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Reference D1508M
Covering dates 1253 - 1964
Held by Devon Record Office
Extent 8 Sub fonds
Source of acquisition The Courtenay records have come to Devon Record Office from two sources. Collection D1508M and its additional deposits were received from Powderham Castle and the Estate Office at the castle gates, in Devon. For records received from the family's London solicitors, see collection L1508M.
Creators Courtenay family, Earls of Devon

Administrative history:
The Courtenays crossed from France to England with Eleanor, wife of Henry II, in 1152, and immediately established themselves among the most eminent families in Devon though the acquisition by marriage and descent of extensive properties in the county. The family, in the person of Hugh Courtenay, were granted the earldom of Devon in 1335. Their fortunes suffered in the Wars of the Roses with the forfeiture of the earldom, together with their estates, in 1461 and the extinguishment of the main line. However, Henry VII restored the earldom and all the former lands and honours to the next heir, Edward Courtenay of Boconnoc, in Cornwall, whose son, William, married Catherine, daughter of Edward IV. His son, Henry, a cousin of Henry VIII, created Marquis of Exeter, suffered from this relationship by attainder and execution in 1539 as a result of his opposition to Henry's dispute with the Pope over the control of the English Church, and the great estates of the elder branch of the Courtenays were lost for ever. His son was recreated earl in 1553 but died without issue. Powderham, which came to the family through marriage in the late 14th century with another eminent Devon family, the Bohuns, and was settled on a younger son of the 2nd Earl, now became the principal home of what became the main branch of the Courtenays. This family acquired a baronetcy in 1644, a viscounty in 1762, and in 1831, in the person of the 3rd Viscount, William Courtenay, the earldom of Devon was revived with him as the 9th Earl. Only the 11th Earl (1807-1888) achieved national political office, in the Poor Law Board and as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Otherwise, these Courtenays were prominent in local government and local affairs and occasionally as MPs. In 1873 the family had the third largest Devon based estate.

Contents:
Although the collections of Courtenay records in the Devon Record Office do not contain much relating to national and political events in which the Courtenay family were involved up to the mid-16th century, there are a substantial number of medieval deeds and an important secular cartulary, c.1308-1311, which document their landed power base during this period. Later estate records form the bulk of the collection and these include a valuation of the lands of the attainted Marquis of Exeter, 1539, a survey book, 1574-1640, and a fine group of 18th century surveys, maps and accounts. There are rentals, 1592-1933, letter books and correspondence, 1803-1945, accounts, ledgers and audit books, 17th century-1949, labour books, 1839-1946, manorial court rolls and books, 15th-19th centuries, leases, 16th-20th centuries, and a separate group of records relating to Irish properties. This exceptional collection of typical estate records is complemented by many other items of special interest including those relating to mining in the 19th century, the Rivers Exe and Teign and Teignmouth Harbour, 18th-20th centuries, 19th century railway development, wrecks and shipping matters, 17th-18th centuries, and parish and tithe administration, 16th-19th centuries.
TITLE
TITLE DEEDS: DEVON
TITLE DEEDS: IRELAND
MORTGAGES (in chronological order)
LEASES
DEVON
CORNWALL
IRELAND
ESTATE
Letter books
Account books
Rentals
Ledgers
Rent receipt counterfoil books
Labour books
Surveys
Miscellaneous
Correspondence
Wages sheets
Audit books
Rentals
Surveys
Maps and Plans: Main series
Maps and Plans: Series A
Maps and Plans: Series B
MANOR
FAMILY
Wills: Courtenays, relatives and others
Public Office: English statutes and Irish statutes
PARISH
SPECIAL SUBJECTS
Okehampton Park
Mining
Harbours
Transport
MOGER DEEDS



DEEDS  D1508M/T  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/Moger for early deeds calendared by Miss O Moger

DEVON  D1508M/T/D  [n.d.]

Alphington  D1508M/T/D/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/1  1784

3 items

Contents:
Serle's Cottage
Bowden to Courtenay Trust

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/2  1772

2 items

Contents:
Thorne's Cottages, two
Sobey to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/3  1785

2 items

Contents:
Scurlake Tenement
Ivie to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/4  1819

2 items

Contents:
Little Bridge Park Field and Cottage and Buckingham Cottage
Coffin to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/5  1825

2 items

Contents:
2 fields called Water Crosstishills, alias Great and Little Dolebridge and Littlehey and [...] 2 letters
Coffin to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/6  1830

Contents:
Glebelands
Rev. Ellicombe and Lord Courtenay (Exchange)

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/7  1849 - 54

6 items

Contents:
2 Closes and tenement called Old Bell alias Burgoynes
Chown and Cobley to Loram to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/8  1815 - 1854

3 items

Contents:
Listen Down Close
Acland to Copp to Nicks;
Waters to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Alphington/9  1845 - 1898

Contents:
Fee Farm Rent and Landtax on Hussey's estate in Alphington
Norton to Lambert to Ellicombe to Worthy

Abbotskerswell  D1508M/T/D/Abbotskerswell  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Abbotskerswell/1  1810

Contents:
Messuages and Fields: Middle and Lower Brake, Higher and Middle Meadow, Kilne Close
2 deeds with sale catalogue, abstract and correspondence
Cotwell to Courtenay

North Bovey  D1508M/T/D/NorthBovey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/NorthBovey/1  1736

2 items

Contents:
Court House and lands also Sanduck, Greenwell, Higher Cleeves, Eltacombe etc.
Lartgdon to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/NorthBovey/2  1858

Contents:
Conveyance of fee-farm rent in Shapley Hellion
Woods and Forests to Courtenay Trust

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/NorthBovey/3  1752 - 1876

Contents:
Deeds and papers (13+)
Wormhill
Yards to Hunt, Huxton to Codrington, Lethbridge to Coldridge to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/NorthBovey/4  1864

Contents:
Greenwill alias Grenawell and Ellacombe alias Ellycombe Prince of Eales to Earl of Devon

Braunton Abbots  D1508M/T/D/Braunton Abbots  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Braunton Abbots/1  1658

Contents:
Manor
Sir William Waller to Sir William Courtenay

Dawlish  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/T/D/Kenton

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/1  1810 - 1843

(c. 15 items)

Contents:
Cockwood in Manor of Dawlish
Gray to Ferris to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/2  1849 - 1852

2 items

Contents:
"The Greens"
Rev. Powley and others to Drew to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/3  1610 - 1716

10 items

Contents:
Coffeton, with premises in Totnes
Giles to Martin to Kendall to Rodd
Also Rodd to Weare 1714

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/4  1751 - 1796, 1805 - 1852

Contents:
Coffeton
Rodd to Trustees
12 deeds and 7 attested copies etc.
(1751-1796)

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/5  1832 - 1852

3 items

Contents:
Willesworthy, Kenton
Palk and others, Lake, Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/6  1865

2 items

Contents:
Coffeton
(With Willesworthy, Kenton)
Lake to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/7  nd


Related information: See D1508M/T/D/Powderham/2

Contents:
Smallacombe
Tripe to Tripe

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Dawlish/8  1807

Contents:
Strand and Coffeton Marsh
Fortescue - Courtenay

Exminster  D1508M/T/D/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/1  1764 - 1805

3 items

Contents:
Exemplification of Recovery and Deeds
Berry Orchard the Ley etc., Exminster Lawes to Ley-Collyns-Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/2  1791

(c.20 items)

Contents:
Deeds, leases, abstracts (1805)
Pitt
Mohun to Vivian to Collyns

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/3  1794

Contents:
Assignment of parts of Croots Cottage and other properties
Stephens and others to Courtenay: Coxe to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/4  1800

Contents:
3/8 of shop, formerly Burridge, later Harvey Cumming to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/5  1810 - 1813

3 items

Contents:
Halls Tenement
Germon, Chown, Lavice to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/6  1815 - 1844

5 items

Contents:
Marsh Row
Roberts, Cross to Bent to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/7  1847

Contents:
High Marsh Rows
Deed and Land Tax
Lord Devon to Trustees under will

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/8  1842

Contents:
Assignment of residue of £3000
Newparks
(See also under /Exminster/12)
Collings to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/9  1839 - 1866

Contents:
Oakmarsh (2 and paper)
Elliot to Devon Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/10  1850 - 1866

3 items

Contents:
Bears Marsh
Mortgage and Assignment, with administration
Chown, Kekewich to Brown to Kekewich

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/11  1796 - 1864

6 items

Contents:
Marriage Settlement, mortgages and assignments with plan
5/8 of fields near Exminster station
Bryant to Gear to Kekewich

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/12  1748 - 1866

Contents:
Mortgages and papers (11 and papers)
Carter, Hunt, Chown, Hallett, Kekewich

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/13  1873

Contents:
Agreement concerning Right of Way

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Exminster/14  1766 - 1863

26 items

Contents:
Lower, or Randall Marshrew
(With papers)
Dingle to Mountford, Fryer to Elliott, Ley to Elliot, Dingle to Elliot, Elliot to Milford, Milford to Courtenay to Trustees

Galmpton  D1508M/T/D/Galmpton  [n.d.]

Contents:
With South Huish

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Galmpton/1  1790 - 1854

(2 deeds 2 papers)

Contents:
Fairweathers and Eggbers
Holdsworth to Lidstone to Trustees

Kenton  D1508M/T/D/Kenton  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/T/D/Dawlish

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/1  1663

Contents:
Feoffment
Grist Mill and closes
Lutton to Rodd

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/2  1715

Contents:
Recovery
Cofton, land in Branscombe v. Weare

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/3  1716

3 items

Contents:
Manor
Trustees of Albermarle

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/4  1847

4 items

Contents:
Court House and Devon Arms
Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/5  1778; 1792

3 items

Contents:
Cofford Farm and Mill etc.
Norton to Dunterton; Norton, etc., to Palk

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/6  1823

Contents:
Assignment of Land Tax
£1 6s. on late various estates in manor and parish of Kenton
Knill and Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/7  1877

Contents:
Conveyance
High House etc.
Barnes and other to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/8  1799, 1858 - 1865

Contents:
Conveyance of Rent charges concerning land tax on lands purchased of Glendinning

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/9  1869

Contents:
Conveyance
Fee-farm rent (no property mentioned)
Cochran to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/10  1799 - 1865

Contents:
Certificates of redemption of land-tax and papers
Butts, Bulford, Penn, Banister, Bond and Boar
Land purchased of Bond

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Kenton/11  20 April 1893

Contents:
Sale
Lands in Kenton ("now used as Idiot Asylum")
Rev. the Earl of Devon to Bissell and others

Marlborough  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/T/D/Salcombe

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/1  1761 - 1804

6 items

Contents:
Molt etc. (Portlemouth Meadow, Cookworthy etc.)
Baker to Hawkins to Prideaux Fry to Prideaux to Strode, Bastard to Strode, Adams to Strode

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/2  1808 - 1845

7 items

Contents:
The Molt etc.
Strode to Jackson, Devon to Jackson to Devon

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/3  1850

2 items

Contents:
Farm-Baiden (part of Motherhill) and Hanjer Mill etc. (with schedule and plan)
Froude to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/4  1638 - 1870

Contents:
Thornton and Evans' Tenements at Bolberry
Dyer to Clarke
Terry to Evans to Thornton,
Dyer to Horwill, Dyer to Evans to Lidstone to Adams. Webster to Lidstone.
Adams to Jarvis to Trustees
(Mainly leases. 20)

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/5  1810

3 items

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Malborough
Sturgeon, Fortescue, Prideaux and Calvert to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/6  1833

Contents:
Lands between North and South Sands and new road, with plan
Devon to Jackson

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Marlborough/7  1857

Contents:
Contract for Sale
Lands at Woodville, on parish road at Salcombe Harbour

Manaton  D1508M/T/D/Manaton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Manaton/1  1785 - 1879

Contents:
The Deal Estate (6 deeds, 2 papers)
Pethybridge to Earl of Devon

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/T/D/Moretonhampstead  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Moretonhampstead/1  1799, 1809 - 1824

Contents:
Howton and Langhill
Dolling to Trend to Hole to Courtenay
Redemption of Landtax 1799

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Moretonhampstead/2  1837

2 items

Contents:
Exchange with plan
Small premises in Town
Hutchings and others to Bragg to Earl; Trustees to Bragg

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Moretonhampstead/3  1799 - 1875

Contents:
Landtax on W. Yalworthy

Newton Abbot  D1508M/T/D/Newton Abbot  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/T/D/Wolborough

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Newton Abbot/1  1839

5 items

Contents:
2 Houses in Newton Abbot
Neyle to Sweeting
Rendle to Sweeting
Sweeting to Trustees

[no title or date]  D1508M/T/D/Newton Abbot/2

Contents:
Newton Abbot Improvement Act
Strips of land in Newton Abbot
Subscribers of to Trustees

Powderham  D1508M/T/D/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/1  1669 - 1786

14 items

Contents:
Bean Marsh
Downe to Southcote, Downe to Hamlyn; Wade to Finney; Manley to Courtenay; Pyle to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/2  1646 - 1774

13 items

Contents:
Luccombe
Waye to Stone; Waye to Tripe; Stone to Tripe; Tripe to Perriam; Tripe to Tripe; Tripe to Goss to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/3  1775

Contents:
4 deeds and abstract of title
Westons and Luccombes
Manning to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/4  1776

Contents:
2 deeds and abstract of title
Blackland
Mole to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/5  1786, 1809

3 items

Contents:
Pykes or Peek's Tenement
Newcombe to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/6  1800

Contents:
Grant of Quit rents, various properties
Rashleigh to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/7  1851

Contents:
Umpirage of Exchange
Lands in Powderham and Exminster
Trustees and Sir John John V. Palk

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Powderham/8  1721

Contents:
Recovery
Messuage, gardens, 10 acres etc.
Challis to Londham

Tavistock  D1508M/T/D/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Tavistock/1  1828

2 items

Contents:
Exchange
Houses in Ford St. and West St.
Viscount Courtenay and Duke of Bedford

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Tavistock/2  1867

Contents:
Receipt for purchase of chief rent
Paid to Duke of Bedford

Teignmouth  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth/1  1253

Contents:
Grant of fair and market

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth/2  1807

Contents:
Award concerning boundaries of house and garden - Bella Vista
Webber and Burden

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth/3  1838

Contents:
Grant of lease of Manor of E. Teignmouth
Rev. Troyte

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth/4  1817 - 1867

3 items

Contents:
Plots, later dwelling-house, E. Teignmouth
Jordan to Criddleford to Taylor
Cousins to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Teignmouth/5  1870

Contents:
15½ perches
Wellington St. W. Teignmouth
2 deeds and paper
Rogers and others to Trustees

Whitchurch  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/1  1677

Contents:
Water-courses over West Crowndle, Anderton and Mocheldon to Brook Mills

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/2  1759 - 1795

Contents:
Tor
17 deeds, abstracts and papers
Cudlipp to Brown to Julian to Crapp to Barnacott to Whitefield to Michael to Fox, Prideaux and Hele to Simms to Parsons for Carpenter

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/3  1797 - 1874

5 items

Contents:
Lands
Vicar of Tavistock, Duke of Bedford, S. Devon Railway and Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/4  1871 - 1874

Contents:
Brook and Lower Tor
(2 deeds and 4 papers)
Refers to D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/2, 3.
Harris to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Whitchurch/5  1893

Contents:
Land in Whitchurch adj. to Great Western Railway (1 acre)
Earl of Devon to Cranch

Wolborough  D1508M/T/D/Wolborough  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/T/D/Newton Abbot

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Wolborough/1  1797 - 1853

Contents:
Bridge Marsh, Little Marsh and Little Mead
Bartlett to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Wolborough/2  1863

1 item

Contents:
Fee-farm rents from Manor and Ford
Abraham to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Wolborough/3  1871

1 item

Contents:
Field near Wolborough Church
Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Wolborough/4  1828 - 1831

3 items

Contents:
Ford
Sale
Courtenay to Wise

Place unidentified  D1508M/T/D/Unidentified  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/D/Unidentified/1  1442

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
Sir Hugh Courtenay to John Benfyz and Richard Bastard
House and garden

IRELAND  D1508M/T/I  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/1  1586

Contents:
Articles for Plantation of Munster

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/2  1593

Contents:
Letters Patent
To Henry Ughtred, Esq.
Castle of Meare etc., Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/3  1593

Contents:
Letters Patent
To Robert Strowde, Esq.
Muskereye etc., Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/4  c. 1593

Contents:
True Copy of D1508M/T/I/2

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/5  1594

Contents:
Letters Patent
To Sir William Courtenay, Kt.
Castle, town and lands of Castlenoa, alias Newcastle

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/6  1595

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. Robert Strowde of Parnham, Dorset
2. Sir Henry Ughtred of Meare, Co. Limerick
All his Irish lands

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/7  1611

Contents:
Grant
1. Trinity College, Dublin
2. Courtenay of Newcastle
Ballyrobert etc. Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/8  1613

Contents:
Feoffment
1. Sir Robert Strowde
2. Harres and others
Castles, houses, lands etc. in Munster

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/9  1617

Contents:
Grant
1. John Dowdall
2. George Courtenay of Newcastle
Kilcolman etc., Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/10  1620

Contents:
Feoffment
1. Sir Robert Strowde
2. George Ughtred Courtenay
Muskerry etc., parish of Cloneltie, Co. Limerick
(Attainted lands of Gerald Earl of Desmond)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/11  1623

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. George Ughtred Courtenay
2. Dowdall
Lands at Kiltermanleagh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/12  1625

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Dominic Roche of Limerick
Cahirleawye etc., Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/13  1627

Contents:
Grant
1. George Courtenay
2. Andrew Comyn of Limerick
Castle lands of Portrynard in parish of Templecley and of monastery of Nephelagh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/14  1629

Contents:
Feoffment
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Richard Harte
Town of Lasneshenegery

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/15  1629

Contents:
Deed Poll
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Thos. Gibbon of Co. Limerick
Lands in parish of Mohownagh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/16  1629

Contents:
Marriage Settlement for wife Katherine Gore
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Richard Harte
Lands in Town of Lasneshenegery

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/17  1639

Contents:
Feoffment
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Richard Harte
Lasneshenegery etc.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/18  1639

Contents:
?Grant of Wardship
To George Courtenay
Lands, Co, Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/18a  1640

Contents:
Feoffment
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. James Bourke
Rhine (?), Rathmack in Connolagh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/19  1641

Contents:
Assignment
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. Anthony Dowdall
Killtenanleigh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/20  1641

Contents:
Assignment
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. James Creagh
Clous-lehard

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/21  1649

Contents:
Grant
1. G.U. Courtenay
2. James Burke of Limerick
Clownibrowny

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/22  1652

Conditions of access: Not found in 1993

Contents:
Feoffment
1. Col. Francis Courtenay of Newcastle
2. Frances Durrell alias Barkeley of Croagh Kerhamore

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/23  1657

Contents:
Recovery
Francis Courtenay of Newcastle of Castles and manors of Newcastle, Meane and Bewly and ten other castles and lands

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/24  1671

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Francis Courtenay and Mary Bovey Castle of Newcastle and its lands

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/25  1671

Contents:
Counterpart of D1508M/T/I/24.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/26  1674 - 1679

Contents:
Courtenay family Settlements:
a) Irish lands to Sir G. Drake etc. for 5 sons (1674);
b) Henry Courtenay's settlement (4 deeds 1679);
c) George Courtenay's settlement (4 deeds 1679);
d) William Courtenay's settlement (4 deeds 1679);
e) Richard Courtenay's settlement (1 deed 1678)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/27  1675

Contents:
Deed Poll, Lease and Release
1. Sir W. Courtenay
2. Gerald Fitzgerald
Upper and Lower Gortnycreby

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/28  1675

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. Sir William Courtenay Bt.
2. Baggott
Ballinsley

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/29  1685

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1. Richard Courtenay, Esq. (3rd son of Sir W.)
2. Katherine Waller
Manor of Meane

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/30  1697

Contents:
Grant of Annuity for granddaughter
1. William Courtenay
2. Anne Courtenay (d. of Richard)
£200 p. a. (Engl.) out of manor of Meane etc.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/31  1714

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage
1. Sir William Courtenay of Powderham
2. Francis Annesly
Manor of Meane etc.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/32  1715

Contents:
Lease for 99 years
1. Sir William Courtenay of Powderham
2. Henry Courtenay of Okehampton
Newcastle and whole estate (Peppercorn rent)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/33  1737

Contents:
Grant of Annuity, with Agreement
1. Sir William Courtenay
2. Henry Reginald Courtenay
£1000 out of Manor of Meane etc. (Intent to extinguish entail by Act of Parliament)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/34  1737

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1. Henry Reginald Courtenay
2. Catharine Bathurst, 2nd d. of Lord B.
Under provisional disentailment by Irish Parliament

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/35  1761

Contents:
Deed to Lead Uses of a Recovery
1. Henry Reginald and William Courtenay
2. Minnit
Annuity £1000 lands in Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/36a); b)  1764

Contents:
Bargain and Sale leading to a Recovery, with Exemplification of Recovery
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Hamilton and Kane
Manors of Newcastle, Meare, and 20 castles, 1000 messuages, 3000 cottages etc.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/37  1765

Contents:
Counterpart of Conveyance to Secure Annuity for Peregrine Courtenay, 3rd son of Sir William, and Lucy his wife.
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Ilbert and trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/38  1765

Contents:
6 copies of Power of Attorney from Lord Courtenay to Chapple to pay interest on £10,000 to Drewe
(Unexecuted)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/39  1766

Contents:
Conveyance of Rent Charge by lease and Release
1. William Courtenay
2. Viscount Courtenay
£1000 from Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/40  1766

Contents:
Letters of Attorney. Articles of Agreement and Contract for Sale concerning D1508M/T/I/39.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/41  1766

Contents:
Mortgage for 2000 years
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. William Courtenay
Lands in Co. Limerick. To secure £23,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/42  1767

Contents:
Fidelity Bond
By Rev. Lock as agent and steward of Irish estates.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/43  1787

Contents:
Appointment of Steward to Irish estates William Thomas Lock

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/44  1788

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage for 500 years
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Trustees of Lord Charles Somerset's settlement
For £5000 from lands in Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/45  1789

Contents:
Exemplification of a Recovery
William Viscount Courtenay
Lands in Co. Limerick
(Good seal)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/45a  1789

Contents:
Bargain and Sale for suffering Recovery
William Viscount Courtenay
Lands in Co. Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/46  1795

Contents:
Power of Attorney to Steward
1. William Viscount Courtenay
2. William Thomas Locke and Henry Ley of Exeter
Management of Irish estate to pay mortgage debts

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/47  29-30 April

Contents:
Assignments of 1000 Yearn (2);
Grants of Rent Charge of £1000 (2);
Grant of Indemnity against Annuity
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Matthias O'Byrne of London Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/48  1801

Contents:
Grant in Fee to Indemnify
1. William Viscount Courtenay
2. Messrs. Nesbitt. Stewart and Nesbitt (against 2 annuities to George Johnston and Richard Benyon)
Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/49  2 July 1803

Contents:
Appointments of Receiver of the rents
Concerning payments of annuities of £400 and £300, with Grants of £400, £400 and £300 to Col. Clement Stafford Courtenay
Rev. William Cockburn and Mrs. Anne Brooksbank
Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/50  1807

Contents:
Deed of Indemnity
1. Viscount Courtenay and others
2. Trustees
To secure purchasers from encumbrances on the Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/51  1807

Contents:
Assignment of Annuity
1. Lady Courtenay
2. Lord Courtenay's Trustees
£10,000 granted to her from Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/52  1811

Contents:
Grant of Rentcharge
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Miss Courtenay
£1000 from Irish estates, to take effect on her marriage

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/54  1814

Contents:
Administration of Will
Matthew O'Byrne

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/55  1818

Contents:
Release of Annuity
1. Clement Strafford Courtenay and trustees
2. Viscount Courtenay and trustees Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/56  1818

Contents:
Memorial concerning annuity of £400 on Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/57  1821

Contents:
Mortgage for £20,000
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Snow and Paul
Irish estates (Detailed schedule)

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/58  1823

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage, with copy of Will (1830) and Duplicate of Deed
1. Snow and Paul
2. Burrowes
Irish estates

[no title or date]  D1508M/T/I/59

Contents:
Deed of Indemnity (not executed)
Mathew Barrington (of Dublin) concerning rents and profits of Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/60  1824

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Viscount Courtenay and others
2. Mathew Barrington
Advowson and fee-farm rents of Goagh

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/61  1824

Contents:
Release of Annuity
1. Wrottesley
2. Viscount Courtenay
£5000 on Monleana etc.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/62  1824

Contents:
Security
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. C.D.W. Terry, Esq.
£4 100 for purchasing annuity of £400 to Rev. W. Cockburn

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/63  1824

Contents:
Appointment of a Receiver for Mortgage
1. Viscount Courtenay and others
2. George Thompson
Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/64  1824

Contents:
Release of Indemnity
1. Mrs. Brookebank
2. Lord Courtenay
£300 on Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/65  1824

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
1. Buller
2. Buller and others
£4000, lands in Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/66  1824

Contents:
Copy Marriage Settlement
1. Edward Buller
2. Miss Mary Ann Manningham
Concerning Buller's mortgage on Limerick lands

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67  1825

Contents:
Sale of Chief Rents
1. Wilkinson
2. Warrenn
Ballyroan, Co. Limerick, land originally Courtenay's

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67a  1828

Contents:
Deed of Covenant
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Ayshford Wise
Irish Estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67b  1828

Contents:
Appointment of receiver under Mortgage
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Ayshford Wise
Irish estate

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67c  1828

Contents:
Charge with payment of £11,000
1. Viscount Courtenay
2. Ayshfordwise
Irish estate

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67d  1837

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage on marriage
1. Aishford Wise
2. M.L. Booth
Irish estate

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/67e  1843

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees of mortgage on marriage of Wise and Booth

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/68  1852

Contents:
Disclaimer
By Viscount Beresford of the trust estate of late Col- Thomas Burrowes.
Concerns Mortgaged estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/69  1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
1. Hon. Mrs. Burrowes
2. Assurance Co.
£23,077 on Irish estates of Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/69a  1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage, £11,000
1. Phillips and Salt
2. Guardian Assurance
Irish Estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/70  1853

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
1. Patten
2. Assurance Co.
£4000 on Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/71  1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
1. Charman and others
2. Kekewich for E. of D.
Townlands of Ardnacroihy, Ballinoulla, Ballykenny Camas, in Newcastle town.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/72  1862

Contents:
Re conveyance
1. Trustees
2. Kekewich
As D1508M/T/I/71

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/73  1874

Contents:
Appointment of Receiver of estates of Earl of Devon.
1. Earl of Devon and others
2. Curling
Irish estates

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/74  1875

Contents:
Release of Life Interest
1. Honywood
2. Earl of Devon
Advowson of Mahoonagh, Newcastle and Monegay, dioc. of Limerick

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/75  1875

Contents:
Appointment of Compensation
1. Earl of Devon and trustees
2. Earl of Devon
As D1508M/T/I/74.

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/76  1913

Contents:
Conveyance
1. Earl of Devon and mortgagees
2. Mrs. Danaher
Lands in Chapel Lane Newcastle

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/77  1925

Contents:
Agreement for Sale
1. Earl of Devon
2. Leonard
Land in Cullinagh Newcastle

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/78  1930

Contents:
Agreement for Sale
1. Earl of Devon
2. Curling
Castle Demesne

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/79  1931

Contents:
Agreement for Sale
1. Earl of Devon
2. Newcastle Town Commissioners
Tolls and Markets

[no title]  D1508M/T/I/80  nd

Contents:
Memorial (not executed)
1. Earl of Devon
2. Barrington
Concerning purchase of advowson Croagh and of fee farm rents.

MORTGAGES  D1508M/T/Mortgages  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/1  1 April 1662

Contents:
Mortgage
Kenton, Revelstoke, Yealmpton, Brixton
Hungerford and Warr to Pierrepont. £6,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/2  26 Dec. 1664

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Kenton, Revelstoke, yealmpton, Brixton
Pierrepont and Hungerford to Coney. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/3  30 May 1666

Contents:
Mortgage
Kenton, Revelstoke, Yealmpton, Brixton
Pierrepont and Coney to Waller and Hungerford. £6,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/4  20 May 1672

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Ellis and Waller to Baynes and Hungerford. £6,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/5  1677

Contents:
Lease for 99 years
Lands in Manor of Kenton
Duke of Albermarle to Bande

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/6  15 April 1686

Contents:
Deed to lead the Uses of a Fine
Wembury, Exminster, Manaton, Kenton, Powderham etc.
Albemarle etc., Stringer

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/7  15 and 16 July 1686

4 items

Contents:
Lease and Release, with bond and receipt
Wembury, Exminster, Manaton, Kenton, Powderham etc.
Albemarle to Earl of Bedford. £10,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/8  16 July 1686

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Manor and Kenton
Albemarle and Baynes to Bedford. £10,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/9  6 Aug. 1687

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage and Release
Kenton and Exminster
Bedford and Fox to Trustees of. £10,250

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/10  20 Aug. 1687

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage and Receipt
Manor of Kenton
Albemarle to Hales and Charleton. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/11  26 Aug. 1687

Contents:
Mortgage
Kenton and Exminster
Albemarle to Longueville. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/12  23 Oct. 1688

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Kenton and Exminster
Longueville to Keck. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/13  1 July 1692

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Kenton
Keck to Naylor. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/14  11 May 1697

Contents:
Assignment
Willowbeare, Newton Abbot
Knight to Whiteway. £50

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/15  5 March 1707/8

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Keck and Naylor to 6 Clerks of Chancery. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/16  6 April 1714

Contents:
Release
Pierrepont to Cheyne. £900

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/17  3 May 1716

4 items

Contents:
Mortgage counterpart, etc.
Kenton
Executor of Albemarle to Addis. £13,200

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/18  3 May 1716

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or life of Courtenay
Ford, Wolborough
Sir W. Courtenay to Addis.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/19  1718

Contents:
Acknowledgment and receipt for £58 and £5 interest
Courtenay to Hull

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/20  2 Nov. 1723

Contents:
Acquittance for £1,200 for interest on Mortgage
Kenton
Addis

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/21  1723

Contents:
Second Mortgage
Kenton
Courtenay to Addis. £1,250

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/22  1 April 1725

Contents:
Collateral security concerning Addis Mortgage
Kenton

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/23  30 Nov. 1725

2 items

Contents:
Further Mortgages
Manor of Kenton
W. Courtenay to Addis. £3,899

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/24  1728

Contents:
Further Mortgages (2, not executed)
Manor of Kenton
Courtenay to Addis

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/25  30 July 1734

2 items

Contents:
Covenant and Counterpart to accept interest at 4%
Addis to Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/26  1 March 1734/5

Contents:
Further Mortgage and Counterpart
Kenton
Courtenay to Addis. £1,501

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/27  1 June 1738

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Courtenay to Addis. £7,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/28  1 June 1738

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Courtenay to Addis. £1,600

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/29  1738

Contents:
Transferred Mortgage, head rents
Kenton
Crapp to Slocombe. £65

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/30  25 March 1746

4 items

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Kenton
Addis and Sir W. Courtenay to Archer. £7,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/31  10 June 1746

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Alphington
Fynes and others to Feild. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/32  25 Aug. 1747

Contents:
Mortgage
Bosoms Ground, Malborough
Baker to Wood. £100

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/33  7 May 1750

Contents:
Mortgage
Meldon in Okehampton
Sir W. Courtenay to Chuter. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/34  3 Dec. 1751

Contents:
Mortgage and Counterpart
Willowbeare, Newton Abbot
Rundle to Wills. £80

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/35  31 March 1752

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Marshrewe in Exminster
Westcott to Townsend. £50

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/36  16 and 17 Dec. 1751

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Further Mortgage
Alphington Manor
Lloyd, Trustee, and Sir W. Courtenay to Baring. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/37  16 March 1752

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Kenton etc.
Archer to Ley. £7,280

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/38  12 Oct. 1753

Contents:
Further Charge
Alphington and Scotchland
Courtenay to Baring. £1,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/39  29 Sept. 1757

2 items

Contents:
Mortgage
Honiton and Exminster
Courtenay to Sclater. £2,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/40  16 March 1758

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Kenton, Manor
Archer to Bertie. £5,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/41  12 Jan 1758

Contents:
Second Mortgage (with fine etc.)
Willowbeare, Newton Abbot
Rundle to Wills. £40

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/42  8 Nov. 1758

Contents:
Mortgage
Kenton
Norton to Marwood. £232 5s.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/43  27 Dec. 1763

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
2/3 of S. March Exminster
Nosworthy and Robinson to Bartrum. £100

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/44  26 March 1764

2 items

Contents:
Mortgage
Moretonhampstead and Thurlestone
Viscount Courtenay to Trehawke. £10,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/45  4 July 1764

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Cofford etc. in Kenton and Dawlish
Marwood and Norton to Vowler. £450

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/46  19 Jan 1763

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage
S. Huish
Viscount Courtenay to Portbury and Furlong. £2,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/47  9 Sept. 1765

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage and Assignment
Alphington
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Baring and her trustees. £7,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/48  13 Nov. 1765

Contents:
Further Charge
Malborough
Viscount Courtenay to Fynes. £750

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/49  5 March 1765

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgages with Release etc.
Honiton and Exminster
Viscount Courtenay to Sclater. £2500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/50  11 May 1765

Contents:
Mortgage
Bolbury Beauchamp Salcombe and Campton
Viscount Courtenay to Chute. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/51  19 Jan. 1767

2 items

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Kenton
Vowler and Norton to Stephens and Paddon

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/52  5 March 1767

Contents:
Counterpart of Transfer of Mortgage
Alphington
Baring Viscount Courtenay to Short and Short. £7,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/53  5 Sept. 1767

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage, with bond
Braunton and Honiton
Viscount Courtenay to Acland. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/54  19 May 1769

Contents:
Further Charge to raise
Dawlish etc.
Norton to Stephen and Paddon. £600

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/55  20 June 1770

2 items

Contents:
Original and Counterpart Mortgage
Barton of Exwell
Viscount Courtenay to Trehawke. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/56  29 June 1771

Contents:
Further Charge of
Kenton
Norton to Parron. £100 to £600

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/57  20 Nov. 1772

Contents:
Counterpart Transfer of Mortgage
Manor of S. Huish
Furling and Viscount Courtenay to Chute. £2,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/58  2 Feb. 1773

Contents:
Further Charge of
Kenton
Norton to Paddon. £100 to £700

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/59  19 June 1773

Contents:
Mortgage
Down Parks etc., Dawlish
Norton to Packford. £150

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/60  27 Nov. 1773

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Moiety of Rock, Powderham
Triggs to Ley for Courtenay. £300

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/61  23 March 1774

Contents:
Mortgage
Gobbsland and S. Marsh. Exminster
Bartrum to Westcott. £150

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/62  20 July 1774

Contents:
Transfer and Ratification of Mortgage
Kenton Dawlish and Littleham
Paddon and Norton to Binford. £900

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/63  20 July 1774

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Long and Gt. Orchard, Exeberries and Windgates in Dawlish
Packford and Norton to Binford. £200

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/64  20 Jan. 1776

Contents:
Conveyance and Ratification of Mortgage
Kenton, Dawlish and Littleham
Binford and Norton to Duntze. £1,800

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/65  20 Jan 1776

Contents:
Grant and Confirmation of Mortgage
Long and Gt. Orchard. Exberries and Windgates in Dawlish
Binford and Norton to Duntze. £300

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/66  31 Jan. 1778

Contents:
Counterpart Further Mortgage
Alphington
Viscount Courtenay to Short. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/67  9 Nov. 1779

Contents:
For 1 year (? to a Mortgage)
Kenton
Norton to Cunningham-Saunders.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/68  26 July 1780

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Willowbeare in Newton Abbot
Smerdon to Matthew. £112 7s 6d

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/69  28, 29 Sept. 1781

2 items

Contents:
Mortgage and bond
Colaton Prawle Bolberry Allen
Viscount Courtenay to Acland. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/70  6 March 1783

Contents:
Counterpart Mortgage
Wolborough etc.
Viscount Courtenay to Glasse. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/71  25 July 1783

Contents:
Mortgage
2 fields in Kenton
John Towill to Beard. £90

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/72  15 Jan. 1785

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Manors of Alphington and Scotchland
Short and Viscount Courtenay to Pitman and others. £7,000 and £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/73  26 Dec. 1785

Contents:
Assignment for residue of 1000 years
Fields and lands - Crapsland
Beard and Towill to Viscount Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/74  10 Jan. 1786

2 items

Contents:
Assignment of Transfer of Mortgage
Braunton
Trustees and Viscount Courtenay to Chute. £5,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/75  16 and 17 July 1788

Contents:
Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Viscount Courtenay to Ley. £11,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/76  16 and 17 July 1788

Contents:
Declaration of D1508M/T/Mortgages/75.
Property of Blackall
Ley to Blackall. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/77  25 March 1791

2 items

Contents:
Transfer and Confirmation of Mortgage
Exwell
Trustees of late Lord Courtenay to John Ley. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/78  25 March 1791

2 items

Contents:
Transfer and Confirmation of Mortgage
Moreton and Thurlestone
Trustees to Newcombe. £12,400

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/79  25 March 1791

2 items

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Alphington
Ley, Courtney and Trustees to Pitman. £11,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/80  11 May 1791

2 items

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Bolberry Beauchamp, Salcombe, Galmpton
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Godrington. £5,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/81  10 Jan. 1792

2 items

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Braunton Abbas, Colaton Prawle and Bolberry Allen
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Codrington. £5,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/82  11 Feb. 1792

2 items

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Alphington
Viscount Courtney to Pitman. £5,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/83  11 Feb. 1792

2 items

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Moreton and Thurlestone
Viscount Courtenay to Newcombe. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/84  6 March 1792

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Wolborough
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Exors. of Glass. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/85  1792

2 items

Contents:
Mortgage
E. Sewer, Ilton and Collapit
Viscount Courtenay to Downman and Ley. £3,922

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/86  23 Jan 1793

Contents:
Mortgage
Long and Gt. Orchard, Exeberries etc. in Dawlish
Salisbury to Woolcombe. £250

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/87  27 April 1793

2 items

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Alphington
Viscount Courtenay to Pitman. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/88  17 July 1793

2 items

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Kenton
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Baker. £11,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/89  29 Sept. 1794

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Alphington
Lord Courtenay to Pitman. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/90  11 Nov. 1795

2 items

Contents:
Release in Fee
North Pool and Portlemouth
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Baker. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/91  12 Jan. 1796

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Moreton Thurlestone
Viscount Courtenay to Newcombe. £1,600

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/92  19 April 1797

2 items

Contents:
Release in Fee
Manor of Cheverstone
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Churchill. £1,300

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/93  19 May 1797

2 items

Contents:
Demise of 3/8 of (and 5/8 mortgage)
Crablake in Exminster
Lord Courtenay to Wreford. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/94  23 Aug. 1797

2 items

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Alphington
Lord Courtenay to Exors. of Pitman. £4,425

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/95  23 March 1799

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Wills's Marshes Exminster.
Allen to Collyns.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/96  1800

Contents:
Mortgage
Wolborough
Viscount Courtenay Trustees to Lord Loughborough and Trustees. £12,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/97  25 March 1802

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Courtenay to John Ley. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/98  25 March 1802

Contents:
Further Mortgage
Barton of Exwell
Courtenay to John Ley. £1,961

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/99  17 April 1802

Contents:
Further Charge
Moreton and Thurlestone
Courtenay to Newcombe. £1,550

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/100  25 March 1803

Contents:
Release in Fee (Mortgage)
Whitchurch
Viscount Courtenay to Rev. Churchill. £5000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/102  1803

Contents:
Release for Sale
Whitchurch Tavistock Tamerton, Lamerton
Viscount Courtenay to Rev. Churchill.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/103  17 - 18 Aug 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release
Release of Trust (with list of mortgages, debts, etc.)
Viscount Courtenay to Trustees.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/104  23 Nov. 1804

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
Powderham
Courtenay Devisees. £8,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/105  6 March 1805

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
N. Pool and Portlemouth
Baker to Newcombe.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/106  20 May 1805

Contents:
Lease for year
Manor of Powderham
Trustees to William Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/107  22 May 1805

Contents:
Lease for year
Manor of Powderham
Trustees to William Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/108  1 Oct. 1805

Contents:
Release and Assignment
Lands in Exminster
Lord Courtenay to Trustees.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/109  10 May 1806

Contents:
Appointment of New Trustee (copy)
John Erskine.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/110  12 May 1806

Contents:
Reassignment of Chattle Interest
William Courtenay to Viscount Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/111  18 Aug. 1806

Contents:
Mortgage
Manors of Bolberry Beauchamp
Viscount Courtenay to Parr. £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/112  22 March 1808

Contents:
Release of lands to Trustees
Ireland and England
Somers and others to Trustees.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/113  18 April 1808

Contents:
Confirmation of Mortgage
Viscount Courtenay to Sclater. £2,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/114  29 and 30 Aug. 1808

Contents:
Lease, Release and Renunciation by John Erskine
Trustees to Will. Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/115  29 Sept. 1806

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Southdon and Crablake. Exminster
Wreford and Trustees to Troyte. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/116  11 and 12 Jan. 1811

Contents:
Lease and Release in Trust for Uses
?Whole Estate
Viscount Courtenay to Henry Wrottesley.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/117  22 Feb. 1814

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Barton of Exwill
Ley to Troyte. £5,900

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/118  1 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Confirmation of estates by lease and release to New Trustees
? Barton of Exwill
John Baring.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/119  6 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Lease and Mortgage
Bovey Tracey
Trustees of Courtenay to Smith. £2,000 to £10,494

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/120  6 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Deed of Covenant to produce deeds
Trustees of Courtenay to Smith.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/121  29 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Lease and Release Mortgaged estate to New trustee
Alphington
Acland to Lord George Thynne (trustee).

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/122  29 Sept. 1814

Contents:
2 Assignments of Mortgages for 1000 years
Barnes to Pidsley.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/123  8 June 1818

Contents:
Release and Covenant concerning Mortgage and Further Charge for £19,550
Moretonhampstead, Thurlestone
Courtenay and Trustees to Newcombe.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/124  8 June 1818

Contents:
Mortgage, late Dr. Baker, now Newcombe
N. Pool, Portlemouth Malborough
Courtenay and Trustees to Newcombe. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/125  8 Sept. 1818

Contents:
Covenant to produce Title Deeds of Chowne deceased
The Old Bell, fields etc. ?in Alphington
Chowne and Lear (nee Chowne).

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/126  25 Nov. 1818

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Manor of Kenton
Blackall to Blackall. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/127  11 July 1820

Contents:
Lease and Release of freeholds
Kenton Cofford Mill and Farm
Lady Palk to Sir Laurence Palk.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/128  22 and 23 Sept. 1820

Contents:
Lease, Release and Bond of Indemnity
Cofford Farm Kenton
Palk to Acland.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/129  24 and 25 Aug. 1821

Contents:
Mortgage (transferred to Hon. William Courtenay 1853)
Manaton
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to William Courtenay and others. £2 623

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/130  2 April 1822

Contents:
Lease for a year and Mortgage (with deed of covenant to produce deeds) with bond
Bovey Town, N. Bovey
Viscount Courtenay and trustees to Rev. Courtenay and Row. £1 500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/131  11 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Appointment, release and assignment
Devon and Ireland
Viscount Courtenay and Mr. Wilkinson.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/132  11 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Lease and Release and assignment, lands of Viscount Courtenay purchased since 1803
Devon and Ireland
Viscount Courtenay and Mr. Wilkinson.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/133  14 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Mortgage
Part of N. Bovey
Viscount Courtenay to Hon. Elizabeth Courtenay. £5,247

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/134  1 Jan. 1824

Contents:
Original and Counterpart Charge
Alphington, Kenton, Wolborough, Moreton, Chiverston and Whitestone
Viscount Courtenay to Pidsley. £25.000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/135  2 July 1824

Contents:
Mortgage
Manors and Boro' E. Teignmouth
Viscount Courtenay and Trustees to Troyte. £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/136  18 July 1826

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Codrington and Ley to Codrington.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/137  4 Nov. 1834

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 years and Conveyance
Manors of Alphington and Scotchland
Ley as (Representatives of Pitman) to Pitman. £29,425

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/138  18 May 1835

Contents:
Lease and Mortgage
3 Fields in Alphington
Lear to Gidley. £60

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/139  23 March 1836

Contents:
Assignment of Bond of Indemnity
Cofford Mill and Farm Kenton
Acland and others to Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/140  23 March 1836

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release to uses of Earl of Devon, with plan
Cofford Mill and Farm Kenton
Acland and others to Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/141  21 July 1836

Contents:
Charge on Earl of Devon's estates
Earl of Devon to Morland. £13,809

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/142  3 Aug. 1836

Contents:
Mortgage
Messuage and 3 closes in Alphington
Lear to Kingdon. £350

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/143  16 Feb

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds
Cofford Mill and Farm, Kenton
Palk to Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/144  26 April 1837

Contents:
Further Charge
Lear to Kingdon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/145  8 June 1837

Contents:
Assignment of legacy
Woods to Phillips.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/146  14 Sept. 1837

Contents:
Further Charge
Lear to Kingdon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/147  8 Feb. 1838

Contents:
Deed Poll of Pidsley confirming leases granted by Earl of Devon
Pidsley.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/148  9 March 1838

Contents:
Further Charge
Lear to Kingdon. £200

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/149  1838

Contents:
Mortgage
Devon Estate
Viscount Courtenay and trustees to Barens. £5,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/150  30 Nov. 1838

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage under Act
Devon Estates
Earl of Devon to Sir T.D. Acland and West of England Insurance. £20,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/151  13 April 1839

Contents:
Further Charge
Lear to Kingdon. £100

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/152  17 March 1841

Contents:
Assignment, Conveyance etc.
Whitestone, Whitchurch, Tamerton, Lamerton, Tavistock
Rev. Troyte and Churchill and others. £3,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/153  6 April 1841

Contents:
Lease and Transfer of Mortgage
Part of Bovey Town N. Bovey
Hon. Charles C. to Brutton. £1,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/154  25 June 1842

Contents:
Assignment of Insurance policy
Earl of Devon, etc. to Shadwell. £3,300

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/155  10 Jan. 1843

Contents:
Security by Demise of estates under Private Act to secure repayment
1. Earl of Devon,
2. Heirs,
3. Kekewich Wilkinson
4. Langstone and Blomefield and Rev. Bartler. £20,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/156  1 Sept. 1843

Contents:
Further Security
Earl of Devon, etc. to Brutton. £7,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/157  23 Aug. 1844

Contents:
Conveyance, Lear and his Mortgagee to Uses of Will of Earl of Devon
3 closes in Alphington
Lear to Trustees.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/158  11 July 1845

Contents:
Transfer of Part of Mortgage, part of
Kenton
Blackall to Ley. £2,000
£11,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/159  20 Aug. 1845

2 items

Contents:
Mortgage and Security
(Pepys estate)
Earl of Devon etc. General Reversionary Co. £47,313

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/160  8 July 1846

Contents:
Confirmation of mislaid Mortgage
N. Bovey. £5,247

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/161  30 March 1846

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Chiverstone
Pidsley to Acland, etc. £1,300

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/162  2 Sept. 1846

Contents:
Transfer and confirmation of Mortgage
N. Bovey
Hon. Eliz. Courtenay to Earl of Devon. £5,247

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/163  19 May 1847

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Salcombe etc.
Kitson, Parr and others to W. of England Insurance Co. £5,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/164  24 July 1847

Contents:
Security
Devon and Ireland
Earl of Devon etc. to Brutton. £10,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/165  24 July 1847

Contents:
Indemnity
Earl of Devon to Lord Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/166  18 May 1849

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
N. Bovey
Brutton to Woolmer and Co. £1,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/167  20 Dec. 1848

Contents:
Assignment of Insurance
Earl of Devon to Brutton

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/168  21 June 1849

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
W. Alvington and Malborough
Representatives of Codrington to Hon. George Fortescue. £3,922

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/169  1 July 1849

Contents:
Assignment for payment of debts (Bankruptcy)
Lord Courtenay to Lake. £1,640

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/170  1 July 1849

Contents:
Assignment of Insurance policy
Earl of Devon to Lake

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/171  22 March 1850

Contents:
Assignment of
Devon
Earl of Devon and Lady Morland to Morland. £4,000, part of £12,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/172  19 April 1850

Contents:
Minutes of Directors of General Reversionary Investment Co.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/173  20 April 1850

Contents:
General Reversionary Investment Co.
Devon Estates
Trustees to New Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/174  11 May 1850

Contents:
Re-assignment of mortgage under will of Earl of Devon
Reversionary Investment Co. to Viscount Courtenay and Lake

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/175  16 May 1850

Contents:
Re-conveyance of Securities
Brutton to Lake

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/176  11 May 1850

Contents:
Re-conveyance
Pepys Estate
Trustees of Gen. Insurance Co. to Lake

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/177  20 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage on late Earl of Devon's estate
Hon. George Fortescue to Guardian Assurance. £3,922

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/178  20 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of security
Lord Courtenay to Guardian Assurance. £2,623

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/179  24 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of securities on Earl of Devon's lands
England and Ireland
Executors of Morland to Guardian Assurance. £13,809 and £1.369

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/180  27 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage, Earl of Devon's lands
England and Ireland
West of England Insurance Co. to Guardian Assurance. £43,900

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/181  27 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Earl of Devon and others to Guardian Assurance. £5,247

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/182  28 Jan. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Bovey Farm
Woolmer and others to Guardian Assurance. £1,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/183  2 Feb. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Devon
Harvey and Earl of Devon to Guardian Assurance. £2,623

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/184  3 Feb. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Exwell Barton etc.
Acland as exor. of Troyte to Guardian Assurance. £14,461

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/185  3 Feb. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Devon
L. Parker to Guardian Assurance. £23,950

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/186  8 Feb. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage with Deed of Covenant to produce deeds
Devon
Pitman to Guardian Assurance. £29,425

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/187  16 Feb. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Devon
Lady Frances Ley to Guardian Assurance. £11,000 and £3,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/188  14 April 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
Devon
Buce to Guardian Assurance. £8,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/189  23 April 1853

Contents:
Assignment of legacy of under will of late Earl
Phillips to Guardian Assurance. £4,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/190  19 Dec. 1853

Contents:
Transfer of Securities
Earl of Rosslyn and others to Guardian Assurance. £6 000, £6,000, £4,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/191  27 May 1857

Contents:
Mortgage for (transferred to Guardian Fire Assurance 1859)
Lord Courtenay and Mr. Edward Courtenay to Marrison, Lake and others. £22,500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/192  12 Dec. 1857

Contents:
Assignment of rent charge and insurance
Hon. Baldwin Courtenay - Caldwell and others. £2,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/193  13 Dec. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of reversionary rent on an insurance (Assigned to Guardian Assurance 1859)
Hon. Edward Courtenay to H. Cobb, Esq. £500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/194  13 Dec. 1858

Contents:
Mortgage to secure Mortgage transferred 1859 to Guardian Assurance
Lord Courtenay and Hon. Edward Courtenay to Harrison. £6,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/195  14 Dec. 1858

Contents:
Deed to secure to Hon. Edward
Lord Courtenay and Hon. Edward Courtenay. £1 200

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/196  14 Dec. 1858

Contents:
Deed for repayment of Succession Duty
Lord Courtenay and Hon. Edward Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/197  10 July 1859

Contents:
Re-assignment
Devon and Ireland
Executors Brutton-Lake

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/198  2 Sept. 1859

Contents:
Assignment of Policies of Assurance
Lake to Guardian Assurance

[no title or date]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/199

Contents:
Re mortgages
Whole Estate
Earl of Devon and Lord Courtenay. £106,000, £10,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/200  12 Sept. 1859

Contents:
Transfer of debt and Securities
Caldwell and others-Cobb. £1,250

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/201  22 Nov. 1859

Contents:
Release and Assignment
Wood and another Earl of Devon. £3500

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/202  1 Dec. 1859

Contents:
Release of Mortgage
Trustees West of England Insurance Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/203  Dec. 1859

Contents:
Deed appointing receivers of estates
Ireland
Lord Courtenay and Hon. Edward Courtenay to Stewart and Kincaid

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/204  Dec. 1859

Contents:
Deed appointing receivers of estates
England
Earl of Devon and Lord Courtenay to Parkin and Pagdon

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/205  1 Jan. 1866

Contents:
Conveyance under Guardians' Mortgage of 1859
Coffeton, Wilsworthy, Kenton
Kekewich to Guardian Assurance

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/206  24 June 1868

Contents:
Covenant for increase of interest
Devon and Ireland
Earl of Devon - Guardian Assurance. £315,210

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/207  1872

Contents:
Agreement to continue Mortgage of 1859
England and Ireland
Representative of Earl of Devon to Guardian Fire Assurance. £280,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/208  1874

Contents:
Conveyance (In Chancery, Kekewich v. Earl of Devon)
Whitchurch and Tavistock (Higher and Lower Tor, Brook Estate)
Duke of Bedford and Trustees to Trustees of Earl of Devon. £225,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/209  1887

Contents:
Agreement to continue Mortgage of 1859 for
England and Ireland
Earl of Devon to Guardian Assurance. £225,000

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/210  14 Jan. 1890

Contents:
Agreement
Guardian Assurance - Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/211  10 April 1890

Contents:
Release of Moneys under 8 policies
General Estates
Benyon and others to Guardian Assurance

[no title]  D1508M/T/Mortgages/212  1894

Contents:
Agreements as to sale and payment of incumbrancies; also Statutory Declaration
Schedule of properties
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance etc. and Rev. the Earl of Devon

LEASES  D1508M/L  [n.d.]

DEVON  D1508M/L/D  [n.d.]

Alphington  D1508M/L/D/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Alphington/1  1760

Contents:
Courtenay - Fynes
Part Hussey

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Alphington/2  1833

Contents:
Courtenay - Mayne
Hussey's tenement
3 lives

Bovey, North  D1508M/L/D/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/North Bovey/1  1590

Contents:
Davie - Fawell
Thornpark (manor of S. Teign)
99 years 12s.

Colaton Prawle  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/1  1786

Contents:
Courtenay - Evans
5 closes
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/2  1813

Contents:
Trustees - Jackson
North Sands meadow
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/3  1813

Contents:
Trustees - Jackson
Doe Hill
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/4  1816

Contents:
Tuckerman - Jackson
Assignment part Bastard's, North Sands

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/5  1818

Contents:
Trustees - Jackson
Part Bastard's
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/6  1830

Contents:
Courtenay - Cartwright
North Sands meadow
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Colaton Prawle/7  1830

Contents:
Courtenay - Cartwright
Doehill
99 years

Kenton  D1508M/L/D/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Kenton/1  1691

Contents:
Crapp - Branscombe
Assign: Rodepark Moor, Broomeclose, Frenchslade alias Coffor Mill Grounds

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Kenton/2  1706

Contents:
Crapp - Branscombe
Assignment: Cofford Meadow, Cofford Moor, Great Grange, Little Grange, tenement of six acres in Cofford, Rodepark, Rodepark Moor, Broomeclose and Frenchslade alias Coffor Mill Grounds

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Kenton/3  1811

Contents:
Courtenay - Corbyn
Blake's tenement etc.
7 years

Malborough  D1508M/L/D/Malborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Malborough/1  1807

Contents:
Bastard - Snowdon
House etc. in manor Shabbacombe
3 lives

Portlemouth  D1508M/L/D/Portlemouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Portlemouth/1  1813

Contents:
Trustees - Jackson
Hurls Wood
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Portlemouth/2  1829

Contents:
Courtenay - Cartwright
Vincent's
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Portlemouth/3  1830

Contents:
Courtenay - Cartwright
Hurls Wood Brake
99 years

Powderham  D1508M/L/D/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Powderham/1  1812

Contents:
Courtenay - Coodridge
Battiscombes
14 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Powderham/2  1870

Contents:
Devon - Drewe
Lands in Powderham Park
6 years, plan

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Powderham/3  1894

Contents:
Devon - Bradshaw
Grant of sporting rights
Powderham
Corr. 1905

Teignmouth  D1508M/L/D/Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Teignmouth/1  1755

Contents:
Feoffees of West Teignmouth-Burwell
Georges Garden
99 years

Whitchurch  D1508M/L/D/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Whitchurch/1  1850

Contents:
Courtenay - Neal
Waste ground Rixhill
99 years

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Whitchurch/2  1878

Contents:
Neal - Collacott
Waste ground, Rixhill
Assignment

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Whitchurch/3  1888

Contents:
Collacott etc. - Bowhay
Part waste at Rixhill
Re-assignment

[no title]  D1508M/L/D/Whitchurch/4  1888

Contents:
Collacott etc. - Westcott
Part waste at Rixhill
Re-assignment

Cornwall  D1508M/L/C  [n.d.]

Sheviock  D1508M/L/C/Sheviock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/C/Sheviock/1  1649

Contents:
Bond - Harry
Tredrossell parish Sheviock
99 years

IRELAND  D1508M/L/I  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/1  1724

Contents:
Ballygweel (property no 3)
Brudenell
3 lives £6 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/2  1750

Contents:
Ballintubrid (property no 10)
Bourke
30 years £120 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/3  1717

Contents:
Camus and Ballyregan (property no 18)
Pyne
21 years £90 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/4  1717

Contents:
Counterpart, Property no 18. (see D1508M/L/I/3)

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/5  1722

Contents:
Camus and Ballyregan (property no 18)
Pyne
21 years £90 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/6  1749

Contents:
Camus (property no 18)
Hiffernan
31 years £240 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/7  1717

Contents:
Coolenorane, Clonegulleen and Killmurry (property no 22)
Rose
21 years £167 13s p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/8  1749

Contents:
Drumadda (property no 35)
Lacy
31 years £250 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/9  1750

Contents:
Glenquin (property no 40)
Lacy
31 years £125 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/10  1730

Contents:
Ballynalagha (property no 41)
Scanlan
21 years £100 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/11  1730

Contents:
Counterpart Property no 41. (See D1508M/L/I/10)

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/12  1749

Contents:
Lissurland (property no 47)
Lacy
31 years £19 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/13  1717

Contents:
Rathana (property no 50)
Lloyd
21 years £120 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/14  1749

Contents:
Rathcaghill (property no 51)
Lacy
31 years £160 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/15  1717

Contents:
Ruscaghmore, North South (property no 53)
Doe
21 years £130 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/16  1749

Contents:
Treneera, part of Ardnacroghy (property no 57)
Hiffernan
31 years £32 10s. p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/17  1750

Contents:
Templelea (property no 58)
Bourke
31 years £230 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/18  1730

Contents:
Teernamart (property no 72)
Sprigg
21 years 5s p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/19  1717

Contents:
Mahownagh, Ballyregan. Killreedy, Ballynakill (property no 87)
Darcy
21 years £152 10 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/20  1717

Contents:
Carnard, Gurteens and Burgess (property no 97)
Bourk
21 years £96 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/21  1717

Contents:
Counterpart of Property no. 97. (See D1508M/L/I/20)

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/22  1726

Contents:
Carnard, Gurteens and Burgess (property no 97)
Garvain
21 years £96 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/23  1711

Contents:
Ballynoe, Coolbane and Gurteenling
Pyne
41 years 20s. p.a. (after end to follow of current 21 lease)

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/24  1749

Contents:
Shanagarry
Harnett
31 years £56 5s

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/25  nd

Contents:
Blank form

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/26  1649

Contents:
Meane Castle, town and estate
William Courtenay of Newcastle to Edmund Fitzgerald of Cork
31 years £60 p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/27  1866

Contents:
Castleview, Newcastle
Rev. Smith
31 years £77 14s p.a.

[no title]  D1508M/L/I/28  1907

Contents:
National School, Templeglantine
Commissioners of Nat. Ed.
99 years £202 (Cons.)

ESTATE  D1508M/E  [n.d.]

Letter Books  D1508M/E/Letter Books  [n.d.]


Related information: See also estate correspondence (D1508M/E/Correspondence)

Volumes  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/1  1803

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/2  1803-1804

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/3  1804-1813

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/4  1803-1814

Contents:
Letter Book: Fr. James to William Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/5  1848-1850

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon English estates, In Chancery, Kekewich receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/6  1850-1852

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon English estates, In Chancery, Kekewich receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/7  1852-1853

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon English estates, In Chancery, Kekewich receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/8  1853-1855

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon English estates, In Chancery, Kekewich receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/9  1856-1857

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/10  1857-1858

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/11  1858-1860

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 7)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/12  1860-1861

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 8)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/13  1861-1862

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 9)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/14  1862

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/15  1862-1863

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/16  1863-1865

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 12)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/17  1865-1866

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 13)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/18  1866-1867

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 14)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/19  1867-1869

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 15)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/20  1869-1870

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 16)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/21  1870

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 17)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/22  1870-1871

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 18)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/23  1871-1872

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 19)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/24  1872-1873

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 20)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/25  1873-1874

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 21)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/26  1874-1875

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 22)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/27  1875-1877

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 23)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/28  1877-1878

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 24)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/29  1878-1879

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 25)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/30  1879-1880

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 26)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/31  1880-1882

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 27)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/32  1882-1883

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 28)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/33  1883-1885

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 29)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/34  1885-1886

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 30)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/35  1886-1887

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 31)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/36  1887-1888

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 32)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/37  1888-1889

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 33)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/38  1889-1890

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 34)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/39  1890-1891

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 35)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/40  1891-1892

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 36)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/41  1892-1894

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 37)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/42  1894-1895

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 38)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/43  1895-1897

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 39)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/44  1897-1898

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 40)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/45  1898-1900

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 41)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/46  1900-1901

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 42)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/47  1901-1903

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 43)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/48  1903-1904

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 44)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/49  1904-1905

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 45)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/50  1905-1906

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: volume 46)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/51  1906

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/52  1906

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/53  1906-1907

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/54  1907

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/55  1907-1908

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/56  1908

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/57  1908

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 7)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/58  1908-1909

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 8)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/59  1909

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 9)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/60  1909-1910

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/61  1910-1911

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/62  1911

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 12)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/63  1911-1912

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 13)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/64  1912-1913

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 14)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/65  1913-1914

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 15)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/66  1914-1915

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 16)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/67  1915-1917

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 17)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/68  1917

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 18)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/69  1917-1918

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 19)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/70  1919-1920

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 20)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/71  1920

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 21)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/72  1920-1921

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 22)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/73  1921-1922

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 23)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/74  1922-1923

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 24)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/75  1923-1924

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 25)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/76  1924-1925

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 26)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/77  1925-1926

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 27)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/78  1926-1927

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 28)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/79  1927

Contents:
Letter Book: Devon Estates
(Former reference: New Series 29)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/80  1906-1907

Contents:
Letter Book: Corbin and Co.
(Former reference: volume A)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/81  1908-1913

Contents:
Letter Book: Corbin and Co.
(Former reference: volume B)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/82  1913-1919

Contents:
Letter Book: Corbin and Co.
(Former reference: volume C)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/83  1919-1924

Contents:
Letter Book: Corbin and Co.
(Former reference: volume D)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/84  1924-1927

Contents:
Letter Book: Corbin and Co.
(Former reference: volume E)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/85  1856-1859

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/86  1859-1863

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/87  1863-1866

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/88  1866-1871

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/89  1871-1874

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/90  1874-1877

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/91  1877-1879

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/92  1879-1882

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/93  1882-1885

Contents:
Letter Book: "B" Series

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/94  1857-1859

Contents:
Letter Book: Dartmouth and Torbay Railway
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/95  1859-1862

Contents:
Letter Book: Dartmouth and Torbay Railway
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/96  1862-1865

Contents:
Letter Book: Dartmouth and Torbay Railway

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/97  1866-1873

Contents:
Letter Book: Kingsbridge Railway

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/98  1870-1871

Contents:
Letter Book: By G.W. Sharp (Sec. of Liquidators)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Letter Books/V/99  1905-1906

Contents:
Letter Book: From Earl of Devon

Account Books  D1508M/E/Accounts  [n.d.]


Related information: (See also D1508M/E/Ledgers/ and D1508M/E/Audit/)

Volumes  D1508M/E/Accounts/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/1  1766-1767

Contents:
Cash book, Powderham Castle, buildings

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/2  1727-1748

Contents:
Ledger, Servants individual accounts

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/3  1727-1748

Contents:
Ledger, Servants individual accounts

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/4  1804-1813

Contents:
Ledger, Servants individual accounts

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/5  1737-1749

Conditions of access: (Very damaged) UNFIT FOR PRODUCTION

Contents:
Rects. and Payments Book, general

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/6  1747-1749

Contents:
Household weekly disbursements

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/7  1727-1733

Contents:
Rects. and Payments Book, Dormer Fynes
(Former reference: volume 7)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/8  1727-1733

Contents:
Duplicate of Rects and Payments Book, Dormer Fynes

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/9  1737

Contents:
Ledger-Dormer Fynes

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/10  1745-1752

Contents:
Cash Book
(Former reference: volume 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/11  1753-1762

Contents:
Cash Book
(Former reference: volume 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/12  1761-1762

Contents:
Cash Book, supplement to "B"
(Former reference: volume C)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/13  1763-1768

Contents:
Cash Book, minority
(Former reference: volume 12)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/14  1769-1781

Contents:
Cash Book
(Former reference: volume 13)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/15  1781-1795

Contents:
Cash Book
(Former reference: volume 14)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/16  1747-1814

Contents:
Demesne Ledger

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/17  1763-1808

(Damaged)

Contents:
Tradesmen's Ledger

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/17a  1765-1772

Contents:
Rent account book, manor of Alphington, by Sarrell

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/18  1795-1803

Contents:
Household account book by Melchior Coomans

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/18a  1800-1803

Contents:
Cash book by Melchior Coomans

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/19  1819-1822

Contents:
Garden account book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/20  1688-1700

Contents:
Buying book, cloth accounts etc. by Gilbert Yard

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/21  1702-1709

Contents:
Account book, Madam Anne Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/22  1795-1801

Contents:
Irish remittances

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/23  1793

Contents:
Cash account of Daniel Frost, hind and butcher, Powderham Castle

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/24  1762-1767

Contents:
Receivers and Trust Accounts by Will. Chapple
(Former reference: volume 35)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/25  n.d

(Badly damaged)

Contents:
Copy of Receivers and Trust Accounts by Will. Chapple

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/26  1764-1765

Contents:
Trust account, Chapple

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/27  1823-1825

Contents:
Trust account, Wingfield and Adams with bankers, Snow, Paul and Paul

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/28  1827-1831

Contents:
Trust account, Snow, Paul and Paul

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/29  1638-1648

Contents:
Account book, Lady Elizabeth Amerideth, guardian of Sir William Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/30  1801-1803

Contents:
Mr Ley's account with Messrs. Nesbit - mortgage

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/31  1683-1688

Contents:
Cash account, 1683-1688, and by Bickford 1714-1715
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/32  1715-1717

Contents:
Cash account, Bickford
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/33  1716-1718

Contents:
Cash account, Bickford
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/34  1717-1719

Contents:
Cash account, Bickford
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/35  1762-1765


Related information: For loose correspondence removed, see D1508M/SS/25

Contents:
Dormer Fynes Account Book
(Former reference: volume 8)
Blank.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/36  1733-1745

Contents:
Dormer Fynes Account Book
(Former reference: volume 9)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/36a  1733-1734

Contents:
Loose Accounts

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/37  1718-1723

Contents:
Cash Account, Norrey Fynes

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/38  1723-1726

Contents:
Cash Account, Norrey Fynes

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/38a  1930-1931

Contents:
Game accounts

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/39  1757-1763

Contents:
Cash account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/40  1810-1812

Contents:
Garden account book, Thos. Smith

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/41  1791-1823

Contents:
Cash account, Rowdon-Moretonhampstead woods and buildings

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/42  1808-1810

Contents:
Cash book, Simpson, general

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/43  1783-1788

Contents:
Housekeeper's accounts, Powderham, Mrs Close

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/44  1789-1791

Contents:
Housekeeper's accounts, Powderham, Mrs Close

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/45  1759-1760

Contents:
Cash account, Chapple, and undated library inventory

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/46  ?1714-1718

(Damaged)

Contents:
Cash book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/47  1906-1908

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/48  1909-1913

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/49  1910-1913

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 2a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/50  1914-1920

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/51  1913-1918

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 3a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/52  1920-1926

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/53  1919-1923

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 4a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/54  1927-1930

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/55  1930-1933

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/56  1950-1951

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/57  1955

Contents:
Cash book
(Former reference: volume 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/58  1859-1868

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/59  1867-1876

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/60  1876-1883

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/61  1883-1891

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/62  1890-1900

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/63  1901-1904

Contents:
Devon Estate Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/64  1877-1886

Contents:
Devon Estate Account Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/65  1887-1896

Contents:
Devon Estate Account Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/66  1897-1906

Contents:
Devon Estate Account Cash Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/67  1848-1857

Contents:
In Chancery cash payments, English estates, Kekewich Receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/68  1857-1858

Contents:
In Chancery cash payments, English estates, Kekewich Receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/69  1849-1959

Contents:
In Chancery cash receipts, English estates, Kekewich Receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/70  1848-1851

Contents:
Rent day cash book, Devon estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/71  1850-1855

Contents:
Rent day cash book, Devon estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/72  1852-1855

Contents:
Rent day cash book, Devon estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/73  1856-1859

Contents:
Rent day cash book, Devon estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/74  1927-1935

Contents:
Cash book, Lord Devon's private account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/75  1866-1869

Contents:
Cash book, Dobell in acct. with John Drew

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/76  1870-1877

Contents:
Cash book, Dobell in acct. with John Drew

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/77  1905-1922

Contents:
Cash book, private

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/78  1925-1928

Contents:
Cash book, private

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/79  1904-1931

Contents:
Cash book, personal

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/80  1886-1906

Contents:
Accounts, John Drew with Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/81  1843-1847

Contents:
Cash book, Powderham Castle, payments

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/82  1849-1852

Contents:
Cash book, with bank, private

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/83  1853-1859

Contents:
Cash book, half yearly account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/84  1859-1863

Contents:
Cash book, half yearly account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/85  1842

(Damaged)

Contents:
Cash book, receipts and payments Drew to Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/86  1841-1842

Contents:
Cash book, trustees account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/87  1948-1949

Contents:
"Day Book" - Court Hall, Kenton account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Accounts/V/88  1849-1850

Contents:
Cash Ledger, estate servants

Rentals  D1508M/E/Rentals  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Rentals/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/1  1832-1834

Contents:
Rental and accounts, Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/2  1848

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 1st rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/3  1848-1849

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 2nd rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/4  1849-1850

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 3rd rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/5  1850-1851

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 4th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/6  1851-1852

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 5th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/7  1852-1853

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 6th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/8  1853-1854

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 7th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/9  1854-1855

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 8th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/10  1855-1856

Contents:
Rack Rent, English estates, In Chancery 9th rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/11  1847-1848

Contents:
Rentals, English Estates, late Courtenay, In Chancery (Kekewich receiver) 1st rental account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/12  1848-1851

Contents:
Rentals, English Estates, late Courtenay, In Chancery (Kekewich receiver) 2nd and 4th rental accounts
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/13  1851-1853

Contents:
Rentals, English Estates, late Courtenay, In Chancery (Kekewich receiver) 5th and 6th rental accounts
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/14  1853-1857

Contents:
Rentals, English Estates, late Courtenay, In Chancery (Kekewich receiver) 7th and 10th rental accounts
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/15  1857-1862

Contents:
Rentals, English Estates, late Courtenay, In Chancery (Kekewich receiver) 11th rental account, 1857-1858
Also rentals, 1st to 4th rental account, 1858-1862
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/16  1861-1866

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 4th to 8th rental account
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/17  1868

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 9th rental account
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/18  1868-1871

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 10th to 12th rental account
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/19  1871-1874

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 13th to 15th rental account
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/20  1874-1875

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 16th rental account
(Former reference: volume 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/21  1875-1877

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 17th to 18th rental account
(Former reference: volume 7)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/22  1877-1879

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 19th to 20th rental account
(Former reference: volume 8)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/23  1879-1881

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 21st to 22nd rental account
(Former reference: volume 9)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/24  1881-1883

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 23rd to 24th rental account
(Former reference: volume 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/25  1883-1885

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 25th to 26th rental account
(Former reference: volume 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/26  1885-1887

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 27th to 28th rental account
(Former reference: volume 12)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/27  1887-1889

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 29th to 30th rental account
(Former reference: volume 13)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/28  1889-1891

Contents:
Rent Account, Drew, Steward 31st to 32nd rental account
(Former reference: volume 14)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/29  1872-1873

Contents:
English Rental
15th rental account
(Former reference: volume 15

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/30  1873-1874

Contents:
English Rental
16th rental account
(Former reference: volume 16)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/31  1891-1892

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver) 33rd rental account
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/32  1892-1893

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver) 34th rental account
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/33  1893-1894

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver) 35th rental account
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/34  1894-1895

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
36th rental account
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/35  1895-1896

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
37th rental account
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/36  1896-1897

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
38th rental account
(Former reference: volume 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/37  1897-1898

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
39th rental account
(Former reference: volume 7)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/38  1898-1899

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
40th rental account
(Former reference: volume 8)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/39  1899-1900

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
41st rental account
(Former reference: volume 9)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/40  1899-1900

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
(Duplicate of D1508M/E/Rentals/V/39)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/41  1900-1901

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
42nd rental account
(Former reference: volume 10)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/42  1900-1901

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
(Duplicate of D1508M/E/Rentals/V/41)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/43  1901-1902

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
43rd rental account
(Former reference: volume 11)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/44  1901-1902

Contents:
Rent Account, (Gould-Drew, receiver)
(Duplicate of D1508M/E/Rentals/V/43)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/45  1902-1903

Contents:
Rent Account, (Gould-Drew, receiver)
44th rental account
(Former reference: volume 12)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/46  1902-1903

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
(Duplicate of D1508M/E/Rentals/V/45)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/47  1903-1904

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
45th rental account
(Former reference: volume 13)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/48  1904-1905

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
46th rental account
(Former reference: volume 14)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/49  1905

Contents:
Rent Account (Gould-Drew, receiver)
47th rental account
(Former reference: volume 15)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/50  1849

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/51  1850

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/52  1851

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/53  1852

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/54  1853

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/55  1854

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/56  1855

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/57  1856

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/58  1857

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/59  1858

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/60  1859

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/61  1860

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/62  1861

Contents:
Devon Trust Conventionary Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/63  1847

Contents:
Conventionary Rents

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/64  1848

Contents:
Conventionary Rental (Devon Trust)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/65  1850-1851

Contents:
Conventionary Rents (South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/66  1852-1854

Contents:
Conventionary Rents (South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/67  1855-1857

Contents:
Conventionary Rents (South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/68  1860-1862

Contents:
Conventionary Rents (South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/69  1904

Contents:
Rack Rents, ground rents, Michaelmas
(Devon, excluding South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/70  1848

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/70a  1905

Contents:
Rack Rents, ground rents, Ladyday
(Devon, excluding South Hams)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/71  1849

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/71a  1905

Contents:
Rack Rents, ground rents, Michaelmas

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/72  1850

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/73  1851

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/74  1852

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/75  1853

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/76  1854

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/77  1855

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/78  1856

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/79  1857

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/80  1858

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/81  1859

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/82  1860

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/83  1861

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/84  1862

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/85  1863

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/86  1864

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/87  1865

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/88  1866

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/89  1867

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/90  1868

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/91  1869

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/92  1870

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/93  1871

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/94  1872

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/95  1873

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/96  1874

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/97  1875

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/98  1876

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/99  1877

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/100  1878

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/101  1879

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/102  1880

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/103  1881

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/104  1882

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/105  1883

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/106  1884

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/107  1885

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/108  1886

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/109  1887

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/110  1888

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/111  1889

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/112  1890

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/113  1891

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey, Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/114  1892

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/115  1893-1894

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/116  1894-1895

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/117  1895-1896

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/118  1896-1897

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/119  1897-1898

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/120  1898-1899

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/121  1899-1900

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/122  1900-1901

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/123  1901-1902

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/124  1902-1903

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/125  1903-1904

Contents:
Devon Estates: Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Whitestone, Wolborough, North Bovey, Moretonhampstead, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey and South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/126  1907

Contents:
Summary rental only (New binding)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/127  1908

Contents:
Summary rental only (New binding)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/128  1909

Contents:
Summary rental only (New binding)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/129  Midsummer 1910

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/130  Christmas 1910

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/131  Midsummer 1911

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/132  Christmas 1911

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/133  Midsummer 1912

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/134  Christmas 1912

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/135  Midsummer 1913

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/136  Christmas 1913

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/137  Midsummer 1914

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/138  Michaelmas 1914

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/139  Midsummer 1915

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/140  Christmas 1915

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/141  Midsummer 1916

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/142  Christmas 1916

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/143  Midsummer 1917

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/144  Christmas 1917

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/145  Midsummer 1918

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/146  Christmas 1918

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/147  Midsummer 1919

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/148  Christmas 1919

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/149  Midsummer 1920

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/150  Christmas 1920

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/151  Midsummer 1921

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/152  Christmas 1921

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/153  Ladyday 1922

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/154  Christmas 1922

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/155  Midsummer 1923

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/156  Christmas 1923

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/157  Midsummer 1924

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/158  Christmas 1924

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/159  Midsummer 1925

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/160  Christmas 1925

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/161  Midsummer 1926

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/162  Christmas 1926

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/163  Midsummer 1927

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/164  Christmas 1927

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/165  Midsummer 1928

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/166  Christmas 1928

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/167  Midsummer 1929

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/168  Christmas 1929

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/169  Midsummer 1930

Contents:
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[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/170  Christmas 1930

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/171  Midsummer 1931

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/172  1932

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/173  1933

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/174  1934

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/175  1935

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/176  1936

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/177  1937

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/178  1938

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/179  1939

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/180  June 1906

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/181  December 1906

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/182  1907

Contents:
Duplicate rentals

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/183  1908

Contents:
Duplicate rentals

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/184  1909

Contents:
Duplicate rentals

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/185  Midsummer 1910

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/186  Christmas 1910

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/187  Midsummer 1911

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/188  Christmas 1911

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/189  Midsummer 1912

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/190  Christmas 1912

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/191  Midsummer 1913

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/192  Christmas 1913

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/193  Midsummer 1914

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/194  Christmas 1914

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/195  Midsummer 1915

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/196  Christmas 1915

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/197  Midsummer 1916

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/198  Christmas 1916

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/199  Midsummer 1917

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/200  Christmas 1917

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/201  Midsummer 1918

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/202  Christmas 1918

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/203  Midsummer 1919

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/204  Christmas 1919

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/205  Midsummer 1920

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/206  Christmas 1920

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/207  Midsummer 1921

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/208  Christmas 1921

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/209  Ladyday 1922

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/210  Christmas 1922

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/211  Midsummer 1923

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/212  Christmas 1923

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/213  Midsummer 1924

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/214  Christmas 1924

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/215  Midsummer 1925

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/216  Christmas 1925

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/217  Midsummer 1926

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/218  Christmas 1926

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/219  Midsummer 1927

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/220  Christmas 1927

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/221  Midsummer 1928

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/222  Christmas 1928

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/223  Midsummer 1929

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/224  Christmas 1929

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/225  Midsummer 1930

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/226  Christmas 1931

Contents:
Duplicate rentals.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/227  1932

Contents:
Rental and Account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/228  1933

Contents:
Rental and Account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/229  1844-1851

Contents:
Powderham cottage rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/230  1856-1875

Contents:
Cottage rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/231  1875-1888

Contents:
Cottage rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/232  1889-1900

Contents:
Cottage rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/V/233  1900-1905

Contents:
Cottage rental

Ledgers  D1508M/E/Ledgers  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/1  1906-1908

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/2  1909

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/3  1910-1913

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 2a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/4  1914-1917

Contents:
General estate (few entries)
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/5  1914-1917

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 3a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/6  1926-1930

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/7  1919-1925

Contents:
General estate
(Former reference: volume 4a)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/8  1804-1815

Contents:
Estate personnel etc. (few entries)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/9  1862-1896

Contents:
Devon Estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/9a  1895-1906

Contents:
Devon Estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/10  1915-1924

Contents:
"Buildings"
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/11  1925-1937

Contents:
"Buildings"
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/12  1763-1803

(Badly damaged)

Contents:
General estate, with accounts excluding workmen, servants etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/13  1800-1813

Contents:
Tenants

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/14  1794-1805

Contents:
Rent account book, Devon Estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/15  1809-1814

Contents:
List of tenants and acts. of rents, Powderham estate (few entries)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/16  1643-1670

Contents:
"A book of Contracts" - leases

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/17  1747-1748

Contents:
Register of leases Devon, except South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/18  1764-1772

Contents:
Register of leases Devon, except South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/19  c.1770-1830

Contents:
Rental and lease book, with loose papers, Devon less South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/20  1747-1763

Contents:
General, less workmen, servants, etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/21  1756

Contents:
Sir Will. Courtenay's London Account (tradesmen)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/22  1762-1767

Contents:
Accts. of Trusts and Receivership by Will. Chapple

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/23  1758-1764

Contents:
Debts, tradesmen, late Sir Will. Courtenay

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/24  1861-1875

Contents:
Petty Ledger
(Former reference: volume 1)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/25  1875-1906

Contents:
Petty Ledger
(Former reference: volume 3)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/26  1850-1859

Contents:
Devon Estate, Receivership and Trustees

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/27  1856-1863

Contents:
Devon Estate, Receivership and Trustees
(Former reference: volume 4)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/28  1862-1884

Contents:
Devon Estate, Receivership and Trustees
(Former reference: volume 5)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/29  1868-1889

Contents:
Devon Estate, Lord Courtenay
(Former reference: volume 6)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/30  1903-1916

Contents:
Devon Wharf, Newton Abbot

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/31  1906-1911

Contents:
Debtors

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/32  1911-1923

Contents:
Devon Estates, private ledger

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/33a, 33b  1844-1852

Contents:
Private accounts
(Former reference: volume 2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/34  1905-1930

Contents:
Reletting Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Ledgers/V/35  c.1903

Contents:
Lease Book (rough)

Rent Receipt Counterfoil Books  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/1  June 1933

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/2  December 1933

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/3  June 1934

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/4  December 1934

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/5  June 1935

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/6  December 1935

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/7  June 1936

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/8  December 1936

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/9  June 1937

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/10  December 1937

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/11  June 1938

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/12  December 1938

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/13  June 1939

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/14  December 1939

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/15  June 1940

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/16  December 1940

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/17  June 1941

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/18  December 1941

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/19  June 1942

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/20  December 1942

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/21  June 1943

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/22  December 1943

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/23  June 1944

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/24  December 1944

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/25  June 1945

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/26  December 1945

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/27  June 1946

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/28  December 1946

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/29  June 1947

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/30  December 1947

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/31  June 1948

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/32  December 1948

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/33  June 1949

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/34  December 1949

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/35  June 1950

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/36  December 1950

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rent Receipts/V/37  December 1954

Contents:
Half yearly rent receipt counterfoil book.

Labour Books  D1508M/E/Labour  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Labour/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/1  1839-1856

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/2  1850-1851

Contents:
Day Work Book, South Town, Kenton

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/3  1873-1878

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/4  1878-1882

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/5  1882-1887

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/6  1887-1891

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/7  1891-1896

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/8  1900-1905

Contents:
Day Work Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/9  n.d

Contents:
Day Work Book (probably before 1873)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/10  1847-1848

Contents:
Labour Acct. Book, Day Work

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/11  1848

Contents:
Labour Acct. Book, Day Work

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/12  1925-1930

Contents:
Materials Day Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/13  1931-1935

Contents:
Materials Day Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/14  1935-1941

Contents:
Materials Day Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/15  1942-1946

Contents:
Materials Day Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/16  1907-1934

Contents:
Stores Ledger, with tradesmen

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/17  1934-1939

Contents:
Stores Ledger, with tradesmen

[no title]  D1508M/E/Labour/V/18  1926-1930

Contents:
Stores Account, with tradesmen

Surveys etc.  D1508M/E/Surveys  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Surveys/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/1  1574-1640

Contents:
"The Lattin Survey Book"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/2  1643-1702

Contents:
"Contract Book"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/3  1777

Contents:
Survey, South Hams (with maps)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/4  1780

Contents:
Survey, Honiton, Okehampton, etc. (with maps)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/5  1790

Contents:
Survey, North Bovey, Tavistock etc. (with maps) in Wolborough

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/6  1787

Contents:
Survey, home estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/7  1787

Contents:
Survey, Kenton continued, Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/8  1787

Contents:
Survey, Exminster, Alphington, Whitestone

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/9  1790

Contents:
Survey, Moretonhampstead, North Bovey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/10  1790

Contents:
Survey, Wolborough, Bovey Tracey Chagford, Tavistock etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/11  (c. 1780)

Contents:
Book of Reference to Map of Kenton, East and South Town. nd

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/12  n.d

Contents:
Book of Reference to Map of Kenton, East and South Town

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/13  1860

Contents:
Devon Estates, Particulars of changes of letting, including life leases - Kenton, Moretonhampstead and North Bovey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/14  1862

Contents:
Valuations, Devon estates, home district and South Pool

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/15  1862

Contents:
Valuations, Devon estates, South Hams

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/16  1862

Contents:
Valuations, Devon estates, Moretonhampstead, and Wolborough

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/17  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Powderham

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/18  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Exminster

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/19  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Whitchurch

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/20  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Wolborough

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/21  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Dawlish and Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/22  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Alphington, Ide and St. Thomas

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/23  1906-1914

Contents:
Valuation, Kenton

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/24  1878-1893

Contents:
Valuation, Devon settled estates in England

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/25  1883

Contents:
Devon estates, leasehold and rateable values

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/25a  1891-1905

Contents:
List of leases by Earl of Devon since 1891

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/26  1837-1838

Contents:
"Day Book 1776". Entries removed.
Partially used as survey and rental of tenants

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/27  1889-1893

Contents:
Particulars for Sale of Devon estates

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/28  1709

Contents:
Alphington, E. Teignmouth, Wolborough

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/29  1720

Contents:
Powderham, Cheverstone, Kenton and Moreton hampstead, Whitestone

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/V/30  1840-1841

Contents:
Reports, valuations and estimates for Earl of Devon

Miscellaneous  D1508M/E/Misc  [n.d.]

Volumes  D1508M/E/Misc/V  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/1  1887-1892

Contents:
Chancery accounts in White v. Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/2  1892-1897

Contents:
Chancery accounts in White v. Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/3  1889-1907

Contents:
Chancery account journal, Devon English estates, Kekewich receiver

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/4  1905-1906

Contents:
Lord Devon's "A" account, Exeter Bank

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/5  1901-1905

Contents:
Lord Devon's "B" account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/5a  1905-1906

Contents:
Lord Devon's "B" account, Exeter Bank

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/6  1868

Contents:
Balance Sheet, Day and Sons Ltd., in Liquidation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/7  1931-1940

Contents:
Cash book, bank, mortgages etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/8  1931-1940

Contents:
Policy Book, Guardian Assurance Company.
Powderham Agency. (Blank)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/9  1872-1878

Contents:
"Petty Ledger" in Shipping Account, "Mary Jane" also Insurance Premium

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/10  ?1900-1910

Contents:
Insurance Policy register

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/11  n.d

Contents:
Insurance Policy register

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/12  1876-1888

Contents:
Particulars of payments by Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/13  1946-1954

Contents:
Estate Tenants Repair Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/14  1877-1913

Contents:
"Muniment Book" - register of documents taken out from Muniment Room

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/15  1861-1889

Contents:
Journal - index of letters etc. and tenants etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/16  1898

Contents:
Building Leases

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/17  1898

Contents:
Building Leases

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/18  1909-1910

Contents:
Valuation, Powderham Estate, Under Finances Act 1909-1910

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/19  1842-1855

Contents:
Castle Fund Account

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/20  1842-1856

Contents:
Powderham Castle Repair Fund

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/21  1847-1858

Contents:
Powderham Castle Repair Fund

[no title]  D1508M/E/Misc/V/22  1853-1854

Contents:
Private abstract of 6th account of receipts and expenditure

Estate Correspondence  D1508M/E/Correspondence  [n.d.]

Arrangement: Arranged in Boxes: D1508M/E/Correspondence/1 to 44.


[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/1  1844 - June 1850

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/2  July 1850 - 54

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/3  1854 - 57

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/4  1858 - 60

Contents:
(Part) 1860 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/5  1860 - 1862

Contents:
(Part) 1860 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/6  1863 - 64

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/7  1865 - 67

Contents:
(Part) 1867 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/8  1867 - 1870

Contents:
(Part) 1867 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/9  1871 - 73

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/10  1874 - 76

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/11  1877 - 78

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/12  1879 - 81

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/13  1882 - 84

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/14  1885 - 87

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/15  1888 - 90

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/16  1891 - 94

Contents:
(No 1893) Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/17  1895 - 98

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/18  1899 - 1902

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/19  1903 - 05

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/20  1906 - 08

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/21  1909 - 16

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/22  1917 - 26

Contents:
(Corbyn and misc.) Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/23  1918 - 1919

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/24  1920 - June 1921

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/25  July 1921 - Dec. 1922

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/26  1923 - June 1924

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/27  July 1924 - June 1926

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/28  July - Dec. 1926

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/29  1927 - 1928

Contents:
(Part) 1928 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/30  1928 - 1929

Contents:
(Part) 1928-29 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/31  1929

Contents:
(Part) Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/32  1930

Contents:
(Part) Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/33  1930 - 1931

Contents:
(Part) 1930-31 Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/34  1931

Contents:
(Part) Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/35  1932

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/36  1933

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/37  1934

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/38  1935

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/39  1936

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/40  1937

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/41  1938

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/42  1939

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/43  1941 - 5

Contents:
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/E/Correspondence/44  nd

Contents:
Bundles 1 - 3 arranged by subject Bundle 4: Warren Bungalows

Wages Sheets  D1508M/E/Wages  [n.d.]

Arrangement: Arranged in Yearly Bundles


[no title]  D1508M/E/Wages/1  1930 - 33

Contents:
Wages sheets

[no title]  D1508M/E/Wages/2  1934, 1936 - 40

Contents:
Wages sheets (no 1935)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Wages/3  1941 - 44

Contents:
Wages sheets

Audit Books  D1508M/E/Audit  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/1  1665 - 1690

Contents:
Audit books for: 1665, 1672 - 1677, 1683, 1686 (2), 1690

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/2  1693 - 1710

Contents:
Audit books for: 1693, 1695 - 1697, 1702 - 1710

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/3  1711 - 1730

Contents:
Audit books for: 1711 - 1716, 1718, 1721 - 1723, 1726 - 1730

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/4  1731 - 1740

Contents:
Audit books for: 1731 - 1740

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/5  1741 - 1750

Contents:
Audit books for: 1741 - 1750

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/6  1751 - 1760

Contents:
Audit books for: 1751 - 1760

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/7  1761 - 1770

Contents:
Audit books for: 1761 - 1770

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/8  1771 - 1780

Contents:
Audit books for: 1771 - 1780

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/9  1781 - 1790

Contents:
Audit books for: 1781 - 1790

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/10  1791 - 1800

Contents:
Audit books for: 1791 - 1800

[no title]  D1508M/E/Audit/11  1801 - 1809

Contents:
Audit books for: 1801 - 1807, 1809

Rentals  D1508M/E/Rentals  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/E/Rentals/V

Alphington  D1508M/E/Rentals/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Alphington/1  1752 - 1799

Contents:
Rentals: 1752, 1753, 1755, 1758, 1763, 1770, 1774, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, 1780, 1783, 1784, 1785, 1787, 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Alphington/2  1801 - 1847

2 items

Contents:
Rentals: 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1813, 1814, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Alphington/3  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Parchment copies 1836 - 1845

North Bovey  D1508M/E/Rentals/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/North Bovey/1  1847

Contents:
Bovey Tracey Borough 1847
Bovey Tracey Manor 1847
Moreton Borough 1847
Moreton Manor 1847

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/North Bovey/2  1824

Contents:
Moreton Borough and Manor, Wolborough Manor, N. Bovey Manor, S. Teign Manor and manor of Shapley Hellion, Hennock. Borough and manor of Bovey Tracey, Tavistock, Lamerton, N. Lew, Holsworthy, Chagford, Manaton, Milton Damarel

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/North Bovey/3  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Parchment copies 1836 - 1845

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/North Bovey/4  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Manor Shapley Hellion
Parchment rentals 1836 - 1845

Braunton Abbots  D1508M/E/Rentals/Braunton Abbots  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Braunton Abbots/1  1609, 1620

Contents:
Rental, 1609, 1620

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Braunton Abbots/2  17th cent

Contents:
Heanton Punchardon, Challacombe, Braunton, Ilfracombe, Marwood. nd.

Exminster  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster/1  1753 - 1770

Contents:
Rentals: 1753, 1754, 1755, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759, 1760, 1761, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1769, 1770

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster/2  1771 - 1799

Contents:
Rentals: 1771, 1772, 1773, 1774, 1775, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1783, 1784, 1785, 1786, 1787, 1788, 1789, 1790, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster/3  1801 - 1830

Contents:
Rentals: 1801, 1802, 1803, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816 -1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster/4  1831 - 1847

Contents:
Rentals: 1831, 1832, 1833 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843 (2), 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847 (2)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Exminster/5  1836 - 1844

Contents:
Parchment rentals 1836 - 1844

Honiton  D1508M/E/Rentals/Honiton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Honiton/1  1720 - 1725

Contents:
Rental, 1720 - 1725

Kenton  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/1  1592 - 1705

Contents:
Rentals: 1592, 1629, 1689, 1705

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/2  1726 - 1750

2 items

Contents:
Rentals: 1726, 1727, 1732, 1736, 1738, 1742, 1744 - 1745, 1746, 1747, 1748, 1749, 1750

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/3  1752 - 1785

Contents:
Rentals: 1752, 1753, 1754, 1755, 1756 - 1759, 1760, 1761 - 1765, 1766 - 1767, 1768 - 1769, 1770 - 1772, 1773 - 1776; 1779 - 1780, 1782, 1783, 1784, 1785

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/4  1788 - 1800

Contents:
Rentals: 1788, 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/5  1801 - 1814

Contents:
Rentals: 1801, 1805, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/6  1815 - 1848

2 items

Contents:
Rentals: 1815, 1818, 1820, 1822, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1833, 1834, 1837, 1844 - 1855, 1845, 1848

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/7  ?c.1800

Contents:
Rental nd.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/8  19th cent

Contents:
Kenton, Teignmouth, Teignmouth Passage and Cuttridge; tenants arranged alphabetically nd.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/9  17th cent

Contents:
"A short Rental Manor of Kenton Free Tenants"
Kenton and Starcross

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Kenton/10  1835 - 1843

2 items

Contents:
Rentals: 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1839 - 40, 1840, 1841, 1843

Halstock  D1508M/E/Rentals/Halstock  [n.d.]

Contents:
Okehampton

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Halstock/1  1804

Contents:
Rental

Milton Damerel  D1508M/E/Rentals/Milton Damerel  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Milton Damerel/1  1772 - 1802

Contents:
Rentals

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/E/Rentals/Moreton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Moreton/1  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Manor rentals

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Moreton/2  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Borough

Okehampton  D1508M/E/Rentals/Okehampton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Okehampton/1  1734

Contents:
Borough and Parish

Powderham  D1508M/E/Rentals/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Powderham/1  1725 - 1799

Contents:
(With Cheverston and Kenton Courtenay)
1725 (P. only), 1730, 1731, n.d. (1730's) 1734 - 1737, 1736, 1739, 1741, 1743, 1746, 1747, 1748, 1749, 1750, 1751, 1752, 1755, 1756, 1759, 1760, 1761, 1764, 1766, 1771, 1777, 1788, 1790, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Powderham/2  1801 - 1847

2 items

Contents:
(With Cheverston and Kenton Courtenay)
1801 - 1804, 1808, 1810 - 1818, 1826 - 1845, 1846, 1847

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Powderham/3  1835 - 1843

Contents:
Parchment copies

South Hams  D1508M/E/Rentals/South Hams  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/South Hams/1  c. 1760 - 1838

Contents:
("Audit Book") (N. Pool, Salcombe, Malborough, E. Sewer, Portlemouth, Ilton with Collapit, Bolberry Beauchamp, Bolberry Allen, Collaton Prawle, Galmpton, Thurlestone)
Also rentals 1759, 1834, 1838

Tavistock  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/1  1726

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/2  1754 - 1806

2 items

Contents:
(With Lamerton and Tamerton Foliot)
(With rent receipts attached)
1754 - 1762, 1764 - 1769, 1771, 1775, 1777, 1779, 1781, 1783, 1784, 1787, 1788, 1790, 1792, 1795, 1797, 1801, 1802, 1806

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/3  1808 - 1845

Contents:
Rentals: 1808, 1810, 1812, 1814, 1822, 1824, 1826, 1828, 1832, 1834, 1845

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/3a  1836 - 1842

Contents:
1836, 1838, 1840, 1842

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/4  1688 - 1691

Contents:
Woolsgrove, Meldon, Whitchurch, Lamerton, Walkhampton, Sampford Spiney, Spreyton, Bere Ferrers, Tamerton, Tavistock Vol: "Rents received, Fitzford"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/5  1647 - 1658

Contents:
"Book of Rents". Woolsgrove, Meldon Manor, Hornecott Manor, Tavistock Town, Tavistock parish, Whitchurch, Lamerton Bere Ferrers, Milton Abbot, Tamerton Folliot, Walkhampton, Sampford Spiney, Calstock, Spreyton, Brentor, Withycombe.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/6  1658 - 1671

Contents:
"Book of Rents". Woolsgrove, Meldon Manor, Hornecott manor, Tavistock Town, Tavistock, parish, Whitchurch, Lamerton, Bere Ferrers, Milton Abbot, Tamerton Folliot, Walkhampton, Sampford Spiney, Calstock, Spreyton, Brentor, Withycombe

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/7  c. 1680

Contents:
(pp. 4, 6, 8 only) ("Devon and Cornwall No. 12")
Walkhampton, Lamerton, Tamerton, Sampford, Milton Abbot, Calstock, Whitchurch, Widecombe, Meldon, Spreyton, Hornacott, Woolsgrove, and Tavistock

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Tavistock/8  1677

Contents:
("Sir Will. Courtenays Rentals in Devon and Cornwall 1677") Woolsgrove, Milldon, Spreyton, Hornacott, Milton Abbot. Lamerton, Whitchurch, Tamerton Folliot, Widecombe, Sampford Spyny, Tavistock
(Endorsed: "Lady Howard's estates")

East Teignmouth  D1508M/E/Rentals/East Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/East Teignmouth/1  1632 - 1825

Contents:
Rentals: 1632, 1741, 1763 (with correspondence and receipts on file, c. 1760 - 75), 1773, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/East Teignmouth/2  1826 - 1847

Contents:
Rentals: 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833 (2), 1834, 1835 (2), 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1839 - 40 (2), 1841, 1842 (2), 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846 (2), 1847

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/East Teignmouth/3  1836 - 1844

Contents:
Rentals: 1836 - 1844

Wolborough  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/1  1752

2 items

Contents:
Feoffees' Lands

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/2  1755 - 1799

Contents:
Rentals: 1755 (Manor), 1764 (Clergymen's Widows), 1770 (Manor), 1783, 1785, 1787, 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799 (all manor)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/3  1801 - 1820

Contents:
Rentals: 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1807 (Feoffees) (2), 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820 (2) (Feoffees)
(Manor unless otherwise stated)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/4  1821 - 1834

Contents:
Rentals: 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834 (all manor)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/5  1840 - 1847

2 items

Contents:
1843 (includes Kenton etc.), 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847
Conventionary rents n.d. c. 1840

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Wolborough/6  1836 - 1845

Contents:
Parchment copies 1836 - 1845

Whole Estate  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate/1  18th cent

Contents:
(Manors of Sir William Courtenay) Alphington, Wolborough, Manor and Borough of Moreton, Woolsgrove, Cheverston and Kenton, Powderham, N. Pool

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate/2  1821 - 1830

Contents:
Alphington, Exminster, Powderham Kenton, Wolborough, Teignmouth, Moreton, N. Bovey, Shapley Hellion, Manaton, Chagford, Tavistock, Whitestone

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate/3  1840 - 1844, 1845 - 1848

Contents:
Wolborough, N. Bovey, Shapley Hellion, Manaton, Chagford, Moreton, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey, Langaller (in Bovey Tracey) and Whitestone
(Hennock from 1845 - 1846)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate/4  1845, 1846, 1848

Contents:
Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, and E. Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Whole Estate/5  1848

Contents:
("Devon Trust 1848")
Alphington, Exminster, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Wolborough, N. Bovey. Shapley Hellion, Manaton, Chagford, Moreton, Whitestone, Tavistock, Bovey Tracey; South Hams: N. Pool, Salcombe, East Sewer, Portlemouth, Ilton, Bolberry Beauchamp, Bolberry Allen, Colaton Prawle and Ilton, Galmpton, Thurlestone

Allotments  D1508M/E/Rentals/Allotments  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Allotments/1  1849 - 1853, 1855 - 1893

Contents:
Powderham and Kenton

Irish Rentals  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish/1  1709 - 1720

Contents:
Rent Rolls

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish/2  1721 - 1725, 1735

Contents:
Rent Rolls

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish/3  1710 - 1750

1 vol.

Contents:
Rent Rolls
1746, 1748, 1749, 1750, and 1710 1725, 1747

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish/4  1751 - 1763

Contents:
Rent Rolls
1751, 1753, 1756 - 1763

[no title]  D1508M/E/Rentals/Irish/5  1881 - 1898

(2 vols. annually)

Contents:
Rentals and Accounts for whole Irish Estate 1881, 1882, 1884 - 1889 - 1898

SURVEYS  D1508M/E/Surveys  [n.d.]

Contents:
These include Valuations, particulars, lease-books and other estate books, but exclude rentals

Alphington  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/1  1711

Contents:
With Wolborough and E. Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/2  c. 1750

Contents:
"Copy old Valuation"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/3  1754

Contents:
"Unfinished Survey"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/4  1749, 1751

Contents:
Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/5  1771

Contents:
"Old Survey"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/6  1807

Contents:
Perambulation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/7  1825

Contents:
Rental and Particular of leases
(With Powderham, Cheverston, Kenton, Exminster)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/8  1830

Contents:
Particular and valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/9  1835

Contents:
Schedule of leasehold Properties

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/10  ?c. 1850

Contents:
Valuations
(With Exminster and Whitestone)

North Bovey  D1508M/E/Surveys/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/North Bovey/1  1862

Contents:
Valuation (with Manaton)

Bovey Tracey  D1508M/E/Surveys/Bovey Tracey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Bovey Tracey/1  1750

Contents:
Particular, South Bovey. Demesne and leasehold

Braunton Abbots  D1508M/E/Surveys/Braunton Abbots  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Braunton Abbots/1  17th cent

Contents:
Valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Braunton Abbots/2  1669

Contents:
Manor

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Braunton Abbots/3  1785

Contents:
Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Braunton Abbots/4  1819

Contents:
Survey and Valuation of leasehold

Dartington  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dartington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dartington/1  1707

Contents:
Survey and particular, Manor

Dartmoor  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dartmoor  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dartmoor/1  1797

Contents:
Valuation of Venvil Rights
(Challacombe and Okehampton)

Dawlish  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dawlish  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dawlish/1  1806

(Vol.)

Contents:
Manor - valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Dawlish/2  1806

Contents:
Manor - papers

Exminster  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster/1  1755

(First page missing)

Contents:
Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster/2  1757

Contents:
Manor (1 page only written)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster/3  c. 1758

Contents:
Leasehold, properties, manor
(With correspondence)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster/4  (entries 1771)

Contents:
Leasehold Book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Exminster/5  1835


Related information: (See also under D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/7)

Contents:
Lease Book

South Hams  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/1  18th cent

(Vol. in roll)

Contents:
(Whole or parts of estate)
N. Pool, Salcombe, Malborough borough, Portlemouth, Ilton, Bolberry, Beauchamp, Bolberry Allen, Colaton Prawle, S. Huish, Galmpton, Thurslestone, W. Allington

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/2  1777

Contents:
As D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/1 plus E. Sewer, S. Milton, minus W. Allington

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/3  c. 1800

Contents:
Thurslestone
Summary of leaseholds

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/4  1803

Contents:
Particular (E. Sower, Bolberry Beauchamp, Galmpton)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/South Hams/5  1803

Contents:
Valuation
(Ilton, W. Allington, Salcombe, Colaton Prawle, Portlemouth)

Honiton  D1508M/E/Surveys/Honiton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Honiton/1  1751

Contents:
Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Honiton/2  1767

Contents:
Survey (part)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Honiton/3  1748 and 1751

Contents:
Note on leaseholds

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Honiton/4  1804 - 5

Contents:
Particulars, for sale

Kenton  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/1  c. 1700

Conditions of access: Not found July 1985

Contents:
("No. 8)
Roll

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/2  c. 1720

Contents:
Particular of manor
(Also Haldon Park, Teignmouth and Starcross)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/3  ante 1715

Contents:
"Ola survey"
"No. 7"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/4  ?c. 1700

Contents:
Particular of manor
"No. 5"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/5  ?c. 1700

Contents:
"No. 3"
Particular of manor

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/6  pre-1715

Contents:
"No. 4"
Particular of manor
Includes customs of manor and boundaries

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/7  1749

Contents:
"Survey or Rental"
(With Teignmouth Passage, Starcross)
"No. 2"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/8  1757

Contents:
"No. 12"
(With Teignmouth, etc.)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/9  1825

Contents:
"Rental and Particular"
(With Teignmouth, etc.)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/10  1774

Contents:
Survey or rental of 1774 (Teignmouth etc.)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/11  c. 1800

Contents:
Rental and Particular

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/12  1828

Contents:
"Abstract" (with E. Teignmouth, Kenn, Exminster, Alphington, Topsham, Exeter St. Pancras, Whitestone)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/13  1835

Contents:
"Schedule of leases"
Manor

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/14  1863

Contents:
Valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/15  1863

Contents:
Valuation
(As above but with Powderham)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/16  1847

Contents:
Marsh Farm
Valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/17  1857

Contents:
Marsh Barton
Valuation

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/18  c. 1840


Related information: (See also under D1508M/E/Rentals/Alphington/7)

Contents:
Valuation (with Powderham Castle)

Milton Damarel  D1508M/E/Surveys/Milton Damarel  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Milton Damarel/1  1712

Contents:
Survey (with rental)

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/E/Surveys/Moretonhampstead  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Moretonhampstead/1  1862

Contents:
Valuation

Okehampton etc.  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/1  c. 1750

Contents:
Park Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/2  1755

Contents:
Park Survey

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/3  1765

Contents:
Survey of Manor of Halstock p. Okehampton

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/4  1766

Contents:
Manor of Halstock etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/5  1766

Contents:
Rough sketch and valuation Halstock

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/6  c. 1780

Contents:
Meldon, Halstock

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/7  1797

Contents:
Valuation, Park

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/8  c. 1780, 1794

Contents:
Halstock
Memo re. chief and Venvil rents, with memo re tenants' right of common

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Okehampton/9  post 1804

4 items


Related information: See also under D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock

Contents:
Particular Meldon

Powderham  D1508M/E/Surveys/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Powderham/1  1808

Contents:
Valuation of Farms in Hand

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Powderham/2  19th cent


Related information: See also D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/15

Contents:
Particulars

Tavistock  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/1  17th cent

Contents:
Valuation
(Tavistock and area: Whitchurch, Lamerton, Bere Ferrors, Milton Abbot, Tamerton, Walkhampton, Sampford Spiney, Calstock, Brentor, Widecombe)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/2  1731

Contents:
Lease book

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/3  18th cent

Contents:
Book (estates of Henry Courtenay)
With memo. re Okehampton Park

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/4  1736

Contents:
(Lands late George Courtenay, Esq.)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/5  1801

Contents:
Valuation
(With Halstock, Meldon, Okehampton)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/6  c. 1750

Contents:
Valuation (with Tamerton)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Tavistock/7  18th cent

Contents:
Survey

East Teignmouth  D1508M/E/Surveys/East Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/East Teignmouth/1  1660


Related information: (See also D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/1, D1508M/E/Surveys/Kenton/2, and D1508M/E/Surveys/7)

Contents:
Teignmouth Courtenay Manor

Whitchurch  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whitchurch/1  1833

Contents:
Review of Boundaries

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whitchurch/2  c. 1863

Contents:
Survey

Wolborough  D1508M/E/Surveys/Wolborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Wolborough/1  1756


Related information: (See also D1508M/E/Surveys/Alphington/1)

Contents:
Survey

Whole Estate  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/1  c. 1715

Contents:
"Old survey of Cheverston, Kenton and Wolborough"
(Entries to 1715)
Moreton, Whitestone, S. Hams, Alphington, Powderham, etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/2  c. 1700

Contents:
S. Hams, Wolborough, Alphington, Moreton, Kenton, Powderham, Teignmouth, Malborough borough

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/3  c. 1700

Contents:
"List of Estate settled on James Courtenay"

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/4  n.d

Contents:
"Annual Valuation of Courtenay's estates in England".
(Includes rights of wreck)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/5  1766

Contents:
Particular of Leases
(Meldon, Moreton hampstead, Powderham, Kenton)

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/6  n.d

Contents:
Survey of Estates for Marriage settlement for Lady Frances
S. Hams, Wolborough, Moreton, Chagford, Powderham, Kenton, Teignmouth, Milton Damarel

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/7  n.d

Contents:
Particular of Castle, Manor and demesne lands of Powderham and Ilton and whole estate

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/8  1837

Contents:
Valuation of Leasehold estates, mainly Kenton

[no title]  D1508M/E/Surveys/Whole Estate/9  1820

Contents:
Particular
Wolborough, Moreton, N. Bovey, Bovey Tracey, Tamerton Foliot, Hennock, North Lew, Holsworthy, Chagford, Lamerton, Milton Damarel

MAPS AND PLANS: MAIN SERIES  D1508M/E/MP  [n.d.]

East Allington  D1508M/E/MP/East Allington  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/East Allington/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/East Allington/Maps/1  1866

7 items

Damaged

Contents:
East Allington and Woodleigh
Maps with volume of particulars and papers.
Tracing paper backed.

Alphington  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/1  1749

Contents:
Alphington (Higher Bromham)
Barn Close at the Haven
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/2  1749

Contents:
Mr. Coffins Land
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/3  1759

Contents:
Hussey's Tenements
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/4  1760

Contents:
Lands in Alphington - fine copy of 5.
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/5  1761

Contents:
Lands in Alphington, Dunsford, Kenton (copy)
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/6  1768

Contents:
Elwills, rough map
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/7  1798

Contents:
Brown's Tenement etc.
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/8  18th cent

Contents:
Courtenay lands
Before 1762 (creation of Viscountcy)
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/9  c.1840

Contents:
Copy parts of Tithe map
Tracing paper on cartridge

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/10  post 1850

Contents:
Beanfield
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/11  c. 1900

Contents:
Pools Farm
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/12  n.d

Contents:
Lands between Alphington and Ide
Tracing paper backed

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/13  n.d

Contents:
Linhay Marshes
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/14  n.d

Contents:
Road from Teignmouth - Dawlish - Starcross - Exminster
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/15  n.d

Contents:
Wilcocks Farm
Paper

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/1  c.1800

Contents:
Lake's Field
Paper. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/2  1843

2 items

Contents:
Bridge at St James' Weir
Paper. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/3  1851

Contents:
Alphington House
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/4  1854

Contents:
Draft plan of leasehold farms
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/5  1855

Contents:
Plan of house, with lands in St. Leonards and St. Thomas. Wilcocks
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/6  1879

Contents:
Cottages, leasehold
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/7  1883

Contents:
House and ruins - "The Laurels"
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/8  c. 1900

Contents:
Mr. Whippell's tanyard
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/9  1903

Contents:
Alden Farm. With specifications
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/10  1906

Contents:
Plan of row of leasehold cottages
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/10a  1906 - 1907

Contents:
Plans specifications etc. Moss Cottage
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/11  1916

Contents:
Plans and Correspondence of the cottage and Ide Lodge
Oiled Silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/12  1919 - 1920

Contents:
Washhouse at Mill Lane Cottage
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/13  n.d

Contents:
National School
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/14  n.d

Contents:
Council School playground
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/15  n.d

Contents:
Admiral Vernon's House
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/16  n.d

Contents:
House
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/17  n.d

Contents:
Wash-house
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/18  n.d

Contents:
Shed, with correspondence
Oiled silk and paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Plans/19  n.d

Contents:
Petroleum store
Paper

West Alvington  D1508M/E/MP/West Alvington  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/West Alvington/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/West Alvington/Maps/1  c. 1780

Contents:
Manor of Ilton
(Viscount Courtenay)
Parchment

North Bovey  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Maps/1  1842

Contents:
Copy Tithe map
Paper backed, coloured

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Maps/2  n.d

Contents:
Sanduck Farm
Paper backed, wash

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Maps/3  n.d

Contents:
Farm
Paper backed, wash

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Plans/1  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Luckdon Farm buildings
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/North Bovey/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
Week Farm buildings
Paper. Wash.

Dawlish  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/1  1836

Contents:
Cockwood Estate
Printed paper backed

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/2  1886

Contents:
Shutterton Marsh
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/3  c. 1900

Contents:
Easdon, exchanges
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/4  c. 1900

Contents:
Water Supply, Dawlish West
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/5  n.d

Contents:
Cockwood Estate
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Maps/6  n.d

Contents:
Building land between Dawlish and Warren
Tracing paper

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Plans/1  1866

Contents:
Easdon Farm
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish/Plans/2  c? 1870

Contents:
View of Dawlish Pier
Printed Paper

Dawlish Warren  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Maps/1  n.d

Contents:
The Warren
Paper, backed

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Maps/2  1908

Contents:
OS. 6" Warren
Paper. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Maps/3  1888, 1903/4

Contents:
Copies of extent of Warren taken from OS.
Oiled silk, paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/1a  1884

Contents:
East end of Warren
Tracing paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/1  1946

Contents:
Groyne at Station
Paper. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
The Green cottage
Paper. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/3  20th cent

4 items

Contents:
Cottages on Warren
Plans and elevations
Paper and oiled silk; Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/4  20th cent

Contents:
Golf Course
Oiled silk. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/5  1903-1925

Contents:
Houses on Warren, 1903
Also map of houses, 1925
Oiled silk backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/6  1929

Contents:
Plans of Houses
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/7  20th cent

Contents:
Proposed groyning
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/8  1898

Contents:
Tide Chart
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/9  1883

Contents:
Cottages near Warren
Paper backed

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/10  n.d

Contents:
Proposed House
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/11  n.d

Contents:
Warren
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/12  1908 - 1912

3 items

Contents:
Boat-houses
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/13  1872

Contents:
Mount Pleasant Inn
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/14  nd

Contents:
Bungalows, showing dates washed away
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/15  1911

Contents:
Bungalow
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/16  n.d

Contents:
Warren Restaurant
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/17  n.d

5 items

Contents:
Small plans
Tracing paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Dawlish Warren/Plans/18  1911

Contents:
New Bungalow
Oiled silk

Exminster  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Maps/1  1795

Contents:
Crab Lake
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Maps/2  c. 1880

Contents:
Estate map
Paper, cloth backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Maps/3  n.d

Contents:
Crablake, Redhill
Tracing paper, backed

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/1  n.d

Contents:
Salt-marsh
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
Council School
Oiled Silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/3  n.d

Contents:
Cottage, plan and elevation
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/4  n.d

Contents:
Charles Snell's Farm
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/5  n.d

Contents:
Railway Fencing, Brewers Marsh
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/6  n.d

Contents:
Great Marsh
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/7  19th cent

8 items

Contents:
Miscellaneous building plans
Paper, oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/8  n.d

4 items

Contents:
Plans of Cottages
Paper, oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Exminster/Plans/9  n.d

Contents:
Sentries Farm buildings
Paper

Haldon  D1508M/E/MP/Haldon  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Haldon/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Haldon/Maps/1  c. 1800

Contents:
Parish Chudleigh, Kenn, Mamhead etc.
Parchment

Highweek  D1508M/E/MP/Highweek  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Highweek/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Highweek/Plans/1  1849

Contents:
Lord Devon's land on River Lemon
Paper

Holsworthy  D1508M/E/MP/Holsworthy  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Holsworthy/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Holsworthy/Maps/1  c. 1800

Contents:
Holsworthy and N. Lew
Parchment. Colour.

Ide  D1508M/E/MP/Ide  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/E/MP/Alphington/Maps/12

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Ide/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ide/Plans/1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of The Laurels
Paper. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ide/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
Ide Drainage Scheme.
Oiled Silk.

Ireland  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/1  1773

Contents:
Printed map of R. Shannon
Limerick - Athlone by Cowan
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/2  ?1773

Contents:
Printed map of R. Shannon, Athlone to Lough-Allen by Cowan.
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/3  ?1773

Contents:
Printed map - Rivers Shannon and Fergus - the sea to Limerick by Cowan.
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/4  1776

Contents:
Newcastle, Co. Limerick
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/5  1837

Contents:
Devon estates in Co. Limerick
(Copied from map of 1710 with additions)
Paper, ink and wash, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/6  ?1837

Contents:
Devon estates in Co. Limerick
(Copy of 1710 map)
Paper, ink and wash, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Ireland/Maps/7  n.d

Contents:
The Castle, Newcastle
Plan and photograph.
With plan of castle and demesne.
Paper, oiled silk.

Kenn  D1508M/E/MP/Kenn  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenn/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenn/Plans/1  1856

Contents:
Toll House, Kenn Lane
Paper

Kenton  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/1  1783

Contents:
Parish
Large. Parchment. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/2  1882

Contents:
Butts Farm
Paper backed, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/3  1808

Contents:
Cockwood Marshes
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/4  1810

Contents:
Shutterton Marsh
Parchment. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/5  1837

Contents:
Cofford Estate
Paper, colour (lurid)

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/6  1839

Contents:
Millands Bottom
Paper, backed, ink and wash

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/7  1840

Contents:
Cheverstone and Luxes
Paper backed, ink and wash

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/8  ?1847

Contents:
Rough Map - Kenton - Babels Bridge
(See D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/2)
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/9  1847

Contents:
Kenton and Powderham Lands between Babels Bridge and R. Exe.
Paper backed, ink wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/10  1783, (c. 1900)

Conditions of access: Unfit for production

Contents:
Property in 1793 and "present day".
Tracing paper, frail.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/11  1904

Contents:
O.S. 6"
Ideford - Littleham - Alphington - Faringdon.
Paper. Backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/12  1906

Contents:
Chiverstone Farm
O.S. 6"
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/12a  1906

Contents:
Wilsworthy Farm O.S. map 1" to 1 mile, 2nd edition.
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/13  n.d

Contents:
?Kenton. (part of series 13-17d)
Area: Kenton - Starcross
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/14  n.d

Contents:
Parish (part of series 13-17d)
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/15  n.d

Contents:
Dowlish - (part of series 13-17d)
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/16  nd

Contents:
South town area (part of series 13-17d)
Parchment

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/17  n.d

Contents:
Village and Rector, South town, East town (with series 13-17d).
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/17a  n.d

Contents:
East town (part of series 13-17d)
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/17b-d  nd

Contents:
Three unfinished maps, no place.
(Part of series 13-17d)
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/18  n.d

Contents:
Rough map ?copy Tithe map
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/19  n.d

Contents:
Paintes farm
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/20  n.d

Contents:
Crop map
Tracing paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/21  n.d

Contents:
Cropping maps (in many parts)
Tracing paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/22  n.d

Contents:
Cockwood Marshes
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/23  n.d

Contents:
Vale of Land - Babels Bridge to River Exe, (8, 3 parts).
Paper, printed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Maps/24  n.d

Contents:
Cofton estate
Oiled silk, colour.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/1  c.1800

Contents:
Proposed House, Powderham Street with estimate
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/2  1852

Contents:
Buildings at Cofford Farm
Tracing paper backed, wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/3  1852

Contents:
Buildings at Venn Bridge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/4  19th cent

Contents:
Mount Pleasant Inn
Paper, wash

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/5  1875

Contents:
Eastdon Farm - exchange plans.
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/6  1894

Contents:
Cottages at Cofton
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/7  1907

Contents:
Estate Office House and Equipment
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/8  1907

3 items

Contents:
Linhay etc., Ford Farm
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/9  1916

Contents:
Butts Farm with correspondence.
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/10  1919

Contents:
Kenton Mill. Plans, correspondence, estimate and tender.
Oiled silk etc.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/11  1851

Contents:
Proposed Milking Parlour, Halwell
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/12  1952

Contents:
Home Farm, Milking Parlour
Tracing paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/13  1952

Contents:
Milking parlour, Home Farm
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/14  1958

Contents:
Kenton Lodge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/15  1961 etc

Contents:
?rectory with papers
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/16  1964

Contents:
East Town Farm
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/17  n.d

Contents:
Smith's Shop, Dawlish Road
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/18  n.d

Contents:
Court Hall
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/19  n.d

Contents:
Ash Farm cattle shed etc.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/20  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Ford Farm
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/21  n.d

2 items

Contents:
Coach Houses
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/22  n.d

Contents:
Lodge at Warborough Road with estimates and correspondence.
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/23  n.d

Contents:
Cottages
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/24  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Alterations to cottages
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/25  n.d

Contents:
Court Hall Cottages
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/26  n.d

Contents:
Cottages, Warborough Road
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/26a  n.d

Contents:
Toll Bar, South Town - allotment garden
Plan.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/27  n.d

Contents:
Cottages, with correspondence etc.
Paper and tracing.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/28  n.d

Contents:
Cofford, drain plans.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/29  n.d

Contents:
New Offices
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/30  n.d

Contents:
Southbrook
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/31  n.d

Contents:
Sanitary alterations at Infant school.
Backed, paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/32  n.d

Contents:
Cottages
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/33  n.d

Contents:
Eastdon Farm Cottage
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Kenton/Plans/34  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Bar, Bar fittings etc. Devon Arms
Paper.

Malborough  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Maps/1  1777

Contents:
Lands in Malborough and South Huish (Bolt Head to Bolt Tail)
Parchment, Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Maps/2  1841

Contents:
Parish - copy tithe
Paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Maps/3  c. 1850

Contents:
Part of parish, Salcombe
Paper, backed.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans/1  1846

Contents:
Farm buildings, Ilton
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
West Batson Hall - barn
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans/3  n.d

2 items

Contents:
Hope Cove Harbour piers
Paper, wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans/4  n.d

Conditions of access: Unfit for Production

Contents:
Ilton Castle Plan with damaged tracings.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Malborough/Plans/5  n.d

Contents:
Farm - barn - West Batson Hall
Paper.

Milton Damarel  D1508M/E/MP/Milton Damarel  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Milton Damarel/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Milton Damarel/Maps/1  1780

Contents:
Milton Damarel and Cookbury.
Property of Rectory of Milton Damarel.
Parchment. Wash.

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Maps/1  1840

Contents:
Tithe map, plan 1
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Maps/2  1840

Contents:
Tithe map. Plan 4
Paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Maps/3  1870-1874

6 items

Contents:
Moreton Woods and Copice Woods
Paper backed.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Plans/1  1857

Contents:
Uppacott - mill plans and specifications
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Moretonhampstead/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
Water supply to wheel at Clifford Farm
Paper.

Newton Abbot  D1508M/E/MP/Newton Abbot  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Newton Abbot/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Newton Abbot/Maps/1  post 1803

Contents:
Newton Abbot town and lands adjoining on east
Paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Newton Abbot/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Newton Abbot/Plans/1  n.d

Contents:
Mr. Lane's property
Paper.

South Pool  D1508M/E/MP/South Pool  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/South Pool/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/South Pool/Maps/1  1777

Contents:
North Pool Manor
Parchment. Wash.

Powderham  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/1  1783 or 1785

Contents:
Map of parish
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/2  c. 1725

Contents:
Volume Powderham and Kenton - enlargement of Whittlesea's Book-map
Paper, volume.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/3  1804

Contents:
Rough map of Park
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/4  1836

Contents:
Lands at Powderham Castle
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/5  1836

Contents:
Parish (with railway line superimposed)
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/6  1904

Contents:
O.S. 6" sheet 92 S.E. Powderham, Kenton.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/7  n.d

Contents:
Rough map of parish
Tracing paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Maps/8  n.d

Contents:
Enclosures on Powderham estate on River Kenn
Paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/1  c. 1800

4 items

Contents:
Powderham Castle Mill Plans, elevations etc.
Paper

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/2  c. 1800

Contents:
Bridge - New Bunnys, Powderham Marshes

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/3  c. 1855

2 items

Contents:
Drains alteration - culverts
South Devon Railway plan and section
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/4  1859

Contents:
Proposed occupation Bridge at Boathouse
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/5  1862

Contents:
Section from Castle to Railway.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/6  1926

Contents:
Repair of water-wheel,
Plans and papers
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/7  1927

Contents:
Plans and specifications 2 cottages
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/8  n.d

Contents:
Farm buildings, Exwill Barton
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/9  n.d

5 items

Contents:
Powderham Rectory
Paper, pencil.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/10  n.d

4 items

Contents:
Exwill Barton, Plans and specifications
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/11  n.d

Contents:
Embankment, Plan and sections.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/12  n.d

4 items

Contents:
Saw-mills
Tracing paper, oiled silk, paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/13  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Proposed bathroom at Powderham Gardens
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/14  n.d

Contents:
Sluice Gate
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/15  n.d

Contents:
Timber shed, estate yard
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/16  n.d

Contents:
Allotments
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham/Plans/17  n.d

Contents:
Powderham Arch-Lodge near
Paper.

Powderham Castle  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/1  c. 1850

Contents:
Kitchen Range
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/2  1911

Contents:
Plans of vinery etc.
Tracing paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/3  ?c. 1950

Contents:
Copy-drawing of Powderham by Charles Fowler 1846. Ground Floor.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/4  1953

Contents:
Proposed alterations to Chapel Wing
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/5  ?1954

Contents:
Roof plans
Tracing paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/6  1954

(c. 12 items)

Conditions of access: NOT AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC.

Contents:
Plans and elevations, Castle
Also series of rough tracings.
Tracing paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/7  1963

Conditions of access: NOT AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC.

Contents:
Roof plan
Plan.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Powderham Castle/Plans/8  1957

Contents:
Mediaeval arrangement of hall etc.

Starcross  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Maps/1  1755

Contents:
Water-front and quays
Parchment. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Maps/2  ?1755

Contents:
Draft of ?part of 1
Paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/1  1809

Contents:
Plan of dry dock
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/2  1840

Contents:
Double Cottage at Haydon Common
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/3  1847

3 items

Contents:
Plans of unknown house found with No. 12
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/4  1868

Contents:
Turnpike Gate
Paper backed, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/5  1889

Contents:
Staplake House
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/6  n.d

Contents:
Mr. Geare's premises
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/7  19th cent

Contents:
New farm-house
Paper. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/7a  1889

Contents:
Jetty and station
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/8  n.d

Contents:
Piggery at Vennbridge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/9  n.d

Contents:
Proposed new road
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/10  n.d

Contents:
Lands on Main Street
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/11  20th cent

Contents:
Coronation Terrace
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/12  1901

Contents:
Buildings on Commercial Road
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/13  1907 - 1910

9 items

Contents:
Stile Farm and papers
Paper, oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/14  1921

Contents:
Cottage
Paper, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/14a  1926

Contents:
Road Improvement
Tracing paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Starcross/Plans/15  1933

Contents:
Plans and specifications for Red House.
Paper.

Tavistock  D1508M/E/MP/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Tavistock/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Tavistock/Maps/1  1768

Contents:
Lands of William John Gill, Cudlipp and others of Lord Courtenay.
Parchment and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Tavistock/Maps/2  1859

Contents:
Mining plans, Tavistock district
Paper backed, on rollers.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Tavistock/Maps/3  1867

4 items

Contents:
Parish
Printed Paper.

Teignmouth  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/1  1759

Contents:
East and West Teignmouth
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/2  1771

Contents:
Teignmouth Harbour
Paper. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/3  n.d

Contents:
The Denn
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/4  ? before 1805

Contents:
The Denn, Teignmouth East
Paper. Ink and Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/5  1805

Contents:
The Denn, East Teignmouth
Paper. Ink and Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/6  1812

Contents:
Holcombe Down, East Teignmouth
Paper. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/7  1836

Contents:
Harbour. Map and Chart
Printed paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/8  1854

Contents:
East Teignmouth etc.
Parchment. Colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Maps/9  1887

7 items

Contents:
Copies O.S. 25"
Whole town (with key).
Oiled silk.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Plans/1  ? c. 1840

2 items

Contents:
Houses on the Denn, Plans and elevations
Paper. Wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Teignmouth/Plans/2  1846

Contents:
Site for market
Paper. Wash.

Thurlestone  D1508M/E/MP/Thurlestone  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Thurlestone/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Thurlestone/Maps/1  c. 1840

Contents:
Copy tithe map
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Thurlestone/Maps/2  1851

Contents:
With South Milton, Boveton etc. and papers.
Paper backed.

Whitchurch  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/1  1780

Contents:
Newhouse
Ink and wash. Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/2  1790

Contents:
Whitchurch Tavistock and Tamarton
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/3  c. 1800

Contents:
Whitchurch and Walreddon Down
(Mentions Wheal Surprize)
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/3a  n.d

Contents:
Walreddon Down etc.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/4  1813

Contents:
Walreddon Down
Paper. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/4a  1813

3 items

Contents:
Walreddon Down etc. (showing mines)
Paper and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/5  1813

3 items

Contents:
Whitchurch Down etc.
Paper. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/5a  1814

Contents:
Map of Whitchurch area
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/6  1845

2 items

Contents:
Pewtor Common
Walreddon - Sampford Spiney
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/7  1848

Contents:
Parish (Gully, surveyor)
Ink and wash. Paper Backed.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Maps/8

Contents:
O.S. map sheet reference CXI N.E.
(Whitchurch - Buckland Monachorum)
Paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/1  1893

Contents:
Plans and specifications Crowndale Mine Cottages.
Paper, and tracing.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/2  1899, 1903

2 items

Contents:
Budge Hill Farm
Paper backed, tracing.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/3  n.d

Contents:
Brook Mill Water supply
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/4  n.d

Contents:
Brook Farm, plans and elevations
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/5  n.d

Contents:
Tor Farm
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitchurch/Plans/6  1945

Contents:
Walreddon Manor
Paper.

Whitestone  D1508M/E/MP/Whitestone  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitestone/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitestone/Maps/1  n.d

Contents:
Whitestone - field map of Cuttridge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitestone/Maps/2  n.d

Contents:
Part of parish (labelled Alphington) (tithe?)
Paper backed. Ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Whitestone/Maps/3  1870, 1871

4 items

Contents:
Stoke and Whitestone Woods and Coppices
Paper, backed.

Wolborough  D1508M/E/MP/Wolborough  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Wolborough/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Wolborough/Maps/1  n.d

Contents:
Clay-pits
Oiled silk. Backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Wolborough/Maps/2  1904

Contents:
O.S. 6" showing estates, coloured
Paper, on rollers.

Miscellaneous  D1508M/E/MP/Misc  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Misc/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Misc/Plans/1  19th - 20th century

Contents:
Bundle miscellaneous plans of houses, buildings, drains etc. Places unidentified.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Misc/Plans/2  1834

Contents:
Printed map of Rotterdam
Paper.

RIVERS  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps/1  1727

Contents:
River Teign: called chart of Teignmouth Harbour
By Prowse.
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps/2  1757

Contents:
Topsham Harbour
Paper, backed, colour.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps/3  1892

Contents:
Exmouth Harbour. Printed chart
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps/4  n.d

Contents:
Map of River Exe showing Starcross - Kenmouth - Powderham
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Maps/5  nd

Contents:
Exe Bight

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Plans/1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of canal showing Double Lock
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Rivers/Plans/2  n.d

Contents:
Bridge at Countess Wear

TRANSPORT  D1508M/E/MP/Transport  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/1  1850

Contents:
South Devon Railway, Alphington - Aller
Original and copy.
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/2  post 1819

Contents:
Moreton and South Devon Railway, proposed extension Moreton - Chagford
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/3  n.d

3 items

Contents:
Railway - Plymouth and Exeter
Alphington - Dawlish Warren and Woolborough.
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/4  n.d

3 items

Contents:
South Devon Railway. Alphington, Powderham Dawlish
Tracing paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/5  1936 - 1937

2 items

Contents:
Great Western Railway Dawlish and Exminster
Powderham - Starcross area
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Maps/6  1953

Contents:
St. Thomas R.D.C. Water Supply scheme (about 8)
Paper.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/1  1855

Contents:
Plan of culvert at Cockwood - Kenton to Dawlish.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/2  1861

Contents:
Proposed improvement of road from South Town with articles of agreement - ?Powderham.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/3  n.d

Contents:
Countess Wear Bridge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/4  n.d

Contents:
South Devon Railway. Sections, plans, elevations Powderham, Kenton, Dawlish.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/5  n.d

Contents:
Powderham Road improvement
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/6  20th century

Contents:
Bundle of Plans specifications etc.
Newton Abbot - roads and buildings.
Oiled silk, paper, tracing paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Transport/Plans/7  n.d

Contents:
Plan and section of Sea - Wall and railway? near Starcross.
Paper.

Ordnance Survey Maps  D1508M/E/MP/OS  [n.d.]

O.S. Maps 1" to 1 mile  D1508M/E/MP/OS/1  1869

Contents:
Sheet XXIII (Start Point) 1869
Sheet XXII (Torbay. Exeter) 1809
Sheet XXIV (Bolt Head - Plymouth. Looe) 1809

O.S. Maps 25" to 1 mile  D1508M/E/MP/OS/2  nd

Contents:
Sheet LXXX/14 (Alphington)
Sheet XCII/14 (Kenn, Kenton)
Sheet XCII/4 (Topsham village)
Sheet LXXX/13 (Ide)
Sheet XCII/7 (Exminster, Powderham)
Sheet LXXIX/7 (Holcombe Burnell, Tedburn, Whitestone)
Sheet LXXIX/3 (Whitestone, Tedburn)
Sheet LXXX/5 (Exwick village)
Sheet LXXIX/8 (Alphington, Whitestone, Alphin Brook)
Sheet CII/3 (Mamhead)
Sheet XCII/15 (Cheverstone, Kenton, West Town)
Sheet XCII/12 (Powderham Park, north)
Sheet CII/8 (Starcross (Cockwood))
Sheet CV/15 (Tavistock, Whitchurch - Shillamill etc.)
Sheet CII/2 (Kenton, Mamhead)
Sheet XCII/8 (Exminster - Exton)
Sheet XCII/7 (Kenn, Exminster, Powderham)
Sheet ? (Warborough, Plantation etc.)
Sheet LXXX/14 (Alphington 2nd copy)
Sheet LXXX/15 (Countess Wear)
Sheet XCII/10 (Kenn)
Sheet LXXX/9 (Alphington, Pecombe, Ide)
Sheet LXXX/13 (Ide)
Sheet XCII/15 (Cheverstone, Kenton, West Town)
Sheet LXXIX/4 (Whitestone)
Sheet CV/16 (Whitchurch - Tavistock - Grenofen, Walreddon)

O.S. MAPS, SCALE OF 1 in 500  D1508M/E/MP/OS/3  nd

Contents:
Sheet LXXX/6/11 (St. Davids Hill)
Sheet LXXX/6/12 (Queen Street, Rougemont Castle)
Sheet LXXX/6/17 (Cathedral Bedford Circus)

Pedigrees etc.  D1508M/E/MP/Pedigrees  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Pedigrees/1  18th and 19th centuries

3 items

Contents:
Courtenay of Powderham
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Pedigrees/2  1595

2 mm

Contents:
Reynell. Ogwell etc.
Parchment, coloured

[no title]  D1508M/E/MP/Pedigrees/3  n.d

Contents:
Printed Arms of Cities and Boroughs
Paper, 4 sheets.

MAPS AND PLANS: SERIES A  D1508M/E/MPA  [n.d.]

Alphington  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A1  18th cent

Contents:
Maps of roads in parish
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A2  1748

Contents:
Maps of disputed paths through Barn field etc.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A3  1769

Contents:
Rough map of Downman's tenement
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A4  1768

Contents:
Rough map of Brown's tenement
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A5  1803

Contents:
Map of Wood-Ball
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A6  1753

Contents:
Rough map of lands in Alphington
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A7  1755

Contents:
Mr. Garrett's map of Tapleys
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A8  1803

Contents:
Map of Long Down and Black Hat
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A9  1760

Contents:
Map of Pitfields Farm
("Messuage and tenement called Stonehedge")
Well-drawn.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A10  c. 1750

Contents:
Map of Bliss' end Vinnicomb's tenements
Paper, ink and wash, coloured.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A11  1759

Contents:
Map of tenement of Pyne, rough
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A12  1768

Contents:
Map of Parr's tenement rough.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A13  c. 1750

Damaged

Contents:
Field map of Vinnicomb's and Bliss' tenements
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A14  1749

Contents:
Map of Barn Close
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A15  c. 1750

Contents:
Fragments of map of farms in Alphington
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A16  19th cent

Contents:
"Alph. no. 4"
? Copy tithe map
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A17  19th cent

Contents:
"Alph. no. 3"
? copy tithe map
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A18  19th cent

Contents:
Map of town
Oiled silk, colour wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A19  n.d

Contents:
Plan of houses in St. Thomas Street, ? Alphington
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Alphington/Maps/A20  1760

Contents:
Map of Longdown, Black Hat, Wood Ball
Showing strip-farming
Paper.

North Bovey  D1508M/E/MPA/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/North Bovey/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/North Bovey/Plans/A1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of exchanges
Oiled silk.

Bovey Tracey  D1508M/E/MPA/Bovey Tracey  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Bovey Tracey/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Bovey Tracey/Plans/A1  1837

Contents:
Plan of part of Bovey Heathfield showing the Folly pottery and its leats, clay pits, the coal works with an engine house and whim, lime kilns, turnpike gate and tramway (Haytor Granite tramway)
Paper coloured, ink and wash.

Exminster  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps/A1  c. 1800

Contents:
Map of Collings' Place and Kingsdon
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps/A2  c. 1800

Contents:
Map of Summer Leers Marshes
Papers.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps/A3  c. 1829

Contents:
Map of lands in, near Countess Weir
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps/A4  c. 1795

Contents:
Map of Crablake tenement, purchased 1795, with sale notice 1785

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Exminster/Maps/A5  20th cent

Contents:
Map of fields between railway and Turf Lock.
Oiled silk.

Highweek  D1508M/E/MPA/Highweek  [n.d.]


Related information: See also D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Highweek/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Highweek/Maps/A1  1757

Contents:
Field map of Higher Staple Hill
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Highweek/Maps/A2  nd

Contents:
Field map Hutch Marsh
Paper.

South Huish  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Plans/A1  1879

Contents:
Plan of lands at Galmpton, purchased Oiled silk.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Maps/A2  1891


Related information: (See D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A4)

Contents:
Map of South Huish and Court Barton
Paper-backed, coloured, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Maps/A3  1891


Related information: (See D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A4)

Contents:
Map of "Lease no. 19", with book of reference and papers

Kenton  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Plans

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Plans/A1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Court Hall
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title or date]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A2  n.d

Contents:
Rough map of, "plan no. 2"
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A3  n.d

Contents:
Rough map of, "plan no. 3"
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A4  n.d

Contents:
Rough map of, "plan no. 4", showing Starcross village
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A5  n.d

Contents:
Rough map of, "plan no. 5"
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A6  1886

Contents:
Map of Kenton shootings
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A7  1889

Contents:
Plan of New Outbuildings at High House
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A8  n.d

Contents:
Tivesland, map of
Paper, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A9  1890

Contents:
Oak farm, map of
Paper-backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A10  n.d

Contents:
Map of Willsworthy
Paper-backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A11  1880

Contents:
Map of Week Farm, or Painters Tenement
Tracing-paper backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A12  n.d

Contents:
Map of Helwill
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A13  1842

Contents:
Plans of Fords Cottage, with correspondence (Post Office)
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A14  1901

Contents:
Map of Cofford Mill
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A15  n.d

Contents:
Map of lands in Kenton
Powderham Mill
Printed, paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A16  1857 (also 1911)

Contents:
Map of Marsh Farm
Paper, printed, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Kenton/Maps/A17  1856

Contents:
Map of Marsh Farm
Paper, printed, ink and wash.

Malborough  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Furze Down Farm
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A2  n.d

Contents:
Map of parish
? copy tithe map
Oiled Silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A3  n.d

Contents:
Map of parish (southern portion)
? copy tithe map
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A4  1891


Related information: (See D1508M/E/MPA/South Huish/Maps/A2)

Contents:
Southdown, map of
Paper-backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A5  ? 1891

Contents:
Map of Bolberry
Paper-backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A6  1890

Contents:
Map of Lower Sewer Farm with papers
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A7  ? 1891

Contents:
Map of Ilton
Paper-backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A8  1890

Contents:
Map of Portlemouth and Rew
Paper backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Malborough/A9  ?1891

Contents:
Reference book to Portlemouth and Malborough.

Manaton  D1508M/E/MPA/Manaton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Manaton/A1  n.d

Contents:
Map of Earl of Devon's lands in
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Manaton/A2  n.d

2 copies

Contents:
Map of house and lands at Becky Falls
Oiled silk.

Milton Damarel  D1508M/E/MPA/Milton Damarel  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Milton Damarel/A1  18th cent

Contents:
Eye-sketch of waste-ground in dispute
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Milton Damarel/A2  nd

Contents:
Map of wastes in Milton Damarel with explanatory notes.
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Milton Damarel/A3  c.1820

Contents:
Map showing glebe-lands of
Paper.

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/E/MPA/Moretonhampstead  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Moretonhampstead/A1  n.d

Contents:
Lewton Farm plan
Tracing-paper backed, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Moretonhampstead/A2  n.d

Contents:
Coombe plan
Tracing-paper, dissected.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Moretonhampstead/A3  n.d

Contents:
Plan of East Coombe and Bear Land
Tracing-paper backed, dissected.

Newton Abbot  D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot/A1  1890

Contents:
Map of Ford House with correspondence etc.
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot/A2  n.d

Contents:
Town plan
Oiled silk

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot/A3  1887 etc

Contents:
Bundle of 15 maps of the town.
Copy Ordnance Survey, scale 1/500
Oiled silk.

Okehampton  D1508M/E/MPA/Okehampton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Okehampton/A1  c. 1800

Contents:
Plan of Okehampton Park
Parchment coloured.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Okehampton/A2  1795

Contents:
Plan of Okehampton Park woods, sold
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Okehampton/A3  n.d

Contents:
Map of part of Okehampton Park woods
Paper.

South Pool  D1508M/E/MPA/South Pool  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/South Pool/A1  n.d

3 copies.

Contents:
Exchange of lands in South Pool
Oiled silk.

Powderham  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A1  n.d

Contents:
"Powd. no. 1"
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A2  n.d

Contents:
"Powd. no. 2"
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A3  1793

Contents:
Rough map of Melons' and Gorse's estates
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A4  1871

Contents:
Plan of Powderham Boathouse bridge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A5  c. 1820

Contents:
Map of part of Exwell
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A6  1882

Contents:
Plan of Arch Lodge
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A7  n.d

Contents:
Plans of kennels
Paper and tracing-paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A8  n.d

2 copies.

Contents:
Plan of tennis courts etc.
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A9  n.d

5 copies.

Contents:
Plan of new steps, Powderham Castle
Oiled silk, tracing-paper, paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A10  n.d

Contents:
Map (part of) of lands between Lock and Powderham.
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A11  1907 - 8

Contents:
Bundle of plans and specifications concerning tennis' courts, also with kennels
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Powderham/A12  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Starcross Lodge Gate
Paper backed.

Salcombe  D1508M/E/MPA/Salcombe  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Salcombe/A1  n.d

Contents:
Plan of town of Salcombe
Oiled silk.

Starcross  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A1  c. 1820

Contents:
Plan of road alterations at Staplake
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A2  n.d

Contents:
Draft map, division of Starcross and Cofton districts
Tracing-paper backed, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A3  1868

Contents:
Plan of the Idiot Asylum
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A4  n.d

Contents:
Plan of asylum
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A5  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Western Counties Idiot Asylum
Paper, printed ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A6  1893

Contents:
Plan, corrected, of Western Counties Idiot Asylum
Tracing-paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A7  1875

Contents:
Plan of Starcross Asylum
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A8  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Newcombe's premises
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A9  n.d

Contents:
Coffers' Farm, plan
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A10  n.d

Contents:
Plan of houses in Starcross
Tracing-paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Starcross/A11  1903

Contents:
Plan of a house in Starcross near railway
Oiled silk.

Tavistock  D1508M/E/MPA/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Tavistock/A1  1806

Contents:
Plan of Tavistock canal with copy of Assembly of Canal Proprietors
Paper, printed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Tavistock/A2  1779

Contents:
Plan of Higher and Lower Particliffe Woods
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Tavistock/A3  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Lower Brook Farm (cf. Whitchurch)
Oiled silk.

Teignmouth  D1508M/E/MPA/Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Teignmouth/A1  1805

Contents:
Book of Reference to map

Thurlestone  D1508M/E/MPA/Thurlestone  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Thurlestone/A1  n.d

Contents:
4 sheets of map of Thurlestone
Bantham, Barton Village, Avonmouth, Whitley
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Thurlestone/A2  c. 1810

Contents:
Book of reference ? from tithe map

Whitchurch  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A1  1830 - 1834

Contents:
Vol. maps and references, Manor of Walreddon
Parchment.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A2  n.d

Contents:
4 maps of Brook Mill Leat
(2 with ink and wash perspective)
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A3  c. 1750

Contents:
Map of water-course from Whitchurch town to North Crowndell Mill
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A4  n.d

2 copies.

Contents:
Maps of lands on Plaster Down, concerning water-course to Crowndell Mill
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A5  1871

Contents:
Map of Whitchurch sales
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A6  1887

Contents:
Map of Walreddon estate
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A7  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Walreddon
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A8  n.d

Contents:
Map of lands in Walreddon
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A9  n.d

Contents:
Map of Whitchurch Down, Higher Walreddon
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A10  n.d

Contents:
Map of Walreddon
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A11  n.d

Contents:
Map of part of Brook and Crowndell Farms
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A12  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Badge Hill Estate
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A13  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Lower Brook Farm
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A14  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Lower Brook Farm
Tracing-paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A15  1896

Contents:
Plan of Lower Brook Farm
Tracing-paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Whitchurch/A16  n.d

Contents:
Map of Rixhill Tin mine
Copy O.S.
Tracing-paper.

Wolborough  D1508M/E/MPA/Wolborough  [n.d.]


Related information: (See also D1508M/E/MPA/Newton Abbot)

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Wolborough/A1  n.d

Contents:
Wolborough Ford Farm
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Wolborough/A2  c. 1844

Contents:
Book of Reference

Railway  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A1  1905

Contents:
Plan of Starcross station
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A2  1895

Contents:
Plan of Starcross Footbridge over railway
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A3  1885

Contents:
Plan of Starcross station
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A4  1885

Contents:
Plan of Starcross station cattlepens
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A5  1896

Contents:
Plans and sections of Starcross station extensions
Paper-backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A6  1896

Contents:
Plan and section of bridge under railway ? D. Warren.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A7  1896

Contents:
Plan of Starcross station alterations
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A8  1893

Contents:
Plan of Starcross station
Tracing-paper backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A9  n.d

Contents:
Map of proposed line at Powderham
Paper, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Railway/A10  1887

Contents:
East Cornwall Mineral Railway Co.
Map of line at Whitchurch and Tavistock.
Paper. Printed.

Rivers  D1508M/E/MPA/Rivers  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Rivers/A1  c. 1750

Conditions of access: Not found

Contents:
Map of Rivers Exe from James' Weir to estuary showing Courtenay's lands' in parish of Alphington.
Parchment, ink and wash.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Rivers/A2  c. 1750

Conditions of access: Not found

Contents:
Map of River Exe at the Weir and Salmon Pool
Paper

Miscellaneous  D1508M/E/MPA/Misc  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPA/Misc/A1  nd

Contents:
1 bundle of miscellaneous plans.

MAPS AND PLANS: SERIES "B"  D1508M/E/MPB  [n.d.]

Dawlish  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B1  1882

Contents:
Bundle plans and elevations, road at Cockwood

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B2  n.d

Contents:
Map of Cockwood and Eastdon
Tracing, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B3  1890

Contents:
Map of Cofton
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B4  n.d

Contents:
Map, Cofton and Eastdon
Paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B5  n.d

Contents:
Map of Eastdon roads
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B6  n.d

Contents:
Plan of roads in Dawlish - Kenton
Oiled silk.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B7  1887

Contents:
Plan, Cloggshall, Dawlish and estimates
Paper.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish/B8  n.d

Contents:
Plan Cofton school site
Oiled silk.

Dawlish Warren  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish Warren  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Dawlish Warren/B1  1869

Contents:
7 Plans proposed protection works, Warren.
Oiled silk and tracing copies.

Kenton  D1508M/E/MPB/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Kenton/B1  n.d

Contents:
Week District
Tracing-paper, backed.

[no title]  D1508M/E/MPB/Kenton/B2  n.d

Contents:
District of Week
Oiled silk.

MANOR  D1508M/M  [n.d.]

Alphington  D1508M/M/Alphington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/1  1747 - 1758

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/2  1835 - 1847

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/3  1639 - 1674

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/4  1747 - 1834

Contents:
Presentments
Court Leet and Baron

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/5  1688 - 1793

Contents:
Lists of Reeves and Bailiffs

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/6  1750

Contents:
Copy of Deodand, City of Exeter, sent to Lord of Manor (Sir Edward Courtenay)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Alphington/7  c. 1836

Contents:
Court Procedure for Manor of Alphington, and also Exminster, Kenton and E. Teignmouth

Bovey Tracey  D1508M/M/Bovey Tracey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Bovey Tracey/1  1654 - 1751

Contents:
Court Book, Borough
(Loose sheets after 1748)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Bovey Tracey/2  1655 - 1729

Contents:
Presentments - 18th cent, copy extracts

Braunton Abbots  D1508M/M/Braunton Abbots  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Braunton Abbots/1  1489 - 1635

Contents:
Court Rolls
1489 - 90, 1500 - 1, 1509, 1552, 1558 - 9, 1569 - 74, 1600 - 1, 1634 - 5.

[no title]  D1508M/M/Braunton Abbots/2  1629 - 31

Contents:
Account concerning fines etc. due for lands in Manor

[no title]  D1508M/M/Braunton Abbots/3  18th cent

Contents:
Copy Customal - part only

[no title]  D1508M/M/Braunton Abbots/4  1789

Contents:
Appointment of Steward

Exminster  D1508M/M/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Exminster/1  1675 - 1678

Contents:
Court Book (Hundred)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Exminster/2  1790 - 1834

Contents:
Court Leet, view of Frankpledge and Court Baron of Hundred and Manor (loose) with presentments

[no title]  D1508M/M/Exminster/3  1835 - 1847

Contents:
Court Book
Leet, view of Frankpledge and Presentments, Manor and Hundred

[no title]  D1508M/M/Exminster/4  1753

Contents:
Court Leet, Manor and Hundred: appointment of bailiff

[no title]  D1508M/M/Exminster/5  1756 - 1761

Contents:
Estreats and amerciaments, Hundred and manor
1756, 1758
1760, 1761

Halstock, parish of Okehampton  D1508M/M/Halstock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Halstock/1  1569 - 1587

Contents:
Court Leet, 6 membranes
1569, 1570, 1572, 1579, 1584, 1587

[no title]  D1508M/M/Halstock/2  1590 - 1623

Contents:
Court Baron
1590, 1592, 1595
1598 - 1623

South Hams Manors  D1508M/M/South Hams  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/South Hams/1  1734 - 5

Contents:
Court Book:
Manors of Thurlestone, S. Huish, Salcombe, Borough of Marlborough, Manors of Bolberry Allen and Bolberry Beauchamp, Ilton, Colaton Prawle, Portlemouth, Sewer, Hope, Borough and Manor of Moreton, Alphington, Pool, Wolborough, Galmpton

[no title]  D1508M/M/South Hams/2  1847

Contents:
Court Baron, Pool

[no title]  D1508M/M/South Hams/3  1798 - 1845

Contents:
(S. Hams manors only)
Register of attendances and assoigns
1798 - 1813, 1815 - 1823, 1830 - 1845

Honiton  D1508M/M/Honiton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Honiton/1  1863 - [...] 1686

Contents:
Court Roll
Court Leet, Borough
3 membranes

Langaller (Bovey Tracey)  D1508M/M/Langaller  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Langaller/1  1601 - 1621

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Langaller/2  1715 - 1750

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Langaller/3  1752 - 1770

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Langaller/4  1721 - 1832

Contents:
Court Rolls (lists of free tenants)
1721, 1755, 1734, 1832

Kenton  D1508M/M/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/1  1735 - 1800

Contents:
Warrants to Summon Court
1735 - 40, 1772 - 1800

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/2  1698 - 1708

Contents:
Court Leet and View of Frankpledge
Presentments

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/3  1733 - 1760

Contents:
Court Leet and View of Frankpledge. Presentments

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/4  1761 - 1801

Contents:
Court Leet and View of Frankpledge. Presentments

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/5  1808 - 1835

Contents:
Court Leet and View of Frankpledge. Presentments

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/6  1836 - 1849, 1867

Contents:
Court Leet and View of Frankpledge
Presentments, with papers
1836 - 38

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/7  1748 - 1850

Contents:
List of Reeves

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/8  n.d

Contents:
Notes of duties of Manorial officers (paper 1826)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Kenton/9  1835

Contents:
List of oaths to be sworn for all manorial officers for Alphington Exminster, Powderham, Kenton, E. Teignmouth

Malborough etc.  D1508M/M/Malborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Malborough/1  1844 - 1847

Contents:
Court Leet, View of Frankpledge and Court Baron Portlemouth, East Sewer, Bolberry etc.
(With presentments)

Milton Damarel  D1508M/M/Milton Damarel  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Milton Damarel/1  1819

Contents:
Presentments

Moretonhampstead  D1508M/M/Moreton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Moreton/1  1651 - 1652

Contents:
Draft court roll
"Lawe Court" of the Manor
(From a file)

Newton Abbot  D1508M/M/Newton Abbot  [n.d.]


Related information: (See also D1508M/M/Wolborough)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Newton Abbot/1  1819; 1674

Contents:
Notice of Bounds of Manor
Copy of Presentments of Bounds

Powderham  D1508M/M/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Powderham/1  1637 - 1649, 1666

Contents:
(With Kenton and Cheverston)
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Powderham/2  1757 - 1857

Contents:
(With Kenton Courtenay and Cheverston)
Court Book
(Court Baron)

[no title]  D1508M/M/Powderham/3  1747 - 1753

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Powderham/4  1747 - 1771

Contents:
(With Cheverston and Kenton)
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Powderham/5  1737 - 1746

Contents:
(With Cheverston and Kenton)
Court Baron (loose)

Salcombe  D1508M/M/Salcombe  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Salcombe/1  1845 - 47

Contents:
Court Baron
Presentments

East Teignmouth  D1508M/M/East Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/East Teignmouth/1  1820 - 35

Contents:
Court Baron
With presentments

Thurlestone  D1508M/M/Thurlestone  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Thurlestone/1  1735 - 40

Contents:
Court Leet and Baron Presentments

Walreddon (parish Whitchurch)  D1508M/M/Walreddon  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Walreddon/1  1781 - 1829

Contents:
Court Baron with presentments and rentals

[no title]  D1508M/M/Walreddon/2  1686 - 1835

Contents:
Court Baron, Presentments etc.
1686, 1732 - 8, 1748 - 50
1771, 1774 - 80, 1787, 1790, 1792, 1794, 1804, 1810 - 1835

[no title]  D1508M/M/Walreddon/3  1739 - 1753, 1792


Related information: (See under D1508M/E/Rentals for Rentals of Manor of Walreddon)

Contents:
Money or rents received at Court
(Endorsed "Rentals")

[no title]  D1508M/M/Walreddon/4  1791 - 3

Contents:
Monies received for erecting booths etc. - papers

[no title]  D1508M/M/Walreddon/5  1709

Contents:
Rents received apparently Manor of "Hornacott"

Wolborough  D1508M/M/Wolborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/M/Wolborough/X1  1634 - 1678


Related information: (See also D1508M/M/Newton Abbot)

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Wolborough/1  1748 - 1758

Contents:
Court Book

[no title]  D1508M/M/Wolborough/2  1820 - 1839

Contents:
Presentments. Court Leet, Court Baron, View of Frankpledge.

FAMILY  D1508M/F  [n.d.]

WILLS  D1508M/F/W  [n.d.]

Courtenays  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/1  1742

Contents:
Anna Sophia Courtenay, of Exeter, spinster, copy

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/2  1704

Contents:
Will and Probate of Anne Courtenay of Ford, Wolborough
Parchment with probate

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/3  1789

Contents:
Will and probate of Anne Courtenay of St. Mary le Bow, London, spinster

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/4  1787

Contents:
Will of probate of Miss Catherine Courtenay of Midhurst, Sussex

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/5  1807

Contents:
Admon of goods of Lady Catherine Courtenay, widow

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/6  1872

Contents:
Admon. Lady Catherine Courtenay of St. George's, Hanover Square, London

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/7  1927

Contents:
Will and probate of Charles, 14th Earl of Devon (Irish estates). Also letter re Irish Death
Duties 1938

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/8  (18th cent ?)

Contents:
Copy of will of Edward Courtenay. Earl of Devon (1509)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/9  1809

Contents:
Will and probate of Lady Elizabeth Courtenay of Beckenham, widow

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/10  1638

Contents:
Wills and probate of Francis Courtenay of Powderham, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/11  1638

Contents:
Will and probate of Francis Courtenay of Powderham esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/12  1936, 1938

Contents:
Probate of Frederick. 10th Earl of Devon (Irish estates)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/13  1720 - 1721

Contents:
Will and probate of George Courtenay of Fitzford, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/14  1787

Contents:
Copy will of George Courtenay of Walreddon, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/15  1788

Contents:
Will and probate of George Courtenay of Walreddon, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/16  1726

Contents:
Will and Probate of Henry Courteray of Bere Regis

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/17  1897

Contents:
Copy will and codicils Hon. and Rev. Henry Hugh, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/18  1938

Contents:
Will and probates Henry Hugh, 15th Earl of Devon (with Irish estates)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/19  1803

Contents:
Will of the Right Rev. Henry Reginald Courtenay, Bishop of Exeter

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/20  1803

Contents:
Will, codicil and probate of Right Rev. Henry Reginald Courtenay, Bishop of Exeter

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/20a  1872

Contents:
Copy of the above with Admon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/21  18th cent

Contents:
Copy will of Hugh Courtenay, Earl of Devon of Powderham 1375, Translation 18th century with codicil, etc.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/22  1726

Contents:
Will and probate of Isabella Courtenay of Beare Regis

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/23  1738

Contents:
Copy will of Miss Lucy Courtenay of St. Clement Danes, London

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/24  1714

Contents:
Will and probate of Mary Courtenay of Powderham Castle, widow

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/25  1739

Contents:
Copy will of Mary Courtenay of Holborn, London

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/26  1696

Contents:
Will and codicil of Sir William Courtenay of Ford, Bart.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/27  1719

Contents:
Copy will of William Courtenay of Walreddon, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/28  1719

Contents:
Will and probate of William Courtenay of Walreddon, esq.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/29  1722

Contents:
Probate copy will of Sir William Courtenay of Powderham, Bart.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/30  1734

Contents:
Copy will of Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/31  1748 - 1749

Contents:
Will and Probate of Sir William Courtenay of Powderham

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/32  1748 - 1749

Contents:
Copy will of Sir William Courtenay of Powderham

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/33  1764

Contents:
Will and probate of William, Viscount Courtenay of Powderham

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/34  nd

Contents:
Abstract of will and protocole or William, Viscount Courtenay of Powdeham

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/35  1764

Contents:
Copy of D1508M/F/W/33., with codicils to 1786

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/36  1784

Contents:
Will and probate of Rev. William Courtenay of Hartley Witneye, Hants.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/37  1831

2 copies

Contents:
Abstract of will of William, 9th Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/38  1835

Contents:
Will and probate of William, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/39  1835

Contents:
Copy will and codicil of William, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/40  1835

Contents:
Copy extract of will of William, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/41  1850

Conditions of access: Permanently withdrawn 6.2.95

Contents:
Will of William, Earl of Devon (proved 1850)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/42  1850

Contents:
Copy of will of William, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/43  1885

Conditions of access: Permanently withdrawn 6.2.95

Contents:
Will and probate of William Reginald, Earl of Devon (proved 1889)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/44  1805

Contents:
Office Copy will and probate of William Reginald, Earl of Devon.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/45  1885

Contents:
Copy of will of William Reginald, Earl of Devon

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/46  1885

Contents:
Copy will of William Reginald, Earl of Devon

Relatives and others  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/47  1740

Contents:
Codicil to will of Earl of Abingdon
(Uncle to Sir William Courtenay)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/48  1707

Contents:
Copy will of Mary, Courtess Carnarvon
(Aunt to Lady Anno Courtenay)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/49  1707

Contents:
Copy of first codicil to will of Countess of Carnarvon (see D1508M/F/W/48)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/50  1665

Contents:
John Ellis the elder of North Bovey

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/51  1815

Contents:
Admon of goods of Miss Mary Christiana Foy of Bath (? Col. Foy marr, Sophia d. of 2nd Visc.)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/52  1665

Contents:
Copy will of Dame Mary Greenvile of Fitzford (Lady Howard)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/53  1823

Contents:
Copy will of William Jackson of Malborough

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/54  1648

Contents:
Copy will and probate George Kendall of Cofton, 1647 (marriage connection with Sir William Courtenay)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/55  1825

Contents:
Office copy will of John Lane Kitson of Staverton

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/56  1742

Contents:
Copy will of John Langdon of Park, Bovey Tracey (? marriage connection)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/57  1742

Contents:
Copy will of John Langdon of Park, Bovey Tracey.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/58  1743

Contents:
Extracts from copy will of John Langdon of Park, Bovey Tracey.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/59  n.d

Contents:
Clause from copy will of John Langdon of Park, Bovey Tracey.

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/60  1825

Contents:
2 Copy extracts will of Henry Ley of Trehill, 1822

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/61  1814

Contents:
Copy extract will of John Ley of Westminster, 1807

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/62  1850

Contents:
Copy extract will of John Henry Ley of Trehill, 1850

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/63  1871

Contents:
Extract will of Sarah Lidstone of Kingsbridge

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/64  1829

Contents:
Copy will and codicil of William de Lisle of Bristol, 1812

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/65  1847

Contents:
Extract will of William Alexander Morland of Lamberhurst, Kent, 1846 (Caroline d. of 2nd Visc. married Col. Morland, 1812)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/66  1846

Contents:
Copy extracts will of John Newcombe of Exeter St. Davids, 1842

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/67  1808

Contents:
Extract will of Robert Lydstone Newcombe of Exeter St. Davids, 1805

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/68  1809

Contents:
Copy will of Thomas Norman, mariner, of H.M.S. San Damasco, 1808

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/69  1798

Contents:
Abstract will of Sir Robert Palk, Bart, of Haldon House, 1792

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/70  1811

Contents:
Office copy will of Bartholomew Parr; physician of Exeter, 1811 (Palk and Kitson connection)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/71  1840

Contents:
Office copy extract will of John Pidsley of Exeter 1839 (connection with Ley of Trehill)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/72  1797

Contents:
Copy extract will of James Pitman of Dunchideock and Alphington, 1796 (Palk connection)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/73  1729

Contents:
Copy will and probate Edmond Reynell of Malston, 1726 (Margt. d. of Courtenay/Waller marr. Reynell)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/74  18th cent

Contents:
Copy will of Richard Reynell of Ford 1618, proved 1634

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/75  1805

Contents:
Office extract will of Alexander Wedderburn, Earl of Rosslyn, 1805 (Charlotte, d. of 1st Visc. marr. Alex son of Roslyn)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/76  1737

Contents:
Office extract will of James St. Clair Erskine, of Rosslyn, 1736

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/77  1679

Contents:
Quitclaim by Josias Russell of Topsham will of Humphry, (lands in Bovey Tracey). Seal

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/78  1783

Contents:
Office copy will of John Cunningham Saunders of Huish, 1775

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/79  1744

Contents:
Extract of will and probate of Edward Slocombe, carpenter, of Kenton, 1744

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/80  1727

Contents:
Copy will and probate of Johane Sourton of Powderham, 1726 (Bequest to Lady Anne Courtenay and others)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/81  1771

Contents:
Office extract of will of Jane Stephens of Exeter 1767

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/82  1804

Contents:
Extract will and codicil of Grace Strode of "Urbuth" in Devon, 1804

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/83  1795

Contents:
Extract of will and probate of Samuel Strode of London, 1776

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/84  1795

Contents:
Office copy of codicil of above, Low of Peanmares House, Devon, 1793

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/85  1765

Contents:
Copy extract of will of William Townsend of Shillingford St. George, 1765

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/86  nd

Contents:
Copy of will of William Townsend of Shillingford St George

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/87  1789

Contents:
Extract will of John Trehawke of Liskeard, 1787 (? see Kekewick)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/88  1852

Contents:
Copy extract will of Rev. E.B. Trovte of Huntsham 1848 (Acland)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/89  1798

Contents:
Will and probate of Lady Leonora Urmston of Middlesex and Surrey (A Courtenay)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/90  1841

Contents:
Office Extract will of Rev. Robert Palk Welland of Shillingford, 1840

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/91  1738

Contents:
Copy will of Edward Whiteway of Ashburton, clothier, 1738

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/92  1738

Contents:
Copy will of Samuel Whiteway of Whitechapel, 1732

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/93  1845

Contents:
Office copy will of John Wilkinson of Lincoln's Inn. 1838
(Kekewich connection)

[no title]  D1508M/F/W/94  1759

Contents:
Copy will of Ann Wills of Newton Abbot, 1759

PUBLIC OFFICE  D1508M/F/O  [n.d.]

English Statutes  D1508M/F/O/England  16th January, 1648-21st December, 1649

Contents:
1. Acts "of the Commons of England assembled in Parliament", being Statutes of the beginning of the Commonwealth. The Statutes are unnumbered and considerably out of order chronologically: e.g., the earlist is preceded by three others, dated 17th, 29th and 30th January, 1648, respectively, and the last in the volume is dated 25th January, 1649; while the date of the ordering of printing and publication of the said Act is givn as "25th January, 1650".
A Table of the Acts, at the front of the volume, covers the period 16th January, 1648, to 11th October, 1649, only. The Table is also not in strict chronological sequence.
Between Pages 484 and 485 is a loose lease containing the last page of an Act dated 23rd April, 1649, ordaining inter alia that the 3rd May, 1649, be observed as a day of fasting and humiliation.
2. 16 Geo. III, Chapters 1 - 66
3. 19 Geo. III, Chapters 1 - 78
4. 20 Geo. III, Chapters 1-66
5. 21 Geo. III, Chapters 1-23
6. 22 Geo. III, Chapters 1 - 41
7. 25 Geo. III, Chapters 62 - 100
8. 21 Geo. III, Chapters 24 - 76
9. 26 Geo. III, Chapters 1 - 48 (Vol. 1)
10. 26 Geo. III, Chapters 49 - 107 (Vol. 2)
11. 26 Geo. III, Chapters 108 - 121 (Vol. 3)

Irish Statutes  D1508M/F/O/Ireland  1634-1800

Contents:
Vol. II 10 Chas. I - 15 Chas. II 1634 - 1662
Vol. IV 2 Anne - 6 Geo. I 1703 - 1719
Vol. V 8 Geo. I - 5 Geo. II 1721 - 1731
Vol. VI 7 Geo. II - 21 Geo. II 1733 - 1747
Vol. VII 23 Geo. II - 1 Geo. III 1749 - 1761
Vol. VIII 1. Tables of
(a) Statues: 3 Edw. II - 38 Geo. III
(b) All the Private Acts: Hy. VIII - 38 Geo. III
2. Indexes
Vol. X 9 - 16 Geo. III 1769 - 1776
Vol. XI 16 - 20 Geo. III 1776 - 1780
Vol. XII 21 - 24 Geo. III 1781 - 1784
Vol. XIII 25 - 26 Geo. III 1785 - 1786
Vol. XIV 27 - 29 Geo. III 1787 - 1789
Vol. XV 30 - 31 Geo. III 1790 - 1791
Vol. XVI 32 - 33 Geo. III 1792 - 1793
(Incorrectly shown on spine as 32-33 Geo III and on sub-title page as 7 Geo. II - 21 Geo. II)
Vol. XVII 34 - 36 Geo. III 1794 - 1796
Vol. XVIII 37 - 38 Geo. III 1797 - 1798
Vol. XIX 39 Geo. III 1799
Vol. XX 40 Geo. III 1800

PARISH  D1508M/P  [n.d.]

North Bovey  D1508M/P/North Bovey  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/North Bovey/1  1654-1841

Contents:
Poor Rate Assessment 1654
Poor Rate Assessment 1661
Tithe Rentcharge, Apportionment of Expenses 1841

Dawlish  D1508M/P/Dawlish  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Dawlish/1  1861 - 9

Contents:
Papers re endowment and appointment of Ministers for St. Mary's Cofton

[no title]  D1508M/P/Dawlish/2  1863

Contents:
Valuation and correspondence re land for site of parsonage.

[no title]  D1508M/P/Dawlish/3  1896

Contents:
Copy deed and plan, enlargement of Cofton Churchyard

[no title]  D1508M/P/Dawlish/4  1868 - 9

Contents:
Highway board minutes and correspondence re road to the Warren

[no title]  D1508M/P/Dawlish/5  1883 - 4

Contents:
Papers concerning disputed transfer of Week and Warren districts from p. Kenton to p. Dawlish

Exminster  D1508M/P/Exminster  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Exminster/1  1726-1756

Contents:
Poor Rate Assessment (and copy) 1756
Poor Rate Assessment (and copy) 1753
Land Tax Assessment (and copy) 1755
Land Tax Assessment (and copy) 1726

[no title]  D1508M/P/Exminster/2  1837 - 1843

(c. 100 items)

Contents:
Tithe Commissioners' papers for Exminster, for tithe commutation between Exminster, Alphington, Topsham

Ilsington  D1508M/P/Ilsington  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Ilsington/1  1809

Contents:
Inclosure Act
Printed.

Honiton  D1508M/P/Honiton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/1  1733

Contents:
Poor rate assessment

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/2  c. 1740

Contents:
Rules for Workhouse and draft agreement setting it up

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/3  1872 - 91

Contents:
Honiton Rectory, valuations and sale correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/4  1790 - 1

Contents:
Honiton Improvement Commission, plan, valuations and memoranda

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/5  1765 - 79

Contents:
Papers re Fire of 1765, Marwood and Allhallows charities rebuildings

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/6  1797

Contents:
Insurance for Dolphin Inn, lost by fire

[no title]  D1508M/P/Honiton/7  1752 - 1764

Contents:
Poll-book, and election petitions and correspondence

Kenton  D1508M/P/Kenton  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Kenton/1  1834 - 1871

Contents:
Poor Rate Assessment 1834
Highway:- road measurements 1869 - 1871

[no title]  D1508M/P/Kenton/2  1836-1840

2 items

Contents:
Modus, 1606. Printed 1836
Copy Poor Rate Assessment for Tithe Commissioners 1837
Tithe Commissioners' Particulars for Award 1839
Draft agreement for commutation of small tithes 1840
Resolutions of Tithe Commissioners' meetings 1838 - 1839

[no title]  D1508M/P/Kenton/3  1838-1840

Contents:
Tithe papers contd: Brief for landowners, Kenton, Great tithes 1839
Draft case, as above. 1839
Notices of meetings, statements of evidence correspondence, newspaper notices, all about tithe 1838 - 1840

[no title]  D1508M/P/Kenton/4  c. 1674 - 1697

Contents:
Overseers of the Poor - Account book - Receipts and Disbursements

Powderham  D1508M/P/Powderham  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Powderham/1  1804-1862

2 items

Contents:
Land Tax Assessment 1809
Poor Rate Assessment 1804
Tithe Assessment 1805
Poor Rate Assessment 1836
Land Tax Assessment 1850
Landowners' notice of parochial meeting re tithes 1837
Agreement to have parish valued for tithe 1836
Valuation as above n.d. ? 1836
Powderham Glebe exchange, plans and correspondence 1856 - 1862

[no title]  D1508M/P/Powderham/2  1748-1930

Contents:
Poor Account Book - rates, receipts, disbursements 1748 - 1815
Poor Rate Book 1909
Bellringers' Subscription Book 1888 - 1923
Parish Meeting, Minute Book 1894 - 1930

[no title]  D1508M/P/Powderham/3  1887-1935

Contents:
Church of England School:
Log Book 1915 - 1935
Admission Register 1887 - 1934
Bank Book 1927 - 1929

[no title]  D1508M/P/Powderham/4  1896 - 1932

Contents:
Clothing and Coal Club:
Members' weekly subscription accounts, with correspondence 1914 - 1932
Account book 1896 - 1927
Coal and Clothing Tickets Book 1921 - 1926

Tavistock  D1508M/P/Tavistock  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Tavistock/1  1828

Contents:
Act - Inclosure of Morwell Down

East Teignmouth  D1508M/P/East Teignmouth  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/East Teignmouth/1  c. 1860

Contents:
Petition recommending William Godfrey as Town-crier
Notice from Earl of Devon to Surveyors of the Highways - Highway Dedication - Regent Street - French Street

Whitchurch  D1508M/P/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Whitchurch/1  1620 - 1875

Contents:
Notice of Particular Custom of Tithe, 1620
Order of Exchange of lands - Earl of Devon and Chichester Inclosure 1875
Commissioners concerning exchange, with plans
Vestry Meeting about, boundaries between Whitchurch and Sampford Spiney 1834

Wolborough  D1508M/P/Wolborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/1  1642-1837

Contents:
Sermon by Bezaleel Burt, Pastor of Landulph, Cornwall, delivered in Woolber 1642 (MS vol)
File of expenses for breaking ground for burials 1727, 1748, 1746 -1752, 1752, 1760
Estimate for new pews 1760
File of vouchers, Chancel repairs 1837
Letter concerning building of a new church 1821

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/2  1861 - 1863

Contents:
Papers concerning building and endowment of new Chapel (St. Paul's)

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/3  1841-1896

Contents:
Tithes - copy map n.d.
Volume - minute book of landowners 1841 - 1844
Tithe Redemption Application and notice 1896

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/4  1834 - 1894

Contents:
Grant of land for augmentation of Glebe 1834
Memo on Living of Wolborough n.d. c. 1877
Grant of rent-charge 1877
Grant of rent-charge 1879
Papers, White v. Lord Devon, on Wolborough endowments 1886 - 1894
Memo concerning endowments 1860

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/5  1595-1853

Contents:
Poor Rate Collectors' Account 1595 - 1605
Notice to Surveyor of Highways, on stopping up footpaths 1853

Wolborough Feoffees  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/6  1809-1819

Contents:
Copy Feoffment Deed, 1732 and copy lease for years 1809
Attorney-General v. Courtenay:
Draft bill, affadavit 1819
Defendants' Answers 1819

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/7  c. 1748 - 1825

Contents:
Draft deeds and papers
About the Widows' and Feoffees

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/8  c. 1748 - 1825

Contents:
Wolborough Feoffees and Widows' Charity, Correspondence
(Also mentions Bell's School)

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/9  c. 1740 - 1826

Contents:
Wolborough Feoffees and Widows
Rent Accounts etc.

[no title]  D1508M/P/Wolborough/10  1843

Contents:
Church Path: Report and correspondence with plan

SPECIAL SUBJECTS  D1508M/SS  [n.d.]

Okehampton Park  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/1  1750 - 1751

Contents:
Park Book
Stock and Receipts and payments

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/2  1768 - 1775

Contents:
Park Book
Stock

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/3  1776 - 1782

Contents:
Park Book
Stock

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/4  1783 - 1794

Contents:
Park Book
Stock

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/5  1795 - 1798

Contents:
Park Book
Stock

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/6  1777 - 1797

Contents:
Park Book
Account book, including stock

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/7  1727 - 1730

Contents:
Park Accounts

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/7a  1727 - 1728

Contents:
Park Accounts
(Another version of 7, entries not so full 1727-1728 only)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/8  1731 - 1737

Contents:
Abstract of Accounts

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/9  1737 - 1740

Contents:
Abstract of Accounts

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Okehampton Park/10  1746 - 1753

Contents:
(Also Straynor Park, Pencleave, Maudlin Meadow and lands in Meldon)
Abstract of Receipts.
Disbursements and Area for Pasturage

Mining  D1508M/SS/Mining  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/1  1838 - 1851

Contents:
Wheal Anderton
Minutes 1848
Section Plan 1847
Correspondence (2) 1846 - 1849
Memorandum of agreement 1842
Attested Copy Setts. (5) 1838 - 51.

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/2  1752-1862

3 items

Contents:
Birch Tor
Accounts 1855, 1862
Letters 1752, 1837

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/3  1815 - 1872

(c. 30 items)

Contents:
Wheal Crebor and Wheal Courtenay
(Later includes East Russell)
Correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/4  1814 - 1818, 1850 - 1869

(c. 20 items)

Contents:
Wheal Crebor and Wheal Courtenay
Mining dues and accounts

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/5  1845 - 1858

(c. 50 items)

Contents:
Devon and Courtenay Mine
Circulars, accounts and correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/6  1804 - 1828

(c. 30 items)

Contents:
East Crowndale Mine
Accounts and correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/7  1830-1859

2 items

Contents:
East Crowndale Mine with Rixhill
Accounts and correspondence 1830 - 1859
Settlements 1846 - 1849
Licence to work wast. 1856

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/8  1819 - 1821

(c. 15 items)

Contents:
Wheal Crowndale Adventurers
Minutes of meetings 1819 - 1821; Correspondence 1806; Receipts 1811, 1819

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/8a  1873 - 1881

7 items

Contents:
Wheal Crowndale and Brooke Estate
Settlements

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/9  1847

Contents:
Wheal Elizabeth
Letter

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/10  1851

Contents:
Wheal Duchy
(Sampford Common)
Memorandum

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/11  1754-1835

6 items

Contents:
Wheal Mayne
Tin bounds and letters 1754 - 1835
Tin bounds, certificate 1755

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/12  nd

Contents:
Devon and Cornwall United Mine
Account

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/13  1852 - 1859

120 items

Contents:
United Mines, Tavistock
Correspondence, accounts and reports

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/14  1854 - 1857

5 items

Contents:
Sortridge and Bedford Mine
Correspondence 1856 - 1857
Printed Report 1854

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/15  1793 - 1798, 1819 - 1837

(c. 40 items)

Contents:
William and Mary Mine
(Connected with West Down)
Agreements and correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/16  1815-1865

Contents:
West Down mine
(Connected with William and Mary)
Correspondence (with 1 account) 1815 - 1850 (c. 30)
Settlements 1849 - 1865 (3)
Licence for burning House 1849
Lease, quarry 1857

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/17  1835 - 1837

(c. 12 items)

Contents:
Tavistock Mining Co.
(Mentions Wheal Courtenay)
Accounts, correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/18  1837 - 1838

3 items

Contents:
Middle Tor Mine
Draft agreements and memo

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/19  1805-1906

Contents:
Pew Tor also Staple Tor
Copy grant, plan, accounts and correspondence (granite Quarry) 1846 - 1906
Mining Sett 1805

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/20  1829-1865

(c. 20 items)

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence for various outside or unidentified mines 1829 - 1863
Licence to search, lands in Manor of Walreddon 1865

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/21  1849 - 1857

Contents:
Copy letter-book about different mines in Tavistock area

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/22  1767

Contents:
Malborough - South Hams (Mr. Easton)
Draft indentures and correspondence

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/23  1872

Contents:
North Bovey
Draft lease, mining sett, Shapley Hellions

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/24  1873

Contents:
Wolborough Iron Mine
Accounts and memorandum

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/25  1756 - 1765

Contents:
Bovey Tracey Coal Mine
Accounts - coal and lime
[...]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/25a  1714

Contents:
Bovey Tracey
Articles of agreement for tin mining in manor of Langaller

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/26  1843

Contents:
Folly Pottery
Bovey Heathfield Report

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Mining/27  1847

Contents:
Pipe-clay makers'
Petition,
Newton Abbot

Harbours  D1508M/SS/Harbours  [n.d.]

Teignmouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/1  1756 - 1766

Contents:
Meter's account book
Manor and Liberty of Kenton
(?Teignmouth Harbour) and papers for 1762

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/2  1791 - 1813

Contents:
Meter's accounts book
Manor of Kenton
(?Teignmouth Harbour)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/3  1809 - 1834

Contents:
Bundle of Meter's accounts (yearly)
Manor of Kenton
(?Teignmouth Harbour)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/4  1841, 1845, 1847 - 1865

Contents:
Bundle Meter's accounts (yearly)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/5  1881 - 1892

Contents:
Teignmouth Quay Receipts and payments accounts, with vouchers (biennial)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/5a  1851 - 1854

Contents:
"Quay Dues Book" Ledger under clients names
Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/6  1820 - 1826

Contents:
?Ballast book
Exe and Teign
Section torn out

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/7  1761

Contents:
Notice as to taking ballast,
Teignmouth Harbour
(Manor of Kenton)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/8  1836

2 copies

Contents:
Teignmouth Harbour Act and Teign Navigation (pr.)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/9  1838

(3 items, 1 pr.)

Contents:
Byelaws, and letter
Teignmouth Harbour Act

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/10  1856

Contents:
Nomination of Harbour Commissioners
(Correspondence) Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/11  1836

Contents:
Memorial
Against erection of customs house on the Den, Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/12  1866 - 1876

Contents:
Teignmouth Groyne
Contract, report, plan, correspondence and legal papers

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/13  1874 - 1875

Contents:
File correspondence
Foreshore claim, East Teignmouth

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/14  1843 - 1844

Contents:
Teignmouth Light-house
Agreement, plans, elevation, correspondence

Others  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/15  1845

Contents:
Proposed Harbour at Hope Cove
Report

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/16  1851 - 1862

Contents:
"Devon Wharf" Newton Abbot
Accounts and vouchers (monthly)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/17  1881 - 1905

Contents:
"Devon Wharf" Newton Abbot
Accounts and vouchers (yearly)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/18  1825 - 1845

Contents:
Exeter Canal Extension
Ejectments at Turf
Plans, Act, (1820), report, copy deeds, legal papers

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/19  1889

Contents:
Exeter Canal
Canal leakage. Report and plan

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/20  19th cent

Contents:
Copies claims to wreckage, Courtenay (1553, 1580, 1637)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/21  1850 - 1892

Contents:
Correspondence etc.
Manorial rights to wreckage

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/22  1722 - 1777

Contents:
Admiralty Court Presentments, Hope

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/23  1756 - 1757

Contents:
Wreck of "Yonge Hendrick" a Dutch ship with Italian marbles and striped drawers among cargo

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/24  1891 - 1901

Contents:
Board of Trade Notices of wreck taken possession of

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/25  1632, 1733

Contents:
3 wreck papers (?Admiralty)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Harbours/26  n.d

Contents:
2 Charges in Court of Admiralty (Salcombe and Thurlestone

Transport  D1508M/SS/Transport  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Maps and Plans at D1508M/MP/ [...] .

Alphington Railway (Teign Valley and Chagford Railway)  D1508M/SS/Transport/1  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/1/1  1894-1903

Contents:
Bill 1898
Petition against 1898
Notice to treat 1896
Agreement concerning the works 1894
2 plans of railway at Alphington ?1894
Notice about extension of time 1894
Additional lands notice 1903
Deviations - circular 1898
Copy agreement, purchase of land 1899
Draft report 1899

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/1/2  1883-1899

Contents:
Copy agreement 1883
Copy report 1883
Extract from proposed agreement 1894
Copy report 1899
Extract for petition against Bill 1898
Draft charges concerning Bill 1898
Draft surveyors charges, sale of land 1898
Confidential report on railway 1898
Legal queries and replies 1898
Copy correspondence and financial statements 1898

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/1/3  1894 - 1903

Contents:
Correspondence

South Devon Railway (G.W.R.)  D1508M/SS/Transport/2  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/1  1843-1848

Conditions of access: Not found 1974

Contents:
Prospectus - Plymouth, Devonport, Exeter Railway 1843
Terms of agreements, Railway and Devon Trustees for building railway 1844
Copy agreement Devon Trustees and S. Devon Railway Co. 1844
Synopsis of Agreement - as above 1844
List of crossings, culverts, drains, etc. to be made on Earl of Devon's land 1844
Drainage at Exminster and Powderham marshes 1845
List of quantities of land - arranged by parish 1845
Particulars of land taken, arranged by parishes 1848
Summary of lands in parishes 1848
Memo for settlement about claims 1848

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/2  1849

Conditions of access: Not found 1974

Contents:
Estimate of leaseholds to be given back 1849
Claims for occupation of land at Wolborough 1849
Fencing agreement Starcross 1849
Statement of quantities of land conveyed 1849
Estimate of leaseholds to be given back 1849
Corr. and memo. - occupation of land at Newton Station 1849
Valuation of land at Powderham Park taken by Co. 1849
Apportionment of rentcharge of lands taken by Co. 1849
Surveyor's account 1849

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/3  1850-1857

Conditions of access: Not found 1974

Contents:
Account of amounts received from Railway 1850
Opinion and corr. - Road from Starcross to Cockwood 1853
Mutual agreement between Devon and Railway about various properties 1854
Opinion and answers about same 1854
Points for consideration 1854
Memo. on agreement, and schedule 1854
Memo. on altered schedule 1854
Mutual agreement 1854
Apportionment of rentcharge 1857
Memo. for exchange of land, with plan, Newton Station, Starcross, Langston Point 1857

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/4  1857-1860

2 items

Conditions of access: Not found 1974

Contents:
Opinion on agreements about exchange of land 1857
Statement of quantities of land taken, all parishes 1857
Proposals, arrangements, parish of Kenton 1857
Memo. for agreement for land exchange 1857
Notes on lands to be taken 1858
Agreement for lands for doubling line 1859
Agreement - Powderham Glebe and Park 1859
Agreement - widening of Railway, Starcross 1860
Apportionment of rentcharge, lands taken by Co. 1860

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/5  1862-1876

2 items

Contents:
Manor of Kenton tolls, Railway c. 1865
Schedule lands to Railway, parish Kenton c. 1866
Memo. accommodation works, Starcross, etc. 1867
Letting-buildings grounds at Wolborough 1862
Notice of intended application - parishes of Wolborough and Combeinteignhead 1873
Notice to treat, as above 1874
Award, with plan, Newton Station 1875
Agreement to above 1875
Nomination of Surveyors to value lands at Keybury Mill, Combeinteignhead 1876

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/6  1877-1904

Contents:
Notice to treat, with plan, Exminster Station 1877
Copy award taking of lands in Exminster 1879
Apportionment of tithe rent charges and corr. various parishes 1880
Copy corr. - claim against G.W.R. lands in Kenton 1897
Starcross Pier - correspondence and undertaking 1899 - 1904

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/2/7  c.1850 - 1900

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence and draft memoranda

Dawlish  D1508M/SS/Transport/3  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/3/1  1875 - 1876

Contents:
Correspondence re. Eastdon - Dawlish Road

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/3/2  1847

Contents:
Case, with Kenton Highways and Trustees Dawlish Turnpike

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/3/3  1842 - 1868

Contents:
Gate books and toll papers for Warren Gate, private toll.

Exminster  D1508M/SS/Transport/4  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/4/1  1840

Contents:
Condition for letting Parish Roads

Kingsbridge Railway  D1508M/SS/Transport/5  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/5/1  1865

Contents:
Plans and sections
3 dissected maps

Powderham  D1508M/SS/Transport/6  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/6/1  1777-1879

Contents:
Order for stopping up roads 1777
With evidence of 2 witnesses c. 1814
3 notes on measurement of roads c.1821
Powderham new road - particulars 1870
2 contracts, Highway Board, for upkeep 1867, 1869
Highway Accounts, Powderham parish 1873 - 1879, n.d.

Whitchurch Railways  D1508M/SS/Transport/7  [n.d.]

Contents:
(S. Devon and Tavistock Railway L.S.W.R.)

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/7/1  1852-1857

Contents:
Act 1854
Schedule of claims (parish Whitchurch) 1857
Notice of intended application (Whitchurch) 1852
Notice of intended application 1853
Notice of intention to enter to take levels 1855
Copy correspondence 1857
Copy claim for lands taken 1857
Map and notice to purchase, with schedule 1857

S. Devon Amendment and Tavistock Branch Railway  D1508M/SS/Transport/8  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/8/1  1844

Contents:
Circular concerning deposited plan

Wolborough  D1508M/SS/Transport/9  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/9/1  c1800-1860

2 items

Contents:
Notice of stopping up order - concerning Newton new road 1860
Plan of new highway and stopped-up road n.d.
Justices' orders 1860
Scheme for postal service. Newton Abbot to Exeter and Plymouth via Western Mail n.d. c. 1800

Road Acts  D1508M/SS/Transport/10  [n.d.]

[no title]  D1508M/SS/Transport/10/1  1825-1836

Contents:
i) Newton Abbot - Brixham, Kingswear, Shaldon, Torquay and building Shaldon bridge 1825
ii) Improving Newton Abbot - Exeter road, via Kingsteignton 1836

MOGER DEEDS  D1508M/Moger  [n.d.]

Contents:
This is a series of early title deeds and leases, calendared separately by Miss O.M. Moger in 1932. They are numbered individually. A place index to this series exists as Appendix 1 of the D1508M catalogue, kept in the Devon Record Office searchroom.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/1  2 September 1591
Language:  Latin

Contents:
?BUCKLAND in the MOOR; ILSINGTON; NEWTON ABBOT; SOUTH MOLTON.
Letters Patent dated 2 Sept. 33 Eliz. (1591) granting Licence to Thomas Marshall, Gent. to alienate a third of the Manor of Wolboroughe and 30 messuages, 20 cottages, 3 water mills, 30 gardens, 20 orchards, 1000 acres of land (100a in Nos. 2. 4 and 8.), 380a of meadow, 840a of pasture, 120a of wood, 320a of furze and heath and 60s rent in Wolborough Ford, Maynbowe, Hiwicke, Gavorocke, Ilsington, South Molton, Newton Abbott and Buckland, and a free fishery in the water of Tynge, co. Devon, held in chief, to John Dottinge, gent. and David Potter.
Great Seal. Good impression, cracked.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/2  19 June 1596

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 19 June 38 Eliz. (1596) pardoning Sir William Courtenay, Knt. for acquiesing by fine Hil. 35 Eliz. without the Queen's licence from John Drewe Esq, and Susanna, his wife, a third part of the Manor of Woulborough with 30 messuages, and c, as in D1508M/Moger/1.
Great Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/3  24 November 1590

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 24 Nov. 33 Eliz. (1590) pardoning John Dottinge, gent. for acquiesing by fine, without the Queen's licence, East. 32 Eliz. from Thomas Marshall, gent. a third of the Manor of Woolborough and 30 messuages. and c, as in D1508M/Moger/1.
Great Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/4  1 March 1600

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 1 March 42. Eliz. (1600) granting Licence to Hugh Fortescue Esq, William Carewe, Esq, and John Davye, gent, to alienate a third part of the Manor of Wolborough with 30 messuages, andc, as in D1508M/Moger/1 to Robert Drewe, gent.
Great Seal. Broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/5  20 May 1579

Contents:
BUCKLAND in the MOOR: COMBEINTEIGNHEAD; ILSINGTON; NEWTON ABBOT; WIDECOMBE
Letters Patent dated 20 May 21 Eliz. (1579) reciting that by a fine dated Mich. 19 Eliz. between Henry Gildon and Geoffrey Babbe, querents, and Nicholas Hayman and Alice, his wife, deforciants, of a third part of the Manor of Wolboroughe and 40 messuages, 3 water mills, 40 gardens, 40 orchards, 1000a of land 400a of meadow, 500a of pasture, 100a of wood, 600a of furze and heath, 100a of marsh and 40s. rent in Wolboroughe, Comingtinhed, Buckland, Wedacombe, Ilsington, Highweeke Newton Abbot, Ford, Ganock, Maynbowe and Rowershill, and a third part of a free fishery in the water of Teyng.
The premises held in chief were settled on Nicholas and Alice and the heir of Nicholas, without the Queen's Licence and granting pardon for the trespass.
Good impression of Great Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/6  20 December 1578

Contents:
BUCKLAND; The Moor; NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 20 Dec. 21 Eliz. (1578) granting Licence to John Drewe, Gent. and Susanna, his wife, one of the sisters and co-heirs of Richard Gaverocke, decd, to alienate a third of the Manor of Wolboroughe, and a third part of three mills (water), 30 messuages, 20 cottages, 30 gardens, 20 orchards, 1000a of pasture, 120a of wood, 320 acres of furze and heath, and 60s. rent in Wolboroughe, Ford, Maynbew and Hewyke, Buckeland, and free fishing in the water of Teynge, Co. Devon, held in chief to Thomas Rowpe and John Davye.
Great Seal. (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/7  12 May 1545

Contents:
BLACKAWTON; BROADCLYST; COFFINSWELL; ?COLATON RALEIGH: KINGSWEAR. NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 12 May, 37 Hen. 8. 1545. exemplifying that an inspection of the records and enrolments of the Court of Augmentations shews that on 7 May, 37 Hen. 8. William Cole and Richard Cole came into the Court of Augmentations and brought a writing under the conventual seal of the late Monastry of Torre now dissolved and prayed that it might be accepted; the writing being a grant from Simon Rede, Abbot of Torre, to Thomas Cole, Esq, William Cole and Richard Cole, son of said Thomas, of the Office of Steward or head Sub-steward and Auditor of all the houses and Manors of Torre Moham, Blackeawton, Kyngeswere, Colaton, Daccomb, Wolleburrough Newton Abbot, North Shyllyngford, Grendell Ayscheclyst, Donnyngston and Haggelegh, and all other lands and tenements of the Abbey in Co. Devon and Somerset, for a fee of 40s yearly, to hold during their lives, dated 18 Jan. 30 Hen. 8.; Thomas Cole being dead it was decreed that William Cole and Richard Cole should continue to enjoy the office for their lives.
Enrolled among Records pf Exchequer. Mich. 1 and 2. Philip and Mary by the King's Remembrancer.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/8  26 June 1596

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 26 June. 38. Eliz. (1596) pardoning William Carewe and John Davy for acquiesing by fine East 38 Eliz. without the Queen's licence from John Drewe and Susanna, his Wife, a third of the Manor of Wolborough and 30 messuages as in D1508M/Moger/1.
Great Seal. (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/9  [1558 x 1603]

Contents:
Fragment of Letters Patent of Queen Elizabeth granting licence to Robert Drewe, Gent. to alienate to Robert Dyllon, Esq, a third part of the Manor of......., 3 mills, 100..... (evidently the same as in D1508M/Moger/1.)
Great Seal. (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/10  [16th Cent.]

Contents:
Fragment of Letters Patent dated.. April.... relating to land in Newton Abbot and Buckland (probably the same as in D1508M/Moger/1.)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/11  20 May [1506]

Contents:
TAUNTON; SOMERSET, (various parishes)
Exemplification dated 20 May.21 Henry of a recovery dated East. 21 Henry VII. (1506) Somerset, whereby John Taunton, Richard Ruynon by Richard Nettilhon, their Attorney, recovered against John Pole, John Combe and Robert Whytyng, 9 messuages, one shop, 9 gardens, 30a of land, 10a of meadow and 20a of pasture and rent of 11s. in Taunton, Fyghfeld, Drayton and Catanger.
Vouchee. John Russell who calls Thomas Fyrsh.
Giles Peny, Attorney.
Fragment of Great Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/12  nd

In a bad state of preservation.

Contents:
Letters Patent dated 1... Jas I. (? 43 over Scotland) granting Licence to Sir Richard Reynell, Knt, and Lucy, his wife, to alienate the Manors of Wolborough and Braunton Abbott and 40 messuages, 20 cottages, 4 water mills, 40 gardens, 40 orchards, 1500a of land, 500a of meadow, 500a of pasture, 100a of wood, 600a of furze and heath and 500a of marsh, in Wolborough, Combintinhed, Buckland, Wydecombe, Ilsington, Hywecke, Newton Abbott, Ford, Gaverocke, Maynbowe, Coffinswell, Braunton, Heaunton Punchardon, Marwoode, Challacombe, Regis, alias Kinges Challacombe and Ilfardcombe, and free fishing in the water of Tinge in Co. Devon, held in chief to Sir Francis Barnham, Knt, and Thomas Clifford, Doctor of Sacred Theology, Richard Waltham Esq, William Stowell Gent, and George Trosse Gent.
Enrolled in Memoranda of Exchequer, Trin 21, ? Jas I.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/13  2 July 1605

Contents:
BUCKLAND-IN-THE-MOOR; COFFINSWELL; COMBEINTEIGNHEAD; ILSINGTON; SOUTH MOLTON; WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR
Letters Patent dated 2 July. 3 Jas I. (1605) for 33s. 4d. paid by virtue of Letters Patent of Queen Elizabeth, granting Licence to Nicholas Hayman, Gent, and Robert Hayman, Gent, and Grace, his wife, to alienate a third part of the Manor of Wolboroughe and 40 messuages, 3 mills (water), 40 gardens, 40 orchards, 1000a of land, 400a of meadow, 500a of pasture, 100a of wood, 600a of furze and heath, 100a of marsh and 40s. rent, in Wolboroughe, Combintynhed, Buckland, Wedycombe, Ilsington, Hewyer, Newton Abbott, Ford, Gaverocke, Maynbowe, Roweeshill, South Molton and Coffynswell and a third part of a free fishery in the water of Tynge, held in chief to Richard Reynell Esq.
Great Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/14  1 December 1632

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
(1) Dispensation by George, Primate of England, to Lady Lucy Reynel, wife of Sir Richard Reynel, of Parish of Wolborought, Knt, and her husband and five others whom she may invite to her table, to eat meat on fast days, during her life, provided it is done soberly and frugally, avoiding public scandal; for a payment of 13s. 4d. yearly to the poors' chest in the Parish she inhabits; everything else in the statute of 5 Eliz. is to be observed and this dispensation to be confirmed by Letters Patent.
Dated 1 Dec. 1632.
Wm. Mericke ? Surrogate.
Fragment of Seal.
(2) Letters Patent dated 3 Dec. 8 Chas I. confirming the above.
Great Seal. (good impression)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/15  12 February 1592

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Exemplification dated 12 Feb. 34. Eliz. (1592) of recovery dated Hil. 34. Eliz. whereby Thomas Berkeley, Gent. recovered against John Dottinge, Gent. and David Potter, a third part of the Manor of Wolborough and 30 messuages, and c, as in D1508M/Moger/1.
Vouchee. Thomas Marshall. Gent.
Attoryens. William Knyght.
Christopher Martyn.
Henry Rolle, Sheriff of Devon.
Great Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/16  27 January 1516
Language:  Latin

Contents:
COMBEINTEIGNHEAD.
Release by John Fanell (Favell) of Grenewylle, to John Fanell of Weke, Mason of all his right and claim in messuages, land and tenements in Grenewylle, in Manor of Southteyng.
Wits. William Forest.
John Wolcote, of Exon.
John Brickenoll.
John a More.
Edward Shire.
William Hawys.
Dated 27 Jan. 7. Hen. 8. (1516)
Seal of Arms.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/17  17 June 1606
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, N
Inquisition post mortem taken at Chidleighe on 17 June 4. Jas. I. 1606, before John Ratenbury, Gent. Escheator, to inquire after the death of John Tapper, decd, by oath of Humphrey Ball, Gent, Augustus Hore, Gent. William Batting, Silvester Whitwaye, George Harte, Gent. Hugh Smaredon, Mark Wollacot, Robert Cullacot, William Comminge, Humphrey Colridge, Nicholas Sexon, and George Hart, who say that said John Tapper on day of his death was seized of a messuage and 80 acres of land in Cleve in Parish of North Bovey and of two tenements and 60a. of land in North Bovey called Heywood and of 30a. of pasture in North Bovey called Millwalls als. Mylland. The messuage, and c, in Cleve is held of Thomas Wise, Knight, as of his Manor of Chaplehillings in free socage, viz., by payment of 6d. from heir to heir for the premises for all reliefs, marriages and wardships, and for a rent of 11s. 6d. per ann. and suit at Court of said Manor twice a year.
The tenement called Heywood is held of Thomas Earl of Exeter as of his Manor of North Bovey in free socage, viz., by payment of 6d. as above and a yearly rent of 5s. 6d. and suit at Court of said Manor twice a year.
Millwalls is held of said Sir Thomas Wyse, Knight, as of the Manor of Chaplehillings and free socage, viz., for a payment of 2s. for relief, and c, and rent of 2s. 6d.
John Tapper died about 2 May last, 4 Jas. I. John Tapper is his son and next heir, aged at present date 6 years and more.
Seal of Arms. (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/18  Michaelmas 1601

Contents:
BOVEY, NORTH.
Final Concord dated Michaelmas 44 Eliz. (1602) whereby John Whiddon and Juliana, his wife, convey to John Tapper a third part of 6 messuages, one watermill, 4 gardens, 2 orchards, 60a of land, 10a of meadow, 20a of pasture and 20a of furze and heath, in Cliffe Millondes, Haywoode and North Bovye, for the term of the life of Juliana.
In Duplicate.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/19  26 November 1577
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, NORTH; CHAGFORD
Release by William Hodge and John Hodge to Sir Edward Whiddon Esq, of all their right in messuages, land and tenements called Elacombe in Parishes of Chagforde and Northe Bovie.
Dated 26 Nov. 20 Eliz. (1577)
2 Seals, one broken.
Wits. John Prouz, Senr.
Robert Treipe.
John Northcott.
Richard Harragrow.
Wyllyam Smythe.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/20  1327
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Gift: BOVEY, NORTH
Charter of William Pypard, Lord of North Bovy to Richard de la Lana, son of Thomas de Mapelston, all his land in Haywode and by Twynelete in Manor of North Bovy which is within these bounds, viz;- between la Corndich near Babbetorre and the Highway leading from the Church of North Bovy towards la Yurd in length and from la Corndich of Bowode into the Yolde yo in breadth and between la West Brygge by the water course called Bovy, descending to la Wythibusch near le Soutbrygge, and thence as far as the land of Peter Thorn (or Thomas) and between la Corndich of Bowode to la Pykedeston upon Yurd Torre and from Pykedeston to the Highway leading from la Turd to North Bovy and so coming down by the road to la West Brygge; also a house called la Hywehous and a croft of arable land containing an acre and a half lying between the cemetery of North Bovy and la Greneweye and a house called la Smythe with a plot of land near the cemetery of North Bovy, extending in length between the tenement of said Richard and the tenement of John de Mapelston and from the cemetery in breadth to the Highway which runs through the midst of the Ville of North Bovy towards Morton, together with common pasture for all kinds of animals with the Grantor's other men of the Ville of North Bovy; to hold at a yearly rent of 5s. 6d. and suit at Court of North Bovy.
Wits. Walter de Wrey.
John de Wrey.
John Smele.
John Parleben.
Hugh de Podafenne.
Dated at North Bovy, Monday next after the Circumcision, 20 Edw. II. (1327)
Given by copy.
Endorsed. Copy of Charter of William Pypard made to Richard de la Lana, and c. which copy was made on Thursday next after Feast of St. Ambrose. 4.Hen. 6.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/21  5 Jan 1327
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Copy of Gift BOVEY, NORTH
Charter of William Pypard, Lord of North Bovy to Richard de la Lana, son of Thomas de Mapelston, all his land in Haywode and by Twynelete in Manor of North Bovy which is within these bounds, viz;- between la Corndich near Babbetorre and the Highway leading from the Church of North Bovy towards la Yurd in length and from la Corndich of Bowode into the Yolde yo in breadth and between la West Brygge by the water course called Bovy, descending to la Wythibusch near le Soutbrygge, and thence as far as the land of Peter Thorn (or Thomas) and between la Corndich of Bowode to la Pykedeston upon Yurd Torre and from Pykedeston to the Highway leading from la Turd to North Bovy and so coming down by the road to la West Brygge; also a house called la Hywehous and a croft of arable land containing an acre and a half lying between the cemetery of North Bovy and la Greneweye and a house called la Smythe with a plot of land near the cemetery of North Bovy, extending in length between the tenement of said Richard and the tenement of John de Mapelston and from the cemetery in breadth to the Highway which runs through the midst of the Ville of North Bovy towards Morton, together with common pasture for all kinds of animals with the Grantor's other men of the Ville of North Bovy; to hold at a yearly rent of 5s. 6d. and suit at Court of North Bovy.
Wits. Walter de Wrey.
John de Wrey.
John Smele.
John Parleben.
Hugh de Podafenne.
Dated at North Bovy, Monday next after the Circumcision, 20 Edw. II. (1327)
Given by copy.
Endorsed. Copy of Charter of William Pypard made to Richard de la Lana, and c. which copy was made on Thursday next after Feast of St. Ambrose. 4.Hen. 6.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/22  1 Oct. 1448

Contents:
ILSINGTON, NEWTON ABBOT
Release by Richard Ryke to Henry Carpenter of all his right in messuages, land and tenements, in East Stapulhill in Seymour in Parish of Heywicke and in West Stapulhill in Parish of Ilsington.
Wits. Richard Yerde.
John Beaumont.
John Chudderlegh.
Richard Mirifeld.
William Holbem.
Dated. Tuesday next after Michaelmas 27. Hen. 6. (1448)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/23  Trinity 1633

Contents:
BOVEY, NORTH; CHAGFORD; MORETONHAMPSTEAD
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine dated Trin. 9. Chas. I. (1633) whereby John Whiddon, Knight, and William Whiddon. Son and heirs apparent of said John, convey to Roland Whiddon, Gent. John Ellis and John Dunnynge, 4 messuages, 4 gardens, 100a of land, and c, in Elam, Ellacombe, Greenew... Woode, Throwston, Cleevestiches, North Bovy and Chagford, half of 2 messuages, 2 gardens,... acres of land, 40a of pasture, and c, in Eston Ford, Bla... hill, Blackhill Meade, Beare Parke, alias Beare Close, Moreton Hampsteade and Chagford.
Quit claim to heirs of Roland.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/24  Easter 1691
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON; MANATON.
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine dated East. 3. William and Mary (1691) whereby Dorothy Bowdon, widow, conveys to Nicholas Nosworthy, an eighth part of 3 messuages, 5a of land, and c, and common pasture, upon Stapleton, in Honywell, Punchafford, Southcott, Ilsington and Manaton.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/25  25 July 1580

Contents:
Bond of John Hayman of Newton Busshell, Co. Devon, Tanner, to Richard Hayman of Newton Abbott, Tanner, in £100. dated 25 July 2 Eliz. (1580).
Condition that John shall keep the covenants of a pair of Indentures of above date between said parties.
Seal. (Initials I.S.)
Wits. Mathewe Sandyland.
Ralph Martyne.
Thomas Jacobbe.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/26  2 July 1571

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture of bargain and sale made 2. July, 13 Eliz. (1571) between Nicholas Carswyll of Hatch, Co. Devon, Esq, and John Raleigh of Ford, Gent. whereby Nicholas for £20 sells to Raleigh a messuage or tenement in the Borough of Newton Abbott, between the land of the heirs of John Gaverocke, Gent, on West, the lands of John Rowe (or Rawe) Esq, on East, and the Queen's high street there on South and the lands of the heirs of Prouse in North, and also a close of land in the Borough of Newton Busshell between the land of the heirs of Thomas Yeard Esq, called Landscore Meade in North and the land of Henry Coyle and Richard Coyle in West and the river called Leman in South and the lands of the Feoffees of Wolborough in East, all of which premises are in tenure of Anthony Cole, together with the reversion of the premises and all deeds relating to same. Excepting Highrents, suit and service of the premises and a lease heretofore made to John Gaverocke, Gent.
Signed Nicholas Carswell
Seal of Arms. (slightly broken)
Wits. Hugh Fortescue.
Robert Webber.
John Copleston.
Geoffrey Collyns.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/27  6 July 1571
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Nicholas Carswill of Hatch, Co. Devon, Esq, to John Raleigh of Ford, of premises conveyed as in Indenture made 2, July 13 Eliz. (1571)
Dated 6 July. 13 Eliz. (1571)
Signed: Nicholas Carswell
Wits. Hugh Fortescue.
Robert Webber.
John Copleston.
Geoffrey Collyns.
Geoffrey Tothill. ?.
Seal of Arms. (in good condition)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/28  22 October 1553

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT; TOTNES.
WILL of Elizabeth Harwarde alias Brydporte.
To my daughter Christian Brydporte all her lands and tenements in Newton Abbot, which lands, and c, Mistress Rope now holds, to hold to Christian and her issue, paying yearly to her sister Lewsse 5s.during her life. If Christian dies without issue the land to go to my said daughter Lewsse Morys, wife of John Moris, dwelling in the bridgetowne of Totnes and to her issue and if Lewsse dies without issue the land shall go to the heirs of John Bridporte, my husband and mine.
Dated 22 Oct. 1553. 1. Mary.
Wits. Sir Owyen William.
Thomas Whitt of Chrestow.
Robert Downinge.
Thomas Harwarde, now being my husband.
Robert Gyste.
Richard Waterdone.
By me, Robert Donnynge.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/29  31 May 1566

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of William Mone of Dartemouth, Co. Devon, Vyttlar, to Andrew Nycholl of Newton Abbott, Vyttlar, in £40. Dated 31 May. 8. Eliz. (1561)
Condition that William Mone and Wynyfred, his wife, shall be ready at any time when reasonably required by Andrew Nycholl to release their estate in lands and tenements in Borough of Newton Abbott late in the tenure of Agnes Roupe, widow, and that William and Wynyfred shall save harmless the above-named Agnes Roupe, widow, and one Anthony Bolle from all manner of suits which at any time before this time have been against said Agnes by said Andrew, Eleanor his wife, William Mone and Wynyfred his wife, or by any other persons.
Seal.
Wits. Anthony Bole.
Clement Eston.
John Kelhay.
John Sayward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/30  1585-1586

Contents:
ILSINGTON; NEWTON ABBOT.
Right Hand Indenture of a Fine dated Hil. 28 Eliz. (1586) whereby Christopher Copleston Esq, conveyed to John Rawleigh Esq, and John Heywode, 16 acres of pasture in Claseparkes, Honeparke, Ilsington and Heighwicke.
Quit claim to John Rawleigh.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/31  26 September 1545
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indented writing Whereby John Gaverocke, Gent, for 100s. as fine, leases to William Wetherdon, a tenement with a close of land in the Borough of Newton Bushell between the lands and tenements of the Feoffees of the Parish Church of Highweeke and the land of the heirs of Warin Trott on the North, the land of the Feoffees of the Parish Church of Wolborough on the West, the lane called Bradlegh Lane on the South and the highway which leads from Newton Bushell to Newton Abbott on the East and also another close of land in the Borough of Newton Bushell between the tenement which John Gobye now holds, the land of the heirs of Warin Trott and the land which Richard Haywoode holds on the East, the land of the Feoffees of Wolburroughe and the land of Thomas Yeard Esq, and the lane called Bradleghelane and the land of John Goby on South, the land of said John Gaverocke on the West, the land which John Goby holds on the North, reserving to Grantor all oaks, ashs and elms growing on the land; to hold for 40 years at a rent of 13s. 4d.
Covenants.
Dated 26 Sept. 37. Hen. 8. (1545)
Seal with merchant's mark ?

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/32  4 November 1664
Language:  Latin

Contents:
COUNTY OF DEVON
Letters Patent granting to William Courtnay, Bart, the County of Devon, to be held during pleasure, at the usual farm yearly and answering for all things belonging to the Office of Sheriff at the Exchequer.
Dated at Westminster 4 Nov. 16 Chas. II. (1664)
Seal. (incomplete)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/33  27 February 1529

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY.
Tripartite Deed made 27 Feb. 20 Hen. VIII. (1529) between (1) Robert Cryspyn, late of London, Inn-holder, (2) John Whyddon and John Arscott, Gentlemen, Whereby Robert sells to John and John all his tenement called Southcomb in the Parish of Holdysworthy with all evidences and charters belonging to the same, agrees to cause to be made a fine to Richard Burgeyn and William Hole, Gentlemen, of all the tenements to the use of John and John, provided that if Robert shall before the Feast of Nativity of St. John Baptist next prove a sale made by Thomas Michel to said Robert of all the premises in Southcomb for £10. paid by Robert to Thomas 4 Dec. 14. Hen. VIII. (1522) and also prove the sealing and delivering of a Deed and also the term of 40 years contained in a certain Deed to be a true Deed and made according to the meaning of said Thomas Michel according to the tenor of the Deed whose date is 4 Dec. 14. Hen. VIII. (1522), and if the tenants of the premises shall attorn to the above named Trustees for John and John, then John and John will pay Robert £7. within a year after the death of [...] Alsyn Smyth, Widow.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/34  6 November 1574
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Exemplification dated 6 Nov. 16. Eliz. (1574) of a Somerset fine dated All Saints, 16. Eliz. Whereby Thomas Walshe, Gent, conveyed to Sir Edward Seymour, Knt, Lord Seymour and Edward Seymour, son and heir apparent of said Edward, the Manor of Stoye and 16 messuages, 200a of land, and c, in Stoye, Fyvehedd, Northcurrye and Wrantage.
Fragment of Seal of Queen's Bench.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/35  11 July 1405

Contents:
ALPHINGTON; MILTON DAMEREL; SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Indenture made between the Lady Margaret, Widow of Sir Piers de Courtenay, Knt, and Sir Philip de Courtenay, Knt, witnessing that Lady Margaret leases to Sir Philip the Manors of Alfyngton and Milton Dammarle, Co. Devon, and the Manor of Styveley, Co. Somerset, which she holds as dower, by assignment of Sir Philip, of the dower from said Sir Piers, in lieu of all other lands of said Sir Philip after the death of Sir Piers; to hold for the life of Lady Margaret at a rent of £.ses.(? £600.) payable at Alre in Somerset.
Dated 11 July ? 6 Hen. 4. (1405)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/36  Easter 1595

Contents:
BARNSTAPLE.
Left hand indenture of fine dated East. 37. Eliz. (1595) Whereby Lewis Darte, Gent, and Elizabeth, his wife, convey to Thomas Stephens, Gent, and William Roscarrocke, Gent, 3 messuages, 3 gardens, and half acre of meadow in Barnestable.
Quit claim to Thomas.
Warranty against heirs of Lewis.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/37  28 July 1562

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Gift by Christina Birtport, John Martyn and Lucia, his wife, for £7. to Andrew Nycoll of Newton Abbot, and Eleanor his wife, of two closes of land with a garden, orchard, and herb garden, containing 3a. of land, now in tenure of Agnes Rowpe in Borough of Newton Abbott.
Attorneys. John Whyte, tailor.
Edward Soper.
Wits. Thomas Harward.
Thomas Quarne.
John Jobe.
Edward Cobbow.?
Henry Gildon.
Edward Swetlond.
Dated 28 July 4 Eliz. (1562)
3 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/38  17 February 1575

Contents:
Letter of Attorney of Androwe Nicolls of Fyfytts, Co. Somerset, Viteler, appointing Philip Stidestone of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, Yeoman, his Attorney to receive of William Monne of Dartmouth, Vitler, that sum of £40. which said William by his bond standeth bound to Androwe.
Dated 17 Feb. 17 Eliz. (1575)
Wits. Peter Ball.
Thomas Maninge.
Simond Price.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/39  10 October 1638

Contents:
MANATON.
Copy court roll of Manor of Mannaton Magna, Mannaton Parva and Houndeton.
At Court held 10 Oct. 14 Chas. I. (1638) came John Whiddon, junior, son of John Whiddon, senior, and took of Thomas Southcote Esq, Lord of said Manor, the reversion of two closes of land called Gullaston in Mannaton Magna, which said John Whiddon senior, now holds for life; to hold for life of John Whiddon junior.
Emanuel Forde. Steward.
Endorsed with Memorandum that John Whiddon within named has surrendered to John Langdon, now owner of the inheritance of the tenement called Gullaston, all his title in said tenement.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/40  Michaelmas 1607

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine dated Mich. 5. Jas. I. (1607) Whereby Richard Hayman, Gent, and Robert Hayman, Gent, convey to Richard Reynell Esq, 5 messuages, 44a. of land, and c, in Newton Abbott, Staplehyll, alias Stapyll Hyll and Hewycke, alias High Weeke, and common pasture in Heythfyld.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/41  nd

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[no title]  D1508M/Moger/42  1 August 1588

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Roger Hayman of Newton Abbott, Yeoman, for £50. to Nicholas Hayman of Totnes, Merchant, of three messuages or tenements and 3 gardens, in the Manor of Newton Abbott, between the land of the Heirs of John Gaverocke now in tenure of John Graynefeild on East, and land late of the Feoffees of Wilborough now in tenure of Nicholas Wills on West, the land of John Rowe, Esq, in North, and the street leading towards Keybury Bridge in South; which messuages are now in the several tenures of Wilmot Ball, Widower, John Harris als Bennett and Elizabeth Maior, Widow.
Attorneys. Richard Hayman,
John Jane.
Dated 1 Aug. 30. Eliz. (1588)
Seal with silver coin embedded in it.
Delivered to Mathewe Sandiland to use of Nicholas Hayman.
Wits. Mathewe Sandiland.
John Jane.
Adrain Raye.
Possession and seising taken 14 Aug. in presence of
John Colcott, the elder.
Richard Reynell.
William Smyth.
Philip Wackham.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/43  16 January 1543
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of John Rudgewey, Gent. to Robert Hayman, in £40. dated 16 Jan. 35 Hen. 8.
Condition that John shall fulfill covenants of a pair of indentures between above parties of above date.
Seal of Arms. Good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/44  3 June 1564
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFETT. (Co. Somerset.)
Release by John Walshe of Stowey, Co. Somerset, Esq. to John Walshe, one of the Justices of Queen's Bench, his Son, and Heir Apparent ?. (filio meo apparen) of all his claim in the mansion house of Cathanger in Manor of Cathanger, Co. Somerset, with app. in Cathanger, Stowey, and in Parish of Fyffett, Co. Somerset.
Dated 3 June 6 Eliz. (1564)
Seal of Arms.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/45  nd

Conditions of access: Document Missing

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/46  29 April 1599

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Indenture made 29 Apr. 41 Eliz. (1599) between (1) John Peryman of Chagford, Co. Devon, Yeoman, and (2) Alice Aynell, wife of John Aynell, of Chagford, John Aynell and James Aynell, Sons of said John and Alice, whereby Peryman for £4. 3. 4. as fine leases to Alice, John and James, two closes called the Huthie Parlee and the Grateney and also two parts of a close called the Greneway, all parcel of a tenement called Frenchbeare, wherein John Peryman now dwelleth, in Parish of Chagford; to hold for their lives at a rent of 12s.
Covenants.
Attorneys. William Searell.
William Bremelcombe.
Wits. William Serell.
John Downinge.
Allicander Aller.
Henrey Tingcomb.
Possession taken 3 June and delivered to within named
Alices Enell.
John Ennell.
James Ennell.
In presence of
William Bremmellcom.
Gregory Ennell.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/47  5 May 1576

Contents:
BOVEY, North; BOVEY, South; MORETONHAMPSTEAD.
Bond of Simon Knyghte of County and City of Exon, Merchant, to Richard Wannell, Gent, John Ellis and Thomas Hodge in £300. dated 5 May. 18 Eliz. (1576)
Condition that Richard Wannell, Katherine, his wife, John Wannell, their Son, John Ellys, Thomas Hodge and James Davye shall enjoy until Christmas next all such tenements in Parishes, Villages and fields and hamlets in Moreton Hampstede, North Bovye and South Bovye, as lately were in the tenure of said Richard Wannell, John Ellys and Thomas Hodge, and by them surrendered by Deed dated 1. May. in above year to Simon Knight, without let or hindrance of Simon.
Portion of Seal with initials S. K.
Delivered to John Hole to use of parties within named in presence of
John Knight.
Thomas ....ggins.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/48  26 October 1552

Contents:
FYFFET. (Co. Somerset.)
Charter of Thomas Abyngton of Dowlyshe Wake, Co. Somerset, Gent. granting to James Downsham all his messuages, land and tenements, and c. in Cathanger in Parish of Fyffett, Co. Somerset.
Attorneys. John Copleston.
John Trowde. als. Strowde.
Dated 26 Oct. 6 Edw. 6. (1552)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/49  17 May 1555
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFET (Co. Somerset.)
Grant by James Downeham of Chellyngton, Co. Somerset, Yeoman, for £170. in performance of an agreement contained in an indenture between said James and John Walshe of London, Esq, dated 10 May. 1 and 2 Philip and Mary (1555), to said John Walshe of a close of pasture called le Nether Brodefelde and 2 parcels of meadow called Stowye Mede and arable in Stowye Feldes and closes in tenure of Richard Weaver and closes called Huckers Closes and Westfeldes in tenure of John Carpenter and closes in the several tenures of John Watkyns and John Clawse, senior, and closes called Westfelds in tenure of Robert Mede and Richard Weaver and Thomas Baude and messuages or tenements in tenure of Cicilia Clawse, Widow, and of Thomas Welshe, all in Cathanger and Stowye in Fyffett, Co. Somerset and parcel of inheritance of John Walshe, Esq, Father of said John Walshe of London, which said James bought to John Walshe, the Father.
Attorneys. Nicholas Salisbury.
George Cooke.
Dated 17 May. 1 and 2. Philip and Mary. (1555)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/50  4 December 1522
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY.
Charter of Thomas Michell granting to Robert Cryspyn his land called Southcomb in Parish of Holdesworthy, which Alice, late wife of John Greneway, now holds for life, to hold after death of Alice for 90 years, at a rent of 28s. and after the end of this 90 years, at a rent of £10.
Covenants.
Attorneys. John Arscote.
John Martyn.
Dated 4 Dec. 14. Hen. 8. (1522)
Broken Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/51  [1247/8 x 1259/60]

Contents:
Release by John Curill (or Turill) to the Church of St. Saviour of Thorr and the Convent there, of all his right near the road which leads towards the bridge of Millebornword, together with all the term which Grantor has in said Close according to a chirograph made between him and Richard Carra, 32 Hen. III, namely for 12 years?
In order that the chirograph between Richard and the Grantor may be quashed by the present release, Richard's Seal is annexed to present Deed, and the Seal of Sir Richard de Aullrra is also annexed.
Wits. Sir Geoffrey de la Briwerra,
Jordan de Haccubba.
John Barun William Feres.
David de Ridon.
Laurence de Novavilla.
Richard Carra.
Baud de Canebiri.
Robert Forester.
Undated.
2 Seals with good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/52  nd

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Richard de Alre, Son of Robert de Alre, granting to John de Canebiri all his land lying on the South side of the bridge of Canebiri, viz, between the ancient water (antiquam aquam) and the road leading towards Alre in exchange for his land, namely, all that land which extends from Hunewilford and the ancient water of Alre in length and from the new ditch (forsatun) to the Park (or meadow) of the Lord of Alre in breadth, with all alders (alneti) between Hunewille and the new ditch and with a garden called Litlehay.
Wits. John le Barun.
Richard le Barun.
Henry de Ridun.
Robert Martini.
Nicholas Partut.
Seal.
Undated.
Endorsed. For bounds to the bridge of Keybery for Keybery Brydge.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/53  18 May 1573
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes)
Release by Thomas Walssh of Stowey, Co. Somers. Gent, to Sir Edward Seymour, Knt, Lord Seymour and Edward Seymour, Esq, Son and Heir Apparent of said Lord Seymour, of all his right in messuages lands and tenements in the Parishes, Vills, or Hamlets of Fyvehed, Stowey and North Curry, or elsewhere, in Co, Somerset.
Dated 18 May 15 Eliz. (1573)
Seal.
Wits. George Salisbury, Gent.
Richard Halse, Gent.
William Mortemer.
George Lane.
Henry Gildon.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/54  2 July 1571
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Sale by Nicholas Carswill of Hatch, Co. Devon, Esq, to John Raleigh of Ford, Gent, of a messuage or tenement in the Borough of Newton Abbot, between the land of the Heirs of John Gaverockes, Gent, on West, the land of John Rawe, Esq, on East, and the Highway on South, and the land of the Heir of Prouse on North, and also a close of land in Borough of Newton Burshall between the land of the Heir of Thomas Yeard called Landescore Meade on North, the land of Henry Coyle and Richard Coyle on West, the water called Lenman on South, and the land of the Feoffees of Wolborough on East, all which premises are in tenure of Anthony Bole, with the reversion of the premises.
Attorneys. William Helmore.
John Hayman.
Dated 2 July. 13 Eliz. (1571)
Seal of Arms with good impression.
Wits. Hughe Fortescue.
Robert Webber.
John Copleston.
Geoffrey Collyns.
Geoffrey Totthyll.
Possession taken 1. Oct. in presence of
William Collyne.
John Bande.
Peter Balle.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/55  31 August 1575
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Philip Stidston of Newton Abbot, Yeo. and Joan, his Wife, to John Raleigh of Ford, of all their claim in two closes of land and a garden in Borough of Newton Abbot, of which one close is between the land of the Queen on the East and West and North and the Highway leading to the Vill. of Newton Abbot towards Keybery Bridge on South, now in tenure of said Philip and Joan, and the other close is situated between the land of the Queen on East and said Highway on West and the land of the Heir of William Hilley on the North and the land of Thomas Colcot on South and is now in tenure of Thomas Babb and the garden is between the land of John Roo, Gent, on East, the Highway leading from Leyman Bridge towards Keybery Bridge on West, the land of the Heir of John Holbeame, Esq, on the North and the land of the Heir of the Earl of Oxford on South, now in tenure of John Melbery, all which premises Philip and Joan lately bought of Andrew Nycholl and Eleanor, his Wife.
Dated last day of August, 17 Eliz. (1575)
2 Seals. One a Seal of Arms with good impression.
Wits. Robert Chaffe.
Nicholas Hayman.
Henry Gildon.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/56  20 June 1562

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by John Gylbert of Grenwaye, Esq, to Robert Hayman of Newton Abbot, Vytler, of all his right in messuages, land, and ten. in Staplehill or Stapylhyll, in Parish of Hewycke, in tenure of John Warren.
Dated 20 June, 4 Eliz. (1562)
Signature of John Gilberte and Seal of Arms with good impression.
Sealed and Delivered 9 July in pres. of
John Peter of Compton.
Thomas Jane als Bertlett.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/58  28 January 1588
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Nicholas Heys of Newton Abbott, Dyer, to Nicholas Martyn, Citizen and Merchant of Exeter, of all his right in a close of land containing and acre called Foxwell in Borough of Newton Boushall between the land late of George Forde, Esq, on West, the land of the Heirs of Otes Gilberd, decd, on the East, the land of John Fursland on North, and the land late of Thomas Floyer, Esq, on South.
Dated 28 Jan. 30 Eliz. (1588)
Seal with initials R. H.
Wits. Leonard Martyn.
John Langiler.
Richard Colly, Sen ?.
William Channon.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/59  6 September 1571

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by John Rowe, Sen. of Kingeston, Co. Devon. Esq, and John Rowe of Kingeston, Gent, Sole Apparent of said John Rowe, Sen. to Aslet Hayes of Newton Abbott, Wid. and Nicholas Hayes of Newton Abbott, Dyer, of all their claim in a messuage or tenement garden and close called le Orchard, in tenure of Aslet Hayes, in the Borough of Newton Abbott, between the land of the Queen now in tenure of William Collyn on East and the land of the Heir of Thomas Yeard, Esq, decd, now in the several tenures of John Whyte, Tailor, and Nicholas Whyte, Son of John Whyte, Shirman, decd, in North, and the Street of the Borough leading towards Lemman Brydge on West and other land and ten. of said John Rowe, Sen. now in tenure of Clement Eston and the land of the Heir of Thomas Parr on South.
Dated 6 Sept. 13 Eliz. (1571)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/59a  3 September 1571

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by same to same of above premises.
Dated 3 Sept. 13 Eliz. (1571)
Attorneys. John Melbery.
John Langaller.
1 Seal.
Possession delivered 8 Jan, 1572. 14 Eliz. in presence of William Parre, Richard Haies, Thomas Bab.
Emanuell Langaller. Thomas Collins.
Samuel Collins and David Grenifield.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/60  Trinity 1603

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Left hand indenture of a fine dated Trin. 1 Jas. I. (1603) whereby William Martyn, Esq, and Susanna, his Wife, and Nicholas Haise, convey to Richard Reynell, Esq, and Lucy, his Wife, a messuage, garden, and orchard and 3 acres of land in Newton Abbott, Newton Burshell and Highweeke.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/61  Michaelmas 1588

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Right Hand Indenture of a Fine dated Michaelmas, 31 Eliz. (1588) whereby Nicholas Hayse and Isabella, his wife, convey to Nicholas Marten a messuage, garden, orchard and 2 acres of land in Newton Abbott.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/62  13 July 1548
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Lease by Joan Clercke of Newton Abbott, Widow, to Henry Hayes, of one close of land called Voxwyll, containing one acre in Parish of Hyeweke, under the land.... Ford called Comeshed on the West, the land of the heir of Gylbert on the East, the land of John Furselond on the North, and the land of John Babbe, Senr, on the South, to hold for 60 years at a rent of 6s.
Covenants.
Dated 13 July. 2. Edw. 6. (1548)
Wits. Geoffrey Jacobbe.
Henry Gildon.
Seal. broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/63  30 April 1453
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by John Rede, William Attebowe and Edward Sayer to William Spore, of all their right in messuages, land and tenements in Newton Abbott which they had by gift of John Rows, son and heir of George Rows.
Wits. Dennis Whitchurch.
John Gambon.
John Medirhill.
John Deley.
William Burgon.
Dated Monday next after Feast of St. Mark the Evangelist. (April 25), 31. Hen. 6. (1453)
3 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/64  4 October 1464
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by John Hoppyng of all his right in these messuages, land, and tenements, in Newton Abbot, which he lately had jointly with John Spore, Cleric, by demise of John Rede, William atte Bowe, Edward Sayer and William Spore.
Wits. Thomas Benbowe.
Reginald Hoper.
John Thomas.
Dated 4 Oct. 4. Edw. 4. (1464)
1 Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/65  27 January 1588

This Deed is stuck together by damp and partly torn.

Contents:
Grant by Nicholas Heys of Newton Abbott, Dyer, to Nicholas Martyn, merchant.
Dated 27 Jan. 30. Eliz. (1588)
Attorneys. Peter Mogridge.
John Langaller.
Seisin taken 29 Jan. and delivered to Richard Collykott, Attorney of Nicholas Martyn, in presence of Richard Collykott and Richard Sweetlande.
Seal with initials R.H.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/66  4 July 1534

Contents:
FYFFETT. (Co. Somerset.)
Exemplification dated 4 July 26. Hen. 8. (1534) of a recovery dated Trin. 26. Hen. 8. Somerset, whereby William Newton, John Atcombe, Senr, John Atcombe, Junr, John Dolman, William Pen and Thomas Parson, by Giles Peny, their Attorney, recover against John Walshe, Esq, one messuage, 92 acres of land, and c, in Cathanger, in Parish of Fyfete.
Vouchee. Thomas Chapman.
Giles Strangweys, Knt, Sheriff of Somerset.
Seal. Slightly broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/67  11 May 1562

Contents:
Bond of John Gylbert of Grenewaye, Esq, to Robert Hayman in 100 marks, dated 11 May, 4 Eliz.
Condition that John shall observe the covenants of a pair of indentures made between above parties on above date.
Wits. John Peter of Compton.
Thomas Jane, alias Bertlett.
Broken seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/68  5 December 1536

Contents:
SOMERSET (various parishes)
Charter of John Walshe of Cathanger, Co. Somerset, Cleric, granting to Edward Karne, Doctor of Laws, all his land and tenements undermentioned, namely, a close called Asshecroft, a parcel of land called Oxynlese, a close called Fouracres, a parcel called Cristencrofts, closes called tenne acres, le Hyer Brodefelds, Parkeland, Smokelande, Housecloses, the Coome, which Robert Mede now holds; also a cottage which John Hurne now holds, a parcel called Reddefelde which John Wever holds, a close called Looselease which said John Wever now holds and also a tenement which Alexander Hobbes now holds, a close called Sarte with 8 acres in Langford felde now in tenure of John Sawcer and a close called Longlease which Thomas Bonde holds and also a tenement now in tenure of John Strowde; all in Cathanger, Co. Somerset.
Attorney. John Wadham Esq.
Wits. Bartholomew Brokesby, Scrivener.
John Wylkyn.
John Kemes.
William Garard, Scrivener.
Dated 5 Dec. 28 Hen. 8. (1536)
Seal, broken.
Endorsed. The Deed of the lands made to Sir Edward Carew.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/69  6 February 1562
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFETT. (Co. Somerset.)
Release by John Roll of Stephenston, Co. Devon, Esq. to John Walshe, Serjeant at Law, of all his right in a messuage or tenement in Parish of Fyffett, Co. Somerset, now in tenure of Thomas Walshe.
Dated 6 Feb. 4 Eliz. (1562)
Wits. Geoffrey Totthyll.
George Hunt.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/70  24 October 1559
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of William Lamshed of Ilsyngton, Co. Devon, Husbandman, William Hart of same, Husbandman, John Myller of same, Husbandman, and Thomas Leer of same, Husbandman, to John Gilbert of Greneway in Parish of Brixham, Esq, and Edward Gylbert of Bovytracy, Gentlemen, in £40.
Dated 24 Oct. 1. Eliz. (1559)
Condition that Bondmen shall re-edify, new make and build up a messuage at Staplehyll in Hyweke with all such other houses and buildings as there are now standing in the tenure of John Werryn, as good or better as any of said houses now are and that said messuages and the other houses be new builded and re-edified in the hyer end of the orchard and in part of the curtilage there as is already agreed between the parties and done, at the charges of said Bondmen before Michaelmas 1561.
Seal and 3 fragments.
Wits. William Prowse.
James Tremlett, of Bovytracy.
30 Oct. 1559.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/71  20 December 1565

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Writing of John Raynold of Newton Abbot, Mercer, reciting that George Mannyng, Clarke, Goode Kyng, and William Mannyng by writing indented, dated 6 Feb. 1. Edw. 6. (1547) leased to Henry Raynold, decd, father of said John, all their part of a tenement in Borough of Newton Abbott, between the lands of John Gaverocke, Gent, Edward Seward, John Babbe and John Prance, in the East part, and the lands which Nicholas Hucchyn holds at will of John Gaverocke, Gent, of his Manor of Wolboroughe, in South part, and the tenement of the heirs of Richard Mylward in the West, and the street in the North, in which tenement the said Henry then dwelt; to hold for 40 years, and that Henry by his Will bequeathed the lease to John and assigning to Henry Ellacote, Citizen and Merchant of Exeter, the remainder of the lease.
Dated 20 Dec, 8 Eliz. (1565)
Seal.
Wits. Stephyn (Steven) More, Goldsmith.
Nicholas Colte.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/72  Easter 1629

Poor condition; names partly illegible

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine dated East. 5. Chas. I. whereby Walter Furseland, Gent, and Honora, his Wife, convey to John Tapper one messuage and land in Highweeke.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/73  5 May 1535
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, NORTH.
Grant by Robert Lyne of Throwlegh to John Comyng of North Bovy, his tenement and land containing one ferling in village of North Bovy which John Elys now holds of the grantor.
Attorneys. John Smyth.
John Tapper, Son of Stephen Tapper.
Wits. John Taverner, Cleric, Rector of Throwlegh.
William Holcomb.
John Indecote.
Dated 5 May. 27 Hen. 8. (1535)
Seal. (fragment)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/74  29 February 1529
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY.
Writing of Robert Crispyn reciting that lately Thomas Michell by a Deed of Feoffment granted to said Robert the tenement called Southcomb in Parish of Holdysworthy, which charter is dated 4 Dec. 14. Hen. 8. (1522); and granting to Richard Burgeyn and William Hole, Gentlemen, the said tenement.
Attorneys. Barnard Smale.
Thomas Coirtys.
Dated 27 Feb. 20. Hen. 8. (1529)
Tag for Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/75  26 August 1575
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of Philip Stidston of Newton Abbot, Yeoman, to John Raleigh of Ford, Gentleman, in £50. dated 26 Aug. 17 Eliz. (1575)
Condition that John may hold 2 closes of land and a garden in Borough of Newton Abbot according to the tenor of a Deed made by said Philip and Joan, his wife, to John.
Seal of Arms with good impression.
Wits. Robert Chaffe.
Nicholas Hayman.
Henry Gildon. 1575.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/76  16 February 1575

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Andrew Nicholl of Fyfeet, Co. Somerset, Viteler, and Eleanor his wife, to Philip (Stydston) of Newton Abbot, Yeoman, and Joan his wife, of all their right in two closes of land and a garden in Borough of Newton Abbott, one close being between the land of the Queen on East, West and North, and the highway leading from Village of Newton Abbott to Keyberry Bridge on South, and the other close lying between the land of the Queen on East and said highway on West, the land of heirs of Hilley on North and land of Thomas Colcott on South; and the said garden is between the land of John Roo, Gentleman, on East, the highway leading from Leyman Bridge to Keyberry Bridge on West, the land of heir of Holbearne on North and the land of heir of Earl of Oxford, on South.
Dated 16 Feb. 17 Eliz. (1575)
2 Seals in good condition.
Wits. John Penycott.
John Teyngcomb.
Rychard Dulyng.
John Stoneman.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/77  7 February 1575
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Andrew Nicols of Fyfitt, Co. Somerset, Vitler, to Philip Stidestone of Newton Abbott, Yeoman, in 100 marks, dated 7 Feb. 17 Eliz. (1575)
Condition that, whereas said Andrew ordained Philip his special Attorney to recover to use of said Philip of one William Moune of Dartmouth Vitler, the sum of £40. in which said William stands bound to Andrew, if Andrew do not revoke said letter of Attorney nor give William any letter of Acquittance or release of the debt, this present obligation shall be void.
Wits. Peter Ball.
Thomas Manninge.
Simon Priece.
Seal with initials I. H.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/78  10 July 1573
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON
Sale by Christopher Copleston, Esq, for £22. to Robert Hayman of Newton Abbott, Yeoman, of two closes of land containing 12 acres called Clase Parks, alia, Clarks Parks, in Parish of Ilsyngton, between the land of John Noseworthy on West, the highway leading from Newton Busshell to Aysshberton on South, the land of Thomas Stiddeston on East and the land of Hugh Pomeroy, Esq, on the North, which closes are now in tenure of William Bynmore and Mathea, his wife, and Richard Bynmore their Son, together with the reversion of the premises.
Attorneys. John Haywoode.
John Thornyng.
Dated 10 July 15 Eliz. (1573)
Seal.
Possession taken 11 Aug. in presence of:-
William Helmer.
William Manyng.
Edward Soper.
John Goteham.
Wits. John Marshall.
Christopher Gribbell.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/79  29 January 1381

This Deed is in a very fragile state.

Contents:
Letter of Osberne Hamelyn certifying that he has attorned to Lady Margaret de Courtenay, Widow of Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon, and done his fealty and service to her Bailiff in the name of attornment for the Manor of Soure, which he held of her in right of Maud, his wife, for the term of the life of Maud, the reversion after death of Maud being to said Lady Margaret as that which said Sir Hugh and said Margaret had by purchase of Sir John de Chiverston, to them and their heirs.
Sir Philip de Courtenay is mentioned.
Wits. Sir William Bonevyle.
John Grey ?.
John Uppecote.
Thomas Bittelesgate.
Written at Exeter, Tuesday before the Feast of Purification. 4. Rich. II. (1381)
Seal.
Norman French.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/80  1 October 1368

This Deed is defaced and damp.

Contents:
Indenture made by Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon, and John Southdon, Clerk, witnessing that whereas said John is bound to said Earl and Margaret, his Countess, in 1000 marks by a Statute Merchant made at Exeter 28 Sept. 42 Edw. III. (1368) before Waryn Bailiff, Mayor of City of Exeter and Roger Clebury, Clerk of the King, promising to pay at Feast of Purification next and witnessing that the Earl agrees that if John de Cheverston, Knight, has issue between him and Joan, his wife, daughter of said Earl, and will pay at the end of the quarter next after the birth of said issue, 200 marks, and at succeeding quarter 100 marks until the sum of 1000 marks is fully paid, or if the said John de Cheverston has no issue by Joan, by which the covenants contained in an indenture made between said Earl and Countess and said John de Cheverston are fully accomplished, then said Statute Merchant shall be void.
Wits. John Meriet.
Richard de Merton.
Sir John Prideaux. Knt.
Thomas de Courtenay.
Richard Hydon ?.
Dated at Exeter, 1 Oct. 42 Edw. III. (1368)
Seal with good impression.
Norman French.
Endorsed. A Statute Merchant of 1000 marks against John Soudon for the lands of Sir John Chiverston.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/81  Easter 1616

Contents:
HEANTON PUNCHARDON.
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine dated East. 14 Jas. I. (1616-17)
Whereby Richard Reynell Esq, and Lucia, his Wife, convey to Alexander Wyat a messuage, garden, 20a of land, and c, in Manstone and Heaunton Pounchardon, to hold for 99 years if William Wyat, son of said Alexander, Andrew Hamond and Mathew Hamond, sons of Hugh Hamond, so long live, at a rent of 12s.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/82  Hilary 1595
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, North.
Left Hand Indenture of a Fine, dated Hil. 37 Eliz. (1595) Whereby William Endacott and Anna, his wife, grant to John Elles a messuage, garden, 10a of land, and c, in North Bovy, to hold during the life of Anna.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/83  1 April 1430

Deed torn and defaced by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ALPHINGTON; PORTLEMOUTH, EAST, THURLESTONE; WHITESTONE.
Charter of Sir Philip Courtenay, Knight, granting to Edmund Lacy, Bishop of Exeter, Walter Lord Hungerford, Treasurer of England, Sir Richard Hankeford, Knight, James Chudlegh, Roger Bolter, Clerk, Walter Collys, Clerk, John Copleston, John Mulys, William Fraunceys and Ralph Cruwys, his Manors of Yelton, Thorleston, Boltebury, Southwysch, Saltecombe, Portlemouth, Soure Alfyngton and Whytston and all his messuages and tenements in above places and the advowsons of the Churches of Alfyngton and Whytston.
Wits. Sir Thomas Carrew. Knt.
Sir John Dynham. Knt.
Robert Hille.
William Chudlegh.
John Ferrers.
Henry Fortescue.
John Jaycote.
Dated 1 Apr. 8 Hen. 6. (1430)
Seal of Arms, broken. Good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/84  31 July 1562
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Cristina Burtport, John Martyn and Lucia, his Wife, for £7. to Andrew Nycoll and Eleanor, his Wife, of all their right in two closes, a garden and orchard and herb garden, in Newton Abbot, in tenure of Agnes Rowpe, Wid.
Dated last day of July, 4 Eliz. (1562)
3 Seals.
Wits. Thomas Hayward.
Thomas Quarne.
John Jobe.
Edward Cobboll.
Henry Gildon.
Edward Swetlond.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/85  8 March 1400
Language:  Latin

Contents:
COFFINSWELL.
Indenture made between William Abbot of Torre, and the Convent, on one part, and Robert Scobbehulle, on the other, witnessing that said Robert and his ancestors and others whose Estate their ancestors and he have in the Manor of Coffyngewylle, held it from time immemorial of said Abbot and Convent as of the Manor of Daccomb in right of the Church of Holy Trinity of Torre for 6/7ths of a Knight's fee and ratifying the Estate of Robert in said Manor, to be held at a rent of 8s. 4d. and relief on the death of a tenant of 20s.
Covenants.
Wits. Sir John Dynham. Knt.
Sir John de la Pomeray. Knt.
William Ferers.
John Cole.
Walter Chartray.
William Fokeray.
John Stontorre.
Dated Monday next before Feast of St. Gregory the Pope. 1 Hen. 4. (1399-1400)
Seal of Arms with good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/86  25 October 1561
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFET. (Co. Somerset.)
Sale by John Rolle of Stevenston, Esq, to John Walshe, Serjeant at Law, of his messuage or tenement in Parish of Fyffett, Co. Somerset, now in tenure of Thomas Walshe.
Attorneys. John Harwoode.
John Pyne.
Dated 25 Oct. 3. Eliz. (1561)
Seal.
Wits. Thomas Carne ?.
John Pyne.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/87  1483 x 1484

A fragment
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by..... don and Joan, his Wife, and William Yoldon to..... of all their right in........... in Bradewyke Wode, El............ John and Joan......., .... Will and Middelcote, in Manor of .......
Wits. ........
Thomas Throwston,
John Wolcote, Tailor.
John Comyng.
John New .....
...... 1. Rich. III. (1483)4)
3 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/88  10 April 1537
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFET. (Co. Somerset.)
Release by John Browne of Bristoll, Gent, to Thomas Newton, Esq, of all their right in a tenement in Fyfet, Co. Somerset, now in tenure of John Huchyns, Sen. and in meadows called Furtham and Braddok and Charleham, Hilham, all in Ilmore, Co. Somerset.
Dated 10 Apr. 28 Hen. 8. (1537)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/89  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Charter of William le Archer of Caubiry, granting for the safety of his soul and of his ancestors and successors to the Convent of Thorre, to their "pittances in frank almoign", one acre of arable land which lies within the ditch (fossatum) near the land which Elyas, son of the Forester of Richard Carra) one held at farm, to hold in frank almoign for ever.
Wits. William de Ferariis.
John Tollay.
John le Barun.
Richard le Barun.
Richard de Aubre.
Undated.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/90  April 1726

Contents:
ILSINGTON; MANATON
Left hand indenture of a fine dated East. 12. Geo. I. (1726) whereby Alexander Nosworthy conveys to William Lambshead 3 messuages, 2 gardens, 40a of land, and c, in Stapleton, Honywell, Punchaford Southcott, in Ilsington and Manaton.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/91  April 1545

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOTT
Final Concord dated East. 36. Hen. 8. (1544-5) Whereby John Rudgewey and Elizabeth his wife, convey to Robert Hayman 4 messuages, 4 gardens, and 3½a. of land in Newton Abbot.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/92  7 July 1584

Contents:
MILTON DAMAREL
Letters Patent dated 7 July, 26. Eliz. (1584) Reciting that by fine, East 23. Eliz. (1581) Sir William Courtenay Knt, conveyed to Mark Cottell a messuage, barn, garden, 100a. of land, and c, in Buttermore and Milton Damarell, for a settlement upon Sir William and his heirs, the Queen's Licence not having been first obtained, and pardoning the trespass.
The name Ambrose Barry 1638 is written several times on this Deed.
On the back are the names:-
Tristram Barry.
Ambrose Barry.
John Bale.
Robert Bale.
Walter Bale.
John Bale.
All apparently in same handwriting.
Tag for Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/93  Michaelmas 1683
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MANATON.
Right hand indenture of a fine dated Mich. 35. Chas. II. (1683) Whereby Josias Baker and Anna his wife, and John Baker, convey to Thomas Tothill, Gent, a messuage, garden, 50a. of land, and c, in Odetor, Houndetor, Mannaton Magna, Mannaton Parva, Mannaton, Houndetor Woods and Mannaton Downe

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/94  1 June 1554
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes)
Charter of John Walshe of Cattanger, Co. Somerset, Esq, granting to John Walshe of London, Esq, his son and heir apparent, his mansion house in the Manor of Cattanger, Co. Somerset, and his Manor of Cattanger, with appurtenances in Stowye and Fyffet.
Attorneys. Richard Bucklande.
Nicholas Salysburye.
Dated 1. June. I Mary. (1554)
Seal.
Endorsed. The dede from my father to me.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/95  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Lucas, son of John, granting to Geoffrey Giffard, for his service, the tenement of Maynboge with common pasture in Grantor's Manor of Teyngewich, to hold at a yearly rent of one pair of gilt spurs.
Wits. Sir William de la Briwere.
Richard de Bello Monte.
John Torel.
John, the Lord's brother.
Hugh de Saucey.
John de Stapilhille.
Hamelin de Wdeton, his son.
Robert de Holebeme.
Walter le Pur.
Undated.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/96  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Theobald de Anglicavilla confirming the gift which Lucas, son of John, made to Geoffrey Giffard in Theobald's Manor of Theingwik, namely of Meingboha, and of the land which Robert Barnage and Thomas de Nortlane held in Teingwik, to be held of Theobald and his heirs as the Charter which said Geoffrey had of said Lucas, testifier.
Wits. R. Abbot of Torre.
W de la Briwere.
William de Gregis.
Richard, son of Ralph.
William de Gatepad.
Walter Pur.
Martin de la Torre.
Undated.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/97  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Theobald de Anglicavilla, confirming to God and the Church of St. Saviour of Torre, the gift which Geoffrey Giffard made to them of the land of Mainboha, namely, that the Canons shall hold in frank almoign as the Charter which said Geoffrey had of Lucas, son of John, and the Charter which said Canons had of Geoffrey, testify.
Wits. William de la Briwere.
William de Grenget.
Richard Finamore.
Jordan de Daccum.
Roger de Ferres.
Richard, son of Ralph.
Martin de la Thorre.
Undated.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/98  2 February 1601

Deed slightly injured by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 2. Feb. 43. Eliz. (1601) granting Licence to Sir William Courtenay, Senior, Knt, Robert Dyllon Esq, and Grace his wife, William Carew Esq, John Fortescue Esq, William Kyrkeham Esq, John Drewe Gent, and Susan his wife, Thomas Marshall Gent, Thomas Drewe Gent, Robert Drewe Gent, John Dottyn and David Potter, to alienate two thirds of the Manor of Wolborough with 30 messuages, 20 cottages, 3 water mills, and c, as in D1508M/Moger/1 to Richard Reynell Esq.
Great Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/99  16 September 1582
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Richard Hayman of Newton Abbot, Co. Devon, Tanner, to John Raleigh of Ford, Esq, in £60. dated 16 Sep. 24. Eliz. (1582)
Condition that Richard shall perform the covenants of a pair of Indentures between said parties on above date.
Wits. Henry Gildon.
John Nosworthy.
Nicholas Hayman.
John Lavers.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/100  1 November 1554
Language:  Latin

Contents:
FYFFET. (Co. Somerset.)
Grant by John Newton, Gent. one of the sons of Thomas Newton of Swell, Co. Somers. Esq, to John Walshe of London, Esq. (son and heir of John Walshe of Catthanger, Co. Somers. Esq.) and Joan his wife, and the heirs of John, of a close now in tenure of Thomas Crocume in Parish of Fyffhed, Co. Somers. near a wood late of John Speke on the West and the Manor of Swell on the East, and 4 acres of arable in Blakland in said Parish of Fyffhed, and 4 acres in Barlyfurlonge in same Parish, and 2 acres in Kynnyll tote in same Parish and 2 acres in Langford Rydd (RyW ?) in same Parish, all in tenure of John Dolman, and also 2 parcels called Furthyn and Brodedole in a great meadow called Illmore in said Parish, and a close called Catthanger Orchard near the farm of Langforde, and 37 acres of land in the South and North fields of Langforde in Parish of Fyffhed in occupation of John Salway and in tenure of Nicholas Salysbury and Joan his wife; all of which premises said Thomas Newton, father of Grantor, purchased of said John Walshe, the father, and granted to said John Newton, the Grantor, his son.
Attorneys. Nicholas Salysbury, aforesaid.
Thomas Penne.
Dated 1. Nov. 1 and 2. Philip and Mary.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/101  12 July 1539

Document damaged by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Exemplification dated 12. July. 31. Hen. 8. (1539) at request of John Gaverocke, of a record of the Court of Augmentation recording that said John came 1. July. 31. Hen. 8. to Court bringing for record a Writing dated 3. Dec. 29. Hen. 8. (1537) under the conventual Seal of St. Saviour's of Torre, now dissolved, whereby Simon the Abbot granted to John Gaverocke for his good counsel in the Law, given to the Convent, for other good services, of the Office of Bailiff of the Manor of Wolboroughe for life, with an annuity of 60s. from the Abbey lands in Torremoham, Aysheclyste, Grendell, Salterton and North Skyllingford, Co. Devon.
Great Seal. (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/102  9 October 1556
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Ramshes)
Quitclaim by David Brooke, Knt, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, for the love which he bears to his nephew (nepos) John Walshe, junior, Esq, to said John of all his right in the Manors of Catthanger and Stowye, Co. Somers.
Dated 9 Oct. 3 and 4. Philip and Mary. (1556)
Wits. John Frenche.
Thomas Byriton.
George Badger.
24. Oct. 1556.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/103  23 September 1448
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON; NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Richard Pyke granting to Henry Carpenter all his messuages, land, and tenements, in Est. Stapulhill in Seymour in Parish of Eeywyke and in West Stapulhill in Parish of Ilsington, which Grantor had by gift of Cecil Martyn.
Wits. Richard Yerde.
John Beaumont.
John Chudderlegh.
Richard Mirifeld.
William Holbern.
Dated at Est. Stapulhill, Monday next before Feast of St. Michael the Archangel. 27. Hen. 6. (1448)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/104  25 November 1610

Contents:
WOLBOROUGH.
Indenture made 25 Nov. 8. Jas. I. (1610) between Francis Phelips and Richard More of London, Gent, on one part and John Bingley of City of Westminste Esq, and Richard Reynell of Ford, Co. Devon, Esq, on other part, witnessing that Francis and Richard More sell to Bingley and Reynell the Rectory and Church of Woulboroughe, late parcel of possessions of Monastery of Torr, as granted by Jas. I. by Letters Patent 8 Feb. 4. Jas. I. (1607) sold the same to Richard Roberts and George Tyte and as said Richard and George by an indenture enrolled 5 Nov. instant, and dated 6 June last, sold the same to Richard More and Francis Philips; saving to the King all advowsons, paying yearly to the King £11. 9s. Richard Reynell agrees to pay £6. 13. from the Rectory payable to a Chaplain celebrating divine service in the Church of Woulborough.
Wits. John Houldfort.
Edward Dodd.
Thomas Moris.
William Stowell.
Enrolled in dorse of Close, last day of Nov. by John Torr.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/105  Michaelmas 1562

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Right hand indenture of a fine dated Mich. 4. Eliz. (1561) Whereby John Gilbert Esq, and Elizabeth his wife, convey to Robert Hayman a messuage, 40a. of land, and c, in Staplehill, alias Stapyll Hill, in Parish of Hewycke, and common pasture in Heythfyld.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/106  30 June 1554
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Grant by John Walshe of London, Esq, to John Walshe of Catthanger, Co. Somers. Esq, his father, of a yearly rent of £22. from his Manor of Catthanger, Co. Somers.
Dated last day of June. 1. Mary. (1554)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/107  20 July 1475
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 20 July. 15. Edw. 4. (1475) between William Corun, Esq, and Richard Carpenter, certifying that William has received Richard's homage and fealty for land and tenements which he holds in Stapullhill by Knight service, as of William's Manor of Stokyntynhede.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/108  16 November 1523
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY TRACEY; NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of John Mannyng, the elder, of Newton Abbott, granting to John Colcott, Richard Gownam, Henry Bartlett, Richard Mannyng, Nicholas Ray, John Core, Nicholas Hechyn, William Parri (? Parris and John Wenford, all his messuages, land and tenements in Co. Devon, one tenement in the Borough of Bovytracy, and a pasture called le Marche in the Borough of Newton Busshell, being excepted.
Attorneys. Nicholas Androw, Chapl.
John Forde.
Wits. Thomas Gaverocke.
John Babbe.
Thomas Fyncent.
Richard Hartely.
Dated at Newton aforesaid 16 Nov. 15. Hen. 8. (1523)
Seal. (Initials W.G.)
Endorsed. Mannyng's lease.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/109  1 June 1562
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Sale by John Gylbert of Greneway, Co. Devon, Esq, for £52. to Robert Hayman of Newton, Vitler, of all his tenements in Staplehyll, alias, Stapyllhyll in Parish of Hewycke, in tenure of John Warren.
Attorneys. William Longdon.
Edward Soper.
Dated 1. June. 4. Eliz. (1562)
Endorsed that 3 June possession was given in presence of
Thomas Paunceford.
Richard Hoore.
Thomas Archer.
Alexander Northwaye.
Richard Wyeger.
Thomas Collinson.
Sealed and delivered in presence of
John Peter of Compton.
Thomas Jane, alias Bertlett.
Seal with good impression. (squirrel)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/110  30 January 1553
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Release by Thomas Abyngton of Dowlyshe Wake, Co. Somerset, Gent, to James Downeham of Chellyngton, Yeoman, of all his right in messuages, land, and tenements, in Cattanger and Stowey in Parish of Fyffeld, Co. Somerset.
Dated penultimate day, Jan. 7. Edw. 6. (1553)
Heraldic Seal. (good impression)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/111  27 September 1579

Contents:
BOVEY, North.
Letter of John Ellys of Northe Bovy, Husbandman, appointing as his Attorney William Tapper and Richard Stonnyng to enter into his sixth part of a tenement called Grenewyllmeade in North Bovy in Stannary Court of Chagford and make livery of it to Ellis Caw of Nymyt Tracye, grome.
Dated 27 Sept. 21. Eliz. (1579)
Wits. John Hole, the elder.
John Hole, the younger.
Livery in presence of
Launcellett Caw.
John Fawell.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/112  13 April 1447
Language:  Latin

Contents:
KINGSTEIGNTON
Charter of Cecilia, widow of Thomas Martyn of Saltash in her widowhood, granting to Richard Reke and Nicholas Wandre, all her messuages, land and tenements in the Village of South Stapilhulle in Parish of Kyngestaynton, with the fealty rent and services of John Stapilhull and his heirs and also fealty rent and services of Henry Anderhill and his heirs.
Wits. Thomas Budokishide.
Richard Yerd, Esquire.
John Wase, Mayor of Borough of Saltayssh.
John Slegge.
Richard Gustard.
Dated at South Stapilhulle, 13. Apr. 25. Hen. 6. (1447)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/113  8 July 1574
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Richard Heyes of Newton Bushell, Weaver, for £16. to Nicholas Heyes, of Newton Abbot, of a close of land containing 1 acre called Foxwell in the Borough of Newton Bushell between the land late of George Forde Esq, on the West, the land of the heir of Otys Gilberd, decd, on the East, the land of John Furseland on the North, and the land late of Thomas Floyer, Esq, on the South.
Attorneys. John Langealler.
Clement Eston.
Dated 8 July. 16. Eliz. (1574)
Wits. Nicholas Martyn.
Gilbert Smythe.
Hercules Whetcombe.
Edward Herte. ?.
Wits. to Livery of seisin
William Collyn.
Mathew Sandeland.
Thomas Manynge.
Richard Lewes.
Richard Collyns.
28. Aug.
Seal. (heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/113a  8 July 1574

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of Richard Heyes (of) Newton Bushell, Weaver, to Nicholas Heyes of Newton Abbot, Dyer, in £30.
8. July. 16. Eliz. (1574)
Condition that Nicholas shall peaceably enjoy a close of land in the Borough of Newton Bushell called Foxewell, between the land late of George Forde Esq, decd, on the West, the land of the heirs of Otes Gilberd, decd, on the East, the land of John Furseland on the North and the land late of Thomas Floyer Esq, on the South, without molestation by Richard or Siblye his wife.
Wits. Nicholas Martyn.
Gilberte Smythe.
Hercules Whetcombe.
Edward Herte (or perhaps Hexte)
Heraldic Seal with good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/114  12 May 1550
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Johanna Clarke, Widow, for £4. to Henry Heyes of all her right in a close of land containing 1 acre called Foxwell in Borough of Newton Busshell, described as in D1508M/Moger/113.
Dated 12. May. 4. Edw. 6. (1550)
Wits. Jeffery Jacob.
Henry Reynoll.
Anthony Bole.
(sic) 8. May 4. Edw. 6.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/115  11 July 1589
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Nicholas Haise of Newton Abbott, Dyer, for £50. to Nicholas Martin of Co. and City of Exon, Gent, one of the Aldermen of the City, of a messuage or tenement, orchard and close of land, containing 1 acre in Borough of Newton Abbott, between the land of the Queen in tenure of William Collyn on the East and land of the heir of Thomas Yarde Esq, decd, in several tenures of John White, Taylor, and Michael White, son of John White, Shereman, decd, on the North and the street of the Borough leading towards Lemman Bridge on the West and the land of John Rowe Esq, or his heirs, now in tenure of Clement Easton, and land of Thomas Parre or his heirs on the South; together with all charters, and c, relating to the premises.
Attorneys. Richard Colskott.
Peter Mogridge.
Dated 11. July. 31. Eliz. (1589)
Wits. John Bidgood.
Nicholas Martin, the younger.
Humfry Hawkins.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/116  21 June 1596
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 21 June. 38. Eliz. (1596) recording that by fine, Hil. 23. Eliz. (1581), John Drewe and Susanna his wife, conveyed to William Rowe, Gent, a third part of 3 messuages, 40 acres of land, and c, in Wilborough, Co. Devon, which are held of the Queen in chief, without licence from the Queen and pardoning the trespass.
Great Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/117  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by William le Archer of Canebiry, to God and St. Mary, and the Convent of Thorr, to their pitanciany, of all his claim in a close which lies towards the South extending from the new ditch (fossatum) under the wood (spina) near the highroad, as far as Hunewilleford, which close is called Renland, which John de Canebiry, father of the Grantor, one held at farm of Richard Carra.
Wits. Sir Geoffrey de la Bruere.
Jordan de Haccumbe.
Richard de Aubre.
John le Barum.
John Tollay.
William de Ferariis.
Richard le Barun.
Undated.
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/118  2 May 1609

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Writing of William Peryman of Chagford, Yeoman, reciting that in performance of certain covenants in a pair of indentures made between him on the one part and Mary Dunnynge, Widow, and William Oxenham, Gent, of the other part, dated 1. Apr. last, he has granted to said William Oxenham and William Searell of Chagford, Yeoman, two thirds of his messuages and tenements, and c, called Frenchebeare, alias Frencysbeare, and two closes of land at Fourd called Bromhilleparke in the Parish of Chagford; to hold to the uses expressed in the indentures.
Attorneys. William Clyff.
Thomas Cullacott.
Dated 2. May. 7. Jas. I. (1609)
Wits. John Bisshop.
William Burgeyn.
John Potter.
Leonard Northlegh.
Wits. to Livery of seisin
John Noseworthie.
John Bysshopp.
Willm. Cleiffe.
Seal. (heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/121  10 October 1638
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MANATON.
Copy of court roll of Manor of Mannaton Magna, Mannaton Parva, and Houndetorre, recording that at Court held 10. Oct. 14. Chas. I. (1638), John Whiddon junior, son of John Whiddon senior, took of Thomas Southcote Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of a capital messuage in Mannaton Magna, in said Manor, and divers closes of barton land, meadow and pasture, belonging, and a sixth part of all the Lord's common pasture on Mannaton Downe, all of which said John Whiddon senior holds for life, to hold said reversion after death of John senior for life of John junior, at a rent of 30s. for the capital messuage and barton land, and 10½d. for common pasture.
Enrolled by Emanuel Forde, Steward.
Seal. (heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/122  17 February 1620
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MANATON.
Estreat of Manor of Mannaton Magna, Mannaton Parva, and Houndetorre, recording that at the Court held 17. Feb. 17. Jas. I. (1620), John Noseworthy, son of Robert Noseworthy, took of Thomas Southcott Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of closes of land called Mannaton Hill...... Horseparke and Bromeparke, containing 20a. of land, which Grace Stokey widow, holds during her widowhood; to hold for his life.
Enrolled by John Codnor, Steward.
Endorsed with Memorandum, 4. Oct. 1649. of surrender by John Noseworthy, within named, into the hands of William Crowte, now owner of the inheritance of the four closes, of all his right and interest in them together with the copy of the Court Roll.
Wits. John Whiddon.
Richard Crout.
John Pettebridg.
John Whiddon, the younger.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/123  20 March 1589
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Sale by William Hayman of Totnes, Merchant, for £57. 10. 0. to Nicholas Hayman of Totnes, Merchant, of premises in Staplehill, otherwise called Staplehill, in Parish of Heighweke, in tenure of John Werryn, Hugh Archer and John Archer.
Dated 20 March. 31. Eliz. (1589).
Attorneys. John Colcott, senior.
Philip Wakeham.
Wits. Henry Every.
William Yeo.
Livery. 1. Apr. in presence of
Richard Hayman.
John Collcot, the younger.
Philip Wackham.
Richard Hayman.
John Colcote, the elder.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/124  27 February 1529
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY.
Writing of Robert Crispyn reciting that lately Thomas Michell by deed of feoffment granted to said Robert all his tenement called Southcombe in Parish of Holdysworthy, the Charter being dated 4. Dec. 14. Hen. 8. (1522), and witnessing that Robert now grants to Richard Burgeyn and William Hole, Gents, the said premises to hold to them and their heirs and assigns for ever.
Dated 27 Feb. 20 Hen. 8. (1529).
Attorneys. Bernard Smale.
Thomas Courtys.
Wits. John Whiddon.
John Arscot.
.... Upton.
John Gava ......
Win ............
John El ........
Wits. to Livery.John Arscot. .....
William Carwethy.
Edmund Gerold.
Sunday after Easter, 20. Hen. 8.
Seal.
Endorsed. Southcombe, Northlew and Holsworthy.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/125  5 July 1514
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Exemplification dated 5. July. 6. Hen. 8. (1514) of recovery Trin. 6. Hen. 8. whereby Richard Elyot, one of the Justices of King's Bench, Thomas Newton, Richard Ive, William Broke, Cuthbert Clause, by Giles Polyver their Attorney, recovered against John Welsshe, son and heir of Thomas Wellshe Esq, the Manor of Cathanger and 200 acres of land, and c, in Fyvefet and Cathanger.
Vouchee. Thomas Fysshe.
Great Seal. (broken.)
Endorsed. This recovery was had to the use of within mentioned John Welshe and Jocosa (Joyce) his wife.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/126  20 March 1408
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Joan Gotham, relict of John Gotham, in her widowhood, granting to Richard Pral and Thomas Cambon all her right in lands and tenements in Nywaton Abbates and Nywaton Busschel, except one acre of land lying near the mill of Schirbor [...] lle, to hold at a rent during the life of Joan of 24s.
Dated at Nywaton, Tuesday next after Passion Sunday 9. Hen. 4. (1408).
Wits. Gilbert Smyth.
William Porrecomb.
John Lusscher.
John Holecombe.
William Leeg.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/127  8 July 1584

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Inquisition taken at Chagford 8 July. 26. Eliz. (1584) before Thomas Ford Esq, Escheator, to enquire after the death of William Peryman, late of Chagford, decd, by oath of William Ayshe, Gent, John Newcomb senior, Gent, Peter Wodeleigh, Gent, John Stoneman, Gent, Barnabas Hore, Gent, John Lenscotte, Gent, John Northcott, Edward Serell, John Trend, John Hartt, Nicholas Peryman, Gregory Trend, John Hole senior, Richard Clyff, Thomas Lancastell, William Bound and John Hole junior, who say that said William Peryman was seized of a messuage and 100a. of land, 10a. of wood, 8a. of meadow, 100a. of furze and heath, in Frenchbeare in Parish of Chagford and of the Manor of Teyncombe in Parish of Chagford, both held of John Copleston Esq, as of his Manor of Chagford.
William died 23 Feb. 22. Eliz. (1580) and John Peryman is son and heir, aged at time of William's death, 15 years and more.
Endorsed. Wm. Peryman, his hand. (twice)
The fin ning of my office, forty shillings.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/128  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Release by Philip Hoppyng and Joan his wife to Thomas Nycomene, atte Yeo, son and heir of John Nycomene of all their land and tenements in Frencysber which John Nycomene bought of Richard Hoppehylle.
Dated at Ilsington, Monday next before Feast of St. Martin the Apostle. 1. Henry.
(N.B.) Not stated which King Henry.
Wits. John Russel.
John Tencombe.
Henry Aynel.
William Wyelle.
Roger Hille.
Geoffrey Drewe.
Part of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/129  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Copy of Charter of Margery, daughter of Geoffrey de Tappelega, granting to Henry her son, for his homage and service, two ferlings of land in Frentestonbeare, viz:- one ferling which Philip Bukset once held and half a ferling which Richard Sewyne once held and half a ferling which Richard le Grea once held and a sixth part of a ferling in Piggeswale and a sixth part of all the lordship of Tengcumbe; to hold of Grantor and her heirs at a rent of 1 lb. of cummin, or 2d. and suit at Court once a year at Grantor's Court at Tengcumbe.
Wits. William Parbo. (or Perbo)
William, his son.
William Macy.
Thomas Cola.
Geoffrey de Baggecote.
Chollay de Bosca.
Thomas Downeston.
William, son of Edward Drew (Drogon) of Wydecombe.
William de Ponte.
Drew de Nuttnolls.
Richard Sewyne.
Undated.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/130  7 May 1382
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Letter of Thomas Cokkeshead, Roger Cokkeshead, and Thomas, son of said Thomas Cokkeshead, appointing John Aysshe of Chaggeford as their Attorney to deliver seisin to William Ryke, of a rent of 16s.2d with homage, fealty, wardships, and c, of all their tenants in the Manor of Chaggeford.
Dated at Chilmelegh, Wednesday next after Feast of Invention of Holy Cross. 5. Rich. II. (1381-2).
2 Seals. (heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/131  9 May 1378
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of Richard Hulle of the Hundred of Fremyngton granting to Thomas Cockesheade of Chilmelegh, Roger Cockesheade, his brother, and Thomas, son of said Thomas Cockesheade, 16s. 2d. yearly rent from divers tenants in Manor of Chagaford, viz, from Clarice Tonker of Frenschebere 2s. from the heir of John Nywcomene 2s. from Cecilia Cole at Southhulle 4s. from Richard Aynguel at Teyncombe 3s. 8d. from Richard Northhull 2s. 8d. from Alexander Stoneman at Northhull 16d. from John Newecomene atte Yeo 6d., to hold with all homage, fealties, wards, and c, to said Thomas, Roger, and Thomas, and their issue, of grantor at a rent of 1d. for the first 18 years and afterwards at a rent of 40s.
Wits. John Pafford.
John Prouty.
John Powe.
Thomas de Halsbury.
Robert Apuldor.
William Lopyngcote.
Robert Southdon.
Thomas atte Bear de Yonstowe.
Dated Sunday next after Feast of St. John ante Portam Latinam. 1 Rich. (II). (1377-8)
Seal.
Endorsed. War ?. Stote pays 12d. for C1 ...
Tonker.
John atte Wille 12d. ....
Henry Aynel 22d.
Richard atte Hill 2s.
Will and Christian, his wife, 2s.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/132  17 June 1375

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of Hugh Tappelegh granting to William Crokker of Hele, all his messuages, land and tenure in Teyngcombe and Frenschebeare and elsewhere near Chaggeforde, together with wards and marriages, reliefs and escheats, of all his tenants there.
Wits. Thomas Dabernoun.
William Monnk.
John Prouty.
Walter Lienwer.
Henry Wolledon.
John atte Borne.
Dated at Helé, Sunday in Feast of St. Trinity. 49 Edw. III. (1375)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/133  17 June 1375
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Writing of John Neuwenty and Alice, his wife, testifying that they have attorned and done fealty to William Crokker of Hele for lands and tenements "which they hold of me" in Frenschebeare and elsewhere near Chaggeford in the name of dower by the death of Robert Tapelegh, late husband of Alice.
Wits. Thomas Dabernoun.
William Monnk.
Walter L......er.
Henry Walledon.
John atte Borne.
Dated at Hele, Sunday in Feast of St. Trinity, 49 Edw. III. (1375)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/134  16 August 1335
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD
Duplicate, with seal
Gift of Henry, son of Ely of Gyddeleygh to John of Frencisber and Sarah his wife, all his lands in Frencisber and Ford, to hold for lives of John and Sarah of the Chief Lord of the Fee and then to their children Simon, William, John, Richard, Robert, Isabella, Dyonysya, reverting on their deaths to John of Blakedone clerk, brother of grantor.
Witnesses: William Talbote de Spreyton
William Monek
Robert atte Weye
Henry de Wydecombe
John Underdoune
John Prouts de Chaggeforda
William Prouts de Chaggeforda
John Corndone
John (Beagle?)
Dated at Chaggeforda. Sunday after Michaelmas 9 Ed III
Attached is a Grant by said Henry, son of Ellis de Giddelegh to John and Sarra of all his goods, moveable and immoveable and his stock in said land of Frencesber and Forda.
Dated at Frencesbere, Wednesday in morrow of Assumption. Blessed Virgin Mary 9 Edward III (1335)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/135  1 April 1609
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Indenture made 1 Apr. 7. Jas. I. (1609) between William Peryman of Chagforde, Co. Devon. Yeoman, on one part and Marie Dunnynge, of South Tawton, widow, and William Oxenham, of South Tawton, gent. on the other, witnessing that in consideration of a marriage to be had between said William Peryman and Anne Dunnynge, daughter of said Marie, and for a competent jointure to be assured to Anne, William Peryman agrees that before All Saints next he will convey to said William Oxenham and William Searell of Chagford, Yeoman, two thirds of the tenement called Frenchebeare or Frenchysbeare in Chagford and two closes at Fourd called Bromhilleparke in Chagford, to hold to the use of William Peryman for life, and after his death to Anne for life and after her death to the use of the heirs of the body of William and in default to the heirs of the body of William Peryman, decd, grandfather, of said William and in default to right heirs of William Peryman the grandfather.
Wits. John Bisshop.
William Burgoyn.
John Potter.
Leonard Northlegh.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/136  10 October 1435
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of John Molton granting to William Lytelwyke 16s. 2d. yearly rent from divers of his tenants in the Manor of Chaggeforde, namely, from John Parkere 28. from heirs of John Nywcomene 2s. from Henry Wille 4s. from John Aynolf 3s. 8d. from John Hilman 2s. 8d. from John Teygcombe 16d. and from the heirs of John Nywcomene 6d., to hold with homage, fealty, wards and marriages, and c. to said William and his heirs and assigns for ever, on condition that if John at any time shall pay to William £20. at Okampton, John shall have the rent again,
Dated at Teyngcombe, Monday next after Feast of St. Denis. 14 Hen. 6. (1435-6)
Wits. John Prous.
Thomas Wydecombe.
Henry Wille.
John Teyngcombe.
John Hilman.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/137  2 April 1434
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of William Pyreman granting to Hugh Pyreman and Alice, his wife, all his tenements in Frencysbeare and his close at le Forde called Bromhilleparke, which said Hugh formerly held there, to hold to Hugh and Alice and their issue at a rent of 13s. 4d. during the life of William, reversion in default to William.
Also the reversion of all lands in Frencysbeare which Richard Hamelyn now holds there (at a rent of 20s. 8d.)
Wits. John Prous.
Thomas Hille.
Jocens Hille.
Henry Wille.
John Hilman.
Dated at Frencysbeare, Thursday next before Feast of St. Ambrose. 12. Hen. 6. (1433-4)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/138  17 July 1655

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Grant by William Peryman of Chagford, Yeoman, to Jane Dodde, of Chagford, Widow, of an annuity of 10s. from his Manor of Teignecombe in Chagford, 6s. thereof out of a tenement called Higher Frenchbeare and 4s. from a tenement called Southhill, to hold to Jane for life, the payment to begin after the death of William Peryman.
Dated 17 July 1655.
Wits. John Shynell ?.
John Dadd.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/139  23 December 1465
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Charter of John Morgan, son and heir of Richard Morgan of Bristol and Agnes, his wife, daughter and heir of William Tynderle andThomasia, his wife, daughter of Stephen Tursyng, granting to John More, John Meryfeld and John Trumpyngdon, a tenement and half acre of land late of said Stephen Tursyng in Newton Abbot, lying between the tenement of John Hakewill on West, the tenement of Thomas Coke on East and South, and the road on North.
Wits. Denis Whitechurche, then Reeve of said Ville.
William Seward and John Pope, then Bailiffs.
John Daw.
John Panter.
Dated 23 Dec. 5. Edw. 4. (1465)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/140  5 August 1460
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Letter of Robert Walshe, son and heir of Thomas Walshe. Esq, appointing as Attorneys William Brent deliver to William, Lord Bonevill of Chuton, Knight, Humphrey Stafford Jnr, Esq, Henry Hull, John Bolour, Jnr, John Hypcras and John Bonevill, of West Dylyngton, seisin of the Manor of Cathangre and tenements in Cathangre, Stowey near Cathangre, in tithing of Fyffehyde, in hundred of Bulston, Lyllesdon and Wrentiche; to hold according to the effect of my Charter made to them.
Dated 5 Aug. 38. Hen. 6. (1460)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/141  16 November 1571
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Asleta Haies of Newton Abbot, Widow, for £6. to Nicholas Haies, Gent. dier, and Isabel his wife, of Newton Abbot, of all her interest in half of a messuage or tenement and half of a close of land called le Orcharde in Borough of Newton Abbot, between the land of the Queen now in tenure of William Collins on East and the tenement of the heir of Thomas Yarde, late of Bradeleghe, Esq, decd, now in several tenures of John White, tailor, and Nicholas White, his son, shereman, decd, in North, and the street leading towards the river called Lemmon in West, and the tenure of John Rowe, senior, Esq, in tenure of Clement Easton and the lands of the heir of Thomas Parre, lately decd, in South, all which premises Asleta and Nicholas hold equally and purchased of John Rowe, Senior, of Kingeston, Esq, and John his son and heir apparent, Gent, to hold to Nicholas and Isabel and their issue with remainder in default to heirs of Nicholas.
Wits. John Langealler,
William Derby ?
Thomas Soyell. (or Coyell)
David Grenefeld.
Dated 16 Nov. 13. Eliz. (1571)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/142  9 June 1661

Contents:
BOVEY TRACEY; HENNOCK; ILSINGTON.
Final Concord dated Trin. 13 Chas. II. (1661) Whereby Sir Robert Parkhurst, Knt, conveys to Anthony Ettrick Esq, and Philip Sheppard, Esq, half the Manor of Bovey Tracy and half the park of Bovey Tracy and 60 messuages, 1000a of land, 100a of wood, 500a of furze and heath, and c, free warren and free fishing and view of frank pledge and common pasture for all animals in Bovey Tracy, Hennock, Ilsington, Knighton and Lisley.
Quit claim to Anthony and Philip and Heirs of Anthony.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/143  Michaelmas 1716

Contents:
KENTON.
Final Concord dated Mich. 3. Geo. I. (1716) Whereby William Viscount Cheyne conveys to William Courtenay Bart, the Manor of Kenton and 100 messuages, 20 water mills, 2000 acres of land 3000 acres of furze and heath, and c, and common pasture for all animals, court leet, court baron, view of frank pledge, pleas and perquisites of courts, goods and chattels of felons, fugitives and suicides, deodand outlaws, waif and stray, and escheats in Kenton, Starcross and Venbridge.
Consideration £2200.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/144   [...] Hikney 1558

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Right hand indenture of fine
Whereby Richard Byllyng and Johanna his wife convey to John Gaverocke, Gent, one messuage, one garden, and 4a. of meadow in South Molton and in Borough of South Molton.
Quit Claim by Richard and Johanna and heirs of Johanna.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/145  8 May 1550
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Johanna Clerke, Widow, in her widowhood, granting to Henry Heyes a close of land containing one acre called Foxwell in the Borough of Newton Busshell between the land of George Forde Esq, on the West, the land of the heir of Otys Gilberd decd. on the East, the land of John Furselande on the North, and the land of Thomas Floyer Esq, on the South.
Attorneys. Roger Coyle.
Anthony Bole.
Dated 8 May 4. Edw. 6. (1550)
Wits. Roger Coyle.
Henry Reynoll.
Geoffrey Jacobbe.
Anthony Bole.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/146  28 June 1411
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Edward de Courtenay, Earl of Devon, confirming Charters of William Briwerr, which he made to God and the Church of St. Saviour of Torre and the Canons serving God there, in frank almony of all the Village of Wlleburgh, once called Wlueburga, and the confirmations of Robert Courtenay and Maud de Courtenay of the same Ville. And the Charter which Robert de Courtenay made to the same Church and Canons of the Prebend of Asseclift; and a Charter which Petronilla de Holrigge made to the same Church and Canons of the land of Holrigg in frank almoign.
Dated at Tyverton 28 June, 12. Hen. 4. (1411)
Fragments of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/147  Michaelmas, 1589 + 1590

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Receipt for 6s. 8d. paid for a fine levied Mich. 31 and 32. Eliz. (1589) between Nicholas Martin and Nicholas Hayes for tenement in Newton Abbott, by John Rowland to the use of John Marige, alias March, sub-sheriff of Thomas Ridgeway Esq, Sheriff of Devon.
Endorsed Poste fine for Hesses House.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/148  15 January 1461
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 15 Jan. 39 Hen. 6. (1461) between John Ponlegh of Newton Abbot and John Panter, witnessing that John Ponlegh leases to Panter a close in the Borough of Newton Abbot between the land of Sir Hugh Courtenay, Knt, on one side and the land of the heir of Adam Haredon on the other, for 11 (?) years at a rent of 4s. (which has already been paid.
Wits. Robert Moll.
William Beweworthy.
John Saghyer. (? Sawyer)
Dated at Newton aforesaid.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/149  31 January 1466
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture dated last day of Jan. 5. Edw. 4. (1466) between John Pounlegh of Newton Abbot and John Panter and Alice his wife, whereby Pounlegh leases to John and Alice the close leased in No. 148. for their lives at a rent of 12d. to the chief lord of the fee.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/150  27 April 1601

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 27 Apr. 43 Eliz. (1601) between Richard Reynell of Newton Abbott, Mercer, Margery his wife, and John Reynoll their son, on one part and Richard Reynell of London, Esq, on other part, witnessing that Richard Reynoll, Margery and John, have surrendered to Richard Reynell all their right in two thirds of a tenement late in tenure of Robert Crockwill, decd, and in two thirds of 3 closes containing 7a. once in tenure of Robert Bickford, all in Wolborough, and now in the possession of said Richard, Margery, and John Reynoll; on condition that Reynell shall pay the Reynolls £600 in one payment at Feast of Annunciation next.
Part of 3 Seals.
Sealed and delivered 29 Apr. by Richard, Margery, and John Reynoll to John Seyward and Richard Peter to use of Richard Reynell Esq. and seisin given upon one close called Browndon, parcel of said land, Seywqrd and Peter being Attorneys thereto authorized.
Wits. Thomas Berd.
William Wislake.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/151  27 April 1601

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 27.Apr. 43. Eliz. (1601) between James Brice of Newton Abbott in Parish of Wolborough, Glover, Johana his wife, Thomas Brice and Nicholas Brice their sons, on one part, and Richard Reynell of London Esq, witnessing that the Brices have surrendered to Reynell all their title in two thirds messuage or tenement, garden and two herb gardens in Wolborough in the West end of the Town of Newton Abbott, now in the tenure of the Brices, on condition that Reynell shall pay them 100 Marks in one whole payment at Feast of Annunciation next.
4 Seals.
Delivered, and c, to Josias Reynell, Esq,
John Seyward.
Richard Peter.
To use of Richard Reynell and seisin to them given in dwellinghouse of the tenement, the said Josias, John and Richard Peter, being Attorneys thereunto authorized.
Wit. Thomas Berd.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/152  n.d

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Surrender by Christopher Colcott of Newton Abbott, Yeoman, to Richard Reynell of London, Esq, of all his right in a third part, late the part of Thomas Marshall, Gent, and Elizabeth, his wife, decd, of two closes called Hokeland Parks and a meadow called Strayer Meadowe in Parish of Wolborough and now in tenure of said Christopher, on condition that Reynell pays him £100. at one payment at Feast of Annunciation next.
Seal wrapped in a leaf.
Delivered, and c, to Josias Reynell, Esq,
John Seyward.
Richard Peter.
To use of Richard Reynell and seisin given upon a meadow called Strayer.
Wits. Tho: Reynell.
Richard Cabell.
John Webber.
Nicholas Bryce.
Thomas Berd.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/153  27 April 1601

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 27. Apr. 43. Eliz. (1601) between George Lewis of Newton Abbot, Weaver, Laurence Loiver of same, Cordiner, and Marie, his wife, Thomas Lewis of Newton Abbott and Margery, his wife, on one part and Richard Reynell of London, Esq, whereby Lewis and the others surrender to Reynell their estate in two thirds of those grounds parcel of Wolboroughe wode late in tenure of John Selman in Parish of Wolboroughe and now in their tenure; provided that Reynell pays them £100. in one payment at Annunciation next.
4 Seals.
Delivered to Attorneys as in D1508M/Moger/152 on one close adjoining to Wodestyle.
Wits. Thos. Berd.
William Wislake.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/154  21 October 1601

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Surrender by Robert Thorning of Maynebowe in Highweke, Yeoman, to Richard Reynell of London, Esq, of all his estate in two thirds of an orchard and garden called Rowse garden and a little herb garden adjoining in Newton Abbott in Parish of Wolboroughe now in occupation of said Robert on condition that Richard pays £40. at Feast of Annunciation next.
Dated 21. Oct. 43. Eliz. (1601)
Seal.
Delivered to John Seyward and Richard Peter, Attorneys of Richard Reynell.
Wits. Richarde Shere. Cleric.
Thomas Dyer.
John Inglis. ?
John Webber.
Signature of John Seyward and Ric. Peeter.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/155  Easter 1595

Contents:
BARNSTAPLE.
Right hand indenture of a fine dated East. 37. Eliz. (1595) whereby Lewis Darte, Gent, and Elizabeth, his wife, convey to Thomas Stephens, Gent, and William Roscarrocke, Gent, three messuages, three gardens and ½ acre of meadow in Barnestable.
Quit claim by Lewis and Elizabeth and heirs of Lewis to Thomas and William and heirs of Thomas.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/156  14 July 1432
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Charter of John Fogham and John Trystram granting to John Rous of Nywaton Abbatis and Denise, his wife, their tenement in Nywaton Abbatis which they lately had by gift of said Denise by a charter of fee simple, which tenement is between the tenement of Thomasia Turfyn on the South and West and the tenement of John Belleworthy, junior, on the East and the highway on the North; to hold to John and Denise and their issue with remainder in default to said John Rous and his issue with remainder in default to the right heirs of Denise.
Dated at Nywaton Abbatis, Monday next after Feast of Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 10. Hen. 6. (1431)
Wits. John Hollecombe.
John Lusseher.
John Belleworthy, senior.
William Rede.
Richard Dybbe.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/157  20 January 1368
Language:  Latin

Contents:
?EXMINSTER; POWDERHAM.
Indenture made between John de Cheverston, Knt, on one part and John de Ferers, Knt, John Daumarle, Knt, and Richard de Greynevyle on other, witnessing that John de Ferers, John Daumarle and Richard grant to Cheverston, all their land and tenements, and c, in Sottisforde, Ekiswill and Chaldeswill and Parislond in Poudram and Exem (probably Exminster), to hold to John de Cheverston and his issue by Thomasie, late his wife, with remainder in default to Joanina, daughter of the Earl of Devon, now wife of said John de Cheverston, and their issue, with remainder in default to Hugh de Courtenay Earl of Devon and Margaret, his wife, and Master William de Courtenay, Cleric.
Wits. William Botreaux,
John Welyngton,
John Dyneham,
Richard de Merton,
Theobald de Greynevyle,
Thomas Chambernoun,
Adam Cole, all Knights.
Dated at Exem, 20. Jan. 41. Edward 3. (1368)
3 Seals. (heraldic) Good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/158  22 July 1353
Language:  Latin

Contents:
LISKEARD (Cornwall.)
Charter of Richard de Benalva granting to Thomas Colt his heirs and assigns a plot of land in the free Borough of Liskyret between the tenement of Robert de Moreshefd on both sides, to hold of the Chief Lord of the Borough.
Wits. William Michel, their Mayor.
Simon Kempa, Reeve.
John Stouton, Reeve.
William Dobyn.
William Lowys.
Dated at Liskyret, Monday in Feast of St. Mary
Magdelene, 27. Edw. III. (1353).

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/159  11 July 1432
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of John Rous of Nywaton Abbatis, granting to John Fogham and John Trystram his tenement in Nywaton aforesaid with reversion of dower, adjacent to said tenement when it happens, which tenement lies between the land of William Werthe on the West, the land of William Werthe, bastard, on the East, the Lord's wood on the South, and the highway on the North.
Wits. John Hollecombe.
John Lusscher.
John Belleworthy, Senr.
William Rede.
Richard Dybbe.
Dated, Nywaton Abbatis, Friday next after Feast of Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr., 10. Hen. 6. (1431).
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/160  1 August 1580
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Release by John Hayman, Junior, of Newton Busshell, Tanner, to Richard Hayman of Newton Abbot, Tanner, of all his claim in two closes of land containing 12a. called Clase Park, alias, Clark's Park, in Ilsington, between the land of John Noseworthie on the West, the highway leading from Newton Busshell to Aisshburton on the South, the land of Thomas Stiddston on the East and the land of Hugh Pomeroy on the North, which closes are now in tenure of William Bynmore, Mathea his wife, and Richard their son.
Dated, 1. Aug. 22. Eliz. (1580).
Wits. Mathewe Sandiland.
Raphe Martyn.
Thomas Jacobbe.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/161  20 September 1568
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Elizabeth Adams of Newton Abbott, Widow, to John Rawley of forde, Esq, of a burgage or tenement, land rent, and c, in Borough of Newton Abbott.
Attorneys. John Hayman.
Peter Ball.
Dated, 20. Sept. 10. Eliz. (1568).
Wits. Hughe Snedall, Gent.
John Hewes, Clarke.
John Hayman.
Mathewe Sandeland.
Adam ? Bonevylle.
Livery made 13. Oct. in presence of
James Knyght.
John Graynfyll.
Mathewe Sandeland.
Petter Ball.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/162  12 February 1575
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Grant by Andrew Nicholl of Fyfeett, Co. Somers. Vitler, and Eleanor his wife, to Philip Stydston of Newton Abbott and Joanna his wife, of two closes of land and one garden in Borough of Newton Abbott of which one is between the land of the Queen on the East, West and North, and highway leading from Village of Newton Abbott towards Keyberry Bridge on the South, and is now in occupation of said Philip and Johanna and Gregory Bole, son of said Johanna, and the other close is between the land of the Queen on the East and said highway on the West, the land of the heir of Hilley on the North and the land of Thomas Collcot on the South and is in tenure of Thomas Babb, and the Garden is between the land of John Roo, Gent, on the East, the highway leading from Leyman Bridge to Keyberry Bridge on the West, the land of heir of Holbeame on the North and the land of heir of the Earl of Oxon on the South, and is now in tenure of John Melberry.
Attorneys. Henry Johans. Cleric.
William Collyn.
Dated. 12. Feb. 17. Eliz. (1575)
Wits. John Penycott.
John Teyngcombe.
Richard Tulyng.
John Stoneman.
Seisin given 24. Feb. in presence of
John Wynditt.
Nicholas Hocken.
John Crosse.
William Oke.
Seal and fragment.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/163  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by William le Archer of Chaggeford of all his land in Canebyry in Manor of Wlleburg to Brother Richard Abbot of Thorr and the Convent, which land said William had by gift of John Gurille, as his charter testifies; in exchange the Abbot and Convent have given said William all the land which they had in Lottychesalre, as their charter testifies.
Wits. Jordan de Haccumb, Knt.
Ralph de la Doune, Knt.
Robert Coffyn.
William de Syrencestre.
Eustace le Barum.
Richard de Alre.
William de Cumpton.
Undated.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/164  4 July 1543
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Deed of Richard Andrewes of Hayles, Co. Gloucester, Esq, and Nicholas Temple, reciting that Hen. 8. by Letters Patent dated 4. July, 35. Hen. 8. (1543) granted to Richard and Nicholas a messuage and tenement late in tenure of Thomas Gaverok and after of John Gaverok another messuage and tenement now in tenure of said John Gaverok and others in tenure of Nicholas Huchyn, Richard Mylward, John Ilberd, Gervaise Ilberd, all in Forde in Parish of Wolburroughe, late belonging to the Monastery of Torre, now dissolved, with all liberties and franchises lately enjoyed by the Monastery in the said tenements and witnessing that with the King's licence Richard and Nicholas now sell the premises to said John Gaverok.
Attorneys. Barnard Golde. Gent.
Thomas Colcott.
Dated 6. July. 35. Hen. 8. (1543)
2. Seals.
Wits. George Rolle.
John Talcarn.
William Harvy, Cleric.
John Wychehalse.
Humphrey Watkyns.
John Seyer.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/165  4 October 1558
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Sale by John Haydon of Ottery St. Mary, Esq, to John Peryman of Chaggeford, Yeoman, of 16s. 2d. rent from tenants in Teyngcombe in Manor of Chaggeford, viz, from Christopher Aynell 3s. 4d. Richard Loskye 16d. Edward Serell 2s. 8d. John Will of Teyngmouth 3s. 4d. William Stonyng 15d. John Peryman 15d. and the heirs of Thomas Wolcott 3s. and the homage and other services of each of them.
Dated 4. Oct. 5 and 6. Philip and Mary. (1558)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/166  8 May 1550
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of Johanna Clerke, Widow, in her widowhood to Henry Heyes in £10. dated 8. May. 4. Edw. 6. (1550).
Condition that Henry shall peaceably hold the close called Foxewell in Borough of Newton Busshell according to the form of a deed of above date made by Johanna to Henry, without vexation by Johanna.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/167  Michaelmas 1571
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Left hand indenture of fine dated Mich. 13. Eliz. (1570-1) whereby John Rowe, Senior, of Kyngeston, Esq, and John Rowe, Gent, son and heir apparent of John Rowe, Senior, convey to Aslete Hayes, Widow, and Nicholas Hayes, one messuage, garden, orchard, and three acres of land in Borough of Newton [...] Abbot
Quit claim to Asleta and Nicholas and heirs of Asleta.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/168  26 January 1588
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of Nicholas Heys of Newton Abbott, Dyer, to Nicholas Martyn, Citizen and Merchant, of Exeter, in £40. dated 26. Jan. 30. Eliz. (1558).
Condition that Heys shall allow Martyn to enjoy possession of an acre of land in Borough of Newton Busshell called Foxewill, between the land of George Forde, Esq, on the West, the land of heirs of Otes Gilberde, Esq, decd, on the East, and the land of John Furselande on the North and the land of Thomas Floyer, Esq, on the South, according to a deed of feoffment made between them on above date.
Wits. Leonard Martyn.
John Langaller.
Richard Colliscott.
William Channon.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/169  Michaelmas 1589

Injured by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOTT.
Final Concord dated Mich. 31. Eliz. (1588-9) whereby Nicholas Hayse and Isabella, his wife, convey to Nicholas Marten one messuage, one garden, one orchard and 2 acres of land in Newton Abbott.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/170  16 June 1601
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Manor of Shapley Hellion, NORTH BOVEY
Copy court roll of Manor of Shapelegh Hillion dated 16. June. 43. Eliz. (1601) recording that Oliver Nosworthie, son of John Nosworthie, took of Robert Stafford, Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of a tenement called Shapelegh in said Manor which John Nosworthie holds for life.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/171  5 October 1349
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Cicilia, daughter and heir of Walter Smith of Nyweton Abbats, in her virginity, granting to Ralph Rous her tenement and land in Nyweton Busshel and Nyweton Abbats.
Wits. Gervase Tyre ?. Bailiff of Nyweton Busshel.
Walter Holebeme.
William Colyn.
John Vaysere.
Alexander ? Frenche.
Dated at Nyweton Busshel, Monday after Michaelmas, 23. Edw. 3. (1349)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/172  1349
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Cicilia, daughter of Walter le Smith, granting to Ralph Rous all her lands and tenements in Nyweton Abbats and Nyweton Busshel with the reversion of the tenement which Agatha, widow of Benedict Huda holds for life, and the reversion of the tenement which Thomasia, widow of John le Baker, holds for life.
Wits. Richard le Forestere, Junior.
Roger le Bikeforde.
Walter de Holebeme.
Richard Deghere.
John Vaysere.
Dated, Nyweton Abbats, Sunday next after Feast of St. Gervase the Bishop, 23. Edw. 3. (1349)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/173  30 September 1433
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of John Molton confirming to Henry Wille, 16s. 2d. rent from divers of his tenants in Manor of Chagaford, viz., from John Parker 2s., from the heirs of John Nywcomene 2s., from William Wille 4s., from John Aynell 3s. 8d., from John Hilman 2s. 8d., from John Teynoombe 16s., and from the heirs of John Nywcomene 6d., to hold with homage, fealty, wards, marriages, and c, provided that if John shall pay Henry 20 marks at Southhull, the rent shall return to John.
Wits. John Prous.
Thomas Wydecombe.
John Teyngcombe.
John Dunnyng.
John Hilman.
Dated at Chagaford, last day of Sept. 12. Hen. 6. (1433)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/174a) + b)  Michaelmas 1699
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Left and Right hand indentures of fine dated Mich. 11. Will. III. (1699) whereby William Taverner and Jabe Taverner, widow, convey to John Langdon, Gent, a third part of 2 messuages, 3 gardens, 10a. of land, and c, in Middlecott and Chagford Towne, and common pasture for all animals in Meldon, Nottadon, Padely and Chagford.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/175  Easter 1696

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Final Concord dated East. 8. Will. III. (1696) whereby Gilbert Oldreeve and Honora his wife, and John Downing and Honore his wife, convey to John Langdon, Gent, 2 messuages, 3 gardens, 10a. of land, and c, in Middlecott, and Chagford, and common pasture in Meldon, Nottadon and Padely.
Quit claim by Gilbert, Honora, John and Honora, and heirs of Honora and Honora.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/176a) + b)  Easter 1629
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Left and Right hand indentures of fine dated East. 5. Chas. I. (1629-30) whereby John Vallance and Thomasina his wife, and William Vallance, son and heir apparent of John, convey to Henry Trend and John Noseworthie a messuage, 2 gardens, 35a. of land, and c, in Middlecott and Chagford.
2 Copies.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/177  Easter 1677
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Final Concord dated East. 29. Chas. II. (1677) whereby Francis Wreaford and Lidia his wife, convey to John Langdon, Gent, a ninth part of 2 messuages, 16a. of land, and c, in Middlecott, Chagford Towne and Chagford, and common pasture in Meldon, Nottadon and Padely in Chagford.
2 Copies.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/178  26 January 1543
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Bond of Thomas Yoldon of Middlecote, Co. Devon, to Richard Elis of Grenewill in same Co. in £60. dated 26. Jan. 34. Hen. 8. (1543)
Condition that Johan Yoldon, widow, mother of Thomas and said Thomas, shall keep the arbitrament and judgment of Sir Thomas Denys, Knt, and William Roope, Gent, arbitrators between said parties, concerning the title to all messuages and land in Brodeweke Woode and Middlecote in the Manor of Southteyng in Parish of Chagford, which are now in the possession of Johan and Thomas, as now be in variance between said parties and concerning deeds and charters concerning the premises.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/179  2 February -

Deed much decayed.

Contents:
CHAGFORD
Indenture made 2. Feb..... Henry. (8 ?) between Richard Elys of Grenewell and John Yolden, the elder, whereby Elys grants to Yolden.... tenements in Middlecot in Manor of Sowthtyng, to hold for 12 years at a rent of 5s. 3d.
Wits. William Yolden.
Steven Falell.
Robert Wystecote.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/180  21 June 1534

Document cut for cancellation.

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Indenture made 21. June. 26. Hen. 6. (1534) between John Gentyll and William Myller, witnessing that it is agreed between them that whereas the said John Gentyll for 1000.1bs. of good tin after the rate of 120. li. for every hundred thereof merchantable 'cuyned' to him delivered by said William had by his deed dated 20. June last granted to William all his messuage, land, and c, in Gaverok and elsewhere in Parish of Ilstyngton; William agrees that if John pays to William 200.1bs. of good tin merchantable 'cuyned' every hundred thereof weighing 6 score pounds of tinweight at Ayssheberton within four days after the Feast of Exaltation of Holy Cross next and within four days next after Feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle then next following at Ayesheberton, 200.1bs. of good and lawful tin 'cuyned' and weighing in tin weight in form aforesaid and after that 200.1bs. half-yearly till 1000.1bs. is paid, then Myller shall be seised of the premises to the use of John who may not sell or lease the premises to anyone but William. If John fails in payments, William shall have the land.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/181  29 April 1601

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Indenture made 29. Apr. 43. Eliz. (1601) between Robart Bennett of Bovy Tracye, Tailor, and Marion, his wife, and Richard Reynell of London, Esq, witnessing that Robert and Marion have surrendered to Richard all their estate in interest in two thirds of a messuage and tenement called Gaverocke in Parish of Ilsyngton, now in tenure of Robert and Marion, provided Richard pays £500. in one payment at the dwellinghouse of Robert at Bovy Tracye on Feast of Annunciation next.
Sealed and delivered to Josias Reynell, Esq, John Seyward and Richard Peter, to use of Richard Reynell and seisin to them given in the mansion house of the tenement, all which was done the day and year within written, after the execution of two principal deeds of Feoffment, the first made by Robert Dillon, Esq, and the second by said Robert, Sir William Courtenay the elder, Knt, John Drewe, Esq, and others in the presence of
Thomas Berd.
Nicholas Byrd. ?.
John Webber.
Tho. Reynell.
Fragments of two Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/182  24 July 1542

Two holes in this document
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Charter of John Gentyll of Ilsyngton, granting to John Gaverock of Newton Abbott, all his messuages, land and tenements, and c, in Gaverock in Parish of Ilsyngton, with common pasture in le Hethfyld in Ilsyngton.
Attorneys. Thomas ........
Andrew Reche.
John Stowell.
Dated. 24. July. 34. Hen. 8. (1542)
Wits. Richard Yerd.
John Drew.
William Knapman.
Andrew Reche.
William Mannyng.
John Stowell.
Possession taken in presence of
Nicholas Huchyn.
Michell Martyn, of Tottnys.
John Goby.
John Seveger.
John Sevy.
John Warryn.
Nicholas Gaverock.
Robert Weger.
John Maye.
John Seveger, the younger.
Heraldic Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/183  Michaelmas
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Final Concord dated Mich. 34. Henry 8. (1542) whereby John Gentill and Katherine, his wife, conveys to John Gaverock, one messuage, one garden, 30a. of land, 4a. of aldergrove, and c, in Ilsyngton, and common pasture for all animals in Ilsyngton.
Quit claim by John and Katherine and heirs of John.
2 Copies. (left and right hand)
Consideration £40.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/184  20 July 1542
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Charter of John Gentyll of Ilsyngton, granting to John Gaverock of Newton Abbott, a close of land in Gaverock in Parish of Ilsyngton, between the garden and meadow of said John Gaverock on the East and South and land and tenement of said John John Gentyll on the West and North.
Attorneys. Thomas Colcott.
Andrew Reche.
John Stowell.
Wits. Richard Yerd.
Stephen Whyte, Rector.
William Knapman.
Richard Grebbell.
John Stowell.
Dated 20. July. 34. Hen. 8. (1542)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/185  24 November 1316
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOTT.
Charter of Johanna, daughter of Richard Latere in her virginity, granting to Robert Gotham an acre of land which she had by inheritance from Richard Latere her father in the Manor of Teyngwyk, between the land of William Casse on the East and the land which belonged to John Powa on the West; to have and to hold to said Robert his heirs or assigns "of my body issuing" for ever, of the chief lords of the fee, "and if it happen that I the said Johanna die without issue I will grant by me and my heirs or assigns that said Robert his heirs or assigns shall hold the said acre without any condition".
Wits. William David.
Osbert, the smith, then reeve.
John, the dyer, Junior.
William Bissop.
William, the miller.
Dated at Nyweton Bussel, Wednes. in Morrow of St. Clement the Pope and Martyr, 10. Edw. II. (1316-17)
Seal wrapped in linen.

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Contents:
CLAYHANGER
Charter of William Briwerre, son of William Briwerre, granting to Henry de Ferendune for his homage and service, the Manor of Duningstun which William de Bruwerra and Angalasia, his wife, released to me or the next heir (?) and quit claimed for ever, for 50 marks which I gave them; to hold of grantor at a rent of gilt spurs or 6d.
Clause of Warranty, "and if it shall happen that I cannot warrant, I will give in exchange of my lands elsewhere to the value".
Wits. Robert de Curtenay.
Reginald de Curtenay.
Rich. Flandr(ensis)
Roger, Abbot of Torr.
Herbert de Pinu.
Richard, son of Walter.
John de Culum.
Marin, son of Joel.
Robert de Chilton.
Ralph, son of Robert.
Gerard de Spineto.
John, son of Helias.
Walter Pohis. (?)
Nicholas de Ferendun.
Undated.
Seal. (mermaid)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/187  1244 - 1247
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRADWORTHY; BUCKLAND BRENER; DARTMOUTH; SHEBBEAR.
Inspeximus by Roger, the Dean and the Chapter of Exeter, of Letters of William, Bishop of Exeter, to following effect:-
1. Ordaining, with consent of Abbot and Convent of Thorr. of a perpetual vicarage in the Church of Braworthy, i.e., the Vicar to have all altarages, except tithes, and 10 'Karratas' of hay yearly by the hands of the Abbot and Convent, and two houses in the Churchyard with a croft which extends to the East of the road toward the land of La Laye and reasonable legacies left by Will to him. The Vicar shall be held to acquit the Church of Synodals and customs of the Archdeacon and shall serve the Church with one soto.
2. Ordaining, with consent of Abbot and Convent of Thorr, a perpetual vicarage in Church of Schefftbear, i.e., the Vicar to receive all altarages, except tithes, saving 2½ marks to the Abbot and Convent from altarages, and all land lying to the South of the Church which belongs to the Church and reasonable legacies left to the Vicar, and the Vicar shall be held to acquit the Church of synodals and Archdiaconal dues and shall serve the Church with one soto.
3. Ordaining, with consent of Abbot and Convent of Thorr, a perpetual vicarage in the Church of Bocland, viz, that the Vicar shall receive all altarages, except tithes, and two houses on the East side of the spring which is near the meadow belonging to the Vicarage and 12a. of the land of the Sanctuary which lies to the North of the Church and half the tithes of sheaves of the Sanctuary which said Abbot and Convent cultivate and reasonable legacies and he shall be held to acquit the Church of synodals and dues of Archdeacon and he shall serve the Church with one soto.
4. Ordaining, with consent of Abbot and Convent of Thorr, a perpetual vicarage in the Church of Tunsteall, viz. the Vicar shall receive yearly in said Church at the hand of Proctor of Abbot and Convent 7 marks as his vicarage, payable quarterly, and reasonable legacies, and he shall be held to acquit the Church of synodals and dues to Archdeacon.
Dated at Cryditon, 5th Ide of June, 20 year of Consecration.
Wits. The Lord Dean of Exeter.
B. Archdeacon of Exon.
The Archdeacon of Tofton.
C. Chancellor of Exon.
Martin Prodom.
[...] Ad. the Canon.
Henry, Chaplain of the Bishop.
Seal. good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/188  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BUCKLAND BREWER
Charter of Robert Mile granting to Henry, the Clerk, for his homage and service, half a ferling of land in Mileford, which Henry le Hotham held, to hold in free socage of grantor and his heirs and a rent of 2s. for all services, save royal services, belonging to half a ferling in Mileford.
If Henry is amerced for any fault, he shall be quit for half a sextar of wine.
Wits. Jordan de Alwington, Chaplain.
Henry de Werre.
Hamelin Herward.
Thomas de Were.
Roger Hurnewer.
Roger de Putteford.
Thomas de Hort.
Undated.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/189  2 October 1481
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Charter of Richard Gaverocke, granting to Thomas Style and William Style, all his messuages, land and tenements in Parish of Ilstyngton.
Attorneys. John Canne.
Henry Jule.
Wits. John Drake, Cleric.
William Smyth.
William Stancombe.
Dated 2. Oct. 3. Hen. 7. (1487)
Seal. (initial)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/190  4 April 1520

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Lease by Thomas Gaverocke of Newton Abbott, Draper, to Nicholas Gaverocke, Elizabeth his wife and Hugh their son, of all his messuages and tenements in Gaverock in Parish of Ilsyngton, to hold for their lives at a rent of 40s.
Covenants.
Attorneys. Henry Scose.
John Sowden.
Wits. Hugh Bruse, Cleric.
John Pomeray of Engesdon.
William Smythe.
Dated 4. Apr. 11. Hen. 8. (1520)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/191  26 March 1399
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Grant by John Stapilhille, the elder, (by virtue of a feoffment which John Gaverok made to him in fee of all his lands and tenements in Gaverok) to Geoffrey Gaverok, of half of all his lands and tenements there in Gaverok, to hold to Geoffrey his heirs and assigns for ever.
The other half Stapilhille grants to John Gaverok and Claricia his wife, for their lives, with reversion to Geoffrey, his heirs and assigns for ever.
Wits. John Moritz ?
Richard Holman.
Edward Gentell.
John Hillyng.
Thomas Gernon.
Dated at Gaverok, Wednesday next before Easter, 22. Rich. II. (1399)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/192  20 October 1487

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Grant by Thomas Style and William Style to Richard Gaverocke of all their messuages, land and tenements in Parish of Ilstyngton which they recently had by gift of said Richard; to hold to Richard for life with remainder to Thomas Gaverocke, Henry Gaverocke, Nicholas Gaverocke, John Gaverocke, in tail male successively, with remainder in default to John Lord Dynham, Knt, his heirs and assigns for ever.
Attorneys. John Canne.
Henry Jule.
Wits. John Drake, Cleric.
William Smyth.
William Stancombe.
Dated. 20: Oct. 3. Hen. 7. (1487)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/193  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BAMPTON.
Charter of John de Oxton, for the safety of his soul and souls of Geoffrey Carectarius and Maud his wife and of all his ancestors and successors, granting to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torr and the Canons there serving God, in frank almoign, one burgage in Bamton near the Church of St. Mary of that village which Edmar Sutor held; paying yearly to the Lord of Bamton, 12d.
Wits. John de Grenefeld, then Seneshal of Bamton.
Walter Gerveyse.
Thomas de Blakeford.
John de Hokeford.
Adam de Brigeford.
William de Lega.
Gervaise de Peteton.
Undated.
Tag for seal.
Endorsed. Charter of John de Hokstun of one burgage in Bantun.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/194  10 April 1384
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Charter of Geoffrey Gaverok of Estgaverok in Parish of Ilsyngton, granting to John Stonecombe and Edward Gentyll all his lands and tenements in Estgaverok.
Wits. Thomas Bagtor.
Geoffrey Polyng.
Henry Carpenter.
Dated. 10. Apr. 7. Rich. II. (1384)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/195  9 August 1384
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Charter of John Stonecombe and Edward Gentyll granting to Geoffrey Gaverok all the land mentioned in No. 194. which they had of his gift, to hold to Geoffrey for life with remainder to John Gaverok, son of Geoffrey, Julia and Johanna, daughters of Geoffrey, in fee tail successively, with remainder in default to right heirs of Geoffrey.
Wits. William Beamond.
Richard Smyth.
Henry Hilmer.
Dated. 9. Aug. 8. Rich. II. (1384)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/196  14 January - (? 1294)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HUISH, North or South.
Quitclaim by William, son of Robert de Uppehome, of all his right in 3d. rent which the Abbot and Convent of Torre used to pay to William and his ancestors yearly for lands and tenements in Hywys near la Flode, which lands and tenements a certain William Lancelyn, ancestor of William, gave to the Abbot and Convent in frank almoign by a charter which William has inspected and heard and now ratifies and confirms.
Wits. John Treymeneth.
Richard de Gatepath.
Roger Sumercy.
Richard de Wyteweye.
Alward. Romans.
Dated at Torr, Thursday in Morrow of St. Hilary.
22 Edw. (1294)
Seal. (bird)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/197  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HUISH, North or South.
Charter of William, son and heir of Robert Lancelin, for the safety of his soul and souls of his ancestors and successors, granting to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torre and the Canons there serving God of Premonstratension Order, of all his land of Hiwys for the services belonging to that land.
Wits. Martin de Fishaker.
Robert de Morcell.
Stephen de Haccumbe.
John le Barun.
Richard Trememeth.
Peter de Aubemar.
Robert de Woggewil.
Seal. Good impression with legend WILL LANCELINE.
Endorsed. Charter of Will. Lancelin of land of Hywis.
Heanok.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/198  1234 - (1251)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Charter of Ayllardus, the Chaplain, for safety of his soul, granting to God and the Church of St. Savious of Torr, all his land of la Flode which Richard de la Flod gave him, viz, that half ferling of land in Manor of Hanoke which extends from the ditch (forsato) which is within the willow bed which is in the North side of the (house 7?) of the said Richard to the highway towards the South, which leads to Teynnemue and lies near the land of the Church of Hanoke and extends as far as the highway to Hywis and lies near the land of William de Ferendon as far as the head of la Eslond towards the East and near the meadow of John Essolond ? as far as the willow bed (salicem) nearest the spring towards the North and as far as the corner of the courtyard (curcelli) there where the division is made.
Wits. Walter de Bathon, then Sheriff of Devon. (1234?)
Robert de Morcelles.
Richard Trenninhet.
William de Beldemerse.
Peter de Albomare.
John le Barun.
John de Bidon.
William de Bidon.
John Gurik.
Richard, then Serjeant or servant of Karsewill.
Undated.
Seal with good impression and legend.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/199  [Undated]
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? Hennock
Quitclaim by Nicholas Burdun for safety of his soul and souls of his wife (Margery) and ancestors and successors, to God and Church of Holy Trinity of Thorr and the Canons there serving God, of the suit and all services which Richard de la Flode once did for his land of la Flode in the Grantor's free hundred of Teynghebrigge.
Wits. Sir Geoffrey de la Bruere.
John de Babbecumbe.
William de Gatepath.
Martin de Luidrigge.
Henriot Burdon.
Ivo, son of said Martin.
Richard Gaer.
Undated.
Seal, geraldic. In good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/200  1234 and 1251

Contents:
? HENNOCK.
Copy of 199.
Smaller seal. Similar to that on No. 199.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/201  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TOTNES.
Charter of Lucas de Penill granting to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torr and the Canons serving God there, of 6d. yearly in the village of Totenes, viz, 3d. from Henry de Porta and his heirs and 3d. from William, the Smith, and his heirs.
Wits. Prior and Convent of Totenes,
Richard Flandrensi.
Rob. Punchardon,
Richard Finamore ?.
Roger de Hilesham.
Walter Bolt.
Henry Faber. (the Smith)
Benedict. (the Goldsmith)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/202  n.d

Contents:
HENNOCK
Charter of Walter, the Chaplain perpetual Vicar of Church of [Shebbear], granting for the safety of his soul and souls of his ancestors and successors to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Thorre and the Canons there serving God, in frank almoign, of one ferling of land in the Parish of Hanoc, called Hewysse, which Walter bought of William Lancelin, son and heir of Robert Lancelin; to hold in frank almoign, paying yearly to William de Ferdune or his heirs one pair of white spurs.
No date or witnesses.
Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/203  16 September 1269
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Letter of Walter, Bishop of Exeter, reciting that at the presentation of the Abbot and Convent of Torre, the true patrons of the Church of Hanock, Simon de Penros, Chaplain, has been presented and instituted and the Vicarage has been taxed thus. The Bishop assigns to the Vicar and his successors all altarages and the whole of the Sanctuary free of tithes in recompense for 5 "facorum" (houses) substracted and assigned to the proper use of the Abbot and Convent.
Dated, Aspriton, Monday next after the Feast of the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 1269, and in 12th year of Consecration.
Episcopal Seal. slightly broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/204  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Charter of Ralph de Nova Villa granting to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Thorr and the Canons there serving God, all the land which he holds in la Cleye and any other land there which may accrue to him in future, paying yearly to the Lord of the Fee 2d. at Michaelmas and 1/3rd of a pair of white spurs at Christmas.
Wits. Sir Herbert de Morcell. Knight.
Sir William de Fisacre. Knight.
Roger de Punchardon.
Walter de Alleburn.
John Paz. ?.
Seal with good impression and Legend, Ranulph de Niveton.
No date.
Endorsed. Carte Rad de la Cleye.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/205  13 March (? 1242)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Charter of Richard de Flode, son of Walter de la Flode, for the safety of his soul and souls of his ancestors, granting to God and the Church of Holy Trinity of Thorr and the Canons there serving God, of the Praemonstratensian Order, all his land of la Flode, to hold in frank almoign.
Wits. Robert Hybu.
Martin de Fisacre.
Michael de Spikwich.
Martin de la Torr.
Richard Tremenet.
John de Bebbecumb.
John Barton.
Dated at la Flode, in Morrow of St. Gregory, 26. Hen. (1241-2).
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/206  n.d

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Confirmation by Richard Tremenet to God and the Church of Holy Trinity of Thorre and Canons there serving God, of the gift which Richard de la Flode made to the Church of his land of la Flode.
Wits. Sir Martin de Fissacre. Knight.
Sir Robert de Morcelys. Knight.
John de Babecumbe.
William de Gatepath.
Adam le Knyzt.
Undated.
Seal in good condition. Legend, Ricat de Treminet.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/207  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HUISH, North or South, or HENNOCK.
Charter of William, son and heir of Robert Lancelin, granting to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torre and the Canons there serving God, of the Premonstratensian Order, all his land of Hiwys, to hold in frank almoign for ever.
Wits. Martin de Fishacre.
Robert de Morcell.
Stephen de Haccumbe.
John le Barun.
Richard Tremeneth.
Peter de Aubermarle.
Robert de Woggwil.
No date.
Seal in good condition. Legend, Wille Lancelin.
Endorsed, Heamok.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/208  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Charter of Sir William de Clist, Knight, son of William, son of Girard de Clist, confirming to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torre and the Canons there, of the gift which Philip de Salmovill and Beatrix, grandmother of grantor, and William his father, made to the Church and Canons of Torre, of the Church of Hanoc, to hold in frank almoign.
Wits. Master Roger, then Dean of Exeter.
Sir Thomas, Archdeacon of Totnes.
Master W. his official.
Sir H.Peverel de Hermington.
Warin, son of Johelis.
Stephen de Haccumb.
Girard de Clist.
Undated.
Seal attached with green cord. A Knight on horseback with legend.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/209  30 December 1406
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Richard Skynner of Chuddelegh, Kinsman of John Gotham, to Thomas Gambon, next heir of said John, of all his right in an enclosed acre of land near Schirbournemylles called Milleacre in the Borough of Nywaton Buysshall.
Dated at Nywaton aforesaid, Thursday next after Feast of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8. Hen. 4. (1406).
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/210  28 June 1407
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letter of Attorney of Richard Skynner appointing Richard Pral and Richard Chartray to deliver seisin of one acre of land near the mills of Seyrborne in Borough of Nywaton Bysschel, (which acre descended to him after the death of John Gotham) to Thomas Gambon.
Dated at Nywaton, Tuesday before Feast of Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8. Hen. 4. (1406)
Seal. broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/211  31 May 1408
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by Juliana, relict of Richard Skynner, in her widowhood, to Thomas Gambon, of all her claim to an acre of land in Nywaton Bysschel near the mill of Schyrbornemylle.
Wits. Richard Pral.
Richard Sonder.
Gervase Frynsche.
John Peyrs.
John Ridon.
Dated at Nywaton, last day of May, 9. Hen. 4. (1408)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/212  Michaelmas - 1429
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of John Hollecombe and John Lusscher granting to Thomas Gambon of Nywaton Abbot and their messuages, land, and c, in Nywaton Abbot and Nywaton Busschel which they lately had by gift of said Thomas.
Wits. Richard Bouryng. then Reeve of Village of Nywaton Abbot.
John Belleworthy, the elder.
John Trystram.
Dated at Nywaton Abbot, Michaelmas.8. Hen. 6. (1429)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/213  13 April 1444
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Release by John Hollecombe of Newaton Abbot to Thomas Gambon of same, of all his right in messuages, land, and c, in Newaton Abbot and in Newton Buschel which he had by gift of said Thomas.
Wits. Denis Wytchurche, the Reeve of said Village.
John Belleworthy, the elder.
Thomas Belleworthy.
Dated, Newaton Abbot, Monday next after Easter. 22. Hen. 6. (1444)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/214  10 August 1563
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Release by William Oxenham to John Peryman of all his claim in Manor of Teyncombe and in a messuage and tenement called Yowe, all in Parish of Chagford.
Dated. 10. Aug. 1. Mary (1553)
Wits. Thomas Yollend.
Rich. Loskey.
John Oxenham.
Gregory Loskey.
Part of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/215  30 January 1623
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BUCKLAND IN THE MOOR.
Indenture made at Wolburrough, 30. Jan. 20. Jas. I. witnessing that Avisa Wollcott, one of the daughters and heirs of John Wollcott of Hennocke, Gent, lately deceased, did homage to Richard Reynell of Forde, Co. Devon, Knt, Lord of Manor of Wolborough, for her land called Nuttewell in Parish of Buckland in le More which descended to her on the death of John, her father, and which she holds of said Sir Richard, as of his Manor of Wolborough, by Knight service.
Seals of Avisa and Richard affixed in full Court at Wolborough, 1622.
Delivered to William Stowell, Steward, in presence of
Wm. Stowell.
Tho. Beard.
Peter Ball.
Thomas Bryce. ?.
William Stoneman.
Roger Glanvill.
Seal of Arms. good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/216  25 July 1580
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Sale by John Hayman, the younger, of Newton Busshell, Tanner, to Richard Hayman of Newton Abbott, Tanner, for £24. of two closes of land containing 12a. called Claseparke or Clarkeparke in Parish of Ilsington, between the land of John Noseworthie on the West, the highway leading from Newton Busshell to Aisshburton on the South, the land of Thomas Stiddston on the East, and the land of Hugh Pomeroy, Esq, on the North, which closes are now in tenure of William Bynmore, Mathee his wife, and Richard Bynmore their son.
Attorneys. John Jane.
John Thorninge.
Wits.
Mathewe Sandiland.
Ralphe Martyne.
Thomas Jacobbe.
Dated. 25. July. 22. Eliz. (1580)
Seal. broken. Initials, I.S.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/217  15 November 1611
Language:  Latin

Contents:
N. BOVEY
Copy Court Roll of Manor of Shaplei Hillion dated 15. Nov. 9. Jas. I. (1611) recording that Michaell Comyng, son of John Comyng, took of Thomas Wies, Knt, of the Order of the Bath, and Lady Margery his wife, Lords of the Manor, the reversion of a tenement which John Comyng, the father of said Michaell, now holds for life.
Enrolled by John Blachford, Steward.
Signatures of Tho. and Marge Wyes.
Wits. John Blachford.
George Browne.
Seal. heraldic, broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/218  20 October 1432
Language:  Latin

Contents:
N. BOVEY
Grant by Thomas Stoweforde, Lord of Shaplegh Hilion to Richard Sampson and Christina his wife, of all messuages, land, and c, atte lepa, which said Richard formerly held there at will, to hold together with common pasture in Thomas's waste for so many animals as can be kept in said messuages and land in winter time, to said Richard and Christina for life at a rent of 14s. 4d. and suit at Court of Shaplegh Hilion on reasonable summons.
Covenants.
Wits.
John Prous.
Geoffrey Halle.
Richard Halle.
Dated at Stowforde, Monday next after Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 11. Hen. 6. (1432-3)
As fully as Henry and William, atte lepa, lately held. (Note inserted thus in original)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/219  24 June 1647
Language:  Latin

Contents:
N. BOVEY
Copy Court Roll of Manor of Shapleigh Helions, 24. June. 23 Chas. I. (1647) recording that James Hunt, the younger, son of James Hunt, the elder, took of Francis Buller Esq. Farmer of said Manor, the reversion of a tenement in Wormehill in said Manor, which James Hunt the elder now holds for life.
Enrolled by John Lovers, Steward.
Wits.
Joseph Nicholl.
Thomas Stert.
Enrolled by John (Lovers?)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/220  2 July 1707
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRENT; BUCKFASTLEIGH; DARTINGTON; DARTMOUTH; HARBERTON; KINGSWEAR; STAVERTON.
Exemplification of a recovery dated 2. July, 6. Anne. of Recovery Trin. 6. Anne, whereby John Rowe, senior, Gent, and John Rowe, junior, Gent, recovered against Henry Champernowne, Gent, and William Simon, Gent, the Manors of Dartington and Northford and 46 messuages, 2 water grain mills, dovecote, 213 gardens, 900a. of land, and c, and free fishing in waters of Dart and free warren, view of frankpledge in Dartington, Brooke near Staverton, Rattery, Harberton, Brent, Buckfastleigh, Dartmouth Hardnesse and Kingswere, and advowsons of Church of Dartington.
Vouchee, Arthur Champernowne, Esq, who calls John Cooke, Charles Taylor and Charles Challis Attorneys, Roger Woolocombe Esq, Sheriff of Devon.
Great Seal in box.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/221  8 October 1324
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of John, son and heir of Joel le Taillour, granting to Alan de Ryschynele his house and chamber in Nywetone Bussel between the hall (aulam) which belonged to Joel le Taillour and the water course which leads to the mill of Schirborne which half his close in said village between the tenement of Benedict Ude on the North and said water course on the South, as the bounds between said Alan and Richard de Wara are limited; also one acre in same village between the tenement of Adam Casse on the North and said closes on the South.
Wits.
Nicholas de Tongh.
Robert Burnard.
John Veys,
Adam Cassa.
Roger Sprot.
Dated, Nywetone Bussel, Monday next before Feast of St. Denis, 18. Edw. 2. (1324-5)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/222  6 March 1407
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of John Aleyn, son and heir of Alan de Rixthynele, granting to Thomas Gambon all his messuages, land, and c, in Borough of Nyweton Boyshell.
Wits. William Ferrers.
Walter Reynold.
Robert Scobbehulle
Gilbert Smyth.
John Torner.
Gervase Frensshe.
John Lussher.
John Stonyng.
John Holecombe.
Dated, 6. March. 8. Hen. IV. (1407)
Seal. Anchor.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/223  7 August 1424
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of Thomas Gambon of Nyweton Abbot, Tanner, granting to John Dollebiry, Vicar of Parish Church of Totteneys and William Toker, Chaplain, all his messuages, land, and c, in Nyweton Busshell which he lately had by gift of John Aleyn.
Wits. John Holecombe.
Robert Babbecombe.
Gervase Frensshe.
John Holebeme.
John Rydon.
Dated at Nyweton Busshell, Monday after Feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 2. Hen. 6. (1. Aug. 1424)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/224  7 Sept. 1424
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Gift in feetail of Thomas Gambon of Nyweton granting to John Gambon, his son and heir, and Alice his wife, all his messuages, land, and c, in Nyweton Busshell which he lately had by gift of John Alyn; to hold to John and Alice and their issue with reversion in default to grantor and his heirs.
Wits. Richard Yerd.
John Lussher.
Robert Babbecombe.
Gervase Frenssh.
John Rydon.
Dated at Nyweton, 7. Sept. 3. Hen. 6. (1424)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/225  Hilary 1593

Contents:
BUCKLAND IN THE MOOR; ILSINGTON; KENN; MOLTON, South, NEWTON ABBOT.
Left hand of indenture of fine dated Hil. 35. Eliz. (1593) whereby John Drewe Esq, and Susanna his wife, convey to Sir William Courtney, Knt, two messuages, 200a. of land, and c, in Trehill and Kenne, and 1/3rd of Manor of Woulboroughe and 30 messuages, 3 water mills, 100a. of land, 380a. of meadow, and c, in Woulboroughe, Forde, Manbowe, Hillwicke, alias Hilwicke, Gaveryck, Ilsington Southe Molton, Newton Abbott and Buckland, and free fishing in the water of Tynge.
Quit claim by John and Susanna and heirs of John.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/226  n.d
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HIGHWEEK
Charter of Geoffrey Giffard granting for the safety of the soul of his lord, Lucas, son of John, and for safety of his own soul, to God and the Church of St. Saviours of Torre and the Canons there serving God, of all his land of Mainbog, which said Lucas, son of John, gave him for his homage and service; to hold in frank almoign freely as I hold as my charter from Lucas witnesses and this charter I assign to the Canons.
Wits. John de Ridon.
Bob. Porco.
Robert Guril.
William Blossine.
H. Gentil.
Will. de Dernefeld.
John Guril.
No date.
Tag for seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/227  9 October 1538
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Lease by Simon, Abbot of St. Saviours of Torre, to John Gaverock and Agnes his wife, of the capital messuage, land, and c, in Wolburrough in the abbeys Manor of Wolburrough, which John Cropp now holds at will, and one wood called the West Woode in said Manor, to hold for their lives at a rent for the capital messuage, and c, of 41s., and for the wood 6s. 8d.
Covenants.
Attorneys. Thomas Colcott.
John Wyll.
Dated at Torre, in Chapter House, 8. Oct. 30. Hen. 8. (1538)
Inrolled by Mathew Coltehirste, Auditor.
Possession and seisin given, 20. Oct. 30. Hen. 8. in presence of
Thomas Kyng.
Thomas Goteham.
John Whyt.
John Stowell.
John Rysedon.
William Hylhay.
Conventional Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/228  21 July 1587

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 27. July. 29. Eliz. (1587) between John Rawleigh of Forde, Co. Devon, Esq, and John Langdon of Cornworthie, Yeoman, witnessing that Rawleigh has sold to Langdon a close in Borough of Newton Abbott called Woodstile between the water called Lymmyn on the North and the Queen's highway leading from Newton to Totnes in the South and also a barn in said Borough, in tenure of said John Langdon.
Wits. Tho. Pomery.
Richard Sture ?.
Seal. (blurred)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/229  30 September 1568
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Quitclaim by Elizabeth Adams of Newton Abbott, Widow, to John Ralighe of Forde, Esq, of all her right in burgages or tenements, and c, in Borough of Newton Abbott.
Dated 30. Sept. 10. Eliz. (1568)
Wits. Hughe Svedall, Gent.
Adam Bondefyd. Gent.
John Hewes. Clark.
John Hayman.
Mathewe Sandeland.
Endorsed. Elizabeth Adams releases of Reyels Lond (now in the tenure of Robert Abraham)
Part in brackets in different hand.
Seal. (initials)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/230  8 October 1558
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Quitclaim by John Haydon of Otery St. Mary, Esq, to John Peryman of Chaggeford, Yeoman, of an annual rent of 16s. 2d. from land and tenements of Haydon's free tenants in Teyngcombe and in Manor of Chaggeford and in all his messuages, land, and tenements, in Teyngcombe and Chaggeford.
Dated 8. Oct. 5 and 6. Philip and Mary. (1558)
Tag for Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/231  Easter 1545
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Right hand indenture of a fine dated East. 36. Hen. 8. (1544-5) whereby John Rigewaye Esq, and Elizabeth his wife, convey to John Gaverock Gent, 2 messuages and half of 2 messuages, and c, and 2a. of meadow in Newton Abbott.
Quit claim by John and Elizabeth and heirs of John.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/232  Michaelmas 1633

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Left hand indenture of a fine dated Mich. 9. Chas. I. (1633) whereby John Seller and Lawrence Oliver Junr, and Jane his wife, convey to Robert Ferris 2 messuages, 1a. of meadow and 1a. of pasture, and c, in Newton Abbot and Wolborough.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/233  25 March 1421
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Lease by Thomas Gambon and Johanna his wife, to John Wolvelegh of Nyweton Abbott, Corveser, of a tenement and garden in Nyweton aforesaid, between the tenement of John Cut on the East and tenement of Richard Dibbe on the West, except one toft between the hall and the brewhows, to hold for 20 years at a rent of 14s. 6d.
Wits. Gilbert Smyth.
John Lussher.
John Holecombe.
Dated at Nyweton, 25. March. 9. Hen. 5. (1421)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/234  19 September 1582
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Quitclaim by Richard Hayman of Newton Abbot to John Raleigh of Ford Esq, of all his right in two closes of land called Clase Park, alias Clarks Parke (12a.) in Ilsyngton between the land of John Noseworthy on the West and the highway leading from Newton Bushell to Ayshberton on the South, the land of James Eistchurch on the East and the land of Hugh Pomeroy Esq, on the North, which closes are now in tenure of Wm. Bynmore, Marthee his wife, and Richard their son.
Dated, 19. Sept. 24. Eliz. (1582)
Wits. Henry Gildon.
John Nosworthy.
Nicholas Hayman.
John Lavers.
Seal. (initial W.S.)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/235  19 March 1252
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Confirmation by Reginald de Moun of the gifts made by his grandfather, William Briwere and by William Briwere his son, uncle (avunclus) of Reginald, to God and the Church of Holy Trinity of Thorr and the Canons there serving God, of Premonstratensian Order.
Wits. Sir William de Chaeny, Knight.
Sir Martin de Fissacre, Knight
Sir Hameline de Deudon, Knight
Roger de Cokyneton.
Roger de Punchardon.
Dated at Thorr, Tuesday next after Feast of St. Edward, King and Martyr, 1252.
Seal wrapped in linen. (?. broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/236  7 March 1556
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Lease by Robert Hayman of Newton Abbott, Vitler, to John Maior, of his tenement and garden in Borough of Newton Abbott, between other land of said Robert on the West the land of John Raw Esq, on the North and land of John Gaverock Gent, and Elizabeth Beare, now wife of John Beare on the East and the street on the South, all of which John Maior now occupies, to hold for 50 years at a rent of 8s.
Covenants.
Dated, 7. March, 2 and 3. Philip and Mary, (1556)
Wits. John Selman.
John Pawle.
Henry Gildon.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/237  29 July 1553
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Quitclaim by John Baron (son and heir of Margery Oxenham decd, late relict of Henry Baron decd, and afterwards wife of William Oxenham, and daughter and heir of John Teyngcombe decd,) to John Peryman of Chagford, of all his right in Manor of Teyngcombe and lands and tenements called Yowe and his other lands, and c, in Chagford.
Dated, 29. July, 1553.
Wits. Harre Tuckefeld.
Rycherd Frend, Boucher.
Rycherd Loskye.
Seal. (broken)
Endorsed. The Head deede of Yeo and Tincome.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/238  10 July 1573

Contents:
Bond of Christopher Copleston of Copleston, Co. Devon, Esq, to Robert Hayman of Newton Abbott, Yeoman, in £40. dated 10 July, 15. Eliz. (1573)
Condition that Christopher shall observe the covenants of a pair of indentures made between above parties of above date.
Wits. John Marshall.
Christopher Gribbell.
Heraldic Seal. (blurred)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/239  18 April 1447
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? SALTASH
Quitclaim by Nicholas Wandre to Richard Reke of all his claim in messuages, land, and c, which he lately had together with Richard Reke by gift of Cecilia, Widow of Thomas Martyn of Saltaysh.
Wits. Thomas Budokshide, Esq,
Nicholas Lolle.
John Slogge.
Richard Gustard.
Thomas Hille.
Dated at Saltaysh, 18. Apr. 25. Hen. 6. (1447)
Seal.
(No place mentioned in connection with the above land.)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/240  26 January 1516
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Charter of John Favell of Grenewylle granting to John Favell of Weke, Mason, all his messuages, land and tenements in Grenewyll [in N. Bovey] in Manor of Southteyng.
Attorneys. Willian Yolden.
Richard Seynthill of Wode.
Wits. William Fofest.
John Wolcote of Exon.
John Brickenell.
John a More.
Edward Shire.
Dated 26. Jan. 7. Hen. 8. (1516)
Seal.
Endorsed. Frawels (sic) deed to Fawell of Greenhill in Manor of Southteing. 7. Hen. 8.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/241  12 June 1331

This deed is much damaged.

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY, CHAGFORD
Charter of John de Proutz son and heir of Hugh de P....... granting to Richard de la Lane all his land of Bycleve and his..... at la Mulle, lying between the land of Halle and the land of Wyke and extending from the land of Wor..... to the land of la Hurd and Boghedon, to hold at a rent of ...s. and (doing suit at grantor's Court) of Schapelegh Hylyon at Michaelmas and Hockeday; also on 'dietam' of turbary in grantor's moor of Schapelegh where his other tenants dig there for turf, with a place to put them to dry, and common pasture over all the waste of Schapelegh.
Wits. Walter de Wrey.
Hugh de Podenenne.
John Parlebyn ?.
Thomas Piers.
Rich. ......
Dated at Schapelegh, Wednesday next after Feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 5. Edw. 3. (1331)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/242  Michaelmas 1693

2 Copies
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, North, CHAGFORD and ?
Final Concord dated Mich. 5. William and Mary (1693) whereby Thomas Hyne and Mary his wife convey to John Langdon, Gent, 4 messuages, 80a. of land, and c, in North Bovey, Yoldon, alias Yolden [? in manor Ipplepen, see D1508M/Moger/272] and Weeke. [in Chagford]

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/243  8 April 1611

Contents:
ST. MARY CHURCH.
Bond of John Lorymer of Newton Abbott, Cordwayner, to John Seyward of Combyntinhed, Gent, in 200 Marks.
Dated 8. Apr. 1611.
Condition that Lorymer shall keep the covenants of a deed of bargain and sale of certain lands in St. Mary Church, Co. Devon, between above parties of above date.
Wits. William Kellande of Haccombe.
Thomas Beard.
Tho. Cattyforde ?.
Seal, (broken. Impression of a leaf)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/244 - 272  1378 - c. 1633

Archival history:
From a [...] bram paper bundle marked Deeds relating to Ellacombe, North Bovey

Contents:
Deeds of Ellacombe alias Yelam alias Ellam, alias Ealym, alias Ewlyn in N. Bovey and Chagford parishes and in manor of South Teign alias Hampston Weeke

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/244  6 September 1527

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD
Indenture made 6. Sept. 19. Hen. 8. (1527) between John Whyddon Esq, and Richard Langeber witnessing that John leases to Richard a tenement called Yelam in which William Northway now dwells, except a meadow called Fossemede and a close called Comeparke, to hold for 26 years after the end of the term of said William Northway at a rent of 18s.
Covenants.
If Richard be not at all times forthcoming and redey to sue and take sute to mentayn to the use of said John Whiddon as he shall devise against one John Ebbysworthy for as much as is contained in a paid of indentures made by said John Ebbysworthy to said Richard Langeber of and for the premises and also by action of debt upon the same indentures or if Richard grant said term or any part thereof without licence, it shall be lawful for John Whiddon to
Endorsed. Deed of Ellam alias Ellacomb. [in N. Bovey]
According to Devon Place Names Ellacombe (alias Yelam see D150M/Moger/244) is in N. Bovey
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/245  16 July 1527
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD
Indenture made between John Ebbysworthy and Richard Langebeare witnessing that John has leased to Richard the tenement called Yelam in Manor of Southteyng in Parish of Chagford to hold for 35 years at a rent of 18s.
Covenants.
Wits. John Bobage.
John Langman.
John Dyker.
Richard Colahall.
Dated 16. July. 19. Hen. 8. (1527)
Item. Hyt is agreed that the said Richard Langbeare schall suffer oon William Northway to injoi hys hole term.
Item. Hyt is agreed that yf the within wretyn Richard Langbere dye without wyffe and ynjoi not his terme that then the seid John Ebbysworthy hys heires, executors and assigns schall pay to the seid Richard, his executours and assignes 20s.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/246  19 March 1508
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY, CHAGFORD
Indenture made 19. March. 23. Hen. VII. (1508) between John Ebbysworthy, Senior, of Chaggeforde, and Stephen Trowston, witnessing that John leases to Stephen his tenement in Ealym in Manor of Southteyng, except a close called Comeparke and a meadow called Fossemede, which tenement John Wolcote holds, to hold for 40 years from present date at a rent of 18s.
Covenants.
Wits. William Throwston de Throwston.
William Bennett of Whyddon.
William Potterre de Throwston.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/247  16 July 1527
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD, NORTH BOVEY
Confirmation and Assignation of Richard Langbeare reciting that John Ebbysworthy by his charter dated 16. July. 19. Hen. 8. (1527) leased to Richard his tenement called Yelam in Manor of Southteyng in Parish of Chagford for 35 years and assigning his interest to John Whyddon, Gent.
Dated 4. Sept. 19. Hen. 8. (1527)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/248  27 November 1486
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD, N. BOVEY
Charter of John Ebbysworthy, Senior, of Chagford, granting to Sir William Courtenay, Sir Richard Eggecombe, Knights, Robert Battyshyll, Cleric, John Wolcote of Chagford and John Ebbysworthy, Junior, his son and heir, all his messuages, land, and c, in Manor of Southteyng and elsewhere, Co. Devon, to hold to Sir William and the others and the heirs and assigns of John Ebbysworthy, the son.
Wits. John Potter, then Bailiff of the Manor.
John Westcote, Bocher.
Thomas Throston.
John Wolcote of Mourton, Taylor.
John Comyng.
Dated, Monday next before Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 2. Hen. 7. (1486-7)
Endorsed. Elwyne.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/249  14 August 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, North; CHAGFORD.
Sale by Robert Foxford of North Bovey, Tinner, for £32. to Sir John Whiddon, Knt, of his messuages, tenements, and c, called Elacombe [alias Yelam] in Parishes of North Bovy and Chagford and in Manor of Southtyng, otherwise called Hampston Weke, now in tenure of William Tapp and Katherine his wife, together with charters and records relating to same, saving a lease for their lives made to said William Tapp and Katherine by John Tavener lately thereof seised upon which a rent of 13s. 4d. is reserved.
Attorneys. Gilbert Fowell.
John Hoper.
Wits. Henry Smyth.
Edward Whyddon.
William Cornew.
Francis Whiddon.
Rychird Wek.
Livery and seisin taken in presence of
Francis Whiddon.
William Maior.
John Benett, the elder.
Harry Smyth.
Dated 14. Aug. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/250  12 August 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, NORTH; CHAGFORD.
Sale by John Taverner of Throston for £27. to Robert Foxford of a tenement called Elacombe in Parish of North Bovy and Chagford and in Manor of Southtyng, otherwise Hampston Weeke, now in tenure of William Tapper and Katherine his wife, with all charters and records, saving a lease to William and Katherine for their lives, at a rent of 13s. 4d.
Attorneys. John Hoper.
Gilbert Fowell.
Dated 12. Aug. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Wits. Harry Smyth.
Gilbert Fowowell.
John Lowtton.
Francis Whiddon.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/251  6 March 1528
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD; N. BOVEY
Charter of John Ebbysworthy of Chagford, the younger, son and heir of John Ebbysworthy, the elder, granting (for £10. paid by John Whyddon Esq,) to Sir John Shylston, Knt, John Fulford Esq, John Bobagge Gent, John Newcombe and said John Whyddon Esq, all his messuages, land and tenements, in Ewlym in Manor of Southteyng, which Manor by in Parish of Chagford; to hold to use of said John Whyddon and his heirs for ever, paying a rent for 30 years of 12d. and afterwards 26s. 8d.
Covenants.
Attorneys. John Whyddon of Manaton.
John Smyth, Smyth.
William Potter, Sub-bailiff of said Manor.
Wits. Richard Northcote, Cleric.
John Tavener, Chaplain.
John Smythe.
John Whyddon, the younger.
Dated 6. March, 19. Hen. 8. (1528)
3 Seals and Tag for 4th.
Endorsed. Feoffment of Ellacombe alias Elwyne.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/252  20 May 1484
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD; NORTH BOVEY
Bond of John Yoldon and William Yoldon to Robert Elys in £100. dated 20 May, 1. Rich. III. (1484)
Condition that Robert Elys shall enjoy and hold all messuages, land, and tenements, in Grenewill and Ellecombe, North Bovey, and half of messuages, land and tenements, in Middlecote, Chagford, in Manor of Southteyng, without disturbance by John and William.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/253  20 March 1528
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD; NORTH BOVEY
Quitclaim by John Ebbysworthy the younger, son and heir of John Ebbysworthy the elder, to John Whyddon Esq, of the tenement in Ewlyn in Manor of Southteyng which Whyddon bought of him by charter dated 6. March. 19. Hen. 8.
Wits. Richard Northecott, Cleric.
William Ebsurthe, Son of John Ebsurthe.
John Smith, Smith.
John Gaverock.
Elizabeth Smith.
Dated 20. Mar. 19. Hen. 8. (1528)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/254  22 April 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Quitclaim by John Tavernor of Thrustoun in Parish of Chaggeforde to Robert Foxford of North Bovey, of all his right in a tenement in Parish of North Bovey called Elacomb in Manor of Sowtinge.
Wits. Geo. Foxford.
Richard Hunt.
Aust.... Nosworthi.
Edward Peckham ?. the Writer.
Dated 22. Apr. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/255/1  18 Nov. 1537

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; MORETONHAMPSTEAD.
Release by William Howton to William Hogge and Thomasia his wife, of messuages, land and tenements in Heyhen in Parish of Mortonhampstede and Elecombe in Parish of North Bovie and a tenement in the Borough of Mortonhampstide, which he has sold to them by a charter of feoffment dated 15. Nov. 29. Hen. 8. (1537)
Dated 18 Nov. 29. Hen. 8. (1537)
Compared with original by us:-
Francis Whyddon.
Laurens Whyddon.
John Stoneman.
John Northcott.
William Smyth.
James Clyff.
Teste. John Prouz. Senr.
Robert Treipe, the Writer.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/255/2  10 Nov. 1537

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; MORETONHAMPSTEAD
Charter of William Howton, granting to William Gose and Margarie his wife, daughter of grantor, an annual rent of 20s. from his tenements called Heyhen and Elecomb; to hold to them and their issue, after the death of William Howton.
Dated 10. Nov. 29. Hen. 8. (1537)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/255/3  2 Feb. 1555

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; MORETONHAMPSTEAD
Bond of John Gose of Morton to John Newecombe of Eston in £60. dated 2. Feb. 1 and 2 Philip and Mary (1555)
Condition that Gose shall observe the covenants of a pair of indentures dated 1. Feb. 1555. between said John Grose (sic) (The "r" is crossed out in other places) and John Newcombe.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/256  20 April 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Grant by John Tavernor of Thrustonn in Chaggford for £27. to Robert Foxford of North Bovye of a messuage or tenement in North Bovye in Manor of Sowtinge called Elacomb now in tenure of William Tapper and Cateren his wife.
Attorneys. Thomas Hodge. Bailiff of said Manor.
Augustine Nosworthe of Chaggford. Husbandman.
Dated 20. Apr. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Wits. George Foxford.
Richard ?. Hunt.
Austen Nosworthi.
Edward Peckham, the writer.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/257  19 November 1592
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Quitclaim by William Tapper of Ellecombe in North Bovy, husbandman, for £6. 6. 8. to Edward Whyddon Esq, of all his claim in a messuage and tenement called Ellecombe in Parish of North Bovye.
Dated 19. Nov. 35. Eliz. (1592)
Wits. John Stoneman.
Wyllyam Weks.
Andrewe Pethybrydge.
John Bodye.
Austyn Potter.
Seal (covered with paper)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/258  [c1633]
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Exemplification (by Philip Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Chamberlain of King's Household, Warden of the Stannary and Chief Steward of Duchy of Cornwall in Co. Devon, Knight of Order of Garter and Privy Councillor, John Vaghan, Gent, Steward of the Court of King Charles of his Manor of Southtinge or Hampston Weeke near Southtinge and Robert Chaffe, Bailiff of the King of said Manor and Thomas Hill, John Endacott, John Cornish, John Vallence, Richard Trend, Oliver Cliffe, Richard Wannell, John Bennett, Gregory Loskey and Thomas Noseworthy, Suitors of said Court and Manor) of a plea inrolled at Southtinge at Court held 24. Sept. 9. Chas, L. (1633) recording that Robert Ellis brought a writ of right dated 16. July. 9. Chas. I. directed to the Bailiff against John Ellis, ordering him to do right to Robert Ellis as to 4 messuages, 70a. of land, and, in Woode, Elam Meadowe, alias Longmeadow, Ellacombe Parke Meadowe, Grenewelle Broadweeke, Weeke, Downe Weeke, Brockes Hampston near Southtinge, North Bovy and Chagford, of which John Ellis deforced him.
In the Manor Court Robert says that Sir John Whiddon disseised him and John Ellis calls Sir John to Warranty and Robert Ellis recovers.
Henry Hooper. Sub-Bailiff of Manor.
8 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/259  29 October 1576
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Grant by William Hodge of Mortonhampstede, Yeoman, for £26. to Edward Whiddon Esq, of messuages and tenements in Elacombe, alias Ellecombe, in the Parish of North Bovy and Chagford in Manor of Southtyng, alias Hampston Weke, alias Southtynge, now in tenure of William Tapper or his assigns and tenements in Parish of North Bovie and all records and charters relating to the same.
Attorneys. John Newcombe, the elder.
Thomas Yoldon.
Wits. John Hext, alias Babb.
John Northcott.
William Smyth.
John Nosworthy.
John Hole.
Dated 29. Oct. 1576. 18. Eliz. (1576)
Tag for Seal.
Wits. to attornment of William Tapper, 30. Oct. 18.
Eliz.
Thomas Yolden.
George Bennett.
Richard Stonnyng.
John Northcott.
Possession and seisin 21. Jan. 1577, 19. Eliz. in presence of
Laurence Whyddon.
William Smythe.
Thomas Chafer ?.
John Northcott.
Robert Treipe.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/260  16 August 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Quitclaim by Robert Foxforde of North Bovy, Tinner, to Sir John Whiddon, Knight, of all his right in Elacombe in Parish of North Bovy and Chagford and in the Manor of Southtyng, alias Hampston Weeke, in tenure of William Tapper and Katherine his wife.
Dated 16. Aug. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Wits. Henry Smyth.
Edward Whiddon.
William Cornew.
Francis Whiddon.
Richard Weks.
Seal. (initials)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/261  1 April 1577
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Quitclaim by William Smythe, Blacksmith, to Edward Whyddon of Chagford Esq, of all his right in tenement in Ellecombe, alias Ellacombe, North Bovy and Chagford, which said William lately recovered against said Edward in the Queen's Court by a writ of right directed to Bailiff of Manor at Southtyng, alias Hampston Weke, alias Bysouthtynge.
Dated 1. Apr. 19. Eliz. (1577)
Wit. Richard Harragrow.
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/262  19 December 1572
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD; MORE TONHAMPSTEAD
Grant by William Hodge of Morton Hampsted, Yeoman, to Sir John Fulford, Knight, John Southemede, John Holcombe, William Southemede, Gent, and John Sawdye, of his tenement called Higher Hayne-Elacombe in Parishes of Morton Hampstede and North Bovy and tenement in Borough of Morton Hampstede; to hold to the use of William Hodge for life and after to the issue of his body with remainder in default to his brothers John Hodge, Richard Hodge, Barnaby Hodge, in tail male successively and to right heirs of William.
Attorneys. John Thomas.
Thomas Noseworthy.
Wits. Barnard Southmede.
Christopher ?. Preste.
Elizabeth Brimelcomb ?.
Dated 19. Dec. 15. Eliz. (1572)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/263  16 May 1540

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Writing of John Tavener of Throwstyn reciting that John Taverner deceased, late of Throwstyn his grandfather, leased to William Horseham and Elizabeth his wife and Alice Horseham, now deceased, messuages and tenements in Elacombe in Manor of Southeteng for 61 years by a deed dated Feast of Apostles Simon and Jude 20. Hen. 7. (1528-9) and witnessing that John now leases to William Tapper and Catherine his wife the reversion of said tenements in Elacombe after term of William Horseham and Elizabeth his wife; to hold for their lives at a rent of 13s. 4d.
Covenants.
Wits. John Hunt.
John Tapper.
Peter Bray.
John Lightfote.
Nicholas Clyff.
Dated 16. May. 32. Hen. 8. (1541)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/264  18 August 1553
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Lease by John Whyddon, Serjeant at Law, to John Huntt Senior, of 2 closes of land of which one called Hendewyll is in East side of Weke Dowen and on West side of land of John Hext and the other called Oteayrske in the East side of Ewlem Dowen and in West side of the land of John Hext, parcel of a tenement of said John Whyddon called Ewlem in Parish of Chagford, which said John Huntt now holds; to hold for 40 years at a rent of 13s. 4d.
Covenants.
Dated 18. Aug. 1. Mary. (1553)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/265  31 January 1555
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; MORETON HAMPSTEAD.
Writing of John Gosse reciting that William Howton his grandfather by a deed dated 10. Nov. 29. Hen. 8. (1537) granted to William Gosse and Margery his wife, daughter of said William, and their issue an annual rent of 20s. from tenements called Heyhen and Elacombe in Parishes of Morton and North Bovy, after the death of William Howton; John Gosse being son of William and Margery sells to John Newcombe of Eston the said rent of 20s.
Wits. Rich. Sentell.
John Westcott.
William Potter.
John Stonynge.
Dated last day of January, 1 and 2. Philip and Mary (1555)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/266  28 October 1504
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY,; CHAGFORD.
Indenture made between John Tavener and William Houghton on one part and William Horsham and Isabella his wife and Alice Horsham on the other, witnessing that John and William lease to the Horshams tenements in Ellecombe in Manor of Southteing for 61 years at a rent of 18s. 1½d.
Covenants.
Wits. John Nucombe, Junior.
William Yoldon,
Thomas Stabacke.
Dated in Feast of Apostles Simon and Jude, 20. Hen. 7. (1504-5)
Fragments of 2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/267  15 August 1566
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY,; CHAGFORD.
Quitclaim by John Tavener of Throwston to Robert Foxford of all his right in messuages, land and tenements in Elacombe in Parishes of North Bovy and Chagford and in Manor of Southtyng otherwise called Hampston Weeke, now in occupation of William Tapper and Katherine his wife.
Wits. Francis Whiddon.
Harry Smyth.
Gilbert Fowell.
John Lowton.
Dated 15. Aug. 8. Eliz. (1566)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/269  Michaelmas 1521
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD; NORTH BOVEY
Bond of John Ebbysworthy of Chagford to John Wolcote of Exon, Senior, in £40. dated Michaelmas, 13. Hen. 8. (1521)
Condition that John Ebbysworthy shall suffer John Wolcote peaceably to enjoy the reversion of a tenement and a rent of 14s. 8d. from the said tenement lying in Ewlym in Manor of Southteyng in Parish of Chagford according to a pair of indentures made between said parties at above date.
Wits. Richard Stone of Chagford.
Thomas Waglond.
John Wolcote, the younger.
William Charlis.
Seal. (tag)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/268  Michaelmas 1521

Contents:
CHAGFORD; NORTH BOVEY
Writing by John Ebbysworthy of Chagford reciting that John Ebbysworthy the elder of Chagford, father of said John Ebbysworthy the younger, whose heir he is, by a charter dated 19. March. 23. Hen. 7. (1508) leased to Stephen Throwston his tenement in Ewlym in Manor of Southteyng, except one close called Combe Parke and a meadow called Fossemede, which tenement John Wolcote holds; to hold for 30 years at a rent of 18s. and witnessing that for £6. 13. 4. John Ebbysworthy, Junior, grants to John Wolcote of Exon, Senior, the reversion of said tenement with a rent of 14d. 8d. parcel of said 18s. to hold for 14 years from present date.
Dated Michaelmas, 13. Hen. 8. (1521)
Wits. John Wolcote, Junr.
William Charlis.
Richard Stone of Chagford.
Thomas Waglond.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/270  16 May 1540

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY; CHAGFORD.
Writing of John Tavener of Throwston reciting that John Tavener deceased, late of Throwston, his grandfather, leased to William Horseham and Elizabeth his wife and Alice Horseham now deceased, his messuages land and tenements in Elacombe in Manor of Southeteng for 61 years by a deed dated in Feast of Apostles Simon and Jude 20. Hen. 7. and witnessing that John Tavener now leases to William Tapper and Catherine his wife, the reversion of the premises after the deaths or surrender of William Horseham and Elizabeth, to hold for their lives at a rent of 13s. 4d.
Covenants.
Wits. John Hunt, John Tapper, Peter Bray, John H...., Nicholas Clyff.
Dated 16. May. 32. Hen. 8. (1540.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/271  28 February 1577
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY,; CHAGFORD.
Copy court roll of Manor of Southtyng, alias Hampston Weeke, alias Bysouthtyng.
Francis Earl of Bedford, Lord Russell, Knight of Order of Garter, Warden of Stannaries of Duchy of Cornwall in Co. Devon, and John Williams, alias Cholwyll, Bailiff of the Manor, and William Ayshe, Thomas Yolden, John Hoper, William Avery, alias Taverner, Stephen Benett, George Benett, John Cornise, Barnaby Thomas, Robert Cornyse, John Ellys, John Benett, Thomas Hoper, Richard Hurston, John Loskyn and Thomas Wylle, alias Ferneworthy, suitors at said Court and Manor.
Testify that among pleas enrolled at Southting at the Queen's Court held this last day of Feb. 19. Eliz. (1577) is one witnessing that William Smyth brought a writ of right directed to the Bailiff against Edward Whiddon Esq, ordering the Bailiff to do right to Smyth as to one messuage, 80a. of land, and c, in Ellecombe, alias Ellacomb, North Bovy and Chagford, of which Whiddon deforced him.
Recovery with Wm. Hodge and Nicholas Bennett as Vouchees.
8 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/272  23 May 1580
Language:  Latin

Contents:
IPPLEDEN
Copy Court Roll of Manor of Ipelpen, 23. May, 22. Eliz. (1580) witnessing that Ellis Can was admitted tenant of a house called the Newe House and a close called Shoten Ende and a meadow called Shute Mede, parcel of a tenement and ferling of land in Yoldon, now in tenure of Agnes Wilkyn, Widow, and which house and close and meadow Agnes surrendered to use of John Kympe, late tenant in reversion of the said tenement and ferling of land and which reversion and all estate which said John Kympe and Elizabeth his wife had in same John and Elizabeth surrendered at that Court to said Ellis Can and Margaret Dyscombe for their lives.
Enrolled by W. Howpill.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/273  26 May 1635

Document rubbed and illegible in places.

Contents:
IPPLEDEN
Copy court roll of Manor of Ipelpen (of Thomas Earl Rivers, Viscount Colchester Lord Darcy, Baron of Chich) held 26. May, 11 Chas I. (1635) recording that William Stowell, supervisor of the Manor, by virtue of a commission dated 1. Dec. last, gave permission to John Tapper, Gent, to live outside the Manor and to let a customary tenement and 1½ ferling of land in Weeke to be pastured and cultivated, for the term of John's life.
Exd by Wm. Stowell, Steward and Supervisor.

Bundle of Estreats of Ipelpen  D1508M/Moger/274  1625-1635

Contents:
IPPLEDEN; TORMOHUN; WOODLAND

[no title or date]  D1508M/Moger/274/1

Contents:
Court of Supervisor of Thomas, Viscount Colchester Lord Darcy, Baron of Chich, 4. Apr. 1. Chas. I.(1625) recording that Mary Tapper took of William Stowell and Thomas Paddon Gent. Supervisor and commission of said Viscount by his commission to Richard Reynell, Knt, dated 29. March, 22. Jas. I. (1624), the reversion for her life of one tenement and 1 ferling of land in Weeke which John Tapper now holds to him and his first wife ?.

[no title or date]  D1508M/Moger/274/2

Contents:
Court of Supervisor of Thomas Earl Rivers, Viscount' Colchester, and c, 26. May. 11. Chas I. (1635), recording that John Tapper who held for life a tenement and a ferling and a half in Weeke, surrendered it on condition that he should have it again to him and his first wife, for their lives.
Wm. Stowell, Steward.

[no title or date]  D1508M/Moger/274/3

Contents:
Court of Supervisor of Thomas Earl Rivers, and c, 26. May 11. Chas. I. (1635) recording that special licence was given by commission dated 1. Dec. last to John Tapper Gent, to demise his customary tenement and 1 ferling of land at Torr and a parcel of land called Gullamore in Woodland for cultivation or pasture which the person taking it willed and to have his habitation - outside the Manor and tenement for his life.

[no title or date]  D1508M/Moger/274/4

Contents:
Court of Supervisor of Thomas Viscount Colchester, and c 4. Apr. 1. Chas. I. (1625) recording that Mary Tapper Widow, took, at hand of William Stowell, Gent, and Thomas Paddon, Gent, Commissioner and Supervisor of said Viscount, by virtue of a commission to Richard Beynell, Ent, dated 29. Mar. 22. Hames I. (1624) the reversion of one tenement and one ferling of land at Torr and a parcel called Gullamore in Woodland, now in tenure of John Tapper and his first wife for life.

[no title or date]  D1508M/Moger/274/5

Contents:
Court of Supervisor of Thomas, Earl Rivers, and c, 26 May, 11. Chas. I. (1635) recording that John Tapper, Gent, who holds one tenement and one ferling at Torr and land called Gullamore in Woodlande, surrendered it on condition that he should have it again to hold for himself and his first wife.
Endorsed. The copies of Weeke, Youlden and Torr.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/275  25 October 1558

Contents:
CHAGFORD
Court Roll of Taigncombe fee, 25. Oct. 5 and 6. Philip and Mary. (1558).

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/276  5 November 1574

Contents:
CHAGFORD
Court Roll of Teyngcombe fee, 5. Nov. 16. Eliz. (1574)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/277  20 November 1573

Contents:
CHAGFORD
Court Roll of Teyngcombe fee, 20. Nov. 16. Eliz. (1573)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/278  1551-1553

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Roll of Estreats of Court of Borough of Newton Abbott, 5 and 6. Edw. VI. (1551-3)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/279-282  nd

Contents:
Not used

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/283  About 1629

Contents:
BRIDFORD
Thomas Holman, Plaintiff, v. John Bales, alias Ellis, Defendant, in trespass.
Mr Finche for Defendant.
The Plaintiff declareth that the defendant on 2 Feb. 4 Chas 1. 1629. did breake his closes which by way of new assignment are expressed to be divers pieces of land called the Cleeve, the Smythaparke, the Middlebroomparke, and the Woodeside, and his house at Bridford, Co. Devon. and his grass to the value of 100s. in the same closes growing which hie beasts did eat, tread, and consume, and other grass to the value of 40s. there likewise growing which his feet in walking did tread and consume, continuing the trespass with his beasts from the 2 Feb. 4 Chas. I. to 2 Feb. 5 Chas. I. and that he kept the Plaintiff from the possession and occupation of his house from 2 Feb. 4 Chas. I. to 2 Feb. 5 Chas. I. by which the Plaintiff did lose the profit and comodity of his house by all that time to his damage of £20.
The answer.
The Defendant as to the breaking of the close called the Cleeve and the house pleadeth not guilty and as to the trespass in Smythaparke, the Middlebroomparke, and the Woodeside, the Defendant saieth that within Bridford aforesaid there is and time out of mind hath been an ancient and common highway for all the King's leige people leading from the City of Exon to the Village of Moretonhampstead through and over the Woodeside and from thence through and over the Middlebroomparke when as the Smythaparke doth lie untilled and the Middlebroomparke tilled and inclosed then through and over the Woodeside and thence through and over the Smythaparke, and so back again. And when the Smythaparke and Middlebroomparke both are untilled and lie fresh and not inclosed then over and through every of the closes called the Middlebroomparke and the Smythaparke at the will and pleasure of the King's leige people. And because the Middlebroomparke and the Smythaparke in the time when etc. (evidently meaning the time when the alleged trespass was committed) lay untilled and fresh and not inclosed the Defendant in using the said way in the time when etc. did breake and enter the closes called the Woodeside, the Middlebroomeparke, and the Smythaparke, and did treade the grass there with his feet in walking and the other grass which his beasts in chasing and rechasing by snatches against his will did nat treade and consume as is lawful for him to do, which is the trespass complained of in the declaration.
The replication.
The Plaintiff by way of replication saith that the Defendant did the trespasse in the Smythaparke, the Middlebroomeparke, and the Woodeside, of his own wrong and traverseth the prescription of the way.
The Defendant taketh issue upon the Plaintiff's travers of the prescription of the way.
The Defendant's Witnesses:-
Andrewe Hill
Walter Brownynge.
(These know the names of the grounds.)
Mary Pooke.
John Meager. Doth not use the way.
Nicholas Willes.
Pawle Holmes.
Phillip Willes.
Andrewe Loskey.
Homfrey Davy.
Homfrey Davy stated that 40 years since he knew a post ride that way and that the way leadeth through divers mens lands as well as the Plaintiff's both before it comes to his lands and after it passeth his lands as most of the witnesses can prove.
If the Plaintiff gives evidence touching the not guilty observe the time and whether the house were not then in lease to Thomas Nowcombe ?. a weaver to whom the Defendant came about work, weaving of cloth. Nowcombe's wife by witness now married to Thomas Harris who is tenant to the house.
On back of paper is a rough map
Endorsed for Eales at suit of Holman.
On paper. English with some latin words and phrases.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/284/1  20 August 1670
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Institution to the Rectory and Parish Church of North Bovy in Co. Devon and Deanery of Moreton.
On 20. August 1670. the Bishop of Exeter in his Palace of Exeter admitted Francis Hore, Cleric, M.A., to the Rectory and Parish Church of North Bovy vacant by the death of William Lambert, Cleric, the last Incumbent, at the presentation of William Oxenham of South Tawton, Gent., true Patron (for this turn) of said Rectory, the advowson of which was granted by the Honourable William Powlett, Knight, Marquess of Winchester, the original Patron, and the Marchioness Lucy, his wife, to said William Lambert, Cleric, and afterwards by John Powlett, son of said Sir William Powlett, Marquess of Winchester, was confirmed to William Oxenham, it having been lawfully assigned to him; the said Francis Hore having sworn allegiance to the Royal Supremacy and promised canonical obedience and subscribed to the 39 Articles and the 3 Articles and the Declaration, was instituted to the Rectory.
Agreed with the original in the Registry.
Examined by me, Ric. Tretthey ?.
On paper.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/284/2  26 February 1671

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Institution to the Rectory and Parish Church of North Bovy, Co. Devon and Deanery of Moreton.
26 Feb. 1671. the Bishop of his Palace of Exeter admitted George Ivy, Cleric, M.A., to the Rectory and Parish Church of North Bovy now vacant by the death of Francis Hore, the last Incumbent there, at the presentation of Charles II. trus Patron (for this turn) by lapse of time; said George having sworn allegiance, and c. as above.
Agreed with original in the Registry.
Examined by me, Ric. Tretthey ?.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/285  6 April 1563

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY
Indenture made 6 April. 5 Elizabeth (1563) between Stephen Comyng of North Bovy, Co. Devon, Husbandman, and Sir John Whiddon, Knt, witnessing that the said Stephen held and now occupies a tenement and a ferthing and a half of land called Lower Hille and Lower Stathill in the Manor of North Bovy, of which Manor said Sir John Whiddon is now possessed as farmer thereof, and for offences and contempts committed by Stephen contrary to the custom of said Manor, Sir John entered into the said customary land and thereof had the lawful disposition at his will; and witnessing that the parties have now agreed that Stephen Comyng shall enjoy the said copyhold land according to a copy dated 8 Oct. 28 Hen. 8. for the term of his life according to the custom of the Manor, provided that Stephen shall observe and keep all customary services and duties and pay the rent; nevertheless it is also agreed that if Stephen shall pay £31. 13. 4d. by instalments of £5. and one sum of £6. 13. 4d. by the Feast of St. Nicholas, the Bishop 1567 at the Mansion at Chagford where Sir John now dwells, this sum being for the more part the very debt of said Stephen, then this indenture shall be void, and if Stephen fails to pay the money or perform the covenants Sir John may re-enter the said copyhold.
Seal. (apparently no charge)
Endorsed. Md. that within named Sir John Whiddon hath delivered unto within named Stephen Comyng at the sealing and delivering of these indentures, one obligation of £20. wherein one John Miller was bound unto said Sir John for the said Stephen, which obligation was forfeited and also one other obligation of £20. wherein the said Stephen stood bound to said Sir John, which obligation was forfeited, and also the said Sir John discharged the said Stephen then of divers other debts and demands.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/286  14 May 1580
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH OR SOUTH HUISH; SALCOMBE; THURLESTONE.
Inspeximus dated 14 May. 22 Eliz. (1580) of Letters Patent dated at Wallinford, 12 Oct. 4 Edw. III. (the date should be 14 Edw. III) (1340) made to a certain John de Cheverston and enrolled in the Rolls of Chancery, whereby for his good service and in recompense for damage done in John's land in Thorleston, Hewishe, Soure and Saltcombe, by the King's enemies of the Fleet of Spain, while he was serving the King abroad, the King grants to said John de Cheverston wreck of the sea in his said lands and everything which belongs to wreck.
Witnessed by:-
J. Archbishop of Canterbury.
R. Bishop of Cirencester. Chancellor.
B. Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Treasurer.
Richard, Earl of Arundell.
William de Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon.
Dated by the hand of Edward, Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Chester, the King's Son. Warden of England.
Exemplified at request of William Courteney, Knt. before Cordell.
Extracted by Humphrey Walrond and Matthew Carew, Clerks.
Endorsed. An Exemplification at the request of Sir William Courteney, Knight. Cordell.
Compare. Cal. Charter Rolls. 1327-41. p.482.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/287  28 June 1553
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTH OR SOUTH HUISH.; SALCOMBE; THURLESTONE.
Exemplification dated 28 June. 7 Edward VI. (1553) of the Grant by Edward III. to John de Cheverston, recited in No. 286. (The date is here correctly given as 12 Oct. 14 Edw. III.
Exemplified at the request of William Courteney Esq, Kinsman and Heir of Sir William Courteney, Knt, Son and Heir of Sir William Courteney, Knt, Kinsman and Heir of John de Cheverston, before W. Bowis.
Extracted by Richard Rede and Richard Lyell.
Seal, (broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/288  8 November 1375

Much damaged

Contents:
A copy of D1508M/Moger/297.
Endorsed. Letters of attendance of the lands of Sir John de Cheverston p. the Earl of Devon and his Lady, the Countess of Devon.
Seal with good impression.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/289  15 January 1368
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOUTH HUISH; MARLBOROUGH, EAST OR WEST PORTLEMOUTH; SALCOMBE; THURLESTONE;
Indenture made between John de Cheverston, Knight and Joan, his wife, on one part and John de Ferers, Knt, John Daumarle, Knight, and Richard Greynevill, in the other part, witnessing that John, John and Richard, grant to John de Cheverston and Joan, his wife, the Manors of Thurleston, Southhuwisch, Portelemouth, Malleburgh, Yethelton and Saltecombe, with all lands, tenements, reversions, rents, services, liberties, both wreck of the sea and other knights fees and advoswons, and all other things belonging to the said Manors; and also the reversion of the Manor of Soure which Osbert Hamely and Matilda (Maud) his wife, held for the term of the life of Matilda of the inheritance of the said John de Ferers, John Daumarle and Richard and which ought to revert to them after the death of Matilda; to hold to John de Cheverston and Joan and their issue of the chief lords of the fee for services due and accustomed, with remainder to Hugh de Courtenay Earl of Devon and Margaret his wife, Countess of Devon, and Master William de Courtenay, Clerk, for ever.
Wits. Sir Guy de Brian, Knt.
Sir Henry de la Pomeray, Knt.
Sir William de Bykeby. Knt.
Thomas Chambernoun.
Nicholas Whityng.
Richard Chambernoun.
Dated at Exminster. 15 Jan. 41. Edw. III. (1368).
2 Seals. (Heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/290  24 November 1356

Contents:
BRAUNTON.
Letters Patent of Edward III. reciting that at the supplication of the Abbot and Convent of Clyve, Co. Somerset, that whereas King Henry III. by Charter granted to the Abbot and Convent and their successors the Manor of Branton, Co. Devon, with the out hundred and other appurtenances at fee farm for ever, rendering yearly at the Exchequer £22. and afterwards Edward I. by Charter granted 5 marks of the said rent to the Brethren and Sisters of the Hospital of Lepers at Maidenebradelegh, and Edward II. granted 28 marks, the remainder of said rent to Edmund, late Earl of Kent, the King's uncle, to hold to him and his issue, and divers lands and tenements of the said Manor have been demised by them and their predecessors to divers tenants of the Manor for lives and terms and such tenants have entered into the same without the King's licence, the King will pardon the trespasses in this behalf and will grant licence to them and their successors to demise the demesne lands of the Manor at their will; the King for 20s. which the present Abbot shall pay, has pardoned the trespasses and granted that the tenants of the land so acquired without licence may retain the same without disturbance by him or any of his Officers and has granted licence to the Abbot and Convent and their successors to make lease of the demesne lands of the Manor and to tenants to hold land so leased without molestation, the rent of £22. to be unaffected by this Grant.
Dated at Westminster, 24 Nov. 30. Edw. III. (1357).
And the said 20s. have been paid in the hanaper.
Newenham.
Endorsed. Charter of Edward 3. of confirmation about Braunton.
See Cal. Patent Rolls. 1354 - 8. p. 479.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/291  26 September 1585
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRAUNTON; COMBE MARTIN; MARKWOOD.
Writing of Edward Lyell and John Browne, granting in confirmation of an indenture of same date to Philip Wyot, Gent. half of all messuages, land and tenements in the several hamlets, parishes, and fields of Braunton, Chollacombe, Merwoode, Kyngescholdecombe and Kyngesheaunton, Co. Devon, now 1r late in the several tenures of Simon Longe, John Slocombe and William Harrys, which once were the inheritance of Fulk White, decd.
Clause of Warranty.
Attorneys appointed by Grantors:-
John Shephurd.
Richard Brooke.
Dated 26 Sept. 27 Eliz. (1585).
Sealed and delivered to John Wyot to the use of Philip Wyot in presence of:-
Balthazar Botelere.
John Boteler.
Nicholas Poyntz.
John Loveringe.
Memorandum that possession and seisin was taken and delivered over by John Shephurd of the lands in the tenure of William Harrys according to tenor of this deed, in presence of:-
Alexander Harrye.
John Shepherde.
Endorsed. A feoffment fer my lands in Chellacomb, Deyes, ......and Walters ten.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/292  15 January 1368
Language:  Latin

Contents:
SOUTH HUISH; MARLBOROUGH; PORTLEMOUTH; SALCOMBE, THURLESTONE
Appointment by Sir John Ferers, Knt, Sir John Daumarle, Knt, and Richard de Greynevill, of Richard Underhill and Thomas Halesbury, as their Attorneys, to deliver to John de Cheverston, Knt, and Joan his wife, full seisin of the Manors of Thurleston, South Huwyesh, Portlemouth, Malleburgh, Yethelton and Saltecombe, with all lands, rents, and c, liberties both wreck of the sea and other knights fees and advowsons which they hold in Co. Devon, by feoffment of said John de Cheverston, to hold to John and Joan and their issue according to the form of Charter made to the Grantors by said John and Joan.
Dated Exeminster. 15 Jan. 41 Edw 3. (1365).
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/293  5 May 1382
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD.
Charter of Thomas Cokkeshead, Roger Cokkeshead, and Thomas, son of said Thomas Cokkeshead, granting to William Ryke, his heirs and assigns, 16s. 2d. annual rent from their tenements in the Manor of Chaggeford, which rent they bought of Richard atte hille of the hundred of Fremyngton, as appears in a Charter indented made between them; to hold the said rent with the homage and fealty wardship and marriage, reliefs, escheats, suits of court and the reversions of all their tenements when they fall due.
Clause of Warranty.
Wits:- John Prous.
Giles Esse.
John Yunglyng.
John Pafford.
Dated Criditon, Monday next after Feast of Invention of the Holy Cross, 5 Rich. II. (1381-2)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/294  1 January 1368
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BIDEFORD; SOUTH HUISH; MARLBOROUGH; PORTLEMOUTH; SALCOMBE.
Appointment by Sir John de Cheverston, Knt, of Nicholas Cor Parson of the Church of Wodelegh, and Henry (Vealepit), as his Attorneys, to deliver and put in full seisin Sir John de Ferers, Knt, Sir John Daumarle, Knt, and Richard de Greynevill, of the Manors of Thurleston, South Huwyssh, Portelemouth, Malleburgh, Yethelton, Saltecombe and Chevereston, with rents, and c, and liberties, both wreck of the sea and other knights fees and advowsons, which Sir John has in Devon, except all his lands, and c, in Parish of Bydyford in said County; to hold to John, John and Richard, according to the form of his Charter made to them.
Dated at Exminster, 1 Jan. 41 Edw. 3. (1368).
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/295  18 December 1477

Contents:
POWDERHAM.
Writing indented witnessing that variances, strifes, and debates, were had and moved between Sir William Courtenay, Knt, of the one part and Master William Godde, Parson of the Parish Church of Powderham, of the other part, upon the right, title, and possession, of a certain parcel of land containing 3 acres of meadow adjoining to the meadow of the said Parson, and a salt marsh called Dunhill in Powderham, the said Sir William claiming them to be his as parcel of his Manor of Powderham and that the same Parson and his predecessors had never none interest therein but by sufferance and agreement of Sir Philip Courtenay, father to the said Sir William, in recompense of the tithing belonging to the said Parson of 20 acres of meadow that John Do.... now holds within the said Manor, and the said Parson claimed the said 3 acres and salt marsh to be his and his predecessors out of tyme that no mynde ys, for the tithes of the said 20 acres, for the ceasing of the which variance and debate Maister Piers Courtenay, Dean if the Cathedral Church of Exeter, took upon him great labout and diligence to know the truth and the certainty of the premises, the which he could not verily understand, how be it that he took great examination of divers old men of the said Parish notwithstanding by the motion and the great labout of the said Dean the said parties be agreed during their lives that the said Sir William shall have the said 3 acres and salt marsh and that the said Parson shall have the same 3 acres and salt marsh during his life bearing therefore yearly to the said Sir William 8s. and the reparation of the marsh ditch, and that the said Parson shall have the tithes of the said 20 acres of meadow.
Dated 28 Dec. 17 Edw. 4. (1477)
Endorsed The dene of the holding of Donhyll between Master William God and Sir William Courtenay.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/296  Michaelmas 1368

Contents:
SOUTH HUISH; PORTLEMOUTH; POWDERHAM; SALCOMBE; THURLESTONE.
Appointment by John de Chivereston and Joan his wife, of Sir Nicholas Cor, Parson of the Church of Wodelegh, and William Lynor, as their Attorneys, to take and receive seisin of the Manors of Yethelton, Thurlestone, Huwissh, Portelemouth, and Saltcombe, and the reversion of the Manor of Soure and their appurtenances, with fees, advoswons, and wreck of the sea, and also to take and receive seisin of the Manor of Chiverestone and all lands and tenements in Ekeswill, Sottesford Chaldewill, and Parislond cum Poudram, according to the purport of Charters made to them by Sir John de Ferers, John Daumarle and Richard Grenevill.
Dated Exmynster, Michaelmas Day, 42 Edw. 3. (1369).
2 Seals, good impressions
Norman French

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/297  8 November 1375

Contents:
SOUTH HUISH; MALBOROUGH; EAST OR WEST PORTLEMOUTH; SALCOMBE; THURLESTONE.
Notification by Sir John de Chevereston, Knt, that he has attorned in his own person and done fealty and attendance by Sir Robert Vaggescombe, Canon of the Cathedral Church of Exeter and Parson of the Church of Pakeham, Sir William Daumpton, Parson of the Church of Kyrchill, Sir William Ponton, Portioner in the Church of Wottesdon, Henry de Burton and by John Hodresfeld, for all the lands and tenements which he claims to hold of his chief lords in the Manors of Thurlestone, Southuwyssh, Portelmouth, Malleburgh, Yethelton and Saltcombe, together with the reversion of the Manor of Soure which Osbert Hamelyn and Maude his wife hold for the life of Maude and all their appurtenances, by vertue of a Charter of the reversions of all the said Manors and their appurtenances to them given and granted by Sir John's much honoured ? (treshone) Lord, Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon, and my much honoured ? Lady, Dame Margaret, his Consort, Countess of Devon.
Dated 8 Nov. 49 Edw. III. (1376)
Norman French
Seal.
Endorsed. Letter of attendance of the lands of Sir John de Cheverston, p ?. Sir Philip de Courtenay.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/298  4 December 1536

Contents:
FYFETT. (SOMERSET)
Deed indented made 4 Dec. 28 Hen. 8. (1536) between Edward Karne, Doctor of Law, and John Walshe of the Myddyll Temple, Gent, being a grant by Karne to Walshe of closes called Ashecrofts, Oxyne lease, foureacres, Crystencroft, ten acres, the Hyer Brodefelde, Parkmeades, Parkeland, Smoke Lande, Howses closes (being 2 closes now in the holding of John Howse) and Coome, (which Robert Meade now holds) a cottage now in the holding of John Hurne, a close called Reddefelde now in the holding of John Wever, a close called Loose lease now in holding of same John Wever, a tenement which Alexandre Hobbes now holds, a close called Sarthe ?. and 8 acres of land in Langforde felds now in the holding of John Sawser, a close called Longe lease now in the holding of Thomas Bounde and a tenement now in the holding of John Stroude, all being in Catthanger in the Parish of Fyffelde, Co. Somers; to hold to john and his heirs for ever, yielding out of said lands and tenements to said Edward Karne during his life £12. to be paid to said Edward at the founte stone in the Church of St. Paule in London at Ladyday and Michaelmas.
Said John Walshe and John Walshe of Cattanger, Co. Somerset, Clerk, shall be bound in £200. that said John Walshe, Gent, shall perform these covenants and when this has been done another recognizance in Chancery of this date shall be annulled.
Endorsed. The deed made by Sir Edward Carne to John Walshe, the younger.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/299  2 December 1543
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRAUNTON; COMBE MARTIN; HEANTON PUNCHARDON; ILFRACOMBE; MARWOOD.
Letters Patent granting Licence to Thomas Cheeke Esq, and Katherine, his wife, to convey the Manor of Braunton Abbatis, alias, Abbotts Braunton, alias, Braunton Abbot, alias, Brampton Abbott, in the villages, fields, parishes, or hamlets, of Braunton, Merewood, Heannton Punchardon, Chollacombe and Ilfercombe, Co. Devon, held of the Queen in Chief, to Richard Reynell, Esq, and Lucy, his wife.
Dated 2 Dec. 36 Eliz. 1594.
Bacon.
Seal. (well preserved)
Recorded in Memoranda of Exchequer 4 Jas. I. Trin. on behalf of the Remembrancer of the Treasury.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/300  14 October 1582

Contents:
BRAUNTON; COMBE MARTIN; HARWOOD.
Indenture made 14 Oct. 24 Eliz. (1582) between Allexander Burnaby of Bulksworthie, Yeoman, of the one part and Edward Lyell of Frithelstock, Husbandman, and John Browne of Holfardiswourthie, Husbandman, witnessing that whereas certain suits and strifes were moved and stirred between the said parties concerning the right and possession of certain messuages, lands and tenements, in the several parishes of Braunton, Chollacombe and Marwoode, which were the inheritance of one Fowke White, deceased, ancestor to the said Allexander, Edwarde and John, and whereof the said Allexander Burnaby as in his own right is or claims to be seized of an estate of inheritance in one moiety and Edward Lyell and John Browne are or claim to be seized of an estate of inheritance in the other moiety, for the apeasing of such strifes and suits, it is now agreed between the parties as follows:-
Allexander grants that Edward and John shall quietly enjoy their moiety without molestation by him (one lease granted by Allexander to Simon Lange, James Walter and Ewrithe Walter for their lives of the said messuages, land, and tenements, in Braunton, and one other lease made by him to William Harrys and others for their lives of the tenements in Marwoode, excepted) and he promises to make any conveyance that may be thought necessary, provided he is not forced to travel to any other place than to the Manor of Braunton Georges and Braunton Abbot; for this Edward and John agree that Allexander shall enjoy the other moiety three years by Allexander, ratify and confirm a lease already made by Allexander of a tenement parcel of the premises to the said Symon Lange, James Walter and Ewrithe Walter for their lives, or else make to Simon, James, and Ewrithe, a new lease for their lives with the same condition as the former lease, and they will also make any necessary conveyance to Allexander with similar condition as to travel.
Allexander agrees that Edward and John may make leases of the tenements in Marwoode and Chollacombe at the ancient rents.
Wits:- Thomas Leighe.
Thomas Harrys.
Bartholomew Harrys.
Symon Rogerman.
Robert Tucker. ?.
Part of seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/301  4 June 1594
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRAUNTON; COMBE MARTIN; HEANTON PUNCHARDON; ILFRACOMBE; MARWOOD;
Exemplification dated 4 June, 36 Eliz. (1594) of a fine dated Trinity, 36 Eliz. whereby Thomas Cheeke Esq, and Katherine his wife, convey to Richard Reynell, Gent, and Lucy his wife, the Manor of Braunton Abbatis, alias Abbotts Braunton alias, Braunton Abbott, alias, Brampton Abbott, and 26 messuages, 90 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 50 acres of wood and 600 acres of furze and heath, 20 acres of moor, 500 acres of marsh, and £17. rent in Braunton, alias Brampton, Merwood, Heaunton Pounchardon, Chollacombe and Ilfordcombe, and common pasture for all animals in the forest of Exmoore.
Warranty against heirs of Sir John Cheeke, Knt, decd, grandfather of Thomas and against the heirs of Henry Cheeke Esq, decd, father of said Thomas.
Part of seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/302  10 May 1555

Contents:
FYFETT. (SOMERSET)
Bill made 10 May. 1 and 2. Philip and Mary, (1555) witnessing that James Downeham of Chellyngton, Co. Somerset, Yeoman, has received of John Walshe of London, Esq. the sum of £100. in part payment of £170. to be paid for the full bargain and sale of certain closes, messuages, land, and c, in Catthanger and Stowye, Co. Somerset, as by a pair of indentures of the above date between the said parties doth appear.
Part of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/303  20 September 1483

Contents:
NORTH BOVEY: CHAGFORD
Award made by John Wolcote, Taylor, John Newcombe, Thomas Throwston and John Comyng, to settle a dispute between John Yoldon and William Yoldon on one part and Robert Elys of the other part upon the right to land in Brodewike, Wode, Grenewill, Ellecombe and Middelcote. Each of the parties is bound in £100. by bonds dated 1 Sept. 1 Rich. III. (1483). The award dated 20 Sept. 1 Rich. III. is as follows:-
Robert Elys shall enter into the lands and tenements, upon which entry John Yoldon and William Yoldon shall release their right to Robert and this so done, Robert shall make a good estate in law of all the lands in Brodewike and Wode and half of the said lands in Middelcote to John Yoldon and Jane his wife, for their lives, with remainder to William Yoldon and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to Richard Yoldon, brother of William for life, with reversion after his death to the heirs of Robert Elys. Robert Elys shall pay yearly to one Robert Holsterd during his life 8s. which the said John and William Yoldon should have paid and Robert Elys shall pay to said John Yoldon 16s. 8d. before Feast of Nativity of St. John Baptist next.
Dated 20 Sept. 1. Rich.III.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/304  17 September 1579

Contents:
BRAUNTON.
Indenture made 17 Sept. 21 Eliz. (1579) between Henry Cheek, Esq, on one part and Richard Bellewe, Esq. on the other part, witnessing that whereas Richard Bellewe has lately built two mills in his Manor of Braunton Gorges in Parish of Braunton, Co. Devon, and from the said mills has conveyed the water course or mill late through certain land of Henry Cheek, it is agreed between the parties as follows:-
Henry grants to Richard free liberty to convey the water course or mill late through his land in such manner as it is now conveyed and liberty to amend the water course from time to time when it needs repair and for this Richard grants to Henry an annuity of 4d. from the said two mills and the Manor of Braunton Gorges.
Wits. Phillip Chechester.
William Dyllon.
Thomas Bedell.
Adam Wyot.
Endorsed. The counterpaine of Mr Richard Bellewes lease.
Part of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/305  23 September 1596
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRAUNTON; CAMBRIDGE (Various Parishes); Essex (Various Parishes); Lincolnshire (Various Parishes); Norfolk (Various Parishes); Somerset (Various Parishes); Suffolk (Various Parishes)
Inspeximus dated 28 Sept. 38 Eliz. (1596) of Letters Patent dated 13 Apr. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, (1557) to Sir John Cheeke, Knt, and Peter Osborne Esq, reciting an indenture made by King Henry VIII. dated 8 Feb. 30 Henry VIII. (1539) demising at farm to Sir Hugh Stucley, Knight, by the name of Hugh Stucley Esq. the Manor of Brampton Abbott, by the name of Braunton Abbatis, late of the Monastery of Clyve, Co. Somerset, now dissolved, saving to the King all advowsons, wards, marriages, and c, and all fines of tenements above 10 marks; to hold for 21 years at a rent of £37. 2s. 6½d. and reciting letters patent dated 10 July. 5 Edw. 6. (1551) whereby the King granted and demised at farm to Philip Juys one of his gardeners all customary land in Fressheford and Woodwick, Co. Somerset, belonging to the late dissolved Priory of Henton, Co. Somerset, for 21 years, and reciting that the reversions of all the premises named above belongs to the Queen, and granting (in consideration of a recognition of the Borough of Clare and the site of the late College of Stoke and of the Manors of Stoke Clare, Hundem, Erburye, Woodhall and Chipley, [...] Suffolk, and of the office of feodary of the Queen's honour of Clare and hundred of Chalton, Chevell and Stapelhoo, and the advowsons of the Churches of Hunden, Clare, Chepley and Assheton and of the Manors of Clare, Clarethall, Hunden, Assheton, and Pytley, alias Pightley, in Co. Essex, and the advowsons of the Churches of Clare, Hunden and Assheton, and of office of feodary of said honour of Clare and the hundred of Chilton, Chevell, Flyndishe and Steplehoo, in Co. Cambridge, and of office of feodary of said honour of Clare in Co. Hunts, and of the Manors of Preston, Beckwell and Hoo, Co. Sussex, and of the sites of the late Priories of Spaldinge and Humberston and of the Manors of Spaldinge, Humberston, and Hekington, and of a salt marsh in Holbecke, Co. Linc. and of the advowsons of the Church of Hekington and of the site of the late College of Russheford, and of the Manors of Russheford and Staunton, Co. Norff. and of divers others manors and tenements, to the Queen and her successors by Sir John Cheeke, Knt, and Mary his wife, by fine levied Hil. 3 and 4. Philip and Mary (1557) and for other causes and considerations) to said Sir John Cheeke and Peter Osborne Esq, the reversions of the said Manor of Braunton Abbatis and of the said messuages, and c, late belonging to the Monastery of Clyve and the rent of £37. 2. 6½d reserved, and the reversion of the customarye lands and c, in Fressheford and Woodewicke, Co. Somerset, and the rent reserved on them; and the lordship and Manor of Brampton Abbott, alias Braunton Abbatis, alias Braunton Abbott, late parcel of possession of Monastery of Clyve and the lordships and manors of Fresshford and Wudwick, alias Fressheford and Wudwicke, Co. Somerset, late parcel of the possessions of Edward, late Duke of Somerset, attainted of felony, and afterwards of John, late Dyke of Northumberland, attainted of high treason.
Exemplified at the request of Richard Reynell Esq.
Examined by John Amye and W. Lambard.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/306  About c.1540
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
BRAUNTON; CAMBRIDGE (Various parishes); Essex (Various parishes); Huntington (Various parishes); Lincolnshire (Various parishes); Suffolk (Various parishes).
The case for the Manor of Brampton Abbatis in the Co. of Devon, and all other lands there late parcel of the dissolved Monastery of Clive.
First King Edw. I. by his several Charters dated 27 May, anno 18, (1290) gave all the lands that descended in co-parcenary to Gilbert de Clare to Johane his wife, daughter of King Edw. I. and to the heirs of their body, the reversion of all the manors and lands that passed in one of their Charters remayned in the Crowne always, and all the remainders in fee of all manors and lands that passed in the other Charters were by the said Charters limited to the right heirs of said Gilbert.
Extract from Letters Patent of Philip and Mary (See D150M/Moger/305 in which these letters are exemplified.) whereby in consideration of a recognition of the Borough of Clare and the site of the late College of Stoke Clare, Hunden, Erbury, Woodhall and Shipley in Co. Suffolk, and of the office of feodary of the honour of Clare and hundred of Chalton Chevill and Stapulheo and the advowsons of the Churches of Hunden, Clare, Shipley and Ashton and of the Manors of Clare, Clarethall hundred, Asheton and Pitley, alias Pighley, in Co. Essex, and of the advowsons of the Churches of Clare, Hunden and Asheton, and of the office of feodary of the said honour of Clare and the hundred of Chilton Chevill, Fyndishe and Staple, Co. Cambs, of the office of the honour of Clare in Co. Hunts, and of the Manor of Preston Beckwell and Hoo, in Co. Sussex, and of the site of the late Priory of Spaldinge and Humberstone, and of the Manor of Spaldinge and Humberstone and Heckington, and of the site of the late College of Rushford, and of the Manors of Rufford and Staunton, Co. Norff. and of divers other Manors and tenements, to the King and Queen and their successors, levied and made by John Cheeke and Mary his wife, by fine Hil. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary (1557) and for other causes and considerations, the King and Queen grant to the said Sir John Cheeke (inter alia) the said Manor (Evidently Brampton Abbatis) and premises.
Which grant is conceived to be void for these reasons. First, for that Sir John Cheeke had no estate at all in the said Manor of Clare, Erbury and Woodhall, and the Borough of Clare in him to passe unto the Crowne by the said fine for the reasons following, viz;-
First for that the Manors of Clare, Erbury and Woodhall and the Burroughes of Clare were allotted in partition (inter alia) to the purparte of the said Elizabeth, which being so then thus standeth the case for them (vizt) that the said Manor of Clare, and c. (inter alia) descended in tail to King Edward IV. and from him to the Kings Majesty by form of gift aforesaid, and the reversion remained in the Crown in right of the Crown of England.
Whereby it followeth that the grant made to Sir John Cheeke, 22 May, 7. Edw 6, (1553) to him and his issue male, of any of the premises so allotted in partition to the purparty of said Elizabeth are clearly void being without fyne and render (?), the same being the very case in substance adjudged in the case of Alton woods and agreed upon by all the Judges that where the Kinge was tenant in tail "per formam [...] dom" and seized of the reversion in right of the Crown, that there he could not grant the same by Letters Patent under the Great Seal giving power to enter, and so the said Manor of Clare could not be in Cheeke to grant to Queen Mary.
Secondly, the same grant is in consideration of the Manor of Hekington in Co. Linc. wherein he had no estate at all for that 17 July, 18 Hen. 8. (1526) the same was granted to the Duke of Norfolk in tail (viz) to him and his issue male, the reversion in the Crown, and after the said Duke was attainted by whose attainder the same Manor became forfeited to the Crowne.
6 May, 5 Edw. 6. (1551) the same King granted to John Cheeke Esq, in fee simple the Manor of Heckington, Co. Linc. and the Manor of Santon, Co. Norf. as parcel of the possessions of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, attainted.
Anno 1. Mary, (1552) the supposed Attainder of the Duke of Norfolk was by Act of Parliament declared to be void and of no force ab initio saving the estate and lease made by King Edw. VI. that saving was adjudged void for when the attainder was declared to bevoid the said saving was against the body of the Act, and therefore void, (vide Plowden, fo. 564) and therefore the Letters Patent made to Sir John Cheeke of the said Manors, 5 Edw. 6. (1551-2) void in law by the relation of the said Act, the said Sir John Cheeke had thereby no estate at or in the said two Manors to grant unto the Queen at the time of the fine acknowledged, but the state was then in the Duke of Norfolk, whereupon it followeth that the grant made of the said Manor of Brampton Abbatis to Sir John Cheeke being in consideration of the said Manors of Hekington and Santon wherein he had no estate neither any estate could pass to the Crown is void in law.
For which cause his Majesty may seize the same Manor of Brampton into his hands and be answered the mean rates at his good pleasure.
Endorsed. Devon. The case for the Manor of Brampton Abbatis in the said County.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/307  1760-1820
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Form of letter of Attorney of William, Viscount Courtenay (t. Geo. III.) with date and name of Attorney left blank.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/308  21 January 1585

Contents:
? FYFETT (Co. Somerset.)
Act. 21 Jan. 1585. before the Dean and Chapter.
Which day the said Dean and Chapter did consent and agree that whereas they have granted a lease of the Parsonage of Fyffhed to Mr Edward Seymor Esq, for 96 years determinable upon 3 lives, that if hereafter it shall be by his learned counsel found that the said lease shall not be sufficient in the law (before the determination of any of the said three lives) that then the said Dean and Chapter do condescend and agree to renew his said lease and to make the same good in the law for term of the said three lives according to the true meaning thereof.
Jo. Sprinte. (?) Deane.
Robert Temple. Sub-Dean.
Christopher Pacy.
Edmund Gwane. (?)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/309  28 October 1554

Contents:
? FYFETT. (Co. Somerset.)
Bill made 28. Oct. 1 and 2 Philip and Mary (1554) witnessing that Thomas Newton, Gent, one of the sons of Thomas Newton of Swell, Co. Somerset, Esq, has received of John Walshe of London, Esq, £69. in full satisfaction of a messuage and divers parcells of land in the Parish of Fyveshead, Co. Somerset, which said Thomas Newton has sold by a deed of this date to said John Walshe, Jane his wife, and the heirs of John for ever.
Seal.
Endorsed. Thomas Newton accquyttance.
(Wrongly endorsed in pencil)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/310  8 May 1571

Contents:
Indenture made 8 May, 13 Eliz. (1571) between Robert Brandon, Citizen and Goldsmith of London, and Robert Drewry of Hugeley, Co. Bucks, Esq, reciting that by a bond of the above dated Drewry before 22 May binds himself with one sufficient person in goods and substance ?. such as Robert Tayllor of London, Gent, in 100 marks to pay £30. on the 7 July next, this writing shall be void.
Wits. Samuel Smyth.
Anthony Bonde. Scrivener.
Signature. Robert Drury.
Seal.
Endorsed. Drure for £30. this 8 July 1571.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/311  4 October 1529

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Indenture made 4 Oct. 21 Hen. 8. (1529) between Thomas Newton Esq, and John Wailsche Esq, witnessing that whereas said Thomas Newton and Richard Ivie with others now dead in Trin. 6 Hen. 8. (1514) by a writ against said John Wailsshe recovered of John Wailsshe (Not clear whether these two Johns are the same.) son and heir of Thomas Wailsche Esq, the Manor of Cathangar and 200 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture and 100 acres of wood in Fifite and Cathangar, as their right and their inheritance as by matter of record thereof before Justices of Common Pleas, this time aforesaid, the roll 160. doth appear; which recovery was to the use of said John Wailsshe and his heirs; and the recoverers now living still stand seised of the premises to the use beforesaid; and whereas a certain close called Cathanger Orchard next Langford and 32 acres of arable land lying in the South and North field of Langford in Fifite at the time of the recovery were and yet are parcel of the premises comprised in the recovery, which close and land Thomas Salwaie now holds at a rent of 32s. a year; the said John Wailsshe for £22. now sells to Thomas Newton the said close and land, with all Charters and evidences relating to them.
J. Sare. Scrivenor, the writer ?.
Endorsed. Bargain and sale to Mr Newton of the lands in Langfordfild and Cattanger Orchard.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/312  1 January 1538

Contents:
FYFFET (Co. Somerset)
Indenture made 1 Jan. 29 Hen. 8. (1538) between Thomas Newton of Swell, Co. Somerset, Esq, on one part and John Walshe, the father,and John Walshe, the son and heir apparent of said John, witnessing that Thomas Newton was seised of a tenement lately in the holding of one John Hockyne and a close called Cattanger Orchard and 20 acres of land in Langford field lately in the holding of Thomas Sallwaye and a parcel of wood containing 7 acres lately in the holding of Thomas Tocker otherwise called Thomas Crockeham, and another parcel of wood called Estwodd, containing 12 acres, lately in the holding of said John Walshe the father, and 16 acres of land in Langford feld lately in the holding of John Cattell, otherwise called John Tayler, and a parcel of meadow called Furtam in Illmore and other parcels of meadow called Hillam, Charlam, and Brode dole, lying in Illmore, all which premises are in the Parish of Fyffytt, Co. Somerset, and were sold by John Walshe the father to Thomas Newton, but it is now agreed that if John and John do pay down at one payment £138. to Thomas, he will sell the premises to them; Thomas agrees not to make leases of the parcels of land in Illmore.
Tag for Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/313  7 July 1543

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bill made 7 July, 35 Hen. 8. (1543) witnessing that Richard Andrews of Haylys, Co. Gloucester, Gent, and Nicholas Temple, Yeoman, have received of John Gaverok of Newton Abbot, Co. Devon, Gent. £69. due to them for the purchase of six tenements in Forde in the Parish of Wolborrough, Co. Devon, being parcel of the possessions of the late Monastery of Torre, Co. Devon, now dissolved, all of which said Richard and Nicholas by their deed granted to said John.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/314  3 April 1612

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Notification that whereas Maryon Hayman of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, widow, Philip Cole of same, Mercer, and Jane his wife, now stand seised for the lives of said Maryon and Jane of those lands, marsh and grounds called Lewes his marish, of one close of land next thereunto adjoining, all within the Manor of Wolborough (the immediate reversion thereof belonging to Richard Reynell of Ford in same Co. Esq.) the said Maryon, Philip and Jane, have surrendered to the said Richard Reynell all the above premises, with all deedsm evidences, and writings, concerning them.
Dated 3 Apr. 10 Jas. I. 1612.
Tags for 3 Seals. Parts of 2 Seals remain.
Wits. John Seyward.
Tho; Beeird.
George Trosse.
William Wislake.
Endorsed. The surrender of Lewes Marshes to R. Reynell, Esq.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/315  nd

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POWDERHAM.
Charter of John, Lord of Powderham, granting in exchange to John de Cheverston, half an acre of his meadow near Le Fosse, except two virgates of land in length and one virgate in breadth, viz, each virgate containing in length 18 feet; to hold to John de Cheverston his heirs and assigns the said meadow as contained in the metes and bounds. And for this half acre John de Cheverston gives in exchange to John de Powderham a similar amount of his land near his garden at Ekeswelle in the upper part of the marsh of the said John de Powderham.
Wits. Walter de Breyngton.
Alexander de Okeston.
Robert de Willesworthy.
Jallanus de Molendinis.
Richard de Chaldewelle.
Undated.
Tag for Seal.
Endorsed. A deed of change of land in Powderham with Sir John Chiverston.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/316  23 April 1305

Contents:
POWDERHAM.
In the 33rd year of King Edward (1305) in the Feast of St. George the Martyr, it was agreed between John de Poudreham and John de Cheveriston as to various disagreements between them as to the ditches (forsata) in the marsh of Poudreham and elsewhere in the same Manor, viz, that whenever either of them should please to erect a new ditch or amend an old one in the said marsh, they might place the head of the ditch or ditches upon the land of the other or join it to an old ditch as seemed best, without contradiction by the other, and that John de Cheveriston should make for John de Poudreham before the Feast of All Saints following a larger and convenient way, to endure for ever, to lead his carts to his meadow at all times of the year, between the meadow of John de Cheveriston at La Fosse and the water course which runs to the mill at Poudreham near the aldergrove of Roger de Molendino on the east side of the bridge of La Fosse.
Wits. Walter de Breynton.
Alexander de Oxton.
Robert de Wylesworth.
Geoffrey le Botour.
Richard de Chaldewyll.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/317  Mich. 1530 - Mich. 1531
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY TRACEY
Account Roll of Langallor.? (Langallos)
Account of John Glanfyld, reeve there from Mich. 22 Hen. 8. (1530) to Mich. 23 Hen. 8. (1531)
Rents of assiye amounting to 110s. 6d.
Defect of rent of one tenement in Chapell which John Phylippe lately held for a term, 3s. 4d.
Endorsed. The Manor of Langello, 22 Hen. 8.
Langaller in Bovey Tracey.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/318  6 February 1550

Contents:
BOVEY, North.
Charter of John Exlyghe ?. of Asheberton, granting to Stephen Comyng of Weke a third part of a tenement called Keraway and all his lands and tenements in the village of Northebovy in the said Manor (sic); to hold of the chief lord of the fee for rent and services due.
Attorneys:- Stephen Tapper.
William Crowt. ?.
Wits:- George Dabernon.
John Northwaye.
Thomas Serell of Wodlond.
Symon Comyng.
Walter Warrayn.
Dated 6 Feb. 4 Edw. 6. (1550)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/319  c. 1550

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
To the Right Worshipful Mr Richard Bennell Esquier, at his house in Exon theise.
In most humble manner Shewett unto your Worship whereas you have a tenement in Newton Bushell in the which one Richard Leare now inhabiteth in your demesne as of fee and the which one John Clearke deceased aliened unto one Mr Bawleigh for a small sum of money, not half the value thereof, which the same John being only a tenant by the Curtesy in right of his wife, a tenant in tail, could not alien for that the wife of the said Clarke was only a tenant in tail by the devise of one Gobye and not otherwise, who devised unto one Pawlyn alias Simon the said tenement and to his heirs and for default of such issue unto one Thomasyne Pawlyn and her heirs, now true it is the said Pawlyn died without issue, unmarried after whose death by virtue of the said devise the same descended unto the said Thomasyne with another tenement next adjoining unto the same as by the probate of the said testament more plainly it doth and may appear out of the Most High Court of the Prerogative of Canterbury Proved P.C.C. 1550. 12 Coode. yet extant. Now may it please your Worship that the said wife of the said Clarke was the heir in tail unto the said Thomasyne and was thereunto by the Sheriff lawfully possessed by virtue of the devise afore-mentioned in whom right without the consent of his said wife the said Clarke unto the said Mr Rawleigh did make his alien and that only by deed indented without either fine or recovery of him the said Clarke or of his wife in that behalf levied. Since which time the son and heir of the before named Mr Rawleigh as we understand aliened the same unto your Worship but by what conveyance we know not, also since the said time both the said Clarke and his wife are deceased leaving behind them three daughters, viz, Elizabeth, Mary, and Alice, since also the decease of the wife of the said Clarke is the said Elizabeth being the eldest married unto one Sheares and the said Mary unto one Hill, but the said Alice being the youngest of the said daughters and co-heirs is not yet married wherefore these your Worship's poor suppliants that are married are very poor and their husbands husbandmen, and the other a poor spinster, by reason wherefore they are not able to contend in law with such a worshipful man as your Worship is, and farther since that they have been advertised that your Worship to be indued with the fear of God and a good conscience have rather chosen to refer this their title into the hands of your Worship desiring your Worship's consideration of their right and interest into the place in question and afterwards to give unto your poor suppliants some valuable consideration for the same, whereby they may buy some poor cottage to rest themselves in their old ages or otherwise that your Worship would refer the same unto the right Worshipful Mr Richard Rennell of Credywidger Esq, at the next assizes for this County of Devon or to any other gentleman of worship whatsoever who may without suit of law determine the same. That not else at present farther to trouble your Worship's patience but in treating an answer from your Worship by this bearer Mary Hill and one of the sisters and co-heirs, and your Worship's pardon for our boldness, do for this time leave, committing your Worship to the protection of the Almighty, yet remain.
Your Worship's to be commanded in any service whatsoever.
Richard Sheares.
Thomas Hill.
Undated. Alice Clarke.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/320  c. 1550

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Memorandum, undated.
John Gobbie of Highweeke, Co. Devon, being seised of divers lands conveys the same by will, amongst which there was one tenement within the Parish of Newton Abbott, viz, one house, two gardens, and one meadowe, conveyed to one Thomasine Symons, alias Pawlyn, and her heirs; Thomasine being so thereof seised married one Wynson; Thomasine had issue by him Alce. Alce married John Clarke. Alce had issue by him Elizabeth, Marie, and Alce, who now claim the same as heirs at the common law to their mother Alce. John Clarke, the husband of the foresaid Alce, bargains and sells the same to Mr Rawley. Mr Rawley sold it to Mr Reynolds. Alce never levyed any fine for the same.
In the tenure of one Thos. Goldsmythe and purchased of one W.?. Somaster.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/321  16 March 1584

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
John Clarke and Alice his wife, by indenture dated 16 March, 26 Eliz. (1584) did bargain and sell to John Rawleigh Esq, one messuage or tenement and one garden in the Borough of Newton Abbott, between the lands there of the said John Rawleigh on the south and the lands of Richard Tuckinge in the east and north and the Queens Street there in the west, and also a close of land in the Borough of Newton Busshell between the lands there of Johane Yard widow, Robert Haywood, Richard Coyle, and Robert White, in the west and the land there of the Queen in the north and east and the way there leading from Sherborne Mills to the marsh, called the Millane, in the south, which one Thomasine Symons, alias Pawlyn, mother of the said Alice of late had of the gift of one John Gobby deceased, as by the last will and testament of the said John Gobby doth appear.
A Release from the said John Clarke and Alice unto the said John Rawleigh, 22 March, 26 Eliz.
A bond for performance of covenant.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/322  26 March, 1551
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Writing of William Symon, alias Paulyn, reciting that John Goby by his will dated 1 March, 1549, 4 Edw. 6. willed that Johanna his wife, after the death of said John Goby should enjoy for her life (inter alia) a messuage in the Borough of Newton Busshell in which Thomas Colyn now lives with a herb garden adjoining, with remainder after death of Johanna to the said William Symon his heirs and assigns for ever, and after John's death Johanna entered into the premises and was seised in her demesne as of free tenement, and witnessing that said William for 100s. now releases to said Johanna Goby all his right and interest in the premises.
Dated 26 March, 5 Edw. 6. (1551)
Endorsed. For the tenement in Newton Busshell sold to John Ralegh Esq.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/323  14 September 1568

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT
Indenture made 14 Sept, 10 Eliz. (1568) between Elizabeth Adams of the Borough of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, Widow, end John Ralygh of Forde, Co. Devon, Esq. witnessing that Elizabeth for £40. sells to John her tenement and burgages, shops, sellers, sailers, garden, orchards, and c. hereafter under written, viz., one tenement or burgage and the lands belonging now in the tenure of said Elizabeth in the Borough of Newton Abbott and one tenement or burgage, two shops, one orchard and two pieces of land, containing 1 acre, now in the tenure of John Graynfyld and Peternyll his wife, in the said Borough, together with all evidences and charters, and c. concerning the premises.
Wits. John R ?. Hayman.
Peter Balle.
Mathewe Sandeland.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/324  24 February 1533

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes)
Indenture made 24 Feb. 24 Hen. 8. (1533) between John Welshe of Cattanger, Co. Somerset, Esq, and John Browne of the town of Bristowe, Gent, whereby Welshe (for £55. 10s. 0d. to be paid for said John Welshe by John Browne to our Sovereign lord in his escheator for the debts of said John Welshe, for the payment of which debts the said John Browne and David Brooke stand bound with said John Welshe in 100 marks) sells to Browne his pasture land and tenement called Lowsles and Sart lying by Seggemore now in the holding of John Sawser at a yearly rent of 13s. 4d. and also a tenement and lands belonging now in the holding of Alexander Hobbes by the yearly rent of 26s. 8d. also a close called Longles now in the holding of Thomas Bond at a rent of 9s. and also 13 acres in Langford feld in the holding of John Cattell at a rent of 6s. also a close called Redfeld, parcel of the Manor of Cattager now in the holding of John Wever, otherwise called John Master, at a rent of 13s. 4d., with all charters and evidences relating to the same; provided that if John Welshe pays to the King in his escheator the said sum of £55. 10s. 0d. before last day of Easterterm next or else save harmless the said John Browne and David Brooke for the said bond of £100. the said sale shall be void and John Browne shall be seised of the premises to the use of John Welshe his heirs and assigns for ever, and if John Welshe keeps the covenants of this indenture, a bond wherein he is bound in £100. to John Browne shall be void.
Endorsed. Indenture between my Uncle Browne and my Father.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/325  10 February 1572

Contents:
SOMERSET (Various Parishes.)
Indenture made 10 Feb. 14 Eliz. (1572) between John Walshe, one of the Queenes Majestys of Comen plees (sic) on one part and Thomas Iseham of Ilbrewers, Co. Somerset, and my trustye sarvant (sic) Nycholas Sympson, Gentleman, of the other part, witnessing that whereas John Walshe has heretofore levied a fine to John Pyne and the said Nycholas Sympson of his Manor of Cathanger and of 20 messuages, 500 acres of land, 100 acres of meddowe, 300 acres of pasture and 100 acres of wood in Fyfett, Stowage and Corye Mallett and of common of pasture for all cattle in Sedgemore, this fine being levied to uses contained in a pair of indentures dated 5 June, 10 Eliz. (1568) made between said John Walshe and Edmond Ploden of Shiplake, Co. Berks, Esq, until such time as said John Walshe should declare other uses, and whereas said John Walshe did since the making of this indenture levy another fine of the said Manor to the said Edmond Ploden and Thomas Spilman Esq, and the said Thomas Iseham and Nycholas Sympson Gentlemen, which fine was to the uses contained in the former indenture.
John Walshe now declares that the said fines and the state of the said trustees in the Manor of Cathanger and a close called Cathanger Orcharde and the new enclosed ground adjoining, lately enclosed by William Johnson, deceased, and the ground enclosed by Nicholas Salysburye deceased, lying in the north east part of Fyfett feld and now in the tenure of John Marsfeld the younger, and the wood containing 7 acres now in the tenure of John Walshe and also the land, pasture, and wood, now in the tenure of Robert Brokehame, in the Parish of Fyfett, Co. Somerset, all which shall be to the use of said John Walshe and the heirs male of his body, and for default, to the use of Edward Seamor Esq, (son of Edward Seamor Knt and Dame Mary his late wife, daughter of the said John Walshe and Jane his wife late by deceased) Thomas Walshe, halfbrother of said John Walshe, Lucy Browghton, now wife of Thomas Browghton Esq, one of the sisters of John Walshe, George Salysburye, son of Anne Salysburye, decd, one other of the sisters of said John, and Anne Spylman, now wife of Thomas Spylman Esq, in tail male successively, with remainder in default to the right heirs of John Walshe. John retains power to alter the uses at any time.
Endorsed. The counterpayne of the covenants for Cathanger.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/326  10 October 1679
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Bond of Richard Weekes of Northweeke, Co. Devon, Esq, Thomas Northmore of Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, Gent, and (deleted) to Richard Duke Esq, Sheriff of Devon, in £40. dated 10 Oct. 1679.
Condition that Richard shall appear before the King in Chancery at Michaelmas next to answer the King for contempt.
Wits. Ric. Kelland.
Roger Andrew.
Signatures and Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/327  25 February 1678

Contents:
Master of the Rolls, Sir John Coell. Sir Sy. Baldwin.
Monday 25th Feb. 30 Chas II. (1678) between Richard Weekes Esq, complaintant and William Courtenay Bart, and Others, defendants.
Upon motion this present day made unto the Court by Mr Porter, being of the plaintiffs councill, it was prayed that a commission might issue into the Countey to take the answer, plea, or demurrer, of the defendants to the plaintiffs bill retornable the first retorne of the next term which is ordered accordingly.
Geo. Edwards.
Deputy Registrar.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/328  13 December 1679

Contents:
Lord Chancellor.
Saturday 13 Dec. 31 Chas. II. (1679) between Richard Weekes Esq. and William Courtney, Bart. and Others. Defendants.
Whereas by an order of 17 Feb. last for reasons therein contained it was ordered that the plaintiffs bill should stand absolutely dismissed out of this Court with the ordinary costs of 7 nobles ?. Now upon opening of the matter this day unto the Rt. Hon. the Lord High Chancellor of England, by Mr Whitelocke being of the plaintiffs councel in the presence of Mr Hutchins being of the defendants counsel, several reasons were offered by the said plaintiffs counsel for retaining of the said bill suggesting the same to be irregularly dismissed but upon hearing of said defendants counsel and what would be alleged on either side his Lordship declared that the said bill was well dismissed and therefore doth soe order that the same do stand and be absolutely dismissed.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/329  18 June 1597

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Deed of John Drewe of Forde, Co. Devon, Gent, reciting that whereas there are two thirds of the Manor of Wolboroughe assured and conveyed to Hughe Fortescue Esq, i.e., one third by said John Drewe and Susan his wife, assured to Hugh in fee simple by deed dated 22 Apr. 38 Eliz. (1596) and the other third conveyed to Hugh by Sir William Courtney, Knt, for a term of years, the true meaning of both which conveyances was to discharge and satisfy said Hugh and Robert Dillon of Chymwell, Co. Devon, Esq, for such bonds as they have entered into for the debts of said John Drewe, and that said John has requested said Hugh and Robert to discharge certain of his debts and has seen a account or reckoning of such bond and debts as Hugh and Robert have paid and allows the same to be just and true and considering the greatness of the debts and the great interest which Hugh and Robert will have to pay for Drewe if the same be not speedily prevented, and because said Hugh cannot raise sufficient money by letting the two thirds of the Manor of Wolborough to satisfy him and Robert for the £1561. 11s. 0d. and the interest on sums paid by them, John hereby authorises Hugh to sell the following parcels of the Manor, in fee simple as to one third and for a term of years as to the other, viz., the Midde Parke, Longe Parke, Samford Meadowe, the Easter Crosse Parkes, the Wester Crosse Parke, Crosse Parke Meadow, Hurst Parke, Willwoode, Popes Ground, another close of Popes Ground, Gothames grounde, six closes of ground let to Ralphe Martyn, Pytt Parke, the Commons of Brounden, the three Bargaynes of Ford in Mistress Anne Rawleigh's jointure, three pieces of ground called Rudges and Wolborough Meadowe, and all the houses and buildings and garden in the occupation of said Anne Rawleigh, and forasmuch as Drewe certainly knows that said Hugh cannot otherwise sell the two parts afore mentioned, he hereby desires him to sell the two parts of the said parcels to the said Robert Dillon and desires Robert to buy them, in full satisfaction of the above mentioned sum.
Signature of Robert Dyllon.
Wits. Rych. Hels.
Gregory Gove.
Rychard Hayman.
John Stonynge.
Fragment of Seal.
Dated 18 June. 39 Eliz. (1597)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/330  2 September 1618

The document is worn in the centre.

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Writing of Willyam Trosse of St. Davids, Exeter, Yeoman, whereby he surrenders to Richard Reynell of Ford, Co. Devon, Esq, all his right in a messuage and tenement in the Borough of Newton Abbott now or late in tenure of said Willyam Trosse and sometime heretofore in the occupation of Thomas Paige.
Dated 2 Sept. 1618.
Wits. George Trosse.
Peter Ball.
Benedict Forde.
Endorsed. Mr Trosses's lease of a house in Newton surrendered.
Broken Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/331  10 March 1604

The document is injured by damp.

Contents:
Letters Patent dated 10 March, 1 Jas. I. (1604) granting a general pardon to Richard Reynell of London, Esq, by whatever name or description he may be known.
Great Seal in good condition.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/332  23 June 1602
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? BUCKLAND IN THE MOOR; MOLTON, South; NEWTON ABBOT
Exemplification dated 23 June. 44 Eliz. (1602) of recoveries dated Trin. and Hil. 44 Eliz. and Mich. 43 and 44 Eliz. whereby John Scawen recovered against Richard Reynell, Esq. one third of the Manor of Woolborroughe and of 30 messuages, 30 tofts, 3 mills, 30 gardens, 500 acres of land, 200 acres meadow, 500 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood, 200 acres of furze and heath, 200 acres of moor and 60s. rent in Woolborroughe, Maynbowe, Highweeke, alias Hilweeke, Gaverocke, Ilsington, Southmolton, Ford, Newton Abbott and Buckland, and a third part of a fishery in the water of Tinge.
Vouchee. John Drewe and Susanna, his wife, who call Thomas Drewe, who calls Richard Humfrey.
Attorneys. John Wotton.
Thomas Stephens.
Thomas Heale, Esq, Sheriff of Devon.
Great Seal. Slightly broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/333  10 May 1571
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? BUCKLAND IN THE MOOR; NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 10 May, 13 Eliz. (1571) granting licence for 20s. 7d. paid in the hanaper, to Thomas Marshall, Gent, and Elizabeth his wife, one of the sisters and co-heirs of Richard Gaverock, deceased, to alienate to John Heale, Gent, and Giles Ball, Hent, a third part of the Manor of Wolboroughe with appurtenances in Wolboroughe and Buckland, Co. Devon, and of 20 messuages, 20 gardens, 2 water mills, 500 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 100 acres of furze and heath, in Wolboroughe and a free fishery in the Water of Tynge, and also a third part of 6 messuages, 6 gardens, 200 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, in Ford, Co. Devon, held of the Queen in chief.
Paid 20s. 7d. for fine. T. ?. Cotton.
Paid 20s. 4d. for seal. T. ?. Cotton.
Paid 4s. 2d. for enrolment. T. ?. Cotton.
A note (in different hand). John Welshe, junr,....... Thomas Huych ?.
Endorsed. A licence of alienation from Marshall and wife to Heal and wife, of 1/3rd. of Woolborough.
Bacon.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/334  10 May 1571

Contents:
? BUCKLAND IN THE MOOR; ILSINGTON; MOLTON, SOUTH; NENTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 10 May, 13 Eliz. (1571) between Thomas Marshall, Gent, and Elizabeth his wife, one of the sisters and co-heirs of Richard Gaverocke, Gent, deceased, on one part and John Hele and Gylys Ball, Gentlemen, on the other part, witnessing that it is agreed between the parties that Thomas and Elizabeth do agree before Christmas next to levy a fine to John and Gylys of all the lands of the inheritance of said Elizabeth by the name of the third part of the Manor of Wolberoughe and a third part of 30 messuages, 20 cottages, 3 water mills, 30 gardens, 20 orchards, 1000 acres of land, 380 acres of meadow, 440 acres of pasture and 120 acres of wood, 320 acres of heath and furze, £3. rent and of free fishing in the Water of Tynge in Wolborough, Forde Mainbowe, the Parish of Hiwicke, Gaverock, Ilsington, South Molton, Nuton Abbot and Buckland, and it is agreed that the fine shall be to the use of said Thomas and Elizabeth and their issue male and in default to the issue male of Thomas, with remainder in default to John Marshall, Gent, brother of said Thomas, and John Marshall, Gent, uncle of said Thomas in tail male successively, with remainder in default to the right heir of Thomas Marshall.
Wits. Loye Echarde.
John Yorke.
George Colcott.
Geo. Baron.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/335  2 September 1618
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of William Trosse of St. Davids in Exeter, Yeoman, to Richard Reynell of Ford, in Parish of Woolboroughe, Co. Devon, Esq, in £100. dated 2 Sept 1618.
Condition that Reynell shall hold and enjoy a messuage or tenement in the Borough of Newton Abbott now or late in the occupation of Trosse called Paiges House, without molestation by John Trosse of City of Exeter, father of above-bound William Trosse, by reason of any demise or grant heretofore made by Richard Beynell to John Trosse of the said premises, and that William Trosse shall acquit Richard Beynell of all covenants, andc, contained in a pair of indentures dated 3 Jan. 13 Jas. I. (1616) between John Trosse and William Trosse concerning the premises.
Wits. Geo. Trosse.
Ferdinando Crymes.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/336  12 June 1603

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 12 June, 1 Jas. I. ((1603) between Nicholas Hayse of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, Dyer, and Richard Reynell of London, Esq, and Lucy his wife, witnessing that Nicholas sells to Richard Reynell and Lucy a messuage and tenement and a close of land behind this messuage containing 1 acre in the Borough of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, and another close called Foxwell or Voxwell, containing 1 acre in the Borough of Newton Bushell in the Parish of Heighweeke, all which premises now oe lately were in the tenure of said Nicholas Haies.
Wits. William Martyn.
Tho. Poyntington.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/337  24 June 1602

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Writing of Thomas Marshall of Teyngrace, Co. Devon, Gent, reciting that Hugh Fortescue of Wayer, Co. Devon, Esq, now deceased (at the earnest entreaty of John Drew of Ford, Gent, and of Susanna his wife, and with the agreement of Robert Dyllon late of Chymwell, Esq, by deed dated 28 Sept. 41 Eliz. (1599) did grant to Sir Thomas Ridgway, Knight, by the name of Thomas Ridgway of Torre, Co. Devon, Esq, under a rent of 8s. 6d. payable to Hugh Fortescue, a third of a messuage and tenement on West wood being parcel of the Manor of Wolbrough and then in the tenure of Robert Babb and a third of land, andc, called West wood which then were severed and divided in the several tenures of William Randall, Robert Lewys, George Lewys, John Bond, James Brice, Richard Lewis, Thomas Leer, and said Robert Babb, which were likewise parcel of Manor of Wolbrough, and that said Hugh for £60. paid by Sir Thomas Ridgway by appointment and for the debt of said John Drew, did by another deed of like date assign to Sir Thomas by the name of Thomas Ridgway, Esq, the said premises and all Hugh's right in them under a fine, East 32, Eliz, between John Dottyn, plaintiff and Thomas Marshall defendant, and by other deeds; and witnessing that Thomas Marshall now releases to said Sir Thomas Ridgway any right he may have in the said premises.
Dated. 24 June, 44 Eliz. 1602.
Wits. John Stowckey.
John Darke. ?.
Sealed and delivered to John Stowckey to the use of Sir Thomas Rowdgway, 20 Sept.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/338  5 July 1543

This deed is much damaged by damp and part of the left side has disappeared.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Letters Patent dated 5. ?. July, 35 Hen. 8. (1543) granting licence to Richard Andrewes of Hayles, Co. Gloucester, Esq, and Nicholas....... to alienate to John Gaverocke a messuage and tenement late in tenure of Thomas Gaverocke and afterwards....... Gaverocke, another messuage and tenement now or late in tenure of said John Gaverocke, another messuage and tenement...... Nicholas Huchyn, and others in tenure of Richard Mylwarde, John Glberde and Gervasse Ilberde, in Forde in Parish of Wolburrough, Co. Devon, once belonging to the Monastery of Worre, now dissolved, and held of the King in chief.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/339  6 January 1546

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 6 Jan. 37 Hen. 8. (1546) between John Gaverok, Gent, and William Hylhay, whereby John for £36. 13. 4d. sells to William his tenement barber, and garden, with a brewhouse belonging, in the Borough of Newton Abbott, Co. Devon, which Thomas lewys now holds at will and lives there, between the lands of the said William on the East and the lands of the King, now in the tenure of John Sevegar on the West, and the land of John Babbe the elder, called Cookshyll, on the South, and the Kings Street on the North; and also 4 meadows in the Borough of Newton Busshell which the said William Hylhay now holds, whereof two lie between the land late of one Reede and now Thomas Yarde, Esq, on the West, and the lands late of John Harper on the East, and the lane coming from the mills of the said Thomas Yarde on the South, and the two other meadows lie under certain land called the Knolls now in the tenure of John Fursland in the East and North and the land of the Feoffees of Wike in the West and the lands of John Bodlegh in the South, together with all deeds and evidences relating to the premises.
John Gaverock undertakes to acquit William of the dower of Johan, now wife of said John Gaverock, which is charged on the estate.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/340  9 February 1590

Contents:
? BUCKLAND in the MOOR; HUISH, South; ILSINGTON; MOLTON, South; NEWTON ABBOT.
Indenture made 9 Feb. 32 Eliz. (1590) between Thomas Marshall of Tingrase, Co. Devon, Gent, and John Dottinge of Ippelpen, Co. Devon, Yeoman, reciting that Thomas is indebted to John in the sum of £480. to be paid at John's house at Ippelpen by instalments (specified) and recording an agreement that Thomas shall levy a fine to John of a third of the Manor of Woulboroughe and of 30 messuages, 20 cottages, 3 water mills, 30 gardens, 20 orchards, 1000 acres of land, 380 acres of meadow, 840 acres of pasture, 120 acres of wood, 320 acres of furze and heath, and £3. rent in Woulbourough, Ford, Manbowe, in the Parishes of St. Huyck, ?. Gaveryck, Ilsington, Southmolton, Newton Abbott and Buckland, and of free fishing in the river of Tynge, the fine to be to the use of Thomas, until he makes default in payment of any of the instalments due to Dottinge and immediately after such default, the fine to be to the use of Dottinge for 1000 years.
Wits. Peter Feryman ?.
William Dowricke.
Zacharia Irishe.
Edward Norton.
Tag for seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/341  18 April 1634
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters of Probate in Prerogation Court of Canterbury of the will of Sir Richard Reynell, Knt, of Ford, Co. Devon, granted 18 Apr. 1634, to Lady Lucy Reynell, relict of deceased.
Edmund Woodhall. Registrar.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/342  23 October 1605
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BUCKLAND in the MOOR; COFFINSWELL; [...] COMBETH TEIGNHEAD; HUISH, South; ILSINGTON; MOLTON, South; NEWTON ABBOT; ? WIDECOMBE in the MeCR.
Exemplification dated 23 Oct. 3 Jas. I. (1605) of a fine dated Mich. 3 Jas. I. whereby Nicholas Hayman, Gent, and Robert Hayman, Gent, and Grace his wife, convey to Richard Reynell, Esq, a third part of the Manor of Wolboroughe and of 40 messuages, 3 water mills, 40 gardens, 40 orchards, 1000 acres of land, 400 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 600 acres of furze and heath, 100 acres of marsh, and 40s. rent in Wolboroughe, Combyntinhedd, Buckland, Wedycombe, Ilsington, Hewicke, Newton Abbotte, Forde, Gaverocke, Maynbowe, Rowses Hill, Southmolton and Coffinswell, and a third of a free fishery in the water of Tynge.
Warranty against heirs of Nicholas.
Fragment of seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/343  20 November 1503
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Charter of Richard Majour granting to Robert Dune a house with garden adjoining and a close of land in the Borough of Southmolton, the house being in South strete between the tenement of the heir of Thomas Molford on South and the tenement late of Thomas Russell on the North and the High Street there on the East and the land late of William Smyth on the West, and the close is at Nadderlane between the tenement late of John Burler on the east and the land of the heirs of William Cortyn on the South, the land of John Soper on the west and the said road called Nadder Lane on the north.
Attorneys. John Honte.
John Smyth.
Wits. Robert Grene. Reeve of the Borough.
Hugh Culme.
Thomas Heys.
John Combe.
David Chalnecombe.
Dated 20 Nov. 19 Hen. 7. (1503)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/344  8 August 1505

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Charter of Robert Donne granting to John Scottysham a house with garden and a close of land in the Borough of South Molton, described as in No. 343.
Attorneys. Roger Thorne.
Thomas Shapton.
Wits. Robert Hunte, then Reeve of the Borough.
Hugh Culme.
John Combe.
John Hunte.
John Calard.
Dated 8 Aug. £20 Hen. 7. (1505)
Tag for seal. (now missing)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/345  12 April 1557
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Charter of Richard Byllyng and Johanna his wife, granting to Richard Fortescue Esq, and John Gaverocke (for £20) all their messuages, land and tenements, and c, in Parish of South Molton.
Attorneys:- Andrew Hacche.
Digory Carwythyen.
Dated 12 Apr. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. (1557)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/346  7 February 1489
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Grant by John Morleys, William Clotteworthe, John Soper, Thomas Honte, John Clotworthe, John Webber, Thomas Molforde, Richard Paulyn, John Bolham and John Hollocombe to Richard Major of one house in the Borough of Southemolton lying between the land of Thomas Molforde next on the South and the land of Richard Croppe next on the North and the highway on the East and the land of William Smithe on the West, and also of one close of land lying between the land of John Borler on the East and the land of William Sartyn on South and the land of John Soper on West end the highway on the North; to hold at a rent of 12s. 4d. payable to the grantors, who retain the right to distrain for rent.
Wits. Robert Grene. then Reeve of the Borough.
Hugh Culme.
Richard Honte.
Dated 7 Feb. 4 Hen. 7. (1489)
7 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/347  20 September 1557

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Indenture made 20 Sept. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary (1557) between Richarde Byllyng and Johan his wife, and John Gaverocke, Gent, whereby Richarde and Johan sell to John their land, tenements, and c, in the Parish of South Molton or Borough of the same, which late was the inheritance of John Scottysham, father of said Johan, and all the other lands of Richarde and Johan in South Molton, with all deeds and muniments relating to the same.
Wits:- Remund Northlegh.
John Blacheford.
William Cornewe.
Robert Yoldon.
John Combe.
John Renordon.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/348  29 September 1557
Language:  Latin

Contents:
MOLTON, South.
Writing of John Gaverocke, Gent, releasing to Richard Byllyng and Joane his wife, all his messuages, land and tenements, in South Molton and in Borough of South Molton, for 60 years if said Richard and Joan so long live, to hold at a rent of 1d.
Wits. Remund Northlegh.
John Blacheford.
Robert Yoldon.
William Cornewe.
John Come.
Robert Renordon.
Dated 29 Sept. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. (1557)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/349  [1440 x 1441.]
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NORTHLEW.
Charter of Robert Glamvyld of Nytherlake granting to John Kympe of Haneburgh and John Elys of Holdysworthy, all his messuages, land and tenements in Nytherlake in the Manor of Northliew.
Wits. John Chagysty.
Richard Welywrought.
John Pawlyn.
Dated Northliew 19 Hen 6. (1440) (no day of month given)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/350  1 June 1609

Contents:
NORTHLEW.
Indenture made 1 June. 7 Jas. I. (1609) between Robert Burdon of Highheaunton, Co. Devon, Gent, and William Glandfilde, otherwise Hutchyn, of Northlewe, Yeoman, on one part and Christopher Lamacrafte of Ken, Gent, and Hanyball Gydley of Northlewe, Gent, on the other part, witnessing that whereas said William Glandfild now holds half a tenement called Lower Lake in Northlewe for a term of years determinable on the lives of Mary and Martha Glandfilde, otherwise Hutchyn, daughters of said William, the reversion, freehold, and fee thereof, belonging to said Robert Burdon, and whereas said Hanyball Gydley now holds the other half of the said tenement, for a term of years determinable on the lives of said Hanyball, William Gydley and John Gydlegh, sons of said Hanyball, the reversion and fee belonging to said Christopher Lamacrafte, the said parties for a partition to be made between them both of the inheritance and the possession of the tenement have agreed together as follows:-
Hanyball and Christopher to have as their part of the tenement the halhowse with the entry, the chamber over the entry, the little chamber beneath the entry, the kitchen, the shippen and half the waynehouse in the wester end thereof, the orchard, a close called the Nethentowne, with the lane above the Nethentowne, that is to say the pasture, soil and inheritance thereof, saving the use and occupation of the way therein to ride, go and drive, and and c, at all times in and through the same lane, another close called the lower Gratten, the Greate Meadowe, the little close be-west the lane leading from Lewebowne towards Crowden, the Wester Broomedowne and the ham and half the trees now growing in the little haye otherwise called the Okehaye, (two ashes now growing there and marked excepted).
William Glanfilde and Robert Burden shall have for their part the howse at the East end of the hall there called the parler, with the chamber over, one little lynnye howse going out of the parler, the barne, the stable, the bullocke howse and half the waynehouse, being the easter part thereof, a close called the Eastentowne, with the West hedge of the same and the hedge in the lower end thereof lying on the West side and on the North side of the said close, with lawful and sufficient troughes on the outsides of either of the said hedges, i.e., on the West and North sides for the maintenance and repair of the hedges, a plot of land called the Little-haye or Okehaye, being above the stable and the old waynhouse, and the half of all trees there now growing, the same plot of land to be inclosed with a quickset hedge on the West side thereof, and of the two great oaks growing on the West side of the waynhouse, leaving a sufficient way for all manner of carriages of the West part of the said hedge so to be made; other closes called Syngeparke, Higher Gratten, the Easter-broomedowne, the ham meadowe, the landen meadowe, and the Bunenhaye, with a lawful and sufficient way in the lane above the Nethentowne until it come to the Higher Gratten and from the Higher Gratten to the Lower Gratten on the East side thereof till they come into the highway, to drive, go, carry, and c, at all times, the said Robert and William to repair and maintain a yeate between the two Grattens and another yeate between the lower Tratten and the highway, both of them on the East side of the two Grattens, and William and Robert shall have a convenient watercourse to run from the Townplace there through the lane above the Nethertowne to be brought into the higher Gratten as often as they please when it shall come to their turn to go in the troughe of the part of the said Christopher and Hanyball or by dycking or drawing of a furrow in any part of the lane without impediment by Hanyball or Christopher.
It is agreed that all the hedges of any of the land and ground parted as aforesaid being East towards the land or ground or either part shall be maintained by the occupiers of the same lands of either part to which the same is so East except the Eastentowne hedges and the Okehaye hedge before already limited and expressed and that one yeate at the head of the Neathentowne against the townplace and another yeate at the West end of the highway which leadeth through the said tenement towards Crowden shall be always made and repaired by the tenants and occupiers of the part of said Hanyball and Christopher, and that one other yeate at the East end of the said highway standing by the Sanctuarie ground and also one other yeate in the Nethentowne at the higher end of the Higher Gratten at the East end of the lane of the Nethentowne shall be repaired by the tenants and occupiers of the part of William and Robert, and that the said lane and highway leading through the tenement towards Crowden, concerning the inheritance, soil and pasture thereof, shall remain in common between the said parties, as heretofore it hath been, and that the courtledge and townplace shall also remain in common to both parties, as it was before this partition, saving that the lord or tenant of either part may erect any new house or enlarge any old house in the townplace, so being common, without molestation by the tenant or occupier of the other part, and the town yeate shall be maintained in common, and the pool in the towneplace by the Bunehaye hedge and the floote for the making of the worthe, and also the floote of the towneplace or any other comodity of water which may be brought through the towneplace by any means, that the tenants of one part shall have it wholly one year and the tenants of the other part the next year and so to continue by turn for ever; trees belonging to the tenant of one part which stand upon the land of the other must be felled at convenient times within 10 years or they will remain to the owner of the land on which they stand; the rents and services due to the lord of the fee shall be equally paid by each party.
Wits. Arthur Ga ........
....... Hawkins ?.
Leonard Northlegh.
William Medland.
William Babb.
2 tags for seals. (now disappeared)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/351  17 January 1550

Document much injured by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
EXETER (St. Leonards.)
Writing of William Totthyll, Citizen of Exeter, reciting that Richard Hyll, the Master or Prior of the Hospital of St. John Baptist within the Eastgate of the City, with the consent of the Convent, by their deed dated 30 Dec. 14 Hen. 8. (1522) granted to the said William and Elizabeth his wife, a house, barn, 6 closes of land, in the Manor of Bokerell called Madeworthye, to hold for 99 years; and granting her right in the premises to his son Geoffrey Totthyll.
Dated 17 Jan. 3 Edw. 6. (1550)
Wits. Thomas Hore ?.
........ Marshall.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/352  3 February 1640
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Bond of Thomas Tapley of Paignton, Yeoman, to Lady Lucy Reynell of Forde, in Parish of Wolboroughe, in £200. dated 3 Feb. 1640.
Condition that Thomas shall keep the covenants of a pair of indentures of the above date between said Thomas on one part and William Stowell, Gent, and Lady Lucy Reynell on the other.
Wits: Wm. Stowell.
Geo. Trosse.
Peter Bownd.
Geoffrey Sweetland.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/353  Hilary 1672

In two pieces. Injured by damp.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CORNWALL
Final Concord dated Hil. 23. Chas II. (1671) whereby William Inch Esq, and Johanna his wife, and Stephen Pendarves and Mary his wife, convey to William Glyde, 3 messuages, 3 gardens, land and meadow, in Trehill, Tregellest, Pendeggett ?. Trentenny, alias, Foxhall ?. and Higher St. Tewe ?.
Warranty against heirs of William Inch and Stephen.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/354A and B  Easter 1666

2 Copies.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY; NORTHLEW.
Final Concord dated East. 18. Chas II. (1666) whereby Richard Roleston and Mary his wife, convey to John Langdon Jnr, Gent, a messuage, garden, orchard, 18 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow and 2 acres of furze and heath, and half of one courtlege, 30 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 30 acres of furze and heath, and 20 acres of more, in Lowerlake, Southcombe, alias Southacombe, Northlewe and Holdisworthy, alias Holesworthy.
Quit claim by Richard and Mary and heirs of Mary.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/355  Easter 1696
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HOLSWORTHY; NORTHLEW.
Final Concord dated East. 8 Will. III. (1696) whereby Stephen Paw, Gent, and Elizabeth his wife, grant to John Langdon, Gent, one messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 18 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 2 acres of furze and heath, and half of one curtilage, 30 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 30 acres of furze and heath, and 20 acres of more, in Lower Lake, Southcombe, alias Southacombe, Northlewe and Holdisworthy, alias Holesworthy.
Warranty against heirs of Elizabeth.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/356  Easter 1629
Language:  Latin

Contents:
NEWTON ABBOT.
Final Concord dated East. 5 Chas. I. (1629-30) whereby Walter Furseland, Gent, and Honora his wife, convey to John Tapper one messuage, one orchard, 3 acres of meadow, and 10 acres of pasture, in Highweek.
Warranty against heirs of Walter.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/357  28 March 1426
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, North.
To the Court of North Bovy held there Tuesday before Feast of St. Ambrose, 4 Hen. 6. (1425-6) came William Tapper, son of John Tapper and of Agnes his wife, and gave a fine for an inquisition to hold enquiry as to his right in one ferling of land in Haywode and Bytwynelete in the Manor of North Bovy and in a house called the Nywehous and a croft of arable land containing 1½ acres and a house called La Smytth with a plot of land in North Bovy, of all of which said John Tapper and Agnes his wife died seised as in right of Agnes; an inquisition was taken by oath of John Michell, Henry Nyweton, John Langedon, John Ylbert, Thomas Pethebrigge, William Groos, John Yoldon, Walter Michell, John Comyns, Geoffrey Ylbert, Richard Curnes and William Macy, who say on oath that a certain Richard de la Lane, son of Thomas Mapelston, was seised in fee simple of the said ferling of land in Haywode and Bytwnyelete in the Manor of North Bovy and the Nywehous and croft and La Smyth and the plot of land in North Bovy and the said Richard married Johan and had issue John and Peter and said Richard died seised of the premises after whose death the said John entered the premises as son and heir of Richard and took a certain Agnes as his concubine and had issue by her Richard Lane, a bastard, and John afterwards married Agnes and had issue Agnes and John died seised of the premises as his daughter and heir Peter, brother of John, married Rose and had issue Agnes. Agnes daughter of John died seised of the premises and Agnes daughter of Peter entered into the premises as kinswoman and heir of Agnes daughter of John; and Agnes daughter of Peter married John Tapper and had issue said William Tapper and the said John Tapper and Agnes died seised of the premises, held as in right of Agnes and William entered as son and heir of John and Agnes, and thereupon William was accepted as tenant and did fealty.
The seals of John Assh, Steward of the Earl of Warwick in Co. Devon, and the seals of the said Jurors are appended.
"Data per copiam".
Parts of 5 seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/358  31 August 1559
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CHAGFORD; TAWTON, South.
Charter of Richard Loskey granting (for £104) to Sir John Whiddon, Knt, his messuages, land and tenements called Woode in the Manor of Southteynge and in the Parish of Chagforde, and his half or share of premises called Dyscombe in Parish of South Tawton, and his other tenements in South Tawton, and also a tenement in the Village of Chagford on the North side of the tenement of the Lord of the Manor of Chagford called the Shamels and in the West side of the tenement of said Sir John Whiddon and on the East side of the tenement of John Forde, Esq. and on Southside of the tenement of John Penycote, together with all Charters, deeds and evidences relating to the premises.
Attorneys. William Cornewe.
John Hunt. Sub-bailiff and Minister of the Manor of Southteynge.
Wits. Edward Whiddon, Gent.
John Newcombe.
William Cornewe.
William Smyth.
Dated last day of Aug. 1 Eliz. (1559)
Broken seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/359  30 June 1556
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRADFORD; BRUSHFORD; CHAGFORD; EGGESFORD; MATHERLEIGH; OKEHAMPTON; TAWTON, North; ZEAL MONACHORUM.
Writing of Sir William Kaylway of Rockeborne, Co. Southton, Knt, whereby in performance of an agreement specified in indentures made between said Sir William and John Haydon of Otery St. Mary, Gent, dated 30 June, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary (1556), Sir William grants to said John his Manors, messuages, land and tenements, and c, in Northtawton, Mounckeokehampton, Hatherlegh, Brussheford, Monckynzele, Eggysford, Teyngcombe, Chaggeford, Bradeworthy, Okeford, or elsewhere, in Co. Devon, and the patronage of the Rectory of Monckeokehampton.
Attorneys. John Yeco. Gent.
John Hoper.
Dated 4 Aug. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. (1556)
Broken seal.
Possession was taken by John Yeo, Gent. one of the Attorneys and was delivered by him 9 Sept. in the presence of:-
William Homberstone, Esq.
Edward Fursse, of Okehampton.
John Cole, Jnr. of Okehampton
Richard Roggers.
John Payne.
Christopher Vyvyan.
William Venton.
John Arnold.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/360  21 December 1552
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
HONITON.
Bond of Sir Hugh Pollard of Crylston, Co. Devon, Knt, and Lewes Pollard, Esq, son and heir apparent of said Hugh, to Walter Northcote of Credyton, Gent, in £400. dated 21 Dec. 6 Edw. 6. (1552)
Condition that Sir Hugh Pollard, Knt, and Lewes Pollard, Esq. shall before Feast of Nativity of St. John Baptist next, make a conveyance to Walter of messuages, land and tenements, in Parish of Honyton, the clear yearly value of which is £7. 7. 8.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/361  27 February 1585

Contents:
HONITON.
Indenture made 27 Feb. 27 Eliz. (1585) between Richard Gervys of Comberaleigh, Gent, and Thomas Warde the elder of Honyton, Mercer, whereby for £6. Richard sells to Thomas half a messuage or tenement, a barn, garden, and croft, containing 1 acre, now in occupation of said Thomas, in the Borough town or Parish of Honyton, lately purchased by said Richard Gervys of Alexander Gervys, Gent; together with all deeds, and c, relating to the premises.
A lease heretofore made of the premises to Katheryn now wife of said Thomas Warde and others, and the jointure of Ursula, now wife of John Weston, Esq, in the premises, are excepted.
Attorneys. Jerome Cowche.
Thomas Lyall.
Signature of Rycharde Jearvis.
Wits:- Thomas Liell.
William Aysche.
Richard Heller.
John Hellear.
Possession and seisin taken by Jeram Cowch and Thomas Liell and delivered to Thomas Ward, 3 March (1584)5), 27 Eliz. in the presence of Richard Heller, John Heller, John Goodden.
Endorsed. Mr Jarvis his grawnt to Warden of land in Honnyton which I have bought.
Dated 27 Feb. 1584.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/362  17 October 1570
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HONITON.
Writing of Richard Crosse of Honyton, Butcher, whereby for a fine of £16. 13. 4. he grants to Christopher Batston and Elena his wife, a tenement and curtilage with garden, in the Borough of Honyton on East side of the tenement of said Richard Crosse, which Robert Batston, father of said Christopher now inhabits, and also one acre of meadow in the Borough of Honyton between the lands of Richard Carwythem on the East and the lands of Walter Northcote on the South and the land of Richard Crosse on the West and the highway in the North, all of which Agnes Crosse, Widow, grandmother of Richard holds there; to hold for 41 years at a rent of 8s. Od., the tenants to keep premises in repair.
Dated 17 Oct. 12 Eliz. (1570)
Wits :- Richard Calmady. Gent.
John Tyrryll.
Nicholas Downe.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/363  8 November 1566

Contents:
HONITON.
Writing of Walter Northcote of....... Co. Devon,...... whereby for £20. he leases to William Hill and Andrew Gregory of Honyton, two tenements in Honyton, whereof one lies between the tenement and lands of Nicholas Aysshford, Esq, on the East side and the lands of said Walter Northcote on the West and South, and the Queen's highway on the North, and the other lies between the lands of Agnes Stremer on the East and the tenement of Agnes Broke on the West and the land of Nicholas Ayssford, Esq. on the South and the Queen's highway on the North (and the other tenement lying between the lands of Agnes Stemer on east; and the tenement of Agnes Broke on the west, and south, and the land of Nicholas Aysshford on the south and the Queen's highway on the north.) with an orchard to the same tenement belonging lying on the East part of Brokhill Bridge between the lands of the heirs of Sir William Courtney, Knt, in the South and East and the lands of John Broke on the North and also a close of land called Heathfild containing 7 acres in Honyton on the West side of Sterres Crosse and the Queen's highway on the East and North sides and the lands of Edward Ford Esq. deceased, on the South and West, which tenements, close, and other premises, are now in the occupation of said William Hill; to hold to William and Andrew for their lives at a rent of 20s. 8d. The tenants to repair the premises and to have sufficient timber for repairs and also firebote, and c. One of the lessees to live on the premises and they must not sublet any part of the premises except from year to year to pasture.
Attorneys. John Turrell.
John Haydon.
Dated 8 Nov. 8 Eliz. (1566)
Sealed and delivered 22 Nov. in presence of Gilbert Davye, John Northcote, Symon Moxhay, and Humphrey Borington.
2 Seals.
(The first line has been partly cut away)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/364  ? 1618-1619

This document is very fragile

Contents:
BRAUNTON, ST MARYCHURCH, ILSINGTON, WOOLBOROUGH
WILL of Richard Reynell of (?) Ford, Co. Devon, £20. to the poor of the Parish when I am buried and £20. to the poor of Woolborough and other Parishes adjoining according to the discretion of my executors.
All my tenements in St. Mary Church which I purchased of one Lorimer and my messuage and lands in Ilsington I give to my nephew Richard Reynell Esq, the son of my brother Sir Thomas Reynell, for 99 years. My Manor and Parsonage of Woolborough and my capital messuage called Ford and all messuages, land, and c, in the County of Devon (except my Manor of Brampton Abbott wherein my wife hath already an estate for her life) I bequeath to my dear and loving wife Lucia Reynell for life to the intent that she with the issues and profits shall pay my daughter Jane (?) the sum of £.. 0. 0. yearly for her maintenance (if she claim not the .............
After the death of my wife I bequeath the said Manor, Rectory lands, and tenements, together with the Manor of Brampton Abbott and the reversion thereof to the heirs male of my body upon the body of said Lucia begotten, and in default, to my daughter Jane for life and after her death to the heirs of her body, with remainder in default to my brother Sir Thomas Reynell and my brother Sir George Reynell, Knt, in tail male successively, with remainder to my own right heirs.
The tithes of Wolborough which Mr Stokes the preacher holdeth now for life, shall after his death be employed to the better maintenance of........ preaching in the Parish Church of Woolborough.
To my sister Martyn £10.
To my neece............. on her marriage,
To my brother Sir Thomas Reynell's children
......... To my brother Sir George Reynell's children.......... To Nicholas Turbervile £10. To Thomas Watchett (,) £10.......... to each of my other servants a year's wages.
My wife shall have my haye (,) in the High Street....... in the Close of Exeter and after her death my daughter Jane.
Residue to my wife, executrix.
(?) 16 Jas I. (1618-19)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/365  16 September 1433
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of Walter Burell granting to Simon Storm, Clerk, his tenement in Tavystok lying between the grantor's tenement on the North and a road with a bridge called Synt Mathubrygge on the South and the mill race on the East and the highway on the West; to hold for a rent of 3d.yearly to the chief Lord, provided that a wall between the grantor's tenements shall always serve as a common easement both for Walter and for Simon for supporting beams and that it shall be maintained at their common expense.
Wits:- John Colmystowe.
John Plente.
William Aysheforde.
Thomas Hubber.
Richard Durrant.
John Sachevyll.
Walter Swetyng, then Reeve of the Borough of Tavystok.
Dated at Tavystok. Wednesday next after Feast of Exaltation of Holy Cross, 12. Hen. 6. (1433)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/366  16 September 1433
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
A copy of D1508M/Moger/365.
Witnessed by:-
John Colmestorre.
John Plente.
Richard Esticote.
Thomas Cocke.
John Fity.
Thomas Hubber.
John Mason, then Reeve of Borough of Tavystock.
Dated at Tavystok, Sunday in Feast of St. Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist, 11. Hen. 6. (1432)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/367  7 March 1373
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Quitclaim by Lucas Wyndisore to John Mewy of Walradene, of all his claim in a tenement in Tavistoke between the tenement of the Abbot and Convent of Tavistoke on the South and the tenement late of William Stacy on the West, and la Churcheboghe on the East and the high street which leads from the gate of the Abbey of Tavistoke to la Mandeleyne on the North.
Wits:- Martin de Ferers.
John atte Forde.
Richard Drake.
John Drake.
Roger Brokere.
Richard Page.
Dated at Tavystoke, Monday next before Feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 47. Edw. III. (1373)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/368  30 September 1435
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Grant by Robert Honychurche to Simon [...] Storm, Clerk, of his cellar with solar above in Tavystok, between the tenement of Thomas Cocke on the South and Robert's tenement which John Honychurche holds of him on the North and the highway on the East; to hold at a rent of 3s. 4d. for the term of Simon's life.
Wits: John Honychurche.
Thomas Hubber.
Richard Durrant.
Walter Beard.
John Bocher.
Dated, Tavystok, Friday in morrow of Feast of St. Michael. 14. Hen. 6. (1435)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/369  30 September 1432
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of Walter Burell granting to Simon Storme, Clerk, a yearly rent of 13s. 4d. to be received for the life of Simon from Walter's messuages land and tenements in Tavystok into whomsoever hands they may come.
Dated at Tavystok, Tuesday next after Michaelmas Day 11 Henry (1432) (evidently Henry 6. is meant)
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/370  28 January 1470
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of Simon Storme, Clerk, granting to Richard Jele of Whitchurch his tenement in the Borough of Tavystok which he lately had by gift of Walter Pollard, Rector of Tavy St. Mary, Michael Hals, William Page of Plymouth and Richard Jele.
Wits:- John Sawle, Reeve of the Borough.
John Lybbe, Senior.
John Cole.
John Bury.
Richard Dorant.
Dated 28 January, 9. Edw. 4. (1470)
Seal with grass embedded.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/371  11 September 1433
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Quitclaim by Robert Honychurche to Simon Storm, Clerk, of all his claim in a tenement in the ville of Tavystok between the highway leading from Churchebowe towards the great bridge of the town on the North and the mill race of the mill on the East and a certain road with a bridge called Synt Mathubrygge on South and the highway....... there on the West, which tenement Walter Burell lately had by gift of John (or Joan) atte Wille.
Wits:- Richard Estacote.
John Plente.
Thomas Hubber.
William Ayssheforde.
Walter Swetyng, then Reeve of Borough of Tavystok.
Dated at Tavystok, Friday next after Feast of Nativity, B.V.M., 12. Hen. 6 (1433)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/372  6 February 1447
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Letters of Attorney of Roger Champernowne, Richard Hals and Thomas Storme, Clerk, appointing as their Attorneys Richard Tayle and John Lybba to deliver seisin of their tenement in Tavystok to Simon Storme, Clerk.
Wits:- John Tayle.
John Forde.
Thomas Malleburgh.
Dated, Monday next after Feast of Purification B. V. M., 25.Hen.6. (1447)
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/373  6 February 1447
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Grant by Roger Champernowne, Richard Hals and Thomas Storm, Clerk, to Simon Storme, Clerk, of their tenement in Favystok between the tenement of Walter Burell on the North and the high street on the West, the bridge called Synt Matheysbrugge on South and the race of the mills on the East.
Wits:- John Tayle.
John Forde.
Thomas Malleburgh.
Dated, Monday next after Purification B. V. M., 25. Hen. 6. (1447)
Seal and tags for 2 others.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/374  14 February 1470
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Grant by Simon Storme, Clerk, to Richard Jule of Whittechurche of all his tenement in Tavystok between the tenement of Walter Burell on the North and a road with a bridge called Synt Mathuysbrigge on the South and the mill, race of the mills on the East and the highway on the West; to hold at a rent of 3d. to the chief Lords of the Fee.
Wits:- John Saule.
John Fitz.
Richard (?) Dorant.
John Lybbe, Senior.
John Cole.
Dated at Tavystok, Wednesday in Feast of St. Valentine, 9. Edw. 4. (1470)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/375  8 May 1478
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Indenture made 8 May 18. Edw. 4. (1478) between Walter Jele of Peterystavy, Symone Jele, John Hawcombe, Roger Cake, John Radway and William Eggebear, on one part, and Richard Jele of Whitchurche and Johanna his wife, on the other part.
Witnessing that Walter, Symon, and the others, grant to Richard and Johanna a tenement in the ville of Tavystok which they lately had by gift of said Richard and which lies on the West side of the water called the Milbroke on the North side of the road called Seynt Mathuyslane on the East side of the Highway leading to the gate of the Abbey of Tavyrtok and on the South side lies adjoining a tenement of Walter Burell; to hold to Richard and Johanna and their issue with remainder in default to said Richard Jele and his heirs and assigns for ever.
Wits:- Sir John Osborn, Clerk.
Thomas Globbe.
Richard Crocker.
2 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/376  8 May 1478

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
A duplicate of D1508M/Moger/375 with fragments of 3 Seals.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/377  21 August 1350
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? TAVISTOCK.
Charter of Roger Whitham granting to Richard de Mewy a messuage and all his land in Whitham lying near the river Tavy on the East side and the meadow of Walter Jordan on the North and the meadow of William Honychurch on the West and Crowndelmor on the South as the bounds there shew; to hold in exchange of the chief Lords of the Fee.
Wits:- John Mewy,
Roger Kyngford.
Robert Ryke.
John Walradene.
Richard Brokere.
Dated at Tavystok, Saturday next before Feast of Decollation of St. John Baptist, 24. Edw, III. (1350)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/378  27 January 1371
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of John Mewy, son and heir c. Richard Mewy, granting to Ralph Loneworthe (or Loveworthi) and Margery his wife, his tenement and garden and meadow, which tenement is situated in Tavystok between the tenement of Richard Lamborne on one side and the [...] mi race of the mills on the other and the garden is in the same ville between the tenement and garden of Richard Lamborne on the South and the tenement and garden in which Augustine Morlham lives (?) on the North and the garden of Sir Ralph Tappot on the East and the plot (placia) late of Helias Preist on the West; to hold to said Ralph and Margery and their issue, of the grantor and his heirs at a rent of 5s. at Feast of Invention of Holy Cross and paying to the chief Lords yearly 5s. at Michaelmas by the hands of the grantor if Ralph and Margery die without issue, the tenement shall revert to grantor and his heirs.
Wits:- Richard Lamborne.
John Forde.
Roger Brokere.
Roger Melston.
William Brown.
Dated at Tavystok, Monday next after Feast of Conversion of St. Paul, 45 Edw. III. (1371)
Endorsed. Tavystoke which W. Brooke, taylor, (cissor) holds there.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/379  1374

Contents:
SAMPFORD SPINEY
Quit claim by Thomas of Meuwry, Lord of Meuwry to John Meuwry of Walradene (Walreddon), releasing all his rights in six shillings' rent in lands in Dunrigge (Dunridge).
Witnesses: Richard Lamborne
Robert Rydchforde
Walter Lanskareforde
John Chubbeston
Robert Reke
John Hyke Wode
Dated at Meuwry Sunday next before the feast of the Apostles Phillip and James, 48 Edward III (1374).

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/380  1379 or 80
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH
Charter of John Meuwy of Walradene granting to Simon Mareys (?), John Pafforde, Ralph Hunte, Roger Golde of Sutton, John Bony (Davy) of Sutton and Roger Bykewille (?) of Tavystoke, all his land and tenements and services of all his tenants in the Parish of Wytchurche.
Wits:- Robert Rek.
John Hykewode.
William Honychurche.
John Knyth.
John Langeman.
Dated at Wytchurche, Thursday next before Feast of Nativity of St. John Baptist, 3 Rich. II. (1379) 23 June 1379 [...] or 21 June 1380
This Feoffment is made under condition that the grantor shall be re-enfeoffed in fee simple when he shall require it and if they will not the grantor may re-enter the premises and hold in fee without their contradiction and if God wills me to die in parts beyond seas or on this side of the sea, the persons above named shall enfeof my son and heir John of the said estate in fee simple.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/381  8 January 1395
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK
Charter of Margery Tope, relict of Richard Tope, of Tavystok, in her widowhood, granting to Walter Bradleghe of the said ville and Thomasia his wife, her tenement with garden adjoining, which tenement is in Tavystok, between the messuage of William Laurens on the South side and the garden of Maurice Crewebeare on the North and the garden of William Stapeldon on the West and South and the Fyschlake on the East; to hold to Walter and Thomasia and the heirs and assigns of Walter, of the chief Lord.
Wits:- Ralph Hunter.
John Forde, Burgeys.
Walter Lanskernforde.
Roger Bykewylle.
Walter Laurens.
John Plenty.
Richard Julkyn, then Reeve of the said ville.
Dated in said ville, Friday next after Epiphany, 18. Rich. II. (1395)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/382  27 October 1471

Contents:
TAVISTOCK
Charter of Thomas Tresawell and John Fetz assigning to William Bater and Johanna his wife and their issue, half of their tenement in Tavystok, which half together with the other half they lately had by gift from John Jule situated in Tavystok between the tenement of Walter Burell on the North and a certain road with a bridge called Synt Mathuysbrugge on the South and the mill race of the mills on the East and the highway on the West; if William and Johanna die without issue the half of the tenement shall remain to John Jule, son of Richard Jule and his issue, with remainder in default to the right heirs of Richard Jule for ever.
Wits: John Saule.
John Drak.
William Caddele.
William Hamedas.
Richard Walsch.
Dated at Tavystok in Eve of Apostles Simon and Jude, 7. Hen. 7. (1491)
Note that Thomas and John have delivered possession and seisin to said William and Johanna on the day above mentioned.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/383  nd

Contents:
Copy of D1508M/Moger/382.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/384  6 October 1543
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Quitclaim of William Latche releasing to John Glubbe all his right in his tenement at Fordestrete with meadow and garden adjoining between the tenement which Richard Langebroke holds of said William on the South, the meadow of Sir John Russell, Knt, Lord of Tavistocke, on the East, the garden of the Mayor of the ville of Tavistocke on the North and the highway leading from Tavistocke towards Bradefford bridge on the West.
Wits:- John Badge.
John Drake.
Richard Foster.
Walter Glubbe.
John Mowre (?) (Meade ?)
Dated at Tavistocke, 6 Oct. 35 Han. 8. (1543)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/385  8 June 1514
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of Thomas Lybbe leaving to William Lache, junior, and Johanna his wife, his tenements with curtilages and gardens in the Borough of Tavystok between the tenement of the heirs of Berell on the South and the meadow of the Abbot and Convent on the East and the garden of the Reeve of Tavystok, the heir of Kyngdon and of John Fytz on the North and the street leading from the Chapel of St. Mary Magdelene to the new bridge on the West; to hold after the death of William Lache the elder for the lives of William Lache the younger and Johanna his wife, at a rent of 18s. 8d.
Covenants as to repairs and payment of rent.
Wits:- John Eston.
William Lanskerford.
Nicholas Lugge.
Dated, 8 June, 6 Hen. 8. [1514]

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/386  29 April 1503
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Lease by Henry Trekarell to Edmund Drake of all his land and tenements in West Crondell in Parish of Whitchurche, between the land of Francis Harrys on the North and the river Tavy on the North of Crondell and the land of Francis Harrys which Richard Goyd holds on the East and the land of Robert Weryn called Underdon on the East and South (sic); to hold to said Edmund, Johanna, his wife, and their heirs for 50 years at a rent of 54s. 8d. of which 16s. is payable to the chief Lords of the Fee and the rest to Henry Trekarell.
Covenants as to repairs and heriot.
Wits:- Walter Feca.
Michael Hals.
William Lache.
Dated, penultimate day of April, 18 Hen. 7. (1503)
Seal. (heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/387  8 April 1540
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Writing of Henry Trecarell of Lasannt, Co. Cornwall, Esq, reciting that he by Charter dated penultimate day of April 18.Hen. 7. leased to Edmund Drake, now deceased, his lands and tenements in West Crondell in Parish of Whitchurche between the lands late of Francis Harrys and now of William Harrys on the North and the river Tavy on the North of Crondall and the land of said William Harrys which John Gawde holds on the East and the land late of Richard Waryng now of John Amadas called Underdon on the East and South; to hold for 50 years (as in D1508M/Moger/386) and witnessing that for a sum of £12. paid by John Drake, son and heir of Edmund, Henry leases the premises to John from penultimate day of April 1553 for 50 years, at a rent of 54s. 8d.
Covenants as to repairs, andc.
Dated, 8 Apr. 31. Hen. 8. (1540)
Seal, (heraldic)
Endorsed:- Provided always that the said John Drake shall not take to his own use but to the use of me the said Harry Trefarell any fesannts, herynsayes, paupar, nor other kind of birds that bear the name of fowle nor destroy their nests breeding in and upon the said lands during the said term and that said John shall not sell or let the said lands to any person but only to his own children without licence of me the said Harry Trefarell.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/388  Hilary 1623

Contents:
SAMPFORD SPINEY; TAVISTOCK; WHITCHURCH.
Righthand indenture of a fine dated Hil. 20. Jas. I. (1623) whereby Richard Hals Esq, and Anna his wife, convey to Francis Glanvile, Knight, and Edward Skitrett, Gent, the Manor of Walredon and 13 messuages, 2 water mills, 1 fulling mill, 16 gardens, 16 orchards, 200a. of land, 30a. of meadow, 60a. of pasture, 10a. of wood, 300a. of furze and heath, and 27s. 10d. rent, in Whitechurche, Tavistock, and Sampford Spiney.
Quit Claim to Francis and Edward and heirs of Francis

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/389  Martinmas 1646

2 Copies.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Final Concord, dated Martinmas, 22. Chas. I. (1646) whereby John Gifford and Welthen his wife, convey to Thomas Ford, Gent, and Peter Woodley, Gent, one messuage, 2 barns, one garden, one orchard, 10a. of land, 2a. of meadow, 10a. of pasture and 30a. of furze and heath, in Ilsington.
Quit Claim to Thomas and Peter and heirs of Thomas.
2 Copies, one endorsed:- Mich. 22. Chas. I. between Jo: Jefford and Welthen his second wife, levied a fine unto Tho: Ford, Gent, and Peter Woodley, Gent.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/390  Easter 1623
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ILSINGTON.
Final Concord dated East. 21.Jas. I. (1623) whereby John Gifford and Rawlina his wife convey to Edward Furlonge, Gent, and William Furse, 2 messuages, one garden, 20a. of land and 14a. of furze and heath, in Lamside, Beeffehills Cleave, and Ilsington.
Quit Claim to Edward and William and the heirs of Edward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/391  Easter 1651

2 Copies.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Final Concord dated East. 1651. whereby Gregory Drake and Anstacia his wife, convey to John Drake junior, a twelfth part of a messuage, a barn, two gardens, 3 orchards, 20a. of land, 8a. of meadow, 20a. of pasture, 8a. of wood, 30a. of furze and heath, and 30a. of more and common pasture, for all animals in West Crowndell, alias Crondell, Payster Downe, Shortes Downe, Werydowne, Bucktorre Downe, Whitchurch.
Warranty against heirs of Gregory.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/392  Michaelmas 1691

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Final Concord dated Mich. 3. William and Mary (1691) whereby William Drake and Johanna his wife, convey to James Courtenay Esq, a twelfth part of a messuage, one garden, one orchard, 70a. of land, 5a. of meadow, 20a. of pasture, and 6a. of wood and common pasture, in the Parish of Whitechurch.
Warranty against William and Johanna and heirs of William.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/393  23 November ?1650
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Writ of Custodians of the liberties of England to Sheriff of Devon, reciting that the late Sheriff had been ordered by a writ to produce Mary Howard, alias Grenvile, of London, widow, otherwise called Lady Mary Howard of Fitzford, [Tavistock] Co. Devon, an outlaw, at Westminster on a day now passed, to answer Robert Fearebread. Gent, in a plea of debt, which writ was annulled on the pretext that the said Mary was waived (outlawed, as applied to a female) and the waiver had been reversed and ordering the Sheriff to seize any goods, chattells, or tenements of said Mary on account of her outlawry.
Dated, Westminster, 23. Nov. 1640. (sic) ?.1650 meant.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/394  17 April 1689
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Writ of William and Mary to Sheriff of Devon reciting that Altham Smith Esq, in the Court of James II. (?.4.Jas.II) at Westminster recovered against James Courtenay late of Walreddon, Co. Devon, Esq, otherwise called James Courtney of Parish of St. Giles, without Cripplegate, London, Esq, both a debt of £200. and 40s. damages, and the said Altham afterwards prayed to have delivery of all goods and chattells of James except draught oxen and goats and half of all his land and tenements in the Sheriff's bailliarch to levy upon them the said debt and damages; and ordering the Sheriff to deliver the goods, and c, to Altham at a reasonable price and extent, until the debt is discharged.
Dated, 17. Apr. 1. Will. and Mary. (1689)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/395  13 December 1672
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Writ of Charles LL. to John Drake reciting that it has been made known in Chancery on 9. Dec. instant, on behalf of William Courtney, Bart, and others, plaintiffs, that they in a plaint against John complained that he cut down and carried away wood from a hedge in the upper part of a meadow called le great Meadowe, parcel of the tenement of West Crowndell in the Parish of Whitchurch. Co. Devon, and dug up and carried away furze in another field called Oxon Parke, parcel of the said tenement and cut down the hedge of a field near adjoining the highway and several timber trees in the orchard of the tenement; and enjoining him to desist from any further cutting or spoliation while the matter is being heard in the said Court.
Dated, 13 Dec. 24. Chas. II. (1672)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/396  18 May 1663
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Peter Edgecombe of Buckland Monachorum Gent, and Anna Edgecombe of Plymouth, wid; to George Howard of Fitzford, Co. Devon, Esq, in £300. dated 18 May 1663.
Condition that Peter and Anne shall observe the covenants in a deed of feoffment dated as above made between said Peter and Anna and said George.
Wits: Jo. Doidge.
Abra. Edgecombe.
Jo. Burley.
David Sargent.
William Banwell.
2 Seals. (one heraldic)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/397  24 January 1596

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Writing of John Drake the younger of West Crondell in Parish of Whitchurche, Co. Devon, reciting that Henry Trecarell of Lasante, Co. Cornwall, Esq. by deed dated 8 April 31. Hen. 8. (1540) leased to John Drake, now deceased, son of Edmounde Drake late of West Crondell, then deceased, his land and tenements in West Crondell between the lands then late before of Francis Harrys and then of William Harrys of the North part and the river called Tavye of the North part of Crondell and the land then of the said William Narrys which John Gawde then held of the East part and the land sometime of Richard Warryn and then of John Amadas called Underdon of the East and South parts to hold from the last day save one of April 1553 for 50 years under the yearly rent of 53s. 8d. and that he (John Drake) now holds the estate and remainder of the term by assignment of John Drake the elder now of West Crondell, his father who before had the same as executor of the said John Drake, son of Edmond; and witnessing that John Drake the younger now grants to John Drake the elder, his father, and Johanna his wife, his mother, the said lands in West Crondell, to hold one moiety for the residue of the 50 years if either of them live so long, paying half the rent to Henry Trecarell and the other moiety on the same terms, if both of them live.
Dated, 24. Jan. 38. Eliz. (1596)
Wits:- Thomas Lybbe. Thomas Glanville, Peter Oxenham, Edwards Payne, John Pridyaux.
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/398  28 July 1594

Contents:
TAVISTOCK, WHITCHURCH.
Copy of Indenture dated 28. July. 36. Eliz. (1594) between Thomas Libbe and John Hawkings of the part and Mathew Edgecombe of Tavistocke, Co. Devon, Merchant, son of Richard Edgecombe the elder, late of Tavistock, deceased, of the other part, reciting that Thomas Mohun and Agnes his wife, by deed dated 20. Sept. 31. Eliz. (1589) reciting that Henry Trecarell Esq, by lease dated 11. June. 33. Hen. 8. (1541) leased to John Dorunt and Alice his wife his tenement in Tavistocke between the tenement of the heirs of John Sweting in the East and the tenement of the heirs of John Toker, mercer, on the West, with a garden lying in the North part of the Someryeard to wit between the garden then of Thomas Coche of one part and the garden of John May of the other part and another garden there adjoining to the said tenement, and also a close of land in the Parish of Whitchurche and a meadow to the said close annexed which John Bere there before held and then in the tenure of Thomasin Guscott, widow, between the lands then of John Russell, Knt, Lord Russell, of the West Part, and the land of the heirs of Francis Harry of the East part and the highway leading towards Horrabridge of the North part; to hold to John and Alice for 72 years at a yearly rent of 24s. 8d. and that Alice afterwards died and John Dorunt by his writing dated 8. Apr. 12. Eliz. (1570) assigned over to said Richard Edgecombe and Agnes his wife, daughter of said John Dorunt, all the said tenement, two gardens, close and meadow, and all his interest and term of years therein, and afterwards Richard Edgecombe died and Agnes survived him and took to husband Thomas Mohun and and they afterwards by their deed dated 30. Sep. 23. Eliz. (1581) leased to Peter Edgecombe, merchant, and Agnes his wife, the said tenement and 2 gardens for 20 years if Peter or Agnes lived so long, at a rent of 40s. and on 30 Sept. 27 Eliz. (1585) said Thomas Mohun and Agnes his wife leased to said Peter Edgecombe and Agnes the said close and meadow in Whitchurch for 5 years at a rent of £5. by virtue whereof Thomas Mohun and Agnes were possessed of the reversion of the premises and of the rents together with the residue of the term of 72 years, and reciting further that Elizabeth Ferris one of the four daughters and co-heirs of the said Henry Trecarell having the reversion of a fourth part of the premises which were leased by Henry for 72 years by deed dated 10 May 14 Eliz. (1572) leased to the said Richard Edgecombe the elder her share of the said tenement, two gardens, close and meadow, and her share of another meadow there lately made in the lower end of said close, to hold to Richard from 10 June 1613 for 99 years at a rent of 6s. 2d. which lease and fourth part said Thomas Mohun and Agnes then had in right of Agnes, which Agnes was sole executris of the will of Richard Edgecombe and thereby had the same, and afterwards ThomasMohun and Agnes assigned to said Thomas Libbe and John Hawkings (This was probably by the deed mentioned above dated 20 Sept. 31 Eliz. the tenor of which is not given) the said tenement, 2 gardens, close of land, meadows and other premises demised by the lease of Henry Trecarell, and all their right as well in reversion as in possession and the rents belonging to the same and their term of years not expired and also the fourth part leased by Elizabeth Ferris, in trust for Agnes for life and after her death, if the said Mathewe Edgcombe, son of said Richard Edgcombe, (after he is 21) discharged the sum of £20, which was bequeathed to him by his father, in trust for said Mathewe for life, and that afterwards the trustees assigned the premises at the request of Agnes Mohun to Peter Edgcombe for the life of Agnes, with reversion to the trustees.
And witnessing that as Mathewe is of full age and has made a discharge of the £20. bequeathed him by his father and has requested the trustees to convey to him the several terms, andc, unexpired at the death of Agnes Mohun, they now assign them to him.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/399  21 June 1625
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH.
Quitclaim by Richard Hals of Kennadon, Co. Devon, Esq. for £179. to John Macy of Wallraddon, Co. Devon, Yeoman, of all his right in the Manor of Wallraddon and one tenement called Bawton in Parish of Whitchurch now or late in the occupation of John Chubb, reputed to be parcel of said Manor, and another tenement called Wester Penaton, als. Lower Penaton, in Whitchurch, now or late in occupation of Oliver Palmer, Johanna his wife, and Thomasin their daughter also parcel of land of said Manor of Wallraddon and another tenement in Whitchurch called Wodeston and Pollokestown, now or late in occupation of John Gawde, also parcel of said Manor.
Dated 21 June. 1.Chas. I. (1625)
Wits:- William Dodge.
Nathan Adam.
John Knighton.
Richard Hoskins.
Thomas Cleere.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/400  10 January 1576
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Writing of John Glanoyle, Senior, of Tavistock, Gent. granting to Thomas Glanvyle and Walter Glubbe all his share, viz. 2/3rds of a garden in the Borough of Tavistock between the land of the poor at le Chappell of St. Mary Magdelene in the Parish of Tavistock on the North and the land of John Fitz Esq, on the South, the land of the heir of Grills on the East and a lane leading from le Chappell of St. Mary Magdelene to a bridge called le Westbridge on the West; to hold to the use of Richard Glubbe and Johanna his wife, for their lives with remainder to John and Benedict Glubbe their sons in tail successively with remainder in default to said John Glanvyle his heirs and assigns for ever.
Attorneys:- John Rubie.
Edmund Dunericke.
Dated 10 Jan. 18 Eliz. (1576)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/401  10 January 1576

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Counterpart of D1508M/Moger/400.
Endorsed. Possession taken 30 May. 19 Eliz. (1577) in presence of Robert Warde and John Bonde.
Sealed and delivered in presence of Edmonde Donericke and John Rubye, (John Rubbe)
An entry made by John Glubb, Tanner, in one two parts of a hapyeard in Ford Street in Parish of Tavistock, the 2nd Oct. 1613. in the presence of Thomas Randell and John Knight.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/402  20 May 1571
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK; WHITCHURCH.
Bond of Christopher Harrys of Radford, Gent, to Richard Edgecomb the younger, son of Richard Edgecomb the elder of Tavystock, in £20. dated 20 May, 13 Eliz. (1571).
Condition that Richard Edgecomb the younger shall hold and enjoy without disturbance by Christopher the fourth part of a close of land and two meadows in Whytchurch now in the occupation of said Richard Edgecomb the elder which close and meadows lie beneath the way that leadeth from Creylake to Horrabridge between the lands of Francis Erle of Bedford on one side and the lands of above bound Christopher Harrys which John Gawde now holds on the other; and also a fourth part of two tenements and two gardens in the Borough of Tavystock whereof one of the said tenements is between the lands and tenements of the said Earl of Bedford on the East and South and the lands of John Toker on the West and the Queene Street leading from the Church of Tavystock towards the Chapell of Mary Magdelene on the North in which tenement the said Richard Edgecombe the elder now dwelleth and the other tenement lieth between the tenement of the heirs of John Cocke on the North and the tenement of Raynold Vaysey and Agnes his wife on the South and West and the Queene Street leading from the Church of Tavystock towards Hurdewyke on the East; and one of the gardens lies in the North past of the Someryerde between the garden of the heirs of Thomas Cocke on one side and the garden of Agnes Abbott widow on the other, and the other garden is above the way that leads from Tavystock towards Irscomb between the garden late of Robert Hart on one side and the garden of John Edgecomb on the other and all other tenements, etc, in the Borough of Tavystock according to the tenor of a deed of feoffment thereof made by Christopher to Richard bearing the date of this present bond.
Wits. Thomas Lybbe.
William Hoper.
Harye Young.
Thomas Erle.
Seal

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/403  30 December 1523
Language:  Latin

Contents:
EXETER (St. Leonard's)
Lease by Richard Hyll, Master or Prior of Hospital of St. John Baptist, with the East Gate of City of Exeter, and the brother there, to William Totell, Citizen of City of Exeter and Elizabeth his wife, of two barns with four fields or closes of land adjoining, in their land called Madeworthy near the Manor of Bokerell being next the lane leading from the Rectory of St. Leonard, another lane leading from the highway towards Hevytre on the North and the highway leading from the City of Exeter towards Topsham on the South; also those their two closes of land at Madeworthy near the Manor of Bokerell between their close on the East and the land late of Walter Courteney, Esq, on the West and the lane leading from the Rectory of St. Leonard to the other lane leading from the highway towards Hevytre on the North and the highway leading from City of Exeter to Topsham on the South; to hold for 99 years at a rent of £6. and William and Elizabeth once every year shall use the Prior's footpath (semitaria via) between the Prior's land of Aysshlond and the said land of Madeworthy with the animals, carriages, etc.
Dated, Exeter in their Chapter House, penultimate day of December, 15 Hen. 8. (1523)
Seal

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/404  Michaelmas 1686
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BOVEY, North.
Final Concord dated Mich. 2. Jas. II. (1686) whereby Roland Whiddon, Esq, conveys to John Langdon, Gent. 2 messuages, 3 gardens, 5 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 18 acres of pasture, 5 acres of furze and heath, 2d. rent, and common pasture for all animals, in Yeatehowse and North Bovey.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/405  Michaelmas 1730

2 copies.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
ALPHINGTON.
Final Concord dated Mich. 4 Geo. II. (1730) whereby Mary Blisse, Widow, and John Bawden and Margaret his wife, convey to John Crossing a messuage, two gardens, two orchards, 2 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 4 acres of furze and heath, in Longdowne Woodball, Blathall and Alphington, from 24 June las for 70 years, if the said Mary and Margaret or either of them, so long live, at the yearly rent of a peppercorn.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/406  Trinity 1664

2 Copies.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK
Final Concord dated Trin. 16. Chas. II. (1664) whereby Francis Calmady, Gent. and Joan his wife, Andrew Holwell and Honora his wife, and John Mortymore and Katherine his wife, convey to Sir John Stowell, Knt, two messuages, two gardens, two orchards, 30 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture, 10 acres of furze and heath and common pasture in Hennocke, Knighton, and Knighton Heathfield.
Warranty against heirs of Joan, Honora and Katherine.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/407  2 November 1519
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK.
Charter of William Lacche the elder, granting to William Lacche the younger, his tenement at Forde Street with meadow and garden adjoining which is between the tenement which Richard Langebroke holds of the grantor on the South and the meadow of the Abbot and Convent of Tavystock on the East and the garden of the Mayor of the Ville of Tavystoke on the north and the king's Highway from Tavistock towards Bradeffordbrygge on the West.
Attornies. William Hawkyns, Senior.
John Layewode.
Witnesses. Walter Brown.
John Master.
William Master.
John Stubbe.
Richard Langbroke.
Ralph Foster.
Richard Foster.
Dated. 2 Nov. 11 Hen. VIII. (1519)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/408  30 June 1415
Language:  Latin

Contents:
WHITCHURCH
Charter of Richard Menwy granting to John Kate and Alice his wife, his land in Penyton which they hold of Richard and which lies between the land of John Penyton on the North and the road leading from Dartemore to Pekedeburghe on the South and from Pekedeburghe to Wyteburghe and from Wyteburghe to Botheton More and from Botheton More to Botheton More to Botheton Forde end from Botheton Forde to the first boundary named; to hold together with a fifth part of Stenteforde Downe to said John and Alice for their lives, of the said Richard and his heirs at a yearly rent of 6s. 8d. and one day's work in the autumn reaping at Walradene for all services saving suit at grantor's court at Wytchurche twice a year, i.e., at the court leat at Michaelmas and Invention of Holy Cross by reasonable summons of 8 days notice, and 6s. 8d. relief when due; after the death of John and Alice the land shall remain to John Rychow for life on the same terms.
Wits:-
John Alphameston.
William Macy.
Robert Code.
John Wille.
William Ayssheforde.
Dated at Penyton, Sunday after Nativity of St. John Baptist, 3 Hen. 5. (1415)
Seal.
Endorsed. 1414. Deed dated at Peynton referred to in Smith's History of Tavistock. Seal perfect, 1884.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/409  30 April 1380
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK
Charter of Emma, atte Wylle, of Tavystoke, in her widowhood, granting to Joan, atte Wille, her daughter, her tenement with a plot (placea) before the door in Tavystoke between the road leading to the bridge of St. Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist on the South and the mill race of the mills of the said Tille on the East and the highways on the North and West; and also her messuage in the said ville with tofts near the churchyard of the ville between the tenements of the Abbot and Convent of Tavystoke and of Ralph Honte (?) on one side and tenement of John Sachevyle on the other and also her close of land with ditches in the hundred of Howeburgh in the tithing of Tavyton near la Margarets, which close once belonged to John Stacy, end also her piece of land with ditches in Pykestoun near Tavystoke in the Manor of Hurdewyke between the highway called la Spitelwaye on one side and the land of Pykeston and the close of John Sachevyle on the other.
Wits:- Richard Lamborne.
Richard Tope. (?)
John Russel. ("quocco")
Walter Lanskerforde.
William Strout. (?)
Dated at Tavystoke, Monday next before Feast of Apostles, Philip and James, 3 Rich. II. (1380)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/410  3 November 1519
Language:  Latin

Contents:
TAVISTOCK
Quitclaim by William Lacche, the elder, to William Lacche, the younger, of all his right in a tenement at Fordestrete with a meadow and garden between the tenement which Richard Langebroke holds of the releasor on the South and the meadow of the Abbot and Convent of Tavystoke on the East and the garden of the Mayor of the ville of Tavystoke on the North and the highway leading from Tavystoke to Bradeffordbregge on the West.
Wits:-
Walter Brown.
John Master.
William Master.
John Stubbe.
Richard Langbroke.
Ralph Foster.
Richard Foster.
Dated, 3 Nov. 11 Hen. 8. (1519)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/411  11 September 1420
Language:  Latin

Contents:
PETERTAVY; PLYMOUTH; SAMPFORD SPINEY; TAVISTOCK; WHITCHURCH
Letter of Attorney of Richard Menwy of Walradene and Matilda (Maud) his wife, appointing as their attorney William Rauff to receive in their name seisin of messuages, land and tenements in Walradene, Shorterugge, Tavystoke, Plymmouth, Petristavy, Romlegh, Haneknolle, Horebrygge, and in Parish of Whitchurche, with the mills of Petristavy and Sampford Spynea, with rents, services, reliefs, escheats, wards and marriages of all tenants in Tayystoke, Petristavy, Haneknolle, Godescote, and in Parish of Whitchurche and elsewhere in Co. Devon, with the reversions of lands and tenements of tenants when: they happen, except three messuages in Tavystoke according to the [...] and effect of a Charter made by John Half to Richard and Matilda.
Wits:-
Alexander Chambernon.
John Gorgys.
John Dyvowe.
John Charterey.
Simon Storme, Chaplain.
Dated at Walradene, 11 Sept. 8. Hen. 5. (1420)
3 Seals.
Endorsed. 11 Sept. 1419, Power of Attorney from Rich. Meawy of Walreddon to Wm. Rauff. Referred to in Smith's History of Tavistock.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/412  29 March 1375
Language:  Latin

Contents:
PETERTAVY; TAVISTOCK; WHITCHURCH.
Charter of John Menwy of Walradene granting to Richard Menwy, his brother, John Menwy, atte Stone, and Eleanor "my wife", all his land and tenements in Sutton in Parish of Wytchurche, in Parish of Tavy St. Peter, in the ville and in the Parish of Tavystoke, and wherever else they may be in Co. Devon.
Wits:- Robert Reyke.
Ralph Hughte.
William Honychurche.
Walter Lanskareforde.
Roger Milleton.
Dated at Walradene, Thursday next after Feast of Annunciation of Blessed Virgin Mary, 49 Edw. III. (1375)
Seal.
Endorsed. Anno 1374. John Meavy's deed of gift to his wife Elinore, his brother Richard and John Meavy, atte Stone. Referred to in Smith's History of Tavistock, 1824.
Seal perfect. Two Seamews over a horn.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/413  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
HENNOCK.
Charter of Philip de Salmonavilla, granting to God and the Church of St. Salvator of Torre and the Canons there of the Premonstratensian Order, the Church of Hanoc in frank almoign 'for the safety of the souls of me, Beatrice my wife and all our ancestors".
Wits:- William Briwere.
Lady Beatrice la Raneleisa.
Peter de Sendimore.
William Seintaver.
John, the Chaplain.
Walter, the Chaplain.
William de Rotomagia.
Ralph de Brai.
Walter, son of Ivo.
Alan de Boclaund
Roger Burnel.
Nicholas de Torre.
Seal.
Endorsed. Suardeby (?) Combe.
In pencil. circa, telp. Rich. I.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/414  29 May 1322
Language:  Latin

Contents:
? NEWTON ABBOT.
Charter of William Davy granting to Robert de Gotham and Joan his wife a house 26 feet in length and 20 feet in width situated between the tenement of Roger de Fonte on the East and the tenement late of Thomas Davy on the West; to hold after the death of Cristina, wife of Richard Collyng, to said Robert and Joan and their issue of the grantor at a rent of ½d. If Joan should die without issue the house shall revert to the grantor.
Wits:- Richard Forester.
Roger de Bykeford.
Peter Payn.
Robert de Lurlegh.
John Pistore. (the baker)
Dated at Nyweton Abbot, Saturday next before Feast of Pentecost, 15 Edw. II. (1322)
Seal.
Endorsed, Newton Busshell.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/415  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
BRADWORTHY.
Charter of John de Moun granting to God and the Church of St. Saviour of Torre and the Canons there serving God, a piece of land in his Manor of Braworth, namely that which lies near the road which leads from the Church towards the house of the said Canons on the West and from the said road to the house which Thomas de la Laye once held on the North and from the said house as the ditch of the said Thomas extends towards Prestford on the East; to hold in frank almoign.
Wits:- Sir Robert le Deneys.
Robert de Horton.
Robert de Esse.
Robert de Bosche.
Robert de Witesslade.
Undated.
Seal. Heraldic, broken.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/416  nd
Language:  Latin

Contents:
CLAYHANGAR
Charter of William Briwere, son of William Briwere, granting (for the safety of his soul and of Joan his wife and all his ancestors and successors) to God and the Church of St.Saviour of Torre and the Canons of the Premonstratensian Order there serving God in frank almoign, all the land of Dumgeston which William de Bruera and Angalisia his wife released to grantor as the next heir, for a payment by him of 50 marks with the services of Peteton and all other things belonging to that land.
Wits:- Sir Robert de Curtenay.
Richard, then Abbot of Dunkiswill.
William de Bruera.
Huwardus de Bikelegh.
Roger de Langeford.
William de Horsy.
Robert de Hokesham.
Thomas de Tetteburn.
Ralph de Veyham. (?)
Seal, (mermaid)
Endorsed. Grant of Sir W. Briwer, the younger of the land of Dungeston.
In pencil. About the beginning of Henry 3rd reign.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/417  [Mich. 1225 and Mich. 1228.]

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BRADWORTHY.
Charter of William Briewre granting (for the safety of his soul) to God and the Church of St. Saviour of Torre and the Canons there serving God, one ferling of land in the Manor of Braworthe, that ferling namely which lies near the sanctuary of the Church of Braworthe on the North and on the West the road leading to the Church as far as the land of Forda and on the East side the said road as far as the land of la Leie and as far as the ford called Presteford; to hold in frank almoign "as freely and quietly as I ever held it".
Wits:- William de Raalegh. then Sheriff.
John, son of Richard.
Warin, son of Johel.
Geoffrey Cophin.
Geoffrey de Lapomaree.
William Treiminett.
Thomas Hereward.
Herebert de Pinu.
William Pomerio. (?)
William de Clist.
Bartholomew de Pultimore.
Ralph Springa.
Seal. (mermaid)
Undated.
Endorsed in pencil. Undated but must be 10th or 11th Hen. 3. when Wm. Ralegh was Sheriff.
List of Sheriffs, p. 34. 20 Oct. 1225. William de Ralega. (accounts from Mich. 1225)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/418  nd
Language:  Latin

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HENNOCK
Charter of Engeleys and Mariota, daughters and heirs of William de Limhouse, granting to God and the Church of St. Saviour of Thorre Briwere and the Canons there serving God, all their land of la Limhouse which fell to them by the death of said William their father, to hold in frank almoign at a yearly rent to the chief lords of 6d. at Michaelmas; if the grantor or their heirs ever presume to dispute the Canons right to the land, they bind themselves to pay back the 100s. which they have received from the Canons.
Wits:- Ivo de la Thorre.
Richard de Gatepathe.
John de le Thorre.
William de Halshanger.
Richard Humay.
Undated.
Seal and bag for a second.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/419  16 January 1566

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WHITCHURCH.
Writing of Christopher Harrys of Radford, Esq, whereby for £15. he leases to John Gawde, the elder, Jone his wife and Thomas Gawde their son, the fourth part of messuages, land and tenements, in North Croundell called Underdown and a fourth of lands called Mycheldon in Parish of Whitchurche, now in the occupation of said John Gawde, to hold for their lives at a rent of 12s. 6d. and ¼ of the best beast as heriot.
Attorneys:- Thos. Lybbe.
John Nuton.
Covenants.
Dated 16. Jan. 8 Eliz. (1566)
2 Seals.
Endorsed; Sealed and delivered at Tavystock in the house of Thomas Hyll in presence of said Thomas Hyll, Tristram Arscott, James Dynham, William Alyn, Thomas Peter.
John Gawde for the fourth part of Trecarels land in Whycherch.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/420  18 October 1649
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of Manor of Kenton, dated 18. Oct. 1649. recording that at that Court Richard Bobage took of Henry Rogers, Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of a cottage in Stapelake now in the tenure of Margerie Dart, widow, to hold for his life after the death of Margerie.
Per John Wolcombe, Steward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/421  28 January 1677
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of Manor of Kenton dated 28 Jan. 28. Chas. II. (1677) recording that at that Court Ambrose C..nch (or S...nth) and Elizabeth his wife surrendered to the lord of the manor all their right in a cottage in Eastowne now in tenure of Joan Weston (?) widow, during her widowhood, with the intention that Judith Dyer daughter of Henry Dyer may be admitted tenant in reversion and the said Judith came and took of the noble Prince Christopher Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Torrington, Baron Moncke of Potheridge, Beachamps and Teyes, Knight of the noble Order of the Garter, Lord of said Manor, the reversion of the said cottage after the death of Joan Weston.
Per John Wolcombe, Steward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/422  30 April 1671
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll Estreat of Manor of Kenton dated 30 Apr. 23 Chas. II. (1671) recording that at this Court William Bushell, Gent, who claims to hold the reversion of a tenement in Stapelake (?) in said Manor (now in the tenure of Sara Helwell, widow during her widowhood) and the said Sara surrendered into the hands of the lord of the manor all their right in the premises to the intent that William Browne may be admitted and William Browne came and received of the noble Prince Christopher Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Torrington, Baron Monck of Potheridge, Beuchamp and Teyes, Knight of the noble Order of the Garter, Lord of the Manor, the said tenement to hold for his life.
Per John Wolcombe, Steward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/423  17 October 1615
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of the Manor of Kenton dated 17 Oct. 13. Jas. I. (1615) recording that at that Court Sara Hutchyns took of Warwick Hele, Knt, lord of the manor, a tenement at Eastingtowne in the said Manor, late in tenure of Joan Hutchyns, widow during her widowhood, and now in tenure of said Sara or her assigns, to hold for her life, at a rent of 4s. 8½d

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/424  1 May 1676
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of the Manor of Kenton, dated 1 May, 28 Chas. II. (1676) recording that at that Court James Avery, son of John Avery, took of the noble Prince Christopher Duke of Albemarle, etc, the reversion of a cottage at Starcrosse in the said manor now in the tenure of said John Avery her father; to hold for his life after the death of John.
Fine £14.
Enrolled by John Wolcombe.
Endorsed. At Court baron of Manor held 15 Nov. 1707 came Mary Avery, widow, and surrendered to the lord all her interest in the premises, to the intent that said Mary should take the tenement in possession by lease.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/425  22 June 1648
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of Manor of Kenton dated 22 June, 24, Chas. I. (1646) recording that at that Court John Caseley who claimed to hold the reversion of a tenement called Helwill now in the tenure of Thomas Downe, surrendered the reversion to the lord of the manor to the intent that Margaret Downe, daughter of said Thomas Downe, might have the reversion and Margaret came and took of Henry Rogers, Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of the said tenement to hold (with her next marrier) after the death of Thomas Downe.
Enrolled by John Wolcombe, Steward.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/426  18 October 1659

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KENTON
Copy court roll of Manor of Kenton, dated 18 Oct. 1659, recording that at this Court Stephen Lowe took of Henry Rogers, Esq, Lord of this Manor, the reversion of a tenement in Cofford, parcel of the said Manor, now in the possession of Emlin Lowe, her mother; to hold for life after the death of Emlin.
Fine £56. and he is admitted tenent as in reversion.
Fealty respited until the reversion fall.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/427  3 May 1658

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of the Manor of Kenton, dated 3 May. 1658, recording that Cisley Wills, daughter of George Wills, takes of Henry Rogers, Esq, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of a tenement in Lyston in the said Manor, now in the possession of William Perriam; to hold (and her next marrier) after the death of William.
Fine £35.
Fealty respited till the reversion falls.
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/428  29 April 1613
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of the Manor of Kenton, dated 29 Apr. 11 Jas. I. (1613) recording that John Nosworthye who for a fine of £60. took of Sir Warminster Hele, Knt, Lord of the Manor, the reversion of a tenement called North Hevytre in the said Manor containing one ferling of land now in tenure of Thomasina Merdon, widow, to hold for his life, after the death of Thomasina, surrendered the reversion to the lord on condition that Nicholas Merdon should have it and Nicholas came and took it of the lord and paid a fine of £20. for the exchange.
Endorsed, 17 March 1643 said Nicholas Merdon surrendered this copy and all his title in the premises.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/429  4 May 1674
Language:  Latin

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KENTON.
Copy court roll of Manor of Kenton, dated 4 May, 26 Chas. II. (1674) recording that John Manne took of the noble Prince Christopher Duke of Albemarle, etc, Lord of the Manor, a tenement in Chollacombe in the said Manor, now in tenure of John Pethibridge; to hold for his life after the death of John Pethibridge.
Fine £30.
Enrolled by John Wolcombe, Steward.
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/430  7 November 1672
Language:  Latin

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TEIGNMOUTH
Copy of roll of Manor of Kenton, dated 7 Nov. 24 Chas. II. (1672) recording that at that Court Charles Narramore who claimed the reversion of a parcel of land in Tyngmoth in the said Manor, containing 1½ acres of land, now in tenure of John Narramore his brother, surrendered it into this lord's hand to the intent that John Narramore the younger, son of John, the elder, may be admitted tenant in reversion and said John the younger came and took of Christopher Duke of Albemarle etc, the reversion of the said land for his life.
Fine £2. for the exchange.
Enrolled by John Wolcombe, Steward.
Fragment of Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/431  9 November 1574
Language:  Latin

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WHITCHURCH
Writing of John Sprye of Whytchurch, Yeoman, being a Grant (for £80) to Thomas Macye of his meadow called Dowermeade in Parish of Whitchurch, which the grantor lately had by gift of said Thomas.
Attorney, Walter Baysley.
Dated, 9 Nov. 16. Eliz. (1574)
Seal.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/432  Michaelmas 1691
Language:  Latin

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WHITCHURCH
Final Concord dated Mich. 3. William and Mary, whereby William Drake and Johanna his wife convey to James Courtenay Esq, a twelfth part of one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 70a. of land, 5a. of meadow, 20a. of pasture, 6a. of wood and common pasture, in Parish of Whitchurch.
Warranty against William and Johanna and heirs of William.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/433  12 June 1577
Language:  Latin

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Letters Patent dated 12 June, 19 Eliz. (1577) granting licence to Edward Seymor Esq, (kinsman and next heir of John Walshe, late Justice of the Bench, decd, i.e., son and heir of Lady Mary Seymor, decd, daughter and heir of said John Walshe, which John held of the Queen in chief on the day of his death by Knight service) that he may immediately without any proof of age enter into all the tenements of said John Walshe in the Realm of England, Wales, or the Marches.
Seal.
Inrolled before Auditor of Court of Wards and Liveries, Trin. 19. Eliz.
Wm. Tooke, Auditor.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/434  6 April 1665

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WHITCHURCH.
Indenture made 6 Apr. 17 Chas. II. 1665, between Grace Cutteford, now of St. Thomas, Co. Devon, widow, John Cutteford of City of Bristol, Gent, her son, Anne Robinson of St. Thomas, widow, her daughter, and Walter Kellond of Stokcannon, Co. Devon, Gent, of the one part and Dame Mary Grenville of Fitzford, widow, George Howard of Fitzford, Esq. her son, and Gilbert Eveleigh of Tottnes, Gent, of the other part, reciting that said Dame Mary by the name of Dame Mary Greenvill wife of Sir Richard Greenvill, Knt and Bart, by her indenture of lease dated 28 July, 7 Chas. I. (1631) made between her and George Cutteford of Whitechurch, Co. Devon, Gent, (reciting therein deed dated 20 Nov. 20. Jas. I. (1622) and another indenture dated 22 Nov. 4. Chas. I. (1620) leased to George the capital mansion house, barton farm and demesnes of Walredon in the Parish of Whitechurch Downe, Shorte Downe and Plaister Downe, and the wood and woodland ground called Rowndwode and the pasture and herbage of two other woods called Birch Wood and Langham, all in Whitechurch, to hold immediately after the several deaths of said George Cutteford and of John and George his sons or other determination of the terms in one of the recited deeds mentioned, for 21 years at a yearly rent of £21., and that George Cutteford afterwards made his will dated 27 July 1644 and appointed the said George his son executor and shortly afterwards died and George, the son, also died before he made probate of the will and thereupon on 16 Sept. 1646 letters of administration of the goods of George Cutteford the father, with will annexed, were granted by Sir George Harrys (?) (interlined) to said Grace Cutteford his widow and she thereby became entitled to the premises for 21 years and by several deeds dated 1 March 1648 and 7 Aug. 1654 granted several estates of the said premises to the said John Cutteford and Anne Robinson since which time John did by articles of agreement dated 29 June 1657 between him and said Gilbert Eveleigh, agree for £300 to assign to Gilbert the said premises for the term of 21 years, concerning which a suit has been commenced and prosecuted in the High Court of Chancery by the said Gilbert against Grace and John and Anne and reciting that Anne by her deed dated 18 Jan. 1661 granted the premises for a term to Walter Kellond, since which time there has been a treaty between all the parties to these presents for ending the difference between them concerning the premises.
And witnessing that Grace, John and Anne, and Walter Kellond shall assign the premises for a sum of £300 to George Howard during the said term.
Wits:- (for Dame Mary Grenvile)
John Hogeson.
Stephen Rundell.
Jam. Lego.
Wits:- (for Gilbert Eveleigh)
Tho. Long.
E. Tayler.
Nich. Oliver.
2 Seals. (one broken)

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/435  10 April 1589

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WHITCHURCH.
Indenture made 10 Apr. 31 Eliz. (1589) between William Kellye, the elder, of Northelewe, Esq, and William Kellye, the younger, of Northelewe, Gent, on one part and John Drake, the elder, of West Crondell in Whytchurche, husbandman, and Johanna his wife, whereby for £8. William Kellye, the elder and Wm. Kellye the younger sell to Johanna the twelfth part of messuages, land, and tenements, etc, in West Crondell in Whytchurche, with all evidences and charters concerning the premises; to hold to Johanna and her heirs for ever to the only use of Johanna and her heirs.
Two leases are excepted, one granted by Henry Tredfarell, Esq. to John Drake, now deceased, for 50 years, dated 8 Apr. 30. Hen. 8. (1539) and the other granted by Elizabeth Ferrys, now deceased, to John Drake the younger, for 99 years, dated 1 Sept. 10. Eliz. (1568).
2 Seals. (one broken)
Wits:- Thomas Lybbe.
John Rowe.
Richard Rowe.
Thomas Hilman.
Edward Lybbe.
Endorsed. That on 3 May 31. Eliz. the within named John Drake the younger did attorn and become tenant to Johanna Drake and delivered her two pence of silver in name of attornment, whereunto John Drake the elder assented.
Wits:- Thos. Lybbe. Hughe Fountayne, Thos. Jeffre, Walter Thuell, Edward Lybb.

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/436  1631

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Walreddon in Whitchurch
THIS INDENTURE made in the Eight and Twenteth daye of July in the Seaventh yeere of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles by the grace of god of England Scottland France and Ireland King Defender of Faithe etc. BETWEN Dame Mary Greenwile Wife of Sir Richard Grenwile Knight and Barronett of thone parte And George Cutteford of Whitchurch in the County of Devon gentleman of thother parte WHEREAS the said Dame Mary by the name of Dame Mary Howard of Fitzford in the County of Devon Widdow by her Indenture beaveinge date the Thyrteth daye of October in the Second yeere of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles now King of England did for the consideration therein expressed Demise Lease grannt sett and Lett unto the said George Cutteford his Executors Administrators and Assignes ALL that Capital Mansion House Barton and Domeasne of Walreddon together with all Houses Edifices buyldings Barnes, Stables, Cowhowses, Orchards, Gardens, Lands Meadows, Pastures, Feedings, Commons, Common of Pasture, Proffits and Commodityes whatsoever to the same belonginge or in anywise apparteyneinge, And also the Herbage Pasture [...] and undershreddings of the severall parcells of ground and woodland called or commonly known by the name or names of Roundwood, Birchwoo and Langham. All which premises then were and yet are in the tenure Manurance occupation and possession of the said George Cutteford his Assignee or Assignes (excepted and allwayes reserved unto the said Dame Mary Howard, her Heires and Assignes All tymbertrees and Coppice woods in and uppon the premises groweinge or hereafter to bee groweinge with freeliberty and Licence to and for the said Dame Mary Howard her Heires and Assignes to fell cutt downe and carry awaye the same and every part and parcel thereof at her and their wills and pleasures except the wood then or after to bee groweinge in and uppon one parcel of Land called or commonly known by the name of Hornaparke wood parcell of the Barton afore said which was to bee allowed unto the said George Cutteford his Executors Administrators and Assignes for fewel to bee expended in and uppon the premisses TO HAVE AND TO HOLDE the afforesaid Capital Mansion House Barton and Domeasne of Walreddon aforesaid Land and all and singular other the premisses with their and every of their appartenances unto the said George Cutteford his Executors Administrators and Assignes for and during the full terme and tyme Lend unto the full end and terme of Fowerscore and Nyneteene yeeres from thenceforth next and ymedyately followinge fully to bee Compleate, yf he the said George Cutteford, George Cutteford and John Cutteford his sonnes or either of them shall so longe happen to Live, And whereas since the said Dame Mary during her Widdowhood by her sufficient deed Indented bearing date the two and twenteth daye of November in the Fouerth yeere of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Kings Majesty that now is for the consideration therein expressed hath amongst other things therein contayned conveyed and assured unto Walter Hele of Spridleston in the County of Devon, Esqr., Anthony Shorte of Tenton Dreiwe in the said Countie of Devon Doctor of Divinytie and William Gribbs of Tavistock in the said County of Devon gentleman and to their Heires and Assignes the Reservation of all and singular the premises with the appartenants to the premises, intents and purposes in the said last mencioned Indenture contayned and expressed in which laste recited and mencioned deed indented amongst many of her Clauses and provisoes Limitations and agreements therein specified. It is covenanted concluded and agreed by and between all and every the parties to the same and the true intent and meaning of them all and the said deed was, that it should be lawfull to and for the said Dame Mary whether she should be marryed or unmarryed, by any writinge indented and subscribet with her owne hand and sealed by herselfe from tyme to tyme and all tymes so often as she should please to make any Lease or Leases for life or Lives or yeeres in possession of any or all the Mannors Lands Tenements and Hereditaments in the said last recited deed indented mencioned as should not then bee in Lease and demised by herselfe since the makeinge of the said last mencioned Deed indented, or by the said Walter Hele, Anthony Short and William Gribbs or the Survivers of Survivers of them, his or their Heires according to the true intent and meaning of the said last mencioned deed indented, And also any brase or Leases in Reversion or Reversions, Remaynder or Remaynders or Expectancy of all or any the Manners Land in the said last recited deed indented specified, which at the tyme or tymes of such Lease or Leases in Reversion Remainder or Expectancy soe to bee made should bee demised and in Lease; And that ymmedyately uppon and after the makeing of all and every such writing and writings indented and subscribed and sealed as aforesaid the said Walter Hele Anthony Shorte cand William Gribbs and their Heires and the Survivor and Survivors of them his and their Heires and all and everyone seised or to bee seised of such part or parts of the premises as should bee contteyned and specyfyed in such writing and writings indented sealed and subscribed as aforesaid should stand and bee thereof seised to the use of such person or persons and for such estate and estates, and under and according to such Reservacions, Covenants Condicions, Lymitacions and Agreements as should bee contayned in such writtinge and writtings sealed and indented respectively as in and by the said last mencioned Indenture att large it doeth and may appeare NOW theis present wittnes that the said Dame Mary for and in Consideration of one hundred pounds hath by vertue of the said recited and mentioned power and liberty unto the reserved as aforesaid and in pursueance thereof granted Leased and Demised and by theis presents doeth grannt Lease and Demise unto the said George Catteford the Father his Executors Administrators and Assignes the aforesaid Capitall Mansion House [...] an Barton Farme and Domeasne Lands of Walreddon with his Rights members and appartainances and all other the premises with the appartainances formerly Leased and demised by the said Dame Mary as aforesaid TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same unto the said George Cutteford the Father his Executors Administrators and Assignes ymmedyately from and after the several Deathes of the said George Catteford the Father George Cutteford and John Cutteford the sons, surrender Forfeiture or other determination of the estate of the said George Cutteforg the Father of and in the same for and during the full and whole Terme and tyme of one and twenty yeere from thenceforth fully to bee compleate and ended AND the said Dame Mary doeth by theis presents lymite declare and appoynt that the said George Cutteford the Father his Executors Administrators and Assignes Ymedyately from and after the severall deathes of the said George Cutteford the Father George Cutteford and John Cutteford the sons surrender Forfeiture or other determination of the estate of the said George Cutteford the Father of and in the same shall have hold occupye possesse and enioye the aforesaid Capital Mansion Barton Farme and Domeasne Land of Walreddon with his Rights Members and Appartenances and all and singular the foresaid premises Leased and Demeased by the said Dame Mary as aforesaid and duringe the full and whole terme of one and twenty yeeres from thenceforth to bee compleate and ended AND doeth likewise lymite and appoint the foresaid Capital Mansion House Barton Farme and Domeasne Land of Walreddon and, all other the aforesaid premises with the appartaininge Lands formerly Leased and Demised as aforesaid unto the said George Cutteford the Father his Executors Administrators and Assignes in Expectancy and in Reversion ymedyately from and after the several deathes of the said George Cutteford the Father, George Catteford and John Cutteford the sonnes Surrender, Forfeitur or other determination of the estate of the said George Cutteford the Father of and in the same for and during the full and whole Terme of one and Twenty yeares from thenceforth fully to bee compleate and ended AND the said Dame Mary doeth by theis presents lymitte declare and expresse that the said Walter Hele Anthony Shorge and William Gribbs and the Survivor and Survivors of them his and their Heires and Assignes shall stand and be seised and of and in the said Capital Mansion Burton Farme and Domeasne Land in Walredon with the appartainings, Lands and of and in all and singular the afforesaid [...] premissess with the [...] appartaining Lands etc. ymedyately from and after the several deathes of them the said Geoge Cutteford the Futher George Cutteford and John Cutteford the sonnes Surrender forfaiture or other determination of the said estate to the use and behoofe of the said George Cutteford his Executors Administrators and Assignes for and duringe the full and whole terme and tyme of one and Twentie yeeres from thencefourth next in sueninge fully to bee Compleate and ended YEELDINGE and payeing therefore yeerly from and after the Commencement of the aforesaid Terme and estate of one and Twentie yeeres and during the Contynuance of the same the yeerly Rent op Thyrtie pounds p.p. lawfull English Money to bee payed at the Fower most useal Termes or Feasts of payment in the yeere (vizt) the Feast of St. Michael the archangle, The Byrth of our Lord God the Announciation of our blessed Lady Mary the Virgin, and the Nativity of St. John the Baptist by even and equal porcions to bee payed during tha said Terme; The first payyement thereof to bee made at such Feast of the feastes afforesaid as shall first happen after the Commencement of this present Lease or grannt AND also yeelding and paying by and uppon the expiration Forfaiture or other determination of the present Lease the some of Three pounds Sixe shillings and Eight pence for and in the name of an Herryit or Farleird AND also yeelding and paying two fatt [...] Capens is yeerly att the Feast of the Byrth of our Lord God or two shillings for the same at the election of the said Dame Mary her Heires and Assignes duringe the said Terme REPAIREIGNE also sustaining and menetainening all and singuler the foresaid Capital Mansion House and all other the premises with the appartainings, as well as Houses gates and Fences as in all other needfull and necessary Reparations when and as often as need shall require att his and theire owne proper Coste and Charges dureing the said Terme of one and Twentie yeeres, Towards which Reparacions it shall bee lawfull to and for the said George Cutteford his Executors Administrators and Assignes to have and to take sufficient greate Tymber and Hedgeboote yealoboote Plowboote, Foldeboote and Fyerboote in and uppone the premissess groweing or hereafter to bee groweinge during the said Terme AND if it happen said yeerly Rent of Thyrtie pounds to bee behind and unpayed in parte or in all by the space of sixe weekes next after any Feaste or Feastes aforesaid in which the same ought to bee payed being lawefully demanded and not payed and noe sufficient distresse in and uppon the premissess or some part thereof by all that tyme can or may bee found wherby the said Rent soe being behind with the arreares thereof (if any bee) may bee levied and payed that then and from thenceforth it shall and may bee lawfull to and for the said Dame Mary her heires and Assignes into all and singular the premissess with the appartenences to reenter and the same to have agayne repossesse and enioye as in her or their first or former estate; theis presents or anythinge Thereincon [...] toighedcontrary in anywise notwithstanding AND the said Dame Mary for herselfe her Heires Executors, Administrators and Assignes doeth Covenant promise and grannt to and with the said George Cutteford the father his Executors, Administrators and Assigne and to and with every of them by theis presents that the said George Cutteford, his Executors, Administrators and Assignes shall or may peaceably and quietly occupie possesse and enioye all and singuler the demised premissess with the appartainnances every part and parcel thereof without the lawefull lett Hinderance denayel suite Eviction or Expulsion of her the said Dame Mary her Heires or Assignes, or of any other person or persons whatsoeverwhatsoever freely and cleerely exonorated acquited discharged and saved harmless of and from all charges and incumbrances whatsoever the Rents and Services and every due and payable allewayes excepted and foreprized AND the said Dame Mary her Heires and Assignes, the said Capital Mansion House Barton Farme and Domeasnes of Walreddon and all land singular other the premissess with the appartainings except before excepted for and during the Terme aforesaid, by and under the Rents Covenants and Conditions aforesaid unto the said George Cutteford the Father his Executors Administrators and Assignes in manner and forme aforesaid against all people shall and will warrant acquite by theis presents IN WITTNESS whereof the parties above said to theis present Indentures their hands and seales interchangeably have sett y.o, en the daye and yeere first above written Anno Domini 1631
[...] [Signature] Mary Howard alias Grinuil [...] [one seal]

[no title]  D1508M/Moger/437  20th February 1672

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Whitchurch, Spreyton, Milton Abbot, Lydford, Widdecombe, Sampford Spiney, Bere Ferrers.
THIS INDENTURE made the Twentieth Day of February in the four and twentieth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith BETWEENE SIR WILLIAM COURTENAY of Powderham Castle in the County of Devon Baronet of the one part and JAMES COURTENAY of Powderham HUGH STAFFORD of Pines and EDMUND POLLEXFEN of Plymouth in the said County of Devon Esquires of the other WITNESSETH THAT the said Sir William Courtenay for and in consideration of the sum of Five Shillings of lawful money of England unto him in hand paid by the said James Courtenay Hugh Stafford and Edmund Pollexfen the receipt whereof he the said Sir William Courtenay doth hereby acknowledge HATH bargained and sold and in and by these presents doth bargain and sell unto the said James Courtenay Hugh Stafford and Edmund Pollexfen ALL THAT the capital messuage Barton Farme and Demeasne lands of or called Walreddon AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of Fulmoore now or late in the tenure or possession of WILLIAM SKERRETT his Assignee or Assigns AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name Holland now or late in the tenure or possession of RICHARD BALHATCHETT his Assignee or Assignees and ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of Budgehill now or late in the tenure or possession of WILLIAM MATTACOTT his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THOSE the third and twelfth parts of one messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of North Crundell now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN DRAKE his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT the third part of one messuage and tenement called West Crundell now or late in the tenure or possession of the said Sir William Courtenay AND ALL THOSE the third and twelfth parts of one grist watermill commonly called North Crundell Mill AND ALL THOSE lower closes of land commonly called or known by the name of Crelake now or late in the tenure or possession of SAMMUELL MATTACOTT AND ALL THAT the third part of a tenement called Underdowne now or late in the tenure or possession of HENRY VOSPER his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of Torr now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN HUTCHINS his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT meadow commonly called or known by the name of Lower Meadow now or late in the tenure or possession of DODGE his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT wood commonly called Longham Wood containing by estimation fifteen acres or there-abouts now or late in the tenure or possession of the said Sir William Courtenay with their and every of their appurtenances ALL AND SINGULAR which said premises are situate lying and being in the Parish of Whitchurch in the said County of Devon AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of Combe situate lying and being in the Parish of Spreton in the said County of Devon and now or late in the tenure or possession of WILLIAM MANN his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and the moiety of one tenement commonly called and known by the name of WISHLIVEN in the village of Bradtowne now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN UPCOTT his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and other moiety of the said tenement called WISHLIVEN in Bradtowne now or late in the tenure or possession of JAMES WHITBOURNE his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of West Lutton now or late in the tenure or possession of MARY PODE widow her Assignee or Assignees their and every of their appurtenances all which last mentioned premises are situate lying and being in the Parish of Milton Abbott in the said County of Devon AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement lying in the forest of Dartmoor [Lydford] commonly called or known by the name of Prince Hall now or late in the tenure or possession of MARGARETT CHAMPERNOWNE widow her Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement lying in Dunnabridge in Dartmoor aforesaid now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN FURSLAND his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT tenement there - now or late in the tenure or possession of RICHARD PRESSON his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement lying there in Dunnabridge aforesaid now or late in the tenure or possession of ANDREW HANNAFORD his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT tenement commonly called or known by the name of Broomeparkes now or late in the possession of ANTHONY TORR his Assignee or assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement lying in Sherbourne village now or late in the tenure or possession of the late Anthony Torr AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement there now or late in the tenure or possession of ANDREW HANNAFORD the younger his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL OF THOSE three acres of land commonly called or known by the name of the millground now or late in the tenure or possession of ANDREW KNIGHT his Assignee or Assignees with their and any of their appurtenances ALL WHICH said last mentioned premises are situate lying and being in the Parish of Widdicombe in the said County of Devon AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called and known by the name of Eastdown now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN HICKS his Assignee or Assignees and a house and garden in Eastdown aforesaid now or late in the tenure or possession of JOHN BOWDEN both situate lying and being in the Parish of Sampford Spinney in the said County of Devon AND ALL THOSE several pieces and parcels of land commonly called or known by the several names of Sarahpark and Sarah Hey now or late in the tenure or possession of AMBROSE STACY his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage or tenement called Kings Hill and one orchard lying in the burrough of Beeralbiston now or late in the tenure or possession of WILLIAM RIDER his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT messuage and tenement commonly called or known by the name of High Cross now or late in the tenure or possession of WILLIAM SHEPHERD gent his Assignee or Assignees AND ALL THAT tenement commonly called or known by the name of Mallestreet and one wood there containing by estimation five acres or thereabouts by the same more or less now or late in the tenure or possession of the said James Courtenay party to these presents his Assignee or Assignees with their and every of their appurtenances ALL AND SINGULAR which said last mentioned premises are situate lying and being in the Parish of Beerferris in the said County of Devon AND ALL OTHER the messuages lands tenements rents reversions services and hereditaments whatsoever of him the said Sir William Courtenay which were late the inheritance of Dame Mary Greenvill widow deceased situate lying and being in the said Parishes of Whitchurch Spreton Milton Abbott Widdecombe Sampford Spinney and Burferris or in any or either of them with their and every of their appurtenances AND ALL houses edifices buildings gardens orchards lands meadows pastures feedings woods paths waies common of pasture waters watercourses fishings courts Royalties benefits advantages emoluments and hereditaments whatsoever to the said premises or any part thereof incident belonging or in any wise appertaining or now or heretofore used leased occupied or enjoyed known reputed accepted or taken as part parcel or member thereof or of any part thereof (ALL THAT wood commonly called or known by the name of Burchwood containing by estimation thirty five acres or thereabouts situate lying and being in the said Parish of Whitchurch with the appurtenances always foreprised and excepted out of these presents) and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders rents and services of the premises TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said capital messuage Barton Farm and demeasne lands AND ALL AND SINGULAR other the premises hereby bargained and sold or mentioned or intended to be by these presents bargained and sold with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said James Courtenay Hugh Stafford and Edmund Pollexfen their Executors and Assignees from the day before the date hereof for and during the term of one whole year from thence next ensuing fully to be complete and ended yeilding (?) and paying therefore the rent of one pepper corn on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel only if the same be demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of the statute for transferring uses into possession the said James Courtenay Hugh Stafford and Edmund Pollexfen may be in the actual possession of the premises and may be enabled to accept a grant of the reversion and inheritance thereof to them and their heirs to uses thereof to be declared IN WITNESS whereof the parties to these presents their hands and seals interchangeably have set proven the day and year first above written ANNO DOMINI 1672.
SIGNED: William Courtenay (Note: Seal partly broken)
SEALED AND DELIVERED
In the presence of: Gilbert Yarde
Arthur Reynell
Thomas Furlong
John Lewis
Robert Berry
INDENTED: James Courtenay

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