI/1/3  December 1931 - September 1951

26 ff.

Register of Lambeth degrees  FVI/1/4  1953-1974

Miscellaneous papers.  FVI/2  [n.d.]

Pamphlet by Bishop Stubbs on the early history of the degrees, with a list of degrees granted, 1539-1848, from the Gentleman's Magazine (May and June 1844), and a MS. list of degrees 1848-71.  FVI/2/1  ND

Summary of sources and information for the early history of the degrees drawn up for Archbishop Benson by S.W. Kershaw in 1883.  FVI/2/2  1844

Details of the procedure for issuing the faculty after the oath of allegiance has been taken.  FVI/2/3  ND

Stubbs' article with manuscript lists of degrees, 1539-1635 and 1869-78, and M.D.s granted, 1663-1880.  FVI/2/4  ND

List of degrees  FVI/2/5  1783-93

List of degrees  FVI/2/6  1869-82

List of degrees  FVI/2/7  1870-83

Photocopy of typescript list of degrees  FVI/2/7a  1947-1970

Question papers for Lambeth M.A.s  FVI/2/8  1885-1902

Contents:
This is not a complete series.

Printed form of service for the conferment of Lambeth degrees.  FVI/2/9  ND

Letters found in the 'Folly'.  FVI/3  [n.d.]

Contents:
These are letters relating to applications for Lambeth degrees, mainly M.A.s, some addressed to Dr. Henry Wace, Principal of King's College London, and probably Archbishop's examining chaplain for Lambeth degrees.

Letters re. Lambeth degrees  AA/F/6/3/1  ND

3 boxes

Conditions of access: Closed

Arrangement: Unsorted


Correspondence concerning degrees, filed in the Faculty Office.  FVI/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
In comparison with the previous section these letters relate to procedure rather than academic qualifications, and illustrate the stages leading up to the issue of the faculty.

Correspondence  AA/F/6/4/1  ND

1 box

Conditions of access: Closed

Arrangement: Unsorted


Papers relating to contested or abandoned applications  FVI/5  1832-1862

Contested/abandoned applications: general papers  AA/F/6/5/1-7  1832-1862

OFFICE PAPERS  FVII  [n.d.]

Contents:
These papers relate to the everyday business and procedure of the Faculty Office.

Papers relating to the procedure and forms to be adopted in the application for, and granting of, all instruments issued by the office.  FVII/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
AA/F/7/1/1-2 are scrap books of many kinds of material bound in together. They were made up in the nineteenth century but include material of earlier years. They have their own detailed indices of subject matter

Precedent Book I.  FVII/1/1  ND

xviii+541 pp.

Contents:
This volume contains notes and documents, including copies of acts of parliament, orders, forms and other papers pertaining to the granting of patents to officials (pp.11-16), fees to be charged (pp.19-36), and marriage licences (pp.45-519). On the front fly leaves are a list of Masters of the Faculties, and a pencil sketch of the Faculty Office seal.

Precedent Book II.  FVII/1/2  ND

x+731 pp. numbered 539A-1270

Contents:
Contains papers relating to dispensations to hold in plurality (pp.541-731), Lambeth degrees (pp.735-775), commendams (pp.78-791), public notaries (pp.797-1093), chaplains (pp.1119-1125), commissions for oaths (pp.1131-1183), and miscellaneous subjects.

A copy of the 'old rules' observed in the Faculty Office  FVII/1/3  n.d


Related information: (See also FVII/1/2 p.541)

Papers relating to the granting of marriage licences  FVII/1/4  ND

Contents:
Including (a) affidavits for licences or for the alteration of mistakes in licences already granted: 6 items, (b) forms of bonds: 3 items, (c) rules for applications for special licences: 6 items, (d) form of a warrant for a special licence, (e) forms of commission for special licences: 2 items, (f) forms of special licence: 4 items, (g) instructions for executing a commission for a special licence, (h) a letter relating to the validity of a royal special licence, 1773, and (i) papers relating to the bishop in Jerusalem's right to grant marriage licences, 1842.

Papers relating to dispensations to hold in plurality  FVII/1/5  1712-1781

Contents:
Including (a) forms of commission to take the bond: 2 items, (b) forms of dispensation: 4 items, (c) two cases of plurality without dispensation, Robert Hay, 1745, and 'J.P.', 1781, (d) the case of Thomas Lumley, 1765, who refused to be dispensations consisting of a copy of a letter from Archbishop Tension to Queen Anne, 1712, and the case of Dr. Savage, and (f) a printed letter, by 'A.B.', entitled an 'Extract of a letter to Member of Parliament concerning Pluralities', this, with the author's covering letter to the Archbishop, suggests restrictions to be made in granting dispensations.

Form of a Commendam  FVII/1/6  1806

Papers relating to Lambeth degrees  FVII/1/7  ND

Contents:
Consisting of (a) forms of commissions for various degrees: 3 items, (b) form of oath for taking a degree and form of affirmation for a Quaker, (c) forms of faculties for the degrees of M.A., D.D., and 'Dr. of Physick': 5 items, and (d) a draft degree for M.A

Papers relating to the appointment of noblemen's chaplains  FVII/1/8  ND

Contents:
(a) A draft qualification, and (b) a draft resignation.

Papers relating to the appointment of public notaries  FVII/1/9  ND

Contents:
(a) Forms of certificates of fitness: 2 items, (b) Master's order and forms of commission to take the affidavit of completion of service as an articled clerk: 3 items, (c) forms of affidavits of service: 8 items, (d) forms of commissions to take notarial oaths and the form of the return: 3 items, (e) forms of faculties for all varieties of appointment: 39 items, (f) correspondence concerning searches in the certificate and articled clerks' books, with a draft exemplification, (g) the form of affidavit that a fine has been paid for omission to take out an annual certificate, and (h) a letter concerning the office's power to appoint notaries to practise in the colonies.

Form of a return to a requisition.  FVII/1/10  ND

Precedent Book III.  FVII/1/11  ND

171 ff

Contents:
This is a volume of miscellaneous papers used by the Master of Faculties, giving details of rules, precedents and forms. Rules for marriage licences (ff.1-28), papers relating to common licences (ff.29-61), correspondence relating to the Duke of York's marriage (ff.62-69), special licence papers (ff.70-91), marriages of divorced persons, mainly newspaper cuttings (ff.92-108), Public Notaries (ff.109-163), marriage licence forms (ff.164-169) and miscellaneous cuttings (ff.170-171)

Printed Rules and Regulations in the Court of Arches after 1867.  FVII/1/12  ND

Papers relating to Faculty Office officials.  FVII/2  [n.d.]

Papers concerning the Mastership  FVII/2/1  1790-1841

Contents:
Including (a) correspondence relating to the procedure for the resignation of Lord Stowell, August 1835, (b) letters patent making an appointment, 1790, and (c) a draft resignation, 1841.

Acts of appointment of surrogates  FVII/2/2  1754-75

Contents:
These have been indexed and the cards filed in the index of officials.

Cases and opinions, 1811  FVII/2/3  1798-1811

Contents:
Relating to the legality of the Principal Registrar's appointing deputies, whether these should be public notaries, and what authority they should have to act for the Principal. The papers consist of (a) opinions of Dr. Adams, Dr. Arnold, Mr. Parke, Mr. Hart, and the Attorney General, with a draft form of appointment of deputies, (b) the patents to Robert Moore, John Topham, and Henry Dimoke, 1798, and (c) correspondence with John Moore as to the appointment of a deputy for Mr. Jenner, 1811. These papers refer to the Vicar General's Office also.

Appointment of Richard Chicheley as commissary or deputy to grant dispensations and faculties, 12 Feb.1728, with consent of dean and chapter of Canterbury, 27 April.  FVII/2/4  1728

Appointment of Charles Manners Sutton as registrar, 27 Dec. 1826, with consent of the dean and chapter, 30 Dec.  FVII/1/5  1726

Papers relating to fees and accounts.  FVII/3  [n.d.]

Daybook  FVII/3/1  July 1889 - December 1913, and June 1914

Contents:
This is a fair copy of an account of fees paid for the instruments issued, giving the type of faculty, and the name of the grantee with the sums due to each official.

Account of fees received  FVII/3/2  July 1910 - June 1922

Contents:
These are draft unbound accounts, listed under the name of the grantee, with separate accounts of miscellaneous fees received for searches, caveats, and unusual documents.

Request, and return to the Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee  FVII/3/3  1798

Contents:
Giving an account of the duties of, and the fees due to, each of the chief officials of the Faculty Office.

Papers relating to the alteration of the emoluments of the Deputy Registrar  FVII/3/4  1788-1810

Contents:
Including (a) accounts of fees received, 1808-1810, (b) an 'average' account of licences granted, 1788-1808, (c) an account of the annual profits of the Principal Registrar, 1788-1808, and (d) correspondence relating to the alteration of the Deputy Registrar's emoluments, 1809.

A return to the Parliamentary Commission on Sinecure Places, being an account of the different instruments issued.  FVII/3/5  January 1808 - December 1810

Notes on fees for various classes of dispensation, and a list of fees received by the Clerk of the Dispensations and Faculties in Chancery for confirmations under the Great Seal  FVII/3/6  1838

Papers relating to an application for fees to be reduced for a degree granted in the colonies  FVII/3/7  1841

Correspondence relating to a change of auditors for the Faculty Office accounts  FVII/3/8  1841

Note as to the division of fees for Royal Marriage Licences.  FVII/3/9  1843

Table of fees for business done at the Faculty Office  FVII/3/10  1819

A formulary of documents relating to the diocese of Exeter.  FVII/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
The main body of the volume contains copies of documents issued by John, 1 bishop of Exeter. These are copies of earlier material, made at the end of the sixteenth century (ff.1-135). The last part of the book contains later additions in various hands starting in the late seventeenth century, 1670-1700, (ff.136-168) and continuing into the eighteenth century (ff.169-192) up to the reign of George II. The names of various officials concerned with the see of Exeter are mentioned in the documents copied, but on the front fly leaf is inscribed the name of Henry Rowcliffe and on f.18 is written 'Henry Rowcliffe his books'. The volume was found among the Faculty Office precedent books and forms and may have been placed there by an official connected with the diocese of Exeter, who later became a registrar or surrogate in the Faculty Office. A small number of the later documents refer to the consistory court of the diocese of London and are in the name of men who appear also to have held office in the Court of Arches. It was usual for officials of the Court of Arches to work with the Faculty Office as well and this may be the reason why this book was found among the Faculty Office papers.
1. Either John Arundel, 1502-1504, or John Veysey 1519-1551 and 1553-1554.

Formulary of documents  AA/F/7/4/1  16th - 18th Centuries

paper 223 ff.

Supplementary information: Index of documents ff.208-223.

Licences to eat meat and dispensations from fasting  FVIII  [n.d.]


Related information: See also: Licences 1618-1620
MSS. 2004, ff.108-133; 2006, ff.153-170

Contents:
During the sixteenth century and to some extent the seventeenth century observation of the Lenten fast and other fasts noted in the table of vigils, fasts and days of abstinence in the Book of Common Prayer was enforced. However, the Faculty Office issued various dispensations to eat meat and other prohibited food during these periods of public fasting. (See Muniment Books F1/Vv, A, B, B1, B2). An application for a dispensation was accompanied by a doctor's certificate specifying that fasting would be prejudicial to the health of the applicant.

Doctor's certificate for Jacob Wittewroughe of Plaistow, Essex, with the Archbishop's fiat for a licence to eat meat during Lent  FVIII/1  14 March 1623

Doctor's certificate for Lady Harrys  FVIII/2  10 February, 1677

Doctor's certificate of Mrs. Theophila Turnor (Turner) of St. Bride's, London, and Dame Theophila Harrys of Hayne, Devon  FVIII/3  17 February 1680

Licences for the above  FVIII/4  14 February 1680

PAPERS RELATING TO THE ISSUE OF MARRIAGE LICENCES  FM  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: For indexes 1701-1850 see the English Origins Website: www.englishorigins.com

Administrative history:
Whenever a marriage is to be solemnized without the publication of banns a licence has to be granted by the diocesan, by one of his officers, or by the Faculty Office or the Vicar General's Office. The relative competence of the Master of the Faculties and the Vicar General was not defined until 1755 when it was agreed that the Vicar General might grant common licences to parties both of whom were living in dioceases in the province of Canterbury but not to parties resident in the province of York. The Faculty Office, being a lay office, established by act of Parliament, was competent throughout England. The Vicar General's practice of granting special licences was also questioned and it was decided that the 1753 Marriage Act, by quoting the the act 25 Henry VIII, c.16, (1533), implied that special licences, being dispensations from statutory law, should henceforth be granted by the Faculty Office alone. Common licences for the province of Canterbury can be issued by either office. These apply mainly to the home counties.
Until 1575 the marriage licences were registered with the other faculties in the muniment books A and B. These have been extracted, with selections from the allegations for 1632-1869, and published by J.L. Chester and G.J. Armytage, Allegations for Marriage Licences issued from the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury at London, 1543-1869, Harlsian Society, vol.XXIV (London, 1886). After 1575 the marriage licences were dealt with separately and have their own calendars which, from 1632-1714, have been printed by G.E. Cokayne and E.A. Fry, Faculty Office Marriage Licences, British Record Society, Index Library vol.XXXXXX (London, 1905).

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The papers relating to the granting of marriage licences have been filed in the following categories:
FM I Allegations
FM II Bonds
FM III Calendars

MARRIAGE ALLEGATIONS  FM I  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: On microfilm to 1850. Must be consulted on microfilm.

Administrative history:
The canons of 1603 (E. Gibson, Codex Iuris Ecclesiastici (Oxford, 1761), pp.314-316) required the authorities, before granting a licence, to demand the oaths of two sufficient persons as to the consent of the parents and the absence of impediment to the marriage. By the Marriage Act of 1753, 26 Geo.II, c.33, one of these had to be a party to the marriage.

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These affidavits or allegations were entered in registers until 1698 and signed by those making the oath. After this date the original forms were bound up in yearly or half-yearly volumes until 1938 when they were filed loose, with other relevant papers. The allegations give details of the names, ages and respective parishes of the parties, and sometimes details of their parents or professions.

Marriage Allegations  FMI/1  1632 Oct. - 1633 May

Marriage Allegations  FMI/2  1647 Jan - 1651 March

Marriage Allegations  FMI/3A  1660 Aug. - 1662 March

Marriage Allegations  FMI/3B  1662 April - 1663 April

Marriage Allegations  FMI/4  1663 May - 1664 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/5  1664 July - 1666 March

Marriage Allegations  FMI/6  1666 April - 1668 Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/7  1669 Jan. - 1675 Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/8  1676 Jan. - 1680 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/9  1680 July - 1683 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/10  1683 July - 1686 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/11  1686 Aug. - 1688 Aug

Marriage Allegations  FMI/12  1688 Sept. - 1691 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/13  1691 Aug. - 1694 Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/14  1694 July - 1695 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/15  1695 24 June-Dec. and 1696 May-23 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/16  1696 Jan.-April

Marriage Allegations  FMI/17  1696 25 June-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/18  1696 Dec. - 1697 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/19  1697 June-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/20  1697 Dec. - 1698 June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/21  1698 June-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/22  1699 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/23  1699 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/24  1700 Jan.-July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/25  1700 Aug. - 1701 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/26  1701 Aug. - 1702 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/27  1702 Aug. - 1703 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/28  1703 Aug. - 1704 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/29  1704 Aug. - 1705 July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/30  1705 Aug. - 1706 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/31  1706 Feb. - July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/32  1706 Aug. - 1707 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/33  1707 Feb. - July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/34  1707 Aug. - 1708 Feb

Marriage Allegations  FMI/35  1708 March-July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/36  1708 Aug. - 1709 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/37  1709 Feb. - July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/38  1709 Aug. - 1710 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/39  1710 Feb. - July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/40  1710 Aug. - 1711 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/41  1711 Feb.-July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/42  1711 Aug. - 1712 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/43  1712 Feb.-July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/44  1712 Aug. - 1713 Jan

Marriage Allegations  FMI/45  1713 Feb.-July

Marriage Allegations  FMI/46  1713 Aug.-Nov

Marriage Allegations  FMI/47  1713 Nov. - 1714 Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/48  1715 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/49  1716 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/50  1717 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/51  1718 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/52  1718 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/53  1719 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/54  1719 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/55  1720

Marriage Allegations  FMI/56  1721

Marriage Allegations  FMI/57  1722

Marriage Allegations  FMI/58  1723

Marriage Allegations  FMI/59  1724

Marriage Allegations  FMI/60  1725

Marriage Allegations  FMI/61  1726

Marriage Allegations  FMI/62  1727

Marriage Allegations  FMI/63  1728

Marriage Allegations  FMI/64  1729

Marriage Allegations  FMI/65  1730

Marriage Allegations  FMI/66  1731

Marriage Allegations  FMI/67  1732

Marriage Allegations  FMI/68  1733

Marriage Allegations  FMI/69  1734 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/70  1734 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/71  1735 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/72  1735 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/73  1736 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/74  1736 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/75  1737

Marriage Allegations  FMI/76  1738

Marriage Allegations  FMI/77  1739

Marriage Allegations  FMI/78  1740

Marriage Allegations  FMI/79  1741

Marriage Allegations  FMI/80  1742

Marriage Allegations  FMI/81  1743

Marriage Allegations  FMI/82  1744

Marriage Allegations  FMI/83  1745

Marriage Allegations  FMI/84  1746

Marriage Allegations  FMI/85  1747

Marriage Allegations  FMI/86  1748

Marriage Allegations  FMI/87  1749

Marriage Allegations  FMI/88  1750

Marriage Allegations  FMI/89  1751

Marriage Allegations  FMI/90  1752

Marriage Allegations  FMI/91  1753

Marriage Allegations  FMI/92  1754

Marriage Allegations  FMI/93  1755

Marriage Allegations  FMI/94  1756

Marriage Allegations  FMI/95  1757

Marriage Allegations  FMI/96  1758

Marriage Allegations  FMI/97  1759

Marriage Allegations  FMI/98  1760

Marriage Allegations  FMI/99  1761

Marriage Allegations  FMI/100  1762

Marriage Allegations  FMI/101  1763

Marriage Allegations  FMI/102  1764

Marriage Allegations  FMI/103  1765

Marriage Allegations  FMI/104  1766

Marriage Allegations  FMI/105  1767

Marriage Allegations  FMI/106  1768

Marriage Allegations  FMI/107  1769

Marriage Allegations  FMI/108  1770

Marriage Allegations  FMI/109  1771

Marriage Allegations  FMI/110  1772

Marriage Allegations  FMI/111  1773

Marriage Allegations  FMI/112  1774

Marriage Allegations  FMI/113  1775

Marriage Allegations  FMI/114  1776

Marriage Allegations  FMI/115  1777

Marriage Allegations  FMI/116  1778

Marriage Allegations  FMI/117  1779

Marriage Allegations  FMI/118  1780

Marriage Allegations  FMI/119  1781

Marriage Allegations  FMI/120  1782

Marriage Allegations  FMI/121  1783

Marriage Allegations  FMI/122  1784

Marriage Allegations  FMI/123  1785

Marriage Allegations  FMI/124  1786

Marriage Allegations  FMI/125  1787

Marriage Allegations  FMI/126  1788

Marriage Allegations  FMI/127  1789

Marriage Allegations  FMI/128  1790

Marriage Allegations  FMI/129  1791

Marriage Allegations  FMI/130  1792

Marriage Allegations  FMI/131  1793

Marriage Allegations  FMI/132  1794

Marriage Allegations  FMI/133  1795

Marriage Allegations  FMI/134  1796

Marriage Allegations  FMI/135  1797

Marriage Allegations  FMI/136  1798

Marriage Allegations  FMI/137  1799

Marriage Allegations  FMI/138  1800

Marriage Allegations  FMI/139  1801

Marriage Allegations  FMI/140  1802

Marriage Allegations  FMI/141  1803

Marriage Allegations  FMI/142  1804

Marriage Allegations  FMI/143  1805

Marriage Allegations  FMI/144  1806

Marriage Allegations  FMI/145  1807

Marriage Allegations  FMI/146  1808

Marriage Allegations  FMI/147  1809 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/148  1809 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/149  1810 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/150  1810 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/151  1811 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/152  1811 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/153  1812 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/154  1812 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/155  1813 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/156  1813 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/157  1814 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/158  1814 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/159  1815 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/160  1815 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/161  1816 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/162  1816 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/163  1817 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/164  1817 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/165  1818 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/166  1818 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/167  1819 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/168  1819 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/169  1820 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/170  1820 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/171  1821 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/172  1821 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/173  1822 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/174  1822 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/175  1823 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/176  1823 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/177  1824 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/178  1824 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/179  1825 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/180  1825 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/181  1826 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/182  1826 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/183  1827 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/184  1827 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/185  1828 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/186  1828 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/187  1829 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/188  1829 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/189  1830 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/190  1830 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/191  1831 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/192  1831 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/193  1832 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/194  1832 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/195  1833 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/196  1833 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/197  1834 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/198  1834 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/199  1835 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/200  1835 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/201  1836 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/202  1836 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/203  1837 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/204  1837 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/205  1838 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/206  1838 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/207  1839 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/208  1839 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/209  1840 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/210  1840 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/211  1841 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/212  1841 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/213  1842 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/214  1842 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/215  1843 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/216  1843 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/217  1844 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/218  1844 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/219  1845 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/220  1845 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/221  1846 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/222  1846 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/223  1847 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/224  1847 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/225  1848 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/226  1848 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/227  1849 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/228  1849 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/229  1850 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/230  1850 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/231  1851 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/232  1851 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/233  1852 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/234  1852 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/235  1853 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/236  1853 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/237  1854 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/238  1854 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/239  1855 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/240  1855 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/241  1856 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/242  1856 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/243  1857 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/244  1857 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/245  1858 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/246  1858 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/247  1859 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/248  1859 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/249  1860 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/250  1860 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/251  1861 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/252  1861 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/253  1862 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/254  1862 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/255  1863 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/256  1863 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/257  1864 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/258  1864 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/259  1865 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/260  1865 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/261  1866 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/262  1866 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/263  1867 Jan.-June

Marriage Allegations  FMI/264  1867 July-Dec

Marriage Allegations  FMI/265  1868

Marriage Allegations  FMI/266  1869

Marriage Allegations  FMI/267  1870

Marriage Allegations  FMI/268  1871

Marriage Allegations  FMI/269  1872

Marriage Allegations  FMI/270  1873

Marriage Allegations  FMI/271  1874

Marriage Allegations  FMI/272  1875

Marriage Allegations  FMI/273  1876

Marriage Allegations  FMI/274  1877

Marriage Allegations  FMI/275  1878

Marriage Allegations  FMI/276  1879

Marriage Allegations  FMI/277  1880

Marriage Allegations  FMI/278  1881

Marriage Allegations  FMI/279  1882

Marriage Allegations  FMI/280  1883

Marriage Allegations  FMI/281  1884

Marriage Allegations  FMI/282  1885

Marriage Allegations  FMI/283  1886

Marriage Allegations  FMI/284  1887

Marriage Allegations  FMI/285  1888

Marriage Allegations  FMI/286  1889

Marriage Allegations  FMI/287  1890

Marriage Allegations  FMI/288  1891

Marriage Allegations  FMI/289  1892

Marriage Allegations  FMI/290  1893

Marriage Allegations  FMI/291  1894

Marriage Allegations  FMI/292  1895

Marriage Allegations  FMI/293  1896

Marriage Allegations  FMI/294  1897

Marriage Allegations  FMI/295  1898

Marriage Allegations  FMI/296  1899

Marriage Allegations  FMI/297  1900

MARRIAGE BONDS  FMII  [n.d.]

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Until 1823 the parties making the affidavit were required to enter into a bond as a surety for the correctness of the allegation, the substance of which is repeated in the bond, with the addition of the occupation of the parties. The act of 1823, 4 Geo.IV, c.76, section 15, made bonds no longer necessary. The bonds were filed in half-yearly bundles apart from the years 1713-18 and 1734-6 when they were bound in volumes

Marriage Bonds  FMII/1  1694 July-Dec. and 1698 Dec. - 1699 June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/2  1699 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/3  1700 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/4  1700 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/5  1701 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/6  1701 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/7  1702 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/8  1702 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/9  1703 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/10  1703 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/11  1704 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/12  1704 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/13  1705 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/14  1705 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/15  1706 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/16  1706 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/17  1707 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/18  1707 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/19  1708 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/20  1708 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/21  1709 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/22  1709 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/23  1710 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/24  1710 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/25  1711 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/26  1711 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/27  1712 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/28  1712 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/29  1713 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/30  1713 July-Nov

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/31  1713 Nov. - 1714 June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/32  1714 June-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/33  1714 Dec. - 1715 June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/34  1715 June-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/35  1716 Jan.-July

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/36  1716 July-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/37  1717 Jan.-July

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/38  1717 July-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/39  1718 Jan.-June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/40  1718 July-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/41  1719 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/42  1719 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/43  1720 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/44  1720 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/45  1721 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/46  1721 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/47  1722 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/48  1722 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/49  1723 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/50  1723 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/51  1724 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/52  1724 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/53  1725 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/54  1725 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/55  1726 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/56  1726 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/57  1727 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/58  1727 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/59  1728 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/60  1728 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/61  1729 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/62  1729 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/63  1730 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/64  1730 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/65  1731 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/66  1731 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/67  1732 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/68  1732 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/69  1733 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/70  1733 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/71  1734 Jan.-June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/72  1734 July-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/73  1735 Jan.-June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/74  1735 July-Dec

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/75  1736 Jan.-June

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Marriage Bonds  FMII/76  1736 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/77  1737 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/78  1737 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/79  1738 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/80  1738 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/81  1739 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/82  1739 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/83  1740 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/84  1740 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/85  1741 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/86  1741 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/87  1742 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/88  1742 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/89  1743 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/90  1743 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/91  1744 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/92  1744 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/93  1745 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/94  1745 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/95  1746 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/96  1746 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/97  1747 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/98  1747 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/99  1748 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/100  1748 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/101  1749 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/102  1749 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/103  1750 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/104  1750 Aug.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/105  1751 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/106  1752 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/107  1753 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/108  1754 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/109  1754 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/110  1755 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/111  1755 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/112  1756 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/113  1756 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/114  1757 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/115  1757 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/116  1758 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/117  1758 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/118  1759 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/119  1759 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/120  1760 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/121  1760 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/122  1761 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/123  1761 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/124  1762 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/125  1762 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/126  1763 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/127  1763 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/128  1764 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/129  1764 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/130  1765 Jan.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/131  1766 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/132  1766 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/133  1767 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/134  1767 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/135  1768 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/136  1768 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/137  1769 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/138  1769 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/139  1770 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/140  1770 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/141  1771 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/142  1771 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/143  1772 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/144  1772 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/145  1773 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/146  1773 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/147  1774 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/148  1774 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/149  1775 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/150  1775 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/151  1776 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/152  1776 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/153  1777 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/154  1777 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/155  1778 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/156  1778 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/157  1779 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/158  1779 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/159  1780 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/160  1780 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/161  1781 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/162  1781 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/163  1782 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/164  1782 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/165  1783 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/166  1783 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/167  1784 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/168  1784 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/169  1785 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/170  1785 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/171  1786 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/172  1786 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/173  1787 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/174  1787 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/175  1788 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/176  1788 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/177  1789 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/178  1789 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/179  1790 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/180  1790 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/181  1791 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/182  1791 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/183  1792 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/184  1792 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/185  1793 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/186  1793 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/187  1794 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/188  1794 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/189  1795 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/190  1795 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/191  1796 Jan.-July

Marriage Bonds  FMII/192  1796 Aug.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/193  1797 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/194  1797 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/195  1798 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/196  1798 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/197  1799 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/198  1799 July-Sept

Marriage Bonds  FMII/199  1799 Oct.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/200  1800 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/201  1800 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/202  1801 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/203  1801 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/204  1802 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/205  1802 July-Sept

Marriage Bonds  FMII/206  1802 Oct.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/207  1803 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/208  1803 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/209  1804 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/210  1804 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/211  1805 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/212  1805 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/213  1806 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/214  1806 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/215  1807 Jan.-March

Marriage Bonds  FMII/216  1807 April-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/217  1807 July-Sept

Marriage Bonds  FMII/218  1807 Oct.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/219  1808 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/220  1808 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/221  1809 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/222  1809 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/223  1810 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/224  1810 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/225  1811 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/226  1811 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/227  1812 Jan.-April

Marriage Bonds  FMII/228  1812 May-July

Marriage Bonds  FMII/229  1812 Aug.-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/230  1813 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/231  1813 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/232  1814 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/233  1814 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/234  1815 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/235  1815 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/236  1816 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/237  1816 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/238  1817 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/239  1817 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/240  1818 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/241  1818 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/242  1819 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/243  1819 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/244  1820 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/245  1820 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/246  1821 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/247  1821 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/248  1822 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/249  1822 July-Dec

Marriage Bonds  FMII/250  1823 Jan.-June

Marriage Bonds  FMII/251  1823 July-Dec

CALENDARS OF MARRIAGE ALLEGATIONS  FMIII  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: Originals not available

Contents:
These are chronological lists of the parties making affidavits for marriage licences, with a separate section for special licences at the end of each month. A photographic copy is kept in the reading room.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/1  October 1632 - October 1695

ii+209 ff.

Contents:
Notes of errors and omissions ff.i-ii

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/2  November 1695 - December 1706

iii+77 ff.

Contents:
A list of 'obscure' entries f.iii

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/3  January 1707 - December 1721

ii+90 ff.

Contents:
Caveats ff.90-83

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/4  January 1722 - December 1736

ii+115 ff.

Contents:
Caveats 1722-35 ff.115-112

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/5  January 1737 - May 1750

ii+89 ff.

Contents:
Caveats 1737-46 f.1

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/6  June 1750 - December 1764

iv+89 ff.

Contents:
Caveats 1751 f.iii

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/7  January 1765 - June 1777

ii+86 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/8  July 1777 - July 1787

iii+91 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/9  August 1787 - December 1800

iii+113 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/10  January 1801 - September 1817

ii+147 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/11  October 1817 - August 1830

i+125 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/12  September 1830 - December 1835

ii+135 ff.

Contents:
Inside the cover a printed list of London parishes

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/13  January 1836 - February 1841

135 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/14  March 1841 - May 1845

134 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/15  June 1845 - August 1850

133 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/16  September 1850 - December 1855

136 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/17  January 1856 - July 1861

137 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/18  August 1861 - November 1866

135 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/19  December 1866 - June 1874

133 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/20  July 1874 - April 1885

139 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/21  May 1885 - December 1899

133 ff.

Calendar of Marriage Allegations  FMIII/22  January 1900 - June 1913

ii+136 ff.

Estate Documents and Temporalities  AA/EDT  [n.d.]

TEMPORALITIES  AA/EDT/T  [n.d.]

18 series

Arrangement: AA/EDT/T/A/1-703 Leases and Title Deeds
AA/EDT/T/B 1-163 Registers and Schedules of Leases
AA/EDT/T/C/1-90 Surveys, Views and Valuations
AA/EDT/T/D/1-354 Maps and Plans
AA/EDT/T/E/1-62 Rentals
AA/EDT/T/F/1-252 Estate Accounts
AA/EDT/T/G/1-59 Household Accounts
AA/EDT/T/H/1-61 Court Rolls
AA/EDT/T/K/1-59 Records of Appointment of Officials
AA/EDT/T/L/1-2 Precedent Books
AA/EDT/T/M/1-107 Letters Patent and Parliamentary Papers
AA/EDT/T/N/1-132 Case Papers
AA/EDT/T/O/1-79 Lambeth Enclosure Papers
AA/EDT/T/P/1-38 Land Tax Redemption Certificates
AA/EDT/T/Q/1-7 Tithe Awards
AA/EDT/T/R/1-37 Correspondence and papers
AA/EDT/T/S/1-140 Woods: Surveys, Returns, Plans, Accounts, Woodreeves' Patents, and Correspondence.
AA/EDT/T/T/1 Cartularies


Supplementary information: LIST OF THE POST-REFORMATION TEMPORALITIES OF THE SEE OF CANTERBURY
The following list provides a guide to the post-Reformation estates of the archbishops of Canterbury. It excludes both the medieval endowments alienated by the series of exchanges between the crown and the archbishops of Canterbury, 1536-1561, and most of the properties which were only temporarily part of the possessions of the see of Canterbury during those same years. In view of the complex nature of some of the former monastic estates granted to the archbishops, this list does not purport to be a definitive list of all the minor properties acquired. An account of the exchanges of land between Archbishop Cranmer and Henry VIII is given by Professor F.R.H. Du Boulay in 'Archbishop Cranmer and the Canterbury Temporalities', E.H.R., 67, (1952), pp.19-36.
The term 'ancient' is used below to describe those estates which belonged to the see of Canterbury before the Reformation, irrespective of the date of their acquisition.
ACRISE, Kent.
Brandred manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
ADDINGTON, Surrey.
Addington Park, residence of the archbishop of Canterbury, purchased by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808. Further property purchased in 1809 and 1836. Sold by Archbishop Temple in 1898.
ALDINGTON, Kent.
Poulton Stansted alias Poulton manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
ALKHAM and CAPEL LE FERNE, Kent.
Alkham rectory, with tithes of Evering alias Great Everden, Satmore and Swingfield, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange 1537.
APPLEDORE, Kent.
Appledore rectory, with tithes of Beckard (Becket's Barn) in Fairfield and Kite in Swalecliffe, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
ASH NEXT SANDWICH, Kent.
Ash alias Guilton rectory, with Richborough chapel, formerly of Wingham college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
Goldstone alias Goldstantone rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
Overland rectory, formerly of Wingham college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
BARHAM, Kent.
Covert Wood, ancient endowment.
Priory Wood, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
BARHAM and UPPER HARDRES, Kent.
Woodland purchased by Archbishop Sumner in 1859.
BEKESBOURNE, Kent.
Bekesbourne manor, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1543.
Bekesbourne rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
BETHERSDEN, Kent.
Bethersden rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536. Sold with the site of the priory to redeem land tax in 1800.
BILSINGTON, Kent.
Bilsington priory, acquired by exchange in 1537. Alienated to Sir Anthony Leger, 1539, reserving annual rent of £70.
BLACKBURN, Lancs.
Blackburn rectory with chapelries of Low Church alias Walton-le-Dale and Samlesbury, formerly of Whalley abbey, acquired by exchange in 1547. Parts sold during the 19th century.
BOARSTALL and BRILL, Bucks.
Boarstall alias Muzzell Hill Farm, acquired by exchange for Wotton Underwood rectory in 1741.
BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Kent.
Boughton manor, ancient endowment. Sold to redeem land tax in 1800.
BRABOURNE, Kent.
Brabourne rectory, formerly of Horton priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
BREDGAR, BICKNOR and BORDEN, Kent.
Bredgar Chantry, acquired by exchange in 1561.
BRICKHILL, LITTLE, Kent.
Little Brickhill rectory, formerly of Combwell abbey, acquired by exchange in 1543.
BUCKLAND (in Dover), Kent.
Buckland mill, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Buckland rectory, as above.
Dudmanscombe manor, as above.
Other property in Buckland was acquired with the priory in 1537.
CANTERBURY, Kent.
Archbishop's Palace, ancient endowment.
St. Gregory's priory, with the rectories of St. Dunstan, Northgate and Westgate, acquired by exchange in 1536. Sold to redeem land tax in 1800.
Westgate manor, ancient endowment. Westgate mills were sold to redeem land tax in 1800.
Other property in Canterbury, formerly of Dover priory and Christ Church, was acquired in 1537 and 1542.
CHALLOCK, Kent.
Challock rectory, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1561.
CHARLTON (in Dover), Kent.
Charlton mill and other land, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
CHISLET, Kent.
Chislet manor, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1540. Roundhill and Treasurers Holt sold to redeem land tax in 1804.
Chislet Park, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1538.
Chislet rectory, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1540.
CHISLET and HOATH, Kent.
Shelvingford manor, formerly of Sir Alexander Culpepper of Bedgebury, Kent, acquired by exchange in 1543.
COLDRED, Kent.
Coldred manor, formerly of Combwell abbey, acquired by exchange in 1543. Homestead and Home meadow purchased by Archbishop Sumner on the surrender of the manor in 1855.
Coldred rectory, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
CROYDON, Surrey.
Croydon manor, ancient endowment.
Croydon palace, ancient endowment, sold by Archbishop Cornwallis in 1781.
Croydon Park, ancient endowment, alienated in 1540 and reacquired in 1547.
Pyrle Mead alias Little Norbury Mead acquired in 1547.
Exchanged under the Croydon Enclosure Act, 1800.
Selhurst manor, formerly of MaIling abbey, exchanged in 1540.
Waddon manor with mills, ancient endowment.
DEAL, Kent.
Court Ash manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Deal Prebend manor, ancient endowment.
Other property in Deal, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
DETLING, Kent.
Detling tithery, glebe and barn, formerly of Maidstone college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
DOVER, Kent.
Dover priory estates, acquired by exchange in 1537.
See also Buckland and Charlton above.
DOVER and GUSTON, Kent.
Barton manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
DUNKIRK, Kent.
North and South Bishopsden Woods, ancient endowment.
ELMSTED, Kent.
Elmsted rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
FOLKESTONE, Kent.
Abbots Cliffe, acquired by exchange in [1537].
Folkestone rectory, with tithes in Fleet and wards called Waterditch, Cliff, Caldam, Uppingwell (Up Hill), Hawkinge and Eastbrook, formerly of Folkestone priory, acquired by exchange in 1561. Sold to redeem land tax in 1800.
GRAVENEY, Kent.
Graveney rectory, formerly of Southwark priory, acquired by exchange in 1561.
GUSTON, Kent.
Frith manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Guston manor, as above.
Guston rectory, as above.
GUSTON and EAST LANGDON, Kent.
Pising manor, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
HARBLEDOWN, Kent.
Poldhurst tithes, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
HASTINGLEIGH, Kent.
Two acres formerly of Sir John Baker, acquired by exchange in 1547.
HAWKINGE, Kent.
Flegis Court, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
HERNHILL, Kent.
Hernhill rectory, formerly of Faversham abbey, acquired by exchange in 1561.
HOUGHAM, Kent.
Farthingloe manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Hougham rectory, as above.
Siberston tithes, as above.
Other property in Hougham was acquired with the site of Dover priory in 1537.
KENNINGTON, Kent.
Kennington rectory, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1561.
LAMBETH, Surrey.
Lambeth manor, ancient endowment.
Lambeth Palace, ancient endowment.
Lambeth Wick manor, ancient endowment.
Forty-two acres of land, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
LANGDON, EAST, Kent.
Abbots Dane, (eight acres), acquired by exchange in [1537].
LEEDS and BROOMFIELD, Kent.
Leeds rectory, with Broomfield chapel, formerly of Leeds priory, acquired by exchange in 1561.
LENHAM, Kent.
Lenham rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
LEYSDOWN, Kent.
Leysdown rectory, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
LITTLEBOURNE, Kent.
Littlebourne manor, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1547.
LOOSE, Kent.
Loose tithery and barn, formerly of Maidstone college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
LYDD, Kent.
Lydd rectory, formerly of Tintern abbey, Mons., acquired by exchange in 1561.
LYDDEN, Kent.
Lydden manor, formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1547.
Lydden rectory, as above.
MAIDSTONE, Kent.
Maidstone rectory with Little Wester (Westree) and Loddington tithes, formerly of Maidstone college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
MARDEN, Kent.
Marden rectory, formerly of Sheen priory, Surrey, acquired by exchange in 1561.
NACKINGTON, Kent.
Nackington rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536. Sold with the site of the priory to redeem land tax in 1800.
NEWINGTON NEXT HYTHE, Kent.
Combe manor, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
NONINGTON, Kent.
Curlswood Park, ancient endowment.
Nonington rectory, formerly of Wingham college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
NORTHBOURNE and LITTLE MONGEHAM, Kent.
Ashley Grange, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
NORTHBOURNE and LITTLE MONGEHAM (cont):
Northbourne almonry, with Betteshanger and Finglesham tithes, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1540.
OARE, Kent.
Oare rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
OXNEY, Kent.
Oxney rectory, formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1537.
PETHAM, Kent.
Buckholt Wood, ancient endowment.
Swarling tithes, formerly of MaIling abbey, acquired by exchange in 1540.
PORTSLADE, Sussex.
Portslade rectory, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
POSTLING, Kent.
Postling rectory, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
RECULVER, Kent.
Lords Lands, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
RECULVER and HERNE, Kent.
Ford park, ancient endowment.
Reculver rectory, with Herne and Hoath chapelries, ancient endowment.
RIVER, Kent.
Coperland, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Crabble mill, as above.
River rectory, as above.
ROCHDALE, Lancs.
Rochdale rectory, with Saddleworth and Butterworth chapelries, formerly of Whalley abbey, acquired by exchange in 1547.
ROLVENDEN, Kent.
Wasteground at Layne alias Layne Green, [acquired by exchange in 1537].
RUCKINGE, Kent.
Maison Dieu Brook, formerly of St. Mary's hospital, Dover, acquired by exchange in 1547.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, Thanet (later MARGATE), Kent.
Salmstone Grange, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1561.
ST. LAWRENCE and ST. PETERS, Thanet, Kent.
Newland Grange, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1547.
ST. MARGARET AT CLIFFE, Kent.
Reach manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
St. Margaret's rectory, as above.
ST. NICHOLAS AT WADE, Kent.
St. Nicholas at Wade rectory, ancient endowment.
SELLINGE alias SELLINDGE, Kent.
Sellinge rectory, formerly of St. Mary's hospital, Dover, acquired by exchange in 1561.
SHOLDEN, Kent.
Hull manor, formerly of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
Sholden rectory, as above.
SIBERTSWOLD, Kent.
Sibertswold manor, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Sibertswold rectory, as above.
West Court manor, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
SITTINGBOURNE, Kent.
Sittingbourne rectory, formerly of St. Mary's priory, Clerkenwell, acquired by exchange in 1561.
STALISFIELD, Kent.
Stalisfield rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH, Salop.
Kingston in, formerly of Wenlock priory, acquired by exchange in 1542, alienated in 1561.
Stoke St. Milborough manor, as above.
STOURMOUTH, Kent.
Northcourt Farm, purchased by Archbishop Sumner in 1862.
SUTTON, EAST, Kent.
East Sutton rectory, formerly of Maidstone college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
SUTTON VALENCE, CHART SUTTON and LANGLEY, Kent.
Warehorn manor, formerly of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, acquired by exchange in 1537.
THANINGTON, Kent.
Thanington rectory, with other land in, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536. Sold with the site of the priory to redeem land tax in 1800.
Land formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
THORNLEY WITH WHEATLEY, Lancs.
Land purchased by Archbishop Sancroft from John Starkie, esq., to augment Blackburn vicarage and chapelries of Balderstone, Darwen, Great Harwood, Langho, Mellor, Samlesbury, Tockholes, Walton-le-Dale and Witton, 1686.
TILMANSTONE, Kent.
Tilmanstone rectory, formerly of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, acquired by exchange in 1561.
TONGE, Kent.
Tonge rectory, formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1537.
UPWALTHAM and EARTHAM, Sussex.
Brewerton alias Roughton Wood, formerly of Bruton priory, Somerset, acquired by exchange in [mid 16th century].
WALDERSHARE, Kent.
Southwood, formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1537.
Waldershare rectory, formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1537.
WALMER, Kent.
Walmer rectory formerly of Langdon abbey, acquired by exchange in 1537.
WALTHAM, Kent.
Waltham rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
WESTBERE, Kent.
Rushbourne tithes, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536.
WESTWELL, Kent.
Leacon alias Lecton manor, formerly of MaIling abbey, acquired by exchange in 1540.
Westwell manor, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542. Alienated in 1561.
Westwell rectory, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
WESTWELL and CHALLOCK, Kent.
Longbeech Wood, formerly of Christ Church, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1542.
WHALLEY, Lancs.
Whalley rectory with chapelries of Burnley, Altham, Clitheroe, Colne, Downham, Haslingden, Little Bowland, Padiham, Pendle, Rossendale, and Trawden, formerly of Whalley abbey, acquired by exchange in 1547. Sold to redeem land tax in 1799.
WHITFIELD alias BEAUXFIELD, Kent.
Whitfield rectory, formerly of Combwell abbey, acquired by exchange in 1543.
WHITSTABLE, Kent.
Whitstable rectory, formerly of Pleshey abbey, Essex, acquired by exchange in 1561. Sold to redeem land tax in 1799.
WINGHAM, Kent.
Dambridge, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
WOMENSWOLD, Kent.
Womenswold rectory, formerly of Wingham college, acquired by exchange in 1561.
Woolwich Wood, ancient endowment.
WORTH, Kent.
Worth Minnis, formerly of Dover priory, acquired by exchange in 1537.
WOTTON UNDERWOOD, Bucks.
Wotton Underwood rectory, formerly of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, acquired by exchange in 1536. Sold in exchange for Boarstall Farm in 1741.
WYE, Kent.
Crophill tithes, formerly of Battle abbey, Sussex, acquired by exchange in 1561.
Wye rectory, as above.

Contents:
The records of the archbishops' estates in Lambeth Palace Library are divided into two distinct, but overlapping series. The first series, known at the Estate Documents, comprises the court and account rolls relating predominantly to the medieval estates: this was catalogued by Dr. Jane Sayers in 1965 (The estate documents in Lambeth Palace Library. A catalogue). The second and more extensive series, the Temporalities, includes a larger variety of records ranging from leases and other title deeds, accounts, rentals, maps and plans, surveys and valuations to patents of appointment of officials, correspondence, and case papers. There are also a few court rolls, some of which have come to light since the publication of Dr. Sayers' catalogue.
Whereas the Estate Documents illustrate the administration of the medieval estates, the Temporalities concentrate on the estates after the Restoration. Although certain of the estates, such as for example Croydon and Lambeth, belonged to the see of Canterbury throughout, the composition of the estates was drastically altered by the exchanges initiated by Henry VII with Archbishop Cranmer. Nevertheless the two series complement each other and a study of both is essential for the understanding of the administration of the archiepiscopal estates. In addition the two series overlap each other. For instance, the Lambeth and Croydon court rolls are in the Estate Documents, but original deeds of admission to, and surrender of, copyholds in the manors of Croydon and Lambeth, and the homage jury minute books for the manor of Croydon, 1582-1868, are in the Temporalities. The financial records of the receiver general also span the two collections.
The archiepiscopal estates were concentrated in Kent, Surrey, and Lancashire, with a few properties in Sussex and Buckinghamshire. Apart from the medieval endowments, mainly pre-dating the Norman Conquest, the archbishops' estates incorporated properties of a number of the suppressed monasteries. The Henrician exchanges gave the archbishop most of the estates of Dover priory, St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, and St. Radegund's, Bradsole, and the impropriate rectories of Blackburn, Rochdale and Whalley, formerly belonging to Whalley abbey. Croydon and Lambeth in Surrey, and Chislet, Deal and Dover in Kent account for the majority of the records; the largest single collection of leases relates to Deal.
The records of the Temporalities illustrate the history of the administration of the estates by the archbishops and their officials. For most of the period, the estates were managed by the receiver general on behalf of the archbishop. The receiver general's account books cover all the estates and provide details of the overall income of the see of Canterbury. He was assisted by various estate officials, such as the stewards of the liberties and manors, the woodreeves, and surveyors. Until the 19th century, the estates appear to have been administered from Lambeth Palace where the receiver general was based. The beginnings of the separation of the administration from the Palace can be seen with the use by Archbishop Manners Sutton of the firm of solicitors, Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, to oversee the administration. Yet it is in the primacy that the correspondence of his officials survives in such quantity that the archbishop's preoccupation with the administration of his estates and his attention to detail can best be seen.
Although most of the records originated with the officials, some belonged to the archbishops themselves, and this mixture of origin is reflected particularly in the correspondence. For the late 17th and 18th century, most of the latter comprises the papers of the archbishops, whereas for the early 19th century the correspondence is that of Archbishop Manners Sutton's solicitors. The two have long since been merged, and no attempt has been made to separate them. The list of correspondence does however indicate where there is correspondence of the archbishops as distinct from their officials.
In addition to estate records, the collection includes household accounts and building accounts. There are thirty-one volumes of vouchers for the household expenditure of Archbishop Potter, 1736-47. These accounts throw light on the restoration of the archiepiscopal palaces. Further information is contained in the building accounts. These consist of the accounts for the restoration of the archiepiscopal palaces at Bekesbourne, Canterbury and Ford Park by Archbishop Abbot in 1631-2, and for the rebuilding undertaken by Archbishop Howley at Addington Park and Lambeth Palace, 1829-33.
There are noticeable gaps in the records. For instance, the registers of leases have not survived for the years, 1766-1773, 1806-1827. There are no original leases of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, 1698-1702, though there is a separate register for covering these years. There are also many losses in the nineteenth century. Some of these lacunae may be accounted for by the practice of dispersing the title deeds on the sale of the property by the archbishop or the Church Commissioners, but this is not the only explanation.
The records of the Temporalities have themselves been enriched by this practice of transferring title deeds on the purchase of an estate. When Archbishop Manners Sutton purchased Addington Park as an archiepiscopal residence in 1808, he received a quantity of title deeds and manorial records dating back to the thirteenth century. These include three mid-thirteenth century grants by the prior, and convent of St. Mary Overy, Southwark.
The Temporalities contain a number of other unexpected items, as for instance the volume of abstracts from Kent cartularies by Sir Edward Dering. This is a sister volume to Stowe Ms.924 in the British Library, and includes abstracts from a cartulary of St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, which has not otherwise survived. There are also tithe accounts of Thomas Curteis, rector of Wrotham, 1715-47, and accounts of Charles James Burton, vicar of Lydd, 1842-4.
The records of the Temporalities, many of which had accumulated at Lambeth Palace, were taken over by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners when the estates of the see of Canterbury were vested in them on the death of Archbishop Sumner in 1862. Whilst the records were in the custody of the Church Commissioners, their successor body, they were numbered as part of their archive, each volume, file, or title deed being allocated a separate number. Most of the records of the Temporalities were deposited in the Library in 1960, together with a schedule of deeds. A summary of the schedule was made by Dr. Dorothy Owen in 1962. Since then, the entire collection has been sorted, numbered and listed in detail. Some of former files contained a miscellany of records - correspondence, maps, valuations, and even rentals, and these have been re-arranged into specific categories. The leases have been sorted according to properties: this practice has also been applied to the extensive collection relating to the five hundred tenements in Deal. It is now possible to trace the descent of each tenement.
The catalogue provides an overall guide to the entire collection of the records of the Temporalities. A more detailed list of the leases and other title deeds is available in Lambeth Palace Library, together with card indexes of the valuations, surveys and maps. An index of lessees is in progress.

LEASES AND TITLE DEEDS  TA  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: A detailed list of the records is available in Lambeth Palace Library. Card index of lessees.

Contents:
The title deeds relate for the most part to the grant of deeds leases of the estates of the archbishops of Cantebury, and include leases for lives, leases for years, building for years, building leases, abstracts of title and contracts for leases, and surrenders.

ADDINGTON, Surrey  TA 1/1-209  c.1230-1847

Contents:
Most of the deeds relate to the manors of Addington (Aguilands and Temple) before the purchase of Addington Park by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808, and includes grants by the prior and convent of St. Mary Overy, Southwark in the 13th century.

ALDINGTON, Kent, Poulton Stansted  TA 2/1  1846

ALKHAM, Kent, rectory  TA 3/1-40  1565-1861

APPLEDORE, Kent, rectory  TA 4/1-24  1662-1856

ASH NEXT SANDWICH, Kent, Ash alias Guilton rectory  TA 5/1-90  1603-1863

ASH NEXT SANDWICH, Kent, Goldstone alias Goldstantone rectory  TA 6/1-36  1793-1857

ASH NEXT SANDWICH, Kent, Overland rectory  TA 7/1-31  1661-1849

BARHAM, covert wood  TA 7a/1-2  1804-5

BARHAM and BUCKLAND, Kent, Priory Wood  TA 8/1-34  1661-1856

BARHAM and UPPER HARDRES, Kent, woodland, 1859: records of the purchase by Archbishop Sumner.  TA 9/1-4  [n.d.]

BEKESBOURNE, Kent, Bekesbourne demesne and gatehouse  TA 10/1-100  1586-1861

BEKESBOURNE, Kent, Bekesbourne manor: gaming rights  TA 11/1  1805

BEKESBOURNE, Kent, Bekesbourne pasture  TA 12/1-18  1599-1800

BEKESBOURNE, Kent, Bekesbourne rectory, 1793-1800, with Bekesbourne pasture  TA 13/1-12  1807-1856

BLACKBURN, Lancs., Blackburn rectory and lordship  TA 14/1-85  1662-1861

BOARSTALL and BRILL, Bucks., Boarstall alias Muzzell Hill Farm  TA 15/1-21  1742-1855

BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Kent, Boughton manor  TA 16/1-23  1661-1800

BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Hurstwood Grubland  TA 17/1-14  1741-1858

BRABOURNE, Kent, rectory  TA 18/1-34  1598-1855

BREDGAR, BICKNOR and BORDEN, Kent, Bredgar Chantry  TA 19/1-97  1626-1855

BRICKHILL, LITTLE, Bucks., rectory  TA 20/1-42  1569-1854

BURNLEY, Lancs., coalmines  TA 21/1  1822

CANTERBURY, Kent, St. Alphege, 'Grammar School'  TA 22/1-24  1574-1845

CANTERBURY, Kent, St. Dunstan, 'Eight Acres Estate'  TA 23/1-31  1535-1838

CANTERBURY, Kent, St. Stephen's Field  TA 24/1-23  1738-1840

CANTERBURY, Kent, Shulford Meadow  TA 25/1  1822

CANTERBURY, Kent, Westgate manor  TA 26/1-90  1581-1860

CANTERBURY, Kent, Westgate manor: gaming rights  TA 27/1-2  1805, 1824

CANTERBURY, Kent, Westgate mills  TA 28/1-18  1730-1799

CANTERBURY, Kent, Westgate rectory  TA 29/1  1840

CANTERBURY, BETHERSDEN etc., Kent, St. Gregory's priory  TA 30/1-18  1624-1800

CHALLOCK, Kent, rectory  TA 31/1-45  1595-1862

CHISLET, Kent, Abbots Salts  TA 32/1-75  1583-1862

CHISLET, Kent, Blean Stroud Leys  TA 33/1-3  1610-1669

CHISLET, Kent, Broad Means  TA 34/1-5  1602-1832

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet manor and rectory  TA 35/1-94  1588-1861

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet manor demesne, 1811, 1818, with waste of the manor  TA 36/1-4  1839

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet manor waste, 'An acre of marshland'  Ta 37/1-5  1787-1818

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet manor waste, tenements  TA 38/1-10  1796-1844

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet Park  TA 39/1-46  1587-1853

CHISLET, Kent, Chislet Salts  TA 40/1-32  1570-1854

CHISLET, Kent, Clipcroft  TA 41-1-23  1598-1846

CHISLET, Kent, Cow Marsh etc., 'Six Parcels of Marsh Ground'  TA 42/1-46  1583-1856

CHISLET, East Marsh  TA 43/1-32  1593-1845

CHISLET, Geldings Pasture  TA 44/1-44  1600-1852

CHISLET, Grants Lays (Leys), 1581-1681, with Blean Stroud Leys  TA 45/1-58  1687-1859

CHISLET, Grants Lays Upland  TA 46/1-50  1600-1854

CHISLET, Hillborough Marsh  TA 47/1-25  1598-1841

CHISLET, Knights Leys  TA 48/1-28  1569-1842

CHISLET, Marsh Row and wasteland  TA 49/1-17  1762-1847

CHISLET, Petfield and Pyges  TA 50/1-29  1597-1852

CHISLET, Roundhill and Treasurers Holt  TA 51/1-13  1581-1804

CHISLET, Salthills  TA 52/1-36  1587-1854

CHISLET, Storne Marsh  TA 53/1-31  1587-1853

CHISLET, Tybalds Marsh  TA 54/1-5  1608-1683

CHISLET, Upstreet, '15 parcels'  TA 55/1-30  1602-1845

CHISLET, Upstreet, tenement  TA 56/1-16  1753-1845

CHISLET and HOATH, Kent, Chislet and Shelvingford manors: gaming rights  TA 57/1  1805

CHISLET and HOATH, Kent, Lords Lands  TA 58/1-16  1721-1856

CHISLET and HOATH, Kent, Shelvingford manor  TA 59/1-62  1585-1860

CHISLET and RECULVER, Petfield Upland, 1609-61, with Tybalds Marsh, 1713-1854.  TA 60/1-35  1609-1854

COLDRED, Kent, manor  TA 61/1-73  1572-1855

COLDRED, Kent, Rectory  TA 62/1-30  1634-1856

COLNE, Lancs., burial ground  TA 63/1  1859

CROYDON, Surrey, tenement near Croydon Palace  TA 64/1  1680

CROYDON, Surrey, Tenements between Middle Street and Butchers Row  TA 65/1-19  1684-1830

CROYDON, Surrey, Broadcombe  TA 66/1-31  1616-1860

CROYDON, Surrey, Broomy Lays  TA 67/1-2  1662-1668

CROYDON, Surrey, Croydon Palace  TA 68/1-23  1781-1808

Contents:
Principally title deeds after the sale of the Palace by Archbishop Cornwallis.

CROYDON, Croydon Park alias Park Hill  TA 69/1-50  1726-1860

CROYDON, Croydon vicarage  TA 70/1-5  1810-1823

Contents:
Including sale of land to Archbishop Manners Sutton

CROYDON, Goathouse  TA 71/1-28  1671-1825

Contents:
With land in Norwood purchased by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1806-8, 1832-60.

CROYDON, Poak Mead  TA 72/1-40  1661-1855

Contents:
Including allotments on Waddon Marsh from 1805.

CROYDON, Reed Close  TA 73/1-10  1661-1764

CROYDON, Selhurst  TA 74/1-36  1575-1858

CROYDON, Shirley, Spring Park Road  TA 75/1-6  1834-1862

Contents:
Including deeds prior to the purchase of the estate by Archbishop Sumner in 1852.

CROYDON, Stubbs Mead  TA 76/1-23  1755-1858

CROYDON, Waddon, tenement  TA 77/1-14  1670-1797

CROYDON, Waddon Clappers  TA 78/1-12  1715-1797

CROYDON, Waddon manor alias Waddon Court Farm  TA 79/1-111  1661-1858

Contents:
Including conveyance of tithe rent charge, under the Tithe Redemption Act.

CROYDON, Waddon Marsh: allotments under the Croydon Enclosure Award  TA 80/1-8  1797, 1809-1816

CROYDON, Waddon mill  TA 81/1-37  1661-1853

DEAL, Kent, (no.1) Beach Street  TA 82/1-20  1679-1832

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.2) Beach Street  TA 83/1-35  1666-1857

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.3) Lower Street  TA 84/1-28  1675-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.4) Lower Street  TA 85/1-8  1775-1809

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.5) Middle Street  TA 86/1-18  1661-1825

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.6) Market Street  TA 87/1-19  1787-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.7) Chapel Street  TA 88/1-12  1787-1823

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.8) Middle Street  TA 89/1-17  1665-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.9) Primrose Court  TA 90/1-25  1728-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.10) Beach Street  TA 91/1-20  1749-1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Kent, (no.11) South Street  TA 92/1-57  1673-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.12) Beach Street  TA 93/1-18  1672-1811

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.13) Lower Street  TA 94/1-17  1721-1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.14) South Street, Walmer Castle Inn  TA 95/1-26  1675-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.15) Custom House Lane  TA 96/1-15  1674-1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.16) [Market Street]  TA 97/1-12  1720-95

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.17) Lower Street  TA 98/1-36  1682-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.18) Lower Street  TA 99/1-24  1679-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.19) Middle Street  TA 100/1-29  1735-1859

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.20) Beach Street  TA 101/1-25  1740-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.21) Lower Street  TA 102/1-25  1680-1848

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.22) Lower Street, Custom House  TA 103/1-28  1680-1843

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.23) Lower Street, Greyhound  TA 104/1-29  1679-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.24) Beach Street  TA 105/1-27  1732-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.25) Lower Street  TA 106/1-32  1673-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.26) Crown Court  TA 107/1-15  1720-1822

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.27) Middle Street  TA 108/1-23  1679-1795

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.28) Short Street  TA 109/1-15  1801-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.29) South Street  TA 110/1-14  1673-1795

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.30) Broad Street  TA 111/1-27  1735-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.31) Jews Harp Alley  TA 112/1-21  1738-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.32) Middle Street  TA 113/1-16  1679-1815

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.33) Beach Street  TA 114/1-21  1736-1836

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.34) Custom House Lane  TA 115/1-16  1661-1801

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.35) Broad Street  TA 116/1-6  1787-1801

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.36) Beach Street  TA 117/1-26  1673-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.37) Beach Street, Lord Keith Public House (part)  TA 118/1-14  1680-1823

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.38) Beach Street  TA 119/1-22  1679-1801

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.39) Beach Street, Swan  TA 120/1-39  1681-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.40) Beach Street  TA 121/1-29  1661-1840

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.41) King Street  TA 122/1-23  1673-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.42) Lower Street  TA 123/1-35  1676-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.43) Middle Street  TA 124/1-20  1735-1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.44) Lower Street  TA 125/1-32  1680-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.45) Beach Street  TA 126/1-21  1665-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.46) Lower Street  TA 127/1-24  1674-1848

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.47) Middle Street  TA 128/1-16  1732-1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.48) Lower Street  TA 129/1-24  1679-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.49) Lower Street  TA 130/1-20  1679-1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.50) Middle Street  TA 131/1-27  1679-1848

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.51) Custom House Lane  TA 132/1-14  1680-1801

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.52) Beach Street, Row Barge/Fountain Public House  TA 133/1-29  1661-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.53) Beach Street, King's Head  TA 134/1-24  1670-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.54) Beach Street  TA 135/1-26  1661-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.55) Middle Street  TA 136/1-20  1776-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.56) Beach Street  TA 137/1-26  1680-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.57) Market Street  TA 138/1-11  1787-1859

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.58) Market Street  TA 139/1-31  1680-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.59) Lower Street, Black Horse  TA 140/1-27  1735-1851

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.60) [near Beach Street]  TA 141/1-6  1787-1802

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.61) Middle Street  TA 142/1-21  1675-1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.62) Middle Street  TA 143/1-13  1661-1801

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.63) Middle Street  TA 144/1-30  1679-1841

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.64) Middle Street  TA 145/1-25  1679-1859

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DEAL, (no.65) Lower Street  TA 146/1-27  1734-1851

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DEAL, (no.66) Beach Street  TA 147/1-24  1728-1825

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DEAL, (no. 67) Beach Street  TA 148/1-12  1679-1801

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DEAL, (no. 68) Beach Street  TA 149/1-29  1661-1845

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DEAL, (no. 69) Middle Street  TA 150/1-15  1676-1801

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DEAL, (no. 70) Beach Street  TA 151/1-19  1787-1851

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DEAL, (no. 71) Chapel Street  TA 152/1-8  1787-1808

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DEAL, (no. 72) Middle Street  TA 153/1-26  1736-1852

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DEAL, (no. 73) Lower Street  TA 154/1-25  1724-1850

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DEAL, (no. 74) Custom House Lane  TA 155/1-8  1787-1808

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DEAL, (no. 75) Beach Street  TA 156/1-25  1672-1853

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DEAL, (no. 76) Primrose Court  TA 157/1-21  1667-1837

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DEAL, (no. 77) Beach and Middle Streets  TA 158/1-31  1720-1851

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DEAL, (no. 78) Lower Street  TA 159/1-30  1667-1852

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DEAL, (no. 79) Custom House Lane  TA 160/1-12  1769-1837

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DEAL, (no. 80) Lower Street  TA 161/1-13  1720-1801

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DEAL, (no. 81) Middle Street  TA 162/1-30  1680-1852

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DEAL, (no. 82) Lower Street  TA 163/1-31  1682-1847

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DEAL, (no. 83) Beach Street  TA 164/1-26  1676-1853

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DEAL, (no. 84) Beach Street, East India Arms  TA 165/1-19  1787-1851

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DEAL, (no. 85) Middle Street, Deal Charity School  TA 166/1-36  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 86) Beach Street  TA 167/1-23  1679-1831

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DEAL, (no. 87) Lower Street  TA 168/1-19  1787-1854

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DEAL, (no. 88) Beach Street  TA 169/1-30  1720-1840

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DEAL, (no. 89) [near Custom House Lane]  TA 170/1-8  1767-1795

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DEAL, (no. 90) Beach Street  TA 171/1-12  1787-1837

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DEAL, (no. 91) Beach Street  TA 172/1-19  1720-1835

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DEAL, (no. 92) Beach Street, Lord Keith Public House  TA 173/1-26  1680-1851

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DEAL, (no. 93) Broad Street, Black Horse  TA 174/1-27  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 94) Middle Street  TA 175/1-18  1730-1815

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DEAL, (no. 95) Beach Street  TA 176/1-15  1673-1816

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DEAL, (no. 96) Beach Street  TA 177/1-11  1735-1802

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DEAL, (no. 97) Middle Street  TA 178/1-19  1720-1823

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DEAL, (no. 98) Middle Street  TA 179/1-24  1673-1851

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DEAL, (no. 99) Beach Street  TA 180/1-16  1675-1802

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DEAL, (no. 100) Middle Street, Sampson/Three Cups  TA 181/1-15  1679-1801

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DEAL, (no. 101) Custom House Lane  TA 182/1-15  1681-1802

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DEAL, (no. 102) Middle Street  TA 183/1-11  1769-1815

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DEAL, (no. 103) King Street  TA 184/1-18  1732-1847

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DEAL, (no. 104) Middle Street  TA 185/1-8  1802-1841

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DEAL, (no. 105) Middle Street  TA 186/1-14  1679-1795

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DEAL, (no. 106) King Street  TA 187/1-22  1665-1825

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DEAL, (no. 107) Chapel Street  TA 188/1-6  1787-1846

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DEAL, (no. 108) Jews Harp Alley  TA 189/1-14  1787-1851

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DEAL, (no. 109) Middle Street  TA 190/1-7  1788-1847

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DEAL, (no. 110) Chapel Street  TA 191/1-12  1787-1823

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DEAL, (no. 111) Middle Street  TA 192/1-27  1674-1850

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DEAL, (no. 112) Jews Harp Alley  TA 193/1-25  1720-1843

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DEAL, (no. 113) Lower Street  TA 194/1-8  1776-1801

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DEAL, (no. 114) Broad Street  TA 195/1-25  1730-1846

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DEAL, (no. 115) Beach Street  TA 196/1-25  1728-1853

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DEAL, (no. 116) Jews Harp Alley  TA 197/1-17  1722-1853

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DEAL, (no. 117) Lower and Beach Streets  TA 198/1-23  1679-1822

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DEAL, (no. 118) Middle Street  TA 199/1-20  1772-1847

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DEAL, (no. 119) Beach Street  TA 200/1-17  1772-1833

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DEAL, (no. 120) Beach Street  TA 201/1-36  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 121) Beach Street, Three Roebucks/Sun  TA 202/1-28  1734-1851

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DEAL, (no. 122) Five Step Alley  TA 203/1-23  1720-1815

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DEAL, (no. 123) Middle Street  TA 204/1-23  1734-1854

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DEAL, (no. 124) Custom House Lane and Beach Street  TA 205/1-21  1722-1848

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DEAL, (no. 125) Crown Court  TA 206/1-12  1673-1804

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DEAL, (no. 126) Beach Street  TA 207/1-30  1661-1854

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DEAL, (no. 127) Beach Street  TA 208/1-28  1709-1854

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DEAL, (no. 128) Lower Street  TA 209/1-29  1736-1854

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DEAL, (no. 129) Beach Street  TA 210/1-19  1720-1832

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DEAL, (no. 130) Chapel Street  TA 211/1-6  1787-1801

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DEAL, (no. 131) Short Street  TA 212/1-13  1734-1811

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DEAL, (no. 132) Middle Street  TA 213/1-19  1662-1808

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DEAL, (no. 133) Beach Street, Three Kings Tap  TA 214/1-8  1783-1808

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DEAL, (no. 134) Beach Street  TA 215/1-13  1720-1801

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DEAL, (no. 135) Short Street, Dukes Head/Lord Nelson  TA 216/1-28  1661-1853

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DEAL, (no. 136) Beach Street  TA 217/1-30  1679-1856

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DEAL, (no. 137) Beach Street  TA 218/1-45  1736-1854

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DEAL, (no. 138) Beach Street  TA 219/1-17  1737-1802

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DEAL, (no. 139) King Street  TA 220/1-19  1767-1848

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DEAL, (no. 140) Beach Street, Amsterdam  TA 221/1-23  1680-1837

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DEAL, (no. 141) Chapel Street  TA 222/1-5  1787-1801

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DEAL, (no. 142) Beach Street  TA 223/1-14  1730-1801

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DEAL, (no. 143) Broad Street, The Sovereign  TA 224/1-18  1675-1829

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DEAL, (no. 144) Beach Street  TA 225/1-18  1720-1829

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DEAL, (no. 145) Beach Street  TA 226/1-6  1791-1801

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DEAL, (no. 146) Beach Street, The Three Kings  TA 227/1-28  1661-1838

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DEAL, (no. 147) Beach Street  TA 228/1-19  1679-1833

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DEAL, (no. 148) [Jews Harp Alley]  TA 229/1-13  1681-1795

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DEAL, (no. 149) King Street  TA 230/1-12  1720-1795

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DEAL, (no. 150) Beach Street  TA 231/1-21  1722-1832

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DEAL, (no. 151) Broad Street  TA 232/1-29  1721-1851

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DEAL, (no. 152) Middle Street, The White Horse  TA 233/1-20  1679-1795

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DEAL, (no. 153) Short Street  TA 234/1-18  1661-1831

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DEAL, (no. 154) Beach Street  TA 235/1-13  1795-1848

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DEAL, (no. 155) Beach Street, The Bell  TA 236/1-27  1680-1851

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DEAL, (no. 156) Lower and Oak Streets  TA 237/1-28  1686-1851

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DEAL, (no. 157) Middle Street  TA 238/1-16  1679-1801

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DEAL, (no. 158) Middle Street  TA 239/1-19  1774-1847

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DEAL, (no. 159) Middle Street  TA 240/1-24  1667-1836

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DEAL, (no. 160) Lower and Oak Streets  TA 241/1-21  1781-1847

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DEAL, (no. 161) Chapel Street  TA 242/1-13  1787-1814

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DEAL, (no. 162) Chapel Street  TA 243/1-19  1681-1801

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DEAL, (no. 163) Market Street  TA 244/1-15  1661-1843

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DEAL, (no. 164) Jews Harp Alley  TA 245/1-16  1787-1859

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DEAL, (no. 165) King Street  TA 246/1-15  1787-1851

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DEAL, (no. 166) Beach Street  TA 247/1-21  1679-1831

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DEAL, (no. 167) Lower Street  TA 248/1-21  1680-1822

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DEAL, (no. 168) Short Street  TA 249/1-10  1669-1795

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DEAL, (no. 169) Beach Street  TA 250/1-22  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 170) Oak Street  TA 251/1-20  1661-1815

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DEAL, (no. 171) Oak Street  TA 252/1-11  1732-1801

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DEAL, (no. 172) Beach Street  TA 253/1-28  1661-1853

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DEAL, (no. 173) Beach Street  TA 254/1-25  1679-1836

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DEAL, (no. 174) Lower Street  TA 255/1-24  1735-1854

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DEAL, (no. 175) Middle Street  TA 256/1-16  1674-1818

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DEAL, (no. 176) King Street  TA 257/1-15  1680-1801

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DEAL, (no. 177) Beach Street  TA 258/1-27  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 178) Beach Street  TA 259/1-16  1728-1808

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DEAL, (no. 179) Middle Street  TA 260/1-8  1788-1809

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DEAL, (no. 180) Beach Street  TA 261/1-27  1680-1844

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DEAL, (no. 181) Coach Yard  TA 262/1-6  1795-1854

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DEAL, (no. 182) Market Street  TA 263/1-19  1679-1851

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DEAL, (no. 183) Windmill  TA 264/1-6  1751-1846

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DEAL, (no. 184) Oak Street  TA 265/1-20  1679-1836

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DEAL, (no. 185) Middle Street  TA 266/1-12  1681-1801

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DEAL, (no. 186) [Primrose Court]  TA 267/1-13  1664-1795

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DEAL, (no. 187) Middle Street  TA 268/1-27  1680-1840

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DEAL, (no. 188) Oak Street  TA 269/1-14  1720-1801

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DEAL, (no. 189) Oak Street  TA 270/1-19  1732-1854

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DEAL, (no. 190) [South Street]  TA 271/1-14  1675-1802

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DEAL, (no. 191) Custom House Lane  TA 272/1-13  1724-1803

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DEAL, (no. 192) Middle Street  TA 273/1-36  1671-1854

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DEAL, (no. 193) Market Street  TA 274/1-12  1722-1796

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DEAL, (no. 194) Chapel Street  TA 275/1-18  1679-1803

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DEAL, (no. 195) Beach Street, Globe  TA 276/1-30  1674-1853

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DEAL, (no. 196) Beach Street, Pelican/Fleece/Prince of Orange/Fountain  TA 277/1-25  1661-1838

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DEAL, (no. 197) Beach Street, Red Lion/Deal Shallop/Blue Bell/Royal Oak  TA 278/1-28  1737-1853

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DEAL, (no. 198) Market Place, Providence/Fleur de Luce  TA 279/1-23  1720-1854

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DEAL, (no. 199) Beach Street, Port Arms  TA 280/1-30  1672-1853

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DEAL, (no. 200) Lower Street, Three Compasses/New Inn  TA 281/1-32  1661-1853

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DEAL, (no. 201) Beach Street  TA 282/1-24  1722-1854

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DEAL, (no. 202) Middle Street  TA 283/1-28  1661-1851

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DEAL, (no. 203) Middle Street  TA 284/1-7  1797-1848

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DEAL, (no. 204) Middle Street  TA 285/1-14  1797-1844

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DEAL, (no. 205) Beach Street  TA 286/1-25  1680-1848

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DEAL, (no. 206) Custom House Lane  TA 287/1-23  1679-1854

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DEAL, (no. 207) Jews Harp Alley  TA 288/1-23  1680-1832

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DEAL, (no. 208) Jews Harp Alley  TA 289/1-11  1686-1811

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DEAL, (no. 209) Broad and Lower Streets  TA 290/1-13  1661-1804

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DEAL, (no. 210) Oak Street  TA 291/1-15  1676-1797

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DEAL, (no. 211) Lower Street, Town Hall/Market Place/jail  TA 292/1-20  1768-1847

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DEAL, (no. 212) Beach Street  TA 293/1-16  1674-1847

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DEAL, (no. 213) Beach Street  TA 294/1-23  1728-1848

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DEAL, (no. 214) Middle and Lower Streets  TA 295/1-27  1720-1854

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DEAL, (no. 215) Middle Street  TA 296/1-16  1797-1854

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DEAL, (no. 216) Oak Street  TA 297/1-2  1797

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DEAL, (no. 217) King Street  TA 298/1-16  1661-1811

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DEAL, (no. 218) Custom House Lane  TA 299/1-16  1679-1811

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DEAL, (no. 219) Middle Street  TA 300/1-13  1783-1825

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DEAL, (no. 220) Middle Street  TA 301/1-11  1720-1798

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DEAL, (no. 221) Middle Street  TA 302/1-14  1667-1798

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DEAL, (no. 222) Middle Street  TA 303/1-9  1798-1852

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DEAL, (no. 223) Five Step Alley  TA 304/1-18  1738-1854

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DEAL, (no. 224) Middle Street  TA 305/1-19  1679-1819

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DEAL, (no. 225) Broad Street, Bull's Head  TA 306/1-24  1730-1848

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DEAL, (no. 226) Beach Street  TA 307/1-26  1680-1849

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DEAL, (no. 227) Beach Street  TA 308/1-16  1675-1852

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DEAL, (no. 228) Beach Street, Custom House Watchhouse  TA 309/1-21  1661-1831

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DEAL, (no. 229) Market Street  TA 310/1-20  1722-1826

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DEAL, (no. 230) The Slade  TA 311/1-16  1791, 1798

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DEAL, (no. 231) Court Marsh  TA 312/1-16  1791-1841

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DEAL, (no. 232) The Slade  TA 313/1-10  1791-1805

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DEAL, (no. 233) The Slade  TA 314/1-4  1791, 1798

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DEAL, (no. 234) Pound Lane, Pound House  TA 315/1-18  1791-1850

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DEAL, (no. 235) The Slade  TA 316/1-16  1791-1851

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DEAL, (no. 236) Court Marsh  TA 317/1-4  1791, 1798

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DEAL, (no. 237) Prospect Place  TA 318/1-15  1798-1850

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DEAL, (no. 238) The Outgrounds  TA 319/1-5  1791-1805

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DEAL, (no. 239) The Slade  TA 320/1-7  1791-1809

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DEAL, (no. 240) Prospect Place  TA 321/1-13  1791-1851

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DEAL, (no. 241) Alfred Square  TA 322/1-10  1791-1859

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DEAL, (no. 242) Prospect Place  TA 323/1-12  1791-1826

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DEAL, (no. 243) Prospect Place  TA 324/1-4  1798-1812

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DEAL, (no. 244) Alfred Square  TA 325/1-15  1791-1849

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DEAL, (no. 245) The Slade  TA 326/1-18  1791-1851

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DEAL, (no. 246) The Outgrounds  TA 327/1-16  1791-1848

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DEAL, (no. 247) Sandy Lane  TA 328/1-9  1791-1852

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DEAL, (no. 248) The Slade  TA 329/1-17  1791-1851

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DEAL, (no. 249) Alfred Square  TA 330/1-8  1791-1812

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DEAL, (no. 250) Alfred Square  TA 331/1-5  1791-1846

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DEAL, (no. 251) The Slade  TA 332/1-4  1791, 1798

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DEAL, (no. 252) The Slade  TA 333/1-9  1812-1854

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DEAL, (no. 253) The Slade  TA 334/1-6  1791-1826

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DEAL, (no. 254) The Slade  TA 335/1-17  1791-1852

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DEAL, (no. 255) Prospect Place  TA 336/1-15  1791-1853

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DEAL, (no. 256) Alfred Square  TA 337/1-17  1791-1853

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DEAL, (no. 257) Alfred Square  TA 338/1-4  1791, 1799

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DEAL, (no. 258) King Street  TA 339/1-8  1800-1832

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DEAL, (no. 259) King Street  TA 340/1-10  1680-1783

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DEAL, (no. 260) Jews Harp Alley  TA 341/1-12  1778-1859

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DEAL, (no. 261) Beach Street  TA 342/1-9  1680-1801

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DEAL, (no. 262) Lower Street  TA 343/1-15  1788-1850

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DEAL, (no. 263) Broad and Middle Streets  TA 344/1-23  1680-1838

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DEAL, (no. 264) Broad Street  TA 345/1-19  1679-1828

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DEAL, (no. 265) Bowles Alley  TA 346/1-6  1800-1815

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DEAL, (no. 266) Bowles Alley, Quaker Meeting House  TA 347/1-8  1720-1805

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DEAL, (no. 267) Middle Street  TA 348/1-5  1801-1830

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DEAL, (no. 268) The Slade  TA 349/1-7  1791-1840

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DEAL, (no. 269) Lower Street  TA 350/1-8  1802-1837

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DEAL, (no. 270) Lower Street  TA 351/1-4  1801, 1818

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DEAL, (no. 271) Middle Street  TA 352/1-9  1801-1859

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DEAL, (no. 272) Middle Street  TA 353/1-12  1661-1801

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DEAL, (no. 273) South Street  TA 354/1-20  1675-1851

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DEAL, (no. 274) Broad Street, Three Horseshoes  TA 355/1-15  1680-1801

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DEAL, (no. 275) Middle Street  TA 356/1-8  1801-1822

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DEAL, (no. 276) Broad Street, Fairfax Tavern  TA 357/1-24  1680-1852

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DEAL, (no. 277) Middle Street, Bluebore  TA 358/1-12  1661-1790

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DEAL, (no. 278) Beach Street  TA 359/1-19  1720-1848

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DEAL, (no. 279) Middle Street  TA 360/1  1801

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DEAL, (no. 281) Beach Street  TA 361/1-5  1801-1819

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DEAL, (no. 282) Jews Harp Alley  TA 362/1-4  1801, 1808

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DEAL, (no. 283) Beach Street  TA 363/1-4  1801, 1808

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DEAL, (no. 284) Middle Street  TA 364/1-2  1801

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DEAL, (no. 285) Middle Street  TA 365/1  1801

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DEAL, (no. 286) Beach Street  TA 366/1-6  1801-1833

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DEAL, (no. 287) The Good Intent Public House  TA 367/1-17  1791-1853

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DEAL, (no. 288) The Slade  TA 368/1-20  1791-1854

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DEAL, (no. 289) The Slade  TA 369/1-16  1791-1851

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DEAL, (no. 290) The Slade  TA 371/1-7  1791-1845

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DEAL, (no. 291) Middle Street  TA 371/1-5  1787-1826

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DEAL, (no. 292) Beach Street  TA 372/1-5  1801-1852

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DEAL, (no. 293) Short Street  TA 373/1-16  1722-1808

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DEAL, (no. 294) Middle Street  TA 374/1-8  1795-1815

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DEAL, (no. 295) Beach Street  TA 375/1-24  1680-1851

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DEAL, (no. 296) South Street  TA 376/1-2  1801, 1851

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DEAL, (no. 297) Oak Street  TA 377/1-7  1787-1818

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DEAL, (no. 298) Oak Street  TA 378/1  1802

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DEAL, (no. 299) Beach Street, Plume of Feathers  TA 379/1-26  1680-1851

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DEAL, (no. 300) Beach Street  TA 380/1-19  1665-1839

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DEAL, (no. 301) The Slade  TA 381/1-4  1802-1834

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DEAL, (no. 302) Middle Street  TA 382/1-11  1679-1801

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DEAL, (no. 303) Beach Street  TA 383/1-18  1730-1824

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DEAL, (no. 304) Beach Street  TA 384/1-25  1753-1859

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DEAL, (no. 305) Beach Street  TA 385/1-3  1801, 1851

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DEAL, (no. 306) Middle Street  TA 386/1-6  1801-1815

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DEAL, (no. 307) Court Marsh  TA 387/1-10  1791-1828

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DEAL, (no. 308) The Slade  TA 388/1-10  1791-1853

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DEAL, (no. 309) The Slade  TA 389/1-4  1802, 1809

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DEAL, (no. 311) Middle Street  TA 390/1-12  1720-1790

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DEAL, (no. 312) Jews Harp Alley  TA 391/1-5  1802-1835

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DEAL, (no. 313) South Street, Walmer Castle Inn  TA 392/1-2  1802, 1809

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DEAL, (no. 314) near Deal Castle  TA 393/1-2  1802

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DEAL, (no. 315) Beach Street  TA 394/1-13  1802-1848

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DEAL, (no. 316) Beach Street  TA 395/1-8  1802-1823

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DEAL, (no. 317) Prospect Place  TA 396/1-18  1791-1853

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DEAL, (no. 318) Prospect Place  TA 397/1-15  1803-1853

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DEAL, (no. 319) Prospect Place  TA 398/1-10  1803-1837

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DEAL, (no. 320) Prospect Place  TA 399/1-15  1803-1854

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DEAL, (no. 321) Prospect Place  TA 400/1-9  1803-1854

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DEAL, (no. 323) Prospect Place, Deal Castle Public House  TA 401/1-14  1803-1854

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DEAL, (no. 324) Prospect Place  TA 402/1-24  1803-1853

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DEAL, (no. 325) Prospect Place  TA 403/1  1846

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DEAL, (no. 326) Prospect Place  TA 404/1  1848

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DEAL, (no. 327) Prospect Place  TA 405/1-13  1803-1851

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DEAL, (no. 328) Prospect Place  TA 406/1-13  1803-1853

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DEAL, (no. 329) Prospect Place  TA 407/1-6  1803-1823

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DEAL, (no. 330) Prospect Place  TA 408/1-7  1803-1847

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DEAL, (no. 331) Prospect Place  TA 409/1-5  1803-1851

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DEAL, (no. 333) Prospect Place  TA 410/1-8  1803-1832

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DEAL, (no. 334) South end of Deal  TA 411/1-5  1803-1818

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DEAL, (no. 335) Beach Street  TA 412/1-15  1803-1854

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DEAL, (no. 336) Lower Street  TA 413/1-15  1790-1849

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DEAL, (no. 337) Prospect Place  TA 414/1-15  1803-1853

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DEAL, (no. 339) Prospect Place and Corner Row  TA 415/1-18  1803-1854

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DEAL, (no. 340) Lower Street  TA 416/1-15  1803-1853

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DEAL, (no. 341) Middle Street, Bull's Head  TA 417/1-4  1803,1810

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DEAL, (no. 342) Jews Harp Alley  TA 418/1-6  1801-1840

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DEAL, (no. 343) Beach Street  TA 419/1-21  1683-1831

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DEAL, (no. 344) Oak Street  TA 420/1-10  1804-1853

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DEAL, (no. 345) Oak Street  TA 421/1-8  1804-1826

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DEAL, (no. 346) Broad Street  TA 422/1-15  1804-1859

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DEAL, (no. 347) Custom House Lane  TA 423/1-8  1804-1852

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DEAL, (no. 348) Beach Street  TA 424/1-6  1767-1804

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DEAL, (no. 349) Broad Street  TA 425/1-11  1764-1836

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DEAL, (no.350) Oak Street  TA 426/1-11  1676-1787

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DEAL, (no.351) Middle Street  TA 427/1-13  1682-1814

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DEAL, (no.352) Middle Street  TA 428/1-15  1681-1787

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DEAL, (no.353) Market Street  TA 429/1-4  1783, 1790

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DEAL, (no.354) Middle Street  TA 430/1-12  1661-1859

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DEAL, (no.355) Middle Street  TA 431/1-9  1720-1787

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DEAL, (no.356) Middle Street  TA 432/1-12  1667-1787

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DEAL, (no.357) Broad Street  TA 433/1-11  1805-1849

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DEAL, (no.358) Beach Street  TA 434/1-23  1736-1849

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DEAL, (no.359) Middle Street  TA 435/1-12  1665-1787

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DEAL, (no.360) Deal Naval Yard and storehouses  TA 436/1-24  1722-1812

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DEAL, (no.363) The Slade  TA 437/1-2  1809, 1846

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DEAL, (no. 64) The Slade  TA 438/1-13  1805-1850

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DEAL, (no.365) Deal Prebend manor  TA 439/1-37  1585-1859

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DEAL, (no.366) Middle Street  TA 440/1-12  1679-1787

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DEAL, (no.367) Sandy Lane  TA 441/1-9  1791-1826

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DEAL, (no.368) The Slade  TA 442/1-2  1791

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DEAL, (no.370) Dibham Barn Field  TA 443/1-13  1805-1848

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DEAL, (no.371) Court Marsh  TA 444/1-15  1805-1859

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DEAL, (no.372) Sandy Lane  TA 445/1-8  1805-1828

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DEAL, (no.373) Court Field  TA 446/1-5  1805-1860

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DEAL, (no.375) South Street  TA 447/1  1805

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DEAL, (no.376) The Valley  TA 448/1  1805

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DEAL, (no.377) Court Marsh  TA 449/1-10  1805-1833

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DEAL, (no.378) Sandy Lane  TA 450/1-15  1805-1859

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DEAL, (no.379) Court Field  TA 451/1-5  1805-1852

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DEAL, (no.380) Sandy Lane  TA 452/1-9  1805-1848

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DEAL, (no.381) Court Marsh  TA 453/1-6  1805-1819

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DEAL, (no.382) South Street  TA 454/1  1805

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DEAL, (no.383) Sandy Lane  TA 455/1-12  1805-1848

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DEAL, (no.385) Middle Street  TA 456/1-6  1805-1819

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DEAL, (no.386) Court Marsh  TA 457/1-4  1805, 1819

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DEAL, (no.387) North Row  TA 458/1-11  1807-1848

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DEAL, (no.388) North Row  TA 459/1-11  1807-1850

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DEAL, (no.389) North Row  TA 460/1-5  1807-1823

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DEAL, (no.390) Middle Street  TA 461/1-3  1807, 1814

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DEAL, (no.391) The Slade  TA 462/1-3  1807, 1814

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DEAL, (no.392) Custom House Lane  TA 463/1-6  1808-1823

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DEAL, (no.393) Lower Street  TA 464/1-6  1808-1822

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DEAL, (no.394) Lower Street  TA 465/1-12  1808-1844

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DEAL, (no.395) Jews Harp Alley  TA 466/1-6  1808-1822

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DEAL, (no.396) Beach Street  TA 467/1-2  1808

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DEAL, (no.397) Beach Street  TA 468/1-2  1814

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DEAL, (no.400) Jews Harp Alley  TA 469/1-2  1808

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DEAL, (no.401) Custom House Lane  TA 470/1  1808

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DEAL, (no.403) Lower Street  TA 471/1-13  1808-1851

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DEAL, (no.404) Beach Street  TA 472/1-2  1808

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DEAL, (no.405) Beach Street  TA 473/1-4  1809, 1821

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DEAL, (no.407) British Tar Lane  TA 474/1  1816

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DEAL, (no.410) North Street  TA 475/1-11  1809-1854

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DEAL, (no.411) North Street  TA 476/1-6  1809-1843

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DEAL, (no.414) North Street  TA 477/1  1846

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DEAL, (no.416) Beach Street  TA 478/1-8  1809-1838

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DEAL, (no.420) Beach Street  TA 479/1-5  1809-1817

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DEAL, (no.421) Beach Street  TA 480/1  1809

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DEAL, (no.422) Beach Street  TA 481/1-13  1809-1851

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DEAL, (no.423) Middle Street  TA 482/1-7  1809-1853

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DEAL, (no.424) Beach Street  TA 483/1-9  1809-1849

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DEAL, (no.425) Beach Street  TA 484/1-13  1809-1852

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DEAL, (no.426) Beach Street  TA 485/1-11  1809-1851

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DEAL, (no.427) Beach Street  TA 486/1-13  1809-1852

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DEAL, (no.428) North end of Deal  TA 487/1-13  1809-1852

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DEAL, (no.429) Beach Street  TA 488/1  1859

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DEAL, (no.430) Beach Street  TA 489/1-4  1809, 1816

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DEAL, (no.431) Beach Street  TA 490/1-11  1816-1845

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DEAL, (no.432) Middle Street  TA 491/1-12  1809-1853

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DEAL, (no.433) Beach Street  TA 492/1  1809

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DEAL, (no.434) Beach Street  TA 493/1-10  1809-1853

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DEAL, (no.436) Beach Street  TA 491/1-2  1809

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DEAL, (no.437) Beach Street  TA 495/1-4  1809, 1838

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DEAL, (no.438) Beach Street  TA 496/1-4  1809, 1819

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DEAL, (no.439) British Tar/Queen's Head  TA 497/1-13  1810-1853

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DEAL, (no.440) Jews Harp Alley  TA 498/1-4  1812, 1847

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DEAL, (no.441) Crown Court  TA 499/1-2  1812

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DEAL, (no.443) Beach Street  TA 500/1-4  1809, 1816

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DEAL, (no.444) Ropewalk  TA 501/1  1846

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DEAL, (no.447) Prospect Place  TA 502/1-15  1810-1848

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DEAL, (no.448) Court Marsh  TA 503/1-11  1812-1848

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DEAL, (no.449) Meadow  TA 504/1-11  1812-1848

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DEAL, (no.450) Arable  TA 505/1-15  1812-1859

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DEAL, (no.451) Beach Street  TA 506/1-6  1811-1854

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DEAL, (no.452) Deal Manor House  TA 507/1-20  1812-1853

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DEAL, (no.453) Meadow  TA 508/1-12  1812-1848

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DEAL, (no.454) Alfred Square  TA 509/1-10  1812-1848

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DEAL, (no.455) Beach Street, South Foreland Public House  TA 510/1-12  1812-1860

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DEAL, (no.456) Arable  TA 511/1-13  1812-1859

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.457) Arable  TA 512/1-5  1812-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.458) Sandy Lane  TA 513/1-8  1812-1833

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.459) Court Field  TA 514/1-4  1812, 1819

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.460) Court Field  TA 515/1-12  1815-1859

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.461) King Street  TA 516/1-4  1815, 1822

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.462) Court Field  TA 517/1-11  1815-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.463) Lower Street  TA 518/1-18  1815-1836

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.464) Court Marsh  TA 519/1-2  1815

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.465) Cottage Row  TA 520/1-8  1817-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.466) Lower Street  TA 521/1-9  1817-1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.467) Prospect Place  TA 522/1-11  1817-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.469) Prospect Place  TA 523/1-4  1817, 1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.472) Cottage Row  TA 524/1-4  1817, 1825

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.473) Cottage Row  TA 525/1-4  1818, 1825

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.474) North end of Deal, Blacksmith's forge  TA 526/1-11  1818-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.475) Oak Street  TA 527/1  1847

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.476) Cottage Row  TA 528/1-5  1818-1832

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.481) Cottage Row  TA 529/1-9  1819-1848

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.482) North end of Deal, Herring Hang  TA 530/1-4  1819, 1839

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.483) Court Marsh  TA 531/1-4  1820, 1827

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.486) Middle Street  TA 532/1-2  1822

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.487) Lower Street  TA 533/1-7  1822-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.488) Lower Street  TA 534/1-9  1823-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.489) Lower Street  TA 535/1-6  1824-1837

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.490) Dover Road  TA 536/1-9  1824-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.492) Middle Street  TA 537/1-7  1824-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.493) Lower Street  TA 538/1-2  1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.494) North end of Deal  TA 539/1  1846

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.495) Beach Street  TA 540/1-2  1824

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.496) Cottage Row  TA 541/1-7  1824-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.499) Alfred Square  TA 542/1-7  1827-1849

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.500) Beach Street  TA 543/1-2  1829

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.501) Prospect Place  TA 544/1-7  1830-1854

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.502) Beach Street  TA 545/1-4  1832, 1840

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.503) Prospect Place  TA 546/1-6  1831-1846

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.504) Middle Street  TA 547/1-5  1837-1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.505) Beach Street  TA 548/1-2  1837

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.506) Cottage Row  TA 549/1-5  1838-1853

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.508) Beach Street  TA 550/1-2  1839

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.509) Lower Street  TA 551/1-3  1844, 1852

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.510) Lower Street  TA 552/1-2  1844

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, (no.513) Alfred Square  TA 553/1  1849

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Beach Street  TA 554/1-8  1722-1740

Contents:
Bracketed number refers to the 19th century rentals

DEAL, Broad Street, near The Blackhorse  TA 555/1-4  1670-1739

DEAL, Plots and tenements not identified with the numerical sequence  TA 556/1-30  1661-1853

DOVER, Kent, Bellasise  TA 557/1-26  1633-1851

DOVER, Kent, Buckland: Buckland rectory  TA 558/1-40  1633-1862

DOVER, Kent, Dudmanscombe manor  TA 559/1-16  1661-1799

DOVER, Kent, Buckland and Charlton: mills  TA 560/1-14  1662-1799

DOVER, Kent, Dover Priory: lands and tenements  TA 561/1-123  1790-1857

Contents:
Including development of Biggin Street, Priory Place, Trafalgar Place, Victoria Crescent and Road.

DOVER, Kent, Dover Priory: stable and garden  TA 562/1-15  1720-1799

DOVER, Kent, Dover Priory Precincts alias Dover Priory Farm  TA 563/1-98  1699-1861

Contents:
Including development of Effingham Crescent and Lane, Norman Terrace, Priory Place, Saxon Street.

DOVER, Dover Priory Remains  TA 564/1-37  1709-1861

DOVER, Great Meadow  TA 565/1-17  1664-1799

DOVER and GUSTON, Kent, Barton Farm  TA 566/1-41  1633-1860

DUNKIRK, Kent, North Bishopsden  TA 567/1  1663

FOLKESTONE, Kent, Abbots Cliffe  TA 568/1-2  1791-1833

FOLKESTONE, Kent, Folkestone rectory  TA 569/1-19  1585-1800

GRAVENEY, Kent, rectory  TA 570/1-25  1596-1842

GUSTON, Kent, Frith manor  TA 571/1-18  1661-1839

GUSTON, Kent, Guston manor and parsonage  TA 572/1-44  1661-1858

Contents:
Including land in Dover, toft in Deal and land in East Langdon.

GUSTON and EAST LANGDON, Kent, Pising manor  TA 573/1-15  1603-1827

HARBLEDOWN, Kent, Poldhurst tithery  TA 574/1-14  1793-1854

HASTINGLEIGH, Kent, pastures  TA 575/I-3  1614, 1661

HAWKINGE, Kent, Flegis Court  TA 576/1-28  1680-1852

HERNHILL, Kent, rectory  TA 577/1-54  1593-1858

HOUGHAM, Kent, Farthingloe manor and Hougham rectory  TA 578/1-140  1662-1861

Siberston tithes  TA 579/1-29  1661-1856

KENNINGTON, Kent, rectory  TA 580/1-27  1716-1855

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bishop's Acre  TA 581/1-25  1694-1841

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bishop's Walk: Bargehouse  TA 582/1-24  1673-1851

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouse  TA 583/1-15  1719-1823

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouses: Admiralty's, Navy's and Stationers'  TA 584/1-37  1661-1857

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouse: Armourers'  TA 585/1-16  1661-1823

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouses: Barbers' and Chirurgeons'/Drapers'  TA 586/1-13  1702-1823

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouse: Duke of Montagu's  TA 587/1-12  1724-1825

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouse: Duke of Ormonde's  TA 588/1-15  1708-1823

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouses: Goldsmiths' and Skinners'  TA 589/1-22  1718-1851

LAMBETH, Surrey, Bargehouse: Haberdashers'/Grocers'  TA 590/1-13  1724-1852

LAMBETH, Bishop's Walk, Bargehouses: King's and Queen's  TA 591/1-22  1662-1852

LAMBETH, Bargehouses: Prince of Wales' and King's  TA 292/1-14  1716-1853

LAMBETH, Bargehouse chamber  TA 593/1  1685

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 594/1-17  1699-1823

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 595/1-16  1704-1859

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 596/1-15  1718-1823

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 597/1-22  1715-1825

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 598/1-9  1784-1823

LAMBETH, Low ground and tenements  TA 599/1-11  1724-1823

LAMBETH, Wharf  TA 600/1-8  1786-1823

LAMBETH, Wharf  TA 600a/I  1696

LAMBETH, Carlisle Lane  TA 601/I  1831

LAMBETH, Chalcroft  TA 602/1-40  1581-1833

LAMBETH, Crown alias King's Head  TA 603/-14  1679-1846

LAMBETH, Doghouse  TA 604/1-14  1595-1832

LAMBETH, Float Mead  TA 605/1-155  1575-1856

LAMBETH, High Street, tenements  TA 606/I-12  1716-1814

LAMBETH, Horse Ferry  TA 607/1-6  1805-1849

LAMBETH, Lambeth manor: copyhold in Belvedere Road  TA 608/1-5  1827-1851

LAMBETH, Lambeth Marsh: Seven Acres and Sowters Land  TA 609/1-95  1676-1861

LAMBETH, Twenty-one Acres  TA 610/1-94  1704-1861

LAMBETH, Two Acres  TA 611/1-35  1721-1828

LAMBETH, Lambeth Wick  TA 612/1-850  1600-1862

LAMBETH, Long Mead  TA 613/1-73  1581-1861

LAMBETH, Milkwood and Wickwood  TA 614/1-25  1674-1844

LAMBETH, Slaughter House, Fore Street  TA 615/1-29  1612-1838

LAMBETH, Sowters Land alias Seven Acres  TA 616/1-10  1694-1828

LAMBETH, Sowters Land alias Thirteen Acres  TA 617/1-158  1663-1861

LAMBETH, Stangate: wharf  TA 618/1-11  1783-1853

LAMBETH, Wharf  TA 619/1-17  1739-1857

LAMBETH, Waterloo  TA 620/I-2  1817

LAMBETH, Wild Marsh  TA 621/1-20  1726-1847

LEEDS with BROOMFIELD, Kent, rectory  TA 622/1-32  1600-1859

LEYSDOWN, Kent, rectory  TA 623/1-27  1592-1854

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent, Littlebourne Green  TA 624/1-13  1761-1833

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent, Littlebourne manor  TA 625/1-26  1582-1848

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent, Littlebourne manor: gaming rights  TA 626/1-3  1805-1848

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent, Longshott Wood  TA 627/1  1677

LYDD, Kent, rectory  TA 628/1-23  1567-1848

LYDDEN, Kent, manor and rectory  TA 629/1-31  1616-1852

MAIDSTONE, Kent, rectory  TA 630/1-52  1585-1862

MAIDSTONE, Kent, Vicarage tithes  TA 631/1-5  1677-1759

MARDEN, Kent, rectory  TA 632/1-35  1582-1862

NONINGTON, Kent, Curlswood Park  TA 633/1-19  1585-1814

NONINGTON and WOMENSWOLD, Kent, rectories  TA 634/1-24  1582-1822

NORTHBOURNE, Kent, Betteshanger and Finglesham tithes  TA 635/1-37  1594-1856

NORTHBOURNE and LITTLE MONGEHAM, Kent, Ashley Grange  TA 636/1-56  1587-1862

NORTHBOURNE and LITTLE MONGEHAM, Kent, Northbourne Almonry  TA 637/1-39  1536-1854

NORWOOD, Surrey  TA 638/1-6  1761-1784

Contents:
Including Bewdley, Biggins, Clayland, Great and Little Slate Pitt, Windalls, woods in both Lambeth and Croydon.

NORWOOD, Surrey, Windall and Great Slate Pitt, Gravel Hill.  TA 639/1-77  1801-1862

Contents:
Includes title deeds of lands purchased by Archbishop Sumner. (202)
Bracketed number refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 640/1-13  1802-1844

Contents:
(203) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 641/1-13  1802-1844

Contents:
(204) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 642/1-6  1808-1845

Contents:
(205) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 643/1-16  1810-1860

Contents:
(206) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 644/1-16  1810-1861

Contents:
(207) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 645/1  1810

Contents:
(208) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 646/1-14  1811-1847

Contents:
(209) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 647/1-22  1811-1862

Contents:
(210) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 648/1  1812

Contents:
(213) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

NORWOOD  TA 649/1-11  1812-1862

Contents:
(214) Bracketed numbers refers to the estate in the rentals

OARE, Kent, rectory  TA 650/1-15  1793-1857

OXNEY, Kent, rectory  TA 651/1-29  1667-1856

PETHAM, Kent, Buckholt and Swarling tithes  TA 652/1-35  1570-1854

PETHAM, Kent, Petham manor  TA 653/1  1543

PORTSLADE, Sussex, rectory  TA 654/1-20  1662-1819

RECULVER, Kent, Littlewood and Lords Mead  TA 655/1-18  1682-1845

RECULVER and HERNE, Kent, Ford Park  TA 656/1-29  1661-1851

RECULVER and HERNE, Reculver manor: Copperas Stones  TA 657/1-2  1821

RECULVER and HERNE, Mardell Pond  TA 658/1-13  1703-1744

RECULVER and HERNE, Wasteland: Belting Green  TA 659-1-13  1701-1826

RECULVER and HERNE, Wasteland  TA 660/1-4  1747-1786

RECULVER and HERNE, Reculver and Herne manors: gaming rights  TA 661/1  1821

RECULVER and HERNE, rectory with Herne and Hoath chapelries  TA 662/1-72  1588-1862

RECULVER and WINGHAM, Kent, Lords Lands and Dambridge  TA 663/1-35  1587-1860

RIVER, Kent, Coperland alias Copper Lands  TA 6641/1  1841

RIVER, Kent, Rectory  TA 665/1-31  1585-1856

ROCHDALE, Lancs., 1661-1852, including records of the sale of the estate after 1812.  TA 666/1-199  [n.d.]

ROLVENDEN, Kent, Rolvenden Layne  TA 667/1  1615

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, Thanet (later Margate), Kent, Salmstone Grange  TA 668/1-22  1597-1847

ST. LAWRENCE and ST. PETERS, Thanet, Kent, Newland Grange  TA 669/1-42  1586-1860

ST. MARGARET AT CLIFFE, Kent, Reach manor  TA 670/1-10  1662-1855

ST. MARGARET AT CLIFFE, Kent, Rectory  TA 671/1-33  1661-1856

ST. NICHOLAS AT WADE, Kent, rectory  TA 672/1-38  1539-1853

SELLINGE, Kent, rectory  TA 673/1-29  1590-1853

SHOLDEN, Kent, Sholden rectory and Hull manor  TA 674/1-103  1616-1854

SIBERTSWOLD, Kent, rectory and manor  TA 675/1-55  1661-1856

SIBERTSWOLD, Kent, Westcourt manor  TA 676/1-31  1716-1856

SITTINGBOURNE, Kent, rectory  TA 677/1-14  1581-1840

STALISFIELD, Kent, rectory  TA 678/1-17  1805-1862

STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH, Salop, Kingston in, 1550.  TA 679/1  [n.d.]

STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH, Salop, Manor  TA 680/1  1550

STOURMOUTH, Kent, Northcourt Farm  TA 681/1-26  1781-1862

Contents:
Including deeds pre-dating the purchase of the estate by Archbishop Sumner in 1862.

SUTTON, EAST, Kent, rectory  TA 682/1-26  1661-1853

THORNLEY WITH WHEATLEY, Lancs.  TA 683/1-15  1688-1829

TILMANSTONE, Kent, rectory  TA 684/1-37  1581-1862

TONGE, Kent, rectory  TA 685/1-60  1583-1861

UPWHALTHAM and EARTHAM, Sussex  TA 686/1  1588

WALDERSHARE, Kent, rectory  TA 687/1-28  1663-1856

WALMER, Kent, rectory  TA 688/1-34  1581-1854

WALTHAM and ELMSTED, Kent, rectories  TA 689/1-12  1793-1845

WESTBERE, Kent, Rushbourne tithery  TA 690/1-18  1793-1858

WESTWELL, Kent, Leacon alias Lecton manor  TA 691/1-21  1583-1834

WESTWELL, Kent, Westwell manor  TA 692/1  1545

WESTWELL, Kent, Westwell rectory  TA 693/1-34  1594-1853

WESTWELL and CHALLOCK, Kent, Longbeech Wood  TA 694/1-10  1590-1846

WHALLEY, Lancs., rectory with chapelries  TA 695/1-16  1584-1799

WHITFIELD, Kent, rectory  TA 696/1-50  1602-1856

WHITSTABLE, Kent, rectory  TA 697/1-12  1581-1799

WHITSTABLE, SEASALTER, HERNE and RECULVER, Kent, Copperas Stones  TA 698/1-8  1636-1771

WOMENSWOLD, Kent, Woolwich Wood  TA 699/1-33  1586-1853

WORTH, Kent, Worth Minnis  TA 700/1-99  1521-1854

WOTTON UNDERWOOD, Bucks., rectory  TA 701/1-4  1720-1741

WYE, Kent, Crophill tithes  TA 702/1-23  1663-1850

WYE, Kent, Rectory  TA 703/1-20  1597-1850

REGISTERS AND SCHEDULES OF LEASES  AA/EDT/T/B  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: AA/EDT/T/B/1-24: references in TA list & card index.

Contents:
AA/EDT/T/B/2-23
The Series includes:
Registers of Leases, 1678-1862
The registers contain copies of leases of all the estates excluding, for the most part, the tenements on the waste of the manors of Deal Prebend and Court Ash. Patents of appointment of estate officials are also recorded in these volumes. The registers complement the series of original leases (TA).
The list of leases available in the Library includes details of the registered leases where the original leases are missing.
AA/EDT/T/B/25-27 Abstracts of Leases, 18th-19th centuries.
The volumes comprise abstracts of leases, with details of tenure, rents and covenants of the lessees.
AA/EDT/T/B/28-34 Contract Books, 1660-1861.
Records of contracts for the grant of leases of the estates of the archbishop of Canterbury, 1660-1861, and from 1660-5 for the bishop of London.
AA/EDT/T/B/35-67 Schedules of Leases, 1805-1858.
Schedules of leases, including details of the leasehold estates, the number allocated to each estate in the 19th century rentals, the name of the lessees, conditions of tenure, fines, and date for renewal.
AA/EDT/T/B/68-95 Schedules of Deal Leases, Kent.
Various schedules of leases of the tenements in Deal, including details of the premises, the number allocated to each tenements in the 19th century rentals, the names of the lessees, the condition of tenure, the fine and date of renewal.
AA/EDT/T/B/96-163 Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases, 1817-1831.
Instructions for the renewal of leases of the tenements in Deal, including abstracts of lease, details of fines, fees, and date of the lease.

Lease Book  TB 1  c.1605

Contents:
Record of leases and patents of appointment granted by Archbishop Whitgift, 1584-1603, drawn up shortly after the archbishop's death in 1604. Apart from patents for estate officials, the volume includes the following archiepiscopal appointments:
Actuary of the 'consistory of the Arches', 30 June 1585, 25 April 1602 (no. 13).
Actuary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5 July 1599 (no.39).
Auditor of the Court of Audience, 7 November 1600 (no.24).
Apparator, 7 January 1599 (no.29).
Bedel of the Court of Arches, 25 June 1593, 7 April 1603 (nos.7, 61).
Collector of tenths, 1 December 1600 (no.20).
Commissary of the Court of Canterbury, 29 January 1596 (no.50).
Commissary of the Faculties, 7 July [1597] (no.16).
Commissary of Oxford, 9 May 1592 (no.66).
Custodian of the spiritualities of the diocese of Bristol, 30 July 1602 (no.12).
Keeper of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 8 July 1600 (no.4).
Official Principal of the Court of Arches, 13 October 1600 (no.26).
Registrar 'of all licences, dispensacions etc', 21 October 1593 (no.60).
Registrar of the Court of Arches, 25 June 1593 (no.62).
Registrar of the Court of Audience, 4 June 1603 (no.5).
Registrar of the Consistory Court of Canterbury, 12 October 1598 (no.42).
Vicar General, 13 December 1597 (no.47).
Records numbered 1-83. The entries are not arranged in chronological order.
14 ff. (ff.12-14 blank)

Register of leases  TB 2  22 June 1678-14 January 1690

Contents:
Includes a record of leases of tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, 1674-87 (ff.292-7).
Deeds numbered 1-283 (ff. 1-291).
Index of properties and officials.
304 ff.

Register of leases  TB 3  20 September 1691-24 April 1694

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-86.
Index of properties and officials.
101 ff.

Register of leases  TB 4  3 May 1695-19 December 1702

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-48
Index of properties and officials.
169 ff.

Register of leases  TB 5  4 February 1703-27 March 1710

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-109. No leases, 8 March 1708 - 21 March 1710
Index of properties and officials.
121 ff. (ff.116-18 missing).

Register of leases  TB 6  22 May 1708-1 March 1716

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-151.
196 ff.

Register of leases  TB 7  24 April 1716-19 July 1725

Contents:
Includes a record of leases of tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, 1720 (ff.220-52).
Deeds numbered 1-265.
256 ff.

Register of leases  TB 8  19-July 1725-29 November 1736

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-258.
222 ff.

Register of leases  TB 9  21 March 1737-20 September 1745

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-193.
189 ff.

Register of leases  TB 10  9 January 1746-17 January 1757

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-277.
252 ff.

Register of leases  TB 11  9 May 1757-30 September 1765

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-194.
118 ff.

Register of leases  TB 12  25 March 1774-31 December 1783

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-229.
Index of properties and lessees.
360 pp.

Register of leases  TB 13  5 January 1784-July 1798, March 1800

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-298.
Index of properties and lessees.
512 pp.

Register of leases  TB 14  20 May 1797-15 January 1805

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-163.
Index of properties and lessees.
338 pp.

Register of leases  TB 15  22 September 1828-28 June 1832

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-192.
Index of properties and lessees.
646 pp.

Register of leases  TB 16  8 June 1832-8 October 1835

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-186.
Index of properties and lessees.
688 pp.

Register of leases  TB 17  15 November 1836-29 May 1841

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-206.
Index of lessees.
xxvi + 717 pp.

Register of leases  TB 18  29 May 1841-17 April 1847

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-187.
Index of lessees.
xxviii + 661 pp.

Register of leases  TB 19  16 December 1845-15 June 1853

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-224.
Index of lessees.
xxviii + 712 pp.

Register of leases  TB 20  5 May 1853-27 August 1856

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-161.
Index of lessees.
xxxiv + 680 pp.

Register of leases  TB 21  8 April 1856-1 July 1862

Contents:
Principally records of sales of estates.
Deeds numbered 1-62.
Index of lessees and purchasers.
xxviii + 389 pp.

Register of leases  TB 22  6 August 1856-22 October 1861

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-131.
Index of lessees.
xxxi + 634 pp.

Register of leases  TB 23  22 August 1861-6 March 1862

Contents:
Deeds numbered 1-13.
Index of lessees.
xlvi + 90 pp. (pp. 77-90 blank).

Register of Deal Leases  TB 24  28 December 1698-21 August 1702

Contents:
Register of leases granted to the tenants on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, including one lease as common form, and a tabulated list of tenants, noting premises, date of lease, fines and rents.
Certified by Archbishop Tenison.
6 ff.

Abstracts of Leases  TB 25  18th century

Contents:
Abstracts of leases arranged in alphabetical order of estates.
81 ff.

Abstracts of Leases  TB 26  c.1800

Contents:
In addition to the abstracts of leases, the entries for each estate include extracts from both the King's Survey, 1616-17 (TC 2), and the parliamentary surveys (Comm XIIa). Also included are details of the archbishop's woods in Kent and Surrey, with notes of patents of the woodreeves (pp.262-5); a list of the manors held of the see of Canterbury taken from the King's Survey (pp.265-8); an account of the hospitals of Harbledown and St. John's, Northgate, Canterbury (pp.269-73); the statement of annual expenditure on salaries and stipends for curates charged against the revenue of the see of (pp.274-7); a list of augmentations to benefices paid by the lessees (ff.281-2); a list of estates discharged from payment of first fruits, tenths and procurations (pp.283-4): and an abstract of the revenue of the see of Canterbury (pp.287-8). Also included are the customs of the manors of Croydon and Lambeth (pp.82-4, 135-6).
Index of estates (pp.290-3).
294 pp.

Abstracts of Leases  TB 27  c.1819

Contents:
Abstract of leases, 1790-1819, compiled about 1819. Estates A-D only.
314 ff. (ff.105-341 blank).

Contract Book  TB 28  November 1660-February 1661

Contents:
12 ff.

Contract Book  TB 29  November 1660-February 1687

Contents:
Records of contracts for leases of the estates of he bishop of London, 1660-5 (pp.1-145), and of the archbishop of Canterbury, 1663-76 (pp.150-374), with notes of the fines received on the delivery of the leases. Also included are compositions for the allocation of fees from the archbishop's peculiars and from vacant bishoprics, 1667-87 (pp.396-73h). 400 pp.

Contract Book  TB 30  December 1660-September 1677

Contents:
Includes indexes to contracts in this volume and a second volume, 1678-1705, so far unidentified. A record of the fines recorded in both volumes is noted in the 18th century view of estates (TC 6). 32 ff.

Contract Book  TB 31  February 1661-March 1663

Contents:
Index
86 pp. (pp. 45-83 blank).

Contract Book  TB 32  September 1828-December 1854

Contents:
Index of lessees and estates.
xxvii + 231 ff.

Contract Book  TB 33  January 1855-June 1861

Contents:
Indexes of lessees and estates.
xiv + 24 ff.

Contract Book  TB 34  October 1661-October 1677

Contents:
Contracts for leases of tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend.
Entitled 'The Sixt Book'. 8 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 35  February 1805-March 1806

Contents:
6 ff.

Schedule of leases granted by Archbishop Manners Sutton  TB 36  April-December 1805

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases  TB 37  April 1805-November 1812

Contents:
24 ff.

Schedule of leases sealed  TB 38  June 1805-September 1811

Contents:
111 ff. (ff. 6-111 blank).

Schedule of leases sealed, with note of fees  TB 39  June 1805-July 1828

Contents:
v + 108 pp. (pp. 80-105 blank).

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 40  1807

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 41  1808

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 42  1809

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 43  1810

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases for lives  TB 44  1810

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 45  1811

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 46  1812

Contents:
3 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 47  1816

Contents:
2 ff.

Schedule of leases for lives  TB 48  1816

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 49  1819

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of concurrent leases granted to Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835), in trust for Archbishop Manners Sutton  TB 50  1819

Contents:
2 ff.

Schedule of leases in the course of renewal  TB 51  1820

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of leases in the course of renewal  TB 52  1821

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedule of leases sealed by Archbishop Manners Sutton  TB 53  1821

Contents:
2 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal, 1822. Includes lists of expired leases, leases for lives and of concurrent leases granted to Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835), in trust for Archbishop Manners Sutton  TB 54  1821

Contents:
7 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 55  1823

Contents:
6 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 56  1824

Contents:
8 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 57  1825

Contents:
8 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 58  1826

Contents:
8 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 59  1827

Contents:
8 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 60  1828-1835

Contents:
Schedule drawn up by Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, which includes details of leases for years, leases for lives, building leases and of estates sold under the Land Tax Redemption Act (1798), and notes of the renewal of leases.
vii + 81 ff. (ff.29-44, 76-81 blank)

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 61  1829-1838

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/B/60
vi + 84 ff. (ff.70-84 blank)

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 62  1832

Contents:
The schedule refers to the renewal of leases of the estates of the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of London, and the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, arranged according to the specific categories of expired leases, leases for 21 years, for lives and building leases. Includes details of the dates of renewal, the fines, and a list of fees. ff.7-34. (ff.1-6 missing)

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 63  1836

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/B/62
vi + 62 ff. (ff.36-62 blank)

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 64  1837

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/B/62.
iii + 35 ff. (ff.27-35 blank)

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 65  1839

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/B/62.
30 ff.

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 66  1840

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/B/62.
37 ff. (ff.31-6 blank).

Schedule of leases for renewal  TB 67  1855-8

Contents:
Similar to AA/EDT/T/B/62: estates of the archbishop of Canterbury, bishop of London and St. Paul's, 1855-6, and of Canterbury only, 1858.
85 ff. (ff. 53-85 blank).

Schedule of leases, 1751, 1791-1804 delivered by John May to Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors  TB 68  January 1806

Contents:
36 pp.

Schedule of leases surrendered  TB 69  1801-23

Contents:
13 ff.

Lists of leases in the course of renewal  TB 70-1  1805

List of counterpart leases, 1805-16, sent to Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, 1816.  TB 72  [n.d.]

Contents:
10 ff.

Lists of leases and assignments sent to Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, by William Pettman, surveyor  TB 73-6  1806

List of estates in the course of renewal  TB 77  1806

Contents:
2 ff.

List of tenants intending to petition for an abatement of their fine  TB 78  [1806]

Contents:
1 f.

Schedule of counterparts of surrendered leases  TB 79  1808-1823

Contents:
7 ff.

Schedule of counterparts of unexpired leases  TB 80  1808-1825

Contents:
10 ff.

Schedule of leases in the course of renewal  TB 81  1815

Contents:
8 ff.

Lists of leases in the course of renewal  TB 82-3  1816

Schedule of leases in the course of renewal with notes of the fines set according to both the old and the revised assessment  TB 84  1822

Contents:
16 ff.

Schedule of leases in the course of renewal  TB 85  1822-1823

Contents:
11 ff.

Schedule of leases due for renewal in 1822-1825, but renewed by 1825.  TB 86  [n.d.]

Contents:
5 ff.

Schedule of expired leases  TB 87  1825

Contents:
6 ff.

Schedule of leases in course of renewal  TB 88  1828

Contents:
11 ff.

Schedule of leases included in the concurrent lease granted to Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835), in trust for Archbishop Manners Sutton, 25 November 1822 (d. 21 July 1828) with recommendation by John Mercer, agent, for their surrender or assignment to Archbishop Howley, August 1828.  TB 89  [n.d.]

Contents:
4 ff.

Schedules of Deal leases in the course of renewal  TB 90-5  1829-1834

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 96-101  1817

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 102-4  1818

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 105-10  1818-1819

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 111-14  1819-1820

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 117-24  1822

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 125  1822-1823

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 126-8  1823

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 129-31  1823-1824

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 132-4  1824

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 135-6  1824-1825

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 137-8  1825

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 139-41  1825-1826

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 142-7  1826

Contents:
Included in AA/EDT/T/B/147 are the instructions for a surrender.

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 148-9  1826-1827

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 150-1  1827

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 152-3  1827-1828

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 154-5  1828

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 156-9  1829

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 160  1829-1830

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 161-2  1830

Instructions for the renewal of Deal leases  TB 163  1831

SURVEYS, VIEWS, AND VALUATIONS  AA/EDT/T/C  1599-1862

Contents:
AA/EDT/T/C/17-90 are original surveys, valuations and reports on individual estates, many of which were copied into the survey books above (AA/EDT/T/C/7, 8, 11-13). A card index to place names of all the individual surveys and valuations (AA/EDT/T/C/17-90) is available in Lambeth Palace Library.

View of Estates  TC 1  c.1606

Contents:
View of estates, including details of lease, date, and premises.
Index of estates.
69 ff. (ff.51-60 blank)

The King's Survey  TC 2  1616-1617

Contents:
By letters patent, 19 June 1616, James I appointed a royal commission to ascertain the extent of the lands belonging to the see of Canterbury and to report its findings to the Exchequer (ff.1-2). The subsequent survey undertaken with the assistance of local juries was carried out by Edward Ayleworth, Hemphrey Davenport (knight 1624), Sir David Foulis, John Hart, Edward Henden, serjeants-at-law, and Roger Nowell, 16 August 1616 - 5 April 1617. The estates of the former priories of St. Martin's, Dover, and of St. Gregory's, Canterbury, the rectories of Blackburn, and Whalley, Lancs., and the Yorkshire estates were surveyed in detail. The remaining properties in Kent were summarily listed. The volume does not include surveys of the estates in Bucks., Surrey, or Sussex although they came within the terms of the commission. Examined by John West, deputy King's Remembrancer.
The volume is a fair copy in the same hand as the original (E 164/40) in the Public Record Office.
Arms of Archbishop Abbot on the cover.
84 ff. (ff.3-36, 67-81 Kent; ff.36-65 Lancashire; f.66 Yorkshire).

Survey  TC 3  1661

Contents:
Account by Ralph Watts (Wates) of his tour of the archiepiscopal estates in Kent, 12-27 March 1661. Two copies and a draft.
10 ff.

Memoranda Book of Ralph Snow  TC 4  1660-1673


Related information: For subsequent visits of Ralph Snow to the estates in Kent, see below TS 2.
165 ff. (ff.42-150, 152-65 blank).

Contents:
Observations and reports by Ralph Snow, receiver general from 1670, on his visits to the archiepiscopal estates in Kent, with particular reference to the woods, 1664-73 The volume includes Snow's financial accounts, November 1660-August 1663 (f.206); a list of servants of Archbishop Juxon, 26 March 1661 (f.151v); memoranda on timber taken from the estates, 1673 (f.41).

List of Lessees  TC 5  early 18th century

Contents:
List of the archbishop's lessees arranged in alphabetical order, with a note of the property leased, early 18th century. Includes memoranda on the tenements in Deal, c.1720 (ff.1-2).
26 ff. (ff.10-22 blank).

View of Estates  TC 6  early 18th century

Contents:
View of estates arranged in alphabetical order of the estates, with details of the lease taken from Archbishop Tenison's register of leases (TB 4), and of the fines charged on the renewal of leases from 1660-c.1705 recorded in two contract books only one of which has survived (TB 30). The list of fines was updated to 1760.
Index of estates (pp.ii-ix).
xiv + 514 pp. (pp.372-488, 490-514 blank).

Valuations and Surveys  TC 7  1783-1804

Contents:
Valuations and surveys of the estates principally by Thomas Pettman and Thomas Pope, surveyors, c.1783-1804.
Index of estates.
160 ff. (ff.95-160 blank).

Valuations and Surveys  TC 8  c.1783-1830

Contents:
Valuations and surveys arranged in a roughly alphabetical order following the number allocated to each estate in the rentals, numbered 1-173, and compiled c.1830. The volume includes many of the valuations in TC 7.
Index of estates ff.i-x.
x + 354 pp.

View of Estates  TC 9  late 18th century

Contents:
View of estates similar to TC 6 but also including details from the King's Survey, 1616-17, and the parliamentary surveys (Comm XIIa). Included are accounts of the archbishop's woods in Kent and Surrey (pp.312-15), of the hospitals of St. Nicholas, Harbledown, and St. John's, Northgate, Canterbury (pp.31 8-21), lists of privileges of the see of Canterbury (pp.316-17), and a summary of annual expenditure and income (pp.311-12, 322-4, 327-8, 332-3). The list of fines for each of the estates was updated to about 1805.
Index pp.33S-41.
342 pp.

View of Estates  TC 10  early 19th century

Contents:
View of estates similar to TC 9, but with a list of fines updated to about 1837, and records of the redeemed land tax.
366 pp.

Survey Book  TC 11  1805-1811

Contents:
Surveys and valuations of estates, principally by William Pettman, but including S.P. Cockerell, A.P. Driver, and William James, surveyors. Note that the originals of all the surveys copied into this volume were sent to Lambeth Palace, 13 July 1811.
Index pp.442-6.
447 pp.

Survey Book  TC 12  1805-1815

Contents:
Similar surveys and valuations by the same surveyors, and including copies of legal opinions on the granting of leases and on the inheritance of copyhold estates.
Index pp.343-7.
347 pp.

Survey Book  TC 13  1828-1837

Contents:
Surveys and valuations principally by John Lake, but including James Bailey, John Fuller, and Henry Harrison, surveyors.
Index pp.201-4.
205 pp.

Schedule of Estates for Sale  TC 14  1845

Contents:
Schedule of lands required by the North Kent Railway Company for their main line from London to Dover and branch lines in Kent, 1845, forwarded with letters from William Stephens of Bedford Row, London, to Archbishop Howley, 1 December 1845.
Inserted (ff.31-2) is a list of property sold for the London, Chatham & Dover Railway, 1862.
32 ff.

Schedule of Estates  TC 15  c.1860

Contents:
Particulars of estates arranged in alphabetical order, giving details of estates, lessees, rent, and notes on the same, c.1860.
46 ff.

Schedule of Estates  TC 16  c.1860

Contents:
Similar to the above, with the addition of the dates of the commencement of leases.
Draft.
43 ff. (ff.32-43 blank).

ADDINGTON-BLACKBURN: Valuations and Surveys  TC 17  1786-1862

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations relating to:
Addington, Surrey, Addington manors, and Cold Harbour Farm, 1807-9 (ff.1-7).
Aldington, Kent, Poulton Stansted, 1794-1853 (ff.8-14).
Alkham with Capel le Ferne, Kent, rectory, 1786-1846 (ff.15-17).
Appledore, Kent, rectory, 1806-56 (ff.18-27).
Ash next Sandwich, Kent, Ash, Goldstone, and Overland rectories, 1805-62 (ff.28-82).
Barham, Kent, Priory Wood, 1807-56 (ff.83-7).
Bekesbourne, Kent, demesne and gatehouse, 1859-60 (ff.88-91).
Blackburn, Lancs., rectory, 1805-[52], with Rochdale, Lancs., rectory, 1805 (ff.92-115).
115 ff.

ASH NEXT SANDWICH: Terrier of the titheries of Ash, Overland and Goldstone in Ash next Sandwich, 1812, with note of amended values in 1832, arranged in alphabetical order of occupiers.  TC 18  1812-1832

Contents:
68 ff

ASH NEXT SANDWICH: index of the owners with note of occupiers mentioned in the above terrier of Ash next Sandwich.  TC 19  1812

Contents:
14 ff.

BLACKBURN: Survey of the glebe and tithes of the rectory of Blackburn, Lancs., with details of tenants, tenements, values, and acreage, compiled by Robert Lang, surveyor  TC 20  1759

Contents:
The volume was designed to be used with a contemporary map to which there are references (TD 20). Included is a small map of Samlesbury (f.34).
Later annotations.
86 ff.

BLACKBURN: Survey of the rectory of Blackburn with details of tenants, tenements, tithes, customs of the parish, together with a rental of the same, compiled by William Young, senior, surveyor  TC 21  14 November 1791

Contents:
ii + 16 ff. (ff. 14-16 blank).

BLACKBURN: Report on the rectory of Blackburn, by William James, surveyor  TC 22  June 1807

Contents:
10 ff. (ff.6-10 blank).

Account and valuation of the rectory of Blackburn, by William James  TC 23  July 1807

Contents:
iii + 9 ff. (ff. 6-9 blank).

Report on the sale of some of the Blackburn estates, by William James  TC 24  November 1808

Contents:
9 ff.

Report on the sale of some of the Blackburn estates by William James  TC 25  November 1908

Contents:
11 ff.

Report on the selection, valuation, and sale of part of the Blackburn estates by William James  TC 26  25 December 1808

Contents:
Letter from Henry Feilden, lessee, to James, 25 February 1809 attached.
8 ff.

Valuation of the moiety of the lordship and tithes of Blackburn, on lease to Henry and John Feilden, by Nicholas Brown, surveyor  TC 27  6 May 1816

Contents:
14 ff.

BOARSTALL-COLDRED: Valuations and Surveys  TC 28  1647-1861

Contents:
Original valuations and surveys relating to:
Boarstall and Brill, Bucks., Boarstall alias Muzzell Hill Farm, 1805-54 (ff.1-12).
Boughton under Blean, Kent, Hurstwood Grubland, 1802-57 (ff.13-24).
Brabourne, Kent, rectory, 1784-1854 (ff.25-37).
Bredgar, Kent, Bredgar Chantry, 1855-60 (ff.38-51).
Brickhill, Little, Bucks., rectory, 1807-54 (ff.52-63).
Canterbury, Kent, including Archbishop's Palace, St. Gregory's priory, Westgate manor, mid 18th century-1860 (ff.64-130).
Challock, Kent, rectory, 1785-1861 (ff.131-40).
Coldred, Kent, manor and rectory, 1647-1856 (ff.141-66).
166 ff.

BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN: Survey of Boughton manor  TC 29  1570/2

Contents:
'Lands houlden of the mannor of Boughton by divers tennants...anno domini millesimo quinquagesimo septuagesimo et anno regni domine nostre Elizabethe etc. quinto decimo' (sic).
18 ff.

CANTERBURY: Report on estates in Canterbury eligible for building on, by William Pettman, surveyor  TC 30  24 March 1806

Contents:
4 ff.

CANTERBURY: Survey and valuation of the site of the Archbishop's Palace at Canterbury, by William Pettman and John Cooper, surveyors  TC 31  28 May 1812

Contents:
6 ff.

CHISLET: Surveys and Valuations, 1663-1861. Original surveys and valuations of estates in Chislet and Hoath, Kent  TC 32  1663-1861

Contents:
Notably lands of the manors of Chislet and Shelvingford. Many of these were copied in the survey books above.
186 ff.

CHISLET: An account of the great tithes of the parish of Chislet belonging to the archbishop of Canterbury, by Henry Hogben, surveyor  TC 33  1787

Contents:
1 m.

CHISLET: Particulars and valuations of Chislet Court demesne, by William Pettman  TC 34  31 July 1811

Contents:
6 ff.

CROYDON: Declaration of the bounds of the manor of Croydon, Surrey  TC 35  1552

Contents:
Copy, 1838. 6 ff.

CROYDON: Similar declaration of the bounds of the manor  TC 36  1756

Contents:
Contemporary copy.
45 ff. (ff.14-45 blank)

CROYDON: Similar declaration of the bounds of the manor  TC 37  1780

Contents:
Amended copy.
25 ff. (ff. 19-25 blank).

CROYDON: Copy of the above made in 1807.  TC 38  [n.d.]

Contents:
Annotated.
9 ff.

CROYDON: Parliamentary Survey  TC 39  1647

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Waddon, by Edward Boys, Daniel Shetterden, Ralph Watts, and George Northcote, with assistance from the local jury, 16 February 1647. This is the original survey of which Comm. XIIa 23/204-6 is a copy. Attached are contemporary copies of leases of Archbishop Laud to Sir William Cowper of Ratling Court, Kent, of the manor and mill of Waddon, 4 May 1639, with assignment to William Browne of Worplesden, Surrey, and Jane Hardinge of Waddon, 2 April 1645.
15 ff. + 3 m.

CROYDON: Surveys and Valuations  TC 40  17th century-1864

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations of estates in Croydon, including Broadcombe Farm, Croydon manor, Goathouse Farm, Norwood, Park Hill Estate, Poak Mead, Selhurst Farm, Stubbs Mead and Waddon manor, 17th century- 1864. Many of these were copied into the survey books above.
218 ff.

CROYDON: Alphabetical lists of copyholders of the manor of Waddon, with notes of admissions  TC 41  Mid 17th century-mid 18th century

Contents:
Entries mainly crossed out.
70 ff.

CROYDON: Alphabetical lists of copyholders of the manors of Croydon and Waddon with details of admissions, tenements, rents, fines, and references to the manorial court rolls  TC 42  1745-97

Contents:
16 ff.

CROYDON: Survey of the estates of Holy Trinity Hospital, Croydon, in Croydon, London, Mitcham, Sanderstead, and Northampton, together with rentals, 1812, 1814, and account of expenditure  TC 43  1814

Contents:
iv + 34 pp

CROYDON: Certificate of the annual value of the copyhold tenements of Francis and Thomas Berrington to enable assessment of fines for future admissions, drawn up by George Frere, solicitor, 28 November 1825, with affidavit of James Bailey, surveyor  TC 44  24 December 1825

Contents:
4 ff.

DEAL: Lists of tenants with notes of rents from tenements on the waste of the manors of Court Ash and Deal Prebend, Kent, by Richard Watts  TC 45  30 October 1661, 30 September 1663

Contents:
13 pp.

DEAL: Particulars of houses built on the waste of the manor of Court Ash, Deal  TC 46  5 August 1667

Contents:
6 ff.

DEAL: Particulars of houses built on the waste of the manor of Court Ash, Deal  TC 47  5 August 1667

Contents:
6 ff.

DEAL: A survey settled and approved by Richard Watts of all the tenements, capstones, and ground demised at Candlemas  TC 48  1674

Contents:
8 ff.

DEAL: Particulars of tenements in Deal, arranged in alphabetical order of lessees, with details of rents and dates of leases  TC 49  c.1751

Contents:
24 ff.

DEAL: Survey and valuation of the manors of Deal Prebend and Hull and of the rectory of Sholden, Kent, on lease to James Wyborn, by William Young, receiver general  TC 50  17 September 1791

Contents:
9 ff.

DEAL: Schedule of estates in Deal, with details of tenants, tenements, leases, fines, rents and land taxes, begun by John May, and completed by William Pettman, surveyor  TC 51  1805

Contents:
Includes tenements numbered 1-384
14 ff.

DEAL: Schedule; Similar schedule of tenements numbered 1-439.  TC 52  1805

Contents:
18 ff.

DEAL: Surveys and Valuations  TC 53  1805-1858

Contents:
Surveys and valuations of tenements in Deal, 1805-1858, mainly by William Pettman, surveyor, arranged in numerical order of the tenements.
224 ff.

DEAL: Survey of estates in Deal before applying to parliament for a bill to enable the archbishop of Canterbury to grant long leases, by William Pettman  TC 54  17 January 1806

Contents:
12 ff.

DEAL: Return of tenements in Deal held under renewable leases for 21 years, by John Mercer, agent for Christopher Hodgson, receiver general  TC 55  15 June 1849

Contents:
27 ff.

DEAL: Particulars of estates arranged in numerical order of tenements, nos. 1-513, including details of tenements, rents, land tax, fees, values in 1856, and revised values in 1857, by Henry A. Hunt, surveyor  TC 56  1856-1857

Contents:
Annotated.
46 ff.

DEAL: Similar particulars by the same, 5 January 1857, excluding note of fees.  TC 57  [n.d.]

Contents:
Annotated.
46 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 58  1858

Contents:
ii + 14 ff. (ff.11-14 blank)

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 59  1857

Contents:
Annotated.
14 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 60  9 March 1858

Contents:
32 pp. (pp.24-32 blank).

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 61  23 September 1858

Contents:
6 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 62  18 March 1859

Contents:
4 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 63  31 May 1859

Contents:
4 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 64  7 January 1860

Contents:
Includes note of sale prices, by W.A. Yool, surveyor, 15 March 1860.
6 ff.

Reports on estates in Deal for enfranchisement by William Murton, surveyor, including details of the annual values and fee simple values.  TC 65  26 January 1861

Contents:
Includes note of sale prices, by W.A. Yool, 19 April 1861.
6 ff.

DOVER: Surveys and valuations of estates in Dover, Kent  TC 66  1785-1861

Contents:
Including Barton manor, Bellasize, Buckland rectory, Buckland and Charlton mills, and Dover priory. Many of these original valuations were recorded in the survey books above.
196 ff.

DOVER: Report on the estates of Dover priory in Dover and of tenements in Palace Street, Canterbury, with a table of lessees in 1833 and 1840, by [William Murton], surveyor  TC 67  c.1840

Contents:
12 ff.

DUNKIRK: Report on the wasteland in Dunkirk, Kent, claimed by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, compiled by William Pettman, surveyor  TC 68  7 August 1810

Contents:
Includes a map.
1 + 5 ff.

GRAVENEY-LYDDEN: Surveys and Valuations  TC 69  1784-1861

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations relating to:
Graveney, Kent, rectory, 1784-1849 (ff.1-10).
Guston, Kent, Frith manor, Guston manor and rectory, 1784-1856 (ff. 11-29).
Harbledown, Kent, Poldhurst tithery, 1794-1854 (ff.30-9).
Hawkinge, Kent, Flegis Court, 1790-1852 (ff. 40-50).
Herne, Kent, Beltinge Green, 1830-3 (ff.51-4).
Hernhill, Kent, rectory, 1806-62 (ff. 55-64).
Hougham, Kent, Abbots Cliffe, Farthingloe manor, Hougham rectory, Siberston tithes, 1785-1860 (ff.65-82, 141-62).
Kennington, Kent, rectory, 1820-55 (ff. 83-90).
Leeds with Bromfield rectory, Kent, 1786-1858 (ff. 91-105).
Lenham, East, Kent, rectory, 1808-50 (ff. 106-10).
Leysdown, Kent, rectory, 1805-54 (ff. 111-20).
Littlebourne, Kent, manor, 18th century - c.1850 (ff. 121-9).
Lydden, Kent, 1785-1859 (ff. 130-40).
162 ff.

GUSTON: Particulars and valuation of Guston manor and rectory, Kent, by William Pettman  TC 70  24-5 February 1812

Contents:
5 ff.

HERNHILL: Survey of the parish of Hernhill, Kent, by James Gouge of Sittingbourne, Kent, surveyor, by order of Charles Burney, vicar of Hernhill  TC 71  1811

Contents:
45 ff. (ff. 30-45 blank).

LAMBETH: Survey of the common and wasteland of the manor of Lambeth, Surrey, by John Middleton, surveyor  TC 72  8 December 1784

Contents:
12 ff. (ff.9-12 blank).

LAMBETH: Surveys and Valuations, Original surveys and valuations of estates in Lambeth, numbered in the rentals 91-9, 1805-58, including Float Mead, Lambeth Wick, Lambeth Marsh, Milkwood and Wickwood, Seven Acres and Sowter's Land. Many of these were copied into the survey books above.  TC 73  1805-1858

Contents:
187 ff.

LAMBETH: Surveys and Valuations; Similar surveys and valuations of estates in Lambeth, numbered in the rentals 100-30, 205-11, 1789-1858, including the bargehouses in Bishop's Walk, Cuper's Bridge, the Horse Ferry, Lambeth manor, Lambeth Marsh, and Norwood.  TC 74  1789-1858

Contents:
169 ff.

LAMBETH: Survey and particulars of Float Mead on lease to Sir William East, 1st bart., with details of subleases  TC 75  c.1798

Contents:
ii + 24 ff. (ff.13-24 blank)

LAMBETH: Survey of Twenty One Acres Estate on lease to Sir William East, bart., with details of subleases  TC 76  early 19th century

Contents:
25 ff. (ff.11-25 blank)

LAMBETH: Report and valuation of Lambeth Wick, by William James, surveyor  TC 77  early 19th century

Contents:
11 ff. (ff.9-11 blank).

LAMBETH: Report and valuation of Lambeth Wick, by William James, surveyor  TC 78  [n.d.]

Contents:
11 ff. (ff.9-11 blank)

LAMBETH: View of Estates  TC 79  c.1805

Contents:
View of estates in Lambeth copied from survey book, TC 9, pp. 155-99, c.1805.
Viii + 165 pp. (pp.107-65 blank).

LAMBETH: Report on the improvement of the estates of the prince of Wales, the archbishop of Canterbury, Jesus College, Oxford, and others in Lambeth, by William James  TC 80  February 1808

Contents:
23 ff. (ff.12-23 blank).

LAMBETH: Schedule  TC 81  1845

Contents:
Schedule of land in the parish of Lambeth, required by the London and South Western Railway Company for the extension of the railway from York Road to London Bridge, with letter from their solicitors, Messrs. Bircham & Dalrymple, to Archbishop Howley, 9 December 1845.
10 ff.

MARDEN-RUCKINGE: Surveys and Valuations  TC 82  1757-1861

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations relating to:
Marden, Kent, rectory, 1804-61 (ff.1-5).
Newington Next Hythe, Kent, Combe manor and woods, 1785-1855 (ff. 12-34).
Nonington, Kent, Curlswood Park and Nonington rectory, 1785-1861 (ff. 35-52).
Northbourne and Little Mongeham, Kent, Ashley Grange, Betteshanger and Finglesham tithes, and Northbourne Almonry, 1784-1860 (ff.6-11, 53-115).
Oare, Kent, rectory, 1807-56 (ff. 116-25).
Oxney, Kent, rectory, 1757-1855 (ff. 126-38).
Petham, Kent, Buckholt Farm and Swarling tithes, 1790-1853 (ff. 139-49).
Portslade, Sussex, rectory, 1797, [1809] (ff.150-3).
Reculver and Herne, Kent, Dambridge, Ford Park and Littlewood, 1788-1858 (ff. 154-70).
River, Kent, Coperland, and River rectory, 1788-1860 (ff.171-203).
Rochdale, Lancs., rectory, [1800]-25 (ff.204-11). Ruckinge, Kent, Maison Dieu Brook, 1790-1852 (ff.212-25).
225 ff.

OXNEY: A valuation, with map of Oxney rectory, Kent, by Jesse White, surveyor  TC 83  5 October 1820

Contents:
8 ff. (ff.6-8 blank).

RECULVER: A terrier of the Lords Lands in Reculver, Kent  TC 84  March 1599

Contents:
1 m.

RECULVER: Report on the manors of Reculver, Chislet, Down Barton, Swalecliffe, Tankerton, and Whitstable, Kent, by William Pettman, surveyor  TC 85  11 June 1810

Contents:
8 pp.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, THANET - SUTTON VALENCE: Surveys and Valuations  TC 86  1758-1861

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations relating to:
St. John the Baptist and St. Lawrence, Thanet, Salmstone Grange, 1787, 1817 (ff.1-7).
St. Lawrence and St. Peters, Thanet, Newland Grange, 1846-59 (ff.8-13).
St. Margaret at Cliffe, Reach manor and St. Margaret's rectory, 1783-1861 (ff.14-38).
St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent, rectory, 1797-[1853] (ff.39-47).
Sellinge, Kent, rectory, 1783-1853 (ff.48-59).
Sholden, Kent, Hull manor and Sholden rectory, 1789-1860 (ff.60-99).
Sibertswold, Kent, rectory and West Court manor, 1758-1861 (ff.100-43).
Sittingbourne, Kent, rectory, 1805, 1828 (ff.144-7).
Stalisfield, Kent, rectory, 1794-1861 (ff.148-61).
Stourmouth, Kent, Northcourt Farm, 1861 (f.162).
Sutton, East, Kent, rectory, 1790-1852 (ff.163-71).
Sutton Valence, Chart Sutton and Langley, Kent, Warehorn manor, 1797-1858 (ff.172-94).
194 ff.

TILMANSTONE-WYE: Surveys and Valuations  TC 87  1784-1861

Contents:
Original surveys and valuations relating to:
Tilmanstone, Kent, rectory, 1784-1861 (ff.1-22).
Tonge, Kent, rectory, 1796-1860 (ff.23-34).
Waldershare, Kent, rectory and Southwood, 1784-1856 (ff.35-61).
Walmer, Kent, rectory, 1811-[53] (ff.62-9).
Waltham and Elmsted, Kent, rectories, 1807-52 (ff.70-9).
Westbere, Kent, Rushbourne tithes, 1809-58 (ff.80-6).
Westwell, Lecton manor and Westwell rectory, 1785-1853 (ff.87-107).
Westwell and Challock, Longbeech Wood, 1810-55 (ff.108-17).
Whitfield, Kent, 'Copperas Stones' and Whitfield rectory, 1784-1855 (ff.118-29).
Womenswold, Kent, Woolwich Wood, 1831-52 (ff.130-7).
Worth, Kent, Worth Minnis, 1811-62 (ff.138-62).
Wye, Kent, Crophill tithes and Wye rectory, 1787-1857 (ff.163-74).
174 ff.

WALTHAM: Surveys and valuations of the great tithes of the parishes of Waltham and Elmsted, Kent, by Jesse White, surveyor  TC 88  13, 15 August 1821

Contents:
8 ff.

WHALLEY: Parliamentary Survey  TC 89  [1649/50]


Related information: Contemporary copy. For original and another copy, see Comm XIIa/22, pp.147-57; 24, pp.130-7.
7 ff.

Contents:
Survey of the rectory of Whalley, Lancs., with the dependent chapelries of Altham, Bowland, Burnley, Church, Clitheroe, Clitheroe Castle, Downham, Haslingden, Padiham, Pendle, Rosendale and Trawden, under contract for sale to Sir Ralph Asshton.

WOMENSWOLD: Report on Woolwich Wood in Womenswold, Kent, by William Pettman, surveyor  TC 90  17 April 1810

Contents:
3 ff.

MAPS AND PLANS  AA/EDT/T/D  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: A more detailed card index of the maps place names is available in Lambeth Palace Library.

Contents:
Maps and plans of the archiepiscopal estates, 1620-1862. Most of the mid-19th century maps were copied from the tithe maps. All the properties noted are in Kent unless otherwise indicated.

Addington, Surrey, including Addington Park  TD 1-6  1802-1831

Aldington, Poulton Stansted  TD 7  19th century

Appledore rectory  TD 8  1855

Ash next Sandwich, including Ash alias Guilton and Overland rectories  TD 9-11  1854-1857

Barham, Covert Wood, early 19th century, and Priory Wood  TD 12-13  1856

Bekesbourne, gatehouse, 19th century, rectory  TD 14-15  1807

Blackburn, Lancs., rectory and township  TD 16-22  1759-1859

Contents:
Includes map of the glebe and plan of the town, by Robert Lang, with references to contemporary survey, 1759 (20) (See TC 20).

Boarstall and Brill, Bucks., Boarstall alias Muzzell Hill Farm  TD 23-4  1806, 1854

Boughton under Blean, Boughton manor, by William Boycot  TD 25  1631

Boughton under Blean and Dunkirk, Hurstwood Grubland  TD 26  1857

Brabourne rectory  TD 27  1854

Bredgar and Borden, Bredgar Chantry  TD 28-34  1806-1855

Brickhill, Little, Bucks., rectory  TD 35  1854

Canterbury, including the Archbishop's Palace, St. Gregory's priory, Shulford Meadow, and Westgate manor alias Westgate Court Farm  TD 36-48  1635-1858

Contents:
Includes maps of St. Gregory's priory, by William Boycot, 1635 (38), and of Westgate Court Farm, by William Brasier, 1720 (39).

Challock, Longbeech Wood, 19th century, and Challock rectory  TD 49-51  1855, 1861

Chislet  TD 52-72  1663-1861

Contents:
Including Abbot Salts, Beavers Wood, East and West Blean Wood, Chatham Chest Estate alias Port Farm, Chislet manor alias Chislet Court Farm, Knights Leys, Marley Wood, Rushy Wood. Includes maps of Knights Leys, by Thomas Boycote, 1663 (67), of the Chatham Chest Estate by James Almond, mathematician, 18th century, by Benjamin and Joshua Hawkins, 1784, and by Henry Hogben, 1784 (58-60).

Chislet and Reculver, Petfield Upland and Tybalds Marsh  TD 73  Mid-19th century

Coldred manor and rectory  TD 74-6  1807-1854

Croydon, Surrey  TD 77-103  1692-1855

Contents:
Including Bermondsey manor, Broadcombe, Croham Hurst, Croydon manor, Croydon Palace, Goathouse Farm, Park Hill, Poak Mead, Selhurst Farm, Waddon manor alias Waddon Court Farm. Includes map, mounted on wood, of Waddon manor, by John Ward, surveyor, 1692 (98).

Deal  TD 104-13  1788-1850's

Contents:
Including the manor of Deal Prebend. Includes map of north side of Deal Prebend, by Henry Hogben, 1788 (108).

Detling rectory  TD 114-15  1852, 1856

Dover  TD 116-50  1631-1860

Contents:
Including Bellasize, Buckland rectory, Charlton, Dover priory, Western Heights. Includes map of 'Gavelkind Lands' in Buckland, by William Boycot, 1631 (130).

Dover and Guston, Barton Farm  TD 151-5  1631-1861

Contents:
Includes maps by William Boycot, 1631 (151-2).

Dunkirk, Hurstwood, and North and South Bishopsden Woods  TD 156-9  early 19th century-1857

Folkestone, Abbots Cliffe  TD 160  1806

Graveney, Nagden Marsh, estate of Sir Francis Head, bart., and the Rev. John Head, by Edward Randall of Canterbury  TD 161  1728

Contents:
Exhibited in a case in Chancery, 1808).

Guston manor alias Guston Court Farm  TD 162-4  1726-1854

Harbledown, Stock Wood and Shin Hill Wood  TD 165  19th century

Hardres, Upper, Stelling and Barham, Palmstead Farm  TD 166  1858

Hawkinge, Flegis Court  TD 167-9  1728-1852

Contents:
Includes map of Flegis Court Farm, by Jared Hill, 1728 (167).

Herne, glebeland of Reculver rectory  TD 170-1  1852, 1856

Herne and Hoath, Ford Park  TD 172  1858

Hernhill rectory  TD 173-4  1855, 1862

Hoath and Chislet, Shelvingford Manor Farm  TD 175-80  18th-19th century

Hougham, Farthingloe manor  TD 181-3  [1639]-1843

Contents:
Includes map by [William Boycot, 1639] (181). See also 351-3 below.

Kennington rectory  TD 184  1855

Lambeth, Surrey  TD 185-239  1620-1850's

Contents:
Including Bishop's Acre, Carlisle House, Chalcroft, Fifteen Acre, Float Mead, Lambeth manor, Lambeth Marsh, Lambeth Palace, Lambeth Wick, Prince's Meadow, Stangate, Strand alias Waterloo Bridge, Twenty-One Acre.
Includes maps by William Boycot, 1620 (220); Thomas Hardwick, 1784-8 (195, 197, 214, 222), and John Middleton, 1787 (189-90). Also a copy of the 1648 plan of Lambeth Palace, 1700 (216); plans for bridges over the Thames, surveyed by George Dodd, engineer, 1807-8, and by Charles Hollis, engineer, 1824 (TD 209, 229-31), and maps of the site for the Waterloo Church, c.1820 (237-8). See also 354 below.

Langley, Warehorn manor  TD 240  [1853]

Lewisham, Sydenham Common  TD 241  19th century

Leysdown rectory  TD 242  1854

Littlebourne, Littlebourne Down Wood, Pain's Wood, Littlebourne manor, and Pinewood  TD 243-6  1731-19th century

Contents:
Includes map of Littlebourne manor, by Jared Hill (244).

Lydden rectory  TD 247-8  1852, 1860

Lympne manor, by William Boycot  TD 249  1626

Marden rectory  TD 250  1861

Newington next Hythe, Combe manor, 1855, and Combe Wood  TD 251-2  19th century

Nonington, Curlswood Park, 1807, and Nonington rectory  TD 253-4  1861

Northbourne and Little Mongeham, Ashley Grange, 1806-60, and Northbourne Almonry  TD 255-62  1651, 1854

Norwood, Surrey  TD 263-7  1810-1848

Oxney rectory  TD 268  1855

Reculver and Wingham, Dambridge and Lords Lands  TD 269  1858

River, Coperland, 1855, River rectory  TD 270-2  1855; 1860

Ruckinge, Maison Dieu Brook  TD 273-4  1852

St. Lawrence and St. Peters, Thanet, Newland Grange, 1775, 1859. Plan of glebe, by John Hart of Canterbury, 1775 (275)  TD 275-6  [n.d.]

St. Margaret at Cliffe, Reach manor and St. Margaret's rectory, and South Foreland light house  TD 277  early 19th century-1861

St. Nicholas at Wade, rectory  TD 286  19th century

St. Nicholas at Wade and Ash, Fleet Farm, by Thomas and Henry Hogben  TD 287  1764

Sellinge rectory  TD 288-9  19th century

Sholden rectory  TD 290-305  1784, 1852

Sibertswold, Sibertswold rectory, 1854-1861, and West Court manor  TD 306-14  1668-[1860]

Contents:
Includes copy of 1668 map of West Court manor by Humfrey Bedo of Ash surveyor (311).

Sibertswold, Lydden and Wootton, Shepherdswell House  TD 315  18th century

Stalisfield rectory  TD 316  1860

Stourmouth and Chislet, Northcourt Farm  TD 317  1861

Sutton, East, rectory  TD 318  early 19th century

Sutton Valence, Chart Sutton and Langley, Warehorn manor  TD 319-23  1819-1858

Tilmanstone rectory, 1853-1860, and vicarage house  TD 324-8  18th century

Tonge rectory  TD 329  1860

Waldershare, Southwood  TD 330  1854

Walmer rectory  TD 331  mid-19th century

Waltham and Elmsted rectories  TD 332  1852

Westerham, Red Hills and Madge Hills, 1732 (1772 copy)  TD 333  [n.d.]

Westwell and Challock, Church Wood, Longbeech Wood, Westwell rectory  TD 334-7  early 19th century-1855

Whitfield, rectory  TD 338  1855

Womenswold, Woolwich Wood  TD 339-40  1809, 1852

Worth, Worth Minnis  TD 341-9  1846-1860

Wye, Crophill tithes  TD 350  1857

Hougham, includes Farthingloe manor, 1860-1, and Hougham rectory  TD 351-3  1855

Lambeth Palace, Surrey, 1750, by [James Reeves of Lambeth]  TD 354  [n.d.]

RENTALS  AA/EDT/T/E  [n.d.]

Contents:
AA/EDT/T/E/1-43 The rentals refers to all the archiepiscopal estates, excluding for the most part of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend for which there are separate rentals (AA/EDT/T/E/51-62). Most of the rentals are arranged in alphabetical order of the estates and include brief details of the premises, lessees, and rents.
AA/EDT/T/E/44-62 Rentals of individual estates

Rental  TE 1  1609

Contents:
'A Booke of rents, provisions of corne, weathers and hay as are yeerlye payable out of the Landes of the Archbishop of Canterburye', 1609.
Cover: part of a bargain and sale of Leighton Wood in Streatham, Surrey, by Thomas Forth of Streatham to John and Matthew, sons of Giles Howland, citizen and grocer of London, December 1597.
8 ff.

Rental  TE 2  1667

Contents:
Cover: lease for 21 years of Selhurst Great Dagnells, Surrey, by Archbishop Juxon to Francis Torlesse of Thames Ditton, Surrey, gent., 23 March 1661.
18 ff. (ff.9-18 blank).

Rental  TE 3  c.1667

Contents:
Includes note of improved values in 1663/4 noted in the 'Precedent Book' (TL 2), dates of the leases, and of their renewal from 1667-70.
14 ff.

Rentals  TE 4  1670-1675

Contents:
56 ff

Rentals  TE 5  1675-1682

Contents:
72 ff

Rentals  TE 6  1677-1680

Contents:
Rentals for 1677-8 (ff.1-12), and 1679-80 (ff.14-21).
48 ff. (ff.22-48 blank).

Rentals  TE 7  1682-1692

Contents:
Includes a rental of Deal tenements arranged in alphabetical order of the tenants, c.1686 (ff.81-9). 91 ff

Rentals  TE 8  1692-1703

Contents:
93 ff

Rentals  TE 9  1703-1713

Contents:
90 ff

Rentals  TE 10  1713-1722

Contents:
92 ff

Rentals  TE 11  1722-1739

Contents:
105 ff

Rentals  TE 12  1739-1758

Contents:
116 ff

Rentals  TE 13  1777-1794

Contents:
113 ff

Rentals  TE 14  1804

Contents:
Draft. 19 ff.

Rentals  TE 15  1804

Contents:
19 ff.

Rentals  TE 16  1808

Contents:
Rental of the manors of Boughton, Chislet, Littlebourne, Reculver and Westgate, Kent, with note of arrears, 1808.
41 ff.

Rentals  TE 17  1808-1809

Contents:
Includes out-letters of William Young and William James, surveyors, May 1809-March 1810 (ff.33-6), and chronological account of receipt of rents, May 1809-January 1810 (ff.22-7). Similar accounts of receipts feature in the annual rentals, 1809-33 (TE 18-42). iii + 48 ff.

Rentals  TE 18  1809-1810

Contents:
Includes copies of out-letters as above, May 1810-February 1811. ii + 48

Rentals  TE 19  1810-1811

Contents:
ii + 50 ff

Rentals  TE 20  1811-1812

Contents:
ii + 50 ff

Rentals  TE 21  1812-1813

Contents:
ii + 49 ff

Rentals  TE 22  1813-1814

Contents:
ii + 50 ff

Rentals  TE 23  1814-1815

Contents:
ii + 51 ff

Rentals  TE 24  1815-1816

Contents:
ii + 68 ff

Rentals  TE 25  1816-1817

Contents:
ii + 42 ff

Rentals  TE 26  1817-1818

Contents:
ii + 46 ff

Rentals  TE 27  1818-1819

Contents:
ii + 44 ff

Rentals  TE 28  1819-1820

Contents:
ii + 44 ff

Rentals  TE 29  1820-1821

Contents:
ii + 44 ff

Rentals  TE 30  29 September 1821-25 March 1822

Contents:
ii + 38 ff.

Rentals  TE 31  25 March 1822-29 September 1823

Contents:
Includes accounts of William Withall, receiver, with Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, October 1822-March 1823 (ff.37-8).
ii + 40 ff.

Rentals  TE 32  1822-1823

Contents:
Includes the receiver's accounts, March 1823-February 1824 (ff.41-7).
ii + 48 ff.

Rentals  TE 33  1823-1824

Contents:
Includes the receiver's accounts, March 1824-April 1825 (ff. 44-54).
ix + 56 ff.

Rentals  TE 34  1824-1825

Contents:
Includes list of leases sealed, September 1825-March 1826 (ff.i-iv), and the receiver's accounts, March 1825-April 1826 (ff.44-51).
ix + 51 ff.

Rentals  TE 35  1825-1826

Contents:
Includes the receiver's accounts, April 1826-August 1828 (ff.44-50).
iii + 52 ff.

Rentals  TE 36  1826-1827

Contents:
Includes list of leases sealed, 1827 (ff.i-v) and receiver's accounts, April 1827-August 1828 (ff.45-52).
vii + 52 ff.

Rentals  TE 37  1827-1828

Contents:
Includes list of leases sealed, 1828 (ff.i-ix).
1xi + 41 ff.

Rentals  TE 38  1828-1829

Contents:
ii + 41 ff.

Rentals  TE 39  1829-1830

Contents:
ii + 35 ff.

Rentals  TE 40  1830-1831

Contents:
vii + 35 ff.

Rentals  TE 41  1831-1832

Contents:
viii + 37 ff.

Rentals  TE 42  1832-1833

Contents:
vii + 34 ff.

Rentals  TE 43  1860-1861

Contents:
25 ff.

ADDINGTON: Rentals of the manor of Addington, Surrey, transferred to the archbishop on the purchase of the estate in 1808. Rental of John Bardolf  TE 44  1339

Contents:
Fragment. 1 m.

ADDINGTON: Rentals of the manor of Addington, Surrey, transferred to the archbishop on the purchase of the estate in 1808. Extracts from the above  TE 45  16th century

ADDINGTON: Rentals of the manor of Addington, Surrey, transferred to the archbishop on the purchase of the estate in 1808.  TE 46  1344

Contents:
Fragment. 2 m.

ADDINGTON-RECULVER: Rentals  TE 47  1585-1817

Contents:
A volume of various rentals, comprising:
Rent roll of Addington Park, Surrey, 17th century (ff.1-2).
Rental of the manor of Appledore parsonage,Kent, drawn up at the court baron, 31 October 1781 (ff.3-4).
Rental of the glebeland of Blackburn rectory, 1585, and survey of Samlesbury, 1598 (copy), with an account of rents due to Cordelia Fleetwood, lessee of the rectory, 1682 (ff.5-6).
Rental of the manor of Boughton, Kent, 1601, and accounts of rent received, 1606-9 (ff.17-26).
Accounts of rents of the Archbishop's Palace, Canterbury, 1664, 1686, and rent rolls, 1762, 1784, 1793 (ff.27-32).
Rentals of Park Hill Farm, Croydon, Surrey, 1823, 1826 (ff.33-6).
Rentals of the manor of Lambeth, 1694, and of the buildings in Vine Street, Lambeth, Surrey, sublet to Agnes Bazing, John Field and John Lyon, 1817 (ff.37-42).
Rental of the manor of Reculver,Kent, late 16th century (ff.43-4).
44 ff.

CANTERBURY: Rental  TE 48  1786

Contents:
Rental of the estates of St. Gregory's priory in Canterbury, Bethersden, Elmsted, Nackington, Oare, Stalisfield, Waltham, and Westbere, Kent, August, 1786. Also includes surveys of Buckholt in Petham, Chislet, Reach manor in St. Margaret at Cliffe, St. Nicholas at Wade rectory, Sellinge rectory, 1790, and the sale of Folkestone rectory to Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 2nd earl of Radnor, [1800].
25 ff.

CROYDON: Quit rent roll for the manor of Croydon, Surrey, compiled by William Young, receiver general  TE 49  1797

Contents:
12 ff.

CROYDON: Draft of AA/EDT/T/E/49.  TE 50  1797

DEAL: Rentals  TE 51  1675, 1680


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax

DEAL: Rentals  TE 52  1695


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
Cover: part of the lease of Newland Grange, Kent, by Archbishop Sheldon to John Gillow, gent., 5 June 1674.
24 ff. (ff.10-24 blank).

DEAL: Rental  TE 53  1699


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
44 ff. (ff.13-44 blank)

DEAL: Rental  TE 54  c.1700


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
32 ff. (ff. 23-32 blank).

DEAL: Rental  TE 55  c.1701


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
45 ff. (ff.13-45 blank).

DEAL: Rental  TE 56  [1730]


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
37 ff. (ff.25-37 blank).

DEAL: Rental  TE 57  1737


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
Names of tenants amended until c.1746. Also includes accounts of rent received by John Westley of Deal, 6 October 1737, and of arrears, 1737-8. 41 ff. (ff.28-37 blank).

DEAL: Rental  TE 58  1738-1758


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
Yearly lists of tenants, with details of rents paid. Annotated.
56 ff.

DEAL: Rental  TE 59  c.1746


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
22 ff

DEAL: Rental  TE 60  1799


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
Draft. 16 ff

DEAL: Rental  TE 61  1806


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
43 ff. (ff.23-46 blank)

DEAL: Rental  TE 62  c.1825


Related information: For rentals of Deal, 1807-1813, see Estate Documents (ED 2036-41).

Contents:
Rentals of the tenements on the waste of the manor of Deal Prebend, Kent, arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, including details of the premises, the date of the previous lease, and amounts of the rent, fine, and, from 1799, of the land tax
Arranged in numerical order of tenements, numbered 1-498.
Index of lessees.
Draft. 62 ff. (ff.59-62 blank)

ESTATE ACCOUNTS  AA/EDT/T/F  [n.d.]

Contents:
Accounts of the archbishop's estates which supplement the series of accounts listed in Jane Sayers, Estate documents at Lambeth Palace Library. A short catalogue (1965).
Include:
AA/EDT/T/F/1-30 Accounts of the receiver general and other officials
AA/EDT/T/F/31-132 Audit Briefs: Annual statements of accounts and alphabetical abstracts of accounts prepared for the annual audit by the receiver general. For the purposes of these accounts, the finanical year ended on St. Andrew's Day (30 November), from 1696-1720, 1805-22, and at Michaelmas (29 September) during the intervening years. The year date given is that of the audit, not the overall coverage of the accounts.
AA/EDT/T/F/135-88 Vouchers: Vouchers comprising receipts for payments made by the receiver general and allowed at the annual audit.
AA/EDT/T/F/193-216 Quietus Rolls, 1674-1717.
Annual accounts, Michaelmas to Michaelmas, of the greenwax rendered by the bailiffs accounting for the issues of the bailiwicks, and allowed for the archbishop's liberties in Kent and Surrey on the pipe roll.
AA/EDT/T/F/217-27 Estreats of Fines, 1683-1827.
Estreats of fines for proceedings in the King's Bench, Common Pleas, the Exchequer and quarter sessions and issues from lands forfeited.
AA/EDT/T/F/228-9 Legal Accounts, 1781-1823.
AA/EDT/T/F/231-49 Accounts of individual estates
AA/EDT/T/F/250-3 Miscellaneous Accounts

Arrears Accounts  TF 1  1585-1589

Contents:
Receipts of arrears of rent by Peter Dobson, receiver general, 1585, 1587-9. For similar receipts, 1585-6, see CM V/27.
14 ff.

'Liber Receptoris'  TF 2  1642-1643

Contents:
Accounts of Walter Dobson, receiver general, including receipts of rents from the archbishop's lessees, expenditure on salaries, stipends and other constant charges against the income of the see of Canterbury, 1642-3, and account of arrears, 1642. The names of the lessees were amended at the Restoration.
12 ff.

Accounts  TF 3  Michaelmas 1642-Michaelmas 1643

Contents:
Annual accounts of Walter Dobson, including note of expenditure on the repair of Lambeth House, and payments to 'the Lieutenant of the Tower the usual composicion for the Archbishop Cant[erbury's] diet for one whole year ended att Christmas 1642 at 40s. the week' (f.15) .
Annotated by Archbishop Moore 'he [Dobson] was appointed receiver by the Parliament'.
22 pp.

Accounts  TF 4  Michaelmas 1643-Michaelmas 1644

Contents:
Annual accounts of Walter Dobson, similar to the above.
7 ff.

Accounts  TF 5  Michaelmas 1647-Michaelmas 1648

Contents:
Annual accounts of Arthur Squibb, receiver of the income of the former estates of the archbishop of Canterbury.
10 ff.

Accounts  TF 6  Michaelmas 1648-Christmas 1649

Contents:
Similar accounts of Arthur Squibb as above.
10 ff.

Account Book  TF 7  1663-1685

Contents:
Account boook of Ralph Snow, including receipts as treasurer, 1663-70 (ff.1-14), as receiver general, 1670-85 (ff. 24-59), and expenditure both of steward of the household, 1663-77 (ff. 128-63), and the receiver general, 1670-7 (ff. 73-81).
Entitled by Snow 'The Third Book'.
128 ff. (ff.15-23 blank).

Day Book  TF 8  August 1670-December 1679

Contents:
Chronological accounts by Ralph Snow, receiver general, of receipts (ff. 1-108), and of expenditure (ff.109-92).
Entitled by Snow 'The Sixth Book'.
192 ff.

Day Book  TF 9  December 1679-November 1704

Contents:
As AA/EDT/T/F/9 234 ff.

Accounts  TF 10  1689-1705

Contents:
Various accounts of Ralph Snow, receiver and collector of the revenue of the see of Canterbury after the suspension of Archbishop Sancroft, November 1689-July 1691. These include the receipt of rent, 1689-91, and of fines, 1701-5.
21 ff.

Accounts  TF 11  1691-1700

Contents:
Accounts of Ralph Snow, receiver general, including the receipt of rents, 1691-7, expenditure allowed at the audit, 1691-5, and payments to, or on behalf of, Archbishop Tillotson, 1691-5, and of Elizabeth, his widow, 1695-1700.
112 ff. (ff.64-77, 89-111 blank).

Accounts  TF 12  1694-1708

Contents:
Similar accounts of Ralph Snow, including the receipt of rents, expenditure, and payments to the archbishop, examined by Archbishop Tenison.
115 ff.

Accounts  TF 13  1720-1737

Contents:
Accounts of Richard Chicheley, receiver general, including receipts from rents arranged in alphabetical order of estates, from fines, the sale of timber, and from perquisites of the manorial courts, and statement of expenditure on constant allowances, such as stipends. Examined by Archbishop Wake.
135 ff. (ff.113-35).

Accounts  TF 14  1738-1759

Contents:
Accounts of Thomas Parry, receiver general, similar to the above, examined by successive archbishops.
136 ff.

Accounts  TF 15  1742-1791

Contents:
Various accounts of Thomas Parry, receiver general, including receipts from rents, April 1742-February 1743; accounts with both Gabriel Drayson, 1753-7, and John Middleton, 1759-67, concerning tenements in Deal, and accounts of the latter with Archbishop Moore, 1784, 1791. Also included is a summary of the balance of rents, 1760-87.
35 ff.

Day Book  TF 16  November 1747-March 1766

Contents:
Chronological accounts by the receiver general of receipts and expenditure.
143 ff.

Accounts  TF 17  1760-1779

Contents:
Accounts of the receiver general, similar to TF 13, examined by Archbishop Secker, 1760-7, and by Archbishop Cornwallis, 1769-79.
130 ff.

Receipt Book  TF 18  1773-1779

Contents:
Account of money received by John Sampson, receiver general, from rents, fines, and fees, April 1774-May 1779, and note of cash paid to Archbishop Cornwallis, October 1773-January 1774.
22 ff.

Book of Fines  TF 19  1779-1795

Contents:
Account of fines paid on the renewal of leases, with an index of lessees, 1779-95.
60 pp. (pp. 40-53 blank).

Day Book  TF 20  November 1780-April 1792

Contents:
As for AA/EDT/T/F/16.
87 ff.

Accounts  TF 21  June 1794-August 1802

Contents:
Accounts of William Young, receiver general, with Archbishop Moore.
10 ff.

Accounts  TF 22  1802-1812

Contents:
Various accounts of William Pettman, surveyor, for fees and fines paid to Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, 1802-12, and list of the number of leases renewed, 1794-1805.
67 ff.

Book of Fines  TF 23  June 1805-November 1806

Contents:
Account of leases sealed by Archbishop Manners Sutton, with details of premises, dates of payment, and amount of fine.
169 pp. (pp.16-169 blank).

Book of Fines  TF 24  June 1805-September 1812

Contents:
Tabulated lists of the estates in Kent, with names of lessees, rent, annual value, term of the lease, and amount of the fine, 1805-1812. Included is a table of fees charged on the renewal of leases
(f.1).
46 ff. (ff.89-135 ff blank).

Book of Fees  TF 25  June 1805-November 1826

Contents:
Account of leases sealed by Archbishop Manners Sutton, with note of fees and fines. Includes list of counterpart leases transferred to Lambeth Palace, 1806, 1810, and of concurrent leases granted to Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835), and still valid in 1813 (f.90). Also noted is the scale of fines and fees charged on the renewal of leases (ff.i-ii).
v + 135 ff. (ff.89-135 blank).

Book of Fines  TF 26  September 1828-August 1862

Contents:
Tabulated lists of fines similar to AA/EDT/T/F/24. Includes index of premises and lessees.
x1 x 159 ff.

Accounts  TF 27  February 1848-April 1851

Contents:
Accounts including briefs for stating the accounts at the annual audit by William Withall, receiver, accounts of Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, with a summary of the annual revenue of the see of Canterbury and account of the Archbishop Sumner with the Ecclesiatical Commissioners.
162 pp.

Accounts  TF 28  April 1851-July 1862

Contents:
Accounts of William Withall, receiver, including briefs for stating the accounts at the annual audit, and statement of the annual income of the see of Canterbury. Includes references to the accounts of Christopher Hodgson, receiver general (AA/EDT/T/F/29).
Examined by Arcbishop Sumner.
339 ff. (ff.310-39 blank).

Accounts  TF 29  April 1851-July 1863

Contents:
Accounts of Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, including cash accounts of Archbishop Sumner with the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and receipts from fines and the sale of wood, and expenditure on the administration of the see of Canterbury, 1851-62, details of which were not included in the above accounts (AA/EDT/T/F/28).
Examined by Archbishop Sumner. Included is a summary account of the latter's executors, 1863.
180 ff. (ff.52-180 blank).

Accounts  TF 30  Michaelmas 1860-Michaelmas 1861

Contents:
Annual accounts of William Withall, receiver, a copy of which was entered in AA/EDT/T/F/28, ff.280-309.
29 ff.

Audit Brief  TF 31  1695

Contents:
Alphabetical statement only.

Audit Brief  TF 32  1695

Contents:
Alphabetical abstract with brief statement of accounts.

Audit Brief  TF 33  1696

Audit Brief  TF 34  1697

Audit Brief  TF 35  1698

Audit Brief  TF 36  1699

Audit Brief  TF 37  1700

Audit Brief  TF 38  1701

Audit Brief  TF 39  1703

Audit Brief  TF 40  1704

Audit Brief  TF 41  1705

Audit Brief  TF 42  1706

Audit Brief  TF 43  1707-17

Contents:
Annual statements of receipts and expenditure prepared for the audit.
Drafts. 58 ff.

Audit Brief  TF 44  1720

Contents:
Draft

Audit Brief  TF 45  1721

Audit Brief  TF 46  1722

Audit Brief  TF 47  1723

Audit Brief  TF 48  1724

Audit Brief  TF 49  1725

Audit Brief  TF 50  1726

Audit Brief  TF 51  1727

Audit Brief  TF 52  1728

Audit Brief  TF 53  1729

Audit Brief  TF 54  1730

Audit Brief  TF 55  1731

Audit Brief  TF 56  1733

Audit Brief  TF 57  1734

Audit Brief  TF 58  1735

Audit Brief  TF 59  1736

Audit Brief  TF 60  1739

Audit Brief  TF 61  1741

Audit Brief  TF 62  1742

Audit Brief  TF 63  1743

Audit Brief  TF 64  1744

Audit Brief  TF 65  1745

Audit Brief  TF 66  1747

Audit Brief  TF 67  1748

Audit Brief  TF 68  1749

Audit Brief  TF 69  1750

Audit Brief  TF 70  1751

Audit Brief  TF 71  1752

Audit Brief  TF 72  1754

Audit Brief  TF 73  1756

Audit Brief  TF 74  1757

Audit Brief  TF 75  1758

Audit Brief  TF 76  1759

Audit Brief  TF 77  1760

Audit Brief  TF 78  1761

Audit Brief  TF 79  1762

Audit Brief  TF 80  1763

Audit Brief  TF 81  1764

Audit Brief  TF 82  1765

Audit Brief  TF 83  1766

Audit Brief  TF 84  1768. (3 August-29 September)

Audit Brief  TF 85  1769

Audit Brief  TF 86  1770

Audit Brief  TF 87  1771

Audit Brief  TF 88  1772

Audit Brief  TF 89  1773

Audit Brief  TF 90  1774

Audit Brief  TF 91  1775

Audit Brief  TF 92  1776

Audit Brief  TF 93  1777

Audit Brief  TF 94  1778

Audit Brief  TF 95  1779

Audit Brief  TF 96  1780

Audit Brief  TF 97  1781

Audit Brief  TF 98  1782

Audit Brief  TF 99  1783

Audit Brief  TF 100  1784

Audit Brief  TF 101  1785

Audit Brief  TF 102  1786

Audit Brief  TF 103  1787

Audit Brief  TF 104  1788

Audit Brief  TF 105  1789

Audit Brief  TF 106  1790

Audit Brief  TF 107  1791

Audit Brief  TF 108  1793

Audit Brief  TF 109  1800

Contents:
Draft

Audit Brief  TF 110  1801

Contents:
Draft

Audit Brief  TF 111  1802

Audit Brief  TF 112  1803

Contents:
Draft

Audit Brief  TF 113  1804

Audit Brief  TF 114  1805

Audit Brief  TF 115  1806

Audit Brief  TF 116  1807

Contents:
Draft

Audit Brief  TF 117  1808

Audit Brief  TF 118  1809

Audit Brief  TF 119  1810

Audit Brief  TF 120  1811

Audit Brief  TF 121  1812

Audit Brief  TF 122  1813

Contents:
Draft.

Audit Brief  TF 123  1814

Contents:
Draft.

Audit Brief  TF 124  1815

Contents:
Draft.

Audit Brief  TF 125  1816

Contents:
Draft.

Audit Brief  TF 126  1817

Audit Brief  TF 127  1818

Audit Brief  TF 129  1820

Audit Brief  TF 130  1821

Audit Brief  TF 131  1822. Year ending 25 March

Contents:
Includes statement of arrears of quitrent, 14 February 1823.

Audit Brief  TF 132  1830

Contents:
Includes note of corn rents and price of corn, 1829-30 (f.1).

Audited Accounts  TF 133  1777-1782

Contents:
Copies of the audit briefs and statements of the accounts audited by William Dickes, auditor.
48 ff.

Audited Accounts  TF 134  1777-1787

Contents:
Abstracts of the audit accounts and statement of arrears audited by William Dickes.
23 ff. (ff.12-22 blank).

Vouchers  TF 135  1655-1715

Vouchers  TF 136  1716

Vouchers  TF 137  1717

Vouchers  TF 138  1718

Vouchers  TF 139  1719-1720

Vouchers  TF 140  1721

Vouchers  TF 141  1722

Vouchers  TF 142  1723

Vouchers  TF 143  1724

Vouchers  TF 144  1725

Vouchers  TF 145  1726

Vouchers  TF 146  1727

Vouchers  TF 147  1728

Vouchers  TF 148  1729

Vouchers  TF 149  1730

Vouchers  TF 150  1731

Vouchers  TF 151  1732

Vouchers  TF 152  1733

Vouchers  TF 153  1734

Vouchers  TF 154  1735

Vouchers  TF 155  1736

Vouchers  TF 156  1737

Vouchers  TF 157  1738-1739

Vouchers  TF 158  1740

Vouchers  TF 159  1741

Vouchers  TF 160  1742

Vouchers  TF 161  1743

Vouchers  TF 162  1744

Vouchers  TF 163  1745

Vouchers  TF 164  1746

Vouchers  TF 165  1747

Vouchers  TF 166  1748

Vouchers  TF 167  1749

Vouchers  TF 168  1753

Vouchers  TF 169  1754

Vouchers  TF 170  1755

Vouchers  TF 171  1757

Vouchers  TF 172  1758

Vouchers  TF 173  1759

Vouchers  TF 174  1760

Vouchers  TF 175  1761

Vouchers  TF 176  1762

Vouchers  TF 177  1763

Vouchers  TF 178  1764

Vouchers  TF 179  1765

Vouchers  TF 180  1766

Vouchers  TF 181  1767

Vouchers  TF 182  1768

Vouchers  TF 183  1769

Vouchers  TF 184  1770

Vouchers  TF 185  1771

Vouchers  TF 186  1772

Vouchers  TF 187  1773

Vouchers  TF 188  1805

Corrodian Accounts  TF 189  1708-1739

Contents:
Lists of payments of corrodies and receipts by the brothers and sisters of the hospitals of St. John's, Northgate, Canterbury, and St. Nicholas, Harbledown, Kent, 1708-39.
46 ff.

Tenths  TF 190  1694-1805

Contents:
Accounts of the collectors of tenths for the diocese and peculiars of Canterbury, 1694-1805, with letters about collections, 1707, 1710, and receipts for tenths received from the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 1783, 1791-2.
228 ff.

Quitrent Accounts  TF 191  1670-1812

Contents:
Various accounts of quitrent for the manors of Boughton, Chislet, Littlebourne, Reculver and Westgate, Kent, 1783-1812 (ff.1-35); and for the manors of Appledore, Kent, 1766-81 (ff.40-1); Bekesbourne, Kent, 1670-1707 (ff.42-3); Croydon, Surrey, 1716-90 (ff.44-56); Lambeth, Surrey, 1788-9 (ff.57-9), and Reculver, Kent, 1716-22 (ff.60-5). Includes viscontile rents for the parish of Addington, Surrey, 1730, with notification to collect, 1731 (ff.36-9).
65 ff.

Perquisites of Courts  TF 192  1710-1787

Contents:
Accounts of the profits of the greenwax within the archbishop's liberties in Kent, 1710-17, and of the perquisites of the manorial courts of Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, Reculver and Westgate, Kent, 1730-7, and of Croydon, Waddon and Lambeth, Surrey, 1774-87.
17 ff.

Quietus roll  TF 193  1674

Quietus roll  TF 194  1680

Quietus roll  TF 195  1681

Quietus roll  TF 196  1682

Quietus roll  TF 197  1683

Quietus roll  TF 198  1684

Quietus roll  TF 199  1685

Quietus Rolls  TF 200  1686

Quietus Rolls  TF 201  1687

Quietus Rolls  TF 202  1688

Quietus Rolls  TF 203  1689

Quietus Rolls  TF 204  1690

Quietus Rolls  TF 205  1691

Quietus Rolls  TF 206  1707

Quietus Rolls  TF 207  1708

Quietus Rolls  TF 208  1709

Quietus Rolls  TF 209  1710

Quietus Rolls  TF 210  1711

Quietus Rolls  TF 211  1712

Quietus Rolls  TF 212  1713

Quietus Rolls  TF 213  1714

Quietus Rolls  TF 214  1715

Quietus Rolls  TF 215  1716

Quietus Rolls  TF 216  1717

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 217  1683

Contents:
7 mm.

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 218  1823

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 219  1824

Contents:
3 mm.

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 220  1825

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 221  1826

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Kent  TF 222  1827

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of Fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Surrey  TF 223  1823

Contents:
12 mm.

Estreat of Fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Surrey  TF 224  1824

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of Fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Surrey  TF 225  1825

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of Fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Surrey  TF 226  1826

Contents:
2 mm.

Estreat of Fines: Liberty of the Archbishop in Surrey  TF 227  1827

Contents:
2 mm.

Accounts of trust funds resulting from the sale of estates belonging to the see of Canterbury  TF 228  1781-1826

Contents:
20 ff.

Accounts  TF 229  1797-1823

Contents:
Various accounts including legal expenses of Archbishop Moore with James Lambert of Bedford Row, Holborn, Middx., esq., 1797-8 (ff.1-4); accounts of Samuel Pepys Cockerell relating to the sale of the estate of the Rev. Abraham Blackborne at Fotheringhay, Northants. (ff.5-10); accounts of William James, surveyor, concerning the sale of Blackburn rectory, 1808-9 (ff.11-12); and accounts of Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, with Archbishop Manners Sutton, and his son, Francis, 1813-23 (ff.13-51).
51 ff.

Corn Prices  TF 230  1697-1816

Contents:
Records of the market prices of wheat, barley, oats and malt, 1697-1832. Included are references to the Bear Key Market, Thames Street, London, 1697-1708, and to Canterbury market, 1776-1816.
118 ff.

ADDINGTON: Bailiff's Accounts, Michaelmas  TF 231  1338

Contents:
The manorial accounts for Addington, Surrey, passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estate in 1807.
1 mm

ADDINGTON: Account  TF 232  1340-1344

Contents:
Accounts of the steward, 1340-1, and of the bailiff, August-September 1344.
3 mm.

ADDINGTON: Bailiff's Accounts  TF 233  early 14th century

Contents:
Fragment. 3mm.

BLACKBURN: Augmentation Accounts  TF 234  1693-1736

Contents:
Accounts of money received by the vicar of Blackburn, Lancs., from tenants in Thornley with Wheatley, Lancs., and from the farmer of the rectory of Blackburn, and its disbursement as augmentations to the curacies of the dependent chapelries of Darwen, Great Harwood, Langho, Low Church, Samlesbury, and Tockholes, certified by the curates.
22 ff.

CHISLET: Accounts  TF 235  1740-1750

Contents:
Annual accounts and vouchers of Peter Otger, gent, lessee of marshland in Chislet, Kent ('Six Parcels'), with his steward, William Jarvis, 1740-50. Included are lists of tenants with notes of their acreage and rents, and bills for the maintenance of the dykes for drainage.
98 ff.

CROYDON: Accounts  TF 236  1794-1893

Contents:
Vouchers of the steward of the manor of Croydon, Surrey, consisting of bills for the homage jury's dinner and court fees, July 1794-December 1893.
37 ff.

CROYDON: Accounts  TF 237  1796-1848

Contents:
Accounts of the clerk of the homage jury, March 1796-June 1848.
24 ff.

CROYDON: Accounts  TF 238  1854-1864

Contents:
Accounts of fees of the homage jury, June 1854-June 1864.
62 ff.

DEAL: Accounts  TF 239  1662-1831

Contents:
Various accounts of rents and fines from tenants in Deal, Kent, including:
Accounts of money received from tenants in Lower Deal, by John Crane, steward of the archbishop's courts in Kent, 1662-3 (ff.1-4).
Accounts of rents owing from tenants on the waste of the manor of Court Ash, by Richard Watts, and receipt of £10 from William Turney, receiver general, 'which is my service done in the time of the Late Lord Archbishop and appoynted to be paid by order of Sir Wm. Juxon, sole executor of my late Lords Grace', c.1664 (ff.5-6).
Accounts of rents from tenants of the manors of Court Ash and Deal Prebend at Lady Day 1666 (ff.7-10)
Lists of leases renewed, December 1698-July 1700, with accounts of fines received by Ralph Snow, receiver general, February 1689-July 1700 (ff.11-20).
Lists of tenants willing to renew their leases, with details of the improved rents, number of years since the previous renewal, and account of fines, 1737-69 (ff.21-91). Includes observations by [John Middleton of Deal] on the tenments, c.1757 (f.82).
List of rents from estates in the course of renewal, September 1805 (ff.92-3).
Accounts of fines and fees for renewing leases in 1805 (ff.94-5).
Accounts of fines received for the renewal of leases, by William Pettman, surveyor, and lists of arrears, 1806, 1815, 1816 (ff.96-111).
Accounts of ground rents and land tax received by John Mercer, agent for the archbishop's estates in Deal, and lists of arrears of rent, 1827-31 (ff.112-56).
156 ff

DEAL: Rate Book  TF 240  1716

Contents:
Account of the assessment of the poor rate levied on parishioners in Deal, 18 September 1716.
Copy. 20 pp.

LAMBETH: Accounts  TF 241  1825-1830

Contents:
Accounts of Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, of rents from estates in Stangate, Lambeth, Surrey, December 1825-August 1828, examined by Archbishop Manners Sutton, 1826-8, and by his son, Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835), 1830.
20 ff. (ff.8-20 blank).

LYDD: Accounts  TF 242  1842-1844

Contents:
Accounts of William Stringer with William Fuller Boteler, lawyer, and with Charles James Burton, vicar of Lydd, Kent, March-May 1842 (ff.1-6), and of receipts and expenditure of Stringer, March 1843-November 1844 (ff.82-65).
82 ff. (ff.7-64 blank).

ROCHDALE: Vouchers  TF 243  1799-1814

Contents:
Vouchers, comprising receipts for payment of land tax, poor rates, stipends of the curates and schoolmaster of Rochdale, by the lessees of Rochdale, rectory, Lancs., and the archbishop of Canterbury, 1799-1814.
327 ff.

ROCHDALE: Sales Accounts  TF 244  1811-1846

Contents:
Accounts relating to the sale of Rochdale rectory, 1811-27, including accounts of both the executors of Archbishop Moore, and Archbishop Manners Sutton and his trustees with Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, and accounts of Christopher Hodgson, receiver general, with Messrs. Dearden and Molesworth, solicitors, concerning the commutation of tithes in the townships of Spotland and Butterworth, Lancs., 1844-4.
94 ff.

WHALLEY: Augmentation Accounts  TF 245  1591-1729

Contents:
Receipts for payment of augmentations and stipends to the vicar of Whalley, Lancs, and to the curates of the dependent chapelries of Altham, Burnley, Church alias Church Kirk, Clitheroe, Clitheroe Castle, Colne, Downham, and Haslingden, 1591-1729.
174 ff.

WHALLEY: Augmentation Accounts  TF 246  1730-1757

Contents:
Similar receipts for payments of augmentations, as above, 1730-1757.
121 ff.

WROTHAM: Tithe Book  TF 247  1715-1747

Contents:
Tithe accounts of Thomas Curteis, rector and vicar of Wrotham, Kent, including account of tithes for Wrotham, Plaxtol, and Stansted, 1715, 1716, 1726; memoranda of tithe compositions and of payments in kind and cash, 1715-45; receipts for expenditure by Curteis, 1730-47, and note of profits of the rectory.
xii + 120 ff. (ff.59-98 blank).

WROTHAM: Tithe Book  TF 248  1715-1745

Contents:
Similar accounts by the same incumbent, including account of tithes, 1720, 1724-7, receipts, 1730-7, and memoranda of tithe compositions, 1715-45.
151 ff. (ff.10-165 blank).

WROTHAM: Tithe Accounts  TF 249  1715-1727

Contents:
Accounts of tithes of Wrotham, Plaxtol, and Stansted, 1715, 1716, 1725-7, extracted from the above tithe books (AA/EDT/T/F/247-8). 18 ff.

Accounts  TF 250  1783-1798

Contents:
Accounts of Messrs. Child and Co., bankers, with Archbishop Moore, April 1783-January 1798, including receipts and payments.
80 pp.

Accounts  TF 251  1784-1793

Contents:
Accounts of George Kipling with Robert Chester, receiver of tenths, 1784-90, and with Richard Richards, his successor, 1791-3, for tenths in England and Wales. The accounts refer to ledgers, and to the bankers, Messrs. Child and Co., and Messrs. Hoare.
Formerly numbered among the Church Commissioners records, CC 316,057.
88 ff. (ff.80-8 blank).

Accounts for the bailiwick of South Malling  TF 252  1475-1476

Contents:
Accounts of various ministers for Mayfield, including Mayfield Park and rectory; Ringmer, including Broyle Forest, More Park, Plashet Park, and Ringmer Park; Ranscombe, Southerham, and Stoneham in South Malling; Wadhurst, including Framfield, Frankham and Wadhurst rectory, Sussex. The account roll was deposited by the Wiltshire Record Office in Canterbury Cathedral Library, transferred it to Lambeth Palace Library in 1985. For similar account rolls for the same bailiwick, see: Jane Sayers, Estate documents at Lambeth Palace Library. A short catalogue (1965), p.31.
8 mm.

HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS  AA/EDT/T/G  [n.d.]

Contents:
AA/EDT/T/G/1-4 Domestic Accounts
AA/EDT/T/G/5-35 Accounts of Archbishop Potter, 1736-1747:
Vouchers and monthly statements of expenditure of the household of John Potter, archbishop of Canterbury, including receipts for food, sundry provisions and expenses, and for repairs to the archiepiscopal palaces at Croydon and Lambeth, 1736-47.
AA/EDT/T/G/37-42 Steward's Accounts, 1795-1821.
AA/EDT/T/G/43-55 Building Accounts for Addington Park and Lambeth Palace, 1829-1833.
Accounts and other records relating to the rebuilding of Addington Park by Henry Harrison, architect, and of Lambeth Palace by Edward Blore, architect, 1829-33.
AA/EDT/T/G/57-59 Household Inventories, 1896-1903.

Domestic Accounts  TG 1  1614-1788

Contents:
'Check rolls', or accounts of expenditure on wages paid to the archbishops' household servants and officials, 1614-1788, with account of liveries, 1614-63; receipts for the compositions of the office of housekeeper of Lambeth Palace, 1708-15, and of fees paid to Sir Peter King, Baron King (1725), for being 'of his Graces Council', 1709, 1712.
100 ff.

Domestic Accounts  TG 2  1628-1746

Contents:
Accounts of the archbishops' new year gifts to royal servants, 1628-1747, box money given to tradesmen, 1703-46, and of gifts to twelve prisoners in London jails at Christmas, 1739-46.
110 ff.

Domestic Accounts  TG 3  1615-1783

Contents:
Accounts of fees and gifts received by the archbishops' secretary and paid into the privy purse and of their distribution to the archbishops' servants and officials, 1615-1783.
68 ff.

Household Accounts  TG 4  1663

Contents:
Accounts for coal, wood and equipment for the dinner held to celebrate the translation of Gilbert Sheldon to the see of Canterbury, 1663.
12 ff.

Vouchers  TG 5  May 1736-April 1737

Contents:
Vouchers for Potter's last year as bishop of Oxford before his translation to Canterbury in March 1737.
151 ff.

Vouchers  TG 6  May-December 1739

Contents:
254 ff.

Vouchers  TG 7  January-April 1740

Contents:
301 ff.

Vouchers  TG 8  May-July 1740

Contents:
268 ff.

Vouchers  TG 9  August-October 1740

Contents:
215 ff.

Vouchers  TG 10  November-December 1740

Contents:
279 ff.

Vouchers  TG 11  January-April 1741

Contents:
295 ff.

Vouchers  TG 12  May-July 1741

Contents:
304 ff.

Vouchers  TG 13  August-October 1741

Contents:
206 ff.

Vouchers  TG 14  November - December 1741

Contents:
216 ff.

Vouchers  TG 15  January-April 1742

Contents:
296 ff.

Vouchers  TG 16  May-July 1742

Contents:
288 ff.

Vouchers  TG 17  August-October 1742

Contents:
305 ff.

Vouchers  TG 18  November-December 1742

Contents:
211 ff.

Vouchers  TG 19  January-March 1743

Contents:
320 ff.

Vouchers  TG 20  April-June 1743

Contents:
275 ff.

Vouchers  TG 21  July-September 1743

Contents:
244 ff.

Vouchers  TG 22  October-December 1743

Contents:
241 ff.

Vouchers  TG 23  January-April 1744

Contents:
316 ff.

Vouchers  TG 24  May-July 1744

Contents:
250 ff.

Vouchers  TG 25  August-October 1744

Contents:
269 ff.

Vouchers  TG 26  November-December 1744

Contents:
244 ff.

Vouchers  TG 27  January-March 1745

Contents:
269 ff.

Vouchers  TG 28  April-June 1745

Contents:
288 ff.

Vouchers  TG 29  July-October 1745

Contents:
292 ff.

Vouchers  TG 30  November-December 1745

Contents:
247 ff.

Vouchers  TG 31  January-March 1746

Contents:
276 ff.

Vouchers  TG 32  April-June 1746

Contents:
267 ff.

Vouchers  TG 33  July-October 1746

Contents:
285 ff.

Vouchers  TG 34  November-December 1746

Contents:
251 ff.

Vouchers  TG 35  January-March 1747

Contents:
290 ff.

Lambeth Household Accounts  TG 36  1766-1768

Contents:
Household accounts including a summary of expenditure and weekly abstracts of tradesmen's bills and quantities of provisions for the household of Archbishop Secker, December 1766-September 1768.
178 ff. (ff. 95-157 blank)

Accounts  TG 37  December 1795-September 1820

Contents:
Daily accounts of household expenditure.
46 ff.

Accounts  TG 38  February 1807-October 1816

Contents:
Daily accounts of money received by the steward of the household from Messrs. Snow & Co., the archbishop's bankers, and of the payment of tradesmen's bills.
45 ff.

Accounts  TG 39  April 1811-April 1813

Contents:
Daily accounts of payments to servants.
40 ff.

Accounts  TG 40  May 1813-August 1818

Contents:
Daily accounts as above.
93 ff.

Accounts  TG 41  January 1816-July 1821

Contents:
Daily accounts of expenditure on laundry and mending.
40 ff. (ff. 31-40 blank).

Accounts  TG 42  August 1818-September 1821

Contents:
Daily accounts of payments to servants and household expenses.
55 ff.

An Act for assisting the repairing, altering and improving Lambeth Palace belonging to the see of Canterbury, and the taking down and rebuilding some parts thereof, and the making additions to and altering and improving the Mansion House at Addington belonging to the same see, 10 George IV  TG 43-4  13 April 1829

Contents:
Two printed copies.

Account Books of Christopher Hodgson  TG 45-6  February 1829-April 1833

Contents:
Account of sums received and expended by Christopher Hodgson, esq., nominee appointed by the archbishops of Canterbury and York and by the bishop of London to account for expenditure on Addington Park and Lambeth Palace under the above Act, 1829-33.
The volume includes:
Accounts for Lambeth Palace, 1829-33 (pp.1-32).
Accounts for Addington Park, 1829-30 (pp.33-47).
Abstract of accounts, 1833 (pp.49-50).
Audited statement of both accounts, 1833 (pp.51-2).
Two copies. A further copy ses MS 1561.
90 pp. (pp.54-90 blank).

Cash Book  TG 47  1829-1830

Contents:
Cash book of A. Parr, clerk of the works at Addington Park, recording expenditure, notably on workmen's wages, authorised by Henry Harrison, the architect, 2 March 1829-4 September 1830.
Audited by Henry Harrison. Entitled 'A'.
275 pp.

Cash Book  TG 48  1830-1831

Contents:
Cash Book as AA/EDT/T/G/47, September-August 1831. Entitled 'B'.
275 pp.

Vouchers  TG 49  1829-1831

Contents:
Vouchers for expenditure by the clerk of the works at Addington Park entered in above cash books (AA/EDT/T/G/47, 48).
308 ff.

Vouchers  TG 50  1829-1831

Contents:
Vouchers for payments to tradesmen by Henry Harrison, numbered 1-94, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, pp.33-6).

Vouchers  TG 51  1831

Contents:
Vouchers for expenditure by Christopher Hodgson on behalf of Henry Harrison at Addington Park, entitled 'London Bills', August-September 1831, numbered 1-28, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, pp.37-8).

Vouchers  TG 52  1831

Contents:
Similar vouchers, entitled 'Country Bills', July 1831, numbered 1-12, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, p.29).

Vouchers  TG 53  1831

Contents:
Vouchers for expenditure by Richard H. May, the archbishop's house steward at Addington Park, on work superintended by him, July-September 1831, numbered 1-11, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, p.47).

Vouchers  TG 54  1829-1833

Contents:
Vouchers for building works at Lambeth Palace, February 1829-April 1833, numbered 1-274, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, pp.1-11, 32).

Vouchers  TG 55  1829-1833

Contents:
Vouchers for payments to tradesmen, July 1829-March 1833, numbered 1-238, and entered in Christopher Hodgson's account book (AA/EDT/T/G/45, pp.12-21).

Building Accounts for Bekesbourne Palace, Canterbury Palace and Ford Park  TG 56  1631-1632

Contents:
Accounts of expenditure on repairs to the archiepiscopal palaces at Bekesbourne, Canterbury, and Ford Park, November 1631-September 1632. Examined and signed by Archbishop Abbot in 1633.
Cover: part of a lease for 11 years by John Fotherby of the Precincts, Canterbury, to Matthew Parker, esq., of Iwade rectory, Kent, late 16th century.
8 ff.

Inventory of Addington Park  TG 57  1896

Contents:
Inventory compiled by Messrs. Arber, Rutter and Waghorn, valuers and surveyors, on the death of Archbishop Benson, December, 1896.
Index. 360 ff.

Inventory of Lambeth Palace  TG 58  1896

Contents:
Similar inventory by the same surveyors, for Lambeth Palace, 1896.
Index. 361 ff.

Inventory of the Old Palace, Canterbury  TG 59  1903

Contents:
Inventory compiled by Messrs. Arber, Rutter, Waghorn and Brown, auctioneers and estate agents, on the death of Archbishop Temple, January 1903.
174 ff. (ff.83-174 blank).

COURT ROLLS  AA/EDT/T/H/1-61  [n.d.]

Contents:
Court rolls for the manors in Kent. The main series of courts in in the Estate Documents. See Jane Sayers, Estate Documents in Lambeth Palace Library. A Catalogue (1965).

Admissions  TH 1  1660-1746

Contents:
Extracts from Kent court rolls of admission of copyholders in the manors of Boughton, 1660-9, 1737-46, Chislet, 1660-9, Combe, 1664, Deal, 1662-8, Littlebourne, 1660-9, Shelvingford, 1661, Sibertswold, 1661, Satmore, 1664, and Westgate, 1660-9.
35 ff.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 2  1713-1722

Contents:
27 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 3  1737

Contents:
8 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 4  1738

Contents:
9 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 5  1739

Contents:
7 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 6  1740

Contents:
7 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 7  1741

Contents:
7 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 8  1742

Contents:
5 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 9  1743

Contents:
5 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 10  1744

Contents:
6 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 11  1745

Contents:
6 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 12  1746

Contents:
6 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 13  1747

Contents:
7 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 14  1748

Contents:
6 mm.

Court roll: Courts and views at Boughton, Chislet, Deal Prebend, Littlebourne, and Westgate, Kent.  TH 15  1750

Contents:
4 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 16  1285

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 17  1292-3, 1295-8

Contents:
Including Waldingham, 1292.
9 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 18  1294

Contents:
2 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 19  1313

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 20  1315-1316

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 21  1316-1318

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 22  1318-1326

Contents:
5 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 23  1321

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 24  1327-45

Contents:
Including hallmoot, 1343, and Keston, 1338, 1344. 15 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 25  1336

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 26  1349-75

Contents:
Including Keston, 1361.
16 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 27  1358-1359

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 28  1368, 1407

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 29  1371-1390

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 30  1379

Contents:
(Fragment).
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 31  1398

Contents:
1 m.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 32  1430-1438

Contents:
Including Keston.
5 mm.

ADDINGTON, Surrey: Court rolls for the manors of Addington which passed to the archbishop on the purchase of the estates by Archbishop Manners Sutton in 1808.  TH 33  1510

Contents:
2 ff.

BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Kent: Court roll for the manor of Boughton  TH 34  1722-1736

Contents:
7 mm.

BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Kent: Court papers  TH 35  1737-1748

Contents:
Papers of the manorial court some of which were fair-copied on to the court rolls (AA/EDT/T/H/3-14). Included are warrants to the constable to hold the courts, lists of tenants, and quitrent accounts.
194 ff.

CANTERBURY, Kent: Court roll for the Archbishop's Palace  TH 36  1404-1406

Contents:
8 mm.

CANTERBURY, Kent: Court roll for Westgate manor  TH 37  1722-1736

Contents:
7 mm.

CANTERBURY, Kent: Court papers for Westgate manor  TH 38  1737-1746

Contents:
Papers of the manorial court, similar to AA/EDT/T/H/35.
185 ff.

CHISLET, Kent: Court roll for the manor of Chislet  TH 39  1722-1736

Contents:
7 mm.

CHISLET, Kent: Court papers  TH 40  1737-1748

Contents:
Papers of the manorial court, similar to AA/EDT/T/H/35.
170 ff.

CROYDON, Surrey: Minute Book  TH 41  11 October 1582-19 April 1722

Contents:
Minute Book of the homage jury of the manor of Croydon, 1582-1722, recording presentments and other business.
xvi + 530 pp.

CROYDON, Surrey: Minute Book of the homage jury  TH 42  2 July 1723-20 May 1834

Contents:
Minute Book of the homage jury of the manor of Croydon, 1582-1722, recording presentments and other business.
485 pp.

CROYDON, Surrey: Minute Book of the homage jury  TH 43  20 May 1835-6 July 1868

Contents:
Minute Book of the homage jury of the manor of Croydon, 1582-1722, recording presentments and other business.
xiv + 244 pp. (pp.xiv + 132-244 blank).

CROYDON, Surrey: Index to the minute books (AA/EDT/T/G/41-43)  TH 44  [n.d.]

Contents:
220 ff.

CROYDON, Surrey: Admissions of copyholders  TH 45  1764-1840


Related information: Card index of persons.

Contents:
4 items.

CROYDON, Surrey: Conditional and absolute surrenders of copyhold estates  TH 46  1703-1841


Related information: Card index of persons.

Contents:
227 items.

CROYDON, Surrey: Letters of attorney to receive admissions or surrenders of the copyholders  TH 47  1742-1850

Contents:
23 items.

CROYDON, Surrey: Licences to demise copyhold estates  TH 48  1798, 1826

Contents:
2 items.

CROYDON, Surrey: Appointments of deputy steward  TH 49  1764, 1823

Contents:
2 items.

Waddon: Admissions of copyholders of the manor of Waddon  TH 50  1706-1848

Contents:
3 items.

Waddon: Surrenders of copyhold estates  TH 51  1760-1848

Contents:
14 items.

DEAL, Kent: Court papers for of Deal Prebend  TH 52  1737-48

Contents:
Papers of the manorial court, similar to AA/EDT/T/H/35.
71 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Courts and views  TH 53  1757-1861

Contents:
24 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Admissions of copyholders  TH 54  1590, 1649

Contents:
2 items.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Conditional and absolute surrenders of copyhold estates  TH 55  1704-1859

Supplementary information: Card index of persons

Contents:
317 items

LAMBETH, Surrey: Letters of attorney to receive admissions and surrenders, 1703-1850, and licence to demise copyhold  TH 56  1707

Contents:
107 items.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Acknowledgements of satisfactions on conditional surrenders, and warrants to enrol on the court roll  TH 57  1808-1859

Contents:
65 items.

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent: Court roll for Littlebourne manor  TH 58  1723-1736

Contents:
4 mm.

LITTLEBOURNE, Kent: Court papers  TH 59  1737-1748

Contents:
Court papers for the manor of Littlebourne, similar to AA/EDT/T/H/35.
80 ff.

RECULVER, Kent: Court roll for Reculver  TH 60  1722-1736

Contents:
4 mm.

RECULVER, Kent: Court papers  TH 61  1737-1822

Contents:
Court papers for the manor of Reculver similar to AA/EDT/T/H/35. No papers, 1746-1821.
71 ff.

RECORDS OF APPOINTMENT OF OFFICIALS  AA/EDT/T/K  [n.d.]

Contents:
Records of the appointment of officials involved in the administration of the estates. The appointments were normally granted for life, though a few were limited to 'the archbishop's pleasure'. The patents were usually recorded in the registers of leases (TB). For a list of all the officials, some of whose appointments are not recorded in the patents below, see Appendix.

Book of Patents  TK 1  c.1673

Contents:
Book of patents of officials compiled by [Ralph Snow, receiver general], c.1673. For contents of missing pages 1-8, see AA/EDT/T/K/2.
pp.9-272 (pp.38-271 blank).

Book of Patents  TK 2  c.1710

Contents:
Book of patents transcribed for Ralph Snow from AA/EDT/T/K/1, with copies of patents added until c.1710.
Includes terrier of Kennington glebe, Kent, 1630, and report by Ralph Snow on the claim of the vicar of Kennington, to an annual rent of 40/-, 1706 (pp.140-3).
xviii + 212 pp. (pp.182-204 blank).

Appointment as auditor by Archbishop Juxon of John Phelips, esq., of the archbishop's household, 29 November 1660, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 3  29 March 1661

Appointment by Archbishop Wake of John Catlin of the archbishop's household, 20 March 1732, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 4  15 May 1732

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Sheldon of Ralph Snow, gent., of the archbishop's household, 26 August 1670, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 5  6 September 1670

Receiver General: Appointment by letters patent of William and Mary of Ralph Snow, receiver and collector of the temporalities during the vacancy following the suspension of Archbishop Sancroft  TK 6  1 August 1690

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Wake of Richard Chicheley, esq., 5 June 1721, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 7  24 June 1721

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Potter of Thomas Potter, esq., 2 August 1738, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 8  12 August 1738

Receiver General: A further appointment of Thomas Potter, 22 November 1739, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 9  26 November 1739

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Potter of Thomas Parry of Lambeth, gent., 17 October 1743, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 10  22 October 1743

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Cornwallis of John Sampson of Lambeth, gent., during the archbishop's pleasure  TK 11  7 April 1774

Receiver General: Appointment by Archbishop Moore of William Young of Chancery Lane, London, esq., during the archbishop's pleasure  TK 12  2 January 1794

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Kent: Appointment by Archbishop Sheldon of William Dolben of the Inner Temple, London, gent., 24 February 1675, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 13  3 [November] 1675

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Kent: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of Roger North of the Inner Temple, London, gent.  TK 14  19 February 1680

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Kent: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Tillotson of William Baber of Lincoln's Inn, London, gent.  TK 15  29 April 1692

Steward of the archbishop's manors in Kent: Appointment by Archbishop Laud of Francis Barton of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and of John Crane of Clifford's Inn, London, gent.  TK 16  24 November 1635

Contents:
The manors comprised in the patent were Bekesbourne, Boughton, Chislet, Combe, Deal Prebend, Hawkinge, Littlebourne, Reculver, River, Sibertswold, Sotmer and Westgate.

Steward of the archbishop's manors in Kent: Appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of William Verrier of Sandwich, Kent, gent., and John Turner, son of Thomas Turner of Canterbury, esq.  TK 17  12 August 1687

Contents:
The manors comprised in the patent were Bekesbourne, Boughton, Chislet, Combe, Deal Prebend, Hawkinge, Littlebourne, Reculver, River, Sibertswold, Sotmer and Westgate.

Steward of the archbishop's manors in Kent: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Tenison of William Verrier and William, his son  TK 18  1 November 1697

Contents:
The manors comprised in the patent were Bekesbourne, Boughton, Chislet, Combe, Deal Prebend, Hawkinge, Littlebourne, Reculver, River, Sibertswold, Sotmer and Westgate.

Steward of the archbishop's manors in Kent: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Tenison of John Paramor of Sandwich, Kent, gent.  TK 19  16 September 1713

Contents:
The manors comprised in the patent were Bekesbourne, Boughton, Chislet, Combe, Deal Prebend, Hawkinge, Littlebourne, Reculver, River, Sibertswold, Sotmer and Westgate.

Steward of the archbishop's manors in Kent: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Potter of John Westley of the Middle Temple, London, gent.  TK 20  4 June 1737

Contents:
The manors comprised in the patent were Bekesbourne, Boughton, Chislet, Combe, Deal Prebend, Hawkinge, Littlebourne, Reculver, River, Sibertswold, Sotmer and Westgate.

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Appointment by Archbishop Sheldon of William Dolben, esq., 24 February 1675, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 21  3 November 1675

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of Roger North, esq.  TK 22  24 February 1680

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Tillotson of William Baber, esq.  TK 23  29 April 1692

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Tenison of Lemuel Bradley, gent., of the archbishop's household  TK 24  2 May 1707

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Wake of Richard Chicheley, esg.  TK 25  29 November 1727

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Potter of Thomas Potter, esq.  TK 26  2 August 1738

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Herring of Thomas Parry of Lambeth, gent.  TK 27  29 March 1748

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Cornwallis of John Vernon of Lincoln's Inn, London, esq., during the archbishop's pleasure  TK 28  23 February 1774

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Moore of John Vernon, and John, his son, during the archbishop's pleasure  TK 29  14 June 1783

Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Moore of William Young, jun., of Gray's Inn, London, esq.  TK 30  8 October 1804

Bailiff of the manor of Croydon: Appointment by Archbishop Juxon of John Constable of Croydon, Surrey, and of William Constable of Wittingham, Sussex, yeomen, 12 November 1660, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 31  12 July 1661

Bailiff of the manor of Croydon: Appointment by Archbishop Wake of John Chamier, gent., and of Robert Martin, esq., both of Lambeth, Surrey, 19 February 1723, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 20 June 1723. Also counterpart.  TK 32-3  [n.d.]

Bailiff of the manor of Croydon: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Potter of John Chamier of St. Luke, Old Street, Middx., gent., and of Thomas Parry of Lambeth, gent.  TK 34  14 December 1743

Gamekeeper of the archbishop's manors of Lambeth, Croydon and Waddon: Appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of Ralph Snow, during the archbishop's pleasure, 16 December 1680. Amended by Archbishop Sancroft.  TK 35  [n.d.]

Custodian of the Horseferry, Lambeth: Grant by Archbishop Tenison to Ambrose Warren of St. James, Westminster, Middx., mathematician, and to Thomas Herne, son of Francis Herne of Pulham, Norfolk, farmer  TK 36  20 April 1715

Letters of attorney and warrants to officials authorising the collection of rents and arrears, 1703-37. Includes warrant to collect goods and chattels from sea wrecks in the archbishop's liberties in Kent in 1704 (AA/EDT/T/K/38). Receipts of payment were usually recorded on the warrants.  TK 37-50  [n.d.]

Collector of tenths in the diocese of Canterbury: Appointment by Archbishop Potter of George Upton of Canterbury, Kent, gent.  TK 51  4 February 1748

Contents:
Annotated with reappointment, 8 October 1759. (copy).

Collector of tenths in the diocese of Canterbury: Appointment by Archbishop Secker of Peter de Lasaux of Canterbury, gent.  TK 52  13 October 1766

Housekeeper of Croydon Palace: Appointment by Archbishop Abbot of Ralph Watts and George Upton, gents., 10 November 1630, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 53  26 November 1630

Housekeeper of Croydon Palace: Appointment by Archbishop Juxon of Ralph Watts ana of Paul Widdup (Widdop), gents., 8 June 1661, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 54  17 July 1661

Housekeeper of Croydon Palace: Appointment by Archbishop Tenison of William Stobbs, gent., and of Anne, his wife, 14 December 1705, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 55  14 July 1706

Housekeeper of Croydon Palace: Appointment by Archbishop Wake of Martha Gough, servant of the archbishop, 2 December 1734, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury  TK 56  5 December 1734

Papers on the archiepiscopal household  TK 57  1644-c.1828

Contents:
Papers concerning the housekeeper and other officials of the archiepiscopal household comprising:
Order of the Committee for Sequestrations of the Estates of Papists and Delinquents for Ralph Watts to continue as housekeeper, 20 February 1644 (ff.1-2).
Certificates of fees and perquisites of the housekeeper signed by William Sherman, Walter Dobson, Edward Leventhorp, and others, 1644 (ff.3-6).
Certificate of the allowances due to Francis Lovedale, gardener at Croydon Palace, c.1660 (ff .7-8).
Accounts by Ralph Watts and Francis Leigh (Lee) of the household of Archbishop Laud, c.1662-3 (ff.9-12).
Grant by Archbishop Juxon to Paul Widdup, housekeeper, of the Butchers Stalls, Butchers Row, Croydon, for the duration of his office as housekeeper, 16 May 1663, with copy (ff.13-15).
Papers on the claim by Paul Widdup for allowances as housekeeper, and opinion of Ralph Snow on the offices of housekeeper and gardener, 1664, 1686 (ff.16-25, 28).
Lease for 3 years by Paul Widdup to Andrew Pope, jun., of Croydon, shoemaker, and to Rose, his wife, of the Butchers Stalls, 1 November 1681 (ff.26-7).
Grant by Archbishop Sancroft to Edward Starke and John Davies, housekeepers, of the Butchers Stalls, 16 August 1687, with copy (ff.29-31).
'An account of the servants that came with Thomas [Tenison], Archbishop of Canterbury [1694], and those with him when he died', 1715 (ff.32-3).
Memorandum on the offices of housekeeper and gardener at Croydon Palace from the primacy of Archbishop Whitgift to that of Archbishop Tenison, by Ralph Snow, 1696 (ff.34-7).
Notes of wages and other perquisites due to William and Anne Stobbs as housekeepers, c.1705 (ff .40-1, 46-8).
Grant by Archbishop Tenison to William Stobbs of the Butchers Stalls, 27 March 1705, with copy (ff.38-9, 42-3).
Notes of allowances due to the gardener, c.1705 (f.49).
Petition of William and Anne Stobbs to Archbishop Wake to continue to be allowed all the perquisites of the office of housekeeper (annotated), with the latter's letter to Richard Chicheley, receiver general, notifying change in allowances, 5 January 1721. They were to be paid jointly £20 p.a. during the archbishop's pleasure. (ff.44-5).
Order of Archbishop Wake for the payment of £20 p.a. to Martha Gough, housekeeper, 2 December 1734 (ff.50-1).
Order of Archbishop Moore for the payment of £100 p.a. from the profits of the office of secretary to [Richard] Burn, his former secretary, 26 June 1789. Revoked, 6 June 1791 (ff.52-3).
List of the household of [Archbishop Manners Sutton], Charles Barton being noted as resident chaplain, early 19th century (f.54).
54 ff.

Counterpart lease for 3 years by Edward Starke, housekeeper, to Francis Fox of Housekeeper's Mead, Croydon, at an annual rent of £6  TK 58  31 October 1687

Housekeeper of Lambeth Palace: Counterpart of appointment by Archbishop Sheldon of Richard Brooke, gent.  TK 59  2 April 1673

PRECEDENT BOOKS  AA/EDT/T/L  [n.d.]

Precedent Book  TL 1  1608

Contents:
Precedent book for keeping the audit. Includes a copy of the notification of Richard Brigham, auditor, to officials to present their accounts, 4 September 1618, and list of auditors' fees 16[11]-23.
110 ff. (ff.5-8 blank).

Auditor Phelips' Precedent Book  TL 2  1663-1664

Contents:
Accounts of the revenue of the see of Canterbury, 1663-4, presented by John Phelips, auditor, to Archbishop Sheldon and subsequently given to Ralph Snow, receiver general, to be used as a precedent by him and his successors. Also recorded are the valuations of the estates: these were subsequently recorded in a near contemporary rental (AA/EDT/T/E/3).
Index of places.
vi + 36 ff.

LETTERS PATENT AND PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS  AA/EDT/T/M  [n.d.]

Contents:
Includes: AA/EDT/T/M/1-5 Letters Patent and Charters
AA/EDT/T/M/6-107 Parliamentary Papers

Letters Patent  TM 1  1452

Contents:
Letters patent of Henry VI to the prior and convent of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, confirming various privileges, jurisdictions and liberties enjoyed by the convent, 1 May 1452. See: Calendar of patent rolls, 1446-52, pp.574-5.
Mid-17th century copy certified by William Ryley, deputy keeper of the records at the Tower of London. 12 ff.

Charter  TM 2  1463

Contents:
Inspeximus and confirmation with clause licet of Edward IV to Archbishop Bourgchier of the inspeximus and charter of Richard II confirming earlier grants and privileges to the see of Canterbury, 15 April 1463. See: Calendar of charter rolls, 1427-1516, pp. 192-4.
Early 18th century copy certified by Richard Topham, keeper, and George Holmes, deputy keeper of the records at the Tower of London.
8 ff.

Letters Patent  TM 3  1561

Contents:
Letters patent of Elizabeth I to Archbishop Parker concerning the grant of tenths and impropriated rectories in compensation for lands taken on the voidance of the see, 12 July 1561. See: Calendar of letters patent, 1560-1563, pp.191-8.
17th century copy certified by William Rooke.
74 ff.

Letters Patent  TM 4  17th century

Contents:
Copies of letters patent comprising inspeximus and charter of Elizabeth I to Archbishop Parker confirming the possession of Lambeth House, 28 January 1573, and inspeximus of Charles II confirming the inspeximus of 15 April 1463 (AA/EDT/T/M/2), 31 October 1664.
174 ff. (ff.24-174 blank).

Letters Patent  TM 5  1691

Contents:
Letters patent of William and Mary granting to Archbishop Tillotson the income from the temporalities of the see of Canterbury, 30 November 1690-11 July 1691 following the suspension of Archbishop Sancroft, 22 October 1691.

Letter with a draft of a Bill for the improvement of wastelands, by Sir Francis Buller  TM 6  27 September 1794

Estate Acts  TM 7  1807-1824

Contents:
Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Acts, 47 Geo. III, c.128 (1807), 51 Geo. III, c.136 (1811), 1 Geo. IV, c.48 (1820), 5 Geo. IV, c.37 (1824).
Bound for Messrs. Forster, Frere and Forster, Archbishop Manners Sutton's solicitors, and later used by Christopher Hodgson, receiver general Annotated.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act  TM 8-14  1807

Contents:
Includes draft Bills, order to refer the petition to bring in the Bill to two judges, and Act.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act  TM 15-21  1820

Contents:
Includes petition of Archbishop Manners Sutton for leave to bring in a Bill, instructions for the Bill, draft Bills, and report of Sir John Bayly, bart. (1834), and of Sir James Alan Park, 30 May 1820 (draft).

Charitable Estates Bill  TM 22  1821

Contents:
Printed.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act  TM 23-7  1824

Contents:
Includes petition of Archbishop Manners Sutton for leave to bring in a Bill, draft Bills, and Act.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act 7-8 Geo. IV, c.50  TM 28-30  1827

Contents:
Draft Bills, and Act.

Episcopal and Capitular Estates Act, 14-15 Vict., c.104  TM 31  (1851)

Contents:
Printed.

BLACKBURN, Lancs: Starkie's Act, 36 Geo. III, c.81  TM 32  1796

Contents:
Act to enable the vicar of Blackburn to grant leases of the glebeland. Printed

BLACKBURN, Lancs: Act for regulating the market, and for paving the streets of Blackburn, 43 Geo. III, c.125  TM 33  1803

Contents:
Printed.

BLACKBURN, Lancs: Blackburn Church Bill  TM 34  1824

CANTERBURY, Kent: Canterbury and Whitstable Railway Bill as amended by the committee  TM 35  1826

Contents:
Printed.

CROYDON, Surrey: Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act, 20 Geo. III, c.57  TM 36  1780

Contents:
Act for the sale of Croydon Palace. Printed draft.

CROYDON, Surrey: Croydon Enclosure Act, 37 Geo. III, c.144  TM 37  1797

Contents:
Printed draft.

CROYDON, Surrey: An Act for rebuilding the court house and the Butter Market House, and for providing an additional burial ground, 46 Geo. III, c.130  TM 38-9  1806

Contents:
Two printed copies.

DEAL, Kent: New Deal Fresh Water Act, 13 Wm. III, no. 22  TM 40  1702

Contents:
Contemporary copy.

DEAL, Kent: Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act  TM 41-2  1811

Contents:
Act for enabling the archbishop of Canterbury to grant building and repairing leases of estates at Deal and Cliffe: draft Bill, and Act.

DEAL, Kent: Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act, 53 Geo. III, c.209  TM 43-9  1812-1813

Contents:
Act to enable the archbishop of Canterbury to convey tenements at Deal to or in trust for his majesty for the public service. Includes petition of Archbishop Manners Sutton for leave to bring in a Bill, breviate, and draft report by Sir Archibald Macdonald, bart. (1813), and John Heath, judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1813, and draft Bill, and Act.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act, 17 Geo. III, c.49  TM 50  1777

Contents:
Draft Bill to enable the archbishop of Canterbury and Daniel Ponton, his lessee, to grant building leases.
Printed.

LAMBETH, Surrey: A Bill for better cleansing the streets in Lambeth  TM 51-2  1804

Contents:
Includes William Bazing, A letter to Peter Broadley, esq., in vindication of a Bill now before parliament for effecting certain regulations in the parish of Lambeth, 1804.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Petition of Archbishop Manners Sutton for leave to bring in a Bill to authorise the building of Stamford Street between Blackfriars and Westminster Bridge  TM 53  1806

Contents:
Draft.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Lord Thurlow's Estate Act, 49 Geo. III, c.175  TM 54  1809

Contents:
Act to empower Lord Thurlow's trustees to pull down Knight's Hill etc.
Printed.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Lambeth Burial Ground Bill  TM 55-6  1814

Contents:
Drafts of the Bill (printed), with letter from Thomas Evans, 18 May 1814.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Sir William East's Estate Act, 4 Geo. IV, c.26  TM 57-8  1823

Contents:
Act to enable Sir William East's trustees and other tenants under the see of Canterbury to join in grants of building and repairing leases with the archbishop of Canterbury of lands in Lambeth Marsh.
Two printed copies.

LAMBETH, Surrey: A Bill to authorise the building of a bridge in Belvedere Road  TM 59  1826

Contents:
Printed.

LAMBETH, Surrey: Sir William East's Estate Act, 1 Vict., c.30  TM 60  1837

Contents:
Act for confirming a partition of estates devised by Sir William East.
Printed.

LAMBETH and CROYDON, Surrey: Archbishop of Canterbury's Estate Act, 6 Geo. IV, c.47  TM 61  1825

Contents:
Act for enabling the archbishop of Canterbury and his successor to grant licences for building upon and improving the copyholds within the manors of Lambeth and Croydon.
Printed.

LEEDS AND LIVERPOOL CANAL: Leeds and Liverpool Canal Act, 34 Geo. III, c.94  TM 62  1794

Contents:
Printed.

LEVERTON, SOUTH, Notts: South Leverton Enclosure Act, 35 Geo. III, c.77  TM 63  1795

Contents:
Printed.

RIVER, Kent: River Enclosure Act, 47 Geo. III, c.31  TM 64  1807

Contents:
Printed.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Rochdale Market Act, 3 Geo. VI, c.58  TM 65-77  1822

Contents:
Includes draft Bills, resolutions of the committee sponsoring the market place in Packer Street, 23 March 1821, list of tenants of the vicar of Rochdale there, 1821; papers concerning an agreement with opponents of the above market scheme to bring in a Bill for a market in Yorkshire Street, 1821-22, with a map of site.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Rochdale Vicarage (Molesworth's) Estate Act, 8-9 Vict., c.19  TM 78-9  1845

Contents:
Two printed copies.

SADDLEWORTH, Yorks: Saddleworth Enclosure Act, 50 Geo. III, c.65  TM 80-2  1810

Contents:
Includes draft Bill with additional clauses, and observations of William James, surveyor, on the same.

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY: London and Dover South Eastern Railway Act, 6 Wm. IV, c.75  TM 83  1836

Contents:
Extracts.

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY: South Eastern Railway Extension Act, I Vict., c.93  TM 84  1837

Contents:
Printed.

SOUTH LONDON WATER WORKS: The South London Water Works Act, 53 Geo. III, c.155  TM 85-7  1810

Contents:
Includes Bill (annotated), and reasons for and against the same, 1810.
Printed.

SURREY AND KENT SEWERS: Surrey Sewers Act, 49 Geo. III, c. 183  TM 88-94  1809

Contents:
Includes draft Bill, various observations on the Lambeth sewers, 1809-10, and Joseph Qwilt, surveyor, A letter addressed to the Commissioners of Sewers, 1810; and amendment Act, 50 Geo III, c.144, 1810.

SURREY AND SUSSEX TURNPIKE ROAD: Surrey and Sussex Turnpike Roads Acts, 42 Geo. III, c.76, 1802, 58 Geo. III, c.76  TM 95-8  1818

Contents:
Includes draft clauses.

WATERLOO BRIDGE: Waterloo Bridge Acts  TM 99-106  1809-1818

Contents:
Includes draft Bills and Acts, 49 Geo. III, c.191 (1809), 53 Geo. III, c.184 (1813), 56 Geo III, c.63 (1816), and 58 Geo. III, c.28 (1818), and petition of David Jonathan of Lambeth opposing the repeal of certain clauses, 1812 (draft).

WHALLEY: Lady Sophia Charlotte Curzon's Estate Act, 39 Geo. III, c.80  TM 107  1799

Contents:
Act to effect the partition of Whalley rectory between the late Penn Assheton Curzon and Thomas Lister, Baron Ribblesdale.
Printed.

CASE PAPERS  AA/EDT/T/N  [n.d.]

Contents:
Legal proceedings relating to the estates and to the estate officials.

Case with legal opinion of Henry Dampier of the Middle Temple, knight (1813), on the liability of the archbishop of Canterbury to pay taxes on fines levied on the renewal of leases for lives.  TN 1  21 December 1805

Papers concerning the claim of William Young, to be receiver general, and steward of the archbishop's courts in Kent and Surrey, offices to which he had been appointed by Archbishop Manners Sutton's predecessor, Archbishop Moore  TN 2-35  1805-1807

Contents:
These include patents of appointment of the steward and receiver general, 1660-1804, statement of the case with legal opinions of Henry Dampier, Sir Vicary Gibbs, attorney general, and Spencer Perceval, former attorney general, 1805-7.

Case with legal opinion of William Henry Booth of Lincoln's Inn, London, on the validity of a sublease  TN 36  31 January 1812

Allen & Wakeman v Archbishop of Canterbury  TN 37-41  1817

Contents:
James Charles Allen and Thomas Wakeman, assignees of Thomas Harrison and William Hembrey, the archbishop's butchers v Charles Manners Sutton, archbishop of Canterbury: bankruptcy (King's Bench). Includes correspondence, 1813-17, draft of the case, writs, and brief, 1817.

Archbishop of Canterbury v Holtum  TN 42-57  1819

Contents:
Charles Manners Sutton, archbishop of Canterbury v Richard Edward Holtum of Hoath, Kent: debt (King's Bench). Includes accounts of timber sold to the defendant, 1816-19, correspondence, 1818-19, brief, legal opinion of Robert Vaughan Richards of the Inner Temple, case for the plaintiff, 1819, and award of William Fuller Boteler of Lincoln's Inn, 29 May 1819.

Case with legal opinion of Nicholas Conyngham Tindal, knight (1826), on the claim of the lessees of the archbishop of Canterbury in Kent for an allowance for the rate levied for building a new county jail in Kent  TN 58  2 July 1819

CROYDON, Surrey: Case with various legal opinions of Thomas Coventry of Lincoln's Inn on the fines to be levied on the admission of a devisee to copyhold estates in the manor of Croydon  TN 59-62  1834

DEAL, Kent: Attorney General v Archbishop Canterbury, etc.  TN 63-7  1694

Contents:
Attorney general for George Watson of Deal, Kent v John Tillotson, archbishop of Canterbury, and lessees of tenements in Deal: ownership of the Sea Valley in the manors of Court Ash and Deal Prebend (Court of Exchequer).
Includes copies of depositions and interrogatories, 1694, award of John Somers, Baron Somers (1697), Sir George Treby, and Sir John Holt, lord chief justice, 24 December 1694, and confirmation of the same, 22 February 1695.

LAMBETH, Surrey: King v Godfrey  TN 68-71  1806

Contents:
King v Amy and Saville Godfrey, boat builders of Lambeth, Surrey: encroachment on the common way, Stangate Dock, Lambeth (Surrey assizes). Includes To the worshipful the Company of the Thames Navigation the following pages are respectfully dedicated, by Edward Bent, 1804; memorial of Amy Godfrey to the lord mayor of London (draft), indictment (copy), and proposals for the defendant (draft) 1806.

Manners Sutton & Archbishop of Canterbury v Worthington etc.  TN 72-5  1813

Contents:
John Doe on the demises of Charles Manners Sutton, Viscount Canterbury (1835) and Charles Manners Sutton, archbishop of Canterbury v Edward Worthington, Richard Garment and others of Lambeth: ejectment for recovering part of the Float Mead Estate leased to Sir William East, bart., (King's Bench).
Includes copy of map of Float Mead, 1784, and of terrier of land leased to Thomas James, 1799, brief for the plaintiff, 1813 (draft), and agreement to withdraw the plea, 3 August 1813.

Archbishop of Canterbury v Jackson  TN 76-86  1819

Contents:
Charles Manners Sutton, archbishop of Canterbury v Thomas and William Jackson of Lambeth: committing waste on two acres of marshland in Lambeth on lease from the archbishop (Court of Chancery).
Includes briefs (draft), affidavits and orders in chancery, 1819.

Case with legal opinion of Thomas Jervis of the Middle Temple on compensation for part of Lambeth Wick purchased by the trustees of the Surrey and Sussex Roads for the new road from Kennington to Camberwell  TN 87-92  1819

Contents:
Included is an abstract of title to Lambeth Wick.

LAMBETH Surrey: The joint and several amswers of Sir William Clayton, bart., and Dame Mary, his wife, and other lessees to the bill of complaint of John Field of Lambeth, esq., concerning the lease of the Twenty One Acre Estate  TN 93  [1821]

LAMBETH Surrey: Budden v Wilkinson  TN 94-8  1894

Contents:
George Smeaton Budden and Harriet, his wife v Josiah Wilkinson: trespass on passage near 228 Westminster Bridge Road (Queen's Bench and Court of Appeal).
Includes plea, defence and transcript of the judgement of both Sir John Compton Lawrance, 13 February 1894, and of Sir William Baliol Brett, 1st Viscount Esher (1897), master of the rolls, 14 June 1894, and copy of the 72 year lease by the Commisioners of Westminster Bridge to George Wyatt and Hannah Brent, 11 June 1766.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Whitehead etc v Scholefield, etc.  TN 99-102  1731

Contents:
John Whitehead, James Gartside and Thomas Rhodes, sublessees of the tithes of Rochdale and the chapelries of Saddleworth and Butterworth v Ambrose and John Scholefield, John Bradbury and Edward Buckley, yeomen of Saddleworth: liability for the payment of tithes (Court of Exchequer).
Comprises bill of complaint, answers, interrogatories, depositions and decree, 1731, with copy of the letters patent of Henry VIII granting land in Saddleworth to Arthur Ashton of Friar Mere, 5 June 1543.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinions of Richard Hussey, attorney general to Queen Charlotte, and William de Grey, Baron Walsingham (1780), attorney general, and other lawyers, on the ownership of seats in the chancel of Rochdale church and on the right to levy tithes  TN 103-5  1769

Contents:
Included is a copy of the glebe terrier of Saddleworth, 1728.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinion of John Lee of Lincoln's Inn on the yeomanry seats and galleries in Rochdale church  TN 106  15 June 1770

Contents:
Copy.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinion of Richard Hussey on the liability of the tithe owners for payment of tithes and poor rate  TN 107-9  14 June 1770

Contents:
(Copy). Includes extract from the parliamentary survey of Rochdale, 1649.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Proceedings in Wakefield quarter sessions against parishioners for witholding tithes from William Buckley, farmer of the small tithes of Saddleworth  TN 110-18  1775

Contents:
Includes legal opinion of John Skynner, knight (1777), and Lloyd Kenyon, Baron Kenyon (1788), on the procedure for Buckley to adopt against tithe defaulters, 1775 (copy), and extract from Bishop Gastrell's Notitia concerning Rochdale and Saddleworth.

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinion of Sir John Nicholl, king's advocate, on the obligation of William Young, lessee of Rochdale, to reinstate the yeomanry seats in Rochdale church, 19 August 1799, with resolutions of the vestry  TN 119-20  5 February 1799

Contents:
Copy

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinion of Sir Thomas Plumer, solicitor general, on the procedure to adopt against tithe defaulters, 1809, with notice of William Young, lessee of Rochdale, and of the executors of Archbishop Moore to defaulters  TN 121-3  13 March 1810

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinions of John Bell and Richard Preston, both of Lincoln's Inn, on the amount of the fines due for the retrospective renewal of the lease of Rochdale rectory in consequence of the agreement to sell the estate  TN 124-5  1814

ROCHDALE, Lancs: Case with legal opinion of Charles Davidson of Lincoln's Inn on the right of the vicar of Rochdale to grant John Chadwick, a lessee, an easement of drainage  TN 126-7  1846-7

TERRINGTON, Norfolk: Legal opinions of George Hill, king's serjeant, and James Mansfield, knight (1804), on the claim of the lord of the manor of Terrington to portions of the common under the Terrington Enclosure Act  TN 128-9  1791

Contents:
Copy.

TILMANSTONE, Kent: Case with legal opinions of Sir Thomas Plumer and Anthony Hart, knight (1827), on the right of the vicar of Tilmanstone, Kent, to levy vicarial tithes and a moiety of the great tithes on the glebe  TN 130-1  April 1807

WESTWELL and CHALLOCK, Kent: Papers concerning the title of the archbishop of Canterbury to Longbeech Wood in Westwell and Challock, Kent, 1567-1588. Other records relating to this dispute are in Cartae Miscellanee.  TN 132  [n.d.]

Contents:
The papers comprise:
Writ of John Tufton and Hugh Cartwright, esq., to ascertain under oath answers to the attached interrogatories concerning Longbeech Wood, and return them to the exchequer, 12 February 1567 (ff.1-2).
Depositions of parishioners of Westwell and Challock to similar interrogatories, [1567-8] (ff.3-7). cf. CM 11/95.
'A remembraunce to enforme my L[ord] of Canterburie his grace of the tytle he hath to Longbeache Wood in Kent', probably written for Archbishop Whitgift, c.1585 (ff.8-9).
Answers of Sir James Croft, comptroller of the household, to the bill of complaint of Archbishop Whitgift, c.1585 (ff.10-15). cf. CM XII/46.
Bill of complaint of John Tavernor, surveyor of the king's woods, to William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, Sir Walter Mildmay, Sir Roger Manwood, and other barons of the exchequer, Trinity term, 1588 (ff.16-17).
Answers of Archbishop Whitgift to the above, [1588] (ff.18-20).
Copies of nine charters relating to grants of woodland in and near Longbeech Wood to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, 13th century, and to Alexander Havekin, clerk, 1362 (ff.21-38). For the originals of some of these charters, see CM VI/125, 141, 146; X/128; XII/47.
38 ff.

LAMBETH ENCLOSURE PAPERS  AA/EDT/T/O  [n.d.]

Lambeth Enclosure Minutes  TO 1  1806-1808

Contents:
Minutes of the proceedings of the Enclosure Commissioners, William Frere, barrister, Abraham Purshouse Driver and John Middleton, both surveyors, May 1806-October 1808, with copies of the Enclosure Acts, 41 Geo. III, c. 109 (1801) and 46 Geo. III, c. 57, 1806, of letters of Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, October 1806-November 1808, and abstract of accounts, May 1806-October 1807.
Index of correspondents.
xxv + 151 + 75 pp.

Enclosure Acts: A Bill for enclosing lands within the manor of Lambeth, Surrey, 46 Geo. III, with amendments  TO 2  1806

Contents:
Printed

Enclosure Acts: Petitions of tenants to the House of Commons against the Bill.  TO 3  1806

Contents:
Copy 5 ff.

Enclosure Acts: Brief for the Bill: facts and observations illustrating the opposition to the same  TO 4  [March-April 1806]

Contents:
5 ff.

Enclosure Acts: An Act for enclosing lands in the manor of Lambeth, Surrey, 46 Geo. III, c. 57, royal assent  TO 5-7  23 May 1806

Contents:
Three annotated printed copies

Enclosure Acts: A Bill to repeal and amend sections of the Lambeth Enclosure Act, [1821], with two copies of the Act, 1-2 Geo. IV, c. 55  TO 8-10  1821

Contents:
Printed.

Enclosure Acts: Index to the 1801 and 1806 Enclosure Acts.  TO 11  [n.d.]

Contents:
6 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Details of admissions of copyholders extracted from the Lambeth court rolls  TO 12  17th-18th century

Contents:
43 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Index of surrenders recorded in the Lambeth court rolls, arranged in chronological order and including details of premises  TO 13  1635-1807

Contents:
Draft. 68 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Lists of presentments for trespass extracted from the Lambeth court rolls  TO 14  1661-1804

Contents:
8 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Presentments for encroachment on the waste of the manor  TO 15  24 April 1804

Contents:
Copy. 7 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: List of copyholders, with an index of tenants  TO 16  c.1805

Contents:
Annotated draft. 20 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Alphabetical list of copyholders with details of, and observations on, the premises, previous tenants and reference to the Lambeth court rolls  TO 17  c.1806

Contents:
20 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Claims for allotments or compensation by copyholders  TO 18  1806-8

Contents:
Numbered 1-160

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Abstract of claims arranged in alphabetical order of tenants, c.1806, with note of subsequent acceptance or disallowance of the claim.  TO 19  [n.d.]

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: List of claims arranged according to various categories  TO 20  c.1806

Contents:
Draft. 4 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Case with legal opinion of William Frere, solicitor, on rights to common and customs of the manor  TO 21  26 January 1807

Contents:
11 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Case with legal opinion of Sir Vicary Gibbs, attorney general, on claims to rights to common, pasture and firewood  TO 22  26 March 1807

Contents:
4 ff.

Claims under the Enclosure Act, 1806: Note of applicants for purchasing parts of the common land before  TO 23  20 August 1807

Contents:
4 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: An Act for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the River Thames... to Mitcham, 41 Geo. III  TO 24  1801

Contents:
Printed.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Petition of the Canal Company to the lord chancellor for authorisation to pay the sum assessed by the jury as compensation to the archbishop for loss of rights to common  TO 25  10 December 1806

Contents:
4 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Affidavit of Benjamin Currey, clerk to Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, concerning rights to common and the failure of the Canal Company to treat with individual tenants over compensation  TO 26  16 December 1806

Contents:
Office copy

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Affidavit of Edward William Tawney and Abraham Purshouse Driver, surveyors, on the value of land at the Washway (Washway Green)  TO 27  24 December 1806

Contents:
Office copy. 4 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Affidavit of John Middleton, surveyor, concerning that part of the Washway in the tenure of Christopher Chryssell Hall  TO 28  19 January 1807

Contents:
Office copy. 4 ff

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Order of chancery authorising payment of the purchase money  TO 29  24 February 1807

Contents:
Office copy. 23 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Case for legal opinion of Sir Vicary Gibbs on the land purchased by the Canal Company.  TO 30  [1807]

Contents:
12 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Conveyance by lease (missing) and release by the Enclosure Commissioners to John Miles of Bishopsgate Street, London, gent., of fifteen acres of land, parts of Rush Common and the Washway, [30]  TO 31  31 March 1807

Contents:
Attested copy. 3 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Mortgage of the above premises with the Enclosure Commissioners  TO 32  31 March 1807

Contents:
6 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Memorandum of agreement between the Enclosure Commissioners and John Miles about the land subject to purchase by the Canal Company, with option of Christopher Chryssell Hall to purchase the latter, 31 March, annotated by Miles  TO 33  17 April 1807

Contents:
2 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Petition of Christopher Chryssell Hall and other tenants of the manor to the lord chancellor about compensation for their rights to common in the lands purchased by the Canal Company  TO 34  10 April 1807

Contents:
2 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Petition of the Canal Company to the lord chancellor for rehearing their petition for authorisation to pay the purchase money  TO 35  8, 9 May 1807

Contents:
4 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Order in chancery discharging the order requesting payment of the purchase money  TO 36  27 May 1807

Contents:
Office copy. 7 pp

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Order in chancery requesting Alexander Popham, master in chancery, to certify the suitability of land at the Washway for purchase by Archbishop Manners Sutton  TO 37  5 June 1807

Contents:
Office copy. 7 pp.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Abstract of the title of John Miles to land at the Washway purchased by him in March 1807  TO 38  June 1807

Contents:
15 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Feet of fines levied by John Miles on the fifteen acres of land  TO 39-41  Trinity term 1807

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Case with legal opinion of William Frere, solicitor, on the exchange of land between John Miles and the Enclosure Commissioners  TO 42  23 January 1808

Contents:
4 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Report by William James, surveyor, on parts of the Washway for sale to the archbishop  TO 43  [1808]

Contents:
Map attached. 1 + 11 ff (ff.6-11 blank)

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Case with legal opinion of Henry Dampier of the Middle Temple, knight (1813), on the proposals to sell  TO 44  8 February 1808

Contents:
Annotated. 7 ff

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Supplementary case with legal opinion of Henry Dampier  TO 45  1 March 1808

Contents:
Includes a map of the Washway.
1 + 8 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Agreement between John Miles and the Enclosure Commissioners for the conveyance of part of Rush Common for a new road  TO 46  15 June 1808

Contents:
2 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Agreement between John Miles and the archbishop on the purchase of part of the Washway  TO 47  15 June 1808

Contents:
2 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Report of Alexander Popham, master in chancery, approving the purchase of part of the Washway by the archbishop  TP 48  25 June 1808

Contents:
20 pp.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Order in chancery confirming the above report  TO 49  7 July 1808

Contents:
Draft. 19 pp.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Report of Alexander Popham approving the conveyance and directing execution of the same  TO 50  13 July 1808

Contents:
Office copy. 4 pp.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Conveyance by bargain and sale by John Miles to the archbishop of land on the Washway, 16 July 1808. Enrolled in chancery  TO 51  3 August 1808

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Report of Alexander Popham certifying execution of the above conveyance  TO 52  23 July 1808

Contents:
Office copy. 4 pp.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Conveyance in fee and covenant to surrender a copyhold estate on Rush Common by John Miles to Thomas Lett, jun.  TO 53  17 December 1808

Contents:
10 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Case with legal opinion of William Frere on the titles of William Brown Angel of Cookham, Berks., and John Miles to lands at the Washway  TO 54  6 May 1809

Contents:
7 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Abstract of the title of John Miles to land on Rush Common and the Washway, 7 August 1809, with copy of legal opinion of Richard Preston of the Inner Temple, London, on an earlier draft of the same  TO 55  17 January 1807

Contents:
Annotated draft. 18 ff.

Records on the Grand Surrey Canal Company and Rush Common and the Washway: Conveyance by John Miles to William Brown Angel of part of the Washway  TO 56  14 December 1809

Contents:
10 ff.

Enclosure Award  TO 57  1810

Contents:
Award of the Enclosure Commissioners, with schedules of allotments and a map of the manor, 3 March 1810. 1 x 54 ff.

Release and covenant between Robert Stone, James Hance, James Du Bois, Merrick Elderton and James Templer, all of Lambeth, and the Enclosure Commissioners for indemnity in respect of the transfer of annuities to be applied to defraying the expenses of constructing roads over Rush Common and Brockwell Green  TO 58  7 December 1811

Release and covenant between Samuel Waring, George Lyne, Alexander Bruce, Benjamin Shaw and John Lyne, all of Norwood, Surrey, and the Enclosure Commissioners in connection with the construction of roads over Norwood Common, Hall Green and Knights Hill Green  TO 59  10 December 1811

Contents:
Similar to AA/EDT/T/O/58

Sketch of part of the proposed Grand Union Canal extending from Vauxhall to Rotherhithe, surveyed by R[alph] Dodd, engineer  TO 60  1800

Sketch of the proposed Grand Surrey Canal in Lambeth, by Edward Driver, surveyor  TO 61  c.1806

Plan of part of the Washway agreed to be purchased by the archbishop from John Miles  TO 62  [1808]

Plan of the Washway with note of purchasers  TO 63  [1808]

Plan of Norwood Common as allotted by the Enclosure Commissioners  TO 64a-b  1808

Contents:
Two printed copies.

Plan of Rush Common (Rushey Green)  TO 65  c.1809

Plans of Rush Common, with names of occupiers, by Edward Driver, surveyor  TO 66-7  c.1809

Contents:
Two copies

Plan of the roads over Norwood Common and Knights Hill Green distinguishing the private roads and the properties liable for payments to their maintenance under the Lambeth Enclosure Act, 1806, surveyed by Edward Driver  TO 68  c.1809

Contents:
Printed.

Plan of the roads over Half Moon and Brockwell Green and Rush Common  TO 69  c.1809

Contents:
Printed.

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold estates on Beaulieu Hill and Rush Common, Norwood, under the Lambeth Enclosure Act, 29 August 1809. AA/EDT/T/O/70 includes undertaking of Alexander Bruce to pay for the timber  TO 70-1  1 November 1809

Contents:
Two printed copies.

Accounts of the Enclosure Commissioners with Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors  TO 72  1805-1809

Contents:
84 pp.

Accounts  TO 73  May 1809-June 1810

Contents:
Accounts with the above solicitors.
10 ff.

Accounts of the Enclosure Commissioners with Edward Driver, surveyor  TO 74  June 1806-October 1810

Contents:
20 pp.

Account of receipts and expenditure by the Enclosure Commissioners, May 1806-October 1810, audited by Henry Dampier  TO 75  19 July 1810

Contents:
10 pp.

Receipts for compensation paid by the Enclosure Commissioners in lieu of rights to the common  TO 76  November 1808-February 1810

Contents:
11 ff.

Accounts of J. Leeke for making the new roads through Lambeth, examined by Edward Driver.  TO 77  June 1809-February 1810

Contents:
42 ff. (ff. 10-42 blank).

Accounts of Edward Driver with the Enclosure Commissioners for plans  TO 78  1809-1810

Contents:
8 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TO 79  1805-1812

Contents:
Correspondence and papers of Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, on the enclosure of the manor of Lambeth, 1805-12, including letters on the Lambeth Enclosure Bill and handbills advertising protest meetings against the Bill, March 1806; observations by John Middleton, surveyor, and others on the same, [March] 1806; lists of tenants consenting to the Bill, March-April 1806; legal opinions on the procedure to be adopted by the Grand Surrey Canal Company for purchasing parts of Rush Common and the Washway, June 1806; minutes of proceedings and verdict of the jury summoned to ascertain the value of the land to be purchased by the Canal Company, November 1806; writs of trespass on the waste of the manor, November 1807; papers on claims for allotments, 1807-10; letters on the building and repair of roads in Norwood, 1808-12; and valuations of trees on the archbishop's allotments in Norwood, 1809-11.
481 ff.

LAND TAX REDEMPTION CERTIFICATES  AA/EDT/T/P  1798-1858

Contents:
Certificates by Commissioners appointed under the Land Tax Redemption Act, 1798, of contracts for the redemption of the land tax by the archbishop of Canterbury and his lessees. All the contracts with the exception of nos.1-5, 16 and 17 were agreed with the archbishop.
AA/EDT/T/P/2, 3, 4, 11-14, 16, 18, 19, 29 and 30-38 include land tax assessments as well as certificate of contract. The date refers to the contract.

St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent  TP 1  13 December 1798

Chislet, Kent  TP 2, 3  17 December 1798

Reculver, Kent  TP 4  17 December 1798

Wrotham, Kent  TP 5  23 April 1799

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Dover, Kent  TP 6  3 June 1799

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Canterbury, Kent  TP 7  10 June 1799

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Boughton under Blean, Kent  TP 8  17 June 1799

Contents:
Copy 1828

Canterbury, Lower Hardres, Nackington, Thanington and Wingham, Kent  TP 9  17 June 1799

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Dover and Hougham, Kent  TP 10  8 July 1799

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Deal and Walmer, Kent  TP 11  10 July 1799

Ash next Sandwich, Coldred, Dover, Guston, Little Mongeham, Minster, Nonington, Northbourne, Oxney, River, St. Lawrence, Thanet, St. Margaret at Cliffe, Sutton, Tilmanstone, Waldershare, Whitfield and Womenswold, Kent  TP 12  22 July 1799

Bethersden, Kent  TP 13  22 July 1799

Chislet, East Langdon, Little Mongeham, Sibertswold and Waldershare, Kent  TP 14  22 July 1799

St. John the Baptist and St. Peters, Thanet  TP 15  29 July 1799

Canterbury, Kent  TP 16  19 August 1799

Whitstable, Kent  TP 17  19 August 1799

Lydden, Sholden and Northbourne, Kent  TP 18  29 August 1799

Petham and Reculver, Kent  TP 19  29 August 1799

Croydon and Lambeth, Surrey  TP 20  18 February 1800

Boughton under Blean and Graveney, Kent  TP 21  22 February 1800

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Barham, Borden, Bredgar, Challock, Dover, Dunkirk, Elmsted, Hawkinge, Hernhill, Hougham, Kennington, Leysdown, Littlebourne, Newington next Hythe, Oare, Postling, St. Lawrence, Thanet, Stalisfield, Tonge, Westwell, Kent  TP 22  13 March 1800

Altham, Bekesbourne, Canterbury, Capel le Ferne, Chislet, Detling, Guston, Harbledown, Herne, Hoath, Hougham, Loose, Maidstone, Reculver, River, Sellinge, Smeeth, Sturry and Waltham  TP 23  14 July 1800

Chartham, Ruckinge, Waltham, Westwell and Wye, Kent  TP 24  14 July 1800

Contents:
Copy 1828

St. Peters, Thanet, Kent  TP 25  21 July 1800

Dover, and St. Peters, Thanet, Kent  TP 26  30 July 1800

Appledore, Kent  TP 27  3 January 1801

Brabourne, Bredgar, Bicknor, Sutton Valence and Langley, Kent  TP 28  12 January 1801

Contents:
Copy, 1828

Norwood, Surrey  TP 29  22 July 1815

Blackburn, Lancs.  TP 30-8  6 March 1858

TITHE AWARDS  AA/EDT/T/Q  [n.d.]

Contents:
AA/EDT/T/Q/1-6 Tithe awards for townships in the parish of Rochdale, Lancs.

Butterworth  TQ 1  17 September 1846

Contents:
Certified copy, 1851. 24 pp

Papers concerning the tithe award for Friar Mere in Saddleworth  TQ 2-5  1845-6

Contents:
Including a brief for the tithe owners, 1845, report of the meeting with the tithe commissioners, 1846, and a certified copy of the tithe award, 14 September 1846.

Spotland  TQ 6  20 September 1845

Contents:
Certified copy, 1851. 34 pp.

Tithe apportionment on lands of the archbishop of Canterbury and his lessees, the earl of Guilford, and Gilbert Bedford, esq. in the parishes of St. Lawrence, St. Peters and St. George, Ramsgate, Kent, according to the tithe award  TQ 7  1845

Contents:
Contemporary copy. 71 ff. (ff.62-71 blank).

CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  AA/EDT/T/R  [n.d.]

Contents:
Includes: AA/EDT/T/R/1-7 Letter Books, 1805-1827:
Copies of out-letters by Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, the firm of solicitors employed by Archbishop Manners Sutton to oversee the management of the estates. All the volumes include indexes of correspondents.
AA/EDT/T/R/8-20 Correspondence and papers on individual estates:
Correspondence with the archbishops and their officials concerning the administration of the estates includes relatively little material relating to any period apart from the primacy of Charles Manners Sutton, 1805-1828. Most of the collection consist of the in-letters of Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors covering the same years as the letter books above, 1805-27 (AA/EDT/T/R/1-7). They include numerous letters from Archbishop Manners Sutton which indicate the archbishop's meticulous attention to detail and his almost daily preoccupation with the administration of his estates.
The following catalogue includes notes of correspondence and papers of the pre-19th century archbishops and of selective subjects either of particular interest or outside the routine administration of the estates.
AA/EDT/T/R/21-30 Correspondence and Papers on Lambeth, [1661]-1863.
These ten volumes relate to the administration of leasehold estates and the manor of Lambeth, and cover a variety of subjects such as the Cuper's Bridge Soap Manufactory, the Lambeth Waterworks, legislation on the provision and improvement of roads and sewers, the building of Waterloo Bridge, and the site for one of the Waterloo churches.

Letter Book  TR 1  20 May 1805-28 October 1809

Contents:
xii + 516 pp.

[no title]  TR 2  31 October 1809-11 June 1812

Contents:
xiv + 443 pp.

[no title]  TR 3  12 June 1812-13 February 1815

Contents:
xxiv + 441 pp.

[no title]  TR 4  4 December 1817-13 March 1820

Contents:
xxiv + 432 pp.

[no title]  TR 5  14 March 1820-25 March 1822

Contents:
xxviii + 440 pp.

[no title]  TR 6  26 March 1822-12 July 1824

Contents:
xxviii + 440 pp.

[no title]  TR 7  12 July 1824-17 April 1827

Contents:
xxviii + 440 pp.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 8  1807-1849

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
ADDINGTON, Surrey, 1807-1849, including the codicil to the will of Thomas Coles of Addington proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1806 (copy); letters on the purchase of Addington Park as an archiepiscopal residence, 1807-9; assessment of Archbishop Manners Sutton for property tax, 1813-20; legal opinion of Sir John Dodson on the ownership of the fixtures at Lambeth Palace and Addington Park on the death of Archbishop Howley, 1848 (copy); and valuation of dilapidations on Upper and Lower Farms, 1848.
310 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 9  1705-1861

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
ALDINGTON, Kent, 1806-25, including sketch of the common meadow, 1820, and letters on the enclosure of Aldington Freight, 1820-1 (ff.1-30).
ALKHAM with CAPEL LE FERNE, Kent, 1705-1808, including copies of the ministers' account of St. Radegund's priory for the lordship of Satmore, 1536-7, and of the terriers of the glebe, 1630 and 1765; letter of attorney of the lessees of Alkham rectory, 1783; letters to Archbishop Moore and legal opinions on the vicar's claim to the tithes of Homestall, 1787-9; papers on the ownership of Satmore tithes, 1790 (ff.31-96).
APPLEDORE with EBONY, Kent, 1724-1827, including memorandum on previous renewals of the lease, 1724; and papers on the value and extent of the rectory and glebe, 1777 (ff.97-125).
ASH NEXT SANDWICH, Kent, 1758-1857, including letters to Archbishop Secker on the value of Ash and Goldstone rectories, 1758 (ff.126-95).
BARHAM, Kent, 1778-1821 (ff.196-202).
BEKESBOURNE, Kent, 1781-1861, including presentments at the court baron, 1669 (copy); letters to Archbishop Moore and his officials about disputes with Sir Philip Hales, bart., about the lordship of the manor and trespass, 1781-6; papers on the purchase of land by the East Kent Railway, 1856-61 (ff.203-81).
BILSINGTON, Kent, 1807-8; letters about the rent owing from Bilsington priory (ff.282-7).
287 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 10  1618-1815

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
BLACKBURN, Lancs., 1618-1815, including: undertaking of Sir William Fleetwood, lessee of Blackburn rectory, to pay £5 annually for the relief of the poor, 1618; petitions of William Farrington of Worden, Lancs., esg., and of Sir Robert Bindloss (Bindles), bart., to Archbishop [Juxon] for leases, c.1661; statement of accounts of receipts and expenditure of the lessee of the rectory, 1661-82; petition of inhabitants of Blackburn to parliament for relief from oppression, c.1676 (copy); correspondence of Archbishop Sancroft and his officials on the value and income of the rectory, and the augmentation of the dependent chapelries of Balderstone, Darwen, Great Harwood, Langho, Mellor, Samlesbury, Tockholes, Walton-le-Dale, and Witton by archbishop's purchase of land of John Starkie, esg., in Thornley with Wheatley, Lancs., 1680-8; account of Easter dues and small tithes in the parish of Blackburn, 1682; receipts from herbage and hay and account of expenditure on lands in Thornley with Wheatley, May 1686-February 1687; account of the tithes of Blackburn, 1698; particulars of the undertenants of the rectory, 1699; letter of attorney of Archbishop Tenison appointing John Holme, vicar of Blackburn, to receive £4 augmentation from the lessee of the rectory, 1706; letter from Archbishop Wake (1716-37) to - Walbanke with statement of the augmentations of the vicarage and chapelries of Blackburn; account of money paid to the curates of the chapelries from estates in Thornley with Wheatley, 1742-6; letters to Archbishop Secker on the augmentation of the chapelries, 1759, 1765; letters on the sale of land to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal Company, 1808-15, and of parts of the estate, 1809-15.
204 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 11  1791-1858

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
BLACKBURN, Lancs., 1816-58, including letters on the sale of parts of the estates, 1818-58; on the Canal Company, 1816-18; building of a chapel of ease in Blackburn, 1819-21; legislation to improve the estates, 1853-4, and on building roads, 1855-8 (ff.1-236).
BOARSTALL, Bucks., 1791-1826, including letter from Sir John Aubrey to Archbishop Moore, 1791, and abstract of the former's will proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1826 (ff.237-52).
BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN, Kent, 1821: memorial of the tenants of the manor to Archbishop Manners Sutton criticising the expense of attending court, 1821 (ff.253-4).
BRABOURNE, Kent, 1805-40 (ff.255-89).
BREDGAR, Kent, 1806-27 (ff.290-321).
BRICKHILL, LITTLE, Bucks., 1811-25 (ff.322-35).
335 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 12  1662-1799

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
CANTERBURY, Kent, 1662-1799, including papers of Archbishops Sancroft, Tillotson, Tenison, Secker and Cornwallis on requests to pave the streets near the Archbishop's Palace in Canterbury, 1669-1783; papers on George Budds, reeve of Westgate manor, 1699, 1706; correspondence, mainly of Archbishops Tenison and Secker and their officials concerning the estates of St. Gregory's priory, Canterbury, and the augmentation of the curacies of Ash, St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, Bekesbourne, Bethersden, Elmsted, Nackington, Oare, Stalisfield, Thanington and Waltham, 1706-84; and a petition of Thomas Goodhew, citizen of London, to Archbishop Wake for a lease, 1717.
140 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 13  [1771]-1860

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
CANTERBURY, Kent, 1805-60, including memorandum of William Pettman, surveyor, on proposals for a canal from St. Nicholas' Bay to Canterbury, [1810]; plan of Westgate Farm, 1821, and papers on the purchase of land by the East Kent Railway Company, 1856-60 (ff.1-208).
CHALLOCK and KENNINGTON, Kent, [1771]-1827, including letters from Joseph Godfrey Sherer, curate of Challock, on the division of the tithes, 1818 (ff.209-30)
230 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 14  1706-1862

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
CHISLET, Kent, 1721-1862, including petitions of the governors of the Chatham Chest to Archbishop Wake to reduce the rent, 1721-2; letter to Archbishop Potter requesting remission of the fine, 1747; petitions of John Hadlee of Chislet, labourer, to Archbishops Herring and Secker to be allowed to build on the waste of the manor, 1755, 1762; correspondence with the Rev. Osmund Beauvoir of Canterbury, Kent, on the renewal of leases, 1755-62; letter to Archbishop Secker on the lease of Grants Lays Upland, 1762; correspondence of Archbishop Cornwallis on the allocation of timber to the lessee of Chislet Park, 1781; consent of the freeholders and other inhabitants of Chislet to the enclosing of an acre of the waste of the manor by Thomas Holloway of Chislet, 1783 (ff.1-280).
COLDRED, Kent, 1706-1849, including letter to Archbishop Secker on leasing the manor, 1765 (ff.281-302).
302 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 15  1688-1813

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
CROYDON, Surrey, 1688-1813, including accounts of Croydon Park, 1688; application of John Pemberton of Croydon, son-in-law of Ann Young, to retain the lease of the tenement near Croydon Palace, 1690; paper on the petition for the incorporation of Croydon, 1690-1, with Archbishop Tenison's comments, 1712; will of Alice, wife of Richard Brigstock of Croydon, yeoman, 1743 (copy); agreement of the homage jury on the allocation of fees, 1795.
285 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 16  1814-1904

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
CROYDON, Surrey, 1814-1904, including memorandum on Croydon manor pound 1818; letters on Waddon manor pound, 1823; papers on the disputed manorial jurisdiction over Duppas Hill, 1823-4, with copy of the view of frankpledge of the manor of Bermondsey, 1799; letters concerning the homage jury of the manor of Croydon, 1832-1904; reports and valuation of Park Hill, 1837; papers on the title of Thomas Mayhew of Woodside, gent., to tenements in Spring Park Row, Shirley, 1843; plan of land in South Bridge Lane, 1892.
377 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 17  1663-1813

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
DEAL, Kent, 1663-1813, including bond of John Hollman of Deal, mariner, with John Crane of Canterbury, Kent, gent., to repay a loan, 1663; letters to Archbishop Wake requesting the renewal of leases, 1720; memorial from the lessees to Archbishop Manners Sutton on the change in policy of renewing leases, 1805; valuations of the naval yard, 1811-12.
270 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 18  1814-1832

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
DEAL, Kent, 1814-32, including account of the poor lessees whose fines were abated, 1815; extract from the will of John Iggulden of Dover, gent., proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1817; memorial from the lessees on the sale of the naval yard, 1824.
305 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 19  [1661]-1861

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
DOVER, Kent, [1661]-1861, including petitions of Henry Lushington of Buckland, yeoman, of Elizabeth, Robert and Ely Legeant of Dover, of Roger Jenkinson, citizen of London, and of William Molins, citizen of London, and of Mary, his wife, to Archbishop [Juxon] for leases, c.1661-2; bond of Sir John Boys to indemnify the archbishop against claims of William Molins, purchaser of Buckland and Charlton mills during the Commonwealth, 1662; letters on the battery station on the Western Heights, 1812-22; papers on the purchase of land by the East Kent Railway Company, 1856-60 (ff.1-354).
DUNKIRK, Kent, 1761, 1763: tables of assessment of the poor rate (ff.355-6).
FOLKESTONE, Kent, 1771 (ff.357-8).
GRAVENEY, Kent, [1661]-1842, including petitions of William Jones and Elizabeth, his wife, to Archbishop [Juxon] for a lease, c.1661: papers on the liability of Negden Marsh for tithes, [1702]; letter from Thomas Lees, vicar of Graveney, on the allocation of tithes, 1709; valuation of the rectory, 1752; account of the produce of the rectory, 1820-1 (ff.359-78).
378 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 20  1617-1863

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
GUSTON, Kent, [1661]-1858, including petition of Susan, widow of Sampson Eastwicke, gent., to Archbishop [Juxon] for a lease of Frith manor, c.1661; letters from Katherine North, wife of Francis, 3rd earl of Guilford, on the rectories of Coldred, Guston and Waldershare, Kent, 1763; letters from Thomas Delannoy, rector of East Langdon, Kent, and perpetual curate of Guston, on tithes, 1788-9; letters on Pising manor in Guston and East Langdon, 1821-9; account of the rents and tithes rent charge on lands sold by the trustees of Thomas Bridges of Stamford Hill, Middx., esq., in Coldred, Guston and Waldershare, 1856-8 (ff.1-63).
HARBLEDOWN, Kent, 1808-26, including letters on the claim of the dean and chapter of Canterbury to woods in Harbledown, 1808-13; extract from the will of Samuel Sankey proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1820 (ff.64-76).
HAWKINGE, Kent, [1740]-1825, including letters to Archbishop Secker on the renewal of the lease of Flegis Court, 1761-2 (ff.77-90).
HERNHILL, Kent, 1764-1863, including extract from the will of Archbishop Wake confirming the lease of the rectory to Catherine Salmon, his wife's maidservant, 1731; letters to Archbishop Moore on the value and lease of the rectory, 1784-93; distraint on the chattels of George Smith of Hernhill for withholding his quitrent, 1813; certificate of the churchwardens on the upkeep of the chancel, 1863 (ff.91-119).
HOUGHAM, Kent, [1661]-1861, including petition of Maurice Gethin, merchant taylor of the city of London, on behalf of Andrew Kenrick, orphan, to Archbishop [Juxon] for a lease of Farthingloe manor, c.1661; extract from the will of Benjamin Taylor of Langdon Court, Kent, 1841; papers on the title of the lessees of Farthingloe manor, 1861 (ff.120-237).
LEEDS with BROMFIELD, Kent, 1856-9, letters on the churchyard (ff.238-45).
LEYSDOWN, Kent, [1661]-1 826, including petition of John Marshall [of the Inner Temple, London, gent.], to Archbishop [Juxon] for the renewal of the lease, [1661-2]; letters on the renewal of the lease, 1763 (ff.246-55).
LITTLEBOURNE, Kent, [1661]-1840, including a petition from Lady Jane, widow of Sir John Roberts, of Bekesbourne, Kent, and David Denne (Deane) of Littlebourne, yeoman, to Archbishop [Juxon] for the renewal of the lease of the manor, c.1661; correspondence of Archbishop Secker on tithes, 1763, 1765; valuation of Littlebourne manor, 1767; papers concerning the claim of the dean and chapter of Canterbury to levy tithes on Littlebourne demesne, 1776 (ff.256-325).
LYDD, Kent, 1711-1823, including estimate of the cost of repairing the chancel and barn, 1711; list of leases of the rectory, 1567-1776 (.ff.326-47)
MAIDSTONE, Kent, 1617; letter from Raphe Buffkin about the lease (f.348).
348 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 21  [1661]-1808

Contents:
Including petition of John Goodwyn, son of William Goodwyn, late of Nettlebed, Oxon., to Archbishop Juxon for admission to the tenement called the Horseshoe, c.1661; petition of Boydwin Cupar of Lambeth, gardener, to Archbishop [Juxon] for a lease of Sowters land, c.1661; petition of Richard Aldridge of Lambeth, to Archbishop [Juxon] for a lease of Wild Marsh, c.1661; petition of William Young of Lambeth, to Archbishop [Juxon] about the lease of his tenement in [Lambeth Wick], c.1661; agreement between John Oldbury of London, merchant, and John Case of Lambeth, physician, for a lease of land near Madam Paul's House in Lambeth, 1685; deed of consecration of the additional burial ground, 1705 (draft); petition of Francis Cooke of Lambeth to Archbishop [Tenison] for leases of tenements in Angel Street, n.d.; petition of William Zinzan of Lambeth, tenant of the Horseferry, to Archbishop Potter on his eviction by the archbishop's lessees [1737-47]; papers of Archbishop Moore on the building leases granted to Crispus Claggett of Lambeth, gent., 1786-7; memorial of inhabitants of Lambeth to Archbishop Moore recommending the widening of the road at Stangate, an opportunity afforded by the 'late dreadful fire which consumed Astleys Theatre and many dwelling houses... between Westminster Bridge and Stangate Street', 1794; will of John Fry of Brixton Place, gent., proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1794 (copy); abstract of lease for 32 years between Noah Siddon, carpenter, Edward Giles, baker, both of Christ Church, Surrey, and Thomas Tomlins of Edgware Road, St. Marylebone, Middx., timber merchant, of a timber wharf, 1796; petition of the under- tenants of the Seven Acres estate in Stangate Street to Archbishop Manners Sutton for remission of the fine, 1805; petition of the trustees of William Jackson of Bromley, Kent, painter and glazier, to Archbishop Manners Sutton to be admitted to a copyhold tenement near the Horseferry without payment of a fine, 1807.
346 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 22  1809-1813

Contents:
388 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 23  1814-1816

Contents:
364 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 24  1817-1818

Contents:
280 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 25  1819

Contents:
254 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 26  1820

Contents:
279 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 27  1821-1822

Contents:
444 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 28  1823-1824

Contents:
351 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 29  1825-1839

Contents:
323 ff.

LAMBETH, Surrey  TR 30  1840-63

Contents:
Including licence to Henry Warburton, lessee of part of the Seven Acres, for a brewery, 1840 (draft); valuation of copyhold tenements, 1846-63 (ff.1-101).
NORWOOD, Surrey, 1806-64, principally land allocated to the archbishop under the Lambeth Enclosure Award, 1810, though there is material relating to that part of Norwood situated in the neighbouring parish of Croydon. The papers include memorandum of agreement between Archbishop Manners Sutton and Charles Manners Sutton, (1835) Viscount Canterbury, to authorise William James of Boswell Court, Holborn, Middx., gent., to remove and sell pollards and gravel, 1810; abstract of title to the site of the church at Norwood, [1822]; conveyance by the archbishop to the Commissioners for Building New Churches of land at Norwood, 1822-3 (draft); petition to the archbishop for legislation to enable him to grant building leases, [1824]; papers on the purchase of land at Norwood by Archbishop Sumner, 1852; agreement with the archbishop for the purchase of land for the extension of the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway, 1853; letters on the exchange of land between the archbishop and the Roman Catholic Orphanage, 1861 (ff.102-331).
331 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 31  1716-1859

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
MARDEN, Kent, 1767-1827, including particulars of the sale of the rectory by auction, 1827 (printed) (ff.1-45).
NEWINGTON NEXT HYTHE, Kent, 1803, 1822, including award of George Courthope of the Middle Temple, London, esq., concluding the dispute between John Castle, James Drake Brookman and William Rigden, esqs., over lands in Newington, 1803 (copy) (ff.46-9).
NONINGTON and WOMENSWOLD, Kent, 1716-1842, including notes and draft letter of Archbishop Secker on Curlswood Park, 1761; letter from Sir Brooke Bridges, bart., to Archbishop Moore on tithes, 1788, and extracts from the tithe award on lands of William Osmond Hammond, 1841 (ff.50-88).
NORTHBOURNE and LITTLE MONGEHAM, Kent, 1756-1854, including correspondence of Archbishops Herring and Secker on Northbourne Almonry and Ashley Grange, 1756-8 (ff.89-182).
OXNEY, Kent, 1827 (ff.184-9).
PETHAM, Kent, 1778-1825, including letters on the felling of timber at Buckholt, 1778, 1785, and will of William Hammond of Stone House, St. Paul's, Canterbury, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1820 (copy) (ff.190-207).
PORTSLADE, Sussex, 1753-1839, including correspondence of Archbishop Secker on leasing the rectory, 1759-60 (ff.208-27).
RECULVER and HERNE, Kent, 1722-1859, including petition of the overseers of the poor and the churchwardens of Herne to Archbishop [Herring] for permission to build a poor house on the waste of the manor of Reculver, [1747-57]; letters to Archbishop Secker on Rushly Woods and leasing the manor, 1759; papers on trespass on the manor waste, 1810, 1826-7, on breach of the manor pound, 1822-3, and on Herne Bay pier, 1832 (ff.228-376).
376 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 32  1565-1860

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
RIVER, Kent, 1787-1860, including letter to Archbishop Moore on the glebe, 1787; letters on the enclosure of River, 1807; particulars for the sale of the great tithes by auction, 1813 (printed); papers on the purchase of land by the East Kent Railway Company, 1856-60 (ff.1-32).
ROCHDALE, Lancs., 1565-1813, including covenant of Sir John Byron, and John, his son, lessees of the rectory, with Archbishop Parker to provide pensions for the school master and usher at Rochdale, 1565 (draft); warrant for the presentation of Robert Bath, clerk, to the vicarage of Rochdale, 1636; papers on the legacy of Richard Clegge, vicar of Kirkham, Lancs., to the curate of Todmorden, Lancs., for a school, and petition for a licence to build a school, 1685 (copy); account of tithes of corn, wool, lamb, Easter offerings and mortuary fees owing to the lessee of the rectory, 1751-63; correspondence of Archbishops Secker and Cornwallis on Saddleworth tithes, 1759-78; letters to Archbishop Moore on the local coalmines, and on the yeomanry seats in Rochdale church, 1792-9; letters on the sale of the tithes of Rochdale, 1807-13, and on the enclosure of Saddleworth, 1809-10; plan of the chancel of Saddleworth church and vestry, 1813 (ff.33-354).
354 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 33  1814-1840

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
ROCHDALE, Lancs., 1814-40, including copies of presentation deeds to the vicarage of Rochdale, 1595-1790; letters on the sale of Rochdale tithes, 1814-40, and on proposals for a market place in Rochdale, 1820-2.
342 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 34  1661-1852

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
ROCHDALE, Lancs., 1844-52, including papers on the commutation of tithes, particularly in the townships of Butterworth, Saddleworth and Spotland (ff.1-149).
RUCKINGE, Kent, 1661-1834, including order of 'His Majesties Commissioners authorised for the examination of the late pretended sale of the Crown and Church landes' on the lease of Maison Dieu, 1661 (ff.150-63).
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, THANET, Kent, 1767-1827, including letters to Archbishop Secker, 1767, and correspondence between Francis North, 3rd earl of Guilford, and Archbishop Moore on Salmstone Grange, 1786-7 (ff.164-207).
ST. LAWRENCE AND ST. PETERS, THANET, Kent, 1748-1825, including the consent of the Rev. Stephen Hales of Teddington, Middx., to the renewal of the lease of Newland Grange, 1748 (ff.208-22).
ST. MARGARET AT CLIFFE, Kent, 1755-1818, including correspondence on the lighthouse built by the governors of Greenwich Hospital, 1811-12, and on the naval barracks in the manor of Reach, 1820-4; survey of the barracks and the rectory house, 1824 (ff.223-90).
ST. NICHOLAS AT WADE, Kent, 1825 (ff.291-4).
SELLINGE, Kent, 1689-1825, including undertaking of George Jones, vicar of Sittingbourne, to pay £120 to Ralph Snow, receiver general, for a concurrent lease of Sellinge rectory, 1689 (ff.295-304).
304 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 35  1663-1861

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
SHOLDEN, Kent, 1663-1826, including consent of Jane Haggett, daughter-in-law of Sir Robert Crayford, to the lease of the manor and rectory of Sholden to [Richard] Aldworth [of Hinton Pipard, Wilts., esq.], 1663 (ff.1-22).
SIBERTSWOLD, Kent, 1758-1860, including letters to Archbishop Secker on West Court manor and Sibertswold rectory, 1758-66, and papers on the purchase of land by the East Kent Railway Company, 1856-60 (ff.23-89).
SITTINGBOURNE, Kent, 1790-1810 (ff.90-104).
STALISFIELD, Kent, 1806-61, including accounts of receipts and expenditure of the lessee, 1814-16; rental of the rectory, 1815-16, and legal opinion of George Thomas Jenkins of Lincoln's Inn, London, on the tithe rent charge owing to the lessees, 1861 (ff.105-51).
SUTTON, EAST, Kent, 1783-1824 (ff.152-66).
SUTTON VALENCE, CHART SUTTON and LANGLEY, Kent, 1755-1839, including correspondence of Archbishop Secker on Warehorn manor, 1762, and petition to Archbishop Manners Sutton to authorise the division of the estates, 1829 (ff.167-85).
TILMANSTONE, Kent, 1814-26 (ff.186-229).
TONGE, Kent, 1817-24 (ff.230-47).
247 ff.

Correspondence and Papers  TR 36  [1661]-1862

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to:
WALMER, Kent, 1754-83, including letters to Archbishop Secker on the rectories of Walmer and Whitfield, Kent, 1762 (ff.1-8).
WALTHAM and ELMSTED, Kent, 1758-1859, including certificate of the churchwardens on the upkeep of Elmsted chancel, 1758 (ff.9-45).
WESTBERE, Kent, 1802-23, including terrier of the glebe, 1615 (copy) (ff.46-58)
WESTWELL, Kent, 1748-1856, including letters to Archbishops Herring, Secker and Moore on the rectory, 1748-90, and letters on the road through Longbeech Wood, 1809 (ff.59-130).
WHALLEY, Lancs., [1661]-1 827, including petition of Henry Moris, curate of Burnley, to Archbishop [Juxon] for the allocation of surplice fees and Easter roll to the chapelry, c.1661-3; decree of the Exchequer settling the augmentation of the vicarage of Whalley and the chapelries of Altham, Burnley, Church Kirk, Clitheroe, Colne, Downham, Haslingden, Padiham, Pendle and Rossendale, 1679; petition of Abraham Holt, undertenant of Whalley rectory, to Archbishop [Sancroft] to intercede with Sir Edmund Assheton, bart., c.1680-90; papers of Archbishops Sancroft and Tillotson and their officials on the value of the rectory and augmentation of the vicarage and the dependent chapelries, 1680-93; papers on the Burnley coalmines, 1819-27 (ff.131-243).
WHITSTABLE, Kent, 1701-1822, including petition of inhabitants to Archbishop Tenison against the lessee of the rectory, 1701; and correspondence between Archbishop Secker and Thomas Gurney, curate of Whitstable, on Easter offerings, 1765 (ff.244-8).
WOMENSWOLD, Kent, 1759-1825, including letter to Archbishop Secker on Woolwich Wood, 1759 (ff.249-85).
WORTH, Kent, 1748-1862, including consent of John Fuller of Canterbury, Kent, for a lease to his brother, Thomas Fuller, 1748 (ff.286-306).
WYE, Kent, 1806-22 (ff.307-21).
321 ff.

Correspondence on Accounts and Officials  TR 37  c.1609-1859

Contents:
Correspondence and papers on the accounts and estate officials, c.1609-1859, including notes of expenditure and accounts of rents from estates in Chislet, c.1609; receipt of tithes from the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 1631; notes on estates and accounts, 1660-2; 'the Annuall Rents, Quitrents, Salaryes, Stipends and Penciones issuing and paid out of the Revenues belonging to the Sea', 1663, annotated by Ralph Snow, receiver general; bond of Thomas Cox of the city of London, esq., to return leases to Richard Turney, treasurer, 1665; letter from Ralph Snow to J. Sheaf about the payment owing to Canterbury prison, 1703; letter from George Upton, collector of tithes, to Richard Chicheley, receiver general, on the failure of the vicars of Harrow, Middx., and of Westwell, Kent, to pay tithes, 1721; account of the Rev. Thomas Sisson with Dr. W. Drake with details of Little Hormead tithes, 1790; papers on the property tax levied against Archbishop Manners Sutton, 1805-15; correspondence concerning William Young, jun., receiver general and steward, 1806-22; letters on the dismissal of William Pettman, surveyor, 1817; the latter's appeal to Archbishop Howley to be reinstated, 1828; appeal of Affra Pettman, widow of William Pettman, to the same archbishop for charity, 1831; papers on the returns to the House of Commons of the number of applicants to purchase some of the leasehold estates, 1854-9.
253 ff.

WOODS  AA/EDT/T/S  [n.d.]

Contents:
Records of the administration of the archbishop's woods in Kent and Surrey, including surveys and reports, plans, accounts, appointments of woodreeves, and correspondence.

Survey  TS 1  1611

Contents:
Survey of the woods in Kent and Surrey by [William Somner, woodreeve], 1611, with notes of leases of the woods in 1634, and annotations in 1663 and 1676.
List of woods, f.ii.
ii + 24 ff. (ff.18-23 blank)

Reports and Returns  TS 2  1677-1792

Contents:
The volume includes reports by Ralph Snow, receiver general, and William Sancroft, steward of the archbishop's household, 1678-88, and by Edward Tenison, steward, 1696-8, on the woods and estates in Kent; woodreeves' returns of underwood and timber, and warrants detailing the amount of underwood and timber for felling, 1677-1792. Summaries of the 1611 survey and the 1649 parliamentary surveys (Comm. XIIa) of the woods in Kent are also recorded (f.2). For earlier reports of Ralph Snow on the woods, see AA/EDT/T/C/4.
212 ff. (ff.209-12 blank)

Returns of timber for felling  TS 3  1702-1790

Contents:
Returns of the woodreeves of the number of trees to be felled in the woods in Kent, 1702-90.
33 ff.

Returns of timber felled  TS 4  1702-1743

Contents:
Returns of the woodreeves of the number of trees felled and sold in the woods in Kent, 1700-7, and a summary of the returns for Covert Wood, 1742-3.
15 ff.

Survey  TS 5  1759

Contents:
Account of the woods in Kent surveyed by William and Timothy Child, and Richard and James Robinson, surveyors, January-March 1759, at the request of Archbishop Secker. (Copy).
7 ff.

Customs of the woods  TS 6  1805

Contents:
Account by William Pettman, deputy to John Moore woodreeve, of the customs and perquisites of the woodreeves of the woods in Kent, September 1805.
6 ff.

Report  TS 7  1815

Contents:
Report by William Pettmam on the woods in Kent and on the method of selecting trees for felling, 26 December 1815.
7 ff.

Survey  TS 8  1816

Contents:
Survey by Abraham Purshouse Driver, surveyor, of the timber to be felled in order to improve the woods in Kent, 15 January 1816.
11 ff.

Report  TS 9  1816

Contents:
Report with recommendations by William Pettman for the management of the woods in Kent, with opinion of A.P. Driver on the same, 1 March 1816.
6 ff.

Plans  TS 10  18th century

Contents:
Plans of trees for felling in both Covert Wood, Barham, by John and Henry Denne, woodreeves, 1730-42, and the manor of Lambeth, 18th century.
14 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold.  TS 11  1661-1720

Contents:
Includes Norwood, Surrey, 1717
189 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 12  1721-1739

Contents:
Includes Norwood, Surrey, 1724-35.
141 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 13  1740-1814

Contents:
Annual accounts for the woods in Kent, 1740-59, 1803-6, 1809, with summary of the wood sold, 1752-7; accounts for woods in Norwood, Surrey, 1781-4, 1801, and of timber felled on the Park Hill Estate, Croydon, Surrey, 1783-4, 1814.
176 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 14  1760

Contents:
15 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 15  1761

Contents:
87 pp. (pp.33-87 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 16  1762

Contents:
23 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 17  1763

Contents:
58 pp. (pp.28-58 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 18  1764

Contents:
39 pp. (pp.15-39 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 19  1765

Contents:
28 pp. (pp.19-28 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 20  1767

Contents:
31 pp. (pp.25-31 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 21  1771

Contents:
49 pp. (pp.30-49 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 22  1772

Contents:
43 pp. (pp.29-43 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 23  1775

Contents:
34 pp. (pp.23-34 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 24  1776

Contents:
38 pp. (pp.32-8 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 25  1777

Contents:
28 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 26  1779

Contents:
46 pp. (pp.22-46 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 27  1780

Contents:
(Timber). 44 pp. (pp.12-44 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 28  1780

Contents:
(Underwood). 33 ff.(ff.14-33 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 29  1783

Contents:
(Timber). 33 pp. (pp.15-33 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 30  1783

Contents:
(Underwood). 33 pp. (pp.19-33 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 31  1784

Contents:
43 pp. (pp.27-43 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 32  1785

Contents:
45 pp. (pp.31-45 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 33  1786

Contents:
48 pp. (pp.34-48 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 34  1787

Contents:
49 pp. (pp.36-49 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 35  1788

Contents:
44 pp. (pp.31-44 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 36  1789

Contents:
44 pp. (pp.36-44 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 37  1790

Contents:
42 pp. (pp.33-42 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 38  1791

Contents:
40 pp. (pp.33-40 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 39  1792

Contents:
74 pp. (pp.29-74 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 40  1793

Contents:
42 pp. (pp.29-42 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 41  1794

Contents:
37 pp. (pp.30-36 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 42  1795

Contents:
39 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 43  1796

Contents:
36 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 44  1797

Contents:
37 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 45  1798

Contents:
37 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 46  1799

Contents:
40 pp. (pp.28-40 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 47  1800

Contents:
27 pp.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 48  1801

Contents:
15 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 49  1802

Contents:
17 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 50  1803

Contents:
17 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 51  1804

Contents:
17 ff. (ff. 16-17 blank)

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 52  1805 (year ending 18 January)

Contents:
24 ff. (ff.14-24 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 53  1805

Contents:
26 ff. (ff.20-26 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 54  1806

Contents:
22 ff.

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 55  1811

Contents:
34 ff. (ff.23-34 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 56  1812

Contents:
34 ff. (ff.24-34 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 57  1813

Contents:
33 ff. (ff.21-33 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 58  1814

Contents:
30 ff. (ff.23-30 blank).

Annual statements of income and expenditure by the woodreeves on the woods in Kent, including details of timber and underwood felled and sold  TS 59  1815

Contents:
8 ff.

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 60  1703-1705

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 61  1709-1712

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 62  1718-1721

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 63  1722

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 64  1723

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 65  1724

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 66  1725

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 67  1726

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 68  1727

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 69  1728

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 70  1729

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 71  1730

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 72  1731

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 73  1732

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 74  1733

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 75  1734

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 76  1735

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 77  1736

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 78  1737

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 79  1738

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 80  1739

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 81  1740

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 82  1741

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 83  1742

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 84  1743

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 85  1744

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 86  1745

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 87  1746

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 88  1747

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 89  1748

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 90  1749

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 91  1750

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 92  1751

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 93  1752

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 94  1753

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 95  1754

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 96  1755

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 97  1756

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 98  1757

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 99  1758

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 100  1759

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 101  1760

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 102  1761

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 103  1762

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 104  1763

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 105  1764

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 106  1765

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 107  1766

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 108  1767

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 109  1769-1772

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 110  1773

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 111  1775

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 112  1776, 1777

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 113  1778

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 114  1779

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 115  1780

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 116  1788, 1789

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 117  1790

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 118  1793, 1794

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 119  1799, 1800

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 120  1802

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 121  1804

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 122  1805

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 123  1806

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 124  1807

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 125  1811

Receipts for expenditure summarily noted in the annual statements of accounts.  TS 126  1815

Patents of Officials  TS 127-139  1661-1803

Contents:
Patents of appointment of the woodreeves or keepers of the archbishop's woods in Kent. Unless otherwise specified, all the appointments were granted for life.
Barham: Covert Wood.
AA/EDT/T/S/127 Appointment by Archbishop Juxon of Ralph Watts of Mitcham, Surrey, gent., and Paul Widdup (Widdop) gent., 8 June 1661, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 17 July 1661.
AA/EDT/T/S/128 Appointment by Archbishop Wake of Henry Denne of Littlebourne, Kent, yeoman, 25 January 1731, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 1 February 1731.
Chislet: East and West Blean.
AA/EDT/T/S/129 Appointment by Archbishop Tenison of Edward Tenison of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., 5 May 1703, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 25 June 1703.
AA/EDT/T/S/130 Appointment by Archbishop Herring of John Herring of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., 7 May 1753, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 22 May 1753.
AA/EDT/T/S/131 Appointment by Archbishop Moore of John Moore of Lambeth Palace, Surrey, esq., 1 September 1803, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 25 November 1803.
Dunkirk: North and South Bishopsden Wood in Dunkirk, and Hurst in Blean, and Stock Wood and Shin Hill Wood in Harbledown, Kent.
AA/EDT/T/S/132-3 Appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of Jacob Janeway of Canterbury Kent, gent., 30 March 1682, and bond to observe covenants.
AA/EDT/T/S/134 Appointment by Archbishop Herring of John Herring, 7 May 1753, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 22 May 1753.
Littlebourne: Pinewood.
AA/EDT/T/S/135 Appointment by Archbishop Juxon of John Somner (Sumner) of Canterbury, Kent, gent., and Robert, his son, 31 December 1660, with confirmation by the dean and chapter of Canterbury, 2 April 1661.
AA/EDT/T/S/136-7 Appointment by Archbishop Sancroft of Philip Jacob of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., servant of the archbishop, 5 April 1682, and bond to observe covenants.
AA/EDT/T/S/138 Appointment by Archbishop Herring of John Herring, 7 May 1753, with confirmation, 22 May 1753.
AA/EDT/T/S/139 Appointment by Archbishop Moore of John Moore as keeper of Covert Wood, North and South Bishopsden Wood, East and West Blean, and Pinewood, 27 October 1803, with confirmation, 25 November 1803. (Copy).

Correspondence and Papers  TS 140  1649-1832

Contents:
Letters mainly from woodreeves to the archbishops and their officials on the administration of the woods. They include extracts from the parliamentary survey of Covert Wood in Barham and woodland in Norwood, 1649; contract with John Somner, woodreeve, to purchase wood, 1666; warrants to fell timber, 1721-93; survey of the woods in Kent by John Worrall, 1745; instructions for surveying the woods by [Stiff] Leadbetter, surveyor, 1759; comments by William Child, surveyor, on the account by Henry Denne, woodreeve, of timber sold in 1759; correspondence of Archbishop Secker, 1759-64; correspondence of Messrs. Forster, Cooke and Frere, solicitors, on the wood accounts and appointment of woodreeves, 1804-25, including letters from Archbishop Manners Sutton.
233 ff.

CARTULARIES  AA/EDT/T/T  [n.d.]

Abstracts from Kent Cartularies  TT 1  Mid 17th century

Contents:
Abstracts in Latin from cartularies of St. Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, St. Laurence's hospital, Canterbury, and St. Radegund's abbey, Bradsole, written for [Sir Edward Dering, 1st. bart., of Surrenden-Dering, c.1631]. The manuscript is a sister volume to the British Library Stowe MS. 924, which also belonged to Sir Edward Dering and contains abstracts from other Kent monastic cartularies. Both volumes were written in the same hand and follow a similar layout. According to the Stowe MS. (f.1), Dering transcribed the original abstracts and subsequently arranged for them to be rewritten in the present form. Some of the titles and marginalia appear to be in Dering's handwriting. The cartularies of St. Augustine's and St. Radegund's were noted in the Stowe MS. (f.1), although extracts from them were not included in that manuscript.
This volume is not in G.R.C. Davis, Medieval cartularies of Great Britain. A short catalogue, 1958.
The volume contains:
Abstracts from the Black Book of St. Augustine's (British Library, Cotton. Faust. A.i.) (pp.1-39). (See Davis no.194)
Abstracts from another cartulary of St. Augustine's described by [Dering] 'Videtur conscriptum quo tempore Thomas de Findona fuit Abbas', (1283-1310). [Dering] finished his own transcripts, 10 April 1629. According to the Stowe MS. (f.1), the cartulary, a quarto volume, belonged to Sir Robert Cotton, bart. It may possibly be identified with Cotton Vit. D.X. of which only a fragment survived the fire, 1731. The original cartulary included upwards of 287 charters. (pp.42-65). (See Davis no.197)
Abstracts from an early 15th century cartulary of St. Laurence's hospital, Canterbury, including Latin transcripts of the statutes of Thomas of Fyndon, abbot of St. Augustine's, 18 February 1294/5, and of Thomas Colewell, abbot of St. Augustine's, August 1356, and rules and customs in English, 14th-15th century. These customs are the same as those in a contemporary 15th century register of the hospital in Canterbury Cathedral, Lit MS. C 20. (See: C.E. Woodruff, 'The Register and Chartulary of St. Laurence, Canterbury', in Archaeologia Cantiana, L, 1938, pp.33-49). The original cartulary contained 141 charters. (See Davis no.211) (pp.66-89).
Abstracts described by [Sir Edward Dering] 'ex registro cartarum amplo sane et antiquo, Abbatie Sancte Radegund' propre Dovor spectantium, in possessione Henr[ici] Heyman, arm', sed mihi patefacto per Robertum Ladd Juriscons[ultum]. Collecta sunt sequentia manu et cura nostris, 1631' (pp. 91-204). (See Davis no. 862)
Includes pencil drawing of St. Radegund's abbey, 1761, contemporary with the writing on the title page, and late 18th century notes on the seal of St. Radegund's. (p.205).
206 pp.

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