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Reference 6M80
Covering dates 1614-1936
Held by Hampshire Record Office
Extent 21 series
Creators Morant family of Brockenhurst Park, Hampshire
Related information It is probable that the Ringwood manorial records (ref. 51M74) previously deposited in the Hampshire Record Office via the B.R.A., were originally a part of this archive.
Bibliography Country House History Around Lymington, Brockenhurst and Milford-on-Sea, by Blake Pinnell, gives a brief history of the Morant family

Administrative history:
In 1759, an Edward Morant moved to England from Jamaica, where the family had extensive estates. He brought Brockenhurst House and estate in 1770, and his son John Morant, purchased the Manor of Ringwood, from Henry 8th Lord Arundell, in 1794. Death duties, on the death of his great grandson Edward Morant in 1910, forced the family to sell the Ringwood properties in 1916. Many of the Brockenhurst estates were sold in 1951 and 1959

Contents:
There are a few manorial records here (ref. M1-9) including a printed particular of the manor of Ringwood dated 1789. But most of the documents are title deeds to the Morant estates at Boldre, Brockenhurst, Burley, Ellingham, Fordingbridge, Minstead and Ringwood from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Most of the documents relate to the New Forest area but three documents concern the New Inn at Farnborough (E/T21-23) and some relate to estates in London and other counties (E/T214-258). There is also a group of documents relating to the Morant sugar plantations in Jamaica 1792-1894 (E/T259-261). One of these has a schedule of slaves on the estates with details of name, colour, age and race (E/T260)
A group of documents concerns the administration of both the English estates (E/B1-12) and those in Jamaica (E/B13-22) and a large group relates to a chancery lawsuit following the probate of the will of John Morant 1793-1795 (E/L1-26).
The archive has a number of family papers, including settlements, copy wills and a group of household vouchers 1856-1862 (F/A1-18). The miscellaneous section at the end includes a number of documents relating to the salmon fishery on the River Avon.
An additional deposit consists of Ringwood manor leases and Brockenhurst manor leases, with additional material mainly relating to these leases, such as copy court rolls, title deeds and correspondence



MANORIAL  [no ref. or date]

HAMPSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

List of men who have served as tithingmen for Ringwood  6M80/M1  1666-1770

Rough copy of presentment of perambulation of Ringwood Manor  6M80/M2  24 October 1752

Printed particular of the Manor of Ringwood  6M80/M3  1789

Contents:
With details of tenants, property and rent in the parishes of Ringwood and Harbridge

Schedule of 99-year leases determinable on lives, on estates in Ringwood manor  6M80/M4  1793

Contents:
They are listed in 6 bundles; there is an acknowledgement dated 21 December 1793 by C. Harbin that he has received the leases marked in the schedule from Thomas Loggen Esquire

List of fines to be taken from lifehold estates in Ringwood manor  6M80/M5  1793

Contents:
Reference number, names of tenants and 'lives', yearly value, purchase years, amount of fine, and observations are given

Letter from R. Bate at Wimborne to John Morant esquire  6M80/M6  22 October 1825

Contents:
At Brockenhurst, acknowledging receipt of dealbox containing title deeds of Ringwood manor

List of documents re. Ringwood perambulation  6M80/M7  1829

Contents:
Sent to Mr. Morant 27 March 1829

Presentment at Ringwood manorial court  6M80/M8  28 October 1873

HAMPSHIRE AND DORSET  [no ref. or date]

BOLDRE: South Baddesley, LYMINGTON: Pennington, RINGWOOD (all in Hants); HAMPRESTON (Dorset)  [no ref. or date]

Appointment  6M80/M9  1779

Contents:
Of (ii) as steward of hundred and manor of Ringwood, and of manors of South Baddesley, Sharpricks, Pennington Narvett (all in Hants) and manor of Hampreston in Dorset; appointment of (ii) as coroner of Ringwood hundred 7 April 1779
(i) Right Honourable Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Wiltshire
(ii) Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gentleman

ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

HAMPSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

BOLDRE  [no ref. or date]

Deed of exchange  6M80/E/T1  29 Nov 1786

Contents:
29 November 27 George III, 1786
(i) Edward Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire
(ii) Robert Lillington of Lymington, draper
(i) Grants A to (ii)
(ii) Grants B to (i)
A. Close of meadow (1a.) and close of arable adjoining (3a.). The premises are in Boldre and bounded by the river running from Brockenhurst Bridge to Boldre Bridge on the north and east. They are part of Hayward Farm
B. Close of meadow (4a.) near Hayward Mill, Boldre, bounded by the New Forest on the west, and the river on the east (other bounds specified). They form part of a farm purchased by (ii) from the devisees of John Taylor, late of Lymington, draper deceased

Lease for 14 years  6M80/E/T2  12 Aug 1826

Contents:
From 29 September
(i) Thomas Fluder of Lymington, gentleman
(ii) James Phillips of Boldre, yeoman
Annual rent: £29
Covenants for good husbandry
Messuage with outbuildings in Boldre and several enclosures usually occupied with it (25a.); the premises are commonly called Blaizemoor and were formerly occupied by Isaac Gosney and now by Thomas Fluder

Mortgage by demise of property for 100 years if (i) should live so long, and assignment of policy for £3100  6M80/E/T3  29 Jan 1875

Contents:
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park esquire
(ii) Mary Elizabeth Janson and Enima Janson, both of Upper Clapton, Middlesex, spinster
Hayward Farm and Hayward Mill and Farm, Boldre (384a. 13p.) (Details of each field with acreages and tenants' names are given in the schedule) Life Assurance policy with Eagle Life Assurance Company for £3100 dated 29 December 1874
Endorsed is memorandum of payment of £1000 by (i) to (ii) on 24 January 1890; also endorsed is memorandum that on 15 January 1890, the policy was surrendered for £1277-4s. and (i) paid this and also £722-16s. to Mary Elizabeth Janson, and the executors of Emma Janson (who died 22 May 1890)
A sum of £40-3s. was paid in respect of interest due

Report  6M80/E/T4  16 February 1903

Contents:
By John Waters of the Cheese Market, Salisbury on the Old Mansion, Boldre (13a. 1r. 26p.) which he suggests should be leased for £120 p.a. for lease for 21 years and £227-10s. for lease for 80 years
The report was sent to William Young esq. of Salisbury

Report  6M80/E/T5  25 February 1903

Contents:
As E/T4 with amended estimated rent of £155 p.a. for a lease for 80 years

Agreement of compromise  6M80/E/T6  24 May 1910

Contents:
Relating to rights of way over Sandy Down, Boldre, which Edward Morant blocked by erection of fence
(i) Sibylla Mary Lane Shrubb of Boldre Grange, Lymington, widow (as owner of Hill Cottage, Sandydown, coloured pink on plan)
(ii) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and John Digby Mills of Bisterne near Ringwood, esquire (trustees of settlement made 25 May 1894, acting on behalf of John Morant an infant, tenant in tail of the land at Sandy Down coloured green on plan)
(ii) Agree to erect another field gate in addition to two others already erected by Edward Morant, to fix and maintain a culvert for water drainage, to maintain field and wicket gates and to keep them open except with (i)'s consent to the contrary, and to allow the owner or occupier of Hill Cottage along lines shown on the plan in black;
(i) Withdraws her claims to rights of way over lines shown on the plan in red and blue ink

Agreement  6M80/E/T7  9 February 1922

Contents:
That the two tracks indicated on the annexed plan are the only two public rights of way across Sandy Down from Boldre to Roydon and that they shall not be obstructed although the Morant Trustees may construct 'kissing' wicket-gates at the marked points
(i) Boldre Parish Council
(ii) Lymington Rural District Council
(iii) Herbert George Alexander of the Old Mansion, Boldre; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brokenhurst Park, wife of Captain Edward Philip Leigh Hare (known as the Morant trustees, being trustees of settlement dated 25 May 1894)
Attached to the agreement is a letter dated 26 December 1936 from the Clerk of Boldre Parish Council stating they have no objection to Cecil Sutton selling a plot of land for a private dwellinghouse

BOLDRE AND BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T8  1702

Contents:
4 September 1 Anne, 1702
(i) William Knapton the elder of Week in the parish of Christchurch, esquire; and William Knapton the younger, eldest son and heir of William Knapton the elder
(ii) Edward Snook of Batramsly, parish of Boldre, yeoman
(iii) John Therle of Milford, yeoman
Messuage with 8a. land called Coleharbour in Roydon manor; these premises are subject to an estate in being by 2 leases for 99 years determinable on the death of Ezra Moore and two of (ii)'s sons; also piece of meadow and coppice ground (2a.) in Brockenhurst bounded by the river on the east; also 4a. in Roydon west common bounded by Sandy Down on the south and the common on the north and west; and common of pasture for 2 pigs on Roydon Common, and 6 sheep and 2 kine, and liberty to cut 2000 turves from Roydon common; on these premises there is an estate in being by lease for the lives of Robert Woods and Richard Payne; and all tithes from the premises

Release  6M80/E/T9  1703

Contents:
20 January 1 Anne, 1702-3
(i) William Knapton the elder of Weeke, parish of Christchurch Twyneham, esquire and William Knapton the younger, son and heir apparent of William Knapton the elder
(ii) John Bleathman the younger of Brockenhurst, husbandman
(ii) Grants to (i) the yearly rent of 6d. issuing from the premises
Messuage with 6a. ground within the bounds of the heath of the Westside belonging to Roydon or Heathy Dilton Farm and part of the manor of Roydon in the parish of Brockenhurst, bounded on the south side by a ditch of theheath. The premises are now occupied by John Bleathman the elder under lease dated 20 January 1685 for 99 years, for 2s. 6d. rent

Mortgage by demise for 500 years  6M80/E/T10  1731

Contents:
For £40, 11 September 5 George II, 1731
(i) Benjamin Bleathman of Morton, Dorset, labourer, son and heir of John Bleathman late of Brockenhurst, yeoman deceased, and Penelope Bleathman of St. Buthulf, Bishops Gate, London, widow of John Bleathman
(ii) Napthali Hussey, senior of Roydon, Esquire
Premises as in E/T9

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T11  1731

Contents:
14 September 5 George II, 1731
(i) Napthali Hussey of Roydon, esquire
(ii) Odber Knapton of Lymington, gentleman
Premises as in E/T9

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T12  1735

Contents:
21 January 8 George II, 1734-5
(i) Edmund Snook of Walhampton, Boldre, yeoman
(ii) John Snook the elder of Battramsley Boldre, yeoman
Part of meadow and coppice ground (2a.) bounded on the east with the river (other bounds given); also another parcel of land (4a.) in the West Common of Roydon, bounded by Sandy Down on the south and Roydon Common on the north and west (other bounds given); and the tithes; all the premises are in Brockenhurst (and consist of part of the premises in E/T8)

Release  6M80/E/T13  1735

Contents:
For £70, 22 January 8 George II, 1734-5
(i) Edmund Snook of Walhampton, Boldre, yeoman; and Sarah his wife
(ii) John Snook the elder of Batramsley, Boldre, yeoman
Premises as in E/T12

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T14  1739

Contents:
1 March 12 George II, 1738-9
(i) Benjamin Bleathman of Morton, Dorset, yeoman surviving son and heir of John Bleathman late of Brockenhurst, yeoman deceased
(ii) John Snooke of Boldre, yeoman
Premises as in E/T9, now held by John Dale as tenant of Benjamin and Penelope Bleathman

Release  6M80/E/T15  1739

Contents:
For £41 paid to Odber Knapton of Lymington, gentleman in discharge of mortgage (11 Sept. 1731) and £114 paid to (i). 2 March 12 George II, 1738-9
(i) Benjamin Bleathman of Morton, Dorset, yeoman, surviving son and heir of John Bleathman late of Brockenhurst, yeoman deceased
(ii) John Snooke of Boldre, yeoman
Premises as in E/T9

Bond  6M80/E/T16  1739

Contents:
In £300 to fulfil covenants in E/T15, 2 March 1738-9
(i) Benjamin Bleathman of Morton, Dorset, yeoman
(ii) John Snooke of Boldre, yeoman

Assignment of term of 500 years to attend the inheritance  6M80/E/T17  1739

Contents:
For £41, 15 March 12 George II, 1738-9
(i) Odver Knapton of Lymington, gentleman
(ii) John Snooke of Batramsley, parish of Boldre, yeoman
(iii) Edmund Snooke of Sharpricks, parish of Boldre, yeoman (trustee for ii).
Premises as in E/T9

Copy will of John Snook the elder, of Batramsley, Boldre parish  6M80/E/T18  1744

Contents:
To son John Snook the younger and his heirs: all my premises in Batramsley called late Captain Goddards, charged with payment of £150 to Mr. Thomas Sparrow in Lymington
To grandson, John Chaffey: messuage and premises called Blathmans and Woodces (sic) charged with payment of £20 to each of my 3 granddaughters, Mary Chaffey, Eady Chaffey and Anne Chaffey when they are each 21
My son John shall be sole executor
Dated: 7 November 1744
Enclosed are receipts for legacies of £20 by Edith Chaffey 28 September 1764, and for £20 and £6-13-4d (share in Mary Chaffey's legacy) by William and Ann Perkins 1 February 1768, and of £6-13-4d by John Chaffey 4 February 1768 and Eady Chaffey 25 November 1771

Release  6M80/E/T19  1764

Contents:
For £22-10s., 21 April 4 George III, 1764
(i) John Snook of Batramsley, Boldre, husbandman, son and heir of John Snook the elder late of Batramsley, husbandman, deceased
(ii) John Chaffey of Boldre, now servant to John Cook of Christchurch, brewer, grandson and devisee of John Snook deceased
Premises as in E/T9 and E/T12, called The Woods

Mortgage  6M80/E/T20  1764

Contents:
For £80, by demise for 1000 years 28 April 4 George III, 1764
(i) John Chaffey of Boldre, now servant to (ii), grandson and devisee of John Snook the elder, late of Batramsley, Boldre, husbandman, deceased
(ii) John Cook of Christchurch, brewer
Premises as in E/T19
Enclosed is opinion of counsel, 1763, William Rivet, as to whether John Chaffey can sell or mortgage property (in order to pay legacies of £20 to his sisters) without the consent of the heir at law

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T21  1764

Contents:
For £30, 9 August 4 George III, 1764
Parties as in E/T20
Premises as in E/T19

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T22  1765

Contents:
For £60, 9 November 6 George III, 1765
Parties as in E/T20
Premises as in E/T19

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T23  1766

Contents:
For £60, 29 September 6 George III, 1766
Parties as in E/T20
Premises as in E/T19

Agreement to purchase  6M80/E/T24  1768

Contents:
For £340 23 January 1768
(i) John Chaffey of Christchurch, gardener
(ii) Robert Lillington of Lymington, hosier
Messuage with all appurtenances in Brockenhurst and Boldre (18a.) occupied by Edward Perkins and Richard Plowman; and all (i)'s property in Brockenhurst and Boldre
Both parties bind themselves in £100 to fulfil agreement
Property is subject to mortgage to John Cook

Assignment on trust to attend the inheritance  6M80/E/T25  1768

Contents:
For £230 paid to (ii) in discharge of mortgage debts (part of purchase price of £340) and 5s. paid to each of (i) and (ii), 4 February 1768
(i) John Chaffey late of Boldre, now servant to (ii)
(ii) John Cook of Christchurch, brewer
(iii) Robert Lillington of Lymington, hosier
(iv) Richard Brixey of Lymington, butcher (trustee for (iii))
Premises as in E/T19

Release of dower  6M80/E/T26  1768

Contents:
For 5s., 17 February 1768
(i) Sarah Snook widow of Edmund Snook late of Walhampton, parish of Boldre, yeoman deceased
(ii) Robert Lillington of Lymington, hosier
Premises as in E/T12

Lease for 14 years  6M80/E/T27  1791

Contents:
11 November 32 George III, 1791
(i) Robert Lillington of Lymington, gentleman
(ii) Isaac Gosney of Brockenhurst, husbandman
Messuage with barn and several closes of arable and pasture in Brockenhurst called Blasemans and Woodies (16a.); and 2 closes of meadow adjoining lately purchased by (i) from Edward Morant esquire deceased and containing 5a
Annual rent: £20
There are several covenants for good husbandry contained in this lease

Exemplification of a common recovery  6M80/E/T28  1804

The seal is missing

Contents:
28 November 45 George III, (1804)
(i) Robert Lillington Rice demandant
(ii) James Alexander, gentleman
(iii) Thomas Fluder and Elizabeth his wife, vouchees
2 Messuages, 4 gardens, 20a. land, 20a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 5a. wood and common of pasture for all cattle and common of turbary with appurtenances in the parishes of Brockenhurst and Boldre, and all tithes of corn, grain and hay

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T29  1736

Contents:
15 June 10 George II, 1736
(i) Napthali Hussey of Roydon, esquire
(ii) John Snooke of Batramsley, yeoman
Piece of furzey or heathy land in the parish of Brockenhurst or Boldre containing 1a. and lately taken from the west common of Roydon, bounded on the east and south with (ii)'s land and on the north and west with Roydon Common; and all tithes from the premises

Release  6M80/E/T30  1736

Contents:
For 20s., 16 June 10 George II, 1736
Parties as in E/T29
Premises as in E/T29

Assignment for remainder of a term of 99 years, and lease for 500 years  6M80/E/T31  1747

Contents:
For £20 paid to (i) and £6 paid to (ii), 7 May 20 George II, 1747
(i) Edward Langtrey of Boldre, yeoman
(ii) Bethia Cook of Brockenhurst, widow of George Cook late of Brockenhurst, labourer, deceased
(iii) Edward Perkins of Boldre, miller
'One yard of land' (being ¼a.) with dwelling house on it in the west common of Roydon bounded on the north and east by the road from Roydon to Boldre Bridge and on the south by the forest; these premises were held under lease for 99 years, dated 25 March 1726 for annual rent of 2s. 6d; also 2 pieces of enclosed land nearby also held under lease; all premises are in mortgage for £20 to (i) by deed dated 29 March 1740

BOLDRE, BROCKENHURST, RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Settlement  6M80/E/T32  1866


Related information: See also E/T33

Contents:
On the marriage of (i) and (ii), 31 March 1866
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) Flora Jane Eden, spinster, youngest daughter of The Honourable and Reverend William Eden deceased and Right Honourable Anna Maria Baroness Grey de Ruthyn
(iii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk; Charles Frederick Abney Hastings of Willesley Hall, Derbyshire esquire; and Charles John Blount of Richmond, Yorkshire, esquire
(iv) William Legh of Lyme Park, Stockport, Cheshire, esquire
(i) Settles the estates which he inherited from his father, John Morant (died 1857) and the estates which were settled on him for his first marriage to Lady Henrietta Louisa Priscilla Somerset deceased
The estate consists of stock, and premises in Boldre (Hayward Farm, Hayward Mill and Farm, Dunsfords Farm, Cottage, and Red Lion Public House) and Brockenhurst (Dilton Farm, Roydon Farm excluding the Park, Blackhamsley Farm and Brookley Farm)
These premises are more fully described in the schedule; (i) also provides for settlement of mortgage of estates at Sunninghill and Old Windsor in Berkshire for £16000
Various memoranda are endorsed

Settlement  6M80/E/T33  1866

Contents:
On the marriage of (i) and (ii) 31 March 1866
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) Flora Jane Eden, spinster, youngest daughter of the Hon. and Reverend William Eden deceased and the Right Honourable Anna Maria, Dowager Baroness Gray de Ruthin
(iii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk; Charles Frederick Abney Hastings of Willesley Hall, Derbyshire, esquire; and Charles John Blount of Richmond, Yorkshire esquire
Slade Farm, Boldre (130a. 37p.); house and land at Brockenhurst (1a. 1r. 18p.); cottage and field at Brockenhurst (2r. 26p.); house and garden at Brockenhurst (2r. 7p.); land at Brockenhurst (8a.); double tenement at Brockenhurst (1a. 35p.); three cottages and land at Brockenhurst (1a. 2r. 14p.); the white Hart Inn at Ringwood (2r. 4p.) (details in schedule)

Mortgage  6M80/E/T34  1884


Related information: See also E/T138, for release of Ringwood property 1874

Contents:
For £4000, 9 December 1884
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire, beneficial owner of the premises; Flora Jane Morant his wife, mortgagee
(ii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Surrey, clerk; Right Honourable Charles Frederick, Baron Donington of Donington Park Leicestershire, trustees of (i)'s marriage settlement
(iii) Richard Henry Rigden of Salisbury, Wiltshire, land agent and George Charles Rigden of Lewes, Sussex, surgeon
Premises as E/T33 (except the White Hart Inn, Ringwood); and also messuage or farmhouse in Ringwood (51a. 2p.) numbered 931-951 inclusively and 2550 on Ringwood tithe map constituting Hightown Farm and woodland

Acknowledgement of right to production of documents  6M80/E/T35  1885

Contents:
Listed in the schedule (E/T33 and deed dated 16 February 1874), 3 August 1885
(i) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk and Rt. Hon. Charles Frederick, Baron Donington of Donington Park, Leicestershire
(ii) Richard Henry Rigden of Salisbury, Wiltshire, land agent and George Charles Rigden of Lewes, Sussex, surgeon
The deeds relate to premises in Boldre, Brockenhurst and Ringwood which were conveyed to (ii) by way of mortgage on 9 December 1884 (see E/T34)

Draft appointment  6M80/E/T36  22 July 1889

Contents:
Of John Morant of Brockenhurst Park of sum of £5000 charged on the Brockenhurst estate, on marriage of Herbert George Alexander with Mabel Caroline Flora Morant

Assignment of E/T34  6M80/E/T37  1889

Contents:
To secure £4000 by conveyance of A and B and assignment of C for remainder of 950 years, 3 October 1889
(i) George Charles Rigden of Lewes, Sussex, surgeon
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park esquire
(iii) John Butler Yeats of Blenheim Road, Bedford Park, Middlesex; and William Edmund Reilly Hamilton of St. James Gate Brewery, Dublin, esquire
This deed is supplemental to E/T34
Recites that Richard Henry Rigden died 12 December 1885
A. Premises as in E/T34 (subject to mortgages dated 16 January 1877 and 13 July 1881);
B. And piece of land (1a. 1r. 13p.) at Brockenhurst with adjoining ground (2r. 7p.); and parcel of land (20p.)
C. Piece of land at Brockenhurst with a frontage of 200 feet to the high road, with house, shop, garden and building there, held under lease for 950 years from Caroline Swanson and numbered 106 and 107 on Brockenhurst tithe map

Appointment of new trustees  6M80/E/T38  1900

Contents:
To replace Charles Frederick Baron Donington (formerly Charles Frderick Abney Hastings) who died 24 July 1895 and Charles John Blount who died 2 April 1881, 28 March 1900
(i) Flora Jane Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow (John Morant died 30 May 1899)
(ii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk
(iii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire; and Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, esquire
This deed is supplemental to E/T32-33

Appointment of new trustee  6M80/E/T39  1900

Contents:
To replace Reverend Arthur Eden, who wishes to retire, 6 June 1900
(i) Flora Jane Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk in holy orders
(iii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire and Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, esquire
(iv) The Hon. Gilbert Hastings Campbell of the Carlton Club, Pall Mall, London
This deed is supplemental to E/T32,33,38

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T40  1902

Contents:
Of £4000, 16 April 1902
(i) John Butler Yeats of Blenheim Road, Bedford Park, Middlesex, esquire and William Edward Reilly Hamilton of St. James Gate Brewery, Dublin, esquire
(ii) William Isaac Shard of 22 College Hill, London, solicitor, and Dawson Shard of 90 Croxted Road, West Dulwich, Surrey, esquire
Premises comprised in E/T34 and E/T37 and deed dated 24 May 1894

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T41  1904

Contents:
Of £4000 21 April 1904
(i) William Isaac Shard of 22 College Hill, London, solicitor and Dawson Shard of 91 Croxted Road, West Dulwich, Surrey, esquire
(ii) John Gerard Cobb and Thomas Hugh Cobb, both of 22 College Hill, London, solicitors
Premises as E/T40

Transfer  6M80/E/T42  1904

Contents:
Of the sum of £5000 (charged on the Brockenhurst Estate for portions for the children of Flora Jane Eden and John Morant) to be part of the personal estate of (ii), 2 August 1904
(i) Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Mandeville, Jamaica, West Indies, esquire and Robert Ernest Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, banker, trustees of the settlement on the marriage of Mabel Caroline Flora (daughter Flora and John Morant) and Herbert George Alexander 22 July 1899
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
Attached to this deed are two memos relating to deed dated 22 July 1889 (E/T36)

Reconveyance  6M80/E/T43  1904

Contents:
12 August 1904
(i) John Gerard Cobb and Thomas Hugh Cobb, both of 22 College Hill, London, solicitors
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iii) Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Mandeville, Jamaica, esquire
This deed is supplemental to E/T34, E/T37 deed dated 24 May 1894 and E/T40-41

Appointment of new trustees  6M80/E/T44  1911

Contents:
Of marriage settlement (E/T32-33) to replace Charles John Blount (who died 2 April 1881) and Charles Frederick Abney Hastings (who died 24 July 1895) and Arthur Eden (who died 17 November 1908), 31 October 1911
(i) Flora Jane Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow (John Morant died on 30 May 1899)
(ii) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre esquire and Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire

Acknowledgement  6M80/E/T45  1912

Contents:
By (i) of (ii)'s right to production of documents specified in the schedule (E/T32, 38-39), 17 May 1912
(i) Herbert George Alexander of the Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire and The Honourable Gilbert Hastings Campbell of Glenlee Park, New Galloway, Co. Kircudbright
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, Hampshire

Release from trusts of settlement  6M80/E/T46  1915

Contents:
9 October 1915
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire and Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire
(ii) Mabel Caroline Flora Alexander, wife of (i)
(iii) Herbert George Alexander, Jules Gaston Duplessis and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
Premises comprised in second settlement on the marriage of John Morant and Flora Jane Eden, 31 March 1866 (in Boldre, Brockenhurst and Ringwood) except those which have been conveyed by deeds of 16 February 1874 and 4 November 1911

Release  6M80/E/T47  1917

Contents:
Of charge of £5000 on settled estates under the marriage settlement, 14 April 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire, Dudley Hallam Wallace Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire
(ii) Herbert George Alexander and Hon. Gilbert Hastings Campbell of Glenlee Park, New Galloway, Co. Kirkcudbright
(iii) Herbert George Alexander, Jules Gaston Duplessis and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow of Edward Morant, who died 20 January 1910
(iv) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, infant son of Edward Morant deceased
This deed is supplemental to E/T32, E/T36 and another deed of 22 July 1889, E/T38, 39, 42

Acknowledgement  6M80/E/T48  1921

Contents:
By (i) to (ii) of right to produce copies of deed dated 22 July 1889, 12 October 1921
(i) Walter Wilson Wynne and Arthur Paul Foley
(ii) Herbert George Alexander, Jules Gaston Duplessis and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare trustees of the Morant Settled estates

Release  6M80/E/T49  1928

Contents:
From terms of marriage settlement of Edward Morant and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare and assignment of term of 500 years to merge with the inheritance, 15 November 1928
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire, and Dudley Hallem Wallace Alexander of Meadow End, Brockenhurst, esquire
(ii) Herbert George Alexander, Jules Gaston Duplessis and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brockenhurst Park, Brockenhurst, wife of Captain Edward Philip Leigh Hare
Premises known as The Brockenhurst and Ringwood estates

Mortgage  6M80/E/T50  1867

Contents:
By release of premises in A and assignment of premises in B, for £2000,28 March 1867
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, Hants and of Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
(ii) Harriet Frances Lambert of Northampton, widow
A. 6 Pieces of freehold land at Sandy Down (3a. 1r. 37p.) abutting on the road from Boldre to Roydon Farm in the parish of Boldre Freehold land (1a. 1r. 20p.) at Latchmore, Brockenhurst abutting on the Southampton and Dorchester Railway. These lands were part of the unenclosed waste of the New Forest
House with outhouse, garden, orchard and lands at Shobley, Ringwood, numbered 790, 792-794 on Ringwood tithe map and consisting of 3a. 1r. 18p. altogether Land at Crowfield, Ringwood (2r. 27p.) being no. 184 on Ringwood enclosure map
2/3 of close called Burts or Millhams (2a.) in Brockenhurst (no. 191 on Tithe Map); messuage and premises with 2 plots of meadow at Brockenhurst (1a. 1r. 18p.) numbered 190 and 192 on the Tithe Map; cottage with field belonging in Brockenhurst (no. 189 on the Tithe Map) containing 2r. 26p. formerly called Mousehole
2 Pieces of land at Greenmore, Boldre parish formerly part of the New Forest containing 39p. and 38p respectively, and also cottages on the pieces of land
Pieces of land covered with water (2r. 24p.) at Whitley Ridge Walk, Brockenhurst, bounded on the west by the road from Lyndhurst to Brockenhurst; 2 pieces of land (2r. 21p.) at Hone Corner in Whitley Ridge Walk bounded on the west by the road from Brockenhurst to Lymington; 2 pieces of land (1r. 15p.) near the Southampton-Dorchester railway at Brockenhurst and bounded on the north by the railway and on the east by the forest; several pieces of land covered with water (1a. 9p.) at Brockenhurst Mill, Whitley Ridge Walk; several pieces of land covered with water including half the mill stream at Brockenhurst Mill (3r. 3p.); and 3r. 11p. at Palmers Water, Whitley Ridge Walk bounded on the east by the forest
Pieces of land at Brockenhurst (5a. 32p.) numbered 128-131, 275, 308, 467 on the tithe map. 2 pieces of land at Sandy Down, Boldre parish in Whitley Ridge Walk, one of which contains 13a. 18p. and abuts on the Brockenhurst to Boldre High Road on the north, and the other of which contains 12a. 1r. 8p. and abuts on the road on the south
Hurdles Cottage with land adjoining (2a.) in Ringwood and numbered 1500-1502 on the tithe map. 26p. in Ringwood
B. Cottage at Heathy Dilton, Brockenhurst with blacksmith's shop, garden and meadow (3a.); lands lately part of the New Forest waste containing 12p., 16p., 6p. respectively bounded on the south west by Royden Farm and on the south east by Dilton Farm
20r. At Brockenhurst bounded on the east by the high road from Christchurch to Southampton, with messuage and buildings built there, cottage with garden and premises at Brockenhurst bounded on the east by the Lymington - Lyndhurst turnpike road and numbered 92 on the tithe map
Land on the north side of the Lymington to Boldre Bridge road at Boldre Bridge measuring 144 feet on north and south 50 feet at east end and 18 feet at west end, and messuage built there

Mortgage  6M80/E/T51  1868

Contents:
For £3000, 10 January 1868
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park and of Park Lane, Middlesex esquire
(ii) Robert Shute of Baring Crescent, Exeter, esquire; and Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, gentleman
Messuage, garden and premises in Ringwood formerly known as house in Ringwood measuring 29' 9" at the front, with the garden at the front (22p.) and also a strip of land extending from Horseys Lane to the garden measuring 14' in the widest part and 8' in the narrowest part and which premises are part of premises called The King and Queen
Piece of land with messuage on it, lately used as a toll house, with garden belonging containing 10 perches and numbered 1499 on the tithe map
Farmhouse and premises in Ringwood (listed in schedule) formerly described as messuage, with barn, fuel house and other outhouses, yard and garden adjoining (1r. 10p.), Upper Coppice (3a. 2r. 11p.), Coppice Close (3a. 3r. 4p.), Home Close or The Six Acres (4a. 3r. 26p.) Barn Close or Orchard Close (4a. 18p.) Marle Ground or Close (4a. 2p.), Chalk Close (3a. 1r. 17p.) Slides Close (5a. 3r. 38p.), Holmes Close (4a. 3r. 23p.), the lane leading to Holmes Close (18p.), the Wood (5a. 3r. 16p.) close late an allotment in Hightown Common, numbered 489 on Ringwood enclosure map (3a. 3r. 4p.); close of arable late two allotments part of Crowfield (3a. 2r. 23p.) numbered 191 and 192 on Ringwood enclosure map adjoining Back Lane
The premises were conveyed to (i) by deeds dated 28 May 1867, 18 December 1867 and 31 December 1867
Endorsed are memoranda of covenants for production of this deed and E/T48

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T52  1874

Contents:
For £2000 paid to (i) and further charge of £3000 on the premises lent by (iii), 16 February 1874
(i) Harriet Frances Lambert
(ii) John Morant
(iii) Robert Shute of Baring Crescent, Exeter, Devon, esquire; Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, gentleman
Premises as in E/T50

Mortgage  6M80/E/T53  1874

Contents:
By release of premises in A-E and assignment of premises in F, for £2000, 20 November 1874
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, and of Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
(ii) William Steggall Peddar of Kennett, Cambridgeshire, gentleman
A. Messuage, garden and premises in Ringwood lately occupied by William White, conveyed to (i) by Isaac Veal 28 May 1867
Piece of land with messuage lately used as toll-house and garden, containing 10p. and numbered 1499 on Ringwood tithe map, conveyed to (i) by the Trustees of the Ringwood, Longham and Leigh Turnpike Trust 18 December 1867
(These premises are part of premises in E/T51 Premises in A. in E/T50)
B. Cottage and garden (1r. 23p.) near Hampshire Hatches, Ringwood, numbered 1998 on Ringwood tithe map
C. Cottage with garden (12r.) at Brockenhurst Weirs, Brockenhurst, bounded on the west and south by the New Forest
D. Piece of land near the Bridge at Brockenhurst being a moiety of the land formerly called Lymburners, then Badpoles and then Burtons, bounded on the north by the New Forest, on the west by part of Burtons field, on the east by the Lymington - Lyndhurst road; also cottage on the land called Myrtle Cottage
E. Pieces of land at Teddington, Middlesex (24a. 2r. 20p.)
F. Premises in B in E/T50
The premises described in A are subject to mortgage of £3000 to Robert Shute and Frederick Halsey Janson, by virtue of deeds dated 28 March 1867, 10 January 1868 and February 1874
The premises described in E are subject to a mortgage for securing £1880 and £2940 by virtue of deed dated 23 March 1870
The premises described in B, C, D and E are subject to a mortgage of £1000 by virtue of deed dated 21 October 1874
N.B. See E/T220-221 for mortgage and reconveyance of the Middlesex property and part of the Hampshire property comprised in this deed
Enclosed is a notice to Robert Shute and Frederick Halsey Janson that premises have been assigned 23 November 1874

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T54  1877

Contents:
16 January 1877
(i) Robert Shute and Frederick Halsey Janson
(ii) Henry Janson of Walthamstow, Essex
Premises as in E/T50-51

Reconveyance and reassignment  6M80/E/T55  1881

Contents:
12 July 1881
(i) William Steggall Peddar
(ii) John Morant
Premises as in E/T54

Mortgage  6M80/E/T56  1881

Contents:
For £1000 by release of premises comprised in A and assignment of premises comprised in B for the remainder of several terms 13 July 1881
(The premises are fully described in 21 schedules)
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, and Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
(ii) Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, solicitor and John Birkett of 59 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, surgeon
A. Premises as B, C and D in E/T53
Moiety of piece of land (¼a. in Brockenhurst bounded by the High Road on the west 2 cottages (formerly one) at Boldre and 1¼a. adjoining, bounded on all sides by land formerly part of the New Forest and now called Sandy Down House and premises in Ringwood lately used as a tollhouse(part of A in E/T53)
Premises as in A in E/T50
B. Premises as in B in E/T50
Also lands numbered 225, 256 and 258 on Brockenhurst tithe map, containing respectively 29p., 32. 1r. and 14p
Some of the premises comprised in A are already subject to a charge of £3000 to Robert Shute and Frederick Halsey Janson

Reconveyance and reassignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T57  1898

Contents:
26 August 1898
(i) Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, solicitor and John Birkett formerly of 59 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, now of 1 Sussex Gardens, London, esquire
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iii) Edward John Halsey Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iv) Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Jamaica
Premises as in E/T56, except that portion which was sold to the London and South Western Railway Company in 1890

Reconveyance  6M80/E/T58  1898

Contents:
26 August 1898
(i) Henry Janson formerly of Walthamstow, Essex, now of 24 Westbourne Terrace London, esquire
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire, life tenant of the premises by deed of 22 August 1896
(iv) Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, esquire, Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Jamaica esquire, trustees
Premises as in E/T50-51 (except what was sold 1890 to London & South Western Railway Co.)

BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Abstracts of title  6M80/E/T59  18th century

Contents:
Abstract of title, 1684-1743, and additional abstract of title, 1767-1783, of Captain Dalrymple to properties at Brockenhurst
The documents are marked A and F

Licence  6M80/E/T60  9 July 1783

Contents:
Jeremiah Cray of Ibsley, lord of the manor of Brockenhurst grants John Dalrymple of Watcombe, Brockenhurst esquire, licence to sell or assign any of the premises he holds of the manor

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T61  1784

Contents:
9 August 24 George III, 1784
(i) John Dalrymple of Manchester Square, Middlesex esquire
(ii) Edward Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire
Piece of arable (3½a.) commonly called Battins in Brockenhurst, bounded by lands of (i) and George Blake esquire and purchased by (i) from George Paulett esquire; also close of arable called South lands (5a. 1r. 4p.) bounded by the lands of (i) and (ii); also coppice land (½a. 36p.) being the north part of a coppice belonging to (ii); also messuage barn and stable and close called Wicketts Mead (2a.), close called North Close in North Lane (2¾a.), close of pasture called Green Close (4½a.) and adjoining close of meadow (2½a.); also close in North Lane (3¼a.); also 3 paddocks of arable and pasture (1½a.); close called Norlands (3a.) adjoining land called Bassetts
All the premises are in the parish of Brockenhurst and were purchased by (i) from Thomas Missing esquire

Release  6M80/E/T62  1784

Contents:
For £296, 10 August 24 George III, 1784 Parties as in E/T61. Premises as in E/T61
The premises are subject to a lease dated 8 December 1753 by Thomas Missing of Stubbington, esquire (now deceased) to John Blake of Brockenhurst, esquire for the lives of John Blake, Mary his wife, and John Bradley Blake their son, for annual rent of 5s

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T63  1806

Contents:
20 August, 46 George III 1806
(i) Sir Thomas Broughton of Broughton, Staffordshire, baronet and Reverend Christopher Taylor late of Blashford, now of Moyles Court, D.D. devisees in trust under the will of Jeremiah Cray late of Ibsley, esquire deceased
(ii) Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk, and Charles Shard of Lovell House, Sunninghill, Berks, esquire
Manor of Brockenhurst with all appurtenances White Lane Coppice (9a. 2r. 16p.)
1/3 Of Colliers Coppice (3a. 1r. 16p.)
Home Farm (58a. 1r. 12p.) formerly held by Edward Morant esquire
Mocks Field and Mocks Meadow (7a. 2r. 10p.)
Plot of pasture called Atwoods Plot (1r. 30p.)
White Pitts (4a.)
Pieces of arable and woodland late held by James Gale (16a. 2r. 30.)
Messuage with piece of meadow called Cricketts Plot (1a. 3r.)
Cottage and garden (34p.)
2 Tenements with appurtenances (1r.)
Messuage with garden lately held by James Dibble Cottage and garden (1r. 20p.)
Cottage, garden and pieces of land (5a. 1r. 26p.)
Newly built public house and garden (1r. 2p.)
Piece of land and tenement (36p.)
Messuage, garden and meadow (3r. 10p.)
Messuage with garden and orchard (2r. 10p.)
Cottage and garden (3r.)
Messuage with appurtenances
Several pieces of arable and meadow (15a. 1r. 30p.) called Fathers
Plots of arable and pasture (8a.)
Cottage and garden and plot with several pieces of arable or ground (13a. 20p.)
Messuage with garden and plot of meadow called Rumbells in the Park
Site of another messuage lately pulled down and called Cottrells and the plot of meadow belonging (2a. 1r. 36p.)
House called The Court House with ground and appurtenances (6a. 1r.)
Plot of meadow called Strawberry Plot (2r. 10p.)
Several pieces of meadow (8a. 3r. 10p.)
Messuage and garden called the Mills and meadow called Mill meadow (8a. 2r. 10p.)
Messuage, garden and plot of ground (2r.)
Messuage with garden called the Frog Paddock (1r.)
Cottage and garden (30p.)
Messuage and barn with yard, garden and appurtenances (27a. 2r. 22p.)
Cottage, smith's shop and garden (10p.)
Cottage and 2 gardens (2r. 34p.)
All the premises are in the parish of Brockenhurst

Release  6M80/E/T64  1806

Contents:
For £4396-17-7d. paid by (iv) to (ii) and £4396-17-7d paid by (iv) to (i) for the infant children of the late Dame Sarah Grant deceased, 21 August 46 George III 1806
(i) Sir Thomas Broughton of Broughton, Staffs., bart. and Revd. Christopher Taylor, late of Blashford, now of Moyles Court, D.D. devisees in trust by the will (dated 17 Sept. 1786) of Jeremiah Cray late of Ibsley, esquire deceased
(ii) Alexander Cray Grant of York Place, Marylebone, Middlesex, esquire; Lewis James Grant of Grenville Street, Brunswick Square, Middlesex, esquire; Henrietta Maria Grant of York Place, spinster; they have all reached the age of 21 and are 3 of the 6 children of Dame Sarah Grant deceased, late wife of Sir Alexander Grant of York Place, bart. Dame Sarah Grant was formerly Sarah Cray spinster and was one of the daughters and devisee in the will of Jeremiah Cray
(iii) Sir Alexander Grant, father of (ii) and also father of Robert James Grant, Louisa Grant and Caroline Sarah Grant, infants
(iv) Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk; Charles Shard of Lovell House, Sunning Hill, Berks, esquire
Premises as in E/T63 (details given in first schedule)
Recites will of Jeremiah Cray deceased whereby he devised the manor of Brockenhurst to (i) on trust for his daughters Margaret and Sarah
Recites that Margaret married Percival Lewis on 2 September 1788 and died on 7 April 1796 leaving 5 children; Sarah married Alexander Grant and died on 4 March 1797 leaving 6 children
The Court ordered a partition of the premises on 24 January 41 George III 1801
The lands comprised in this deed are part of the lands comprised in the partition
The lands are valued at £6500 and the timber at £2293-15-2s., making a total purchase price of £8793-15-2d

Lease for 3 lives  6M80/E/T65  1808

Contents:
The lives of (ii) aged 27, Mary Ann his wife aged 27 and Mary Rossiter Whitemarsh, their daughter aged 2, 10 June 1808
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) David Whitemarsh of Brockenhurst, shopkeeper
Messuage, shop, buildings, yard and garden and close of land adjoining, all which premises measure 1a. 1p. and are in the manor of Brockenhurst and now held by (ii)
Consideration: surrender of a former lease dated 2 November 1773; and £108
Annual rent: 6s. 8d.; and 3s. 6d. for any default from manorial court

Counterpart of E/T65  6M80/E/T66  1808

Abstract of title  6M80/E/T67  1816

Contents:
Of Mr. Benjamin Hall Brown to a messuage and land at Latchmore, Brockenhurst from 1706 to 1814
Attested true copy, 28 May 1816
Enclosed is a draft from 1706-1807

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T68  1816

Contents:
3 October 56 George III, 1816
(i) Hannah Horn of Thatcham, Berkshire, widow and Benjamin Hall Brown of Lymington, gentleman
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
Messuage with barn, stable, outhouses and appurtenances in Brockenhurst, commonly called Latchmore; also field called Barn Close (5a.); piece of land called Carthouse Close (4¼a. and 25 luggs); West Furze Ground (6¾a.); The Five Acre Piece (5a. 32 luggs); Meadowland (4½a. 35 luggs); field called Goldwithy (1¾a. and 30 luggs); field called the Furzy Ground (2a.); field called Littleworth (4½a. and 28 luggs); the Corner Field (1¾a. and 5 luggs); Coppice (1a. 36 luggs); field called Breakheart (2¾a.); field called the east end of the Furze ground (5¼a. and 10 luggs). All the premises are at Latchmore in the parish of Brockenhurst

Release  6M80/E/T69  1816

Contents:
By (ii) to (iii) in consideration of £500 paid to (ii) and £1000 paid to (i) in discharge of mortgage debt 4 October 56 George III, 1816
(i) Hannah Horn of Thatcham, Berks., widow
(ii) Benjamin Hall Brown of Lymington, gentleman
(iii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
Premises as in E/T68 (detailed in 3 schedules)
There is an endorsement that the Lymington Railway Co. purchased 1a. 1r. 9p. from the Latchmore estate on 25 March 1857

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T70  1815

Contents:
8 June 55 George III, 1815
(i) William Gale of Brockenhurst, schoolmaster
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch, esquire
1/3 Of: messuage, outhouses and garden and several pieces of land belonging commonly called Pointers, Dixons and The Marle Pit Grounds and consisting of: close adjoining the garden (2r. 16p.), close adjoining the last mentioned close (1a. 3r. 39p.); close called Highwoods Mead (3a. 1r. 35p.); close called Lower Longstrip (1a. 33p.); close called Upper Longstrip (3a. 11p.); close called Upper Meadow (1a. 3r. 16p.); close called Small Paddock (2a. 1r. 14p.); close called the Marlpits (8a. 3r. 39p.); close called Highwood Coppice (2a. 2r. 8p.); close called Rumbolds Mead; also 1/3 of: messuage, barn, outhouses and rickbarton with garden belonging (3r.) 2 closes called Bartletts Closes (6a.); these premises are called Burnetts
All the premises are in Brockenhurst

Release  6M80/E/T71  1815

Contents:
For £ 140, 9 June 55 George III, 1815
(i) William Gale of Brockenhurst, schoolmaster, son of James Gale of Brockenhurst, yeoman by Susannah his wife; also devisee of John Gale late of Brockenhurst gentleman deceased; and Maria, wife of William Gale
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch esquire
(iii) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman
Premises as in E/T70
The estate is expectant on the deaths of James and Susannah Gale, who have lifehold interest in premises under the will of John Gale
Covenant to levy fine

Final concord (both parts)  6M80/E/T72  1815

Contents:
For £60 from Holy Trinity in 3 weeks 55 George III (11 June 1815)
(i) George Adams, plaintiff
(ii) William Gale and Maria his wife deforciants
1/3 Of: 4 messuages, 4 gardens, 50a. land, 20a. meadow, 20a. pasture, common of pasture for all cattle, and common of estovers with appurtenances in Brockenhurst

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T73  1816

Contents:
27 December 1816
(i) William Gale of Brockenhurst, schoolmaster
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch esquire
1/3 Of: messuage with yard, garden and orchard belonging and piece of meadow adjoining (½a.) bounded by Griggs Lane on the east and Brookley Road on the south. The premises are commonly called Joyces; also of messuage, garden and close of arable or pasture (4½a.) commonly called Butts; also of close of arable called Priors Croft, close called Backside Close now thrown together; these two closes are 7½a.; also of close of arable called Griggs (1a.) close called Burts or Millham (1½a.); several closes called Burnetts and Burnt Acre, now thrown into one close (4a.); all the premises are in Brockenhurst

Release  6M80/E/T74  1816

Contents:
For £ 230, 28 December 1816
(i) William Gale of Brockenhurst, schoolmaster one of the sons of James Gale of Brockenhurst yeoman by Susanna his wife; also a devisee under the will of John Gale late of Brockenhurst, gentleman, deceased; and Maria, wife of William Gale
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch, esquire
(iii) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman
Premises as in E/T73
The estate is subject to the lifehold interest of James and Susannah Gale under the will of John Gale deceased
A plan of the premises is endorsed
Covenant to levy fine
(i) Also assigns to (ii) all his interest in the personal estate of John Gale deceased (expectant on the deaths of James and Susanna Gale) and consisting of £300
Consideration; 10s
(i) Also releases to (ii) his share in the premises expectant upon the deaths of George Gale his brother and Mary Gale his sister without issue and in the lifetimes of James and Susannah Gale
Consideration: 10s

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T75  1817

Contents:
13 August 57 George III, 1817
(i) George Gale of Colney Hatch, Middlesex, gardener
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch, esquire
1/3 Of: messuage, barn, outhouses and rick barton with garden (3r.) and 2 closes called bartletts (6a.); these premises are commonly called Imberleys or Bartletts Living; and of messuage with yard, garden and orchard and plot of meadow called Carrion Plot (½a.) bounded by Griggs Lane on the east and Brookley Road on the south; these premises are part of premises called Joyces; also of messuage with garden and close (4½a.) called Butts; also of closes called Priors Croft and backside Close containing altogether 7a.; Backside Close is part of the premises called Joyces; also of close of arable called Grigg's (1a;) and close called Burts or Millhams (1½a.); also close called Burnetts now thrown with another close called Burnt Acre and containing together 4a.; also of messuage and garden with outhouses and appurtenances occupied by William Jenvey; also 2r. 16p. adjoining the garden and close adjoining (1a. 3r. 39p.); also close of meadow called Small Paddock (2a. 1r. 14p.). All these premises are called Pointers; also of Upper Longstrip (3a. 11p.) and Lower Longstrip (1a. 33p.) being premises commonly called Dixons; also the Marle Pit Grounds consisting of Highwood Mead (3a. 1r. 35p.), Upper Meadow (1a. 3r. 16p.), the Marlepitts (8a. 3r. 39p.), Rumbolds Mead (4a.) and Highwood Coppice (2a. 2r. 8p.) The premises are all in Brockenhurst

Release  6M80/E/T76  1817

Contents:
For £420, 14 August 57 George III, 1817
(i) George Gale of Colney Hatch, Middlesex, gardener, one of the surviving children of James Gale of Brockenhurst, yeoman (who d. 4 June 1817) and Susannah his wife(who d. 12 January 1817) he is also devisee of John Gale late of Brockenhurst, gentleman, deceased
(ii) George Adams of Christchurch, esquire
(iii) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman
Premises as in E/T175
(i) Also assigns to (ii) all his interest in the personal estate of John Gale deceased
Consideration; 10s
(i) Also assigns to (ii) his interest in the above estates, expectant upon the death of Mary Gale before she is 21
Consideration: 10s

Case for the opinion of counsel  6M80/E/T77  22 September 1820

Contents:
Concerning the will of John Gale of Brockenhurst, gentleman, dated 13 April 1801. The opinion of Edward B. Sugden of Tilgate Forest is written below the statement of the case

Letter from John Morant to Charles St. Barbe esquire of Lymington asking him to advance £50 to Woodford  6M80/E/T78  14 July 1821

Assignment of term of 1000 years, created 18 February 1803, on trust to attend the inheritance  6M80/E/T79  1823

Contents:
4 August 1823
(i) George Adams of Christchurch, esquire
(ii) William Woodford of Brockenhurst, malster, and Mary his wife (neice and devisee of John Gale late of Brockenhurst, gentleman, deceased)
(iii) Benjamin Baskett of Lymington, gentleman (trustee for ii)
1/3 of: messuage called Imberleys at Brockenhurst; several closes of land belonging consisting of 2 closes of arable or pasture called Home Closes, meadow called Millhams, messuage at Broomkley, 2 closes of arable or pasture land called Home Closes, and 2 closes called Butts Closes
The term was created 18 February 1803 when John Gale demised the premises to Thomas Beck for 1000 years to secure £200 and interest. Thomas Beck assigned the term to (i) on 18 November 1804 to secure £200 and interest. John Gale by his will dated 13 April 1801 devised the premises to John West of Lymington, mercer and James White of Lymington, grocer on several trusts
The premises were put up for sale by auction following the death of John Gale because his will did not provide sufficiently for payment of his debts. John Morant purchased a close called Knights (5a. 15p.) and out of the purchase money, £352 10s. has been paid to (i) in discharge of the mortgage

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T80  1823

Contents:
20 October 1823
(i) William Woodford of Brockenhurst, malster and Mary his wife late Mary Gale, spinster, one of the three surviving children of James Gale late of Brockenhurst, yeoman and Susannah his wife both deceased; and also devisee in fee by the will of John Gale late of Brockenhurst, gentleman also deceased
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
1/3 Of: messuage with outbuildings commonly called Emberleys or Bartletts (3r. 27p.); also close of pasture belonging called Home Close (2a. 2r. 33p.) close belonging now or formerly called Home Close (2a. 3r. 39p.); close of land belonging formerly called Millhams, now called Burts (1a. 3r. 37p.) Messuage with yard, garden and close of arable or pasture in Brockenhurst (4a. 3r. 8p.) now or formerly called Butts; messuage with yard, garden, orchard and plot of meadow at Brockenhurst now or formerly called Carrion Plot (1a. 2r. 23p.) with Griggs Lane on the east and Brookley Road on the south and commonly called Joyces and now or late occupied by Charles Gale with several closes belonging, consisting of: close called Spires or Priors Croft, close called Backside; these two closes are now held together and contain 7a. 20p.; close of arable called Griggs (2r. 20p.); close called Burnetts (2a. 1r. 34p.); messuage with garden and appurtenances at Brockenhurst (23p.) with several closes belonging, viz.: close called Long Strip (1a. 18p.); close called Rumbolds Mead (2a. 17p.); close called Upper Marl Pitt (3a. 3r. 23p.); close called Great Marl Pitt (8a. 10p.); close called Boxton's or Foxtons Mead (2a. 2r. 21p.); close called Highwood Mead (3a. 3r. 15p.)
Piece of wood called Highwood Coppice (2a. 31p.); lane leading to the coppice (1r. 3p.); piece of land called Upper Pointers Butt (2a. 4p.); close called Lower Pointers Butt (2r. 16p.); the last mentioned messuage and lands have been known as The Marlpitts

Receipt  6M80/E/T81  27 October 1823

Contents:
Signed by Wm. Woodford for £5 received from John Morant as further part of the purchase money for the late Mr. Gale's estate

Pedigree of the Gale family  6M80/E/T82  nd [19th century]

Contents:
The Paper is marked A

Account of John Morant esquire with Mr. and Mrs. Woodford  6M80/E/T83  1819-1826

Contents:
Amounting to £705 for purchase of a share in John Gale's property

Office copy will of George Adams of Christchurch Twyneham, banker  6M80/E/T84  1823-1826

Contents:
Disposes of estate at Brockenhurst (purchased from Lord Henry Paulet) and another estate at Brockenhurst and Christchurch Twyneham, and his interest in banking concern of Dean Clapcott and Adams
Trustees and executors: wife Sarah and brother Francis Bryant Adams
Dated 20 November 1823
Appointment of executors by codicil dated 23 April 1824
Note of probate 9 February 1826

Will of Simon Masters of Brockenhurst, blacksmith  6M80/E/T85  25 January 1830

Contents:
To son James Masters and his heirs: 2 freehold messuages, formerly 1 with garden, orchard and paddock (1½a.) in Brockenhurst, with messuage built in the orchard (the premises are subject to mortgage for £80 to Messrs. Edward and John Templer)
My wife Elizabeth may occupy the premises in the orchard for her widowhood rent-free
Executor: my son James Masters

Conveyance  6M80/E/T86  1851

Contents:
14 August 1851
(i) The London and South Western Railway Co
(ii) James Masters of Brockenhurst, blacksmith (who has declined to repurchase land)
(iii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(iv) Robert Riddell Bayley of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman, trustee for (iii)
Piece of land in Brockenhurst with cottage built on part of it, bounded on the south-west by the Lyndhurst - Lymington turnpike road, and on the south-east by the railway (other bounds specified, and the plot is coloured yellow on the plan endorsed on the deed)
The premises were purchased by (i) from James Masters for the Southampton-Dorchester railway but are not now required
Consideration: land of equal value conveyed by (iii) to (i)

Notice of intention to sell cottage, blacksmith's shop, garden and premises, unless mortgage debt is paid within six months  6M80/E/T87  23 September 1854

Contents:
(i) Richard King
(ii) John Smith of Heathy Dilton, Brockenhurst, labourer

Attornment of tenant  6M80/E/T88  1857

Contents:
24 December 1857
(i) John Smith of Heathy Dilton, Brockenhurst, blacksmith
(ii) Richard King of Lymington, bookseller
Cottage or blacksmith's shop, land and premises at Heathy Dilton, parish of Brockenhurst, now occupied by (i) for weekly rent of 1s. 6d. and mortgaged to (i) by (ii) by deed dated 22 December 1849

Order by (i) for exchange  6M80/E/T89  1861

Contents:
(ii) Shall take premises listed in B
(iii) Shall take premises listed in A
23 May 1861
(i) The Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire
(iii) Nathaniel Bowden Smith of Brockenhurst esquire
A. Sawyers Mead (1a. 2r. 37p. and 2a. 2r. 34p.); Fathers ground (2a. 2r. 32p. and 4a. 3r. 8p.) Part of garden plot (30p.); waste (1r. 36p.) Roadway (6r. and 5r.); 1/3 of Butts Field which consists of 3a. 2r. 31p.; and 1/3 of another part of Butts Field consisting of 1a. 6p. (These premises are numbered 32, 33, 173, 174, 155a, 817a, 23a, 25a, 178, 179 on the enclosure map)
B. Golds Piece (3a. 3r. 29p.), Stony Lands (3a. 1r. 1p.) Meadow (5a. 1r. 12p. and 1a. 34p.) (These premises are numbered 31, 74, 76 and 251c on the enclosure map)
Plan annexed

Declaration  6M80/E/T90  1866

Contents:
Of Harriet Corbin (formerly Harriet Collis spinster), wife of Corbin Robert Corbin of Barton, Milton, yeoman and Kezia Street (formerly Kezia Collis, spinster) wife of Charles Street of Hill End Farm, Sherborne St. John, yeoman
They declare that they are two of the daughters of John Herbert Collis late of Brockenhurst, innkeeper (d. 12 October 1840) who devised his whole estate to his wife Elizabeth for life, with remainder to his 6 children. He devised his estate called Great Fords at Brockenhurst to his son George Collis and his heirs
Elizabeth Collis died in 1855, George Collis died 30 April 1851, leaving Harriet Corbin, Kezia Street, Hannah Collis, Sophia Collis and Elizabeth Collis his surviving sisters
On the death of Elizabeth Collis widow, the property was valued at £1190-18-2d. and Hannah and Elizabeth Collis agreed to take to the property on payment of this sum but no conveyance was made
Sophia Collis married Joseph William Higginbottom in 1859 and they had one child, Rosa Sophia Higginbotham who has survived her parents and is now aged 6
This declaration was made 15 February 1866 Attached to it are certificates of burial of Elizabeth Collis, George Collis and Sophia Higginbotham and certificate of the birth of Rosa Sophia Higginbotham

Mortgage by demise of the premises for 99 years and assignment of assurance policy  6M80/E/T91  1875

Contents:
To secure £2000 and interest, 31 August 1875
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Henry Janson of Walthamstow, Essex, esquire
Premises at Brockenhurst described in schedule (315a. 1r. 38p.) called Dilton Farm
Policy of Assurance in the Eagle Assurance Company on the life of (i) and the sum of £2100 thereby assured

Surrender of term of 99 years and reassignment of assurance policy  6M80/E/T92  1889

Contents:
9 May 1889
(i) Henry Janson of Walthamstow, Essex, esquire
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park
Premises as in E/T91

Mortgage  6M80/E/T93  1878

Contents:
Of (i)'s life interest in premises, by demise for 99 years if (i) should live so long, to secure £2000, 14 March 1878
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Vincent Biscoe Tritton of 5 Barne Park Terrace, Teignmouth, Devon, esquire
Blackhamsley Farm, Bridge Farm, and Rose and Crown Inn and Farm at Brockenhurst (details of individual parcels of land are specified in the schedule which gives name of land, state of cultivation and acreage)
(i) Also assigns to (ii) by way of further security, Assurance policy with Eagle Assurance Company on the life of (i) for £2100

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T94  1879

Contents:
For £2000, 26 April 1879
(i) Vincent Biscoe Tritton
(ii) Samuel Smith of Embley, Romsey, esquire
Premises as in E/T93

Schedule of deeds relating to E/T93  6M80/E/T95  1881

Contents:
Premises as in E/T93

Surrender of mortgage  6M80/E/T96  1889

Contents:
8 February 1889
(i) William Bachelor Coltman of 8 Hyde Park Gardens, Middlesex, now of 13 Queens Gate Gardens, esquire, barrister at law; Godfrey Lushington of 16 Great Queen Street, Westminster esquire C.B. sons-in-law and executors (jointly with Mary Smith) of Samuel Smith who died 26 November 1880
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
Premises as in E/T93

Plan with elevations and sections of proposed new house at Brockenhurst  6M80/E/T97  nd [c 1904]

Contents:
For James Ballantine esquire by Thos. Ballantine of 86 York Street, Westminster

Counterpart agreement for building lease for 99 years from 25 March 1904  6M80/E/T98  1904

Contents:
18 April 1904
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) James Ballantine of Hinton Firs, Bournemouth, gentleman
Piece of ground on north side of Hinchelsea Road, Brockenhurst, shown green on the annexed plan

Declaration  6M80/E/T99  26 October 1874

Contents:
By William Scorey of Brockenhurst
He knew James Brown late of Brockenhurst, yeoman, malster and butcher, who died in August 1868, possessed of 3a. arable called Burton's at Brockenhurst adjoining the Lymington-Lyndhurst road and in front of Mrs. Sarah Hall's house; James Brown devised the premises to his daughter Elizabeth Jane, wife of Joseph Crush Mee, late of Redbridge, gentleman; they took possession of the premises and conveyed one moiety to Robert Cole of Turnworth, Dorset, gentleman

Counterpart agreement for building lease  6M80/E/T100  1906

Contents:
31 May 1906
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Frank Christy Leonard Fell Christy and William Middleton, trading as Christy Brothers and Middleton of Chelmsford, Essex, electrical engineers
Piece of land at Brockenhurst (no. 297 on O.S. and 301 on tithe map) coloured green on the annexed plan
A schedule contains an undated but signed lease

Counterpart licence for 99 years from 5 April 1909  6M80/E/T101  1909

Contents:
For laying down gas pipes and mains under the roads and waste of Brockenhurst manor, 11 October 1909
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) The Brockenhurst Gas Company
Rent: £5 p.a. for first 2 years and £10 p.a. thereafter
The pipelines are shown on the annexed plan

Guarantee for faithful performance  6M80/E/T102  1909

Contents:
By the Brockenhurst Gas Co., of covenants contained in lease of land (no. 595 on O.S. map and 316 on tithe map), 28 May 1909
(i) E.V. Preston
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant esquire

Agreement for building lease  6M80/E/T103  1909

Contents:
5 January 1909
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Flora Jane Morant of Brockenhurst, widow
(ii) Shall build house worth at least £700
Piece of ground in Brockenhurst coloured pink on the plan

Building lease for 99 years from 29 September 1908  6M80/E/T104  1909

Contents:
15 June 1909
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Flora Jane Morant of Brockenhurst, widow
Premises as in E/T103
Parties as in E/T103
Rent: £16 p.a

Counterpart of E/T104  6M80/E/T105  1909

Surrender  6M80/E/T106  1915

Contents:
Of a lease bequeathed to (i) by will of Flora Jane Morant, dated 13 November 1911, under trusts of settlement dated 25 May 1894, whereby the Brockenhurst estate (of which the premises form part) was settled to the use of John Morant, infant 5 July 1915
Premises as in E/T103, known as Eden Lodge, Partridge Road, Brockenhurst
(i) Mabel Caroline Flora Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, wife of Herbert George Alexander
(ii) Herbert George Alexander; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow

Plan of part of the parish of Brockenhurst  6M80/E/T107  10 March 1924

Contents:
Showing line (in blue) of proposed sewer
The plan has been signed by all the parties of E/T108
The various properties are coloured blue, green, yellow and pink

Grant of sewer easement  6M80/E/T108  1925

Contents:
24 July 1925
(i) Gertrude Margaret Carew Cass of The Cottage, Duxhurst, Surrey, spinster who has lifehold interest in Marden (coloured yellow on annexed plan) under will of her brother Reverend Frederick Charles Guise Cass-Tewart (who d. 13 February 1923)
(ii) Selina Charlotte Watson of Marden, Spinster
(iii) Margaret Isabella Watson, Meriel Georgiana Watson, Evelyn Horatia Watson, Selina Charlotte Watson and Gwendolen Olivia Watson, all tenants of (i) at Marden under agreement dated 29 February 1924, and owners as tenants in common of land shown blue on the annexed plan
(iv) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brockenhurst Park, wife of Captain Edward Philip Leigh Hare trustees of the Brockenhurst estate for John Morant, infant tenant in tail, under settlemtnt 25 May 1894 (The Brockenhurst estate includes the pieces of land coloured pink and green on the annexed plan)
Part of the Brockenhurst estate. Parish of Brockenhurst being part of inclosures numbered 165 and 166 on the Ordnance Survey Map, and coloured green on the annexed plan

Deeds relating to The Lamb, Brockenhurst  6M80/E/T262-272  1731-1846

Contents:
In 1731, this was described as a Paddock, called Little Paddock, containing 30 lugs of land, with a dwelling house, adjoining the King's Highway, Brockenhurst. By 1766, the dwelling house was known as The Lamb. The owner of The Lamb in 1791, was Charles Terry, and in 1791 he bought an adjoining piece of land, containing 12 lugs, with a blacksmiths shop on. In 1804 George adams bought this land, along with The Lamb, which now included a pig sty on an adjoining strip of land. The Lamb and blacksmiths shop were bought by John Morant in 1846
Owners and occupiers include: George Etheridge, of New Parke, Brockenhurst, yeoman (1731); Richard Etheridge of Brockenhurst, collar maker (1731); John Gale of Brockenhurst, yeoman (1766); Charles Terry of Brockenhurst, blacksmith, (1791); Stephen Rooke of Brockenhurst blacksmith and Mary his wife (1804); George Adams of Brockenhurst, esq., (1804); William Walter Quartley (1846); John Morant of Brockenhurst, esq. (1846)

Bargain and sale  6M80/E/T273  2 Aug 1759

Contents:
Watcombe House and lands, Brockenhurst
(i) John Blake of Watcombe, Brockenhurst
(ii)John Howard of Bedfordshire, esq.

Assignment  6M80/E/T274  20 May 1819

Contents:
From John Rickman of Lymington, gent., to John Morant of Brockenhurst, esq., of a Rock Life Insurance Policy, for £200, as surety for money owed,

Indenture  6M80/E/T275  18 Jan 1839

Contents:
Agreement to produce on demand certain deeds in the possession of John Morant, relating to property owned by Richard Pounds
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esq.
(ii) Richard Pounds of Bagnor, Ringwood, yeoman

Mortgage  6M80/E/T276  24 Dec 1878

Contents:
To secure £350
The living of Brockenhurst parish, in return for £350, to be used for the erection of a parsonage on land given by the crown
(i) Rev George Octavius Wray of Brockenhurst
(ii) Rev William Mark Wray of Ovingham, Northumberland
Attached to deed, various letters and receipts regarding the transaction, on dorse of deed a table showing interest and instalments of principal

BROCKENHURST AND CHRISTCHURCH  [no ref. or date]

Appointment and release in fee  6M80/E/T277  3 Apr 1823

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Brockenhurst, and a covenant to surrender messuages and lands in Christchurch, to secure £2500 and interest
Tenants and lands in Brockenhurst and Christchurch, acreages and field names given
(i) George Adams of Christchurch, esq.
(ii) Charles Bowle of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, clerk

Appointment of William Clapcott  6M80/E/T278  8 Oct 1824

Contents:
To be a trustee in the place of Francis Bryant Adams, under the will of George Adams, with the consequent conveyance and assignments of his real and personal estates to Mr Thomas Abraham in Trust,
(i) Francis Bryant Adams of London, watch manufacturer (one of the devises named in the will of George Adams)
(ii) Sarah Adams of Christchurch, widow (also a devisee of George Adams)
(iii) William Clapcott of Little Down House, Holdenhurst, esq.
(iv) Thomas Abraham of Wimborne Minster, bookseller

Appointment of Richard Dean and Rev William Walter Quartley  6M80/E/T279  16 Nov 1827

Contents:
To be trustees of the will of the late George Adams in place of Sarah Adams and William Clapcott, and consequence release and assignment of this residuary real and personal estate,
All leaseholds, messuages, lands, tenements hereditaments and premises and other personal estate and effects
(i) William Clapcott of Littldown House, Holdenhurst, gent
(ii) Sarah Adams, widow
(iii) Francis Bryant Adams of London, watchmaker
(iv) Richard Dean of Holdenhurst, yeoman, William Quartley of Keynesham, Somerset, clerk

Conveyance and Declaration of Trust  6M80/E/T280  16 Nov 1827

Contents:
For the estate of the late George Adams,
Share in the title of Sarah Adams, debts, mortgages, bills and securities and furniture, with a schedule listing the furniture in individual rooms in Sarah Adams Christchurch house
(i) Sarah Adams of Christchurch, Twyneham, widow
(ii) William Clapcott, Arthur Quartley of Christchurch, Twyneham, surgeon
(iii) Richard Dean and William Walter Quartley of Keynesham, Somerset, clerk

Declaration by William Clapcott  6M80/E/T281  30 Dec 1834

Contents:
In favour of William Quartley in respect of the fund applicable for the payment of half of a debt of £18,000, due from the firms of Dean, Clapcott and Adams, to the firm of Dean, Clapcott Quartley & Co,e
(i) Mary Clapcott
(ii) William Clapcott, jun
(iii) Arthur Quartley
(iv) Richard Dean and William Walter Quartley (as above)

BROCKENHURST AND LYNDHURST  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage  6M80/E/T282  12 Oct 1722

Contents:
To secure £55 with interest,
Tenement called Mocks, with garden, orchard and 23a of land at Brookley
(i) Robert Burton of Brockenhurst, yeoman
(ii) Roger Andrews of Southampton, merchant

Mortgage  6M80/E/T283  12 Nov 1722

Contents:
To secure £110 with interest
Tenement and lands (as in 6m801/T282)
(i) Robert Burton (as in 6m801/T282
(ii) Roger Andrews(as in 6m801/T282)

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T284  21 Nov 1722

Contents:
Tenement and lands (as in 6M80/E/T282)
(i) Roger Andrews (as in 6M80/E/T282)
(ii) Robert Burton, now of London, coachmaker
(iii) Joseph Shepard of Lymington, gent
(iv) John Goffe of Burley, gent
(v) Richard Chalk of Lymington, gent., and James Bailey of Lyndhurst, blacksmith
(i) Assigns the mortgage to (v) with part of the lands being sold to (iv) and part to (iii)

Mortgage  6M80/E/T285  10 Jan 1732

Contents:
To secure £20 Parcel of land called Mox, in Brockenhurst, (1a)
(i) George Stretch of Lyndhurst, husbandman
(ii) John Goffe of Burley, lodge keeper

Indenture of sale  6M80/E/T286  20 Jun 1734

Contents:
Lands as above
(i) George Stretch (as in 6M80/E/T285)
(ii) John Goffe (as in 6M80/E/T285)

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  6M80/E/T287  16 Aug 1750

Contents:
Closes of pasture, 28a., called Barn Close, Woolhayes, Barnaby or Pound Mead, Dirkmans Mead, Broad Close Thatch, another Barn Close, Lyndhurst Coppice Close, and a tenement called Elcombs tenement in Lyndhurst, Broad Mead Close, containing 6a, in Lyndhurst, and a parcel of ground called Mox, in Brockenhurst
(i) Hannah Grant of Lyndhurst, widow Vincent Hawkins of Lyndhurst, gent., and Mary his wife
(ii) George Stretch of Lyndhurst, labourer, and Susannah his wife
(iii) William Hawkes of Millbrook, tanner
(iv) Edward Dixon, of Burley Lodge, groomkeeper
(v) John Goffe of Hackwood, groomkeeper
After the removal of an entail, (i) Vincent Hawkins sells the 28a in Lyndhurst to (iii), 6a in Lyndhurst to (iv), and (ii) sells Mox to (v)

Mortgage  6M80/E/T288  13 Apr 1773

Contents:
To secure £200 with interest,
Tenement called Mocks, 5 closes of arable land (11a), 1 coppice called Wide Lane Coppice (8a), parcel of land called Mox (1a), all in Brookley, Brockenhurst
(i) Charles Goffe of Lyndhurst, yeoman
(ii) Christopher Cobb of Ringwood, merchant

Bond  6M80/E/T289  13 Apr 1773

Contents:
In £400, for the performance of covenants conveyed in indenture of equal date
(i) Charles Goffe (as in 6M80/E/T288)
(ii) Christopher Cobb (as in 6M80/E/T288)
Previously enclosed in 6M80/E/T288

Lease and release  6M80/E/T290-291  18-19 May 1779

Contents:
Lands as in 6M80/E/T288
(i) Charles Goffe (as in 6M80/E/T288)
(ii) Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent

Copy will of John Goffe  6M80/E/T292  27 Feb 1773

Contents:
Submitted to Counsel for opinion on the validity of title, resulting in confirming that Charles Goffe has an estate in fee and can convey, subject to the payment of £50 to Gregory Goffe, and that James Goffe has an estate tail, of which he can bar the remainder by recovery
Previously enclosed in 6M80/E/T290-291

Lease and release  6M80/E/T293-294  3-4 May 1781

Contents:
Lands (as in 6M80/E/T288)
(i) Richard Fezard Mansfield (as above)
(ii) Thomas Gale of Brockenhurst, timber merchant
(iii) John Gale of Brockenhurst, gent
(i) Conveys to (iii) for the use of (ii)

Agreement  6M80/E/T295  2 Apr 1793

Contents:
For the purchase of properties, for £2670, Tenement with 95a of land in Brockenhurst, tenement in Brockenhurst called Goughs, 3 parcels of land called Broadlands Lane Plott, Picked Close and Meadow Plott
(i) John Gale of Brockenhurst, gent
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, gent
Before this contract could be completed, John Morant died, and a chancery court action arose over the validity of Gale's title, and as to whether and in what form the contract should be completed. The Master of the Rolls gave directions. The following deeds E/T296-E/T301, dated 26-27 Jan 1797, give the details

Lease and release  6M80/E/T296-297  26 Jan 1797

Contents:
Lands and tenements, including Wyre Mead, Mox, Mocks Coppice, Broadlands, Ridleycroft, Toalscroft, all in Brockenhurst
(i) Betty Gretnam, of Brockenhurst, widow, devisee of the will of the late Thomas Gale, John Gale, son of the late John Gale of Brockenhurst, gent., also a devisee of Thomas Gale
(ii) Rev Lascelles Iremonger, of Clatford, and Charles Shard of Lovells Hill, Berks, esq., guardians of John Morant, infant son of the late John Morant

Release and conveyance  6M80/E/T297  27 Jan 1797

Contents:
Lands (as in 6M80/E/T296) with schedule
(i) John Gale, with the approbation of David Dore, of Lymington, cordwainer executor of Robert Lillington, as mortgagee of some of the above premises
(ii) Betty Greatham (of above)
(iii) John Gale jun
(iv) Rev. Lascelles Iremonger and Charles Shard (as above)
(v) John Morant, jun

Assignment  6M80/E/T298  27 Jan 1797

Contents:
Assignment of several outstanding terms of years affecting certain lands and hereditaments in Brockenhurst, purchased by the late John Morant, from John Gale
(i) John Reynolds of Brockenhurst, by the direction of Betty Greatham, and John Gale, and by the nomination of the Rev. Lascelles Iremonger, and Charles Shard
(ii) James Pearson, and Thomas Loggan, in trust for John Morant, jun

Bargain and sale  6M80/E/T299  27 Jan 1797

Contents:
Lands, about 100a, including Taplins Meadow, Humbleys Great Meadow, Humbley's Great Ground, The Wyre Meadow, Chalks, Broadlands, Little Bare Grains, Ridleycroft, Pitts Coppice, Upper Mocks, Toalscroft, Marle Pitt Ground, Wide Lane Coppice, Dixon's Coppice, all in Brockenhurst
(i) Betty Greatham and John Gale
(ii) John Morant, jun

Fine (with copy)  6M80/E/T300-301  28 Jan 1797

Contents:
5 messuages, 5 cottages, 70a of land 20a of meadow, 20a of pasture and 20a of wood, in Brockley and Brockenhurst
(i) John Morant, esq
(ii) Betty Gretnam, widow, and John Gale, gent
Previously enclosed in 6M80/E/T299

Release  6M80/E/T302  25 Jan 1796

Contents:
Lands in Brockley and Brockenhurst (field names and dimensions given)
(i) Charles Biddlecomb of Burton, esq
(ii) John Gale of Brockenhurst, esq

Will and administration of James Bailey of Lyndhurst  6M80/E/T303  20 Jan 1797

Contents:
(Will dated 14 Nov 1755), bequeathing to his family his lands in Lyndhurst

BROCKENHURST AND RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  6M80/E/T109  1894

Contents:
By way of confirmation of mortgages dated 9 December 1884 and 3 October 1889, to secure £4000 and interest, 24 May 1894
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iii) John Butler Yeats of Blenheim Road, Bedford Park, Middlesex, esquire and William Edmund Reilly Hamilton of St. James Gate Brewery, Dublin, esquire
Heathfield House Garden and Field (1a.3r. 20p.) which were conveyed to (i) on 26 October 1858 and then described as messuage with outbuildings and 2 closes of land in Brockenhurst, numbered 93, 94, 95 and 96 on the tithe map
Messuage and premises in Ringwood (2r. 7p.) which were conveyed to (i) on 9 February 1863; and garden opposite the house on the north side (50p.) at Moortown in the parish of Ringwood

BURLEY  [no ref. or date]

Duplicate conveyance  6M80/E/T110  1918

Contents:
For £1150, 14 October 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of the Old Mansion, Bolder, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Joyce Margaret Fortescue of Cadnam, spinster
Parcels of freehold land at Burley with farmhouse and buildings there, coloured pink on the annexed plan and more fully described in the third schedule; and commonly known as Foulford Farm; and right of way over the road over the New Forest and Hightown Common to the north west and east of the premises and coloured yellow on the plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

ELLINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  6M80/E/T111  1681

Contents:
For £1260 10s. (with livery of seisin endorsed), 14 July 33 Charles II 1681
(i) Sir Thomas Tipping of Wheatfield, Oxfordshire, knight; and Dame Elizabeth his wife, daughter and co-heir of Sir White Beconsaw, formerly of Moyles Court, knight, deceased; Thomas Tipping esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir Thomas Tipping; Alicia Lisle of Moyles Court, widow, another daughter and co-heir of Sir White Beconsaw; John Lisle, esquire, son and heir apparent of Alicia Lisle
(ii) Henry Bolney of Kingston, Ringwood, gentleman
3a. Meadow in Blashfordmeade, next to Long Withey, bounded on the north by 3a. meadow held by Richard Philpott (Right to carry the water for watering Blashford meadow, and royalties of hawking, hunting and fishing are reserved)

ELLINGHAM AND RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Release of dower  6M80/E/T112  1819

Contents:
For 10s., 28 September 1819
(i) Ann Gibbs of Ringwood, widow of Richard Gibbs of Ringwood, gentleman (who conveyed the premises to (ii) by Lease and Release 22-23 April 1812)
(ii) John Merryweather of Poole, esquire
Messuage with stables, granary, rickscaffold, outbuildings, yard, garden and several pieces of land as follows:
In South Mead, 2a. 36p
In Northfield, 2a. 3r. 31p.; orchard (3a. 3r.36p.)
New Close (5a. 3r. 17p.); lane and ground (1a. 17p.);
Lane and upper ground (5a. 33p.) in the parish of Ringwood
3a. In Blashford mead, Ellingham parish

Counterpart Lease for 7 years  6M80/E/T113  1861

Contents:
30 August 1861
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) Hay Richards Morant of The Manor House, Ringwood esquire
Manor of Ringwood with all appurtenances including rights to game over all the lands of John Morant in the parishes of Ringwood and Ellingham and the extra-parochial lands being part of the Ringwood estate
Annual rent: £100

Copy order for exchange of lands in Ringwood and Ellingham, 1 October 1863  6M80/E/T114  1914

Contents:
(i) The Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(iii) John Mills of Bisterne, esquire Copied 30 July 1914

Particulars of estates belonging to John Morant esquire in Ringwood and Ellingham  6M80/E/T115  1893


Related information: See also E/T120

Contents:
The name or description of each property is given with tenants' name, number on tithe map and acreage. The total amounts to 2467a. 3r. 2½p

Linford and Poulner  [no ref. or date]

Copy lease for a year  6M80/E/T116  1821

Contents:
12 November 7 George II, 1733
(i) John Ford of Ringwood, yeoman
(ii) James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman
20a. In Poulner, in the tithing of Bistern, commonly called Fords Lands; and enclosed meadow ground (2a.) in Middlemarsh, Ringwood with the corsie on the north part; these premises were demised by (i) to William Bampton from 29 September 1662 for 99 years for annual rent of 1s; and also close called Bisthurne Hays (2a.) in Paulner, bounded with a ground called Smythies on the south and a lane on the east and North Field on the west and north; these premises were demised by John Ford deceased to Stephen Ayles, since deceased on 6 March 20 Charles II for 99 years for annual rent of 6d.; and ½a. arable or pasture lying against Narrow Lane on the east and shooting against the Old Orchard on the north; these premises, in Poulner, were demised by John Ford to Samuel Merris from 25 March 1682 for 99 years for annual rent of 6d.; and yearly rent of 2s. 6d. from several lands at Lynford in the parishes of Ellingham and Ringwood; and yearly rent of 1s. from lands now occupied by John Waterman; yearly rent of 1s. from lands now occupied by Jane Whitemarsh, widow in Ringwood; yearly rent of 6d. from lands occupied by Jane Lyne widow in Ringwood; yearly rent of 8d. from lands late occupied by Henry Lyne in Ringwood; yearly rent of 6d. from lands occupied by Henry Witt in Ringwood; yearly rent of 1s. 6d. from lands occupied by Thomas Martin the elder in Ringwood; yearly rent of 1s. from lands occupied by Thomas Martin the younger in Ringwood; yearly rent of 4d. from lands occupied by Joseph Lyne in Ringwood; yearly rent of 1s. from lands occupied by Flower, wife of John Angell, gentleman (formerly Flower Lyne spinster) in Ringwood
Certified true copy 22 September 1821

Copy release  6M80/E/T117  1821

Contents:
For £15, 13 November 7 George II, 1733
(i) John Ford of Ringwood, yeoman and Hannah his wife
(ii) James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman
Premises as E/T116
Certified true copy 22 September 1821

Poulner  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy will of Martin Bence of Ringwood, hosier  6M80/E/T118  1736-1739

Contents:
To Kinsman Martin Gye and his heirs: messuage at Poulner now occupied by Henry Etheridge with lands belonging; and also premises in Ellingham Monetary bequests
Date of will: 6 April 8 George II, 1736
Proved in Ringwood peculiar court, 8 October 1739

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T119  1917

Contents:
For £2400, 22 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire, Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Frederick Lambert of North Poulner, Ringwood, farmer
Farm called North Poulner Farm or Lambert's Farm and lands belonging in Ringwood and Ellingham containing 55a. 3r. 20p. coloured pink on the annexed plan and more fully described in the third schedule
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Schedule (in pencil) of property  6M80/E/T120  nd(Post 1910)


Related information: See also E/T115 - some of the properties are the same

Contents:
With name of tenant, description of property, reference to tithe map and amount of outgoings
Property in Ringwood, Ellingham and Poulner

FARNBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

Architect's drawings for the New Inn at Farnborough by Tho. Mason  6M80/E/T121  Apr 1842

Contents:
1. Basement Plan
2. Ground Plan
3. First Floor Plan
4. Plan of Attic stores
5. Plan of Roof
6. West Elevation
7. North Elevation
8. East Elevation
9. South Elevation
10. Cement Coping for Gables

Specification for an inn at Farnborough Place, Surrey for George Morant esquire  6M80/E/T122  Apr 1842

An estimate for building an inn at Farnborough for G. Morant esquire, amounting to £1300 by T. Nason  6M80/E/T123  30 Apr 1842

FORDINGBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  6M80/E/T124  1685

Contents:
For construction of drain to carry water from springs and rivulets on (i)'s land to land of (ii) and (iii) 20 May 36 Charles II, 1685
(i) Jane Bestland of Cowerly, Fordingbridge, widow
(ii) John Bishopp of Gowerly, Ibbesley, yeoman
(iii) John Bayly of Gowerly, Ibbesley, yeoman
Four parcels of Moorey or marshy land adjoining Fryerne Southe Meade, bounded on the east with North Gowerly Field, and containing 15a
The north part belongs to (i), the middle part to (iii) and the south part to (ii)

LYNDHURST  [no ref. or date]

Copy court roll  6M80/E/T304  29 Oct 1816

Contents:
Manor of Lyndhurst: admission of Mary Carpenter Newbolt, to one cottage and garden in Lyndhurst

Conveyance  6M80/E/T305  18 Mar 1836

Conditions of access: Not fit for production

Contents:
The Crowns Interest in certain copyhold premises of Lyndhurst manor
(i) The Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods
(ii) William Hign

Mortgage  6M80/E/T306  24 Jan 1883

Contents:
To secure £1000, with interest
Parcel of land at Emery Down, Lyndhurst, 1a. 1r. 16p. (bounds given) with8 cottages, erected in part of the said land
(i) Frank Philip Payne, William Joseph Payne, of Emery Down, Lyndhurst, carpenters and joiners
(ii) Joseph Short of Lyndhurst, grocer
Endorsed on back:
Reconveyance, 12 Sep 1887
Lands (as above)
(i) John Golden Short of Lyndhurst, chemist, Edwin Short of Romsey, ironmonger
(ii) Frank Philip Payne, William Joseph Payne (as above)

Mortgage  6M80/E/T307  18 Aug 1888

Contents:
To secure £500 with interest
Parcel of land at Emery Down with 4 tenements erected on it (bounds given, with plan)
(i) Frank Philip Payne of Emery Down, Lyndhurst, builder
(ii) William Joseph Payne of Emery Down, Lyndhurst, builder
(iii) William Mead of Lyndhurst, corn merchant
On dorse of deed:
Further charge to secure £200 with interest, 11 Dec 1891
Land and parties as above
Reconveyance, 11 Oct 1899
(i) Thomas Edward Smith of Foundary Lane, Southampton, law clerk
(ii) Frank Philip Payne, William Joseph Payne

MINSTEAD AND RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Rockford  [no ref. or date]

Copy Will of John Compton of Manor House, Minstead, esquire  6M80/E/T125  1821

Contents:
To Dr. Scrope Berdmore, Warden of Merton College, Oxford, as long as he is rector of Minstead: 3 closes (7a.) near Minstead church lately occupied by brother, Reverend Charles Compton deceased, last incumbent of Minstead; also land adjoining Parsonage House; other small bequests
To wife, use of Manor House, Minstead and the Park and otherlands there, to hold until my son Henry Combe Compton or any other son is 21, or in default, for life; annuity of £200 to support the house
After she ceases to reside at Minstead, I give to my wife, house and land at Harbridge or any other house I may have at my death
My estate at Rockford in parish of Ringwood, and Hurst Farm, Ringwood shall be charged with payment of £500 for my daughters and younger sons
Other small legacies
Executors: my wife, Dr. Scrope Berdmore and Andrew Berkeley Drummond
Dated: 9 June 1801
Note of probate in P.C.C. 13 May 1803
Copied: 11 June 1821

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Copy will of Ralph Street of Poulner, Ringwood, yeoman  6M80/E/T126  1827

Contents:
All real estate to my two sons, Nicholas and John Street equally
Other small bequests
Dated 29 May 8 George II, 1735
Proved in Ringwood peculiar court 11 June 1735
Copy made 26 October 1827

Copy will of Ralph Street of Ringwood, (but living in Gosport), carpenter  6M80/E/T127  (1747)

Contents:
Monetary bequests to family
Executor: brother Richard Street
Dated: 2 May 1747

Copy release  6M80/E/T128  (1756)

Contents:
Of (ii) from all claims under the will of Ralph Street deceased, 12 July 29 George II, 1756
(i) William Pitt of Upper Bistern, Ringwood, husbandman; and Ruth his wife; John Hayward of Cadland, parish of Fawley, husbandman; and Mary his wife; John Harvey of Ringwood, cooper; and Sarah his wife; Thomas Welsh of Longham, miller; and Elizabeth his wife; Susanah Street of Ringwood, spinster, Rebeccah Street of Ringwood, spinster
(ii) Richard Street of Ringwood, barber, executor of Ralph Street late of Gosport deceased, but belonging to Ringwood (his late brother)

Copy Will and codicil of Nicholas Street of North Poulner, Ringwood, yeoman  6M80/E/T129  (1784-1785); 1787

Contents:
Leasehold estates called Bloomern in Bistern manor, Ringwood parish, to wife Betty Street for life, then to daughters Betty, wife of Richard White, and Mary wife of John Pitt
1/3 Freehold estate to my wife
3a. Land called Lathy near Gostlings Heath, Ringwood; messuage where I live; to son James Street, paying annuity of £10 to my daughter Martha Street, spinster. If James dies before Martha, the house where I live shall go to her
Several tenements and barn in Ringwood called Streets, and land belonging, and 1a. arable called Woolmoore in Ellingham, to my son James
Leasehold estate called Keepings to my son John Street, paying annuity of £10 to my daughter Sarah, wife of George White. If John dies before Sarah, the estates shall pass to her
Freehold lands called Pinhornes, in Northfield, Southfield, Upmead and Southmead in the parish of Ringwood, and 6a. arable in Northfield to my son John
Other monetary bequests
Particularly requests that no scarfs or gloves be given at his funeral, 'which I desire may be performed in a frugal Manner'
Executor: son James Street
Dated: 19 November 1784
Codicil: to son James all my freehold estates, leasehold estate called Keepings and my 6a. land in Northfield
Dated: 25 February 1785
Proved: 23 March 1785
Copy made 24 July 1787

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T130  1806

Contents:
For securing £100 and interest at £5% p.a., 12 February 56 George III, 1806
(i) John Street of Crow, Ringwood, yeoman
(ii) John Ridout the elder of Ringwood, gentleman
Allotment no 289 (7a. 2r. 26p.) in Northfield; commonable allotment no. 315 (1a. 3r. 25p.) in Southmead by R. Avon (other bounds specified) also right of common for 2 cows and 5/8 cow in Southmead. The two allotments were awared to (i) by enclosure commissioners in award dated 14 January
The original mortgage by demise for 1000 years was dated 1 December 1805 to secure £180 and interest
The deed is endorsed with note of repayment 8 February 1818

Copy assignment of term of 99 years (created 15 January 1765)  6M80/E/T131  1821

Contents:
17 November 43 George III, 1802
(i) James Walter of North Poulner, Ringwood, yeoman, son and legatee named in the will of Peter Walter of Poulner, brickmaker deceased (the original lessee)
(ii) William Ireland of Lynford, an extra parochial place in Hampshire, yeoman
Northside of piece of land called Fords Land in the tithing of Bisterne in the parish of Ringwood (4a.) next to another part of Fords Land late held by Henry Butler deceased
Consideration: £28
Attested true copy 3 September 1821
There is an endorsed note that William Ireland cannot find the original Lease but acknowledges that he holds the premises 27 September 1821

Lease for a Year  6M80/E/T132  1810

Contents:
15 June 50 George III, 1810
(i) William Baldwin of Ringwood, gentleman
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire
Meadow in Longmoor meadow, Ringwood (3r. 17p.) bounded by the road from Ringwood to Christchurch on the east, and to be fenced off by (i) from the other part of Longmoor on the south (other bounds given)

Deed of exchange  6M80/E/T133  1810

Contents:
16 June 49 George III, 1810
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst, lord of the manor of Ringwood, esquire
(ii) William Baldwin of Ringwood, gentleman
A. Messuage in Ringwood formerly used as a dying house, and stable, with the land adjoining (28p.) bounded by wall and fence of Henry Gosse on the east, a brook on the north and Bickerly Common on the south. These premises are subject to the life estate of Henry Gosse of Ringwood, gentleman
B. Premises as in E/T132
(i) Grants A to (ii) in exchange for B

Lease for 44 years  6M80/E/T134  1828

Contents:
6 April 1828
(i) Joseph Bull Bristowe of Ringwood, Unitarian Minister
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
Garden with barn (formerly a carpenter's shop) and carthouse and also the road leading there, containing 28p. in Up Street, Ringwood
Annual rent: 1d.

Letter from William Castleman to John Morant at Brockenhurst concerning E/T134  6M80/E/T135  10 Jun 1828

Printed particulars for sale by private contract, of the property of J.W. Newman esquire deceased  6M80/E/T136  13 Mar 1840

Contents:
Lot 1: Freehold cottage and garden at Moortown with malthouse and ½a. pasture called Tuffins
Lot 2: Freehold cottage and garden at Southend
Lot 3: Leasehold cottage and garden at Moxford (33p.)

Agreement to purchase  6M80/E/T137  1840

Contents:
For £35, 11 April 1840
(i) Mary Newman and Richard Garrett, trustees of the will of Jeremiah Whitaker Newman, esquire deceased
(ii) John Morant esquire
Premises as in Lot 3 of E/T136

Release under terms of trusts of deed dated 31 March 1866  6M80/E/T138  1874

Contents:
(Being settlement on the marriage of John Morant and Flora Jane Eden - see E/T32) 16 February 1874
(i) Robert Shute of Baring Crescent, Exeter, esquire; and Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London gentleman
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House and of Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
(iii) Reverend Arthur Eden of Ticehurst, Sussex, clerk; Charles Frederick Abney Hastings of Wellesley Hall, Derbyshire esquire; and Charles John Blount of Richmond, Yorkshire esquire
Nos. 931-951, 2550 on Ringwood tithe award consisting of: Coppice (2a. 3r. 18p.), Slidles Close Plantation (1a. 2r. 5p.), Slidles Close (2a. 1r. 35p.), Row in Slidles Close (37r.), Chalk in close (2a. 1r. 6p.), Row in Chalk in Close (1r.14p.), wood (1r. 14p.), Saw Pit close (1a. 1r. 28p.), row in Saw Pit Close (1r. 25p.), lane (1r. 14p.), Barn Ground (2a. 3r. 20p.), The Orchard (1a. 1r. 18p.), Hightown Farmhouse, buildings, yard and garden (2r. 8p.), Plantation (3a. 2r. 4p.), Upper Coppice (3a. 3r. 7p.), Coppice Close (3a. 2r. 20p.), Row in Coppice Close (2r. 5p.), Home Ground (4a. 2r. 35p.), Row in Home Ground (1r. 35p.), Marl Ground (4a. 1r. 7p.), Row in Marl Ground (1r. 37p.), Great Wood (8a. 3r. 24p.) and 3a. 2r. 36p. in Crow Field

Agreement for building lease for 99 years from 25 December 1908  6M80/E/T139  1909

Contents:
For annual rent of £5, 5 January 1909
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) James Gardner of Mansfield, Ringwood, printer
Piece of ground in Southampton Street, Ringwood, coloured green on the annexed plan

Agreement for building lease for 99 years from 25 December 1908  6M80/E/T140  1909

Contents:
For annual rent of £8, 20 January 1909
(i) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Charles Alexander Roberts of Chandlers Ford, southampton Road, garage proprietor
Piece of ground in Southampton Street, Ringwood coloured pink on the annexed plan

Counterpart agreement for building lease for 99 years  6M80/E/T141  1910

Contents:
For annual rent of £5, 8 April 1910
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and John Digby Mills of Bisterne near Ringwood, esquire
(ii) John Hallett of College Road, Kingsfield, Ringwood, jeweller
Piece of ground in Up Street (Southampton Street) coloured pink on the annexed plan, together with buildings thereon
(ii) Shall build house worth at least £500 on the premises

Conveyance  6M80/E/T142  1912

Contents:
For £800, 21 December 1912
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and John Digby Mills of Bisterne esquire; trustees of settlement dated 25 May 1894
(ii) Eldridge Pope and Co. Ltd. of Dorchester, Dorset, brewers
3½a. At Ringwood, being part of The Close, numbered 123, 124 and 125 and part of 126 and 140 on the tithe map (coloured on map endorsed on deed); and right of way from Up Street to the Close
Reserved to (i) is the right to take water from the well to supply neighbouring properties, to maintain pipeline and right of way over land which abuts Christchurch Street
(ii) Covenant not to build on the premises in the next 21 years and not to conduct any other business than agriculture
(i) Covenant to pay all estate and other duties which become payable on the death of Edward John Harry Eden Morant, the life tenant
(i) Covenant to produce deeds listed in the schedule

Duplicate conveyance  6M80/E/T143  1917

Contents:
For £1225, 27 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Emily Dorothy Brown and Elaine Muriel Brown both of "Hillside" Minster, Sheppey, Kent, spinsters
Pieces of land with cottages and buildings there at Ringwood (16,519a.) more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plans; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste lying between the lands described above and the adjoining highways
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Duplicate conveyance  6M80/E/T144  1918

Contents:
For £2200, 12 July 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Edith Beatrice La Valette Parisot of Vale Cottage, Whyteleafe, Surrey, widow
Freehold parcels of land at Forest Corner in the parish of Ringwood (52a. 27p.) more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan and known as Forest Corner Farm and Lynes Copse; and right of way over a lane coloured green
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T145  1919

Contents:
For £1500,29 December 1919
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Benjamin George Higgins of Ringwood, butcher and Charlotte Julie Higgins his wife
Pieces of land near Forest Corner, Ringwood (37.647a.) and numbered 758-763 and 775-779 on the tithe map and more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan: and pieces of unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the plan
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T146  1910

Contents:
For £1210, 31 December 1919
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Frederick William Doggett of Hethersett, Norfolk, gentleman
Pieces of land with cottage and buildings built there at Ringwood (20a. 3r.) and more fully described in the third schedule and bounded with red on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenant to observe building regulations in second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T147  1920

Contents:
For £140, 16 January 1920
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and The Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Helen Mary Neel of 'Bellefield', Ringwood, wife of... Neel esquire
Piece of land at Ringwood (3r. 28p.) being part of enclosure number 895 on the tithe map and shown green on the endorsed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building regulations in first schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in second schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T148  1920

Contents:
For £300, 28 December 1920
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Alfred Henry Clarke of 6 Kingsway, Cleethorpe, Lincs, engineer; Mary Eleanor Clarke of Morant Gardens, Ringwood spinster; and Olive Jane Campbell of Morant Gardens, Ringwood, married woman
Piece of land in Christchurch Street, Ringwood numbered 163 on the tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Duplicate conveyance  6M80/E/T149  1923

Contents:
For £900, 29 May 1923
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brockenhurst Park, wife of Captain Edward Philip Leigh Hare
(ii) Florence Reay of Bank House, Ringwood married woman
Pieces of land at Ringwood, being enclosures numbered 170, part 171, 173, 175, 176, 177, 178 and 202 on the O.S. Map and more particularly described in the first schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan and containing 28.635 acres; also part of the unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the third schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in second schedule

Bickerley Common  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T150  1778

Contents:
Lives of Hanah (aged 31), Eleanor (aged 23) and Sarah (aged 21) daughters of (ii) 16 December 19 George III, 1778
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry, Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Wiltshire, lord of Ringwood Manor
(ii) Samuel Miller of Ringwood, clothier
Water-house or workshop formerly held by William Bessant late of Ringwood, glover deceased; also piece of ground adjoining; the premises are near Bickerley Common at the bottom of (ii)'s garden and measure 30 yards in length from a stream that runs under the house, at the end of garden, and 30 yards in breadth against the common. The land was lately enclosed out of Bickerley Common and is bounded on the north east by the stream and on the other sides by the common
Consideration £1-1s. and surrender of a former lease dated 23 May 1766
Annual rent: 1s
The lease is printed

Receipt  6M80/E/T151  11 January 1810

Contents:
Signed by Richd. Richardson, Fras. Webb and Jno. Wickens (Ringwood enclosure commissioners) for £522-13s., the purchase money for two lots auctioned on 29 August 1809, consisting of 2 parcels of Bickerley Common, called Quarrey containing 4a. 1r. 34p. and 2a. 3r. 14p

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T152  1833

Contents:
Lives of Giles Brown Conway (aged 28) and James Conway (aged 22) sons of John Conway. The term shall commence from expiration of lease of premises dated 1 April 1776, now determinable on death of James Veale 28 February 1833
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) John Conway of Ringwood, tanner
Piece of ground in Bickerley Common, Ringwood, containing 20 lugs, part of the waste of Ringwood manor, where formerly there was a bark house and which now forms part of the tanyard belonging to John Conway; the ground is bounded by a stream on the north (other bounds specified)
Consideration: £25
Annual rent: 1s

Crow  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T153  1917

Contents:
For £4940, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Stephen Wright of Kingston, market gardener
Pieces of freehold with house and cottage built there at Crow in the parish of Ringwood and numbered 1141b, 1142-1146, 1147b, 1148b, 1149 and part of 1150b on the tithe map; and pieces of freehold with farmhouse buildings and 2 cottages at Crow and numbered 1131-1139, 1141a, 1083, 1085-1089 and 1089a on the tithe map; and right to use water from spring on opposite side of the road and coloured blue on the annexed plan and to maintain pipes; also pieces of freehold with farmhouse and 2 cottages built there, numbered 1140a, 1140b, 2600, part 2599, 2597a, 2597b, 2594, 2596, 1285, 1286, 1286a, 1287, 1284, 1294, 1295, 1296, 1297, 1324, 1325, 1326 part 1321, part 1322 and part 1324a on the tithe map; piece of freehold at Moortown, numbered part 1324a, part 1323, part 1322 and part 1321 on the tithe map; these premises are coloured pink on the annexed plan; also part of the unenclosed manorial waste, coloured green on the annexed plan; they are more fully described in the third schedule
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule
The owners of part of the premises have a right of way over roadway numbered 960 on the Ordnance Survey

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T154  1917

Contents:
For £250, 27 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brcoeknhurst Park, widow
(ii) David Llewellyn Paton of 8 Westover Road, Bournemouth, land valuer
Pieces of land with cottage and outbuildings built there at Crow Hill in the parish of Ringwood (2a. 1r. 5p.) and more fully described in the third schedule and coloured pink and green and the unenclosed manorial wastelands lying between the premises conveyed and the adjoining highways
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T155  1920

Contents:
For £450, 19 January 1920
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Charles Britton of Crow, near Ringwood, carpenter and Annie Kate Britton, his wife
Pieces of land at Crow, Ringwood with 6 brick built and slated cottages built there, and numbered 2599, 2601, 2603 and 2604 on the tithe map; the premises are coloured pink on the annexed plan and described more fully in the third schedule and commonly known as Crow Barracks
(ii) Covenant to observe building regulations in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T156  1920

Contents:
For £1750, 25 June 1920
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) William Henry Hanney of Crow Hill, Ringwood, farmer
(iii) Alfred George Vidler of Braybridge, Owslebury, farmer
Pieces of pasture, arable and woodland with cottages and buildings built there at Crow in the parish of Ringwood (38a. 1r. 30p.) and coloured pink on the endorsed plan; and piece of roadside waste coloured green on the plan; the premises are more fully described in the third schedule
(iii) Covenant to observe building regulations in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (iii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Hangersley  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T157  1917

Contents:
For £260, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Martha Harriett Garrett, wife of John Henry Garrett of Hangersley near Ringwood, gentleman
Pieces of freehold at Hangersley Hill, Ringwood, numbered 700, 700a, 701, 703, and 703a on the tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed plan and more particularly described in the third schedule
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T158  1917

Contents:
For £1000, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquires; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Henry Thomas Tanner of Burley near Ringwood, decorator
Pieces of freehold land with 2 cottages built there and 3 accommodation roads, at Hangersley. The lands are numbered 592-598, 601-612 (inclusive) on the tithe map and are more fully described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Hangersley and Poulner  [no ref. or date]

Affidavit of Francis Shearing of Poulner, aged 84  6M80/E/T159  1821

Contents:
Who knew the premises and states they belonged successively to James Willis gentleman of Ringwood (d. 1755), his son John Willis, John Compton (nephew of John Willis and father of Henry Combe Compton now of Manor House, esquire)
Lots 1-4 were purchased by James Willis from one Bright (see E/T205-207)
Lots 16, 17, 21-23 were purchased by him from one Thaine (possibly as in E/T186)
Lots 25 and 26 were purchased by him from one Ford
Messuage with stable, outbuildings, garden and plantation (3r. 4p.) adjoining the Ringwood-Southampton turnpike road at the extremity of the town of Ringwood
Close of meadow (3a. 1r. 21p.) adjoining the east and south sides of the first premises
Close of meadow (5a. 30p.) adjoining the east side of the last mentioned close
Close of meadow (3a. 5p.) adjoining the south side of the last mentioned close
These premises formed Lots 1-4 sale particulars of 28 September 1820
Messuage with barn, stable, outhouses and garden (2r. 24p.) at North Poulner
Cottage and garden (1r. 3p.) at North Poulner
Close of arable called Broad Croft (6a. 3r. 5p.) adjoining North Hill lane
Close of land, part arable and part pasture called Home Ground (4a. 1r. 38p.) at North Poulner adjoining the cottage at North Poulner
Close of arable called Gassletts at Poulner (4a.)
These premises formed lots 16, 17, 21, 22, 23 in the sale particulars
Close of arable called Mouses Nest (4a. 2r. 14p.) adjoining Hangersley Common
Close of arable also called Mouses Nest (5a. 15p.) adjoining on the south side of the last mentioned close
These premises formed lots 25 and 26 of the sale particulars

Hightown  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T160  1785

Contents:
Lives of James Ayles son of William Ayles, (aged 19), Mary, wife of John Russell wheelwright and daughter of William Ayles (aged 32) and Mary Ayles, daughter of Susannah Ayles, widow; and granddaughter of William Ayles (aged 9) 19 March 25 George III, 1785
(i) Rt. Hon., Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Count of the Sacred Roman Empire, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) William Ayles of Hightown, Ringwood, carpenter
Piece of waste ground about to be enclosed (3a.), being part of the waste of Ringwood manor, lying of Hightown Hill, Ringwood bounded on the east and west by the common, on the north by a highway from Hightown to the New Forest, and on the south by the high road from Crow to the New Forest
Consideration £3 3s
Annual rent 3s
(The lease is printed)

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T161  1917

Contents:
For £300, 23 February 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Maude Bennett of Hangersley Hill near Ringwood, wife of Lacy Walter Bennett
Piece of freehold land adjoining Hightown Common in the parish of Ringwood, numbered 911 and 912 on the tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and pieces of freehold in the parish of Ringwood, being part of the unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in second schedule
(i) Acknowledges right of (ii) to production of title deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T162  1917

Contents:
For £650, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Alan Oliver Jackson of Ringwood, solicitor
Pieces of land with 4 cottages built there at Hightown in Ringwood parish, numbered 893, 896 and 899-910 inclusive on the tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed map; and pieces of land at Ringwood being part of the unenclosed manorial waste, coloured green on the annexed plan
The premises are more fully described in the third schedule
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule and (i) acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T163  1917

Contents:
For £125, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Herbert Sheppard Guy of Belle Vue Nurseries, Forest Corner, Ringwood nurseryman
Piece of freehold land at Hightown, numbered 797 on the tithe map, coloured pink on the annexed plan and more particularly described in the third schedule; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste, coloured green on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T164  1917

Contents:
For £1000, 22 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park widow
(ii) James Orman of Westmoors, Dorset, timber merchant
Piece of land on Hightown Common, Ringwood (14a. 14p.) described in the third schedule and coloured blue on the annexed plan and right of way along the road coloured pink
(ii) Covenants to fulfil building restrictions in second schedule
(i) Covenants to produce deeds listed in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T165  1917

Contents:
For £2200, 24 May 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Herbert Henry Dover Masters of 'Ingleboro' Thornbury Avenue, Southampton, gentleman
Lynes Farm, Hightown, Ringwood (66a. 2r. 20p.) more fully described in the third schedule and delineated in pink on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to the production of title deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T166  1917

Contents:
For £3000, 25 May 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Frances Emlin Maria Masters wife of Herbert Henry Dover Masters of 49 Thornbury Avenue, Southampton, gentleman
Lane End Farm, Hightown, Ringwood (106a. 37p.) coloured pink on the annexed plan and described in the third schedule
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T167  1918

Contents:
For £3100, 16 March 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) James Orman of Westmoors, Dorset, timber merchant
Hightown Farm with appurtenances at Hightown in the parish of Ringwood (48a. 2r. 27p.), more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan; with right of way along lane number 775 and the road coloured green on the plan
The owners and occupiers of lots 52, 56 and 57 may have right of way over lane numbered 792 and owners and occupiers of lot 67 may have right of way over lane 792 and enclosures 786, 787, 846 and 842 on the 1909 edition of the Ordnance Survey plans
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T168  1918

Contents:
For £750, 9 November 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) James Orman of Westmoors, Dorset, timber merchant
8a. 2r. 2p. Land with cottage built there at Hightown in the parish of Ringwood, coloured pink on the annexed plan and more particularly described in the third schedule; and right of way along lanes numbered 775 and 792 and coloured green on the plan
(ii) Covenants to oberve building regulations in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T169  1918

Contents:
For £3800, 30 November 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) James Orman of Westmoors, Dorset, timber merchant
Hurn Farm with all appurtenances at Hightown in the parish of Ringwood and Burley and containing 106a. 3r. 31p. and more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and right of way over lanes numbered 775 and 792 and fields numbered 786, 787, 846 and 842 and coloured green on the plan
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T170  1919

Contents:
For P750, 31 January 1919
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park widow
(ii) James Orman of Westmoors, Dorset, timber merchant
9a. 3r. 2p. At Hightown, parish of Ringwood, more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the endorsed plan; and right of way along lane numbered 775 and coloured green on the plan
(ii) Convenants to observe building restriction in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Hightown and Poulner  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T171  1918

Contents:
For £4600, 12 July 1918
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Thomas Charles Clarke of Charnwood Lodge, Coalville, Leics, gentleman
Home Street Farm at Poulner and Hightown in the parish of Ringwood with all appurtenances (105a. 2r.) more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and rights of the vendors as lords of Ringwood manor over part of Hightown Common lying to the east of the premises and as far as a line marked C,D,E,F and G on the plan
The premises are subject to the right of the owner of tithe no. 649 to take water from the spring running through part of the premises and to maintain the pipes from the spring
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Linford  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T172  1917

Contents:
For £170, 22 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Henry George Felkin, Arthur de Winton Snowden, Henry Adrian Fitzroy Wilson, and Francis Harold Felkin all of Linford co-partners
Pasture land at Linford Ground in the parish of Ringwood, bounded on the north, south and west by the roads from Ringwood to Linford (4.072a.) and numbered 710-715 on the tithe map, and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and parcel of meadow at Linford Ground bounded on the north by the Lin Brook, and on the south by the road from Ringwood to Lingford and containing .648a.; this meadow is numbered 709 on the tithe map and coloured green on the annexed plan, and also all rights over the unenclosed manorial waste between the two parcels of land; and also all forest rights appearing to the premises
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in the first schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the second schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T173  1917

Contents:
For £250, 23 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) John Golding of Linford, Ringwood, yeoman
Two pieces of pasture at Linford Ground, Ringwood (6a. 3r. 29p.) described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledge (ii)'s right to production of deeds listed in first schedule

Kingston  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale for 99 years  6M80/E/T174  1614

Contents:
For £60, 29 September 48 James VI of Scotland, 12 James I of England, 1614
(i) Richard Braithwaite of London, esquire
(ii) Richard Young the elder of Ringwood, yeoman
Piece of land called Chales in Overkingston in the manor of Ringwood and 32a. land where formerly two tenements stood
Customary rent: 7s. 7½d. and also 16d. for customary works towards the upkeep of the mills and waterworks of Ringwood manor
Endorsed is a memo that (ii) will pay annual sum of 1d. for common of pasture, and 1d. for frithmoney, payable in every other year

Case for the opinion of counsel  6M80/E/T175  1787

Contents:
With the opinion of J. Mansfield of Temple, endorsed 30 June 1787, concerning Lord Arundell's title to premises at Ringwood called Chales and to 32a. land at Over Kingston

Abstract of Lord Arundell's leasehold title to an estate called Chales, part of Ringwood Manor of which he is lord  6M80/E/T176  1788

Contents:
Title dates from 1 December 1773 to 29 September 1788

Abstract of conveyance on trust  6M80/E/T177  1841

Contents:
To build a schoolhouse, chapel or other offices for a place of worship for the Independents as an appendage to the meetinghouse at Ripley, April 1841
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) William Tice of Sopley, gentleman, Alexander Carter of Ringwood, brewer, George Richard Corbin, James Kemp Weld, George White, William Lane, Edward Barrow, Edwin Barrow Thomas Kemp Welch and Richard Sharp
Piece of land in Kingston measuring 57 feet from north to south and 24 feet from east to west, abutting on the Christchurch-Ringwood high road (bounds specified) where there was lately a fuelhouse

Draft conveyance  6M80/E/T178  1852

Contents:
For £60 paid to (i) (in satisfaction of mortgage of 16 March 1843), £240 paid to (ii) (in satisfaction of terms of will of Isaac Wright, and £355 paid to (i) in part satisfaction of the other debts due to him 31 December 1852
(i) John Edward Parr of the InnerTemple London esquire, barrister at law
(ii) John James of Kingston, Ringwood, cattle dealer and Martha his wife
(iii) Isaac Wright of Kingston, Ringwood wheelwright
(iv) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire, highest bidder for the premises at auction held 20 October 1852
(v) Henry Tremenheere Johns of Ringwood, gentleman, trustee for (iv)
8a. 3r. 4p. At Lower Kingston in the parish of Ringwood, numbered 2578 on the tithe award
Recites will of Isaac Wright late of Moortown, carpenter, dated 26 May 1817 who devised the premises to his nephew for life with remainder to (iii) charged with payment of £300 to (iii)'s sisters
Recites Lease and Release 20/21 March 1838 whereby (iii) mortgaged premises to (i) for £150
On 11 March 1840 the premises were charged with a further £50, on 19 February 1842 with £50, on 23 March 1844 with £50, on 24 March 1846 with £60, on 24 April 1846 with £60 and on 9 May 1849 with £110
Recites assignment dated 16 March 1843 whereby in consideration of £60 paid by (i) to (ii), they assigned the sum of £300 given by the will of Isaac Wright and also another small sum and interest to secure repayment
Recites that deeds in schedule relate not only to above premises but to other premises (iii) covenants to produce these deeds which date from 17-18 September 1788 to 9 May 1849
Below the draft are comments by W. Elwin of Lincolns Inn 27 November 1852 and 18 December 1852 and pinned to it is a letter with further comments by W. Elwin, 30 December 1852

Poulner  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage for £300 by demise for 1000 years  6M80/E/T179  1701

Contents:
11 August 13 William III, 1701
(i) Martin Bence the elder of Ringwood, cloth worker
(ii) John Reade of Poulner, yeoman
Copyhold messuage in Home Street, Poulner and 2 closes of pasture adjoining containing altogether 3a.; also close of pasture called Hill Close (3r.), close of pasture called Grove (1½a.), 1a. meadow in Upmeade, ½a. meadow in Littlemeade, ½a. and one butt of meadow in Southmeade and 10a. 3r. arable in the common field

Quit claim and release of interest  6M80/E/T180  1704

Contents:
1 September 1704
(i) Rebecca Deeble
(ii) Marten Bence the elder of Ringwood, clothyer
Messuage in Poulner, charged with payment to (i) of £40, by will of her grandfather, John Reade of Poulner, gentleman deceased, providing she released her interest in the property to (ii)

Lease for a year  6M80/E/T181  1735

Contents:
21 January 8 George II, 1734-5
(i) Thomas Clasby and Moses Clasby both of Poulner, carpenters; and Elizabeth Corbin of West parley, Dorset, widow
(ii) Thomas Chamberlaine of Poulner, malster
Messuage with outhouses, orchard, backside and garden belonging, and arable or pasture (4a.) in Holme Street, bounded by the Upper Close on the east side and a close now or late held by Thomas Lyne on the west side

Copy lease for 99 years, or 3 lives  6M80/E/T182  (1754) 1795

Contents:
Lives of Richard White, John his son aged 27 and Richard, his grandson aged 11
(i) Rt. Hon Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Warder, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) Richard White of Poulner, yeoman
Messuage and 32a. land at Poulner commonly called Knowle
Consideration £280
Annual rent: 9s. 2d. and £3-6-8d. for heriot on each life in the property
Attested true copy 2 August 1795

Case for the opinion of counsel  6M80/E/T183  1773

Contents:
Concerning the will of Thomas Clasby of Poulner, yeoman, dated 28 June 1770 and in particular concerning the estate of his son John Clasby in premises at Gostlings heath at Poulner
The opinion of J. Glynn is written below the statement of the case, 22 November 1773

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T184  1776

Contents:
Lives of Nicholas Day (aged 30) Thomas Day his brother (aged 32) and Mary Day his sister (aged 24) 29 June 16 George III, 1776
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Wilts., lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) Nicholas Day of Poulner, blacksmith
Blacksmith's shop in Poulner, lately built on part of the waste of Ringwood manor by (ii)'s father, William Day deceased; and 20 luggs of land belonging also part of the manorial waste
The premises are bounded by North Hill on the north, the highway on the south and manorial waste on the east and west
Consideration £3
Annual rent: 1s
(The lease is printed)

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T185  1783

Contents:
Lives of Nicholas Day (aged 38), Mary Day (aged 39) and William Day the younger son of William Day of Crow, Ringwood, blacksmith, brother of Nicholas Day (aged 11) 31 March 23 George III 1783
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Wiltshire and Count of the Sacred Roman Empire, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) Nicholas Day of Poulner, Ringwood, blacksmith
Premises as in E/T184
(The lease is printed)
Recites that (i) has gone abroad and this lease was executed by Hon. James Everard Arundell of Ashcombe, Wiltshire, esquire
Consideration: Surrender of copy court roll dated 2 May 1760 and of lease dated 29 June 1776; and of £14
Annual rent: 1s. 8d
(The lease is printed)

Final concord (right indenture)  6M80/E/T186  1746

Contents:
For £60 from Easter Day in 5 weeks 19 George II (4 May 1746)
(i) James Willis gentleman, plaintiff
(ii) Simon Thaine and Mary his wife, and John Thaine deforciants
1 Messuage, 16a. land, 3a. meadow, 3a. pasture, common of pasture for all cattle, common of turbary and common of estovers in Poulner, Ringwood and the New Forest

Final concord (left and right indentures)  6M80/E/T187-188  1783

Contents:
In fifteen days of St. Martin, 24 George III (26 November 1783)
(i) Richard Fezard Mansfield, gentleman, plaintiff
(ii) Thomas Chamberlen and Sarah his wife, deforciants
2 Messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 4a. land, 1a. meadow, 1a. pasture, and common of pasture for all cattle, common of turbary, common of estover, with appurtenances in Poulner, Holme Street, parish of Ringwood and the New Forest
Consideration £60

Counterpart lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T189  1785

Contents:
Lives of Thomas Day (aged 42), Mary Day his daughter (aged 5) and Thomas Day his son (aged 6 months) 8 July 25 George III, 1785
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Count of the Sacred Roman Empire, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) Thomas Day of Poulner, blacksmith
1 Pole of land at Poulner, being part of the manorial waste of Ringwood; with smithy's shop there formerly built by Thomas Welch the father; and garden (7p.)
Consideration: surrender of earlier lease dated 17 November 1742 to Thomas Welch of Poulner, blacksmith (since deceased) and £8 8s
Annual rent: 1s
(The lease is printed)

Copy lease for 99 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T190  1787

Contents:
Lives of Mary Mansfield (daughter of ii) aged 8 and Thomas Perry the grandson aged 28 21 April 27 George III, 1787
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour, Wiltshire and Count of the Sacred Roman Empire, lord of Ringwood manor
(ii) Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood
Reversion of: tenement in Poulner, within Ringwood manor, and 33a. belonging late occupied by Thomas Perry deceased and now by Richard White as tenant of John Thaine who was lifehold estate in the premises under copy court roll 22 December 1831

Assignment  6M80/E/T191  1788

Contents:
For £40 to (i) and 5s. to (ii), of remainder of terms of 999 years and 99 years in the property, 24 March 28 George III
(i) Jane Shereing of Poulner, Ringwood, widow of Robert Shereing, late of Poulner, gardener deceased
(ii) John Shereing, William Shereing, Francis Shereing, James Shereing, and Stephen Shereing all of Ringwood, labourers; Richard Shambler of Christchurch, husbandman and Sarah his wife; Thomas Ayles of Ringwood, labourer and Mary his wife; James Walter of Poulner, labourer and Martha his wife; Betty Ridout of Blachford, Ellingham, widow (John, William, Francis, James, Stephen, Sarah, Mary, Martha and Betty are 9 of the children of Robert Shereing); William James of Bashly, labourer who married Jenny Shereing since deceased, another child of Robert Shereing
(iii) Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gentleman
2 Luggs of ground, being part of Kype Close bounded by the road on the north and Povey Lane on the west (other bounds given) in Poulner
The premises were demised to Robert Shereing for building on, by Martin Bence 14 June 1737
Small garden (30 luggs) lying near a large cherry garden belonging to Marten Neave; and carthouse under a hedge belonging to John Ayles. These premises were lately enclosed from the manorial waste. They were demised to Robert Shereing by Rt. Hon. Mary, Lady Dowager Arundell 29 June 1759
Robert Shereing died December 1778 having devised his property to his wife Jane for life, with remainder to his children
Recites that Jane Shereing requires to sell the properties to raise money to pay her deceased husband's debts
Enclosed is a receipt for £16 dated 7 September 1796 by R.F. Mansfield for house and garden conveyed by him to Mr. Richard Gibbs

Lease for 90 years  6M80/E/T192  1795

Contents:
From 10 October next, if (i) and (ii) shall keep their interest in the premises, 4 August 35 George III, 1795
(i) Sarah Bound of Ringwood, spinster
(ii) Eleanor Miller of Ringwood, widow; Broughton Quartley of Ringwood, gentleman and Eleanor his wife; and Sarah Miller of Ringwood, spinster
(Eleanor, Eleanor and Sarah are the surviving residuary devises and executrices of Samuel Miller late of Ringwood, gentleman deceased)
(iii) Richard Gibbs of Poulner, parish of Ringwood, gentleman
Messuage, tenement and 12a. land at Poulner in Ringwood manor
The premises were formerly copyhold of Ringwood manor; (i) took the reversion at court baron on 8 March 1756
They were demised to Samuel Miller by Lease dated 19 March 1785, for 99 years from death surrender or forfeiture of (i), if Eleanor Quartley then aged 30 and Sarah Miller then aged 28 should live so long. The premises were devised by Samuel Miller to his wife Eleanor, and his 3 daughters, Hannah (since deceased), Eleanor and Sarah as tenants in common. They were granted to (ii) by the steward of the manor 22 June 1792
Annual rent: £15

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T193  1917

Contents:
For £50 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Rose Jane Leigh of Ringwood, spinster
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule
Piece of freehold at Poulner numbered 687 on the tithe map coloured pink on the annexed plan and more particularly described in the third schedule; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the annexed plan

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T194  1917

Contents:
For £225, 21 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) John Hayward of Poulner, market gardener
Freehold cottage with appurtenances at Poulner, numbered 666, 667 and 668 on Ringwood tithe map, coloured pink on the annexed plan and freehold land with building on it at Poulner numbered 699 on the tithe map and coloured blue on the annexed plan; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste, coloured green on the annexed plan. The premises are more fully described in the third schedule
(ii) Convenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T195  1917

Contents:
For £10, 2arch 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Reverend Maximilian Frederick Breffit Binney of Ringwood, clerk in holy orders, Arthur de Winton Snowden of Linford near Ringwood, surgeon; and John Henry Garrett of Hangersley Hill near Ringwood, gentleman
Piece of freehold at Poulner, numbered 617 on the tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed plan, and piece of unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenant to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Duplicate conveyance  6M80/E/T196  1917

Contents:
For £2800, 22 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Thomas Seymour of Poulner, farmer
Freehold land with farmhouse and 2 cottages built there, at Poulner, and numbered 561-568, 1185-7, 1190-3, 1195-7, 1199-1203 on Ringwood Tithe map and known as Merryweather Farm and more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan; and part of the unenclosed manorial waste coloured green on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building regulations in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T197  1917

Contents:
For £355, 23 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Ernest King Allen of Yew Tree House, St. Nicholas Hill, Leatherhead, Surrey, esquire
3 Pieces of land at North Poulner in the parish of Ringwood (6a. 2r.) shown green on the annexed plan and numbered 79, 87 and 49 on the 1909 Ordnance Survey map
(ii) Covenants to observe building regulations in the second schedule
(i) Covenants to produce deeds listed in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T198  1917

Contents:
For £600, 29 May 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) John Hayward of Poulner near Ringwood, market gardener
Parcels of freehold land at Poulner numbered 691-693, 695-697 on Ringwood tithe map and coloured pink on the annexed plan and described more fully in the third schedule
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T199  1919

Contents:
For £1000, 4 July 1919
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Joseph Heap of 'Outwood' Claughton Birkenhead, Cheshire, Justice of the Peace
(John Heap is on the endorsement)
Pieces of arable, pasture and woodland on the north side of the high road from Ringwood to Southampton at Poulner in the parish of Ringwood, containing 23a. 3r. 28p. and more particularly described in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T200  1920

Contents:
For £800, 11 November 1920
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Edith Beatrice La Valette Parisot of Vale Cottage, Whyteleafe, Surrey, widow
Pieces of arable, pasture and woodland with pair of cottages built on part, at Poulner, containing 12a. 1r. 25p; and more fully described in the third schedule and edged in pink on the annexed plan; and piece of roadside waste coloured green on the plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in first schedule

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T201  1921

Contents:
For £100, 31 December 1921
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newton Park, Lymington, esquire; and Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brockenhurst Park, wife of Edward Philip Leigh Hare, captain in H.M. Army
(ii) Robert Silas Taunton of Bicester Lodge, Poulner, gentleman
Piece of land at Poulner containing 2.787a. and numbered 169 on the O.S. Map, and coloured pink on the enclosed map; and hedge on the north side
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(i) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Sanford  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 40 years or 3 lives  6M80/E/T202  1804

Contents:
Lives 01 of Hannah Harris aged 40, Sarah Harris aged 7 and Eliza Jane Hooper, daughter of William Hooper of Ringwood, gentleman, aged 3 from 29 September 1798, 24 July 41 George III, 1804
(i) Charles Shard of Lovells Hill, Berks, esquire and Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk, executors of the will of John Morant late of Brockenhurst, esquire deceased, and guardians for John Morant esquire, lord of the manor of Ringwood, eldest son and heir of John Morant deceased
(ii) Hannah Harris of Upper Kingston, Ringwood, widow and Sarah Harris her daughter, spinster, of the same place
Tenement, cottage and garden at Sandford in the parish of Ringwood occupied by Hannah Harris and numbered 238 in the printed particular of Ringwood manor (see page 80 of M3)
Consideration £18 15s
Annual rent: 1s

Shobley  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart agreement for building lease  6M80/E/T203  1910

Contents:
21 December 1910
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire; and John Digby Mills of Bisterne, Ringwood (trustees of settlement dated 25 May 1894, acting on behalf of John Morant; infant, tenant in tail of the premises demised)
(ii) Henry Gonne of 72 Iverna Court, Kensington, London, esquire
Plot of land at Shobley, Ringwood (1a. 1r. 33p.)coloured pink on the annexed plan

Counterpart conveyance  6M80/E/T204  1917

Contents:
For £200, 27 March 1917
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esquire and Kathleen Florence Mary Morant of Brockenhurst Park, widow
(ii) Ernest Samuel Tanner of Shobley
Pieces of freehold with cottage and buildings there at Shobley near Ringwood, numbered 790, 792-4 on the tithe map, detailed in the third schedule and coloured pink on the annexed plan
(ii) Covenants to observe building restrictions in the second schedule
(ii) Acknowledges (ii)'s right to production of deeds in the first schedule

Copy lease for a year  6M80/E/T205  1821

Contents:
11 August 9 George II, 1735
(i) George Bright the elder, now of Brockenhurst, gentleman
(ii) James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman
Messuage called Gracens (16a.) with appurtenances in Ringwood; also several parcels of land being part of a copyhold messuage formerly occupied by John Barter in Ringwood and consisting of: 4½a. arable in a common field called North Field of which 1a. lies at Broomhalfe, 1a. lies in Pitt Furlong above Broad Shord, 1a. lies against a lane and Broad Shord, 1a. lies against Poulner Lane near Mews' tenement, and 1a. lies in Pitt Furlong near John Lynes' tenement; enclosure of arable taken out of a common field called Southfield (1½a.) against Poulner Lane; ham of meadow adjoining Upmeade near Upmeade Gate (1a.); and ½a. meadow in Mill Furlong at Upmeade shooting against the mill stream. These premises are all in Ringwood; also ½a. in the commonfield called North Field at Woollmore Corner, being a head half (bounds given); one butt of meadow in South Meade shooting on Wormstall at the east end (½a.) bounded by Lords' Acre on the west (other bounds given); ½a. pasture now bounded from the orchard of John Barter on the west and the highway on the north and west(other bounds given)
These premises are all in Ringwood and belong to a copyhold tenement late occupied by John Barter
Attested true copy 22 September 1821

Copy release  6M80/E/T206  1821

Contents:
12 August 9 George II, 1735
(i) George Bright now of Brockenhurst, gentleman, late of Bolderwood Lodge, keeper, son and heir of George Bright the elder late of Iweare Lodge in the New Forest, keeper, deceased; and Elizabeth his wife
(ii) James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman
Premises as in E/T205
Consideration: £560
Attested true copy 22 September 1821

Copy final concord  6M80/E/T207  1821

Contents:
For £60 on the morrow of St. Martin, 9 George II (11 November 1735)
(i) James Willis, gentleman, plaintiff
(ii) George Bright and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants
1 Messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 25a. land, 5a. meadow, 5a. pasture and common of pasture for all cattle, common of turbary and common of estover in Ringwood
Attested true copy 22 September 1821

Copy will of James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman  6M80/E/T208  1860

Contents:
Requests burial with wife if dies in Hampshire otherwise in parish of death
2 Messuages in Ringwood and lands belonging called Hodgeser, leasehold from Right Honourable Henry Lord Arundell, to my son James for the remainder of the term
Lands near Parkhill and Wifehill in Ringwood to William Kittier and John Kittier on trusts laid down in another deed
Other monetary bequests
Executor: John Willis (my son)
Dated 20 August 1753
Copied: 6 November 1860

Attested copy will of James Willis of Ringwood, gentleman  6M80/E/T209  1821

Contents:
(As E/T208)
Dated: 20 August 1753; Proved in P.C.C 15 September 1755
Attested true copy 3 May 1821

Attested copy will of John Willis of Ringwood, gentleman  6M80/E/T210  1821

Contents:
Dated: 9 September 1776
Attested true copy 3 May 1821

Office copy will of John Willis of Ringwood, gentleman  6M80/E/T211  1860

Contents:
Discharges widow of deceased brother James Willis of Sopley from loans made to her family
Executor: nephew John Compton
Dated: 9 September 1776
Certified true copy: 6 November 1860

Copy will of John Willis of Ringwood  6M80/E/T212  1860

Contents:
All property to brother Henry Compton
Dated 24 March 1779
Attested true copy 6 November 1860

Copy extracts from Ringwood burial registers  6M80/E/T213  1821

Contents:
Recording burial of James Willis (8 September 1755) and John Willis (30 March 1779)
30 August 1821

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  6M80/E/T308  1 May 1667

Contents:
All lands, cottages and tenements in Ringwood, belonging to William Spencer, to be sold to (iii)
(i) William Spencer of Ufton, Warwickshire, esq
(ii) William Constantine of the Middle Temple, London, esq., Thomas Deighton of London, esq
(iii) Rowland Woodyer, of St. Clements Dane, Middx, Thomas Browne of Hinton, gent

Feoffment to Uses  6M80/E/T309  20 Oct 1679

Contents:
Half a fuelling mill, with a dye house and cottage, at Bickerley
(i) William Spencer (as above)
(ii) William Constantine and Thomas Deighton (as above)
(iii) Rowland Woodyer of St. Clements Danes, Middx, gent
(iv) Josiah Melledge of Ringwood, clothmaker (ii) and (iii) convey to (iv)

Feoffment to Uses  6M80/E/T310  20 Nov 1668

Contents:
Property and land as in E/T311
(i) William Spencer (as in 6M80 E/T309)
(ii) William Constantine and Thomas Dighton (as in 6M80 E/T309)
(iii) Roland Woodger (as in 6M80 E/T309)
(iv) Phineas Melledge of Ringwood

Counterpart lease  6M80/E/T311  15 Feb 1691

Contents:
The Crowne Inn, with garden in Ringwood
(i) Rowland Woodger of St. Clements Danes, Middx., woollen draper, John Rose of St. Clements Danes, Middx, goldsmith and Katherine his wife
(ii) William Welch of Ringwood, innkeeper

Power of Attorney  6M80/E/T312  1 Oct 1698

Contents:
(i) Samuel Harrison of Worcester, gent
(ii) William Constantine of Worcester, gent., and Elizabeth his wife
(i) Makes (ii), his lawful attornies

Deeds and papers relating to the White Hart Inn and garden, Ringwood  6M80/E/T313-333  1667-1863

Contents:
Includes: the will of William Whicher, bequeathing the White Hart to his daughter Charity, with grant of probate to Sarah his wife, 1803, (item E/T324); extract of the will of John Travers, 1829 (item E/T330); various extracts from registers, made 1864, (items E/T328-329)
Owners and occupiers include: William Spencer of Warwickshire, esq. (1667); John Elliott of Winterborne Earles, Wilts, Doctor of Law, (1667); Nicholas Elliott of Wilts, esq., (1759); Moses Kittier of Ringwood, yeoman, (1759); John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (1766); Richard Gibbs of Ringwood, innholder, (1773); William Whicher of RIngwood, yeoman, (1795); Charity Whicher of Ringwood, spinster (1803); John Travers of Ringwood, innholder, (1817); John Travers, jun. of Abingdon, gent. (1829); Robert Davy of Ringwood, gent.(1863)

Deeds and papers relating to property and land at Treening Bridge, Ashley, Ringwood  6M80/E/T334-348  1699-1846

Contents:
In 1699 the land consisted of 1½a, by 1769 a tenement had been built on the land. In 1846, the property was described as 2 cottages and 1¼a of land, bounded on the north, by the turnpike cottage and garden, on the south by the Southampton and Dorchester railway, on the east by land belonging to Lord Malmesbury, and on the west, by land belonging to Thomas Hurdle
Includes: the will of John Ayles, 3 May 1769, in which he leaves the above land to his cousin Thomas Gubbins (item E/T336); abstract of title of James Hurdle, Oct 1845 (item E/T348)
John Jeffery of Westover, Ringwood, yeoman (1699); James Ayles of Ringwood, yeoman (1699); Thomas Gubbins of Holdenhurst, labourer (1774); Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent (1774); Thomas Baker of Ringwood, ironmonger, (1774); William Watkins of Ringwood, shopkeeper, Harry Tilly of Ringwood, schoolmaster, Stephen Cailes of Ashley, Ringwood, tailor, John Brown of Ringwood, tailor, members of the Ringwood Friendly Society (1794); James Hurdle of Ashley, fisherman (1801); Charles and Thomas Hurdle (1846), John Morant (1846)

Copy Court Rolls: numbered  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following copy court rolls, relate to copyhold land, leased by the Lord of Ringwood manor, and are numbered with the Ringwood estate/lease numbers. The copy court rolls have therefore been arranged in this numerical order (estate numbers in brackets)

(1) Admission of John Wilcox to a tenement and garden in Ringwood  6M80/E/T349  2 Sep 1723

(1) Admission of William Wilcox of Portsmouth, gent., to lands (as in E/T349)  6M80/E/T350  24 Oct 1768

(3) Admission of Thomas King, to a cottage and curtilage in Poulner, on the surrender of Anne Welch  6M80/E/T351  12 Feb 1718

(7) Admission of Noah Pitt to a cottage and 4a of land in Poulner  6M80/E/T352  19 Oct 1724

(8) Admission of Robert King  6M80/E/T353  16 May 1733

Contents:
To a cottage in Poulner, ½a of adjoining land, a close called Hill Croft 2a, and 1a of common land called Lynford

(11) Admission of Thomas Woods, to a cottage and garden on Hightown Hill, on the surrender of Richard Gregory  6M80/E/T354  15 Oct 1699

(11) Admission of Thomas Woods, to property and land (as in E/T354) on the surrender of Nicholas Gregory  6M80/E/T355  8 Dec 1742

(11) Admission of Rebecca Jones, to lands (as in E/T354)  6M80/E/T356  12 Jun 1754

(12) Admission of Sarah Stacke, to a cottage and close of land at Hightown Hill, called Godley (2a)  6M80/E/T357  13 Apr 1706

(12) Admission of Thomas Stacke, to lands (as in E/T357)  6M80/E/T358  12 Jan 1741

(20) Admission of Thomas Chamberlain, to a mansion house and garden, and 3 closes of land, (8a) in Poulner, 15 Nov 1749  6M80/E/T359  1749, 1767

Contents:
Attached: surrender of Thomas Chamberlain of the above land, 11 Aug 1767

(25) Admission of John Thayne, to a tenement and 33a of land in Poulner  6M80/E/T360  24 Jul 1701

(27) Admission of Maurice Ayles, to a tenement with 12a of meadow, in Hightown, on the surrender of John Ayles, 1 Apr 1724  6M80/E/T361  1724-1740

Contents:
Attached: Admission of John Ayles, 15 Sep 1725
Attached: Admission of William Ayles, 7 Jan 1740

(27) Admission of William Ayles, to lands (as in E/T361)  6M80/E/T362  15 Jan 1747

(27) Admission of Elizabeth Ayles, William her husband and James their son, to lands (as in E/T361)  6M80/E/T363  9 May 1778

(27) Admission of James Ayles, to lands (as in E/T361)  6M80/E/T364  18 Apr 1805

Probate of the will of William Ayles of Hightown, Ringwood  6M80/E/T365  1795

Contents:
Bequeathing his copyhold lands to his son, James, 18 Oct 1792 (Probate 12 Aug 1795)
Previously enclosed with 6M80 E/T364:

Fire Insurance policy  6M80/E/T366  25 Mar 1860

Contents:
Taken out by James Ayles, of Beaulieu, in respect of a thatched cottage at Hightown Hill

(30) Admission of Joan and Edward Ward to a cottage with garden at Moortown  6M80/E/T367  21 Sep 1743

(30) Admission of Edward Ward to lands (as in E/T367)  6M80/E/T368  29 Jun 1757

(30) Surrender of Edward Ward to cottage and lands (as in E/T367)  6M80/E/T369  2 May 1764

(31) Admission when fine is paid, of Elizabeth Quinton, to a cottage in Moortown  6M80/E/T370  26 Jul 1783

(31) Admission of Jane Brown, to land (as in E/T370)  6M80/E/T371  20 Mar 1744

(34) Admission of James Willis to 7a of land in Ringwood, Northfield and land in Up Mead, Southmead and Berry Furlong  6M80/E/T372  21 Jan 1723

(38) Admission of Eleanor Hodges, to a garden in Northfield (½a)  6M80/E/T373  22 Aug 1722

(38) Admission of Eleanor Medhurst to land (as in E/T373)  6M80/E/T374  4 Nov 1730

(38) Admission of Eleanor Meadows, to garden (as in E/T373)  6M80/E/T375  7 Nov 1748

(39) Admission of John Early, to a tenement with 16a of land, and the Street Yard, in Ringwood  6M80/E/T376  9 Oct 1696

(39) Admission of Elizabeth Warne, to lands (as in E/T376)  6M80/E/T377  22 Jul 1730

(39) Admission of Elizabeth Warne, to lands (as in E/T376)  6M80/E/T378  26 Dec 1766

Contents:
Attached: Letter of attorney, where Elizabeth Warne, makes Moses Kittier, and James Belbin, her lawful attornies

(40) Admission of Eleanor Medhurst, to a tenement and 16a of land in Ringwood  6M80/E/T379  3 Apr 1733

(41) Admission of John Cleaver to 1 tenement in Ringwood, and 1a of meadow in Upmead  6M80/E/T380  19 Jun 1728

(42) Admission of John Jusfagen, to a cottage and garden, in Ringwood, on the surrender of Susan Hooper  6M80/E/T381  17 Nov 1730

(44) Admission of John Hinton  6M80/E/T382  16 Nov 1763

Contents:
To a house and garden, 1a of close, adjacent called New Close, and 1 butt called the Northmost Butt in Southmead

(44) Admission in reversion, of William Which, to lands (as in E/T382)  6M80/E/T383  16 Nov 1763

(45) Admission of Eleanor Lyne, to a tenement with 16a of land, in Ringwood  6M80/E/T384  21 Jan 1707

(48) Admission of Mary Chatterton, to a tenement with 4 virgates of land  6M80/E/T385  6 Feb 1691

(48) Admission of Henry Chatterton, to lands (as in E/T385)  6M80/E/T386  20 Apr 1730

(48) Admission of Joan Chaterton, to a tenement, with 4r of land, adjoining  6M80/E/T387  28 Jan 1735

(48) Admission of Joan Chaterton, to half of a dwellinghouse, with half a garden, Ringwood  6M80/E/T388  16 Nov 1768

(51) Admission of Felix Bussett, and Susan his wife  6M80/E/T389  15 May 1715

Contents:
To a cottage with a stitch of land called Battlecross in Ringwood, on the surrender of Felix Bussett

(54) Admission of Joseph Warne, to 3a of meadow in Upmead  6M80/E/T390  1714

(54) Admission of Joseph Warne, to lands (as in E/T390)  6M80/E/T391  21 Dec 1742

(56) Admission of Thomas Churchill, for a cottage and garden, near Coxstone, Ringwood  6M80/E/T392  10 Apr 1745

(58) Admission of Anna Warne, to a tenement, with 8a of land, called Kepens, in Ringwood  6M80/E/T393  1723

(58) Admission of Ann Kittier, to lands (as in E/T393), 17 Jul 1730  6M80/E/T394  1730, 1742

Contents:
Attached to above: Admission of James Kittier to tenement and lands (as above), 10 Nov 1742

(59) Admission of Henry Lyne  6M80/E/T395  29 Feb 1731

Contents:
To a tenement and 16a of land, in Upmead called 16 Acre Bargain in Hightown, on the surrender of Richard Lyne

(59) Admission of Henry Lyne to land (as in E/T395)  6M80/E/T396  9 Apr 1747

(68) Admission of John Holloway, to a tenement in North Poulner and 8a of land called Lynebrooke, 28 Jun 1755  6M80/E/T397  1755, 1759

Contents:
Attached: Admission of John Holloway, to lands (as above), 4 Nov 1759

(69) Admission of Thomas Rickman, to 12a of land, in North Poulner, called Mean Hayes, 24 Aug 1727  6M80/E/T398  1727, 1736

Contents:
Attached: Admission of Henry Goodbody, to lands (as above), 4 Nov 1736

(70) Admission of James Bound, to a cottage and garden, in Poulner, called Carters, 13 Apr 1726  6M80/E/T399  1726, 1766

Contents:
Attached to above: Admission and surrender of James Brown, to lands (as above), 7 May 1766

(71) Admission of Sarah Kelloway, to a cottage, garden and close of ground (½a), at Hightown Hill  6M80/E/T400  24 May 1717

(71) Admission of Elizabeth and Christopher Harris to cottage and lands (as in E/T400)  6M80/E/T401  20 Jan 1741

(71) Admission of Christopher Harris, to lands (as in E/T400)  6M80/E/T402  6 Sep 1762

(71) Admission of Margaret Beach of Hanley, Dorset for lands (as in E/T400)  6M80/E/T403  26 Oct 1771

(72) Admission of Abraham Swetland to a cottage and garden in Bickerley  6M80/E/T404  20 Apr 1730

(74) Admission of Catherine Warne  6M80/E/T405  24 Aug 1726

Contents:
To a tenement and garden in Bickerley with 2a in Spittlefield and ½a in Upmead

(75) Admission of Anna Warne  6M80/E/T406  9 Jul 1718

Contents:
To a tenement called Great House, in Bickerley, 2a in Northfield, in Berry Furlong, called Skillings, on the surrender of Ann Gold

(75) Admission of Anne Kittier, to lands (as in E/T406)  6M80/E/T407  4 Jan 1730

(75) Admission of James Kittier as above, on the surrender of Ann Gould, 30 Dec 1741  6M80/E/T408  1741, 1742

Contents:
Attached: Admission of James Kittier, jun., (as above), 10 Nov 1742

(77) Admission of John Atrill, to a cottage at Bickerley  6M80/E/T409  9 Nov 1725

(77) Admission of John Atrill, sen., to a cottage with garden at Bickerley 10 Sep 1729  6M80/E/T410  1729, 1766

Contents:
Attached: Admittance of John Atrill to cottage and land (as above), 26 Apr 1766

(80) Admission of William Brixey  6M80/E/T411  21 Oct 1713

Contents:
To a tenement, with 16a of land, in Kingston, called Brayes, a 16 Acre Bargain, on the surrender of Francis Lynn

(81) Admission of Richard Young, to a tenement called a 16 Acre Bargain, in Over Kingston, on the surrender of Anne Young23 Jan 1713  6M80/E/T412  1713, 1728

Contents:
Attached: Admission of Martha and James Samson, to lands (as above), 12 Feb 1728

(84) Admission of Rebecca Lake (in reversion) to a tenement called a Sixteen Acre Bargain, in Over Kingston  6M80/E/T413  16 Sep 1741

(84) Admission of Rebecca Lake (in reversion) to tenement (as in E/T413)  6M80/E/T414  8 Jun 1757

(85) Admission of James Noyce  6M80/E/T415  7 Jul 1725

Contents:
To a tenement and garden in Over Kingston, 1 close of land in Nether Kingston (2a), 8a of land in Crowfield, a meadow in Churchmead, and a coppice called Goddens

Power of of attorney, signed by Joseph Hayward  6M80/E/T416  19 May 1747

Contents:
Authorising the surrender of property in E/T415 making Stephen Ayles Henry Meadows and James Kittier, joint attornies
Previously enclosed in E/T415

(92) Admission of Moses Kittier  6M80/E/T417  4 Nov 1766

Contents:
Senior, mercer to 11a of land in Southfield and 2a of meadow in Southmead, part of Millers tenement, Ringwood

(92) Admission of Moses Kittier (in reversion), to lands (as in E/T419) 11 Jan 1764  6M80/E/T418  1764, 1766

Contents:
Attached: Admittance of Moses Kittier, jun, lands (as above), 24 Nov 1766

(94) Admission of Philip Chamber, to a tenement, with 3a of land, called Bartholowes  6M80/E/T419  17 Apr 1714

(98) Admission of Mary Christopher and Thomas Manners  6M80/E/T420  1 Apr 1724

Contents:
To a cottage with 1a of land in Over Kingston, on the surrender of John Keeping

(98) Admission of Henry Manners to a cottage and land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/T421  10 Sep 1729

(99) Admission of John Newman  6M80/E/T422  24 Aug 1727

Contents:
To a tenement with 16a of land, Moorend, in Nether Kingston, on the surrender of James Barnes

(102) Admission of John Martin  6M80/E/T423  10 Sep 1729

Contents:
To a tenement, with 16a of land, called a 16 Acre Bargain, in Nether Kingston, on the surrender of Stephen Martin

(102) Admission of Jane Martin to a tenement with 16a of land called a sixteen acre bargain, in Nether Kingston, 12 Jun 1754  6M80/E/T424  1754, 1773

Contents:
Attached: surrender of Stephen Marten to lands as above, 30 Nov 1773

(104) Admission of Jonathan Young and Ann his wife, to 16a of land, called a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/T425  14 Nov 1705

Letter of attorney  6M80/E/T426-427  Nov-Dec 1733

Contents:
Where John Bloomer and Lewen Bloomer, make Felix Bursey, Abraham Swetlane and Henry Medhurst, their legal attornies and surrender their interest in the lifehold of the land in E/T425
Previously enclosed with E/T425

(107) Admission of Anna Badrigg to a cottage and garden in Nether Kingston on the surrender of Joanne Perkins  6M80/E/T428  15 Oct 1699

(107) Admission of Joseph Badrigg and Jane his wife, to a cottage, garden and orchard in Nether Kingston, 7 Dec 1742  6M80/E/T429  1742, 1771

Contents:
Attached: surrender of Sarah Etheridge (nee Badrigg) to lands as above, 8 Aug 1771

(112) Admission of Michael Peck, to a cottage and la of land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/T430  5 Oct 1759

(113) Admission of John Lyne, to a cottage in Moortown  6M80/E/T431  1 Nov 1710

(113) Admission of John Lyne to a cottage (as in E/T431), 26 Mar 1731  6M80/E/T432  1731, 1737

Contents:
Attached to above: Admission of John Boorne and Mary his wife, to cottage (as above), 2 Nov 1737

(113) Admission of John Lyne to cottage (as in E/T431)  6M80/E/T433  3 Nov 1782

(114) Admission of John Brixey (in reversion), to a tenement with 16a of land in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/T434  10 Sep 1729

(115) Admission of Henry Ayles, a tenement with 8a of land in Poulner called an eight acre bargain  6M80/E/T435  25 Apr 1737

(115) Admission of Henry Ayles, to tenement and lands (as in E/T435) 8 Jun 1757  6M80/E/T436  1757, 1769

Contents:
Attached: surrender of Henry Ayles to the above land, 2 Apr 1769

(119) Admission of Lydia Barfoot to a tenement with 16a of land in Harbridge  6M80/E/T437  26 Sep 1738

Admission of John King of Wardour, Wilts  6M80/E/T438  1720, c1728

Contents:
To a tenement and 16a of land in Harbridge, on the surrender of John and Mary King, 8th Dec 1720
Attached: list of field names with acreages, in Harbridge mead, 1725-1728

Admission of Lydia Willis to a tenement and 16a of land in Harbridge, on the surrender of Mary Andrews  6M80/E/T439  27 Jul 1731

(119) Admission of Lydia Barfoot to lands (as in E/T439)  6M80/E/T440  1758, 1766

Contents:
Attached: surrender by Lydia Barfoot to above lands (Moses Kittier attorney), 4 Nov 1766 and a letter of attorney where Lydia Barfoot makes Moses Kittier and James Belbin, her legal attornies

(125) Admission of Simon Bampton, to a tenement with 6a of arable land and 6a of meadow in Harbridge  6M80/E/T441  7 May 1735

(131) Admission of John Lyne to a cottage in Moortown  6M80/E/T442  1 Nov 1710

(142) Admission of Henry Warne  6M80/E/T443  14 Aug 1706

Contents:
To a tenement with garden a close called Close (1a) a moor (1a) and a butt of meadow in Northmead 1 plot of land in kingston field ½a of land in Bistern field

(175) Admission of Henry Manners of Crow, to a cottage with 2 closes of pasture (6a), at Crow Hill  6M80/E/T444  10 Sep 1729

(181) Admission of Mary Warne Tenement and 18a of land in Ringwood  6M80/E/T445  6 Nov 1699

(185) Admission of Anna Tull  6M80/E/T446  28 Feb 1731

(185) Admission and surrender of William Tull  6M80/E/T447  1768, 1747

Contents:
To a close of pasture called Sandford Close, lying near Leybrooke, Over Kingston (1½a), 13 May 1768
Attached: Admission of Ann Tull to lands (as above), 17 Mar 1747

Copy Court Rolls: no estate numbers  [no ref. or date]

Admission of John Miller  6M80/E/T448  9 Jul 1711

Contents:
To one cottage and garden (½a) in Longmoor, on the surrender of John Walden and Elizabeth his wife

Admission of Rowland Woodger, to a messuage known as The Sign of the Crowne  6M80/E/T449  2 May 1689

Admission of Christopher and Thomas Manners, to a cottage and 3a of land in Ringwood  6M80/E/T450  1 Apr 1724

Admission of Peter Rogers, to tenement and 6a of land in Over Kingston on the surrender of George Rogers  6M80/E/T451  30 Jun 1705

Admission of Catherine warne, tenement in Bickerley and ½a of meadow in Upmead, on the surrender of Ann Gold  6M80/E/T452  20 Dec 1721

Admission of Anna Wayland to tenement and garden in Over Kingston, on the surrender of Robert Newman  6M80/E/T453  4 Jan 1687

Admission of Richard Lyne to a tenement and land in Upmead and the 16 acre bargain in High Town  6M80/E/T454  11 Apr 1719

Admission of Thomas Manner to 2 cottages in Poulner on the surrender of Richard Whitemarsh  6M80/E/T455  7 Jun 1720

Admission of Richard Elliott  6M80/E/T456  20 Jul 1659

Contents:
Messuage and orchard with 12a of land in Hightown, on the surrender of Hugh Elliott and Richard Elliott

Admission of Elizabeth Busset to cottage and garden in Moortown  6M80/E/T457  26 Sep 1714

Admission of Joanne Shole, to tenement and 16a of land in Over Kingston, on the surrender of Margaret Warne, 21 May 1679  6M80/E/T458  1679, 1737

Contents:
Attached to above: Oath of Elizabeth Shole, swearing that her mother Joanne left no will, and she will administer her mother's goods, and make an inventory, 1737

Admission of Sarah and James Noyce to a cottage and ½a land in Lower Kingston on the surrender of Issac Wright, 7 Jul 1725  6M80/E/T459  1725, 1728

Contents:
Attached: Admission of James Noyce to the same land, 16 Oct 1728

Admission of John Lyne (sen) to a cottage and garden at Longmoor, Ringwood, 2 May 1760  6M80/E/T460  1760, 1777

Contents:
Attached: surrender by John Lyne (sen) of cottage and lands (as above), 31 Oct 1777

Admission of Mary Dyke to a cottage and garden in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/T461  23 Jan 1684

Admission of Mary Manners to a cottage and 2 closes of pasture at Crowhill  6M80/E/T462  22 Oct 1729

Admission of Mary Ayles to 1 tenement and 12a of land called Breach on the surrender of Mary Ayles  6M80/E/T463  18 May 1709

Admission of Ruth Scaplen to a tenement with 12a of land in Hightown  6M80/E/T464  16 Apr 1733

Admission of John Cleaver, senior, to tenement and 1a of land in Upmeade  6M80/E/T465  6 Nov 1699

Admission of Patient Noyce  6M80/E/T466  22 Apr 1713

Contents:
To a tenement and garden in Over Kingston 2a in Nether Kingston, 1a in Crowfield 3a in Churle Meade, 1 coppice called Goddins

Admission of Anna Wing to 4a of meadow in Upmead, and a parcel of meadow adjoining in Ringwood  6M80/E/T467  1 Mar 1717

Admission of Thomas Marten (in reversion) to a tenement and 16a of land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/T468  4 Oct 1691

Admission of John Early to 16a of land at the Street Yard, Ringwood  6M80/E/T469  9 Oct 1696

Quitclaim  6M80/E/T470  31 Jan 1720

Contents:
(i) Stephen Ereley of Ellingham, carpenter and John Ereley of Ellingham, yeoman
(ii) John Willis and his undertenant Simon Kerley
(i) Quitclaim any rights to the street yard, Ringwood

Admission of William Day, for cottage, garden and half acre of land in Poulner  6M80/E/T471  2 May 1760

Letter of attorney  6M80/E/T472  1 Apr 1724

Contents:
Where Sarah Corbin makes Felix Bursey, Henry Medhurst and Henry Hedges her legal attornies

Bisterne and Crow manor: Admission of Jonah Riggs of Ringwood, carpenter, to 2 cottages in Moretown  6M80/E/T473  25 Feb 1811

SOUTH BADDESLEY  [no ref. or date]

Copy Court Roll  [no ref. or date]

Admission of William Forbes, to a tenement in South Baddesley, near a gravel pit called Kings  6M80/E/T474  12 Oct 1735

HAMPSHIRE, CORNWALL, DEVON, DORSET AND WILTSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Copy lease for a year  6M80/E/T214  1799

Contents:
25 January 12 George II, 1738-9
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron of Wardour and Hon. Henry Arundell esquire, eldest son and heir apparent of Henry Lord Arundell
(ii) Right Honourable Thomas Lord Viscount Gage of Ireland and William Bennett of Hartgrove, Dorset, esquire
Manors of Tisbury, Bridges and Warder, with the Park adjoining, Upper Dunhead, Lower Dunhead, Hasleton, Anstey, Semley and Tollard Royall all in Wiltshire
Manor of Chuyte in Chuyte Collingborne, Rodnam, Lurgusal and Standon in Wiltshire
Office of bailywick and keeper of the forest of Chuyte and of the chase of Collingborne, Wiltshire Manors of Hampreston Tollard, Farnham, Stubhampton, and Compton all in Dorset
Manors of Sharpricks, South Baddesley and Pennington Narvett, with appurtenances in Woodhouse, Andover, Sharpricks, Bolder, Danford, South Baddisley, Norley, Pennington Narvett, Milford, Lymington, Stoke Episcopi, South Stoneham, North Stoneham, Amport, Westredham, Cholrington, Thinsyngham, Tangley, Charleton, Hursley, Newport, Brampston Cliffe, Bradinge, Mottisham, Shalfleet, and Shalford, all in Hampshire
Office of bailywick and keeper of the forest of Chuyte in Hampshire
Right of patronage to the parishes of Hampreston, Dorset, Tollard Royall, Dunhead St. Mary alias Upper Dunhead, Dunhead St. Andrew alias Lower Dunhead and Tisbury, Wiltshire; Lodswell, Devon; Kingsdon, Somerset; Poundstock, Cornwall
Attested true copy 5 December 1799

Copy deed poll of Right Honourable Henry Lord Arundell, baron of Wardour  6M80/E/T215  1739

Contents:
Directing that George Chafin and John Webb (trustees of the settlement of 25/26 January 1738/9) raise £20,000 for the portions of his younger sons Thomas Arundell and James Everard Arundell
This sum shall be raised from the premises limited to the trustees for 400 years under the settlement and interest at £4% p.a. shall be paid to the two sons from Lord Arundell's death until the portions become payable
3 February 12 George II, 1738
Enrolled in Chancery 3 February 1738

Abstract of family settlements  6M80/E/T216  c 1785

Contents:
2 February 1785 and 4 February 1785 on the marriage of James Everard Arundell esquire, eldest son and heir apparent of Hon. James Everard Arundell and Ann his wife, with Mary Arundell, infant aged 20, elder daughter of Henry Lord Arundell and Mary, Lady Arundell his wife; by these deeds, an income was secured from premises in Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire and Devon on trustees for the marriage
28 November 1786 and 30 November 1786 on the marriage of Hon. Eleonora Arundell, spinster, younger daughter of Henry Lord Arundell and Mary Lady Arundell, with Hon. Charles Clifford, second son of Rt. Hon. Hough, late Lord Clifford, Baron of Chudleigh, Devon deceased
By these deeds money was settled on the trustees for the marriage

Memorandum for Lord Arundell concerning legal documents  6M80/E/T217  17 December 1793

HAMPSHIRE, CORNWALL, DORSET, DEVON, LINCOLNSHIRE, SOMERSET, WILTSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Copy lease for a year  6M80/E/T218  1764

Contents:
23 April 4 George III, 1764
(i) Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell, Baron Arundell of Wardour, Wiltshire; Rt. Hon. Mary Lady Arundell, his wife (late Mary Conquest, spinster)
(ii) Francis Fawkes of Furnivals Inn, Londond, gentleman
Warder Castle, Wiltshire
Manors of Tisbury, Bridsor, Warder, Dunhead, Upper Dunhead, Lower Dunhead, Hasleton, Anstey, Somley, and Tollard Royal, Wiltshire
All other manors of (i) in Warder, Semley, Dunhead, Dunhead St. Mary alias Upper Dunhead, Dunhead St. Andrew alias Lower Dunhead, Charlton, Ludwell, Combe, Tisbury, Cheesgrove, East Hatch, Bridsor, Hasleton, Anstey, Tollard Royall, Chute, Collingborne, Rodnam, Lurgushall, Ashgrove, and Standon, Wiltshire (except manor of Chuyte with chief rents and fines) Advowson to parishes of Dunhead St. Mary, Dunhead St. Andrew, Tisbury and Tollard Royall, all in Wiltshire Manors of Hampreston Tollard, Farnham, Stubhampton, Compton, Fountmell and Melbury Abbas, Dorset; and all manors of (i) in Hampreston Tollard, Farnham Tollard, Stubhampton, Compton, Melbury Abbas, Fountmell, Melbury Osmond and Twern Minister, Dorset Advowsons to the parishes of Fountmell, Melbury
Abbas, Compton and Hampreston
Manor of Ringwood, Hampshire
Hundred of Ringwood with appurtenances in Ringwood, Upper Kingston, Lower Kingston, Poulner, Heighton, Harbridge and New Forest the impropriate rectories of Lodswell and Slapton, Devon
And all the other premises of (i) in Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire and Devon, (except the manors of South Baddesley, Pennington and Sharpricks, Hampshire with chief rents and fines; manors of South Petherton and Kingston, Somerset with chief rents and fines; impropriate rectory of Poundstock, Cornwall; also except office and bailwick and keeper of the forest of Chuyte in Wiltshire and Hampshire, and advowsons of Poundstock, Cornwall and Kingston, Somerset)
Also manor of Irnham, Lincolnshire and capital messuage called Irnham Hall, with premises in Irnham, Hawthorpe, Bullby, Lincolnshire
Manor of Corby, Lincolnshire with all appurtenances; and rectory and great tithes of Corby, and premises in Corby
Manor of Beelsby, Lincolnshire with all appurtenances and premises in Beelsby and all other premises of (i) in Lincolnshire

HAMPSHIRE, DORSET, SOMERSET AND WILTSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Release of interest  6M80/E/T219  1860

Contents:
For 5s. 22 April 19 George III, 1779
(i) Henry Compton of Bisterne, esquire, brother and heir of John Willis late of Ringwood, gentleman deceased (d. 22 March 1779)
(ii) John Compton of Merton College, Oxford, esquire, son of (i)
All the premises in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset or elsewhere in England, to which John Willis late of Ringwood, gentleman deceased, was entitled
Attested true copy 6 November 1860

HAMPSHIRE AND MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

BROCKENHURST, RINGWOOD AND TEDDINGTON (Middlesex)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage  6M80/E/T220  1874

Contents:
For securing £1000 and interest 21 October 1874
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, and of Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
(ii) Robert Turner of The Priory, Huillesham, Suffolk, gentleman
Premises as in B, C, D and E in E/T53

Reconveyance  6M80/E/T221  1881

Contents:
12 July 1881
(i) Robert Turner
(ii) John Morant
Premises as in E/T220

BROCKENHURST AND ST. GEORGE'S HANOVER SQUARE (Middlesex)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by demise for 100 years  6M80/E/T222  1874

Contents:
For securing £3000 and interest 7 September 1874
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Nathaniel Richard Brassey of 83 Southampton Row, Middlesex, esquire
15 and 16 Park Lane, St. George's Hanover Square Farmhouse with lands in Brockenhurst known as The Little Brookley Farm, now occupied by William Reed (a schedule of the lands is annexed)
(i) Also assigns two policies on his life with the Eagle Assurance Company and the sums of £1500 and £1500 assured

Notice  6M80/E/T223  1874

Contents:
By (i) to (ii) of E/T222
31 August 1874, receipted 9 September 1874
(i) Janson, Cobb and Pearson, 41 Finsbury Circus, solicitors for (iv)
(ii) Sir Walter Rockliff Farquhar, bart., Henry Vigne, Charles William Curtis, and Henry Bonham Carter, esquires, Life fund trustees for Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co
(iii) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iv) Nathaniel Richard Brassey of 83 Southampton Row, Middlesex, esquire

Notice as 6M80/E/T223  6M80/E/T224  7 Oct 1874

Contents:
(i) Janson, Cobb and Pearson
(ii) The Directors and Secretary of the Eagle Life Insurance Company

Acknowledgement  6M80/E/T225  27 October 1874

Contents:
By the Eagle Insurance Co. to Messrs. Janson, Cobb and Pearson of their notice of assignment of policy to Nathaniel Richard Brassey on 7 September 1874

Envelops  6M80/E/T226  1874, 1876

Contents:
Two empty envelopes formerly containing policies with Eagle Insurance Co., 1874 and empty blue envelope formerly containing letter from Hy. Oppenheim to J. Morant, 21 April 1876

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/E/T227  1881

Contents:
For £3000, 1 January 1881
(i) Edwin Arthur Brassey Crockett of 2 Strathmore Gardens, Middlesex, esquire; Reverend Richard Ibbetson Porter of Crowmarsh Rectory, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, clerk; and Frederick Halsey Janson of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, esquire executors of the will of Nathaniel Richard Brassey deceased (dated 29 April 1880)
(ii) Mary Hancock of 96 Cornwall Road, Bayswater, Middlesex, widow
Premises as in E/T222

Memorandum of agreement  6M80/E/T228  1881

Contents:
To continue mortgage for a further 3 years from 15 February 1881, 11 March 1881
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Mary Hancock of 96 Cornwall Road, Bayswater, Middlesex, widow who became a mortgagee by Assignment dated 1 January 1881
Premises as in E/T222

Notice  6M80/E/T229-230  1881

2 copies

Contents:
By (i) to (ii) and (iii) of E/T227, 11 February 1881
(i) Messrs. Janson, Cobb and Pearson of 41 Finsbury Circus solicitors
(ii) John Morant esquire
(iii) Eagle Insurance Co
Pinned to one copy is an acknowledgement from the Eagle Insurance Company

Notice of intention  6M80/E/T231  28 May 1888

Contents:
By John Morant to pay off mortgage debt due to the late Mrs. Mary Hancock by Assignment dated 1 January 1881 (E/T227)
The notice was sent by Messrs. Janson, Cobb and Pearson and Co. to Edwin Arthur Brassey Crockett esquire, executor of the will of the late Mrs. Mary Hancock

Surrender of mortgage  6M80/E/T232  23 July 1888

Contents:
(i) Edwin Arthur Brassey Crockett of No. 6 Poultry, London, architect, executor of the will of Mary Hancock deceased (dated 31 July 1880)
(ii) John Morant
Premises as in E/T222

Receipt for £500  6M80/E/T233  1917

Contents:
On account of mortgage for £3000 vested in Mrs. Hancock at her death 17 March 1917
(i) Edwin...executor of the late Mrs. Hancock
(ii) John Morant esquire, per Messrs. Janson, Cobb, Pearson and Co

MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

ST. GEORGE'S HANOVER SQUARE  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  6M80/E/T234  1858

Contents:
For £5734-18s., 4 August 1858
(i) Frederic Mortan of Beaumont Street, Marylebone, Middlesex, West India merchant; and William Skipwith=== of Upham near Bishops Waltham, esquire, trustees of the will of John Morant late of Brockenhurst, esquire deceased
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst esquire, eldest son and heir of John Morant deceased
(iii) Most Hon. Frances Anne, Marchioness of Londonderry of Wynyard Park, Co. Durham, widow
Piece of land in Park Lane, parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, with building there forming the south side of a house belonging to (iii) commonly called Holdernesse House; the ground fronts westward on Park Lane and measures 123 feet 6 inches from east to west on the north side, and 10 feet from north to south in an oblique line at the east end
The premises are subject to a lease dated 24 December 1772 to Robert, Earl of Holdernesse for 99 years
(ii) Covenants for production of deeds in the schedule

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/T235  25 Mar 1870

Contents:
From 25 March 1870
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) John Thomas Campbell of 15 Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire
Piece of ground on the east side of Park Lane in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex with messuage built there and known as 15 Park Lane
Annual rent: £750
(ii) Shall also pay for the insurance of the premises and taxes due on the premises (except landlord's property tax)
Covenants for maintenance of the building
There is an inventory of fittings and fixtures included in the lease, listed room by room

Mortgage  6M80/E/T236  1870

Contents:
By demise of the premises for 100 years (if John Morant should live so long) and by assignment of assurance policy, for securing £5500 and interest, 30 June 1870
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Sir Walter Rockcliffe Farquhar of St. James' Street, Middlesex, baronet; Henry Vigne of Woodford, Essex, esquire; Charles William Curtis of Lombard Street, London esquire; and Henry Bonham Carter of Lombard Street, esquire; trustees of the Life Fund of the Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company
Premises as in E/T235 and also piece of ground on the east side of Park Lane adjoining the first premises, with messuage built there known as 16 Park Lane, now occupied by John Morant
Policy of assurance in the Eagle Assurance Co. on the life of John Morant
Pinned to the deed is a note that The City of Glasgow Life Assurance Co. acknowledged the right of Mr. William Young of Harcroft, Salisbury and Mrs. Ellen Young his wife to production of this deed. 1893

Appointment  6M80/E/T237  1870

Contents:
Of (iii) as receivers of rents and profits of premises in E/T236, mortgaged to (ii) 30 June 1870
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Sir Walter Rockcliffe Farquhar of St. James' Street, Middlesex, baronet; Henry Vigne of Woodford, Essex esquire; and Henry Bonham Carter of Lombard St. esquire, trustees of the Life Fund of the Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co
(iii) George Lewis Parkin and Frederick John Pagden both of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman
(iii) Shall hold monies received on trust to pay all taxes and dues on the premises, then to insure premises against loss by fire (up to £10,000) and then to pay premiums on life assurance policy, then to keep back such sums as they shall deserve (not exceeding £5%), and finally to pay off the interest on the mortgage on 30 December and 30 June
The surplus shall be paid to (i)

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T238  1870

Contents:
To secure £1500 and interest, 15 October 1870
Parties as in E/T236
Premises as in E/T238, also another policy of assurance with Eagle Life Assurance Co. for £1500

Deed of further charge  6M80/E/T239  1874


Related information: See E/T222-232 for Mortgage, Assignment and surrender of part of these premises with premises in Brockenhurst, 1874-1888

Contents:
To secure £500 and interest, 5 September 1874
Parties as in E/T236
Premises as in E/T238, also another policy of assurance with Eagle Life Assurance Co. for £500

Assignment of term of 21 years  6M80/E/T240  1883

Contents:
For £1000, 16 March 1883
(i) Henry Maurice William Oppenheim of 16 Bruton Street, Middlesex, esquire
(ii) Gustavus Palmer Harding of 88 Jermyn Street, esquire
Premises in E/T235 now called 17 Park Lane

Deed of charge  6M80/E/T241  1886

Contents:
For securing payment of balance of (i)'s account with (ii) and £5% p.a. interest (to supplement assignment of assurance policies made by (i) on 17 December 1881 for securing his account), 12 April 1886
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Frederick Halsey Janson, Thomas Pix Cobb, John Michael Pearson, Samuel Jeffery McKee, and William Isaac Shard all of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, solicitors known as Janson, Cobb, Pearson, McKee and Shard
(i)'s Life interest in income from securities and from 17 and 18 Park Lane London, as listed in the schedule
(i)'s Reversion expectant on the death of Flora Jane Morant his wife in securities listed in the second schedule

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/T242  29 Sep 1886

Contents:
From 29 September 1886
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Ellinor Arbuthnot of 78 Portland Place, Middlesex, wife of Forster Fitzgerald Arbuthnot, esquire
Piece of land on the east side of Park Lane in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex with messuage built there known as 18 Park Lane
Annual rent: £550
Covenants for maintenance

Surrender of term of 21 years  6M80/E/T243  30 December 1886

Contents:
(i) Gustavus Palmer Harding of The Hotel Metropole, Charing Cross, Middlesex (in whom the term created in E/T235 is now vested)
(ii) Henry Vigne of Woodford, esquire; Henry Bonham Carter of 11 Lombard Street, London, esquire; Beaumont William Lubbock of 15 Lombard Street, esquire, and John Biddulph Martin of Lombard Street, esquire (in whom the reversion expectant is now vested by way of mortgage)
(iii) John Morant
Premises as in E/T235

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/T244  31 Dec 1886

Contents:
From 29 September 1886
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Henry Petre of 17 Park Lane, Middlesex esquire
Piece of land on the east side of Park Lane in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex with messuage built there known as 17 Park Lane
Annual rent: £750
(ii) Shall also pay insurance premium in a sum up to £12,000
Covenants for maintenance

Reassignment  6M80/E/T245  1893

Contents:
11 February 1893
(i) Henry Bonham Carter; Beaumont William Lubbock; John Biddulph Martin and John James Hamilton all of 11 Lombard Street, London, esquires, Life Fund trustees of the Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co
(ii) John Morant
17 and 18 (formerly 15 and 16) Park Lane, St. George's Hanover Square, Middlesex
Consideration: £2833-16s. (leaving £2666-4s. still due)

Letter from Wm. Grogan and Boyd of London to Messrs. Janson, Cobb, Pearson & Co. concerning the value of 17 and 18 Park Lane  6M80/E/T246  18 January 1893

Deed of covenants  6M80/E/T247  1893

Contents:
That mortgage made by (ii) and Edward John Harry Eden Morant his eldest son for securing £11,000 to the City of Glasgow Life Assurance Co. shall take priority to the charge on the premises made out in favour of (i)10 May 1893
(i) Frederick Halsey Janson, Thomas Pix Cobb, Samuel Jeffery McKee, and William Isaac Shard (survivors of John Michael Pearson who died 30 August 1892)
John Morant

Assignment, for £4200, of remainder of term of 21 years  6M80/E/T248  1895

Contents:
31 December 1895
(i) Ellinor Arbuthnot of 19 Park Lane, London, wife of Forster Fitzgerald Arbuthnot, esquire
(ii) Whitaker Wright of 15 Austin Friars, London, E.C. esquire
Premises as in E/T242

Counterpart agreement for surrender of lease (E/T242)  6M80/E/T249  1896

Contents:
In order to make new lease for 80 years for annual rent of £600 and subject to building covenants, 11 August 1896
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire and Edward John Harry Eden Morant, esquire, who have power of appointment over the premises under deed dated 25 May 1894
(ii) Whitaker Wright of Lee Park, Surrey, esquire now tenant of the property
Premises as in E/T242

Surrender for the purpose of creating new lease  6M80/E/T250  1901

Contents:
14 February 1901
(i) Blanche Adeliza Dowager Countess of Rosslyn of 17 Park Lane, London to whom the premises were assigned on 5 June 1900, following the death of Henry Petre on 25 April 1900
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire (now entitled to the reversion expectant in the premises)
Premises as in E/T244

Typed schedule of deeds and documents  6M80/E/T251  1904

Contents:
Relating to 17 and 18 Park Lane, London mortgaged by the trustees of E.J.H.G. Morant's Settled Estates to the trustees of A.H. Hamilton's Will and deposited at Messrs. Barclay and Co. Ltd., 54 Lombard Street on 30 August 1904
(The deeds date from 23-24 December 1788 to 12 August 1904)

Agreement  6M80/E/T252  1904

Contents:
That if (i) fulfil covenants in the mortgage, including payment of interest, then (iii) will not require repayment of principal money before 12 October 1911, if Lydia Mary Tyrwhitt Drake or John Charles Tyrwhitt Drake shall live so long unless the settled share of Lydia Mary Tyrwhitt Drake shall sooner become divisible 12 August 1904
(i) Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London, esquire; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington esquire; and Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Mandeville, Jamaica esquire (called the Morant Trustees)
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(iii) Joseph Herbert Tritton of 54 Lombard Street, banker and Sir Charles John Follett, C.B. of Blatchfeld Chilworth near Guildford, Surrey, (called the Hamilton trustees)
17 and 18 Park lane, London
This deed is supplemental to mortgage dated 12 August 1904 for securing £11750 and interest

Order in Bankruptcy court  6M80/E/T253  22 May 1905

Contents:
Vesting 17 Park Lane and the lease dated 15 February 1901 (whereby the premises were demised to Ry. Hon. Blanche Adeliza, Dowager Countess of Rosslyn for 35 years from 24 June 1900 for £850 p.a.) in Messrs. Coutts & Co. following a declaration of Bankruptcy filed against the Dowager Countess

Undertaking  6M80/E/T254  27 January 1908

Contents:
By H.L. Fane and J.F. Hamilton (executors of the will of G.H. Sodheathy deceased) to complete papering of 17 Park Lane The undertaking was sent to E.J.H.E. Morant esquire

Two sets of plans of proposed alterations to 17 Park Lane, London  6M80/E/T255  c 1909

Contents:
By R.G. Hammond, architect of 16 Essex Street, Strand, London W.C
One set is endorsed with note that these are the plans referred to in lease dated 15 February 1901

TEDDINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Deed of covenants for production of title deeds  6M80/E/T256  1869

Contents:
(The deeds are dated 21 May 1863, 15 March 1866 and 12 February 1867 and relate also to other property mortgaged to i), 24 March 1869
(i) Frederic Mortan of Beaumont Street, St. Marylebone, Middlesex, esquire and William Skipwith of Chesham Place, Brighton, Sussex, esquire
(ii) Frederick Charles Michels of 19 Sloane Street, Middlesex and of Maud Cottage, Teddington, confectioner, mortgagor of the property
(iii) Rt. Hon. Charles Anderson Worsley Pelham Earl of Yarborough, Baron Yarborough of Yarborough and Baron Worsley of Appuldercombe; and William Rudgard of Lincoln, esquire, trustees of the Midland Counties Insurance Co. mortgagees of the property
Piece of land at Teddington, Middlesex, bounded on the south-west by the Twickenham-Teddington road (other bounds specified) and containing 1a. 30p.; also messuage in the course of erection on the land

DORSET  [no ref. or date]

Copy Lease for a Year  6M80/E/T257  1821

Contents:
13 January 50 George III, 1810
(i) Henry Combe Compton of Manor House, esquire
(ii) Henry Hugh Holbech of the Inner Temple, London, esquire; and Joseph Maberly of Kings Road, Bedford Row, Middlesex, gentleman
Manor of South Mapperton, advowson and right of patronage to Mapperton Rectory, and Mapperton House, all in Mapperton, Dorset; and South Mapperton Farm and premises in Mapperton, Netherbury and Beaminster known as Mapperton Farm; and Coltley Farm, Mapperton, and Marsh Farm,Beaminster; and Starridge Farm, Beaminster; and Melplash Court Farm (except Pauls Close, North Woodscoat Close and the north side of Warren Hill, lately planted as a wood); and messuage and lands at Melplash in the parish of Netherbury; and manor of Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset; and Court Farm, Squibs Farm, Fragmore or Frogmore Farm, Bolton's tenement, Whitechurch Farm, Joyces tenement, Somerton's House, 4 cottages, Drewes tenement, and ruinous house lately converted into 2 cottages and called Joyces tenement, all situated in the parish of Winterborne Whitechurch (other details are given, including the annual value, tenant's name and many field names)
Attested copy dated 21 Sep 1821

Copy settlement on the marriage of (ii) and (iii) by way of release  6M80/E/T258  1821

Contents:
15 January 50 George III, 1810
(i) William Mills of Bisterne, esquire
(ii) Henry Combe Compton of Manor House, esquire
(iii) Charlotte Mills of Bisterne, spinster, daughter of William Mills
(iv) Henry Hugh Holbech of the Inner Temple, London, esquire and Joseph Maberly of Kings Road, Bedford Row, Middlesex, gentleman
(v) Richard Plumtree Glyn of Gaunt House, near Wimborne, Dorset, esquire: Charles Mills of Saville Row, Middlesex, esquire; Andrew Mortimer Drummond of Charing Cross, Middlesex, esquire and Revd. Francis Dyson, clerk, fellow of Merton College, Oxford
Premises as in E/T257
Recites that (i) has paid (ii) the sum of £5000 as marriage portion for his daughter and settled another sum of £5000 (provided for (iii) on her parents' marriage) on (ii) for his wife's portion
(ii) has agreed to settle annuity of £1200 on his wife for life
Attested true copy 21 September 1821

JAMAICA, WEST INDIES  [no ref. or date]

Grant of annuity  6M80/E/T259  1792

Contents:
Of £1200 payable from estates known as The Bog, Ballards River, Chateau and Penders River in the parishes of Vere and Clarendon in Jamaica, which were devised to John Morant by the will of his father, Edward Morant who died 27 July 1791; the grant is made as a jointure on the marriage of (i)
7 June 32 George III, 1792
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire eldest son of Edward Morant late of Brockenhurst esquire deceased and his devisee; and Elizabeth his wife
(ii) Samuel Long of London, esquire and George Cussans Richards of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esquire
(iii) George Drake of London esquire and Robert Lambert of Barham Wood, Hertfordshire, esquire
A term of 100 years is limited to (ii) from the death of John Morant in case his wife survives him, so that the annuity may be paid
A term of 500 years is settled on (iii) to raise £10000 as portions for the younger children of (i)

Settlement upon the marriage of (i) and (ii)  6M80/E/T260  1823

Contents:
17 September 1823
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire
(ii) Honourable Caroline Augusta Hay, commonly called Lady Caroline Augusta Hay, a minor aged 19, third daughter of William Hay Carr, late Earl of Erroll, Scotland, deceased
(iii) Edward Gregory Morant Gale of Upham House, Hampshire, esquire and Samuel Lambert of Hinde Street, Manchester Square, St. Marylebone, Middlesex, lieutenant colonel in H.M. Army
(iv) Freeman Willis Eliot of Cumberland Street, Portman Square, St. Marylebone, Middlesex, esquire guardian and maternal uncle of (ii); Rt. Hon. William George Hay Carr, Earl of Erroll, brother of (ii)
(v) Rt. Hon. George, Earl of Glasgow, and Charles Hay Cameron of the Inner Temple, London, esquire
Four plantations or sugar works commonly called The Bog, Ballards River, Chatteau and Pinders River in the parish of Vere and Clarendon in Jamaica; and pieces of land measuring 252a. and 210a. situated near the Cross in Clarendon, formerly part of Samuel Long's estate and abutting southerly and part westerly on land belonging to Morgans Valley estate, and westerly and north-westerly on Chatteau estate and seven plantations, northerly and north-easterly on the seven Plantations estate belonging to Ashley estate; the slaves appertaining to the estates are listed in the schedule giving details of name, colour, age and whether African or Creole, with remarks
A term of 200 years is limited to (v) from (i)'s death for securing a jointure of £700 p.a. for (ii) if she shall survive (i)
A term of 100 years is limited to (iv) to raise £150 p.a. for whomsoever (ii) shall direct and in default to (ii) for her pinmoney, exclusive of (i)'s rights
Sewn to the deed of settlement is the affidavit of James Burgis and George Holland, clerks to John Spottiswoode and David Robertson of Westminster esquires, concerning the deed taken before the Mayor of London, 13 March 1824

Copy settlement  6M80/E/T261  1915

Contents:
28 May 1894
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire, eldest son of (i)
(iii) Herbert George Alexander of 24 Lombard Street, London; Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington and Walter Wilson Wynne of Brockenhurst Plantation, Jamaica esquire
A. Grantham Plantation (515a.), Gully Side Plantation (56a.); Ballards River Plantation (1065a.) Brockenhurst Plantation (1064½a.); Chateau Plantation (1250a.); Pindar River Plantation (2940a.); Mocho Plantation (acreage not given)
B. Gibbons Estate (600a.); Plantation (formerly a sugar estate) called Ashley Hall (780a., of which 10a. has been given to Clarendon parish church) Plantation (formerly a sugar estate) called Exeter estate (889a.); two plantations called Laws Baymacary and Jacksons Baymacary (861a.); Knights Estate (1290a.); Blackwall Plantation (20a.)
All the premises are in the parish of Clarendon in the district of Vere, Jamaica
(i) and (ii) appoint that (iii) shall hold premises on trust for (i) for life, then for (ii) in tail male and tail female successively, with remainder to Francis George Morant second son of (i) for life, then in tail male and tail female successively then to any other son of (i) successively in tail, then to Mabel Caroline Flora Alexander (wife of Herbert George Alexander and daughter of (i) for her life then in tail male and tail female successively, then to all other daughter of (i) successively in tail with final remainder to (ii) and his heirs
Following the schedule are copy declarations
Certified true copy, 30 July 1915

ADMINISTRATION  [no ref. or date]

HAMPSHIRE ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of lands  6M80/E/B1  nd[early 20th Century]

Contents:
Prepared at the Brockenhurst Estate office with details of property, acreage, tenants' name, and outgoings
There is an endorsed note that the schedule has since been revised and typewritten

Survey and valuation  6M80/E/B2  1786

Contents:
Of estates called Ringwood, Poulner, Hightown, Highwoods, Crow, Upper and Lower Kingston's, Sandford etc. in the parishes of Ringwood and Harbridge, belonging to Right Honourable Lord Arundell

Account of money paid to bargemen and labourers at Ringwood from 14-28 January 1787  6M80/E/B3  1787

Letter from John King at Lymington, sending deeds to John Morant esquire at Brockenhurst and enclosing account  6M80/E/B4  1824

Bundle of papers relating to the redemption of the land tax on some of John Morant's estates at Ringwood  6M80/E/B5  1825-1830

Contents:
Includes letters, extracts from the Land Tax Assessments, schedules showing date of redemption and reinvestment etc., schedule of property in Ringwood and Kingston on which land tax is paid and owned by John Morant

Letter from J. Morant to..., returning 'the conveyance'  6M80/E/B6  16 December 1847

Note on the property in reversion sold by Mr. Morant to Mr. William Mills  6M80/E/B7  1853

Contents:
Giving number on map, description and acreage
There is a note that the paper was copied in consequence of an enquiry into a lifehold Estate, February 1853

Scribbled unsigned note of delivery to Mr. Kingdon  6M80/E/B8  10 June 1854

Contents:
Of a large deed from a Ringwood box with 21 or 22 seals. The note is addressed to John Morant Esq., at Brockenhurst

Certificate signed by Thos. Hibbert that the free runs at Winkton and Knapp have been given  6M80/E/B9  15 March 1858

Rough schedule of lands at Ringwood  6M80/E/B10  nd[19th Century]

Contents:
With details of premises, quantity, owners and occupiers.
Numbers refer to a map and this appears to tie up with 6M80M E/P4

Bill for £361-0-7d  6M80/E/B11  1904

Contents:
For legal expenses incurred by Messrs. Janson, Cobb, Pearson and Co. for E.J.H.E. Morant esquire, receipted 12 August 1904

Receipt for £35  6M80/E/B12  4 Jul 1919

Contents:
By Francis and Johns from Messrs. Janson, Cobb, Pearson and Co. for costs and commission on the sale of lots 29 and 30 of the Ringwood estate to Mr. (?Wm.) Heap (This may refer to E/T199 but this is unclear)

JAMAICA ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

Copy accounts of John Morant esquire  6M80/E/B13  1878-1887

Contents:
With his agents, Messrs. Bosanquet, Curtis and Co. of London (later known as Hogg, Curtis, Campbell and Co.) for estates in Jamaica (estate of John Morant, Ballards River Estate and Brockenhurst estate)

Copy accounts of John Morant esquire  6M80/E/B14  1878-1887

Contents:
For Monymusk estate and Bog Estate in Jamaica

Draft power of attorney  6M80/E/B15  17 Sep 1889

Contents:
For the management of
(i)'s estates in Jamaica
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Walter Wilson Wynne of Connaught House, Sillwood Place, Brighton, Sussex and of Brockenhurst Plantation, Jamaica

Draft letter from John Morant to J.R. Latreille esquire  6M80/E/B16  September 1889

Contents:
Informing him that Mr. Walter Wilson Wynne has been appointed manager of his Jamaican property

Letter from John Morant of Brockenhurst Park to Messrs. Janson, Cobb, Pearson and Co  6M80/E/B17  1890-1892

Contents:
Instructing them to invest the rents of his Jamaica estates in Consols. Attached to the letter and enclosed are receipts for investments

Schedule of deeds  6M80/E/B18  May 1893

Contents:
Relating to estates in Jamaica handed over by Reverend Thomas Williams to John Morant esquire
The deeds in the schedule date from 1852 to 1884

Draft award concerning dispute between Mr. Wynne on behalf of Mr. Morant, and Mr. G.W. Fitzherbert over purchase of Ashley Hall  6M80/E/B19  13 October 1897

Account of John Morant esquire with Walter W. Wynne attorney concerning the estates in Jamaica  6M80/E/B20  1898-1899

Contents:
Receipted 28 August 1899

List of 'contents of Jamaica Box'  6M80/E/B21  November 1900

Receipt for succession duty paid on the succession of John Morant, infant, on the death of his father to estates in Jamaica  6M80/E/B22  1910

LEASES: BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The Brockenhurst estate and manor was brought by Edward Morant in 1770, the following Morants subsequently owned the estate
John Morant (1787-1857)
John Morant (1825-1899)
Edward John Harry Eden Morant (1868-1910)
John Morant (1907- Sold Brockenhurst Park in 1958)
Previous to the Morants buying the manor, it was owned by the Cray family, of Ibsley

Leases for 99 years or 3 Lives  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following leases (E/B23-E/B85), are all for 99 years or 3 lives. The original arrangement was unclear, so they have been listed numerically by their lease, or estate number. They are all counterpart leases, unless otherwise stated. The tenants have been listed chronologically, after the property description. The lessor in each case, was the Lord of Brockenhurst manor

Lease 2: Tenement and 13a of land called Fathers  6M80/E/B23-24  [n.d.]

Matthew Reynolds of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B23  3 Nov 1730

Matthew Reynolds, (as E/B23 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B24  2 Apr 1770

Lease 3: Parcel of land known as Stark's in Ringwood  6M80/E/B25-27  [n.d.]

Contents:
And in 1772, all the land lately enclosed out of the waste of the manor, containing 30 lugs, bounded by an estate called Houes, and the Kings Highway from Brockenhurst to Lymington

Matthew Reynolds sen. of Brockenhurst, salt carrier (counterpart)  6M80/E/B25  29 Sep 1726

Matthew Reynolds of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B26  2 Apr 1770

Matthew Reynolds (as E/B26)  6M80/E/B27  20 Feb 1772

Lease 3: 4 closes of land where a tenement lately stood, called Burtons  6M80/E/B28  5 Jul 1726

Contents:
Robert Burton of Westminster, coach driver

Lease 4: Close of land called Marle Pooles, containing 4a  6M80/E/B29-33  [n.d.]

Thomas Beavis of Lyndhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B29  7 May 1731

Thomas Beavis (as E/B29), (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B30-31  22 Oct 1751

Ann Elliott of Portsmouth, widow  6M80/E/B32  22 Aug 1776

Thomas White of Brockenhurst, gent  6M80/E/B33  2 Apr 1791

Lease 5:2 small closes of arable land (3a), called Ober Grounds, near Ober Corner, Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B34-37  [n.d.]

Thomas Beavis, the elder of Lyndhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B34  15 Jun 1731

Thomas Bravis of Redbridge, yeoman  6M80/E/B35  22 Oct 1751

Ann Elliott, of Portsmouth, widow  6M80/E/B36  22 Aug 1776

Thomas White of Brockenhurst, gent.  6M80/E/B37  2 Apr 1791

Lease 6: Close and parcel of ground called Foxtons, in Brockenhurst (4a)  6M80/E/B38-B40  [n.d.]

John Gale of Brockenhurst, yeoman (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B38-39  21 Mar 1757

John Gale (as E/B38-39)  6M80/E/B40  15 Jul 1777

Lease 7: Cottage, with orchard and garden in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B41-43  [n.d.]

Thomas Beavis of Redbridge, yeoman  6M80/E/B41  22 Oct 1751

John Roe of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B42  30 Oct 1752

John Millidge of Shirley House, Boldre, cordwainer  6M80/E/B43  21 Nov 1787

Lease 8a: Messuage and garden in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B44  7 Dec 1785

Contents:
Stephen Goulden of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 8b: Plot of arable known as Millers (1½a)  6M80/E/B45  10 Oct 1754

Contents:
John Gulliver of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 11: Cottage known as Bements Cottage, with orchard and garden, in Brockenhurst, containing 1 stitch of land  6M80/E/B46-47  [n.d.]

Joyce Moors of Brockenhurst, widow  6M80/E/B46  30 Aug 1750

William Moores of Winkton, Christchurch, yeoman  6M80/E/B47  16 Jan 1770

Lease 12: Parcel of arable land or pasture ground, and a dwelling house called Pears, containing ½a in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B48-49  [n.d.]

Roger Andrews of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B48  1 Nov 1728

Thomas Early of Brockenhurst, carpenter (lease)  6M80/E/B49  28 May 1740

Lease 14: Tenement and garden, containing 30 lugs of land, situate near the Pound, Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B50  24 Mar 1779

Contents:
Thomas Masters of Southampton, yeoman

Lease 15: Messuage with 6a of land, in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B51-52  [n.d.]

Henry Riggs of Boldre, yeoman  6M80/E/B51  13 Mar 1752

Henry Riggs (as E/B51)  6M80/E/B52  26 Apr 1756

Lease 20: Newly built cottage known as Pears, with garden, containing ½a of land in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B53-56  [n.d.]

Thomas Masters of Brockenhurst, blacksmith  6M80/E/B53  25 Dec 1722

Thomas Masters (as E/B53)  6M80/E/B54  21 Dec 1726

Richard Forster of Brockenhurst, labourer  6M80/E/B55  13 Sep 1769

Richard Forster (as E/B55)  6M80/E/B56  25 Mar 1792

Lease 22  6M80/E/B57-58  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement, turf house and 2 garden parks, one close called House Close, one called Middle Close, one called Furzey Parrock and one called May Grass Close, in total(15a)

Robert Trippock, of Brockenhurst, husbandman  6M80/E/B57  4 Nov 1767

Jerimiah House of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B58  21 Nov 1787

Lease 23: Tenement, garden and orchard, enclosed out of the common of Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B59-61  [n.d.]

James Dibble, of Brockenhurst, wheelwright  6M80/E/B59  18 Nov 1748

Joseph Dibble of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B60  4 Nov 1767

John Dibble of Brockenhurst, carpenter  6M80/E/B61  20 Mar 1786

Lease 24: Tenement, garden and orchard in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B62  18 Nov 1748

Contents:
James Barnes of Brockenhurst, labourer

Lease 25: Shop and 3 lugs of land, enclosed out of Brockenhurst Common  6M80/E/B63-64  [n.d.]

James Springer, of Brockenhurst, blacksmith  6M80/E/B63  18 Nov 1748

Charles Terry of Brockenhurst, blacksmith  6M80/E/B64  30 Jun 1788

Lease 26: Cottage, garden and orchard, formerly called Frog Parrock, containing ½a of land  6M80/E/B65-66  [n.d.]

Philip Moore of Brockenhurst, yeoman  6M80/E/B65  25 Jan 1754

Richard Forster of Brockenhurst, labourer  6M80/E/B66  13 Feb 1793

Lease 27: 7 lugs of ground  6M80/E/B67  22 Oct 1751

Contents:
Part of the waste of Brockenhurst manor, bounded on the south with the Kings Highway, leading from Ringwood to Bewley (with sketch plan)
John Gale of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 28  6M80/E/B68-70  [n.d.]

Contents:
Water grist mills, known as Brockenhurst Mills, together with meadows, called Mill Mead (5a) and Little Mead adjoining (½a)

Stephen Stevens of Brockenhurst, miller  6M80/E/B68  29 Sep 1753

Joseph Scorey of Brockenhurst, miller, (1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B69  28 Nov 1763

Joseph Scorey, (as E/B69), (in reversion 1 life after 2)  6M80/E/B70  29 Sep 1792

Lease 29 and 12: Messuage and garden with ½a of land and another messuage with several closes in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B71-73  [n.d.]

John Blake of Brockenhurst, esq  6M80/E/B71  22 Oct 1751

John Dalrymple of Whatcombe, Brockenhurst, esq  6M80/E/B72  8 Feb 1776

Edward Morant of Brockenhurst, esq  6M80/E/B73  7 Aug 1790

Lease 29: Cottage and garden at Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B74  19 Jul 1726

Contents:
Robert Morris of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 30 and 33: Cottage and turf house, cart house, carpenters shop and garden. containing 80 lugs of land in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B75  29 Sep 1789

Contents:
James Dibble of Brockenhurst, labourer

Lease 31a: Messuage, garden and adjoining land (1a) called Shoppards  6M80/E/B76  2 Nov 1773

Contents:
John Foot, of Brockenhurst, miller

Lease 33: Cottage and garden, in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B77  22 Mar 1764

Contents:
John Barker of Brockenhurst, carpenter (1 life in reversion)

Lease 34: Piece of ground, with turf house and by 1792, a blacksmiths shop, a piece of waste containing 24 lugs of land  6M80/E/B78-79  [n.d.]

Richard Etheridge of Brockenhurst, salt officer  6M80/E/B78  24 Dec 1752

Charles Terry of Brockenhurst, blacksmith  6M80/E/B79  14 Mar 1792

Lease 36: Turf house and ground  6M80/E/B80  5 Feb 1753

Contents:
In front of the house of Thomas Norris, in order to make a court and the strip of land, against his orchard, containing 12 lugs
Thomas Norris of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 37: Several closed pieces of ground, in Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B81  29 Sep 1729

Contents:
Joseph Stephens of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 38: Piece of waste land, containing 20 lugs (bounds given)  6M80/E/B82  2 Apr 1791

Contents:
Ralph Rogers of Brockenhurst, blacksmith

Lease 39: Cottage, with garden, containing 30 lugs of land, in a lane called Greek Lane, Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B83  29 Sep 1791

Contents:
Edward Perkins of Brockenhurst, labourer

Lease 53: Two pieces of meadow, called Barons Mead, Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B84  6 Apr 1759

Contents:
John Gulliver, of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease 57: Piece of ground on the hill in Brockenhurst, near the Pound, called Strawberrys, containing ½a of land  6M80/E/B85  20 Apr 1753

Contents:
John Blake of Brockenhurst, esq

Leases not 99 year leases  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 1000 years  6M80/E/B86  22 Oct 1751

Contents:
Watcombe Lane, in front of the mansion house of John Blake, leading from Brockenhurst into the New Forest
(i) Jeremiah Cray of Ibsley, esq
(ii) John Blake, of Brockenhurst, esq

Counterpart lease, for 7¼ years  6M80/E/B87  18 Oct 1800

Contents:
Brockenhurst House, with all outbuildings, gardens, pleasure grounds and woodlands, called The Park (with schedule)
(i) Rev Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, Charles Shard of Lovells Hill
(ii) Theodore Foulks of Shirley House, esq

Counterpart lease for 7 years  6M80/E/B88  12 Feb 1806

Contents:
Tenement, closes and parcels of arable meadow, known as Blackhamsley Farm, Brockenhurst
(i) Thomas Weld of Lulworth Castle, Dorset, esq
(ii) Samuel Case of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Counterpart lease for 7 years  6M80/E/B89  10 Jul 1855

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Brockenhurst (with a schedule giving tithe map numbers, field names and acreages) John Morant has a one third interest in the premises described and John Scorey a two thirds interest, they are occupied by John Scorey
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst, esq
(ii) John Scorey of Brockenhurst, maltster

Lease for 7 years  6M80/E/B90  11 Jan 1858

Contents:
Tenement and lands called Ober and Brookley Farm (177a, 21p), with schedule giving field names and acreages (The tenant to cultivate the lands after the best and most approved four course system adopted in the parish of Brockenhurst)
(i) Isabella Charlotte Worley, of New Barnes, Hertfordshire
(ii) Frederick Fuller, of Brockenhurst, yeoman

Lease  6M80/E/B91  5 Jul 1927

Contents:
Piece of land at Brockenhurst, on the east side of the road leading from Lymington to Lyndhurst, with the hotel and buildings on the land, known as The Rose and Crown Hotel no. 356 on OS map 1909 ed. (with plan)
(i) Herbert George Alexander of The Old Mansion, Boldre, esq., Jules Gaston Duplessis of Newtown Park, Lymington, esq., Lady Kathleen Florence Mary Hare of Brockenhurst Park
(ii) Eldridge Pope and Company Ltd., Dorchester, Dorset

LEASES: HORDLE  [no ref. or date]

Counterpart lease for 16 years  6M80/E/B92  21 Nov 1860

Contents:
Hordle and Taddiford farms in Hordle
(i) Samuel Laing of Hordle House, Hordle
(ii) John Wiltshire Bennett, of Boldre, yeoman

LEASES: RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]


Related information: A number of records in the initial 6M80 deposit relate to these leases, especially 6M80/M3, a printed particular of the Manor of Ringwood, 1789; 6M80/E/P4, a Ringwood estate map. There is also a Survey of Ringwood manor, 1714 (ref 3M57/1)

Administrative history:
John Morant bought the manor in 1794 (see Brockenhurst leases introduction). Previous owners of the manor were as follows:
Richard Branthwayte, who bought the manor from Henry, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, he died in 1594 leaving it to his son Thomas. The manor then passed to the Arundells, Barons of Wardour
Henry Lord Arundell, 5th Baron, died April 1726
Henry Lord Arundell, 6th Baron, died 1746
Henry Lord Arundell, 7th Baron, died 1756
Henry Lord Arundell, 8th Baron, sold the manor to John Morant in 1794

Contents:
The following leases (E/B93-E/B563), are a mixture of customary, leasehold and freehold properties, and are all for 99 years or 3 lives. They are arranged numerically by lease number as with the Brockenhurst leases with the tenants listed chronologically. Some of the leases (E/B564-E/B628), have not been arranged in the above way, as they appeared to be original bundles or had no estate number, so have been kept in these bundles
The tithings of Ashley, Bisterne and Crow, Burley, Upper and Lower Kingston, Ringwood Town, Avon Cottage, Watersford, Moortown and Poulner, fell within Ringwood manor, as did the parish of Harbridge
The lessor, was in each case the Lord of Ringwood Manor

Leases for 99 years or 3 lives  [no ref. or date]

Part of long lease 1: Tenement with 16a of land in Harbridge  6M80/E/B93-94  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B93  7 Feb 1767

John Compton of Harbridge, esq  6M80/E/B94  5 Feb 1780

Part lease 3  6M80/E/B95-96  [n.d.]

Contents:
Barn and plot of ground South End, Ringwood, 2 small closes near Moortown Lane, 1 close against Southfield, containing in total 4a, 3½a in a common field called Spitalfield, 3 butts of meadow in a common meadow called South Mead and a small coppice of half an acre, all the premises being known as Mists tenement

William Lake of Ringwood, linen weaver (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B95/1-2  20 May 1762

William Lake of Ringwood, tirkmaker  6M80/E/B96  14 Nov 1774

Lease 4: Messuage and 12a of land at Poulner  6M80/E/B97  19 Mar 1785

Contents:
Samuel Miller of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart 2 lives in reversion)

Lease 5: Tenement called 12 Acre Bargain, in Ringwood  6M80/E/B98-99  [n.d.]

George Bright of Ringwood, surgeon (counterpart)  6M80/E/B98  14 Nov 1751

Francis Bright of Ringwood, surgeon  6M80/E/B99  5 Apr 1770

Lease 6: 1a of meadow ground in Upmead, Ringwood  6M80/E/B100-102  [n.d.]

James Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B100  20 Sep 1743

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B101  15 Jul 1756

John Compton of Harbridge, esq. (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B102  1780

Part of long lease 7: Cottage, with 4a of arable land, at Poulner  6M80/E/B103-104  [n.d.]

John Barnes of Ringwood, pipemaker (counterpart)  6M80/E/B103  1 Oct 1739

John Ayles of Ringwood, timber merchant  6M80/E/B104  1 Nov 1779

Part of long lease 7: Messuage, garden and stable and turf house at Coxstone, Ringwood  6M80/E/B105  27 Jun 1757

Contents:
Josiah Neave of Fordingbridge, miller, (counterpart)

Assignment of long lease 7: Close of arable land called Gassens lying against Spittlefield  6M80/E/B106  3 Mar 1707

Contents:
(i) James Curtis of Ringwood, tanner
(ii) John Hinton of Moortown, Ringwood

Part of long lease 7: 3a of land in Spittlefield and 3 butts of meadow ground in South Meade  6M80/E/B107-108  [n.d.]

Stephen Ayles of Hightown, Ringwood, yeoman  6M80/E/B107  8 Sep 1753

William Which of Ringwood, gardener, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B108  15 Jul 1756

Part of long lease 7  6M80/E/B109-112  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement and garden at Southend Ringwood, with part of 2 closes opposite (2a), and 1 close called Hurney Croft (2a)

John Reed of Ringwood, husbandman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B109  1 Aug 1622

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B110

Henry Curtis of Chichester, Sussex, maltster (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B110/1-2  8 Sep 1753

Richard Etheridge the younger of Ringwood  6M80/E/B111  15 Jul 1756

John Lake of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B112  5 Jan 1779

Part of long lease 7: Cottage and garden at Battlecroft, Ringwood  6M80/E/B113-115  [n.d.]

John Reade  6M80/E/B113a  10 Jun 1687

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B113b

John Lyne of Moortown, malster (counterpart)  6M80/E/B113b  27 Sep 1753

William Lake of Ringwood, gent (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B114  1 Nov 1775

Melanchton Townsend of Ringwood, coal merchant  6M80/E/B115  4 Jun 1804

Lease 8: Cottage at Poulner Ringwood, with ½a close called Hillcroft 2a and 1a in the Common called Linford  6M80/E/B116-117  [n.d.]

Thomas Perrey of Poulner, yeoman  6M80/E/B116  3 Jul 1770

Richard Fezard Mansfield, of Ringwood, gent. (after determination of in E/B116)  6M80/E/B117  30 Jan 1787

Part of long lease 8: 2 tenements, with garden, in Verry Furlong, Ringwood  6M80/E/B118  2 Nov 1807

Contents:
Stephen Martin of Ringwood, esq. (counterpart)

Part of long lease 8: Cottage and close, in the west part of Verry Furlong, containing 27½ lugs  6M80/E/B119-120  [n.d.]

Richard Lyne of Ringwood, clothier (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B119/1-2  18 Sep 1753

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B120  25 Nov 1772

Part of long lease 10: 8 lugs of land at Home Close, near Up Street, Ringwood, used as a Quaker burying ground  6M80/E/B121-124  [n.d.]

James Mansfield of The Temple, London, esq  6M80/E/B121  25 Mar 1759

James Mansfield (as in E/B121) (counterpart)  6M80/E/B122  1 May 1769

Joseph Merryweather of Ringwood, brewer (counterpart)  6M80/E/B123  30 Jan 1770

Francis Bull of Ringwood, carpenter, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B124  16 Mar 1778

Part of long lease 11: Cottage and parcel of land in Ringwood, known by the name of The Sign of the Dog  6M80/E/B125  21 Jun 1768

Contents:
John Lyne, of Moortown, Ringwood, maltster

Part of long lease 12: 2 tenements and a cottage in Ringwood, part of a tenement called The Lamb  6M80/E/B126-128  [n.d.]

William Street of Ringwood, carpenter and Thomas Berry of Ringwood, carpenter, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B126-127  27 Sep 1754

William Street and Thomas Berry (as in E/B126-127)  6M80/E/B128  18 May 1763

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B129-130  1 Apr 1760

Contents:
Messuage with shop, turfhouse and garden, containing 3 lugs of land, with 8 other messuages all lying between a place called Coxstone and the Blindhouse, part of a tenement called the Old Lamb
John Ayles of Poulner, timber merchant, (lease and counterpart)

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B131-132  1 Apr 1760

Contents:
Tenement and garden, and the use of a footway, from the tenement into Bickerley Common, and liberty for a cart to bring fuel to the tenement, between Coxstone and the Blindhouse, formerly part of the Old Lamb
Thomas King of Ibbesley, tailor (lease and counterpart)

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B133  1 Apr 1760

Contents:
Tenement and garden containing 2 lugs of land in Ringwood, lying between a place called Coxstone, and the Blindhouse, part of the manor of Ringwood, called the Old Lamb
James Browne of Ringwood, peruke maker, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 12: Tenement and garden containing quarter of an acre of land, situated near a lane, leading from a place called Coxstone to Bickerley Common, in Ringwood  6M80/E/B134-138  [n.d.]

Robert Burgis of Ringwood, cordwainer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B134  20 Jun 1760

John Ayles of Poulner, timber merchant, (lease and counterpart, renewal of lease E/B134)  6M80/E/B135-136  30 Nov 1762

John Ayles (as in E/B135-136) (counterpart)  6M80/E/B137  10 Oct 1765

John Ayles (as in E/B135-136) renewal of previous lease (counterpart)  6M80/E/B138  1 May 1769

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B139  30 Nov 1762

Contents:
2 Tenements and gardens, containing 8 lugs of land, situated between Coxstone and the Blindhouse part of the Old Lamb
Nathaniel Littlejohn of Ringwood, weaver, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B140  10 Mar 1763

Contents:
Cottage and garden, containing 6 lugs of land, situate in Bickerley Lane, formerley part of a tenement called the Old Lamb
John Easton of Ringwood, seafaring man, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 12  6M80/E/B141-142  10 Mar 1763

Contents:
Cottage and garden containing 3 lugs of land in Bickerley Lane, formerly part of a tenement called the Old Lamb
William Saunders of Ringwood, thatcher, (lease and counterpart)

Part long lease 12  6M80/E/B143  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
Cottage, opposite The Lamb, Ringwood
Jonas Riggs of Moortown, Ringwood, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 13: Cottage and orchard, with 1a of land, lately enclosed from the waste of Ringwood manor, on Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B144-145  [n.d.]

Christopher Harris of Crow, Ringwood, labourer  6M80/E/B144  1 Sep 1762

James Ayles of Hightown, yeoman  6M80/E/B145  24 Jul 1801

Lease 14: Messuage with 12a of land at Moortown  6M80/E/B146-147  [n.d.]

Stephen Ayles of Ringwood  6M80/E/B146  25 Mar 1748

Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent. (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B/147/1-2  12 Jun 1780

Lease 15: Cottage and garden plot at Battlecroft near Longmoor, Ringwood  6M80/E/B148-149  [n.d.]

Timothy Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B148  25 Mar 1762

John Lyne of Ringwood (counterpart)  6M80/E/B149  2 Apr 1764

Long lease 16: 2a of arable land in Ringwood, (bounds given)  6M80/E/B150-151  [n.d.]

James Warne, the younger of Ringwood, butcher (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B/150/1-2  26 Mar 1746

James Warne (as in E/B150) (counterpart)  6M80/E/B151  1 Jul 1767

Lease 16: Tenement with 12a of arable land in Poulner  6M80/E/B152-159  [n.d.]

Nicholas Street of Crow, Ringwood, yeoman (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B152-153  25 Mar 1746

Nicholas Street of Poulner, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B154-155  2 Dec 1761

Nicholas Street (as in E/B154-155) (counterpart)  6M80/E/B156  1 Aug 1768

Extract  6M80/E/B157  c1760s

Contents:
Signed by the New Forest manor under steward, where Nicholas Street claims common turbary, turf and heath on the above messuage
Previously enclosed in E/B154

Licence  6M80/E/B158  15 Jan 1754

Contents:
To Nicholas Street to pull down a derelict barn, and build a new barn the next year, at his own expense
Previously enclosed in E/B154

Deed of exchange  6M80/E/B159  21 Nov 1781

Contents:
Between Nicholas Street and Richard Fezard Mansfield, of a close called Blismoor at Goslings Heath, messuage and lands called Kippings at Poulner, close of ground called Smithies, at Poulner, and half an acre of ground in a Furlong called Hanger Furlong, in Northfield, and the west end of a close called Days, at N. Poulner
Previously enclosed in E/B154

Lease 16: Crown Inn in Ringwood John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B160  1 Dec 1758

Part long lease 17: 1 ham of meadow (2a) near Westmoor (bounds given)  6M80/E/B161-162  [n.d.]

Nicholas Street, of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B161  1 Apr 1760

John Willis of Ringwood, gent (counterpart)  6M80/E/B162  21 Feb 1774

Part long lease 17: 1a of arable land, called Foxbury Furlong, between Hurst corner and Old House Gate, in Northfield, Ringwood  6M80/E/B163  12 May 1774

Contents:
James Brown of Poulner, yeoman (counterpart)

Part long lease 17: 5a of land in Northfield, Ringwood (bounds given), and half an acre of meadow in Middle Marsh, Ringwood  6M80/E/B164  21 Feb 1774

Contents:
Samuel Miller of Ringwood, mercer (counterpart)

Part long lease 17: 6a of land in the common field called Northfield, Ringwood, (bounds given)  6M80/E/B165  21 Feb 1774

Contents:
Stephen Ayles jun. of Hightown, yeoman (counterpart)

Part long lease 17: Messuage and barn, with orchard, garden and 2a adjoining in North Poulner  6M80/E/B166  2 Aug 1774

Contents:
William Veal of Ringwood, shopkeeper (counterpart)

Part of long lease 17: 2 closes of arable land containing 4a at Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B167  21 Feb 1774

Contents:
Thomas Chamberlain of Ringwood, tallow chandler

Lease 18: Cottage and garden and 2 lugs of land in Poulner Lane, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B168-168a  [n.d.]

Richard Chater of Ringwood, clothier, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B168  29 Aug 1723

Nicholas Street of Poulner, yeoman  6M80/E/B168a  1 Aug 1768

Lease 18  6M80/E/B169-170  [n.d.]

Contents:
18a Of meadow at Ringwood, includes one parcel of ground in Up Street (½a), 1 close in Up Street (1½a), 3a of arable land in Tuckerscoat near Poulner Lane, ½ an acre in Spittlefield at a place called Quemps, 1a in the same field, in Green Lanchett, 3a in Highlands in Northfield, 1a near Broadshard in the same field, 2a near Biddlecombe Close in Northfield

John Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B169  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion after determination of above lease) in E/B169)  6M80/E/B170  5 Feb 1780

Lease 19: Messuage and 12a in Poulner  6M80/E/B171-172  [n.d.]

Richard Etheridge of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B171  29 Sep 1743

Francis Bull of Ringwood, carpenter, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B172  1 Jul 1767

Part of long lease 20: Tenement with 5a of land in Four Closes, Poulner  6M80/E/B173-177d  [n.d.]

Aishely Baker of Poulner, Newfoundland, fisherman, and Martha his wife, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B173/1-2  1 Mar 1755

John Etheridge of Home Street, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B174  30 Jan 1787

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B175/1  6 May 1767

Contents:
Lands (as in E/B173-174)
(i) Aishley Baker (as in E/B173)
(ii) John Etheridge (as in E/B174)
Previously enclosed in E/B174

Bond in £120  6M80/E/B175/2  6 May 1767

Contents:
To secure £60 with interest
(i) Aishley Baker (as in E/B173)
(ii) John Etheridge (as in E/B174)
Previously enclosed in E/B174

Part of long lease 20  6M80/E/B176  1 Mar 1755

Contents:
2a Of arable land in Spittlefield, near Hightown, 7 parcels of land in North Field, 2½a of meadow in Upmead
Josiah Neave the younger, of Fordingbridge wool stapler

Part of long lease 20: Mansion House, garden and backside, and 3 closes of land (8a), in Poulner  6M80/E/B177  6 Aug 1767

Contents:
Thomas Chamberlain the younger, of Ringwood, tallow chandler (counterpart)

Part of long lease 20: Copyhold messuages and lands in Ringwood  6M80/E/B177a  13 Jun 1614

Contents:
Richard Creede of Ringwood, yeoman
Previously enclosed in E/B177d

Mortgage to secure £30 plus interest  6M80/E/B177b  9 Sep 1712

Contents:
(i) Martheu Aldridge of Ringwood, widow
(ii) Richard Lyne of Hightown, yeoman
Previously enclosed in E/B177d

Assignment of long lease 20  6M80/E/B177c  8 May 1719

Contents:
Aldridge's child share of his right to messuages and lands in Poulner by virtue of the will of John Aldridge
(i) Richard Aldridge of Ringwood, yeoman
(ii) Richard Lyne of Hightown, yeoman
Previously enclosed in E/B177d

Assignment of long lease 20  6M80/E/B177d  26 Nov 1719

Contents:
2a In Ringwood Southfield (bounds given), 2a at Foxbury, Ringwood, 1a called Hurst and a ½a called Malmpitt in Upmead
(i) Richard Lyne of Hightown, yeoman
(ii) Martin Bence of Ringwood, hosier

Part of long lease 21: Messuage and 24a of land in Poulner  6M80/E/B178  20 Nov 1765

Contents:
Joseph Marten of Ringwood, esq. (counterpart)

Lease 22: Cottage with 1 rod of land at Longmoore  6M80/E/B179-181  [n.d.]

William Bessant of Ringwood, glover (lease and counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B179-180  29 Jun 1744

John Newman of Ringwood, brewer (counterpart)  6M80/E/B181  15 Aug 1766

Part of long lease 23: Cottage and land in Nether Kingston, containing one rod of land called Syblyes  6M80/E/B182-185  [n.d.]

William Brown of Lower Kingston, yeoman (counterpart)  6M80/E/B182  12 Jul 1733

John Tilley of Ringwood, thatcher (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B183-184  18 Feb 1777

John Youngs of Kingston, labourer  6M80/E/B185  29 Sep 1809

Part of long lease 23  6M80/E/B186/1-2  12 May 1774

Contents:
Cottage at Hightown, with 12a of land, includes one plot of arable ground, ½a, 4½a in Spittlefield, 2a in Broad Shord Furlong in Spittlefield, 2a in Stroudfield, 1½a in Home Field and 1½a in Common Mead called Southmead
John Kittier of Ringwood, yeoman (lease and counterpart)

Part of long lease 23  6M80/E/B187  9 Sep 1724

Contents:
Tenement and garden with ½a in Spittlefield, 3½a in Northfield, 1 butt of meadow in Southmeade, 1 ham of meadow ground called Bridge Ham
William Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 23: Tenement and 12a of land at Hightown  6M80/E/B188  10 Mar 1781

Contents:
John Kittier of Ringwood, yeoman (counterpart)

Part of long lease 24: 6 fields of arable land at Breach in Hightown, 23a, a land called Breach Lane and 3a of meadow at Upmead  6M80/E/B189-195  [n.d.]

William Kittier of Ringwood, butcher (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B189-190  23 Mar 1747

John Kittier of Ringwood, miller (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B191-192  25 Jan 1749

John Kittier (as in E/B191-192) (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B193-194  16 Jun 1771

John Kittier of Ringwood, gent (counterpart)  6M80/E/B195  10 Mar 1781

Part of long lease 24  6M80/E/B196-197  23 Mar 1747

Contents:
Tenement and small plot of pasture ground at Hightown, Ringwood, one yard of arable land in Spittlefield, and another 3a of land in Spittlefield William Kittier of Ringwood, mercer (lease and counterpart)

Part of long lease 25: Tenement in Poulner, with 33a of land  6M80/E/B198-199  [n.d.]

Thomas Perry of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B198  21 Dec 1771

Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B199  21 Apr 1787

Part of long lease 25: Messuage with 16a of land at Hightown, with 1a of meadow at Upmead  6M80/E/B200-202a  [n.d.]

Harry Hackman of Lymington, surgeon, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B200  5 Mar 1746

Francis Hackman of Lymington, chirurgeon, (counter, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B201  1 Jun 1757

Samuel Cleveland of Vicars hill, Boldre, esq., (1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B202  2 Sep 1782

Assignment of lease 25  6M80/E/B202a  31 Oct 1786

Contents:
Lands as in E/B202
(i) Samuel Cleveland of Vicars Hill, Boldre
(ii) Stephen Ayles Hightown, yeoman

Lease 26: Messuage called 12 Acre Bargain, in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B203  29 Sep 1747

Contents:
Stephen Ayles of Hightown, yeoman, and Richard White of Poulner, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 28  6M80/E/B204-205  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement with 12a of land in Hightown (by 1777, with a ½a adjoining a piece of ground called Three Halves, on Hightown Hill

Stephen Ayles of Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B204  10 Jan 1743

Stephen Ayles (as above), (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B205  24 May 1777

Lease 29  6M80/E/B206-208  [n.d.]

Contents:
7a of land in Northfield, with a half acre of meadow in Up Mead part of Millers Tenement, Ringwood (as in 1756 with a plot of ground where a cottage called Stallards formerly stood)

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B206  15 Jul 1756

John Wills, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B207  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B208  5 Feb 1780

Long lease 29 and 55  6M80/E/B209-212  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement with 4a of land at Moortown, 12a of land in Spittlefield, 2½a of land, and a butt of meadow in South Mead, 11 lugs of waste ground (bounds given) and a piece of waste 6 lugs long and 9 lugs wide, (bounds given) at Moortown

Thomas Brown of Ringwood, baker, (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B209/1-2  6 Feb 1777

John Lyne of Ringwood, gent., (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B210/1-2  4 Nov 1777

John Lyne (as in E/B210), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B211  12 Jul 1782

Release of title to lands  6M80/E/B212  4 Nov 1777

Contents:
(i) John Lyne and Elizabeth his wife
(ii) Lord Arundell
Previously enclosed in E/B210

Part of long lease 30  6M80/E/B213  1 Feb 1779

Contents:
Several parcels of land (1a. 1r.12p), at Over Kingston, includes one parcel called Lydfords, (1a, 20p), one parcel in Lydfords (¼a, 32p) and one yard of pasture under the hedge in Lydfords (¼a)
Arthur Newman of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Part of long lease 30: Several parcels of land (3a, 1r, 31p) in a common field called Kingston Field, boundaries given  6M80/E/B214  28 Apr 1779

Contents:
John Dowding of Ringwood, yeoman (counterpart)

Part of long lease 30: 7a of land at Over Kingston  6M80/E/B215/1-2  28 Apr 1779

Contents:
John Keeping of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)

Part of long lease 30  6M80/E/B216-217  [n.d.]

Contents:
Several parcels of land (4a 1r 12p at Kingston, including one parcel (2r 20p) in Churlemead, Ashford Furlong, one parcel called Ashford Moor (2a) (boundaries given) and one moor (1a)

Christopher Cobb, of Ringwood, merchant, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B216  26 Apr 1779

Christopher Cobb (as in E/B216), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B217  25 Feb 1786

Part of long lease 31: Parcel of meadow in Middle Marsh, Ringwood, and 1 piece of meadow in Southmead  6M80/E/B218  5 Mar 1755

Contents:
George Bright of Ringwood, apothecary, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 31: 7a of arable land and another 8a called the Rose and Crown Inn  6M80/E/B219-222  [n.d.]

Benjamin Bound of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B219  6 Mar 1755

John Newman of Ringwood, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B220-221  5 Mar 1757

James Green of Poole, merchant, John Tate of London, merchant, and Joseph Bedder of London, bricklayer, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B222  1 Nov 1799

Part long lease 31: Messuage and garden in Ringwood, containing 40 lugs  6M80/E/B223-225  [n.d.]

John Cleese of Ringwood, gent., (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B223-224  14 Jul 1756

John Cleese (as in E/B223-224), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B225  1 Jun 1768

Lease 32: Cottage in Moortown, formerly part of a tenement called Tapps and a parcel of waste ground opposite  6M80/E/B226  26 Jul 1783

Contents:
Henry Quinton of Moortown, hoiser (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)

Lease 33: 5a of arable land in a common field called Spittlefield, 2 half acres of meadow in Upmead, 3a of coppice in Kingston, in a close called Heathy Close  6M80/E/B227-229  [n.d.]

William Ayles of Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B227  14 Jun 1763

William Ayles (as in E/B227), (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B228  10 Mar 1781

John Russell jun. of Ringwood, wheelwright, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B229  19 Mar 1785

Lease 34: 7a of land in Ringwood Northfield 1a of meadow called Running Land in Upmead and Southmead, and one parrock of land called a Stich, adjoining a field called Berry Furlong  6M80/E/B230-231  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B230  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B231  5 Feb 1780

Lease 34  6M80/E/B232  15 Oct 1778

Contents:
Messuage at Garland Gate, Hampreston, and one close of pasture, containing 4a, one close adjoining the tenement (6a), one and half acres in Hampreston field, and 2a of meadow in More Mead
Robert Toms of Little Canford, Hampreston, yeoman (1 life in reversion)

Lease 35: Messuage in Poulner with 12a of land, 5a of land called Lightfoots and a cottage known as Kitt Cobbs, Poulner  6M80/E/B233-235  [n.d.]

Richard White  6M80/E/B233  2 Jan 1764

Richard Fezard Mansfield, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B234-235  25 Mar 1781

Lease 36: Messuage with 32a of land in Poulner, called Knowle  6M80/E/B236-238  [n.d.]

Richard White of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B236  20 Jul 1754

Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B237  15 Dec 1783

Richard Fezard Mansfield, (counterpart 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B238  30 Jan 1787

Lease 37  6M80/E/B239-241  [n.d.]

Contents:
1½a Of meadow in Longmoor, and a parcel of ground containing 2 lugs on which a summer or pleasure house with a bathing room under it is built, at the botton of John Newmans freehold garden, with a parcel of waste ground, covered with water in Longmoor

John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, 15 Aug 1766 (counterpart)  6M80/E/B239-240  1766, 1742

Contents:
Also previously enclosed copy court roll, Ringwood manor, admittance of John Newman to 1½a of land in Longmoor, 12 Oct 1742

John Green of Poole, merchant, John Tate of London, merchant, Joseph Bedder of London, bricklayer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B241  1 Nov 1779

Lease 38: Garden near Northfield, Ringwood  6M80/E/B242  12 Jul 1782

Contents:
Sarah Merryweather, widow (reversion)

Lease 38: Messuage, converted into 2 tenements called Slans Garden, in Ringwood  6M80/E/B243  24 Jul 1804

Contents:
John Merryweather of Ringwood, grocer (counterpart)

Lease 39: 6a of land in Northfield, Ringwood  6M80/E/B244  1 Nov 1779

Contents:
John Etheridge of Home Street, Ringwood, (counterpart)

Part of long lease 39  6M80/E/B245  1 Nov 1779

Contents:
Parcel of arable land called Two Acres, near Broomy Corner, Northfield (1a, 2r, 12p), parcel of arable land called Two Acres at Woolmoor in Northfield (1a, 1r, 26p), piece of arable land called One Acre in Spittlefield adjoining a close of land called Hanover Square (2r 35p), piece of arable land called One Acre in Spittlefield, bounds given (2r 37p), one piece of meadow land in Upmead called One Acre, (3r 25p), piece of meadow land called A Half in Middlemersh (1r 38p), piece of meadow in Southmead called A Half (1r 12p) in Ringwood (6a 25p)
Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood gent. (counterpart)

Part of lease 39: Parcel of land in Berry Furlong, Ringwood, containing 17½ lugs of land  6M80/E/B246  1 May 1769

Contents:
John Willis of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Part long lease 39 and 58  6M80/E/B247-249  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement near the Street in Ringwood, with 4½a called Elderbush in Spittlefield, with other lands together known as Keepings

John Kittier of Ringwood, gent., (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B247-248  6 Aug 1760

John Kittier (as in E/B247-248)  6M80/E/B249  6 Jul 1782

Lease 42: Parcel of land with a garden near a place called Coxstone, where a cottage formerly stood  6M80/E/B250-252  [n.d.]

James Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B250-251  5 Mar 1746

Lydia Benson of Ringwood, spinster, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B252  24 Jul 1801

Lease 43: Cottage and garden in Ringwood, near Coxstone  6M80/E/B253-256  [n.d.]

James Swetland (as in E/B250-251), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B253  16 Nov 1743

James Swetland (as in E/B250-251), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B254  5 Mar 1746

Henry Warne of Ringwood, shopkeeper, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B255  4 Jun 1774

Jane Maskell of Ringwood, widow, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B256  29 Sep 1809

Lease 43: Tenement near Fridays Cross, Ringwood  6M80/E/B257  29 Sep 1803

Contents:
Edmund Bound of Damerton, Dorset, yeoman (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 45: Cottage and garden at Battlecroft, near Longmoor  6M80/E/B258-259  [n.d.]

William Swetland, of Ringwood, bricklayer  6M80/E/B258  6 Sep 1729

Timothy Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer  6M80/E/B259  25 Mar 1762

Lease 47: 2 messuages with a garden, containing half an acre of land, at Longmoor, Ringwood  6M80/E/B260  15 Aug 1766

Contents:
John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)

Lease 50: 2 tenements on land formerly known as Woodmans, near Moortown Lane, Ringwood  6M80/E/B261-263  [n.d.]

John Horsey of Ringwood, clerk, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B261  25 Jun 1757

Joseph Merefield of Ringwood, shopkeeper, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B262  30 Jan 1787

Melanchton Townsend of Ringwood, coal merchant, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B263  4 Jun 1804

Lease 51: Cottage in Ringwood and a stitch of land in Battlecroft, Ringwood  6M80/E/B264-265  [n.d.]

Edward Ward of Moortown, tailor, and Joan his wife, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B264/1-2  21 Sep 1743

Edward Ward, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B265  1 May 1764

Lease 52: Cottage and garden at Longmoor, Ringwood  6M80/E/B266-268  [n.d.]

James Bessant of Ringwood, glover (lease with counterpart)  6M80/E/B266/1-2  9 Apr 1754

Christopher Cobb of Ringwood, merchant, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B267  25 Feb 1786

Deed authorising James Bessant to assign the property in E/B266, 6 May 1766  6M80/E/B268/1-2  1766, 1741

Contents:
And an agreement between William Bessant and Richard Cosh, where Bessant leaves to Cosh for a year, a piece of ground adjoining the dwelling house of Cosh, 24 Jun 1741
Previously enclosed in E/B264/1

Lease 53  6M80/E/B269-271  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement and garden in Ringwood, a half acre of land in Spittlefield, 3½a in Northfield, 1 butt of meadow (½a) in Southemeade, 1 ham of meadow called Bridge Ham (½a), ½a of meadow in Upmeade, and 2a in Northfield

John Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B269  5 Dec 1770

John Willis (as in E/B269) (counterpart)  6M80/E/B270  5 Apr 1771

Draft lease to Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B271  1790

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B267

Lease 54: 3a of meadow in Upmead  6M80/E/B272  25 Jun 1757

Contents:
James Mansfield of Ringwood, gent

Lease 57: Part of one close (1a), part of Millers Tenement (2 tenements under 1 roof by 1778)  6M80/E/B273-276  [n.d.]

John Battin of Ringwood, joiner, (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B273/1-2  23 Apr 1743

Mary Battin of Ringwood, widow, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B274/1-2  29 Sep 1746

John Harding of Ringwood, glazier, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B275  27 Nov 1759

William Mansfield of Ringwood, Newfoundland Planter, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B276  16 Mar 1778

Lease 59  6M80/E/B277-279  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement in Hightown, with 1 close at Knowle Hill (4a), 1 close lying above the tenement, (1a), a close lying below the tenement (3a), a piece of ground at Mucky Down (40p), 1 close called Ride (1a), 1½a of land in Spittlefield (bounds given), 2a in the furlong below Halls, ¼a at the head of the adjoining furlong, 1a in Upmead, 1½a of running land in Southmead

Henry Lyne of Hightown, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B277-278  29 Oct 1761

Henry Lyne, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B279  1 Sep 1762

Lease 61: 4a of land in Upmead, with 1 parcel of land on the north of the premises (10p), near the mill pond  6M80/E/B280-281  [n.d.]

John Scaplen jun. of Poole, joiner, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B280  10 Sep 1770

Stephen Ayles of Hightown, yeoman, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B281  8 Jul 1783

Lease 62: 2a of meadow in Upmead  6M80/E/B282  30 Sep 1771

Contents:
John Willis of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Lease 63: 2a of land in Northfield, in 2 parts called Vyrings Land  6M80/E/B283-385  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B283  15 Jul 1756

John Willis of Ringwood, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B284  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B285  5 Feb 1780

Lease 64: 2a of arable land in Northfield 1a called Broom acre, 1a called Longacre, and ½a in Upmead  6M80/E/B286  12 Jul 1782

Contents:
Sarah Merryweather, widow (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 65: Tenement with 12a of land in Hightown  6M80/E/B287-288  [n.d.]

John Scaplen jun. of Poole, joiner, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B287  10 Sep 1770

Stephen Ayles of Hightown, yeoman, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B288  8 Jul 1785

Lease 66: Cottage and garden in Ringwood, part of Millers Tenement  6M80/E/B289/1-2  20 Feb 1765

Contents:
William Battin of Ringwood, joiner and Mary his wife (lease and counterpart)

Assignment of lease in E/B289  6M80/E/B290  7 Nov 1765

Contents:
In the form of a mortgage to secure £30 with interest
(i) William Battin (as in E/B289)
(ii) Henry Corbin of Ringwood

Mortgage  6M80/E/B291  6 Apr 1778

Contents:
To secure £50 with interest
Cottage, part of Millers Tenement (as in E/B289)
(i) William Battin of Ringwood, joiner
(ii) Thomas Clark of Ringwood, gent

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B292  28 May 1783

Contents:
Cottage (as in E/B289)
(i) Thomas Clark (as in E/B292)
(ii) John Smart of Ringwood, excise officer

Lease 67: 5a of meadow at Moortown  6M80/E/B293-295  [n.d.]

James Bessant of Ringwood, glover, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B293/1-2  9 Apr 1754

James Bessant (as in E/B293) (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B294/1-2  6 May 1766

Christopher Cobb of Ringwood, hosier  6M80/E/B295  17 Jan 1777

Lease 68: Tenement in North Poulner, with 8a of land called Lynbrooke  6M80/E/B296-298  [n.d.]

Stephen Ayles of Hightown, hosier, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B296  14 Jun 1763

Stephen Ayles, jun. of Hightown, yeoman  6M80/E/B297  21 Apr 1784

Assignment of lease, between Stephen Ayles, sen., and Stephen Ayles, jun  6M80/E/B298  1 Apr 1784

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B297

Lease 69: Tenement and 12a of land in North Poulner, called Meame Hays  6M80/E/B299-300  [n.d.]

Stephen Ayles, jun. of Hightown, yeoman, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B299  1 Jun 1768

John Goodbody, of Ibbesley, farmer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B300  10 Feb 1769

Lease 70: Cottage with ten lugs of land in Ringwood  6M80/E/B301-303  [n.d.]

Martin Gye of Ringwood, hosier, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B301-302  26 Mar 1744

Moses Neave of Fordingbridge, stocking maker, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B303  1 Nov 1753

Lease 71  6M80/E/B304  10 Nov 1774

Contents:
Small plot of ground, whereon a cottage formerly stood, with garden plot and one close of moor ground, containing half an acre, at Hightown Hill
William Elcock of Hightown, labourer (counterpart)

Lease 72: Cottage and garden and tan yard, in Bickerley  6M80/E/B305  30 Jan 1787

Contents:
Alexander Carter jun. of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Lease 74  6M80/E/B306-308  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement with a stable and building called a room, in the east of a barn of the tenement (bounds given), and the east part of a garden, adjoining, at Bickerley, 2a of land in Spittlefield, one half acre of meadow in Upmead, and the use of a court yard and way leading to Bickerley

Christopher Cobb of Ringwood, hosier, (lease and counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B306-307  1 Jul 1767

Christopher Cobb  6M80/E/B308  13 Jan 1777

Lease 75  6M80/E/B/309-312  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement called Great House and two rooms, lying on the west part of a barn belonging to the tenement, the west part of an adjoining orchard, 1a in Spittlefield, one little house called Skilling (bounds given)

John Kittier of Ringwood, miller, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B309/1-2  15 Mar 1750

John Kittier (as in E/B309), (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B310/1-2  16 Jul 1771

Copy Court Roll Manor of Ringwood, licence to let to James Kittier, lands (as in E/B309)  6M80/E/B311  23 Mar 1747

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B309

Copy Court Roll, Manor of Ringwood; Admission of John Kittier, to lands (as in E/B309)  6M80/E/B312  25 Oct 1749

Lease 76: Cottage and garden at Ringwood, with the use of the way to Bickerley  6M80/E/B313-317  [n.d.]

John Kittier of Ringwood, miller, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B313-314  20 Feb 1749

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B315  25 Jun 1757

John Willis, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B316  5 Apr 1771

John Compton, of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B317  5 Feb 1780

Lease 78: Cottage and garden at Poulner, called Carters  6M80/E/B318  7 May 1766

Contents:
John Lyne, of Moortown, maltster (counterpart)

Lease 79: Tenement in Over Kingston, Ringwood at a place called Woodcocks, a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B319-321  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B319  15 Jul 1756

John Willis, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B320  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B321  5 Feb 1780

Lease 80: Tenement with 17a of land in Kingston called Brayes, a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B322  22 Jan 1733

Contents:
William Brixey of Kingston, yeoman

Lease 81: Parcel of land enclosed out of the waster of Ringwood manor, containing 20 lugs of land  6M80/E/B323  3 May 1746

Contents:
John Ellis of Kingston, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 81: Tenement called a 16 Acre Bargain in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B324  14 Feb 1753

Contents:
William Freake of London, ironmonger, (counterpart)

Lease 82: Tenement and 16a of land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B325  15 May 1766

Contents:
Joseph Warne of Over Kingston, yeoman (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)

Lease 83: Tenement with 16a of land at Upper Kingston  6M80/E/B326  6 Jul 1759

Contents:
John Brixey jun., of Ringwood (counterpart)

Lease 84: Tenement called a Sixteen Acre Bargain in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B327  31 Jul 1771

Contents:
William Lake of Ringwood, tick maker (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 85  6M80/E/B328-329  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tenement and garden in Over Kingston, 2 closes of land in Nether Kingston (2a), 8a of land in Crowfield, 3a of meadow in Churlemead and one coppice called Goddins (3a)

William Kittier of Ringwood, mercer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B328  7 Jul 1747

Moses Kittier, of Ringwood, mercer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B329  1 Jun 1768

Lease 86: 4 closes of arable land called Chauls, containing 7a, 2a of arable land in Crowfield, 1a of meadow ground in Upmead  6M80/E/B330-331  [n.d.]

Thomas Gould of Ringwood, mariner, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B330  15 Nov 1743

John Keeping of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B331  2 Aug 1770

Lease 87: Tenement with 16a of land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B332-333  [n.d.]

John Field of Middlesex, seedsman, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B332  9 Dec 1780

John Field, (1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B/333/1  15 Dec 1783

John Field (as in E/B332), (counterpart) 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B/333/2  16 Feb 1784

Lease 88: Tenement with 16a of arable land in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B334-335  [n.d.]

John Brixey jun. of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B334  28 Mar 1730

John Brixey, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B335  1 Jun 1768

Lease 92: 11a of land in Southfield, with 2a of meadow in South Mead, part of Millers Tenement  6M80/E/B336  28 Aug 1771

Contents:
John Kittier of Ringwood, miller (counterpart)

Lease 93  6M80/E/B337  20 Feb 1771

Contents:
1½a Of meadow in Southmead, 1 close of arable land called Burnbeat Close, at North Poulner (3a) and 2 other closes at North Poulner, one with a barn (1½a)
Harry Ayles of North Poulner, yeoman (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Part of long lease 93: 6a of arable land near North Poulner road  6M80/E/B338  16 Apr 1771

Contents:
Nicholas Street of Ringwood (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Part lease 93  6M80/E/B339-339a  [n.d.]

Contents:
3a Of arable land on the north side of the next Furlong below North Poulner. Land shared, 4a of arable land on the southside of the same Landshord

Thomas Chamberlain of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B339  1 May 1758

Richard Fezard Mansfield, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B339a  18 Jun 1772

Lease 94: Tenement with 23a of ground, in Lower Kingston, known as Bartholomew  6M80/E/B340-342  [n.d.]

Philip Chandler of Ringwood  6M80/E/B340  12 Jan 1747

Jane Marten of Romsey, widow, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B341  25 Feb 1761

Stephen Marten of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B342  18 Jun 1772

Lease 95: Tenement and 16a of land at Over Kingston, known as Casebrooke Tenement  6M80/E/B342a-345  [n.d.]

John Kittier of Ringwood, miller, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B/342a/1-2  20 Feb 1749

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B343  25 Jun 1757

John Willis, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B344  5 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B345  5 Feb 1780

Lease 96: Tenement with 12a of land in Upper Kingston, known as Pinhornes  6M80/E/B346-347  [n.d.]

John Brixey of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B346  26 Sep 1746

John Brixey,(counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B347  19 Nov 1764

Lease97: Tenement with 16a of land at Lower Kingston  6M80/E/B348-349  [n.d.]

Stephen Marten of Romsey, butcher, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B348  25 Mar 1754

Stephen Marten of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B349  18 Jun 1772

Lease 99: Barn with 16a of arable land and 2a of meadow in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B350-351  [n.d.]

John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B350  15 Aug 1766

Elizabeth Newman of Ringwood, widow, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B351  5 Jun 1779

Lease 100  6M80/E/B352  4 Oct 1739

Contents:
Tenement, garden and orchard and 1 close called Orchard Close (1½a), and a butt of meadow in a Ham near North Meade, ½a called Not Halve, 1 plot of land in Kingston Field, ½a of land in Bistern Field John Lyne of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Lease 101: Tenement in Nether Kingston, called a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B353  25 Jun 1757

Contents:
John James Mansfield of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Lease 102: Tenement in Nether Kingston called a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B354-355  [n.d.]

Stephen Marten of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B354  30 Nov 1773

Stephen Marten (as in E/B354), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B355  30 Jan 1787

Lease 103: Tenement and 16a of land at Nether Kingston, near Bisterne Oak, part of a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B356-357  [n.d.]

James Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B356  20 Sep 1743

? not used  6M80/E/B/357  [n.d.]

Lease 104  6M80/E/B358  10 Feb 1779

Contents:
Messuage called Hoskins in Nether Kingston, with 1½a of land called Compton Close, 12a of land in Kingston Field, and 4a of meadow in Northmead, and a cottage and garden adjoining the above premises
James Middleton of Ringwood, gent

Lease 105: Cottage with ½a of arable land at Lower Kingston, Ringwood  6M80/E/B359  29 Jun 1776

Contents:
Henry Cottman of Lower Kingston, yeoman

Lease 106: Tenement at Crowhill, with orchard and close (½a)  6M80/E/B360  12 Jun 1770

Contents:
Giles Gatrell of Crowhill, Ringwood, labourer, (counterpart)

Lease 107: Cottage and garden at Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B361  21 Dec 1775

Contents:
Henry Compton of Bistern, Ringwood, esq. (counterpart)

Lease 108: Cottage and garden (20p) at Cold Harbour, Kingston Common  6M80/E/B362  16 Jun 1747

Contents:
James Feltham of Bisterne, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 109: Cottage and garden (2r) near Slap Yates, Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B363-364  [n.d.]

Philip Wiseman of Hampshire Hatches, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B363  29 Sep 1809

? not used  6M80/E/B364  [n.d.]

Lease 110: 16a of land, called Aldridges or Pooles in Ringwood, a 16 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B365-367  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent  6M80/E/B365  15 Jul 1756

John Willis (as in E/B365)  6M80/E/B366  1 Jun 1765

John Compton of Ringwood, esq  6M80/E/B367  5 Feb 1780

Lease 114: Tenement and 16a of land in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B368  20 Nov 1765

Contents:
Richard Brixey of Ringwood

Lease 115: Tenement with 8a of land, called an 8 Acre Bargain  6M80/E/B369  22 Mar 1769

Contents:
Henry Ayles of North Poulner, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 117: Parcel of garden ground in Nether Kingston (bounds given)  6M80/E/B370  25 Feb 1786

Contents:
William Jennings of Ringwood, butcher (counterpart)

Lease 118: Coppice called Godden (5a) in Over Kingston  6M80/E/B371  5 Feb 1780

Contents:
John Compton of Harbridge, esq. (counterpart)

Lease 119: Tenement with 16a of land in Harbridge  6M80/E/B372-374  [n.d.]

Lydia Barfoot of Poole, widow, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B372  27 Nov 1766

John Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B373  5 Jul 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B374  5 Feb 1780

Lease 120: Tenement at Harbridge, known as Palmers  6M80/E/B375-377  [n.d.]

Cranley Thomas Kerby of London, esq. and Carew Gauntlett of Winchester, gent., (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B375/1-2  7 Jan 1767

Cranley Thomas Kerby and Carew Gauntlett, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B376  16 Dec 1778

Cranley Thomas Kerby and Carew Gauntlett, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B377  22 Jul 1781

Lease 121  6M80/E/B/378/1-2  5 Feb 1780

Contents:
Tenement and 16a of land in Harbridge, 7a of it in Harbridge Mead, 8a in Harbridge Field, and another 6a in waste called Whitefield
John Compton of Harbridge, esq. (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 122: Tenement with 12a of land at Harbridge  6M80/E/B379  5 Apr 1771

Contents:
John Willis of Ringwood, gent. (counterpart)

Lease 123: Tenement with 16a of land at Harbridge  6M80/E/B380-384  [n.d.]

Cranley Thomas Kerby esq., and Carew Gauntlett, gent., (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B380-381  7 Jan 1767

Cranley Thomas Kerby, Carew Gauntlett, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B382  16 Dec 1778

Cranley Thomas Kerby, Carew Gauntlett, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B383  22 Jul 1781

Correspondence from Rev. Kerby about adding a life to the lease  6M80/E/B384  late 18th Century

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B382

Lease 124: Tenement with 16a of land at Harbridge  6M80/E/B385  5 Nov 1766

Contents:
Stephen Ayles, sen. of Hightown, shopkeeper, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 125: Messuage with 6a of arable land and 6a of meadow ground in Harbridge  6M80/E/B386-387  [n.d.]

James Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B386  29 Sep 1753

John Compton of Harbridge, esq, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B387  5 Feb 1780

Lease 126: Dwellinghouse, garden and plot of ground adjoining, called Brick Place (2a) near Crowhill  6M80/E/B388-390  [n.d.]

William Day jun., of Ringwood, brickmaker, (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B388-389  6 Aug 1765

David Stone of Ringwood, cordwainer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B390  12 Jul 1774

Lease 129: Cottage and garden (10p) in Poulner  6M80/E/B391  6 Jul 1759

Contents:
Joseph Gatrell of Poulner, Ringwood, carpenter, (counterpart)

Lease 130: Cottage and garden plot near Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B392  28 Apr 1737

Contents:
James Rabbitts of Hightown, yeoman, (counterpart)

Lease 131: Cottage and garden (3a) part of the waste of Ringwood manor, near Wattons Ford  6M80/E/B393-394  [n.d.]

John Legg of Bisterne, husbandman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B/393/1-2  22 Aug 1751

John Legg of Wattons Ford, Ringwood, husbandman, and James and William his sons, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B394  3 Jul 1770

Lease 134: Cottage and garden (½a) at North Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B395  15 Apr 1765

Contents:
Thomas Webb of Downton, Wilts, thatcher, (counterpart)

Lease 135: Cottage and garden at Chamberlain Bridge, Ringwood  6M80/E/B396  25 Mar 1754

Contents:
Betty Bolney of Harbridge, widow

Lease 135: Two cottages with 22p of land near Stoning Bridge, Ringwood (abstract of lease) Joseph Legg  6M80/E/B397  29 Sep 1809

Lease 136: Tenement and 6 parcels of land at Bramstead near Hornes Lane, Ringwood  6M80/E/B398/1-2  12 Apr 1751

Contents:
William Bramble the younger of North Poulner, yeoman (lease and counterpart) Previously enclosed in above

Assignment of lease by William Bramble, to Uriah Windsor of Crow, Ringwood, yeoman  6M80/E/B398/3  19 Jun 1792

Lease 137: Cottage and garden at Crow, adjoining Crow Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B399-400  [n.d.]

William Peeke of Crow, tailor  6M80/E/B399  12 Feb 1712

Thomas Biddlecomb of Christchurch, yeoman  6M80/E/B400  30 Jan 1787

Lease 138: Cottage, with 1a of land at Crow Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B400a  1 Oct 1767

Contents:
Thomas Ballard of Crow, labourer

Lease 140: Cottage, garden and half an acre of land at Wisehill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B401-402  [n.d.]

William Goddard of Baguum, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B401  23 Nov 1774

Stephen Cailes of London, servingman, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B402  29 Sep 1809

Lease 141: Garden and orchard, near North Poulner Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B403  21 Apr 1784

Contents:
Joseph Gatrell of Poulner, carpenter (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)

Lease 142  6M80/E/B404-407  [n.d.]

Contents:
Parcel of land in Moortown Lane, near a place called Groves Barn, part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood, by 1801, 2 tenements

William Tilley of Ringwood, tailor, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B404-405  30 Jan 1748

William Tilley jun. of Ringwood, tailor, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B406  1 Jun 1765

Henry Quinton of Moortown, hosier, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B407  24 Jul 1801

Lease 143: Cottage, garden and 1a of land on Crowhill, Ringwood, in 1809 called Wheelers  6M80/E/B408-411  [n.d.]

William Day of Crow, bricklayer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B408  31 Jan 1763

John Wheeler of Crow, labourer, (lease and counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B409-410  21 Feb 1774

John Goffe of Crow, labourer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B411  29 Sep 1809

Lease 144: Cottage, 2 gardens and a plot of ground (½a), on Crowhill  6M80/E/B412  29 Apr 1763

Contents:
Joseph Keeping of Crow, yeoman

Lease 145: Parcel of meadow near a lane called Moortown Lane, Ringwood, called Longmoor (1a), bounds given  6M80/E/B413-414  [n.d.]

John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B413  15 Aug 1766

John Green of Poole, merchant, John Tate of London, merchant, Joseph Bedder of London, bricklayer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B414  1 Nov 1779

Lease 146: Close of arable land (40p) near North Poulner Hill, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B415  24 May 1777

Contents:
Joseph Warn of Poulner, Ringwood, labourer (counterpart)

Lease 149: Cottage, garden, orchard and little close, on Hightown Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B416  1 Mar 1779

Contents:
Stephen Ayles jun. of Hightown, yeoman (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)

Lease 150: Cottage and plot of ground at Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B417-418  [n.d.]

Christopher Harris of Hightown, yeoman (counterpart)  6M80/E/B417  29 Sep 1746

John Beach of Hanley, Dorset, and Margaret his wife, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B418  1 Jun 1763

Lease 152: Cottage and garden at Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B419-421  [n.d.]

Joseph Bower of Hightown, labourer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B419-420  30 Nov 1762

Edward Bailey of Ringwood, chimney sweep, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B421  29 Sep 1809

Lease 153: 3 closes at Park Hill, Ringwood, (4a) enclosed out of the common at Ringwood  6M80/E/B422-423  [n.d.]

James Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B422  29 Sep 1753

John Compton of Harbridge esq. (grandson of James Willis), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B423  5 Feb 1780

Lease 154: Cottage and garden plot on Crowe Hill and a garden plot under William Day's hedge (by 1802 the cottage was no longer standing, and did not include the garden plot)  6M80/E/B424-425  [n.d.]

Robert Stacey of Crow, labourer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B424  1 May 1758

Richard Lyne of Crow Hill, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B425  29 Sep 1802

Lease 156: Cottage and garden, containing 1a on North Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B426-427  25 Mar 1745

Contents:
James Brown of Ringwood, labourer (lease and counterpart)

Lease 157: Cottage and garden, containing 16 lugs of land  6M80/E/B428  1 Jun 1768

Contents:
James Brown of Poulner, brickmaker, (counterpart)

Lease 158  6M80/E/B429-431  [n.d.]

Contents:
East part of a cottage, the east part of a garden and orchard at Upper Kingston Green, containing 50 lugs called Fripps, Ringwood

Thomas Fripp of Upper Kingston, yeoman  6M80/E/B429  16 Aug 1722

Isaac Mew of Lower Kingston, yeoman (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B430  1 May 1764

Thomas Whitchers of Kingston, yeoman (counterpart)  6M80/E/B431  24 Jul 1801

Contents:
E/B430-E/B431 previously enclosed in E/B429

Lease 159: Cottage, formerly a smith's shop in Lower Kingston Lane  6M80/E/B432-433  [n.d.]

James Fetcham of Bisterne, miller, and John Fetcham his son, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B432  6 Feb 1741

Thomas King of Lower Kingston, tailor (counterpart)  6M80/E/B433  20 Feb 1765

Lease 160: Cottage and garden in Poulner  6M80/E/B434-435  2 Nov 1754

Contents:
Joseph Martin of Ringwood, gent. (lease and counterpart)

Lease 161: Cottage and garden plot containing 10 lugs of land at Sandford  6M80/E/B436-437  [n.d.]

Thomas Snellgrove of Sandford, yeoman (counterpart)  6M80/E/B436  29 Sep 1722

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B437

John Wiseman of Sandford, yeoman (counterpart)  6M80/E/B437  29 May 1758

Lease 162: Cottage at Upper Kingston called The Hogg in Armour, with an adjoining plot containing 3 lugs of land  6M80/E/B438-442  [n.d.]

William Warne of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B438-439  22 Jan 1733

William Warne, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B440-441  26 Jun 1744

John Keeping of Upper Kingston, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B442  17 Jun 1760

Lease 164: Tenement called Mews, with 1a of land, 8a of arable land, 1 ham of meadow in Up Mead and 2½a of meadow in Mill Furlong  6M80/E/B443-444  [n.d.]

John Willis of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B443  3 Apr 1771

John Compton of Harbridge, esq., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B444  5 Feb 1780

Lease 165  6M80/E/B445-446  [n.d.]

Contents:
3 small cottages, under 1 roof, with a garden, containing a ½a of land, in Upstreet, Ringwood, part of a messuage called Pooles

John Holland of Romsey, plumber, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B445  16 Apr 1778

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B444

Draft lease of a reversion of the same premises as in E/B445 to Richard Fezard Mansfield  6M80/E/B446  29 Sep 1790

Lease 166: Cottage and garden containing 1 lug of land at Upper Kingston  6M80/E/B447  4 Jun 1756

Contents:
Joseph Lockyer of Upper Kingston, sawyer (counterpart)

Lease 168: Parrock of ground with access from Up Street, Ringwood  6M80/E/B448-449  [n.d.]

James Mansfield of The Temple, London, esq., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B448  12 Jul 1769

Thomas Chamberlain of Poulner, maltster, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B449  16 Mar 1778

Lease 168  6M80/E/B450  5 Nov 1766

Contents:
2 tenements, now made into four in Ringwood, 2a of land in Northfield, half an acre in Spittlefield and 2 half acres in Up Mead
Thomas Chamberlain of Poulner, maltster and Sarah, daughter of Thomas Chamberlain, the younger, (counterpart)

Lease 169  6M80/E/B451-453  [n.d.]

Contents:
Messuage at Poulner, with orchard and garden plot, 3 rods of meadow in Little Mead and Up Mead, 7a of arable land in the common field, and the furzey ground where a brick kiln stands

Peter Walter of Poulner, brickmaker, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B451-452  19 Apr 1753

Peter Walter of Poulner, brickmaker  6M80/E/B453  20 Jan 1772

Lease 170  6M80/E/B454-455  [n.d.]

Contents:
Messuage at Poulner, with 8a of arable and meadow, the fourth part of an acre of meadow, with 3 other acres called Wheelers Grove and one garden, containing half an acre

John Tuffin of Ringwood, shopkeeper, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B454  6 Jul 1759

Catherine Tuffin of Marlborough, widow, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B455  16 Aug 1770

Lease 171  6M80/E/B456-458  [n.d.]

Contents:
Messuage at Poulner, with 1a of land, 2 closes called Hill Closes, 1 close called South Croft, 4 closes called Burcum and 8a in Northfield and 3a in Upmeade

James Hide of Hightown, yeoman, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B456-457  20 Sep 1775

Melancthen Townsend, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B458  29 Sep 1809

Lease 172: Messuage with 16a of land, at Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B459-460  [n.d.]

John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B459  8 Dec 1761

Jeremiah Whitaker Newman of Beaminster, Dorset, surgeon, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B460  19 Mar 1785

Lease 174: Messuage and garden with 5a of land in Crowe Hill (in 1729, no messuage yet built)  6M80/E/B461-464  [n.d.]

Peter Warne of Crow, brickmaker, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B461  16 Dec 1729

Peter Warne, (as in E/B461)  6M80/E/B462  19 Nov 1764

Peter Warne, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B463/1-2  16 Jul 1771

Thomas Clarke of Ringwood, gent., (counterpart)  6M80/E/B464  29 Sep 1809

Lease 179: Cottage and garden at Highwood Poulner (30p)  6M80/E/B465  8 Apr 1756

Contents:
John Reeves of Poulner, horse farrier, (counterpart)

Lease 180: Cottage at Blake Hill, Harbridge  6M80/E/B466-466a  [n.d.]

Sarah Pool of Harbridge, spinster  6M80/E/B466  2 Sep 1730

Isaac Spratt of Harbridge, labourer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B466a  1 Nov 1770

Lease 183: Cottage on part of the waste land at Harbridge Green, near Sambers Pond, with a ¼a of land  6M80/E/B467-468  [n.d.]

Joseph Green of Harbridge, labourer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B467  1 Jun 1768

Elizabeth Biles, of Harbridge, widow (counterpart)  6M80/E/B468  29 Sep 1809

Lease 184: Blacksmith's shop, commonly called Spratts, shop at Lower Kingston, with ¼a of land  6M80/E/B469  16 Mar 1778

Contents:
Stephen Earley of Lower Kingston, blacksmith (counterpart)

Lease 185: Close called Sandford Close, near Leybrook, containing 1½a of land and in 1801 a tenement  6M80/E/B470-471  [n.d.]

James Barnes of Ringwood, miller, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B470  1 Jun 1768

Richard Watton of Sandford, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B471  24 Jul 1801

Lease 186: Two messuages with gardens in Bickerley Common  6M80/E/B472  5 Nov 1766

Contents:
John Newman of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)

Lease 187: 1a of land, enclosed from the waste land at Poulner Hil  6M80/E/B473  20 Nov 1765

Contents:
Joseph Marten of Ringwood, esq. (counterpart)

Lease 188: Cottage and garden containing half an acre at Lower Kingston Common  6M80/E/B474-475  [n.d.]

John Newman jun. of Hightown, labourer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B474  2 Jan 1732

William Newman of Lower Kingston, labourer  6M80/E/B475  1 Mar 1779

Lease 188: Cottage and garden at Kingston, North Common, containing 2r of land  6M80/E/B476  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
Robert Mist of Ringwood, higler (counterpart)

Lease 191  6M80/E/B477-480  [n.d.]

Contents:
Messuage with 8a of land in Poulner called Harrises and a parcel of waste containing 1 rod and a cottage on Poulner Hill

Richard White of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart and lease)  6M80/E/B477-478  23 Jul 1754

Richard White (as in E/B477-478), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B479  31 Jul 1771

Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent., (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B480  25 Mar 1781

Lease 192: 1a of ground at Lower Kingston  6M80/E/B481  21 Dec 1775

Contents:
Henry Compton of Bisterne, Ringwood, esq. (counterpart)

Lease 195  6M80/E/B482-485  [n.d.]

Contents:
Parcel of land at Sandford, part of the waste of Ringwood manor (80p), by 1783 contained a tenement called The Swan, with another tenement garden and narrow strip of ground and a triangular plot of ground, divided from the tenement by the highway, and by 1809 an additional plot of ground, opposite the tenements, containing 1a of land

Thomas Rickman of Sandford, labourer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B482-483  11 Apr 1738

Stephen Tunks of Ringwood, common brewer, and Timothy Swetland of Ringwood, common brewer, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B484  31 Mar 1783

Thomas Chissell, (counterpart, 2 lives in reversion)  6M80/E/B485  29 Sep 1809

Lease 196: Cottage and garden at Moxford  6M80/E/B486  1 Dec 1758

Contents:
Stephen Ayles and John Willis, churchwardens of Ringwood, John Marten, John Lyne and John Biddlecombe, overseers of the poor of Ringwood (counterpart)

Lease 197: Parrock of land and garden plot in Poulner by 1785 with house and malthouse  6M80/E/B487-489  [n.d.]

Thomas Chamberlain of Poulner, maltster, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B487  11 Jun 1740

Thomas Knowles of Poole, merchant, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B488  14 Oct 1785

Deed conveying land in E/B487 to Ann Holloway of Christchurch, to the use of Sarah Sevier of Ringwood  6M80/E/B489  ? late 18th century

Contents:
Attached to E/B488

Lease 198: Cottage and garden at Lower Kingston, Ringwood (80p)  6M80/E/B490  25 Feb 1787

Contents:
Thomas Morgan of Kingston, labourer, (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)

Lease 199: 1a of ground at Lower Kingston, Ringwood  6M80/E/B491-493  [n.d.]

William Guy of Lower Kingston, labourer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B491-492  10 Sep 1746

Thomas Guy of Bistern, servantman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B493  15 Dec 1783

Lease 201: Parcel of ground at Blismore (½a), part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood (with a cottage by 1767)  6M80/E/B494-496  [n.d.]

John Cockett of Ringwood, labourer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B494-495  29 Sep 1746

Thomas Chamberlain jun. tallow chandler, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B496  6 Aug 1767

Lease 203  6M80/E/B497-504  [n.d.]

Contents:
Part of a cottage at Bickerley Common, containing 16 lugs of land (by 1783 described as a malthouse) and a small parcel of land (bounds given)

John Meadows of Ringwood, clothier, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B497-498  29 Jul 1743

George Blake of Ringwood, brewer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B499-500  10 Sep 1770

Thomas Brown of Ringwood, common brewer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B501-502  6 Feb 1777

Thomas Brown (as in E/B501-502), (counterpart)  6M80/E/B503  31 Mar 1783

Absolute assignment between John Williams of Martin, gent., and Thomas Brown of above land  6M80/E/B504  10 Oct 1776

Lease 204: Parcel of waste ground at the north west side of the dwellinghouse of John Pitt at Bickerley, containing 20p  6M80/E/B505/1-2  2 Aug 1749

Contents:
John Pitt of Ringwood, tanner (lease and counterpart)

Lease 205: Cottage and plot of ground containing 40 feet of land at Bickerley (by 1809, 2 cottages)  6M80/E/B506-512  [n.d.]

Thomas Brown of Ringwood, baker, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B506  26 Mar 1750

Hannah Veale of Ringwood, widow, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B507  13 Nov 1760

Christopher Cobb of Ringwood, hosier, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B508-509  1 Jul 1767

Christopher Cobb (as in E/B508-509), (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B510-511  13 Jan 1777

William Lyne of Ringwood, blacksmith, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B512  29 Sep 1809

Lease 206: Cottage, garden and orchard, at Moxford, Ringwood  6M80/E/B513-514  9 Aug 1750

Contents:
Joseph Tilley, of Moortown, tailor, (lease and counterpart)
Previously enclosed with E/B513

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B515  5 Jan 1765

Contents:
By John Etheridge of Ringwood, clothier (administrator and creditor of Joseph Tilley), to John Ayles of Ringwood, carpenter

Lease 207: Part of a slaughterhouse on part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood, near Bickerley  6M80/E/B516  29 Sep 1750

Contents:
Stephen Martin of Ringwood, butcher,

Lease 208: Stable and 8 lugs of land at Poulner (by 1778, includes a cottage and timber yard)  6M80/E/B517  22 Aug 1751

Contents:
John Reeves of Poulner, farrier (counterpart)

Catherine Reeves of Poulner, widow (counterpart, 1 life in reversion)  6M80/E/B518  10 Feb 1778

Jane Reeves of Poulner, widow, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B519  10 Feb 1778

Lease 209: Cottage with 2a of land, at Wattons Ford  6M80/E/B520-521  [n.d.]

John Staples of Grange, Ringwood, clothworker and Catherine his wife  6M80/E/B520  3 Oct 1752

John Witt of Wattons Ford, Ringwood, labourer  6M80/E/B521  1 Jun 1768

Lease 210: Cottage with 1a of land at Lower Moore, part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood (cottage added by 1780)  6M80/E/B522-526  [n.d.]

John King of Harbridge, labourer, (lease and counterpart)  6M80/E/B522-523  26 Mar 1753

Daniel Biles of Harbridge, gamekeeper  6M80/E/B524  12 Jul 1782

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B525-526  1780

Contents:
Between John King and Thomas Shelly of Harbridge, Labourer, 11 Dec 1780, and a mortgage to secure £12 with interest, between Thomas Shelley and Daniel Biles, 12 Dec 1780
Previously enclosed in E/B522

Lease 211: Quarter of an acre of arable land, and an adjoining pond at Westover part, of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B527  1753

Contents:
Moses Warne of Ringwood, tanner

Lease 212: Cottage, with 1a of garden at Goslings Heath, Poulner, called Little Gunvill  6M80/E/B528-529  [n.d.]

Thomas Clasby of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B528  18 May 1753

Moses Sandy of Poulner and Moses Sandy his son  6M80/E/B529  8 Jun 1758

Lease 213  6M80/E/B530-531  [n.d.]

Contents:
Parcel of garden, near the dwelling house of Moses Sandy at Poulner (1a), lately enclosed from the waste of Ringwood manor

Moses Sandy of Poulner, tailor, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B530  18 May 1753

Moses Sandy of Poulner, tailor, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B531  8 Jul 1785

Lease 214: Half an acre of land, under North Poulner Hill, near the gravel pit  6M80/E/B532  18 May 1753

Contents:
Thomas Chamberlain, jun., of North Poulner, merchant (counterpart)

Lease 215: Turf house and garden containing, 40p of land, at North Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B533  18 May 1738

Contents:
Thomas Dowding of North Poulner, labourer (counterpart)

Lease 216: Blacksmith's shop at Lower Kingston  6M80/E/B534  26 Oct 1754

Contents:
Joseph Earley of Lower Kingston, blacksmith, (counterpart)

Lease 218: Cottage and garden containing 16 lugs of land near North Poulner Hill and 1a of furze land adjoining  6M80/E/B535-536  29 Mar 1755

Contents:
James Brown of North Poulner, brickmaker, (lease and counterpart)

Lease 218: Forty lugs of land at Kingston Lane, Ringwood  6M80/E/B537/1-2  [n.d.]

John Northeast of Saint Andrews, Hurne, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B537/1  29 Sep 1769

William Biles of Ringwood, victualler  6M80/E/B537/2  10 Nov 1774

Lease 219: Cottage with 6a of land at Burcum, known as Lanes Burcum, Ringwood  6M80/E/B538  3 May 1758

Contents:
John Cuttler, jun., of Poulner, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 221: Garden containing 30 lugs of land adjoining a cherry garden and a carthouse in Poulner near the Kings Highway  6M80/E/B539  29 Jun 1759

Contents:
Robert Shering of Poulner, gardener, (counterpart)

Lease 222: Parcel of land lately enclosed from a common called Bickerley, near Ringwood  6M80/E/B540  10 Aug 1759

Contents:
John Theddam of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)

Lease 223  6M80/E/B541  12 May 1773

Contents:
24 Lugs of land at the upper end of Bickerley Common, the larger part of the land now covered with water and called the Upper Pond (bounds given)
Alexander Gosse of Ringwood, clothier, (counterpart)

Lease 224: 1a of land at Hightown Hill, Ringwood, (bounds given)  6M80/E/B542  17 Sep 1784

Contents:
Joseph Fryer of Ringwood, brewer

Lease 224: Quarter of an acre of land, part of the waste of the manor of Harbridge, now converted into a fishpond (bounds given)  6M80/E/B543  5 Feb 1780

Contents:
John Compton of Harbridge, esq

Lease 225: Cottage with 2 lugs of land at Sandford  6M80/E/B544  10 Oct 1773

Contents:
Isaac Barnes, once of Sandford, now of Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight (counterpart)

Lease 226  6M80/E/B545/1-2  [n.d.]

Contents:
14 Lugs of land, lately enclosed from Bickerley Common, with an adjoining half lug of land and a brewhouse (bounds given)

John Corbin of Ringwood, brewer, (counterpart)  6M80/E/B545/1  14 Feb 1776

Small plan of the premises  6M80/E/B545/2  ?18th century

Contents:
Previously enclosed in E/B545

Lease 230: Parcel of waste ground near Shobley Bottom, Ringwood, containing 12a (bounds given)  6M80/E/B546  15 Mar 1777

Contents:
Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent.(counterpart)

Lease 230  6M80/E/B547  12 Jul 1782

Contents:
Parcel of waste ground (10a), at Goslings Heath, Ringwood, lately enclosed by Richard Mansfield (bounds given) and a parcel of waste ground (3a) at Poulner Head, near Goslings Heath, (bounds given)
Richard Fezard Mansfield (counterpart)

Lease 232  6M80/E/B548  25 Feb 1761

Contents:
Quarter of an acre of waste ground near an estate at Wattons Ford, Ringwood, called Hooks and half an acre adjoining the river at Wattons Ford
Henry Compton of Bisterne, Ringwood esq. (counterpart)

Lease 233: Cottage and garden, containing 30 lugs of land at Hightown Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B549  21 May 1777

Contents:
Stephen Ayles of Hightown, yeoman (counterpart)

Lease 235  6M80/E/B/550/1-2  17 Aug 1744

Contents:
Parcel of land part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood, at Barge Cutt, near Berry, to build a leather mill on, with the free use of water, from Joseph Warnes ham, to the navigation bridge, and a plot of ground on the north of the old river, in a corner against North Aishly Farm, containing 2a
William Bessant, the younger, of Ringwood, glover (lease and counterpart)

Lease 236  6M80/E/B551  19 Sep 1761

Contents:
Parcel of land with a weighbridge on the in the market place, Ringwood Richard Grove of Ringwood, innholder, Henry Emberly of Ringwood, joiner and James Veal of Ringwood, blacksmith (counterpart)

Lease 237: Workshop, with a parcel of ground, near Bickerley Common (bounds given)  6M80/E/B552-553  23 May 1766

Contents:
Samuel Miller of Ringwood, clothier, (lease and counterpart)

Lease 238: Cottage and garden, with an adjoining half acre of land at Sandford  6M80/E/B554  1 Nov 1779

Contents:
Richard Ballard of Sandford labourer (counterpart)

Lease 239: 1a of waste ground of the manor of Ringwood, at Crow Hill (bounds given)  6M80/E/B555-556  18 Feb 1782

Contents:
Thomas Clerk of Ringwood, gent. (lease and counterpart)

Lease 240: ¾ of an acre of land at Hightown Hill (bounds given) and 10 lugs of waste ground at Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B557  31 May 1783

Contents:
John Compton of Hightown, labourer

Lease 241: Parcel of ground at the south end of Bickerley Common (bounds given)  6M80/E/B558  15 Dec 1783

Contents:
Francis and William Bright of Ringwood, gents. (counterpart)

Lease 245: Parcel of waste land about to be enclosed (3a) at Hightown Hill (bounds given)  6M80/E/B559  19 Mar 1785

Contents:
William Ayles of Hightown, carpenter

Lease 246: Felt yard, drying shed and pithouse, with a dyehouse in Bickerley Common, near the Fulling Mill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B560  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
William Cave of Ringwood, glover,(counterpart)

Parcel of land, part of the waste of Ringwood manor, containing 6p (bounds given)  6M80/E/B561  6 May 1747

Contents:
John Kittier of Ringwood

Part of lease numbers 39, 35, 191, 230, 212, 20, 201, 17, 151, tenements and lands in Ringwood (with field names and acreages)  6M80/E/B562  ?18th century

Contents:
Richard Fezard Mansfield of Ringwood, gent

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B563  29 Sep 1658

Contents:
1 messuage called Towans, and a tenement with 8a in Poulner
(i) William Coles of Downton, Wilts, Francis Poles of London, gent., Anne Poole of Rockeborne, widow and her children
(ii) John Goodbodie of Ibbesley, bricklayer

Original bundles of leases  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Items E/B564-E/B607 deeds in original bundles without lease numbers, but listed in abstract E/B564

Abstract of dates, names and lives, in leases granted by Lord Arundell  6M80/E/B564  [c1750s]

Cottage, garden and ½a of garden on Wisehill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B565  4 Nov 1717

Contents:
Stephen Ayles of Wisehill, yeoman

Cottage and garden, near Slap Yates in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B566  1 May 1717

Contents:
Isaac Knight of Ringwood, carpenter, (counterpart)

Cottage, garden and orchard near Poulner Hill, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B567  5 Nov 1717

Contents:
James Gatrill of Poulner, (counterpart)

Piece of meadow lying near a lane called Moortown Lane, Ringwood, containing 1a of land  6M80/E/B568  1 Oct 1718

Contents:
Joseph Gatrill of Poulner, mercer, (counterpart)

Cottage, 2 gardens and 1 plot of ground (½a) on Crow Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B569  1718

Contents:
Joseph Keeping of Crow, Ringwood, (counterpart)

Close of arable ground, containing 40p, near North Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B570  24 Jun 1719

Contents:
Thomas Warne of Poulner, blacksmith, (counterpart)

6 lugs of land in Poulner Lane  6M80/E/B571  25 Jun 1719

Contents:
William Soffe

Parcel of ground on Crow Hill, adjoining a brick kiln (1a)  6M80/E/B572  20 Oct 1719

Contents:
William Day of Crow, yeoman, (counterpart)

Cottage and garden and orchard, with a plot of ground called the Largett (½a) on North Poulner Hill, near the gravel pit  6M80/E/B573  20 Jan 1719

Contents:
James Brown of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)

Cottage, garden and little close adjoining on Hightown Hill  6M80/E/B574  20 Jan 1719

Contents:
William Wooll, of North Aishley, Ringwood, yeoman (counterpart)

Cottage and garden on Crowhill, Ringwood, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B575  4 May 1721

Contents:
Robert Stacey of Crow, yeoman, (counterpart)

Cottage, garden and orchard (1a), near North Poulner Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B576  1 Jul 1721

Contents:
James Browne sen., of North Poulner, yeoman (counterpart)

Cottage and garden plot on Wisehill, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B577  4 May 1721

Contents:
James Pitt of Wisehill, Ringwood, yeoman, (counterpart)

Cottage and garden plot in Poulner Lane  6M80/E/B578  16 Aug 1722

Contents:
Thomas Redman of Ringwood, weaver, (counterpart)

Various Properties  6M80/E/B579  2 Sep 1729

Contents:
Tenement and garden in Ringwood and a ½a of land in Spittlefield, 3½a in Northfield, 1 butt of meadow ½a in Southmead, 1 ham of meadow called Bridge Ham (½a) and ½a of meadow in Upmeade and 2a in Northfield William Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer

Piece of waste ground lately inclosed on Crow Hill (5a)  6M80/E/B580  6 Sep 1729

Contents:
Peter Warne of Crow, brickmaker,(counterpart)

Tenement with 16a of land in Nether Kingston, near Bisterne Castle  6M80/E/B581  3 Jul 1690

Contents:
John Willis of Ringwood, gent

Parcel of ground, 20 yards by 5 yards, in a lane called Moortown Lane, Ringwood, near Groves Barr, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B582  7 Mar 1717

Contents:
William Tilly of Moortown, Ringwood tailor, (counterpart)

Newly erected cottage with a small close of land (½a) at Crow Hill  6M80/E/B583  1716

Contents:
Richard Biddlecombe of Crow, yeoman, (counterpart)

Parcel of ground 30 yards by 10 yards. at a place called Castway near Stone Bridge, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B584  1 May 1717

Contents:
John Lyne of Ringwood, merchant tailor, (counterpart)

Cottage, garden and orchard on Hightown Hill, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B585  20 Jan 1719

Contents:
James Wooll (counterpart)

Tenement with 16a of land, known as Aldridges or Pooles, Ringwood  6M80/E/B586  4 May 1721

Contents:
Stephen Martin of Poulner, carpenter, (counterpart)

Parcel of ground near Wattons Ford, Ringwood, containing 20p, where John Ellis will erect a dwelling house  6M80/E/B587  10 Mar 1709

Contents:
John Ellis of Kingston, yeoman, (counterpart)

Cottage at Upper Kingston, known as the Hogg in Armour  6M80/E/B588  25 Mar 1723

Contents:
William Warne of Upper Kingston, yeoman (counterpart)

Cottage and garden and 2 lugs of ground in Poulner Lane, part of the waste of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B589  29 Aug 1723

Contents:
Richard Chater of Ringwood, clothier

Tenement called Mews, with a close containing 1a. 1 ham of meadow in Upmeade, and 2 half acres in Millfurlong  6M80/E/B590  20 Nov 1723

Contents:
George Bright the elder of Lynwood, New Forest, Keeper (counterpart)

Cottage with 1a of land on Hightown Hill, Ringwood  6M80/E/B591  20 Jan 1723

Contents:
Christopher Harris jun. of Hightown, seafaring man (counterpart)

Various Properties  6M80/E/B592  9 Sep 1724

Contents:
Tenement, garden and orchard and ½a in Spittlefield, 3½a in Northfield, 1 butt of meadow, ½a in Southmeade, 1 ham of meadow ground called Bridge ham
William Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer, (counterpart)

Cottage and garden, containing ½a in West Street, Ringwood, part of 16a called Pooles  6M80/E/B593  20 Jan 1723

Contents:
Francis King of North Ashley, Ringwood widow

Parcel of ground where a cottage formerly stood, known as Woodmans, near Moortown Lane  6M80/E/B594  20 Mar 1724

Contents:
William Swetland of Ringwood, bricklayer (counterpart)

Cottage with 6 small plots of ground at Bramsteed, near Hornes Lane, Ringwood  6M80/E/B595  14 Jul 1710

Contents:
Nicholas Forrest of Ringwood, yeoman and Anne his wife

Unknown Properties  6M80/E/B596  16 Jul 1725

Contents:
James Noyce, of Kingston, yeoman (counterpart)

Cottage and garden plot containing 1 lug at Upper Kingston  6M80/E/B597  11 Jan 1724

Contents:
Richard Mew of Upper Kingston, yeoman

Parcel of land part of Millers Tenement with dwelling house and outhouses lately built  6M80/E/B598  1 Apr 1725

Contents:
John Battin of Ringwood, joiner

1a of meadow in Upmead, Ringwood  6M80/E/B599  1728

Contents:
John Battin (as in E/B598) (counterpart)

2 tenements in Ringwood, and 2 half acres of land in Northfield, half an acre in Spittlefield and 2 half acres in Upmead  6M80/E/B600  19 Jul 1726

Contents:
Thomas Lyne of Ringwood, clothier

Various Properties  6M80/E/B601  20 May 1727

Contents:
Tenement in Poulner, with 8a of arable land, a fourth part of 1a of meadow with 3 other acres called Wheelers Grove and a garden containing half an acre William Thayne of Poulner, yeoman, (counterpart)

Various Properties  6M80/E/B602  16 May 1727

Contents:
Tenement at Poulner with garden and plot of ground, adjoining, 3r of meadow ground in Little Meade and Upmeade, and 7a of arable land in the common fields of Ringwood, and furzy ground where a brick kiln stands William Compton of Poulner, brickmaker, and Elizabeth his wife, (counterpart)

Assignment of lease, Cottage and lands in Ringwood  6M80/E/B603  1 Aug 1667

Contents:
(i) John Reade of Poulner, yeoman
(ii) Reynold Batten of Ringwood, joiner

Assignment of a lease, 5a of arable land in Kingston field, Ringwood  6M80/E/B604  1 Jan 1713

Contents:
(i) William Etheridge of Poulner, gent
(ii) Thomas Mill jun of North Ashley, Ringwood, yeoman
Previously enclosed in 6M180/E/B603

Land Tax Assessment for Kingston  6M80/E/B605  1767

Contents:
Made 21 Jul 1767 (John Lyne and John Brixey, tax collectors)

Account of John Willis, steward to Lord Arundell, for Pitts in Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B606  1767

Contents:
No 30, 2 Feb 1767 - with 4 others

Items relating to the last life in late Pitts estate  6M80/E/B607/1-4  ? 18th century

17th century leases  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following leases E/B608-E/B620, have not been included in main list because they were all issued on the same date and are of a significant earlier date than the other leases. Richard Braithwaite was Lord of the manor

Lease 24: 2 copyhold messuages, and 24a of land at Hightown, Ringwood  6M80/E/B608  20 Jan 1614

Contents:
Nicholas Brixey of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease 49: 2 copyhold messuages and 24a of land in Hightown and Ringwood  6M80/E/B609  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
Nicholas Brixey of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease 57: Copyhold messuage with 16a of arable land in Poulner  6M80/E/B610  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
John Aldridge of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease 60  6M80/E/B611  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
2 Copyhold tenements in Poulner, and 1 close of arable land called hill close, 3a of meadow in Upper Meade, 8a of arable land in Northfield Alfred Oviat of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease 110: Copyhold messuage with 8a of arable land, at Poulner  6M80/E/B612  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
Alfred Oviat of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease 191: Copyhold messuage and parcel of waste ground at Poulner Hill  6M80/E/B613  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
Richard Harris of Ringwood, husbandman

Surrender to Lord Arundell, by Richard White of a leasehold  6M80/E/B614  28 Jun 1735

Lease 223: Copyhold tenement and close in Poulner  6M80/E/B615  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
John Aldridge of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease: Copyhold messuage and 3 closes of land called Eades, 1a of land in Up Mead, and 1a in Northfield, Ringwood  6M80/E/B616  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
John Harris of Poulner, Ringwood, husbandman

Lease: Copyhold messuage, with 12a of arable land in Poulner  6M80/E/B617  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
Richard Kipping of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease: Copyhold messuage with 1a of meadow ground in Upmead, Ringwood  6M80/E/B618  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
John Rolfe of Beaulieu, yeoman

Lease: Copyhold messuage, with 8a of land in Poulner  6M80/E/B619  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
John Aldridge of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease: 16a of land in Nether Kingston  6M80/E/B620  10 Jun 1614

Contents:
William Etheridge of Ringwood, yeoman

Mortgages and Assignments  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage  6M80/E/B621  2 Feb 1740

Contents:
To secure £30 with interest
Tenement in Ringwood, with half part of one other messuage
(i) John Miller of Ringwood, carpenter
(ii) James Wilkins of Langham, wheelwright

Mortgage  6M80/E/B622/1  10 Oct 1740

Contents:
To secure £30 with interest
Dwellinghouse in Ringwood, formerly part of the Kingshead in Upstreet
(i) John Miller (as in E/B621)
(ii) Martha Ayles of Ringwood, widow (Previously enclosed in E/B622/2)

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B622/2  10 Nov 1741

Contents:
Lands (as in E/B622/2)
(i) Richard Gould of Poulner, yeoman
(ii) John Miller of Ringwood, carpenter
(iii) Elizabeth Richards of Christchurch, widow

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B623  10 Apr 1745

Contents:
Tenement in Up Street, Ringwood
(i) John Miller and Martha his wife
(ii) James Willis of Ringwood

Long lease 30: Cottage with garden at Moortown  6M80/E/B624  10 Mar 1781

Contents:
Stephen Cailes of Ringwood, tailor, (counterpart)
Sold for the redemption of the Land Tax

Lease 39: Messuage and 40 lugs of land in Ringwood  6M80/E/B625  1 Jun 1768

Contents:
William Ayles of Hightown, carpenter, (counterpart)
Sold for the redemption of the Land Tax

Lease 117: Cottage and garden containing 9 lugs of land, in Ringwood  6M80/E/B626  20 Oct 1761

Contents:
James Warne the elder and James Warne the younger of Ringwood, tailors
Sold for the redemption of the Land Tax

Lease 227: 20 lugs of land at Bickerley Common, part of the waste of the manor of Ringwood  6M80/E/B627  1 Apr 1776

Contents:
Joseph Veale of Ringwood, brewer (counterpart)
Sold for the redemption of the Land Tax

Lease 229: Blacksmiths shop at Poulner, near North Hill, with 20 lugs of land (bounds given)  6M80/E/B628  29 Jun 1776

Contents:
Nicholas Day of Poulner, Ringwood, blacksmith (counterpart)
Sold for the redemption of the Land Tax

Leases not 99 years  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 7, 14, or 21 years  6M80/E/B629  10 Oct 1774

Contents:
Several parcels of land (12¼a) in Northfield Ringwood (bounds given)
(i) Lord Arundell
(ii) Thomas Chamberlain of Ringwood, tallow chandler

Counterpart lease for 7 years  6M80/E/B630  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
Tenement known as Charles Farm, Ringwood, with lands 52a, 2r, 20p (with schedule)
(i) John Morant
(ii) William Mussell of Charles Farm, Ringwood, yeoman

Lease for 50 years  6M80/E/B631  25 Nov 1816

Contents:
Moortown House with outbuildings with a field of land in front of the house, called Leagers Close (6a), in Ringwood
(i) Rebecca Lyne of Hartford Bridge, spinster
(ii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esq

Lease for 8 years  6M80/E/B632  24 Jun 1839

Contents:
Half part of all the vegetation in the bed of the river Avon, between Church Mead Island, on the north and Island Mead on the south, Ringwood
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, Lord of the manor of Ringwood
(ii) Villiers Dent of Avon Cottage, Ringwood, esq

Lease for 8 years  6M80/E/B633  24 Jun 1839

Contents:
Half part of several islands lying in the river Avon, Ringwood (names and bounds given)
(i) John Morant (as above)
(ii) Moses Watton of Wattensford, Ringwood, water bailiff

Lease for 8 years  6M80/E/B634  24 Jun 1839

Contents:
Half part of two islands near Streaming Bridge in the river Avon, Ringwood
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) James Hurdle of Ringwood, water bailiff

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/B635  12 Aug 1846

Contents:
Property (as in E/B634)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Thomas Hurdle of Ringwood, water bailiff

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/B636  12 Aug 1846

Contents:
Property (as in E/B633)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) William Kirk of Bisterne, Ringwood, water bailiff

Lease for 21 years  6M80/E/B637  23 Jan 1840

Contents:
Small parcel of land taken from the waste of Ringwood manor, in Horns Lane, with part of a wall adjoining premises belonging to John Critchell (plan and bounds given) (not signed)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) John Critchell of Ringwood, maltster

Counterpart lease for the natural life of Prince Albert  6M80/E/B638  18 Jan 1847

Contents:
Cottage and garden (8p) at Kingston, Ringwood, (bounds given), not signed
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Thomas Morgan of Bishops Waltham, gent

Counterpart lease for 1 year then from year to year with 6 months notice  6M80/E/B639-640  20 Aug 1851

Contents:
(With draft)
Farmhouse and lands at Poulner, 51a, 3r (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Charles White of Poulner, yeoman

Counterpart lease, for 1 year (as in E/B639)  6M80/E/B641-642  20 Aug 1851

Contents:
(With 2 drafts)
Poulner farmhouse and lands, 129a, 3p (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Thomas Etheridge of Poulner, yeoman

Counterpart lease for 1 year (as in E/B639)  6M80/E/B643  20 Aug 1851

Contents:
Messuage and lands (32a, 1r, 12p) in Upstreet, Ringwood (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Aaron Guy of Poulner, yeoman

Counterpart lease for 1 year (as in E/B639)  6M80/E/B644  24 Nov 1851

Contents:
Farmhouse at Lower Kingston, 33a, 1r, 19p (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) Joseph Downton of Lower Kingston, yeoman

Counterpart lease for 1 year (as in E/B639)  6M80/E/B645  1851

Contents:
Farm at Kingston, 33a, 2r, 13p (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) George Ingram of Longham, Dorset, yeoman, and John Trill jun. of Ringwood, yeoman

Lease for 1 year (as in E/B639)  6M80/E/B646  nd[1850s]

Contents:
(No date, not signed)
Messuage and tenement called Pounds Farm, 51a, 2r, 39p (with schedule)
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) George Dyke of Romsey, yeoman

Draft lease for 7 years  6M80/E/B647  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Ringwood
(i) John Morant (as in E/B632)
(ii) John Early of Ringwood, gent

TENANCY AGREEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
All the following agreements, contain schedules giving field names and acreages, John Morant is the landowner in each case

Tenements with several parcels of land in Ringwood (130a 2r 6p)  6M80/E/B648  11 Nov 1824

Contents:
To Elizabeth Street of North Poulner, and Joseph Biddlecomb of Ringwood, for 4 years

Tenement with several parcels of land, in Ringwood (32a 2r 27p)  6M80/E/B649  10 Mar 1829

Contents:
To John Trill for 4, 8 or 12 years

Farmhouse with several pieces of land in Kingston (101a, 16p)  6M80/E/B650  23 Jun 1829

Contents:
To Joseph Downton of Kingston, yeoman for 12 years

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (133a 1r 7p)  6M80/E/B651  3 Jul 1829

Contents:
To Joseph Lindsay of Ringwood for 12 years

Several pieces of ground in Ringwood (76a, 2r)  6M80/E/B652  13 Mar 1830

Contents:
To Stephen Ayles of Ringwood for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (76a, 3r, 30p)  6M80/E/B653  30 Mar 1830

Contents:
To Harry Ayles, of Ringwood for year to year

Farmhouse with several parcels of land in Kingston (62a, 2r 9p)  6M80/E/B654  3 Jul 1830

Contents:
To George Ryall of Shapwick, Dorset for 12 years

Two tenements with several pieces of ground in Upper Kingston (19a, 1r 13p)  6M80/E/B655  19 Nov 1830

Contents:
To John Wiseman of Ringwood, for 1, 4 or 8 years

Dwellinghouse with several pieces of ground in Lynbrook, Ringwood (16a, 1r, 33p)  6M80/E/B656  2 Mar 1831

Contents:
To Henry Head of Gorley for 1 year

Tenements with several pieces of ground in Poulner (73a 1r 18p)  6M80/E/B657  10 Sep 1832

Contents:
To David Brumfield of Ellingham and Arthur Brumfield of Poulner, for 12 years

Memorandum stating the above tenants must yield up certain lands, John Morant lets new lands  6M80/E/B658  2 Apr 1841

Contents:
Enclosed in E/B657

Charles Farm with several pieces of ground in Ringwood (98a 1r 29p)  6M80/E/B659  12 May 1832

Contents:
To Joseph Sims of Ringwood, from year to year

Tenement and dwellinghouse with several pieces of land called Gosses in Ringwood (3a 3r 19p)  6M80/E/B660  20 Mar 1833

Contents:
To Jonah Riggs and Henry Riggs of Ringwood, for 12 years

Farmhouse with several pieces of ground in Kingston (61a 3r 36p)  6M80/E/B661  22 Mar 1833

Contents:
To John Wheeler of Ringwood, yeoman, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of ground in Ringwood (72a 1r 1p)  6M80/E/B662  9 May 1833

Contents:
To William Wiseman of Ringwood for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land called Thames in Ringwood (18a 1r 24p)  6M80/E/B663-664  9 Dec 1833

Contents:
To Stephen Ayles of Ringwood, for 12 years (with copy)

Tenement with several pieces of land called Scaplings, in Ringwood (16a 7p)  6M80/E/B665  7 Nov 1834

Contents:
To Joseph Warne of Ringwood, for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (179a 2r 19p)  6M80/E/B666  10 Feb 1835

Contents:
To Joseph Scammell of Kingston, Ringwood, John Scammell and Samuel Scamell of South Down, Edington, Wilts, for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (23a 2r 28p)  6M80/E/B667  12 Jun 1835

Contents:
To Thomas Lawrence of Ringwood, yeoman, for 4 or 8 or 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land, called Woodcocks and Doves in Ringwood, (28a 1r 34p)  6M80/E/B668  1 Jun 1835

Contents:
To John Cattermole of Ringwood, yeoman, for 4, 8 or 12 years, 16 Jun 1835 (with copy)

Several pieces of land in Ringwood, (7a 2r 33p)  6M80/E/B669  1 Jul 1835

Contents:
To James Lea of Ringwood, chemist from year to year

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (13a 3r 5p)  6M80/E/B670  1 Jul 1835

Contents:
To James Collins of Hightown, yeoman, for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (22a 2r 28p)  6M80/E/B671  1 Jul 1835

Contents:
To Thomas Lawrence of Ringwood, yeoman for 12 years

Parcel of land in Crow Field, Ringwood (11a 32p), formerly in two parcels numbered 177a and 177b on the map  6M80/E/B672  28 Aug 1835

Contents:
To John Wiseman of Kingston, from year to year

Charles Farm with several pieces of land in Ringwood (96a 2r 24p)  6M80/E/B673  19 Sep 1835

Contents:
To John Amey and Elias Amey of Little Canford, Dorset for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (163a 21p)  6M80/E/B674  29 Sep 1835

Contents:
To Stephen Street of Poulner, yeoman, for 4, 8, or 12 years

Several messuages and parcels of land in Ringwood (28a 1r 34p)  6M80/E/B675  6 Oct 1835

Contents:
To James Buckland of Avon and David Tuck of Ripley, for 12 years

Tenements with several pieces of land in Kingston (78a 35p)  6M80/E/B676  20 May 1836

Contents:
To William Cull and Philip Brown of Kingston, yeoman, for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (27a 15p)  6M80/E/B677  31 May 1836

Contents:
To Henry Head of Ringwood, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (58a 1r 30p)  6M80/E/B678  12 Dec 1839

Contents:
To David Tuck and Henry Tuck of Kingston, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land in Poulner (106a 3r 2p)  6M80/E/B679  27 Jun 1840

Contents:
To George Ayles of Poulner, for year to year (draft)

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (416a 2r 35p)  6M80/E/B680  3 Apr 1841

Contents:
To Joseph Scamell John Scamell and Samuel Scamell (as in E/B666) for 12 years

Tenement with several pieces of land, in Ringwood (21a 7p)  6M80/E/B681  3 Apr 1841

Contents:
To Charles Street of Poulner, yeoman, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (417a 3r)  6M80/E/B682  13 Oct 1842

Contents:
To Joseph Scamell, John Scamell and Samuel Scamell (as in E/B666) and Benjamin Scamell of Poulner, for 12 years

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (284a 1r 33p)  6M80/E/B683/1-8  28 Nov 1843

Contents:
To Joseph, John, Samuel and Benjamin Scamell for 12 years (with seven enclosures of lists of lands and receipts)

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (135a 1r 7p)  6M80/E/B684  28 Nov 1843

Contents:
To John Biles of Ashley Farm, Ringwood, yeoman for 12 years

Memorandum of agreement  6M80/E/B685  9 Oct 1847

Contents:
For 2 pieces on land in Crow Field (no 2539, 2533 on Ringwood tithe map) 36a, 17p, to John Biles, Enclosed with E/B685

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (28a 1r 34p)  6M80/E/B686  11 Apr 1844

Contents:
To Henry Tuck, of Kingston, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land in Ringwood (38a 3r 17p)  6M80/E/B687  12 Apr 1844

Contents:
To William Spicknell of Hightown, for year to year

Farmhouse with several pieces of land in Poulner (90a 32p)  6M80/E/B688  7 May 1845

Contents:
To Isaac Grey of Milford, Wilts, yeoman, for 12 years

Farmhouse with several pieces of land in Poulner (91a 2r 25p)  6M80/E/B689  27 Jun 1845

Contents:
To Benjamin Scammell of Poulner, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land at Kingston (101a 16p)  6M80/E/B690  24 June 1845

Contents:
To Dinah Bennett and Samuel Bennett of Eling, for year to year

Charles Farm, Ringwood (95a 33p)  6M80/E/B691  22 May 1847

Contents:
To James Harris of Saint Ives, Christchurch and Henry Lyne of Ringwood, for year to year

Tenements with several pieces of land at Kingston (132a 39p)  6M80/E/B692  2 Aug 1849

Contents:
To Joseph Downton of Kingston, yeoman, for 12 years

Letter to Downton regarding terms for his renting land  6M80/E/B693  23 Oct 1852

Contents:
Enclosed with E/B692

Pounds Farm, Ringwood (51a 3r 37p)  6M80/E/B694  1849-1850

Contents:
To John Oxford of Downton, Wilts, yeoman, for year to year, 21 Aug 1849 Attached to above: agreement to let the same farm to Jeremiah Dewey of Crow, yeoman, for year to year, 11 Apr 1850

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (39a 28p)  6M80/E/B695  28 Jun 1850

Contents:
To John Tanner of Ringwood, yeoman, for year to year

Tenement with several pieces of land in Ringwood (40a 1r 12p)  6M80/E/B696  10 Sep 1850

Contents:
To John Godwin and James Godwin of Fordingbridge, yeoman, for year to year

Memorandum of agreement  6M80/E/B697  18 Oct 1850

Contents:
Of Beaminsters Farm, Ringwood (33a 2r 12p) to John Trill, jun. of Ringwood, for year to year

Cottage, brick kiln and buildings at Hangersley Common, Ringwood (2a 10p)  6M80/E/B698  14 Apr 1853

Contents:
To William Roles of Charborough, Dorset, brickmaker, for year to year (draft)

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

BOLDRE  [no ref. or date]

Packet of correspondence with 2 plans regarding the purchase by Mr. Morant, in 1896, of a pair of cottages at Sandy Down, Boldre, the property of Mr. Burford  6M80/E/B699  1895-1896

Contents:
Consists of solicitors letters regarding the transaction, with letters and an agreement, regarding the purchase from Burford by a Mr. Barnard of the adjoining cottage and 2 plans

Bundle of correspondence, relating to the leasing of a parcel of land (33p) belonging to John Morant, part of the Old Mansion, Boldre  6M80/E/B700  1902-1905

Contents:
Consists of solicitors letters regarding the new lease to be drawn up and details regarding the house to be built on the land, by a Mr Alexander, with receipts for the building

BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Packet of correspondence with small plan  6M80/E/B701  1891

Contents:
Regarding the encroachment by Donald Knight onto a piece of the waste of Brockenhurst manor, which Knight claims is part of the waste of Brockenhurst manor

Packet of correspondence regarding the right of way at Green Lane and Broadlands Lane, Brockenhurst, belonging to Morant  6M80/E/B702  1894-1895

Contents:
Includes copy of Hansells opinion, with plan, recommending Morant to bring an action or arbitration to secure his right of way (with plan)

LYMINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of correspondence regarding the rent of the Swan Inn on Lymington Tollbridge  6M80/E/B703  1835-1849

Contents:
Henry Compton, John Morant, Henry Revely Mitford and Silas Dore all owned the property. Contents include copy will of Silas Dore, 3 Jan 1848, proved 24 May 1848

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of correspondence relating to the fishing rights in Ringwood of Mr. John Kemp of Gloucester  6M80/E/B704  4 Sep 1831-29 Apr 1832

Contents:
Mr. Kemp complains of being asked for rent when his notice had been accepted, Moses Cull, Mr. Morant's steward, tries to explain rents run from Lady Day

Correspondence regarding the dilapidations on the house and tan yard at Ringwood, in the occupation of Richard Shap  6M80/E/B705  1810-1840

Deeds relating to property in E/B705 leased to Thomas Guy  6M80/E/B706-709  1809-1821

Contents:
Found in bundle with E/B705

Lease for 99 years  6M80/E/B706  29 Sep 1809

Contents:
Messuage and garden, part of the Old Lamb, between Coxstone and the blindhouse
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esq.
(ii) Rev James Middleton of Ringwood, John Ridout of Ringwood, gent

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B707  29 Jun 1816

Contents:
Messuage and lands (as above)
(i) Rev James Middleton, John Ridout (as in E/B706)
(ii) Thomas Guy of Ringwood, labourer

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B708  2 Nov 1818

Contents:
2 Tenements and garden in Bickerley
(i) Rev James Middleton, John Ridout (as in E/B706)
(ii) Thomas Guy (as in E/B707)

Assignment of lease  6M80/E/B709  30 Apr 1821

Contents:
Several cottages with 34 perches of land in Ringwood
(i) Rev James Middleton, John Ridout (as in E/B706)
(ii) William Faulkner of Ringwood, labourer

Bundle of correspondence relating to the exchange of land between John Morant and Charles James Lacey  6M80/E/B711  1886-1891

63 docs

Contents:
Contents include solicitors letters regarding Lacey's reluctance to pay the costs of the exchange and Morant's agreement to retain a part of land worth £5 and pay £5 towards the costs and solicitors letters regarding the rents of the land
The exchange took effect from the 1 May 1888 and consisted of Morant's plot of land at Crow Hill (5a 2r 20½p) numbered 998 on the Ringwood tithe map, and Lacey's meadow called Godmans Ham (1a 3r 36p) numbered 1427 on the Ringwood tithe map

Tracing of the land Lacey offered to purchase  6M80/E/B712  nd[1880s]

Conditions of access: Not fit for production

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

Rough accounts of the executors of the late Edward Morant  6M80/E/B713/1-10  1910-1911

Contents:
Includes lists of petty cash, and Brockenhurst and Ringwood wages. Enclosed with accounts, 10 letters from solicitors in reference to various leases and property of the late Edward Morant

RENT ROLLS  [no ref. or date]

Ringwood manor  [no ref. or date]

Rent roll  6M80/E/B714  1677-1678

Contents:
Michaelmas 1677-Lady Day 1678

Rent roll  6M80/E/B715  1709

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1709

Rent roll  6M80/E/B716  1710

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1710

Rent roll  6M80/E/B717  1716

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1716

Rent roll  6M80/E/B718  1717

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1717

Rent roll  6M80/E/B719  1719

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1719

Rent roll  6M80/E/B720  1721

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1721

Rent roll  6M80/E/B721  1722

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1722

Rent roll  6M80/E/B722  1724

Contents:
Lady Day and Michaelmas 1724

Rent roll  6M80/E/B723  1738

Contents:
Lady Day, 1738

Rent roll  6M80/E/B724  1740

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1740

Rent roll  6M80/E/B725  1741

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1741

Rent roll  6M80/E/B726  1742

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1742

Rent roll  6M80/E/B727  1743

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1743

Rent roll  6M80/E/B728  1744

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1744

Rent roll  6M80/E/B729  1745

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1745

Rent roll  6M80/E/B730/1-2  1746

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1746 (enclosed a list of quit and chief rents to Michaelmas, 1874)

Rent roll  6M80/E/B731  1748-1750

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1748-1750

Rent roll  6M80/E/B731a  1792-1795

Contents:
Michaelmas, 1792-1795

GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Notebook, giving details of tenanted properties at Brockenhurst; gives field names, acreages and crop types  6M80/E/B732  1804-1807

BROCKENHURST AND BOLDRE  [no ref. or date]

Ordnance survey book of reference to the parish of Boldre  6M80/E/B733-734  1868

2 copies

Contents:
Including the hundreds of Christchurch and the New Forest

Ordnance survey book of reference to Brockenhurst  6M80/E/B735-736  1869

2 copies

List of the particulars of fuel rights of John Morants tenants, in Brockenhurst and Boldre  6M80/E/B/737/1-4  1883

Contents:
Attached, 2 letters regarding the urgency of these particulars as the matter of fuel rights is to be discussed in the House of Commons, and an unsigned draft letter, recommending the extinction of fuel rights, 21 May 1883

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

List of copyholds to rent, giving tenants names, lands, rent and yearly value  6M80/E/B738  Sep 1675

List of remaining copyholds unsold  6M80/E/B739  Aug 1686

List of long leases, giving tenants names, number of lives and acreages  6M80/E/B740  nd[1680s]

List of 99 year leases, with tenants names, descriptions of land and yearly rents  6M80/E/B741  nd[1680s]

List of copyholds unsold with list of long leases sold, and a list of payments issuing out of the manor  6M80/E/B742  nd[c1700]

List of tenants in Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B743  nd[c1700]

Ringwood manor rent roll  6M80/E/B744  1728

List of all the tenants contained in the particular and survey of the manor of Ringwood  6M80/E/B745  Sep 1824

Contents:
Alphabetical with lease numbers

Bundle of memoranda concerning the boundaries of Ringwood manor  6M80/E/B746/1-21  1778-1793

Contents:
Include Court Leet extracts giving the names of the juries appointed to walk the new bounds, descriptions and field names of the new bounds and draft copies giving juries and new bounds. Item 4 relates to a dispute between William Brown and Mr Downes, where cattle of Brown continually get into the garden of Downes

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B747  18 May 1799

Contents:
Admission of John Atrill, gent., to the reversion of a cottage, garden (3p) with the free use of the backside and way into Bickerley, formerly in the tenure of Elizabeth Miller, (attested copy)

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B748  10 May 1802

Contents:
Admission of John Brown of Ringwood, gent., to the reversion of cottage and lands (as in E/B747), (2 draft copies)

Appointment  6M80/E/B749  5 Oct 1804

Contents:
Of Henry Quinton of Moortown, hosier, Charles Collins of Ringwood, carrier, William Cribb of Ringwood, victualler, to be the lawful attorneys of Richard Reeks of Ringwood, butcher and Anna his wife. To appear at the next Court Baron to take admission of a barn, with 4a of land at Moortown and a half acre of land in South Mead, then immediately surrender the land to be regranted for the life of the said Anne Reeks

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B750  20 Oct 1804

Contents:
Admission and surrender of Richard and Anna Reeks, to land (as in E/B749), (draft copy)

General Court Leet and Court Baron  6M80/E/B751  18 Apr 1805

Contents:
Admission of James Ayles to a tenement and 18a of arable land in Hightown, formerly in the tenure of John Ayles; admission of Stephen Ayles to a tenement in Hightown called Rooks (23a) formerly in the tenure of Stephen Ayles sen.(copy)

General Court Baron  6M80/E/B752  25 Oct 1805

Contents:
Surrender of Mary Middleton of Harbridge, spinster, of a tenement and garden in Ringwood, now two tenements and admission of George Lockyer of Ringwood, labourer, to the same tenements and lands (copy)

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B753  25 Apr 1812

Contents:
Surrender of Martha Seapelen of a tenement and 16a of land in Ringwood and admission of Rev. James Middleton of Ringwood, to part of the aforementioned premises and admission of Robert Hicks of Ringwood, esq., to part of the aforementioned premises (copy)

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B754  7 May 1813

Contents:
Admission of William Corbin to 7a of arable land in Ringwood Northfield, part of a tenement in Poulner called Attwood, on the death of his uncle William Corbin (attested copy)

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B755  24 Mar 1814

Contents:
Surrender of Thomas Jones of Hightown, labourer, of a cottage and garden at Hightown Hill, and the admission of Benjamin Jones of Ellingham, to the aforementioned premises (attested copy)

Private Court Baron  6M80/E/B756  28 Apr 1814

Contents:
Surrender of William Corbin of 7a of land in Ringwood Northfield, part of a tenement in Poulner called Attwoods and the admission of Richard White to the aforementioned lands (attested copy)

Draft building agreement  6M80/E/B757  nd[1890s]

Contents:
Between Herbert George Alexander Jules Gaston Dupleseis, and John Digby Mills (trustees of John Morant, an infant) and a prospective purchaser

RINGWOOD AND ELLINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Particular of the lands in Ringwood and Ellingham, awarded to John Morant in an exchange with John Mills  6M80/E/B758  1861

Contents:
Giving field names, state of cultivation, acreage and tenants names

LAWSUIT PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
EL1-26 Comprise papers in the Chancery lawsuit between
(i) John Morant, eldest son and heir of John Morant late of Brockenhurst, esquire deceased, infant, by Thos. Cussans esquire
And
(ii) Lascelles Iremonger and Charles Shard, surviving executors of the will of John Morant deceased; John Rickman, owner of the premises; and Edward Thomas Morant, George Morant, Jane Morant and Catherine Morant, infants; and the other children of John Morant deceased by Geo. Cussans Richard esquire, their guardian
Concerning the estate of John Morant deceased and the terms of his will and four codicils

Schedule of lands at Harbridge, Ellingham and Ringwood  6M80/E/L1  11 November 1793

Contents:
With comments by Percival Lewis and Thomas Lane concerning ownership and tenancies
There is a note on the inside of the front cover that the schedule was shown to Thomas Lane and William Forster on their examination for John Morant infant. The schedule is marked K

Letter from Thos. Lane to R.J. Mansfield esquire  6M80/E/L2  16 December 1793

Contents:
Concerning a valuation of Mr. Mansfield's property (valuation not enclosed but could possibly be E/L3)
There is an endorsement that the paper was shown to Thomas Lane on his examination for John Morant, infant. It is marked A

Valuation of properties near Ringwood by Mr. Lane  6M80/E/L3  1793

Contents:
Endorsement as on E/L2
The paper is marked B

Answers to Mr. Mansfield's General remarks respecting Lane's valuation of his estates  6M80/E/L4  1794

Contents:
Endorsement as on E/L2
The paper is marked D

Letter from Thomas Lane to R.J. Mansfield of Ringwood concerning valuation  6M80/E/L5  2 January 1794

Contents:
Endorsement as on E/L2
The paper is marked E

Bill for valuing various properties for John Morant by Thomas Lane  6M80/E/L6  nd[c.1794]

Contents:
Endorsement as on E/L2
The paper is marked F

Agreement (and counterpart)  6M80/E/L7-8  18 Jan 1794

Contents:
For £500
(i) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman
(ii) William Rogerson of Lymington, gentleman for John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
Estate of (i) in Lymington Dam or Bridge with mudlands and appurtenances, now occupied by John Sheppard and being 1/6 share
There is an endorsement on both agreements that they were shown to William Rogerson in his examination for John Morant
The papers are marked F and G

Plan and section of an intended sluice and bridge on the causeway at Lymington  6M80/E/L9  1794

Report and estimate for a sluice and bridge at Lymington causeway by Josh. Hill  6M80/E/L10  8 Feb 1794

Letter from John Morant at Bath to Mr. Harbin at Ringwood concerning the purchase from Mr. Mansfield  6M80/E/L11  1794-1795

Contents:
Endorsed is receipt, dated 5 May 1795, for marking the agreement with a 6s. stamp
There is an endorsement that the paper was shown to Thomas Loggen, gentleman on his examination for John Morant, infant
The paper is marked N

Brief for plaintiff  6M80/E/L12  6 March 1795

2 Copies

Contents:
With depositions of defendants and of William Rogerson of Lymington, gentleman, James Pearson of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman and Henry Mant of Lymington, gentleman for the plaintiff; with observations

Brief for defendant Richman  6M80/E/L13  March 1795

Contents:
Who had 1/6 share of Lymington Dam or Bridge which testator, John Morant agreed to purchase for £500 in 1794. (i) claims he should be paid out of the testator's personal estate but (ii) refuse to pay without the direction of the court; depositions of William Rogerson and James Pearson concerning the agreement (as in E/L2); with observations

Brief for defendants Iremonger and Shard and for the younger children of John Morant esquire  6M80/E/L14  6 March 1795

2 Copies

Contents:
With depositions and observations

Letter from John Richman at Lymington to Messrs. Pearson and Loggen  6M80/E/L15  12 April 1795

Contents:
Enclosing contract (not now enclosed)

Copy decree  6M80/E/L16  1795

3 Copies

Contents:
Referring case to Mr. Eames, Master of Chancery to see if a good title to the premises can be made, and if so to complete sale after all parties have been questioned and the deeds examined. Tuesday 12 May 35 George II, 1795

Abstract of title  6M80/E/L17  c1795

2 Documents

Contents:
From 28 October 1731 to 18 January 1794 to Oazey ground and dam at Lymington

Case for the opinion of Mr. Charles Butler  6M80/E/L18  1795

Contents:
Concerning title of Mr. Mansfield to leasehold premises in Ringwood manor which he had agreed to sell to John Morant deceased
Mr. Butler's opinion is that Mr. Mansfield was 'unimpeachable' 24 June 1795 [There is also an abstract of title on this paper which continues from a previous abstract - probably E/L17]

Mr. Butler's opinion on title  6M80/E/L19  nd(c.1795)

Observations by Master Smith on Mr. Mansfield's title  6M80/E/L20  1795

Contents:
Mr. Butler's opinion on each title is endorsed 26 June 1795

Copy decree ordering John Richman to complete conveyance  6M80/E/L21  1795

Contents:
8 July 35 George III 1795

Bill for 17s. 8d., expenses incurred by Messrs. Pearson and Loggan (sic) for Mr. Clement  6M80/E/L22  1795

Contents:
Receipted 7 August 1795

Draft release under chancery order  6M80/E/L23  1795

Contents:
In consideration of £500 paid to (i) by (ii)
17 October 35 George III, 1795
(i) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman and Charles St. Barbe of Lymington, merchant
(ii) Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk and Charles Shard of Lovells Hill, Berkshire esquire, surviving trustees and executors of John Morant late of Brockenhurst House esquire, deceased
(iii) John Morant, infant
Premises formerly described as:
1/6 Oazier ground, formerly overflowing or subject to the overflowing of the sea lying northwood from the mouth of Lymington Haven to Boldre Bridge (90a. 1r. 20p.); and bridge or dam built across the haven in the parish of Lymington and Boldre
The premises have been altered and improved and are now known as:
Bridge or dam called Lymington Bridge or Lymington Passage Bridge with messuage or inn there commonly called the Swan Inn; and another messuage also on the bridge with garden behind; and mudlands or oazier ground formerly overflowing or subject to the overflowing of the sea, lying north of the bridge, up to Boldre Bridge, also messuage and barn and small garden with 2 closes of land (2a.) one of which is bounded on the east by a small coppice, and on the north by Pilley Hill (other bounds given) and the other of which is bounded by mudlands on the north and west, and by the road from Pilley to Boldre Bridge on the east(other bounds given); also pieces of marsh land formerly overflown with water (10a.); and other marshland part of the mudlands formerly overflown;
(i) Purchased the premises in 1793 from Joseph Hackman and agreed to sell them to John Morant deceased but he died before the purchase was complete

Copy assignment of term of 1000 years on trust to attend the inheritance  6M80/E/L24  1795

Contents:
17 October 35 George III, 1795
(i) Richard Burt of the Victualling Office, Somerset House, Middlesex, gentleman, only son and administrator of Richard Birt late of Lymington, gentleman deceased
(ii) John Richman of Lymington, gentleman
(iii) Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk and Charles Shard of Lovells Hill, Berks, esquire, surviving trustees and executors of John Morant late of Brockenhurst House, esquire, deceased and testamentary guardians of John Morant the eldest son and heir of John Morant deceased, now an infant
(iv) James Pearson of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman
Premises as in E/L23
The term was created 23 September 1733 to secure repayment of £200 and interest lent by Edward Madgwick to Rachael Crosse; on 24 June 1767 the term was assigned to Harry Hackman to attend the inheritance; he appointed (i)'s father as his trustee so that the term eventually became vested in (i); (ii) purchased the freehold from Joseph Hackman, son of Harry Hackman
This document is marked N

Bill for £2-14s., expenses incurred by examiner in the case between Morant and Richman  6M80/E/L25  nd [c.1795]

Instructions for Mr. Richards to prepare draft bills  6M80/E/L26  nd [c.1795]

MAPS AND PLANS  [no ref. or date]

BROCKENHURST  [no ref. or date]

Plan of Proposed alterations of roads at Brockenhurst  6M80/E/P1  1859

6" Ordnance Survey map of Brockenhurst marked Plan number 1  6M80/E/P2  nd [late 19th Century]

2 copies

Contents:
With areas coloured pink and blue. The maps carry the name of Cecil Sutton of the Estate Offices, Brockenhurst and were evidently produced at the same time as E/P5

Map of Heathy Dilton Farm, Brockenhurst, property of John Morant, esq  6M80/E/P6  Nov 1811

On cloth

Contents:
Scale: 3 chains to 1 inch

Bound volume of 'Maps of the Estates of John Morant, esq., in The County of Hants and Jamaica 1857'  6M80/E/P3  1746-1843

Conditions of access: Withdrawn by depositor

Plan of Pindars River Estate, parish of Clarendon, belonging to Edward Morant esquire  [no ref.]  1781

Contents:
Surveyed in 1746 by Thomas Alison, with cane pieces surveyed by Chas. Brady, 1 November 1781 Pictorial map with reference

Plan of the outbounds of the Pindars River Estate  [no ref.]  1746

Contents:
Resurveyed at the request of Hon. John Gale esquire, 13 July 1746 by Thomas Allison

Plan? of Pindars River Estate  [no ref. or date]

Plan of the Pindars River Estate (2895a. 2r.)  [no ref.]  1839

Contents:
Surveyed by Joseph Bryant, Crown Surveyor, Middlesex by direction of Evan McPherson, esquire, attorney to John Morant esquire

Plan of the Ashley Hall Estate, parish of Vere belonging to John Ashley esquire (398a. 3r. 29p.)  [no ref.]  1776

Contents:
Surveyed by Williams S. Turner, 25 October 1776

Plan of estates at the head of R. Mino  [no ref.]  1798

Contents:
Surveyed by Frazer P. Fullarton
There is long explanation on the plan of to claims made on the various pieces of land

Plan showing fixing of several plots at Old Woman Savannah, parish of Clarendon  [no ref.]  1797

Contents:
In order to establish the rights of the Pindars River Estate, owned by Edward Morant esquire Surveyed by William Frazer at the request of John Henkell esquire

Plan of 2 parcels of land at Salt Savanna, parish of Vere  [no ref.]  1776

Contents:
Surveyed by John Rome, 10 March 1776

Plan of The Bog, owned by Edward Morant esquire and Olive Park owned by Jno. McDonald esquire  [no ref.]  1776

Contents:
Both estates are in the parish of Vere. Surveyed by Pirkome and Burton, 20 May 1776

Plan of the boundaries of nine runs of land in Hayes's Savanna, parish of Vere, belonging to John Morant esquire  [no ref.]  1797

Contents:
Surveyed by William Frazer at the request of John Henckell esquire

Plan of Ballards River Estate, parish of Clarendon belonging to John Morant esquire  [no ref.]  1798

Contents:
Surveyed by Frazer and Fullarton at the request of John Henckell esquire

Plan of the Brockenhurst Plantation in the parish of Manchester, Jamaica, belonging to John Morant esquire  [no ref.]  1841

Contents:
Surveyed by Bryant and Thorn, June 1841

Plan of 1488a. at Hay's Savanna owned by John Morant esquire  [no ref.]  1843

Contents:
Resurveyed by John Thorn, surveyor at the request of Gilbert Shaw esquire, April 1843

Plan of a house and park on the Lymington-Lyndhurst road  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Showing details of landscaping required including arrangements for lawn, siting of shrubs, seats, ponds, a ha-ha, Chinese fence and kitchen garden

Rough plan of part of the estate of John Morant esquire at Brockenhurst  [no ref. or date]

Plan of the Demesne lands at Brockenhurst the seat of John Morant esquire, with some alterations by Emas and Webb  [no ref.]  1793

Plan of roads at Brockenhurst  [no ref.]  1814

Contents:
2 Identical plans on facing pages

Plan with reference of the manor of Roydon  [no ref. or date]

Sketch of the Ballards River Estate with one piece of land belonging to John Bear, coloured red  [no ref.]  nd [late 19th century]

Contents:
Enclosed in the volume

RINGWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Plan of an estate at Ringwood  6M80/E/P4  nd [19th century]


Related information: 6M80M/E/B10 refers to some of the plots numbered in red on this map

Contents:
Giving acreages, names of landholders and some field names
Areas coloured green show lands of Mr. Morant in possession; areas coloured yellow show lands held by lease from Mr. Morant, areas coloured black indicate college lands; and areas coloured red are freehold
The area covered includes Bistern Common in the south-east, the River Avon in the west and Linbrook in the north. An inset shows Week Common

6" Ordnance Survey map of Ringwood marked Plan number 2  6M80/E/P5  nd [late 19th century]

2 copies

Contents:
With areas coloured pink and blue
The maps carry the name of Cecil Sotton, of the Estate Offices, Brockenhurst, and were evidently produced at the same time as E/P2

FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

Wills and settlement  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy will and codicils of Edward Morant of Brockenhurst esquire  6M80/F/B1  1777-1791

Contents:
Date of will 20 August 1777
Date of codicils: 23 March 1783, 1 September 1784, 26 February 1785, 12 July 1790
Proved in P.C.C. 11 August 1791

Copy affidavits  6M80/F/B2  1791

Contents:
John Morant of Manchester Square, Middlesex, esquire son and executor of Edward Morant late of Park Lane, Middlesex, esquire deceased
Samuel Long of Bishopsgate Street, London, esquire
Robert Cooper Lee of Bedford Square, Middlesex esquire, residing at Brighthelmstone, Sussex
James Pearson of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman
Thomas Loggen of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman
Concerning the will and codicils of Edward Morant late of Park Lane, esquire deceased August 1791
Attached to the affidavits are papers marked B and C, being two codicils to the will of Edward Morant dated 3 July 1779 and undated

Probate copy will and two codicils of John Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire  6M80/F/B3  1791-1794

Contents:
Date of will: 2 December 1791
Date of codicils: 20 August 1792, 11 May 1793
Proved in P.C.C. 15 April 1794

Administration with will and four codicils annexed, of Edward Morant of Brockenhurst, esquire  6M80/F/B4  1777-1796

Contents:
Will: 5 August 1777
Codicils: 23 March 1783, 1 September 1784, 26 February 1785, 1 July 1796
Administration granted in P.C.C. (following the death of John Morant son of the testator who had only partly undertaken probate) to Elizabeth Mary Morant, widow, Reverend Lascelles Iremonger, clerk and Charles Shard esquires, executor of the will of John Morant deceased, 12 September 1794

Settlement  6M80/F/B5  1813

Contents:
Of stock on the marriage of (i) and (ii), 5 April 53 George III, 1813
(i) George Morant of Wherwell esquire
(ii) Mary Shirley of Clift, Dorset, spinster, daughter of Evelyn Shirley late of Eatington, Warwickshire, esquire deceased by Phillis Byram Shirley, now widow
(iii) John Morant of Brockenhurst House esquire, Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk and prebendary of Winchester Cathedral, Charles Bryan Wollaston of the Inner Temple, London, esquire, eldest brother of (ii)
Several memoranda are endorsed including note of the solemnisation of the marriage 19 April 1813 at St. George's Hanover Square, London

Release of all claims under the will of John Morant deceased  6M80/F/B6  1813

Contents:
26 June 53 George III, 1813
(i) George Morant of Wherwell, esquire, one of the two surviving children and residuary legatee under the will of John Morant late of Brockenhurst House esquire deceased
(ii) Reverend Lascelles Iremonger of Clatford, clerk and Charles Shard of Lovells House, near Sunning Hill, Berks, esquire, surviving trustees and executors of the will and codicils of John Morant and surviving guardians of (i) and of the other children of John Morant deceased; and Edward Gregory Morant Gale of Upton House, Warks esquire, joint trustee
The estate (to which (i) is entitled to a moiety is detailed in the schedule
Recites will of Edward Morant of Brockenhurst House esquire deceased (20 Aug. 1777) - all premises in Jamaica and GB to trustees on trust for son John in tail male, then to son Edward Gregory Morant
He died 1791
Recites deed 7 June 1792 whereby John Morant limited a jointure for his wife Elizabeth Mary and £10000 as jointure for his wife Elizabeth as portion for his daughters and younger sons
Recites will John Morant (2 Dec. 1791) and 2 codicils - £20,000 to son John when 21, £2000 annuity to wife Elizabeth Mary, and residuary estate to trustees for his sons Edward (since deceased), George and his daughter Jane
He died 2 March 1794, leaving a widow and Edward, George, Jane and Catherine (since deceased) and seised of £76000 £3% consolidated Bank annuities £666-13-4d. £3% reduced annuities and £500 long annuities
His widow died 20 November 1794
By appointment dated 1 February 1798, Lascelles Iremonger and Charles Shard appointed Edward Gregory Morant as joint trustee to replace Elizabeth Mary Morant deceased
Recities that Edward Morant did not bequeathe his personal estate attached to his plantations in jamaica and Lascelles Iremonger and Charles Shard were advised by counsel that it constituted part of his residuary estate and therefore passed to John Morant deceased and became part of his estate; the negroes constiuted real estate and therefore passed to his eldest son; the livestock, working tools and plantation supplies were personality and therefore passed to his younger children
Recites that the usual time of getting in the crop in Jamaica was from January to May and John Morant died in the middle of the crop. Counsel advised that part of the crop was to be settled according to Jamaican law
Recites that the trustees appointed managers of the Jamaica estate and it appeared that the real estate of the late Edward Morant was indebted to the executors of John Morant in £36248-5-6d
Recites that John Morant, eldest son of John Morant deceased became 21 on 27 January 1808 and he subsequently disentailed the estates of his father and grandfather
Recites that John Morant deceased leased a pen and lands in Jamaica for 21 years or lives of Charles Dixon and Clara Elizabeth Dixon in July 1793
Recites that John Morant made no appointment of the sum of £10000 devised to him by Edward Morant so that it became devisable betweenhis daughters and younger sons (i.e. Jane and George Morant) and this has notbeen paid but interest has been paid to the trustees
Recites that John Morant (before his death) entered into various contracts with Percival Lewis esquire for purchasing various properties near Brockenhurst and £8008-10s. was paid out by the executors but the parties changed their minds and suits were presented in Chancery as to the right of John Morant to the premises
Recites Chancery decretal order dated 20 February 1809 whereby it was ordered that the sum of £8008 10s. and the interest paid should be part of the personal estate of John Morant deceased
Recites that the sum of £36248-5-6d. owing from the estate in Jamaica was paid to the trustees
Recites that John Morant deceased was seised of various leasehold and freehold estates at Brockenhurst and in 1800 the guardians of John Morant the infant decided to sell an estate at Sway to raise money to pay off the land tax on the other estates
Recites that Edward Thomas Morant, one of the younger sons of John Morant deceased died 2 September 1809 aged 21 and unmarried; Jane Morant his sister was 21 on 15 December 1809; George Morant his brother was 21 on 14 October last
Recites Release dated 10 April 1810 whereby Jane Morant (in receipt of her share in the trust fund) released the trustees
Recites that the sum of £8008-10s. and interest was not paid by Percival Lewis as directed by the chancery decree and another order
Recites that Percival Lewis by Lease and Release dated 30-31 July 1810 conveyed freehold premises to the trustees as security for payment of the sum of £8008-10s. plus interest and there is £10838-17-4d. now due
Recites that the trustees have paid George Morant his share in the estate

Assignment  6M80/F/B7  1813

Contents:
In consideration of 10s. of the specified securities and a moiety of the leasehold premises at Brockenhurst and Ringwood to (ii) and Release by (ii) 10 July 53 George III, 1813
(i) Lascelles Iremonger and Charles Shard
(ii) George Morant
(iii) Jane Morant
Recites that (ii) was 21 in October 1812 and (i) transferred his moiety of his father's personal estate and leasehold estates at Ringwood and Brockenhurst, except those estates which were in mortgage
Recites that (ii) and (iii) have agreed to divide the mortgage securities as evenly between them as possible, and (i) have transferred the securities in the first schedule to (iii) and in the second schedule to (ii)

Declaration of trust  6M80/F/B8  1823

Contents:
Regarding £1000 Bank £3% Consolidated annuities for the benefit of Edward Hall, son of Marianne Hall, late of Sotley Cottage near Brockenhurst, now of Petonringer (?) near Sarum, Wiltshire (born 22 April 1823) 13 September 4 George IV, 1823
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House esquire
(ii) Richard Smith of Basinghall Street, London, gentleman, George Rickards of London, gentleman and Frederick Morton of White Hart Court, Greenchurch Street, London, merchant
(ii) Shall hold stock on trust during the joint lives of (i) and Edward Hall, until the latter is 21, to invest all the interest if (i) dies before Edward Hall is 21, then from (i)'s death during Edward Hall's minority, trustees shall use some of the interest for his maintenance and education When Edward Hall is 21 the principal shall be paid to him; if he dies during his minority, the interest shall be paid to his mother for life
If Edward Hall dies during his minority, the principal shall be paid to (i) subject only to Marianne Hall's interest
Endorsed are various statements of dividends which have accrued on the principal

Settlement  6M80/F/B9  1823

Contents:
Of stock on the marriage of (i) and (ii), 17 September 1823
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst House, esquire
(ii) Hon. Caroline Augusta Hay, commonly called Lady Caroline Augusta Hay, a minor aged 19, third daughter of William Hay Carr, late Earl of Erroll deceased
(iii) Freeman Willis Eliot of Cumberland Street, Portman Square, Marylebone, Middlesex, esquire, guardian and maternal uncle of (ii); Rt. Hon. William George Hay Carr, Earl of Erroll, brother of (ii)
(iv) Edward Gregory Morant Gale of Upham House, Hants, esquire; Samuel Lambert of Hinde Street, Manchester Square, Marylebone, esquire, Lieutenant Colonel in H.M. Army
Enclosed is a receipt for £20,000 invested by (iii) and (iv) in Consolidated £3% annuities

Mortgage  6M80/F/B10  1845

Contents:
Of (i)'s interest under his father's marriage settlement of 5 April 1813 (see F/B5) for £500, 11 June 1845
(i) George Morant the younger of Shirley House, Carickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, esquire
(ii) Henry John Morant of Farnborough, esquire

Further settlement  6M80/F/B11  1848

Contents:
(Following death of Mary Morant, wife of (i) on 17 February 1838) and appointment of (ii) as new trustees to replace Lascelles Iremonger (who died February 1830) and Charles Byam Wollaston (who died February 1840), 11 May 1848
(i) George Morant
(ii) Reverend James Shirley of Frettenham, Norfolk clerk and John Arthur Lambert esquire, captain in H.M. First or Grenadier Regiment of Guards
(iii) John Morant, Evelyn John Shirley and parties in (ii)

Deed of further charge  6M80/F/B12  25 Mar 1852

Contents:
On (i)'s interest under his father's settlement for £500
Parties as in F/B10

Notice of settlement  6M80/F/B13  1852, 1860

Contents:
Made on marriage of Reverend Henry John Morant, clerk (son of George Morant) and Caroline Graham, spinster, daughter of Sir Sandford Graham baronet by deed dated 25 May 1852, whereby Henry John Morant assigned part of the estate to which he was entitled under his father's marriage settlement, to trustees, 7 Jun 1852
Pinned to this notice is a receipt for shares in £3% annuities, 2 June 1860

Notice to the trustees  6M80/F/B14  22 April 1869

Contents:
Of the marriage settlement of George Morant that Henry John Morant has assigned his share in the settlement to Cyril Clarke Graham

Deed of disclaimer  6M80/F/B15  24 January 1876

Contents:
By Charles Hare Hemphill of 23 Merrion Square South, Dublin esquire, one of H.M. Counsel of trusts reposed in him by will of his brother in law George Morant junior late of Shirley House, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, esquire (dated 4 June 1872) who died 7 September 1874

Assignment of mortgage  6M80/F/B16  1878

Contents:
In consideration of £420 paid to (i) and £100 paid to (ii), 5 June 1878
(i) Jane Davis of Portland, Dorset, widow
(ii) William White of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, Dorset, lodging house keeper
(iii) Charles Philip Morant how of Creech St. Michael, Somerset, gentleman
(iv) Francis Edward Smith of Crediton, Devon, gentleman
Legacy of £2500 payable to (iii) under the will of his father, George Morant the younger (dated 14 June 1872) on the death of his mother, Lydia Morant

Mortgage  6M80/F/B17  1878

Contents:
For £100, 12 November 1878
(i) Charles Philip Morant of Taunton, Somerset, esquire
(ii) John Newcombe of Crediton, Devon, gentleman
Premises as in F/B1
This mortgage is subject to a mortgage dated 5 June 1878 for £800 and interest (sic) to Francis Edward Smith

Notice of mortage (F/B17)  6M80/F/B18-19  12 Nov 1878

2 copies

Contents:
By (i) to (ii)
(i) Smith, Spice and Smith, solicitors to Charles Philip Morant and John Newcombe
(ii) Colonel Horatio Morant and captain George Digby Morant, trustee of the will of George Morant esquire deceased

Assignment of legacy  6M80/F/B20  1879

Contents:
24 June 1879
(i) Francis Edward Smith of Crediton, Devon, gentleman
(ii) John Newcombe of Crediton, gentleman
(iii) Charles Philip Morant of Taunton, Somerset, esquire
(iv) Reverend Thomas William Whale of Dolton, Devon, clerk in holy orders
Recites will of George Morant the younger late of Shirley House, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland esquire who died 7 September 1874
Recites Assignment dated 5 June 1878 whereby Charles Philip Morant assigned the legacy of £2500 (to which he was entitled under his father's will) to Francis Edward Smith as security for £800 and interest; by deed, of 2 January, 1879 and 18 March 1879, the further sums of £70 and £30 were charged on the legacy
By another Assignment dated 12 November 1878 the legacy was charged with a further £100 lent to Charles Philip Morant by John Newcombe
Recites that Charles Philip Morant has agreed to sell the legacy to Thomas William Whale for £1305 of which £900 is to be paid to (i) and £100 to (ii)

Notice of assignment (F/B20  6M80/F/B21  24 June 1879

3 copies

Contents:
(i) Smith, Squires and Smith, solicitors to Thomas William Whale
(ii) Colonel Horatio Harbord Morant, George Churchill esquire and Captain George Digby Morant, trustees of the will of George Morant esquire deceased
There are three copies of this notice and each one is signed by a different party in (ii)

Mortgage by assignment  6M80/F/B22  17 Dec 1881

Contents:
For securing (i)'s account with (ii)
(i) John Morant of Brockenhurst Park, esquire
(ii) Frederick Halsey Janson, Thomas Pix Cobb, and John Michael Pearson all of 41 Finsbury Circus, London, solicitors in the firm of 'Janson, Cohb and Pearson'
8 policies of Assurance on the life of John Morant, granted by Eagle Assurance Company (detailed in schedule)

Appointment of new trustee  6M80/F/B23  1 Jul 1890

Contents:
Under the will of George Morant the younger of Shirley House, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, to replace George Churchill (who died 12 November 1889)
(i) George Digby Morant of 84 Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington Middlesex, Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy
(ii) Charles Morant Churchill of No. 7 Bina Gardens, South Kensington, Middlesex, Lieutenant Colonel, late of H.M. Royal West Kent Regiment

Release and indemnity  6M80/F/B24  26 Jul 1895

Contents:
On the sale of £926-10s. India £3% stock for £1000-11-6d. paid to (ii) under the terms of the will of George Morant the younger of Shirley House, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland
(i) Lydia Morant of 10 Victoria Terrace, Weymouth, Dorset, widow (who has a life interest in the trust funds)
(ii) George Digby Morant of Admiralty House, Chatham, Kent, Admiral in the Royal Navy
(iii) George Digby Morant, and Charles Morant Churchill of Holmwood Park, Wimborne, Dorset, Lieutenant Colonel, late of H.M. Royal West Kent Regiment trustees of the will of George Morant the younger

Release and indemnity (as F/B24)  6M80/F/B25  14 Jul 1898

Contents:
On sale of £1053-6-4d. India £3% stock for £1128-7-4d. paid to (ii)
(i) Lydia Morant of 10 Victoria Terrace, Weymouth, Dorset, widow
(ii) George Digby Morant of 31 Redcliffe Square, London, Vice-Admiral in the Royal Navy
(iii) George Digby Morant; and Charles Morant Churchill of 17 Courtfield Gardens, London, Lieutenant Colonel late of H.M. Royal West Kent Regiment

Office copy will and codicil of Robert Hicks of Ringwood, gentleman  6M80/F/B26  1807-1823

Contents:
Executors: my brother Barnabas Hicks; my nephew Robert Hicks of Afton, Isle of Wight, gentleman; my brother-in-law Charles Sainte Barbe esquire; and Richard Williams of Martin, Wiltshire, gentleman
Date of will: 20 January 1807
Date of codicil: 5 March 1822
Note of probate: 30 July 1823

Office copy will of Robert Hicks of Afton, parish of Freshwater, Isle of Wight, esquire  6M80/F/B27  1830-1833

Contents:
Executors: my wife, Catherine; and Charles and Samuel St. Barbe of Lymington, bankers
Dated 6 June 1830
Note of probate, 29 March 1833

Extracts from several parish registers recording baptisms, burials and marriages of members of the Hicks family  6M80/F/B28  1862

Copy will of Robert Henning Parr of Poole, gentleman  6M80/F/B29  1837-1852

Contents:
Eldest brother and heir of William Parr, late of Poole, gentleman deceased, who was eldest son and heir of Thomas Parr late of Poole, gentleman but formerly of Mighton, Lancashire
All property to wife Sarah Jane Parr, who is appointed sole executrix
Dated: 6 February 1837
Proved: 26 April 1852

Certificate of burial of Mary Draper Etheridge, widow of James Etheridge, printer, of Christchurch Street, Ringwood, aged 80 on 22 March 1877  6M80/F/B30  1881

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following bills were found either loose, or in bundles according to the year of payment. Therefore it is assumed that the loose bills fell out of the bundles and they have now been put back with them. Some bills were paid or receipted two or three years after the date of purchase and this has been noted

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A1  1856-1857

Contents:
For picture framing, clothing and shoes, repair work, music etc

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A2  1857-1858

Contents:
For music lessons, a scarf bought in Rome, stationery, for a riding habit and for tuition for 3 girls

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A3  1858-1859

Contents:
For fabric (some purchased 1856), food, stationery, furnishing, clothes, music (purchased 1856), and haberdashery

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A4  1859-1860

Contents:
For board and wages, spectacles, sports equipment (including skipping ropes, shuttlecocks, cricket and tennis balls), sewing alterations, music and music lessons, clothes, haberdashery, furnishings, picture framing and hanging, flowers, perfume (purchased 1858), and for thatching a cottage, with abstract of bills paid

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A5  1860-1861

Contents:
For shoes, lingerie, flower stands, food and wine, stationery (some purchased 1859), travelling expenses, music, subscriptions to Lymington Horticultural Society, interior decorations, bonnets, parasols (purchased 1859) sealskin fur (purchased April 1858), Brockenhurst Clothing Club, porcelain (purchased 1858), and haberdashery, with abstract of bills paid

Bills paid by Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A6  1861-1862

Contents:
For carpentry work, window frames, bedding, frames for portraits (purchased 1859) furnishings, to the poor club, jewellery, picture-hanging, music lessons and music

Bills paid by Lady Morant  6M80/F/A7  1862-1863

Contents:
For sports equipment, the poor club, flowers (purchased 1860), haberdashery and charity at Brockenhurst

Account book of Lady H. Morant with E. Butt for the purchase of material  6M80/F/A8  April 1858 - August 1859

Bundle of bills of Lady Henrietta Morant for jewellery, needlework, schooling, ?wages, photographs and portraits  6M80/F/A9  1856-1862

Letter from M.A. Ash at Brockenhurst to Lady Morant  6M80/F/A10  1861

Contents:
Sending local news and requesting payment of £8-6-5d. owed to him for sundries up to 28 March 1861. The letter is receipted 7 August 1861

Letter from E.T. Dunning (?) of Sandbeck Park, Rotherham to Lady ?Henrietta  6M80/F/A11  10 September 1862

Contents:
The letter is illegible. It bears scribbled accounts

List of jewellery, coral set, family portraits, plate and books, possibly for insurance purposes  6M80/F/A12  nd[mid 19th century]

Undated bill for photographs for Lady Henrietta Morant  6M80/F/A13  nd[mid 19th century]

Bill for £5-3-6d. for guttering work done for J. Morant esquire by Josh. Pearce  6M80/F/A14  1862

Contents:
Paid 26 April 1862

Bill for £10-15-2d. for paperhanging at Moortown House and Hightown Farm by Wm. Ghrimes for John Morant esquire  6M80/F/A15  1862

Contents:
March 1861-March 1862 (paid 26 April 1862)

Receipt for £10 for half a year's pension paid by John Morant esquire to James Shotten  6M80/F/A16  23 May 1862

Receipt for £11-11s. paid by John Morant esquire to Stephen Street, churchwarden of Ringwood, for the poor  6M80/F/A17  24 October 1862

Bill for £238-3-6d., with receipt annexed  6M80/F/A18  1862

Contents:
For hardware, ironmongery etc. supplied by John Shalders for J. Morant esquire October 1861 - October 1862

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Copy appointment of royal commission of enquiry to hear case set out in certain articles (not specified in this document)  6M80/Z1  7 May 1638

Certified extract from Ringwood baptism register  6M80/Z2  1789

Contents:
Recording baptism of Henry Combe Compton, son of John and Catharine Compton 19 February 1789

An Act for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Ringwood in the County of Southampton, 47 George III  6M80/Z3  1807

An Act for Inclosing Lands within the Parish of Harbridge in the county Southampton  6M80/Z4  17 March 1817

Arithmetical notes (purpose is unclear)  6M80/Z5  nd[19th century]

Rec ipe for the treatment of eruptions and discoloration of the skin  6M80/Z6  nd[19th century]

Deed of covenants  6M80/Z7  1685

Contents:
11 July 1 James II, 1685
(i) Henry Hedges of the close of the canons of the Cathedral church of Sarum, Wiltshire, chirurgeon
(ii) Thomas Bennett of New Sarum, grocer
(iii) Thomas Dennett of New Sarum, gentleman
(i), (ii) and (iii) are commissioners appointed under Act of Parliament of 16-17 Charles II for making the River Avon navigable from Christchurch to New Sarum and for making a harbour near Christchurch and for taking the profits
Now the parties agree to take equal shares in the undertaking

Notice of hearing  6M80/Z8  19 April 1688

Contents:
In Sarum City Counsel House on 20 April 1688 for determining the case between Mr. Thomas Dennett, gentleman, and Mr. Henry Hedges concerning the navigation of River Avon from Christchurch to New Sarum
(i) Robert Payne, deputy town clerk
(ii) Thomas Dennett, gentleman

Printed report of John Smeaton, engineer on Christchurch harbour  6M80/Z9  20-21 May 1762

Two Acts relating to Fishing  6M80/Z10  1705, 1714

Contents:
An Act for the Encrease and better Preservation of Salmon and other Fish in the Rivers within the Counties of Southampton and Wilts, 1705; and An Act for the better preventing fresh Fish taken by foreigners being imported into this kingdom; and for the preservation of the fry of Fish; and for the giving Leave to import Lobsters and Turbets in Foreign Bottoms; and for the Preservation of Salmon within several Rivers in that Part of this Kingdom called England, 1714

Printed poster by E. Harbin, steward of George Rose, proprietor of the salmon fisheries on the Rivers Stour and Avon, warning of prosecution for those who destroy young salmon  6M80/Z11  November 1816

Letter from John Richman to John Morant esquire concerning the notice he gave to John Morant's gamekeeper against fishing in the Lymington River  6M80/Z12  24 June 1820

Poster by Henry St. John Neale, Conservator warning of prosecution for infringement of Acts of Parliament for the protection of salmon  6M80/Z13  13 September 1828

12 copies

Notice by Henry St. John Neale, Conservator warning about prosecution if the Acts for protection of young salmon are infringed  6M80/Z14  10 June 1830

39 copies

Report from the Select Committee on British Channel Fisheries with Minutes of Evidence and Appendix  6M80/Z15  16 August 1833

Contents:
Printed for the House of Commons

Statement of Moses Watten, employee of John Mills, regarding John Day who cut weeds in R. Avon without authority  6M80/Z16  14 March 1839

An Act  6M80/Z17  28 July 1843

Contents:
To repeal so much of an Act of the First Year of King George the First as limits the Time for taking and being restrained from taking Salmon in certain Rivers; and to amend and extend the Provisions of an Act of the fifty-eighth Year of King George the Third to the Rivers therein mentioned

Bill for 5s. for posting bills warning caution for salmon catching by John Roo for H. St. J. Neale esq  6M80/Z18  1845

Poster by Henry St. John Neale, Conservator, advising caution against infringement of Act of 58 George III, for protection of Salmon, in the River Avon  6M80/Z19  1845

Contents:
6 January (December has been written on two copies 1845 (11 copies) Enclosed is a manuscript notice that the lessees intend to draw the Racks at Knapp and Winckton Weirs one month earlier than legally required, in order to allow as much time for the early salmon to spawn. 16 August 1845 (3 copies)

Notice by Henry St. John Neale, Conservator warning about prosecution if the Acts for the protection of young salmon in the Rivers Avon and Stour are infringed  6M80/Z20  31 October 1848

5 copies

Notes for a lawsuit in the Exchequer court  6M80/Z21  1852-1853

Conditions of access: Not fit for production

Contents:
Between John Perchard, complainant and Ambrose Kellewey, defendant concerning the fishing and the royalties of the River Avon and the River Stower 16 Victoria

Poster by Henry St. John Neale, Conservator advising caution against infringement of fishing regulations  6M80/Z22  13 Aug 1855

3 copies

Papers relating to the case of Regina v. John Wiseman  6M80/Z23  1856-1857

Contents:
Accused of taking salmon in the River Avon, contrary to statute of 58 George III Includes statements of witnesses, Thomas Hurdle and son and minutes of the hearing. Wiseman was found not guilty technically but 'morally guilty'

Printed grant  6M80/Z24  Jul 1857

28 copies

Contents:
By Henry Francis Forster and Francis Frederick Lovell lessees of part of the Christchurch Royalty Fishery, of right to take flounders and crabs for bait, between Blackberry Point and The Rocks on the Mudeford side of Christchurch Harbour at specified times
The names of the grantees are not written in

Poster forbidding use of net, pot or engine for fishing or taking bait in the Christchurch Royalty Fishery  6M80/Z25  25 July 1857

25 copies

Plan of the River Avon between the School House and 'Walton's Ford' produced in the case of Mills v. Turner  6M80/Z26  1872

Map of River Avon near Streaming Bridge and Stonen Bridge  6M80/Z27  nd [c 1872]

Contents:
With index The map is marked number 2 and the index refers to several points mentioned in evidence presumably in the above case

Notes evidently relating to the River Avon and the fishing there  6M80/Z28  nd[19th century]

The document is badly faded due to damp

Printed licence  6M80/Z29  nd[19th century]

Contents:
By John Mills of Bisterne House, esquire, lord of the manors of Olds and Winckton Westbury, and Bisterne and Crow to (grantees' name has not been written in) to use boat on River Avon within the limits of the fisheries between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. to cut weeds for the use of cows

Plan of the River Avon in the parish of Sopley showing a fishery belonging to Honourable Anne Fane  6M80/Z30  nd[19th century]

Plan of the river and millstreams at Harbridge and Ringwood showing the fisheries  6M80/Z31  nd[19th century]

Contents:
There is a note that the map was 'Traced from a Second Class Map'

Printed 'Memorandum For the Gamekeepers' on the laws relative to the preserving and taking of salmon  6M80/Z32  nd[19th century]

17 copies

Agreement  6M80/Z33  31 May 1875

Contents:
By (i) to hold £6300 (repayment of which was secured to him by deed dated 4 December 1873) on trust as to £5300 for himself and as to £1000 on trust for (ii)
(i) William Samuel Morant of Park Hill House near Lyndhurst, esquire, Captain in H.M. Army
(ii) Timothy Edward Cobb of Banbury, Oxfordshire, banker
Consideration £1000 paid by (ii) to (i)

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