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Reference JER/SEL
Covering dates 13th century - 1936
Held by Isle of Wight Record Office
Extent 197 series
Source of acquisition Deposited by Jerome and Co., (formerly Gunner, Wilson and Jerome)
Creators Seely, Charles, of Brook House, Brook, Isle of Wight
Related information The political papers of Jack Edward Seely, the first Lord Mottistone, are in the Library of Nuffield College, Oxford.
Other Seely documents are in the British Library

Contents:
The documents catalogued here represent the title to an extensive estate in the Isle of Wight, chiefly acquired between 1856 and 1874 by Charles Seely, Member of Parliament for Lincoln and owner of lucrative coal mines in Nottinghamshire.
Papers concerned with the administration of the estate are described as sections 122 - 125 in this catalogue. The great bulk of the documents, however, is made up of title deeds to the constituent parts of the estate dating back, in some cases, as far as the 13th century, sections 1 - 121. In the listing of these papers a distinction has been drawn between the title deeds themselves and miscellaneous items concerned with title. These later, which are particularly numerous and troublesome in the 19th century, "shadow" the true title deeds section by section under the distinctive "A" reference, see table of contents.
Deeds to the principal purchases made by Charles Seely are grouped, where applicable, with deeds to smaller neighbouring and subsidiary properties. The result of this is an arrangement generally geographic, but not always so. Bowcombe and Brighstone, though separated from each other by a considerable distance, were purchased together in 1873, JER/SEL/48/1. They have, therefore, been placed together here with deeds to the smaller properties subsidiary to each one close at hand, sections 48 - 82. A separate introduction has been provided for each of the six major groups of title deeds.
The two largest manorial properties, Bowcombe and Gatcombe, have extensive series of leases dating back as far as the middle ages, sections 60 and 88. Leases for the lesser properties are placed immediately after the relevant title deeds in separate sections of their own. Leases granted by the Seely family or which were current at the time any property was purchased by the family take their place amongst the estate papers as section 124.
A very few items concerned with the Seely family's activities in public life have been found in the present deposit and placed in section 122.
In common with the rest of the Jerome papers the Seely documents have suffered from poor management in the past which has resulted in serious loss of archival integrity. Many of the documents listed in the present catalogue have previously been described incorrectly elsewhere. Each entry in this catalogue, therefore, is terminated with a former reference number, where applicable.



GATCOMBE ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The extensive estate owned by William Hinton Harvey and his father, John Harvey, in the parishes of Gatcombe, Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell was bought by Charles Seely in 1873 as two lots, JER/SEL/83/1 and JER/SEL/94/13. The earlier title deeds, however, break down into six natural groups:- Gatcombe manor and certain closely related properties, sections 84-89A; Sheat, sections 90-92A; the farms at East Billingham, sections 93-93A; Chillerton Farm, sections 94-95; and West Billingham, sections 96-96A.
The subsequent history of land-ownership in Gatcombe, and hence of the archive catalogued here, was immensley complicated by the break up and sale of one undivided moiety of the manor to no less than six purchasers in 1561, JER/SEL/84/12. The other moiety was bought intact by John Worsley in 1573 and his descendants occupied themselves sporadically over the next one hundred years acquiring the outstanding moiety of diverse tenements in Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, see in particular section 85, or otherwise coming to terms with the co-owners, see IWRO FB/27. There are also here separate series of deeds to the Advowson, section 86, and to small medieval freeholds at Faselham and Arblaster Down, section 87. The relationship of these latter to the main series is by no means clear.
A handful of court rolls, including three of medieval date, some rentals and a rough survey dated 1610 make up section 89. The leases, section 88, are far more numerous and have been provided with their own index. As with the Bowcombe leases a distinction has been drawn between demesne lands and ancient copyhold tenements. Wherever possible these latter have been identified with the holdings at Gatcombe described in the Knollys Survey of 1560, a transcript of which is kept at the Isle of Wight Record Office. Unfortunately many tenements can no longer be satisfactorily identified. Leases for Champion Farm, Arreton, Gatcombe Advowson and some very small pieces of land once the property of the Knights of St. John are also included in section 88.
A schedule of deeds and documents held on behalf of mortgagees in 1872, JER/SEL/83A/14, includes numerous 16th century deeds which do not form part of the present deposit, nor is their current whereabouts known. It is, however, believed that the "large quantity of ancient court rolls" described in the same schedule were acquired by Col. Hobart, the purchaser of Gatcombe in 1926, and are still in the custody of his descendants. Many Gatcombe papers were removed to Scotland by Alexander Campbell after his sale of the estate in 1837 and are now at Oban Priory. A summary list of these has been deposited with the National Register of Archives and a copy is included here as Appendix II.
The main body of Sheat documents at the Isle of Wight Record Office is to be found in the Fitzherbert-Brockholes deposit. The group of records here consists of little more than the conveyance to Lord Ashburton, the banker, in 1838, a few back-up papers and a handful of leases. JER/SEL/90A/1 is an unusual item describing the legal dispute between a father and son over valuable possessions in Surrey, Hampshire and Middlesex.
Knockers Hole, like the two Billinghams, was anciently part of Bowcombe manor. However, it was alientated at a relatively early date and thus has a respectable series of title deeds of its own, section 92. West Billingham did not part company from the parent manor till 1807, JER/SEL/96/4, and the farm at East Billingham not till 1842, JER/SEL/93/8. The earlier title to the Billinghams, then, is to be sought in section 50, the deeds to Bowcombe manor. Similarly leases for the tenements at East and West Billingham will be found in section 60. The deeds to Chillerton Farm, section 94, are not a lengthy series and the oldest amongst them dates only from 1823, though it does contain lengthy recitations. At the end of section 98, the leases for Chillerton, will be found two bundles of court books and a few related manorial documents. JER/SEL/94/3 and JER/SEL/94/10 describe numerous other farms both in the Isle of Wight and on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border.
As at Brook, Bowcombe and Brighstone, the Seely family were quick to consolidate their estates at Gatcombe by buying neighbouring farms whenever possible. The deeds to these subsidiary properties will be found as sections 97-105A. The layout of the farms at Cridmore is nicely illustrated by a map, JER/SEL/103A/1, of 1780.

GATCOMBE ESTATE MAIN SERIES  JER/SEL/83-83A  [n.d.]

GATCOMBE ESTATE MAIN SERIES - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  JER/SEL/83/1  1873 April 10

Contents:
(a) Manor or lordship of Gatcombe, I.W., with quit rents and rights of free warren as described in JER/SEL/84/36
(b) GATCOMBE HOUSE, 19.223a.
(c) Various pieces of woodland, p. Gatcombe, 68.471a.
(d) SHEAT and TUCKERS FARM, p. Gatcombe, 290.312a.
Lands of above in p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 48.418a.
(e) Blacksmith's shop, lately called KNOCKER'S, p. Gatcombe, 1r. 22p.
(f) NEW BARN FARM, p. Gatcombe, 290.169a.
(g) HILL and GARSTONS FARM, p. Gatcombe, 470.695a.
(h) GATCOMBE MILL, 36.995a.
(i) Cottage and land, p. Gatcombe, 1.435a.
(j) 7 cottages in village and parish of Gatcombe, some in multiple occupancy, one used as a schoolhouse, 3.906a.
(k) ROSSLAND or ROSLIN FARM, p. Carisbrooke, 225.586a.
(l) LOWER RILL FARM, p. Carisbrooke, 125.258a.
(m) LOVERSTON and UPPER RILL FARMS, p. Carisbrooke
(n) Piece of land in p. Carisbrooke, 2r. 39p.
Maps and schedules attached for (b) - (n)
(1) William Hinton Harvey, formerly of Chillerton [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., now of Surbiton, Surrey, esq.
(2) Charles Seely the elder of Brooke, I.W., esq. M.P. Charles Seely the younger, of Queens Gate Gardens, Middx., esq. M.P.
Consid: £76,463 8s. 10d.
Recites: 1871 April 22
Conveyance from Lord Ashburton to William Hinton Harvey

GATCOMBE ESTATE MAIN SERIES - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Rt. Hon. Lord Ashburton to the Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/1  1869

Contents:
Covers years 1840 - 1841
Marked No. 2

Copy of request by Rt. Hon. Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton to the trustees of the will of late Alexander, Lord Ashburton to sell estates in I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/2  1869

Contents:
Original made 1869 July 9

Copy of contract for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/83A/3  1869

Contents:
Manor of Gatcombe, I.W.
Capital messuage called GATCOMBE HOUSE
Messuages, farms, mill, land etc., called the GATCOMBE ESTATE
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called LAKE FARM, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
Capital messuage, lands, cottages, etc., called SHEAT PLACE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke
Messuages, land and hereditaments comprising the three farms called ROSSLAND FARM, RILL FARM and LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke
(1) Thomas Baring of Norman Court, Hants., esq., M.P. Henry Bingham Mildmay of Bishopgate Street, London, esq. [Trustees]
(2) Rt. Hon. Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton [Vendor]
(3) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, p. Wootton, I.W., [Purchaser]
Consid: £70,000
Original made 1869 July 10

Copies of certificates and deeds, correspondence, extracts etc., re sale of Gatcombe Estate, I.W., from Lord Ashburton to William Hinton Harvey  JER/SEL/83A/4  1869 - 1870

1 small bundle

Copy of JER/SEL/83A/4  JER/SEL/83A/5  1872

Contents:
Marked B

Abstract of deed of release from legacy.  JER/SEL/83A/6  1872

Contents:
Original made 1846 July 29
Marked E

Abstract of deed of appointment of H. B. Mildmay, esq., as trustee under will of late Alexander, Lord Ashburton  JER/SEL/83A/7  1872

Contents:
Marked F

Copy of request for sale as JER/SEL/83A/2  JER/SEL/83A/8  1872

Contents:
Marked G

Abstract of title of Rt. Hon. Lord Ashburton and his trustees to freehold cottage, shop and garden [called KNOCKERS] at Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/9  1872


Related information: See Knockers Hole for full series of title deeds

Contents:
Covers year 1851 only
Marked H

Abstract of title of William Hinton Harvey to part of the manor and estate of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/10  1872

Contents:
Covers years 1840 - 1870

Supplementary abstract of title of William Hinton Harvey, as JER/SEL/83A/10  JER/SEL/83A/11  1872

2 copies

Contents:
Covers years 1871 - 1872
One copy marked I

Copy of will and codicil of late Alexander, Lord Ashburton  JER/SEL/83A/12  1872

Contents:
Original proved 1848 August 31

Copy of mortgage  JER/SEL/83A/13  1872

Contents:
Gatcombe Estate, I.W.
Schedules attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Wootton], I.W. esq.
(2) Edward Uttermare Bullen of Middle Temple, esq.
Thomas Joseph Bullen of Inner Temple, esq.
Simon Thomas Scrope junior of Danby, Yorks., esq.
Consid: £40,000 at interest
Original made 1871 April 24

Schedule of deeds and documents to Gatcombe Manor and Estate, I.W., as delivered by Bullen, Bullen and Scrope, mortgagees to [blank]  JER/SEL/83A/14  1872

Contents:
Very extensive, includes many 16th century deeds not to be found in main series
[ex JER/686]

Letter from Auction and Land Offices to A. Harbottle Estcourt esq., re Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/15  1872 March 4

Contents:
[Ex JER/592]

Sale catalogue.  JER/SEL/83A/16  1872 July

4 items

Outsize

Contents:
Covers LAKE FARM, HILL FARM, GARSTONS FARM and NEWBARN FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W., and ROSLIN FARM, UPPER RILL and LOVERSTON Farm and LOWER RILL FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Maps and full schedules attached
2 items marked "First Edition", 2 marked "Second Edition"

Handbill re sale as JER/SEL/83A/16  JER/SEL/83A/17  1872 July

Analysis of lease of HILL and GARSTON'S FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/18  1873

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/83A/19  1873 April

2 copies


Related information: See JER/SEL/83/1 for final form

Statutory declarations, memoranda, notices, extracts, reports etc., re Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/20  1873

1 bundle

Traced map of Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/83A/21  nd [c 1873]

2 copies

Contents:
Scale c. 8 inches to 1 mile

Schedule of deeds  JER/SEL/83A/22  1873

2 items

Contents:
Copy of JER/SEL/83A/14
[ex JER/685 & 687]

GATCOMBE MANOR AND ASSOCIATED PROPERTIES  JER/SEL/84-89A  [n.d.]

GATCOMBE MANOR - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Gift  JER/SEL/84/1  1369/70 January 28

Contents:
Manor of Gatecombe, [I.W.], and advowson of the church there
(1) Geoffrey Roucle
John Bisshopeston
Walter de Burton
Robert Seman
(2) Lawrence de Lisle
Witnesses: Ralph Russel, Theobald Gorges, Sir John de Kyngeston, Ralph de Wolverton, Giles Trenchard
[ex CAR D/51]

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/84/2  1394 July 20

Contents:
(1) John Bremshute
Elizabeth his wife
(2) Ralph Wolverton
Walter Burton
others
Records legal action of (1) against (2) for possession of manor of Gatcombe, I.W. (2) now agree to allow (1) possession, but (1) to pay (2) 140 marks and 4 marks or value of the manor p.a.
[ex CAR D/60]

Grant  JER/SEL/84/3  1394 October 1

Contents:
Annual rent of £10 from manor of Gatecumbe, I.W.
(1) Thomas Lisle, s. and heir of Lawrence Lisle
(2) Ralph de Wolverton senior
To take effect only if (2) fails to pay (1) £25, £12 10s. and £12 10s. at Easter, Michaelmas and Easter respectively next following.
Witnesses: John Lisle, William Mapill, John Mouell, Thomas Brerdyng, John Clerk of Lymyngton
[ex 16M48/254]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/84/4  1408 May 9

Contents:
Manor of Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Thomas Lysle, esq.
(2) Elizabeth, late the wife of John Bremshete
[ex 16M48/255]

Indented agreement [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/84/5  1430 May 3

Poor condition

Contents:
Annual rent of 50 marks from the Manor of Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) William Bremshute, esq.
(2) John Bremshute, eldest s. of (1) Alice, d. of Sir Thomas Wykeham
To be void if (2) enjoy and possess half the manor of Rustynton, Sussex.
Witnesses: Maurice Berkele, Sir Walter Sandes, William Brokas, John Uvedale, John Lisle
[ex 16M48/257]

Assignment  JER/SEL/84/6  1433 October 1

Contents:
Dower rights of (1) in Manors of Gatcombe, [I.W.], and Bremshet, [Hants.], with appurtenances viz:
Lands etc. in Wydecombe called WESTBROUK and WESTHEY and annual rent of 53s. 4d.
Tenement etc., and 50a. land lately held by Robert Gilmyn and Maud his wife in Faselham with the reversion after their deaths
Tenement etc. and 6a. land and 2a. meadow lately held by Nicholas atte Welle in Faselham called HACHARD
Tenement etc., and 11a. land lately held by John Shephurd in Gatcombe, formerly Robert Jacob
Tenement etc. and 10a. land called ALYS AMMYS lately held by John Snodden, senior
Tenement etc., and 36a. land lately held by Thomas Geffray, formerly William Snodden
Tenement etc., and 11a. land lately held by Robert Snodden junior, formerly John Wydecumbe
Tenement etc., and 11a. land lately held by John Shephurd at Faselham, formerly Walter Janyus
(1) John Bremshett, s. and heir of William Bremshet
(2) Joan, wife of William Bremshett
Witnesses: John Roucle, Lewis Mewes, John Heyno
[ex 16M48/258]

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/84/7  1528 April 12

Contents:
(a) Moiety of manor of Bramshett, Hants.
Moiety of manor of Gatcombe, Whitwell, Calbourne and Newport, I.W.
(b) Manor of Sheffeld with appurtenances in Sheffeld, Flatchyng, Estgrenestede, Godstone, Hodeley, Horsted Kames, Littill Horsted, Hartfeld, Ukfeld, Alfreston, Lyngfeld and Walkested, Sussex and Surrey
(1) Sir John Dudley
(2) William Ernley, esq.
(1) conveys (a) to (2)
(2) conveys (b) to (1)

Bargain and Sale  JER/SEL/84/8  1564 March 31

Contents:
Moiety of manor of Whitwell, I.W., with all lands, tenements, etc., belonging to it
All lands, tenements, services etc., of (1) in p. Gatcombe, I.W., occs. James Gryme, John Gilbert, John Erlisman, John Romayne, John Slader, [John] Harvie of the Personage, John Hatcher, Thomas Newin, Nicholas Elton, Nicholas Wissett, Robert Holoway, John Tawke and Nicholas Harvie of Breke
(1) Richard Ernley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
(2) George Fenner of Erneley, Sussex, gent.
Consid: Not given

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/84/9  1571 June 1

Contents:
All lands late of William Erneley of Kackham, Sussex in Sussex and Hants.
(1) Anne Peachie, grandaughter of late William Erneley
(2) Richard Erneley
Henrie Goringe
Edwarde Banister
John Woorsley
David Owrey
John Erelsman

Deed of covenant for production of title deed  JER/SEL/84/10  1576 November 6


Related information: Relates to JER/SEL/84/7

Contents:
(1) John Worseley of Appuldurcombe, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) Richard Erneley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.

Gift  JER/SEL/84/11  1515 September 19

Contents:
All (1)'s part of the manors of Gattecomb, Whyttewell and Westover with appurtenances ps. Gattecomb, Whyttewell, Braddyng and Calborn, I.W.
(1) Edmund Pakenham, esq.
(2) Sir Thomas West, s. of Sir Thomas West, Lord de la Warr
Sir William Wuedall
William Wudall
Edward Lewkenor, esq.
Philip Gryngr
Thomas Wuedell
George Dyngley, gent.
Richard Fylder, senior
[ex 16M48/276]

Indented agreement prior to common recovery  JER/SEL/84/12  1560/1 January 24

Contents:
Moiety of manor of Gatcombe and Whitwell, I.W.
(1) Dame Constance Poole, wydowe, late wyfe of Sir Geffery Poole, d. and co-heir of late Sir Edmonde Pagenham
Arthure Poole, her eldeste sonne
(2) a) Johne Tawke of Gatcumbe, I.W.
Thomas Tawke of Roukeley, [p. Godshill, I.W.]
b) Wylliam Porter of Newporte, [I.W.], gent.
c) David Urrey of Thorley, [I.W.]
d) William Deacon of p. Newchurch, [I.W.]
e) Richarde Newlande of Shankelinge, [I.W.]
f) William Harvye, sonne of Margaret Harvye of Wytcumbe, p. Caresbrooke, [I.W.]
g) James Grimme of p. Caresbrooke
h) Richarde Newman of Northforde, p. Goddishill, [Whitwell Quarter, I.W.]
i) Nicholas Colman
j) Richarde Newman of Southforde, [p. Whitwell, I.W.]
k) Richarde Aylisburye
l) John Bradinge of p. Goddishill, I.W., yeoman
Division amongst purchasers as follows:-
(a) Moiety of capital messuage, tenement or farme place in Gatcombe, occ. John Tawke
Moiety of advowson of churche of Gatcombe
Moiety of messuages, howses, lands, mills, etc., in Gatcombe and Carresbrooke, occs. John Tawke, John Moore, Richarde Nutte, Johan Nutte, widow, Johne Erlysman, gent., and William Newin
Moiety of messuages or tenements etc., in Gatcombe, occs Alice Goter widowe, Roberte Hollowey, Nicholas Whysset, Nicholas Harvye, Johne Harvye of Parsonage and John Slader
(b) Moiety of messuages or tenements etc., in Gatcombe and Casebroke, occs. Johne Payne of Witcombe, William Harvye of Lake, Margery Newin wydowe, Alice Boys, wydowe, Johne Romyn and Johne Doverman
(c) Moiety of messuages or tenements etc., in Gatcombe and Caresbroke, occs. John Willier, Johne Gilberte and Johne Maister
(d) Moiety of two messuages or tenements, etc., in ps. Newchurche and St. Helleins, occs. William Deacon and George Pay of Duxmore, [p. Newchurch]
(e) Moiety of one messuage or tenement etc., in Gatcombe and Casebrooke, occ. Alice Wade wydowe
(f) Moiety of one messuage or tenement etc., in Witcombe, ps. Caresbroke and Gatcombe, occ. Margaret Harvye wydowe
(g) Moiety of one messuage or tenement etc., in Witcombe occ. Johne Harvye
(h) Moiety of capital messuage, tenement or farme place in Whytwell, occs. Roberte Hales, Richarde Newman of Northforde, Richard Edes, Johan Jolyffe wydowe, Dorythee Holebroke wydowe, William Jacobe, Richarde Newman clerke, Agnes Allin wydow, Andrew Spanner, William Typpe, Thomas Serell, Johne Serell of Stockbridge, William Orcharde, Alice Chidle widowe, Johne Aylesbery, Elin Colle wydowe, William Ganne, Thomas Jacobe the elder, and Thomas Jacobe the younger
Moiety of house in Whytwell called the CHURCHE HOUSE or PREASTHOUSE
Moiety of rents out of land, tenements etc., of Johne Dingley, esq., William Newman and Richarde Ales yeoman
(i) Moiety of three messuages or tenements etc., in Whytwell and Wathe, p. Goddyshill, occs. Nicholas Coleman, Gilberte Hardinge and Johne Prowte
(j) Moiety of two messuages or tenements and one water mylne in Whytwell and Gatcombe, occs. Richarde Newman of Southforde and Alice Harry wydowe
(k) Moiety of one messuage or tenement etc., in Whytwell occ. Richarde Aylesburye
(l) Moiety of two messuages or tenements etc., in Whytwell, occs. Johne Bradinge and Alice Slader wydowe

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/84/13  1566/7 March 20

Contents:
Moiety of manor, capital messuage, tenement or farme place in Gatcombe, I.W.
Moiety of piece of arable land in Kyngesbroome, p. Gatcombe, 4a.
All lands, tenements, free rents etc., of (1) in ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) John Tawke of Gatcombe, gent.
(2) John Worsleye of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W., esq.
Consid: £300

Inspeximus of 2 letters patent  JER/SEL/84/14  1580 May 14

Contents:
1308 November 15
Free warren in Gatecombe, Caulborne and Whitwell, I.W., granted to John de Insula, son of Baldwin de Insula
1333 August 6
Weekly market on Thursdays and annual fair, 24-26 July, at Langeford, Devon and free warren in Langeford, Cakebere Fifide, Somerset and Chale, I.W., granted to John de Langeford
Endorsed "An exemplification for John Worsley, esq."
[ex GAT/19]

Deed to declare the uses of a common recovery  JER/SEL/84/15  1617 October 20

Contents:
Manor of Gatcombe, 30 messuages, 1 dovehouse, 20 gardens, 400a. land etc., 30s. rent, ps. Gatecombe and Carrisbrooke, I.W.
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) Edward Richards of Southampton Town, esq.
(3) Thomas Worseley of Chale, I.W., esq.
Recovery to be and enure to uses of (1)
[ex 16M48/271]

Indented agreement [by way of marriage settlement post facto]  JER/SEL/84/16  1618 August 18

Contents:
Capitall mesuage or farme called Gatecombe, I.W.
(1) John Worseley of Gatecombe, esq.
(2) Edward Richardes the elder of Southampton, esq.
Property to be used as dower for Cicely, d. of (2), now wife of (1)

Lease and Release [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/84/17  1687 November 9 & 10

Contents:
Manor and lordshipp of Gatcomb, I.W.
(1) Sir Edward Worseley of Gatcombe
Dame Jane, his wife
John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq., s. and heir of Sir Edward
(2) Henry Dawley of Lanston, Hants., esq.
David Urry the elder of p. Freshwater, I.W., gent.
David Urry the younger of p. Freshwater, gent., grandson of David the elder
Ann Urry spinster, grandaughter of David the elder and sister of David the younger
(3) Henry Worseley of Gatcomb, gent.
James Serle of p. Freshwater, gent.
Property conveyed to (3) as trustees to use of John Worsley and Ann Urry, his intended wife, then in tail mail

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/84/18  1708 October 27

Contents:
Manor and lordship of Gatcomb, ps. Gatcomb and Carisbrook, I.W.
All other lands of (1) in same parishes
(1) John Worseley of Gatcomb, I.W., esq.
Edward Worsley, esq., s. and heir of John
(2) John Leigh of North Court, [p. Shorwell], I.W., esq.
David Urry of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., gent.
(3) Anne Leigh of Idlecomb, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., widow
Jane Leigh, spinster, d. of Anne by her late husband, John Leigh, esq.
Property conveyed to (2) as trustees to use of Edward Worsley and Jane Leigh, his intended wife, then in tail male

Lease for 61 years  JER/SEL/84/19  1717 December 19

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and lands commonly called HILL FARME and other lands of (1), p. Gatcombe, I.W., occ. Jane Woodcock, widow, at rack rent
(1) John Worsley of Gatcomb, I.W., esq.
(2) Edward Worsley of Ford, [p. Whitwell], I.W., s. and heir of (1)
Consid: £10 p.a.

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/84/20  1738/9 January 29

Contents:
Messuage, tenement or farme called HILL FARME and NORTH CROFTS, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq
(2) Anne Worsley of Newport, I.W., spinster
Mary Worsley of Newport, I.W., spinster
Consid: £1,000 at interest

Assignment of demise for 1,000 years  JER/SEL/84/21  1748/9 March 22

Contents:
Share of Anne Worsley in mortgaged property as above
(1) Marrian Feaver of Melbury Osmond, Dorset, clerk
Anne Worsley, late of Newport, I.W., spinster
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W.
William Leigh of Dorchester, Dorset, D.D.
Consid: Nominal

Lease and Release [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/84/22  1768 Aug 19 & 20

Contents:
Capital messuage or mansion house called GATCOMBE HOUSE, I.W.
Moiety of farm or manor of PAGHAM, p. Arreton, I.W., 320a.
Moiety of 1/3 of:-
Manor or lordship of Kingston, I.W.
Capital messuage and lands called KINGSTON, ps. Kingston and Shorwell, I.W.
Messuages or tenements and lands etc., called ATHERFIELD and TUTTENS, ps. Kingston and Shorwell
Messuages or tenements and lands etc., called CORVE and RYALLS, ps. Shorwell, Kingston and Chale, I.W.
Two messuages or tenements and lands etc., called STROUD GREEN and DAY'S, p. Chale
Messuage or tenement and lands etc., called IVYHOUSE, ps. Shorwell and Kingston
Messuages or tenements and lands etc., called DUNGWOOD, HASLETT and WHITES, ps. Shorwell and Kingston
Messuages or tenements and lands etc., called HARTS and BYLES, p. Godshill, I.W.
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
(2) Ann Crow of Alvington, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., widow
Elizabeth Crow of Alvington, spinster, daughter of Ann
(3) James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
William Clark of Newport, IW., gent.
Timothy Forbes of Colemans Street, London, merchant
John Sissmore of Portsmouth, Hants., gent.
Property conveyed to (3) as trustees for use of (1) and Elizabeth Crow, his intended wife
[ex WOR/43A & 40]

Lease and Release [by way of assignment of mortgage]  JER/SEL/84/23  1768 October 7 & 8

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/84/22
(1) Elizabeth Smith of Newport, I.W., widow [Old mortgagee]
(2) Ann Crow of Alvington, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., widow
Timothy Forbes of Coleman Street, London, merchant
John Trattle of Newport, I.W., gent.
[Executors of will of late John Crow of Bedford Row, Middx., esq.]
(3) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Elizabeth, his wife nee Crow [Mortgagors]
(4) James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
William Clarke of Newport, gent. [Trustees for (3)]
(5) John Sissmore of Portsmouth, gent. [New mortgagee]
Consid: (5) pays (1) £3,000
Recites original mortgage 1759/60 January 3 & 4

Assignment of legacy  JER/SEL/84/24  1768 October 10

Contents:
(1) Samuell Marshall of Wickham, Hants., esq.
Elizabeth, his wife, nee Worsley
(2) Ann Crow of Alvington, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., widow
Timothy Forbes of Coleman Street, London, merchant
John Trattle of Newport, I.W., gent.
[Executors of will of late John Crow]
(3) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Elizabeth his wife, nee Crow
(4) James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
William Clarke of Newport, gent.
(5) John Sissmore of Portsmouth, Hants., gent.
Consid: (2) pay (4) £1,358 15s. 0d.
(2) pay (3) £541 5s. 0d.
Relates to will of late John Crow
[ex WOR/44]

Assignment of legacy  JER/SEL/84/25  1768 October 14

Contents:
(1) Jane Worsley, spinster, d. of late Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W.
(2) Ann Crow of Alvington, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., widow
Timothy Forbes of Coleman Street, London, merchant
John Trattle of Newport, I.W., gent.
[Executors of will of late John Crow]
(3) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Elizabeth his wife, nee Crow
(4) James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
William Clarke of Newport, gent.
(5) John Sissmore of Portsmouth, Hants., gent.
Consid: (2) pays (1) £1,000
Relates to will of late Sir Edward Worsley
[ex WOR/45]

Lease and Release [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/84/26  1781 March 30 & 31

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse with brewhouse, larder, dairy house, barn (lately taken down), stable (lately taken down) and fuel house with green court, backside, another court, walled gardens at front and south-east of dwellinghouse (lately converted to a meadow), large orchard and wilderness behind dwellinghouse and grove of walnut, beech and other trees, 2 closes of land nearby, ½a., and 2a., the larger called Butlers, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Abbs of all above: e. Kings Highway from Gatcombe Street to Newbarn Farm; n. Kings Highway from Gatcombe Street to Garstons Barn; w. 2 closes called Patt Hayes and Wardes; s. a coppice or hedgerow and a close called Bottom Ground.
Numerous small closes of ground, fully described, all p. Gatcombe
Cottage, etc., belonging to lands called Potts, p. Gatcombe
(1) Jane Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., spinster
(2) Rev. Arthur Hodgkinson now residing in Newport, I.W., clerk
(3) James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill]
William Clarke of Newport, gent.
Property conveyed to trustees for use of Rev. Arthur Hodgkinson and Jane Worsley, his intended wife, then in tail male

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/84/27  1784 June 17 & 18

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/84/26
(1) Rev. Arthur Hodgkinson of Gatcombe, I.W., clerk
(2) Rev. Henry Worsley of Whitcombe, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., clerk
Consid: Not given

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/84/28  1801 May 7

Contents:
(1) Lawrence Dundas Campbell of Nottingham Place, p. St. Marylebone, Middx., esq.
Emma Campbell, his wife, nee Courtenay
(2) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
Richard Johnson of Stratford Place, p. St. Marylebone, esq.
Concerns money to be used as jointure for Emma Campbell

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/84/29  1801 Nov 9

Contents:
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux, his wife
(2) Rt. Hon. & Rev. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes
Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
(3) Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq.
(4) James Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent.
(4) to become trustee to marriage settlement of (1) in place of (3)
Lengthy recitations

Deed of appointment  JER/SEL/84/30  1801 November 16

Contents:
(1) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford, [p. Arreton], I.W., D.D.
Elizabeth Troughear, his wife
(2) Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife, nee Worsley
(3) Robert Clarke of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., gent., eldest s. and heir of late William Clarke
Concerns rent charge of £105 p.a. on Gatcombe estate now conveyed to (3) so that it will merge with the freehold

Two Leases and a Release [by way of deed of partition]  JER/SEL/84/31  1801 November 18 & 19

Contents:
(a) Manor or lordship of Pagham, [p. Arreton], I.W.
Messuage or tenement and farm called PAGHAM, 320a., with tithes
Closes of land called Hublands, p. Arreton, 40a., with tithes
Messuage or tenement and farm called FORD, ps. Godshill and Whitwell, with tithes
North part of tenement and millhouse called NORTHFORD MILL p. Godshill
23/24 of messuage or tenement called FROGLAND, p. Niton, I.W., 15a., with common of pasture for 51 [sic] sheep on wastes of the manor of Beauchamp
Close of arable land [at Merston], p. Arreton, 7a.
(b) Manor or lordship of Gatcombe, I.W.
Messuage or tenement and farmhouse called GATCOMBE HILL with named closes of arable land, a barn called PHRIPPS BARN, a cottage or tenement called WHITES, cottage with 3a. furzy ground adjoining and meadow and pasture land, inclosed and uninclosed lying on left of highway from Cox's Corner to Chillerton, 137a. 0r. 12p., all p. Gatcombe
Closes of land planted with withies, p. Gatcombe, 14a., [i.e. Gatcombe Withybed]
Two pieces of moory ground near last, 4a. 2r. 35p.
Pieces of land called HUNGER HILLS, p. Arreton, 9a. 3r. 32p.
Piece of land in p. Carisbrooke, near Cox's Corner, 3r. 39p. Piece of land called THE HORSE MOOR, p. Arreton, 5a. 2r. 35p.
Piece of land near Gatcombe House, ¾a.
Piece of land called COOK'S, p. Gatcombe, 5a.
Piece of land in Gatcombe Street called GEARYS MEAD, 2a.
Tithes of CHAMPION FARM, p. Arreton
Capital messuage or mansion house called GATCOMBE HOUSE
Advowson of the rectory of Gatcombe
Messuage or tenement and farm called LITTLE WHITCOMBE alias GOLDSMITHS, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, 44a.
Messuage or tenement and farm called VALLEYS, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, 31a.
Two closes of land called SWEETLANDS, p. Gatcombe, 9a. 4 cottages in Gatcombe Street
Messuage or tenement and lands called SANDERS alias TUCKERS, p. Gatcombe, 12a.
Cottage called THEARLES COTTAGE, p. Gatcombe
Moiety of messuage or tenement and farm called LAKE FARM, [p. Gatcombe], 35a.
(1) Robert Clarke of p. Carisbrooke, esq., eldest s. and heir at law of late William Clarke of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
(2) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford, [p. Arreton], I.W., D.D. Elizabeth Troughear Worsley, his wife, late the widow of Edward Meux Worsley, esq.
(3) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W., devisee in trust under will of late Edward Meux Worsley
(4) Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
(5) James Forbes of Stanmore Hill, Middx., esq. Rev. Anthony William Glynn, late Fellow of New College, Oxford [Trustees]
(6) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq. Jane Meux Campbell, his wife
(7) Rt. Hon. & Rev. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Trustees]
(8) Edward Rushworth of Freshwater House, I.W., esq.
John Delgarno of Newport, I.W., esq. [Trustees]
Recites: Will of Sir Edward Worsley, marriage settlement of Edward Meux Worsley and Elizabeth Troughear Holmes, will of Edward Meux Worsley, marriage settlement of Elizabeth Meux Worsley and Edmund John Glynn, marriage settlement of Jane Meux Worsley and Alexander Campbell and agreement for division of property held jointly by (4) & (6) subject to life interest of Elizabeth Troughear Worsley in ¼ of PAGHAM and HUBLANDS and an annual rent charge of £105 out of other lands
(4) becomes outright owner of (a)
(6) become outright owners of (b)
(4) & (6) each agree to pay Elizabeth Troughear Worsley an annuity of £52 10s. 0d.

Deed of Appointment  JER/SEL/84/32  1801 November 25

Contents:
Moiety of:-
(a) Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called NEWBARN FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 441a.
Piece of coppice called TOLT COPPICE, p. Gatcombe, 14a., 0r. 18p.
Named Closes of land, p. Gatcombe
3 cottages in Gatcombe Street
Tenement and blacksmiths shop, p. Gatcombe
Quitt rent of £1 out of farm called VERES, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Quitt rent of £1 2s. 10d. out of farm called WHITECROFT, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Quitt rent of 6s. out of farm called WHITCOMBE, p. Carisbrooke
Quitt rent of 3s. 3d. out of farms and lands called RUSHES, COLMANS, WILL NICHOLAS, DINGLEYS, and ST. ULEYS, [p. Gatcombe]
Quitt rent of 5s. out of farm called ALVERSTONE, p. Brading, I.W.
Quitt rent of a pair of gloves for manor of Merstone, [p. Arreton], I.W.
(b) Tenement, farm and lands called GAUSTONS, p. Gatcombe, 287a.
(1) Robert Clarke of p. Carisbrooke, esq., eldest s. and heir of late William Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(2) Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
(3) James Forbes of Stanmore Hill, Middx., esq. Rev. Anthony William Glynn, late Fellow of New College, Oxford [Trustees]
(4) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq. Jane Meux Campbell his wife
(5) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford, [p. Arreton], I.W., D.D. Elizabeth Troughear Worsley, his wife, [late the widow of Edward Meux Worsley, esq.]
(6) Rt. Hon. and Rev. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes Maurice George Bissett of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Trustees]
Consid: (4) pay (2) £5,056 6s. 8d. for (a)
(4) pay (2) £2,441 13s. 4d. for (b)
Purchase money previously raised by selling other parts of settled estate of (5)

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/84/33  1802 May 5 & 6

Contents:
Two pieces of land in North Common Field, both 1a., one lying near VERES FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Messuage or tenement and lands called SANDERS alias TUCKERS, p. Gatcombe, 10a.
Moiety of messuage or tenement and land called LAKE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., 33a.
Except 1a. of land in North Common Field, part of SANDERS alias TUCKERS, moiety of 3 pieces of land called THREE ACRES, FOUR ACRES, and FIVE ACRES, near HILL FARM, and of 1a. of land in South Common Field, parts of LAKE FARM, all p. Gatcombe.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W.,, esq. Jane Meux, his wife [Vendors]
(2) Rt. Hon. & Rev. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Trustees]
(3) William Spanner of Lake, p. Carisbrooke [Purchaser]
(4) James Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
Consid: (3) pays (1) £950
[This property and other moiety of Lake evidently sold back to Campbell in 1819, see JER/SEL/84/40]

Release following lease for a year  JER/SEL/84/34  1802 December 29

Contents:
Two half shares of one sixth of:-
Manor and lordship of Kingstone, I.W.
Capital messuage called KINGSTONE, with named fields
Advowson of Rectory of Kingstone
Messuages or tenements, cams and lands called CORVE and RYALLS ps. Kingstone and Chale, I.W.
(1) Robert Clarke of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., esq., eldest s. and heir of late William Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(2) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W., devisee in trust under will of late Edward Meux Worsley
(3) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford House, [p. Arreton], I.W. D.D.
Elizabeth Troughear Worsley, his wife, late the widow of Edward Meux Worsley, esq.
(4) Rt. Hon. and Rev. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Trustees]
(5) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife [Vendors]
(6) James Forbes of Stanmore Hill, Middx., esq.
Rev. Anthony William Glynn, late Fellow of New College, Oxford [Trustees]
(7) John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq. [Purchaser]
Consid: (7) pays (5) £3,956 5s. 0d. Subject to life interest of Elizabeth Troughear Worsley

Assignment  JER/SEL/84/35  1809 December 30

Contents:
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Emma Campbell of York Buildings, Middx., widow of late Lawrence Dundas Campbell of Charles Street, Westminster, Middx., esq.
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., gent.
Concerns life assurance policy only

Release following lease for a year [to create tenant to precipe]  JER/SEL/84/36  1817 November 25

Contents:
Manor or lordship of Gatcombe, I.W.
Site of the manor of Gatcombe with the demesne lands Advowson of the rectory of Gatcombe
Capital messuage or mansion house called GATCOMBE HOUSE GATCOMBE PARK, 90a. 1r. 0p.
Seven closes of land called GATCOMBE PARK FARM, 38a.
Messuage or tenement and farm called HILL FARM, with parts of GATCOMBE MILL, LITTLE GATCOMBE, NEWBARN and LAKE, 268a. 2r. 38p.
Messuage or tenement and farm called NEWBARN FARM, with parts of GARSTON and LITTLE GATCOMBE, 870a.
Messuage or tenement and farm called GARSTONS or GAUSTONS FARM with parts of LITTLE GATCOMBE, HILL FARM and GATCOMBE MILL, 240a.
Messuage or tenement and water corn mill called GATCOMBE MILL, 13A.
Names closes and pieces of land, p. Gatcombe
26 messuages, cottages or tenements etc., occs. given, p. Gatcombe
Quit rent of 5s. 10d. p.a. out of the manor of Chale, I.W.
Quit rent of 2s. 6d. p.a. out of the manor of Clavills, [p. Whippingham], I.W.
Quit rent of 3s. 4d. p.a. out of farm and lands called SOUTH HALE, alias WAITSHALE, [p. Arreton], I.W.
Quit rent of 1s. p.a. out of messuage etc., called CHAMPION, [p. Arreton]
Quit rent of one pair of buck skin gloves p.a. out of farm and lands called MERSTON, [p. Arreton]
Quit rent of £1 p.a. out of farm and lands called VERES alias VARIES [P. Carisbrooke], I.W.
Quit rent of 3s. 3d. p.a. out of messuage, farm and lands called SHEAT, [p. Gatcombe]
Quit rent of 1s. 6d. p.a. out of lands called BROOMHILLS, [p. Gatcombe], I.W.
Quit rent of £1 2s. 11d. p.a. out of messuage, farm and lands called WHITECROFT, [p. Carisbrooke]
Quit rent of 5s. p.a. out of farm and lands called ALVERSTONE, [p. Brading], I.W.
Quit rent of 8s. p.a. out of farm and lands called GREAT WHITCOMBE [p. Carisbrooke]
Quit rent of 6s. p.a. out of farm and lands called LITTLE WHITCOMBE, [p. Carisbrooke]
Quit rent of 2d. p.a. out of lands called MERCHANTS CLOSE, [p. Gatcombe]
Quit rent of 1d. p.a. out of lands called NETTLESTONE FARM, [p. St. Helens], I.W.
Quit rent of 1s. 8d. out of land called PRIORS LAND, p. Gatcombe]
Quit rent of 2s. 1d. out of lands called CLATTERFORD, [p. Carisbrooke]
Quit rent of 2d. p.a. out of lands called ALABASTER DOWN, [p. Carisbrooke]
Free warren over lordship of Gatcombe
Free warren over all lands in Gatcombe, Caulborne and Whitwell, I.W., which were the demesne lands of John Lisle, s. and heir of Baldwin Lisle on 1308 November 15
Free warren over lands in Chale which were the demesne lands of John Delangford on 1333 August 6
Free warren over other lands granted to John Worsley, esq., by letters patent 1580 May 14
Moiety of messuage or tenement and victualling house called BRETTS TENEMENT or THE STAR, Niton, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell of Gatcombe, their eldest s. and heir
(2) Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Trustee]
(3) Hannibal Sandys of Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, esq.
(4) William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(1) to convey to (3) who is to be tenant to precipe in common recovery

Exemplification of common recovery  JER/SEL/84/37  1817 Michaelmas Term

Contents:
Manor of Gatcombe
Site of the manor of Gatcombe
33 messuages, one water corn mill, etc., 1,300a. land, etc. 88s. rent
Moiety of 2 messuages, etc., 20a. land etc.
Moiety of 23/24 of 2 messuages, etc., 20a. land etc.
Rights of free warren etc.
Lying [variously] in ps. Gatcombe, Carisbrooke, Shorwell, Niton Calbourne, Whitwell, Arreton and Chale, I.W.
Advowson of church of Gatcombe
(1) William Hearn (Demandant)
(2) Hannibal Sandys (Tenant to precipe)
(3) Alexander Campbell, esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell, esq. (Vouchees)

Deed of appointment [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/84/38  1817 December 1

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and farm etc., called NEWBARN, part of GARSTONS, and part of LITTLE GATCOMBE, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 370a. Map and schedule in margins
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell of Gatcombe Park, esq., their eldest s. and heir
(2) Charles Knyvett of Blandford Place, Pall Mall, Middx., esq.
Consid: £8,000 at interest

Deed of appointment [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/84/39  1817 December 1

Contents:
Capital Messuage or mansion house called GATCOMBE HOUSE, I.W.
Closes of land called GATCOMBE PARK
Messuage or tenement and lands etc., called HILL FARM, p. Gatcombe, 268a. 2r. 38p.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc., called GARSTONS alias GAUSTONS FARM, p. Gatcombe, 240a.
Schedule in margin
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux Campbell, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell of Gatcombe Park, esq., their eldest s. and heir
(2) Charles Mills of Birchin Lane, London, esq.
Henry Hugh Holbeck of Inner Temple, London, esq.
John Leach of Lincolns Inn, Middx., esq.
John Dowdeswell of Lincolns Inn, esq.
Consid: £19,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1819 January 21
Copy of notice of further borrowing on same security delivered by mortgagors and new mortgagee to (2) above

Assignment of demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/84/40  1833 December 2

Contents:
2 pieces of land in North Common Field, both 1a., one lying near VERES FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Messuage or tenement and lands called SANDERS alias TUCKERS, p. Gatcombe, 10a.
Messuage or tenement and land called LAKE [not moiety as in 1802 May 5 & 6], ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., 33a.
Except 1a. of land in North Common Field, part of SANDERS alias TUCKERS, and three pieces of land called THREE ACRES, FOUR ACRES and FIVE ACRES near HILL FARM and 1a. of land in South Common Field, parts of LAKE FARM, all p. Gatcombe
(1) Henry Sewell of Newport, I.W., gent.
(2) Thomas Sewell
William Hearn of Newport, gents.
Consid: £729
Recites: Creation of the mortgage 1819 January 25 & 26 and its descent to (1)

Assigment of 4 terms in trust  JER/SEL/84/41  1840 August 10

Outsize

Contents:
(a) Messuage or tenement and lands called HILL FARM and NORTH CROFTS, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(b) Tenements called PHRIPPS and the NEW BARN, with named lands, p. Gatcombe
(c) Property as described in JER/SEL/84/26 alias KERVILLS
(1) Rev. Francis Best of South Dalton, York, clerk, legal representative of late Robert Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) William Sandys of Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, gent. limited administrator of late Rev. William Gother of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W.
(3) William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent.
(4) Elizabeth Clarke of Cheltenham, Gloucs.
Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent.
William Hearn
Widow and executors of will of late James Clarke of Newport, esq.
(5) Thomas Cooke of Newport, esq.
William Hearn
Thomas John Blachford of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., esq. legal representatives of late William Clarke of Newport, gent.
(6) Thomas Sewell
William Hearn
(7) Charles Mills, late of Birchin Lane, now of Lombard Street, London, esq.
John Edmund Dowdeswell, esq., one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery
(8) Richard Oglander, late of Ryde, I.W., now of Fairlee, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(9) Edward Vaughan Worsley of Clifton Lodge, Southampton, Major General, R.A.
Charlote Worsley of Newport, spinster
Louisa Worsley of Newport, spinster
Emma Worsley of Newport, spinster
10. Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton of the Grange, Hants., [Intending purchaser]
11. Edward Lawford of Drapers Hall, London, esq. [Assignee]
12. John Lawford of Drapers Hall, London, esq. [Assignee]
Recites: Creation of the terms:-
(a) 1738 January 29, (b) 1742 June 10, (c) 1732 July 19 and 1781 March 30 & 31 and, at great length, their descent to present.
(10) to become purchaser of Gatcombe estate for £43,250 by indenture of even date with this document

Mortgage  JER/SEL/84/42  1871 April 24

Contents:
Manor or lordship of Gatcombe, farms, lands, etc., ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
Schedules attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) Edward Uttermare Bullen of Middle Temple, esq., barrister
Thomas Joseph Bullen of Inner Temple, esq.
Simon Thomas Scrope, junior, of Danby, Yorks., esq.
Consid: £40,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1873 April 9
Reconveyance

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/84/43  1871 April 24

Contents:
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) Edward Uttermare Bullen of Middle Temple, esq., barrister
Thomas Joseph Bullen of Inner Temple, esq.
Simon Thomas Scrope, junior, of Danby, Yorks., esq.
Schedule of deeds 1842 - 1869 attached

Mortgage  JER/SEL/84/44  1871 April 25

Contents:
Manor or lordship of Gatcombe, farms, lands, etc., ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.,
Map and schedules attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) Benjamin Cotton of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., Esq.
Consid: £5,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1873 April 5
Reconveyance

GATCOMBE MANOR - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Depositions of witnesses  JER/SEL/84A/1  1627 August 8

Contents:
Taken at Yarmouth, I.W., before Abel Ward, clarke, Richard Reeves, Robert Wallis and Stephen March, gent., by commission out of Chancery in a cause there between Thomas Urry, gent., plaintiff and John Worsley, esq., defendant
Witnesses testify to status of GATCOMBE MILL, I.W., origin and course of the streams feeding it, obligations to keep streams clear and recent events.
[Gives locations of lost place names Will Nicholas and Jacobs Stocks]
[ex SW/66]

Statement of effect  JER/SEL/84A/2  nd [c 1627]

Contents:
Of the bill, defendants response and plaintiff's and defendant's proofs in cause before Court of Chancery relating to supply of water to GATCOMBE MILL, I.W. Thomas Urry, gent., plaintiff v. John Worsley, esq., defendant
[ex SW/2039]

Copy of depositions of witnesses about status of roads near Coxes Corner, p. Gatcombe, I.W., and arbitrators' decision re same  JER/SEL/84A/3  1740 October 17

Mortgage  JER/SEL/84A/4  1815 June 14

Contents:
Tolls of turnpikes as defined by Isle of Wight Highways Act
(1) Commissioners of Highways for Isle of Wight
(2) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Consid: £50 at interest

Pedigree of Worsley family of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/5  nd [wm 1816]

2 copies

Contents:
[Ex SW/920 and 1361]

Unexecuted appointment of receivers of rent  JER/SEL/84A/6  1817 December 2

Contents:
Relates to rent of messuage or tenement and farm called NEWBARN FARM, part of GARSTONS and part of LITTLE GATCOMBE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, esq.
Jane Meux, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell of Gatcombe Park, esq., their eldest s. and heir [Mortgagors]
(2) Charles Knyvett of Blandford Place, Pall Mall, Middx., esq. [Mortgagee]
(3) Thomas Sewell
William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gents. [Receivers of rent]
Recites: Mortgage (1) to (2)

Map of Gatcombe Park Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/7  1829

Outsize

Contents:
Scale: 4 chains to 1 inch

Printed sale catalogue for Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/8  1836

3 items

Contents:
Full schedules of farms
[ex SW/1277 and 1364]

Map to accompany JER/SEL/84A/8  JER/SEL/84A/9  1836

2 items

Abstract of title to the manor of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/10  1837

Contents:
Marked No. 1.
Covers years 1708 - 1812
Contains transcripts of some documents not to be found in main series

Abstract of title to GATCOMBE HOUSE and FARM, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/11  1837

Contents:
Marked No. 2
Covers years 1618 - 1819

Abstract of title of Alexander Campbell, esq., and mortgagees to LITTLE GATCOMBE, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/12  1837

Contents:
Marked No. 6
Covers years 1688 - 1829

Abstract of title to LAKE FARM, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/13  1837

Contents:
Marked No. 9
Covers years 1716 - 1833
Contains transcripts of some documents not to be found in main series

Answer of Thomas Sewell and William Hearn, two of the defendants to the bill of complaint of Richard Oglander  JER/SEL/84A/14  nd [c 1837]

Abstract of deed of partition  JER/SEL/84A/15  1837

Contents:
For full details see JER/SEL/85/3

Copy of JER/SEL/89A/1  JER/SEL/84A/16  1837

Memoranda, lists, jottings, drafts, etc., re conveyance of Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/17  1837

1 bundle

Copy of limited administration of estate of late Rev. William Gother of Billingham, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/18  1838

Contents:
Original made 1818 January 12
[Concerns mortgage of Phripps, p. Gatcombe, I.W.]

Draft conveyance of Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/19  1838

Draft assignment of part unpaid purchase money of LAKE FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/20  1839

Copy undertaking re mortgage on Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/21  1841

Schedule of documents re title to Gatcombe Estate, I.W., to be produced if found.  JER/SEL/84A/22  1842 October 8

Contents:
Covers six items only 1576 - 1801

Map of p. Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/23  1843

Outsize

Contents:
Scale 4 chains to 1 inch [1/3168]
[ex MP/B/99]

Book of reference to accompany JER/SEL/84A/ 7 & 23  JER/SEL/84A/24  1843

Contents:
Gives name, size, ownership, occupation and use of each plot

Map of Gatcombe House Estate, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/25  1869

Outsize

Contents:
Scale: 6 chains to 1 inch
[ex MP/B/101]

File of papers re extension to churchyard at Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/26  1871 - 1872

Notices to quit served by William Hinton Harvey on his tenants at Gatcombe and East Billingham, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/27  1873 April 4

13 items

Draft reconveyances of mortgages on Gatcombe Manor, etc., I.W.  JER/SEL/84A/28  1873

2 items

GATCOMBE MANOR - IN-CONVEYANCES - DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Gift  JER/SEL/85/1  1500/1 March 4

Contents:
Lands and tenements of (1) in. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Gryffyn Bordeyle, s. and heir of Joan Bordeyle, d. and heiress of John Cumpton of Fasselham
(2) Edmund Dudley
Ralph Payne
Robert Carter
Note at foot "William Doverman says that he holds the said lands, viz: one half acre by copy and rent per annum 2s."
[ex CAR D/93]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/85/2  1561 October 13

Fragile

Contents:
Moiety of 5 [sic] messuages or tenements etc., in Gatcombe, I.W., occs. Alice Goter, widow, Robert Holloway, Nicholas Whissett, Nicholas Harvie, John Harvie of Parsonage and John Slader
(1) John Boys of Gatcombe, husbandman
John Slader of Gatcombe, husbandman
(2) Thomas Tawke of Rowekeley, [p. Godshill], I.W., gent.
[ex 16M48/268]

Indented agreement prior to common recovery  JER/SEL/85/3  1560/1 January 24

Contents:
As JER/SEL/84/12, with slight variations of spelling
Endorsed "Richarde Newlande"

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/85/4  1560/1 February 6

Contents:
Moiety of messuage or tenement etc., ps. Gatcombe and Caresbroke, I.W., occ. Alice Wade, widow
(1) Lady Constance Poole, widow of Sir Geofrey Poole, 1 of the dauters and co-heirs of Sir Edmund Pagenham, deceased.
Arthur Poole, her son
(2) Richarde Newlande of Shancklyn, I.W., yeoman

Bond in £700  JER/SEL/85/5  1621 June 9

Contents:
(1) to abide by conditions set out in indentures of assignment of even date
(2) to hold moiety of tenement called Witcombe heretofore let by Richard Serle to John Serle, gent., father of (1) and to be indemnified by (1) against dower rights of Joan, wife of Richard Serle, in same
(1) George Serle of Witcombe, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., gent.
(2) John Worseley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
[ex SW/2020]

Final concord  JER/SEL/85/6  1624 Michaelmas Term

Contents:
Moiety of messuage, garden etc., 60a. land etc., and common of pasture, ps. Casebrooke and Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) John Worsley esq. (Plaintiff)
(2) George Serle, gent.
Cecily, his wife (Defendants)
Left and right hand pieces
[ex SW/33 & 36]

Final concord  JER/SEL/85/7  1631 Michaelmas Term

Contents:
Moiety of messuage, garden, etc., 20a. land etc., and common of pasture for 100 sheep, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) John Worsley, esq. (Plaintiff)
(2) William Blake
Margaret, his wife
John Blake (Defendants)
[ex SW/2057]

Lease for 2 lives  JER/SEL/85/8  1590 November 20

Contents:
Close of pasture land called Lyttell Bromehill, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 2½a. late occ. Raphe Payne
(1) Rycharde Mewe of Shorwell, I.W., husbandman
(2) John Cooke of Carisbrooke, I.W., husbandman
Consid: £10
6s. p.a.

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/9  1677 June 21 & 22

Contents:
Close of pasture called Little Bromehill, p. Gatcomb, I.W., 2a., abbs. w. highway from Carisbrook to Marvill;
e. late Sir John Bromfeild; s. New College, Winton; n. Lenton Common Feild. Occ. Thomas Loader, husbandman
(1) William Cause of Luckham, [p. Bonchurch], I.W., yeoman
(2) Mathias Goldsmith of Newport, I.W., clerk
Consid: £45

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/85/10  1723 April 3

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/85/9
(1) Charles Goldsmith of Deane, Hants., clerk
(2) Daniel Rowell of Weston Patrick, Hants., yeoman
Consid: £40 at interest

Further charge on mortgage  JER/SEL/85/11  1725 June 2

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/85/9
(1) Charles Goldsmith of Deane, Hants., clerk
(2) Daniel Rowell of Weston Patrick, Hants., yeoman
Consid: £40 at interest

Assignment of lease for 1,000 years  JER/SEL/85/12  1743 July 14

Contents:
Close of pasture land called Little Broom Hill, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Abbs. w. King's highway from Carisbrook to Marvill; s. New College, Winchester
(1) Daniel Rowell of Weston Patrick, Hants., yeoman
(2) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
Consid: £70

Gift  JER/SEL/85/13  1366 June 22

1 remaining seal, star of David, damaged

Contents:
Messuage lying in ½a. of ground in Wydecombe, [p. Carisbrooke or Gatcombe], I.W. Abbs: n. late Thomas Capelli; s. late Reginald Serle; e. highway from Wydecombe to Gatecombe 5a. arable land in Wydecombe Field, viz:
1½a. on the hill of Wydecombe. Abbs: either side late Geoffrey le Fair, and late Richard, son of William le Hugh, extends southwards from the watercourse over land late John Urlesman
1a. in Wydecombe Field. Abbs: either side late Hugh le Spenser and late William le Rede, extends east-west as far as the land of Robert le Weyletere
1a. on Arblaster Down ("super montem balistarius") next to the way that leads from Gatecombe to Caresbroke and extends from the water course southward above the land late John Urlesman
1a. of land on Arblaster Down next to the way that leads from Gatcombe to Caresbrok and extends north-south above the land late John Urlesman
½a. on Arblaster Down. Abs. n. land of the lord of Gatecombe held by John de Snotdon and copse called Coppedthorn; s. Margaret who was the wife of Walter Urlesman, extends in length eastward from the land of the lord of the Isle of Wight above the land late Henry Eme
(1) Thomas Twyford called Bayle
John Brumsil of Newport, I.W.
(2) Richard le Shipherd of Wydecombe
[ex CAR D/171]

Lease for a year prior to release  JER/SEL/85/14  1690 May 27

Contents:
Piece of land, ½a., in a close called Upfeilds, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., abbs. e. & s. late Richard Broad, gent; n. Sir Edward Worsley; w. late Thomas Knowles, esq. Late occ. George Serle, then George Lee, gent., now Sir Edward Worsley
(1) Susanna Broadfeild of West Cowes, I.W., widow
William Cave of p. Carisbrooke, taylor
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcomb, IW.

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/15  1684 October 9 & 10

Contents:
1/3 of ½ of messuage or tenement etc., in Gatcomb, I.W., sometime occ. William Dore and Elizabeth Smith, widow, late occ. Ann Price, widow and relict of Elliz Price, clerk, deceased
(1) Richard Mathews of West Cowes, I.W., mason
Ann his wife
(2) John Phripp of West Cowes, merchant
Consid: £48

Release following lease for a year  JER/SEL/85/16  1689 May 2

Contents:
1/3 of ½ of property as in JER/SEL/85/15
(1) Thomas Jackson of Southampton, haberdasher of hatts
Elizabeth his wife
(2) Susanna Phripp of West Cowes, I.W., widow
Consid: £46

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/17  1707 April 10 & 11

Contents:
2/3 of ½ of property as in JER/SEL/85/15
(1) Benjamin Phripp of London, clockmaker
(2) Elizabeth Pickle of Southampton, widow
Consid: £120

Lease for 99 years on life of (1)  JER/SEL/85/18  1707 April 11

Contents:
1/3 of ½ of property as in JER/SEL/83/15
(1) Benjamin Phripp of London, clockmaker
(2) Elizabeth Pickle of Southampton, widow
Consid: £3 p.a.

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/19  1707 Sept 9 & 10

Contents:
1/3 of ½ of property as in JER/SEL/85/15
(1) Benjamin Phripp of London, clockmaker
(2) Elizabeth Pickle of Southampton, widow
Consid: £20

Demise for 500 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/85/20  1729 April 9

Contents:
Messuage or tenement etc., called Phripps, p. Gatcombe, I.W., occ. Ambrose Bayly
(1) Mathew Phripp of p. Allin Bourne, Sussex, esq., nephew and heir of late Elizabeth Pickle of Southampton, widow
(2) John Sivier of West Cowes, I.W., cordwainer
Consid: £100 at interest

Further charge on mortgage  JER/SEL/85/21  1731/2 January 24

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/85/20
(1) Mathew Phripp of p. Allin Bourne, Sussex, esq., nephew and heir of late Elizabeth Pickle of Southampton, widow
(2) John Sivier of West Cowes, I.W., cordwainer
Consid: £100 at interest

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/85/22  1736/7 February 4

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/85/20
(1) Matthew Phripp of West Cowes, I.W., esq.
Amelia, his wife [Vendors]
(2) Samuel Adey of New Inn, London, gent. [to take part in common recovery]
(3) John Browne of p. Gatcomb, I.W., gent. [Purchaser]
Contains clauses re levying of common recovery to bar entail etc.
Consid: £300

Final concord  JER/SEL/85/23  1736/7 Hilary Term

Contents:
Messuage, barn, etc., 15a. land etc., and common of pasture, p. Gatcomb, I.W.
(1) Samuel Adey, gent. (plaintiff)
(2) Matthew Phripp, esq.
Amelia his wife (Defendants)
Left and right hand pieces
To create tenant to precipe

Common Recovery  JER/SEL/85/24  1737 Easter Term

Contents:
Messuage, barn, etc., 15a. land, etc., and common of pasture, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) John Browne, (Demandant)
(2) Samuel Adey, (Tenant to precipe)
(3) Matthew Phripp,
Amelia his wife (Vouchees)

Assignment of demise for 500 years.  JER/SEL/85/25  1737 June 24

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/85/20
(1) Matthew Phripp of West Cowes, I.W., esq., [late owner and mortgagor]
(2) John Sivier the elder of West Cowes, cordwainer [Mortgagee, now assigning]
(3) Robert Urry of Newport, I.W., esq. [Assignee in trust]
(4) John Browne of p. Gatcomb, I.W., gent. [Late purchaser, now redeeming mortgage]
Consid: (4) pays (2) £207 10s. 0d.

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/26  1738 December 1 & 2

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and lands etc., called PHRIPPS, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 11½a., occ. Ambrose Bayley
3a. of arable land lying in a common field called HOOKLANDS, p. Gatcombe, lately purchased, with other lands, by (1) of Anna Kervill, widow [late part of Butler's]
(1) John Browne of Gatcombe, I.W., gent.
(2) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
Consid: Conveyance, (2) to (1), of tenement and land called POTTS'S, [p. Gatcombe], and other lands

Lease for a year prior to release  JER/SEL/85/27  1749 August 31

Contents:
Close of meadow land near Jacobs Stocks, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 5a., abbs. e. the river; s. & w. Thomas Urry, esq.; n. Jacobs Stocks Highway
3 pieces of land in a field formerly called the SOUTH COMMON FIELD, p. Gatcombe, 2a.
All property lately purchased, with other lands, by (1) of Anna Kervill, widow
(1) John Browne of Gatcombe, gent.
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcomb

Lease for a year prior to release  JER/SEL/85/28  1756 September 1

Contents:
Piece of meadow land in s-e corner of a ground called FATTING or MILL GROUND, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 10p.
Piece of arable land taken out of n. side of a field of
(1) late called BERRY'S, p. Gatcombe, 30p.
(1) Thomas Urry of Sheat, [p. Gatcombe]
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe

Deed of covenant for production of a deed  JER/SEL/85/29  1769 June 16; 1712 March 29

Contents:
Relates specifically to:- Piece of land lying in a close adjoining w. side of highway from Witcombe Cross towards Witcombe, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 1a., abbs. [in 1712] e.
Richard Valley; s.w. & n. Sir Edward Worsley
(1) Robert Hollis of p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
(2) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Contains full recitation of:-
Bargain and sale
Piece of land, as described above
Two closes of land called Great Bromhills, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 8a., abbs. given
Six parcels of land called Lovings Lane in Lenten Field, p.Carisbrook, I.W., 3a., abbs. given
(1) Richard Valley of Pennington Street in the hamblett of Wapping Stepney, Middx., surgeon
Anne his now wife
John Barker of St. Buttolphs without Algate, Middx., baker
Bridgett his wife
(2) Mary Leaper of Witcombe, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., widow
Consid: £130

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/85/30  1800 September 23

Contents:
3 adjoining cottages in p. Gatcombe, I.W., 2 occ. Henry Baker, the other occ. Mary White
(1) Elizabeth Heneage of Newport, I.W., widow [Vendor]
(2) Edward Rushworth of Freshwater House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
Rev. Henry Worsley of Bidford House, [p. Arreton], doctor of laws
Maurice George Bisset of Knighton
House, [p. Newchurch], I.W. esq. [Commissioners for Sale of Land Tax]
(3) Henry Baker of p. Gatcombe, husbandman [Purchaser]
(4) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., auctioneer, [Agent for (3)
consid: (3) pays (2) £140 in part discharge of Land Tax on estate of (1)

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/85/31  1800 September 29

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/85/30
(1) Henry Baker of p. Gatcombe, I.W., husbandman
(2) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., auctioneer
Consid: £50 at interest

Further charge on mortgage  JER/SEL/85/32  1800 December 30

Contents:
Household goods of (1) as per schedule
(1) Henry Baker of p. Gatcombe, I.W., husbandman
(2) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., auctioneer
Consid: £110 at interest

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/85/33  1802 March 4 & 5

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/85/30
(1) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., auctioneer [Mortgagee]
(2) Henry Baker of p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman [Vendor]
(3) Rt. Hon. Leonard Troughear Holmes, Baron Holmes
Maurice George Bisset of Knighton, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Purchaser's trustees]
(4) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux his wife [Purchasers]
Consid: (4) pays (1) £170

Bargain and Sale  JER/SEL/85/34  1802 May 19

Contents:
Close of land called Stable Field late part of Sheat Farm, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 2a., abbs. e. road from Gatcombe to Chillerton; w. Alexander Campbell; n. coach-house etc. of Alexander Campbell
(1) William Fitzherbert Brockholes of Claughton, Lancs., esq.
Mary, his wife, nee Heneage [Vendors]
(2) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford House, [p. Arreton], I.W., doctor of laws
Edward Rushworth of Freshwater House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq. [Commissioners for Sale of Land Tax]
(3) Rt. Hon. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Purchaser's trustees]
(4) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux, his wife [Purchasers]
Consid: (4) pays (2) £165 in part discharge of Land Tax on estate of (1)
Various recitations

Lease for a year, prior to release  JER/SEL/85/35  1684 October 8

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, arable lands etc., in Gatcombe, I.W., occ. Edward Kervill
(1) Henry Ringwood of New Sarum, Wilts., gent.
(2) John Moody of New Sarum, gent.
Consid: Nominal
[ex CAR D/233]

GATCOMBE MANOR - IN-CONVEYANCES - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title to cottages late Bakers at Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/85A/1  1802

Contents:
Covers years 1800 - 1802

Abstract of title to a piece of land [called Stable Field], part of Gatcombe Park, I.W.  JER/SEL/85A/2  1802

ADVOWSON AND RECTORY OF GATCOMBE - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Advowson of the church of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/86/1  1567 April 21

Contents:
(1) John Talke of Gatcombe, I.W., gent.
(2) Richard Erneley of Westwyteringe, Sussex, esq.
[ex 16M48/272]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/86/2  1569 March 29

Contents:
Moiety of advowson of church of Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Richard Erneley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
William Cufand of Northfarham, Hants., gent.
(2) John Worseley of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W., esq.
[ex 16M48/274]

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/86/3  1569 March 30

Contents:
(2) to make next presentation to church of Gatcombe, I.W., when it shall fall vacant by death or other removal of John Kempe, without prejudice to moiety of the advowson belonging to (1), who shall make all subsequent presentations
(1) John Worseley of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W., esq.
(2) Richard Erneley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
[ex 16M48/273]

Copy of grant  JER/SEL/86/4  nd [c 1570]

Contents:
Next presentation to the church of Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Richard Erneley of Westwitteringe, Sussex., esq., true and lawful patron of the rectory or church of Gatcombe
(2) Tobias Kempe, son of John Kempe of Gatcombe
George Sawyer, citizen and merchant of London
Consid: Not stated
Original made 1568 June 20
[ex SW/2046]

Grant  JER/SEL/86/5  1587 May 6

Contents:
Next presentation to church of Gatcombe, I.W., which late John Kempe had of Richard Erneley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
(1) Agnes Kempe of Freshwater, I.W., widow of John Kempe, clerk
(2) Thomas Worseley of Appeldercombe, [p. Godshill], I.W.
[ex 16M48/275]

Bishop's faculty  JER/SEL/86/6  1773 July 3

Contents:
Licences exchange of lands in p. Gatcombe, I.W., between Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe, esq., patron of the living, and Francis Worsley, clerk, rector.
Gives details of ancient glebe land and detailed descriptions of old and new parsonage houses

Deed of appointment in trust  JER/SEL/86/7  1818 July 23

Contents:
Advowson of rectory, parish and church of Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux, his wife
Alexander Glynn Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq., their eldest s. and heir
(2) William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent.

FREEHOLDS AT FASELHAM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/1  nd [before 1290]

Contents:
2a. on hill of Widecombe, [p. Gatcombe, I.W.], which Nicholas Arbalastarius [Crossbowman], gave to (2)
(1) William, son of Estur
(2) Hugh Boisin
Consid: 4d. p.a. to Nicholas Arbalastarius
1d. to (1) when a mark of silver is given for a knights fee in the Island
[ex CAR D/12]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/2  nd [before 1290]

Contents:
1a. land upon the hill of Widecumb, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.?] which lies to the east of the road leading to Gatcombe called Rotaker
(1) Walter Norman, s. and heir of Walter Norman
(2) John, s. of Ruth, sister of (1)
Witnesses: Henry Norman, Richard Denye, Walter de Bouecumb, John Peverel, William de Scalaria
Consid: 6d. p.a.
[ex CAR D/9]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/3  nd [before 1290]

Contents:
2a. land lying at Videcumbe, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.?], in a cultivated ground called Sweteforlang between the land of John atte Clive and Walter, the s. of Richard Urlesman, and stretches from east to west.
(1) Walter Burel, son of the widow Burel
(2) Lady Matilda Estur
Witnesses: Richard de la Clive, William de la Mare, Warin Mangeherneis, Robert Goldsmith, William Elof, Walter de Huvingford, Henry the clerk, Nicholas the clerk, Robert de Hoga
Consid: Not given
[ex CAR D/11]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/4  nd [c 1300]

Contents:
Land and tenement of (1) in Faselham, p. Gatcombe, [I.W.], which (1) inherited from his father Richard. Lies between land and tenement of William de Marisco on one side and land and tenement of Henry de Wydevile on the other and extends in length from the east side of King's highway leading from Chelierton towards Newport as far as west side of Stonyeforlong above the land late of Geoffrey de Loverston
(1) Andrew de Buteshache, s. and heir of Richard de Butteshasche
(2) Hugh de Molendino
Alice his wife
Consid: 40s.
4d. p.a. to William Marisco
Witnesses: Baldewyn, s. of Geoffrey de Insula, William de Leybroke, John de Wolverton, Adam de Rokely William de Hofyngeford, Thomas de Cruddemore, John de Sypedone, William Coce, Henry de Wydevil, John de Wydevil
[ex CAR D/26]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/5  1314/5 March 12

Contents:
Piece of land at la Shete, p. Gatecombe, [I.W.], between land of (1) and land of Geofrey de Luverston. Extends south to north over the water at Shete and contains 9p. in length, 3p. in width at south end and 2p. 5 feet in width at north end
(1) Richard le Bars
(2) Richard Ughtred
Christine his wife
Consid: (2) to distribute bread to the poor and have masses said for souls of (1) and Leticia his wife
Witnesses: Robert Achard, Walter le Ken, Elyas le Bars, John de Sypedon, John de Marifeld
[ex CAR D/27]

Lease for life in reversion  JER/SEL/87/6  1322/3 February 22

Rather fragile, inexpertly repaired

Contents:
Lands and tenements of (1) in Vaselham, [p. Gatcombe, I.W.]
(1) Juliana la Bars
(2) John, s. of Hugh atte Mulle
Term to commence from deaths of Matilda, relic of Elyas le Bars and Alice, relic of Richard le Bars who hold dower rights
Witnesses: Walter Good [?], Walter de Snotedone, William le Lakere, Thomas le Kok, Walter Russel, John de Boneye, Thomas Hachard, clerk
[ex 16M48/344]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/7  1324 April 14

Contents:
All lands, tenements etc., of (1) in vill of Gatecumbe and hamlet of Faselham, [I.W.], jointly purchased by (1) and her late husband, Hugh atte Mulne
(1) Alice, widow of Robert Achard
(2) John, s. of (1) [by Hugh atte Mulne]
Witnesses: Ralph de Wolverton, Robert de Godyton, Henry Wyht, Walter le Ken, John Boneye, Walter Randolf
[ex CAR D/34]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/87/8  1324 August 1

Contents:
All claims of (1) in land, tenements etc., in Faselham, p. Gatcombe, I.W., which her mother had of Hugh atte Mulne
(1) Alice, widow of Robert Achard
(2) John, son of (1)
Witnesses: Ralph de Wolverton, Robert de Godynton, Henry Wyht, Walter le Ken, John Boneye, Walter Randolf Walter Russel
[ex CAR D/35]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/9  nd [c 1324]

Contents:
All lands and tenements of (1) in Gatecumbe, [I.W.], both in Stonylonde and below the hamlet of Faselham which (1) had from Elyas le Bares
One messuage and curtilage lying below the hamlet of Faselham on the south and east side next the Shetebroke which (1) had from Richard Ughtred
(1) Alice, widow of Robert Achard
(2) John de Molendino, s. of (1)
Witnesses: Ralph de Wolverton, John de Sypeton, Robert le Frilende, William Lakere, Walter le Ken, Robert Freman, John Boney
Round seal with fleur de lys
[ex CAR D/36]

Grant  JER/SEL/87/10  1333 October 31

Contents:
All lands and tenements in Faselham in the fee of Gatecombe, [I.W.], which (1) had of John de Bonee, viz:
House and place etc. which was late the chief house of John le Frye in Faselham lying between the tenement of John Hachard on one part and the tenement of Matilda, who was the wife of Geoffrey Samburgh
(1) William in la Felde, s. of Geoffrey in la Felde, of Newton Alice his wife
(2) Lord John de Insula of Gatecomb
Consid: 30s.
Witnesses Mostly illegible, include Thomas Koq and Richard Beworth
[ex GAT/11]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/11  1336/7 February 4

Contents:
2 messuages with curtilages and a croft of land lying in Gatecomb between the land of John Boteler on the one part and the land called le Cockerlond on the other.
1 piece of land called le Splottes lying between the land of the lord of Gatecomb and the land of Alice Hachard
(1) Richard de Buworth
(2) Sir John de Gatecomb
Consid: 26s.
Witnesses: Robert le Frilond, John le Martre, Robert Merable, Adam le Laker, Thomas le Cock
[ex GAT/12]

Lease for lives  JER/SEL/87/12  1365 December 27

Contents:
All lands and tenements in p. Gatcombe, I.W., which (1) had of Michael Vanpull
(1) John Kember of Newport, [I.W.]
(2) Alisandr Montayne
Alice his wife
Consid: ¼d. p.a.
Witnesses: Thomas Russell, Walter Burton, Thomas le Martyr, John Gale, Nicholas Spenser.
[ex GAT/14]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/87/13  1379 April 26

Contents:
Moiety of lands, tenements, etc., in Gatecombe, Faselham and Wytecombe, I.W., late of Robert Frelond.
(1) Thomas Brerdyng, s. of Roger Bakere
(2) John Marchall of Gatecombe
Witnesses: Ralph Wolverton, Walter Burton, Nicholas Spencer, John Dale, John Grym
[ex CAR D/53]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/14  1381 July 11

Contents:
Cottage, curtilage and 1a. land adjoining in Faselham, p. Gatecombe, [I.W.], which (1) had of Robert Compton of Panne, [p. Whippingham, I.W.]
(1) Thomas Dawe
(2) John Marchall
Walter Wodehous of Gatecombe
Witnesses: Geoffrey Roucle, Thomas Russell, Nicholas Spencer, Henry Erlesman, John Kyngeswell
[ex CAR D/55]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/15  1397/8 March 9

Contents:
Curtilage called Beworthies lying in Faselham, [p. Gatcombe, I.W.], abbs. s. curtilage of John Boney; n. cottage of Richard Conde, with 4a. arable land viz:
2a. lying together in a toft next tenement of John Boney, abbs. n. Nicholas Snodden; s. Boneysland
1r. lying in Menefurlonge, abbs. n. John Boney; s. Robert Conde
½a. lying on Arblatisdowne near land of John Boney on e. side
1a. in field of Wydecombe near land of John Boney on w. side
(1) John Marchal of Gatecombe
(2) Thomas Marchal, s. of (1)
Witnesses: Thomas Brerdynge, William Urry, John Veer, John [blank]
[ex CAR D/61]

Gift  JER/SEL/87/16  1465/6 January 5

Contents:
1a. of arable land on Arblasterdown in the fee of Gattecombe, [I.W.], stetching in length from west to east above the land held of Gattecombe
(1) John Smale of p. All Saints, Falley, [Hants.]
(2) John, s. of (1)
Consid: ¼d. p.a. to lord of Gatcombe
[ex CAR D/86]

GATCOMBE MANOR - COPIES OF COURT ROLL AND LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 3 years  JER/SEL/88/1  1411 July 12

Contents:
Manor of Gatecombe, [I.W.], with appurtanences, less 2 rooms at the west end of the hall
(1) William Bremshete
(2) William Nywe
(1) to have cart load of hay and expenses of the steward for holding a court
[ex 16M48/256]

Lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/2  1433 September 29

Contents:
Manor of Gatcombe, [I.W.], with land etc., called Brytcombe, works of the tenants, 100 sheep valued at 10 marks
(1) John Bremshet, esq.
(2) Robert Gylmyn
Consid: 24 marks p.a.
Witnesses: John Roucle, Lewis Mewis, John Heyno
[ex 16M48/259]

Lease for 20 years  JER/SEL/88/3  1445 July 25

Contents:
Piece of land called Cokeslonde with common of pasture for 50 sheep on Longedon, [p. Gatcombe, I.W.]
(1) John Bremshet, lord of the manor of Gatcombe
(2) John Marchall
Consid: 18s. p.a.
Witnesses: John Roucle, John Russell, John Stour
[ex 16M48/266]

Lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/4  1446 July 6

Contents:
Manor of Gatecombe, [I.W.], with a garden called Aleygarden and the advowson of the church there
(1) John Bremshett of Gatecombe
(2) John Tredyngton
Consid: £55 p.a.
Witnesses: John Roucle, John Haket, Lewis Mewes
[ex 16M48/260]

Lease for 31 years  JER/SEL/88/5  1527 May 21

Contents:
Moiety of the manor of Gatcombe, I.W. "in [blank] large manner as Robert Carter, late fermor, it held"
(1) Sir John Dudley, s. and heir of John Dudley, esq., and Dame Elizabeth, Viscountes Lisle
(2) Richard Tawke of Bosham, Sussex., gent.
Consid: £20
£7 p.a.

Lease and Counterpart for 54 years  JER/SEL/88/6  1541 May 2

Contents:
Moiety of the site of the manor of Gattcombe, [I.W.], and moiety of "the culverhouse ther churchetts and works of the tenants". Moiety of tenement called SHEPARDS in the west end of Gatcombe township with the lands called BARCOMBE, WODGROUND and CONEYS belonging to the moiety of the manor
(1) William Erneley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
(2) Richarde Tawke of I.W., gent.
Consid: £33 6s. 8d.
20d. p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/7  1583 August 15

Contents:
Parcells of arable land at Gatcombe, I.W., called GRETE COME, 40a., LODGEPYTT, 10a., COME, 24a. and a parcell of meadow land called MORE MEAD, 11a.
(1) Richard Tawke of Gatcombe, gent.
(2) Thomas Worsley the elder of Appeldercombe, I.W., gent.
Consid: Nominal

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/8  1615 September 30

Contents:
Piece of moorie ground pt. of Gatcombe Farm, [I.W.], lying on n-e of a ground called FYTTLEHILL with a piece of meadow adjoining called DORNEFORD, 12a. in all
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Harvie of Byke, p. Gatcombe, husbandman
Joan and Alice, his daughters
Consid: 50s. p.a.

Indented agreement  JER/SEL/88/9  1633 September 20

Contents:
Fields called GRETTENS, 50a., NORTH CROFTES, 30a., WEST FIELD next GASONS CROSSE, 14a., WEST FIELD next highway from GASONS CROSSE to BOWCOMBE, 14a., TENNE ACARS alias BARCOMBS, 10a., all part of the demesne lands of manor of Gatcombe, [I.W.]
New barn of (1) and adjoining stable near field called GRETTENS
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) Richard Romen of Sibbdowne, p. Godshill, I.W., yeoman
Contains detailed clauses re share-cropping and use of the buildings

Lease and Counterpart for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/10  1738 September 2

Contents:
John Browne, aged 34
Elizabeth Browne, his daughter, aged 3
John Dyer, s. of John Dyer of Niton, aged 34
6a. taken out of north and of field called GRETTENS, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Abbs given
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: Nominal
Recites: Surrender of lease 1713/4 February 2 for piece of land nearby with a cottage
[ex WOR/53]

Lease for 11 years  JER/SEL/88/11  1747/8 March 23

Contents:
Pieces of land called TOLT, 25a., COPPICE PIECE, 8a., LODGE PIT, 7a., OVERLANDS, 12a., WOODCLOSE, 4a., WOODCOCKS MOOR, 3a., BISHOPS MOOR, 3a., all in p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe
(2) John Pittis of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £38 p.a.

Assignment of lease  JER/SEL/88/12  1773 June 18

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/88/10
(1) Windsor Heneage of Cadeby, Lincs., esq.
Elizabeth his wife nee Brown
(2) Elizabeth Worsley of Catcombe, I.W., widow
Consid: £72
[ex WOR/48]

Assignment of lease  JER/SEL/88/13  1774 July 6

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/88/10
(1) Jane Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., spinster and executrix of will of her mother, late Elizabeth Worsley
(2) Ann Crow of Champion, [p. Arreton], I.W., widow
Consid: £72
[ex WOR/52]

Lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/14  1775 March 13

Contents:
Ann Crow
Elizabeth Worsley
Property as in JER/SEL/88/10
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) Ann Crow of Champion, [p. Arreton], I.W., widow
Elizabeth Worsley, infant, d. of (1)
Consid: Nominal
Recites: Surrender of lease dated 1738 September 2
[ex WOR/50]

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/15  1768 November 6

Contents:
NEW BARN FARM, Gatcombe, I.W. Fields named. Includes GATCOMBE DOWN, 400a., and ISLES COTTAGE
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W.
(2) Thomas Hollis of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £245 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/16  1798 August 14

Contents:
NEW BARN FARM, Gatcombe, I.W., 441a.
(1) Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
(2) William Way of Gatcombe, husbandman
Consid: £238 1s. 0d. p.a.

Identified customary holdings  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Numbers relate to I.W.C.R.O. transcript of Royal Survey 1559/60

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/17  1662 November 18

Contents:
Mary Woodcock her children
Hugh Woodcock her children
Mary Woodcock her children
Moiety of messuage or tenement in Gatcombe, I.W., late occ.
Mary Romen then Richard Pinhorn [No. 2]
(1) John Worsley of Newport, I.W., esq.
(2) Mary Woodcock of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., widow
Consid: £207
20s. 6d. p.a.

Lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/18  1721 September 29

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/88/17 [No. 2]
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) Jane Woodcock of Gatcombe, widow
Consid: £15 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/19  1657 October 24

Contents:
John Mingham
Katherin Mingham, his wife
Messuage or tenement with 10a. land and common of pasture in Gatcombe, I.W. [No. 7]
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Mingham of Newport, I.W., mariner
Consid: £80
10s. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/20  1713/4 February 2

Contents:
John Browne
John Browne, his s.
Thomas Pittis of Little Woolverton, I.W., yeoman
Property as in JER/SEL/88/19. Further described as near the church [No. 7]
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq. [Lessor]
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, yeoman [Lessee]
(3) David Urry of Easton, p. Freshwater, I.W., gent.
Consid: £30
10s p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/21  1738 December 12

Contents:
John Browne, aged 34
Elizabeth Browne, his daughter, aged 3
John Pittis, s. of Thomas Pittis, late of Little Woolverton I.W., yeoman
Property as in JER/SEL/88/19, but less the dwelling house now commonly called the SCHOOL HOUSE and all rights of common [No. 7]
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, gent.
Consid: 10s. p.a.
Recites: Surrender of lease 1713/4 February 2

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/22  1603 April 4

Contents:
John Wade
Elizabeth Wade, his wife
Tenement or messuage etc. in Gatcombe, I.W. [No. 9]
(1) Thomas Worsley of Appeldercombe, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) John Wade of Caresbrooke, I.W., tanner
Consid: Unstated fine
41s. p.a.
[ex 16M48/270]

Counterpart lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/23  1601 September 22

Contents:
John Goter
Elianor Goter
John Carde
Messuage or tenement etc., in Gatcombe, I.W., with common of pasture for 50 sheep on Gatcombe Down [No. 11]
(1) Thomas Worseley of Appeldercombe, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) John Goter of Gatcombe, yeoman
Elianor, his wife
John Carde, s. of Elianor
Consid: £30
13s. 4d. p.a.

Surrender of lease  JER/SEL/88/24  1658 October 20

Contents:
Tenement or messuage, 13a. land etc., p. Gatcombe, I.W., with common for 50 sheep on Gatcombe Downe [No. 11]
(1) Mary Roman
(2) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
Consid: £35
Recites: 1628/9 Jan 12
Lease for 3 lives
Property as above
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Goter of Newchurch, I.W., yeoman
William Roman of Gatcombe, husbandman
Mary, his wife

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/25  1659 June 10

Contents:
Richard Cooke
Henry Cooke
Anne Cooke
(children of (2) below)
Property as in JER/SEL/88/24 [No. 11]
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) John Cooke of Loverston, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £100
13s. 4d. p.a.

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/26  1675 June 20

Contents:
Thomas Pope
Ann Pope, his wife
Mary Pope, their daughter
Property as in JER/SEL/88/24 [No. 11]
(1) Sir Edward Worseley of Gatcombe, I.W.
(2) Thomas Pope of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £12 and surrender of JER/SEL/88/25
13s. 4d. p.a.
Endorsed: 1683 August 16
Assignment of lease
Property as above
(1) Thomas Pope of p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman
(2) Michaell Cook of Loverstone, p. Carisbrook, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £150
[ex SW/157]

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/27  1728 September 30

Contents:
William Mew admitted tenant to moiety of tenement or messuage etc., called LAKE, 30a., part of the manor of Gatcombe, I.W. [No. 14]
Licence to sublet for 60 years granted

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/28  1544

Contents:
Confirms surrender made out of court to uses of John Hattcher of cottage and 7a. land with common of pasture for 25 sheep, part of the manor of Gatcombe, I.W.[No.16] Confirms surrender made out of court by Richard Latheburye to uses of John Hattcher
Endorsed: 1588 April 6
William Hattchere surrendered to uses of Ralph Masters
[ex 16M48/269]

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/29  1610/1 February 25

Contents:
Records admission of Richard Erlisman of Newport, [I.W.], merchant, s. of late Richard Erlisman of Calbourne, gent., for lives of self, Richard his son, and Jane his daughter, to moiety of parcell of pasture called HUNGERHILL, 16a., part of the Manor of Gatcombe, I.W. [No.21]
Consid: 3s. 4d. p.a.
[ex SW/161]

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/30  1620 June 19

Contents:
Records admission of Edward Waterton of Newport, [I.W.], merchant for lives of self, John his son and Jane his daughter, after surrender of Richard Erlisman of Newport, merchant to property as JER/SEL/88/29 [No.21]
Licence to sub-let granted

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/31  1588 September 25

Contents:
Records surrender and readmission of Nicholas Harvey for lives of self and John and Ralph, his sons, to stable and 1a. land lying in Beeke part of the manor of Gatcombe, I.W. [No.24]
[ex SW/31]

Lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/32  1756 November 18

Contents:
William Tucker
Mary, his wife
2a. taken out of a field called THREE ACRES, part of a customary tenement called WHITES, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) William Tucker of p. Gatcombe, yeoman Mary his wife
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House
Consid: £2 10s. p.a.

Lease for 40 years if estate of (1) lasts so long  JER/SEL/88/33  1779 September 20

Contents:
Bargain or farm called WHITES, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 14a., dwelling house and yard for keeping a pig excepted, but not to be sub-let
(1) William Tucker of p. Gatcomb, yeoman Mary his wife
(2) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcomb House
Consid: £20 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/88/34  1783 August 15

Contents:
Cottage or tenement called WHITE'S COTTAGE, with piece of furzey ground adjoining, 3a., p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Meadow and pasture ground inclosed and uninclosed lying on left hand side of road from Coxes Corner towards Chilerton, 132a., p. Gatcombe
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W.
James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) James Harvey of p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
James Hills of p. Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £192 8s. p.a.

Lease for 99 years on a life  JER/SEL/88/35  1706 September 24

Contents:
(a) Messuage or tenement, 13a. lands etc., with common for 50 sheep on Gatcombe Downe, occ. Thomas Pope
(b) Moiety of messuage or tenement etc., occ. Mary Woodcock
(c) Messuage or tenement, 26a. land etc., with common for 100 sheep on Gatcom Downe, late occ. William Penhall, tayler
(d) Moiety of tenement or messuage, 60a. land etc., in Witcombe, [ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.], part of the manor of Gatcomb, occ. Richard Valley
(e) ¾a. land in p. Carisbrooke, abbs. w. way from Witcombe Cross towards Gatcomb; s. Sir John Worseley; e. Richard Valley; n. highway above Cleard's House
(f) Moiety of tenement or messuage called Witcomb, ps.
Gatcomb and Carisbrook, occ. Matthias Goldsmith, clerk
All p. Gatcombe, I.W., unless otherwise stated
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
David Urry of Easton, p. Freshwater, I.W., gent.
(2) David Worseley, gent., younger s. of John Worseley
Consid: Term to commence from death of John Worseley and termination of estates in individual properties as follows:-
(a) n.d.
Unspecified grant for 3 lives
(1) John Worseley, grandfather of John Worseley [now deceased]
(2) Thomas Pope
Anne, his wife
Mary his daughter
(b) 1662 November 18
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Mary Woodcock
Hugh Woodcock her children
Mary Woodcock her children
(1) John Worseley, [now deceased]
(2) Mary Woodcock, widow
(c) 1664 October 1
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
William Penhall
Ann Penhall his daughters
Martha Penhall his daughters
(1) John Worseley [now deceased]
(2) William Penhall
(d) 1669 November 2
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Richard Valley
Richard Valley, his father
Ann Valley, his wife
(1) John Worseley [now deceased]
(2) Richard Valley
(e) Details as above
(f) 1677 June 23
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Ann Goldsmith, wife of (2)
Jane Goldsmith daughters of (2)
Anne Goldsmith daughters of (2)
(1) Sir Edward Worseley [now deceased]
(2) Matthias Goldsmith
At following rents
(a) 13s. 4d. p.a.
2 harvest days pa.
1 weeding day p.a.
4 chessetts
(b) 20s. 6d. p.a.
2 harvest days p.a.
(c) 28s. p.a.
2 harvest days p.a.
1 couple good, live, fat capons p.a.
(d) 33s. 10d. p.a.
2 harvest days p.a.
2 couple capons
(e) 12d. p.a.
(f) 13s. 4d. p.a.
2 harvest days
1 couple capons

Lease for 9 years  JER/SEL/88/36  1658 August 20

Very poor condition

Conditions of access: Not to be produced

Contents:
Part of messuage or tenement etc., called HILL lying on west side of the way leading from Gatcombe to Coxgate, p. Gatcombe I.W., with common of pasture for 50 sheep on Gatcombe Downe and butt of ground called the BEANE BUT adjoining the tenement
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) David Mew of Shorwell, I.W., husbandman
Consid: £31 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/88/37  1737 February 18

Contents:
3 tenements etc., called WOODCOCKS, COOKS and ELTONS in Gatcombe, I.W., 40a.
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) William Roach of Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £31 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/88/38  1723 June 25

Contents:
Messuage or tenement etc., commonly called HILL FARM, p. Gatcomb, I.W.
(1) Edward Worsley of Ford, p. Whitwell, I.W., esq.
(2) David Ward of Hill Farm, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £70 p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/39  1737 October 21

Contents:
Messuage, tenement farm and lands called HILL FARM, tenement and land called BARCOMBS, barn called NEW BARN, down called GATCOMBE DOWN and named fields all p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) David Warde of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £260 p.a.

Surrender of lease  JER/SEL/88/40  1756 September 8


Related information: Relates to JER/SEL/88/39

Contents:
(1) Thomas Ward of Gatcomb, I.W., yeoman
(2) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcomb House

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/41  1756 September 28

Contents:
Messuage, tenement and farmhouse etc., called HILL with named fields and a barn called PHRIPPS, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W.
(2) Thomas Warde of p. Gatcomb, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £120 p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 11 years  JER/SEL/88/42  1773 May 7

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/88/41
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
(2) William Warde of Hill, p. Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £144 p.a.

Assignment of lease  JER/SEL/88/43  1778 March 31


Related information: Relates to JER/SEL/88/42

Contents:
(1) William Ward of Pagham, p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
(2) John Abraham of p. Whippingham, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £100

Counterpart lease for 11 years  JER/SEL/88/44  1787 October 3

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/88/41
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W. [devisee in trust under will of late Edward Meux Worsley]
(2) James Abraham of Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £103 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/45  1797 October 4


Related information: See also JER/SEL/91/6

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and farmhouse called HILL, barn called PHRIPPS, cottage called WHITES and named fields, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Messuage or tenement and farmhouse etc. called CHAMPION, p. Arreton, I.W., with the tithes of it
(1) Edmund John Glynn of Glynn, Cornwall, esq.
Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
(2) James Harvey of p. Arreton, I.W., husbandman
Consid: £440 2s. 6d. for Gatcombe property
£66 19s. 0d. for Champion
£13 8s. 6d. for tithes of Champion

Counterpart lease for life  JER/SEL/88/46  1802 May 19

Contents:
2/5 of a moiety of messuages, tenements and lands called HILL FARM, GATCOMBE LANDS, HUNGERHILLS, WHITES COTTAGE, PHIPPS BARN and GATCOMBE PARK, ps. Gatcombe and Arreton, I.W.
Moiety of messuage or tenement and lands called GAUSTONS, p. Gatcombe
1/12; of messuages or tenements and lands called ATHERFIELD, STROUD GREEN and DAYS and CORVE, ps. Kingston, Shorwell and Chale, I.W.
(1) Rev. Henry Worsley of Pidford House, [p. Arreton], I.W.
Elizabeth Troughear Worsley, his wife [Lessors]
(2) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux his wife [Lessees]
(3) Rt. Hon. Leonard Troughear, Lord Holmes
Baron Holmes of Killmallock, Ireland
Maurice George Bisset of Knighton House, [p. Newchurch], I.W., esq. [Lessees trustees]
Term expires on death of Elizabeth Troughear Worsley
Consid: £177 10s. 0d. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 9 years  JER/SEL/88/47  1820 February 20

Contents:
Messuage, farm and lands called HILL FARM, with parts of LITTLE GATCOMBE, NEWBARN, PARK and LAKE farms, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 270a.
Schedule attached
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
(2) Moses Morris of Hill Farm, yeoman
Consid: £945 p.a. including tithes

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/48  1774 September 20

Contents:
Lands belonging to tenements called BISHOPS and HILL, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Margaret Worsley of Pidford, [p. Arreton], I.W., spinster
(2) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Consid: £25 p.a.

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/49  1749 August 31

Contents:
Records surrender by Frances Worsley, spinster, d. of Rev. John Worsley, of tenement and 13a., late occ. [blank] Bishop, widow and relict of John Bishop, held for lives of self and of Margaret and Robert, also children of Rev. John Worsley, by copy of court roll dated 1725 December 2. New grant now made on same lives but property slightly altered viz:
1r. 35p. lying at west end of a close called Smalls and 1a. close called Woodcocks added
1a. 1r. 35p. lying in common field of Gatcombe and sheep common on Gatcombe Down taken away
Consid: 13s. 4d. p.a.
Small customary dues extinguished in view of loss of sheep rights.
Licence to sublet during copyholders' lives granted
[ex HBY/967]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/50  1410 May 3

Contents:
Messuage and a virgate of land etc., in Gatecombe, [I.W.], late occ. John Marchall
(1) Elizabeth, wife of John Bremshete
(2) William Mounfort
Joan, his wife
Henry, their son.
Consid: 13s. 4d.
William to have garment or 3s. 4d. each year when he is rent collector for manors of Gatecombe and Whytewelle
Witnesses: William Bremshete, s. & heir of (1), Thomas Noreys, clerk, John Veer, William Urry, Thomas Heyward

Lease for 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/51  1397 April 25

Contents:
Tenement and lands etc., at the southern end of Wydecomb, [p. Gatcombe or Carisbrooke, I.W.], late occ. John Him senior of Wydecomb
(1) Thomas de Lysle of Gatecombe
(2) Robert atte Wolle
Lucy his wife, d. of Robert Bacheler
Consid: 26s. 8d. p.a.
(2) to build a new barn and bakehouse within 4 years
Witnesses: Thomas Brerdyng, Ralph Wolverton, William Drew, William Urry, John Veer

Lease for life  JER/SEL/88/52  1410 September 5

Poor condition

Contents:
Toft of a messuage, arable land, parcel of wood, etc., in Bretcombe within the manor of Gatecombe, [I.W.], late John Metehol senior, game excepted
(1) William Bremshete, lord of Gatecombe
(2) Robert atte Welle of Wydecombe
Consid: 30s. p.a.
Witnesses: Richard Martre [?], John Erlysman, John Wykere
Thomas Kyngeswell, Thomas Heyward
[ex 16M48/262]

Lease for lives of (2) below  JER/SEL/88/53  1418 August 2

Contents:
2 tenements in Wytecombe, [p. Gatcombe or Carisbrooke, I.W.] late held by Robert atte Welle and Lucy his wife, from (1)
(1) William Bremshete, esq., lord of Gatecombe
(2) Richard Kyng of Wytecombe in the vill of Gatecombe
Lucie Wykeres who will be his wife
Richard, s. of Richard King
Consid: 53s. 4d. p.a.
[ex 16M48/170]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/54  1414 May 4

Contents:
Land called HAYWARDISLOND and a meadow called LAKEMEDE which Elizabeth, wife of John Bremshete, mother of William Bremshete, had from Alice, wife of Ralph atte Lake, with common for 50 sheep on Laungesdon, [p. Gatcombe or Carisbrooke, I.W.]
(1) William Bremshete, lord of Gatecombe
(2) William Hervy
Joan his wife
William their eldest son
Consid: 26s. 8d.
Witnesses: John Veer, William Urry, Thomas Hayward, William Newe, John Erlesman senior
[ex 16M48/264]

Lease for 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/55  1436 May

Very poor condition

Contents:
Water mill in lordship of Gatecombe, p. Caresbroke, [I.W.], late occ. John Boneye and piece of meadow land late occ. [blank] Heyward to make a pond for the mill
(1) John Bremshet, esq., lord of Gatecombe
(2) Philip West
Maud his wife
Consid: 30s. p.a.
Witnesses: Lewis [Meux], [rest illegible]
[ex 16M48/265]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/56  1466 July 21

Contents:
Tenement, lands etc., in Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Thomas Leukenor, lord of Gatcombe
Katharin, his wife
(2) George Brode
Agnes, his wife
Richard, their son
Consid: 42s. p.a.
[ex 16M48/267]

Lease for 3 years  JER/SEL/88/57  1664 October 10

Contents:
Messuage and tenement, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Late occ. John Blake deceased
(1) William Penhall of Newport, I.W., tayler
(2) John Worsley of p. Gatcombe, esq.
Consid: £20 p.a.

Lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/58  1711 November 1

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse with 2 grounds belonging to it and the little mead butt on other side of the highway, Gatcombe, I.W., late occ. James Grant
Pieces of land called GRETTENS, NEWBARN FIELD, FLOODLAND, COMBEBOTTOM, CROSS MEAD, FITTLEFEILDS part of WHITE MEAD, POTTS and NEWBARNE
Barn and cowleaze called ORCHARDS, adjoining the churchyard
Barn called NEWBARN
Common for sheep on Farme Downe
All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £140 p.a. first three years
£150 p.a. last seven years

Counterpart lease for 3 years  JER/SEL/88/59  1725 June 26

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and lands with a mead adjoining called PITFORD MEAD, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Cross Mead, the Moat Garden and the orchards and fishponds in the grounds of the premises called ORCHARDS reserved to (1)
(1) John Worsley of Gatcomb, esq.
(2) John Browne of Gatcomb, yeoman
Consid: £158 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/60  1728 November 9

Contents:
John Browne
John Browne the younger, his son
Richard Dyer, s. of John Dyer of Knighton, yeoman
Messuage or tenement and lands called BLAKES, 23a., part of the manor of Gatcombe, I.W. Late occ. James Grant.
1a. of land in Gatcombe Common Field adjoining 4 acres called LERS late part of a tenement called COOKS in lieu of another acre of land in the Common Field formerly part of Blakes Quarry Parrock adjoining a barn called NEWBARN, also formerly part of Blakes and all sheep rights reserved to (1)
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £210
15s. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/61  1738 December 13

Contents:
John Brown, aged 34
Elizabeth Brown, his daughter, aged 3
John Dyer of Niton, aged 34
Property as JER/SEL/88/60
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) John Brown of Gatcombe, gent.
Consid: £40
15s. p.a.
Records surrender of earlier lease

Lease and counterpart for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/62  1749 August 31

Contents:
John Brown, aged 45
Elizabeth, his wife, aged 48
Elizabeth, his daughter, aged 14
Messuage or dwelling house called BLAKES, late occ. James Grant
Moiety of messuage or dwelling house called BLAKES, late occ. James Gilbert
Parcels of land called:
MASTERS BUTT, 1a. Or. 32p
BANK alias HILL, 4a. 2r. Op., piece adjoining last taken out of a close called WESTHILL, 1a.
LITTLE MEADOW, 1a.
COXES BUTT, 1a. 2r.
LONG GROUND, 4a. 2r.
LONG LAND, 4a. 2r.
BARSLINCH, 1a. 1r. Op.
EIGHT ACRES, 7a. 3r. 6p.
FIVE ACRES, 4a. 3r. 4p.
COOKS CLOSE, 6a. Or. 9p.
(last three all late part of a tenement and lands called ISLES)
All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe
(2) John Browne of Gatcombe, gent.
Consid: £10
£1 14s. Od. p.a.
Records surrender of copy of court roll and two leases

Assignment of lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/63  1773 June 18

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/88/62
(1) Windsor Heneage of Cadeby, Lincs., esq.
Elizabeth, his wife, nee Brown
(2) Ann Crow of Champion, [p. Arreton], I.W., widow
Consid: £400
[ex WOR/49]

Lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/88/64  1773 October 23

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/88/62
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
(2) Ann Crow of Champion, [p. Arreton], I.W., widow
Elizabeth Worsley, infant aged 2½, d. of (1)
Consid: £1 14s. Od. p.a.
[ex WOR/51]

Lease for term of years  JER/SEL/88/65  1541 November 20

Contents:
Moiety of Gatcombe watermill called NORTH MILL with crofts called PREST CROFFTS, I.W.
(1) William Ernley of Cackham, Sussex, esq.
(2) Stephen More of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: 30s. p.a.
With later copy
[ex CAR D/102 & 103]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/66  1541 November 20

Contents:
Stephyn More, of Gatcombe, yeoman
Elizabeth, his wife
John, their son
Moiety of Gatcombe watermill called NORTH MILL with crofts called PREST CROFFTS, I.W.
(1) Sir Geffrey Pole
Lady Constance, his wife
(2) Stephyn More
Consid: 30s. p.a.
[ex GAT/6]

Counterpart lease for 20 years  JER/SEL/88/67  1802 February 27

Contents:
Water mill
Pieces of land called FATTING GROUND, 14a. abbs. n. highway to the mill
MILL POND BUTT, ¾a.
ORCHARD BUTT, 2a. abb. e. waste water course of mill
Mill Meadow, 4a.
Cottage or tenement, ¾a. abb. e. above land
Pieces of land called WITHY BED, 2r. 15p.
Piece below bridge on way from the mill to Champion, 1r. 25p.
PIDFORD MEAD, 9a. 3r. 23p.
CHAMPION HORSE MOOR, 2a. 2r.
Another withy bed, 1r.
THARLES MEAD, 3a. Or. 27p.
DUNFORD, 2a. 2r. 21p.
All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq
(2) James Bull of Gatcombe Mill, miller
Consid: £110 p.a.

Surrender of lease  JER/SEL/88/68  1806 March 2

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/88/67
(1) James Bull, late of Gatcombe Mill, I.W., but now of Upper Kingston, I.W., miller
(2) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
Consid: £225

Counterpart lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/88/69  1806 April 4

Contents:
Cottage and withybed, ¾a.
Piece of land called FATTING GROUND, 14a., abbs. n. highway to the mill
Both in p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux, his wife
(2) James Bull late of Gatcombe Mill, but now of Kingston, I.W., miller
Consid: Peppercorn first 10 years
£75 p.a. last 6 years
Recites: Previous lease and surrender

Lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/88/70  1819 April 24

Contents:
Gatcombe Mill with pieces of land called DURNFORD MEAD, THARLES MEAD, MILL MEAD, GARDEN MEAD and POND MEAD, total 13a. All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
(2) James Moorman of p. Gatcombe, miller
Consid: £150 p.a.

Lease and Counterpart for 6 years  JER/SEL/88/71  1820 April 29

Contents:
Cottage, barn, rickyard etc., with close called HORSE MOOR, 5a. 1r. 14p.
Withybed by the mill pond, 1a. 1r. 3p.
Three closes, part of Gatcombe Mill lands, viz: Mill Ground 3a. 0r. 10p., Nobbs Cottage Ground, 1a. 3r. 15p., and Lower Ground, 4a. 2r. 23p.,
All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Tithes of above lands
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
(2) James Moorman of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £60 p.a.

Copy of court roll  JER/SEL/88/72  1747/8 January 29

Contents:
Records entry of William Tucker to tenement or messuage and 14a. land lying in Gatcombe, near the parsonage
[ex SW/1275]

Counterpart lease for 8 years  JER/SEL/88/73  1802 May 10

Contents:
Tenement and lands etc., called TUCKERS BARGAIN
Pieces of land called GREAT ORCHARD, FURLONGS, TUCKERS BUTT, LOWER ORCHARDS or PONDFIELD, LITTLE ORCHARDS, SIX ACRES, STABLE FIELD, WILDERNESS BUTT
DYERS BARN
Cottage, occ. James Whittington
Total 64a. All in p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Jane Meux his wife
(2) John Edwards of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., miller
Consid: £165 p.a.

Lease for 3 years  JER/SEL/88/74  1816 November 16

Contents:
Closes of land called GATCOMBE LAWN, WILDERNESS, WILDERNESS BUTT, POND FIELD, LITTLE ORCHARDS, SIX ACRES and BAILLEYS, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 30a.
Cottage called TUCKERS COTTAGE, p. Gatcombe
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) William Morris of p. Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £105 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/88/75  1738 December 14

Contents:
Messuage or tenement etc., called PHRIPPS
2 closes of arable land called LONG GROUND and COX'S BUTT, 6a.
EAST CLOSE, part of PHRIPPS, excluded
All p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) Ambrose Bayley of p. Gatcombe
Consid: £10 p.a.

Lease and Counterpart for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/76  1743 March 25

Contents:
Henry Perkins, aged 24
Anna Dyer, spinster, aged 29
Isaac Perkins, s. of Robert Perkins, aged 5
½a. of land, part of Cook's mead, near the Parsonage House, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Abbs. s. King's highway; w. Mr. Thomas Urry; n. & e. Edward Worsley
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) Henry Perkins of Chale, I.W., mason
(2) to build a stone dwelling house, 36 feet in length and 16 feet in breadth
Consid: 10s. p.a.

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/77  1756 November 18

Contents:
Piece of land called COOK'S MOOR, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 1a.
(1) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W.
(2) Henry Perkins of p. Gatcombe, I.W., stone mason
Consid: 15s. p.a.

Bond  JER/SEL/88/78  1583 July 3


Related information: See JER/SEL/88/79

Contents:
(1) William Jackman of Brixton, I.W., yeoman
(2) Margery Jackman of Brixton, widow
(1) to assign to (2) part of property held by him on lease dated 1579 June 20.

Assignment of lease  JER/SEL/88/79  1586 December 20

Contents:
5 closes of meadow land etc., called HARPERS, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) William Jackman of Brixton, I.W., yeoman
(2) Margery Jackman of Brixton, widow, mother of (1)
Recites: 1579 June 20
Lease
Property as above with certain arable land in the common fields there
(1) Henrey Bruyn of Rowner, Hants., esq.
(2) William Jackman
Term unstated
Consid: not given

Counterpart lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/80  1612 September 10

Contents:
Moiety of tenement or messuage in Wytcombe alias Wydcombe, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, I.W., late occ. James Gryme
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Serle of Wytcombe, p. Carisbrooke, gent.
George Serle, son of John Serle
Edmund Serle, son of John Serle
Consid: £70
27s. 2d. p.a.
Recites: Surrender by William Serle, brother of John, of lease dated 1591 May 2

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/81  1659 June 17

Contents:
William Cause
William Cause, son of William Cause
John Cause, son of William Cause
Moiety of tenement or messuage and lands called WITCOMBE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., late in occ of Henry Cause
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) William Cause of Shorwell, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £150
13s. 4d. p.a.

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/88/82  1712 December 22

Contents:
(a) Messuage or tenement and lands called WITCOMBE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
(b) Lands called LITTLE BROMHILLS, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke
(1) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
Charles Goldsmith of Mottiston, I.W., clerk
(2) Abraham Colenut of Witcomb, yeoman
(a) is property equally of John Worsley and Charles Goldsmith
(b) is property of Charles Goldsmith alone
Consid: £14 10s. 0d. p.a. to Worsley
£15 10s. 0d. p.a. to Goldsmith

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/88/83  1737/8 March 11

Contents:
Moiety of messuage or tenement and lands called LITTLE WITCOMBE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.
Two closes called KITSTONES, 2a.
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) William Lodge of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £16 p.a.

Lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/88/84  1759 May 5

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called WITCOMBE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House
(2) James Emberley of Newport, I.W., bricklayer
Consid: £28 9s. 3d. p.a.
Recites: Surrender of lease dated 1751 October, Mill Bagster of Cosham, [p. St. Nicholas], I.W., to James Emberley
Endorsed: Lease of Little Witcombe [sic]

Lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/88/85  1781 July 28

Contents:
Messuage or dwelling house and land called LITTLE WITCOMBE
Piece of land called HILL CLOSE, five pieces of land in Lenten Common Field
2 pieces of land called KITSTONES, 2a.
Piece of land called BROOMHILL MEAD, 3a.
All in ps. Gatcombe or Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) John Duke of Newport, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £50 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/88/86  1791 September 24

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/88/85
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W.
(2) John Duke of p. Carisbrooke, yeoman
Consid: £50 p.a.

Quit Claim  JER/SEL/88/87  1500/1 March 5

Contents:
Just right and years which (1) has in messuage and 7a. of land in p. Gatcombe, [I.W.], which John Marchall holdeth
(1) Edmund Dudley, esq.
(2) William Maket
Memorandum that (1) has promised to give (2) the indenture of Adam Powell of p. Gatcombe

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/88  1603/4 February 27

Contents:
George Serle
John Serle
Edmunde Serle
(sons of (2))
1¾a. arable land inclosed lying at Wytcombe, p. Caresbrooke, I.W., abbs. e. highway from Newport towards Gatcombe; w. & n. Thomas Worseley and John Porter; s. William Serle ¼a. arable land in a common field called WYNEATTS alias SHIDEFEILD, p. Caresbrooke
(1) Thomas Worsley of Appeldercombe, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) John Serle of Wytcombe, p. Caresbrooke, yoman
Consid: £13 6s. 8d.
2s. 6d. p.a.

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/89  1640/1 January

Contents:
John Martell
Thomas Martell, son of John Martell
Jeremy Martell, son of John Martell
Property as in JER/SEL/88/88 with some different abbutments
(1) John Worsely of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) John Martell the elder of Bowcombe, p. Carisbrook, I.W.
Consid: £10
2s. 6d. p.a.

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/90  1669 November 2

Contents:
Richard Valley the younger
Anne Valley, his wife
Richard Valley the elder, his father
Piece of arable ground, ¾a., in a field called GROVE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W. Abbs. w. highway leading from Witcombe Cross towards Gatcombe; s. John Worseley; e. Richard Valley; n. highway above Cleares House
(1) John Worseley of Gatcombe, I.W., esq.
(2) Richard Valley the younger, of Carisbrooke, chyurgeon
Consid: £5
12d. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/91  1737 October 21

Contents:
William Hollis, son of (2)
Robert Hollis, son of (2)
Thomas Hollis
½a. land in Gatcombe, I.W. abbs. e. highway from Newport to Gatcombe; n. Northfield Lane; w. field called Six Acres; s. Robert Urry esq., and John Hollis
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) John Hollis of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £8 8s.
6d. p.a.

Assignment of leases  JER/SEL/88/92  1769 February 28

Contents:
1a. land lying in a close adjoining w. side of highway from Witcombe Cross towards Witcombe, abbs. e. Richard Valley; s., w. & n. Worsley estate
½a. land as in JER/SEL/88/91
(1) Robert Hollis of Arreton, I.W., yeoman
Thomas Hollis of Arreton, husbandman
(2) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, I.W., esq.
Consid: £50

Lease for 6 years (a), and 2 years (b)  JER/SEL/88/93  1819 October 7

Contents:
(a) Marl pit or lime quarry called GARSTONS PIT, p. Gatcombe I.W.
(b) 4 closes of land, p. Gatcombe, 10a., part of Lake Farm
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq.
(2) James Nash of Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £50 p.a. for (a)
£20 p.a. for (b)

Lease and counterpart for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/94  1737/8 March 11

Contents:
David Urry
Martha, his wife
William Urry, his son
½a. land on north part of field called VITTLEFIELD, p. Gatcombe, I.W., abbs. s. & e. Vittlefield; n. lands belonging to Whitecroft; w. lands called COXES
(1) Edward Worsley of Gatcombe, esq.
(2) David Urry of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: 10s. p.a.
(2) to erect stone or brick dwelling house 24 feet by 16 feet within 18 months

Lease and counterpart for 15 years  JER/SEL/88/95  1783 August 12

Contents:
Cottage or tenement on n. side of Gatcombe Street, I.W., lately used by Edward Meux Worsley as a brew house and before that as a dog kennel with ½a. garden
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W.
James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) John Toop of Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: Allowance made for expenses of (2) in converting to a dwelling house
20s. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/88/96  1802 May 10

Contents:
5 cottages in p. Gatcombe, I.W., occ. William Young, [blank] Butcher, widow, Robert James, Henry Baker and William Baker
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) James Harvey of Hill, p. Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £20 10s. 0d. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/88/97  1802 May 10

Contents:
2 cottages in p. Gatcombe, I.W., occ. [blank] Wellspring and John Legg
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) John Duke of Whitcombe, p. Carisbrooke, husbandman
Consid: £8 12s. 0d. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/88/98  1802 May 10

Contents:
3 cottages in p. Gatcombe, I.W., occ. Daniel Moore, John Adams and Thomas Barnes
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) William Way of Newbarn, p. Gatcombe, husbandman
Consid: £11 12s. 0d. p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 7 years  JER/SEL/88/99  1820 January 14

Contents:
Pieces of meadow land called BROAD MEAD, CHAMPION WALK, UPPER CHAMPION MOOR, LOWER CHAMPION MOOR and CHAMPION WOOD, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, esq.
(2) William Morris of p. Gatcombe, yeoman
Consid: £72 15s. 0d. p.a.

Copy of lease for 3 years  JER/SEL/88/100  1622 October 6

Contents:
Rectorie and parsonage of Gatcombe, I.W., with the dwelling house
(1) Elizeas Price of Gatcombe, clerk
(2) John Sanders of p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £84 p.a.

Lease  JER/SEL/88/101  1778 February 28

Contents:
Glebe lands belonging to the parsonage and rectory of Gatcombe, I.W. - the parsonage house and 2 closes of land adjoining, 6a., excepted
All tithes belonging to rectory of Gatcombe
(1) Rev. James Worsley, clerk, rector of Gatcombe
(2) Edward Meux Worsley of Gatcombe House, esq., brother of (1)
(3) Thomas Hollis of Gatcombe, husbandman George King of Whitwell, I.W., malster
Further creditors of (1), as set out in schedule of his debts attached
Term to last for encumbency of (1)
Consid: (2) pays (1) peppercorn rent
(2) pays annual interest on debts of (1)

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/102  1634 November 3

Contents:
Richard Whitewood
John Whitewood
Syssylly Whitewood, his daughter
½a. land called ST. JOHNS HALF in common field of Gatcombe, I.W., at a place called Bevershearde, late abbs. n. John Earlsman, gent.; s. Richard Bradinge, extending from land parcel of manor of Bowcombe on the w. to the King's highway called Beversheard on the e.
Parcel of land called the SANCTUARY alias the FRYERY BUTT lying in Gatcombe near a tenement called Phaselham, p. Gatcombe
(1) Stephen March of Newport, I.W., esq.
(2) Richard Whitewood of Gatcombe, blacksmith
Consid: 10s. p.a.
Endorsed: 1665 October 28
Thomas Miles sold the lease to Richard Whitewood, his brother-in-law and son of (2) above for 45s. T.M. had it of Cisley his wife
[ex CAR D/222]

Counterpart lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/103  1586 April 6

Contents:
Dorothi Earlesmanne
Richard Earlesmanne, son of (2)
Francis Earlesmanne, son of (2)
Messuage or tenement, close called BURDESHILL, 4a., land in a field called LONGLAND, 3a., land in several pieces in a field called SOUTHFIELD, 2a., p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Thomas Fleming of the Soke near the citie of Winchester, Hants.
(2) Thomas Earlesmanne of Buckham, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent
Consid: £13 6s. 8d.
10s. p.a.
[ex CAR D/168]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/88/104  1602 November 13

Contents:
1½a. arable land in a field called Alebaster Downe alias Northfeild, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
½a. arable land above and near the dwelling house of Anne Payne, widow in Wytcombe, p. Caresbrooke, I.W.
Both late occ. George Serle
(1) Thomas Worsley of Appeldercombe, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq
(2) John Baker of Caresbrooke, clerk
Nicholas Baker, son of John Baker
William Baker, son of John Baker
Consid: 2s. 6d. p.a.
[ex CAR D/175]

Lease for 3 lives in reversion  JER/SEL/88/105  1412 September 26

Contents:
Messuage and lands etc., called KYNGESWOLLES TENEMENT in the lordship of Gatecombe, [I.W.]
(1) William Bremshete, lord of Gatecombe
(2) Robert Gamelyn of Hethenstret
Alice his wife
Richard their son
To take effect from death of John de Veer, leaseholder from Elizabeth Bremshete, mother of William
Consid: 26s. 8d. p.a.
Witnesses: William Urry, Thomas Lysle, Richard Martre, John Erlesman senior, Thomas Serle
Recites: n.d.
Lease, so long as life interest of (1) continues
Property as above
(1) John de Veer
(2) Robert Gamelyn
[ex 16M48/263]

GATCOMBE MANOR - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Unexecuted annual lease  JER/SEL/88A/1  1817 July 28

Contents:
LITTLE GATCOMBE LANDS, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 38a.
Piece of land called GEARYS MEAD, p. Gatcombe, 2a.
Cottage or tenement called COTTONS COTTAGE, p. Gatcombe
(1) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe House, esq.
(2) Benjamin Cooper of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £140 p.a.

GATCOMBE MANOR - COURT ROLLS  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/1  1349/50 March

Contents:
[Ex SW/2034]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/2  1352 July

Contents:
[Ex SW/2059]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/3  1361 July

Contents:
[Ex SW/2038]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/4  1570 September

Very badly damaged

Conditions of access: Not to be produced

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/5  1673 May

Contents:
Two entries only
[ex SW/182]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/6  1673 June

Contents:
One entry only
[ex SW/177]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/7  1680 November

Contents:
[Ex SW/169]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/8  1683 September, 1686 September

Contents:
[Ex SW/259]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/9  1707 November

Contents:
[Ex SW/356]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/10  1713 August

Contents:
[Ex SW147]

Court Roll  JER/SEL/89/11  1731 September

Contents:
2 entries only
[ex SW/1365]

Account of rents etc., from freeholds, leaseholds and copyholds belonging to Manor of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/89/12  1574

Contents:
[Ex SW/1874]

Survey of freeholds, leaseholds and copyholds belonging to Manor of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/89/13  1610

Contents:
[Ex SW/181]

List of freeholders of manor of Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/89/14  1633 May 3

Contents:
[Ex SW/146]

Account of Lords Rents and Quit Rents due to manors of Gatcombe and Kingston, [I.W.]  JER/SEL/89/15  1790

Contents:
[Ex SW/1362]

GATCOMBE MANOR - MISCELLANEOUS MANORIAL  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 999 years  JER/SEL/89A/1  1712 December 16

2 copies

Contents:
Common 'of pasture for 590 sheep on Tenants Common Down and the Farme Down, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Thomas Urry the elder of Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W., gent.
Thomas Urry the younger, late of Sheat but now of Standham, p. Arreton, I.W.
(2) John Worsley of Gatcombe, esq., lord of the manor of Gatcombe
Edward Worsley, late of Gatcombe, now of Ford, quarter of Whitwell, p. Gatcombe
Consid: £10 p.a.
Gives abbs. of Tenants Common Down as w. Buckham Down; e. Farme Down; s. Chillerton Down; n. Green Barcoms
Recites: Customary uses of Tenants Common Down and Farme Down and Bill of Complaint in Chancery, (1) against (2)

Case and opinion re dispute between children of Francis Worsley of Witcombe and Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe over rights of free warren at Witcombe, Isle of Wight  JER/SEL/89A/2  1810 March 22

OTHER HARVEY PROPERTIES  JER/SEL/90-96A  [n.d.]

SHEAT PROPERTY - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  JER/SEL/90/1  1584 October 2

Contents:
Moiety of 1 messuage, 10a. land etc., p. Gatcombe, entirety of 4 messuages, 3 cottages, 5 barns, 2 water mylles etc.
200a. land etc., ps. Gatcombe, Carisbrooke, Shalflett and Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Thomas Urrey of Thoreley, I.W., yeoman
(2) David Urrey of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., yeoman
Fine to be to use of (2)
[ex CAR D/149 & 180]

Indented agreement prior to common recovery  JER/SEL/90/2  1585 August 26

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/90/1
(1) Robert Jackman of Cumpton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., yeoman
(2) David Urrey of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., yeoman
Recovery to be to use of (2)
[ex CAR D/151]

Quitclaim  JER/SEL/90/3  1585 December 10

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/90/1
(1) Thomas Chappell of Barnards Inn, Middx., gent.
(2) David Urrey [of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., yeoman]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/90/4  1838 December 25 & 26

Contents:
Capital messuage, cottages, lands, etc., called SHEAT PLACE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., 195a. 1r. 20p.
Messuage, cottage, lands etc., called VALLEYS, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., 31a. 3r. 0p.
Right of common for sheep on common land, formerly called the Tenants Common or Down, now called Newbarn Down and Garstons Down, leased to John and Edward Worsley for 999 years in 1712
Messuage in two tenements, cottage, ground, etc., called BUNTSHILL and REDLAND, p. Shalfleet, I.W., 73a. 3r. 38p.
Barn and land called LUCKETTS and cliff adjoining the sea shore p. Shalfleet, 125a. 1r. 21p.
Maps of all properties attached
(1) John Gage Rokewode of Coldham Hall, p. Stanningfield, Suffolk and of Lincoln's Inn, Middx., esq.
John Wright of Henrietta Street, p. St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middx., esq. [Trustees]
(2) Thomas Fitzherbert Brockholes of Claughton, Lancs., esq.
Francis Fitzherbert Brockholes of the same place, esq.
Charles Fitzherbert Brockholes of Waldon Le Dale, Lancs., esq.
Mary Ann Fitzherbert Brockholes of Claughton, spinster
John Fitzherbert of Swinnerton, Stafford, esq.
George Fitzherbert of the same place, esq.
Francis Fitzherbert of Cheltenham, Gloucester, esq. [Vendors]
(3) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton of the Grange, Hants., [Purchaser]
(4) Henry Baring of Cromer Hall, Norfolk, esq.
Consid: £13,000

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/90/5  1838 December 26


Related information: For conveyance from Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton to William Hinton Harvey see JER/SEL/83A/3

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/90/4
(1) John Gage Rokewode of Coldham Hall, p. Stanningfield, Suffolk, and of Lincoln's Inn, Middx., esq.
John Wright of Henrietta Street, p. St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middx., esq.
(2) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton of the Grange, Hants.
Schedule of deeds and certificates 1723 - 1833 attached

SHEAT PROPERTY - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Exemplification of bill, interrogations and depositions in a cause in Chancery  JER/SEL/90A/1  1709 October 28

Contents:
Thomas Urry senior v Thomas Urry junior
Relates to will of William Urry of London, gent., younger son of Thomas Urry senior, who devised property in p. St. Leonards, Shoreditch and at Effingham, Surrey and Bentworth, Hants., to his father. Will contested by testator's brother as heir at law

Abstract of title to freehold estate called SHEAT PLACE and lands, ps. 'Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/90A/2  1838

Contents:
Covers years 1768 - 1833

Pedigree of Urry family of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W.  JER/SEL/90A/3  nd [wm 1858]

Abstracts of title of Lord Ashburton and his trustees to freehold estate called SHEAT PLACE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/90A/4  1869 - 1872

3 items

Contents:
Covers year 1838 only
[one item ex JER/718]

Copies of JER/SEL/89A/1  JER/SEL/90A/5  1872

2 items

Schedule of title deeds to SHEAT PLACE ESTATE, p. Gatcombe, I.W., and blacksmith's shop etc., at Gatcombe  JER/SEL/90A/6  1873

SHEAT PROPERTY - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 3 lives  JER/SEL/91/1  1588 April 6

Contents:
Orchard or piece of ground, ¼a., at a place called PHASELHAM, p. Gatcombe, I.W. Abbs. n. lane called Jack at Stocks; s., e. & w. land of David Urrey called Will Nicholas
(1) John Porter of Chichester, Sussex., gent.
(2) Henry Newneham of Gatcombe, husbandman
Thomas and Richard, his sons
Consid: 8d. p.a.
[ex CAR D/181]

Lease for 31 years  JER/SEL/91/2  1588 October 6

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called WILL NICHOLAS, with orchard adjacent, 3a. land adjacent to the orchard, a meadow called WILL NICHOLAS MEDE, 2a. and common for 25 sheep on Gatcombe Downe, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) David Urrey of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., yoman
(2) William Urrey of Thorley, I.W., yoman
Consid: 13s. 4d. p.a.
[ex CAR D/162]

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/91/3  1604 November 1

Contents:
Lewes Payne
Edward Valley, son of Edmond Valley, now of Panne, [p. Whippingham], I.W.
Richard Valley, son of Edmond Valley, now of Panne, [p. Whippingham], I.W.
Moiety of messuage or tenement etc., at Witcombe, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) John Porter of the city of Chichester, Sussex, gent.
(2) Lewes Payne of London, gent.
Consid: 33s. 10d. p.a.
[ex CAR D/194]

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/91/4  1787 September 1

Contents:
Capital messuage or dwelling house, farm, lands, etc., called SHEAT or SHEAT PLACE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrook, I.W.
(1) Richard Foquett of Newport, I.W., gent. John White of Fairlee, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
Rev. Richard Walton, Rector of Wootton, I.W., clerk [Trustees named in will of Thomas Urry, late of Newport esq.]
(2) William Hillier of p. Whippingham, husbandman
Consid: £300 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 9 years  JER/SEL/91/5  1808 September 30

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/91/4
(1) William Fitzherbert Brockholes of Claughton Hall, Lancs., esq.
Thomas Clifford of Fixall, Staffs., esq.
(2) Thomas Hillier of Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £365 p.a.

Assignment of lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/91/6  1713 February 11

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, lands, etc., called CHAMPION, p. Arreton, I.W.
(1) Thomas Urry the elder of Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W., gent.
(2) Walter Urry of Sheat, gent., younger son of (1)
Consid: Nominal
Recites: 1698 August 26
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Walter Urry
Robert Urry
William Urry
(sons of (2) below)
Property as above
(1) Edward Richards of Yaverland, I.W., esq.
(2) Thomas Urry

Counterpart lease for 13 years  JER/SEL/91/7  1784 October 28

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/91/6, with a small willow bed, abbs. given
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W.
James Worsley of Stenbury, [p. Godshill], I.W., esq.
(2) Thomas Smith of Champion, Doctor of Physick
Consid: £58 p.a.

KNOCKERS HOLE - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/92/1  1778 April 25

Contents:
Cottage or tenement etc., in p. Gatcombe, I.W., 3a., formerly a copyhold of the manor of Bowcombe
(1) David Cooper of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman
(2) Joseph Stark of p. Carisbrooke, yeoman
Consid: £160 at interest
Recites, inter alia
1678 December 10 & 11
Lease and Release
Property as above
(1) Jane Hall, late of Swainston, p. Calbourn, I.W., widow
(2) John Cooper of p. Carisbrooke, yeoman

Lease and Release to lead the uses of a fine [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/92/2  1800 October 9 & 10

Contents:
New erected messuage or tenement built by (1) on the site of an old cottage called KNOCKERS-HOLE, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 5a.
(1) David Cooper of Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman Mary, his wife
(2) Joseph Stark of Frogland, p. Carisbrooke, yeoman
Consid: £335 at interest

Lease and Release [by way of transfer of mortgage]  JER/SEL/92/3  1802 March 15 & 16

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/92/2, less closes of land, 5a.
(1) Joseph Starke the elder of Frogland, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagee now transferring]
(2) David Cooper of Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, yeoman [Mortgagor]
(3) Joseph Starke the younger of Frogland, yeoman [Heir of (1)]
(4) Moses Morris of Rill, p. Carisbrooke, yeoman [New mortgagee]
Consid: £100
Recites: Conveyance, (2) to (1) of the closes of land

Lease and Release [by way of transfer of mortgage]  JER/SEL/92/4  1804 October 5 & 6

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/92/2, less closes of land, 5a.
(1) Moses Morris of Rill, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagee now transferring]
(2) David Cooper of Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, yeoman [Mortgagor]
(3) John Spragg of Southwick, Hants., labourer [New mortgagee]
Consid: £100

Will with probate. Testator: Barnabas Cooper of Luccombe, [p. Bonchurch], I.W., yeoman  JER/SEL/92/5  1813 May 7

Contents:
Devised all freehold property to trustees for son George White Cooper
Original made 1811 December 13

Lease and Release [by way of transfer of mortgage]  JER/SEL/92/6  1817 October 30 & 31

Contents:
Messuage or tenement sometime since erected by (1) on site of an old decayed cottage called KNOCKER'S HOLE, p. Gatcombe, I.W., with two other messuages or tenements lately built by (2) adjoining
(1) Thomas Spragg of Horsey Island, Hants., labourer [Mortgagee now transferring]
(2) David Cooper of Chillerton, p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagor]
(3) Philip Hayles of Billingham, p. Shorwell, I.W., labourer [New mortgagee]
Consid: £100

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/92/7  1825 February 16 & 17

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse consisting of three tenements under one roof at Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) Benjamin Cooper of p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman, son of late David Cooper [Vendor]
(2) Mary Cooper of p. Gatcombe, widow, relict of late David Cooper [Consenting party]
(3) Philip Hayles of p. Shorwell, I.W., labourer [Mortgagee]
(4) Alexander Campbell of Gatcombe Park, I.W., esq. [Purchaser]
Consid: (4) pays (3) £123 7s. 11d. to redeem mortgage
(4) pays (1) £141 12s. 1d.
Total
£265
(2) agrees to release dower rights to (4)

Conveyance  JER/SEL/92/8  1851 September 13

Contents:
Cottage or tenement formerly three cottages with the garden in front and blacksmiths shop erected thereon near Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Plan endorsed
(1) Ellen Sewell of Bonchurch, I.W. spinster
Elizabeth Sewell of Bonchurch, I.W. spinster
Emma Sewell of Bonchurch, I.W. spinster
Janetta Sewell of Bonchurch, I.W. spinster [Co-vendors]
(2) John Henry Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent. [Co-vendor]
(3) James Hookey of Sheat, blacksmith [Purchaser]
(4) William Way of Newport, builder [Trustee]
Consid: £160

Mortgage  JER/SEL/92/9  1859 February 28

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/92/8
(1) James Hookey of Sheat, blacksmith
(2) James Shotter of Bishopstoke, Hants., schoolmaster
Consid: £100 at interest

Further charge on mortgage  JER/SEL/92/10  1866 May 28

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/92/8
(1) James Hookey of Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W., blacksmith
(2) James Shotter of Bishopstoke, Hants., schoolmaster
Consid: £50 at interest

Conveyance  JER/SEL/92/11  1869 July 31

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/92/8, now called KNOCKERS
(1) James Shotter of Bishopstoke, Hants., Schoolmaster [Mortgagee]
(2) James Hookey of Sheat, I.W., blacksmith [Vendor]
(3) Rt. Hon. Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants., [Purchaser]
(4) Thomas Baring of Norman Court near Stockbridge, Hants., esq., M.P.
Henry Bingham Mildmay of B Bishopsgate Street, London, esq. [Trustees]
Consid: (3) pays (1) £150 to discharge mortgage
(3) pays (2) £140
Total £290

KNOCKERS HOLE - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will. Testator: George Cooper of Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke  JER/SEL/92A/1  nd [wm 1823]

Contents:
Devised freehold messuage or tenement and lands in p. Gatcombe I.W., to son, David Cooper
Original made 1767 August 29

Abstract of title of Rt. Hon. Lord Ashburton to freehold cottage, shop and garden at Sheat, p. Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/92A/2  nd [c 1871]

Contents:
Covers years 1823 - 1868

EAST BILLINGHAM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release [by way of reconveyance from mortgage]  JER/SEL/93/1  1811 June 7 & 8

Contents:
Messuage or tenements and lands etc., called respectively ROSELANDS and MACKETTS, 128a. 0r. 28p.
Messuage or tenement and lands called BROWNS, 56a.
Messuage or tenement and lands called YOUNGS, 45a.
Tithes of all the above, all of which lie in p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Edward Knapp of Winchester, Hants., banker
(2) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne House, [p. Whippingham], esq.
Consid: Nominal

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/93/2  1811 June 9 & 10

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/93/1
(1) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq.
Consid: £4,000 at interest

Articles of agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/93/3  1814 May 4

Contents:
Messuages, farms and lands called YOUNGS and BROWNS, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with rectorial tithes, 114a. 1r. 28p.
Messuages, farms and lands called ROSELANDS and MACKETTS, p. Carisbrooke, with rectorial tithes, 128a. 0r. 21p.
Rectorial tithes of land in Carisbrooke Common Field called CASTLE LANDS, 5a. 3r. 7p.
Rectorial tithes of land in Carisbrooke and Lenten Common Fields, 15a. 3r. 11p.
Schedule attached
(1) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) Robert Clarke of Newport, I.W., esq.
Consid: £8,000

Articles of agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/93/4  1814 May 10

Contents:
Messuages, farms and lands called UPPER and LOWER LOVERSTONE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with rectorial tithes, 97a. 0r. 15p.
Piece of land called PARK, part of widow Young's tenement, p. Carisbrooke, 3a. 0r. 12p.
Piece of land called PART OF BROWN'S MEAD belonging to BROWNS UPPER TENEMENT, p. Carisbrooke, 3r. 21p.
(1) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) Robert Clarke of Newport, I.W., esq.
Consid: £3,790

Assignment  JER/SEL/93/5  1823 July 16

Contents:
Interest of (1) in farms at EAST BILLINGHAM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W. under JER/SEL/93/3 & 4
(1) Robert Clarke of Carisbrooke, I.W., esq.
(2) Richard Oglander of Sloane Street, Chelsea, Middx., esq

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/93/6  1836 December 29 & 30

Contents:
Messuages or tenements and lands etc., called ROSELAND and MACKETTS, 128a. 0r. 28p.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called PITTS alias BROWNS, 56a.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called BROWNS UPPER TENEMENT
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called WAVELLS alias GOODALLS, 56a.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called UPPER LOVERSTONE, 45a.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called LOWER LOVERSTONE, 40a.
Messuage or tenement and lands etc. called YOUNGS, 54a.
Tithes of above which all lie in p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Map and schedules attached
(1) Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W., [Former mortgagee]
(2) Fitzroy Blachford of Osborne House, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq. [Mortgagor]
(3) George Henry Ward late of Haslemere, Surrey, but now of Northwood Park, I.W., esq.
Thomas Cooke the younger, late of Newport, I.W., but now of New Close, p. Carisbrooke, esq.
William Hearn of Newport, esq.
Thomas John Blachford of Newport, esq. [Mortgagees]
(4) Richard Oglander of Fairlee House, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq. [Trustee]
Consid: £10,000 at interest

Lease and Release [by way of reconveyance from mortgage]  JER/SEL/93/7  1837 February 8 & 9

Contents:
Tithes of farms called GOODALLS and WAVELLS, BROWNS UPPER TENEMENT, YOUNGS LATE LIFEHOLD and UPPER and LOWER LOVERSTONE all p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) William Harris Leacock of Bridgewater, Somerset
(2) Charles Turner Cooke of Cheltenham, Gloucester, esq.
Catharine Bennett, his wife
Thomas Rashleigh of Andover, Hants., esq.
Mary Anne Rashleigh of Withycomb
Rawleigh, Devon, widow
William Harris Leacock, as above
Mary Leacock of Cheltenham, spinster
Catherine Leacock of Cheltenham, spinster
Caroline Leacock of Cheltenham, spinster
Elizabeth Hinds Leacock of Cheltenham, spinster
[Legal representatives of late William Harris, mortgagee]
(3) Fitzroy Blachford of Osborne House, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq. [Mortgagor]
Consid: £5,000

Grant and release  JER/SEL/93/8  1842 November 27

Contents:
Farms called ROSSLAND FARM, HILL [recte RILL] FARM and LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with the tithes. Map and schedules attached
Tithes only of lands etc. [on n.e. side of Chillerton Street] part of SHEAT FARM in p. Carisbrooke. Map and schedule attached
Tithes only of lands etc. [called VALLEYS FARM], p. Carisbrooke. Map and schedule attached
(1) Richard Oglander of Fairlee House, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq. [Trustee to marriage settlement of Barrington Pope Blachford and Lady Isabella Fitzroy, vendor]
(2) Philip Williams of Woolley Lodge, Hants., esq. [Trustee for sale]
(3) Henry Leigh of Yarmouth, I.W., gent. [Mortgagee]
(4) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton of the Grange, Hants. [Principal Mortgagee and purchaser]
(5) Henry Baring of Cromer, Norfolk, esq. [Trustee]
Consid: Owing to (4) on mortgage £10,000
(4) pays (2) £7,250
(4) pays (3) £750
Total £18,000

Assignment of a term in trust for 1,000 years  JER/SEL/93/9  1842 November 27

Contents:
Farms called ROSSLAND FARM, RILL FARM and LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with the tithes
(1) Francis Best, clerk, Rector of South Dalton, Yorks [Trustee]
(2) Philip Williams of Woolley Lodge, Hants., esq. [Assignor]
(3) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants. [Assignee]
(4) John Lawford of Drapers Hall, London, esq. [Trustee]
Consid: Nominal
Recites: Creation of the term

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/93/10  1842 November 27

Contents:
Relates to property as in JER/SEL/93/8
(1) Philip Williams of Woolley Lodge, Hants., esq.
(2) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants.
Schedule refers only to recent transactions

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/93/11  1842 November 27

Contents:
Relates to property as in JER/SEL/93/9
(1) William Astell of Everton House, Beds., esq.
James Somerville Somerville of Dinder House, near Wells, Somerset, esq. [Mortgagees of estate of late Fitzroy Blachford]
(2) Sir Richard Godin Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W., [Purchaser of another part of Blachford Estate]
(3) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants. esq.
Full schedule of deeds to Blachford estate 1698 - 1837 and schedule of debts of late Fitzroy Blachford attached
With attested copy dated 1843 September 6

Attested copy of deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/93/12  nd [c 1844]

Contents:
Relates to tithes of p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) William Astell of Everton House, Beds., esq.
James Somerville Somerville of Dinder House, near Wells, Somerset, esq.
(2) Sir Richard Godin Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(3) Rt. Hon. Alexander, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants.
(4) Lady Isabella Blachford of Osborne House, [p. Whippingham], I.W., widow
Isabella Eliza Blachford of Osborne House, spinster
Schedule of deeds 1758 - 1836 attached
Original made 1844 March 28

Conveyance  JER/SEL/93/13  1871 April 22

Contents:
Farms called ROSSLAND or ROSLIN, 225a., LOWER RILL, 125a., and LOVERSTONE and RILL or UPPER RILL, 189a., all p. Carisbrooke, I.W. Map and schedule attached
(1) Thomas Baring of Norman Court near Stockbridge, esq., M.P.
Henry Bingham Mildmay of Bishopsgate Street, London, esq. [Trustees for sale]
(2) Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton, of the Grange, Hants. [Vendor]
(3) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., [Purchaser]
Consid: £20,000

Mortgage  JER/SEL/93/14  1871 April 24


Related information: FOR CONVEYANCE TO SEELY SEE JER/SEL/83/1

Contents:
Farms etc., called ROSLIN, RILL and LOVERSTON, p. Carisbrooke, IW.
Map and schedule attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) Benjamin Cotton of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
Consid: £16,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1873 April 5
Reconveyance

Deed of Covenant for production of a deed  JER/SEL/93/15  1871 April 24

Contents:
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Wootton], I.W.
(2) Benjamin Cotton of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W.
Concerns Gatcombe Estate and farms at East Billingham, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.

EAST BILLINGHAM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Receipt for £5,000  JER/SEL/93A/1  1815 November 18

Contents:
Part of purchase money for farms called ROSSLANDS and MACKETTS, YOUNGS and UPPER and LOWER LOVERSTONE, p. Carisbrooke paid by Robert Clarke, esq.

Sale catalogue  JER/SEL/93A/2  1840


Related information: See JER/SEL/62A/4

Contents:
Covers Billingham farms in p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes, cottages at Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke [formerly a tithe barn] and property belonging to manor of Longlands, ps. Brading and Arreton, I.W.

Drafts, copies, schedules, rough workings etc.,  JER/SEL/93A/3  1840 - 1843

4 bundles

Contents:
Re sale of Billingham farms in p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes, trustee of Fitzroy Blachford esq. to Lord Ashburton

Abstract of title to rectorial tithes of p. Chale, I.W.  JER/SEL/93A/4  nd [Wm 1841]

2 copies

Contents:
Covers years 1757 - 1796
[Produced in response to query re title to tithes of Billingham farms, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]

Correspondence re sale of Billingham farms, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes, trustee of Fitzroy Blachford, esq. to Lord Ashburton  JER/SEL/93A/5  1840 - 1848

6 original bundles

Abstract of title of Lord Ashburton and his trustees to messuages, farms and hereditaments called ROSSLAND FARM, RILL FARM and LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes  JER/SEL/93A/6  1869 - 1870

2 copies

Contents:
Covers years 1842 - 1869

Extract of confirmed tithe apportionment, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/93A/7  1870 April 29

Contents:
Covers property of Lord Ashburton

Supplemental abstract of title to ROSLIN FARM, RILL FARM and LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes  JER/SEL/93A/8  1870 - 1871

Valuation of farms forming East Billingham, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/93A/9  1870

Contents:
Map attached

Schedules of deeds re ROSSLAND, RILL and LOVERSTONE FARMS, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., with tithes  JER/SEL/93A/10  1873

2 items

Contents:
Covers years 1811 - 1871

Deed poll  JER/SEL/93A/11  1869 June 30

Contents:
Alexander Hugh, Lord Ashburton, of Bath House, Piccadilly, Middx. declares tithe rent charge of farms at EAST BILLINGHAM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., to be merged with the freehold

CHILLERTON FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release to uses to bar dower  JER/SEL/94/1  1823 February 13 & 14

Contents:
Manor of CHILLERTON, I.W.
Capital freehold estate called CHILLERTON FARM, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell, I.W., 405a. 1r. 29p.
Schedule attached
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles Grant of Russell Square, Middx., P.C. Robert Grant of Lincolns Inn, Middx., esq.
(2) Susan March Phillipps of Garendon Park, Leicester, widow of Thomas March Phillipps, esq. [Co-vendor with (9)]
(3) Samuel March Phillipps of the Inner Temple, London, esq.
(4) Charles Grant, as (1) above
Robert Grant as (1) above
Charles March Phillipps of Garendon Park, esq.
(5) Samuel March Phillipps, as (3) above
(6) Giles Templeman of the Inner Temple, esq.
Charles March Phillipps as (4) above
(7) William Gillmore Bolton of Austin Friars, London, gent.
Henry Pulley of Doctor's Commons, London, gent.
(8) William Gilmore Bolton as (7) above
Samuel March Phillips as (3) above
(9) Edward Hales Lisle of Moyles Court, p. Ellingham, Hants., esq., hitherto called Edward Hayles Taylor
John Manley of Braziers, p. Cheltenham, Oxford, esq.
Thomas Wren Harding of Upcott, p. Pelton, Devon, esq.
Sir Robert Gardiner [Co-vendors with (2)]
(10) Robert Harding of Upcott, esq.
Harriett Alicia Harding
(11) James Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent. [Purchaser]
(12) William Gunner of Bishops Waltham, Hants., gent.
Consid: £13,050
Lengthy recitations show descent of the property from Charles Lisle of Moyles Court to his daughters Susan (married Thomas March Phillipps) and Mary (married Christopher Tayler of Blashford, p. Ellingham, Hants.)

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/94/2  1823 February 14

Contents:
Relates to manor and farm of CHILLERTON, ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W.
(1) Samuel March Phillipps of Inner Temple, London, esq.
Edward Hayles Lisle of Blashford House, p. Ringwood, Hants., esq.
(2) James Harvey of Marvell, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
Schedule of deeds 1709 - 1791 attached

Lease and Release by way of mortgage  JER/SEL/94/3  1823 November 26 & 27

Contents:
Manor of CHILLERTON, I.W.
Capital farm called CHILLERTON, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell]
2 closes called SWEETLANDS, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 8a. 3r. 17p., further described
2 messuages and lands etc., called LANGBRIDGE, p. Newchurch, I.W., 80a.
Farm called COOKES, p. Newchurch, 33a. 2r. 11p.
Messuage or tenement, lands, barn, etc., called late HOLBROOKS now called JOBLANDS alias JOBLINS, p. Newchurch, 9a. 3r. 2p.
Rectory of Wellow, p. West Wellow, Wilts. Further described Tithes of farm called CROSSOAK, p. West Wellow
Tithes of several tenements etc., called POWELLS STANDEN, p. Arreton, I.W.
Farm called MARVELLS, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Messuage or tenement and lands called HARPER'S alias BLACKWATER LIVING, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe
Lands in Common Fields of Gatcombe and Carisbrooke belonging to HARPER'S, above
Messuage or tenement, barn, etc., erected by John Whittington on a close called CHERRY CLOSE, p. Carisbrooke, 4a. Abbs. given
Close called CONEY CLOSE, p. Carisbrooke, 4a. Abbs given
Close called FURZY BANK, p. Carisbrooke, ½a. Abb. s-w highway to Whitecroft
Named closes in p. West Wellow, Wilts., 22a.
2 messuages or tenements and 3 closes in ps. East Wellow, Hants., and West Wellow, Wilts.
Messuage or tenement and 2 closes in p. Sherfield English, Hants., 7a.
Further small properties, described, in p. Sherfield English, including some leasehold
Tithes of farms called MARVEL, alias MARWELL, BLACKWATER, PARADICE and VERES and BARNFIELDS, p. Carisbrooke
Tithes of pieces of land called COOKES LENGTH and 1a. part of farms called READS, p. Carisbrooke
Schedule of CHILLERTON FARM, attached, includes detailed description of buildings
(1) James Harvey of Marvel, gent.
Mary, his wife
(2) Edward Griffith Colpoys of Bishops Waltham, Hants., esq., Vice Admiral, R.N.
John Wilson of How in Troutbeck, esq., Captain R.N.
Consid: £11,000 at interest
Endorsed:
1851 April 9
Memorandum re re-conveyance of property at East Wellow, Hants., and West Wellow, Wilts.

Assignment of a term in trust of 500 years  JER/SEL/94/4  1824 July 1

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) Robert Bicknell of Bloomsbury Square, Middx., esq. [Trustee]
(2) James Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent. [Assignor]
(3) Edward Griffith Colpoys of Bishops Waltham, Hants., esq., Vice Admiral, R.N.
John Wilson of How in Troutbeck, esq., Captain R.N. [Assignees]
(4) John Stark Willington of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
Consid: Nominal

Mortgage  JER/SEL/94/5  1842 April 16

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., yeoman
William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., yeoman [Heirs of late James Harvey]
(2) Benjamin Cotton of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
Consid: £8,200 at interest

Transfer of mortgage  JER/SEL/94/6  1843 February 22

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) Benjamin Cotton of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
(2) John Harvey of Marvel, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., gent.
William Harvey of Chillerton Farm, p. Carisbrooke, gent.
(3) Thomas Gibson of Clay Hill, Walthamstow, Essex, esq.
Consid: (2) pay (1) £1,200
(3) pays (1) £7,000

Assignment of a term in trust for 500 years  JER/SEL/94/7  1843 February 22

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) John Stark Willington of Newport, I.W., gent. [Assignor]
(2) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent. [Owners of the property]
(3) Thomas Gibson of Clay Hill, Walthamstow, Essex, esq., [Mortgagee]
(4) William Hearn of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., gent. [Assignee]
Consid: Nominal

Reconveyance from mortgage  JER/SEL/94/8  1856 April 7

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) Thomas Gibson, late of Clay Hill, Walthamstow, Essex, now of Clarence Terrace, Regents Park, Middx., esq.
(2) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent. William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
Consid: £7,000

Mortgage  JER/SEL/94/9  1863 January 6

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/94/3
(1) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
(2) Thomas Field Gibson of Westbourne Terrace, Middx., esq.
Consid: £10,000 at interest

Attested copy of deed of partition  JER/SEL/94/10  1870 May 3

Contents:
(a) Cottages, buildings, farm, lands, etc., called MARVEL, including property formerly called SMITH'S LAND, DICKENSONS, PARADISE and part of WATERGATE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 169a. 0r. 5p. Schedule attached
(b) Tithe rent charge of above, less one small piece of land and of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., 121a. 1r. 29p. Schedule attached
(c) Property in p. Carisbrooke between Carisbrooke Road and West Lane [now Mill Street]. Map attached
(d) Messuages, farm houses, cottages, lands etc., called APPLEFORD FARM and UPPER APPLEFORD alias COLEMAN'S FARM, p. Godshill, I.W., 624a. 0r. 15p. Schedule attached
(e) Tithe rent charge of part of above
(f) Piece of land called WHITELEY or LAY, p. Godshill. Tithe No. 828
(g) APPLEFORD COTTAGE, p. Godshill. Abbs. given
(h) HILL CROSS FARM, part p. Carisbrooke and part extra-parochial, 138a., being the award made to Winchester College in lieu of common rights in Parkhurst Forest belonging to the manor of St. Cross
(i) Messuages, farms, lands etc., called GAMBLEDOWN, HALECOMBE'S and DANDYFORD, p. Sherfield English, Hants., 204a. 3r. 11p. Map and schedule attached
(j) Tithe rent charge of lands in p. West Wellow, Wilts. Schedule attached
(k) Manor and farm of CHILLERTON, I.W., and capital messuage etc. called CHILLERTON FARM, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell, 118a. 2r. 4p. Map and schedule attached
(1) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton Farm, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(3) John Poore of Newport, I.W., gent.
(4) James Alfred Mew of Newport, gent.
(1) to take (f), (g) and (h)
(2) to take remainder
Recites: Various encumbrances

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: James Harvey late of Marvel, but then of Chillerton Farm, both p. Carisbrooke, I.W., gent.  JER/SEL/94/11  1873 February 1

Contents:
Devised LANGBRIDGE FARM, p. Newchurch, I.W., to trustees for sons John and William
Devised directly to sons John and William farms etc. called MARVEL, SMITHS LAND, DICKONSONS, PARADICE, part of WATERGATE, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W., with the tithes thereof, farm called CHILLERTON, ps. Wootton, Carisbrooke and Shorwell, I.W., with the tithes thereof, tithes of farm called WEST STANDEN, p. Arreton, I.W., farms, lands, tithes etc. in ps. West Wellow, Wilts and Sherfield English, Hants.
Original made 1826 May 12
Probate 1831 February 16

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.  JER/SEL/94/12  1873 February 1

Contents:
Devised moiety of farms called LANGBRIDGE and JOBLINS, p. Newchurch, I.W., to trustees for nephew William Hinton Harvey with provisoes
Devised all other freehold and leasehold property to trustees for nephew William Hinton Harvey
Original dated 1863 June 30
Probate 1864 January 12

Conveyance  JER/SEL/94/13  1873 April 8

Contents:
Manor, messuage, farm and lands called CHILLERTON, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell, I.W., 407a. 3r. 26p.
Messuage, farm and lands formerly known as ATTRILLS and GLEVENS but now called WEST BILLINGHAM, p. Shorwell, I.W., 118a. 2r. 4p.
Map attached
(1) Thomas Field Gibson, late of Westbourne Terrace, Middx., but now of Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, esq. [Mortgagee]
(2) John Harvey of Marvel, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., esq.
Ann Harvey, his wife [co-vendors with (3)]
(3) William Hinton Harvey, late of Chillerton, now of Surbiton, Surrey, esq. [Co-vendor with (2)]
(4) Charles Seely the elder of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P. [Purchaser]
(5) Charles Seely the younger of 7 Queens Gate Gardens, Middx., esq., M.P.
Consid: (4) pays (1) £10,000
(4) pays (2) £8,000
(4) pays (3) £8,000

Lease and release  JER/SEL/94/14  1815 October 10 & 11

Contents:
Tithes of farms and lands called Ramsdown, Sheepwash, Blindboar, Jolliffes, Wards, Ralfes, Kervilles, Cooks, Stocks, Caves or Brights, Roomes, Kervills or Morris's, Wethnells, Coopers or Upperhouse, Taylors or Guys, all p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Rt. Hon. and Rev. Henry Fitzroy called Lord Henry Fitzroy, rector of Euston, Suffolk, (third son of the Duke of Grafton
Sir William Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W. [Trustees]
(2) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq. [Vendor]
(3) Arthur Atherly of Southampton Town, esq. Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq. [Purchasers]
Consid: £1,600

CHILLERTON FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of James Harvey to freehold estate called CHILERTON FARM, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell], I.W.  JER/SEL/94A/1  1822

Contents:
Covers years 1709 - 1820

Abstract of title of John and William Harvey to farm and lands called CHILLERTON FARM, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell], I.W.  JER/SEL/94A/2  1862

Contents:
Covers years 1823 - 1856

Abstract of title of John and William Harvey and their mortgagee to farm and lands called CHILLERTON FARM, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell], I.W.  JER/SEL/94A/3  1872

Contents:
Covers years 1823 - 1863

Supplemental abstract of title of William Hinton Harvey to farm and lands called CHILLERTON FARM, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell], I.W.  JER/SEL/94A/4  1872

Contents:
Covers years 1863 - 1869

Schedules, declarations, drafts, opinions, etc. re CHILLERTON FARM, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/94A/5  1872 - 1873

5 items

Contents:
[One item ex JER/689]

CHILLERTON FARM - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/95/1  1779 March 1

Contents:
Capital messuage or tenement and lands called CHILLERTON, [ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell], I.W., 405a. 1r. 29p.
(1) Charles Lisle of Moyles Court, p. Ellingham, Hants., esq.
(2) Caleb Cooke of Chillerton, p. Wootton, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £260 p.a.

Covenant by way of lease  JER/SEL/95/2  1813 June 1

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/95/1
(1) William Baldwin of Ringwood, Hants., gent.
(2) Caleb Cooke Weeks of Chillerton, [p. Wootton], I.W., yeoman
Consid: £500 p.a.

WEST BILLINGHAM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/96/1  1807 October 9 & 10

Contents:
Messuages, tenements and lands etc. called ATRILLS and GLEVENS, p. Shorwell, I.W., 118a. Or. 33p.
(1) Rev. James Worsley of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., clerk [Vendor]
(2) John Morris of Billingham, yeoman [Purchaser]
(3) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., butcher [Trustee for (2)]
Consid: £4,425

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/96/2  1807 October 12

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, lands etc. called GLEVENS, p. Shorwell I.W., 75a. 1r. 28p.
(1) John Morris of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., yeoman
(2) Rev. Francis Worsley of Chale, I.W., clerk
Consid: £2,400 at interest

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/96/3  1807 October 12

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, lands etc. called ATRILLS, p. Shorwell I.W., 42a. 3r. 5p.
(1) John Morris of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W. [Mortgagor]
(2) Rev. Francis Worsley of Chale, I.W., clerk [Mortgagee of another part of (1)'s estate]
(3) Grace Hearn of p. Arreton, I.W., widow [Mortgagee]
Consid: £800 at interest

Attested copy of lease and release  JER/SEL/96/4  1808 January 21

Contents:
Messuages or tenements and land etc. called ATTRILLS and GLEVENS, p. Shorwell, I.W. 118a. Or. 33p.
Cottage and lands called CAWSES, p. Shorwell. 26a. 3r. 17p.
(1) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborn, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) Rev. James Worsley of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., clerk
Consid: £4,360
Original made 1807 February 15 & 17

Attested copy of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/96/5  1808 January 21

Contents:
Relates to property as in JER/SEL/96/4
(1) Barrington Pope Blachford of Osborne, [p. Whippingham], I.W., esq.
(2) Rev. James Worsley of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., clerk
Very short schedule of recent deeds attached

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/96/6  1809 June 24

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/96/2
(1) Rev. James Worsley of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., clerk
David Worsley of Cowes, I.W., gent.
Francis Worsley of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustees to will of existing mortgagor]
(2) John Morris of Billingham, yeoman [Mortgagor]
(3) David Way of Limerstone, p. Brixton, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagee]
Consid: (3) pays (1) £1,035 to discharge existing mortgage
(3) pays (2) £1,565
Total £2,600

Further charge on mortgage  JER/SEL/96/7  1816 June 24

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/96/2
(1) John Morris of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W.
(2) David Way of Limerston, [p. Brighstone], I.W.
Consid: £400 at interest

Bond to accompany JER/SEL/96/7  JER/SEL/96/8  1816 June 24

Assignment and surrender of demise for 1,000 years  JER/SEL/96/9  1816 June 28

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/96/3
(1) Grace Hearn of Fulford, p. Arreton, I.W., widow
(2) John Morris of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., yeoman
Consid: £800

Appointment and release  JER/SEL/96/10  1822 October 10 & 11

Contents:
Messuages or tenements and lands called ATRILLS and GLEVENS, p. Shorwell, I.W., 118a. Or. 33p.
(1) John Morris of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., yeoman [Vendor]
(2) William Tucker of Newport, I.W., butcher [Trustee]
(3) David Way of Limerstone, p. Brixton, I.W., yeoman [Purchaser]
(4) Francis Worsley of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
Consid: £3,900 - being the outstanding mortgage debt of (1) to (3)
Recites: encumbrances

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: David Way of Lymerston, [p. Brighstone], I.W., gent.  JER/SEL/96/11  1836 December 8

Contents:
Devised all freehold, leasehold and copyhold estates to nephews David Way and Thomas Way as trustees for sale
Original dated 1828 April 30
Probate 1831 July 30

Conveyance  JER/SEL/96/12  1850 November 2

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and lands etc., formerly called ATRILLS and GLEVENS, now called WEST BILLINGHAM, p. Shorwell, I.W., 120a. 3r. 10p.
Map and schedule in margin
(1) Thomas Way of Limerstone, [p. Brighstone], I.W., gent.
David Way of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., gent. [Trustees under will of late David Way of Limerstone, gent.]
(2) Henry Way of Atherfield, [p. Shorwell], I.W., heir at law of late David Way
(3) John Harvey of Marvel, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., gent.
Consid: £2,300

Mortgage  JER/SEL/96/13  1870 May 3

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/96/12, but measured as 118a. 2r. 4p. New map and schedule attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) John Himmens of Wootton Bridge, I.W., gent.
Consid: £3,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1873 April 5
Reconveyance from mortgage

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: William Harvey of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.  JER/SEL/96/14  1873 April 5


Related information: FOR CONVEYANCE TO CHARLES SEELY SEE JER/SE/94/13

Contents:
Devised moiety of farms called LANGBRIDGE and JOBLINS, p. Newchurch, I.W., to trustees for nephew William Hinton Harvey, with provisoes
Devised all other freehold and leasehold property to trustees for nephew William Hinton Harvey
Original made 1863 June 30
Probate 1864 January 12

WEST BILLINGHAM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Draft Notice  JER/SEL/96A/1  1830

Contents:
Daniel List and Miriam Godman are informed of following deed
1830 August 27 & 28
Lease and Release
Reversionary interest of (1) in 1/3 of:-
Capital messuage (sic) called WEST BILLINGHAM, p. Shorwell, 114a.
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called LITTLE WOOLVERTON, ps. St. Lawrence and Whitwell, I.W., 43a. with tithes
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called SMALL GAINS, p. Arreton, I.W., 30a.
Close of ground near Fairlee Gate, p. Whippingham, I.W., 4a. Occ. Richard Barton
Close of meadow ground in p. Whippingham, 3a. Occ. Richard Barton
Rectory of Thorley, I.W.
(1) James Worsley the younger of Arnwood, near Lymington, Hants., esq.
(2) James Worsley the elder of Billingham, [p. Shorwell], I.W., clerk
(3) Thomas Barnett the elder of the City of Oxford, livery stable keeper
Recites: indebtedness (1) to (3) for £709

Abstract of title of Thomas and David Way, devisees of the will of late David Way, to farm and lands called WEST BILLINGHAM, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/96A/2  1850

Contents:
Covers years 1807 - 1831

Abstract of title of William Hinton Harvey, esq., to [WEST] BILLINGHAM, [p. Shorwell], I.W.  JER/SEL/96A/3  1872

Schedule of deeds and surveyor's report re WEST BILLINGHAM FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/96A/4  1872 - 1873

2 items

Analysis of title to WEST BILLINGHAM, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/96A/5  nd [c 1872]

Draft reconveyance from mortgage of WEST BILLINGHAM FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/96A/6  1873

SMALLER PROPERTIES  JER/SEL/97-105A  [n.d.]

RAMSDOWN FARM, COTTAGE PROPERTY AT CHILLERTON AND LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  JER/SEL/97/1  1865 June 20

Contents:
MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON, I.W.
RAMSDOWN FARM and various cottage properties in Chillerton, p's. Carisbrooke and Wootton
Map and schedule attached
(1) John Bonham Carter of Adhurst St. Mary, Hants., esq., M.P.
(2) Rev. Jervis Trigge Giffard of Long Ditton, Surrey George Markham Giffard of the Inner Temple, Middx., esq., Q.C.
(3) Edward Carter
Edward Hopkins of New Alresford, Hants., gent.
(4) Edward Hopkins
Edward Carter
(5) William Henry Stephenson of Bolton Row, Mayfair, Middx., esq.
Melville Wilson of London, merchant
(6) George Markham Giffard
Rev. Vaughan Campbell Day of Chipstable Rectory near Wiviliscombe, Somerset
George Atherley of Southampton Town, esq.
(7) Jervis Trigge Giffard
Edward Hopkins
Richard Bloxam of Eltham Court, Kent., esq.
Edward Bloxam of New Boswell Court, Middx., esq.
(8) Edward Carter
George Carter Evelegh of Portsmouth, Captain R.A.
(9) John Henry Evelegh of Shide, near Newport, I.W., Captain in the Army
(10) George Carter Evelegh
(11) Louisa Evelegh, wife of (10)
(12) Frederick Charles Evelegh of Clonmel, Ireland, late Lt.Col. of 20th Foot
(13) Edward Carter Giffard of Gray House, Dundee, Forfar, Scotland, esq., late a Major in the Army
(14) Emma Emilia Giffard of Long Ditton, widow
(15) George Markham Giffard
(16) Edward Hopkins
(17) John Bonham Carter
(18) Joanna Hilary Bonham Carter of Keston, Kent, spinster
(19) Frances Maria Bonham Carter of Keston, spinster
(20) Alfred Bonham Carter of 6 Whitehall, Middx., esq.
(21) Henry Bonham Carter of Lombard Street, London, esq.
(22) Alice Bonham Carter of Keston, spinster
(23) Hugh Bonham Carter of Keston, esq., Lt. in the Cold-stream Guards
(24) Elinor Mary Bonham Carter of Keston, spinster
(25) Edward Carter
(26) Henry Carter of Wickham, Hants., esq.
(27) Bonham William Carter of Clarance Parade, Southsea, Hants., esq.
(28) Elizabeth Ann Carter of Portsmouth, spinster
(29) Henry Stark Morris of Kingston, I.W., yeoman [Purchaser]
Consid: £9,500
Recites interests of (1) - (28) in the property

Memorandum  JER/SEL/97/2  1865 June 20


Related information: See JER/SEL/97/1

Contents:
Details distribution of £9,500 purchase price of MANOR OF CHILLERTON and RAMSDOWN FARM etc., amongst the vendors

Mortgage  JER/SEL/97/3  1865 June 21

Contents:
MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON, I.W.
RAMSDOWN FARM and various cottage properties in Chillerton, p's. Carisbrooke and Wootton
Map and schedule attached
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Kingstone, I.W., yeoman
(2) Rev. Jervis Trigge Giffard of Long Ditton Rectory, Surrey
Edward Hopkins of Alresford, Hants., gent.
Richard Bloxam of Eltham Court, Kent, esq.
Edward Bloxam of New Boswell Court, Middx., esq.
Consid: £5,500 at interest
Endorsed: 1872 March 15
Transfer
1874 October 9
Reconveyance

Agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/97/4  1874 June 3

Contents:
RAMSDOWN FARM, ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W., 177a. 2r. 23p.
Two smaller tenements, 38a. 2r. 19p., and 15a. Or. 26p., ps. Carisbrooke and Wooton
A cottage, p. Wootton
Tithes of all above
Full schedules attached
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Chale, I.W., yeoman
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £10,500

Conveyance  JER/SEL/97/5  1874 October 10

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/97/1
Map attached
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Chale, I.W., yeoman
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £10,500
[ex JER/681]

Covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/97/6  1874 October 10

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/97/1
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Chale, I.W., yeoman
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Schedule of deeds 1815 - 1874

Conveyance  JER/SEL/97/7  1873 November 1

Contents:
Cottage, small meadow and close of land, ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W., 5a. 1r. 33p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Elizabeth Bloxam of Spring Grove, Middx., widow Richard Bloxam of Eltham Court, Kent, esq. Edward Bloxam of Wimbledon, Surrey, esq. [Mortgagees]
(2) Henry Stark Morris of Stroud Green, p. Chale, I.W., gent. [Vendor]
(3) Charles Seely of Brook, I.W., esq., M.P. [Purchaser]
(4) Charles Seely of 7 Queens Gate Gardens, Middx., esq., M.P.
Consid: (3) pays (1) £300
(3) pays (2) £200

Conveyance  JER/SEL/97/8  1893 April 15

Contents:
Manor or lordship of Chillerton, I.W.
Three cottages and a blacksmiths shop in ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W. Total 6a. Or. 23p.
Map and schedules attached
(1) Harriett Morris of Stroud Green, p. Chale, I.W., widow
Henry Morgan Morris of Kingston Farm, I.W., yeoman
William Henry Groves of the Manse, Blairgowrie, Scotland, Wesleyan Minister
Miccah Morris of Newbarn Farm, Calbourne, I.W., farmer
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £750

RAMSDOWN FARM, COTTAGE PROPERTY AT CHILLERTON AND LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Henry Stark Morris to freehold lands [RAMSDOWN FARM and other smaller tenements nearby] situated at Chillerton, [ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton], I.W.  JER/SEL/97A/1  1873

Abstract of title of Henry Stark Morris to a farm and lands called RAMSDEAN FARM and other lands and hereditaments in ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W., and to tithe rent-charge of lands in p. Carisbrooke only  JER/SEL/97A/2  1874

Contents:
Covers years 1783 - 1874

Bundle of correspondence, drafts, rough workings etc  JER/SEL/97A/3  1873 - 1874

Contents:
Re conveyance of RAMSDOWN FARM, ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W., from Henry Stark Morris to Sir Charles Seely

Abstract of title of trustees under the will of Henry Stark Morris to freehold property at Chillerton, [p's. Carisbrooke and Wootton], I.W.  JER/SEL/97A/4  1893

Contents:
Covers years 1872 - 1881

RAMSDOWN FARM, COTTAGE PROPERTY AT CHILLERTON AND LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON - COURT ROLLS AND LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 99 years on a life, in reversion David Cooper, aged 18, son of (2) below  JER/SEL/98/1  1755 June 2

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called LISLES in Chillerton, ps. Carisbrook and Wootton, I.W., 29a
(1) John Burton of Winchester College, Hants., D.D.
Josephe Smyth of Warwick, esq.
[Trustees of will of late Simon Burton of p. St. George, Hanover Square, Middx., doctor in physick]
(2) George Cooper of Chillerton, p. Carisbrook, yeoman
To come into effect immediately at end of lease granted to Mary Cooper, determinable on deaths of Jane Cooper and (2) above
Consid: £54 10s. Od.
£1. 6s. 8d. p.a.

Counterpart Lease for 99 years on 2 lives  JER/SEL/98/2  1802 June 22

Contents:
George Cooper, aged 25, son of (2) below
Micah Morris, aged 14, son of Moses Morris of Rill, p. Carisbrooke, husbandman
Property as in JER/SEL/98/1
(1) Sir John Carter of Portsmouth, Hants.
Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq.
(2) David Cooper of Chilerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W.
Consid: £440
£1 6s. 8d. p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/98/3  1833 June 15

Contents:
James Long of p. Chale, I.W., labourer, aged 48
Mary, his wife, aged 51
James, their son, aged 6
Cottage, orchard, garden and withybed, part of the manor of Chillerton, I.W., 1a. Late occ. Joan Ruffin, widow, then Mary Guy, late William Taylor
(1) Edward Carter of Portsmouth, Hants., esq.
John Bonham Carter of Petersfield, Hants., esq.
George Atherley of Southampton, esq.
[Devisees in trust under will of late Arthur Atherley, esq., himself surviving devisee in trust under will of late Sir John Carter of Portsmouth]
Arthur Atherley of Arundel, Sussex, esq.
John Bonham Carter
Charles Hilgrove Hammond of Southampton, esq.
[Devisees in trust under will of late Arthur Atherley in so far as it relates to premises described above]
(2) William Long of Sandford, p. Godshill, I.W., labourer
Consid: £60
1s. p.a.

Lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/98/4  1816 April 6

Contents:
George Hallett, aged 46
Ann Hayles, d. of John Hayles of Nodehill, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., carpenter, aged 8
Thomas Barnes, son of Edward Barnes of Chillerton, labourer, aged 6
Cottage called WARDS lying on n. side of road through Chillerton village, I.W.
Piece of land on e. of the cottage, partly belonging to a tenement called DAVID COOPERS
Both p. Carisbrooke. Total 1a. Or. 15p.
(1) Arthur Atherley of Southampton, esq.
Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq.
(2) George Hallett of p. Whippingham, I.W., labourer
Consid: £100
2s. 6d. p.a.
With paper copy

Assignment of lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/98/5  1851 March 14

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/98/4
(1) James Jolliffe Spickernell of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., builder
John Gould the younger of Billingham, p. Shorwell, I.W., yeoman
Executors of will of late George Hallett
(2) William Spickernell of p. Carisbrooke, timber merchant
Consid: £72
Endorsed:
1873 November 3
Surrender of lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Property as above
(1) William Spickernell
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £60

Memorandum of manorial transaction out of court  JER/SEL/98/6  1852 November 25

Contents:
Records delivery to the steward by James Jolliffe Spickernell of a surrender, subsequently enrolled, made by James Peach and Jane his wife nee Morgan of piece of land, 25p., to n. of Newport-Chillerton road. Further records a new grant of same premises which was late part of a tenement and 6a. formerly occ. Ann Wetherick, to James Jolliffe Spickernell
Map in margin

Memorandum of manorial transaction out of court  JER/SEL/98/7  1898 November 15

Contents:
Records surrender made by James Jolliffe Spickernell of property as in JER/SEL/98/6

Lease and counterpart for 16 years  JER/SEL/98/8  1874 May 16

Contents:
Cottage and lands ps. Carisbrooke and Wootton, I.W., 38a. 2r. 19p. Schedule attached
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Chale, I.W., yeoman
(2) Richard Young Morgan of Chillerton, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £50 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on 3 lives  JER/SEL/98/9  1818 April 29

Contents:
Mark Morgan, aged 25
Richard Alford, aged 13
Micah Morgan, aged 10
Piece of land called Woodhaves, 2r. 32p., part of a tenement called Stocks at Chillerton, I.W.
(1) Arthur Atherley of Southampton Town, esq. Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq.
(2) Mark Morgan of Chillerton, carpenter
Consid: £1 p.a.
(2) to erect a cottage within two years

Bundle of court books for MANOR OF CHILLERTON, I.W.  JER/SEL/98/10  1744 - 1799

39 items

Paper

Bundle of court books for MANOR OF CHILLERTON, I.W.  JER/SEL/98/11  1800 - 1862

29 items

Paper

Survey of the MANOR OF CHILLERTON, I.W.  JER/SEL/98/12  nd [c 1805]

Appointment  JER/SEL/98/13  1801 December 10

Contents:
Of Richard Clarke and James Clarke of Newport, I.W., gents., as stewards of the manors of Appleford, Roud and Chillerton by Sir John Carter of Portsmouth, Thomas Bonham of Petersfield, Hants., esq., and Arthur Atherley of Southampton, esq.

Calculations of fines of renewals of estates in the manors of Chillerton and Appleford, I.W.  JER/SEL/98/14  1802 March 26

RAMSDOWN FARM, COTTAGE PROPERTY AT CHILLERTON AND LORDSHIP OF CHILLERTON - MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS RE LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Certificate for redemption of Land Tax on property as in JER/SEL/98/4  JER/SEL/98A/1  1852 November 6

Copy of will with probate. Testator: Jeremiah Morgan of Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., blacksmith  JER/SEL/98A/2  nd [c 1871]

Contents:
Devised all freehold property and land to trustees for sale except blacksmith's shop at Chillerton, occ. Eli Morgan one of testator's sons

Draft for endorsement on JER/SEL/98/5  JER/SEL/98A/3  1873

Letter from James Jolliffe Spickernell to Charles Willstead re rent of cottage at Chillerton. See JER/SEL/98/7  JER/SEL/98A/4  1898 November 14

BANK COTTAGE, CHILLERTON - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  JER/SEL/99/1  1872 October 11

Contents:
Two pieces of land, further described, and a double cottage, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., part of a farm called RAMSDOWN Total 3a. 2r. 20p. Map in margin
(1) Henry Stark Morris of Kingston, I.W., yeoman
(2) William Niblet of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., retired butler
Consid: £400

Mortgage  JER/SEL/99/2  1872 December 31

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/99/1
(1) William Niblett of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., retired butler
(2) Alfred Upward of Newport, I.W., provision merchant
Consid: £250 at interest

Memorandum of agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/99/3  1873 Sept 16

Contents:
BANK COTTAGE, Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., 4a.
(1) William Niblett of Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., dairyman
(2) Charles Seely, esq., M.P.
Consid: £400

BANK COTTAGE, CHILLERTON - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Henry Stark Morris to a freehold cottage and land situated at Chillerton, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., with the tithe rentcharge of it  JER/SEL/99A/1  1872

Draft documents re BANK COTTAGE, Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/99A/2  1872 - 1873

GREAT WHITCOMBE FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Copy of decree in Chancery  JER/SEL/100/1  nd [c 1879]

Contents:
Elanor Hughes
Mary Hughes
George Kirkpatrick
Edward Godman Kirkpatrick
Sarah Sweet Kirkpatrick
Henry Dermot Daly
Susan Elizabeth Ellen Daly
John McArthur Hughes
Martha Ann, his wife
William Edward Silverlock Hughes
William Oberteuffer
Katharine Anne Silverlock Oberteuffer
Edward Dermot Daly
Henry Lawrence Daly
George Kirkpatrick Daly
Henry Silverlock Daly
v.
William Hughes
Richard Godman Kirkpatrick
Thomas Cooke
Hugh Daly
Mentions YOUNGWOODS and PORCHFIELD FARMS, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.] by name.
Marked on outside "WHITCOMBE HOUSE and Land"
Original hearing 1861 March 9

GREAT WHITCOMBE FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum re sale and purchase of Whitcombe estate, [ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, I.W.]  JER/SEL/100A/1  1879 January 7

Contents:
Purchase price to be £18,000
Mr. Hughes to have lease in his life at £480 p.a.

Draft agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/100A/2  1879

Contents:
Widcombe and Valleys estate, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, I.W.
(1) William Hughes of Widcombe, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W.
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.

Draft reconveyance from mortgage  JER/SEL/100A/3  1879 October 10

Contents:
Capital messuage or dwellinghouse, farm and lands called GREAT WIDCOMBE alias WHITCOMBE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., and tenement, farm and lands called LITTLE WIDCOMBE alias WHITCOMBE, p. Carisbrooke for some time thrown together and occupied as one farm, 99a. Schedule
Tithes of above
Piece of land, 3a. 2r. 15p., part of a close called GREAT
A sometimes wrongly described as p. Carisbrooke, actually in p. Gatcombe, I.W.
Piece of land called SMALL GAINS, 1a. 0r. 24p., and THE HALF ACRE, 2r. 4p., both p Gatcombe
Messuage or dwellinghouse and lands etc., called VALLEYS, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, I.W., 31a. 3r. 0p. Schedule
(1) Charles Stewart Hardy of Chilham Castle, Kent, esq. [Mortgagee]
(2) Eleanor Hughes late of Ryde, I.W., now of Widcombe Mary Hughes [Other mortgagees]
(3) Frederick Blake of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(4) William Hughes of Widcombe, esq. [Mortgagor]
Consid: (4) pays (1) £7,500
(4) pays (2) £1,300
Total £8,800

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/100A/4  1879 October 11

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/100A/3
(1) William Hughes of Whitcombe, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., esq.
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £17,600

Draft schedule of documents relating to Whitcombe and Valleys estate, [ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/100A/5  1879

Contents:
Covers years 1793 - 1879

Correspondence, rough workings, etc.  JER/SEL/100A/6  1879

1 small bundle

Contents:
Re sale of GREAT WHITCOMBE and VALLEYS, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke, I.W. to Charles Seely

GREAT CRIDMORE FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/101/1  1673 March 27

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and lands called CRUDMORE, p. Caresbrook, I.W., 50a.
(1) Sir William Meux of Kingston, I.W.
(2) John Worseley of p. St. Margarets, Westminster, esq.
Consid: £300

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/2  1709 March 28 & 29

Contents:
Messuage and tenement called CRUDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 50a. Lately purchased of Sir Robert Worsley, [i.e. GREAT CRIDMORE]
(1) John Grimes of Wolverton, p. Shorwell, I.W., gent.
William Jolliff of Atherfield, p. Brixton, I.W., gent.
William Cook of Carisbrooke, gent.
(2) Abraham Woodford, of p. Chale, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £330

Share of Ann Smith (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Will with probate. Testator: Ann Smith, widow, of Winson, p. Newchurch, I.W.  JER/SEL/101/3  1798 March 22

Contents:
Devised 1/6 share of CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., to sons, Nicholas and John
Original dated 1796 March 24

Share of the children of Elizabeth White (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/4  1838 October 5 & 6

Contents:
1/18; share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) James Wheeler of Wolverton, I.W., yeoman Pricilla, his wife
(2) James Wheeler junior of p. Brixton, gent.
Consid: £80
Recites: Descent of 1/3 of 1/6 share in Cridmore to Priscilla Wheeler (nee Hardley), daughter of Frances Hardley (nee White), daughter of Elizabeth White (nee Phillips)

Share of Frances Cheverton (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Will. Testator: Frances Cheverton of Apse Farm, p. Newchurch, I.W., widow)  JER/SEL/101/5  1814 June 6

Contents:
Devised all property to son, James Cheverton, subject to various small legacies

Arbitrator's award  JER/SEL/101/6  1815 October 28

Contents:
£770 settled as William Brown's purchase price for 1/6 share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., the property of Jane Cheverton of Apse, I.W.

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/7  1815 December 22 & 23

Contents:
1/6 share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) James Cheverton of Apse, p. Newchurch, gent.
Jane, his wife
(2) William Brown of Cridmore, p Carisbrooke, gent.
(3) Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent.
Consid: £620
Recites: Descent of 1/6 share to (1)

Share of the children of Jane Cooper (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/8  1801 May 6 & 7

Contents:
1/6 share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Henry Roach of Redway, I.W., yeoman
Ann, his wife, [nee Cooper]
Barnabas Cooper of Luccombe, I.W., yeoman
William Cooper of Lake, yeoman
Sophia, his wife
James Cooper of Wellow, I.W.
Jane, his wife
James Harley of Newport, I.W., mercer
Jane, his wife [nee Cooper]
(2) William Brown of Cridmore, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £460
Recites: Will of David Phillips, devising 1/6 share in CRIDMORE to children of his late sister Jane Cooper

Final Concord  JER/SEL/101/9  1801 Trinity Term

Contents:
1/6 share in 2 messuages, 100a. land etc., in p. Carisbrooke I.W.
(1) William Brown (Plaintiff)
(2) Henry Roach
Anne his wife
Barnabas Cooper
John Cooper
William Cooper
Sophia his wife
James Cooper
Jane Cooper his wife
James Hadley
Jane his wife (Defendants)

Share of the children of Mary Brown (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/10  1816 November 26 & 27

Contents:
1/9 of 1/6 share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) David Brown of Borthwood, p. Brading, I.W., yeoman
(2) William Brown of Cridmore, gent.
Consid: £80
Recites: Descent of 1/9 of 1/6 share in Cridmore to (1)

Share of Sarah Commer (nee Phillips)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/101/11  1775 June 25

2 copies

Contents:
2 messuages in Butcher Street, p. Portsea, Hants.
1 messuage and a kitchen in College Street, p. Portsea, Hants.
(All more fully described)
(1) Joseph Commer of p. Portsea, Hants., butcher
(2) Sarah Phillips of Crudmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., spinster
(3) David Phillips of Span, p Godshill, I.W., yeoman
Richard Smith of Languard, p. Brading, I.W., yeoman
(4) John King of Gosport, gent.
Marriage to take place between (1) & (2)
Recites: Lease to (1) for 12 years 10 months, with covenant for renewal

Assignment [by way of marriage settlement, post facto]  JER/SEL/101/12  1776 May 28

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/101/11
(1) Joseph Commer of Portsea, Hants., butcher Sarah, his wife, nee Phillips
(2) David Phillips of Span, p. Godshill, I.W., yeoman
Provision made for payment of annuity to Ann, d. of (1) in event of her father's death

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  JER/SEL/101/13  1784 May 21

Contents:
LITTLE (sic) CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Joseph Commer of Portsmouth Common, p. Portsea, Hants.
(2) Timothy Raggett of Portsmouth Common, p. Portsea, silversmith
(2) to become trustee

Will with probate. Testator: Sarah Commer, wife of Joseph Commer of Brading, I.W., yeoman  JER/SEL/101/14  1806 February 11

Contents:
Devised 1/6 share in CRUDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, to sister Frances Cheverton

Attested copy of Final Concord  JER/SEL/101/15  1815 December 13

Contents:
1/6 share of one messuage, 160a. land etc., in p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Timothy Raggett (plaintiff)
(2) Joseph Commer
Sarah, his wife (Defendants)
Original dated 1784 Trinity Term

Documents dealing with more than one share  [no ref. or date]

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  JER/SEL/101/16  1785 April 5

Contents:
1/6 share in CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.] (share of Frances Cheverton)
1/6 share in CRIDMORE (share of Ann Smith)
1/3 of 1/6 share in CRIDMORE (share of Emanuel White, son of Elizabeth White)
(1) Richard Smith of Brading, I.W., yeoman Ann, his wife
William Cheverton of Newchurch, I.W., yeoman Frances, his wife
Emanuel White of Godshill, I.W., yeoman Anna, his wife
(2) Benjamin Jolliffe of Newport, I.W., surgeon apothecary
For conveyance to a trustee only

Final Concord  JER/SEL/101/17  1785 Easter Term

Contents:
2/6 parts and 1/3 of 1/6 part of two messuages, 50a. land etc. in Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Benjamin Jolliffe (Plaintiff)
(2) Richard Smith
Anne, his wife
William Cheverton
Frances, his wife
Emanuel White
Anna, his wife (Defendants)

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/101/18  1800 June 14

Contents:
1/6 share in CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.] (share of Frances Cheverton)
1/6 share in CRIDMORE (share of Ann Smith)
(1) Frances Cheverton of Apse, I.W., widow
Nicholas Smith of Knighton, I.W., yeoman
John Smith of Languard, I.W., yeoman
(2) William Brown of Cridmore, yeoman
(1) to sell to (2) for £880

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/101/19  1800 October 9 & 10

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/101/18
(1) Frances Cheverton of Apse, I.W., widow
(2) Nicholas Smith of Knighton, I.W., yeoman
John Smith of Languard, I.W., yeoman
(3) John Roach of Arreton, I.W., gent. Ann his wife (nee Smith)
Robert Gibbs of Thorley, I.W., gent Françes his wife (nee Smith)
Browne Hearn of Hazely, I.W., gent. Mary his wife (nee Smith)
(4) William Browne of Cridmore, I.W., gent. [Purchaser]
(5) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
Consid: £440 for each share
Recites: Descent of the two 1/6 shares from David Phillips

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: Abraham Woodford of Chale, I.W.  JER/SEL/101/20  1800 October 10

Contents:
Devised land in Crudemore, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.] to my cousin John Philips of Span, [p. Godshill, I.W.]
Numerous small bequests to family, servants and the poor
Original proved 1728 September 9

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: John Phillips of CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/101/21  1800 October 10

Contents:
CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, charged with legacies for daughters Frances, Ann, Jane and Mary and grandchildren John, Emanuel, Sarah, Thomas, James and Frances White Devised CRIDMORE itself to son David
Original proved 1768 October 3

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: David Phillips of Cridmore, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.], gent.  JER/SEL/101/22  1800 October 10

Contents:
Devised 1/6 shares in LITTLE CRIDMORE (freehold) and GREAT CRIDMORE (leasehold) as follows:
(a) Emanuel White, James White and Frances White, children of late sister Elizabeth White
(b) sister Ann, wife of Richard Smith
(c) all the children of late sister Mary Brown
(d) sister Sarah, wife of Joseph Commer
(e) all the children of late sister, Jane Cooper
(f) sister Frances Cheverton
Original proved 1782 September 24

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/101/23  1836 November 25 & 26

Contents:
4 1/6 shares in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 97a
(1) William Brown of Cridmore, yeoman
(2) Richard Alabone of p. St. Nicholas, I.W., lace manufacturer
Consid: £400 at interest

Attested copy of will of John Phillips  JER/SEL/101/24  1839 Sept 19


Related information: See JER/SEL/101/21

Mortgage  JER/SEL/101/25  1843 April 25

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/101/23
(1) William Brown of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W. [Mortgagor]
(2) John Denham of p. Whippingham, I.W., lacemaker Ann his wife, late Ann Alabone, widow
George Mowbray of Newport, I.W., lace manufacturer [Executors of will of late Richard Alabone, old mortgagee]
(3) Richard Pittis the elder of Newport, grocer Mary his wife (nee Seymour) [New mortgagee]
(4) Alfred Mew of Newport, wine merchant [Trustee]
Consid: £700 at interest. £400 used to pay off old mortgage

Mortgage  JER/SEL/101/26  1845 June 16

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/101/23
Map attached
(1) William Brown of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman [Mortgager]
(2) Richard Pittis the elder of Newport, I.W., gent. Mary, his wife [Old mortgagee]
(3) Alfred Mew of Newport, I.W., wine merchant
(4) Henry William Nunn of Broadlands, p. Whippingham, esq. [New mortgagee]
Consid: £1,000 at interest. £700 used to pay off old mortgage

Mortgage  JER/SEL/101/27  1849 February 24

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/101/23
(1) William Brown of Cridmore, p Carisbrooke, I.W., gent.
(2) William Baker of Churchill, p. Shalfleet, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £200 at interest

Conveyance  JER/SEL/101/28  1851 December 21

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/101/23
(1) Henry William Nunn of Broadlands, p. Whippingham, I.W., esq. [Mortgagee]
(2) William Baker of Churchills, p. Shalfleet, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagee]
(3) Henry Brown of New Farm, p. Brading, I.W., yeoman
James Brown of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman [Vendors]
(4) William Way of Dodpitts, p. Shalfleet, gent. [Purchaser]
Consid: £2,000 £800 used to pay off (1)
£200 used to pay off (2)

Conveyance  JER/SEL/101/29  1852 October 16

Contents:
1/6 share in CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 97a.
2/3 of 1/6 share in same
(1) Henry Brown of New Farm, p. Brading, I.W., yeoman
James Brown of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, yeoman
(2) William Horlock of Sandown, I.W., butcher
(3) Hannah Horlock of Ventnor, I.W., widow
(4) William Henry Meager of Newport, I.W., tailor
Francis Alabone of Newport, merchant's clerk
(5) Elizabeth Perkins of Newport, widow
(6) William White of Atherfield, I.W., yeoman Frances, his wife
(7) David Rogers of Southsea, Hants., baker, widower
(8) Rebecca Rogers of Landport, Southsea, widow
(9) Richard Urry of Chichester, Sussex, millwright
(10) Rebecca Urry of Chichester, widow)
(11) David Brown of Sandown, labourer
(12) James Wheeler of Brixton, I.W., gent
(13) John White of Niton, I.W., labourer
(14) William Way of Dodpitts, p. Shalfleet, I.W., gent. [Purchaser]
(1) to (11) children and heirs to children of Mary Brown nee Phillips
(12) and (13) heirs to children of Elizabeth White, nee Phillips
Consid: £833 6s. 6d., variously dispersed amongst the vendors

Conveyance  JER/SEL/101/30  1873 February 3

Contents:
GREAT CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 97a.
Map and schedule in margin
(1) James Eldrige of Newport, I.W., gent.
Henry Way of Shalcombe, I.W., yeoman [Trustees under will of late William Way of Dodpits, esq. Vendors]
(2) Charles Seely, of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P. [Purchaser]
Consid: £3,793
[ex JER/666]

GREAT CRIDMORE FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Envelope of copies of parish register entries relating to persons interested in GREAT CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.].  JER/SEL/101A/1  1851-1852


Related information: For full list see original Schedule of Deeds and Writings (JER/SEL/101A/9)

Office copy will of Richard Alabone of Field Cottage, Carisbrooke, I.W., lace maker [A mortgagee]  JER/SEL/101A/2  1877

Contents:
Marked No. 4

Articles of agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/101A/3  1872 October 16

Contents:
GREAT CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) James Eldridge of Newport, I.W., gent.
Henry Way of Shalcombe, I.W. [Trustees under will of late William Way]
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
Marked No. 1

Abstract of title of trustees of will of late William Way to GREAT CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/101A/4  1872

Contents:
Relates to mortgages only
Marked No. 2

Requisitions on title to GREAT CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/101A/5  1873

Contents:
Marked No. 3

Copy of will of William Brown of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/101A/6  1873 January 6

Contents:
Marked No. 5

Declaration of Mrs. Fanny Way re GREAT CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/101A/7  1873 February 3

Schedule of deeds and writings to be handed to the purchaser on completion re GREAT CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/101A/8  1873

Schedule of deeds and writings to GREAT CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., delivered by trustees of will of William Way, esq., to Charles Seely, esq., M.P.  JER/SEL/101A/9  1873

LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum of agreement  JER/SEL/102/1  1779 August 30

Contents:
CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) James Mallett of Newport, I.W., scrivener, agent for Mr. Thomas Moberly
(2) David Phillips of p. Carisbrooke, yeoman
(1) agrees to surrender his lease on the property to Winchester College. New lease to be granted to (2)
Consid: (2) pays (1) £600

Conveyance  JER/SEL/102/2  1864 July 25

Contents:
LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 129a.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Warden and Scholars Clerks of Winchester College, Hants.
(2) Fanny Way of Dodpitts, p. Shalfleet, I.W., widow
Consid: £3,118 7s. 6d.
Attached to first membrane. Certificate of Approval issued by Copyhold Commissioners

Mortgage  JER/SEL/102/3  1864 July 26

Contents:
LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 129a.
Schedule attached
(1) Fanny Way of Dodpits, p. Shalfleet, I.W., widow [Mortgagor]
(2) Henry Way of Westcourt, I.W., yeoman
William Way of Newport, I.W., gent. [Mortgagees]
Consid: £3,500 at interest

Declaration  JER/SEL/102/4  1864 July 27

Contents:
Of William Best of City of Winchester, Steward to Warden and Scholars of Winchester College re tenurial status of LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W. Schedule attached

Conveyance  JER/SEL/102/5  1873 February 3

Contents:
LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W. 129a. Map and schedule attached
(1) Fanny Way of Dodpits, I.W., widow
(2) James Eldridge of Newport, I.W., gent.
Henry Way of Shalcombe, I.W., yeoman [Mortgagees]
(3) Charles Seely, of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
(4) Charles Seely, esq., the younger, M.P.
Consid: £1,207, includes £2,847 9s. 8d. paid to mortgagees
[ex JER/667]

Covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/102/6  1873 February 3

Contents:
Relate to LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]
Schedule attached
(1) James Eldridge of Newport, I.W., gent.
Henry Way of Shalcombe, I.W., yeoman
(2) Fanny Way of Dodpits, I.W., widow
(3) Charles Seely, of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
[ex JER/648]

Instructions re mortgagees share of purchase money for LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/102/7  1873 February 3

LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Contract for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/102A/1  1872 October 16

Contents:
LITTLE CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Mrs. Fanny Way
(2) Charles Seely, esq., M.P.
Marked No. 1

Abstract of the title of Mrs. Fanny Way to CRIDMORE alias LITTLE CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/102A/2  1872

Contents:
Marked No. 2

Abstract to a surrendered leasehold interest in LITTLE CRIDMORE, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/102A/3  1872

Contents:
Marked No. 3

Copy of will and codicil of William Way, esq., late of Dodpitts, p Shalfleet, I.W.  JER/SEL/102A/4  1872

Contents:
Devised all real estate to Henry Way, William Way, Thomas Way and James Eldridge, to pay all rent, etc., to wife Fanny Way, for life
Marked No. 4

Requisitions and Observations on Title to LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/102A/5  1872

Contents:
Marked No. 5

Additional Requisitions on Title to LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/102A/6  1872

Contents:
Marked No. 7

Declaration of Mrs. Fanny Way re LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/102A/7  1873 February 3

Schedule of deeds and writings re LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.] to be handed to the purchaser on completion  JER/SEL/102A/8  1873

Schedule of deeds and writings to LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., delivered by Mrs. Fanny Way to Charles Seely, esq., M.P.  JER/SEL/102A/9  1873

GREAT AND LITTLE CRIDMORE FARMS - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

not used  JER/SEL/103/1  [n.d.]

GREAT AND LITTLE CRIDMORE FARMS - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Map of GREAT and LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.], estates of David Phillips, gent.  JER/SEL/103A/1  1780 July 11

Contents:
Scale: 5 chains to 1 inch

Draft list of deeds to GREAT AND LITTLE CRIDMORES, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.], to be retained by vendor  JER/SEL/103A/2  nd [c 1873]

Copy of map and schedule to GREAT CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke I.W.], as on deed dated 1852 October 16  JER/SEL/103A/3  nd [c 1873]

Copy of map of GREAT CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.], as attached to contract, Way's trustees to Charles Seely, esq.  JER/SEL/103A/4  nd [c 1873]

Map of LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]  JER/SEL/103A/5  nd [c 1873]

Copy of Carisbrooke Parish Tithe Map.  JER/SEL/103A/6  nd [c 1873]

Contents:
Covers both CRIDMORES and LOWER RILL

Copy of Carisbrooke Parish Tithe Schedule  JER/SEL/103A/7  nd [c 1873]

Contents:
Covers GREAT and LITTLE CRIDMORE only

Schedule of deeds to GREAT and LITTLE CRIDMORE, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.], Way to Seely  JER/SEL/103A/8  nd [c 1874]

Contents:
And to various small properties in Chillerton, Niblett, Spickernell and Morgan to Seely

Draft deeds to GREAT and LITTLE CRIDMORE FARMS, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/103A/9  1874

1 bundle

LITTLE CRIDMORE FARM - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of lease  JER/SEL/104/1  1644/5 February 15

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and 30a. land at Crudmore, [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]
(1) Thomas Newland of Shorwell, I.W., yeoman
(2) Thomas Warder of Carisbrooke, I.W.
Consid: Not stated
Recites: 1638 September 29
Lease for 99 years on 3 lives
Thomas Newland
Elizabeth, his daughter
Robert Temple, son of John Temple of Freshwater, I.W.
Property as above
(1) Sir Henrie Worseley
(2) Thomas Newland

SHEWDOWN, CHILLERTON - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/105/1  1768 August 5 & 6

Contents:
Moiety of messuage and tenement with 1a. land called SHEWDOWN at Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
(1) Ann Cooke of West Cowes, I.W., widow, devisee named in will of late William Cooke of West Cowes, surgeon
(2) Thomas Cooke of Newport, I.W., distiller
Consid: £30

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/105/2  1791 April 21 & 22

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/105/1
(1) Thomas Cooke of Newport, I.W., currier
(2) Jane Morgan of Rosland, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., widow
Consid: £60

Lease for 1,000 years  JER/SEL/105/3  1805 January 26

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/105/1
(1) Morris Morgan of Chillerton, I.W., yeoman, devisee named in will of his mother, Jane Morgan Jane, his wife
(2) John Morgan of Roseland, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., yeoman, another devisee named in will of Jane Morgan
Consid: £15

SHEWDOWN, CHILLERTON - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/105A/1  1874

Contents:
Cottage or tenement and garden etc., called SHEW DOWN alias SHEAT DOWN, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Plan attached
(1) Andrew Morgan of Haylands, Ryde, I.W., whitesmith
Charles Midlane of Trafalgar Road, Carisbrooke, I.W., coachbuilder
(2) Charles Seely the elder of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £100

OTHER PROPERTIES  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The final group of title deeds, sections 106-121A, relates chiefly to property in the far west of the Isle of Wight. The deeds to Afton Farm, section 106, make a very short series and the earlier title to this property is to be sought in section 108, the deeds to East Afton Farm, from which Afton Farm was separated in 1814, JER/SEL/108/26 Sections 112-114A, deeds to a brewery and some houses in Yarmouth, are the only items amongst the Seely papers dealing with urban property. Of all the properties in this final group only Compton Farm has a significant series of leases, section 116. There is a short series of deeds to Chessell Farm, Shalfleet, section 117, and a very short series of deeds to Gottonlees Farm, Calbourne, section 116. Neither West Standen nor Standen Elms appears in the sale catalogues of 1925-1926. The documents relating to the two properties that have survived to be listed here as sections 120A and 121A, however, are not true title deeds but miscellaneous items only, evidently left behind on some other occassion when the properties were sold. The documents listed as sections 107 and 107A arose from an attempted piece of development at Freshwater Gate in the 1890's.

AFTON FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/106/1  1905 May 17

Contents:
AFTON FARM, farmstead, cottages, buildings, lands, etc., p. Freshwater, I.W., 200a. 3r. 10p.
Map attached
Piece of land in p. Freshwater, 4a. 0r. 33p.
Map attached
(1) Frederick Tankard of Afton Manor, Freshwater, esq.
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
Consid: £9,000
[ex JER/695]

Undertaking for safe custody of documents  JER/SEL/106/2  1921 October 8

Contents:
Relates to AFTON FARM, p Freshwater, I.W.
(1) James Marsland Tankard of Roundwood Baildon, Yorks., worsted spinner
Colonel Mordaunt Abingdon Carlisle-Crowe of 21 Liskcard Gardens, Blackheath, Kent., Colonel R.A.
[Executors of will of late Frederick Tankard of Afton Manor, Freshwater]
(2) Sir Charles Hilton Seely of Gatcombe House, I.W.
Schedule of deeds 1892 - 1897 attached

Conveyance  JER/SEL/106/3  1889 November 15

Contents:
Messuage or tenement known as OLD TOLL HOUSE, p. Freshwater I.W.
Map endorsed
(1) Isle of Wight Highway Commissioners
(2) George Fletcher Jones of 12 Old Jewry Chambers, London gent.
[ex JER/693]

AFTON FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Copy of covenants and powers of distress and entry contained in Conveyance of 1897 June 19  JER/SEL/106A/1  1897

Contents:
[Ex JER/694]

Abstracts of title of Frederick Tankard, esq., and his mortgagees to AFTON FARM and lands at Freshwater, I.W., [200a. 3r. 10p.].  JER/SEL/106A/2  1905

3 copies

Contents:
Covers years 1876 - 1905. One includes maps showing variations in boundaries of the property in successive conveyances

Abstract of JER/SEL/106/3  JER/SEL/106A/3  1905

Contents:
[Ex JER/693]

AFTON DOWN - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of deeds to plots of building land on Afton Down, near Freshwater Gate, I.W.  JER/SEL/107/1  1891 - 1907

1 bundle

AFTON DOWN - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Drafts, copies, sale catalogues etc, re plots of building land on Afton Down and elsewhere, near Freshwater Gate, I.W.  JER/SEL/107A/1  1891 - 1905

1 bundle

Abstracts of title of Mr. G. Fletcher Jones and his mortgagees to plots of building land on Afton Down and elsewhere near Freshwater Gate, I.W.  JER/SEL/107A/2  1905

4 items

Contents:
Covers years 1876 - 1899

EAST AFTON FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release [by way of marriage settlement]  JER/SEL/108/1  1691 May 21 & 22

Contents:
Manor, capital messuage, farm, lands, tenements, etc., called AFTON alias GREAT AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W., except ground and lands called COOKS, [p. Shalfleet, I.W.], sometime the inheritance of Henry Bremen, deceased
(1) David Urry the younger of Freshwater, I.W., gent.
(2) David Urry the elder, of Freshwater, gent., grandfather of (1)
Thomas Urry the elder of Freshwater, gent.
Thomas Urry the younger of Gatcombe, I.W., gent.
(3) Ursula Cheeke of Freshwater, spinster
Property conveyed to (2) as trustees, to uses of (1) and (3) for life, then in tail male, etc.
[ex HBY/494]

Lease and release prior to common recovery  JER/SEL/108/2  1717 October 1 & 2

Contents:
Manor, capital messuage and lands of AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Grounds and lands called COOKES, p. Shalfleet, I.W., sometime the inheritance of Henry Brewen
Lands, tenements, etc., on which a dwelling house lately stood called MARSH HOUSE or THE HOUSE OF MARSH with meadow called Marsh Greene, closes called North Hill, New Mead, Scuth Parke and North Parke
Manor of WEST BRABRIEFE, [p. Freshwater], I.W., with all lands, tenements etc., free warren, in a ground called Hedden, the demesne adjoining Hedden Feild, a common called Furzefeild, 20a., in the tithing of Weston, p. Freshwater, all hawks and other birds breeding in the cliffe between New Ditch and the Needles
Messuage or tenement called KENNERLY alias UPPER KENNERLY alias KENDOWNE, p. Godshill, I.W.
(1) David Urry of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., gent., great grandson and heir of David Urry late of Easton, [p. Freshwater], gent., deceased, and eldest s. and heir of David Urry the elder of Freshwater, gent., deceased and Ursula his wife, also deceased, nee Cheeke Mary his wife
(2) Thomas Norton of the Six Clerks Office, Middx., gent.
(3) George Wheeler of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
[ex HBY/1]

Final Concord  JER/SEL/108/3  1717 Michaelmas Term

Contents:
Manor of West Brabeife, 2 messuages, etc., 67a. land etc., p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Thomas Norton, gent. (Defendant)
(2) David Urry, gent.
Mary his wife (Plaintiffs)
To create tenant to precipe prior to common recovery

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/108/4  1791 September 7

Contents:
Reversionary interest in 1/3 of capital messuage or tenement farm, lands, etc., called LITTLE AFTON, p. Freshwater, now in possession of Jane Hicks - life interest of John Urry of Yarmouth, I.W., and expectancy of his heirs male excepted.
(1) James Wight of Niton, I.W., tailor
(2) James Serle of Winchester, Hants., esq.
(1) to sell to (2) for £1,200
[ex HBY/13]

Deed Poll [by way of agreement to a mortgage]  JER/SEL/108/5  1791 June 11

Contents:
Reversionary interest of (i), expectant on death without male issue of John Urry of Yarmouth, I.W., in 1/6 of capital messuage or manor house of AFTON, [p. Freshwater, I.W.], and all other estates devised under will of David Urry, deceased, except part already sold by (1) to Edward Rushworth, esq.
(1) James Latham, late of p. St. Giles in the Fields, Middx., but now of p. St. Mary, Newington, Surry, whitesmith, son and heir at lau of Jane Latham, late of Lymington, Hants., widow, deceased, who was one of the two daughters and co-heirs of Plary Bloom, nee Urry, one of the three sisters and co-heirs of David Urry late of Afton, esq., deceased.
(2) John Meakings of Arundel Street, Strand, Middx., gent.
[ex HBY/14]

Deed poll [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/108/6  1791 November 5

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/108/5
(1) James Latham of p. St. Mary, Newington, Surry, whitesmith - further described
(2) John Meakings of Arundel Street, Strand, Middx., gent.
Consid: £100 already lent by (1) to (2)
Endorsed: Memoranda of further loans of £100
[ex HBY/15]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/7  1792 January 4 & 5

Contents:
Undivided 1/3 of capital messuage or tenement, farm and lands etc., called LITTLE AFTON, alias AFTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 550a. Occ. Jane Hicks
(1) James Wight of Niton, I.W., tailor, only son and heir at law of David Wight, late of p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir at law of Joseph Wight, late of Carisbrooke, tanner and Thomazine his wife nee Urry, both deceased, which Thomazine was one of the three sisters and co-heirs of late David Urry of Afton, esq.
(2) James Serle of Winchester, Hants., esq.
Consid: £1,200
Recites: Will of late David Urry
[ex HBY/17]

Bargain and sale  JER/SEL/108/8  1792 January 5

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/108/7
(1) James Wight of Niton, I.W., tailor - see JER/SEL/108/7 for further details.
(2) James Serle of Winchester, Hants., esq.
Consid: £1,200

Declaration of trust  JER/SEL/108/9  1792 July 5

Contents:
Relates to property as in JER/SEL/108/5
(1) John Meakings of Arundel Street, p. St. Clement Danes, Middx., gent.
(2) John Fielder of Lymington, Hants., gent.
Loan made by (1) to James Latham was proper money of (2)
[ex HBY/18]

Deed poll [by way of further charge on mortgage]  JER/SEL/108/10  1793 August 21

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/108/5
(1) James Latham of Richmond Street, Soho, Middx., whitesmith
(2) John Fielder of Lymington, Hants., gent.
Total debt now outstanding £600
[ex HBY/19]

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/108/11  1794 January 2

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/108/5
(1) James Latham of Richmond Street, Soho, Middx., whitesmith
(2) John Fielder of Lymington, Hants., gent.
(1) to sell to (2) for £2,000
[ex HBY/20]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/12  1794 May 26 & 27

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/108/5
(1) James Latham of Grange Road, p. Bermondsey, Surry, whitesmith
(2) James Serle of Winchester, Hants., esq.
Consid: £2,100
[ex HBY/21]

Assignment of mortgage  JER/SEL/108/13  1801 May 25

Contents:
Relates to mortgages by deeds poll as JER/SEL/108/6 and JER/SEL/108/9
(1) John Levett of East Hinton, p. Christchurch, Hants., esq. [Assignor]
(2) John Meakings of Arundel Street, Strand, Middx., gent. [Consenting party]
(3) John Braxton of Lymington, Hants., cabinet maker - administrator of goods etc., of late John Fielder [Assignor]
(4) James Serle of Bishops Stoke, Hants., esq. [Consenting party]
(5) Abraham Robarts
William Curtis
Ellis Were
Charles Hornyold of Lombard Street, London, bankers. [Assignees]
Consid: (5) pay (1) £1,249
(5) pay (3) £205
Total £1,454
[ex HBY/24]

Attested copy of lease for a year prior to release  JER/SEL/108/14  1805 July 31

Contents:
1/5 share of unspecified property
(1) Patrick Heron of [blank]
(2) William Campbell, Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh, esq.
John McMurdo of Drumlanrig, Dumfries, esq.
Incomplete
Original made 1787 April 2

Bond in £10,000  JER/SEL/108/15  1813 July 12

Contents:
(1) Robert Hicks of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes
Relates to agreement between (1) and (2) to effect division of farm and lands called AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W., 744a.
[ex HBY/443]

Attested copy of Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/16  1813 September 25

Contents:
Reversionary interest of (1), expectant on death without male issue of John Urry of Yarmouth, I.W., in 1/6 of:
MANOR OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W. AFTON MANOR HOUSE with 146a.
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called LITTLE AFTON, 800a.
Water mill, dwellinghouse, etc., with 5a. furzey ground, occ. Anthony Groves Coppices' called NORTH PARK, NORTH HILL and BECKETTS. 30a.
(all part of the manor of Afton)
Manor of WESTON BRABRIEFF, [p. Freshwater], I.W. Capital messuage or dwellinghouse and farm called WESTON, 117a.
Messuage or dwelling house and farms called COURTNEYS and PRINCES. 46a.
Messuages or tenements and farms called STOATS and DEMAYNES
Messuage or dwellinghouse and lands called CLEMENTS and STICKLANDS, 35a.
(all part of the manor of Weston Brabrieff)
Two messuages or tenements, farms and lands called EASTON and STROUD, 40a.
Messuage or dwellinghouse and lands called FOQUETTS and COOKS, 38a.
HEDDON SAND PITS
Tenement or Storehouse called SAND HOUSE
Sands, downs and cliffs called HEDDON
(all p. Freshwater)
Messuage or tenement, farm and named closes of land called COOKS, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
Two coppices called LONG COPPICE and ROUND COPPICE, 10a., part of Cook's Farm, above
Piece of land within the Borough and in the parish of Shalfleet (sic) called a Borough Land or URRY'S TENEMENT
Messuage or dwellinghouse, farm and lands called KENNERLEY, ps. Godshill and Arraton, I.W.
(1) Bridget Collings of Lymington, Hants., widow, one of the two daughters and co-heirs of Mary Bloom nee Urry who was one of the three sisters and co-heirs of David Urry, late of Afton, esq., deceased
(2) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., merchant
Consid: £1,100
Original made 1791 April 17 & 18
[ex HBY/234 & 235]

Attested copy of Lease and Release 1/3 of:  JER/SEL/108/17  1813 September 28

Contents:
MANOR OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Continues as in JER/SEL/108/16
(1) Rev William Baskett of Yarmouth, I.W., clerk Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., banker [Devisees in trust under will of John Hicks, late of p. Freshwater, yeoman, whose mother Mary was only child and heir at law of Ursula Leigh, nee Urry, one of the three sisters and co-heirs of David Urry, late of Afton, esq., deceased]
(2) Robert Hicks of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., gent. Rev. Thomas Bowreman of p. Brooke, I.W., clerk Elizabeth, his wife, nee Hicks Jane Hicks of Afton, spinster [Son, son-in-law and daughters of late John Hicks]
Consid: Nominal;
Original made 1805 January 7 & 8
[ex HBY/953]

Attested copy of deed to lead the uses of a fine  JER/SEL/108/18  1813 September 28

Contents:
1/6 of:
MANOR OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Continues as in JER/SEL/106/16
(1) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., esq. Ann his wife
(2) Robert Lillington Rice of Lymington, draper
Fine to be and enure to use of (1)
Original made 1806 October 1

Attested copy of Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/19  1813 September 29

Contents:
1/6 of:
MANOR OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Continues as in JER/SEL/108/16
(1) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., esq.
(2) Robert Hicks of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., gent.
Consid: £4,646
Original made 1805 November 19 & 20
[ex HBY/959 & 987]

Attested copy of Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/20  1813 September 29

Contents:
1/9 and 2/9 of 1/3 of:
MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, p Freshwater, I.W.
LITTLE AFTON FARM, 744a. 0r. 23p.
(1) Rev. Thomas Bowreman of Brooke, I.W., clerk Elizabeth his wife, nee Hicks [Vendors]
(2) Robert Hicks of Afton, esq. [Purchaser]
(3) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., esq. [Trustee]
Consid: £2,100
Original made 1812 April 3 & 4
[ex HBY/954]

Attested copy of Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/21  1813 September 29

Contents:
1/9 and 2/9 of 1/3 of MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
1/9 and 2/9 of 1/2 of:
Capital messuage or mansion house of AFTON with 145a. 3r. 14p.
Watermill and dwellinghouse etc., called EAST MILL with UPPER AND LOWER MILL PONDS and lands, total 39a. 0r. 30p.
Wood or coppice called BECKETTS, p. Freshwater, 16a.
LITTLE AFTON FARM, 744a. 0r. 33p.
(1) Jane Hicks of Afton, spinster [Vendor]
(2) Robert Hicks of Afton, esq. [Purchaser]
(3) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., esq. [Trustee]
Consid: £3,500
[ex HBY/858 & 971]

Conveyance in fee  JER/SEL/108/22  1813 December 20

Contents:
Moiety of MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, [p. Freshwater], I.W.
Moiety of AFTON MANOR FARM, farmhouse, etc., cottage, named pieces of land
1/6 share of piece of land in p. Calbourne, I.W., occ. Mr. Munt
1/6 share of EASTON AND STROUD FARM, farmhouse, etc., old farmhouse, etc., named pieces of land, some in Easton Common Field, p. Freshwater
1/6 share of FOQUETTS AND COOKS FARM, little farmhouse, etc., named pieces of land, many in common fields called Easton, Combe, Clarkes, Meads Butt, Little and Headon, p. Freshwater
1/6 of KENNERLY FARM, house etc., named pieces of land, p. Godshill, I.W.
(1) Abraham Robarts
Sir William Curtis
Abraham Wildey Robarts
William Curtis of Lombard Street, London, bankers
[Vendors]
(2) Abel Moysey, esq., Deputy Remembrancer of Court of Exchequer [Consenting party]
(3) Caroline Serle of Bishop's Stoke, Hants., widow and relict of late James Serle [Vendor]
(4) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W, esq. [Purchaser]
(5) James Clarke of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
Consid: Nominal
Recites: Great indebtedness of late James Serle, Receiver General of the Land Tax and other Taxes for Hants., to Crown and sale of his property to pay the debts. (4) was highest bidder at auction of lots 1, 8, 9, 10 and 11
[ex HBY/459]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/23  1814 January 24 & 25

Contents:
½ of:
MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
AFTON MANOR FARM, with named fields
(1) James Clarke of Newport, I.W, gent. [Trustee]
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent. [Vendor]
(3) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover Lodge, [p. Calbourne], I.W. [Purchaser]
(4) William Hearn of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
Consid: £12,000
[ex HBY/460]

Attested copy of Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/24  1814 April 9

Contents:
All property of (1)
(1) James Serle late of Winchester, now of Bishops Stoke, Hants., esq.
(2) William Chamberlayne of Lincolns Inn, Middx., esq.
Joseph White of Middle Temple, London, esq.
(3) William Chamberlayne
Robert Serle of Winchester, gent.
(4) John Langston
John Towgood
Samuel Amory of Clemants Lane, London, bankers
Consid: Nominal
Original made 1798 December 14 & 15

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/108/25  1814 May 13

Contents:
Relates to moiety of MANOR AND FARM OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Abraham Robarts, esq.
Sir William Curtis
Abraham Wildey Robarts, esq.
William Curtis, esq. of Lombard Street, London, bankers
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq.
Schedule of deeds 1795 - 1805 attached
[ex JER/461]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108/26  1814 July 4 & 5

Contents:
MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Farm called AFTON alias LITTLE AFTON, 744a., fields fully described
(1) Robert Hicks of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., esq.
(2) Benjamin Hicks of Keyhaven, p. Milford, Hants., gent. [Trustee]
(3) Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, Hants., esq. [Consenting party]
(4) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(5) William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
Property to be divided between (1) and (4)
Farmhouse etc., lands and purtenant manorial rights, [i.e. AFTON FARM] specified in Schedule 1 to (1)
Barn, lands and purtenant manorial rights [i.e. EAST AFTON FARM] specified in Schedule 2 to (4)
5/6 of other manorial rights to (1)
1/6 of other manorial rights to (4)
Consid: (1) pays (4) £600
[HBY/463]

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/108/27  1814 July 5

Contents:
Relates to MANOR AND FARM OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Robert Hicks of Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W., esq.
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
Schedules of deeds 1691 - 1814 attached

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/108/28  1818 November 6

Contents:
1/6 of MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Barn and named pieces of land, [i.e. EAST AFTON FARM]
(1) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover House, [p. Calbourne], I.W. [Mortgagor]
(2) James Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(3) Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
(4) Ann Johnes of Portman Square, Middx., spinster [Mortgagee]
Consid: £10,000 at interest
Endorsed: 1846 April 22
Reconveyance
Two copies, one lacks endorsement
[ex HBY/465]

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/108/29  1822 October 1

Contents:
Relates to MANOR AND FARM OF AFTON, p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Robert Hicks of Afton, esq.
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
Schedule of deeds 1691 - 1801 attached
[ex HBY/464]

EAST AFTON FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Robert Hicks, esq., to 5 undivided 1/6 parts of the MANOR OF AFTON and undivided moiety of a messuage farm and lands called LITTLE AFTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/108A/1  1813

Contents:
[Ex HBY/881]

Copy of will with probate. Testator: David Urry of Afton, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.  JER/SEL/108A/2  1813

Contents:
Devised all manors, messuages, farms, lands etc., in I.W. and elsewhere to John Urry, second son of late Capt. Urry of Yarmouth, I.W., in tail male with remainder to Thomas Urry of Sheat, [p. Gatcombe], I.W., in tail male with remainder to right heirs of testator
Original made 1748 September 20
Original proved 1780 January 26
[ex HBY/232]

Copy of will with probate. Testator: John Hicks of [Afton], p. Freshwater, yeoman  JER/SEL/108A/3  1813

Contents:
Devised all real estate to trustees for benefit of his children Robert, Elizabeth, Jane and Harriott
[ex HBY/233]

Copy of conveyance in fee  JER/SEL/108A/4  1813 December 20

2 copies


Related information: See JER/SEL/108/20

Contents:
[Ex HBY/27 & 27A]

Abstract of title to several undivided shares in freehold estate of late James Serle, esq.  JER/SEL/108A/5  1813

Contents:
MANOR OF AFTON, EASTON AND STROUD FARM, p. Freshwater, KENNERLEY FARM, p. Godshill

Office copy of Exchequer inquisition into affairs of late James Serle  JER/SEL/108A/6  1813

Contents:
Original Trinity Term 1811
[ex HBY/855]

Copy of release and assignment in trust for creditors  JER/SEL/108A/7  1814

Contents:
Tenement on St. George's Down, p. Arreton, I.W. Cheverton Mead near Newport, I.W.
Saltern, p. Northwood, I.W.
(1) William Chamberlayne of Lincolns Inn, Middx., esq.
Joseph White of the Middle Temple, London, esq.
(2) James Serle of Winchester, esq.
(3) William Chamberlayne
Robert Serle of Winchester, gent.
(4) Creditors of James Serle as per attached schedule
Original made 1795 February 17
[ex HBY/857]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/108A/8  1814

Contents:
All property of James Serle
(1) John Langston
John Towgood
of Clement's Lane, London, bankers and surviving co-partners of James Houghton Langston and Samuel Amory
James Serle of Bishops Stoke, Hants., esq.
(2) Abraham Robarts
William Curtis
Ellis Were
Charles Hornyhold of Lombard Street, London, Bankers
Original made 1800 May 29 & 30

Copies of orders and a case, King v. Serle  JER/SEL/108A/9  1811

3 items

EAST AFTON FARM - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Copy of agreement for annual lease  JER/SEL/109/1  1911 April 22

Contents:
EAST AFTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 342.888a.
Map attached
(1) Margaret, Lady Heytesbury of Heytesbury, Wilts
(2) Frank Henry Morgan of Ninham Farm, Shanklin, I.W., farmer
consid: £300 p.a.

WILMINGHAM FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/110/1  1788 January 1 & 2

Contents:
Messuage or tenement and farm etc., called WILMINGHAM with named fields and 3 cottages, 1 on Wilmingham Green, p. Freshwater, IW.
Messuage or tenement and farm, etc., called ARNOLDS with named fields, p. Freshwater
(1) George, Viscount Mount Edgecumbe and Vallefort [Vendor]
(2) Hon. Richard Edgecumbe, s. and heir of (1)
(3) Edward Rushworth of Afton House, [p. Freshwater], I.W., esq.
Catherine Rushworth, his wife, nee Troughear Holmes [Purchaser]
(4) William Holt of Middle Temple, London, esq.
Rev. Henry Worsley of Arreton, I.W., clerk [Trustees]
Consid: £1,850
[ex HBY/216 & 227]

Deed of Covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/110/2  1788 January 2

Contents:
Relates to property as JER/SEL/110/1
(1) George, Viscount Mount Edgecumbe and Vallefort Hon. Richard Edgecumbe
(2) William Holt of Middle Temple, London, esq.
Rev. Henry Worsley of Arreton, I.W., clerk
Schedule of deeds 1714 - 1788 attached
[ex HBY/53]

Appointment by way of mortgage  JER/SEL/110/3  1831 May 28

Contents:
1/6 share of:
WILMINGHAM FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 214a. 0r. 19p.
Farm called ARNOLDS, p. Freshwater, 28a. 3r. 18p.
(1) Charles Powlett Rushworth, esq., of Queen Anne Street, Middx., Commissioner of Taxes
(2) Marianne Hayter of Newport, I.W., spinster
Consid: £300 at interest
[ex HBY/961]

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/110/4  1840 February 18

Contents:
WILMINGHAM FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 236a.
(1) Charles Powlett Rushworth, esq., Commissioner of Taxes, on behalf of self and his sisters
(2) Hon. William Henry Ashe a'Court Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(1) to sell property to (2) for £5,750
[ex HBY/457]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/110/5  1841 February 17 & 18

Contents:
WILMINGHAM FARM with named fields and 3 cottages, 1 on Wilmingham Green, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Messuage or tenement called Arnolds with named fields, p. Freshwater
(1) Charles Powlett Rushworth of Queen Anne Street, Middx., esq., Commissioner of Taxes [Co-vendor]
(2) Mariann Hayter of Newport, I.W., spinster [Mortgagee]
(3) Hon. & Rev. James Douglas of Broughton, Northants., clerk
Charles Powlett Rushworth
Charles Ranken of Grays Inn, Middx., esq.
[Trustees for (4)]
(4) Elizabeth Murray of Athlone, Ireland, widow, nee Rushworth [Co-vendor]
(5) Dame Mary Dalrymple of the Viletta, Hants., widow, nee Rushworth [Co-vendor]
(6) Henry Despard, Lt. Col. in 17th Foot
Anne his wife nee Rushworth [Co-vendors]
(7) Charles Powlett Rushworth [Trustee to marriage settlement of (6)]
(8) Margaret Rushworth of the Viletta, spinster [Co-vendor]
(9) Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of Yarborough William Mount, of Wasing, Berks, esq.
Thomas Sewell of Newport, esq.
[Trustees for (10)]
(10) Hon. William Henry Ashe a'Court Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
Elizabeth Worsley his wife [Purchasers]
Consid: (10) pays (1) £2,575
(10) pays (4) £958 6s. 8d.
(10) pays (5) £958 6s. 8d.
(10) pays (6) £958 6s. 8d.
(10) pays (2) £300
Total £5,750
Lengthy recitations
[ex-HBY/1090]

Attested copy of deed to lead the uses of a fine  JER/SEL/110/6  1841 June 12

Contents:
Entirety of property as in JER/SEL/110/3
(1) Charles Powlett Rushworth of Queene Anne Street, Middx., esq.
Elizabeth Mary, his wife
(2) Hon. and Rev. James Douglas of Broughton, Northants., clerk
Charles Powlett Rushworth
Charles Ranken of Grays Inn, Middx., esq.
(3) James Patrick Murray of Killinure House, near Athlone, Ireland
Elizabeth his wife, nee Rushworth
(4) Dame Mary Dalrymple of the Viletta, Hants., widow, nee Rushworth
(5) Jane Rushworth late of Bowcombe Cottage, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., now of the Viletta
(6) Charles Powlett Rushworth
Philip Nicoll of the Island of Jersey, esq.
(7) Henry Despard, Lt. Col. in 17th Foot
Anne his wife, nee Rushworth
(8) Margaret Rushworth late of Bowcombe now residing at the Viletta
(9) William Hearn of Newport, I.W., gent.
Final concord for effecting joint sale
Original made 1830 May 4
[ex HBY/428]

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/110/7  1908 August 5

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called YARMOUTH or THORLEY MILL, I.W., 35.894a.
Map attached
WILMINGHAM FARM, farmhouse, lands, etc., p. Freshwater, I.W., 256a.
(1) Rt. Hon. Margaret Anna, Baroness Heytesbury Robert Hildyard Henley Eden, esq.
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(1) to sell property to (2) for £10,500
[ex JER/704]

WILMINGHAM FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of C. P. Rushworth, esq., and his sisters to the Wilmingham Estate, [p. Freshwater, I.W.]  JER/SEL/110A/1  1908

Contents:
Covers years 1780 - 1830
[ex HBY/427]

Supplemental abstract of title of Margaret Anna, Lady Heytesbury, to YARMOUTH or THORLEY MILL, WILMINGHAM FARM and other hereditaments, ps. Thorley and Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/110A/2  1908

Contents:
[Ex JER/705]

Declaration of George James Brown as to identity of YARMOUTH or THORLEY MILL and WILMINGHAM FARM, ps. Thorley and Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/110A/3  1908 August 12

Contents:
Map attached

WILMINGHAM FARM - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 21 years, if estate of (1) lasts so long  JER/SEL/111/1  1764 January 5

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called WILLMINGHAM, p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Holmes, Baron Holmes of Killmallock, Limerick, Ireland
(2) Henry Devenish of Thorley, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £70 p.a.
[ex HBY/286]

Agreement to let for a year  JER/SEL/111/2  1898 October 21

Contents:
WILMINGHAM FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 237a. 2r. 1p.
(1) Rt. Hon. William Frederick, Baron Heytesbury of Heytesbury, Wilts.
(2) Frank Woodford of Freshwater
Consid: £178 p.a.
[ex JER/713]

DOLPHIN BREWERY, YARMOUTH - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Attested copy of lease for 2,000 years  JER/SEL/112/1  1786 January 21

Contents:
Messuage or tenement in Yarmouth, I.W., Abbs. w. highway to sea; s. John Barker; e. late Abraham Downton; n. the sea. Late the inheritance of James Downton of Yarmouth, mariner, deceased, uncle of late Abraham Downer
(1) Edith Downer of p. St. Stevens, Bristol, widow and executrix of will of late husband Abraham Downer of St. Stevens, mariner
(2) George Warder the elder of Yarmouth, mariner
Consid: £30
Original made 1706 March 18

Attested copy of will with probate. Testator: George Cole of Yarmouth, I.W., mariner  JER/SEL/112/2  1803

Contents:
Devised all property to wife Sarah Cole
Original proved 1803 June 17
Original made 1794 March 21

Assignment of lease for 2,000 years by way of mortgage  JER/SEL/112/3  1858 July 31

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse and brewhouse etc., in Yarmouth, I.W., occ. Thomas Kelleway. Abbs. w. highway to the sea; e., n. & s. George Stone, occ. Rev. John Blackburn
(1) Mary Way of Limerstone, [p. Brighstone], I.W., widow [Assignor]
(2) Thomas Kelleway of Yarmouth, I.W., brewer [Mortgagor]
(3) Henry Mace Wavell of Newport, I.W., chemist [Assignee]
Consid: (3) pays (1) £100
(3) pays (2) £70
Total £170 at interest

Assignment of lease for 2,000 years  JER/SEL/112/4  1868 April 30

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/112/3. Now occ. Benjamin Aldridge Pates
(1) Thomas Kelleway of Yarmouth, I.W., brewer
(2) James Blake of Yarmouth, merchant
Consid: £300

Assignment of lease for 2,000 years  JER/SEL/112/5  1875 December 31

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/112/3
(1) Henry Mace Wavell of Newport, I.W., chemist [Mortgagee]
(2) James Blake of Yarmouth, I.W., merchant [Vendor]
(3) Benjamin Aldridge Pates of Yarmouth, brewer [Purchaser]
Consid: (3) pays (1) £170 to discharge mortgage
(3) pays (2) £830
Total £1,000

Mortgage  JER/SEL/112/6  1876 March 11

Contents:
Messuage or tenement in Yarmouth, I.W. Abbs: w. highway leading to sea; s, late John Barker; e. late Abraham Downton; n. the sea
(1) Benjamin Aldridge Pates of Yarmouth, I.W., brewer
(2) Eliza Ede of Agar Street, Strand, Middx., widow
Consid: £800 at interest
Endorsed: 1883 June 23
Re-assignment from mortgage

Assignment of lease for 2,000 years  JER/SEL/112/7  1884 October 1

Contents:
Dolphin Brewery, Bank Street, Yarmouth, I.W.
Further described
(1) Maria Pates of the Dolphin Brewery, Yarmouth, widow
(2) Richard Biddulph Martin, M.P.
John Biddulph Martin of 68 Lombard Street, London, esqs.
Consid: £1,400

Deed Poll  JER/SEL/112/8  1894 April 2

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/112/7
Richard Biddulph Martin and John Biddulph Martin, both of 68 Lombard Street, London, esq., make statutory declaration that the property formerly long leasehold shall now be deemed free-hold

PROPERTY TO NORTH OF DELPHIN BREWERY  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  JER/SEL/112/9  1845 October 31

Contents:
Messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse in Yarmouth, I.W., late occ. John Urry.
Plan in margin
(1) Richard Stone of Oxford Terrace, Edgeware Road, Middx., esq. [Vendor]
(2) Rev. Laurence Palk Welland of Tallaton near Ottery St. Marys, Devon, clerk
Richard Crozier of Yarmouth, I.W., Capt. R.N. Julia, his wife nee Stone
Henry Hulse Berens of Chislehurst, Kent., esq.
Ellinor his wife, nee Stone [Consenting parties]
(3) George Stone of Lombard Street, London, banker [purchaser]
(4) Samuel Bradford Vaughan of Lincolns Inn Fields, Middx., gent. [Purchaser's trustee]
Consid: £540

PROPERTY TO SOUTH OF DOLPHIN BREWERY  [no ref. or date]

Covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/112/10  1848 December 30

Contents:
Relates to property in Yarmouth, I.W., late the inheritance of Caroline Avis White, widow
(1) Leonard Leigh of Yarmouth, gent.
(2) George Stone of Lombard Street, London, banker
Schedule of deeds 1820 - 1848 attached
Recites: Recent sale, (2) to (1) of tenement [near the Town Hall] in Yarmouth for £350

PROPERTIES NORTH AND SOUTH OF DOLPHIN BREWERY  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum  JER/SEL/112/11  1849 May 4

Contents:
George Stone confirms his deposit of title deeds to property in Yarmouth, I.W., with John, James and Robert Martin as indemnity against possible debts to them as his co-partners

Declaration  JER/SEL/112/12  1896 June 23

Contents:
Richard Biddulph Martin of 68 Lombard Street, London, banker, M.P., describes George Stone's use of property in Yarmouth, I.W., as security against possible debts to his co-partners in banking firm, including declarant's father and subsequent forfeiture of same
Plan attached

Deed of indemnity  JER/SEL/112/13  1896 June 25

Contents:
(1) Richard Biddulph Martin
John Biddulph Martin
Frederick Henry Norman
Edward Norman of 68 Lombard Street, London, bankers
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(1) agree to indemnity (2) against all claims of George Stone, his executors, etc. to property in Yarmouth, I.W. for 12 years

DOLPHIN BREWERY, YARMOUTH - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of documents handed to Sir Charles Seely as purchaser [from Martins Bank] of the Dolphin Brewery and other premises in Yarmouth, I.W.  JER/SEL/112A/1  1896

Abstract of title  JER/SEL/112A/2  nd [c 1848]

Contents:
Of George Stone, esq., to premises in Yarmouth, I.W. [Stone bought life interest of Caroline Avis White in 1847 and reversionary interest of George White, heir-at-law, in 1848. Parts of property sold by Stone in 1848 to Leonard Leigh and Sir William Symonds]
Covers years 1798 - 1848

Copy of appointment and conveyance  JER/SEL/112A/3  nd [Wm 1848]

Contents:
Piece of garden ground in Yarmouth, I.W., as now marked out, formerly part of a larger garden belonging to a messuage which is now in several occupations. [See plan in margin of original JER/SEL/114/1]
(1) George Stone of Lombard Street, London, banker [Vendor]
(2) Sir William Symonds of Yarmouth, Capt. R.N., [Purchaser]
(3) Daniel Smith Bockett of Lincolns Inn Fields, Middx., gent. [Purchaser's trustee]
Consid: £20

Copy of draft conveyance  JER/SEL/112A/4  nd [Wm 1848]

Contents:
Messuage or tenement with garden etc., near the Town Hall, Yarmouth, I.W., late occ. Dr. Shaw
(1) George Stone of Lombard Street, London, banker [Vendor]
(2) William Stephen Paine of Furnival's Inn, London, gent. [Vendor's trustee]
(3) Leonard Leigh of Yarmouth, gent., bachelor
Consid: £350
Original dated 1848 December 30

Printed sales particulars  JER/SEL/112A/5  1848

Contents:
For reversionary interest [of George White] in property, further described, in Yarmouth, I.W., subject to death of a widow lady [Caroline Avis White], aged 51

Abstract of title of Richard Biddulph Martin, esq., M.P., John Biddulph Martin, esq., Frederick Henry Norman and Edward Norman to property in Yarmouth, I.W., late of George Stone  JER/SEL/112A/6  1896

2 items

Contents:
Covers years 1822 - 1894

Insurance certificate  JER/SEL/112A/7  1895 December 27

Contents:
Covers two properties in Bank Street, Yarmouth, I.W., more fully described, property of Martin & Co., of Lombard Street, London

Correspondence re Sir Charles Seely's purchase of property in Yarmouth, I.W., from Martin & Co.  JER/SEL/112A/8  1895

2 items

DOLPHIN BREWERY, YARMOUTH - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Agreement for quarterly lease  JER/SEL/113/1  1884 April 15

Contents:
Messuage and premises in p. Yarmouth, I.W., called BANK COTTAGE
(1) Richard Biddulph Martin, M.P. John Biddulph Martin
Frederick Henry Norman
Edward Norman of 68 Lombard Street, London, bankers
(2) James Blandford of Yarmouth, I.W.
Consid: £6 5s. 0d. per quarter

HARRY LEE'S PROPERTY, YARMOUTH - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Appointment and conveyance  JER/SEL/114/1  1848 December 18

Contents:
Parcel of garden ground in Yarmouth, I.W., as now marked out, formerly part of a larger garden belonging to messuage etc., now occ. Sir William Symonds, Edward Griffiths, William Chambers and Thomas Kellaway, 6p.
Plan in margin
(1) George Stone of Lombard Street, London, banker [Vendor]
(2) Sir William Symonds of Yarmouth, Capt. R.N. [Purchaser]
(3) Daniel Smith Bockett of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middx., gent. [Purchaser's trustee]
Consid: £20

Conveyance  JER/SEL/114/2  1889 April 17

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse with coachhouse etc., in Yarmouth, I.W. Abbs: n. Solent sea; s. George Fryer; e. road from High Street to Solent Sea; w. [blank] Martin
(1) Frederick Richard Pickersgill of Cracknells, near Yarmouth, R.A.
(2) Harry Lee of Yarmouth, draper

HARRY LEE'S PROPERTY, YARMOUTH - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum of agreement  JER/SEL/114A/1  1891 June 1

Contents:
(1) Harry Lee of Yarmouth House, I.W.
(2) Isle of Wight Central Railway Company
Relates to way leave for telegraph wire

Abstract of title of Harry Lee to freehold property in Yarmouth, I.W.  JER/SEL/114A/2  1897

2 items

Contents:
Relates to small property near The Towers, High Street, but also covers more extensive property
Map attached
Covers years 1848 - 1889

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/114A/3  1897

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/114/2
Abbs: w; now Sir C. Seely
(1) Harry Lee of Yarmouth, I.W., draper
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W.
Consid: £620

COMPTON FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of term in trust [by way of redemption of mortgage]  JER/SEL/115/1  1738 May 7

Contents:
Manor and farm of Compton, [p. Freshwater], I.W.
(1) John Harris of Chiddingfold, Surrey, D.D. [Mortgagee, now assignor]
(2) William Pescod of Winchester, Hants., esq.)
John Harris, fellow of New College, Oxford) [Assignees]
(3) Sir Thomas Miller of West Lavant, Sussex
John Peckham of Chichester, Sussex, esq.
John Bagshall, fellow of St. Mary's College, Winchester, clerk
John Oglander of Nunwell, [p. Brading], I.W., esq.
Henry Harris of Silkstead, Hants., esq. [Mortgager and trustees]
Consid: Sir Thomas Miller pays (1) £1,000
Recites: Creation of the term
[ex HBY/97]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/115/2  1774 October 9 & 10

Contents:
Manor of Compton, [p. Freshwater], I.W.
Capital messuage and farm of Compton, 500a.
4a. of land, part of a coppice called NUNLEYS WOOD, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called GRANGE and BULL PLACE, ps. Brooke and Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Sir Thomas Miller of Froyle, Hants. [Vendor]
(2) Samuel Whitbread of Bedwell Park, Herts., esq.
Rev. Combe Miller of Lavant, Sussex, clerk [Trustees]
(3) William Bowreman of Brooke, I.W., esq. [Purchaser]
Consid: £8,000
[ex HBY/74 & 90]

Demise for 1,000 years [by way of mortgage] with counterpart  JER/SEL/115/3  1774 November 29

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/115/2
(1) William Bowreman of Brooke, I.W., esq.
John Troughear of Freshwater, I.W., esq.
(2) George Rogers of Belvue, I.W., esq.
Consid: £5,000 at interest
[ex HBY/ 91 & 299]

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/115/4  1783 January 1 & 2

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/115/2
(1) William Bowreman of Brooke, I.W., esq.
(2) John Jacob of Newport, I.W., mercer
Consid: £1,650 at interest

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/115/5  1786 January 30 & 31

2 copies

Contents:
Manor or reputed manor of Compton, [p. Freshwater], I.W.
Capital messuage or farm of Compton, 500a.
4a. of land, part of a coppice called NUNLEYS WOOD, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
(1) George Rogers of Bellevue, I.W., esq. [Mortgagee]
(2) John Jacob of Newport, I.W., mercer
Henry Trattle of Newport, grocer
Executors of will of late John Jacob [Consenting parties]
(3) Edward Stockton of Newport, wine merchant
Martha his wife nee Jacobs, legatee under will of late John Jacob [Legal representatives of late mortgagee]
(4) William Bowreman of Brooke, I.W., esq. [Vendor]
(5) John Eames of Bedford Row, Middx., esq., executor of will of late Thomas Holmes, esq., commonly called Thomas Lord Holms [Trustee]
(6) Leonard Troughear Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W., esq., devisee named in will of late Thomas Holmes, esq. [Purchaser]
(7) Henry Roberts of West Standen, [p. Arreton], I.W., esq. [Trustee]
Consid: (6) pays (1) £5,000 to discharge mortgage and becomes outright owner
[ex HBY/250, 277A & 277B]

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/115/6  1819 November 9 & 10

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 431a.
Messuage and lands called MILL PLACE FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W., 48a. 1r. 18p.
Tithes of MERSTON FARM, p. Arreton, I.W.
THE GEORGE INN, Yarmouth, I.W.
Messuage or mansion house in Newport, I.W.
Closes of meadow land at Kitbridge, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 8a.
(1) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., gent., trustee under will of late Elizabeth Bull of Northcourt, p. Shorwell, I.W.
Consid: £5,000 at interest

Transfer of mortgage  JER/SEL/115/7  1822 July 9

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/115/6
(1) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq. [Old mortgagee]
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W., [Mortgagor]
(3) John Hutt of Appley, [p. St. Helens], I.W., esq. [New mortgagee]
Consid: £5,000
[ex HBY/1116]

Lease and Release [by way of reconveyance from mortgage]  JER/SEL/115/8  1827 May 14 & 15

Contents:
Messuage and lands called MILL PLACE FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W., 48a. 1r. 18p.
Tithes of Merston Farm, p. Arreton, I.W.
THE GEORGE INN, Yarmouth, I.W.
Messuage or mansion house in Newport, I.W.
Closes of meadow land at Kitbridge, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 8a.
(1) John Hutt late of Appley, [p. St. Helens], I.W., now residing at Brussels in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, esq.
(2) Rt. Hon. Charles, Lord Yarborough of Yarborough, Lincs.
William Mount of Wasing Place, Berks., esq.
Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq.
Devisees in trust under will of late Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes
Consid: Nominal
£2,000 lately paid by (2) to (1) in part discharge of mortgage [1819 November 9 & 10]
[ex HBY/1117A]

Lease and Release [by way of transfer of mortgage]  JER/SEL/115/9  1827 May 17 & 18

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 431a.
(1) John Hutt late of Appley, [p. St. Helens], I.W., now residing at Brussels in the Kingdom of the Netherlands
(2) Sir FitzWilliam Barrington of Swainston, [p. Calbourne] I.W.
Consid: £3,000
[ex HBY/1117B & 1118A]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/115/10  1838 May 17 & 18

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/115/9
(1) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq.
Jane Elizabeth Barrington of St. Thomas, p. Whippingham
I.W., spinster
[Executors of will of late Sir FitzWilliam Barrington]
(2) Sir Richard Godin Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
Dame Louisa Edith his wife, nee Barrington
[Consenting parties]
(3) Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of Yarborough of Yarborough, Lincs.
William Mount of Wasing, Berks, esq.
Thomas Sewell
Trustees of will of late Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes
Consid: £3,000
[ex HBY/1118B & 1119]

Agreement for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/115/11  1905 February 14

Contents:
COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 423a. 3r. 20½p.
Piece of land on Afton Down, p.Freshwater, 32a. 0r. 33p.
Map of both attached
(1) Rt. Hon. Margaret Anna, Baroness Heytesbury
Robert Hildyard Henley Eden, esq.
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
Consid: £14,635 1s. 3d.

Contract for sale  JER/SEL/115/12  1906 March 30

Contents:
Piece of land, part of Tapnell Down, p. Thorley, I.W., 14a.
Map attached
(1) Rt. Hon. Margaret Anna, Baroness Heytesbury of Heytesbury, Wilts.
(2) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
Consid: £105

COMPTON FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstracts of title of Rt. Hon. Margaret Anns, Baroness Heytesbury to COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/115A/1  1905

3 items

Contents:
Covers years 1857 - 1893

Declaration of George James Brown as to identity of COMPTON FARM, p.Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/115A/2  1905 May 6

Contents:
Map attached

Schedule of deeds re COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/115A/3  1906

COMPTON FARM - LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/116/1  1708 July 26

Contents:
Capital messuage and farme of COMPTON, p. Freshwater, I.W., 500a.
(1) Sir John Miller of the City of Chichester, Sussex
(2) John Blake of Lingwood, p. Shalfleet, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £160 p.a.
[ex HBY/86]

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/116/2  1769 September 23

Badly rotted

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/116/1
(1) Thomas Miller of Soberton, Hants., esq.
(2) James Rogers of Great Compton, p. Freshwater, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £200 p.a.
[ex HBY/213]

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/116/3  1788 May 20

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called GREAT COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 500a.
4a. of land, part of a coppice called NUNLEYS WOOD, p. Shalflet, I.W.
(1) Leonard Troughear Holmes of Westover Lodge, [p. Calbourne], I.W., esq.
(2) James Rogers of Great Compton, p. Freshwater, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £200 p.a.
[ex HBY/162]

Counterpart lease for 10 years  JER/SEL/116/4  1808 November 16

Damaged by damp

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, farm and lands called COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 450a.
4a. of coppice in Nunleys Copse, p. Shalfleet, I.W. Piece of copse land called LONG HAMS COPSE, p. Thorley, I.W., 7a.
2a. of copse at [blank] side of above
(1) Rev. Sir Henry Worsley Holmes of Pidford House, [p. Arreton], I.W.
(2) Ann Rogers of Compton Farm, widow
Consid: £330 p.a.
[ex HBY/876]

Lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/116/5  1820 February 23

Damaged by damp

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/116/4 with cottage and tenement lately occupied as barracks
(1) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) William Rogers of Compton Farm, [p. Freshwater], I.W., yeoman
Consid: £360 p.a.
[ex HBY/871]

Counterpart lease for 8 years  JER/SEL/116/6  1825 October 8

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/116/4, with cottage and tenement lately occupied as barracks
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles, Lord Yarborough of Yarborough, Lincs.
William Mount of Wasing, Berks, esq.
Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq.
Trustees of will of late Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes
(2) William Rogers of Compton Farm, p. Freshwater, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £280 p.a.
[ex HBY/889]

COMPTON FARM - MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS RE LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Copy of agreement for annual tenancy  JER/SEL/116A/1  1893

Contents:
COMPTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W., 427a. 2r. 20p.
(1) Rt. Hon. Lord Heytesbury of Heytesbury, Wilts.
(2) Herbert Brown of Dunsbury Farm, p. Brook, I.W.
Consid: £250 p.a.

CHESSELL FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/117/1  1782 June 23 & 24

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called CHESSELL FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
(1) Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Worsley of Appuldurcombe Park, [p. Godshill], I.W.
(2) Richard Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent.
Consid: £1,800 at interest
[EX HBY/64]

Lease and Release  JER/SEL/117/2  1812 May 28 & 29

Contents:
Messuage, tenement, farm and lands etc., called CHESSELL FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W., 374a. 2r. 12p. More fully described
(1) Rt. Hon. Orlando, Lord Bradford of Bradford, Salop [Trustee]
(2) Hon. Charles Anderson Pelham of Appuldurcombe Park, [p. Godshill], I.W. [Vendor]
(3) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Newport, I.W. [Purchaser]
(4) James Clarke of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
(5) Robert Snow of Temple Bar, London, esq. [Mortgagee]
(6) Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
Consid: £5,940
[ex HBY/349]

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/117/3  1812 MAY 29

Contents:
(1) Hon. Charles Anderson Pelham of Appuldurcombe Park, [p. Godshill], I.W.
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Newport, I.W. Concerns Chessell Farm, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
Schedule of deeds 1713 - 1810 attached
[ex HBY/348]

Deed of covenant for production of title deeds  JER/SEL/117/4  1814 May 14

Contents:
(1) James Wilkinson of Shalfleet, I.W., esq.
John Trevethick late of Calne, Wilts., innholder but now of Gurnard, [p. Northwood], I.W., yeoman John Wilkinson of Portsmouth, surgeon
(2) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover Lodge, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
Concerns Chessell Farm, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
Schedule of deeds 1636 - 1813 attached
[ex HBY/420]

Lease and Release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/117/5  1814 July 4 & 5

Contents:
Property as in JER/SEL/117/1, with 2/3 of the tithes
(1) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W. [Mortgagor]
(2) James Clarke of Newport, I.W., gent. [Trustee]
(3) Thomas Sewell of Newport, gent. [Trustee]
(4) John Trevethick late of Calne, Wilts., innholder, but now of Gurnard, [p. Northwood], I.W., yeoman
John Wilkinson of Portsmouth, Hants., surgeon [Mortgagees]
Consid: £5,000 at interest
[ex HBY/352]

Lease and release [by way of mortgage]  JER/SEL/117/6  1824 October 5 & 6

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called CHESSELL FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W., 374a. 2r. 12p., with 2/3 of the tithes
More fully described
Tithes of farms and lands called Eades, 63a. 2r. 4p., Great and Little Locks, 108a., Westover Hawley, 7a., West Boulner, 104a. 2r. 21p., all p. Shalfleet or that part of them lying in p. Shalfleet
Capital messuage called NINGWOOD (more fully described), piece of land called Long Mead, 8a., tenements and brick kilns at Ningwood occ. Smith and Pritchard 2/3 tithes of Ningwood Farm
(1) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) Michael Hoy of Midenbury Lodge, Hants., esq.
Consid: £14,000 at interest
[ex HBY/344]

Lease and release [by way of reconveyance from mortgage]  JER/SEL/117/7  1824 May 5 & 6

Contents:
Messuage or tenement called CHESSELL FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W., 374a. 2r. 12p., with 2/3 of the tithes
Tithes of farms and lands called Eades's alias Eiddes, Great and Little Locks, Westover Hawley, West Bouldner, all p. Shalfleet or that part of them lying in p. Shalfleet
(1) John Trevethick of Gurnard, [p. Northwood], I.W., yeoman
John Wilkinson of Portsmouth, surgeon [Mortgagors]
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq. [Trustee]
(3) Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes of Westover, [p. Calbourne], I.W. [Mortgagee]
Consid: £5,000 at interest
[ex HBY/340 & 341]

Lease and Release [by way of transfer of mortgage]  JER/SEL/117/8  1831 August 23 & 24

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/117/1, with 2/3 of the tithes
(1) James Barlow Hoy of the Medina Hermitage, [p. Whitwell] I.W., esq. [Mortgagee]
(2) Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq. George Collard of the East India House, London, esq. [Trustees]
(3) Thomas Sewell [Trustee]
(4) George Palmer of Kings Arms Yard, London, esq. Rev. Robert Joseph Barlow of Rudby, Yorks, clerk [Trustees]
(4) to hold £14,000 mortgage on the property as trustees for (1)
[ex HBY/345]

Reconveyance from mortgage; Property as JER/SEL/117/1, with 2/3 of the tithes  JER/SEL/117/9  1841 Nov 30

Contents:
(1) George Palmer of Kings Arms Yard, London, esq. Rev. Robert Joseph Barlow of Rudby, York, clerk [Trustees]
(2) James Barlow Hoy of the Medina Hermitage, [p. Whitwell] I.W., esq., [Mortgagee]
(3) Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of Yarborough of Yarborough, Lincs.
William Mount of Wasing, Berks, esq.
Thomas Sewell of Newport, I.W., esq.
[Trustees of late mortgagor]
Consid: £14,000
[ex HBY/346]

CHESSELL FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Hon. Charles Anderson Pelham and his trustees to a farm called CHESSELLS, [p. Shalfleet], I.W.  JER/SEL/117A/1  1811

Contents:
Covers years 1713 - 1809
[ex HBY/869]

Abstract of title of James Wilkinson to 2/3 of the tithes in the parish of Shalfleet, I.W.  JER/SEL/117A/2  1814

Contents:
Covers years 1636 - 1814
[ex HBY/8798]

Abstract of title of James Wilkinson to 2/3 of the tithes in the parish of Shalfleet, I.W.  JER/SEL/117A/3  1814

Contents:
Covers years 1710 - 1814
[ex HBY/879A]

GOTTONLEAZE FARM - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum of agreement  JER/SEL/118/1  1877 January 13

2 copies

Contents:
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon
(2) Charles Seely
(2) to become purchaser of GOTTONLEES FARM, [p. Calbourne, I.W.] for £5,600

GOTTONLEAZE FARM - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/118A/1  1877

2 copies

Contents:
GOTTENLEAZE FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W., 333a. 3r. 20p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Consid: £5,600

Map of GOTTONLEAZE FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W.  JER/SEL/118A/2  1877

2 copies

Contents:
Scale: 6 inches to 1 mile

NOT ASSIGNED  [no ref. or date]

not used  JER/SEL/119/1  [n.d.]

WEST STANDEN - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

not used  JER/SEL/120/1  [n.d.]

WEST STANDEN - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Map comparing field [at Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.] as indicated on lease of 1757 April 29 with plan on deed of 1860 October 16  JER/SEL/120A/1  1860

Contents:
[Ex JER/582]

Copy of map of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., as shown on deed of 1861 October 11  JER/SEL/120A/2  nd [c 1861]

Contents:
[Ex JER/549]

Sales particulars of Standen Estate, p. Arreton, I.W., to be sold by auction 1861 June 12  JER/SEL/120A/3  1861

Contents:
[Ex JER/546A]

Extract from limited administration over personal estate of Charles Cowdery, deceased.  JER/SEL/120A/4  1861 July 16

Contents:
Relates only to small pieces of land adjacent to Standen Elms

Printed map of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.  JER/SEL/120A/5  1871

Contents:
[Ex JER/547]

Abstract of title of Thomas Fowler Wood, esq., to West Standen and its tithes and to small pieces of land adjacent all p. Arreton, I.W.  JER/SEL/120A/6  1872

Contents:
Recites: inter alia:
1731 June 10 & 11
Lease and Release [by way of marriage settlement], Henry Roberts the younger of Apse, p. Newchurch, I.W., to marry Elizabeth Tufnell of St. Margarets, Westminster, spinster
1812 June 10
Lease and Release prior to common recovery for barring tail
(1) Edward Roberts of Standen, [p. Arreton], I.W., esq. [Grandson of Henry Roberts]
(2) Charles Worsley of Newport, I.W., gent.
(3) Peter John Thomas Pearse of the City of London, gent.
1831 June 8
Will with probate
Testator Edward Roberts [of Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.]
Devised estate to wife Mary for life then to his cousin, Col. William Roberts
1851 July 21
will with probate
Testator Col. William Roberts
Devised estate to trustees for sale
1861 October 11
Conveyance
House called West Standen, [p. Arreton, I.W.], with the land attached to it as per schedule
(1) Peregrine Roberts [Vendor under will of his late father, Col. William Roberts]
(2) Bertie Mathew Roberts
(3) Edward Horatio Moore of Lymington, Hants
(4) Thomas Fowler Wood of Combs, Stowmarket, Suffolk [Purchaser]
Consid: £6,950
1763 February 15 & 16
Lease and Release
Tithes of lands called West Standen and Blackwater, p. Arreton, I.W.
(1) Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Holmes, Baron Holmes of Killmallock, Co. Limerick, Ireland
(2) Henry Roberts of West Standen, I.W., esq.
Consid: Not given
[ex JER/553]

Map of pieces of land conveyed in JER/SEL/120A/11  JER/SEL/120A/7  1872

Contents:
[Ex JER/583]

Drafts, copies, sale particular, certificates etc., re conveyance of West Standen House, [alias Standen Elms], p. Arreton, I.W.  JER/SEL/120A/8  1871-1877

1 bundle

Contents:
[Ex JER/513, 546, 548, 550, 551, 552, 554, 558, 559, 561, 563, 567, 568, 569, 574, 576, 578, 581, & 589]

Copy of disclaimer by William Jefferies Beckingsale of Newport, I.W., of trusts of will of Charles Cowdery, deceased  JER/SEL/120A/9  1872 May

Contents:
Also, copy dated 23 May 1861
[ex JER/557]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/120A/10  1872 October 17

2 copies

Contents:
Messuage etc., called WEST STANDEN, p. Arreton, I.W.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Thomas Fowler Wood of Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., esq.
(2) Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Gatcombe, I.W., widow
ex JER/549 & 570]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/120A/11  1872 October 18

Contents:
Dwellinghouse and pieces of land, part of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.
Map attached
(1) Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Gatcombe House, I.W., widow
(2) Morris Morgan of West Standen, I.W., yeoman
[ex JER/572]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/120A/12  1872 October 18

2 copies

Contents:
Small pieces of land, part of West Standen Farm, p. Arreton, I.W.
Map attached
(1) Morris Morgan of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
(2) James Kemp Hollis of Blackwater Mill p. Arreton, miller
(3) Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Standen Elms alias West Standen House, p. Arreton, I.W., widow
[ex JER/573]

Draft agreement  JER/SEL/120A/13  1872 October 18

2 copies

Contents:
As to payment and apportionment of tithe rentcharge on small pieces of land in West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.
Schedule attached
(1) Morris Morgan of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., yeoman
(2) Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Standen Elms alias West Standen House, p. Arreton, I.W., widow
[ex JER/571]

Schedules of title deeds relating to West Standen, [i.e. Standen Elms], p. Arreton, I.W.  JER/SEL/120A/14  1872 and 1873

3 items

Contents:
[Ex JER/564 & 574]

Contract for sale and purchase  JER/SEL/120A/15  1872 April 8

Contents:
Standen Estate, p. Arreton, I.W.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Thomas Fowler Wood of Standen House, Arreton, near Newport, I.W., esq.
(2) Arthur Harbottle Estcourt of Newport Charles William Dare of East Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., esq.
Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Gatcombe, I.W., widow
Consid: £10,250
Draft and fair copy
[ex JER/555]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/120A/16  1872

2 copies

Contents:
Piece of land part of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W.
(1) Thomas Fowler Wood of Combs, near Stowmarket, Suffolk, esq.
(2) Isle of Wight Newport Junction Railway
[ex JER/584]

Abstract of conveyance in JER/SEL/120A/16  JER/SEL/120A/17  1872

Contents:
[Ex JER/556]

Draft mortgage  JER/SEL/120A/18  1873 February 5

Contents:
West Standen House and lands, p. Arreton, I.W.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Frances Emma Coker Estcourt of Gatcombe, I.W., widow
(2) Joseph William D'Arcy of Malvern, Worcester, esq.
George Thomas Woodrooffe of Lincoln's Inn, Middx., gent.
Consid: £5,500 at interest
[ex JER/575]

Draft transfer of mortgage  JER/SEL/120A/18A  1875

Contents:
Recites JER/SEL/120A/18
[ex JER/577]

Draft conveyance  JER/SEL/120A/19  1676 October 10

Contents:
West Standen Farm, p. Arreton, I.W.
(1) James Kemp Hollis of Blackwater Mills, p. Arreton, I.W., miller [Mortgagee]
(2) Morris Morgan of West Standen, p. Arreton, I.W., gent. [Vendor and mortgager]
(3) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P. [Purchaser]
Consid: £8,500
[ex JER/579]

STANDEN ELMS - TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

not used  JER/SEL/121/1  [n.d.]

STANDEN ELMS - MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance and assignment  JER/SEL/121A/1  1877

Contents:
Estate called Standen Elms, p. Arreton, I.W., Schedule attached
(1) Robert Smith of Lombard Street, City of London, esq.
Others [Mortgagees]
(2) Rev. Edmund Walter Estcourt of Long Newton, Wilts., clerk in holy orders [Mortgager & Vendor]
(3) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., M.P. [Purchaser]
[ex JER/580]

ESTATE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The greatest volume of material in the Estate Papers group consists of bundles of drafts, correspondence, contracts and so on for each lot sold in the three sales of 1925 - 6, section 126. Draft copies of the sale catalogues and their maps will be found as JER/SEL/126/23-25. Used in conjunction with JER/SEL/126/1 & 2 in the first instance or, for more detail, with JER/SEL/126/3-22 these will enable the fate of any particular property at the time of the break-up of the estate to be traced.
The estate accounts, section 123, form a rather disappointing series as they cover only a few years in the 1880's. Accounts for Brook House, JER/SEL/123/2, were kept separately from the estate accounts which were themselves divided into two sections, property in the parishes of Brook, Brighstone, Mottistone and Shalfleet on the one hand, JER/SEL/123/1, and property in the parishes of Gatcombe, Carisbrooke and Wootton detached on the other, JER/SEL/123/3.
The leases, as represented here, are a rather imperfect series with some large farms completely uncovered, section 124. Section 125 is devoted to papers arising principally from the management of buildings on the estate. This is to some extent an artificial "subjective" creation but has been preferred, in view of the Seely family's record as cottage builders, to allowing these important items to slip away into the anonymity of a miscellaneous section. Section 122 has been used to find a home for things that could not be more appropriately fitted in elsewhere. Of particular interest is JER/SEL/122/28, an epitome of the will of Charles Seely, esq., and JER/SEL/122/31, a bundle of letters of application for the post of under keeper on the Seely estate.

MISCELLANEOUS DEEDS ETC.  [no ref. or date]

Papers re a suit in Chancery, Ward v Bassett.  JER/SEL/122/1  1854 - 1856

3 items

Contents:
Resulted in sale of latter's estate, including Chilton Farm, Brighstone, I.W.

Sale catalogue and maps for estate of James White Bassett in ps. Mottistone, Shalfleet, Brighstone, Carisbrooke and Whippingham, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/2  1854

Contents:
Sold by order of Court of Chancery

Agreement  JER/SEL/122/3  1859 September 10

Contents:
Relates to excavation of the Roman villa in grounds of Carisbrooke Vicarage, I.W.
(1) Rev. Edward Boucher James, clerk, Vicar of Carisbroooke
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq.

Plan of piece of land at Brook, I.W., sold to the government as site for proposed Coast Guard buildings  JER/SEL/122/4  1861

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/122/5  1864 February 17

Contents:
(1) Principal Secretary of State for War
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
Relates to land required for construction of the Military Road, ps. Brook, Shalfleet, Mottistone and Brighstone, I.W.
Total 30a. 3r. 17p.
Map and schedule attached. With later copy
With letter relating to terms and compensation, 1862.

Deed of indemnity  JER/SEL/122/6  1864 March 22

Contents:
Relates to a drainage rentcharge affecting the Mottistone Estate, I.W.
(1) Sir John Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq.

Conveyance  JER/SEL/122/7  1865 January 27

Contents:
Strip of land for construction of road
Map and schedule attached
(1) Sir James Robert Carmichael
Charles Simeon of Hursley, Hants., late a Capt. in Army
(2) Charles Shapland Whitmore of Rutland Gate, Hyde Park, Middx., esq.
Charles Alexander Wood of Chesham Place, Middx., esq.
(3) Sir John Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(4) Principal Secretary of State for the War Department
Consid: (4) pays (1) £1,770
[ex JER/654]

Drafts, rough workings, isolated correspondence, etc., re estate business  JER/SEL/122/8  1867 - 1900

1 bundle

Contents:
[Includes ex JER/698]

Notices to Charles Seely, esq., re proposed construction of Yarmouth and Ventnor Railway  JER/SEL/122/9  1870 December 1

5 items

Contents:
Marked 61, 80, 88, 93 & 99

Copy of conveyance  JER/SEL/122/10  nd [c 1870]

Contents:
Piece of land adjacent to churchyard at Brook, I.W., 1r. 18p.
Plan attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brook, I.W., esq.
(2) Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
Consid: Not given

Correspondence re Gatcombe School, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/11  1872

Agreement and correspondence re surrender of lease for Berry Barn, p. Brighstone, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/12  1873 September - October

List of coal and dinners to be provided for tenants and cottagers on Brighstone Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/13  1873 November

Copy of notice to quit cottage in Gatcombe, I.W., served on Charles Pittis  JER/SEL/122/14  1874 February 9

Orders of exemption  JER/SEL/122/15  1875 April 22

3 items

Contents:
Permit sale of parts of the Swainston Estate charged with annuity to the Lands Improvement Company
In envelope endorsed by Charles Seely

Correspondence etc. with Rev. W. E. Heygate re ownership of piece of wasteland near Brighstone Church, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/16  1877 December

4 items

Contents:
[Ex JER/205]

Printed notices, correspondence, requirements etc., re Newport, Chale, Freshwater and Yarmouth Railway and Ventnor, Yarmouth, Freshwater and Newport Railway  JER/SEL/122/17  1877 - 1878

1 bundle

Printed copy of lengthy speech made by Charles Seely, esq., M.P. to House of Commons re Designs for Ships of War  JER/SEL/122/18  1878 March

Letter from Henry Hall re removal of pigsty from a cottage  JER/SEL/122/19  1879 November 14

Contents:
[Ex JER/204]

Account and rough workings etc., re an action against [blank] Bull for recovery of rent for Newbarn Farm, Gatcombe, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/20  1879

Drafts, copies etc., re a suit for debt, Seely v Bull  JER/SEL/122/21  1879

1 bundle

Map of Brighstone, I.W., showing land occ. Miss Arnold and Mr. Fisk  JER/SEL/122/22  nd [c 1879]

Rough field book for lands in various parishes, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/23  1882

Certificates and correspondence re insurance for Brook House, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/24  1887 - 1902

Lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/122/25  1888 February 1

Contents:
Sporting rights over 4083a. in ps. Calbourne, Shalfleet, St. Nicholas and Carisbrooke, I.W., [i.e. major part of the Swainston Estate.]
Map attached
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Swainston, I.W.
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq.
Consid: £300 p.a.
With draft
[ex JER/472]

Petition  JER/SEL/122/26  nd [c 1889]

Contents:
From electors of Carisbrooke District, [I.W.] County of Southampton to Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., urging him to stand for the Council

Draft mortgage  JER/SEL/122/27  1890 July 1

Contents:
Tolls and duties due to (1)
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Newport, I.W.
(2) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq.
Consid: £4,500 at interest

Epitome of will of Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq.  JER/SEL/122/28  nd [c 1892]

Certificate of redemption of Land Tax on extension to churchyard at Mottistone, [I.W.]  JER/SEL/122/29  1892 February

Contents:
[Ex JER/653]

Case for opinion re trust of the will of Charles Seely, esq., deceased  JER/SEL/122/30  1892 - 1893

2 items

Letters of application for post of under keeper on Seely estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/31  1893 August

1 bundle

Conveyance  JER/SEL/122/32  1893 December 11

Contents:
Pieces of land at Chillerton, [p. Wootton], I.W.
Plan attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Isle of Wight Highway Commissioners incorporated by the Isle of Wight Highway Act 1883
[ex JER/719]

Plans and notice to accompany JER/SEL/122/32  JER/SEL/122/33  1893

4 items

Contents:
[Ex JER/719 & 720]

Correspondence with Board of Trade re rights to wrecks of the sea  JER/SEL/122/34  1897

1 bundle

Agreement  JER/SEL/122/35  1900 October 27

Contents:
Relates to water supply for Carisbrooke Castle, I.W.
(1) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(2) H.M.'s Commissioners of Works and Public Buildings

Correspondence re letting of Gatcombe House, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/36  1900

Plans for new offices to Yarmouth Pier, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/37  nd [c 1900]

Contents:
Signed: Aston Webb

Correspondence between Seely Estate and I.W. County Council re small holdings at Wilmingham, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/122/38  1916 - 1924

Contents:
[Ex JER/714 & 716]

3rd edition 6 inch O.S. map of Brook, I.W., marked to show Seely estate  JER/SEL/122/39  nd [c 1920]

Contents:
[Ex JER/732]

Inventory of contents of Brooke House, I.W., property of Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Seely  JER/SEL/122/40  1925

Inventory of contents of Brooke Hill House, I.W., property of Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Seely  JER/SEL/122/41  1925

Draft articles of agreement  JER/SEL/122/42  1926 October 29

Contents:
Piece of land near Idlecombe Farm, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Map attached
(1) Sir Hugh Michael Seely
(2) Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Newport, I.W.
Consid: £2,800

Draft articles of agreement  JER/SEL/122/43  1926

Contents:
Pieces of land ps. Brighstone and Mottistone, I.W., with the spring of water thereon called Buddlehole
(1) Sir Hugh Michael Seely
(2) Isle of Wight Rural District Council
Consid: £500

Drafts, copies, correspondence etc. re conveyance of Buddlehole Spring, ps. Brighstone and Mottistone, IW.  JER/SEL/122/44  1926

Articles of agreement  JER/SEL/122/45  1928 December 5

Contents:
(1) Sir Hugh Michael Seely of Gatcombe House, I.W.
(2) Isle of Wight County Council
Relates to small strips of land alongside Hulverstone - Shalcombe road required for road improvement

Conveyance and trust deed  JER/SEL/122/46  1929 December 11

Contents:
Messuage called 'THE CHILLERTON READING ROOM', [p. Carisbrooke, I.W.]
Map endorsed
(1) Sir Hugh Michael Seely of Sherwood Lodge, Arnold, Notts.
(2) Sir Hugh Michael Seely
Albert Charles White of Chillerton, schoolmaster
Murial Theodora Bullock of Chillerton Farm Cottage, Chillerton, married woman
Albert Henton of Loverstone Farm, Chillerton, farmer
Rules for the Reading Room appear in a schedule
With draft
[ex JER/731]

Release  JER/SEL/122/47  1931 December 31

Contents:
Piece of land near Brighstone Mill, I.W.
Plan attached
(1) Sir Hugh Michael Seely of Sherwood Lodge, Arnold, Notts.
(2) Richard John Woodford Fisk of the Mill House, Brighstone, farmer
Relates to restrictive covenants in earlier conveyance to (2)

Statutory declaration  JER/SEL/122/48  1933 December 18

Contents:
Of Henry William Scovell of Lower Hunnyhill Farm, p. Brighston, I.W., farmer re identity of land at Gaggerhill, p. Brighstone
Plan attached

Conveyance  JER/SEL/122/49  1934 December 5

Contents:
Part of the Military Road in p. Freshwater, I.W.
(1) Isle of Wight County Council
(2) Sir Hugh Michael Seely of Sherwood Lodge, Nottingham
Consid: Nominal

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

Monthly accounts and receipts for Brooke Estate, [ps. Brook, Brighstone, Mottistone and Shalfleet], I.W.  JER/SEL/123/1  1880 - 1883, 1886

5 bundles

Monthly accounts and receipts for Brooke House, I.W.  JER/SEL/123/2  1881 - 1883

3 bundles

Monthly accounts and receipts for Bowcombe, [p. Carisbrooke] and Gatcombe [ps. Gatcombe, Carisbrooke and Wootton], Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/123/3  1880 - 1886

5 bundles

LEASES  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 8 years  JER/SEL/124/1  1873 March 31

Contents:
WEST BILLINGHAM FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W., 122a. 3r. 37p.
Schedule attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey, late of Chillerton House, [p. Wootton], I.W., but now of Surbiton, Surrey, esq.
(2) William Loe of Billingham, yeoman
Consid: £220 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/2  1880 November 23

Contents:
LITTLE BILLINGHAM FARM, ps. Wootton and Shorwell, I.W., 122a. 3r. 37p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Jane Rogers of West Billingham, p. Shorwell, widow Marianne Rogers of West Billingham, p. Shorwell, spinster
Consid: £180 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/124/3  1872 June 12

Contents:
BOWCOMBE FARM, ps. Carisbrooke and Shorwell, I.W., 744a. 1r. 26p.
Schedule attached
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) James Jolliffe of Yafford, p. Shorwell, I.W. Benjamin Mearman of Bowcombe
Consid: £700 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/4  1881 November 18

Contents:
BOWCOMBE FARM, ps. Carisbrooke and Shorwell, I.W., 744a. 1r. 26p.
Schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Benjamin Mearman of Bowcombe, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
Consid: £550 p.a.

Lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/124/5  1873 December 6

Contents:
GREAT CRIDMORE FARM and LOWER RILL FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 346a. Or. 16p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Francis Henry Cole of Cridmore, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., farmer
Consid: £352 10s. Od. p.a. first 5 years
£402 10s. Od. p.a. rest of term

Lease and counterpart for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/6  1874 May 1

Contents:
FROGLANDS FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 126a. 3r. 24p.
Schedule attached
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) Joseph Stark the elder
Joseph Stark the younger of Froglands, yeomen
Consid: £265 p.a.

Lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/7  1833 Nov 13

Contents:
FROGLANDS FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 129a.
Schedule attached (1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Frances Stark, widow
Joseph Stark, her son
Emily Jane Stark, her daughter all of Froglands Farm
Consid: £247 p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 7 years  JER/SEL/124/8  1877 November 3

Contents:
GOTTENLEES FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W., 333a. 3r. 20p.
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) James Lock of Watchingwell, p. Calbourne, I.W., yeoman Charles Lock of Coombe Farm, p Brixton, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £150 p.a.

Agreement for tenancy  JER/SEL/124/9  1884 September 6

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/124/8
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) James Lock of Great Park Farm, [p. Carisbrooke], I.W., farmer
William Lock, his son of Gottonlees Farm, p. Calbourne, I.W., farmer
Consid: £150 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/10  1883 February 13

Contents:
Messuage, farm and lands called HILL FARM, and GARSTONS FARM, p. Gatcombe, I.W., 490a. 1r. 31p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Robert Urry
James Walter Urry of Hill Farm, p. Gatcombe I.W., farmers
Consid: £626 p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/11  1873 December 16

Contents:
ROSLIN FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 225a. 2r. 13p.
Maps and schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Charles Morgan of Roslin Farm, yeoman
Consid: £200 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/12  1884 September 30

Contents:
Property as JER/SEL/124/11
(1) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) James Henry Russell of Roslin Farm, farmer
Consid: £234 p.a.

Lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/124/13  1882 February 4

Contents:
THORNCROSS FARM, p. Brighston, I.W., 449a.
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) John Henry Mowbray of Thorncross Farm, farmer
Consid: £260 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 8 years  JER/SEL/124/14  1873 March 31

Contents:
Farms called SHEAT and TUCKERS, ps. Gatcombe and Carisbrooke I.W., 324.240a.
Schedule attached
(1) William Hinton Harvey late of Chillerton House, [p. Wootton], I.W., but now of Surbiton, Surrey, esq.
(2) James Cole of Sheat, yeoman
Consid: £530 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 14 years  JER/SEL/124/15  1881 June 11

Contents:
Messuage, farm and lands called SHEAT and TUCKERS FARMS, ps. Carisbrooke and Gatcombe, I.W., 324a. 1r. 23p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(2) James Cole of Sheat Farm, p. Gatcombe, I.W., yeoman
Consid: £450 p.a.

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/124/16  1904 September 20

Contents:
Dwellinghouse and blacksmiths shop, p. Brighstone, I.W.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(2) Job Hawker of Brighstone, I.W., inn keeper
Consid: £10 p.a.

Agreement for annual tenancy  JER/SEL/124/17  1917 December 3

Contents:
Pieces of land in p. Thorley, I.W., 80.733a.
Map attached
(1) Trustees of late Sir Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W.
(2) Frank H. Morgan of East Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W.
Consid: £31 15s. Od. p.a.

Lease for 16 years  JER/SEL/124/18  1872 December 13

Contents:
ROWBOROUGH FARM, ps. Shorwell, St. Nicholas and Carisbrooke, I.W., 413a. 2r. 10p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Rt. Hon. William Henry Ashe, Baron Heytesbury of Heytesbury, Wilts
Elizabeth Worsley, Lady Heytesbury, his wife
(2) Robert Lock of Calbourne, I.W., farmer
Consid: £275
[ex JER/510]

Lease for 21 years  JER/SEL/124/19  1869 June 19

Contents:
PLAISH FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 398a. Or. 3p.
Map and schedule attached
(1) Sir John Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) John Hillier of Plaish Farm, farmer
Consid: £400 p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 16 years  JER/SEL/124/20  1872 June 12

Contents:
IDLECOMBE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., 419a. Or. 14p.
Schedule attached
(1) Sir John Stephen Barrington Simeon of Swainston, [p. Calbourne], I.W.
(2) John Legg of Idlecombe Farm, yeoman
Consid: £365 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 6 years  JER/SEL/124/21  1873 March 31

Contents:
CHILLERTON FARM, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Shorwell, I.W., 400a. 3r. 36p.
(1) William Hinton Harvey late or Chillerton House, [p. Wootton] I.W., but now of Surbiton, Surrey, esq.
(2) William George Young late of Watchingwell, [p. Shalfleet, I.W.], but now of Chillerton, yeoman
Consid: £600 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 99 years on life of (2) below  JER/SEL/124/22  1877 February 1

Contents:
Messuage or dwellinghouse called LITTLE MOTTISTONE, piece of meadow land adjoining called BURNT HOUSE MEAD, 4a. 1r. 2p., p. Mottistone, I.W.
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Mary Renwick of Little Mottistone, widow, [d. of (1)]
Consid: Nominal

Counterpart lease for 7 years  JER/SEL/124/23  1858 February 27

Contents:
Watch house and boatman's house nearby in p. Brook, I.W.
Plan endorsed
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, esq.
(2) Commissioners of the Admiralty
Consid: £36 p.a.
Recites: Surrender of earlier lease

Counterpart lease for 50 years  JER/SEL/124/24  1865 November 2

Contents:
Piece of land with newly erected toll house at Hulverstone, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
Plan attached
(1) Charles Seely of Brook House, I.W., esq.
(2) Charles Wyatt Estcourt of Newport, I.W., gent., Clerk to Highway Commissioners
Consid: 5s. p.a.

Lease and counterpart for 99 years on 1 life  JER/SEL/124/25  1877 February 1

Contents:
Messuage or mansion house called PITT PLACE with closes of land, p. Mottistone, I.W., 107a. 2r. 23p.
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq., M.P.
(2) Henry George Browne of Pitt Place, unattached Major in the army, V.C.
Jane Anne Browne his wife [d. of (1)]
To terminate on death of Jane Anne Browne
Consid: Nominal
Lease endorsed: 1900 April 24
Surrender
[ex JER/652]

Agreement for annual tenancy  JER/SEL/124/26  1895 December 21

Contents:
House and buildings at Hulverstone, [p. Shalfleet], I.W., occ. (1)
Right to pasture 16 cows on land formerly part of BROOKE and HULVERSTONE FARMS, I.W.
(1) Charles Seely of Brooke House, I.W., esq.
(2) Joseph Trickett of Hulverstone
Consid: £128 p.a.

Counterpart lease for 15 years  JER/SEL/124/27  1854 March 1

Contents:
CHILTON FARM, ps.Mottistone and Brixton, I.W., 232a.3r.28p.
Schedule attached
(1) Emma Ward of Westhill, nr. Cowes, I.W., spinster
Charity Frances Ward of Westhill, nr. Cowes, I.W., spinster
Charlotte Ward of Westhill, nr. Cowes, I.W., spinster
Honora Sophia Ward of Westhill, nr. Cowes, I.W., spinster
(2) James White Bassett of Newport, I.W., esq.
(3) Shaftesbury Edward Walmisley of Pitt Place, p. Mottistone, gent.
consid: (1) & (2) let property to (3) for £275 p.a.

DRAFT LEASES AND MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Draft leases  JER/SEL/124A/1  1873 - 1900

1 bundle

Contents:
BANK COTTAGE, Chillerton, p. Carisbrooke, IW.
LITTLE BILLINGHAM FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W.
BOWCOMBE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
CHESSELL FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W.
CHILLERTON FARM, p. Wootton, I.W.
CHILTON FARM, p. Brighstone, I.W.
COOMBE and MARSH FARMS, p. Brighstone
CRIDMORE and LOWER RILL FARMS, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
GATCOMBE HOUSE, I.W.

Draft leases  JER/SEL/124A/2  1873 - 1899

1 bundle

Contents:
GATCOMBE MILL LANDS, I.W.
GOTTEN LEES FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W.
HILL FARM, p. Gatcombe
LITTLE PITT PLACE; p. Mottistone, I.W.
LOVERSTONE FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
NEWBARN FARM, p. Gatcombe

Draft Leases  JER/SEL/124A/3  1873 - 1920

1 bundle

Contents:
PITTPLACE, p. Mottistone, I.W.
RAMSDOWN FARM, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.
ROSLIN FARM, p. Carisbrooke
SHEAT and TUCKERS FARMS, p. Gatcombe, I.W.
STANDEN ELMS, p. Arreton, I.W.
THORNCROSS FARM, p. Brighstone, I.W.
EAST AFTON FARM, p. Freshwater, I.W.

Notices, correspondence etc., re lease of EAST AFTON FARM, [p. Freshwater], I.W.  JER/SEL/124A/4  1920 - 1927

Contents:
[Ex JER/698]

Will. Testator: Joseph Stark of Frogland, p. Carisbrooke, I.W., yeoman  JER/SEL/124A/5  1860 August 30

3 items

Contents:
Life interest in personal estate bequethed to wife, Frances Stark, then to son Joseph Stark and daughter Emily Jane Stark
[found with JER/SEL/124/7]

Agreement for sale of farm stock etc.  JER/SEL/124A/6  1861 March 30

Contents:
(1) George Booker
(2) G. Hills
Schedule of goods attached
Relates to tenancy of HULVERSTONE FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W.

Memorandum of agreement  JER/SEL/124A/7  1861 April 29

Contents:
Recounts compromise between George Hills and Charles Seely over tenancy of HULVERSTONE FARM, p. Shalfleet, I.W.

Signed undertaking  JER/SEL/124A/8  1876 January 5

Contents:
Reuben Cooper gives up all claims to cottage and land at Brook, I.W., to Sir Charles Seely of Brook House

Statements re proposed assignment of lease on GOTTENLEAZE FARM, p. Calbourne, I.W.  JER/SEL/124A/9  1877

Contents:
[found with JER/SEL/124/8]

Certificate of insurance  JER/SEL/124A/10  1882 October 31

Contents:
Covers house and carpenters shop at Hulverstone, p. Shalfleet, I.W., occ. Richard Trickett, carpenter
[found with JER/SEL/124/26]

ESTATE MANAGEMENT PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Valuations and reports, water and insurance certificates, specifications, estimates and contracts for alteration, repair and new building, working maps, etc.  JER/SEL/125/1  1873 - 1893

1 bundle

Contents:
Covers ROSLIN, RILL, LOVERSTONE, RAMSDOWN, CHILLERTON, SHEAT, HILL, NEWBARN and GARSTONS FARMS, ps. Carisbrooke, Wootton and Gatcombe, I.W., and various cottages at Gatcombe and GATCOMBE HOUSE

As JER/SEL/125/1  JER/SEL/125/2  1873 - 1877

1 bundle

Contents:
Covers BERRYBARN, COOMBE, NEWHOUSE and THORNCROSS FARMS, and various cottages, p. Brighstone, I.W.

Reports and a water certificate for cottages at BOWCOMBE and PLAISH, p. Carisbrooke, I.W.  JER/SEL/125/3  1873 - 1898

3 items

Plans for cottages  JER/SEL/125/4  1861 - 1870

1 bundle

Plans and specification for alterations to WEST BILLINGHAM FARM, p. Shorwell, I.W.  JER/SEL/125/5  1881

Inventory and valuation of fixtures at GATCOMBE HOUSE, I.W.  JER/SEL/125/6  1897 August 24

Schedule of dilapidations at GATCOMBE HOUSE, I.W.  JER/SEL/125/7  1897 August 24

SALE OF THE ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

List of lots in Brighstone and Wilmingham Estate sales with names of purchasers  JER/SEL/126/1  1926

List of lots in Gatcombe Estate sale with names of purchasers  JER/SEL/126/2  1926

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/3  1925-1928

Contents:
Re sale of Brooke Estate
Lots 2 & 11
Lot 5
Lot 14
Lot 16

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/4  1926

Contents:
Re sale of Gatcombe Estate, Part I
Lot 1
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 16, 17, 18 & 38
Lot 6
Lot 8
Lot 13
Lot 15
Lots 19 & 20
Lot 21
Lots 25, 31, 32 & 39
Lot 26
Lot 27
Lot 28

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/5  1926

Contents:
Re sale of Gatcombe Estate, Part I
Lot 30
Lot 31
Lot 32
Lot 33
Lot 34
Lots 35, 36 & 65
Lot 37
Lots 40, 42 & 54
Lots 44 & 46
Lot 48

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/6  1926

Contents:
Re sale of Gatcombe Estate, Part I
Lots 49, 50 & 56
Lot 51
Lot 55
Lots 57 & 58
Lot 60
Lot 61

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/7  1926 - 1928

Contents:
Re sale of Gatcombe Estate, Part II
Lot 1
Lots 2 - 10
Lots 11 & 12
Lot 18
Lot 19

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/8  1925

Contents:
Re sale of Brighstone Estate, Part I
Lots, 1, 10, 11, 43, 44 & 63
Lot 4
Lots 5, 47 & 48
Lots 6 & 8
Lot 7
Lot 13
Lot 14
Lots 15 & 19

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/9  1925

Contents:
Re sale of Brighstone Estate, Part I
Lot 16
Lot 17
Lots 19, 41, 42, 45 & 46
Lot 20
Lot 21
Lot 22
Lots 23 & 60

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/10  1925

Contents:
Re sale of Brighstone Estate, Part I
Lot 24
Lot 26
Lot 28
Lot 30
Lots 32, 36 & 37
Lot 34
Lot 35
Lots 39 & 40
Lot 65
Lots 66 & 67
Lot 68
Lot 69

Contracts, drafts, correspondence etc  JER/SEL/126/11  1925 - 1928

Contents:
Re sale of Brighstone Estate, Part II
Lot 1
Lots 4 & 44
Lot 5
Lot 6
Lot 7
Lot 12
Lot 20
Lot 21

Drafts, correspondence, etc., re exchange of piece of land at Afton, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/12  1925

1 bundle

Contents:
George Fletcher Jones demanded perpetual right to play golf on Afton Down as part of the settlement

Drafts, correspondence etc., re exchange of NEW INN, Brighstone and SUN INN, Hulverstone, p. Shalfleet, I.W., with Mew Langton & Co.  JER/SEL/126/13  1926

1 bundle

Drafts, correspondence etc., re sale of HUNNYHILL and GAGGERHILL FARMS, p. Brighstone, I.W., to Mr. Wallace Barton  JER/SEL/126/14  1927

1 bundle

Drafts, correspondence, etc., re conveyance and sale of bungalow and house at Afton Down, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/15  1927

1 bundle

Drafts, correspondence etc., re conveyance of piece of land at Yarmouth, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/16  1927

1 bundle

Contents:
[Ex JER/219]

Drafts, correspondence etc. re conveyance of piece of land at Afton Down, p. Freshwater, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/17  1928

1 bundle

Abstracts, opinions, correspondence etc. re sale of Brook Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/18  1925 - 1929

1 bundle

Abstracts, opinions, correspondence etc. re sale of Brook Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/19  1925 - 1927

2 bundles

Abstracts, opinions, correspondence etc. re sale of outlying portions of Brook Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/20  1907 - 1926

1 bundle

Abstracts, opinions, correspondence etc., re sale of Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/21  1916 - 1928

4 bundles

Correspondence re sale of entire Seely estate  JER/SEL/126/22  1925 - 1928

3 bundles

Maps and part of draft sale catalogue for Brighstone and Wilmingham Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/23  1925

Proof copies and maps of sale catalogue for outlying portions of the Brook Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/24  1925

Drafts, maps and proof copies etc., of sale catalogue for Gatcombe Estate, I.W.  JER/SEL/126/25  1925 - 1926

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