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Reference C
Covering dates 1407-1929
Held by Northamptonshire Record Office
Extent 3404 docs
Archival history The Cokayne library books and Irish victualling accounts were removed for sale in 2003.
Source of acquisition Accession 1936/58
Creators Cokayne family of Rushton, Northamptonshire
Arrangement C 429 - C 475 Cokayne Manuscript Books
C 476 - C 487 Letters: Personal 1851-1867
C 488 - C 504 Letters: Herald's Appointment 1848-1859
C 505 - C 533 Letters: Personal 1837-1859
C 534 - C 538 Misc. Financial Letters
C 539 - C 541 Re Death of Col. J.L. Chester 1882
C 542 - C 545 Solicitors Letters: Death of Borlase Adams & Norton Cokayne
C 546 - C 562 Financial Letters & Settlements
C 563 - C 575 Lawyers Bills of Costs
C 576 - C 580 Papers re Barbara Adams deceased 1904
C 581 - C 589 Settlement of George Edward Cokayne's estate & executors accounts
C 590 - C 595 Cokayne papers: Financial
C 596 - C 620 Will & Executorship Accounts of G.E.O.
C 621 - C 628 Misc. Letters & Papers
C 629 - C 645 Re Death of Eliza Adams
C 646 - C 661 M.W. Cokayne's Theological MSS Books
C 662 - C 667 Cokayne MSS Books
C 668 - C 3394 Miscellaneous Papers
Related information (Further Cokayne records are in the Maunsell of Thorpe Malsor collection.) (Rushton estate accounts 1809-1817 are in the Bodleian Library.)

Administrative history:
Artificial collection of records created by George Edward Cokayne concerning the Viscounts Cullen of Rushton and related families.
Rushton Hall was purchased from the Treshams in 1614 by Sir William Cokayne (d.1626) a London merchant and financier who became Lord Mayor. His son Charles lived at Rushton and was made Viscount Cullen in 1642. The 2nd Lady Cullen was a Restoration beauty who almost bankrupted the family. The 5th Lord Cullen (d.1802) was a noted race horse owner. The last Viscount died in 1810 and the estates were split between 10 co-heiresses, the daughters of the Hon. William Cokayne who married Barbara Hill of Rothwell. Mrs Cokayne (d.1838) later took the additional name Medlycott on becoming heiress to Thomas Medlycott of Cottingham. One of the daughters Mrs Mary Anne Adams had a son George Edward who took the name Cokayne. Others married into the Pery, Maunsell, Assheton and Austen families. George Edward Cokayne, the originator of this collection, was Clarenceux King of Arms and editor of The Complete Peerage. His son Sir Brien Cokayne was Governor of the Bank of England 1918-1920, and was created Lord Cullen of Ashbourne in 1920. Rushton Hall had been sold to William Williams Hope in 1828.

Contents:
Deeds for estates in Rushton, Southwark and Combe Nevill (Surrey), Broad Street., London, Nethercote, Swepstone, Elmesthorpe and Earl Shilton (Leicestershire), South Denchworth, Circott and Hyde (Berkshire) and Hanging Grimston (Yorkshire). Late 16th/early 17th C. business papers of Cokaynes of London including as victualler to the army in Ireland and on fisheries, cloth and soap. Factor's reports and letters from Middleburg 1618/1619 and Antwerp 1625. Correspondence 1600-1684 including steward's letters 1620s. London household accounts 1646 and inventories of [1599] and 1689.
Deeds and papers for related families: Maunsell of Windsor, London and Thorp Malsor 1612-1663, Hill of Rothwell 1632-1920 and Willoughby of Parham 1666-1688. Medlycott of Cottingham 1680-1759 including letter book of Charles Medlycott as H.M. Commissary of Stores in Lisbon 1700-1714.
Adams of Chastleton (Oxfordshire) 1662-1849 including correspondence 1773-1851 and papers on Chastleton tithes 1664-1849. Cokayne of Ashbourne (Derbyshire) 1407-1673 also with properties in Clifton, Kniveton, Oscoate, Ballidon and Bradborne (all Derbyshire) and Cokayne of Pooley and Leek Wootton (Warwickshire) 1592-1671. Correspondence of Miss Ann Mapletoft and Mrs A.M. Mapletoft 1794-1860 including letters from William Bennett, Bishop of Cloyne.
Papers of George Edward Cokayne including personal correspondence 1860-1882, diaries 1849-1911, journal of Garter missions in Europe 1858-1882, accounts at Oxford and as a herald, records of 'Nobody's Club'. Genealogical notes, pedigrees and papers for editorship of 'Peerage' etc. Diaries of Brien Cokayne, Lord Cullen 1911-1929.



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  C 2265  1802-1856

Contents:
Letters to Ann Mapletoft.
From her family: G. Maunsell, E.C. Pery, B.M. Cockayne, and William Cockayne, 1802.
1802 1
1805 1
1809 1 undated 7
1829 1
1825 1
1848 1 1827 1
1856 1 1852 1
1839 1
1838 1

[no title]  C 2266  1794-1856

Contents:
Letters to Miss Ann Mapletoft
From members of the family and friends: Caroline Warren, William Cockayne, B.M. Cockayne, B. Cockayne Medlycott, G. Maunsell etc. etc.
1794 1
1798 1
1800 1
1801 1
1802 1
1804 1
1805 2
1812 1
1816 1
1821 2
1824 1
1826 1
1835 2
1836 2
1837 2 (27)
1838 1
1842 1
1856 1
N.D. 4

[no title]  C 2267  1804-1824

Contents:
Letters to Miss Ann Mapletoft
From her mother, Mrs. Anna-Marie Mapletoft.
Death of William Cockayne in 1809 described.
1804 1
1809 3
1811 2
1814 1 (15)
1824 3 (15)
N.D. 5

[no title]  C 2268  1802-1860

Contents:
Letters to Miss Ann Mapletoft.
From friends and relations.
Mainly from D. Vardy, E. Haggitt and B.C.M. (Barbara Cockayne Medlycott).
1802 1
1812 1
1815 2
1820 1
1823 1
1825 1
1832 1
1833 1
1834 2
1835 2
1836 1
1843 1
1846 1
1852 1
1853 1
1857 1
1859 1
1860 1
N.D. 4 (25)

[no title]  C 2269  1796-1805

Contents:
Letters to Mrs. and Miss Mapletoft, and one to Rev. Nathaniel Mapletoft.
From Frances Bennett from Ireland and one from William Bennett, Bishop of Cloyne.
1796 1
1798 2
1799 1
1802 2
1804 1 (10)
1805 1
Undated 2

[no title]  C 2270  1814

Contents:
Letters to the Hon. Mrs Mapletoft
From Frances Bennett
(Née Mapletoft)
N.D. 1 (6)
1814 5 (6)

[no title]  C 2271  circa 1820s-1823

Contents:
Letters to Miss Ann Mapletoft
From a friend: Mary Ann Dod.
(Only one dated with the year = 1823).
N.D. 6 (7)
1823 1 (7)

[no title]  C 2272  1810-1860

Contents:
Letters to Mrs. & Miss Mapletoft
From various members of the Slye family
C. Beville Slye to Mrs. Mapletoft
Martha Slye to Miss A. Mapletoft
Mary Slye to Miss A. Mapletoft
1810 1
1814 1
1825 2
1827 1
1833 1
1834 2
1835 3
1836 2
1838 1
1839 1
1846 1 (22)
1852 2
1855 1
1860 1
N.D. 2

[no title]  C 2273  1825-1855

Contents:
Letters to Miss Ann Mapletoft
Mainly from B.C.M (Barbara Cockayne-Medlycott) and E. Haggitt.
1825 1
1826 1
1832 1 (16)
1833 6 (16)
1840 1
1855 1
N.D. 5

[no title]  C 2274  circa 1825-1855

Contents:
Few financial papers relating to the Mapletoft and Bennett family
2 letters from G.L. Baker, Lincolns Inn Fields, Funeral costs for Mrs. Bennett etc.

[no title]  C 2275  c XIX Century

Contents:
Envelope +
1) 1 Key
2) 1 small circular seal box, with impression of ADAMS seal inside: by Longman, Waterloo Place, London.
3) 1 loose seal: heraldic: per pale the dexter Or a cross gu, in 1 & 4 a lion rampant, the sinister a fess gu, in chief az a demi-lion rampant, in base per pale or & ermine a dexter hand palm facing on the or.

[no title]  C 2276  May-July 1885

Contents:
4 letters from Barbara M. Adams - George Edward Cokayne's sister.
Lansdowne Crescent, Cheltenham
Re difficulties over her house, landlady and servants. George Edward Cokayne's replies, copies are also there.

[no title]  C 2277  1852-1890

MSS

Contents:
A/c Book: George Edward Cokayne in account with Miss Eliza Adams.
Showing income and expenditure fairly detailed.

[no title]  C 2278  1891-1911

Contents:
Continuation of C 2277: Miss Eliza Adams: her account with George Edward Cokayne.
Fairly detailed accounts of income and expenditure.

[no title]  C 2279  1910

Contents:
Lady Day Rent on nos 6, 8, and 10. Charlwood Rd, Putney.
George Edward Cokayne in account with Messrs A.W. Taylor and Co., 159 High Street, Putney, S.W.
For Miss E. Adams.

[no title]  C 2280  March 1911

Contents:
Bills etc. arising out of the funeral of Miss Eliza Adams
Including certificate from Putney Vale Cemetery.

[no title]  C 2281  March 1911

Contents:
Re Miss Eliza Adams, decd.
Making valuations, & inspection of 6, 8, & 10 Charlwood Rd.
A.W. Taylor, Auctioneers etc, Auction Survey & Estate Offices, 159 High Street, Putney S.W.

[no title]  C 2282  May 1887

Contents:
Bill of Costs
Crawley Arnold and Co, 1881-86, to Miss (Eliza) Adams in relation to the sale of her property, Ashbourne House, in Putney - with receipt.

[no title]  C 2283  March-April 1906

Contents:
Bill of Costs
Crawley, Arnold & Co. 3 Arlington Street, St. James's.
To Miss Eliza Adams
Re transference of conveyance on Rothwell property from George Edward Cokayne.
To Miss E. A.
With receipt.

[no title]  C 2284  circa 1911

Contents:
Page of rough figures and calculations re estate and will of Eliz Adams
& some scrappy notes of valuations by D.A. Bevan & Co.
By George Edward Cokayne.

[no title]  C 2285  1874-1890

Contents:
Account Book
1) Household a/cs of Georgiana Catherine Adams, Jan-Sept 1879 & George Edward Cokaynes a/cs after her death then.
2) A/cs of Borlase Hill Adams & George Edward Cokayne in respect of £3400 which they held in trust for George Hill Adams under will of his mother G.C. Adams
No 2) is by George Edward Cokayne.

[no title]  C 2286  July-November 1882

Contents:
Letters from Dr. R.O. Maugham
54 Faubourg St. Honore, Paris.
From Borlase H. Adams, and Dr. Semelaigne, Chateau de St. James, Neuilly-sur-Seine
To George Edward Cokayne.
All re Rev. Geo. Hill Adams, who is under Confinement of Dr. Semelaigne, and has petitiioned the British Embassy and the Home Office to have his case reviewed: letters re medical examinations etc.

[no title]  C 2287  1880-1900
Language:  English and French

Contents:
Letters & Papers
All re Rev. George Hill Adams (George Edward Cokayne's nephew) who was confined to a French asylum for insanity.
Financial papers, doctors letters and reports (the latter in French), family letters on the subject etc.
Includes a detailed Bill of Costs: I.T.B. Sewell's Charges to G. H. Adams - 1879-1894.

[no title]  C 2288  1878-1880

Contents:
Letters, financial papers etc. arising from the death of Mrs. Georgiana Adams (-George Edward Cokayne's sister).
Including copy (unsigned) of her will, directions to her executors testamentary dispositions etc.
Letters from her son in Christchurch Australia, & some re son Hill Adams.

[no title]  C 2289  circa 1903

Contents:
Financial letters and papers re the De Chair Trust.
George Edward Cokayne was a trustee for Rev. F.B. de Chair, for the Coopers of Morley Rectory and others. Much correspondence with solicitors Cowland, Cowland & Gryll of Launceston, Cornwall - notes of stocks etc. The trust was created by Mrs Harriet Cooper in 1863 for her daughter Mrs. F.B. de Chair & other.

[no title]  C 2290  Will 30 November 1761; Proved 19 October 1765

Papered seal of P.C.C.; Parchment.

Contents:
Letters of Administration on Will of James ADAMS of parish of Mocking als Mucking, Essex, Esq.
Granted to: Rev. James Adams, Clerk, & Patience Thomas Adams his sons.

[no title]  C 2291  18 July 1849

(4 copies)

Contents:
Sale Catalogue: Freehold estate of Dairy and arable farm in Parish of Chastleton, Oxon.
With a plan.
Auctioneers: Farebrother, Clark & Lye 6 Lancaster Place Strand
Solicitors: Baker & Co, 52 Lincolns Inn fields

[no title]  C 2292  18 July 1849

Contents:
Another Copy of C 2291.
Endorsed + notes by George Edward Cokayne of its sale to Rev. G. Adams, & his sale of it in 1851, to Hon. & Rev. - Rice, Dean of Gloucester.

[no title]  C 2293  25 July 1849

Contents:
Sale Catalogue:
Freehold estate contiguous to Oatlands Park, near Walton and Weybridge, & in the parish of Weybridge, Surrey.
Auctioneer: John Dawson, Kingston-on-Thames, & Marlborough Chambers, 49 Pall Mall.

[no title]  C 2294  25 July 1849

Contents:
Sale Catalogue of Freehold farm in parish of Chertsey, Surrey
Auctioneer: John Dawson.

[no title]  C 2295  early XIX Century

Parchment.

Contents:
Small segment of a Deed
Endorsed: "Release & Marriage Settl... Mr. Hoskins and Mrs Manfau ..."
Land: messuages etc in parish of St. Swithin in city of W ---, & land in city of Worcester
To Thomas Bludworth and John Atkinson in trust for Elizabeth Manfau .

[no title]  C 2296  26 May 1793

Sig & seal papered of (1).; Stamped with notes of visitations 1820, 1825, 1850 & others illegible.

Contents:
Institution as Deacon
(1) George Bishop of Lincoln
To (2) Henry ADAMS, BA, Fellow of St. Johns College, Oxford.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2297  21 December 1794

Sig & Papered seal of (1).

Contents:
Institution as Priest
(1) Edward Bishop of Oxford
To (2) Henry Adams BA, Fellow of St. John's, Oxford.
Same endorsement as C 2296.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2298  2 July 1815

Paper.

Contents:
Certificate of Subscriptions & Reading-in.
Henry Adams, BD. Rector Bardwell, Suffolk
2 visitation endorsements: 1846 & 1850 of Thomas, Ely.
Signed & witnessed.

[no title]  C 2299  29 June 1815

Papered seal of Norwich Chancellor

Contents:
Subscription Certificate
Charles Sutton DD, Commissary to Henry, Bishop of Norwich
To Henry Adams, BD. Rector of Bardwell, Suffolk.
Sig of (1).
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2300  29 June 1815

Sig & seal (2)

Contents:
Declaration of Conformation to the Liturgy of the Church of England
Henry Adams BD.
To Charles Sutton, DD. Commissary of Henry Bishop of Norwich.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2301  8 July 1815

Contents:
Order for Induction of Henry Adams BD. to Bardwell Church, Suffolk.
John Gooch Archdeacon of Sudbury, Diocese of Norwich
To ?
Endorsed by Certificate of Inducytion by Thomas B. Syer Curate 10/vii/1815
Endorsed with visitation Stamps.

[no title]  C 2302  29 June 1815

Chancellors seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Certificate of Admission
Charles Sutton, DD. Commissary of Henry Bishop of Norwich
To Henry Adams BD.
To Bardwell, Suffolk.
On presentation of President of Scholars of St. John's, Oxford.
Sig. of (1)

[no title]  C 2303  circa 1852

Contents:
Copy of Will and 4 Codicils
Of Rev. Henry Adams of
Bardwell, Suffolk - will dated 1819 - last codicil 1851

[no title]  C 2304  circa 1852

Contents:
Heads of the Marriage Settlement of Rev. Henry Adams with Miss Elizabeth Boldero
1819 - 1834
Baker & Co.

[no title]  C 2305  1852

Contents:
Copy of Residuary Account - Inland Revenue
Arising out of Real & personal estate of Rev. Henry Adams, late of Bardwell.
With additions by Borlase Hill Adams.

[no title]  C 2306  31 August 1821

4 sigs & seals - 2 armorial (Adam); Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance & Mortgage
(1) Rev. James ADAMS of Chastleton, Oxon, Clerk, & Maria his wife
(2) Thomas DAVIES of Little Compton, Gloucs. gent. Trustee for estate of late Richard Lyne, deed. & for (3)
(3) John DAVIS of Chipping-Norton, Oxon, gent.
For £1100; & £250-0.-0. & 5/- (2) to (1) of messuage at Brookend in parish of Chastleton - Oxon
(1) to have & hold land unto (2) for joint lives of (1) until money be paid
On trust that (2) shall pay £197-10-0. per year.
Other Trusts specified.
Endorsed with yearly payments 1826-33 with memorandum of the cancelling of the deed in 1833
: Signed by George Adams & Thos. Davies.

[no title]  C 2307  20 May 1833

3 seals & 1 papered seal of Richard, Oxford. 3 sheets

Contents:
Indenture Deed of Exchange
(1) Rev. George ADAMS, Clerk, Rector of Chastleton, Oxon,
(2) Maria ADAMS, widow, of Chastleton, & patroness of the benefice
(3) Hon. & Rt. Rev. Richard, BISHOP of OXFORD
(4) Maria ADAMS (as above) tenant for life of premises in the Second Schedule
For 10/- (2) & (4) to (1)
Of messuage in Chastleton specified in the first schedule (1) to (4) with consent of (2) & (3)
For ever.
In exchange for another mess. in Chastleton in the 2nd Schedule, and grant vice versa.
The two Schedules are included
Plan included on 1st membrane.
4 sigs.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2308  1838

Contents:
Letters to Rev. George Adams, Farndon Rectory, Market Harborough, & Chastleton, Moreton-in-the-Marsh.
All from Baker & Co. Lincolns Inn Fields - re the conveyance of 2 acres
Save one from T.J. Dunell, Papton, 22 Feb. 1838.

[no title]  C 2309  1833

Contents:
Form of Prayer & Thanksgiving for 14 April 1833.
For deliverance from grievous disease.

[no title]  C 2310  1 September 1789

Contents:
Letter: John Whateley, Chadhurst, near Kineton.
To Patience Thos. Adams, Esq. Hatton Garden, Holbourn, London.
Re survey & calculation of the Tythes of Chastleton.

[no title]  C 2311  June 1789

Contents:
Survey & Valuation of Chastleton, Oxon for calculation of Tythes - which are marked. by John Whateley.

[no title]  C 2312  3 February 1759

Contents:
Receipt: Wm Shrigley to Rev. James Adams of £9-18-10¼ for 1st fruits of Chastleton

[no title]  C 2313  16 January 1835

Contents:
Receipt: Geo. Taylor to Rev. G. Adams for £15-4-0.

[no title]  C 2314  6 January 1830

Faint V.G. seal. MSS. Paper.

Contents:
Marriage Licence
Joseph Phillimore, LLD. Vicar General of Richard, Bishop of Oxford
To Edward PARSONS of Chipping-norton, Oxon, bachelor & Ann GARNER of Chastleton, Oxon, spinster
Sig. of Dep. Reg.

[no title]  C 2315  12 March 1834

Contents:
Letter.
William Adams. Russell Square
To George Adams. Chastleton, near Moreton in Marsh
Re some legal matters.

[no title]  C 2316  2 May 1833

Contents:
Letter.
Baker & Hodson, 52 Lincolns Inn Fields
To Dr. Adams, 64 Russell Sq.
Re return of Chastleton deeds.

[no title]  C 2317  after 1831

Contents:
Extract from Probate of will of Patience Thomas Adams Esq. dated 15 May 1793.
Re devise of Chastleton lands.

[no title]  C 2318  12 January 1833

Contents:
Letter.
William Adams, Russell Square
To George. (Adams, of Chastleton)
Re title to the Rectory & estate of Chastleton.

[no title]  C 2319  after 1825

Contents:
Abstract of Marriage Settlement of Rev. James Adams & Maria
Cranage
N.D. watermark 1825
Lands & advowson specified. (with note on settlement) at Chastleton

[no title]  C 2320  Undated XVIII Century

Contents:
"Rent Roll of 14 yardlands belonging to Mrs. Jones', given me by herself" O for Tythe.
Writing certified by I Ingram as being of his predecessor, Mr. Biggs.
? of Chastleton.

[no title]  C 2321  10 May 1833

Contents:
Letter: William Adams, 64, Russell Square
To Revd. George Adams
Re solicitor's Collection of deeds.

[no title]  C 2322  1824-1836

Contents:
10 Letters: Thomas C. Porter, Tenby, South Wales, & Birlingham
To Rev. James Adams 1824-30 Rev. George Adams 1832-36
Chastleton, near Moreton in Marsh.
Re money & family affairs.

[no title]  C 2323  12 March 1838

Contents:
Letter:
Goslings & Sharpe, London
To Rev. George Adams, Chastleton Moreton in Marsh
Re investments (with amounts) they have made.

[no title]  C 2324  1833

Contents:
Bill of Costs & Receipt
Findon & Wood
To Rev. George Adams
Bill: 1832 - April 1833
Receipt: 3rd. Aug. 1833
Re the Chastleton exchange £59-6-5.

[no title]  C 2325  1 August 1833

Contents:
Bill of Coats paid through Messrs Walker and Locke, Oxford, to Rev. Geo. Adams.
Re. Chastleton exchange.£13-8-0.

[no title]  C 2326  August 1832

Contents:
Bill for making a Survey & Valuation of certain Chastleton lands for an exchange.
Wm. Insall to Rev. Geo. Adams.

[no title]  C 2327  21 March 1832

Contents:
Form of Prayer on above day for parson of sins, and for removal of grievous disease.

[no title]  C 2328  1830

Contents:
Form of Prayer on account of the Troubled State of certain parts of the United kingdom.

[no title]  C 2329  1831

Contents:
Prayers to be used during the Continuance of our Danger from the Pestilence nov; spreading over a great Part of Europe.

[no title]  C 2330  1714; 1814-1815

Contents:
Letters Thos. P. Pothergill, High Down, Hitchin, to Rev. Jas Adams
Re Chastleton Charity Money
Extract from XV111 c doc stating the money given by Mrs Milcah Greenwood to the Poor of Chastleton, 29 October 1753

[no title]  C 2331  1832

Red leather bound

Contents:
Poole's Gentleman Pocket Memorandum Book for 1832.
With list of bankers, Law days etc.
No entries after Feb. but lot of a/cs at the end under Dec.

[no title]  C 2332  1833

Red leather "bound".

Contents:
Poole's Gentleman's Pocket Memorandum Book for 1833
No entries after June.

[no title]  C 2333  1686-1713

MSS

Contents:
List of Tythe Rents: Chastleton and Brookend, Oxon.
A/cs paid quarterly - all carefully listed.
In a Book, with the covers gone.

[no title]  C 2334  1715-1788

Contents:
Book of the Grazing Tithe of Chastleton and sometimes of the Flowing Tythe
Fairly detailed.

[no title]  C 2335  March 1791

MSS

Contents:
Book.
Measure & Value of Maiden Timber on the farms late Barnwells and Slatters in Brookend in Parish of Chastleton, Oxon, by Edmund Webb

[no title]  C 2336  circa 1789

18 loose pages

Contents:
Account of the Parish of Chastleton, Oxon.
In relation to composition to be paid for Rectorial and Vicarial Tythes. Extracted from Whately's Survey 1789.

[no title]  C 2337  1835; 1838

Contents:
Two Bills: R. Taylor & Son, wholesale & retail mercers, drapers hatters etc.
Moreton in Marsh, Gloucs.
To Rev. G. Adams.

[no title]  C 2338  1829-1835

Contents:
Account of Sacrament money received by, and expended on the Poor of Chastleton
By the Rector.

[no title]  C 2339  1836. 1838

Contents:
General Account Book
Income & expenditure of the Rector: G. Adams
Letter enclosed from Baker & Co, 52 Lincolns Inn Fields, 6 March 1838 re grant of advowson to Sir Richard Westmacott.

[no title]  C 2340  1834-1838

Contents:
(? Household) A/c book
Not very detailed - some household items in it eg: Crockery, yeast, matches etc.
(Recurring payments to Nannies)
? of Geo. Adams house ?

[no title]  C 2341  28 April 1791

Contents:
Copy of Marriage Articles dated 11 Feb. 1774.
Between Henry Zachariah Jervis of the Hill, in parish of Cheswardine, Salop. Esq & Sarah Pigot Spinster of Peploe, Hodnet, Salop.

[no title]  C 2342  28 May 1788

single sheet

Contents:
Sale Catalogue
Of Freehold Estate in parishes of Chastleton, Oxon, and Evenload, Worcs.
To be auctioned at White-Hart Inn, Chipping-Norton.

[no title]  C 2343  late XVIII Century

Contents:
The Division of late Barnwells farm, bought by P.T. Adams and Richard Davis.

[no title]  C 2344  circa 1790

Contents:
Copy of Indented Articles of Agreement 10 Sept. 1790
(1) between Henry Zachariah Jarvis of Cheswardine, Salop, Esq, &
(2) Richard Davis of Stitchbrook, Chastleton, Oxon. gent.
To buy messuage in Chastleton & another at Brookend, timber etc.
For £1000-0.-0. (2) to (1)
& £4900-0.-0. (2) to (1)
The Sale Catalogue, C 2342, belongs to this: reference being made to it.

[no title]  C 2345  25 April 1741

Contents:
Receipt:
Wm Armichad for Langston's Towgoods & Amery
To Patience Thos. Adams
On a/c of Messrs Paget Cosgan and Winter.
£4200-0.-0.

[no title]  C 2346  1790-1791

Contents:
Bill of Costs.
Thomas Winter to Patience Thomas Adams including receipt.
Re buying land.
£21-13-10.

[no title]  C 2347  21 September 1790

Contents:
Letter:
Richard Davis, Kitebrook.
To Patience Thos. Adams, Bushey Grove, Watford, Harts.
With draft reply by P.T.A. re loan of £1000.

[no title]  C 2348  circa 1790-1791 XVIII Century

Contents:
Draft, rough, of C 2343 :
Division by P.T. Adams & Rd. Davis.

[no title]  C 2349  20 July 1790

Contents:
Letter: Tho. Winter, Chipping Norton
To Patience Thomas Adams
No. 39, Hatton Street, Holborn, London.
With particulars of freehold estate in Chastleton Parish, & situate at Brookend.

[no title]  C 2350  19 August 1790

Contents:
Letter Richard Davis, Kitebrook
To P.T. Adams, Bushey Grove
Watford, Hearts.
Re buying of Jervis' farms.

[no title]  C 2351  31 March 1832

Stamped seal of the Earl of Macclesfield, Cust. Rot. Oxon.

Contents:
Certificate of Subscription
Revd. George Adams Rector of Chastleton
At the Quarter Sessions held at Oxford.

[no title]  C 2352  10 & 27 March 1832

Seal of Archdeaconry of Oxford.

Contents:
Order for the Induction
Of Revd. George Adams into Chastleton
Charles Carr, Archdeacon of Oxford:
Certificate of induction on other side: by Jeremiah Scholefield, Rector of Barton on the Heath. 27 March 1832

[no title]  C 2353  5 March 1832

Contents:
Certificate of Conformation to the English Liturgy: George Adams
Certified by Revd. Charles Barter, Rector of Sarsden & Rural Dean, Commissary of Richard Bp. of Oxford.
Small papered seal. Oxford impaling ?

[no title]  C 2354  5 March 1832

Contents:
Certificate of Subscription to the 39 Articles etc.
George Adams.
Charles Barter, Commissary etc.
Papered seal.

[no title]  C 2355  1 April 1832

Contents:
Memorandum of the Reading-In of George Adams to Chastleton.
By the Churchwarden & 2 others.

[no title]  C 2356  21 January 1789

Certified by papered seal & sig. of E. Oxford. MSS. Paper.

Contents:
Declaration of Subscription to the C. of E. Liturgy.
James Adams

[no title]  C 2357  25 January 1789

Contents:
Certificate of James Adams Reading-In at Chastleton.
Certified by the Churchwardens. MSS. Paper.

[no title]  C 2358  21 January 1789

Papered Archdeaconry Seal. MSS.

Contents:
Order for the Induction of James Adams to Chastleton, Rectory etc.
By George Turner, DD. Archdeacon of Oxford.

[no title]  C 2359  3 March 1814

Contents:
Letter W. Wiltshire, Hitchin
To Rev. James Adams, Chastleton.
Re a bequest of £500 to poor of C.

[no title]  C 2360  21 January 1789

Paper.

Contents:
Certificate of Subscription to the 39 Articles.
Edward, Bishop of Oxford to James Adams MA, re Chastleton
Sig & Papered Seal: E. Oxford. MSS.

[no title]  C 2361  Undated circa 1780-1790

Contents:
Valuation by Willia, Morgan of next presentation to the to the Living of Chastleton. Oxon.
Copy.

[no title]  C 2362  30 October 1785

Contents:
Letter Th. G. Fothergill, High Down.
To - (? Rev. Jas Adams)
Description of Chastleton, amount of tythes etc.

[no title]  C 2363  31 August 1821

Paper

Contents:
Attornment of Tenants of Rev. James Adams to Thomas Davis of Little Compton, Gloucs. gent.
Two sigs: Edward Rushall
William Rushall

[no title]  C 2364  26 January 1831

Contents:
Receipt for money paid on account John Kingdom to Rev. J. Adams.£26-0-0.

[no title]  C 2365  June 1834-April 1835

Contents:
Bill: (Receipted)
William Roberts, Surgeon, Moreton in Marsh to Overseer of Chastleton Parish Fairly detailed.
£18-9-0.

[no title]  C 2366  16 February 1832

Contents:
Letter Edward Toller Doctors Commons to Dr. Adams
Re an a/c for his (Adams) nephew.

[no title]  C 2367  Undated circa 1820s

Contents:
Rough note of Taxes
Land Tax Assessment & the House Tax.
No names

[no title]  C 2368  28 April 1835

Contents:
Receipt for 'Tenths' from Chastleton Rectory.
Venables - Receiver.

[no title]  C 2369  September or October 1831

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement to Let.
(1) Maria Adams, widow of late Revd. James A. of Chastleton, Oxon
(2) William Goffe, late of Hooke Norton, Oxon
c 140 Acres in Brookend, late in occupation of William Harbridge.
For £196-0-0. p.a. from year to year.
Fairly rough draft.
No date filled in.
Various conditions specified.

[no title]  C 2370  1816-1821

Contents:
Receipted Bill:-
J.C. Whatley to Rev. James Adams
Lawyers bill - fairly detailed.
£26-12-10.

[no title]  C 2371  5 February 1834

Contents:
Letter.
William Adams, 64 Russell Square to Revd. George Adams, Chastleton, near Moreton-in-Marsh.
Re Marriage Settlement for Harriett (? George's sister ?)

[no title]  C 2372  Undated circa 1832

Seal of 1 Cock.

Contents:
Memorandum: "Case put to Mr. Baker"
Re Securing of £5000 to his sister (Harriet)
To the Rector of Chastleton (George Adams).
Stamped: Benson, Penny Post.

[no title]  C 2373  4 August 1706

Paper
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Certificate of Banns of John Harrison, Miller of Compton Longa, Warws.
& Sara Graies of Chastleton, Oxon.
Published in Long Compton.
Certified: John Marsh, Vicar. (Small note)

[no title]  C 2374  1827-1831

Contents:
3 Receipts for Subs: S.P.C.K.
A. Jones Esq. £3-3-0 17 Feb. 1827
J.H.W. Jones Esq. £1-1-0 30 Mar. 1830
J. Whitmore Jones Esq. £1-1-0 22 April 1831
SPCK, 67 Lincolns Inn Fields

[no title]  C 2375  1827-1831

Contents:
Same as C 2374. 3. SPCK.
Rev. J. Adams £3-3-0 7 Feb. 1827
Rev. J. Adams £1-0-0 30 Mar. 1830
Rev. J. Adams £1-0-0 22 April 1831

[no title]  C 2376  11 August 1834

Contents:
Rough Household Linen Inventory
? Dr. Adams - Russell Square
? George Adams - Chastleton.

[no title]  C 2377  7 January 1832

Contents:
Inventory & Valuation
Of Household Goods etc.
Of late Revd. James Adams
Of Brookend, Chastleton. Oxon.
Valuer: William Lyne of Stowe.

[no title]  C 2378  circa 1832

Contents:
General A/c of effects, expenses, debts, etc. etc.
Rev. Jas. Adams.

[no title]  C 2379  1821

Contents:
Form of Account for Legacy Duty on Residues of Personal Estate
Stamp Office
Personal Estate of Margaret Adams of Chastleton, Oxon.
Will Proved in PCC. 27 Feb. 1821 by Rev. Jas. Adams.

[no title]  C 2380  circa 1832

Contents:
A list of bond and other debts of late Revd. James Adams
Fiarly rough note.

[no title]  C 2381  14 February 1832

Contents:
Account of Personal Estate & of monies arising from Real Estate of Revd. James Adams, decd.
Stamp Office: Legacy Duty on Residues of Personal Estate etc.
Signed: George Adams.

[no title]  C 2382  1839-1843

Contents:
Letters 10 from John Barnes Brookend, 3 from Horatio Westmacott, Chastleton Rectory
To George Adams, Farndon, Market Harborough.
Barnes appears to be the Rev. Adams agent or steward:
Letters re rents, tithes, timber, cattle & the property in general.
Westmacott, the vicar or curate, writes mainly on Parish finance.

[no title]  C 2383  1844-1845; 1848-1849

Contents:
Letters re Chastleton Tithes
Both to & from Rev. Geo. Adams - also Mr. Westmacott, Whitmore Jones & the Tithe Commissioners.
Includes Chastleton appeal against the Tithe Commissioners
- Undated - in Whitmore Jones' letter

[no title]  C 2384  25 October 1824

Sig of (1) half torn off no seal; Paper

Contents:
Bond in £700-0-0.
(1) James ADAMS, clerk, of Chastleton, Oxon.
To (2) Thomas Chinnall PORTER of Burlingham, Worcs. Esq.
To repay £350-0-0.
Receipt of interest 1825-1836 & final cancellation of bond 26 Sept. 1836 endorsed.
Ditto note of a legacy (2) to (1) 25 Oct. 1832 which would on payment by Geo. Adams of £200 cancel bond.

[no title]  C 2385  1838

Contents:
A/cs of Sale of Household Furniture & Effects at Chastleton, property of Revd. G. Adams, 27/28 April 1838
William Lyne, - his a/c.
Auctioneer
Enclosed: Rough a/c of Chastleton rents
Midsummer - Xmas 1850

[no title]  C 2386  6 March 1832

Contents:
Letter Edward Toller, Doctors Commons
To Dr. Adams, Russell Square
( - cancelled & Revd. George Adams written in by different hand)
Re residuary a/c for his father's (Geo. A's) effects.

[no title]  C 2387  14 February 1832

Contents:
Schedule of Debts left by late Revd James Adams.
Signed by Geo. A.
£945-0-0.

[no title]  C 2388  11 January 1832

Contents:
Receipt:
Toller & Son for obtaining administration of Effects of Revd. James Adams.
£31-4-8.

[no title]  C 2389  circa 1832

Contents:
Note of 1/3 part of £200. Stock in the 3% Reduced - in name of Mary Cove.
Dividends noted.

[no title]  C 2390  circa 1832

Contents:
Rough note of income - ? of Revd Jas. Adams with note of total for funeral expenses.

[no title]  C 2391  January 1832

Contents:
Bill of Costs: Expenses in obtaining Letters of Administration of Effects of Rev. Jas. Adams.
(Presumably Toller & Son)
cf. C 2388
Fairly detailed.
£34-4-8.

[no title]  C 2392  (January. February) 1832

Contents:
Note of funeral expenses of late Revd. James Adams.
£47-15-10.

[no title]  C 2393  1831

Contents:
Notes of Arrears of Rents and Tithes due to late Revd. J. Adams. Due Michaelmas & Xmas 1831.

[no title]  C 2394  1 January 1836

Contents:
Receipt & Bill.
R. Taylor & Son, mercers, drapers, hatters etc.
To Rev. G. Adams
Paid: 24 Feb 1837
£16-7-6.

[no title]  C 2395 (i-ii)  18 July 1849

Contents:
Sale Catalogue: Freehold estate in Chastleton, Oxon
Auctioneer: Farebrother, Clark & Lye,
Solicitors: Baker & Co.
(No (2) has some figures added in ink)

[no title]  C 2396  18 October 1848

Contents:
Letter: Henry Adams, Bardwell, to George (Adams, Chastleton)
Re sale of Ducks Nest, Chastleton.

[no title]  C 2397  12 May 1851

Contents:
Letter: Rev. T.S. Durrell, Pipton to George (Adams, Chastleton)
Re Chastleton Rent a/c.

[no title]  C 2398  1850-1851

Contents:
Bill of Costs: Baker & Co. to Geo. Adams
As to sale of Chastleton Estate to Mr. Rice.
Receipt 17 April 1851
£95-11-0.

[no title]  C 2399  11 April 1851

Contents:
Authorisation to Rev. Geo. Adams to receive such rents as fell due on Chastleton estate before above date, which was the date of sale. James Wickens. Solicitors to the purchaser.

[no title]  C 2400  13 April 1850

Contents:
Sale of Timber at Brookend, Chastleton, Oxon.
Property of Rev. Geo. Adams.
Lyne & Co the Auctioneers.
£132-17-6.

[no title]  C 2401  1849

Contents:
Plan of Estate at Chastleton, Oxon.
To be sold by Farebrother, Clark & Lye on 18 July 1849.
Presumably belongs to C 2395.

[no title]  C 2402  January-March 1838

Contents:
4 Letters:
Baker & Co, 52, Lincolns Inn Fields
To Rev. Geo. Adams, Market Harborough & Chastleton.
Re sale of advowson, and his title to it, to Sir Richard Westcott.

[no title]  C 2403  1831-1838

Contents:
28 Letters.
(27) From Dr. William ADAMS 64, Russell Square, London
To George Adams, Chastleton his nephew, including 2 in 1831 to his brother James Adams & one from Toller, Doctors Commons.
All concerning George's legal rights & problems re his fellowship, Chastleton: - deeds, Rectory, advowson etc.

[no title]  C 2404  Undated circa 1830-1835

Contents:
Statement showing present state of Title to Close of Land at Chastleton called Ducks Nest.
1800-1821.

[no title]  C 2405  XIX Century

Printed.

Contents:
Blank Memorandum of Agreement Form
Some pencilled notes on the conditions

[no title]  C 2406  22 April 1788

Contents:
Poor Rate Assessment @ 6d in £ for Chastleton. (copy)
Also list of rents as by Whately's survey.

[no title]  C 2407  2 June 1789

Contents:
Copy of Chastleton Poor rate assessment @ 6d in £.

[no title]  C 2408  30 March 1786

Contents:
Letter:
William Beman, Adlestrop near Chip-Norton.
To P.T. Adams, 39 Hatton Street, Holborn, London enclosing a Rental for 1777 for Chastleton and Brookend quite detailed.

[no title]  C 2409  March 1782

Contents:
Valuation of Estates of Thomas Fothergill Esq in Chastleton, Brookend and Emload.
No name

[no title]  C 2410  23 January 1789

2 sigs & seals papered. Paper.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Rev. James ADAMS, Rector of Chastleton, Oxon
To (2) Patience Thomas ADAMS, Bushey Grove, Bushery, Herts, Esq.
Of all tithes & tenths of Chastleton for 3 years
For £235-0-0. p.a.

[no title]  C 2411  early XIX Century

Contents:
A Rental & Particular of farms in Chastleton and Brookend, Oxon taken in 1777.
With an Abstract.

[no title]  C 2412  late XVIII Century

1 sheet of paper - rough.

Contents:
List, rough, of some tithes payable by 7 people. ? In Chastleton.
A/cs of tithes etc on the other side, heavily cancelled out.

[no title]  C 2413  11 July 1790

Contents:
Letter:
William Beman, Adlestrop to P.T. Adams, Esq.
Hatton Garden, London.
Re Chastleton Poor rate rentals.

[no title]  C 2414  Undated late XVIII Century-early XIX Century

Contents:
Abstract of title to Chastleton tithes 1664-1776.
Very scrawled handwriting

[no title or date]  C 2415

Contents:
Copy: Extract from late Mr. William's Tythe Book: 1788: Chastleton.
Late XVIII c
Early XIX c

[no title]  C 2416  late XVIII Century

Contents:
Extract from Cunningham
"Law Concerning Tythes" p 109.
Few notes.

[no title]  C 2417  Undated late XVIII Century

Contents:
Lists of Rents and Tithe Compositions - at Chastleton - quite detailed

[no title]  C 2418  late XVIII Century

Contents:
Case, rough, for lawyers opinion 1789-91.
Re Chastleton tithes
- Opinion at end in different hand, unsigned & undated, & in some places cancelled.

[no title]  C 2419  Undated late XVIII Century

Contents:
List of Chastleton tithes to be compounded for
& amounts.

[no title]  C 2420  late XVIII Century

Contents:
Abstract of Depositions in case of Mr. John Holloway, against William Green
Taken in June 1664 (a copy)
Re tithe milk in Chastleton

[no title]  C 2421  Undated late XVIII Century

Contents:
Chastleton tithes - to be compounded for as follows
Names & amounts.

[no title]  C 2422  late XVIII Century

Paper.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Sentance of Archdeaconry Court at Oxford, Feb. 1664, in case of John Holloway, Clerk, Rector of Castleton, against William Green
A copy - re tithes.

[no title]  C 2423  3 September 1791

Contents:
Questions & Answers re tithes taken by occupiers of land in Attleburgh.
Signed by William Cooke, Gloucester.
Re tithes in kind.

[no title]  C 2424  early XIX Century; late XVIII Century

Contents:
Copy of case in the Exchequer
Thomas Bateman, Clerk v.
Samuel Aistrop and others
Michaelmas Term 1770.
Re tithes, fruits & revenues, - in money & kind.

[no title]  C 2425  late XVIII Century-early XIV Century

Contents:
Copy of Case for Counsel
Re tithes in kind, what ones are payable, composition payable etc.
John Madocks, Lincolns Inn, 12 April 1771.

[no title]  C 2426  late XVIII Century

Contents:
Verdict of Archdeaconry Court of Oxford Feb. 1664
In case of Holloway against Green.
C 2422 translated.

[no title]  C 2427  18 January 1623 (1624)

Paper.

Contents:
Letter
Hatton FARMOR, Estneston
To Sir William COKAYNE, Knight, in Austin Friars.
W.C. is H. F's Father-in-law; H.F. thanks him for help.

[no title]  C 2428  18 January 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter
Hatton Farmor
To Ladye Mary Cokayne, his mother-in-law.
He sends his own & his wife's thanks for kindnesses.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2429  7 July 1624

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Anna Farmor, Estneston to Sir William Cokayne, her father
Thanks for kindness, and a sturgeon he has sent.

[no title]  C 2430  Martyr. 1624

Contents:
Letter: Anna Farmor, Eston neston to Sir William Cokayne, Austin Friars
Hopes her brother Charles has reached home; horses are ill.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2431  19 July 1626

Contents:
Letter: William Cokayne (Sir) to his son, Charles Cokayne.
Thanks him for news that Lady Farmor has had a son.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2432  8 November-21 January 1630 (1630-1631)

Contents:
"List of Connyes sent to London in Slaughter tyme"
Gives the number, the price of all, date killed, & huntsman.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2433  circa 1632

Contents:
Certificates re Rushton Warren Coneyes
1) Francis Burt: bought whole slaughter 1625; bought ¼, 1630.
2) John Raymond: bought whole slaughter, 1626.
3) Thomas Henesman: re agreements on dealing with coneys, 1630.
4) Jacob Price, citizen & skinner of London has taken account of the Rushton conies, 3 July 1632.
5) William Leycroft, citizen & skinner of London, bought the skins of the conies for 8 of the last 9 years
6) Richard Bancks, citizen & skinner of London has sold the slaughter to Francis Custe & others, 3 July 1632.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2434  14 March 1624 (1625)

Points in chief. Paper.

Contents:
Letter :
J. Amherst, Lewis
To Sir William Cokayne, Brigton
Asking W.C. to favour a marriage of J.A's son with Miss Mary Witcock.
Seal: 3 spears

[no title]  C 2435  26 June 1634

Contents:
Letter :
Thomonde, Dublin
To Mr Cokaine, his son (in-law) (Earl of Thomand to Charles Cokayne)

[no title]  C 2436  15 January 1623 (1624)

Seal: armorial; quarterly (1) Howard; (2) 3 lions passant guardant + a label of 3 points; (3) Cheqny; (4) Lion rampant; Over all: a mullet pierced for difference.

Contents:
Letter :
C. Howard, Letherhead (Charles H, Earl of Nottingham)
To Sir Wylliam Cokayne, Augustine Fryars
Asking W.C. to stand on no terms with the King & the Earl of Holdenesse.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2437  Undated circa 1620's

Contents:
Letter Jo. Dews
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Kt, Brade street
Request for money or help.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2438  September-December 1623

Contents:
Rough Letter Book (2 folios)
? of Sir Willia, Cokayne ?
Most letters to "Harry" & to Mr. Duppa.

[no title]  C 2439  9 March 1670 (1671)

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Andrew, Mears Ashby
To - (Madam)
Thanks etc.

[no title]  C 2440  1 December (circa 1630s)

Contents:
Letter:
Henry Harryes, Temple
To Mr. Charles Cokayne. Combe House.
Re the wanting of a Chamber (? in the Temple) by the Bench.

[no title]  C 2441  8 July 1624

Paper

Contents:
Letter:
Gerard Malynes
To Sir William Cokayne Kt. & alderman
Re an outstanding account of W.C's.
(C 2442 is enclosed, but no connection)

[no title]  C 2442  25 April 1611

Sig & Seal

Contents:
Receipt for £25: Robert Bell
To Sir John Watts, Kt,
William Cokaine, Alderman
Thomas Cordall
Mrs. Moore, widow
For certain ground in towns of Upwell & Outwell in Co. Norf.
Late of my father, Sir Edmund Bell deceased
For ½ years farm.
Of Robt. Bell.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2443  29 September 1634

Paper.; Seal armorial; Seal quarterly 1 & 4: 3 lions passant 2: 3 piles separated in base. 3: A pheon, point in base. Surmounted by Earl's Coronet.

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Thomond
To Marie Cokaine, his daughter Rushton, Northants.
Family affairs; note of attendance at Parliament.
E.

[no title]  C 2444  8 November 1624

Paper.

Contents:
Receipt: Edward, Lord Dudley
To Sir William Cokayne
For £1000-0.-0.
For lease of Priory in Dudley
Sig of (1)

[no title]  C 2445  12 May 1633

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Thomond, Crorragham
To Charles Cokaine, Rushton or to be left at Broad Street
Re payment of C.C's of £3000.

[no title]  C 2446  (26 June 1600) circa 1630

Contents:
Copy of a Quit-Claim
(1) Master, Wardens & Comonalty of the Mystery of Skynners of London
To (2) William Cokayne, son and sole executor of his father, W.C. the elder, died 1599
Of the moiety of W.C. the elder's effects.
6 sigs copied.

[no title]  C 2447  21 November 1748

Contents:
Receipt for 5/-
Sargen Parker
To Charles, Lord Viscount Cullen for his share in a fine.
Sig (1).

[no title]  C 2448  4 October 1683

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Hewaham to Lord Viscount Cullen, Rushton
Re punishment of Colonel Sidney who was insolent on Duke of Monmouth's "Coming in". - due to be executed, on King's warrant.

[no title]  C 2449  2 February 1683 (1684)

Contents:
Letter:
Ed. Griffin. London to Lord Cullen
Mentions death of C's grandson.

[no title]  C 2450  7 November 1634

Contents:
Letter:
Earl of Thomond, Dublin to Charles Cokaine, Esq. Rushton
Money & family affairs.

[no title]  C 2451  23 September 1624

Contents:
Letter:
John Cokayne, Elbing to Sir William Cokayne, his Uncle, Knight & Alderman, London.
Re the "pack house" of the Churchwardens.

[no title]  C 2452  April-February 1678 (1678-1679)

Contents:
Account of Robert Clarkson, Esq. to Rt. Hon. Lord Cullen
Draper's account for £17-17-0

[no title]  C 2453  c mid XVII Century

Contents:
Letter: C. C.
To "Sweete"
Expressing gratitude to Earl of Thomond & Lady Mary ? to a sister of Mary C.C. = Charles Cokayne.

[no title]  C 2454  10 March 1635 (1636)

Contents:
Letter:
Earl of Thomond to Charles Cokayne, Rushton
Re money affairs.

[no title]  C 2455  Undated ? 1620s

Contents:
Letter:
F. Williams to William Salusbery at Sir William Cokayne's house
F.W. is W.S's master & reproaches him for not pleasing W.C.

[no title]  C 2456  28 January 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter:
Maurice Fleckman, Coombe to Sir William Cokayne, at Mr. Wm Cokaynes in Austin Friars.
Re wood & faggots to be supplied.

[no title]  C 2457  circa 1635

Contents:
Copy Letter to Earl of Thomond from his brother on 8 Dec. 1635
Re Lord Gerard's marriage settlement

[no title]  C 2458  8 January 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter:
Sir Hatton Farmor, Estneston to Sir William Cokayne, his father-in-law.
Re marriage of W.C's daughter with Earl of Holderness.

[no title]  C 2459  30 December 1623

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne to Sir William Cokayne, his father ? from Rushton.
Family affairs - many local people mentioned eg: Spencer's.

[no title]  C 2460  29 July 1638

Contents:
Letter:
Sir Hatton Farmor, Eston-Neston to Charles Cokayne, his brother in law, Esq. Henly on Thames.
Informing C.C. of 2 peoples deaths in case H.F's "sweethart" did not want to come.
Some rough a/cs on back: including horses.

[no title]  C 2461  14 November 1683

Seal: armorial: quarterly: 1 & 4: a Saltine charged + 4 ? wheatsheafs (garbs), & something in the centre. 2 & 3: fretty, in a Canton a lymphad.

Contents:
Letter:
Ben Portlock, Trinity College, Cambridge
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
Thanks for a present.

[no title]  C 2462  4 April 1636

(Torn)

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Thomond to -. probably his daughter, Mary.
Re a family marriage.

[no title]  C 2463  2 August 1626

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
(Sir) William Cokayne, London to his son, Charles, Estneston.
Thanks for a buck C. sent to W.C. & news of dismissal of the French from the Court, & their confinement at Denmarke house until they can be sent to France.

[no title]  C 2464  Undated

Contents:
Number missed:
No documents.

[no title]  C 2465  1 November (circa 1630-1650)

Contents:
Letter:
John Horsey, Dublin to ?Charles Cokayne
Re his lordahip - probably Earl of Thomond.

[no title]  C 2466  27 May 1612 Middle Temple

Paper.

Contents:
Authorisation of Sir George HYDE to Mr Alderman COKAYNE, to pay the bearer £6000. -0.-0.
Also receipt for £6000.-0.-0. by Thomas Garrat, for Sir Geo. Hyde same date.

[no title]  C 2467  14 March 1627 (1628)

Contents:
Letter:
Earl of Thomond to the Lord Viscount SAVA(D)GE (Savage)
Re his daughter, Mary Cockayne.

[no title]  C 2468  (1583/1584-1613). circa 1620

Contents:
Rough Abstract of Title to land in Rushton (- Rushton Hall & estate
26 Eliz - 29 Jan. 10 Jac. in Tresham's hands.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2469  circa 1620

Very rough.

Contents:
Notes on descent of the 3 manors in Rushton, & advowsons etc. & purchases.
17 H. 6-26 Eliz. = 1438/9-1583/4. Odd notes: mention of Sir Thos. Brudnell of Deen & Alderman Cokayne.

[no title]  C 2470  4 August 1620

Contents:
Terrier of Manor of Rushton bought by Sir William Cokayne from Sir Lewis Tresham William Dreden & others

[no title]  C 2471  17 July 1634

Contents:
Letter: Boe Clanch, Dublin to Charles Cokayne Esq, Rushton.

[no title]  C 2472  circa 1620

Paper.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Copy of Grant of Free Warren of Henry ? Vlll to William Tresham in Rushton
10 Nov. 20 Henry (1504/5-H Vll 1528/9-H Vlll)

[no title]  C 2473  30 April 1634

Contents:
Letter:
Earl of Thomond, Bunratty to Charles Cokayne Esq. Rushton family affairs

[no title]  C 2474  November 1631

Contents:
List of the Rents of land at Rushton - mainly in parish of St. Peter's a little in All Saints. & a note about the land.

[no title]  C 2475  6 January 1604 (1605)

(Torn)

Contents:
Receipt for £28-19-0.
Francis Colte to Mr. William Coockine of London, merchant
For quarter's rent of Woodeckes.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2476  circa 1635

Contents:
Letter:
Luke Rawson, Bunratty to Sir Barn. Brim Copy. About financial affairs.

[no title]  C 2477  6 November 1671

Contents:
Letter:
Geo. Duke, London
To -
Thanks for a visit he has paid.

[no title]  C 2479  before 1626

Seal armorial: Per pale, sinister, on a bend, 3 spears heads, dexter 3 ship's wheels, 2 & 1. within a border engrailed.

Contents:
Letter
W. Sharprige
To Sir William Cokayne Kt in Austen Fryars.
W.S. thanking W.C. for employment.

[no title]  C 2480  circa 1618-1620

MSS. Paper.

Contents:
A short Play in heroic Couplets with the Pope, Emperor & King of Spain.

[no title]  C 2481  3 December 1674

Contents:
Letter:
Geo. Duke, Maidstone in Kent
(? to Charles Cokayne
To -
The recipient had taken charge of Duke's children & he asks news

[no title]  C 2482  circa 1620

Contents:
Copy or Translation
Letter
Frederick King of Bohemia
To - - - -
27 April 1620, at Prague.
Thanks for services & promises future reward.

[no title]  C 2483  21 November 1647

Contents:
Letter:
Mary, Countess of Dover
(Formerly Lady Cokayne, widow of Sir Wm. Cokayne).
To her son Lord Cullen
Family affairs.

[no title]  C 2484  28 October 1624

Seal.

Contents:
Letter:
William Cokayne, junior, Elbing
To Sir William Cokayne, Kt. Alderman, London.
As S.W.C. is to become Lord Treasurer W.C. jn. begs for an office under him: & forgiveness for his past foolishness as he wishes to live in Engl.

[no title]  C 2485  30 December 1616

Contents:
Letter: James Maxwell, Whitehall to Sir William Cokayne
Commanding him to wait on the King at Whitehall.

[no title]  C 2486  26 March 1624

Seal armorial: a cross engrailed - in each quarter 3 billets 2 & 1.

Contents:
Letter. Ro. Heath
To Sir William Cokayne
Wanting extension of £500 debt.

[no title]  C 2487  Undated before 1626

Seal: armorial: per pale, sinister, on a chief gules, 3 mullets pierced, 6 crosses fitchée, 3, 2 & 1. dexter. a bend. All surmounted by an Earl's coronet. Earl of Lincoln d. January 1619.

Contents:
Letter
Elizabeth, Countess of Lincoln
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
E.L. apologises for not visiting W.C. & mentions a Knight to marry W.Cs daughter.
Overleaf
Extract from a lease for 19 yrs of 10 Oct. 4 Jac (1606). of forests & trees & the right of hawking, hunting & fowling. No place mentioned.

[no title]  C 2488  5 May 1614

Two sigs of (1) Seal of Tresham armorial. Certified as enrolled in Chancery on dorse. Parchment.

Contents:
Release & Quit Claim
(1) Sir Lewes TRESHAM of Liveden, Bart. Sir Thomas BRUDENELL of Deene, Bart.
To (2) William COKAINE, Citizen & Alderman of London, Broad Street
For a sum unspecified release & quit claim all estate & title in Manor of Rushton, & land at Pipwell.
(Cokayne conveyed it to Tresham for £400 & £4,800 on mortgage; Tresham conveyed his interest to Brudenell, but neither paid any money this release)

[no title]  C 2489  29 April 1572

Contents:
Declaration of a Trading Debt.
(1) Nicholas Luddington, deputy clerke for the Governor of the Company of Merchant Adventurers, now residing in Hambrunghe
Makes known that Nicholas PIERSON, factor for Mr. William COKYN, merchant, citizen & skinner of London, swears on oath that between 13 April - 15 Aug. 1568 he sold merchandise on behalf of William Cokyn of £1236-13-2
To Marselies vander Haydon, Merchant of Franckforde, for which Symon de Koeninck Burgher of Andwerpe stood surety.
Also that Symon paid to Cokyn by exchange in London £100, & vander Haydon paid to Symon the whole value of the debt.
And Symon now owes the debt to Cokyn.
No Sig.
Seal of the Merchant Adventurers.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2490  17 June 1624

1 seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Deed: Agreement to Convey.
(1) Sir Richard HOGHTON of Hoghton, Lancs. Bart
Sir Gilbert HOGHTON, Kt, his son & heir
With (2) Sir William COKAYNE Kt & Alderman of London
Jacob PRICE, his servant
(1) Requests (2) to convey the residue of the manor & lordship of Walton en the Dale, Lancaster
To Sir Humphrey MAY, Kt, Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster
Thomas STANDISH and Edward WRIGHTINTON, Esq
(The manor had been conveyed by Sir Robt. Banaster, with (1)'s consent to (2) on 16 June 1618 for £11,000. to raise which some of the land was sold, & other money came from rents & from licences on wines granted to Wm. Cokayne. (2) having agreed to convey.... )
2 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 2491  28 February 1658 (1659)

1 Sig & seal (1).

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Hon. Bryan COKAYNE, Esq. Son & heir of Charles C. of Rushton, Lord Cullen in Ireland & Elizabeth, Bryan's wife, heiress of Francis Trentham of Rocester, Staffs decd.
To (2) William JOLLY of the Bothom, in parish of Chedleton, Staffs Esq
For £2200-0. -0. (2) to (1)
Manor farm or grange, called Westwoode in parish of Leeke, Staff etc.
For ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2492  16 June 1615

Contents:
Deed Poll Surrender
(1) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepstone, Leics, Kt.
To (2) William COKAYNE, citizen & alderman of London
For reasons unspecified of 30 acre close = Hall Close in S
Leased by (2) to (1) by deed of 12 Feb (1614) for 20 yrs.

[no title]  C 2493  24 February 1589 (1590)

Seal, no sigs. Not armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Deed of Appointment.
William COKAYNE the Younger of London, Skinner
To Symon FRIER
To be his factor for White Salt in the ports of Lyn Rege Norfolk, (King's Lynn), Boston, Lincs. & Kingston Upon Hull in the co. of Kingston Upon Hull.
To be a receiver of moneies for W.C. & Thomas Cokayne, his brother etc. etc.

[no title]  C 2494  16 August 1607

Contents:
Deed Quit Claim
(1) Sir Robert NEWCOMEN of the City of Dublin, Ireland, Knight.
To (2) Sir John JOLLES of London, Kt
William COKAINE of London, merchant
Of £1299-4-4. (1)'s share in.
Due to (1) and (2) from contracts with the Privy Council for the victualling of English sorces in Lempster (Leinster), Ulster and Connaught in Ireland.
Seal of (1)
Seal practically obliterated. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2495  20 March 1615 (1616)

Badley stained.

Contents:
Indenture Agreement: Defeasance.
(1) William COKAYNE, citizen and (? alderman) of London
(2) Sir Lewis TRESHAM of Liveden, Northants, Bart.
For a recognisance had before Sir Henry Hobard, Lord Chief Justice of £500 to (1)
Yet (1) will discharge (2) if (2) will pay to (1) 26/8 p.a. rent for the Church of Rushton St. Peter's, as long as Thomas Hutton shall be priest there.
And £12 p.a. while Richard Henchman shall be parson of Rushton All Saints.
Sig & Seal.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2496  23 December 1611

Sig & Seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Agreement: Defeasance.
(1) William COKAYNE, Citizen & Alderman of London.
(2) Sir Lewis TRESHAM of Rushton, Bart.
For a recognisance = Statute Staple for £8000-0.-0.
Of Rushton Manor unless (2) pays £4200, -0-0. in deed of 21 Dec. 1611 & here (2) agrees that if default of payment is made then (1) shall have the lands.

[no title]  C 2497  10 June 1628

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Years
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London, Esq. son & heir of Sir Wm Cokayne, decd.
(2) William COKAYNE of Ham, Surrey, gent. for sum unspecified
Of the late barony of Dudley and Priory of Dudley in Worcs & Staffs, that Edward Lord Dudley mortgaged to Sir William Cokayne, 4 Nov. (1624), for £1050-0-0
Default in payment was made & so Sir Wm. C. came into possession
For remainder of 99 yrs.
Sig & Seal (1) armorial.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2498  10 May 1648

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles Lord VISCOUNT CULLEN & Mary his wife
(2) John COKAYNE of Rushton Esq & Thomasin, his wife
For £14-0.-0. p.a. (2) to (1) of 6 acres close - part of Cow close 5 acres close
Both in Rushton All Saints for 99 years
2 sigs seals armorial (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2499  11 January 1660 (1661)

Contents:
Letter:
John Maunsell, London to Daniel Conny, his cousin, Thorpe.
Described a riot in the City of London.

[no title]  C 2500  2 May 1663

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Transference of Term of Years
(1) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq & Susanna his wife
To (2) Richard VARNEY of Alexton, Leics. Esq Robert MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq. Thomas PILKINGTON of Belton, Rutland, Esq.
For £760-0.-0. T.P. to (1)
Of messuage tenement + 1 yardland & 5 acres in Belton, Rutland
& another close of pasture in same
For remainder of 99 years
To Varney & Maunsell on trusts specified.
1 sig, Pilkington.

[no title]  C 2501  21 December 1600

Paper

Contents:
Letter: H. Mordaunt, Thunderley to Mr. Phips, his son-in-law.
Covering note for some money £3-3-0.
E.

[no title]  C 2502 (i)  24 June 1661

Sig & seal armorial (1); Between a chevron 3 ? ravens; A mullet for difference.

Contents:
Declaration & Aquittance
(1) Thomas HASSELLWOOD of Belton, Rutland Esq.
To (2) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, Esq & Susan his wife that (2) has paid £60-0.-0. for use of (1) to George PILKINGTON decd. of Stanton by Dale, Derbys, under the will of (1)'s wife, Dorothy.
This will declared annexed (C 2502 (ii) )

[no title]  C 2502 (ii)  17 & 18 August 1649

Contents:
Will of Dorothy Hassellwood wife of Thomas H. of Belton, Rutland, Esq.
Overleaf: Declaration by Thomas H.
24 Oct. 1649 re a mortgage on lands at Belton for £700.

[no title]  C 2503  7 September 1638

1 sig & seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
(1) Thomas HASELWOOD of Belton, Rutland, Esq.
(2) Charles MORDAUNT of Hampstedd Mid/sex. Esq
John MAUNSELL of Thorpe, Esq
For marriage of (1) & Dorothy Maunsell, various agreements made, one being the payment of £700 to George Pilkington as mortgage money on land at Belton.

[no title]  C 2504  6 September 1638

Contents:
Indenture Marriage Settlement
(1) Thomas HASELWOOD of Belton, Rutl. Esq.
(2) Thomas DIGBY of North Luffenham, Rutland Esq.
Nowell BOTELER of Barnewell, gent.
Charles MORDAUNT of Hempstead M/sex. gent.
John MAUNSELL of Glendon, Esq.
(3) Dorothy MAUNSELL of Woodford Essex, widow
For a marriage of (1) & (3) & for a jointure by (1)
Of 68 acres in forest of Rutland (field names given), ats Leighfield reserving a rent of 5/- to be paid under Letters Patent to the Exchequer
To (2) for use as jointure for (3) & (1)
Sig & seal (3)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2505  9 March 1630

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Thomas HASSELLWOOD of Belton, Rutland, & Jane his wife
George BOTELER of Leighlodge, Rutl. gent.
Elizabeth, Jane & Mary HASSELLWOOD the daughters of Thos & Jane.
(2) John LAXTON of Belton, labourer for £20 (2) to Eliz., Jane, & Mary of cottage, & little close of pasture in Belton
For ever.
Sig (2).

[no title]  C 2506  17 December 1613

Broken Great Seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Exemplification of Chancery Case
Berill Lewes - complainant
William Cokayne, alderman, Sir John Kennedy defendants
Concerned with B. L's mortgage debts to W.C.; Lewes dismissed.

[no title]  C 2507  10 November 1611

3 seals, 2 armorial

Contents:
Deed Quit Claim
(1) William COKAINE the Elder, citizen & Alderman of London
William COKAINE the Younger,
William MORSE, Citizens& Skinners of London
Mathewe CRADOCKE servant of W.C. the Elder
To (2) Sir Lewes TRESHAM of Rushton, Bt.
For considerations unspecified of mansion house at Rushton & the estate.
4 sigs.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2508  13 March 1620

2 Seals, 1 armorial; Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Agreement to Convey
(1) Sir William COKEYNE Kt, Lord Mayor of City of London
(2) Sir George HYDE of Kingston Tisley, Berks.
Sir Robert HYDE of Charlton, Berks. K'S.
For £450-0-0. (2) to (1)
Of Woodclose in Clircote, in Denchworth, Berks.
(1) to (2) for (2) to lease to John Mathew, the rent of £30 p.a. to be paid to (1).
2 Sigs (2)

[no title]  C 2509  19 February 1615 (1616)

Sig & seal (2).

Contents:
Indenture Agreement
(1) William COKAYNE, citizen & Alderman of London
(2) Sir George HYDE of Kingston Lysley, Berks. K.B.
For £2009-10-0. (2) to (1)
(1) will cancel Statute Staple recognisance of £4000.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2510  5 June 1655

Contents:
Indenture Lease for One Year
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles Cokayne, Visc. CULLEN
(2) Bryan COKAYNE, his son & heir
For 5/-
Of Manors & Lordships of Newton Swepstone, and Nethercote, Leics. & advowson of Swepston Church.
Sig & Seal (1).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2511  18 February 1617 (1618)

1 Sig & Seal; Armorial: a saltine, a crescent for difference.

Contents:
Deed: Quit Claim
(1) George GAGE of Rushton, gent
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE citizen & Alderman of London
Of messuage in Rushton by virtue of a mortgage of £400 (1) to (2) on which (1) defaulted.
So for £100 (2) to (1), (1) claims the property to (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2512  16 May 1614

2 sigs & seals armorial. (1); Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Deed: Conveyance
(1) Sir Thomas BRUDENELL of Deene, Bart
Sir Lewes TRESHAM of Liveden, Bart.
To (2) William COKAYNE, Citizen & Alderman of London
Of Manor of Rushton & advowsons of St. Peter's & All Saints, & land in Rushton & Pipwell.
No sum mentioned but an indenture of Bargain & Sale of same date.
(1) Appoint Thomas Henchman and Arthur Hoddels as their attorneys.

[no title]  C 2513  10 November 1606

Sig & seal (1)
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £500
John Bennett Citizen & Skinner of London
To Sir John Jolles, Kt. Alderman of London and
William Cokayne the Elder, Skinner
Condition: to obey award of arbitrators in a case of debt.
Pt.

[no title]  C 2514  27 July 1616

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William COKAYNE, Kt, Citizen and Alderman of London
(2) Gilbert TRESHAM of Deene, gent.
For £130. -3-3. -0: p.a.
Of messuage in Rushton St. Peters & 180 acre field = Lodgefield
120 acres pasture = Lodge leies
40 acres close of pasture
All in Rushton occupied by Thomas Tresham gent. (2)'s father, (wood, hunting & Tryangle Lodge are reserved to (1) ) for 13 years
Proviso if rent unpaid (1) can reclaim.
Sig & Seal (2).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2515  16 January 1618 (1619)

Sig & Seal, armorial, 3 in escutcheons in pale. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Feoffment.
(1) John PHELPS of Cottingham, yeoman
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt, Citizen & Alderman of London
Jacob PRICE his servant.
For money unspecified,
Of Cottage house in Rushton with a dovecote & a close adjoining and another cottage near in Rushton for ever

[no title]  C 2516  4 October 1649

Sig & seal armorial (1): a trefoit slipped within a border of 8 mullers.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, Esq. nephew & heir of Richard M. of Woodford Essex, decd.
(2) John PHIPPS of London, merchant, son & heir of Humfrey P. of London, joyner, decd.
For £60, & the request of Dorothy Maunsell late wife of Richard & mother of John Phipps.
Of messuage tenement: the Sign of the King's Head, in parish of St. Saviour's, Southwark, Surrey
& 2 houses which (2) had conveyed to Richard & Dorothy Maunsell for ever.

[no title]  C 2517  15 April 1626

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt. & Alderman of London
(2) Samuel OGBOURNE of Chilrey, Berks, yeoman
For £46-0-0. p.a.
Of 40 acres of Pasture in South Denkworth, Berks & tithes & a right of way through it for 6 years
Sig & mark of (2).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2518  10 April 1625

1 seal of (2); Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Grant of Entry
(1) Rt. Hon. Edward LORD DUDLEY of Dudley Castle, Staffs.
George BAYLEY his servant
Thomas PARKES of Wallingworth, Staffs, Esq.
(2) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt, Alderman of London
Jacob PRICE citizen & skinner of London
By virtue of bargain & sale of same date, & same parties of manor of Hinley. Staffs grant free entry into the manor, & possession of it.
2 sigs

[no title]  C 2519  8 June 1611

3 sigs & seals (1) & (2).

Contents:
Indenture Transference of a Deed & Land
(1) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe Leics, Knight.
(2) Sir William SEDLEY of Aylesford, Kent, Kt.
Richard SEDLEY of Southfleete, Kent Esq.
(3) William COKAINE of London, Alderman
For sum unspecified
Of land in Elmesthorpe (details given) for 99 years to (3) with (2)'s agreement, and under the deed of 8 Feb. 2 Jac (1605) the condition of paying £2200-0. -0. to (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2520  8 July 1614

Torn & stained. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) William COKAINE, Citizen & Alderman of London.
(2) Sir Martyn Stutevile of Dalham, Suffolk
Robert NEWCOME, Doctor of Laws
For - (unreadable)
Of Manor of Hawnes, Beds & other land (obliterated).
Formerly the property of Sir Robert Newdigate, conveyed by him to (1) & then as jointure for Dame Grisell Newdigate with her consent (1) to (2)
2 sigs (2)

[no title]  C 2521  1 February 1612

Sig & Seal. (1).

Contents:
Indenture Provisional Sale
(1) William COKAYNE citizen & Alderman of London
(2) Sir Robert NEWDIGATE of Hawnes, Bedf.
For sum unspecified of Manor of Hawnes for ever
If (2) pays £5750. Otherwise this deed be void.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2522  19 February 1617 (1618)

no seal. BADLEY PRESERVED

Contents:
Indenture Provisional Release
(1) Sir William COKAYNE Citizen & Alderman of London
Mathew CRADOCKE, citizen & Skinner
To (2) George GAGE of Rishton, gent.
For £1210-0. -0.
Of messuage at Rushton in (2)'s occupation for ever
Sig
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2523  20 June 1627

Broken seal of Canterbury; With another seal on the back ; 2 bars each charged with 3 torteaux.

Contents:
Probate of Will of Sir William Cokaine
With abstract of will.

[no title]  C 2524  16 August 1604

EVERY FRAGILE & BAD CONDITION; Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Conveyance
(1) Sir Thomas BRUDENELL of Deene, Bart.
Sir Lewes TRESHAM of Liveden, Bart.
(2) William COKAINE, Citizen & Alderman of London.
For £15,000-0. -0.
Of Manor of Rushton & land in Rushton & Pipwell & the house of Brudenell called "Hall House"
Lot of land in Rushton & Pipwell specified in detail.
Record of enrollment on dorse.
2 sigs of (1) - Tresham nearly gone.

[no title]  C 2525  16 August 1604

Sig & seal (1).

Contents:
Deed of Acknowledgment
(1) John COLTE, of London, Esq.
To (2) William COKAYNE the elder of London
For £102-10 in part payment of £217.16.8.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2526  9 December 1607

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage
(1) Lewes TRESHAM of Rushton, Esq.
To (2) William COKAINE, Citizen & Skinner of London.
For £3600-0-0.
Of parcels of land in Rushton
- Details given - amounting to 340 acres.
Note of Enrollment on dorse.
Sig of (1). 1 seal. Pt. E.
Endorsed with memo of 1810: that the land itself was part of Geo. Hill of Rowell's estate, & Cokayne's only right was in the crop.

[no title]  C 2527  14 October 1657

1. mark & seal (2). Parchment

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles COKAYNE Lord.V. Cullen
Bryan COKAYNE his son & heir.
Sir William FARMER of Est Neston, Bt.
Thomas COKAYNE of City of London merchant
To (2) Thomas DUDLEY of Swepston. Leics. yeoman, son of Margaret D.
For £15 to Bryan Cokayne. & for 5/- to others of (1).
Of part of messuage in Swepston in (2)'s occupation, ½ of a barn belonging to it, 1½ acre of croft, (all being part of Margaret Dudley's farm) for ever.

[no title]  C 2528  10 July 1614

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William COKAYNE, Citizen & Alderman of London
To (2) Thomas HUTTON, clearke, parson of St. Peter's, Rushton
For
Of 80 acres in (2)'s occupation
22 acres pasture
16 acres
For 99 years.
Peppercorn rent.
Money unspecified.
Sig & seal (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2529  20 February 1606

2 Sigs & seals (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Grant of Annuity.
(1) Sir Robert NUDIGATE of Hawnes, Beds Kt. &
An NEWDIGATE his mother.
To (2) William COKAINE Citizen & Skinner of London
For - money
Of an annuity or yearly rent charge of £200-0-0. issuing from the manor of Hawnes., Beds.
All lands of (1) in Beds (- with some exceptions specified).
For ever
Consideration not specified.

[no title]  C 2530  1637
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Sheriff's Quietus: 5 July 1637
Of Charles COKAYNE, Esq,
Sheriff of Northampton :
11 Nov. 11 Chas 1635
To 12 Nov. 12 Chas - 1636.
Together with his writ of summons to account before barons of the Exchequer on 20 June 13 Chas = 1637.
Pt.

[no title]  C 2531  14 November 1614

VERY BAD CONDITION - INK FLAKING.

Contents:
Licence of James I
To certain merchants of London (- all named) to export woollens & cloth to Low Countries, until their charter is made out, & the Merchant Venturers are not to hinder them.
1 Gt Seal. Broken.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2532  14 May 1614

Great Seal. Good Condition.

Contents:
Same as C 2531 - Royal Licence for exporting cloth & wool to Low Countries, even if not Merchant Venturers.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2533  16 May 1767

Sig & Seal armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Grant of Advowson.
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles, Lord CULLEN
To (2) Sir John PALMER of Carlton, Bart.
George HILL of Rowell, Esq.
For 10/- & of advowsons of Rushton All Saints, & Rushton St. Peters
For 99 years. BUT the first presentation is to be William Cokaine, Lord Cullen's youngest son.

[no title]  C 2534  15 May 1621

no seals.

Contents:
Indenture Assignment.
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Kt. Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Robert HYDE of Charleton, Berks. Kt.
Edmonde FETTIPLACE of Pettcombe Regis, Berks. Esq.
John SAUNDERS of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.
For £1720-16-0. in instalments
Of manor, masnion house.: £40 p.a. rents and 939 acres in Kingston Lisley which were assigned to (1) as security on £4000-0-0. bond of Statute Staple,by Sir George Hyde.
3 sigs Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2535  20 May 1630

no seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London. Esq.
Son & heir or Sir Wm. Cokayne, deed.
William COKAYNE, Citizen & Skinner of London
Mathew CRADDOCK, Citizen & Skinner of London
Thomas HENCHMAN. Citizen & Skinner of London
Jacob PRICE, Cit. & Skinner of London
To (2) Thomas HAUGHTON of Boston, Lines. gent. & Mary his wife.
For £350-0.-0. (2) to Charles Cokayne of Chantry of St. Mary Alderkirke, Lines.
& 2 messuages in Alderkirke, Lines.
& messuages of Thos. Smith in A.
With the £6-12-8 p.a. rents, being part of the late Chantry.
(Which 28 Ap. (1613) James I granted to Francis Morris & Francis Phillips,who sold it to Sir Wm. Cokayne 24 June (1619)
To (2) for ever, to be held of King as of his manor of East Greenwich, Kent, by fealty only.
Covenant to levy a fine.
1 sig (2)

[no title]  C 2536  Undated Before 1626

Paper

Contents:
Answers of Sir William COKAYNE
Knight & Alderman of London, one of defendants,
To the Bill of Complaint of John HORSLEY
Explanation of the various debts owed to him, W.C. by the late Sir Robert Newdigate amounting to
(1) £6236-2-0. secured on manor of Hawnes, now forfeited to W.C.
(2) £600-0.-0. by the mortgage of the hundred of Flytt, Beds.
(3) £960-0.-0. on a Bond of £1600-0.-0. (being £800 principal & £160 interest).
And W.C. describes the various measures that the heir, widow - Dame Grizell and friends of the late R.N. took to repay W.C.
E.

[no title]  C 2537  23 February 1604
Language:  Latin

Contents:
General Pardon
King James I
To William COKAYNE the elder, citizen & skinner, of London.
No seal - gone. Pt.

[no title]  C 2538  15 April 1636

(Seal missing.)

Contents:
Indenture Appointment
(1) Charles COKAINE of Rushton
Esq, now high Sheriff of Northants.
To (2) Anthony NETHERCOATE of Ovendale
(Oundle ?), gent.
Appointing (2) his Under Sheriff.
(1) apptd. during Kings pleasure and date of apptmt. left blank, so (2) is to serve as long as (1) is Sheriff.
Sign of (2).

[no title]  C 2539  11 October 1655

Seal gone.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Hon. Bryan COKAYNE of Rushton Esq.
To (2) Roger HILTON of Wellinaore. Lines gent, (1)'s servant
For the faithful service of (2), & 20 shillings rent p.a. on & from 6 oxgangs of arable land in Wellingore, Lines & a meadow of 16 acres in W.
For 15 years
For 20 sh p. a.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 2540  24 May 1664

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Mortgage
(1) Rt. Hon. Bryan COKAYNE, VISCT. CULLEN
(2) Hon. James SHEFFEILD of Kensington M/sex. Esq. & Jane, his wife
(3) Sir John PELHAM of Halland, Sussex bart.
(4) Rt. noble George DUKE OF ALBEMARLE
Earl of Torrington, etc. Lord Moneke ...Captain General of his majestie's Armies, Master of the Horse, Knight of Garter, Privy Counsellor.
For £2575-0.-0. (4) to (2) at request of (3) & appointment of (1).
Of 674 acres & other land in Barton Seagrave, als. Handred for remainder of 1000 yrs.
Sig of (4)
Seal gone.

[no title]  C 2541  19 November 1638

Bottom torn - no sigs or seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Appointment of Deputy
Lieutenants of Northants
(1) William, Earl of EXETER K.G. Lord
Lieutenant of Northamptonshire
To (2) Sir Rowland ST. JOHN Bart
Sir Lewis WATSON Bart
Sir Rowland EGERTON Bart
Sir Hatton FARMOR
Sir Thomas CAVE
Sir Robert HATTON
Charles COKAINE Esq.
William ELWES
To be his deputies for Northants.

[no title]  C 2542  17 August 1625

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) William WILLIAMSON the elder of St. Ellen Auckland, Co Durham
& Elizabeth his wife
& William WILLIAMSON the younger his son & heir, & Magdaline, his wife
To (2) Charles COKAYNE of London. Esq.
Son & heir of Sir Wm. C. of London, Kt.
For sums unspecified.
Of 160 acres in St. Ellen Auckland
70 acres Co. Durham
170 acres
400
To (2) for ever.
No sigs or seals.
No witnesses. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2543  22 April 1618

Sigs & seals torn off.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Knight and Alderman of London
Mathew CRADDOCK Citizen & Skinner of London
To (2) James WHITTOCK, of Fawley Court Bucks Esq.
Thomas HENCHMAN of Rushton gent.
For money unspecified
Of Capital messuage & 120 acres & 14 acres in Kingston Lisby, Bucks;
Manors of Denchurch, als Dengeworth, Berks; Southdenchworth, Southcott als. Circott, & Hyde, Berks.
'Parsonage Church & advowson of Southdenchworth.
Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics. & tythes of Standrop, in the diocese of Durham
To (2) for ever
Note of enrollment in Chancery 24 Ap. 1618 & on dorse.

[no title]  C 2544  5 February 1679

No sigs, seals or witnesses. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Agreement
(1) Rt. Hon. Bryan Lord CULLEN & Elizabeth his wife
(2) William RICHARDS of parish of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, M/sex. gent.
(3) William WASHBOURNE of -, Northants Esq, and
Thomas ANDREWS of -, Northants
(4) Benjamin PORTLOCK of St. Giles in the fields, M/sex, gent.
By virtue of a fine by (1) to (2) on Castle of Hedingham, Manors of Hedingham, Hedingham Upland, Hedingham Borough, Grayes Players als Bonner Hall & Parks
For 40 yrs or as long as (2) shall live.
Now this agreement (2) to hold land to uses specified - (4) to have rents of £150 p.a. for 4 years.

[no title]  C 2545  2 October 1663

No seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease of Tithes
(1) William RICHARDS, citizen & clothworker of London
(2) Bryan, Lord Visct. CULLEN
For £20-0. -0. p.a.
Of tithes of corn, grain & hay in Midlam, Corneforth & Thisleworth in the County & Bishopric of Durham & £3. p.a. rent and other glebe rents in Midlam, Corneforth & Thisleworth.
To (2) for 100 yrs.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 2546  1 October 1663

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage
(1) Rt. Hon. Bryan Lord CULLEN
(2) William RICHARDS, citizen & clothworker of London
For £150-0. -0.
Of tithes of Midlam, Corneforth & Thisleworth, & £3-0.-0. p.a. rent from M.
For 100 yrs - peppercorn rent.
Sig of (1). No seal. Pt

[no title]  C 2547  1 April 1670

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Brian LORD CULLEN & Elizabeth, his wife
To (2) John GILBERT of Hedinghamatt Castle, Essex, yoeman
For £6-0.0. p.a.
Of 1 messuage at Mustow Greene, Essex
+ 2r 8p. of land.
3a-2r-20p. at Hedinghamat Castle for 12 years.
2 sigs (1) - no seals. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2548  10 July 1633

no seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Agreements
(1) Rt. Hon. Henry, Earl of DOVER
(2) Rt. Hon. Lady Mary COUNTESS of DOVER late wife of Sir Wm. Cokayne, decd.
William COKAYNE, citizens & skinners of London
Mathewe CRDDOCKE, citizens & skinners of London
Jacob PRICE, citizens & skinners of London
(3) Charles COKAYNE Esq. son & heir of Sir William C.
Agreeing together re paying of any debts of the late Sir William Cokayne in equal parts.
1 sig "Cokayne"

[no title]  C 2549  10 May 1605

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage in Fee
(1) William COKAINE, Citizen & Skinner of London.
To (2) John EVELYN Esq. one of the 6 clerks of the Court of Chancery
George EVELYN, his son
Robert EVELYN of London, Esq.
For £120-0-0.
Of Manor of Marden als. Warden in township of Walkomstrede, als. Godstone Tamridge, and Quateram in County of Surrey.
To (2) for ever if unpaid
3 sigs (2) no seals. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2550  8 June 1670

Seals gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Rt. Hon. Bryan Lord CULLEN.
(2) Robert PEIRSON of Forcett, Yorks & Mary his wife, sister of (1)
(3) Nicholas SHUTTLEWORTH of Forcett, Esq.
George TRESHAM of Newton, Northants, Esq.
(4) George BLOUNT of Rushton, Esq.
John VAVASOUR of Spaldington, Yorks. Esq.
For £1200-0.-0. (2) to (1)
Of Rectory & impropriate Church of Midlam, als Midleham, als Bishops Midleam, als Bishops Midleham, in the Co. & B/ric. of Durham, & all glebe lands of Midlam, & tithes.
(1) to (3) on trusts specified.
Sigs of (2)

[no title]  C 2551  23 October 1655

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Rt. Hon. Charles COKAYNE of Rushton, Esq.
(2) Gregory GEERING of Woolson, Berks, yeom. & Gregory GEERING his son
For £150-0.-0. p.a.
Of Manor house of Southdenchworth, Berks & the parsonage barn of SDW 12 yardlands of arable and meadow, + close of pasture adjoining
For 11 years
Sig of (1) seal gone. Pt

[no title]  C 2552  6 June 1655

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance: Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
To (2) Bryan COKAYNE, his son & heir for marriage for marriage of (2)
Of Manors of Swpston, als Swapston, Newton and Nethercote, Co Leics. & all the lands of (1) lying in Barton Seagrave, als Handred
To (2) for ever
Reserving to (1) the right to retransfer part of all of the lands.
Sig of (1)
Seal gone. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2553  4 December 1639

Seal cut off. Parchment.

Contents:
Appointment of Deputy Lieutenants
(1) William EARL OF EXETER Lord Lieutenant of Northants.
Appoints, (2) William FITZWILLIAMS, Esq. Sir Rowland ST. JOHN K.B., Sir Lewis WATSON, Sir Rowland EGERTON, Sir Robert HATTON, David Cecil, Charles COKAINE & William ELWES
As deputy lieutenants
Sig of (1)

[no title]  C 2554  15 December 1719

Contents:
Assignment of moiety of £3000
(1) Mary CRATHORNE of Louvain, Flanders, spinster, edlest d. of Thomas C, late of East Nesse, Yorks, decd. - of Eliz. C. neé Cokain.
To (2) Hon. George COKAINE of Rushton Esq.
(1)'s uncle
For 10/- (2) to (1)
Of moiety of £3000 secured as the jointure of Elizabeth Crathorne, neé Cokaine to (2) on trusts specified

[no title]  C 2555  7 July 1609

Seal gone.

Contents:
Indenture Lease.
(1) Raphe DOCWRA of Fulbourne, Camb. gent.
(2) William COKAIN, citizen & alderman of London.
For £7-5-0.
Of messuage tenement with appt. in parish of St. Peter the Poore, London in (2)'s occupation.
For 21 years.
Sig of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2556  8 November 1613

1 sig & seal; Armorial: a chevron between 3 ?lions heads erased, a crescent for difference.

Contents:
Bargain & Sale
(1) Francis COKAINE, citizen & skinner of London
To (2) Lawrence CAMPE, citizen & draper of London
For £500.-0.-0.
Of messuage in parish of St. Johns in Walbrook, London, where William C, father of (1) decd. lived, which is called the "Syne of the Ship".
And also tenement in the same parish, lately rented to Nicholas Peirson.
For ever.

[no title]  C 2557  22 June 1627

Seal gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Articles of Agreement to Sell
(1) Charles COKAINE of London, Esq.
To (2) Sir Henry FANE of Fairland, Kent, Cofferer to the King
For £2000-0.-0.
Of tithes & oblations of Standrop in Bp. of Durham.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 2558  14 October 1657

(A bit mouse-eaten)

Contents:
Bargain & Sale
(1) Charles COKAYNE, VISCOUNT CULLEN Bryan COKAYNE his son
Sir William FARMER of East Neston, Bt. Thomas COKAYNE of City of London, merchant
To (2) Thomas SMITH of the Newarche of Leicester, Leics. gent.
For £70-0.-0.
Of messuage in Nethercoate, Swepston, Leics + 6 acres adjoining with 3 parcels of ground adjoining.
To (2) for ever.
No sigs or seals or witnesses Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2559  1 July 1617

Seal gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage
(1) Sir William COKAINE Kt & Alderman Mathew CRADDOCKE his servant
(2) Sir John FERRERS of Tamworth Castle, Warws.
For sum unspecified.
Of Greenhill Close = 99 acres in Kingston Lisley, Balking als Bawlkin, and Fawler als Faveler, in Berks.
42 acres close - the Hale - in the same places
For 60 years
Peppercorn rent.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 2560  18 May 1612

Contents:
Mortgage in Fee
(1) Sir George HYDE of Southdenchworth Berks. Kt.
To (2) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London
William COKAINE the younger, cit. & skinner of London.
Mathew CRADDOCK, servant of W.C. the elder.
(3) Thomas HENCHMAN of Ishame William MORSE, cit. & skinner of London
For
Of capital messuage of Kingston Lisly, Berks, & 100 acres land, 42 acres close, close the Hale; 40 acres close. The Gt. Spinny; 11 acres - Reymolds leas; and some 400 acres more (-field names given) in Kingston Lisley, Bawlkin or Fawler.
(1) Covenants to levy a fine & reconvey.
For £7600.
Sigs of (1) & (2)
Seals gone.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2561  10 July 1633

Parchment.

Contents:
Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Henry EARL of DOVER, & Mary his wife, (late wife of Sir Wm. Cokaine)
William COCKAYNE of London, merchant.
Mathew CRADDOCK of London, merchant.
Jacob PRICE of London, merchant.
(2) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton Esq son & heir of Sir W. C. decd.
(3) Sir Thomas FANSHAWE, KB.
Thomas STILES, cit. & skinner of London
For sum unmentioned.
Of the late priory of Dudley, & all its lands in Warwicks and Stafford.
(1) for remainder of 99 yrs to (3) for benefit of (2).
Last sum named = £2808.
2 sigs: (2)
& Thos Stiles.

[no title]  C 2562  Undated late XVI Century-early XVII Century

Good condition.

Contents:
INVENTORY of
House, goods, jewels, plate, leases, debts
Of COCKAINE, late citizen & skinner of London
Prob. of William Cokayne, cit. & skinner, father of Sir William, who died Nov. 1599.
Very full & details inventory - but incomplete - ends in middle of "Doubtful & desparate debts".
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2563  23 December 1662

Sig & Seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Release
(1) Lady Mary COKAINE VISCOUNTESS CULLEN widow of Charles
To (2) Richard HARBORNE of Overston, gent.
Of all right in the messuages & lands etc. in Overston, Holcott, Hanington & Hacckulton in parish of Peddington, that comprise part of jointure of (1), settled in Deed of 20 Jan. (1629) between Charles Cokaine; Dame Mary Cokaine, his mother; William Cokaine, Mathew Cradock, Thos. Henchman, Jacob Price; Earl of Thomond, Sir Hatton Farmer & William Allen.
NO MONEY MENTIONED

[no title]  C 2564  10 February 1630

Seal gone.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles COKAINE of London, Esq.
(2) Richard KNIGHTON of Arthlingborough gent.
For £70-0.-0. p.a.
Of 3 Closes = 80 acres, in parishes of Orlingbury and Picheley; and 200 acres in Barton Seagrave, als Handred.
For 21 years (1) to (2)
For £70 p. a.
Sig of (2).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2565  February & August 1844

Paper.

Contents:
Bill & Receipt.
Account for T. Wolmers clothes: W.T. Maunsell, Esq to E. Mawbey, for coat, waist coat & small clothes.
E.

[no title]  C 2566  28 April 1602

1 seal only. Parchment.

Contents:
Appointment of Attorney
(1) Nicholas HURTE of Overmathefeild, Staffs, gent.
Bassett COPWOOD of Langlie, Derbs. gent.
Godfrey WEBSTER of Chesterfield, Derbs, tanner.
To (2) William TERREY, citizen & draper of London
To be (1)'s attorney in the matter of a legacy of £100 bequeathed by William Cokayne decd to his sister's children, per: William C., citizen & skinner, his executor, son & heir.
3 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 2567  1 April 1611

Seal. armorial: 3 pheons

Contents:
Articles of Agreement re Fishing
(1) Sir John JOLLES, cit. & Alderman of London
To (2) William COKAYNE, ditto
Of 1/2 of 3/4s of the Salmon & Fee fishing & fisheries in Banne, & the Longhewater and river of Longhefoyle, Ulster, Ireland
For 7 years.
They also agree to severally & jointly pay the various costs.
(In an earlier recited Indenture is mentioned W.C. of Edenborough merchant).
Sig of (1).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2568  11 May 1608

¼ Seal.

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage in Fee
(1) William COKAINE, citizen & of London
To (2) Sir Ewsabie ANDREWS of Winwick,
That if (2) defaults in payment of £1300-0.-0. due on a Statute Staple of £2000 to (1).
Then pasture called Great Bonnden in Charwelton & the 'long rode' in the same shall go to (2).
Sig of (1)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2569  21 October
Language:  Dutch and German

Contents:
Letter: N. del Slory, Antwerp
To Sir William Cockain at London

[no title]  C 2570  Undated c early XVII Century

Paper.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Skeleton plan of logical speech;
With refs. to pages of a book

[no title]  C 2571  2 December 1824

Contents:
Letter:
Geo. Leeke Baker
To Hon. Mrs. Cokayne, Rushton Hall Kettering
Re Lord Limerick & the settling of the Mayo estate.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2572  16 February 1715

Sig & seal (1).

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
(1) Earl of ROCKINGHAM
To (2) the Lord CULLIN (Chas, 4th Visc).
To return to (2) the 30 Rascall Deer from Rushton Park which he is now disparking, when (2) wants them again
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2573  29 October 1625

Seal: allusive initials.

Contents:
Letter
William TURNER
To Sir William COKAYNE.
Re payment of £500 debt, & other money affairs.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2574  Undated early XVII Century

Printed.

Contents:
A sheet of Tables

[no title]  C 2575 (a); C 2575 (b)  20 September 1625

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Alex. Baker
To Sir William Cokayne
As Master of the Skinners Co.
Wanting the Clerkship of the Co. for Richard Chandler, Scrivener.
Same: offering as bribe £60 in gold - inclosed in (a).

[no title]  C 2576  28 July 1625

Papered seal.

Contents:
Letter.
John GORE, Mayor, his Mansion house in London
To Sir William COKAINE.
J.G. asks W.C. either to send material help for the distressed poor of London or to come to London to help because of great famine
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2577  29 November 1655

3 sigs & seals (1); Paper.

Contents:
Bond in £100-0.-0.
(1) Brian Cokayne of Rosester, Staffs Esq.
Roger Kinge of Lincolns Inn Esq
Arthur Done of London gent.
To (2) Charles Moore of Doctors Commons gent.
Condition: to repay £51-10.
E.

[no title]  C 2578  19 January early XVIII Century

Contents:
Letter:
May Cockaine, Richmond
To Viscountess Cullen, Rushton, Kettering her niece
Re truffles & Morrells.

[no title]  C 2579  19 April 1600

Contents:
John Maunsell
To Miss Katherine Ward
Long argument concerning the habitation of sin.

[no title]  C 2580  26 October 1824

Contents:
Letter:
Edmond S. Pery, South Hill Park, Bracknell
To Hon. Mrs. Cockayne Medlycott, Rushton Hall, Kettering.
Re an apptmt. for E.S.P. in a legation in Spain

[no title]  C 2581  18 July 1625

Contents:
Letter:
Jacob Price, August. Friars, London
To Sir William Cokayne, Corck Nevill. Combe.
Concerning the movements of his men; describes 3 rings

[no title]  C 2582  30 October 1635

Contents:
Letter: To: Sheriff of Northants
From: William AB. of Canterbury, Thomas Earl of Coventry, Lindsey, Arundell, Surrey, Holland, Neuburgh, Francis Cottington, John Cooke, Francis Windebank, Whitehall.
Instructions how to raise ship-money.

[no title]  C 2583  28 January 1626

Contents:
Letter:
Sir John Suckling, Whitehall
To Sir William Cokaine at Comme House.
Asking W.C. to come to London for a meeting.

[no title]  C 2584  22 May 1679

Contents:
Letter:
Dorothy Wheelowes, Gayton.
To Robert Maunsell Esq.
Her brother, at Mr. Comers - apothecary at White Lyon in Fleet Street.
Re a mortgage & some drink she wants.

[no title]  C 2585  17 July 1710

Contents:
Letter:
Arthur Stent, Lisbon
To Charles Medlycott.
Re money.

[no title]  C 2586  1632-1636

Contents:
Petition of Sir John Lambe
Comissaire & Official of the Arch-deaconry of Leicester, to King
Re dispute with Bp. of Leicester.
7 Feb (1633)
The answer from Whitehall - signed by Francis Windebanke

[no title]  C 2587  Easter 1621

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final Concord
(1) Sir William COKAYNE querunt
Jacob PRICE querunt
(2) Laurence MAYDEWELL, gent & Lucy his wife defendant
Thomas MAYDEWELL gent defendant
Richard MAYDEWELL defendant
Of 60 acres of pasture in Rushton
For £100.

[no title]  C 2588  3 December 1596

Contents:
Copy of Lease of Tithes
Elizabeth
To George DENTON, Mary his wife & Jane their daughter.
Of tithes of grain and corn in parish of Spindleston, part of Bamburghe in Northumbe land, & lately part of monastery of St. Oswald, Yorks.
To (1) then (2) then (3) for the term of their lives
For £5-6-8 p.a.

[no title]  C 2589  13 August 1602

Virtually illegible - Abstract exists.

Contents:
Writing
(1) Robert NEWCOMEN of City of Dublyn, gent.
To (2) William COKAYNE of London, merchant
Assigns all profit in a Brewhouse & horsemyll in Donalong near the River of Loughfoyle & makes void all covenants that W.C. was bound to perform in Indenture of 30 May 43 Eliz (1401) between R.N, W.C. & John Jolles of London, where it is stated that R.N. had had great expense in building the B. & H. & he was to disburse £100, & J.J. & W.C. £250 each for providing stock.
As R.N. did not disburse his £100, hence this writing.
Pt.

[no title]  C 2590  Undated

(cut in half - rt. hand side missing badly damaged).

Contents:
Sir Robert Hartwell
To Francis Tate and James Whitelock
For use of William Cokayne
Re Manor Paston.

[no title]  C 2591  18 July 1612

Last 2 pages mutilated; Paper. Parchment.

Contents:
Copy of Indenture
1. June 1602
(1) Sir Henry HARRINGTON of Bagworth, Leics, & John HARRINGTON, his son.
(2) Anne OFFLEY of London, widow of Will. O, Merchant of the Staple William BESWICK of Spelmonden, Kent Esq.
For marriage of J.H. with Mary, daughter of (2) & jointure etc.
& for £4000-0.-0. (2) to (1)
Of Manor of Lordship of Elmesthorpe, Leics, & a close called Highefeild in Elmesthorpe or Erleshilton & the Advowson of the Parish Church of Elmesthorpe
With various uses & limitations specified
But this agreement shall be void, if (2) has conveyed to her the Manor, grange or farm of Wickham, als Wykeham in parishes of Spalding & Weston, Lincs, & formerly part of Priory of Spalding, now in tenure of Richard Evington & late of Edward Harrington.
(1) Also agrees to convey before 31 June next, to (2) the Manor of Bagworth Lyndridge als Lynridge, Leics, & Bagworth Park, & the Mansion house therein etc.
& lands in B.L. & Thornton, Leics. on uses specified,
Except one annuity rent charge of £200-0.-0. in B.L. & T. payable to Roger Bromley Esq, & Katherine his wife.
Annexed is memo. of 18 July 1612
Certifying that annexed is a verbatin Copy of the deed
- 7 sigs.

[no title]  C 2592  2 January 1619

Sig. & Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Richardson Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Kt. & Ald.
Re business matters.

Note: In C 2592-2658 all dates given are of the OLD STYLE, as used in England, and not the NEW STYLE, as used in Flanders at that time.


[no title]  C 2593  9 January 1619

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Rychardson, Middleburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re trading etc.
Sig. & Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2594  16 January 1619

Seal.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir William Cokayne
P. E.

[no title]  C 2595  2 April 1618

Contents:
Letter
William Kedgwin, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
With a copy of one dated 20 March 1618 (1619 ?)
Re money affairs.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2596  20 March 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business matters
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2597  27 March 1619

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs.

[no title]  C 2598  10 April 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson
To Sir William Cokayne
Re trade & cloths.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2599  1 May 1619

Paper.

Contents:
Letter
Wm. Kedgwin, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
With copy of one 24 April 1619
Re debts & moneys owed to W.C. & W. Ks talks at the Hague
Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2600  15 May 1619

Contents:
Letter
Wm. Kedgwin, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
With copied dated 1 May & 13 May
Mainly re bills and accounts
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2601  1 May 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re money - an appeal to the Hague
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2602  8 May 1619

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs.

[no title]  C 2603  13 May 1619

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Wm. Kedgwin, Middelburg
To Sir William Cokayne
Note of goods shipped by Peter Raynes, with a copy of W.Cs mark in the margin. W.Cs case to be heard at Hague in 8 days.
Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2604  22 May 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business in general.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2605  29 May 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Wm. Kedgwin Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re W.C's case & other business affairs.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2606  31 May 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Wm. Kedgwin, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
List of goods shipped per Willis Boyes: copy of W. Cs mark.
(Different than C 2603)
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2607  5 June 1619

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs.

[no title]  C 2608  27 August 1619

Contents:
Letter:
Peter Allen, Amsterdam
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Thanks & a note re a quarrel between P. A. & Henry Sherlande.
P. E.

[no title]  C 2609  28 July 1625

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Antwerp
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re business.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2610  31 August 1625

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Antwerp
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re a court case.
Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2611  29 October 1625

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re W.C's law cases.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2612  26 December 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re business & money.

[no title]  C 2613  12 December 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re business & lawyers opinions.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2614  5 December 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2615  28 November 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re business matters - price of cloth etc.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2616  14 November 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Mydleborche
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2617  7 November 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re business, debts, and legal cases.

[no title]  C 2618  31 October 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs: bills, money etc.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2619  circa 1618

With 2½ impressions of seal of Thomas Richardson

Contents:
1 Sheet of paper addressed
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Kt & Alderman London
(Probably belonging to C 2620).

[no title]  C 2620  24 October 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
? to Sir Wm. Cokayne ?
Re a court case, & business.
P. E.

[no title]  C 2621  17 October 1618

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Richardson, Middelburgh,
To Sir William Cokayne
Re legal case & opinion.
P. E.

[no title]  C 2622  10 October 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business & lawyers advice
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2622  3 October 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
On business matters.

[no title]  C 2623  26 September 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re a legal dispute with the advocates.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2624  12 September 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Tjomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne,
Business matters & advocates' advice etc.
Seal. P. E.

[no title]  C 2625  19 September 1618

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs, & advice from Advocate Calz.
Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2626  5 September 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Bills of exchange, business & advocates.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2627  29 August 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Accounts & bills of exchange.

[no title]  C 2628  22 August 1618

Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne,
Business & mercantile affairs, lawyers advice etc.
Seal. E.

[no title]  C 2629  15 August 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Mercantile & financial business - & general news.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2630  8 August 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Re W.Cs law case, lawyers opinions etc.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2631  1 August 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wn. Cokayne
Business accounts & a legal sentence re paying of accounts to Mr. Elwes.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2632  25 July 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs & accounts of Advocate Block.

[no title]  C 2633  18 July 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Legal advice over accounts & the dispute re paying Ellwes money.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2634  11 July 1618

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Richardson Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2635  4 July 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
Business affairs.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2636  27 June 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs etc.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2637  20 June 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs.

[no title]  C 2638  30 May 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Mercantile & business matters.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2639  23 May 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs & arrests.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2640  16 May 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs & accounts, & the case of Peter van Peere.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2641  9 May 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir William Cokayne
Business affairs & accounts & Peter van Peere's case.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2642  2 May 1618

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs & accounts - lawyers opinions etc.

[no title]  C 2643  25 April 1618

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2644  18 April 1618

no seal.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm Cokayne.
Mercantile affairs.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2645  11 April 1618

Seal.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business affairs
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2646  15 March 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Note:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Covering note for some merchandize
Copy of Sir W. C's mark, twice written.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2647  15 March 1617 (1618)

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Note :
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Covering note for goods sent by Shipper Antonye Wise, with copy of marks used. On dorse are sums.

[no title]  C 2648  10 March 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
General business.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2649  7 March 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business & accounts.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2650  6 March 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Lawley, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Explaining his actions after a Court case as W.C. is angry with him.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2651  28 February 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Court cases & business in general, & accounts.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2652  January 24 1617 (1618)

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business & mercantile affairs. Endorsed with an order to T.R. to sell cloth.

[no title]  C 2653  14 February 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Mercantile & business affairs and some accounts.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2654  7 February 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Accounts & financial business.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2655  3 January 1617 (1618)

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Richardson Middelburg
To Sir Wm. Cokayne.
Business affairs & financial business.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2656  27 December 1617

(a bit torn & missing).

Contents:
Letter:
Thomas Richardson, Middelburg,
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Business accounts, & affairs. A note endorsed re Peter van Peere.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2657  13 December 1617

Seal armorial: a fess & a bend. Paper.

Contents:
Letter:
Henry Elwes, Middleburg.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re a trade dispute and a debt. W.C. wanted an agreement.

[no title]  C 2658  16 April 1617

Contents:
A sheet of accounts, Middelburg.
Made out & signed by Thomas Richardson.
Will. Cokayne's mark noted down.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2659  29 November 1623

Sig & Seal. (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Hugh JONES of London gent.
To Sir William Cokayne of London, Kt.
Of annuity of £100-0.-0. issuing out of lands of Manor of Hanging Grymston, Yorks & detailed in a schedule annexed to indenture of 28 July 15 Jac I (1617) between Sir John Bourchier of Hanging Grymston, and Thomas Jones, Sir William Cokayne being now in possession of the lands charged with the annuity.
E.

[no title]  C 2660  4 January 1631 (1632)

Contents:
Bond in £700-0.-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE citizen & haberdasher of London
William COKAYNE, citizen & skinner of London
To (2) Edmond HAMOND, citizen & haberdasher of London.
To repay £415-0.-0.
2 seals & sigs (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2661  4 January 1631 (1632)

1 sig, seal gone. Parchment.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £400-0.-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE, citizen & haberdasher of London
To (2) William COKAYNE, citizen & skinner of L.
To repay £207-0.-0.

[no title]  C 2662  13 December 1631

2 sigs & seals armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Bond in £500-0.-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE, haberdasher William COKAYNE, skinner
To (2) Charles YEOMAN, citizen & scrivener of London
To repay £311-5-0.
Endorsed by memo. of payment by W.C. of full amount: 31 Dec. 1633.
L. & E.

[no title]  C 2663  4 January 1632

Contents:
Bond in £300-0-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE, haberdasher of London
William COKAYNE, skinner of London
To (2) Thomas KERRIDGE of London, gent.
To repay £207-10-0. Memo. of repayment 3 Jan.(1634) by W.C.
2 sigs, seals gone.
Pt. L & E.

[no title]  C 2664  23 June 1631

Contents:
Bond in £800-0.-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE, citizen & haberdasher of London
To (2) William COKAINE citizen & skinner of L.
To repay £310-10-0. to Nathaniel OWEN, due to N.O. on a bond of same date from H.L. & W.C.
Sig of (1). Pt. L & E.

[no title]  C 2665  1 May 1632

No seals; Parchment.
Language:  Latin


Related information: (vd. C 2670)

Contents:
Bond in £4000-0.-0.
(1) Henry Little, haberdasher
To (2) William Cokaine, skinner citizens of London
No Condition of repayment
1 Sig (1).
3 tags & sig. of Thos. Richardson.

[no title]  C 2666  23 June 1631

no seals.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £600-0.-0.
(1) Henry Little, haberdasher of London
William Cokaine, skinner of London
To (2) Nathaniel OWEN of London, merchant.
To repay £310-10-0.
2 sigs.
2 tags, one saying
"Mr. Little £310-10. 24 December 1631".
Pt.

[no title]  C 2667  4 January 1632

2 sigs & seals (1).

Contents:
Bond in £300-0.-0.
(1) Henry LITTLE, haberdasher of London
William Cokayne, skinner of London
To (2) Sir William MARTYN of Woodford, Essex, Kt.
To repay £212-10-0.
Pt. L & E.

[no title]  C 2668  4 January 1632

1 seal.

Contents:
Bond in £500-0.-0.
(1) Henry Little, haberdasher of London
William BLYTHMAN, blacksmith of London
To (2) William Cokayne, citizen & skinner of London
H.L. to repay £212-10 owed by H.L. & W.C. to Sir Wm. Martyn.
1 sig.

[no title]  C 2669  13 December 1631

Lot MISSING

Contents:
Bond in -
(1) Henry Little, haberdasher, etc.
To (2) William Cokayne, skinner.
H.L. to repay £311-5 to -, owed on a bond of £500. (probably C 2662).
Witnesses sigs there, including Chas Yeoman.

[no title]  C 2670  1 May 1632

1 sig & seal (2); Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Defeasance
(1) William Cokayne, citizen & skinner of London
To (2) Henry Little of London, haberdasher.
To cancel bond in £4000 of same date (C 2665) H.L. must pay
£520 to Thomas FOWNES of Plymouth
£310-10 to Nathaniel OWEN
£311- 5 to Charles YEOMAN
£416- - to Edmund HAMOND
£207-10 to Thomas Kerridge
£212-10 to Sir William Martyn
£1977-15

[no title]  C 2671  22 December 1624

1½ seals: armorial; Chevron between 3 ?
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £1200-0.-0.
(1) Ralph DOCWRA of Fulbourne, Cambs. Esq. & James DOCWRA his son & heir
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt & Alderman of London
Condition :- to perform covenants in indenture of bargain & sale dated same between R D & wife Susan, & J D & wife Dorothy with Sir W.C.
2 sigs (1)
Pt.

[no title]  C 2672  20 November 1639

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Term of Years
(1) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Maulsor Esq. son & executor of J.M. late of New Windsor, Berks. decd.
(2) William SMALLMAN of Kynnersley, Co. Hereford Esq. & Lucy, his wife.
For £60-0.-0.
Of 20 acres called Thisley Leyes, in the parish of Eardsley, Herefords. for the remainder of 99 yrs.

[no title]  C 2673  14 April 1570

Seal, including monogram W I; Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Deed of Sale
Johanne JAMES of London, widow of William J, cit. & Joyner of London half owner of the good ship the Elizabeth of Newcastell, burden 100T tons
For £120-0.-0. paid by William COCKIN, citizen & skinner of London
Of her half part in the "Elizabeth" and in her tackle, & Stores etc
To William Cockin for ever.
No sig

[no title]  C 2674  7 May 1638

2½ seals.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Sir George SEMEON of Brightwell, Oxon.
Sir William TRESAME of London.
Sir Lewis TRESAME of Liveden, Bart.
(2) Charles COKAINE of London, Esq.
For - "competent" sum of money & for covenants in Indenture of 16 Feb (1620), between same parties
Of messuage in Rushton in ten. of Elias Gregory, tanner
Messuage in R. in tenure of William Morgan, yeoman
Messuage in R. in tenure of Mathewe Beron, yeoman
140 acres land.
To (2) for ever.
Endorsed: note of enrollment in Chancery
3 sigs
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2675  18 August 1615

Sig & seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Discharge of Debt.
(1) John MAYER of Inner Temple, London, gent.
To (2) William COKAYNE, cit. & Ald. of London
Thomas HENCHMAN, gent.
(1) having received £86 arising out of woods at Wickham als Wykeham Lincs.

[no title]  C 2676  24 February. 1662

Contents:
Indenture Lease.
(1) Peter CANON, clerk, Rector of Rushton St. Peters,
To (2) Bryan, Lord CULLEN
For £80-0.-0. p.a.
Of tithes of St. Peters, Rushton for 99 yrs.
Sig & seal (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2677  10 January. 1578

Seal of W.Cs mark.

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
(1) William WODER of Lantham, Suff. Clothier
To (2) William COCKYN citizen & skinner of London.
Of £180-0.-0. owed to (1) on a bill by (2) since March/Ap. 1577.
No sig.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2678  22 June 1643

Sig & Seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Charles Lord CULLEN
To (2) Sir Thomas FANSHAWE of Ware Park, Herts, KB.
William COKAINE, citizen & skinner of London
For - no money mentioned
Of Manor of Combe, Surrey & lands in Combe & Kingston Upon Thames; Rectory of Midlam in County Pal. of Rudham & all other his lands in the C.P. of Durham
To (2) for ever.
On various trusts specified.

[no title]  C 2679  10 April 1625

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Edward Lord DUDLEY of Dudley Castle, Staffs.
George BAGLEY his servant
Thomas PARKES of Willingworthe, Staffs. Esq.
Sir Richard GREAVES of Moseley, Worcs.
William FOWLER of Hainage Grange, Salop. Esq.
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt, Cit. & Alderman of London
Jacob PRICE, citizen & skinner of London
For £1320-0.-0. to Thos Parkes by W.C.
Of Manor & lordship of Hiniley, Staffs & all other lands granted by Ld. Dudley & Geo. Bagley to T.P. by indenture of 16 Nov (1622)
T.P. with consent of Ld. Dud. to W.C. & J.P. for use of W.C. for ever.
2 sigs & seals (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2680  11 October 1647

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles Cokayne, Lord CULLEN
(2) Robert GASCOIGNE of Rushton, gent.
For £80-0.-0. p.a.
Of 160 acres of the West Walk & little Ram Close
12½ acres = Abbey Bridge meadow in occ. of John Robyns of Long Bugby, gent.
For 11 yrs.
Sig & seal (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2681  18 June 1621

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Sir Seymour KNIGHTLEY of Winwick
Nicholas BRETTON of Norton, near Daventry Esq.
To (2) Sir Hatton FARMOR of Easton Neston
For debts in Indenture of 10 Oct. (1619) discharged, & for 12d.
Of 9 several pieces of land (all named) = 360 acres in the parish of Towcester.

[no title]  C 2682  10 November 1619

Sig & Seal (2); Parchment.

Contents:
Transference of Recognisance
(1) Sir William COKAINE, now Lord Mayor of City of London
To (2) Thomas WILLIAMS of Vaynoll, Caerns. Esq.
(3) Thomas HENSMAN of Isham, gent.
Of a recognisance of Statute Staple of 20 June (1604) by (3) & John Owen to W.C. for £800-0-0, for security of which J.O. (now deed) transferred to W.C. the town of Dynonricke in County of Caernarvon.
(1) to (2) with consent of (3)

[no title]  C 2683  30 April 1624

1½ seals.

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
(1) William MILL of Parish of St. Clements Danes without Temple Bar Tayler with consent of Sir John BOURCHIER of Lambeth Marshe, Surrey, Kt.
To (3) Sir William COKAINE Kt & Alderman of London
Of moiety of Manor of Grymston, als Haning Grimston, Yorks, as security on a recognisance of £1200 owed by Bourchier to (1) & then sold by B. to W.C.
And also all tythes
To W.C. for ever, who is now in possession of land.
2 sigs (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2684  late XVlll Century

Paper.

Contents:
Mortgage
Copy: Indenture 4 Oct. 1777
(1) Charles Lord CULLEN Hon Wm. COCKAYNE, his youngest son
(2) George HILL, Serjeant at Law. Barbara HILL his youngest daughter.
(3) Rt. Hon. Richard HERON, principal Secretary to the Earl of Bucks, Gov. Gen. of Ireland.
John Peach THINGERFORD of Dingley. Esq.
For marriage of W.C. & B.H. incl various settlements specified
& for 10/- (3) to G.H.
Of all G.H's lands & properties in Rowell
G.H. to (3) for 500 yrs from the date of the marriage, subject to redemption by G.H. on payment of £10,000 with interest.
Annotated

[no title]  C 2685  June-November 1602
Language:  German

Contents:
Account of William LACKONN in London.
Seems fairly detailed - in German
Paper.

[no title]  C 2686  16 May 1571

1 seal. Parchment.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in 100 Marks. (£66-13-4)
(1) Thomas Snape of Badsley, Warws. husbandman
To (2) William Cockyn, Citizen & Skinner of London
Condition: that Francis Snape, son of (1) should not steal from (2) his master, for 10 yrs.
No sig.

[no title]  C 2687  4 May 1621

No seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Sir Robert HYDE of Charlton, Berks.
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
For £100-0.-0.
Of 1 messuage tenement in Denchworth, Berks, with 41½ acres of arable land, 21/3 acres meadow & another 2 acres meadow & common of pasture, in occupation of Thomas Elton, all in Denchworth, which Sir George Hyde leased for 60 yrs to John Grove of Balkinge, als Batlekinge, Berks. yeoman, 20 May 1617, & which J.G. assigned to Sir R.H. 23 Ap. (1619)
(1) to (2) for remainder of 60 yrs. if Thomas Elton should so long live.
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 2688  8 March 1828

Seal.

Contents:
Probate on Will of Sophia COCKAYNE of Rushton Hall, spinster.
Made 17 October 1826 with codicils.
Granted to Thomas Philip Maunsell of Thorpe Malsor, Esq.
PCC.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2689  14 July 1685

Sig & Seal (1)

Contents:
Ind Defeasance.
(1) Hon. James RUSSELL of Laverstock, Co. South/ton Esq.
To (2) Bryan Lord CULLEN Hon. Charles COKAYNE his son & heir
Of £2100-0-0.
On Statute Staple recognisance of same date & parties for £4000.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2690  29 August 1620

Seal of City of London papered & 1/3 missing. Paper.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letter:
William Cokayne, citizen, Alderman & Lord Mayor of London
To Burgomaster etc of Amsterdam
In favour of John HEATHER, citizen of London, at present in foreign parts.
Sig of Thos. Lathum.

[no title]  C 2691 (i)  20 June 1635

1 sig & seal (2); Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William COKAYNE,
Mathew CRADOCK
Jacob PRICE of London, Merchants
(2) Henry GARWAY of London, Alderman
Of 3 rooms or warehouses on the 1st 2nd & 3rd stories on the North side of the great house lately erected by
Sir W.C. in parish of St. Peter the Poore, in city of London, and now inhabited by Henry, Earl of Dover,
The warehouses now in (2)s occupation
For 7 years
For £26 p.a.
Endorsed with note that a 4th room with a crane should have been included, standing over the other 3.

[no title]  C 2691 (ii)  1810

Paper.

Contents:
Two Memos of J. Smith
a) 18 Sept: that Mr. Bramwell has taken the Counterpart of Ld. Cullen's settlement of marriage of late Hon. Wm. Cockayne, to London.
b) 7 Nov: Note of address where admon. & will of late Charles, Lord Cullen
E.

[no title]  C 2692  10 April 1625

No seals.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Edward Lord DUDLEY of Dudley Castle, Staffs.
George BAGLEY, his servant
Thomas PARKES of Mosley, Worcs. Kt.
William FOWLER of Hainage Grannge Salop, Esq.
(2) Sir William COCKAYNE, Kt, citizen Alderman
Jacob PRICE, citizen & skinner of L.
For £1320 W.C. to Thos Parkes
Of Manor of Hinley, Staffs, & all other lands sold by Edw. Ld. Dudley & Geo. Bagley to T.P. by an enrolled Bargain & Sale - 16 Nov (1622).
To Sir W.C. for ever, by T.P. with consent of Edw. Lord Dudley
Sigs of T.P. & Ld. D.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2693  23 March 1618

2 sigs & seals (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Assignment of Extended Lands
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt. & Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Humfrey MAY Kt. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Charles GLEMHAM of Little Glemham, Suffolk, Esq.
Of all right & title & extent on the lands of Richard Cokayne at Ewell, Surrey which came to (1) as a result of Statute for levying debts on Recognisances on Statute Staple.
(1) is now assigning the lands to (2) on order of the Lord Chancellor as a result of a dispute between (1) and Richard Cokayne.
(Messuage & 99 acres in Ewell, Surrey, at annual value of £5-10-0 & 4 cottages in same).

[no title]  C 2694  18 April 1637

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) Charles COKAYNE Esq, son & heir of late Sir Wm. C. decd.
To (2) Jacob PRICE, citizen & skinner of London.
Of Rectory & Church of St. Ismaell & its appts. in Counties of Caermarthen & Pembroke, late in tenure of Sir Francis Mansell & part of the late dissolved College of St. Davids.
For 99 yrs.
No money mentioned.
1 sig. (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2695  24 March 1600

Contents:
Indenture Agreement
(1) William COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London
(2) John JOLLES, cit. & draper of London.
As (1) & (2) have been apptd. victuallers to her Majestie's forces in Connough Leinster & Ulster
As to how they will divide the duties etc.
Sig. (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2696  20 May 1631

Seal gone; Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Mary Countess of DOVER
William COKAYNE
Mathew CRADOCK
Jacob PRICE of London merchants
(2) Samuel OGBORNE, als TAYLOR of Chilrey, Berks, yeoman.
Of 60 acres pasture & meadow in South Denchworth, Berks
& another 40 acres and all the tithes upon the land
For 21 years to (2) + consent of Dover.
£114-0.-0. p.a. to W.C., M.C. & J.P.
1 mark

[no title]  C 2697  21 July 1640

Armorial Seal.

Contents:
Appointment of Deputy Lieutenants
John, EARL of PETERBOROUGH
Lord Lieutenant of Northants
appts. Sir Rowland St. John
Sir Rowland Egerton
Sir Lewis Watson
Sir Hatton Farmor
Sir Robert Hatton
William Elwes, Esq.
Charles Cockaine, Esq.
As Dept. Lieut.
No sigs. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2698  20 December 1613

Seal.

Contents:
Writing: Assignment, of term of Years
William COKAYNE, the elder, citizen
To William COKAYNE, the younger
Of Manor, grange & farm of Wickham als Wikeham in parish of Wickham in parish of Spalding & Neston, Lincs, & several fields all described & named
For remainder of 99 years.
Sig of W.C. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2699  1 January 1633

2 sigs & seals. (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Writing: Award of Arbitrators
Thomas GOTTS of Grays Inn, M/sex Esq. Thomas HINCHMAN of London, gent.
They order (1) that William Ward shall convey befire 20 Feb next to Charles Cokaine the Manors of Turnham Hall cum cliffe; Malvies; & Potton, all in Yorks.
For payment of £7,500 owed to C.C. on recognisance of Statute Staple
(2) W.W. to convey to C.C. 4 tenements in or near Aldermanbury with yearly rents of £25-0.-0., in order to secure £500
Both to make up the owed £8000-0.-0.

[no title]  C 2700  26 November 1674

Contents:
Indenture Defeasance
(1) John LAWFORD of Kettering
To (2) Brien Lord CULLEN
For £140-0.-0.
Due on several bonds, all specified
Sig & seal (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2701  1613

Paper.

Contents:
Accounts of a Scottish Salmon Fishery
Of Mr. John Power,
John Rowly
Sir John Jolles (one entry only)
Fairly detailed accounts.
E.

[no title]  C 2702  1 August 1656

2 sigs & papered seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles Cavendish, Lord MANSFIELD, son & heir of Earl of Newcastle, & Hon. Henry CAVENDISH, his younger brother
(2) Hon Bryan Cockayne of Rushton, Esq.
Of capital messuage in Wellingore, Lincs. belonging to (1)
16 acres of ground & 18 acres of pasture 6 oxgangs of arable
For 15 years
@ £41-0.-0. p.a.

[no title]  C 2703  24 April 1627

no seal.

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage
(1) Jacob PRICE, citizen & skinner of London
(2) John WILLIAMS of the County Borough of Carmarthen, gent.
Of the Rectory & Church of St. Ismaells in Carmarthen & Pembroke, formerly of the College of St. Davids, & all manner of tythes.
For 98 yrs 10 months.
To secure £475-15-0.
Sig: Jo Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2704  31 May 1608

Sig & seal of (1) Very fragile & bad condition.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir Robert Newcomen in the city of Dublin, Kt.
To (2) William Cokayne, citizen & merchant of London
For £375-0.-0.
Sells to W.C. £1000, which is moiety of £2000 sold on 12 May to R N by Sir John Jolles (This £2000 was part of debt of £6147 due from King, to John Holles, and Wm. Cokayne for victualling garisons in Ireland, of which debt £3497 due to J.J. and £2650 due to W.C.)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2705  13 May 1666

Sigs (1) & 1½ papered seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Mortgage Conveyance or Security
(1) May Cokaine, Vistess. CULLEN, widow of London
Brien LORD CULLEN
To (2) William PETTIT, citizen & merchantaylor
George ROUSE of Drury Lane. Taylor
William RICHARDS, cit. & merchantaylor of L.
For securing of a bond
For £1750 to be paid off by (2) in 5½ years @ £37-10 per quarter to Sir William TURNER
Of several lots of land being 519 acres (all separately described in 19 lots) in Rushton & Barford
For 21 years
Peppercorn.

[no title]  C 2706  25 February 1628

Remains of Gt. Seal. Rather faded - lot missing. Parchment.

Contents:
Letters Patent
Charles
To
Charles COKAINE, son & next heir of William Cokaine, decd.
Licence to enter on all the lands & tenements held by his father.
E.
Endorsed + memos. of enrollment on Memoranda Rolls, & Court of Wards & Liveries.

[no title]  C 2707  1646-1656; 1629

MSS BOOK

Contents:
Abstract of Title to various
Properties of Charles VISCOUNT CULLEN
1) Index to Properties
2) Abstract of Ld C's marriage settlement 20 Jan 1629
3) Abstract of title of land in Barton Seagrave, als Handred, 1620-1638.
4) Survey & Rental of Barton Seagrave - ND
5) Lists of leases in being, in Barton Seagrave, 1634-1641.
At the Back
June - Dec: 1646
Very full household accounts of Lord Cullen in London kept by J.C. Very detailed & clear.
Loose sheet enclosed: with copy of bond to Sir William Cokayne, 3 July 1616 by A A of £250
And a lot of odd scribbles.

[no title]  C 2708  Undated circa 1635

Paper Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Assessment of Ashby Ledgiers for Ship Money @ £19-10.
Levied on 6 people; signed by Charles Cokayne, Sheriff, & addressed to his deputies Roger Tudor and John Corderoy
Sig

[no title]  C 2709  21 November 1625

Sig & seal armorial: a cross engrailed, in each quarter 3 banulets.

Contents:
Letter: Sir Ro. Heath
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Kt.
Thanks for W Cs help.

[no title]  C 2710  23 July 1625

Contents:
Letter Jacob Price, London,
August, Fryars
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe-Nevill
Detailed description of Sir Anthony Mayney's late house in Austin Friars.
Lot of a/cs on outside. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2711  Wednesday 17 August 1625

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, at Combe-Nevill
Mercantile matters, and accounts.

[no title]  C 2712  Friday 2 September 1625

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe-Nevill
Re furs, plate & books from a certain closet.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2713  13 & 16 December 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price and also Richard Bancks
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe-Nevill.
J.P. re business affairs & news of the fleet
R.B. re money.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2714  31 December 1625 & 2 January 1626

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe-Nevill
Business & household affairs; Deaths of a Sheriff & Chief Justice of Common Pleas reported; plague in London again. Some a/cs overleaf.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2715  Saturday 15 October 1625

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe-Nevill.
Re balancing of Wm Kedgwin's books, & agreements + Richard Banks.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2716  Friday 26 August 1625

Paper Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe house
Message from M. Cokayne & money from Spain.

[no title]  C 2717  Monday 9 January 1626

Contents:
Letter: Jacob Price, London
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe Nevill
Re a seat for Lady C. & her daughters on the Coronation day; & the putting of glass into Broad St. house.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2718  24 June 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Grimston
To Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin Friars
Reporting theft of some cattle by Sir - Pa....es' men; he was sheriff last year.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2719  4 March 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Grimston
To Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin friars
Reporting on Grimston.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2720  25 January 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Grimston
To Thomas Henchman
Description of Grimston house.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2721  30 April-1 May 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner,
Hanging Grimston,
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars (Osting Fries)
Re money & tithes. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2722  23 May 1624

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars.
Report on what he has been doing, & note of stock bought for the farm & prices paid.

[no title]  C 2723  25 April 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars
Report that the land is clear & stock must soon be provided.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2724  13 April 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston.
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin Friars
Report on Yorkshire affairs & sheep.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2725  10 June 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Isham
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne
Farming affairs: enclosed lists of sheep & cattle bought
May - June 1624 & prices paid.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2726  10 December 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Grimston
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin friars.
Description of some of Sir John Bourcher's household belongings in the house.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2727  3 March 1624 (1625)

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin Friars
Report on Yorkshire - its wool & show.

[no title]  C 2728  1 September 1624

Paper seal.

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars
Re the letting of the tithes.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2729  7 November 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin Friars
Re cattle & sheep sent to Rushton.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2730  1 December 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars.
Suing Sir John Boucher for tithes; farming matters. Brief note of cattle sent to Rushton.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2731  2 January 1626

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: George Hamden
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re a visit G.H. to W.C. being put off because G.H. is ill of an ague.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2732  12 November 1625

Contents:
Letter: George Hamden
To: Sir Wm. Cokaine at Combe near Kingstone.
Re a supply of Oats & Rye.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2733  29 March 1625

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe.
To Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin friars
Report on work: oates & wheat fetched from Kingson, carp for my lady's ponds, ploughing etc.

[no title]  C 2734  20 June 1625

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe House.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin Friars at Mr. Wm Cokayne's.
Report on farming activities with a message from my lady.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2735  19 January 1625 (1626)

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe.
To Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin Friars
Farming matters: crops etc; visits to Croydon, Kingston etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2736  10 November 1638

Sig & paper seal.

Contents:
Order to view Hassalls Coppice in Corby Woode Walke, in the Forest of Rockingham
To the Warderers & Regarders of the Forest of Rockingham
From Sir Christopher HATTON, Whitehall
C.H. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2737  Monday 30 May 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe.
To: Sir Wm Cokayne at Mr. Wm. Cokayne's in Austin Friars.
Report on the farming at Combe.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2738  1 October 1617

Paper.

Contents:
Receipt for £3-12-10
Robert Crompton
To Sir Wm. Cokaine per Thomas Grove
£3 being rent for Elmesthorpe parsonage & 12/10 being synodals etc.

[no title]  C 2739  6 December 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin friars.
Farm affaris, & the arrest of Daniel Cooke who is in the stock house at Kingston - Lady C. wants his release.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2740  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Robert Lemynge, Building Surveyor Blickling, Norfolk.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne
R.L. to go to London to survey W Cs house in Broad Street.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2741  20 October 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Elizabeth Robins, London
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Coome.
Saying in spite of the death of her husband she is continuing his iron work trade & begs W.Cs continued custom.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2742  2 May 1625

Paper Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Aldwin, Chalfont, Bucks.
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Broad Street.
The wood for building is too young but better can be got from Riselip Wood, c.3 miles from Ricmansworth.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2743  25 November 1824

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: G.L. Baker, Lincolns Inn Fields
To: Hon Mrs. Cockayne, Rushton Hall, Kettering.
Copy of letter to Lord Limerick's Solicitor & Ld L's reply re selling of Mayo estate.

[no title]  C 2744  26 October 1824

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Limerick, South Hill Park, Bracknell, Berks.
To: Hon. Mrs. Cockayne
Re Eliz. Charlotte's engagement to his younger son, & explanation of Edmond's settlement.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2745  8 November 1824

Contents:
Letter: George Lake Baker, Lincolns Inn Fields
To: Mrs. Cockayne
Re the Limerick/Cockayne marriage settlement.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2746  31 October 1824

Contents:
Letter: Edmond Sexton Pery, South Hill
To: Mrs. Cockayne
Thanks for her settlement on her daughter - addresses of Limerick's solicitors & agent etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2747  29 November 1824

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: George Leek Baker, Lincolns Inn Fields.
To: Hon. Mrs. Cockayne, Rushton Hall.
Copy of letter from Ld. Limerick, re Limerick/Cockayne marriage settlement.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2748  10 November 1824

Contents:
Letter: Geo. Leek Baker, 52, Lincolns Inn Fields.
To: Hon. Mrs. Cockayne, Rushton Hall
Re Limerick/Cockayne marriage settlement.

[no title]  C 2749  31 October 1824

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Limerick, South Hill Park
To: Hon. Mrs. Cockayne Medlycott
Thanks re Limerick/Cockayne marriage settlement.

[no title]  C 2750  19 April 1709

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: Ja. Medlycott
To: his brother: Charles Medlycott, Lisbon, Porty.
Re family affairs & news.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2751  Undated circa 1648-1649

Contents:
Bill for £1-5-1.
John Hance
To "my Lord Cocken"
Overleaf: list of herbs to be sent down, 1648-9.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2752  13/14 February 1602 (1603)

Contents:
Account of money received by John Cokayne upon his portwine & silver plate.
Memo. of 14 Feb that all sums of money due had been paid.
Signed, inter alia Richard Cokayne.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2753  Undated

Paper.

Contents:
Copy
Order of Court of Wards
Re Dame Margaret Leveson
A good half missing: re her jointure.
People mentioned: Sir Richard Leveson, Sir Wm Cockaine, Charles Cockaine, Sir Richard Newport, Sir Peter Wentworth George Woodier.

[no title]  C 2754  January-March 1611 (1612)

Contents:
List of Salmon & Eels sold
& the amount of money raised.
& copy of Sir Thomas Phillipps bill in Sir John Jolles keeping, for the fishing.
Very probably in Ireland - some more accounts overleaf.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2755  30 May 1602

Paper Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Cokayne
Badsley
To: Mr. William Cokayne Merchant, in London.
Thanking him for £40 (last of £200) bequeathed by W Cs father, T.C's Brother.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2756  pre 1809

Seal: Brudenell impaling: a saltine, in chief per pale, dexter a lion rampant sinister gules. Paper; E.

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Cardigan
To: Hon. Mr. Cockaine
Thanks, family matters etc.

[no title]  C 2757  1 December 1674

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: John Templer
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
Report on Ld C's son, J.T. being his tutor.

[no title]  C 2758  17 May 1593

Sigs & Paper Seal.

Contents:
Writing: Letter of Attorney
(1) Thomas Docwra the elder, of Puteridge, parish of Offley, Herefords, Esq.
To (2) Christopher POTKYN of London, Paynter steyner
To collect rent of £14-10 p.a.
& fine of £34-10 p.a.
From William COKAYNE the elder citizen & skinner of London, for messuage tenement in Parish of St. Peter the Poore, let to W.C. for 21 years by T.D. on 6 May 1591
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2759  25 October 1624

Seal armorial: a bend engrailed between 6 barrulets.

Contents:
Letter: Gyles Alington, Horsheathhall
To: Sir Wm Cokayne
Re prospective marriage of G.A's son & W.Cs daughter.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2760  7 February 1783

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: R. Norwich
To: Lord Cullen Rushton
R. N cannot get a place at court being a country gentleman - but London makes him ill. Mr. Hamden's misdemeanor.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2761  19 April 1732

Paper.

Contents:
Order to Pay £30-0.-0.
Robert Barnes, Lincoln.
To Mr. Joseph Waterhouse, Red Lyon Inn, Aldersgate Street, London
That J.W. to pay order to Mr. Thomas Twining for use of Rev. Mr. Nat. Hill.

[no title]  C 2762  Undated circa 1650

Contents:
Particular of Money paid by the Administratrix of
Sir John Lamb, decd.
(She was Susanna Hill, wife of John H., Clerk)
Family brief.
Endorsed as "money paid by my grandmother ....."
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2763  Undated circa 1650

Contents:
Particulars of the real & personal estate of Sir John Lambe, decd.
(Admon dated 1647)
Particular only of the part of his estate as will fall to John Hill, by right of his wife, Susanna Lambe, J. L's niece.
Sig of J.H. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2764  Undated circa 1647-1650

V. bad condition - lot mouse-eaten.

Contents:
Schedule of writings belonging to the estate of Sir John Lambe to John Hill on an order of the Committee for Compositions
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2765  6 July 1627

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Thomond, Bathe
To: Charles Cokaine, Brereton, Cheshire his son in law
Family news. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2766  24 March 1646

Paper.

Contents:
Copy of Order of Committee of Lords & Commons for Sequestration
Mr. Bradshawe to report on the Earl of Denbigh's Petition
Copied: R. Vaughan, Cler. Com.

[no title]  C 2767  Undated ? circa 1642

Contents:
List of Bonds owing by Sir John Lambe in his own name, and by other men for him which are now desperate.
1620-1642. Including bonds on Cambden House.
True Copy by John Leech.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2768  (May 1647); Pet: dated 26/January/1646

Contents:
Petition of John Hill, ckerk, & Susan his wife, to be admitted to compound for Sir John Lambe's real & personal estate.
Annotated in different hand.
3 Sigs: R. Gardon
Will. Thompson
D. Watkins. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2769  10 November 1636

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Thomond, Dublin
To: Charles Cokaine, his son in law
Preferment of Besse & wish for same for Megg & the rest.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2770  20 January 1647 (1648)

Sig & Paper Seal. H.C. Paper.

Contents:
Indented Writing: Agreement
Henry Cardell, yeoman
& John Hill, & Susanna Hill.
Whereas H.C. was to pay to J.H. £400 for an estate in Blisworth
Now H.C. is to pay only £390 & is to be reimbursed the £10. he has paid.

[no title]  C 2771  6 May 1720

Contents:
Mr. Bryan Hull's Account.
For rent of his grass and his farm.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2772  19 September 1632

Paper seal.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton, Esq.
(2) Thomas ROSE of Rushton, yeoman,
Of Manor & lordship of Hymley, Staffs and all others Staffs. lands granted by Lord Dudley to (1) 16 Nov. (1622)
For 5 years
For 1/- p.a. Proviso: to render void (2) to pay (1) 5/-.
Sig (1). Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2773  Undated circa 1650-1680

Contents:
List of some land, and the occupiers. ? Rushton.
112 acres in Lord Cullen's hands
Others: Martin Tibbutt, John Peake, John Tirrold, - Marrten, and John Burdett.
Overleaf: endorsement that this be kept safe.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2774  1664

Contents:
Bill: Robert Richards
To Lord Cullen for £37-7-2.
For repair work ?
Endorsed with receipt for £33-16-8. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2775  1616-1621

Paper.

Contents:
Sheet of rough accounts
Of cloth under the great warrants of 1616, & 1618.
Cloth for the queen etc.

[no title]  C 2776  1 October 1667

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Writing. Quit Claim.
Anne Adams, widow of John Adams of Rocester Staffs, gent. decd.
To Brien Lord Cullen, & Elizabeth his wife
Of Indenture lease 16 Jan (1660) re timber for 21 yrs for the Mithes
(? Mills)
Sig 7
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2777  circa 1720

Contents:
List of money lent to Mr. Barton, senior
Lady Cardigan, Sir W. Cockn, Lord Halifax & DK Mountague mentioned.
Lender unknown.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2778  Before 1641

Contents:
Offer of Sir John Suckling and his partners for the farm of the customs
8 points, no date or names.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2780  26 March 1631

Contents:
Acquittance: William Bosevile
To Mr. Charles Cokayne of £50 for repair of C C's mansion house at Hanging Grymston
Sig: W.B. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2781  19 September 1632

Paper Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles Cokayne of Rushton, Esq. executor of Sir W.C., decd.
To (2) Thomas Rose of Rushton, yeoman
Of late Priory of Dudley, and all its lands etc. in Warws. & Staffs. & appts.
For 5 years
For 12p p.a.

[no title]  C 2782  circa 1630-1640

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds
1) Manor of Maluay's (1630-1627)
2) Manor of Turneman - hall, & moiety of manor of Cliffe, (1461-1629).
3) Manor of Potton & Homonby (1581-1631)
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2779  26 March 1631

Contents:
Particulars of the sorts, numbers & rates of cattle & sheep sold to Mr. Bosvile at Hanging Grymston
& list of stock left at H.G. with Mr. B.
Sig of William Bossevile. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2783  13 October 1614

Contents:
Receipt for £100-0.-0.
Walter Hildesley & Dame Ruth Harrington
To William Cokayne, Alderman of London
Out of the manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics. by the grant of R.H's son in law, Sir John Harrington.
2 sigs. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2784  23 February 1631

Paper.

Contents:
Memo. of Agreements omitted
From a lease of
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton & Mary
To (2) William BOSWELL of Osgodbye, Yorks, gent.
Of a moiety of manor of Hanging Grymston, Yorks.
4 points - rough copy.

[no title]  C 2785  12 October 1614

2 sigs & paper seals (1).
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £24-0.-0.
(1) Robert CROMPTON of Thornton, Leics. Clerk William WARREN of Earldspukton, Leics. husbandman
To (2) William COKAYNE, citizen & skinner of London
To repay £12-0.-0.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2786  20 October 1615

Contents:
Receipt for £100
Roger Bromley to Ruth Harrington
For ½ years rent of Bagworth Parke and the Mills.
Sig. R B Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2787  8 January 1689

Contents:
Inventory of Goods & Chattels of Charles (3rd) Lord Cullen
By Samwell Pole, gent & Thomas Thompson.
Not very long. Household, linen, Cattle, goods at Rushton & Elmesthorpe & some oddments.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2788  circa 1689-1690

Paper.

Contents:
Petition to the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal.
George COCKAINE on behalf of Charles Lord Cullen & his 2 sisters, all infants
V. Henry Heveningham & the Countess of BELLMONTE, his wife
Re the guardianship & education of Lord C. & his sisters.
Notice of hearing: signed by N. Wright.

[no title]  C 2789  circa 1624

Contents:
Descent of manor of Grimston
From Sir Rafe Bourcher, (1596)
To (1623/4).
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2790  28 June 1654

2 sigs & paper seals.

Contents:
Acquittance for £1200-0.-0.
(1) Charles COKAINE, the elder of Rushton & Brien Cokaine his son & heir Esq.
To (2) John MUSTERS, of Lincolns Inn m/sex Esq.
Due on indenture of demise of 27 June 1654
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2791  3 December 1638

Contents:
Writing: Grant
Charles Cokayne of Rushton, esq.
To John Syers of Lodington, Esq.
Of next presentation to the Church of Rushton All Saints, provided it becomes legitimately vacant within the next 6 months, & that Edward Quarles
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2792  22 January 1749 (1750)

Paper.

Contents:
Copy: Indenture Release
(1) Elizabeth HILL of Rowell, widow of Nat. Hill Clerk, decd.
(2) John HILL, Clerk, Maunsell HILL, Nathaniel HILL, surgeon, Edward HILL, draper, Mary UMFREVILLE, widow, Ann HILL, Amelia HILL & Catherine HILL, all children of (1)
Isaac GROVE, son in law of (1)
(3) Elizabeth HILL of Rowell, spinster daughter of (1).
Of moiety of 1½ yardlands in Rowell
For 10/- (3) to (1) & (2)
To (3) for ever, with various reversions specified.
Copied by Thomas Gee.

[no title]  C 2793  1715

Contents:
Form of Codicil to will of Hon. Charles Viscount Cullen
For money lent to him by the Hon. Mr. Cokaine, one of his executors to the will.
Money unspecified.
Rough, no sigs. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2794  circa 1715-1716

Contents:
Draft clause of a will
? Charles 4th Lord Cullen (d. 1716)
Appointing his uncle George Cokaine, Lady Robinson of Cransley, John Robinson of C, Robert Andrews of Harleston esq. John Sawyer of Kettering esq. John Horton of Kettering, gent
As guardians of his son.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2795  October 1604

Contents:
Odd scrap of accounts.

[no title]  C 2796  early XVII Century

Contents:
List of lands, the people to whom they are let, and the amounts for which they are let. Probably Grimston, Yorks.
Places such as Dipdale, Opendale, Thisseldine.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2797  19 March 1613

2 sigs & Paper seals (1).

Contents:
Bond in £160-0.-0.
(1) John PRICE the elder of Kingston, Surr. gent & John PRICE the younger of Middle Temple, Gent.
To (2) Francis COKAYNE, Citizen & skinner of London.
To repay £80-0.-0.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2798  Undated c early XVII Century

Paper.

Contents:
A note of my lord Haserdes land in Grimston, (Yorks)
Sir John Boucher will confirm it.

[no title]  C 2799  May 1624

Contents:
Accounts of Sheep bought
At Weston Fair 3 May. Kerbe Moreside 12 May Drifield, Dornton fair
& others.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2800  23 Febuary 1624

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Rose, Rushton
To: Sir William Cokayne, Kt.
Augustine friars.
Farm & estate business.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2801  Michaelmas 29 September 1623

Contents:
A Reckoning made by John and William Turrall individually
Comment on the Turrall's at the end.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2802  29 Febuary 1616

Sig & seal. J.L.

Contents:
Acknowledgment of debt.
John Lewgar, citizen & letherseller of London
To Sir George Wright of Richmond, Surr. Kt.
Of £147-8-7. Note by G.W. that a day for payment has been fixed.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2803  10 November 1624

Paper.

Contents:
Memo. that Christopher Belwode, notwithstanding a Charter under the City Seal, for freedom of toll, was forced to pay toll for 40 cattle and 200 sheep of Sir Wm Cockinge both on the North side of of Newark Bridge (for the town of Nottingham) and a through toll for the King at Newark.
Name of toll collector for the King at Newark = Mr. John Mosely in right of his mother in law, and at Nottingham Bridge Wiedoe Huntinton
This is a different hand.
Mark of C.B.

[no title]  C 2804 (a) & (b)  (b) 21 June 1616; (a) 1617 or after

Contents:
Mr. Baker's account
Seems to be a coach upholsterer or coach maker, employed by man unknown.
Mainly seems to be a/cs of materials supplied ? by Wm. Cokayne.
(a) is a fair copy of (b), though slightly later in date.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2805  31 July 1625

Sig & seal E.S. Printed.

Contents:
Summons to Sir William Cokayne
To appear before Edmond Sawyer, royal Auditor at Croydon, Surrey, on 18 October next
- To account for the farm of Manor of Combe Nevill.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2806  1601

Contents:
Accounts of various sorts of cloth: Called linen cloth & accounted for as brown cloth
Bought at various places - quite detailed, with the mark of William Cokayne.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2807  1602

Paper.
Language:  German

Contents:
Copy of the Account of William Lackin of London in Leiptziege.
Fairly detailed.
Marked with William Cokayne's mark.

[no title]  C 2808  22 January 1602 (1603)

Sig & Paper seal of J.C.

Contents:
Receipt for Legacy
(1) John Cokayne, gent. son of Wm. C. decd, citizen & skinner
To (2) William Cokayne, his brother & executor
Of £10-0.-0. as part of bequest of J.C.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2809  Late XVII Century circa 1680

Contents:
Note: Con. Griffin to Mrs. Smith
Saying C.G. has sent his servant to collect £100 owed to Mr. Smith, authorised by Lord Cullen.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2810  early-mid XVII Century

Contents:
Thomas Rose's reckoning with Ned
For 11 weeks
Totals of money spent, only.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2811  October 1631-January 1632

Contents:
A note of the Connies sent to the Poulterer in London
Slaughtered at Rushton.
Bill discharged by Mr. Leycroft.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2812  circa 1620s

Paper.

Contents:
Note: Francis Carlill
To Sir William Cokayne at London.
Re accounts, & saying he will be with W C tomorrow.

[no title]  C 2813  December 1661-May 1664

Contents:
Bill of Charles Cokayne, a goldsmith, jeweller etc.
To Lord Cokayne per Mr. Portland.
All paid by May 1664
(Bill dated 28 Dec. 1661)
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2814  16 Febuary 1623 (1624)

Contents:
Letter: A. Hodilowe. Grafton
To: Sir William Cokayne, Broad Street.
Re. estate matters.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2815  28 March 1625

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Newport, Antwerp
To: Sir William Cokayne, London.
Mercantile affairs. Inclosed are pages of Sampson Newport's accounts, T Ns brother.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2816  28 January 1626

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Ralph Hutton, Durham
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, London.
Re deeds of Mr. Williamson's.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2817  10 Febuary 1626

Sig & seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Robert Hopton, Witham
To: Sir William Cokayne.

[no title]  C 2818  early XVII Century

No seal.

Contents:
Letter: Benedict Webb
To ?
Re a loan of £1200
Few rough accounts inside.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2819  circa 1648

Contents:
List of names & monies
? rent at Rushton.
Reference to the Underwoods rent @ £7-10. in gold.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2820  2 November 1625

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: Ed. Norwood, "My lodge"
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Combe
Re money ? rents. EN has increased Sir Thomas Thringham.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2821  28 April 1625

Seal armorial. A chevron between 3 boars.

Contents:
Letter: John & Mary Harryes, Fleet Streete
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne
Asking W. C's help to secure Mr. Harding, Attorney of Kings Bench, the Clerkship of the Weavers Co.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2822  30 August 1625

Papered Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Wm. Nonham, Dorking
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne Kt.
Re arresting Thomas Woodman.

[no title]  C 2823  10 May 1625


Related information: cf C 2825.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Thomas, Mather
To: ---
Re a writ for someone's arrest which he inclosed.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2824  24 February 1626

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Thomas
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Broad Street.
Paper. E.

Note: Pinned on is C 2825.


[no title]  C 2825  17 June 1625

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Writ: Charles to Sheriff of Glamorgan
To arrest Thomas Elbrye, late of Marthan in Co. Glam, gent, executor of William Lewes, late of Cardiff, gent.
(Monday 25 Oct. 1624) at suit of Wir William Cokayne, for dent.

[no title]  C 2826  8 May 1625

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Forbench, Combe
To: Sir William Cokayne, Austin Friars
Report on the week's farm work.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2827  XVII Century

Contents:
Letter: John Hill
To: his wife (? Susanna)
Re composition to be paid.
1647 J H m. Susanna Lamb c 1665 Susanna d. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2828  22 November 1683

Sig & Seal (1). Paper.

Contents:
Indented Conveyance
(1) Bryan Lord CULLEN
(2) John PEAK of Rushton, yeoman
For 5/-
Of Manor of Rushton & its appts. in Rushton & Pipewell, & Capital messuage = Hall House
For 99 yrs. on condition (1) remains in occupation.

[no title]  C 2829  17 November 1708

Printed.

Contents:
Receipt for 4/-
William Gibson, Marshal
To Esq. Cocking
For 3 days duty in Capt. John Outing's Company, in the Red Regiment of Westminster.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2830  30 August 1782

Contents:
Letter: G.P., Cannons,
To his brother
(Some relation of D's of Chandos ? G P calls his brother 'Your Lordship')

[no title]  C 2831  XVII Century

Contents:
Copy of an Agreement made 26 July 1630
Between: Thomas Hinchman of Rushton, gent.
And John Flavell of London, merchant taylor.
Re slaughter of Rushton Conies. 1630-1.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2832  26 November 1683

Seals torn off.

Contents:
Bond in £400-0.-0.
(1) Brien Lord CULLEN, & Charles Cockaine, his son
To John Wise of London, gent.
To repay £203-0.-0.
Sigs of (1)
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2833  late XVII Century to early XVIII Century

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: George Cockaine
To: Countess of Bellamont (so endorsed thus)
Complaints that the "madam" he is writing to is interfering etc.

[no title]  C 2834  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne, Rushton
To: Sir John Hotham, Sir William Allford, and Sir Marmaduke Longdale
Re Lord Wm. Howard's pasture in C. Cs moiety of Hanging Grimston.

[no title]  C 2835  13 February 1640 (1641)

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne, Rushton
To: John Corde, his servant.
At the Sign of the Three Kings in Fetter Lane.
Instructions.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2836  circa 1710

Contents:
Account of the births of the Honorable family of Cokaynes
1658 - 1710
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2837  13 July 1682

Contents:
Letter: Ben Portlock
To: Lord Cullen
Sorry he cannot meet Ld C. at Canons etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2838  late 17 Century

Contents:
Letter: E. Cullen (Elizabeth)
To Lady Bellemont, Arlington Street near St James Street, in Pickadilly.
Appeal to Ldy. B. to let EC have her due from Rushton, re money.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2839  15 May 1783

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Newsham
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
Re wine & Mr. Chamber's account.

[no title]  C 2840  8 February 1681 (1682)

2 sigs & seals. (1)

Contents:
Writing: Deed of Receipt.
(1) Bryan Lord Cullen & Charles Cokaine, his son & heir
To (2) John Howland, of Stretham, Surrey of £3500-0.-0.
Due on Indenture of 7 Jan (1682).
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2841  XVII Century

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton his father.
Asking for more money.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2842  1648

Contents:
Bill for work for my lord Cockins by John Yore
Carpentry on coaches etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2843  15 November 1648

Contents:
Receipt for £50-0.-0.
Thomas Rose to Mr. William Smith for use of Charels Lord Cullen
Part payment of £200 = 1/2 yrs rent of land in Rushton.
Sig. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2844  14 January 1674

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Ben Portlock.
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
Re Ld C's measures of economy; a French victory & words of Van Tromp to the King.

[no title]  C 2845  29 April 1639

Contents:
Letter of
Explanation re a case of Pressing Soldiers
Thomas Bacon was committed to press George Plowright, a Constable of Burton Latimer.
Letter unsigned, written on behalf of Thos. Bac.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2846  19 December 1671

Contents:
Letter: Nathaniell Hill, Northampton.
To: "Honoured Sir"
Apologies for not writing, & a gift of fruit.

[no title]  C 2847  7 March 1635 (1636)

Seal armorial: Thomond Crescent for difference.

Contents:
Letter: Barnaby Brien, London.
To: Charles Cokaine, High Sheriff, Rushton.
Re B. B's brother lending money to Lord Gerard, brothers' letter enclosed.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2848  14 January 1683/1684

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne
To: Lord Cullen, on address but letter to his mother.
Re someone's illness - fits - probably a child.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2849  3 August 1682

Paper Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Ja. Craggs, London.
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
News of arrivals at Court, Lady Peterborow & Mr. O'Brien mentioned.

[no title]  C 2850  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne Rushton
To: John Cordere Cokayne House, Broad Street, his servant
News re J. C's family and of Thos. Cokayne.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2851  23 October 1674

Contents:
Letter: J. Williamson, Whitehall
To: Lord Cullen
Re money owed to J.W.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2852  14 June; circa 1670s

Contents:
Letter: Lord Cullen, Rushton
To: Ben Portlock
Re "Shugar" and money BP had promised to send.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2853  15 May 1700

Contents:
Receipt: E. Cullen (Elizabeth widow of Brien 2nd Ld. C.)
To Mr. Geo. Cockaine
For £525 for her annuity due out of Rushton for 3½ years ended Lady Day 1700.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2854  3 July 1674

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Ben. Portlock
To: Lord Cullen, Rushton
Re money owed by Ld C. & who he was to pay off: Sir John Curzon & Sir Robert Claytas (?)

[no title]  C 2855  29 December 1636

Seal remains.

Contents:
Letter: John Driden, Ashby
To: Charles Cokayne, Rushden (sic)
(Presumably Rushton)
Re powers under which J.B. & C.C. were to levy Ship money arrears.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2856  September 30th (circa 1670s)

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: George Cockayne
To his father (2nd) Lord Cullen
Re Ld C's grey horse, news of Duke & Duchess of Norfolk, & Lady Peter: (boro').
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2857  12 April 1637

Contents:
Letter: John Driden, Ashby
To: Charles Cokayne Esq. Rushton
Re collecting arrears of money in Fawsley & Towcester hundres ? ship money.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2858  15 February 1626

Contents:
Letter: Sir John Suckling
To: Sir William Cokayne
Re an agreement made between them, delivered to Ld. Treasurer.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2859  25 June 1624

Seal armorial Paper; Quarterly: 1 & 4: a crown within a double treasure flory counter flory; 2 & 3: a pale charged with a crescent (? for difference); Whole surrounded by the Garter, & surmounted by Earls Coronet. Excellent impression.

Contents:
Letter: Kellie (Earl of Greenwich.
To: Sir William Cokayne
Re business, unspecified in which the King is interested. K wants W Cs definite answer.

[no title]  C 2860  13 December 1602

Contents:
Note: Audrey Cokayne, Clapham
To: William Cokayne her brother
Request for £6-0.-0.
Receipt for £6: Richard Tunstall witnessed by George Berisford.

[no title]  C 2861  circa February 1626

Contents:
Letter: Edward Ramsey
To: Sir William Cokayne
Announcement of bequest of Earl of Holdernesse of his house at Ham. to Martha, (d. of WC.) his wife
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2862  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Ed. Parker, - Riplane, Richard Organ, Commissioners for New Coll., Oxon.
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Austin Frairs
That they will execute Commission on 8th June next between the Warden & Scholars of College of St. Mary Winton, Oxon. or New Colledge, & Nicholas Knowles, plts, & W.C. def.
Re a close, Bushie Ham, in Denchworth.
To be heard in Denchworth.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2863  17 April 1625

Half a seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: (Sir) John Bourchier, Beningborough
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, London
Asking W.C. to stop a tithe case at Yorke, as he had promised.

[no title]  C 2864  12 April 1625

Contents:
Letter: John Bennett, Austin Friars
To: Sir Wm Cokayne, Coome House.
Thanking in advance for money & asking for orders.

[no title]  C 2865  20 February 1625/1626

Contents:
Letter: Godfrey Barthram, Owndle
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Broad Street, near the Royal Exchange.
Re a subpoena served on WC for Keeping Sheep & not cows or calves at Rushton etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2866  27 April 1625

Contents:
Letter: John Bennett
To: Sir William Cokayne
Request for compensation due to losses in the fire of W.Cs house.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2867  12 December-20 December 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letters: John Bramhall, Ripon 12 Dec.
Re rent of W.C's prebend of Sharon & Jacob Price 20 Dec.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Broad St.
J.P. explains J.Bs note, J.B. being the subdeacon of Ripon.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2868  28 November 1601

3 Sigs & papered seals. Paper.

Contents:
Bond, in £200-0.-0.
(1) Thomas Cokayne of Brassing, Herts, gent.
George Anton of Lincolns Inn, Gent. James Anton, citizen ' mercer of London.
To (2) William Cokayne, Cit. & skinner re repay £105

[no title]  C 2869  15 December 1646

Contents:
Order of Committee for Compounding with Delinquents, at Goldsmiths Hall.
Arising out of the Articles upon the surrender of Oxford. (June 1646)
Suzan. Hill, & her husband, John Hill, admitted to compound for late Sir John Lambe.
Sigs of:
John Ashe
Richard Bateman
Sam. Moyer
Jv. Allexander
Art. Hesilrige
Jo. Leeche.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2870  Undated 17th Century

Contents:
Another copy of C 2869.
Different writing; same names at end, but in different hands than C 2869.
Addressed to: Committee of Parl. for Northants. & Leics.

[no title]  C 2871  20 January 1626

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Sir John Suckling Dousel Court.
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne
Asking W.C. to call on business.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2872  6 September 1625

Papered Seal armorial. Paper. A fess between 3 cross crosslets.

Contents:
Letter: John Grove, Mayor, London
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne
Requests W.C. to come to London because of King's Commission for a Subsidy on the City.

[no title]  C 2873  8 April 1633

Contents:
Letter: Mary, (Countess of) Dover Hunsdon
To: Charles Cokayne, Rushton
Bitterly denouncing the Thomonds, & the Earl's wish to settle his wife & daughters at Rushton.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2874  4 May 1602

Sig. & paper seal N.H.

Contents:
Articles of Agreement.
Nicholas HURTE of Overmathefeild, Staffs. gent.
With William COKAYNE, Citizen & skinner, executor for his father, W.C.
That the £100 bequest to the children of Edith, N.H's sister shall be paid to them, & that N.H. shall aquit W.C. from them.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2875  27 March 1625

(Some missing - rather fragile). Seal: Armorial Paper. 2 bars, in chief 3 roundels.

Contents:
Letter: John Watt
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin Friars in Broad Street
Re repaying a bank
E.

[no title]  C 2876  10 April 1602

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: John Cokayne
To: his brother William Cokayne
Request for £100.

[no title]  C 2877  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Simon Prance, Wimblinton
To Sir William Cokayne at the Bull, Bishopsgate.
Answering W Cs complaints & saying he will leave his service next June with his sister - description of his sister's servants.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2878  1649

Contents:
Land in "your Lordship's" hand - probably in Rushton.
Sheet of paper - listed with stock.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2879  March 1612

1 seal. Parchment. Bond practically unreadable - condition better but still difficult.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in £100-0.-0.
(1) George ? Binge of Dover, Kent
To (2) Francis Cokayne, citizen & skinner of London
Jeremy Garrett of -, Berks, becomes apprenticed to F.C. - for his good behaviour.

[no title]  C 2880  4 February 1601 (1602)

Paper Seal. Sig; Paper. E.

Contents:
Acquittance
Richard Cokayne, to his brother William Cokayne
Of £100 legacy from their father.

[no title]  C 2881  20 November 1624

Paper.

Contents:
Judgment of Richard MOORE
In Case: William Cokayne, Alderman plt & Ralph Docwra & James Docwra
Re repair of a messuage:
See C 2555.
Sig.

[no title]  C 2882  12 August 1625

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Lathum
To: Sir William Cokayne
Applying for clerkship of the Skinners Co.

[no title]  C 2883  30 December 1625

Contents:
Letter: Dorothy Fleetwood
To: Sir William Cokayne, Coome her uncle.
Appeal for help as she has been arrested.

[no title]  C 2884  29 September 1624

Contents:
Letter from the Council to John, Earl of Holdernesse
Announcing a £20 levy on him for a subsidy.
Signed: Arundell & Surrey; John, Lincoln; H. Mandeville, J. Hamilton.
Sums on the back. Paper.

[no title]  C 2885  25 August 1625

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: (Sir) John Mychell, Fulham
To: Sir William Cokayne
Request to borrow £20.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2886  12 July 1614

Paper.

Contents:
Acquittance
Dame Grissell Newdegate and Sir Martin Stuteville
To William Cokayne, Alderman "Mr Alderman Cokayne",
Of Charges arising out of Sir Robt. Newdegate's lands.

[no title]  C 2887  15 March 1638 (1639)

Contents:
Copy of Order in Council
To Earl of Exeter
For the raising of 300 footmen in Northants.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2888  Febuary 4th 1624 (1625)

Sig & Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Holderness, Newmarkett.
To: his father in law Sir William Cokayne
Re getting money repaid by the King.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2889  1 December 1611

Contents:
Copy. Description of case between Bevill Lewis, plt, and Alderman Cokayne re the account between them.
Endorsement says a Copy of Sir Francis Bacon's Certificate.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2890  1620-1626

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Mary, Countess of Nottingham
To: her father, Sir Wm. Cokayne
Request for place in the Custom House for bearer, Thomas Evans.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2891  circa 1670s

Paper.

Contents:
Schemes for Lord Cullen's retrenchment;
Both for clearing his estate of Incumbrances, and the straightening out of Elmesthorpe's affairs.

[no title]  C 2892  4 July 1624

Contents:
Letter: James Garner, Hanging Grimston
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Austin Friars
Re Sir Geo. Paines men driving away W. C's cows.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2893  12 December 1625

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: George Breton
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, Coome
Request to know when W.C. in town so that the Skinners officials may be sworn in.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2894  17 November 1625

Seal. Paper. E.

Contents:
Letter: Rowland Willson, London
To: Sir William Cokayne, Coome
Re wine prices.

[no title]  C 2895  16 December 1625

Contents:
Letter: John Corderoy, London
To Sir Wm. Cokayne his master, Coome Nevill
Note of goods sent by the Kingston barge:- Linen, wine & food, etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2896  circa 1625

Seal armorial: Paper. Quarterly 1 & 4 in 1 Canton a sword bendwise, point in chief, between two mullets; 2 & 3 per chevron, in Chief 3 estoiles, in base 3 garbs.

Contents:
Note: John Corderoy to his master, Sir Wm. Cokayne, Coome Nevill
Note of cloth carried by the bearer, Richard Lillington.

[no title]  C 2897  24 September 1653

2 sigs & papered seals (1)

Contents:
Bond in £20,000-0.-0.
(1) Chas. Cokaine, late called Vist. Cullen
Bryen Cokaine, his son & heir
To (2) John BOWYER of Biddulph. Staffs. Clerk.
Condition: (1) to perform agreements contained in Articles of 14 Sept 1653 between same parties: that if Elizabeth Trentham, fiance of Brien shall within 12 months of her reaching 21 yrs, settle on her sons by Brien, her estates in Rocester, Alton, Denson, Quicksill & Combridge, Staffs, & Henningham, Essex, then Chas Ld C. will settle £250 p.a. on East & West Rushton on Brien & Elizabeth as additional jointure.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2898  Undated

Seals.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Newport, Antwerp
To: Sir Wm. Cokayne, London
Business affairs.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2899  24 April 1625

Contents:
Letter: William Williamson
To: Sir William Cokayne, Austin Friars, London.
Re proceedings W.C. is taking against Messrs. Hutton & Dixon on a bond assigned by W W to W C. for rents.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2900  5 March 1625 (1626)

Seal.

Contents:
Letter William Turner
To Sir Wm. Cokayne
Re money promised by "the Duke" & the "L. Threas." - W.C. to come to Whitehall.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2901  circa 1625

Contents:
Letter Simon Calton
To Sir William Cokayne
Re a law suit.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2902  5 December 1625

Contents:
Letter: Emanuell Downinge, London
To Sir William Cokayne
Request for the Beadell's place. E.D. connected with the court of Wards.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2903  16 January 1625 (1626)

Contents:
Letter: Joseph Cokayne
To: Sir William Cokayne, his uncle.
Re a great misfortune J.C has had. Request for privilege from Lord Dudley.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2904  Undated

Contents:
Letter: Alexander Nairne, Harttilbery
To Sir William Cokaine
Re A. Ns illness.
Seal. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2905  Undated

Paper Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Gwyn, Nante Brayne
To Sir William Cockayne in London
Re a bond for the Rent of the Rectory of Killawin.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2906  23 January 1621 (1622)

Paper.

Contents:
Declaration of Freight Duty
The Ship: Ann of London
Master: Nicholas Warren
Owner: Humfrey Phipps of London
Lader: Francis Eliott
Bound for London, from (Boures Bourds ?
£11-5-0 paid on wines.
Endorsed with receipt.

[no title]  C 2907  8 September 1625

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: William Kedgwin, London
To Sir William Cokayne
Explaining why he has not visited W.C.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2908  4 October ?1625

Contents:
Letter: Sence Whetley, his beds woman, Tooting
? to Sir William Cokayne ?
Asking for help in obtaining 1/3 of her late husband's land to live on.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2909  31 October ?1625

Contents:
Letter: Edmond Norwood, Wyndsor Parke
To Sir William Cokayne, Coombe
Request for £200.
Seal armorial. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2910  11 February 1602 (1603)

Contents:
Note: Audrey Cokayne, Clapham
To her brother in law, William Cokayne, Broad Street
Request for £20 for bearer.
- With receipt.

[no title]  C 2911  January 25 1625/1626

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: George Hamden
To Sir William Cokayne
Recommending the bearer, John Carpenter, as a servant.

[no title]  C 2912  7 October 1625

Seal gone.

Contents:
Letter: John Cooper
To Sir William Cokayne
An appeal & suit, for justice.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2913  late XVII Century-early XVIII Century

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: John Robinson
To Hon. Mr. Cockain at Rushton
Re buying c 23 acres.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2914  circa 1625

Contents:
Rebecca Clutterbuck
To Sir William Cokayne
Asking for help.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2915  Undated

Contents:
Letter: John Growle, Pillyton, Cornwall
To Sir William Cokayne, Austin Friars
Wanting W.C's help as he has been pressed as a soldier.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2916  6 May 1625

1/3 of seal.

Contents:
Letter :
Daniel Hills, Greenwich
To Sir William Cokayne
Some missing: re a competition of some kind.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2917  16 May 1625

Paper.

Contents:
Note: Robert Pinck, London
To Sir William Cokayne
That 8 June 1625 the dispute between W.C. & New College, Oxford, will be heard at Denchworth.

[no title]  C 2918  21 January 1625/1626

1/2 seal.

Contents:
Letter: Walter Cowley, Prison.
To Sir William Cokayne
Re his £10 debt prison sentence
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2919  Undated before 1626

Contents:
Letter: Nathaniell Humphrey
To Sir William Cocking
Re a sale of land by W.C. to N.H.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2920  22 February 1640 (1641)

Seal armorial.

Contents:
Letter: Charles Cokayne, Rushton
To John Cordere, his servant at the sign of the 3 Kings in Fetter Lane.
Instructions and general remarks.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2921  circa 1667

Contents:
Case of Lord & Lady Cullen touching the manor of Heningham, Co. Essex.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2922  September 1700-1714

Contents:
Letter Book
Of Charles Medlycott, H.M. Commissary of Stores, Lisbon, Portugal.
Very well preserved and legible; large volume.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 2923  July 1604

Parchment.

Contents:
Duplicate Account of John Jolles & William Cokaine, Merchants
For supplying victualls to H.M. forces in Ireland.
From 20 March 1599 - 20 July 1602.
(Large & detailed).

[no title]  C 2924  XIX Century

Contents:
Effigy of Sir Nicholas Carew, Kt, in Haccombe Church, Devon
With inscription & coat of arms.
Lithograph: W. Spreat, Exeter (as are C 2924-2948).

[no title]  C 2925  XIX Century

Paper.

Contents:
Lithograph: Mon. Ins. of John Rolle, Esq, died 1570
Rolle impaling Ford. Arms.

[no title]  C 2926  XIX Century

Contents:
Lithog. Mon. Ins. & Effigy of Margaret, wife of John Rolle in St. Giles' Church, Devon.
Died June 1592.

[no title]  C 2927  XIX Century

Contents:
Lithog. Brasses of Henry Rolle, Esq. 4th son of George Rolle of Stevenston & of Margaret, nee Yeo, his wife. 1591
From Petrockston Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2928  XIX Century

Contents:
Effigy of Thomas Carew Esq. died March 1586.
With arms.
Lithograph.

[no title]  C 2929  XIX Century

Contents:
Lithog: Mon. Ins. & plate of Thomas Carew Esq & Anne his wife. Both dies Dec. 1656.
Arms. From Haccombe Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2930  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy & Mon. Ins. of Elizabeth Carewe, wife of John C. of Haccombe, Esq, & d. of Robert Hill of Shilston.
From Haccombe Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2931  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Plate & Mon. Ins. of Julian Osborne, nee Bonifant, nee Aug. 1614.
From Clyst St. George Church, Devon.
Arms.

[no title]  C 2932  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy of man in armour - unidentified.
XV - XVI centuries.
2 coats of arms.
(1) 3 roundles, differenced by a label of 3 points
(2)De Bohun
(1) Also impaling (2)

[no title]  C 2933  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy. Mon. Ins., and many coats of arms of Wilmota, wife of George Cary of Cockington, died 1581, & her 3 daughters
From Tormoham Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2934  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Plate & Mon. Ins. of Thomasin, nee Godolphin, wife of Thomas Peter, Gent.
From Okehampton Church, Devon.
2 impaled coats of arms.

[no title]  C 2935  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: 2 brasses in Otterton Church, Devon.
Richard Duke & Sarah, wife of Robert Duke, d. & coheir of Rich. Reynell of Creedy.

[no title]  C 2936  XIX Century

Contents:
Effigies: Sir Thomas Brook and Johan, his wife.
From Thorncombe Church, Devon.
Litho.

[no title]  C 2937  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Brasses & Mon. Ins. of John Coblegh & Isabella and Johanna, his wives Died 1486 & Mon. Ins. of Henry Coblegh & Alice his wife, d. 1470.
From Chittlehampton, Devon.

[no title]  C 2938  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Brass and arms of Sir Arthur Bassett, & his two wives.
From Atherington Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2939  XIX Century

Contents:
Effigy of a Lady - late XV c of Bigbury family: a coat of arms.
Bigbury Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2940  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Mon. Ins. & arms of James Seyntleger, Esq. d. 1509
Monkleigh Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2941  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Brasses, arms & Mon. Ins. of John Whiting Esq. & Anne his wife.
Kentisbeare Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2942  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy, arms & Mon. Ins. of Thomas Willins, Esq. d. 1563
Speaker of Parl.
Harford Church Devon.

[no title]  C 2943  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy & Mon. Ins. of Elizabeth Bower, dau. of John Ole, wife of Edward Chechester, Esq. d. 1548.
Braunton Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2944  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigies of John Greenway & Joan his wife.
St. Peter's, Tiverton.

[no title]  C 2945  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Effigy & Mon. Ins. of Eleanor Pollard, wife of John P., & dau. of John Coplesion, d.1430.
St. Giles Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2946  XIX Century

Contents:
Litho: Plate, Mon. Ins. & Arms of Mary Dowrich, wife of Walter D. of Dowrich, Esq, Sister of George Lord Carew Earl of Totnes.
Died 1604.
Sandford Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2947  XIX Century

Contents:
Effigy of Gilbert Staplehill, & Arms
Once Mayor of Dartmouth. c XVI c.
St. Saviour's Church, Dartmouth.

[no title]  C 2948  XIX Century

Contents:
Plate, arms & Mon. Ins. of William Strachleigh, of Strachleigh, Esq., died 1583 & Anne his wife, d. of John Gould & Chrishian their only daughter, wife of Christopher Chudleigh.
Ermington Church, Devon.

[no title]  C 2949  1861

Contents:
Inscription & carving to William Dethicke, Esq & Margaret his wife, 1497.
Stapenhill Church, Derbys.

[no title]  C 2950  circa 1803

Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
The Arms of Sir John Borlase Warren's Esquires, 1803:-
Henry Sedle
Thomas Webb Edge
George Blackman.

[no title]  C 2951  ? circa 1788 or 1803

Contents:
Arms & Achievement of Sir William Fawcett K.B.
Other ranks & honours listed.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2952  Undated

Printed backwards.
Language:  French

Contents:
The Achievement of Sir Archibald Campbell, K.B.
Other ranks & honours listed.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2953  circa 1803

Contents:
The arms of Viscount Nelson's Esquires, 1803 :-
Horatio Nelson,
Thomas Bolton.
John Tyson.
Paper. French.

[no title]  C 2954  circa 1803

Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
The Arms of Sir Robert Abercomby's esquires, 1803 :-
George James Bruere Tucker, William Sadleir Bruere.
Frederick William Mulcaster.

[no title]  C 2955  circa 1803

Contents:
Arms of esquires of Sir William Augustus Pitt, 1803 :-
William Wynyard, Robert Ballard Long.
Hugh Mackay Gordon.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2956  1803

Contents:
Arms of esquires of Sir Andrew Mitchell: 1803 :-
John Lawford.
John Edward Madock.
Archibald Dyer.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2957  1803

Contents:
Arms of the esquires of Sir Joseph Banks, 1803 :-
Patrick George Craufurd.
John Craufurd.
John Croft.

[no title]  C 2958  1788

Contents:
The arms of the esquires of Lord Heathfield, 1788.
Rose Fuller.
George Fredk. Koehler.
William Dickinson.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2959  1803

Contents:
The arms of the esquires of Sir James Henry Craig, 1803
David Parkhill, Adolphus John Dalrymple, Leighton Cathcart Dalrymple.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2960  1788

Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
The arms of Sir Charles Grey's esquires, 1788
Edward Symes, John Meyrick, John Paterson.

[no title]  C 2961  1803

Contents:
The arms of Lord Henley's esquires :
Morton Eden.
William Eden.
John Cheesment.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2962  1803

Contents:
The arms of Sir Alured Clarke's esquires :
Orby Hunter.
Frederick Clarke.
Edwin Griffin.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2963  1803

Contents:
The arms of Sir Eyre Coote's esquires, 1803
John Clitherow
Charles Hammersley
John Pearse.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2964  1803

Contents:
Achievement of Sir Thomas Graves K.B. Rear admiral of the White. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2965  1803

Contents:
Achievement of Sir John Jervis M.P., K.B. etc. Rear admiral of the Blue.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2966  1803

Contents:
Same as C 2965 - but printed backwards.

[no title]  C 2967  1803

Printed backwards. Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
Achievement of Sir Joseph Banks Bart, KB. etc. etc.

[no title]  C 2968  1803

Contents:
Achievement of Sir John Borlase Warren, Bart, Rear admiral of the White etc. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2969  1803

Contents:
Achievement of Sir John Thomas Duckworth, Rear admiral of the Red, K.B. etc. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2970  1803

Contents:
Achievement of Sir Alexander Hood Vice Admiral of the Blue, etc. etc. K.B.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2971  1788

Contents:
Achievement of Lord George Brydges Rodney, (Lord Rodney) Admiral etc. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2972  1788

Contents:
Achievement of General George Augustus Eliott, Lord Heathfield. etc. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2973  1788

Printed backwards.

Contents:
Achievement of Lieutenant General Sir Charles Grey, K.B. etc. etc.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2974  1803

Contents:
Arms of Lord Whitworth's esquires in 1803 :-
Henry Shelley.
Thomas Lane.
Francis Hartwell.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2975  1803

Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
Arms of Sir James Saumarez's esquires :-
Richard King.
James Saumarez
Robert Bigland.

[no title]  C 2976  1803

Contents:
Arms of Sir William Medows, esquires, 1803
Hon. Chas. Herbert Pierrepont.
Hon. Henry Manves Pierrepont.
Hon. Philip Sydney Pierrepont.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2977  1803

Contents:
Arms of Lord Hutchinson's esquires, 1803
Robert Wilson.
Robt. Nassau Sutton
James Pitcarn.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2978  1803

Contents:
Arms of Sir Thomas Grave's esquires: 1803 :-
George Shum
Peter Paget.
Christopher Laroche.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2979  1803

Contents:
Arms of Sir Andrew Mitchell's esquires 1803 :-
John Lawford.
John Edward Madock
Archibald Dyer.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2980  1803

Contents:
The arms of Lord Keith's esquires 1803 :-
George Hartwell
David Thomas
Charles Elphinstone.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2981  1803

Paper
Language:  French

Contents:
Arms of Sir John Francis Cradock's esquires, 1803 :-
Hon. Robert Meade, William Ayshford Sanford
Charles Drake Dillon

[no title]  C 2982  1788

Contents:
Esquires of Sir John Jervis, their arms, 1788
Francis Stephens.
William Davies.
John Jones.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2983  1788

Contents:
Arms of Sir Alexander Hood's esquires, 1788
Thomas West.
Alexander Hood.
James Cockburn.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2984  1788

Contents:
Arms of Sir Archibald Campbell's esquires 1788 :-
Edward Addison.
Robert Stewat
Everard Home.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2985  1803

Contents:
Arms of the esquires of Sir John Colpoys, 1803
Geo. Augustus William Curzon.
John Trotter.
William Albany Otway.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2986  1803

Contents:
Arms of Sir Thomas Trigge's esquires, 1803
Henry Garrett
Benjamin Bathurst.
James Wellee.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2987  1803

Paper.
Language:  French

Contents:
Arms of Sir David Dundas' esquires, 1803
George Cholmley
Charles Hulse
Jonathan Elford.

[no title]  C 2988  1803

Contents:
Arms of Sir James Saumarez's esquires, 1803 :-
Richard King
Thomas Saumarez.
James Saumarez.
Paper. Fr.

[no title]  C 2989  circa 1706

27 Facsimile Copies and the original

Contents:
Bill to allow trustees to sell property of the late Elizabeth HICKS for a debt of £250-0.-0. in Portsmouth. etc. etc.
Paper.

[no title]  C 2990  21 December (1646)

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture. Feoffment.
(1) John COCKAYNE of Walberton, Sussex Bricklayer
William COCKAYNE of same, same, sons of late Ambrose C.
To (2) James MORRIS of Arundell, mercer for £45-0.-0.
Of messuage & garden in high Markett Street in Arundel in John Hote's tenure for ever.
2 sigs (1). E.

[no title]  C 2991  17 August 1720

9 seals & sigs. Parchment.

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
(1) Thomas ADAMS of Plimouth, Devon, mariner, eldest son & executor of Thos A. late of Brighthelmstone Sussex, mariner, decd.
(2) Thomas DEANE & Elizabeth.
Mary TREE, widow
Richard ADAMS,
John LAWDEN, & Anne
Cornelius ADAMS
Thomas HAMELIN & Hannah
Martha ADAMS, & Sarah ADAMS,
All being sons & daughters of Thos. A. decd.
(2) discharge (1) for the payment of legacy to each of £61-19-0. & agree to pay respective proportions of all costs, claims & damages; also that any future money of the late Thos. A. to be divided in the same way.
Endorsed with executor's a/cs 1718-1720 - quite detailed.

[no title]  C 2992  10 July 1734

4 sigs & seals (1) & (2) 3 armorial; Pt. E.

Contents:
Ind. Release.
(1) Samuel COCKAYNE of Cockayne Hatley, Beds. Esq (bro. & heir of Rich. C. decd)
(2) John BAGNALL of Hatton Garden, London, Esq Edward SPARHANKE of Baldock, Herts. gent.
Thomas HALFHYDE of Cambridge, apothecary.
(All devisees of Richard C. decd)
(3) Thomas LOVE of Baldock, Malster.
For £1250-0.-0. (3) to (2) & 5/- (3) to (1)
Of a messuage farmhouse in Wrestlingworth, Beds, + 2 acres pasture adjoining, & another 1½ acres.
Cottage in W. with 1½ acres.
80 acres in W. & Cockayne Hatley;
2½ acres in W.
12½ roods of pasture in W.
To (3) for ever.

[no title]  C 2993  8 February 1720 (1721)

4 sigs & seals.

Contents:
Ind. Transference of Mortgage
(1) Joseph COKAYNE of St. Thomas, Southwarke & Katherine his wife, nee Barns.
To (2) Thomas LEACH, citizen & haberdasher of London.
William DEACON of St. George the Martyr Southwarke, Brazier
For 5/- and agreements specified of Mortgage bond of ' Sept. 1720
For £150-0.-0. (1) to (2) for remainder of 500 years.
Endorsed with:
(1) Transference by Thomas Leach & William Deacon, to Thomas Scarrat of London, mercer & Hester his wife.
8 Jan 1739 (1740). 2 sigs & seals.
(2) Transference Thomas & Hester Scarratt to Thomas Worlidge of Southwark, gent. for £70.
9 Jan. 1739 (1740). 2 sigs & seals.
(3) Another transference: Date illegible Robert Lant to Joseph Gibbons of Parish of St. Geo. the Martyr, salter.
For 5/- 1 sig. armorial seal.
Property = messuage on Eastside of High Street, Suffolk.

[no title]  C 2994  14 January 1639

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Declaration
(1) Christopher VERNON of Hartingfordbury Herts, esq.
(2) Francis VERNON, his son & heir Elianor COKAYNE, one of ds. of William C. of London, esq.
(3) William STAMPE, fellow of Pembrook College, Oxford
John STAMPE of London, gent.
Timothy STAMPE of Inner Temple, esq
Arthur LOWE of Inner Temple, gent.
Robert CUFFE & Abraham KEYSAR of London, gent.
That in a sale of 4 Dec. 1637 by John Smith to (3) of certain lands in parish of St Andrew, Hertford, totaling 14 acres 3 roods for £490-0.-0.
That this money was paid by (1), using (3)'s names as trustees, for uses specified in the deed.
The land now to be held by (2) for their natural lives etc - other limitations specified.
Sigs of (1) & (2).

[no title]  C 2995  17 February (1687)

Seal armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Articles of Agreement, Indented.
(1) Mary SEABROOKE of Walthamstowe, Essex, widow
(2) John COCKAYNE of Hinxworthing, Herts, gent.
Edward S, son of (1), to convey to (2) within 6 months, 2 acres of copyhold land in Manor of Ashwell, Herts.
Sig (2).

[no title]  C 2996  26 October 1703

4 sigs & seals armorial.

Contents:
Ind. Release & Marriage Settlement
(1) Stephen MAN of Nottingham, Tanner.
(2) Thomas COCKAYNE of Chadson, Derby, gent.
James COCK of Derby, tanner
Mary COCKAYNE, d. of T.C.
For marriage of (1) & Mary C., & for £200-0.-0. T.C. to (1)
Of 2 messuages in Nottingham in the Narrow Marsh
On uses specified, to T.C. & J.C.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2997  13 January 1687 (1688)

Contents:
Ind. Conveyance.
(1) John COKAYNE of Cokayne Hatley, Beds, esq.
John GRIFFIN of Ashwell, Herts, gent.
Joshua COLLIN of same, gent.
(2) William SYMCOTTS of Clifton, Beds, gent.
Of manor & lordship of Clyfton & lanes in Clyfton & all appts to (2) for ever as a result of a Chancery decree & for £180-0.-0.
3 sigs & seals (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 2998  17 January (1407)

5 seal tags cut off. Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Charter Grant
Sir John DAPRICHECOURT, Sir Richard MOUNGUMERY, Sir Roger LECHE, Sir John COKEYN, Henry ROTHES & James HULME
To John MAKWORTH, clerk, Thomas TOCHET rector of Makworth church, John BREWOD, rector of Rodburne, William AROWSMYTH rector of Longeley
Of manor of Asshe iuxta Sutton, Derbys.
With all appts.
To (2) for ever.
No sigs

[no title]  C 2999  18 July 1656

Contents:
Ind. Agreement.
(1) Charles COCKAYNE the elder, of Rushton, late Visc. Cullen
To (2) Thomas BLUDWORTH of London, merchant
Agreement to mortgage the manor of ? Kingwood, in Surrey for £2000 (£1000 having already been paid).
Sig of (1). Pt.

[no title]  C 3000  12 June 1725

Sig & Seal (1).

Contents:
Ind. Mortgage -in-Fee.
(1) Richard COCKAYNE of Cockayne Hatley Beds. esq. son & heir of John C. decd.
(2) Edward SPARHANKE, of Baldock, Herts, gent.
For £1300-0.-0.
Of messuage farm in Wrestlingworth, Beds, with 2 A. adjoining.
A cottage in W. with 1½ A. adjoining.
Another cottage with 1½ A. in W.
80 A. in W. and Cockayne Hatley.
2 A. meadow, 12½ roods meadow both in W.
Another cottage with 2A. in W.
90 A. arable in W. & C.H., & 2½ A. meadow.
To (2) for ever, unless repayment of £1358-10-0.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3001  1 October (1590)

1 sig & seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Lease for Lives
(1) Sir Thomas COKAYNE of Pooley Warwick, Kt.
(2) Edward BYRCHE of Asheborne, Derby, yoman (servant to (1) ), & Marie, his wife
For £20-0.-0.
Of Messuage in Asheborne, Pynfold Croft, a croft on the dovehouse green, 2A. meadow, another messuage with close adjoining; a garden in Campdon in the fee of Clyston & a croft in Compdon in fee of Bradley
For term of 3 lives - i.e. of (2), & of John BOWRINGE son of Raphe B. of Ham, Staffs, yeoman.
For 40 shillings p.a. for the 1st 4 pieces of land listed
& for the rest 16/8 p.a.

[no title]  C 3002  2 July 1767

Contents:
Writing: Discharge of Legacy Claims
John VERTUE, Simon VERTUE, George VERTUE, John STUART & Hannah, & Mary VERTUE
For £70 apiece under will of Abigail Adams
To Stephen ABBOTT of London, Corn factor William RALPH of Woodbridge, merchant, executors of Abigail Adams of Woodbridge, Suffolk.
7 sigs & seals. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3003  20 March 1629 (1630)

Seal armorial: 2 bars between 6 fleurs d'lys 3. 2. 1. Sig (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Assignment
(1) Thomas STILES, citizen & skinner of London
(2) Dame Mary COKAINE, widow of Sir Wm. C. Kt. & Alderman, decd.
Charles COKAINE of London, Esq.
(3) Edward NORWOOD of New Windsor, Berks, esq.
Mathew CRADDOCK
William COKAINE the elder
Eichard BANCKES Citizens & skinners of London
(1) Was the trustee (with Edward Ramsey, now dead) of lands of Sir Wm. Cokayne apptd. 20 Jan (1629).
(1) Now transfers to (3) in indenture of assignment that has yet to be made and the lands in trust for (2) of Sir Wm. Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3004  25 July (1628)


Related information: See also C 3281

Contents:
Ind. Writing: Award of Disputed Lands
(1) Thomas LORD COVENTREY, Lord Keeper etc.
To (2) Dame Mary COKAINE, widow of Sir William C.
(3) & Charles COKAINE, esq. his son & heir
An order that all the lands and possessions of Sir William C, to the annual value of £4527 shall be equally divided between (2) and (3)
Sig of (1).
Endorsed by (2) & (3). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3005  1628

Contents:
Two Schedules of Lands of late Sir William Cokayne & their annual values
(i) Allotted to Dame Mary Cokaine
(ii) Allotted to Charles Cokaine.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3006  23 May 1610

13 Sigs & seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ward of Farringdon Without
Presentments by the Wardmott Inquest for Farringdon without, according to Custom and according to certain Articles of enquiry (unspecified)
re tenures & tenements.
Before William Cokayne, Sheriff & Alderman of the Ward

[no title]  C 3007  22 December 1669

Seal gone.

Contents:
Ind: Charge Upon Estates
(1) Brian LORD CULLEN
(2) Robert PEIRSON of Forsett, Yorks. gent. & Mary, his wife, sister of (1)
(3) George BLOUNT of Rushton, Esq.
John VAVASOUR of Spaldinton, Yorks, esq.
For 10/- (3) to (1)
Of (1) Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics.
(2) Rocester, Combridge & Alveton in Staffs & Derbys.
(3) Cordwells farm in Hedingham, Essex
(4) Parcel of the Park & a number of specified parcels of land in Hedingham Castle, Hedingham Cible, & Gestingthorpe, Essex
(5) All Northamptonshire lands
For 21 years
Paying between 1670-1677 a total of £5080-0.-0. to be in satisfaction of a legacy of £4000 from Charles, Lord Cullen, father of (1) & (2) & also to buy a £60 p a annuity for Mary
Sig of (1)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3008  5 May 1631

4 sigs & seals, 3 armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Assignment
(1) Mary Countess of DOVER., late wife of Sir Wm Cokayne, decd.
Charles COKAINE, only son & heir, esq. (both executors of Sir W.C.)
(2) William COKAIN of London, merchant Mathewe CRADDOCKE of London, merchant Jacob PRICE of London, merchant
(3) Sir Thomas FANSHAWE, of Ware Park, Herts. K.B. William ELMES of Warmington, esq.
For the love Chas. C. has for his sister Anne, wife of Sir Hatton Farmor & their daughters: Mary, Anna & Arabella.
C.C. assigns to (3) the mortgage deeds of Bucknells woods in parish of Towcester, of 360 acres, mortgaged by Sir Hatton Farmor 10 Oct 1619 for £1155, which was assigned to Sir Wm. Cokayne, (C.C's father) 15 Aug. 1621.
Upon trust specified, to exist until the death or marriages of Sir Hatton Farmor's daughters

[no title]  C 3009  10 January 1589

Sig & seal (2).

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) William COKAYNE, citizen & skinner of London
To (2) Wessell WEBLING of same, Brewer for money unspecified
Of messuage called Fastolfes als Fostall place, in Horsedowne, in parish of St. Olave, Southwark, with a little plot of land, garden, etc.
For ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3010  8 September 1601

2 seals, 1 armorial.

Contents:
Ind. Writing. Orders of Arbitrators.
(1) John MORE, cit. & Alderman of London Nicholas PERSON, cit. & skinner of London Thomas FERRERS, of same, haberdasher
Overseers of will of William Cokayne cit. & skinner of London, decd.
To (2) William Cokayne, eldest son & executor of W.C., decd.
(3) Richard COKAYNE, his brother
(1) Order (i) that (2) shall pay (3) £200-0.-0
(ii) (2) shall pay Thomas Cokayne, one of his brothers, £150, out of the other brothers portions
(iii) That (2) shall pay (3) £150-0.-0.
This because there have been disputes & controversies
3 sigs
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3011  20 April 1627

Sig & seal (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles COKAINE Esq. son & heir of Sir Wm. Cokayne, Kt & Ald. decd.
To (2) Rice ap RICHARD the younger, of Landingad, Carmarthen, gent.
For £64-0.-0. p.a.
Of Rectory & Church of Killicombe, ats Kellicombe with appt. in County of Carmarthen
For 21 years.

[no title]  C 3012  7 July 1629

2 sigs & seals. 1 armorial.

Contents:
Ind. Quit Claim.
(1) Sir Montague BERTY, KB, Lord WILLOUGHBY
Dame Martha, Dowager Countess of HOLDERNESS
To (2) Dame Mary COKAINE, widow Charles COKAINE, esq executors of Sir Wm. Cokaine decd.
Of all claims to 5000 marks, being the remainder of £10,000 granted to Martha of Holderness as her marriage portion, by her father Sir Wm Cokayne on 1. July 1624, (1) being executors of late Earl of Holderness.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3013  20 June 1638

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London, esq.
To (2) Thomas RANT of Graies Inn, M/sex, esq. George HALL of Oswald Kirke, Yorks, gent.
For £2,500-0.-0.
Of Manor & lordship of Potte, Yorks, with all appts.
For ever.
2 sigs & seals, armorial of (2); Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3014  5 July 1617

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Release
(1) Sir George HIDE of Kingston Lysley, Berks.
Peter VANLOOR, the elder of London, esq.
To (2) Sir William COKAYNE, citizen & Alderman of London
Mathew CRADOCKE, cit. & skinner of London for sum unspecified
Of Manor & farm of Southcott, als Circott, Berks, with appts. with the land called the Great Meadow, Leasowes, Wood Close, Great ground, middle ground & lower ground, all in parish fields of Southcott, als Circott, Berks.
P.V., with consent of Sir G.H. to (2)
For ever
2 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3015  23 August 1662

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN.
To (2) Mary LADY CULLEN, widow
For £10-0.-0. p.a.
Of messuage, garden & 6 oxgangs of land in Hanging Grimston, in parish of Kirby Underdale, Yorks.
For 99 yrs.
Sig (1) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3016  20 April 1627

Sig & seal armorial. (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale.
(1) Charles COKAYNE, esq. son & heir of Sir Wm. Cokayne, decd.
To (2) Morgan OWENS, Carmarthen, clerk
For £575-15-0.
Of the Rectory & Church of St. Ismaell & appts. in Cos. of Carmarthen & Pembroke, belonging to late College of St. Davids, Pembroke
Saving the advowson of the vicarage to the King.
(1) To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3017  5 May 1631

1½ seals. (1)

Contents:
Writing: Authorisation of
(1) Mary, Countess of DOVER, wife of Henry, Earl of, Charles COKAINE of London esq (her son)
To (2) William COKAINE of London, merchants
Mathew CRADOCKE of London, merchants
Jacob PRICE of London, merchants
To seal a tripartite indenture of same date (5 May 1631) conveying 360 acres lying within the manor & parish of Towcester, to Sir Thomas Fanshawe of Ware Park, Herts & William Elmes of Warmington, esq.
Previous Conveyances from 15 Aug. 1621 detailed.
(2) Are trustees of Lady Dover for purpose of Conveyancing.
2 sigs.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3018  31 May 1666

Sig & Seals (1).

Contents:
Ind: Lease
(1) William PETTIT, cit. & Merchant-taylor of London
George ROWSE of Drewry Lane, in parish of St Giles in the fields, Tagter
To (2) Mary LADY CULLEN, widow
Brien, LORD CULLEN.
Of Manor House of Hanging Grimston, Yorks, with other lands in H.G. (field names given), the warren mill and ½ of the manor of H.G; also another messuage with garden & croft of 6 oxgangs in H.G.
For 20 years 11 months.
For £10 p.a. until 1671, and for the residue a peppercorn.
Pt. E

[no title]  C 3019  7 November 1567

no seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Assignment of Lease
(1) Richard MARIOTT, cit. & clothworker of London
To (2) William WILSON of same, clothworker.
For £45-0.-0.
Of a lease of 24 Jan. 1551 for 40 yrs.
@ £4. p.a.
Of capital messuage with appts. in Horsadowne, in parish of St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey which Sir Thomas Cokayne of Asheburne, Derby, did lease to (1) for remainder of term of years.
Indented Schedule of the lands included.
1 sig (2)

[no title]  C 3020  3 November 1621

Torn in middle & under one sig. 1 seal

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, cit. & Alderman of London
Jacob PRYCE, his servant.
To (2) Morice GWYNNE of Glyn Ymorch, Carmarthen, esq.
Thomas POWELL of Conwillgaio, Carmarthen, gent.
Of Rectory & Church of Killicombe als Kellicombe, Carm. late of the former College of St. Davids, Pembroke & all appts, usually leased at £16 p.a. - saving all woods, mines & quarries -
For 21 yrs.
For £16 p.a.
2 sigs (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3021  25 May 1664

1½ seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Assignment of Mortgage
(1) Bryan LORD CULLEN
(2) Elizabeth MOORE of London, widow
(3) George Monk, DUKE of ALBEMARLE
For £1000 (3) at apptmt of (1) to (2)
Of capital messuage of Hanging Grimston & other lands therein (field names given); the Warren, mill and half the manor of H.G. & another messuage, garden, croft & 6 oxgangs of land in H.G.
For remainder of 99 yrs (mortgage dated 20 Nov. 1656)
(2) To (3) with consent of (1).
2 sigs (2) & (2)

[no title]  C 3022  11 March 1587 (1588)

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Lease to pay Debts.
(1) John GRENE, Whitebaker citizens of London
William COKAYNE, skynner citizens of London
Stephen SCARBOROUGHE, grocer citizens of London
John COLLET, merchantaylor citizens of London
John PATSON, dyer citizens of London
John FISHER citizens of London
W.C., S.S., J.C., J.P., J.F., are all creditors of John Grene
To (2) Robert WALDOE, cit. & fownder of London
For £107-13-4 (3) to creditors, J Grene assigns to (2)
Lease of 1 April 1572 of 18 messuages in or near Bell Alley in parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate for 30 yrs for £17-6-8 p.a.
(Lease was by Master & Co. of Merchant Taylors to John Hall, cit. & Draper of London, which J.H. assigned to J.G. 19 Nov. 1577.)
For remainder of term of terms
Schedule of Debts annexed.
Sig of (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3023  27 May 1624

1 sig & seal; Russell. (A lot decayed); Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Articles of Agreement
(1) Thomas Jones & Thomas Russell, esqs. holders, by assignment, of two letters patent of 10 Feb. 1623, and 23 Feb (1624), granting a monopoly of manufacture of hard & soft soap.
(2) Sir William Cokayne, cit. & Alderman of London
For £40 p.a. (1) to (2)
(2) Is to lay out £3000 Capital:-
£1000 to buy potash at £25 per ton
£2000 for machinery, wages etc.
(1) Also quitclaims to (2) all rights etc in the house in the precinct of St. Katherins, & the utensils, where the soap is made.
The new made soap is to remain (2)'s possession & to be sold at the rate per ton of £28: hard soap, and £21: soft soap, with lower rates if the soap is unsold after 10 weeks.

[no title]  C 3024  Undated

VERY BADLY STAINED; 3 sigs & seals.

Contents:
Ind. ? Appointment of Attorney ?
(1) Bryan, LORD CULLEN
(2) Thomas COLE & Judith his wife, of ---, co. Southampton esq. late wife & adminitratrix of Peter Tryon, late of m/sex esq. decd.
(3) Gregory GORING of Denchworth, Berks.
(1)'s father, Charles Cokayne was bound to Peter Tryon then of Seaton, Rutland by Statute Staple in £2000, to repay ?£1000, which was paid by (3)
(1) Agrees to assign the bond to (3), and (2) appoints (3) their attorney to sue out a writ of execution.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3025  10 July 1633

1 seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Agreement re Debt.
(1) Henry Carey, EARL of DOVER
(2) Mary, COUNTESS of DOVER, late wife of Sir Wm. Cokayne, decd.
William COKAYNE
Mathew CRADDOCK
Jacob PRICE Cits. & skinners of London
(3) Charles COKAYNE, son & heir of the late Sir Wm. Cokayne, esq that if there are any debts of Sir W.C. outstanding, or legacies due to Miss Jane C., his youngest child, they shall be equally paid by (2) & (3) on behalf of Lady D, by paying 1/2 each.
Sigs of (2).

[no title]  C 3026  18 June 1611

Contents:
Ind: Agreement
(1) William COKAYNE, cit. & Alderm. of London
To (2) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe, Leics.
As (2) mortgaged Elmesthorpe Manor & rectory for £7800 on 25 May 1611, & is bound by Statute Staple of 18 June 1611 to (1) in £12,000, now (1) acknowledges himself satisfied, & if there is any default in payment of the £7800 then the land to be (1)'s outright.
The land = Elmesthorpe manor, & (2)'s land in E. & Earleshilton, Leics.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3027  26 November 1602

seal (1)

Contents:
Ind: Transfer of Annuity
(1) Richard COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London one of sons of William C. same, decd.
(2) William COKAYNE, same
(3) Thomas COKAYNE of Brassing, Herts, son & heir of W.C., decd.
(1) Authorises (2) to receive his half moiety of a £100 annuity devised to (1) & his brother Francis by their father W.C. decd, and arising out of lands - all specified in detail - in Holbitch, Gidney & Holland, Lincs. Sold to W.C. the father by William WELBYE of Gedney, Lincs, esq. (the £100 being arrears of rent).
(3) Also agrees, & authorises (2).
Sigs (1) & (3)

[no title]  C 3028  30 January 1637 (1638)

1 seal, obliterated. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale.
(1) Charles COKAINE of Rushton, esq.
William WARD of London, esq.
To (2) Francis WILLIAMSON of Walkringham, Notts. Esq.
For £5160 (2) to C C.
10/- (2) to W.W.
Of Manor, Capital messuage & farm of Turnam Hall, als Turnham Hall cum Cliffe, Yorks.
& manor or moiety of manor of Cliffe, Yorks.
& Manor of Cliffe, called Marvies fee, Yorks.
(1) To (2) for ever.
NO sigs.

[no title]  C 3029  21 February 1638

remains of seal.

Contents:
Ind: Agreement to Implement Deed of Sale
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London, esq, & Lady Mary Cokayne, his wife Jacob PRICE, late servant to Sir Wm. Cokayne, Knight & Alderman, decd.
To (2) William MIDDILTON of Bondgate, near Rippon, Yorks, gent.
(1) Agrees to implement Indenture of Sale of same date, 21 Feb (1638) whereby (1) sold to (2), for sum unspecified, the Prebendary of Sharrowe, in the Collegiate Church of Ripon, Yorks.
Sig of (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3030  18 December 1620

Contents:
Ind: Marriage Settlement, Agreement
(1) Charles LORD HOWARD of Effingham, son & heir of Charles, Earl of Nottingham
With
(2) Sir William COKAYNE, Kt.
For the marriage (already solemnisex) between (1) & Marie, eldest daughter of (2), & for the provision of a jointure for her of Manors of Barkham, Netherhall & Plumton, all in Sussex, (1) shall settle on his wife, Mary Cokayne for the use of Mary Cokayne & her heirs by (1). for ever.
Annexed: Indented Schedule of all deeds & writings that concern the said lands & manors.
Sig & Seal (2). Parchment.

[no title]  C 3031  1698

Paper.

Contents:
Copy
Last page (3) of deed settling the Jointure of Susan Maunsell on her marriage with Edward Hill.
(Endorsed 1698)
Jointure being £1600 & ?land in Rothwell.
E.

[no title]  C 3032  1697

Contents:
Assessment of Rothwell Houses, & Money payable to King on Houses & Windows
Due by Act of Parl. for making good deficiency of Clipped Money.
Names, no. of windows & money due - all listed.
Signed by Collectors: Jonathan Wells and Nathaniel Chambers, and allowed by St. Andrew, St. John, John Weaver, & R. Maunsell.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3033  1697

Paper.

Contents:
Rushton Assessment for window tax
(- Same as C.3032)
Allowed & signed by St. Andrew St. John, R. Maunsell, & John Weaver.

[no title]  C 3034  13 October after 1809 before 1825

Contents:
Letter: M. A. Limerick
(= Mary Alice, Countess of Limerick)
To "Madam" (= Barbare Cokayne, wife of Hon Wm Cokayne)
Wanting to get to know B.C. & her daughter Elizabeth Charlotte, who was to marry M.A.L's son, Edmond.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3035  27 November 1611

DECAYED; Parchment.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond in 100 marks
Sir Thomas Humphrey of Swepston, Leics.
To William Cokayne, cit. & Alderman of London
Condition: that T.H. shall deliver to W.C. true copies of certain leases - all specified, of land in Swepston, Leics.

[no title]  C 3036  27 October 1767

Parchment.

Contents:
Agreement of Tenancy
Thomas Shortland with George Hill, esq
That T.S. shall hold as tenant to G.H. the farmhouse & buildings & 4½ yardlands & 1/6 YL. formerly held by T.S's father, William, in Rowell.
For 3 years @ £50 p.a.
2 sigs. E.

[no title]  C 3037  2 November 1801

Parchment.

Contents:
Agreement of Tenancy
(1) William Perkins & William Vialls to (2) George Hill esq.
(1) To hold of (2) Farmhouse & 5 Yardlands in Rowell & other land therein, specified for 3 yrs @ £81-5-0.
3 sigs (1) & (2)

[no title]  C 3038  18 January 1780

Contents:
Agreement of Tenancy
(1) Benjamin Vialls
To (2) Mr Serjeant Hill
(1) To hold of (2)
Staithes Close in Rowell
For 5 yrs @ £20 p.a.
2 Sigs (1) & (2). P. E.

[no title]  C 3039 (a) & (b)  25-6 January 1768

Paper.

Contents:
Copy: Ind. of Lease & Release for 3 Lives
(1) Richard HERON of Lincolns Inn, esq.
To (2) George HILL of Rowell, esq.
For £1000
Of 1st floor apartment at North end of the West range of buildings in the New Square of Lincolns Inn; on the South side of staircase II, and the vault belonging to the Chamber.
During life of (1) & of 2 others to be nominated by (2).
E.

[no title]  C 3040  27 May 1918

Contents:
2 Covering Letters
Herbert R. Moulton, 5 Park Hill, Richmond, Surrey
To Sir Brien Cokayne
Being (1) remarks re Cokayne & Maunsell docs.
(2) Covering letter for Hill docs.
C.3031-39.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3041  23 May 1707

Sig & Seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Mortgage for Further Security.
(1) Daniel HULL of Rushton, grazier
To (2) Charles LORD CULLEN
Bryan HULL of Rushton, gent.
Of 2 closes: East & West Oldfold - = 90 acres in parish of Gt. Oakeley.
1 close: Grang Park = 20 acres, in Pipewell.
For 49 yrs.
To secure further debts of
(i) £300 to Lord Cullen
(ii) £400 to Bryan Hull
£41-15-9 to Bryan Hull
(iii) £ 50 to the Rector & Overseers of the poor of Rushton.

[no title]  C 3042  7 July 1609

Contents:
Ind: Lease
(1) Raphe DOCWRA of Fulborne, Cambs. gent.
To (2) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London
Of great messuage, with all floors & cellars, & garden, in parish of St. Peter the Poore, in the city, in occ. of (2)
For 21 years
Paying, during the life of Edward D,
(1)'s brother, 2 rents to (1):
(i) £7-5-0. p.a.
(ii) £17-5-0. p.a.
And after the death of Edward D.
(i) £14-10-0. p.a.
(ii) £3-10-0. p.a.
Sig & Seal (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3043  12 January 1736 (1737)

Sig & papered seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Faculty
(1) Robert, Bishop of Peterborough
To (2) Thomas Jackson, clerk, M.A. rector of Rushton St. Peters
To convey the North part of the Church yard of St. Peter's Church, to Charles Lord Cullen, patron of the Church 168 ft long & 64 wide, at a value of
5/- p.a.
To enlarge the Court leading to his mansion,
Provided Lord Cullen Conveys to (2) close called Bowling Green Close as security for annuity of 20/- granted to (2)

[no title]  C 3044  9 April 1608

Sigs & Seals. 7. (2) & (3)

Contents:
Covenant to Levy a Fine
(1) William COKAYNE, Citiz. & Skinner of London
(2) Sir George RALEIGH of Farmeborough, Warws.
Sir Edward RALEIGH, his son & heir
Alban BUTLER the younger of Aston on the Walls, Northants, esq.
Manasses COOPER of Arlescott, Warws. gent
William SWAINE of Northend, Warws. gent
(3) George FULLSHURST of Farmeborough, gent
Thomas HENCHMAN of Isham gent.
(1) & (2) to levy fine in favour of (3)
Of Manor of Farmeborough, Warwicks., Advowson & perpetual presentation to F. Church, & all lands of (1) & (2) in F. except as specified in an annexed schedule, which are limited to use of (1).
But if Sir G.R., & Sir E.R. pay to (1) £7700, the limitations to (1) are to be void, and the fine is to stand to the use of Sir G.R. & Sir E.R.
Schedule annexed.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3045  10 April 1611

Sig & Seals (1) & (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind:
Agreement to Levy Fine for a Recovery
(1) Thomas COKAYNE of Badesley Ensor, Warws, gent & Frydeswide, his wife
(2) William COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London William MORS, same
(3) Thomas HENCHMAN of Isham, gent.
Mathew CRADOCKE of London, skinner
(1) Agrees with W.C. to levy a fine for the use of W.C. of his messuage & lands in Badesley Ensor & Gryndone Warwicks., so that subsequently
(2) Can suffer a Common Recovery.

[no title]  C 3046  30 July 1669

Sig & Seal (2) armorial

Contents:
Ind: Grant of Annuity
(1) George BLUNT of Rushton, esq. and Mary Lady CULLEN his wife
To (2) Brien Lord CULLEN
For £10 p.a. due by (1) to (2) for lands in Grimston, Yorks, & hereby (1) is exonerated of annuity by (2).
Of £10 annuity charged on all lands of Mary Lady Cullen in Rushton
For 60 years (1) to (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3047  26 April 1634

3 armorial seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Agreement & Transference.
(1) Henry EARL of DOVER,
Mary COUNTESS of DOVER
John, VISCOUNT ROCHFORD, Dover's son and heir
John HELLAM of Royden, Essex. gent.
(2) William COKAINE of London, merchant.
Mathew CRADOCK same
Jacob PRICE same
(i) (2) transfers to (1) land in North & West Lynne, Norfolk, granted to W.C.
By royal letters patent of 26 July (1631) containing in all: moiety of 1 capital messuage - Place House - a tenement called Old Swanne, 2 other tenements and 833 acres (all separately given) (this land had been sequestered by King from Raphe Allen esq for a £5000 debt).
(ii) (1) allows (2) to deduct £500 p.a. from the £1500 p.a. paid by (2) to Lady Dover on & after her marriage with the Earl, until the full sum of £1500 be reached.
4 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3048  1 July 1614

Paper.

Contents:
Agreement
(1) William COKAINE, Alderman of London
(2) Sir Richard CONQUEST
William CAYNHOE
George HEATH
Richard WHEELER
Richard OSBORNE
Nicholas FOSTER
Richard ANSTEY
That tenants of lands in Hawnes & Houghton Conquest, (Beds) sold by (1) to (2) 1 July 1614, shall remain in possession till Michaelmas next.
7 sigs.
E.

[no title]  C 3049  1614-1615

BADLY STAINED; Sig & Seal (3); Sig of (2) destroyed.

Contents:
Ind: Mortgage in Fee.
(1) William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
Dame Grissell NEWDICATE wife of late Sir Robert N. of Hawnes, Beds, decd.
Anne NEWDIGATE, widow, mother of Sir Robt.
Thomas LEAPER of ----
(2) Richard OSBORNE of Blunham, Beds. yeoman
(3) Nicholas FOSTER of EVERTON, Hunts, yeoman,
(4) Richard AWSTYN of Clophill, Beds. yeoman,
For £637-5-0. (2) (3) & (4) to W.C. & money unspecified to rest of (1) by the same.
Of 5 messuage tenements in Norwood, Hawnes; & 100 acres 1 rood of land, all in Hawnes - each severally described
To (2) (3) & (4) for ever.
Sig (4)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3050  1 July 1614

1 Sig & seal (2); Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Conveyance
(1) William Cokayne, Alderman of London
Dame Grissell Newdigate, late wife of Sir Robt. N. of Hawnes decd.
Anne Newdigate, mother of Sir R.
To (2) Sir Richard Conquest the younger of Houghton Conquest, Beds.
For money unspecified
Of lands in Houghton Conquest and Hawnes: 2 messuages in Hawnes & 175 acres.
For £800-0.-0. (2) to W.C.

[no title]  C 3051  1 July 1614

Contents:
Indenture: Mortgage in Fee
(1) William Cokayne, Dame Grissell Newdigate, Anne Newdigate, Thomas Leaper of Hawnes, yeoman.
(2) William Caynhoe, clerk, of Woolston Parva, Bucks
(3) George Heath of Houghton Conq. yeom.
(4) Richard Wheeler of same, yeom.
For £520-13-4 (2) (3) & (4) to W.C. & money unspecified by same to rest of (1)
& for £520-13-4 to be paid by a proviso
Of 4 tenements in Hawnes & 137 acres 1 rood in Hawnes & Houghton Conquest.
To (2) (3) & (4) for ever.
Mark of (3)
Rest vanished. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3052  1 May 1705

Sigs & seals (1) (2) & (3). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Marriage Settlement.
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, Esq.
(2) Nathaniel HILL of Waddington, Lincs. Clerk, son of (1)
(3) Stephen LODDINGTON of Lincoln, gent & Eliz. LODDINGTON his only daughter, spinster
(4) William AMBLER of Spalding, Lincs. esq. Edmund HARRIS of Kerton Holme, Holland, Lincs. gent.
For marriage of (2) & (3) and for conveyance of (3) to use of (2) & (3) of all his lands in Kerton Skeldike, Holland, Lincs, of 27/8 April 1705.
Of Dawess farm & 3 yardlands in Rothwell, als Rowell, & another 3 messuages 1½ Yardlands & 1/6 YL also in Rowell
(1) To (3) & (4) for uses specified.

[no title]  C 3053  21 June 1607

Contents:
Ind. Defeasance
(1) William COCKYN the elder, cit. & skinner of London
To (2) Sir Robert NEWDIGATE of Hawnes, Beds for £206-13-4 on bond of £400 of same date.
Sig (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3054  1 January 1657 (1658)

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Transfer of Sheriffs' Office, Prisoners etc.
(1) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, esq, late High Sheriff
(2) Sir Edward NICOLLS of Faxton, Bt. present High Sheriff
According to the writ of Oliver Lord Protector
(1) Surrenders to (2) the County of Northampton, the Gounty Gaole in Northampton, the gardens etc used with it, the writs, rolls, prisoners, implements etc
& the bodies of :
William Rome, convicted of treason, but reprieved by Judges Kalendar of Summer Assizes 1656
Humfry Fradsham, John Burbidge, Robert Bushby, of treason; reprieved.
Katherine West of murder, reprieved until her child born.
Richard Wells, of rape;
John Stripon & John Blagus of felony;
William Drawater, Edward Wade, Raph Downes,
Alice Marcy, Joseph Wright, John Lyne, David Offree, Francis Weyman, Dorothy Jewett, Judith Smyth, Lucy Fitzhooke, Martha Wesson: various unspecified offences.
Thomas Blewett for debt; John Ward for debt;
Thomas Woodes for dent; Thomas Seale for debt;
Thomas Robins for debt; Details of all given.
Sig of (2).

[no title]  C 3055  25 February 1628 (1629)

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance. ?Draft.
(1) Charles Cokayne of London, son & heir of Sir William C., decd.
To (2) Robert Carr, son & heir of Jas. Carr, of Newcastle uppon Tyne, merchant.
For £700-0.-0.
Of all lands in St. Ellen Antland, Co. Durham = 160 acres; 70 acres & 170 acres
For ever.
No sigs, seals or witnesses. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3056  12 July 1633

Contents:
Writing: Legacy Aquittance
Jane Cokayne, youngest daughter of Sir William C, decd.
To Henry Earl of Dover, Lady Dover, to Charles Cokayne, William Cokayne, Mathew Cradocke & Jacob Price
Of all legacy monies due to her - no sums mentioned.
Sig. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3057  27 May 1684

Seal gone.

Contents:
Will of Bryan Lord Cullen
Fairly short & undetailed (died 1687)
Sig. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3058  24 February 1627

Seals gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Agreement
(1) Sir William COKAYNE of London, Knight.
(2) Sir Robert HYDE of Charleton, Berks, Kt. Edmund FETTIPLACE of Letcombe Regis, Berks. Esq.
John SAUNDERS of Middle Temple, London, esq.
(2) To pay to one £400.
& then (1) will convey to (2) 102½ acres dispersed in the fields of Uffington, Berks.
3 Sigs (2)

[no title]  C 3059  26 February 1621

Sig of "Hide" - rest torn.

Contents:
Indented Articles of Agreement
(1) Sir William Cokayne, Knight
(2) Sir Robert HIDE of Charleton Berks. Edmund Fettiplace of Lettcombe Regis, Berks, esq.
John Sanders of Middle Temple, esq.
(1) Will return to (2) mortgage bond on Kingston Lisle, Berks for £4000, if (2) pays to (1) £2470-16
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3060  2 January 1573

Sig & seal of B.H.

Contents:
Writing: Grant
(As John HALES sold to Thomas DOCWRA esq, his capital mansion house in London. Now)
Bartholomew HALES grants to T.D. the use of the glass of the windows, the "waynscores" and ceilings in the house.
And that T.D. shall have the disposition of all globes, maps, astronomical, geometrical and cosmographical instruments and papers, as books.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3061  31 January 1600

Sig (1) - very faint & ½ missing. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Writing:
(1) Thomas COKAYNE, son & heir of William Cokayne, Skinner decd. the elder
To (2) Francis COKAYNE) bros. of (1). citizens Richard COKAYNE) & skinners of London.
Under the provisions of his father's will
(1) To (2) of all W.C. the elder's lands, houses etc in Lincs, acquired from William Welbye

[no title]  C 3062  19 May 1612

Badley stained & illegible at rt hand side.

Contents:
Ind. Demise
(1) William COKAINE. cit. & Alderman of London
Mathew (CRADOCKE), his servant
To (2) Sir Robt. (Newdigate) of Hawnes, Beds of Hundred of Feytte, Beds. for 1 yr. 2 days
Sig (2) Seal gone. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3063  1 January 1666

Contents:
Ind. Grant of Annuity
(1) Brien, Lord CULLEN to (2) Richard BASSE of Rushton, gent.
For the faithful service of (2), of Annuity of £30 p.a.
Charged on Upper & Lower Hawkefield & Mortarpit Close, in Rushton
For 50 yrs if (2) shall so long live.
Sig (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3064  1 June 1626

Sig & seal torn off. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Kt & Alderman to (2) Robert HYDE of Middle Temple, gent.
Of 20 A close = Lady Crofts, part of manor of Kingston Lisle, in Baulkin, in parish of Uffington, Berks
For 40 yrs if Dame Katherine, wife of Sir George Hyde Kt decd, shall so long live
For £30 - p.a.

[no title]  C 3065  6 July 1738

10 sigs & seals. all parties. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Conveyance
(1) John HORTON, late of Kettering, & late of Gumbley, Leics, & now of Wharkton, gent.
(2) Elizabeth HILL, late of Rothwell & now of the Middle Temple, esq. eldest son & heir of N.H. & E.
John HILL of Rowell, gent., next son of N.H. & E.
Elizabeth HILL of Rowell, spinster.
Mary UMFRAVILL of city of London, widow Ann HILL spinsters, of Rothwell
Sarah HILL spinsters, of Rothwell
4 of the daughters of Nathaniel & Elix. Hill
(3) James PURSER of --- Loddington, gent. William PURSER of Draughton, Grazier
For £207-10. J.P. at direction of (1) to Thomas HULL of Weekley, gent. & Mary his wife, executrix of Martha late wife of John Barton of Geddington both decd, to whom (J.B) £200 was owing as one of debts of Edward Hill, father of Nathaniel H. decd.
& for £277-10, same, to Rebena HARPER of Market Harborough, widow, in payment of debt of Edward Hill
& for £122-10, same to Henry WARD of Faxton, yeoman, for debt of Edw. Hill.
Being a total of £607-10.
& for 10/- J.P. to (1), E.H, the elder, & G.H.
Of 4 closes of pasture in Rothwell totalling 43 acres, the freeboard of George Hill, the Carriage or Driftways from the closes up Desborough way from Nunnery Lane End.
To (3) for ever.

[no title]  C 3066  7 September 1669

seals gone.

Contents:
Ind: Feoffment
(1) Thomas COKAINE of Ashborne, Derby. esq.
Thomas PEGGE of Inner Temple, gent.
To (2) Benjamin TAYLOR of Ashborne, gent.
For £10 (2) to T.C. 12d each (2) to T.P. & G.P.
Of dwelling house in the upper end of the Market place in Ashborne in tenure of Richard C. to (2) for ever
3 sigs Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3067  6 November 1633

2 seals + impressions; (1) & C.C. W.C's missing. 2 seals unused. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Marriage Settlement
(1) Sir Anthony DRURY of Besthorpe, Norfolk
(2) Sir William DRURY, his son & heir. Mary COKAINE, d. of William C., of London merchant
(3) William COKAINE, as above Charles COKAINE of Rushton, esq.
(4) John SPELMAN of Narburgh, Norfolk, Esq. Humphrey RANT of Yelverton, Norfolk, esq.
For marriage of (2), & a marriage portion of £3000, W.C. to (1), & for a jointure to Dame Bridgett Drury wife of (1), if she survives (1), & for a jointure for M.C.
(1) Agrees with (3) that (2) shall hold Capital messuage called Gills, with 16 acres; 4 tenements with a total of 82 acres; a messuage with 23 A. & 6 closes with total of 95 acres all lying in Besthorpe, Old Buckenham, Attilburgh, Wymondhan, Hyngham & Deepham, in Norfolk, some being copyhold, but indistinguishable from the freehold.
For security on these lands (1) grants to (3)
The manor of Besthoroe als Cursons and Plassingham, lying in Attilburgh or any other town in Norfolk; 13 acres of arable in Chauntlers als Chaunticleeres Manor in A; and 150 acres in A. - field names given
(1) To (3) on uses specified.
Sigs (1) & (3)

[no title]  C 3068  5 June 1658

Paper

Contents:
Draft copy: Lease
(1) Sir Aston Cokayne of Ashborne, Derby Thomas Cokayne, his son & heir
To (2) Benjamin Taylor of Ashborne, gent.
Of "Pingle, stirke, grasses & tythes" - i.e:
Pingle with a barn, & 5 stirke grasses in Kingston, Derbs.
& all tythes on this land, & growing out of lands of late John Allen, decd & now of George Dale
For 21 yrs from the death of Anne Cokaine, widow, mother of Sir Aston
For 2 peppercorns. E.

[no title]  C 3069  25 February 1628 (1629)

Contents:
Receipt for £700.
(1) Charles Cokayne to (2) Robert Carre being purchase money for certain lands in St Hellen Auckland in Co. Durham, sold by (1) to (2)
Sig (1). Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3070  2 April 1666

3 seals; Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Conveyance for Recovery
(1) Sir Aston COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby. Bt.
Thomas COKAYNE, his son & heir
(2) John BUXTON of Ashborne. gent.
(3) Joseph GIRDLER of Bruningham. Warws. gent. Thomas WRIGLEY, cit, & confectioner of London for £200. (2) & (3) to (1) of 7 beastgates, or pasturage for "Seaven neate beasts", from 1 May - 29 Sept. every year 49 sheepegates 29 Sept - 1 May every year, in Low Close, Offcott, Derbys.
To (3) for ever: to become tenants to the Precipe in a Common Recovery
Sigs all parties
Endorsed with Chancery enrolment note. Qs

[no title]  C 3071  4 June 1597

Sig & seal (1)

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale
(1) Edward COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby. Esq.
To (2) Sir Anthony ASHLEY, one of the clerks of the Privy Council.
For £500 (2) to (1)
Of Reversion of the manor of Ballidon in parish of Bradborne, Derby, which (1) had mortgaged to (2) 1 Feb 1597 for £500.
To (2) for ever.
Endorsed with note of enrollment in Chancery.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3072  19 April 1556

Sig & seal (1)

Contents:
Ind: Deed of Exchange
(1) Sir Thomas COKAYNE, Kit
(2) Augustyne BABINGTON Esq.
To nettle a dispute over 12 acres in Knyston's grange in the Lordship of Ballidon, Derby, which each claim.
(1) To (2) the 12 acres as above
(2) To (1) messuage and one meadow called Balliclon Fourth, in tenure of William Bulclough. But if any part of this remains within the inclosure of Knystons grange, then that part is to be (2)'s.

[no title]  C 3073  21 January 1667

2 seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Feoffment & Appmt of Attorneys.
(1) Thomas COKAINS of Ashborne, Derby, Esq.
Thomas PEGGE of Yeildersley, Derby, esq.
Gilbert PEGGE of the Inner Temple. gent.
To (2) Joane PARKER of Ashborne, widow.
For £81 (2) to T.C.
12d (2) to T.P. & G.P.
Of messuage in Ashborne, where now (2) lives, with the croft adjoining to (2) for ever.
(1) Appoint John HAWKESWORTH of Compton, Derby, gen ; and Francis HALLOWES of Ashborne, V, Derby, yeoman
To take seisin & deliver it to (2).
Endorsed with note that this has been done.
3 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3074  21 September 1620

Contents:
Writing: Feoffment
(1) Sir John FERRERS of Tamworth, Warws. Kt.
To (2) Edward PEGGE of Ashbourne, gent.
of messuage farm in A. in (2)'s tenure.
In performance of pair of Indentures of same date & same parties.
To (2) for ever.
Sig (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3075  7 June 1670

seals gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Feoffment
(1) Sir Aston COKAINE of Pooley, Warws, Bt.
Thomas COKAINE of Ashborne, Derby, Esq. his son & heir
To (2) John HAWKESWORTH of Compton, Ashborne, gent.
For £18 (2) to (1)
Of Croft in A. called. Battle Doore Yard to (2) for ever.
2 Sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3076  24 June 1615

Contents:
Ind. Lease for Security
(1) William COKAINE cit. & Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Thomas HUKPRSY of Swepston, Leics.
Of 12 parcels of land, totalling 567 acres,in Swepston, Leics. in (2)'s tenure
For 24 yrs.
But if (2) pays (1) £1300 this lease to be void.
Sig of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3077  23 November 1609

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
(1) Lewys. TRESHAM of Rushton als Rushden,esq.
To (2) William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
Of a proviso in a deed of sale of 9 Nov. 1607, between same parties, of all (1)'s lands in Rushton, allowing (1) to redeem his land for £3600.
He now warrants the land absolutely to (2)
Sig (1). Seal gone. Pt. E

[no title]  C 3078  16 July 1640

Parchment.

Contents:
Copy of Royal Patent: Charles to John, Earl of Peterborough
Appointing him Lieutenant of Northamptonshire.
Endorsed "For Charles Cokaine".
Sig: J. Peterborough.

[no title]  C 3079  18 January 1687 (1688)

Sigs of (1) & (4); Others torn off.

Contents:
Ind. Agreement.
(1) Sir Richard ATTKINS of Clapham, Surrey, Bt.
Dame Rebecca ATKINS, his wife
(2) Sir Beaumont DIXIE of Bosworth, Leics. Bt.
(3) Marie LADIE WILLOUGHBY of Parham, widow of Charles, Ld W. of P. decd.
(4) Wolston DIXIE, Esq. son & heir of (2)
On (4)'s marriage with (1)'s daughter (1) was to pay (2) or (4) £1000; (4) owed (2) £1000; (2) owed (3) £1000 (4) paid (3) £1000.
Now this agrees that the £1000 paid by (4) to (3) was the same £1000 agreed to be paid (1) to (4).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3080  28 November 1627
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Writing: Grant of Advowson
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London Esq,
Patron of Elmesthorpe, Leics.
To (2) Thomas VAVSOUR of Rushton, gent. of the first & next presentation of the advowson.
Sig (1). Pt.

[no title]  C 3081  10 May 1632

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Grant of Customs
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton, Esq.
To (2) Sir Paule PINDER of London
For £4500
Of 2 parts out of 32 equal divisions of the farm of the Customs for the Kingdon, & Berwick, which (1) was due 1625-31.
Sig (1).

[no title]  C 3082  31 May 1622

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale.
(1) William COKAINE, Alderman of London
Mathew CRADOCKE servants of W.C.
Jacob PRICE servants of W.C.
Sir George HIDE of Kingston Lisly, Berks.
(2) John PACKER of city of Westminster, esq.
For £800 (2) to W.C.
20/- (2) to rest of (1)
Of 100 acres meadow in Baulkin Uffington and Kingston Lisly with all the lands of (1) in Oldfield & lands of Sir G.H. leased to him for 7 years
To (2) for ever.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3083  11 June 1667

Seal gone.

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN
(2) George HENSHAW als DRAYCOTT, the Younger, of Combridge, Rocester, Staffs.
For £310.
Of a messuage in Combridge, Rocestor
To (2) for ever.
Sig (1) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3084  28 March 1664

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN
To (2) Robert SHAW of Rushton, gent.
For £100
Of 172 acres in Rushton - details given excepting the trees, & paths & roads to remain free.
For 19 years @ £84 p.a.
Sig (2).

[no title]  C 3085  27 May 1617

Bit mouse eaten.

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Sir William COKAYNE Kt, Alderman of London
To (2) William WILLIAMSON of St. Hellen, Auckland
Anthony CRADOCKE of Woodhouses
John HUTTON of Staindropp, Co. Durham, gent.
Of Rectory of Staindrop
For 3 years @ £220 p.a.
Sig of W.W. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3086  1 July 1630

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Debts for Payment of Portions
(1) Dame Marie COKAINE, widow of Sir
Wm. C. late Alderman, decd.
Charles COKAINE, Esq. their son & heir
(2) William COKAINE of London, merchants.
Mathew CRADOCK of London, merchants.
Jacob PRICE of London, merchants.
For the portions of Abigail & Jane Cokayne, & £800 remainder of Eliz. Cokayne's portion - all d's. of (1)
Which portions were £5000 each; for the payment of these
(1) Assigns to (2)
£2000 due to (1) as executors of Sir W.C., & the following debts owing to Sir W.C's estate :-
(i) £1300 owed by Thos Jones, Thos Russell & William Turner, with
£260 interest = £1560.
(ii) £620 by Lord Weston & Sir William Parkhurste
(iii) £1326 by Lord Dudley
(iv) £1056 by Lord Dudley
(v) £752 -10 by Sir Allen Appesley, & Sir Robt. Heathe
(vi) £3125 by East India Co.
(vii) £2000 by Sir Paul Pinder & Sir John Woolston
£10,439-10.
Total Assignment = £12,439-10.
Sigs of (2).

[no title]  C 3087  27 June 1610

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William COKAYNE, cit & Alderman of London
To (2) Bazill BEATON, of Warhome, Kent. clerk.
Of Mansion house in Whitacre, Waltham Kent, & a tenement in tenure of widow Boulden with the orchard called Culver garden.
For 21 years @ £23-10 p.a.
Sig of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3088  5 January 1713 (1714)

Sig & seal (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN of Rushton
To (2) David BURDITT of Rushton, butcher
Of messuage in ?Rushton, with the garden attached, and a little close on the North side
For £21 years @ 16/- p.a.

[no title]  C 3089  30 October 1661

Sigs cut off.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Bryan LORD CULLEN & Dame Elizabeth his wife
(2) Jonathan WOODNOTHE of Rcester, Staffs. esq.
For 5/-
Of messuage farm in Rocester where (2) now lives, & 40 acre close in R; 5 other closes in R.; & 2 parts of Town meadow
For £26 yrs @ £40 p.a.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3090  18 July 1612

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William COKAINE of London, Alderman
Mathew CRADOCKE his servant
(2) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe, Leics.
Of Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics. and all the land called Highfield in E. or Erleshilton & advowson of Elmest. Church
For 29 yrs @ peppercorn
But (2) has to pay annuity of £200 from the lands to Sir Henry Harrington, (2)'s father during his life, & the life of Roger Bromley, gent or the longer liver.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3091  6 February 1615 (1616)

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Mortgage -in- Fee.
(1) George GAGE of Rushton, gent.
To (2) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London Mathew CRADOCKE, his servant
Of messuage in Rushton now in (1)'s tenure & meadow called Gages Plott.
To (2) for ever
If (1) pays not £1100 to (2).
No sigs, but witnessed, & endorsed with Chancery enrollment note.
Also endorsed with receipt
(1) To (2) for £100, altho' no money is mentioned in deed beyond mortgage sum.

[no title]  C 3092  1 June 1614

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
(1) Sir George HYDE of Southdenchworth, Berks.
To (2) William COKAINE, Alderman of London for £1400
Of Capital messuage on manor house of Kingstone Lisly, Berks, mortgaged for £7200 on 18 May 1612, of which default of payment was made
Endorsed: Enrolled in Chancery.
Sig (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3093  25 July 1614

Very bad condition: nearly illegible.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Brief for the execution of an Order.
Between John MAYER, plaintiff. & William COKAINE, defendant.
Concerning the sale of wood by the defd. unlawfully.
Pt.

[no title]  C 3094  16 July 1612

Sigs torn off. Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Writing: Quitclaim
(1) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe
To (2) William COKAINE of London, alderman Mathew CRADOCKE, his servant
For £1850
Of all (1)'s right in the Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics & in the advowson
To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3095  12 November 1624

Seal gone.

Contents:
Indenture. Defeasance.
(1) Sir William COKAYNE of London, Kt.
To (2) Edward LORD DUDLEY
For repayment of £1050 on the demise of the late Priory of Dudley, (2) to (1), & the bond (2) to (1) of £2000.
Sig (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3096  6 March 1605 (1606)

Seal cut off. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Agreement to Convey.
(1) William COKAINE, cit. & skinner of London.
To (2) Sir Robert NUDIGATE of Hawnes, Beds, Kt.
For am annuity of £200
(2) Will convey to Sir Robert Phillips, son & heir of Sir Edward P, a Serjeant at Law, Sir Martin Stutvill, son & heir of Thomas S. of Dalham, Suff. esq., & Thomas Hollande, son & heir of John H. of Kenninghall, Norfolk, esq.
Of the Mansion house of Hawnes Manor, Beds.
13 acres pasture, 88 acres more of pasture, 87 acres more; 46 acres = 234 acres pasture.
To the use of (2) as a jointure of Dame Grissell, his wife
Part of (1)'s sig.

[no title]  C 3097  27 July 1683

Contents:
Copy. Chancery Decree.
Re the repayment of mortgages & debts on the jointure of Marie, Lady Willoughby widow - (her jointure being the manor of Knaith, Lincs) -
And the repaying of mortgage debts of her late husband, Charles, Lord Willoughby
Full details given.

[no title]  C 3098  20 May 1612

Paper.

Contents:
Note: Robert Newdegate
To Mr. Alderman Cokaine
Asking W.C. to give bearer £400 due to R.N.
Endorsed with receipt: Thomas Crawley to W.C. for £400 for his master Sir John Rotherham.
E.

[no title]  C 3099  Undated

Seal.

Contents:
Letter: Marey Cokayne, Combe, to: her husband Sir William Cokayne, at Mr. Wm. C's. house, Austin Friars.
Household news, servants, etc.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3100  June 1916

Paper.

Contents:
Abstract: Mortgage in Fee 3 July (1607).
(1) Sir George RALEIGH, of Farmeborough, Warws.
Sir Edward RALEIGH, his son & heir Alberne BUTLER the younger, of Aston on the Walles, esq.
Manasses COOPER of Arlescote, Warws William SWAYNE of Northend, Warws
(2) William COKAINE, cit. & skinner of London
For £400 (2) to (1)
Of Manor of Farmeborough, Warwicks for the repayment of £4400 := condition.
5 sigs of (1)
Abstract made by B.I. Cokayne from a deed in H.R. Moulton's possession.

[no title]  C 3101  5 February 1597

Sig & ½ seal of (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Mortgage
(1) Edward COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby, esq.
To (2) Sir Anthony ASHLEY, of the clerks of The Privy Council
For £500
Of Lordship & Manor of Ballidon, Bradborne, Derby & all deeds etc.
To (2) for ever, unless repayment
E.

[no title]  C 3102  5 June 1658

seal remains.

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Sir Aston Cokayne of Ashborne, Derby Thomas Cokayne, his son & heir
To (2) Beniamin Taylor of Ashborne, gent.
For £50
Of certain lands in Knyveston Oscoate and Underwood
For 21 yrs for a peppercorn
2 sigs (1)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3103  22 October 1915

Contents:
E. Howard Stafford,
10 Moraton Place, Victoria, S.W.
To Mr. Gibbs
Re a Thos. Cokayne deed 1590.

[no title]  C 3104  22 September 1620

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Francis TRENTHAM of Rochester Abbey, Staffs. esq.
Sir Thomas TRENTHAM, his son & heir
To (2) William ORTON of Shrewsbury, Sherman
For £20
Of messuage in Shrewsburie in Mardall als. Mardevalle Street. With the shops adjoining & the chamber above the shop.
To (2) for ever
No sigs or seals - witnessed

[no title]  C 3105  25 June 1651

Sig & Seals. (1).

Contents:
99 Year Lease
(1) Charles COKAYNE, als, Lord CULLEN executor of late Mary, Countess of Nottingham, his sister.
William COKAYNE of London, Merchant
(2) Ralph BEARD of Hurstperpoint, Sussex, esq.
@ £80 p.a.
Of messuage in Shermanbury, & Alborne, Sussex, assigned to (2) by the late Charles Earl of Nottingham 1 August 1641
This now for further security that (2) may enjoy the profits & use etc.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3106  18 August 1592

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Lease
(1) Sir Thomas COKAYNE of Asheborne, Derby, Kt. & Dame Dorothe, his wife,
(2) Richard WOODWARDE their servant of a messuage in Leek Wootton, Warwicks, where John Taylor dwells, & & its land
For 21 years @ 10/- p.a.
Sig of T.C. & mark. (Endorsed & ratified by)
(Francis (1)'s son & heir)

[no title]  C 3107  29 October 1673

Contents:
Ind. Lease for a Year
(1) Thomas FETTIPLACE of Fernham, Berks, esq. & Rachell, his wife
Charles CRACROFTE of Lowth, Lincs & Margaret, his wife.
To (2) William GRINFIELD of Marleborough, Wilts, gent.
For 5/-
Of Manor of Rockley als Rowkley als Rockeley, in parish of St. Andrews Ogbourne, Wilts with the capital messuage & farm of R; & cottage in R. in tenure of John Yates with the garden adjoining.
For 1 year - @ peppercorn.
Sigs 3, of (1) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3108  21 May 1656

1 seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Thomas COKAYNE, gent, son of William C. of London, merchant. John CORDEROY of London, gent.
To (2) Thomas BEARD of Hurstperpoint of Sussex, esq.
For £1100 (2) to C.C.
5/- (2) to T.C. & J.C.
Of messuage in Shermanbury and Alborne in Sussex, belonging to the prebend, or the hospital, of Windeham.
T.C. & J.C. at the direction of C.C. to (2) for remainder of 99 years (from 20 Oct (1570)).
3 sigs of (1)

[no title]  C 3109  2 December 1648

2 sigs & seals (1).

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale.
(1) Sir Henry ANDERSON of Penley, Herts, Bart.
Lawrence MARSH of London, gent.
To (2) David JAMES, cit. & haberdasher of London
For £162. (2) to H.A.
10/- (2) to L.M.
Of 3 messuages in the Old Jury in parish of St. Mary Colchurch, London.
To (2) for ever. Schedule of deeds attached.
Endorsed with Enrollment in Chancery note.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3110  26 April 1634

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Extended Lands.
(1) Henry EARL of DOVER,
Mary, Countess of DOVER, his wife
John VISCOUNT ROCHFORD, D's son & heir
John HOLLAM of Royden, Essex, gent.
To (2) William COKAINE of London Merchants.
Mathew CRADOCKE of London Merchants.
Jacob PRICE of London Merchants.
Of moiety of Capital messuage, called Place House, the Old Swan tenement, 2 other tenements & 130 acres in Westlynne, Norfolk;
Of 363½ acres in Northlynne, Norfolk, with advowson of NL. Church; & 205 acres in Clenchwharton, Norfolk [...] which moiety = £40 p.a., and another moiety of same, also = £40 p.a. all of which formerly belonged to Raphe Allen, & were seized by Sheriff under a Writ of Extent, for dent of £5000 to William Cokaine. Land was then granted to W.C. by Letters Patent of 26 July 1631, until debt repaid.
(2) At direction of Lady Dover, to Lord D. for remainder of time, who grants (2) £1500 in 3 installments.
4 sigs Lady D. & (2).

[no title]  C 3111  25 June 1651

Contents:
Ind. Assignment of Lease
(1) Charles Cokayne, als Visc. CULLEN executor of Mary, Dowager Countess of Nottingham, his Sister, William COKAYNE of London, merchant
To (2) Ralph BEARD of Hurstperpoint, Sussex, esq.
That (2) may enjoy & use lands: messuage & lands in Shermanbury & Alborne, Sussex, belonging to the prebend of Windham als the Hospital of Windham
For 80 yrs @ £80 p.a.
(2) Agrees to pay £8-3-4 to Richard HICKES & his successors, prebendaries of Windham.
(Land granted by R.H. to Richard Earle, servant to Bp. of Chichester; R.E. transferred to Charles, E. of Nottingham).
Sig of (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3112  28 November 1612

Seal missing.

Contents:
Common Recovery
(1) Thomas HENSMAN
William MORSE
To (2) William COKAYNE, the elder,
William COKAYNE, the younger
Mathew CRADOCKE
Of 200 A, land, 80 A. meadow, 120 A pasture in Kingeston Lisley, Bawkin als Bawlkin, & Uffington.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3113  20 July 1693

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: H. Lant, Thorpe
To Robert Maunsell, Thorpe Malso.
A dispute with Mr Hill, to be settled at the Assizes - ? re cattle.

[no title]  C 3114  18 January 1600 (1601)

Contents:
Letter: Francis Ingoldesbye, Wokingham
To: Mr. Maunsell
Visiting Mr. Ward & trying to find out if Maunsell could marry Katherine Ward - a P.S. from K.W.

[no title]  C 3115  22 November 1635

Contents:
Letter to High Sheriff of Northampton commanding him to obey letter of 30 Oct.
From Privy Council, Whitehall
Sigs of: W. Cant; R. Ebor; J. Manchester, T. Lenox; T. Hamilton; Pembroke and Montgomery; J. Bridgewater, Fr. Cottington, E. Newburgh; Tho. Jermyn.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3116  21 February 1638 (1639)

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Exeter, at his house in St. Johns.
To ?
re raising of 300 Foot & 54 Horse from the trained bands of Northants.
Sig of Exeter. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3117  18 March 1639

Contents:
Copy: Letter of King Charles I. to the Earl of Exeter
Requiring him to raise 300 men to be levied in Northants under Exeter's lieutenancy for Protection against the Scots.
Sig of Exeter. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3118  20 March 1638 (1639)

Sig & seal papered Exeter. Paper

Contents:
Letter: Earl of Exeter, his house in St. John's.
To: William Fitzwilliams, Esq.
Sir Rowland St John, KB.
Sir Lewys Watson Bt.
Charles Cokaine Esq.
William Elmes Esq.
All deputy lieutenants for Northants asking them to execute King's letter = C 3117.

[no title]  C 3119  21 February 1638

Sig & seal. (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London, Esq.
Jacob PRICE, late servant to Sir Wm. C. of London, decd.
To (2) William MIDDILTON of Bondgate, near Rippon, Yorks, gent.
For £430
Of the Prebend of Sharrow, in Collegiate Church of Rippon, & all appts.
To (2) for ever.
E.

[no title]  C 3120  1 May 1671

Contents:
Ind. Mortgage for Security
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN,
To (2) Peter CANON, clerk, rector of Rushton St. Peter's
Of part of the Parke now in occ. of Richard Basse, gent. situated in Rushton St. P.
For further security of £80 p.a. rents of the tithes of St. Peters, Rushton, let for that annual sum
(2) To (1) 24 Feb 1661 (1662) for 99 years.
Peppercorn rent.
Sig & Seal (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3121  3 July 1617

Sig & seal armorial of (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Agreement to Convey
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, Alderman of London, Kt.
Mathew CRADOCKE, cit. & skinner of London
With (2) Sir George HYDE of Kingston Lisly, Berks, Kt.
Of all lands & tenements in Kingston Lisley, Bawken Fawler in parishes of K.L. & Uffington, which were conveyed (2) to (1), before 1 May 1617 & were not mentioned to be reconveyed to:
Sir John Ferrers, of Tamworth Castle, Warwicks, bro.-in-law of (2) for the use of (2), & Dame Katherine his wife, sister of Sir J.F.

[no title]  C 3122  27 September 1658

Sig & seal (1).

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Bryan COCKAYNE of Rushton, Esq.
To (2) Roger HILTON of Wellingore, Lincs, (l)'s servant
Of Capital messuage in Wellingore, late of Sir Charles Chavendish, 18 acres pasture & 6 oxgangs of arable
For 13 years @ £20 for 2 yrs and £10 for the 3rd year.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3123  1 February 1613 (1614)

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of an Extent.
(1) Richard EVERARD of Lapworth, Warw. gent.
To (2) William COKAINE, the younger, cit. & skinner of London
Of moiety of manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics.
= 4 closes of pasture in E (field names given).
(1) To (2) until £800 is payed - granted to (1) by writ of Elegit on lands of Sir John Harrington
Sig & seal (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3124  1 May 1675

Sig & Paper seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN, patron of Blechingley, Surrey, Church
To (2) William HAMPTON, clerk, of Blechingley, Surrey
For £100
Of Perpetual advowson of the Rectory & Parish Church of B.
To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3125  2 June 1614

Sig & seal, (2).

Contents:
Ind: Mortgage in Fee.
(1) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London
William COKAINE the Younger, cit. & skinner of London
Mathew CRADOCKE servant of the Alderman
To (2) Sir George HYDE of Southdenchworth, Berks, Kt.
Of Capital messuage & manor house of Kingston Lisley, Berks. and all appts. sold by Ind. of 18 May 1612
For £8800
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3126  18 May 1612

Sig & Seal (1).


Related information: (see C 3112).

Contents:
Ind: Conveyance
(1) Sir George HYDE of Southdenchworth, Berks.
(2) William COKAINE, Alderman of London
William COKAINE, the younger, cit & skinner of L.
Mathew CRADOCKE, servant of W.C. the elder
(3) Thomas HENCHMAN of Isham, gent.
William MORSE, cit. & skinner of London
Of Manor House of Kingston Lisley, Berks
613 acres, his arable in the common fields, his meadow, his warren and conies, all in Kingston, Bawlkin or Fawler.
Except the lands sold to George Gylson, Esq, 20 May 1611
(1) To (2) to suffer a common recovery to the use of (2).

[no title]  C 3127  12 October 1834

Seal. Paper.

Contents:
Letter: John West, Little Bowden
To: Mrs. Cockayne-Medlycott.
Northampton
Is she compounding for the tithes under the Forest Inclosure ?

[no title]  C 3128  11 February 1616 (1617)

Contents:
Copy of an Acquittance:
Sir William COCKAYNE, Knight
To Mr. William PITT, of Westminster for 5 deeds 1609-1612.
All re the colledge of Standrop. Beds.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3129  12 February 1619

Contents:
Indented Agreement
(1) John MAUNSELL of Middle Temple, Esq.
To (2) Raphaell HUNT of Stoke Greene, (2) to deliver a deed to (1) before 10 May for sealing: deed of sale of messuage 2 barns, meadow & pasture in Hanburie William Bennet, John Baker, Samuel Romney, John Cawton & Richard Buckle.
Sig of (1). Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3130  21 May 1612

Paper.

Contents:
Ind. Defeasance
(1) William Cokayne, Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Robert NEWDIGATE of Hawnes, Beds.
For £880
Due on a Statute Staple for £1600, of 20 May 1612.
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 3131  5 December 1612

Sig & Seal (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Defeasance
(1) William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
(2) Sir George HYDE of Southdenchworth, Berks, Kt.
For £2400
To (1) or to William Cokayne, the Younger, or Mathew Cradocke (1)'s servant who were parties to the Statute Staple recognisance of 5 Dec. 1612.
E.

[no title]  C 3132  Before 1705

Contents:
Interogatories for Witnesses on Bill of Complaint.
Thomas PONDER, Complainant v. Edward HILL, Esq, Nathaniel HILL, gent
Thomas SHORTLAND, Christopher MOW
Ralph PALMER, William STEVENS gent. defd.
Dispute over tythes payable by Hall fam, Rothwell

[no title]  C 3133  20 February 1603 (1604)

Paper Seal. FRAGILE

Contents:
Receipt for Legacy
Dorothie Cokayne, daughter of Thomas C. of Badeslye Ensor, Warwicks
To William Cokayne the elder of London, her cosen, executor of F.C.
Of £10, bequeathed to her by her cosin Ferdinandoe Cokayne, decd.
Paper E.

[no title]  C 3134  circa December 1673

Last sheet ½ missing; Paper.

Contents:
Copy: Will of William, Lord
Willoughby of Parham, dated 18 May 1672

[no title]  C 3135  circa 1620s

FRAGILE

Contents:
A Note of Lord Howard's claim to 30 acres Common of pasture in Hanging Grimston, for use in a Law case.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3136  6 October 1666

Contents:
Copy. Ind. Marriage Settlement Release
(1) Hon. William WILLOUGHBY of Knath, John MORRIS Lincs, Esq.
Robert CLAYTON of London, gent
(2) Henry FENES of Kirkstead, Lincs, Esq. & Elizabeth, one of his daughters
(3) George WILLOUGHBY, Esq, son & heir app.
Henry WILLOUGHBY 3 of sons of (1)
William WILLOUGHBY
John BOSWELL of Thoresby, Lincs. Esq.
William JESSOP of Conesby, Lincs. gent.
John HALL of Warsop, Notts. gent.
For marriage of (2)- E.F. & (3)- G.W.
Of Manor of Thorpe, als Thorpe Tileny, & the Manor & Lordship of Knayth, with the parsonage & the site of the dissolved Priory of Hevenyngs (- all in Lincs.)
(1) To (2) on trust for E.F. & G.W.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3137  1414-1415

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final Concord (Left Hand)
(1) Robert Fitz Robert, the elder - quer.
Robert Fitz Robert, the younger - quer.
William BABYNGTON - quer.
John MARTYN of Kent - quer.
(2) John Sampson, son of John Sampson of Wermyster, Wilts - defc.
Of moiety of manor of Russhton, (Rushton), Northants, & moiety of the advowson of Rysshton Church all held by John Barlee the elder, Esq.
For 100 marks of silver.

[no title]  C 3138  4 January 1674 (1675)

Sig & seal (1)

Contents:
Indenture Defeasance
(1) Anthony CARNABY of Kensington, Middx. gent.
To (2) Brien LORD CULLEN
For £257-10 (2) to (1)
Of a Judgment for £500 against (2) in Kings Bench, Michalmas 1674.
Pt.

[no title]  C 3139  20 November 1595

Great seal

Contents:
Exemplification:
Suit of Tresspass de Ejectione Firmae
Verdict for William Cockayne, in in custody of Marshal etc, against Sir William Fitzwilliam
Of 1 messuage & garden in parish of St. Peter le Poore, in Brodestreete Ward, London
Pt. Latin

[no title]  C 3140  3 March 1604

2 sigs & seals (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Sir George HYDE of Southe Denchworth, Berks & Dame Katherine, his wife
(2) Edward CLARKE of Ardington, Berks, Esq. for £500
of 3 pasture & meadow grounds (names given) & all tithes due out of them
For 21 yrs @ £5.
Endorsed with:-
(1) Memo of Surrender of Lease: 18 July 1618
Thomas PRYCE of Bishopstone, Wilts, gent, by apptmt of (2), surrendered lease to Sir William Cokayne, Kt & Alderman.
(2) Ratification of Above: 26 July 1617
(2) To Sir W.C.
Sig of (2).

[no title]  C 3141  February 1629

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final Concord
(1) Sir Hatton FARMOR Kt. querc.
William ALLEN, Esq. querc.
(2) Charles COKAYNE, Esq. & Mary his wife defc.
Mary COKAYNE, widow, defc.
William COKAYNE defc.
Mathew CRADOCK defc.
Thomas HENCHMAN defc.
Jacob PRICE defc.
Of manor of Rushton, als Riston and Holdenbye in Isham, with the appts. of 16 messuages, 16 cottages, 2 lambing mills, 1200 A. land, 140 A, meadow, 1000 A pasture, 20 A wood, 300 A heath, rents of 10/-, £2 & ½ lb of pepper, in Rushton als Riston, Pipwell, Barford, Barton Segrave, Orlingbury, Pitchley, Isham & Overston als Oveston, with free Warren in Rushton & the advowson of St. Peters and All Saints, Rushton, Northamptonshire.
AND Manor of Elmesthorpe, Swepston & Nethercote + appts: of 10 messuages 8 cottages, 200 A. land, 60 A. meadow, 50 A. pasture, 2 A. wood, 200 A, heath rents of 10/-, 1 lb of -, 1 lb of pepper, in Elmesthorpe, Earleshilton, Swepston, Nethercote & Newton, with the advowson of Elmesthorpe & Swepston, in Leicestershire
AND the manor of Denchworth als South Denchworth als Lovedayes Manor in Denchworth, Southcott, als Ceycott, & Hyde, with appts: = 4 messuages, 6 cottages, 100 A. land, 40 A. meadow, 200 A. pasture, 20 A. wood, 60 A, heath & 5/- rents in Denchworth & Uffington & Rectory of South Denchworth & all tithes in above places, & advowson of South Denchworth, in Berkshire
AND Manor of Combe Nevill with :-
10 messuages, 6 cottages, 100 A, land 20 A, meadow, 100 A. pasture, 100 A. wood 100 A. heath, 10/- rents, free warren in Combe Nevill, Kingston-on-Thames, Norton, & parish of St. George, Southwark, Surrey
AND Prebend of Sharrowe with :-
8 messuages, 2 Dovecotes, 250 A. land, 100 A. meadow, 500 A. pasture, 2 A. wood 400 A. heath & common of pasture in Kirkebye Underdale, Uncklevy & Sixteendale, being a moiety of the manor of Haning Grimston, moiety of advowson & Church of Kirkeby Underdale, Yorkshire.
AND Rectory of Pawlyn & all tithes, oblation etc. in Pawlyn, Mousehole & Newlyn, Cornwall
AND the Chantry of the B.V.M. of Alderkirke with 3 messuages, 1 cottage, 20 A. land 5 A. meadow, 20 A. pasture in Alderkirke Lincolnshire
AND All tithes in Spindleston, Northumberland
AND 3 messuages & 1 garden in parish of St. Peter le Poore, London
AND 2 cottages, 20 A. meadow, 20 A. pasture & 40 A. & 60 A. marsh & moor in Upwell and Owtwell, Norfolk
AND 1 messuage, 3 cottages 6 gardens, 6 A. land, 6 A. meadow, 6 A. pasture in town of Nottingham
For £1080.

[no title]  C 3142  February 1610

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final Concord
(1) George FULSHURST gent quere.
HENCHMAN gent quere.
(2) Sir George RALEIGH, Knight defe.
Sir Edward RALEIGH, Kt. defe.
William COKAYNE & Mary defe.
Of Manor of Farmbrough with 6 messuages, 6 cottages, 2 mills, 6 gardens, 6 orchards, 50 A. land, 100 A. heath & 5/- rents in Farmbrough also the advowson & rectory of F. church.
For £400.

[no title]  C 3143  1415
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Fine
(1) William PENYTHORN quere.
William ANABLE the elder quere.
William ANABLE the younger quere.
Thomas CATWORTH quere.
(2) John Stranley Chinaler - defe.
Of moiety of manor of Middelton Harneys called Bassetts, Berks;
& moiety of manor of Russheton called Westmaner of Ryssheton & moiety of advowson of Ryssheton (Rushton) Co. Northants, held by John Barley & John Knyghton.
100 marks. Pt.

[no title]  C 3144  7 August 1665

Parchment.

Contents:
Draft. Ind.
Conveyance for Settling Annuities
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, gent. son & heir of John Hill of R. clerk, of Susanna, his late wife, of J.H.
John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, Esq.
(2) John HILL & Thomas HILL, 2 of J H's sons.
(3) Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford Esq.
William WHEELER of Creaton, gent.
Of one Farm with 3 A. and 4 yardlands
One farm house with close of pasture and 3 yardlands.
1 farmhouse & 3 yardlands, & certain cottages (tenants names given) with 4 acres & 2 cow commons
All in Rothwell
(1) To (3) on uses specified
For settling annuities of £12 on (2), & settling of £100 on 3 other sons, Joseph, Samuel & Nathaniel, when they reach 21 yrs.
No sigs, seals or witnesses.

[no title]  C 3145  16 October 1595

Great Seal.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification: Plea of Tresspass de Ejectione Firmae
William Cokayne in Custody of Marshal etc. against Brian Fitzwilliam Esq.
Of 1 messuage & garden in parish of St Peter le Poore, in Ward of Brodestrete, London.
Pt.

[no title]  C 3146  28 February 1610 (1611)

2 sigs & seals

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Lease
(1) William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
To (2) Christopher POTKIN & Michael Sysson of Rickmersworth, Herts, gent.
For £13-13-4.
Of lease of 18 Nov. (1608), of messuage called More House, in hamlet of West Hyde in parish of Rickmersworth, Herts, 6 A. close, 4 meadows of 30 Acres, all adjoining the mess. and grass growing on 1 Acre meade called East Meade, which were leased by (1) from John & Francis Colt
For residue of 10½ years @ £12 p.a.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3147  11 March 1625

5 Seals - 3 armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
(2) William LEWES, bro. & heir of Bevill L. of London, decd.
(3) George MYNNE of Lincolns Inn, in or near Chancery Lane, M/sex, Esq.
Thomas WEBB, cit. & Draper of London
(4) William ACTON, cit. & Draper of L. William MIDDLETON cit. & Draper of L.
For money unspecified G M & W A to (1) & for 5/- T W & W M to (1)
Of messuage farm of (3) & (4) called Whitlane in parish of Waltham, Kent with appts
& moiety of mess. farm called Shippcourte in Waltham & moiety of all appts.
& all other lands, meadows etc, in town & parish of Waltham, that were inheritance of Bevill and Robert Lewes, & sold by them to (1) 11 Oct 1605
(The other moiety of Shippcourte that (1) claims to hold from Thomas Pronde of Linton, Kent, gent, by deed of 30 May 1612 (- inrolled) is not meant to be granted herein)
To (3) & (4) with the Consent of (2) for ever.
5 Sigs

[no title]  C 3148  15 May 1606

Sig & Seal (1).

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Richard COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London
To (2) William COKAYNE, same for £800 (2) to (1).
Of all freehold lands etc lying in fields of Ewell & Codington, Surrey, lately sold to (1) by St John Braye of Hatfold Peverell, Essex gent. & Grace, 18 May 1604.
Except: 1 tenement & 4 A. previously sold by (1) to Jerome Stephens: also in Ewell
(1) To (2) for ever
Save for the exception.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3149  31 January 1600

GETTING FAINT; INK FLAKING; Sig & Seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Writing: Quit-Claim
(1) Thomas COKAYNE, son & heir of William Cokayne the elder, decd. cit. & skinner of L.
To (2) William COKAYNE, his brother, another son of W.C. the elder, decd.
For the carrying out of will of W.C. the father of all messuages & property in Idell Alley, parish of St. George, Southwark, Surrey, and all lands of W.C. in the county of Norfolk, of which William Englebert had charge for draining of water
To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3150  11 February 1609

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Extended Lands
(1) William COKAYNE the elder, citizen & skinner of London
To (2) William BLAKE, citizen & vintener of London
For money unspecified
Of all claim & reversion to manor of Munden Parva als Little Munden, Herts. & advowson of church of L.M.
For the term of an Extent on the land in 1608 for a debt of £600 due to (1) by Michael Woodcocke, on a Statute Staple recognisance
(1) To (2) until the £600 debt be paid & also assigns to (2) the recognisance & debt.
Sig & Seal (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3151  26 May 1617

Sig & Seal (1).

Contents:
Indenture Lease for Securing Money
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics.
Of 30 A. Oate Close; 80 A netherfield pasture; 80 A quarryfield pasture; 100 A heath & Toft leyes; 100 A.
Heathfield pasture; 30 A. Fleete land meadow; 30 A. Longe meadow; 80 A. arable; 15 A. arable = Goldsboroughe; 5 A.arable = Heathernooke.
= in all 550 Acres in Swepston.
For 22 yrs if (2) pays £1430 to (1).
Endorsed with memo: £1430 unpaid & (2) surrenders lease to (1), 11 Feb 1618 (1619).

[no title]  C 3152  12 June 1611

Chancery Seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Exemplification: Plea of Land
James Whitlock & Thomas Henseman v. William Cokayne & Mathew Cradock
Of Elmesthorpe, 4 messuages 200 A. land, 60 A. meadow, 500 A. pasture, 60 A. wood 20/- rents in Elmesthorpe & Erleshilton & advowson of Elmesthorpe Church

[no title]  C 3153  26 February 1621

Sig & Seal (2)

Contents:
Ind. Articles of Agreement to Convey
(1) Sir William COKAYNE of London Kt.
(2) Sir Robert HYDE of Charleton, Berks, on behalf of Sir George Hyde KB of Kingston Lisle, Berks
For a Common Recovery of manors of Southdenchworth, Circott and Hyde in favour of (1) & various other things
(1) Agrees to convey to (2) Lady Crofts in Balkyn, Berks & 102 acres which (1) lately had of Sir Geo Hyde, to the use of Sir Geo Hyde.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3154  7 June 1639

Sig & Seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Grant of Portion
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton, Esq.
To (2) Elizabeth COKAYNE, his daughter
Of Manor of Combe Nevill, Surrey to (1) for his life & then to (2), with proviso of revocation.

[no title]  C 3155  10 April 1609

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Lease
(1) William COKAYNE the elder, cit. & skinner of London
(2) Christopher POTKYN, Paynter steyner Michaell SYSSON haberdasher, both citizens of London
For money unspecified
Of lease of 18 Oct 1604, of the scite & Mansion house of manor of Woodwicke in the free warren, conies, fishing and all other appts.
For remainder of 15 yrs;
(Lands were leased by (1) from John Colte of Woodwick, in parish of Rickmansworth, Herts & Francis, his wife).
@ £115 - 16/- p.a. for 5 yrs
£125 - 16/- p.a. for 9 yrs
£ 55 - 16/- p.a. for 1 year.
2 sigs & seals (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3156  Undated

Sig & Seal (2) Armorial.

Contents:
(1) William COKAINE, Alderman of London
(2) Richard HENCHMAN, clerke, Rector of Rushton All Saints
Of 16 A. pasture & arable formerly occupied by Clement Gregory, late Rector, and 8 A = West part of Wallises Close late in same tenure, and all furres & thorns on 5 A. in Storefeild in R.A.S.
For 99 yrs @ a peppercorn.
Proviso that (1) shall peacefully enjoy lands granted by (2) in deed of same date.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3157  20 May 1588

Sig & seal: armorial: 3 arrows, points in base, in chief a mullet pierced. Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
John HALES of Coventrie, Esq
To Thomas DOCWRA of Putteridge, Ofley, Herts.
Of all title & claim to a great messuage & garden in Broade Street, St Peter the Poor, London now or late in tenure of William Cokayne,
& also in 2 other houses adjoining the great house
(1) To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3158  23 June 1610

Sig & Seal armorial (2).

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Ralphe DOCWRA, of Fulborne, Cambs. gent.
To (2) Zacharih HUMFREY, cit. & Writer of the Courte Letter of London
Of messuage and all outhouses etc in Broadstreet, in parish of St Peter the Poore, now in (2)'s tenure, lying between building late of Sir Thomas Gresham, decd. on the North, & the messuage of (1) on the South, Broadstreet being on the West.
For 21 yrs @ £5 p.a.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3159  25 November 1616

Sig & Seal armorial (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Ind. Assignment of Lease
(1) John MAUNSELL, late of New Windsor, Berks, & now of London, Esq.
(2) Richard SPROTT, gent., servant to Sir John Towneshend of Winforton, Heref.
For money unspecified paid to (1) by Sir J.T.
Of 160 A. pasture & meadow called Wyndnams als Widdenhams, in the parishes of Eardisley & winforton, Herefs.
For remainder of 99 yrs to use of Sir J.T.
(Land was leased to (1) by Sir Humfrey Baskerville, 29 July 1613).

[no title]  C 3160  23 August 1665

2 sigs J.M. with seal & R.M.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, Esq.
Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford, Esq. son & heir app. of J.M.
William BOTELER of Oatelands Park, Surrey, Esq.
John HILL of Rothwell, als Rowell, clerk
(2) John MANSEL the younger of London linen draper
Edward HILL of Rothwell, gent.
For the settling of the land
Of messuage in Hollow Fields, in Hamburg, Worcs, & 60 A. pasture, & the ground called Twenty Leyes
(1) To (2) on uses specified.

[no title]  C 3161  11 March 1625

Sig & 5 Seals (2) (3) & (4); Some armorial. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir William COKAINE Alderman of London
William COKAINE the younger, cit. & skinner of London, & son of Thomas C. of Badesley Ensor, Warws. gent. decd.
Mathew CRADOCKE, cit. & skinner of London
(2) William LEWES, bro. & heir of Bevill Lewes of London, decd.
(3) George MYNNE of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
Thomas WEBB, cit. & draper of London
Richard DAWE of Lincolns Inn, gent.
(4) William ACTON, cit. & Merchantailor of L. Richard SHAWE of London, gent.
Charles DANIELL, cit. & Merchantailor of L.
For money unspecified G.M. & W.A. to Sir W.C. & for 5/- (3) & (4) to W.C. & M.C.
Of woods of Bleane als Boughton Bleane als Feversham Bleane, Kent.
W.C. & M.C, with consent of Sir W.C. to (3) & (4) for ever. Land belonged to Sir W.C.

[no title]  C 3162  20 May 1625

Sig & Seal (2).

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Alderman of London
To (2) Basil BECON of Waltham, Kent, clerk
For £200
Of moiety of messuage called Ship Count in Waltham & all lands that (1) bought from Thomas Prowde of Linton, gent, in W.
To (2) for ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3163  1 March 1661 (1662)

Contents:
Ind. Assignment of Lease
(1) Bryan LORD CULLEN, executor of Charles Lord Cullen, decd.
To (2) William RICHARDS, citizen & clothmaker of London.
For £20
Of Staple adjoining the Red Lyon Inn in Aldersgate Street, London, leased to Charles Lord C. by Symon Harris of London, salter 14 May 1657 & entrance to & from the stable into Long Lane
For 25 yrs @ £5 p.a.
For the remainder
Sig & papered seal (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3164  1711

Parchment.

Contents:
Survey of Rushton & part of Barford Lordships, Northants.
Of the Estate of Charles Lord Cullen.
Surveyed by George Nunns.
With field names, tenants names & acreage.

[no title]  C 3165  10 March 1625

7 seals (armorial).

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of 2 Terms of Years
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Alderman of London.
(2) George LOWE of London Esq.
William LEWES of Canterbury, Kent. gent.
George HANCOCKE of Worcester, clothier being Executors of Bevill Lewes, decd.
(3) George MYNN of Lincolns Inn Esq.
William ASHDON of parish of St. Martins in the Fields, Esq.
(4) William ACTON, cit & merchantaylor of L. William MIDDLETON of L. gent.
For money unspecified W.A. & G.M. to (1)
Of woods called Bleane, als Abbotts Bleane als Feversham Bleane, Bossenden and Denstrond, in parishes of Boughton under the Bleane, Hernhill, Selling Chilham, Chartham, & Cosiners Bleane all in Kent,
Demised by Bevill Lewes to (1) 17 May (1605) for residue of two terms of 99 yrs & 95 yrs
(1) To Wm Ashdon & Wm. Middleton for remainder of 2 terms.
6 sigs of (2), G.M. & (4)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3166  10 July 1614; 10 April 1616

Sig & Seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Clement GREGORY, clerk, Rector of Rushton All Saints.
(2) William COKAINE, Alderman of London
Of all glebe lands of Church of Rushton A.S. in Rushton St. Peters & all glebe in the Windmill field, Rushton with the tithes from the field, in (2)'s tenure
For 99 yrs @ £45 to rector of Rushton A.S.
Whole lease Altered as follows:
(1) Richard HENCHMAN, rector of R. All Saints
To (2) As before
Of lands as before, in George Hydes tenure for same @ £40 p.a.
Parsons right of entry struck out and times of payment changed.
No new sig. & only one lot of witnesses.

[no title]  C 3167  3 December 1610

Seal & ½ sig of W.C. the Y. detached, & is armorial.

Contents:
Ind: Mortgage in Fee
(1) Lewes TRESHAM of Rushton Esq.
To (2) William COKAINE the elder, Alderman of L.
William COKAINE the younger
William MORSE, both cits. & skinners of London
Mathew CRADOCKE, servant to W.C. the E.
For money unspecified W.C. the E. to (1)
Of (1)'s mansion house in Rushton called the Hall House; 3 water mills under 1 roof in R; 200 A. Barley field, Great Hanke Field & meadows between; 80 A. Upper Hankefield & mortar pit close; 11 A. Sowe Crofte; 17 A. Wolleseys Close 124 A. woods; 140 A.; 10 A. Flamsted's Close; 5 A. meadow by the Abbey Bridge; the Lodge, Warren & Conies, & advowsons of St. Peters & All Saints. TOTAL = 587 A.
(1) To W.C. the Y., W.M., & M.C. for ever
Unless (1) pays to W.C. the E. a total of £4800: £400 in 1611 & £4400 in 1612.
4 sigs of (2)
W.C. the E. signs
"William Cokayne Alderman" Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3168  19 December 1754

Paper.

Contents:
Approved Draft Copy: Indenture Release
(1) George HILL of Rowell, Esq. & Ann Barbara, his wife
John HILL of Kettering & Elizabeth, the wives being heiresses of Thomas Medlicott of Cottingham, Esq.
(2) Thomas GREEN of parish of St Anne Soho, Mariner
Benjamin GREEN of --
Philip SHERLOCK of St Andrew, Holborn, gent & Elizabeth, his wife
Robert CHIDDICK of Christ Church, Spittlefields, Victualler, & Mary his wife, (T.G., B.G., E.S & M.C. being children of Samuel Green)
(3) Francis EARL BROOKE of Warwick Castle,
For £600 (3) to (2)
Of close in St. Mary's Parish, Warwick, on west side of Longbridge Lane etc; 20 A. inclosed ground and 1 Barn, adjoining Lea field
(2) To (3) for ever.
(1) & (2) covenant to levy a fine to (3) on the land.
Approved by J White for (3).

[no title]  C 3169  13 July 1665

Contents:
Copy: Indenture Marriage Settlement
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, gent. son & heir of John Hill of R. Clerk, & Susanna wife of J.H., decd.
(2) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq.
Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford Esq, his son.
For Marriage of (1) & Susanna M. a daughter of (2) & for £500 (2) to (1)
Of messuage farm house in Rothwell & 3 A. close & 4 yardlands in R.
& a messuage farm house with 2½ yardlands; & another with a garden & 3 yardlands - all in R.
And all the lands of (1) in Orton als Overton (tenants named) except one messuage, 3 closes & 3 yardlands which were previously settled.
& of rights in Mansion house of (1)'s parents in Rowell, & in the great farm in R. with 7 yardlands
(1) To (2) on uses specified (lands in Orton charged with £1600 debt to Earl of Denbigh)
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3170  1695

Paper.

Contents:
Bond in £80
(1) Barbara Braines of Rothwell
To (2) Edward Hill of Rothwell, Esq.
Condition: to repay £44.
Sig (1).

[no title]  C 3171  21 September 1680

Sig & Paper Seal (1); Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Receipt
(1) Samuel HILL of Rothwell, gent.
To (2) Edward HILL of Rothwell, Esq. of £400.
Due to be paid by Ind. 27 Jan (1669), within 5 years of the death of Basil Earl of Denbigh.

[no title]  C 3172  10 April 1679

1 paper seal

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Nathaniel HILL of Rothwell, draper, & Mary his wife
(2) Edward HILL of Rothwell, Esq.
For £400
Of messuage farmhouse at Rothwell with 1 yardland; Cottage and some land called Noman's land; messuage cottage called the Tanne House with some land in Jo. Ingram's ten
& a mess. farmhouse with 3 Yard lands in Orton als Overton
(1) To (2) for ever.
2 sigs of (1)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3173  7 August 1675

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Sale for Securing Annuities
(1) Edward HILL of Rothwell, gent. son & heir of John & Susanna Hill
John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq
(2) John HILL the younger
Thomas HILL 2 younger brothers of (1)
(3) Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford, Esq.
William WHEELOES of Gayton gent
Of messuage farmhouse with 3 acres & 4 yardlands; ditto, with 2½ Yard lands; ditto with pasture and 3 Yardlands
(1) To (3) for 100 yrs. No rent. But charged with annuities of £12 each to (2).
(Land was sold to (3) 4 Oct 1655 to John & Susanna Hill, by Sir John Norwich & others).
7 sigs (1) (2) & R.M. & 2 other Hills.

[no title]  C 3174  16 January 1665 (1666)

Contents:
Ind: Further Security of Jointure
(1) Edward HILL of Thorpe Malsor, gent, son & heir of John Hill & late Susanna, his wife.
(2) John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq. Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford Esq. son & heir of J.M.
Of messuare farm house with 1 A. Close & 1 Yardland which were bought from Sir John Lambe, decd.
& a mess. farm house and 1½ Yardlands & 1/6 Yardland in Rothwell
(1) Agrees with (2) to hold land to his own, (1)'s, use for himself & his wife, Susanna, daughter of (2).
To secure jointure of 31 July 1665.
Sig J.M. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3175  circa 1660-1670

Paper.

Contents:
The Answer of "the defendt. Hill"
In a case concerning the right of pasturing sheep on the sheep walks in Rothwell.
11 points listed, but some missing.

[no title]  C 3176  1 December 1647

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Agreement for Security
(1) John HILL of Holdenbye, Clerk, & Susanna his wife, cousin & heir of Sir John Lambe, decd.
(2) John SYERS of Loddington, Esq.
John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor, Esq.
For settlements on the children of (1) = Barbara Letts, Alice, John Thomas & Joseph Hill.
Of farmhouse with 1 acre, 2 Yardlands & 1/6 Yardland; and 5 acres in Rothwell.
Farmhouse & 3 yardlands in Orton als Overton. Ditto with 1 YL.
Ditto with 2¼ YLs; ditto with ¾ Y L & ditto with 1½ YLs.
To secure £400 each to the children
No sigs or seals or witnesses.

[no title]  C 3177  21 September 1680

2 sigs & papered seals (1)

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Samuel HILL of Rothwell gents.
Joseph HILL of Rothwell gents.
To (2) Edward HILL of same, Esq.
For £400. (2) to (1)
Of mess. house in R. called the Swann Inn;
Mess. farmhouse + 1 Yardland; and 1½ hls.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3178  26 January 1668 (1669)

Parchment. Sig & Seal.

Contents:
Ind: Further Security
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, gent.
Son & heir of John H. Clerk & of Susanna decd.
To (2) John SYERS of Loddington, Esq.
John MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq. George HILL of Aserby, Leics, gent.
Robert MAUNSELL of Woodford, gent. son & heir of J.M.
Of the Swann Inn in Rothwell :
Mess, farmhouse & 1½ Yardland and ditto with 1 YL; & cottage with land called Nomans land; & cottage called Tannhouse in John Ingram's tenure.
All of which (1) has in fee simple on reversion on death of Basil Earl of Denbigh, and 1 messuage with 3 YL's in Orton als Overton
The first 2 to the use of Samuel Hill & rest to use of Nathaniel Hill, both being brothers of (1)
But grant to Samuel Hill to be void if (1) pays to S.H. £400 within 5 yrs of death of Earl of Denbigh.
With 2 endorsements
Sig of (1).
(i) Receipt: Nathaniel Hill to Edward Hill for £400, and this deed therefore void: 20 Ap. 1679.
(ii) Receipt: Samuel Hill to Edw. Hill for same. 21 Sept. 1680.

[no title]  C 3179  19 September 1701

Paper.

Contents:
Copy: Settlement for Fine & Recovery.
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, Esq.
(2) John HILL of same, his son & heir, gent.
(3) Thomas WARD of Old, clerk
Richard WEST of Arthingworth, clerk.
(4) John COURTMAN of Thorpe Malsor, clerk
(5) Francis ARUNDELL of Stoke Brewen, Esq.
Thomas MAIDWELL of Geddington, gent.
Sir St. Andrew St. JOHN of Woodford, Bt.
Richard KINSMAN of Broughton, gent.
(1) & (2) shall levy a fine to (3)
Of Hundred of Rothwell, & the Manor of R; and Sanders Manor in R;
And 7 messuages, 12 closes, 25 5/6 yard lands, Swann Inn, George Inn, Maulting close, Nomans land, (1)'s Mansion house, and some cottages - all in Rothwell;
And 13 messuages, 15 closes, 20 3/4 yardlands in Orton als Overton and cottages in Desborough.
And shall then suffer a Recovery with (4) as demandant
All very detailed.

[no title]  C 3180  9 January 1619

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Feoffment
(1) William PARKER of the Lea, Bradborne, Derby, gent.
To (2) Thomas WOODWARDE of Knyveton, Derby, yoeman.
Of messuage in Parwitch, Derby adjoining the Chapel yard of P., and Dodsworth Croft in P., Littlewood and Thoms closes in P., & 1½ oxgangs of land, which last were reputed to be inheritance of Sir Edward Coken decd.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Sig. (1). E.

[no title]  C 3181  14 September 1668

minute paper seals.

Contents:
Receipt
(1) Sir Aston COKAINE, Bart for £216.
Sir Richard ASTLEY, Bart for 12d.
Robert Fitzherbert Esq for 12d.
To (2) William SMITH of Ashborne, Derby, Shoemaker
Being the consideration money of a deed of Bargain & Sale of even date where (1) sold to (2)
The Parke meadow als Mrs Hulls meadow in occ. of Sir A.C., in Clifton & Compton, Derby; and Millers Crofte & Armitage Pingle, (one in occ. of Sir A.C.), in Compton and Sturson, Derby.
3 sigs
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3182  14 September 1668

2 papered seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Feoffment.
(1) Sir Aston COKAINE of Ashborne, Derby, Bt.
Sir Richard ASTLEY of Pattishall, Staffs, Bt.
Robert FITZHERBERT of Hynts, Staffs. Esq.
To (2) William SMITH of Ashborne, Derby, Shoemaker
For £216 (2) to Sir A.C. & 12d (2) to Sir R.A. & R.F.
Of the Parke meadow, als Mrs. Hulls meadow, in tenure of Sir A.C., in Clifton & Compton, Derby; Millers Crofte in occ. of Sir A.C., & Armitage Pingle in Compton & Sturson, Derby.
(1) To (2) for ever.
(1) Appoints Francis Toplady of Compton, D. tanner & Henry Booth of same, yeoman as their attorneys to deliver seisin.
3 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3183  15 February 1670 (1671)

Papered Seals of (1)

Contents:
Ind: Lease for 6 months
(1) Thomas PEGG of Yeildersley, Derby. Esq.
Gilbert PEGG of Inner Temple, gent.
Thomas COKAYNE, Esq, son & heir of Sir Aston C. Bt, of Ashborne, Derby.
(2) John BUXTON of Ashborne, gent.
For 12d. (2) to (1)
Of Manor, Lordship & Courts of Great Clifton, Little Clifton & Compton Derbys.; Watercome Mill in Clifton 10 cottages, one with a garden, the barn called the Chauntrey House in Clifton, & 3 messuage farms in Clifton.
3 sigs
Pt. E

[no title]  C 3184  12 October 1652

A few seal remains. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Scipio COKAINE of Waybred, Suff. gent. & Dorothy, his wife, d. & heir of John Bette, late of Highgate, M/sex. decd.
Edward HOBART of same, cent, and Katherine, his wife, late wife of J.B. & mother of D. Cokaine.
John TRIPP, gent. son of Katherine, & Anne his wife
John HOBART of W. & Ann his wife, Esq.
(2) George GASCOIGNE of Braunston, Rutl. gent. and Elinor Gascoigne, his only daughter
(3) Thomas DANVERS of B. gent. & William SHERRARD of B. yeoman
For £650 (2) to S.C. by apptmt of E.H. and J.H.
& £300 (2) to J.T. by same apptmt. to buy an annuity
& £ 50 (2) to E.H.
£1,000
Of Manor of Munns, als Betts fee with appts. in Cambs. & the capital messuage or site of the said Manor, & all lands late in S.C's tenure. 15 A. inclosed & 6 A. both adjoining the mess. cap.; messuage & 10 A. close; 3 A. mowing ground; which lands like in parishes of: Chatteris, Doddington & Sutton in the Isle of Ely, & Cambs.
EXCEPTING: Advowson of the vicarage Church of Chatteris; a Windmill in occ. of Robt. Edmunds; Medman Wood; 24 A. Woodcrofte close; 5 A. Dell close; 70 A. arable in Common fields of Chatteries; Horsewood; 15 A. inclosed ground; Ladies Myld marsh; Deane close; Stocking close; Lamas embanked coate; Nordam close, Rastags meadow & Borge Holte cottage.
(1) To (2) for ever, the lands discharged of annuity of £20, given to J.T. by John Bette, in order to secure an annuity of £40 granted by Bestney Betts to William March
Also Covenant to levy a fine.
(1) Agrees to discharge the £40 annuity.
10 sigs (1) & (3)

[no title]  C 3185  24 November 1667

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Grant of Tithes & Attorney
(1) Scipio COCKAINE of London, gent. & Dorothy his wife.
(2) Michael HOLMAN of the Inner Temple, Esq.
For 5/- (2) to (1)
Of tithes issuing from certain lands in Chatteries, Isle of Ely, being parcell of desmesne of Manor of Chatteris Nunns als Bettes Manor.
(1) appts (2) his attorney to collect the tithe in the name of (1) to use of (2)
2 Sigs of (1)

[no title]  C 3186  2 May 1716

Sig & Seal (1).

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Ann COCKAYNE of Hinxworth, Herts, widow
To (2) Lovell SQUIRE of Ainxworth, yeoman
Of the Barns adjoining the Cap. mess. where (1) lives in Hinxworth; also the use of the Yards & Stables; 66 A. arable in H. fields, 4 A. Snapshort Close of pasture; 6 cow commons; 3 A. Longcrofte pasture; 7 A. Agglands pasture; 3 A. Browns close; 1 A. arable in Caldecot, Herts; 4 A. arable in Ashwell, Herts.
All belonging to (1) & resewing timber etc.
For 5 yrs @ £39-14-6. p.a.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3187  10 February 1670 (1671)

Seal gone. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Covenant for Fine & Recovery.
(1) Sir Aston COCKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby, Bt.
(2) Thomas COCKAYNE, Esq, his son & heir app.
Thomas PEGG of Yeldersley, Derby Esq.
Gilbert PEGG of Inner Temple, gent.
(3) John PAYNE of Ofcoate, Ashborne, gent.
(4) Alexander STANHOPE of Inner Temple Esq.
Henry HARDTMAN of Polesworth, Warwicks, gent.
(1) & (2) agree with (4) to levy a fine on Puoley Manor in the parish of Polesworth, Warwicks, & of Cap. mess. called Pooley Hall in (1)'s tenure; the Link, Linke land, the Park with orchard & garden, the Ball, the Cow closes, Nether meadow & coppice, Newton field, & River Ancor between Polesworth & Pooley, with the banks on both sides & the fishing.
Also Covenant to levy a Common Recovery in favour of (1) on uses specified: all in favour of (1) & his family.
Sig of (1) only.

[no title]  C 3188  29 March 1726

3 sig & seals (1)

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale.
(1) John BLADON of West Broughton, Derb. yeo.
George COCKAINE of Doveridge, Derby. clerk.
William GIBBONS of Derby. gent.
(2) James BATE of Ashby de la Zouch, Leics. gent.
For £155. (2) to (1)
Of messuage in W.B. where J. Bladon lives, & 3 A. close adjoining.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3189  13 April 1667

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Feoffment.
(1) Sir Aston COCKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby. Bart.
Sir Richard ASTLEY of Pattishall, Staffs. Bart.
Robert FITZHERBERT, Esq. of Hinte, Staffs. Esq.
To (2) Robert BLUNT of Compton, Ashborne, Fellmonger
For £12-15 (2) to Sir A.C.
& 12d. (2) to Sir R.A. & R.F.
Of cottage & garden in (2)'s tenure & a baye of building adjoining in Compton & Cliston, Derbys.
To (2) for ever.
(1) Appoint William Palin gent & Wm Browne of Compton, yeom. attorneys to deliver seisin.
3 sigs (1).

[no title]  C 3190 (a) & (b)  XIX Century

Contents:
(a) Arms of Sir William Cokayne, Alderman & Lord Mayor, impaling Morris
(b) Arms of Cokayne of Charles 1st Lord Cullen.
From Thorpe Malsor.

[no title]  C 3191  16 August 1661

Contents:
Receipt.
(1) Sir Aston Cokayne of Ashborne Derby Bart., & Thomas Cokayne Esq. his son & heir
To (2) John Buxton of A. gent.
For £200. (2) to (1)
For 7 beast gates in summer & 49 sheep gates in winter in Low Close in Ofcoate & Underwood, Derby, sold by (1) to (2) same date.
2 sigs (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3192  2 October 1650

No seal.

Contents:
Ind. Lease for One Year
(1) Montague EARL of LINDSAY, Lord Chamberl.
(2) William WATSON of Frampton, Lincs. yeo.
For 5/-
Of 1 messuage & lands in Fishtoft, Lincs. in occ. of Wm. Boothby.
a A. 1 R. pasture in F. & / R. meadow in occ. of Widow Waltham.
Sig (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3193  7 October 1613

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Grant
(1) Thomas COKAINE of Ashborne, Derb. Esq.
To (2) Homfrey HARRIS, his servant.
For £20 (2) to (1).
Of the Lodge in the Park in Ashborne in (2) Occ; pasture for 12 Kyne & 1 nag, mare or gelding in the park; 2 meadows in (2)'s occ.; & a site for a house in A. park with a garden
For 81 yrs @ ld.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 3194  5 November 1634

Contents:
Indenture Defesance
(1) Francis COKAINE of London, gent.
John ALLEN, cit. & Cloathwor of London.
(2) Aston COKAINE of Pooley, Warw. Esq.
To secure Statute Staple bond of £1000 (2) to (1).
i.(2) agrees to perform Covenants in 2 pairs of Indents. (i) 1 November 1634 bet. (2) & (1), & (ii) 3 November 1634 bet. (1) & (2).
ii.(2) agrees to pay (1) £416 before 6th May next.
2 sigs (1). Pt. E.
Endorsed: 16 Jan 1651 (1652) with note of examination by William Jackson.

[no title]  C 3195  27 December 1659

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of 81 Years
(1) Elizabeth LEVEING, widow, of Warwicks.
(2) Thomas COKAINE of Ashborne Hall, Esq. Derby.
For £20 (2) to (1)
Of Lodge in Ashborne Park, late in Humfrey Harris' occ.; grass for 12 Kine & 1 horse in the Park & ground where a house was to be built & the garden, & the keepership of the Park & Warren.
Which lands were leased by (2)'s grandfather, 7 October (1613) to H. Harris, & assigned by H.H. to Timothy leveing 30 April 1629
For remainder of 81 yrs.
No sig, seal or witnesses.

[no title]  C 3196  27 December 1959

Contents:
Same as C 3195.
Different hand.
No sigs. seals or witnesses.
But there has been wax on the seal tag. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3197  14 July 1666

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage Assignment
(1) Henry FERNE of Knyveton Derby, yeo.
(2) John BUXTON of Ashborne, Derby. gent.
For 5/- (2) to (1)
Of 7 beastgates in summer & 49 sheepgates in winter on Low Close, if Offcoate & Underwood, Derby mortgaged by (1) to Sir Aston Cokayne
For £200. 21 Feb (1666), but (2) is the real proprietor under Sir A.C.
For remainder of 1000 yrs.
Sig of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3198  14 October 1657

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Brian COKAYNE Esq. his son & heir.
Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bt.
Thomas COKAYNE of London, merchant.
(2) Richard DUDLEY the elder of Swepston, Leics. gent.
For £665 (2) to B.C.
5/- (2) to Ld. C., Sir W.F. & T.C.
Of Mansion house with appts in Swepston, Leics (in (2)'s occ by virtue of 1 yr lease); 25 A. pasture in 3 closes; 20 A. meadow; 22 A. pasture 100 A. pasture
- 167 acres.
(1) To (2) for ever.
3 sigs of (1)
(No sig. of T.C.)

[no title]  C 3199  20 March 1619

Contents:
Indenture Agreement to Convey
(1) Thomas COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derb. Esq
(2) Phillip LORD STANHOPE
Sir Thomas BURDETT of Bromecote, Warwicks, Bart
William STANHOPE of Elveston, Derb. Esq.
Michael PUREFEY of Nottingham, gent.
(3) Sir John STANHOPE of Elvaston, Kt.
Robert PORTE of Horn. Staffs. Esq.
Thomas LEVINGE of Sturson, Derby. gent.
(1) Agrees with (3) that he will Convey to (2) :-
Manors of Ashborne, Great Clyfton & Little Clyfton, Derbys. which were late inheritance of Sir Edward C. decd.
Manor of Pooley, Warwicks, late of same Sir Edw. C. and Hale Close & meadow, Hellfethers Armytage, Ballfeilds & Heath closes, Heath meadow, & all the crofts lying between Heath close & meadow, & the Ancor river between Polesworth & Pooley, & Bramcote & Pooley & the banks on either side.
(1) To (3) for 60 yrs @ £44 p.a.
Various & many uses specified.
- Mainly uses to the Cokaynes.
Sigs (1), Ld S. &
M. P. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3200  16 February 1670 (1671)

2½ seals of (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Thomas PEGGE of Yeildersley, Derb. Esq.
Gilbert PEGGE of Inner Temple, gent
Thomas COKAYNE, son & heir of Sir Aston C. of Ashborne, Derby. (Bart).
(2) John BUXTON of Ashborne, gent.
For 5/- (2) to T.P. & G.P.
£135 (2) to T.C.
Of Manor & Courts etc of Great Clifton, Little Clifton & Compton, Derbys. and Watercorne Mill with its kiln in Clyfton, & Milne Holme.
10 cottages (one with a garden), the barn called the Chauntry House in C; 3 messuage farms, the Chappel Yard & 1 beast grass on Clifton Moore.
(1) To (2) for ever.
3 sigs

[no title]  C 3201  25 October 1656

Paper.

Contents:
Writing: Feoffment Marriage Settlement.
(1) Robert NUMAN (NEWMAN - sig) the elder Robert NUMAN the younger, of Cannsend, Colmothe, Beds. yeom.
To (2) John SQUIRE of Gamblinghaye, Cambs. shepherd
For marriage of R.N. the Y. with Susan Squire, d. of (2), and for £41. (2) to (1).
Of one new built cottage with outhouses and one grove of wood = 3 A. or pasture of wood ground, near Langley wood, in Colmothe
(1) To Susan Squire for her life etc.
Endorsed: Oliver Cokayn Scripsit
2 sigs (1). E.

[no title]  C 3202  25 October 1656

Paper

Contents:
Bond in £80-0.-0.
(1) Robert Numan the elder & Robert Numan the younger, of Cannsende Collmothe, Beds. yeomen
To (2) John SQUIRE of Gamblinghaye, Cambs. Shepherd.
Cond: to keep covenants in Deedpole (C 3201).
2 marks (1).

[no title]  C 3203  XIX Century

Contents:
Facsimile of 2 Coats of Arms
(i) Cokayne with 8 quartering impaling Morris
(ii) Cokayne ditto, impaling Thomond.

[no title]  C 3204  circa 1894

Contents:
Prospectus for the Reproduction of the Painting: The Field of the Cloth of Gold. 1520.
With a list of Henry VIII's retinue & of his Queen, Catherine of Aragon.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3205  XIX Century

Contents:
Facsimile & Motto of Cokayne Coat of Arms quartering
C, Herthull, Deyrille, Savage, Rossington, Edensor, ---. & C.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3206  4 July 1595

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Extended Lands
(1) John MORYS, cit. & Haberdasher of London executor of Richard MORRIS late Ironmonger of L. decd.
(2) William COMBER of Wootton, Surrey, gent.
For £150 (2) to (1)
Of Manor of Poyle, 3 watermills called Corne Mills, 60 A. land, 14 A. meadow & £4 rents in Guildeford, Surrey, which lands were extended to Richard Morris, by virtue of a Statute Staple recognisance for £200 by William Hille of Guildford, mercer, 5 May (1575)
(1) To (2) for such term as (1) shall have claim of.
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 3207  24 October 1900

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Horace Round, 31, Alfred Place West, S.W.
To George Edward Cokayne
Re Wilmot family & Baronetage review.

[no title]  C 3208  24 February 1672 (1673)

Contents:
Receipt
(1) Thomas Cokayne Esq.
To (2) Thomas Titterton for £140-0.-0.
Being purchase money for a farm in Clifton called Titterton farm.
Sig. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3209  14 October 1657

Contents:
Bond in £1000-0.-0.
(1) Charles Lord Cullen, & Bryan Cokayne his son & heir
To (2) Richard Dudley the Elder of Swepston, Leics. gent.
Cond: to fulfill covenants in a pair of Indentures of even date.
2 sigs (1)

[no title]  C 3210  25 February 1629

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale.
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London Esq.
Son & heir of William C. deed.
(2) Robert CARR, son & heir of James Carr of Newcastle on Tyne, Merchant.
For £700. (2) to (1)
Of 160 A. of the Southfield, 70 A. Brissleton Woods, 170 A. Brissleton Moore, all in St. Ellen Aukland, Co Durham.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Sig of (1)
Endorsed with enrolment in Chancery.

[no title]  C 3211  13 October 1657

Contents:
Indenture Lease for Year
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN,
Brien COKAYNE, his son & heir, Esq.
Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bart.
Thomas COKAYNE of London, merchant
To (2) Richard DUDLEY the elder of Swepston, Leics. gent.
Of Mansion house in Swepston, 3 closes of pasture = 25 A. 20 A. meadow, 22 A. Wheate field; 100 A. Upper heathfield & part of Lower heathfield all in S.
In (2)'s occ.
3 sigs of (1)
(Excluding T C.) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3212  2 February 1673

Contents:
Ind: Lease for 6 Monthes.
(1) Thomas COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby. Esq.
Thomas PEGGE of Yeldersley, Derby, Esq.
Gilbert PEGGE of the Inner Temple gent.
(2) Thomas TITTERTON of Long Doles, Ashborne, yeo.
For 5/-
Of Tittertons Farm in Great Clifton, Ashborne, with 5 closes & 2 pingles (field names given), & half a beast grass.
2½ sigs of (1) (T.P. half missing). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3213  18 January 1661 (1662)

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind Covenant to Levy Fine.
(1) Brien LORD CULLEN & Elizabeth, his wife
To (2) Sir Thomas COTTON of Conington, Hunts. Bt.
Thomas CHETWIND of Grindon, Warw. Esq.
For performance of agreements
Of Mansion house in Swepston in occ of Richard Dudley, & lands called Hempe, Hudlewell, & New Closes, Long meadow leyes, Wheathill, Upper heath field, part of Lower heath field all in R D's possession in Swepston, Leics.
Also of Mill meadow in S.
All to be levied as: 1 mess., 2 gardens, 40 A. land, 36 A. meadow, 112 A. pasture 20 A. furze all in Swepston.
2 sigs of (1).

[no title]  C 3214  14 October 1657

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Brien COKAYNE, Esq. his son & heir
Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bart.
Thomas COKAYNE, of London, merchant
(2) Thomas DUDLEY, son of Margaret D, of Swepston, Leics. yoeman.
For £15 (2) to B.C. &
5/- (2) to Ld. C., Sir W.F. & T.C.
Of parcel of a messuage in Swepston where (2) lives, moiety of a barn & part of a croft = 1½ A. and 3 beast gates in Nethercote Slade or Swepston Slade.
To (2) for ever.
3 sigs of (1) Pt. E.
(T.C. excluded).

[no title]  C 3215  1 May 1612

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Bankrupt's lands
(1) Sir John SWINARTON, Kt, cit. & Alderman of London
William COKAYNE, cit. & Alderman of London
Richard WHELER of London, Esq.
Robert SMYTHE of Middle Temple, Esq.
Robert OFFLEY of London, merchant.
To (2) James HUISHE of London, gent. executor of John Tedcastle, late of London, merchant decd.
Richard COOPER of London, Whitebaker
John HANBURY, cit. & Merchantaylor of London.
John HOPKINS, cit. & Salter of London
John BOWATER, cit. & haberdasher of London
John BLEWETT of Hadley, Suffolk, clothier
For £2300 debts of Peter Moffett, Linen merchant, bankrupt
Of 5 messuages on the South side of Heighe Streete without Algate in parish of St. Botolphe without Algate, London (tenants names given) with all appts. & the stable and 2 tenements adjoining, & 1 carpenter's yard formerly a garden, set in the great Gate on the south side of High Street etc. and the Great Gate; and the lane leading from High Street towards the late Mynones Wall (position described) and 8 gardens
All being within the Great Gate in parish of St. Botolphe, & St. Mary Matfellon als Whitechappell, & all lands late of William Moffett of Chipping Barnett, Herts, gent decd.
AND Messuage + 180 A. in Ashewell, Herts & 5 A Smythes mead meadow in Barnett, Herts. (tenants names given).
AND Customary messuage & 24 A. in Barcomsted Parva, Herts. late of W.M. above, and reversion of messuage in Middle Rowe in town of Maidstone Kent and the shop or shed adjoining, & a garden in Pudding Lane, Maidstone.
AND ¼ of 2 messuages in parish of St. Mary at Bowe, in the warde of Cheape, in Nicholas Leman's tenure.
AND 1/8 of 2 mess. & 3 shops in parish of St. Ethelburgh within Bishopsgate, London, in occ. of Richard Luxton & Eliz. Wallington.
AND 1/8 of mess. called the Corke in parish of Allhallowes in the Wall, London, in tenure of Thomas Paris, Currier
AND ¼ of mess. in parish of St. Botolphe without Algate, London in Gervase Stone's tenure
AND 1/8 of mess. in parish of St. Clement Daines, M/sex. in tenure of widow Sallom.
(1) By virtue of being Commissioners for the Bankruptcy of Peter MOFFETT, (Commission dated 11 Nov (1609) ) to (2).
Endorsed with enrollment in Chancery.
5 sigs.

[no title]  C 3216  25 February 1628 (1629)

Contents:
Indenture Release.
(1) Charles COKAYNE of London Esq. son & heir of Sir William C. deed.
To (2) Robert CARR, son & heir of James C. Newcastle on Tyne, Merchant.
For £700.
Of 160 A. Southfield; 70 A. Brissleton woods; 170 A. Brissleton Moore; all in St. Ellen Aukland, Co Durham
(1) To (2) for ever.
Sig. (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3217  3 February 1673

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release.
(1) Thomas COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby, Esq.
Thomas PEGGE of Yeldersley, Derby, Esq.
Gilbert PEGGE of Inner Temple, gent.
To (2) Thomas TITTERTON of Long Doles, Ashborne, yeoman
For £140. (2) to T.C.
5/- (2) to T.P. & G.P.
Of Titterton's farm, in Great Clifton, Ashborne, with 5 closes and 2 pingles (- field names given) & half a beast grass on Clifton Moore.
To (2) for ever.
3 sigs of (1).

[no title]  C 3218  September-October 1602

Contents:
The Account of Thomas Smyth, the Agent for John Jolles & William Cokaine
For the victualling of the royal forces in the Province of Connaught.
J.J. & W.C. being contractors for victualling the forces in Lemster. C. & Ullster.
This called the "Triplicate Accompte"

[no title]  C 3219  21 June 1738

Contents:
Exemplification:
Plea of Tresspass Upon the Case.
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
v. (2) John BURTON of Hallows, Derby. Esq.
Richard BAGSHAW of Oaks, Derby. Esq.
Richard MILNES of Chesterfield, Surgeon.
Samuel NEEDHAM of Gt. Hacklow, D. miner
John NEEDHAM of same, miner.
Peter BAGSHAW of same, miner
Mary JAMES of Winlow, D. widow.
Joseph BURRS of Bradwall, D. miner
William BOWER of Stoney Middleton, D. gent.
William BOWMAN of Tiddleswell, D. miner
Robert BOWMAN of Ashborne D, Tallow Chandler.
William SPENCER of Cannon Hall, Yorks Esq.
For fraudulently misappropriating 1000 tuns of lead or valued at £5000, & 5000 cartloads of soil to value of £5000.
(1) Gets damages, unspecified and costs of £12-13-4. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3220  1 June 1712

Sig & seal (2). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease.
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN & Anne, his wife. Frances, Countess of BELLAMONT
To (2) Bryan HULL of Rushton, gent.
Of Capital Mess. called the East Manor
House & the malting belonging to it, in Rushton, with
10 A. Home closes in (2)s occ;
10 A. How-crofts; 40 A. Ambery field;
72 A. of east part of Windmill field;
50 A. Land close; 17 A near Low Hill;
10 A. Wards close; 18 A. Gambles close;
38 A. Wattkins Wald; 10 A. Bush close
= 396 Acres in Rushton
For 21 years @ (i) £193-4 to C. p.a.
£100. to Lady B. p.a.

[no title]  C 3221  10 April 1572

Contents:
Writing: Bargain & Sale
(1) Edward JOHNSON of Newcastle uppon Tyne, mariner
To (2) William COKAYNE, citizen & skinner of L.
For £140
Of moiety or 1/2 of a ship called the "Elizabeth" of Newcastle, now lying in the Thames, of Burden 110 tons. & moiety of her sails, tackle & equipment.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Sig & seal (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3222  7 February 1661 (1662)

2 sigs of (2) & 2 seals. excluding W.W. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Bryan LORD CULLEN, son & executor of Charles Lord Cullen, decd.
Mary Lady Cullen, widow of Charles
(2) Richard RAYNFORD, Serjeant at Law
William WARD of Houghton, Esq.
Owen FELTHAM of Great Billing, gent.
For £1000 paid to Charles Lord Cullen in his lifetime
& for £1600 (2) to (1)
Of Manor & Lordship of Great Billing als Much Billing; & of capital mansion house in G.B. late in occ. of Barnaby Earl of Thomond; 2 closes of pasture belonging to the house; & meadow & pasture = Lamas Close, Lasham & Church leyes, & some others, totalling 12 Yardlands
6 Yardlands in parish fields of G.B. in tenure of John Nichols; mess. & 3 yardlands in G.B. in occ. of Edward Drakeford; messuage & 1/2 yardland in G.B. in occ. of Ralphe Lynne, & Billing Bridge Mills, in occ. of Vincent Ingram.
Of which lands were sold to Charles Lord Cullen by Barnaby Earl of Thomond 2 June 1656.
(1) To (2) for remainder of 500 yrs.

[no title]  C 3223  24 June 1670

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Lands for Paying Legacies
(1) Brian LORD CULLEN
(2) Robert PEIRSON of Forsett, Yorks, gent. & Mary his wife, sister of (1).
(3) George BLOUNT of Rushton, Esq.
John VAVASOUR of Spaldington, Yorks, Esq.
For 10/- (3) to (1)
Of Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics. & all the lands of (1). in Elmesthorpe, Roscester als Roster, Combridge and Alveton in Staffs. & Derby; & messuage farm in Hedingham Castle & Gestingthorpe, Essex, called Cordwells farm; parcel of the Great Park in Hedingham Castle, Hedingham Cible & Gestingthorpe in occ. of Mathew Butcher.
& other parcels of same in occ. of William Harrington & a lodge in occ. of Edward Marsh; Parke gate farm in occ. of James Newman, & part of Castle Park & 3 roods of Hopp grounds in occ. of Edward Marsh, & parcel of park in occ. of James Newman - all in Castle Hedingham etc.
(1) To (3) for 21 years & 200 years.
(3) Have the right to take from the lands a total of £3412 between 1670-1676 in payment of all legacies of Charles Ld Cullen to Mary Peirson.
Annexed is Schedule of (2)'s debts.
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 3224  28 May 1585

Sig & seals (1) & (3).

Contents:
Ind: Agreement to lead Common Recovery
(1) Sir Thomas COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby Kt.
(2) William COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London
(3) Henry SHERRAT of London, Skinner
That (2) will allow (3) to bring a Common recovery against him on Cap. mess. called Fastolfes Place, als Fostall place with water on every side, being near Horsedowne in parish of St. Olave, Sowthwarke Surrey, & gardens & ground on the sout side also surrounded by water; & the Wharfe between the mess. & the Thames 120 feet long to be recovered as: 8 messuages, 8 gardens, 8 orchards with appts.
To be for the use of (2).
( (1) is vouched to warranty by (2) ).
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3225  5 December 1599

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Release of Lands, by Redemption
(1)Thomas COKAYNE
William COKAYNE
John COKAYNE
Francis COKAYNE
Roger COKAYNE
Richard COKAYNE
Ferdinand COKAYNE sons of William Cokayne the elder citizen & skinner of London, deceased.
To (2) Edward COKAYNE of Ashborne, Derby Esq.
For £80 to W.C. the elder in his lifetime
& £880 (2) to (1)
Of manor of Great Clifton & Little Clifton, Ashborne, & Ashborne Park & all the deer, conies & game;
The money being paid in accordance with a proviso contained in a deed of 23 Sept. (1597) being a proviso of redemption between W.C. the elder now decd. & (2).
Sig of (2).

[no title]  C 3226  22 March 1680

3 seals & sigs (1).

Contents:
Ind: Jointure Settlement
(1) Brian LORD CULLEN
Hon. Charles COKAINE, his son & heir Esq. and Katherine his wife, d. of late Wm. Lord Willoughby of Parsham.
(2) John CARIE of Stanwell, M/sex, Esq.
William WHITELOCK of Middle Temple, Esq.
For marriage of C.C. & K, and for £6000 as K's marriage portion.
(1) Agrees with (2) that within 6 months of the death of Mary Vistess. Cullen, mother of Brian Lord C., (1) will settle on Charles Cokayne the Manor & Lordship of Rushton, worth £650 p.a. as a jointure for Katherine.
(Except mess. called Gages with its lands, to be settled on Elizabeth, wife of B. Lord C.). Lands charged with annuity of £400 p.a. for C.C.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3227  26 May 1611

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Mortgage in Fee.
(1) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe, Leics. & Dame Mary, his wife.
William GOOD of London, gent.
John BARBER of London, yeoman
(2) William COKAYNE of London, Alderman
Mathew CRADOCKE, his servant
(3) James WHITLOCKE of Middle Temple, Esq.Thomas HENCMAN of Isham, gent.
For money unspecified
Of Manor & lordship of Elmesthorpe with all its lands, & all the lands called "Highfield", in Elmesthorpe & Erleshilton, & the advowson of Elmesthorpe.
(1) & (3) to (2) for ever.
They covenant to levy a fine on the above to use & right of (2), & then (3) to sue out a Common Recovery against (2).
For £7500.
5 sigs (1) & (3).

[no title]  C 3228  18 December 1632

Seal (Not (1)'s)

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale.
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton, Esq. James CHYBNALE of Broughton. gent.
For £100 (2) to (1).
Of a messuage in Pitchley in occ. of (2) (formerly by Thos. Henchman, & then of Euseby Isham).
In same tenure.
And a cottage in Pitchley in occ. of Robert Coles, adjoining the messuage with 1 A. inclosed ground, in occ.
Of same 3 as above.
(1) To (2) for ever.
No signature or mark witnessed. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3229  circa 1627

Stained with damp & unreadable in 2 parts.

Contents:
Declaration & Order by Sir Henry Marten, Judge of the P.C.C.
On the nuncupative will of Sir William Cokayne Kt, decd: exemplifying the oral bequest to the Hospitals & Poor, & his poor friends.
Quite detailed lists
TOTAL = £1020. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3230  12 June 1616

Remains of seal. Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification of Fine, & of the Writ of Covenant etc.
(1) William COKAYNE querc.
Mathew CRADOCKE querc.
(2) Sir John HARRINGTON & Mary deforc.
William GOOD deforc.
John BARBER deforc.
Of manor of Elmesthorpe, 3 mess.1 cottage, 200 A. land, 60 A. meadow, 500 A. pasture, 60 A. wood & 20/-rents in Elmesthorpe & Erleshilton & the advowson of Elmesthorpe
For £500.

[no title]  C 3231  5 May 1631

2 sigs & seals of (2) (M.C. excluded).

Contents:
Assignment of Term of Years in Trust.
(1) Lady Mary COUNTESS of DOVER, late wife of Sir William Cokayne, Alderman, decd.
Charles COKAINE Esq. son, heir & executor of Sir W. C. decd.
(2) William COKAINE of London, merchants.
Mathew CRADDOCK of London, merchants.
Jacob PRICE of London, merchants.
(3) Sir Thomas FANSHAWE of Ware Park, herts. K.B.
William ELMES of Warmington, Esq.
Of the woods called Bucknells, (= 9 coppices = 360 Acres) in the parish of Towcester, which Sir Hatton Farmor mortgaged in fee to Sir Wm. Cokayne, decd. 15 August (1621)
For £1155; default in payment was made and so for affection (1) has for Sir H. F's daughters, Mary, Anna and Arabella
(1) With consent of (2) to (3) to hold on trust for, & until the marriage of the said daughters of Sir H.F.
But if Sir H.F. pays £1155 to (3), (3) will convey the lands to him
Pt.

[no title]  C 3232  13 January 1609 (1610)

Sigs & seals torn off. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assingment of Extended Lands.
(1) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman, & one of the Sheriffs, of London.
(2) Sir James LANCASTER, Kt. of London
For £491-16-4
Of 7 messuages, 300 A. land, 49 A. meadow 10 A. pasture, 50 A. wood, in Clapham. Surrey, in tenure of Thomas Cokaine & others.
T.C. had become bound to (1) by Recog. of Statute Staple in £800, & on default land was extended to (1) £120 p. a.
(T.C. described as Thos. Cokaine of Clapham, Survey, gent & formerly of Branyhinge, Herts. gent.)
(1) To (2) for as long as (1) had claim.
Witnessed.

[no title]  C 3233  Undated

Contents:
Writing: Declaration & Testimony.
(1) Christopher LYNCHE, Mayor of town of Galway.
(2) Robert BLAKE bailiffs of same
(3) Nicholas LYNCH bailiffs of same
Re 280 Hogsheads of Meal, delivered by Thomas SMYTH, officer of H.M. Victuallers of Connaught & agent of Victuallers - John Jolles & William Cokayne.
Meal delivered by the Ship the "Blessing of God" of ?Oxford/Orford, & when baked was found to be "badd and corrupte" by testimony of Henry Thomson, William Cloake, John Morfewe, Connell McGeoghagan, bakers of T.S.
3 Hogsheads were sent back to England by the Victuallers, 2 by Richard Hart of the "B. of G", & 1 by John Goldson of the "Edward & John" of Dover.
All this certified as True.
3 sigs. (1) (2) & (3). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3234  14 August 1602

Sig & seal (1). Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Agreement & Undertaking
(1) Robert NEWCOMEN of Dublin, gent.
To (2) John JOLLES & William COKAYNE victuallers for Lempster, Ulster and Connaught
(1) To pas the accounts for the 3 provinces & to secure them to be presented to H.M. Auditors.

[no title]  C 3235  Easter 1621
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final Concord.
Sir William Cokayne, Jacob PRICE querec.
Laurence Maydwell, gent & Lucy defc.
Thomas MAYDWELL, gent defc.
Richard MAYDWELL, gent defc.
Of 60 A. pasture in Rushton
For £100. Pt.

[no title]  C 3236  1 August 1674

Contents:
Writing: Grant.
(1) Brian LORD CULLEN
To (2) Benjamine PORTLOCK of London, gent. for money unspecified
Of advowson to Rectory, & Church of Blenchingley, Surrey,
To (2) for ever.
No sig or seal: - witnessed. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3237  12 July 1633

STAINED BY DAMP. Nearly illegible on right hand side; Sig of (1) - nearly illegible; Parchment.

Contents:
Writing. Discharge of all Legacies.
(1) Jane COKAYNE, youngest daughter of Sir William C., Alderman, decd.
To (2) Henry Earl of Dover, & Mary, Countess of D., late wife of Sir W.C. Charles Cokayne, son hier & executor of Sir W.C.
William Cokayne, Mathew Cradocke & Jacob Price of London, merchants
Trustees of estate of Sir W.C. of all sums of money (amounts unspecified) due to (1) as legacies under will of Sir W.C.

[no title]  C 3238  25 May 1611

V. BAD CONDITION - A Good ½ missing; 1 seal J.H.

Contents:
Deed: Ind.
(1) Sir John HARRINGTON of Elmesthorpe Kt. (William GOOD of London, gent). John BARBER of London, yeoman
(2) William COKAYNE of London, Alderman Mathew CRADOCKE, his servant
(3) (James WHITLOCK of Middle Temple Esq.). Thomas HENCHMAN of Isham, gent.
For
Of Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics & the lands called Highfield, in E. & Erleshilton
Covenant to levy a fine & Common Recovery.
? Counterpart of C 3227 ?
4 sigs (1) & W.C. of (2)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3239  25 May 1611

Contents:
Another strip of C 3238
Sig. of Mathew Cradock.

[no title]  C 3240  10 July 1633

Sig of (2) & seal. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Demise & Quit Claim
(1) Henry EARL, of DOVER & Mary, his wife
William Cokayne
Mathew CRADOCKE
Jacob PRICE citizens & skinners of London
To (2) Charles COKAYNE son & heir of Sir W.C. decd.
For £1500 (2) to W.C. M.C. & J.P. for use of Mary Dover
Of Manor of Swynford als Swynford Regis Staffs,- the Chase of Pensnett in parish & manor of Swynford, in Worcs. & Staffs,& Ashwood Chase als Hay of Ashwood in Worcs. & Staffs
& all rights to Manor of Rowley, Staffs, parcel of lands of late John Duke of Northumberland, attainted for Treason
& Chaspell Chase, Staffs.
& 400 A. of Dudley Newe Park in Staffs
& Worcs- (tenants names given)
& all appts including streams & mines of iron & coal
& all other lands sold by Edw. Lord Dudley of Dudley Castle to Thomas Parke of Willingsworth, Staffs, Esq. 16 Nov. (1622)
(1) To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3241  4 August 1747

Contents:
Recognisance to Keep the Peace etc.
Before Francis COKAYNE:-
Thomas Linsey of Butcher Row, White Chappie, London, Butcher in £40
John Bradshaw of Leadenhall Street London, Victualler in £20
George Wardley of Aldgate Ward, Constable, in £20
that T.L. appear at next General Sessions of London, at Guildhall to answer to a Bill of Indictment for Assault on William Gray.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3242  27 July 1631

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) William QOKAYNE of London, merchants
Mathew CRADOCK of London, merchants
Jacob PRICE of London, merchants
(2) William DABBES of pariah of St. George the Martir, Southwark, Surrey yeoman & Katherine,. his wife
For £20 (2) to (1)
Of messuage called the Signe of the Fox in (2)'s tenure, in St. G. the M., S. & the yard adjoining
& a stable or shed in an alley called "Idle Alley" near the yard of the mess.
& free entrance for (2) & his servants into & out of the stable, and "a certaine house of Office in the said Alley"
For 19 yrs. @ 12 p. a.
4 sigs (1) & including Mary Dover, widow of Sir W.C. decd.

[no title]  C 3243  29 March 1639

Contents:
Writing Indented: Award of Arbitrators
(1) William COCKAINE. cit. & skinner of London
John WALTER, cit. & Draper of London Arbitrators in dispute between
Jacob Price, skinner, & Maurice Henchman skinner over £40-13-6 owed by M.H. to J.P. and also in the claim of M.H. against estate of Sir William Cokayne Alderman, deed, for services rendered.
(1) Award to Maurice Henchman £80. for his service as Steward for 8 yrs. but only £39-6-6 shall be paid to M.H. & the residue of £0-13-6 to be paid to J.P.
2 sigs (1) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3244  2 December 1615

Sig & seal armorial of (2); Paper.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Sir Humfrey BASKERVILE of Eardisley Heref. Kt.
John MAUNSELL now of London, & late of New Windsor, Berks. Esq.
(2) Walter PYE of the Mynde, Heref. Esq.
for £2010 to Sir K.B. by James Tompkins of Mornington Upon Wye, Heref. Esq.
Of Manor of Stanndon Upon Wye als Stanton
U. W. Herefords., the advowson of the Parish Church of S. u. W.
& all the lands of S. in S. and Kilkington Heref, demised by H.B. to J.M. 29 July 1613
The wood in Overletton, Heref. of 16 A; 10 A. the leyes, 8 A. Stocking lake, pasture, 10 A. Stocking lake = meadow;
J.M. with consent of Sir H.B. to (2) for remainder of 99 yrs. Pt. E.
Annexed: Copy of Appointment of Attorney,2 Dec. 1615
John Maunsell to Harbert Westfaling Esq. and William Gomond sent to take & deliver possession as his Attornies to Walter Pye.

[no title]  C 3245  14 July 1621

Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Appointment of Attorneys
(1) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Kt.
(2) Sir William COKAYNE of London, Kt.
As (1)'s attorney to receive a debt of £400 from Nicholas BEALE clerk, parson of Swepston, which was due to (1) on a bond of 20 Oct 1600 to the only use of (2)
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 3246  6 May 1591

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Thomas DOCWRA of Putteridge. in parish of Ottley, Herts. Esq.
(2) William COKAYNE the elder, cit. & skinner of London
of great messuage with all appts. in parish of St. Peter the Poore, London, (2)s occupation
For 21 years @ £14-10 & £34-10
Sig (1) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3247  21 May 1582

Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Assignment of Lease
(1) William BURD of London Esq.Katherine BURD his daughter
To (2) Thomas SMYTH of London Esq.
For money unspecified
Of a tenement = a stable & a hay loft in Brode Street, in parish of St Peter the Poore, London
For remainder of 96 years
Which had been leased for 96 yrs to Merable ( ) Burde, another d. of W.B. 16 March 1579 by John Taylor, haberdasher of London
It is parcel of the Great messuage where John Hales, deed, lived which was bought by J.T. & W.B. of Thomas Docwra Esq.
2 Sigs (1).

[no title]  C 3248  5 July 1630

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of Lands for Dower
(1) Henry EARL of DOVER John, VISCOUNT ROCHFORD, his son & heir
(2) Lady Mary COKAYNE, widow of Sir William, Alderman, decd.
(3) William COKAYNE of London, merchants
Mathewe CRADOCKE of London, merchants
Jacob PRICE of London, merchants
For 20/- (3) to (2).
Of Capital messuage in Broadstreet where (2) now lives in parish of St Peter the Poore; 2 mess, adjoining it in occ. of Thomas Clowes, & Samuel Rawlinson
AND Manor & Mansion house of Combe als. Combe Nevill, Surrey, & its appts. in C., Kingston upon Thames, & Norton, Surrey & all lands sold to (2) & W.C. by Sir Francis Vincent, 14 May 1608;
AND Manors of Denchworth als Dengeworth, Lovedayes, Southdenchworth, Southcott als Circott. & Hide, Berks. The Mansion house in Denchworth; Rectory or parsonage of Southdenchworth & the Advowson of the Vicarage of SDW.
AND Lady Croft Close in Baulking, als Bawking, als Battlekin, in Uffington, Berks.
AND Manor of Swepston, Leics, the advowson of S. & all lands In S., Nethercott & Beiston sold to Sir W.C. by Sir Thomas Humfrey, 14 July 1621.
AND Manor of Nethercott, Leics. & all its lands in N. & Nowton, sold by Sir T.H. to W.C., 22 Nov. 1611
AND Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics & the lands called Highfield, & all appts in E. and Erleahilton sold by Sir John Harrington to W.C. 25 May 1611
AND Lands in Barton Seagrave, Northants. als Handred sold by Sir Leroys Pemberton & others for Nat. Humfrey to W.C.
1 July 1623 or 7 Dec. 1624.
AND All the tenements in Idle Alley & in other parts of parish of St. George the Martyr, Southwark, devised to Sir W.C. by his father by his will.
AND all other lands awarded to (2), of Sir William C., by the award of Thomas, Lord Coventry, Lord Keeper, dated 25 July (1628).
(2) With consent of (1) to (3) for 60 years if (2) should so long live, (3) to be her Trustees.
5 sigs of (1) & (3).

[no title]  C 3249  10 April 1682

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Mortgage
(1) Michael WRIGHTSON of Clements Inn, Gent. m/sex. John Onebye of Barwell, Leics, gent.
(2) Mary CATESBYE of parish of St Clement Danes, M/sex, Spinster
(3) Mary, Lady DOWAGER WILLOUGHBY, widow of Charles Ld. W. of Parham, decd.
For £1000 (2) to (3)
& 5/- (2) to (1).
Of moiety of ½ of Manor of Ruaith, Lines.
& Advowson of Rectory A Church of Ruaith,
& of Ruaith Park, and moiety of all lands
& appts. in R. which lands are vested in (1)
For the residue of a 500 year term (originally mortgaged in an Ind. 10 March (1662) between (1) Francis Lord W, & William Willoughby; (2) Sir Abrham Cullen of East Sheen, Surrey, & William Rushont of London, (2) Judith Tryon, widow of Peter Tryon of Harringworth for 300 yrs (1) & (3) to (2).
@ peppercorn.
3 Sigs (1) & (3).

[no title]  C 3250  3 April 1785

Paper.

Contents:
Notice of a Vestry Meeting to be held at 6 pm on 4 April 1785 of Parish of Rowell, re hiring houses to lodge & employ the poor seeking relief.
Signed: Sam. Hafford.
E.

[no title]  C 3251  20 November 1657

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN, Brien COKAYNE his son & heir Sir William FARMOR of Easton Neston, Bart Thomas COKAYNE of London, Merchant.
(2) Thomas CHARNELLS of Snareston, Leics. gent.
For £1083 (2) to B.C. & 5/- (2) to Ld.C, T.C, W.F,
Of 4 closes = 84 A, called the Netherfields (3) & Pyckards (1) in Swepston, Leics. and 8 A, Smithten meadow, & Grove from meadow in S.; & 16 A, the Mill meadow in S.;
(1) To (2) for ever.
Some exceptions made.
Sig of (2) Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3252  6 October 1785

Sigs & seals all parties. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) George HILL of Rowell, Serjeant at Law
(2) William SHORTLAND
Daniel DAULBY
Joseph VIALLS
Thomas FREEMAN Churchwardens of Rowell
Benjamin VIALLS
Thomas NUTT Overseers of the Poor of Rowell
Of Dwelling house in Rowell formerly an Inn called the Boot & Crown, but now a private house; A Shoemakers shop, as was, adjoining; Also several new erected on part of the ground of the said premises.
For 21 yrs @ £16 p.a.

[no title]  C 3253  6 October 1784

Sig & seals (1) & (2); Paper.

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) George HILL of Rowell, Sejeant at Law.
To (2) William Palmer TONGUE of Rowell, Baker
Of Capital messuage in (2)'s occ; 4 small tenements adjoining in (2)'s or his undertenants occ., Woodford Piece = 8 A, 3 R, 31 P; 1½ Yardlands belonging to the cap. mess.; 2 yardlands in the open fields, part of 4 YLs belonging to Edw. Stevens decd; 3½ YLs in open fields late of Richard Coles; ½ YL in Wood Field & Kipton field usually taken with the 3½ YLs before
For 21 yrs @ £114-10. p.a. and £5 per acre of meadow or pasture demised above that is ploughed.
E.

[no title]  C 3254  21 January 1593

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Lease for 3 lives
(1) Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Esq. & Mary, his wife
(2) William BALLARDE of Newtone Nethercote, Leics, husbandman; & Thomas his son, for £26-13-4 (2) to (1)
Of messuage where (2) lives in Newtone Nethercote
For the term of (2)'s lives and of a wife Thomas may marry within 2 years @ 20/- p.a.
2 marks.

[no title]  C 3255  25 July 1653

Contents:
Lease for 2 lives
(1) Charles COKAYNE of Rushton
(2) William WATHAM of Swepston, Leics, Blacksmith & Ann his wife
Of house in Swepston on the Lords Wast where (2) live; the garden & fruit trees, with the Kitchen, Smithy, shop etc.
For the life of the longer liver of (2) for 2 fatt capons, & shoeing all horses etc of (1)
Mark of A.E. (W.W. torn off). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3256  6 May 1591

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Thomas DOCWRA of Putteredge, Offley, Herts. Esq.
(2) William COKAYNE the elder, cit. & skinner of London
Of Great messuage - with all cellars, rooms etc, & gardens, in Parish of St. Peter the Poore, London, in (2)'s occ.
For 21 yrs @ £15-10. & £34-10.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3257  26 September 1576

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Lease
(1) Peter COTTYE of London, gent.
To (2) William TIPPER cit. grocer of London
Of messuage with Kitchen, hall & parlour, on one floor; a cellar underneath the hall & parlour; 3 chambers above the K., h., & p.; & the garrett above the chambers. (reserving to Thomas Docwra of Putteridge the stable with a hay loft over it which is part of the tenement on the East side). The mess. is. in Broadstreet in parish of St. Peter the Poor, & is parcel of a great messuage which John Hales granted to Thomas Docwra, Robert Bele, gent, Robert Clarke, Draper of London.
Originally leased by TD to (1), as late servant of John Hales, 29 Dec. 1572.
For remainder of 50 yrs for 20 marks
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 3258  19 June 1580

Sig torn off.

Contents:
Writing. Assignment of Term of Years
(1) Merable BURDE, daughter of Wm. B. of London, Esq.
To (2) Katheryn BURDE, her sister
Of a tenement late a stable and hay loft, in Broad Street, in parish of St. Peter the Poore, London; parcel of the Great messuage where John Hales decd lived (which was bought by John Taylor & William Burde of Thomas Docwra. Esq)
Leased to (1) by John Taylor, cit. & haberdasher 16 March (1578).
(1) To (2) for remainder of 96 yrs.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3259  11 December 1615

Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Lease
(1) John MAUNSELL of London, Esq.
(2) John KIRWOOD of Lower Letton, Heref. gent.
Of site of the manor of Overletton, Heref.,
(i) & house called the "Court House" in OL & all other houses etc. late inheritance of Sir Humfrey Baskervile, Kt.
(ii) & so much of the Manor of Overletton & lands etc which (2) bought as inheritance of John Tompkins of Mornington, Heref. Esq. 8 November (1614)
AND 2 tenements, 3 orchards - 4 Acres;
(iii) ½ A pasture & 2 A. meadow in Letton, bought by (2) of Sir H.B.
AND moiety of manor of Brobery, Heref.
(iv) & lands, late of Walter Blunte in B. belonging to (1).
And all other lands in B., Stanton upon
(v) Wye & Lettong which (1) has by lease from (2)
(1) To (2) of (i) - (iii) for 98 yrs 11 months
& (iv) - (v) for 20 yrs 11 months.
@ £37 - 10 for 6 years
£50 for 5 years
£12 - 10 on November next after the 5 yrs shall end.
= £100.
1 mark (2)

[no title]  C 3260  25 April 1612

Sigs & Seals torn off.

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) John MAUNSELL of New Wynsor, Berks, Esq.
Richard MAUNSELL, of Middle Temple, London, Esqrs.
Samuel MAUNSELL, of Middle Temple, London, Esqrs.
Raphe MAUNSELL - of City of London gent.
To (2) William BARNES of Kislingbury, husbandman
For £45 (2) to J.M. & 6d. (2) to Ric. M., S.M. & R.M.
Of messuage in Kislingbury in the occ. of (2) and 1 YL. in fields of K.
(See terrier C 3261) being part of 2½ YLs in K. in (2)'s occupation
(1) To (2) for ever.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3261  April 1612

Contents:
Terrier of Land in Kislingbury
Formerly attached to previous deed C 3260.
Sold by Maunsells (various) to William Barnes of Kislingbury. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3262  10 January 1613

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) John MAUNSELL of New Wynsor, Berks, Esq.
Richard MAUNSELL
Samuel MAUNSELL
Raphe MAUNSELL of Middle Temple, London, Esqs. of city of London, gent
To (2) Robert CHAPMAN of Kislingbury, husbandman
For money unspecified
Of South part of the messuage in K. where (2) lives, as it is now divided, & the trees between the close to united to Henry Welch & the South part.... the whole lying between the Common field on the East & the Highewaye on the West.
And ½ Yardland in fields of K.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Schedule & Terrier of ½ YL. attached
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 3263  21 August 1621

Sig & seal apered (1). Paper.

Contents:
Apointment of Attorney
(1) John Maunsell of Middle Temple Es.
Of (2) Thomas Conney of London, mercer, and John Cradocke, servant of J.M.
As attorneys to collect 1 quarters rent from Sir John Townesend Kt, & Robt. Townesend Esq. due on lands (unspecified ) in Herefordshire, leased (1) to JT & RT 20 Ap. 1619
E.
With memo that J.C. demanded the rent.

[no title]  C 3264  15 February 1628

Contents:
Deed Poll: Quit Claim: ? Rough Draft.
(1) John Maunsell, of Lincolns Inne, M/sex, Esq. son & executor of John M. of New Windsor, Berks
To (2) Thomas Chambers
Of land called the Panok in Eardisly, Heref. in (2)'s occ.
(1) To (2) at request of Sir Humfrey Baskervile, of Eardisly, Heref.
No sig or seals etc. Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3265  16 December 1615

Parchment.

Contents:
Writing: Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir Humfrie Baskervile of Eardisley, Herefords, Kt.
To (2) John Maunsell of London, Esq.
For money unspecified
Of 50 timber trees in (1)'s great park in Earisley; and 1 boat and - thousand bricks to be delivered
(1) To (2).
No sigs, seals or witnesses

[no title]  C 3266  circa 1588

Contents:
Scrap of dirty Paper with note: excepting 1 recognisance of c£300-400 made to John Greene of London, which has been already discharged by John Greene.

[no title]  C 3267  Between 1621-1625

Paper.

Contents:
Petition:
(1) John DUPPA of Eardsly, Heref. gent
To John, BISHOP of LINCOLN, Lord Keeper.
To confirm (1)'s title to 1 mess. & garden etc in E., & lands called the Channell, Church, Baggesley, Sheppcrofte, Little Pickes, Huchins land, & tompe Lensowe Closes in E. which were once in demesne of Sir Humfry Baskervile & conveyed by various conveyances to (1)'s father, John Maunsell & Sir John Townesend.
This really concerns the reversion
Annotated in different hand.
E.

[no title]  C 3268  10 January 1625 (? 1626)

Contents:
Accounts:
Of Nethercote, Swepston, Leics.
(i) Received on last year's debt;
(ii) Lady Day & Michaelmas rents
(iii) Debs owing
(iv) Money paid
In (ii) some field names given.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3269  Michaelmas 1620

Paper

Contents:
A Note of all Nethercote rents.
Mainly just names & amounts - few field names.
Note of rents to come, & a new lease to be made
Written by Thomas HUMPHREY

[no title]  C 3270  Undated circa 1620

Contents:
"A Particular of all my groundes in Swepston" - being of Thomas Humphreys.
Lands described with tenants names and rents - also house in the town, the parsonage & manor
Some, if not all, written by T.H.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3271  Undated Before 1626

Contents:
Notes of rents, and debts in Swepston or Nethercote, Leics.
(Sir Wm. Cokaine mentioned as answering for the Glebe).
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3272  6 July 1621

Contents:
(i) Estimate of land in Swepston that are now out of lease, & in hands of Sir Thomas Humfrey
(ii) Lands & rents in S. under leases for lives.
(iii) Lands under leases for lives & years in Nethercote
(iv) Rent of Sir T.H. from lands & tenements in Swepston.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3273  January 1611 (1612)

Paper.

Contents:
Survey of Newton & Nethercote in Parish of Swepston, Leics. (of land in Open fields only). which was done about 16 or 18 years since by me, Thomas Henchman.
Comprises: Long Londe Field, Catterfield whyt mill field.
(Inside is a measured drawing & numerous sums).
Heading, date & some sums in different ink to the survey & drawing.
Survey ? date.

[no title]  C 3274  Undated circa 1620

Parchment.

Contents:
Schedule of Leases that are to be excepted in Nethercote & Swepston
Should be attached to a deed.
E.

[no title]  C 3275  1 July 1630

Contents:
Writing: Authority to Perform Covenants
(1) Lady Mary COKAYNE of London, widow & executive of Sir Wm. Cokayne, decd.
To (2) William COKAYNE
Mathew CRADOCKE
Jacob PRICE
To perform agreements, as her trustees, which she made with Charles COKAYNE, her son, re lease & rents in Swepston, Newton & Nethercote, Leics; & Denchworth, Circott & Hyde, Berks; Elmesthorpe Leics; & Barton Seagrave (saving 56 A. in BS. called Southfield Tillage)
Which (1) conveyed to (2) as her trustees by deed of even date.
Sig of (1). Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3276  4 April 1573

1 seal: death's head inscribed "Memento Morte"
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Indented Writing: Bargain & Sale.
(1) Thomas DOCWRA of Puttrige, Herts. Esq.
To (2) William BURDE, mercer
John TAYLOR, haberdasher citizens of London
Of Capital messuage or mansion house in Brodestrete in parish of St Peter le Poore, where John Hales, Esq. lived. with one other tenement & stable also of J.H. adjoining the Cap. mess. with all other appts.
(1) To (2) for ever.
2 sigs (2)
Pt.

[no title]  C 3277  20 May 1606

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Defeasance
(1) William COKAYNE, cit. & skinner of London
(2) Richard COKAYNE, cit. & Skinner of L.
For £800, & £150 (2) to (1) & for
Performance of agreements in a bargain & sale (2) to (1) 15 May 1606 of Statute Staple Recognisance of 20 Dec. 1605 (2) to (1) in £1600.
Sig (2).

[no title]  C 3278  Undated circa 1600
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Fines on 3 Leics. Manors, extracted
By W. Fanshawe, Auditor of Duchy of Lancaster from Book of Knights fees & fines for homage
From the Honor of Tutbury done 25 June 1574.
Fee of John HASTANG in Swepston, Cungeston, & Broughton - all 6/8.
Sig of W.F. Pt.

[no title]  C 3279  19 May 1588

Contents:
Ind: Assignment of a Debt.
(1) Thomas DOCWRA of Puttridge, Herts. Esq, executor of John Hales decd.
To (2) William GODDARD of Middle Temple, gent.
For assurance by Tymothe Dormer of Barton, Oxon. gent to (1) of all his (T.D's) right in 1 Capital messuage in Breadstreete, now or late in tenure of William Cokayne, with 2 other tenements in Breadstreete
(1) Assigns to (2) the obligation of 7 April (1546) whereby John Maynarde, citizen & mercer of London, was bound to John Hales late of London Esq.
In £400.
(1) Also appoints (2) his attorney to receive the £400 from J. Maynarde, for 3 yrs.
Sig of (2)
Witnesses include T.D. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3280  Undated late XVI Century

Paper

Contents:
Extract from Register of P.C.C. - extract from Will of Sir William Fitzwilliam
(Fitzwilliam) the elder of Mylton, deed made 27 June 1533.
Bequest of his mansion dwelling house with the garden & appts in "The parish of St. Peter in ( Brodstreete )
( Bredstreete )
In London "... to the use and behoofe of Christopher Fitzwilliam, his 3rd son. then, always in default of heirs male to William F. the younger, Richard, Francis & Thomas F, his 1st 2nd. 4th & 5th sons.
Endorsed: Mr. Dokewray versus Brian Fitzwilliam.

[no title]  C 3281  25 July 1628

Parchment.

Contents:
Indented Writing: Award of Disputed Lands.
(1) Thomas LORD COVENTRY, Lord Keeper.
To (2) Dame Mary COKAYNE, widow of Sir William C. Alderman, deed.
(3) Charles COKAYNE, Esq. her son & heir of lands of the late Sir W.C. certified to be worth £4527 p.a. to each according to schedules annexed.
(i) To (2): the Broadstreet mansion manor of Combe Nevill, Surrey & its lands; manor of Denchworth, Circott in Berks manor of Swepston, Leics, Elmesthorpe, Leics;
Land in Barton Seagrave; Earle-Shelton, Leics, & moiety of land in parishes of Well, Welney, Upwell & Outwell, Norfolk, Value: £2261
(ii) To (3): - Houses in Southwarke;
Manors of Rushton & Barford, Northants lands in Overstone; Manor of Isham; Baltsaddle lands in Orlingbury & Pitchley; land in Picheley; Manors of Hanging Grimston, Kirby Underdale, Painsthropp, Uncleby & Garwarby, Yorks; lands in St Helen Auckland, Co. Durham, Ecclesiastical lands in Engl. & Wales bought from Francis Morrice & Fra. Phillipps. Other moiety of Norfolk lands. Value £2266
All lands of late Sir W.C.
Sig of (1).
E.

[no title]  C 3282  11 July 1532

Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification: Common Recovery
(1) Thomas VAUS, LD HARROWDEN
Richard KNIGHTLEY. Esq.
Thomas ANDREWS. Esq.
Robert MULSHO. gent
Valentine KNIGHTLEY, gent.
John PERCELL gent demandants
(2) John SHURLEY & Margery his wife - tenants in fee
(3) Thomas CHAPMAN - Tenant in Tail of 4 messuages, 200 A. land, 40 A. meadow, 60 A. pasture, 10 A. wood & 10/- rents in Newton & Nethercote in parish of Swepston.

[no title]  C 3283  24 April 1604

Contents:
Ind: Bargain & Sale
(1) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston. Leics. Kt.
(2) Edward MEREDYTH draper of London
John MEREDYTH. haberdahser of London
For £356-10.
Of messuage with 2 Yardlands = 40 A, in Nethercote in Thos. Ballards occ. & a mess, with 2 YLs in Nethercote in the occ. of William Dudley in N.
& 3 YLs = 60 A. in occ. of Richard Dudley of Swepston; 2½ YLs = 50 A. in occ. of William Chiswell; 2 YLs 40 A. in N. in occ. of James Hayes; 1 Yl = 20 A. in H. in occ. of John Dudley or John Belfield; Cottage with 5 A. in occ. of Thomas Hutchins; 140 A. Netherfield pasture in Swepston = 395 Acres
(1) To (2) for ever.
Endorsed with enrolment in Chancery.
Sig (1). Pt.

[no title]  C 3284  June 1595

Contents:
Copy: Probate of Will of Christopher Fitzwilliam of Ore, (Chichester diocese) Sussex
His heir being his cousin, Richard
Sackevilo Esq.
Will dated 27 Nov. 1543
Proved 28 Feb. (1544).

[no title]  C 3285  19 April 1694

Sig & seal T.P. Parchment.

Contents:
Writing. Indenture of Award
(1) Francis LANE of Glendon Esq. being the arbitrator orders Edward HILL for himself, esq.
(2) Nathaniel Hill, gent, William St evens Thomas Shortland. & Christopher Mold all of Rowell, & Ralph Palmer of Orton to pay £16 & £35.
(3) To Thomas Ponder of Rowell. tenant to the governor of Jesus Hospital, Rowell for the Tithes of Orton, due for 1690-92 inclusive, over which there is a suit pending between (3). & (2).
Endorsed 30 May 1694. Thomas P's. receipt for £51.

[no title]  C 3286  13 April 1606

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston & Lady Mary his wife
(2) Nicholas BALLARB of S. yeoman, Anne PEARSON of S.
Of 1 messuage & a garden with a pear growing on it in S. in occ. of (1) or his tenants.
And another messuage adjoining it in the occ. of William Boyer & one close in occ. of William Chiswell. & another close in the corner of the heathfield
For 60 yrs @ 10/- if they shall live so long.
2 marks of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3287  6 August 1600

Contents:
Ind. Lease for 2 lives
(1) Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Esq..
(2) William TAILER of London, yeoman & Ellin TAILOR, his mother.
Of messuage between Newton & Nethercote when Edward T, (2)'s father, lives.
And also Heardman Close adjoining a lane of Common ground
For 2 lives of (2) @ 24/- p.a.
2 marks (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3288  7 April 1546

Sig & seal torn off. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Bargain & Sale
(1) John MAYNERDS, cit. & mercer of London
(2) John HALES of London. gent.
For £373-6-8 (2) to (1)
Of a great Messuage & a tenement adjoining in Brodestrete, parish of St Peter the Poore, in the occ. of William WATSON, Draper of London, & James TOWNE, clothworker.
The g. mess, were formerly the property of Sir Michaell Dormer, Alderman, deed.& left by him to John D, his son, mercer, from whom (1) purchased it.
(1) To (2) for ever.

[no title]  C 3289  28 June 1649

Contents:
Writing: Quit Claim
(1) Sir Thomas FANSHAWE of Ware Park Herts. KB.
(2) John SMITH of Highgate, M/sex. esq. Administrator of goods of Henry Fanshawe, son of Sir T.P. deed.
To (3)- Charles LORD CULLEN
(2) At request of (1) to (3) of all right & claim to:-
Great messuage adjoining to Warwick Inne & several other tenements demised by Dean & Chapter of St. Paules Cathedral to (1) for 40 yrs in trust for Dame Eliz. P. (1)'s mother, the to (1) for his wife, then to (1)'s first son, (now deed.) 26 Sept. 1629.
For residue of 40 yrs.
2 sigs (1) & (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3290  17 July 1617

Contents:
Ind: Defeasance
(1) Sir William COKAINE, Kt & Alderman
(2) Sir George HYDE of Kingston Lisly, Berks. Kt. of £2200-0-0. (2) to (1).
On a Statute Staple recognisance 17 July 1617, (2) to (1) in £4000.
Sig (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3291  10 April 1624

Parchment.

Contents:
? Mortgage in Fee
Provisional Bargain & Sale. Ind.
(1) Sir John BOURCHIER of London. Kt. Thomas JONES of London, merchant
(2) Thomas STILE of London, merchant for £1000 (2) to Sir J.B.
Of 133 fatts (sic) of pott ashes weighing 1273 quarters 8 lbs at 16/- per hundred (1) to (2) for ever
But if Sir J.B. pays to (2) £1016-13-4 then this sale to be void.
2 sigs of (1).

[no title]  C 3292  20 October 1600

Sig & Seal (1).

Contents:
Ind. Conveyances
(1) Nicholas BEALE, clerk, parson of Swepston Leics.
(2) Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Esq.
For performance of an award made by Henry Beamonte of Coleorton, Leics, Esq 30 Oct 1599 between (1) & (2)
Of all glebe lands belonging to S. parsonage, (excepting & reserving to (1) all tithes as mentioned in the annexed Schedule)
(1) To (2) for 60 yrs @ ld p.a.
AND (2) to (1): his land in Cabbage Close, & Newton Slade; his land in Woodman hedge Close, & Dewis Clarks & Ballards Closes in Newton in the parish of Swepston.
For 60 yrs @ £3-6-8
Annexed = Schedule of lands.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3293  3 September 1575

Sig of (1) torn off. Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Quit Claim
(1) William BURDE, cit. & mercer of London
To (2) John TAILOR, cit. & haberdasher of London
For £250 (2) to (1)
Of all his claim & rights in the great mess. in Brodestrete in parish of St Peter the Poor, where John Hales, deed. lately lived.
Also in one tenement & stable adjoining the mess. & also of John Hales

[no title]  C 3294  26 March 1701

Contents:
Ind: Release of Quit Claim of Lease
(1) Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Esq.
(2) Richard DUDLEY of Swepston, yeoman
For money unspecified
Of lease (1) to (2) 10 December 1587 of: the Broomey Close in Nethercote
For 30 yrs @ 1d.
Sigs torn off. Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3295  19 November 1657

Contents:
Lease for 1 Year
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Brien COKAYNE, his son & heir Esq. Sir William FARMOR of Easton Neston, Bt. Thomas COCKAYNE of London, merchant
(2) Thomas CHARNELLS of Snoreston, Leics, gent.
For 10/- (2) to (1)
Of 4 closes in Swepston: = 84 A. called the Netherfields, (2); Snowan close & Ryckard's meadow; 2 closes = 8 A. called Smythefen & Cronethorne meadow
For 1 yr.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3296  10 May 1615

Contents:
Indenture Lease.
(1) John KIRWOOD of Letton, Heref. yeoman
To (2) John MAUNSELL of London Esq.
For money unspecified.
Of moiety of manor of Brobery, Heref. & all its appts.
For 21 yrs @ 1/- p.a.
Mark of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3297  1 May 1705

2 seals. Parchment.

Contents:
Ind: Marriage Settlement
(1) Edward HILL of Rowell, Esq.
(2) Nathaniel HILL of Waddington, Lincs. clerk, (1)'s 2nd son
(3) Stephen LODDINGTON of Lincoln, gent. & Elizabeth LODDINGTON, spinster, his d.
(4) William AMBLER of Spalding Lincs. Esq Edmund HARRIS of Kerton Holme, Holland Lincs, gent.
For marriage of (2) & (3) & her jointure of Daviess farm with 3 YL in Rowell in occ. of Daniel Daulby; another mess. with 3 YLs in occ. of William Dobbs. mess. in Rowell in occ. of John Driver the younger with 1½ & 1/6 YLs.
(1) To S.L. & (4) for ever on trusts specified.
3 sigs (1) (2) & (3)

[no title]  C 3298  12 February 1613 (1614)

Sig & Seal torn off

Contents:
Ind: Lease with Provisory Clause
(1) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London
(2) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Kt.
Of 30 A Hall orchard; 55 A the Middle Field; 25 A. the Date field; 16 A Gorstie Closes; 30 A. Fleete lands; 90 acres Catto = arable; 15 A. Goldesborough (arable); 5 A. Hether nooke (arable) = 266 acres in Swepston.
For 20 years
For £528, to be paid 15 February 1614 (1615)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3299  14 October 1657

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Brian COKAYNE, his son & heir Esq. Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bart. Thomas COKAYNE of London, merchant
(2) Henrie DUDLEY of Swepston, Leics. yeom.
For £453. (2) to B.C. & 5/- (2) to Ld. C.
Of messuage with 3 A. in (2)'s occ. in Swepston - 20 A. Stonylands Close;
32 A. Oate Close or Crowthorne Close; 15 A. Goffey Closes; 5 A. meadow - part of Pickards meadow; 11 A. Churchfield Close - all in (2)'s tenure.
Part of a mess. & backside & half of barn adjoining, in tenure of Margaret Dubley, & 6 A. of Churchfield Close.
A few exceptions in favour of B.C.
Sig of (2).

[no title]  C 3300  1 December 1604

Contents:
Ind: Bargain and Sale
(1) Edwarde MEREDITH, draper
John MEREDITH, haberdasher citizens of London
(2) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics.
For £300.
Of all (1)'s messuages, lands etc. in Swepston, Newton & Nethercote, Leics. detailed in Ind. of Bargain & Sale of 24 April 1603 (2) to (1).
(1) To (2) for ever.
Endorsed with enrolment in Chancery.
2 sigs (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3301  2 May 1616

Contents:
Indenture Defeasance
(1) William COKAINE, cit. & Alderman of London
To (2) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics.
For Recognisance of Statute Staple of 2 May 1616 in £1400.
Of 30 A. Oate close & other pieces of land detailed in Ind. of 23 June 1615.
That (1) shall occupy lands freely for term of 24 yrs.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3302  20 November 1657

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN
Brian COKAYNE Esq. his son & heir Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bart. Thomas COKAYNE of London, merchant
(2) Thomas DUDLEY of Swepston,Leics. gent.
For £680 (2) to B.C. & 5/- (2) to Ld. C. Sir W.C. & T.C.
Of 26 A. Netherfield in Swepston; the lane leading from S. to Meysham Colepitts in (2)'s occ. 3A. the Bull piece in occ. of Robert Marriott; 26 A. Heath Tofts
(1) To (20 for ever.
All in Swepston.
Sig of (2)

[no title]  C 3303  18 September 1587

Contents:
Ind. Bargain & Sale
(1) Humfrey KNIGHT of Ather, Warws. yeom.
To (2) Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Esq.
For £10 (2) to (1).
Of site of the Chappell of St. Paule in Newton Nethercote on parcel of ground called Newton Grene, 60' x 60' ; & a parcel of swerde ground called Paules Pell situated in Cattofield; & several other pieces of land, (no field names but positions described); and 4 roods of meadow in the water meadow
(1) To (2) for ever.
Sig of (1). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3304  5 April 1785

Paper.

Contents:
Copy of Memo. of Agreement
(1) Parishioners of Rowell, als Rothwell,
(2) To Churchwardens & Overseers of Poor of R.
That (2) may lease houses of late John Carter of R. (in addition to existing buildings) for the poor
16 Sigs (copies). E.

[no title]  C 3305  19 April 1785

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: Benj. Vialls, Rowell, to Mr. Serjeant Hill. Lincolns Inn, London
Request for Order to Mr. Cook to provide money for building, for the Parish, & at the Parish's request.

[no title]  C 3306  ? April 1784

Contents:
Some rough accounts
Money recd. from G. Hill, and paid out in Purchase money
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3307  21 May 1785

Contents:
Letter: James M. Roberts, Kettering to: Mr. Serjeant Hill, Lincolns Inn
Re execution of Conveyance by James Nutt½
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3308  3 April 1785

Contents:
Letter G. Hill, Rowell to Mr. Roberts, Attorney at Law, Kettering
Re securities, & buying an estate in mortgage for the Parish.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3309  21 March 1544

Sig & Seal (1). A Cinque foil. Parchment.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Writing
(1) Sir William FITZWILLIAM of Mylton to (2) Sir Michael DORMER, citizen and Alderman of London
Of his mansion messuage & tenement with gardens, shops, cellars etc. in Brodestrete in parish of St Peter le Poore, London, in occ. now or lately of Robert Palmer, cit & mercer of L.
(1) To (2) for ever.
Endorsed with names of 5 witnesses present when possession was taken.

[no title]  C 3310  25 November 1611

Contents:
Indenture Lease (with Proviso)
(1) William COKAINE, cit & Alderman of London
(2) Sir Thomas HUMFREY of Swepston, Leics. Kt.
Of 140 A. Netherfield Close; 4 A. the Mill meadow; & the Long meadow of which (2) is in occ. & (1) holds for a term of years granted to him by (2) 23 Nov. 1611. All in Swepston for 60 yrs if Dame Mary H. (2)'s wife shall so long live.
But if, after (2)'s decease, Dame Mary shall recover, for dower, against (1) lands in Newton & Nethercote, lately bought by (1) from (2),
Then (1) shall have right to reenter these lands.
Sig (2). Pt.

[no title]  C 3311  23 April 1622

Sig & seal (2)

Contents:
Indenture Lease
(1) Sir William COKAYNE, cit. & Alderman
(2) Arthur HODILOWE of Grafton Underwood
Of meadow called the actefield / artef., Netherfield, Mylne meadows or Longe meadows, Quarryfield psture, 2 Gorssey closes, the Bigger and Lesser Toftes, the Heath close and the Cattoe closes, & Goldsworth or Goldesborrowe close. All in Swepston, Leics. & in the manor of S. & lately in the tenure of Sir Thomas Humphrey of S.
For 11 yrs @ £225.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3312  3 May 1532

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Conveyance
(1) John SHURLEY of Theydon Hall, Essex. Esq.
(2) Richard HUMFRAYE of Barton, Northants. Esq.
(1) To (2) All his lands & mess. in Nethercote & Newton Burgulond in parish of Swepston, Leics. for ever
For £110 (2) to (1), and 20 marks p.a.
(1) To (2) on a recognisance of 300 marks of 2 May 1532.
Sig of (1).

[no title]  C 3313  14 October 1657

Contents:
Indenture: Release
(1) Charles LORD CULLEN, Brian COKAYNE, Esq, his son & heir Sir William FARMOR of East Neston, Bt. Thomas COKAYNE of London, merchant
(2) Richard DUDLEY the elder of Swepston Leics. gent.
For £665 (2) to B.C. & 5/- (2) to Lord C.
Sir W.F. & T.C.
Of Mansion house & all appts. in Swepston in occ. of (2).
3 closes of pasture = Hempe, Hurdlevell & New Closes = 25 A; 20 A - long meadow; 22 acres Wheathill; 100 A - Upper, & part of lower Heathfield & little Tafte;
All in tenure of (2) = 157 Acres
(1) To (2) for ever
Excepting a lease for 3 lives to Bathsheba, (2)'s wife & Richard & William - their 2 sons.
Sig of (2). Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3314  4 June 1680

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Margaret BROOKE of Gt. Oakley, widow of Thos. B. decd, Esq.
(2) Arthur BROOKE of Gt. Oakley, Esq. son of (1)
(3) William WHEELOWES of Gayton Esq. & Dorothy, his wife
(4) Robert MAUNSELL of Thorpe Malsor Esq.
Thomas LEIGH of Bishops Stortford, Herts. Clerk.
For settling of the estate of TB, decd. & payment of his legacies, & for 5/- (4) to (1).
Of 5 closes in Gt. Oakley called Thorney Closes, & Benty Coppy, 3 closes called Cottiers Closes, Oakley Close & meadow, upper part of Holme Close
(1) To (4) on trusts specified
But if (2) does not pay of the legacies & debts within 7 years, then (4) may sell the land herein to do so.
½ sig of (3) & sig R.M.
Enclosed is schedule of debts & legacies = £2420 & 2 annuities of £40 p.a. & £20 p.a.
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3315  4 April 1759

4 sigs & seals. (1) (2) & (3)

Contents:
Indenture Release
(1) Rev. Edward YARDLEY, Archdeacon of Cardigan.
(2) Wheelowes, otherwise Wheeler, BROOKE of Gt. Oakley, Esq.
(3) Rev. Charles JACKSON of Bedford, clerk & Margaretta, his wife
(4) Thomas MEDLYCOTT of Cottingham Esq.
For £1326 (4) to (1) at the apptmt of (3) & (2), and for £866 (4) to (2), being in total the full consideration money, of £2192.
Of Farmhouse & lodge called Goodmans Lodge in Great Oakley, & the 5 Thorney Closes, = 130 A. in occ. of (2) & Edward Norwood, & the Tithes arising from them
(1) At direction of (2) & (3) to (4) for ever
Covenant to levy a fine
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3316 (a) & (b)  1759

Parchment.

Contents:
Fine & Counterpart
Thomas Medlycott Esq - plt.
Wheelowes, otherwise Wheeler Brooke Esq. defc.
1 messuage 75 acres land, 40 A. meadow, 407 A. pasture, 40 A. furze & heath & common for all cattle in Great Oakley & Rockingham Forest & all tithes arising yearly.
£520 T.M. to W.B.

[no title]  C 3317  3 April 1759


Related information: (cf C 3315).

Contents:
Ind. Lease for One Year
(1) Rev. Edw. Yardley, Archd. of Cardigan & Wheelowes Brooke of Gt. Oakley Esq.
To (2) Thomas Medlycott of Cottingham Esq.
For 5/-
Of Goodmans Lodge or Snachill Lodge & 130 A = Thorney Closes.
2 sigs (1). Pt.

[no title]  C 3318  21 July 1674

Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Assignment of Lease
(1) Sir Richard RAYNSFORD, a Justice of the Kings Bench
Henry HEMINGTON of Slipton, yeoman
To (2) Christopher BONHAM of Brackley, yeom.
For £250 (2) to Sir R R & £90 to H H.
Of messuage house in Sudborowe, Northants. (where HH used to live) & 3 closes = Snakewell, Redwell & Flemings & a cottage = 20 A. 4 Poles, and 27 A, 2 roods & 20 poles in the Common fields belonging to the mess.
The Mill, millholmes & Mill close in S = 3 R, 3 P.; 3 cottages belonging to Worley's farm with 3 roods; 26 A, 1 R, 3 P. of Oldfield close (arable) which were leased by Henry, Earl of Peterboro' to H.H. 30 Oct. 1673, & transferred by H.H. to Sir R.R. 19 April 1674.
For residue of 21 yrs @ £46 p.a. payable at 2 terms.
Mark of (2).

[no title]  C 3319  5 April 1759

seals (1) & (2)

Contents:
Ind: Grant for Security
(1) Wheelowes, otherwise Wheeler, BROOKE of Great Oakley, Esq.
(2) Thomas MEDLYCOTT of Cottingham, Esq.
(3) William HANBURY of Kelmarsh, Esq.
For the further security of (2) & for 10/- (3) to (1) (for security of:
Goodmans, or Snatchill Lodge, the 5 Thorney closes, & the Tithes arising from them.
AND a Sheepwalk in 6th Thorney close; 20 A = 6th Thorney Close; 20 a. in parish fields; 40 A. = Oakley Close & meadow; 80 A = 2 closes: largest Cockerwood & Great Benty; 20 A. Robinsons close; 36 A - middle & lesser Cockerwood; & all the Tithes)
Of farmhouse & land let to Jos. Wright at £51-3-9 p.a.; 6 YLs & 1/8 YL to JW. at £45-2-3; 4½ YLs let to Robt. Wright at £29-5-9; farmhouse 5 YLs 11/8 YL. Let to Geo. Gascoigne at £52-13; farmhouse & land let to Thos. Cooper @ £71-2-7; farmhouse 5 YLs & 1/8 YL let to John Lewin @ £35-6-6; farmhouse & land of William Collis @ £33-7-6; farmhouse & 5 YLs let to Jonath. Moore @ £37-2-9; Cottage & land let to Jos. Smith @ £2; Cott, & land let to Jerem. Clitherow @ £2-10; land of Isaac Knibbs @ £22-18-9; farmh. & land of John Serjeant @ £21-12-9; Cott. & land of Sam. Gascoigne @ £8-2-3. Cott. of Rev. Mr. Dent @ £2-10; cott of Robt Wright @ £3; Cott & land of Will Fisher @ £8; Windmill & land of Joseph Darnell @ £5; (1)'s mansion house, 62 A. Oakley Wood in Rockingham forest, 39 cottages in G.O. & Manor of Great Oakley
(1) To (3) in trust for (2) for 2000 yrs.
2 sigs (3)
Pt. E.

[no title]  C 3320  5 April 1759

3 sigs & seals (1) (2) & (3). Parchment.

Contents:
Indenture Covenants & Agreements
(1) Wheelowes, als Wheeler, BROOKE, of Great Oakley, Esq.
(2) Thomas Cecil MAUNSELL of Thorpe.
Malsor, Esq.
(3) Richard SUPPLE of Gt. Oakley, Esq.
(4) Thomas MEDLYCOTT of Cottingham, Esq.
(1) & (2) covenant & agree with (4) to produce deeds, Lease & Release, of (i) 20 Jan 1756. to prove that the judgment of Edmund Sexton Pery & Silver Oliver against (1) for £6000 was intended only as security for £3000.
(ii) That (4) shall enjoy Goodmans Lodge, 5 Thorney Closes, Sheepwalk in 6th Thorney Close; Norwoods & Oakleu Closes, & O. Meadows, All the Cockerwoods, Gt. Benty Coppice, Robinsons Close, & all tithes as in Lease & Release of 3/4 April 1759.
(iii) (1) & (3) agree with (4) to produce deeds of 27 Nov. 1756 to prove that the judgment of George Loddington & Richard Tonson v (1) for £6000 was only intended to be security for £3000.
Indentures all recited

[no title]  C 3321  1916-1918

Contents:
19 Letters: H.R. Moulton, 5 Parkhill Richmond, Surrey
To: B.I. Cokayne, Exeter House, Roehampton
Mainly Jan-April 1916; 1 is 1917 & c 3 1918. All about deeds HRM has found & wants to sell to B.I.C.
re Cokaynes, Maunsells, Hills etc. etc.
HRMs business address =
58, Ludgate Hill, E.C.

[no title]  C 3322  circa XX Century

Contents:
Abstract of Deed of 8 Jan. 1342
By Brien Cokayne
Hugh le Maunsel of Chechele to John le Maunsel his son
Of 1 messuage & a ditch in Chichele.

[no title]  C 3323  XX Century

Contents:
Note of lease: Thomas Lenton, Abbot of monastery of blessed Lady, of Rothwell lets to Thomas Malyn of Rushton some property in Rushton @ £3-6-8 p.a.
26 Jan 28 Hen. VIII (1537).
By B.I.C.

[no title]  C 3324  XX Century

Paper.

Contents:
Small Pedigree:
Roger Cokayne of Badesley Ensor & his immediate descendants
c 1550 - c 1660.
Pencil by B.I.C.

[no title]  C 3325  1904

Contents:
Historical Manuscripts Commission
Report on MSS Vol III :
T.B. Clarke - Thornhill Esq.
Sir T. Barrett - lennard Bt.
Pelham R. Papillon Esq.
W. Cleverly Alexander Esq.

[no title]  C 3326  circa 1918

Contents:
Transcripts of 201 Maunsell Documents
- (Longhand)
Mainly medieval or Tudor.
A lot concerning Chichele, Bucks.
Transcribed by E.P. Statham, 14 Prince of Wales Mansions, Battersea, S.W.I.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3327  1917-1918

Contents:
4 Letters:
1917 2 from Herbert Moulton
58 Ludgate Hill, E.C.
& 5 Park Hill, Rochmond
re Maunsell transcripts
1918 2 from E.P. Statham
14 Prince of Wales Mansions, S.W.7.
re same, to Sir Brien Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3328  circa 1918

Contents:
Odd notes on Envelope backs.
Chronological list of the Maunsell deeds (transcribed C 3326)
1312 - 1692.
Noted by Sir B. Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3329  1 September 1818

Paper.

Contents:
Letter: J. West (? of Little Bowdon)
To: Miss Catherine Cockayne, Rushton Hall.
Family affairs & news.

[no title]  C 3330  early XIX Century circa 1807

Contents:
Small Pedigree:
Descent of Hon Wm. Cockayne, 1807 from Arthur Warren of Thorpe Arnold, 3 generations back.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3331  7 December 1915

Contents:
Letter: Frances A.E. Assheton Crantchester, Cambridge
To Mrs. Cokayne (probably Grace C, wife of B.I. Cokayne)
Thanks for sympathy.

[no title]  C 3332  1918

Contents:
Photostat of late c XIII c. Deed:
Gerard the Carpenter & Matilda of Riston to William, their eldest son
Of 1 acre in Riston, lying on Broforlong between lands of 'Dominus' Hugh de Goldingham, & the monks of Piwell paying during his father's lifetime 3d. at Easter, and a cock at Christmas, & after their death from the lord by customary services

[no title]  C 3333  February 1918

Contents:
Transcript & Translation of C 3332.
By E.P. Statham.
Also Covernote for this & C 3332 from Herbert Moulton.

[no title]  C 3334  June 1884

Paper.

Contents:
Sale Catalogue: Isham Manor Farm
Near Kettering
With PLAN.
Auctioneers: Farebrother, Ellis, Clark & Co.

[no title]  C 3335  XX Century

Contents:
Facsimile of Chirograph 11 Hen. 3.
& translation :
Stephen, Prior of Motesfunt' with Drogo de Frivil'
Of land in the manor of bertune.
An Advertisement
Done by H.R. Moulton, Richmond.

[no title]  C 3336  XX Century

Contents:
Epitomes of 2 Deeds :
(i) Quit Claim by John Mulso, Thomas Pevere & John Hervy, to Henry Prince of Wales, Robt. Bishop of London, John Cockayne & others
Of all rights in manor of Oxege Richard, Herts. 9 Nov. 1401.
(ii) Appointment of Attorney:
John Cokayne 1 uncle, Thomas Charleton & Roger de Horton
Of Roger & David de Holes to receive seisin of Manor of Exege Richard
30 Oct 1402.
From H.R. Moulton.

[no title]  C 3337  XX Century

Contents:
Epitome of Marriage Settlement
6 Nov. (1633)
(1) Sir Antony Drury of Besthorpe, Norf.
(2) Sir William Drury his son & heir
Mary Cokaine, eldest d. of William C. of London merchant
(3) William Cokaine of Rushton Esq.
(4) John Spelman of Narburgh, Norf. Esq.
Humphrey Rant of Yelverton, Norf. Esq.
For £3000 WC. to (1) & £140 p.a. jointure, to Bridget, (1)'s wife, of estate in Besthorpe, Old Buckenham Attilburgh, Wymondham, Hyngham & Deepham - partly freehold & part copyhold but too mixed to be distinguishable
For security of this (1) agrees to convey to (3) the manor of Besthorpe als. Cursons, & Plassinghall, in Attilburgh, Besthorpe & 2 parcels of manor of Chantlers als Chauntecleers in A.
To W.C. in trust for (1) & (2) etc.
From H.R. Moulton Richmond.

[no title]  C 3338  February 1919

Contents:
Letter from H.R. Moulton, 5 Park Hill, Richmond
Giving a list of Cokayne & Hill deeds ( - including the Jolles/Cokayne account Rolls).

[no title]  C 3339  1716

Printed. Paper.

Contents:
Account of Proceedings against Rebels & Prisoners Tried before L.C.J. Jefferies & other Judges in West of England, 1685 for taking arms under Monmouth.

[no title]  C 3340  XX Century

Contents:
Transcripts of Deeds in the Collection.
From H.R. Moulton.

[no title]  C 3341  30 September 1918

Contents:
Letter & Receipt from H.R. Moulton, 5 Park Hill, Richmond
To Sir Brien Cokayne
Remarks about where some of Cokayne Collection found.

[no title]  C 3342  Undated

2 good seals.

Contents:
Letter: Martha Yonge, Aldermanberry,
To Lady Cokayne, wife of Sir William
Asking her to employ a certain man as labourer.
Paper. E.

[no title]  C 3343  1918-1919

Contents:
Misc letters from Herbert R. Moulton, to Sir Brien Cokayne
re B C's Collection & deeds.

[no title]  C 3343  XX Century

Contents:
Epitomes of Various Rushton deeds - XVll C.
All in this collection.
And Covering letters from H.R. Moulton.

[no title]  C 3344  1797

Paper on linen. Coloured.

Contents:
Map: Estate of Charles Lord Cullen in Lordship of ISHAM
Field names & acreages given.
Advert for Sale April 1884 glued on
With note by George Edward Cokayne that Sir Wm. C. bought it in 1619.

[no title]  C 3345  1877-1878

Contents:
2 Letters: Thomas Collins, Builder
The Cross, Tewkesbury
To A.E. Cokayne, Congleton, Ches.
Agreeing to do restoration work in Ashbourne Church.

[no title]  C 3346  30 May 1877

Contents:
Letter: George Edward Cokayne, College of Arms
To A.E. Cokayne.
About restoring Ashbourne monuments.

[no title]  C 3347  May 1877

Paper.

Contents:
Rough Ground Plan of Cokayne Chapel, showing extent of proposed external Restorations
In Ashbourne Church
Sent to A.E. Cokayne, Congleton, Ches.

[no title]  C 3348  1877-1878

Contents:
Plan & Specification in works of restoration of part of the North Transept, comprising the Cokayne Chapel
Contractor: Mr. Collins (of Tewkesbury) in Ashbourne.
Paper.

[no title]  C 3349  1877-1878

Contents:
Vouchers for Restoration work in Cokayne Chapel in Ashbourne Church.
With a few letters from Geo. Clark Rector of Ashbourne, about the work.
All to A.E. Cokayne, Congleton, Cheshire.

[no title]  C 3350  27 June 1874

Contents:
Voucher
For monumental carving in Youlgreave Church.
Joseph Twigg, Ashford Marble Works, near Bakewell, Derbys.
To Andreas E. Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3351  April-July 1900

Contents:
Letters to George Edward Cokayne, Exeter House
From (i) Rev. G. Moir, Rectory, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex.
& (ii) John Steel, New Road
Granite, Marble etc. Works, Gravesend.
Re Adams tomb at S. le H.

[no title]  C 3352  circa 1900

Contents:
3 Photos.
(i) West front: St. Margarets Church, Stanford-le-Hope
(ii) 2 views of the Adams tomb in St. Margarets, S-le-H.
(iii) 2 views of the Adams tomb in St. Margarets S-le-H.

[no title]  C 3353  ? XV111 Century

Contents:
Engraving: Bust of Sir Aston Cokayne
Crowned with laurel.
Engraver: C. Wilkin.

[no title]  C 3354  XIX Century

Contents:
Faded Photo of Painting
Nude lying outstretched on her right side, pointing at picture now faded.
With 2 doves
By T. Fall, 9-10, Baker Street. W.
Endorsed by George Edward Cokayne on envelope as Eliz. vx. Brien 2nd V. Cullen.

[no title]  C 3355  XIX Century

Contents:
Photo of Painting:
Anne Barbara Medlycott, wife of Geo. Hill, Serjeant at Law.
T. Fall. 9-10 Baker Street. W.

[no title]  C 3356  XIX Century

Contents:
Photo of Portrait
George Hill, Serjeant at Law.
T. Fall, 9-10 Baker Street, W.

[no title]  C 3357  XIX Century

Contents:
Photo of Portrait.
Young man - unknown mid XV11 ?
T. Fall, 9-10 Baker Street, W.

[no title]  C 3358  circa 1860

Contents:
MSS Pedigree: Descent of the
(i) ADAMS & AUSTEN's from Edw. I. by George Edward Cokayne
Ditto: Descent of MAUNSELL &
(ii) ASSHETON from Edw. III. by George Edward Cokayne

[no title]  C 3359  XIX Century Before 1856

PRINTED.

Contents:
Pedigree: Descent of Children
Of William Adams Esq & Hon.
Mary- Anne Adams
From William I & Edward III to c 1850.

[no title]  C 3360  XIX x

Contents:
Seize Quartiers of
Charles Cokayne, 3rd Lord Cullen 1658 - 1688
By George Edward Cokayne
On back = Pedigree of MEDCALFE C.1430 - c.1650. with Cokyn connections in inset 1588.

[no title]  C 3361  circa 1851

Contents:
Escheats & Inq. Post Mortem
In Warwicks & Derbys.
Of John Cokayne Esq, died 23 Dec. 1504 - 20 Hen. VII.

[no title]  C 3362  XIX Century

Contents:
Copy: Inquisitions Post Mortem
On Thomas Cokayne's Manors of Poley, Baddisley & Kings Newton Warwicks.
22. Hen. Vll. 1506/87.

[no title]  C 3363  XIX Century

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem
Thomas Cokayne; d. 27 Jan. 1639
Lands in Warwicks - (lands in Derbys mentioned).

[no title]  C 3364  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract from Patent Rolls,
1 May 30 Hen Vlll = 1538.
Licence for Francis Cokayne Esq & Dorothy, his wife, to settle houses & lands in Clapham, Surrey
Various remainders specified
= 4 messuages, 4 gardens, 1 Dovecote, 102 A. land, 60 A. meadow, 160 A. Pasture, & 20 A. wood
= 342 acres.

[no title]  C 3365  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract from Patent Rolls.
16 Feb. 5 Hen Vlll = 1514
Licence for Thomas Cokayne Esq. to empark 50 A. in Herthill, Stanton or Clifton, Derbys.

[no title]  C 3366  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract from Patent Rolls
6. Hen. Vlll 18 Nov: 1514.
Licence for Humfrey Cokayne to enter lands of his father Edmund Cokayne without Inq. post mortem.

[no title]  C 3367  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract: Inquisition Post Mortem
John Cokayn, seised of the manor of Luton, Beds.
23 Oct 6 Hen. Vll = 1490.

[no title]  C 3368  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract: Inquisition Post Mortem
Sir Thomas Cockayne, d. 5 Nov. 1592 lands in Warwicks, Derbys. & Staffs.

[no title]  C 3369  XIX Century

Contents:
Extracts. 3 Inquisitions Post Mortem
All on the lands of Francis Cokayne Esq, d: 5 Aug. 1538
(i) = Derbyshire
(ii) = Warwickshire
(iii) = Staffordshire.

[no title]  C 3370  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract: Inquisition Post Mortem
Humphrey Cokayne d. 26 March 8 Hen Vlll = 1517.
(i) Rents in parish of St. Mildred in Puletrie, London
(ii) Beds = Bury Hatley.

[no title]  C 3371  XIX Century

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem - extract. of Sir Edward Cokayne, Kt.
Lands in Derbyshire (- Ashbourne & the Cliftons) & Warwicks (- Pooley, Polesworth etc.)
d: 11 Oct. 1606.

[no title]  C 3372  XIX Century

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem - Extract of Francis Cokayne Esq. d: 25 Dec. 1594
Baddesley Ensor, Poley, Kings Newton etc. etc. in Derbys, Warws, etc.

[no title]  C 3373  XIX Century

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem - Extract of John Cokayne, d. 30 Sept.
1 Hen. Vlll = 1509.
Manor of Woodcroft, Beds.

[no title]  C 3374  XIX Century

Contents:
Extract: Inquisition Post Mortem Thomas Cokayne, Esq. d: 19 Jan.
30 Eliz. = 1588
Lands in Bradborne, Derbys, & Poley, Warws.

[no title]  C 3375  circa 1881

17 copies

Contents:
A Short Treatise on Hunting - by Sir Thos. Cockaine 1591.
Reprinted with notes & pedigrees from Journal of Derbyshire Archaeological & Nat. Hist. Soc. Vol III 1881
By Andreas E. Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3376  18 May 1618
Language:  Dutch

Contents:
Letter
N. de Blocq
To Sir William Cokayne,

[no title]  C 3377  21st November 1618

Damaged.

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Richardson at Middelburge, to Sir William Cokayne
re legal and money matters.

[no title]  C 3378  19th December 1618

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Richardson, at Middleburg, to Sir William Cokayne.
Business, cloth made.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3379  23rd January 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Richardson to Sir William Cokayne
Business matters.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3380  30th January 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone at Middelburg to Sir William Cokayne
Re business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3381  30th January 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
William Kedgwine at Middleburg to Sir William Cokayne.
Describes trip from Gravesend to Holland, Thomas Richardsons' health, business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3382  1618
Language:  Dutch

Contents:
Letter
De Blocq to Sir William Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3383  13th February 1618/1619

Damaged.

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone to Sir William Cokayne. Business.

[no title]  C 3384  20th February 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone to Sir William Cokayne. Business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3385  27th February 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone at Middleburg to Sir William Cokayne. Business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3386  6th March 1618/1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone at Middleburg to Sir William Cokayne. Business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3387  10 March 1618/1619
Language:  Dutch

Contents:
Letter
N. de Blocq
To Sir William Cokayne.

[no title]  C 3388  10 March 1618/1619

Damaged.

Contents:
Letter
William Kedgwine to Sir William Cokayne. Business.

[no title]  C 3389  3rd April 1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardsone at Middelburg to Sir William Cokayne. Business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3390  24th April 1619

Contents:
Letter
William Kedgwin (?) to Sir William Cokayne Business.
Damaged. English.

[no title]  C 3391  8 May 1616

Contents:
Translation and Precis of Letter
Advocat Blocq to Sir William Cokayne
Legal business. English.

[no title]  C 3392  Undated circa 1619

Contents:
Fragment of Letter
Thomas Rychardson (?) to Sir William Cokayne (?)
Business. English.

[no title]  C 3393  Undated circa 1619

Contents:
Fragment of Letter
Thomas Rychardson (?) to Sir William Cokayne.
Business. English.

[no title]  C 3394  Undated circa 1619

Contents:
Letter
Thomas Rychardson (?) to Sir William Cokayne (?).
Business.

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