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FEILDING OF NEWNHAM PADDOX


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Reference CR 2017
Covering dates 16th-19th Centuries
Held by Warwickshire County Record Office
Extent 19 Sub-fonds


No further details   Covenants to levya fine and suffer a recovery of the manor of Newnham Paddox between Basil Feilding of Newnham esq., William Earl of Denbigh his son, Basil, Viscount Feilding his grandson and Roger Feilding his second son, against Martin Bond and Thomas Whitmore, both of London esqs., in consideration of £4000 paid by Sir William Whitmore of Apley, Salop kt., George Whitmore of London, alderman, Sir Edmund Sawyer of Heywood, Berks. kt., and William Gibson of London, merchant tailor. The recovery was to be suffered by a writ of entre en le post brought by William Ryplingham of Great Harborough, esq. and George Feilding of London, esq., 25th May (2 originals) with the exemplification of the said common recovery, 28th November.  CR 2017/D4/1-3  1629
No further details   Mortgages to secure £4000 from Sir William Whitmore, George Whitmore, Sir Edmund Sawyer and William Gibson to Basil Feilding esq., William Earl of Denbigh and his son Basil, Lord Feilding, of the Manor of Newnham, 23rd June [it was agreed that £320 per annum was to be paid until the £4000 was paid off].  CR 2017/D5/1-2  1629
No further details   Declaration concerning the above mortgage in which William Earl of Denbigh appointed Roger Feilding of Barnacle esq. and Richard Oliver and George Feilding of London esqs. to satisfy the mortgagorsof the payments owed, after which the latter were required to reconvey the property to the appointees etc., 31st December.  CR 2017/D6  1630
No further details   Lease for 21 years from Basil Lord Feilding and George, Viscount Kallan and Earl of Desmond his brother, to Roger Feilding of Barnacle Esq., William Ryplingham and George Feilding both of London esqs., of the manor of Newnham at a rent of £550 p.a. [seals cut out], 10th January.  CR 2017/D7  1636/7
No further details   Declaration concerning the above lease entered into between the same parties granting the lesses power to sell,assign or mortgage the lease as they thought fit, 10th January.  CR 2017/D8  1636/7
No further details   Lease for 21 years from Basil Lord Feilding to Sir John Lambe of Rothwell or Rowell, Northants. kt., Chancellor to the Queen, of the manors of Newnham Paddox and Monks Kirby with their appurtenances; this contains a covenant stating that Sir John was to receive all profits and rents from the manors towards the satisfaction of Lord Feilding's debts, allowing Lord Feilding £6 per diem for himself [seal cut out], 9th March.  CR 2017/D9  1639/40
No further details   Lease for 21 years if Basil, Lord Feilding should so long live from the latter and Dame Barbara his wife to Michael Gatwood of London, merchant, of the manor of Newnham [seal cut out], 15th March.  CR 2017/D10  1640/1
No further details   Assignment of the lease of 10th Jan 1636/7 [CR 2017/D7] from Roger Feilding of Barnacle esq. with the consent of Basil Lord Feilding to Henry Barnard junior of London, merchant, of the manor of Newnham [seals cut out], 15th March.  CR 2017/D11  1640/1
No further details   Agreement between Michael Gatwood and Basil Lord Feilding concerning the rents of the manor of Newnham and declaration of the uses of the assignment of even dating from Roger Feilding to Henry Barnard of the lease dated 10th Jan, 1636/7 [seal cut out], 15th March.  CR 2017/D12  1640/1
No further details   Lease for 99 years from William, 3rd Earl of Denbigh to Bridgett Countess Dowager of Desmond,Charles Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, George Earl of Berkeley and Sir William Bromley Knight of the Bath, of the manor of Newnham Paddox, Newnham Park and lands (described) with all other hereditaments of Lord Denbigh in Newnham Paddox, 12th July.  CR 2017/D13  1680
No further details   Original bundle containing a deed of bargain and sale to make tenants to the precipe from William 5th Earl of Denbigh and Isabella his wife to John Jacob and Robert Jacomb of London, gents.,of the manor of Newnham Paddox and lands in Newnham (described), High Crosse House in Claybrooke and ½ an acre of land in Leicester St., Lutterworth, with covenants to levy a fine and suffer a recovery, 20th Oct.; deed of defeazance of even dating between the Earl and Jacob and Jacomb by which the premises were conveyed to the latter in return for £600; exemplification of a common recovery of double voucher in which John Thompson of London gent. was the demandant, Jacob and Jacomb the tenants to the precipe and William, Earl of Denbigh vouchee, 28th Nov.; assignment of defeazance from the Earl, Jacob and Jacomb to Mary Cleter of London, widow and Stephen Ashby, citizen and haberdasher of London, the debt now being £1,575, 10th December.  CR 2017/D14/1-4  1719
No further details   Covenant to convey on payment of £6,310 from Sir Ralph Freemen of London kt. a Master of the Court of Requests, Sir Clement Cotterell of Wilford, Lincs., kt., Bartine Houghe alias Woodkeeper of Goadby Leics., yeoman, and Gregory Julian of London gent. (trustees for Mary, Countess of Buckingham) to William 1st Earl of Denbigh and Basil Lord Feilding, his son and heir apparent, the manor of Monks Kirby, 29th June.  CR 2017/D15  1629
No further details   Declaration of trusts of the Monks Kirby estate from Mary, Countess of Buckingham to Sir Ralph Freeman, Sir Clement Cotterell, Bartin Hough alias Woodkeeper and Gregory Julian by which it was stated that as Lord Denbigh did not pay £6,310 as covenanted in D15, the estate was to be held by Sir Ralph and the others in trust for Mary for life and afterwards by new trustees who were to raise £3000 from it for Lady Anne Villiers when she reached the age of 14; but if she should have died before this date, the property was to go to Basil, Lord Feilding and his heirs and in default of this to his brother, George Earl of Desmond, 10th April. Original and copy.  CR 2017/D16/1-2  1631

Folder icon  [no title]  CR 2017/D17/1-4  1721-1721/2

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Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William, 5th Earl of Denbigh to make John Dewes of Clements Inn, London, gent. a tenant to the precipe with a covenant to levy a fine on the manor of Monks Kirby and properties as follows: the manor house, closes called Denmarke, Shatteswells Close and meadow, Westleys, Rye Hill and Stokeswell Meadow, Parke Close, Long Leyes, the messuage in Monks Kirby now in the tenure of Thomas Crook, Hawthorne Meadow, the messuage now in the tenure of William Bosworth, a plot and part of Monks Kirby pasture (28 acres); the messuage of William Perkins, Uppermost Plot in Kirby Pasture and lands there late of John Proctor; the messuage of Edward Hands, the orchard, Seggs Close, 4 closes by the Park, a close of New Inclosure, 1/3 of Furzey Close; the messuage called Steanes Tenement, the house, barn, orchard and Home Close, Upper Close, Long Leasoe and Island Closes (2) all in the tenure of William Jordaine; the messuage called the Cock, closes (2), Hilly Closes and meadow all in the tenure of Jonathan Turner; the messuage now in the tenure of Edmund Meadowes, Dairy Close, Long Close, Thursts Close, Little Close, Furzey Close; a messuage, Flaggyard, the Bank and Pailton Bridge Meadow in the tenure of Richard Hall; the messuage of John Smith, Furzee Close of Hannah Makepeace; Fletchers Close late of John Handley; the messuage in the tenure of Emanuel Makepeace, Great Ground, Water Lakes, Peabodys Meadow, Furzey Close; the messuage in the tenure of William George, the Home Closes of William Parsons; the messuage of Edward Hands, Cottage Close; the messuage of Thomas Pebbody, Home Close, Cottage Close; several messuages of the families of Webb, Towers, Herbert, Waring, Lovell, Makepeace, Bonner, Moreton, Dantford, Watts, Hurley, Gamble, Bagott, Dilkes, James, Hipwell, Edgins and Roberts in Monks Kirby.
Street Ashton: Fosse Close, Middle Close and Furzey Close in Street Ashton all in the tenure of Zephaniah Binley; Astley Fowlers tenement, the backside, Hay Close, Hemp Plot, close in Street Ashton, Rye Hill close and Meadow, Penney Irons and Furzey Grounds; Thomas Gilbert's tenement, the backside and meadow, Furzey Close, two Longland closes; Flatt Furlong close, Stoney Hill Close and meadow, all of Thomas Mason; Richard Clowdesley's messuage and homestead, Furzey Close, close, Middle Field, Little Hill, Long Close, the Hayes, the wind grist mill or milnes [there were two mills under one roof], late of Samuel Bliss; a messuage, Woodway Furlong, West Croft, Moorish Meadows and Poole Yard in the tenure of Thomas Gilbert, John Goodman's messuage and Furzey meadow and the the cottage of Edward Langham.
Brookhurst: The messuage of widow Showell, Kings Farm or Rye Hills Closes, Little Close, Barnyarde Close, Kings Yarde, Great Ground, Furzey Close, Rye Hills Close, Campdens Close, Billings Close, Hilley Meadow and Little Meadow; Joseph Showell's messuage and orchard, closes, Kings Close, 1/3 of a close, a close being part of Cottons Farm, John Smith's Messuage and orchard, Little and Great Monks Close and meadows, Bridge Meadow; William Jordaine's messuage and Furse Closes, 2 meadows; John Bradshaw's messuage, Mill Field, Long Leasow, Boswell, Fursey Close by Wood,Mutton Close and two meadows; Richard Mott's messuage, Motts Cottons Meadow, 2 parts of Cottons Furze and the messuages of Thomas Pebbody and the families of Hands, Scotten, Bagott and Gilbert.
Newnham: Little Hall Field, Pinch Furlong Close.
Copston: William Martin's messuage, Home Meadow, Hall Yards, Squire's Yard, Sheeps Closes; Edward Kem's messuage, Paines Piece, Watkyns Yard, Watternes Yard, Essex's Orchard,Furzey Ground, Wrights close, Rye Hill Grasse, Slade Field, Rye Close, Water Furrow Plot of Anne Scotten. William Perkins' 2 messuages, Meare Close, Romillo Close, Perslade, Greens Furlonge, James Lease, The Greens, Chapell Yard, Bushy Greene Plot, High thorne Plot, Heath End Plot; The messuage of Samuel Kem, Watternes Close, The Yards Ends, Cork Meare, Meare Pitt Close, Upper Furlong, South Slade; Clowdesley House and lands called New Pitts Plotts and Wash Pitt Plot; the messuage of William Binley, Old Parke Close, Parke Furlong, Old Lant., Spring Dales, Old Land Meadow, Prestall Meadow, Hall Yard Leyes, Middle Peece, Broome Leyes, Old Barne Peece, Moyzey Meadows, Great Ground, Middle Close, Greens Meadow., William Clarke's messuage, Lodge Ground, Church Furze, Long Slade Meadow, House Ground, Galley Bridge; Richard Wheatley's messuage and Rye Field; Dinner Meadow in the tenure of Thomas Thompson, Richard Miles' middle part of Copston Park, Widow Baker's messuage, the Homestead and Scotchs Gore Piece; Widow Moe's messuage, the Homestead, Moes Plot and 6 messuages etc. of the families of Freer, Day, Golding, Mason, Hackett and Bull, 16th-17th Oct.
An indenture of fine, Michaelmas Term, 1721, and an exemplification of a common recovery by double voucher of the property, in which John Warner and Robert Buck gent. were demandants, John Dewes the tenant to the precipe and the Earl of Denbigh and his wife, vouchees, 1721/2.


No further details   Mortgage in fee to secure £5000 from William 5th Earl of Denbigh and Isabella his wife to Charles Edwin of [...] , Co. Glam. esq. (John Jacob of Coleman St. London esq. was also a party) of the manor of Monks Kirby and its hereditaments (described) in Monks Kirby, Brockhurst, Street Ashton and Newnham, 2nd July (original and counterpart)  CR 2017/D18/1-2  1728
No further details   Additional abstract of title of the 6th Earl of Denbigh dating from 1728-1755 with additions up to 1786. In 1728 the property described is the manor of Lutterworth with the hereditaments there and in Monks Kirby, Brockhurst and Walton and the manor of Martinsthorpe Rutland; from 1750-1755, the manor of Monks Kirby and its hereditaments in Monks Kirby, Brockhurst and Newnham are described.  CR 2017/D19  Undated; c.1786
No further details   Reconveyance of a mortgage in fee from Edward Stillingfleet of Kelfield Yorks. clerk, at the direction of Sir Theophilus Biddulph of Birdingbury Bt., Dame Jane his wife and his younger children Susanna, Elizabeth, Charlotte Mabella, John and William to Basil, 6th Earl of Denbigh and William Robert, Viscount Feilding of the Warks. property conveyed in deeds of 26-27 May 1755, [according to the abstract, this was the manor of Monks Kirby and its hereditaments in Monks Kirby, Brockhurst and Newnham], 24th November.  CR 2017/D21/1-2  1787
No further details   Assignment of terms in so much of the premises mentioned in the deed of 2nd July 1728 (which were assured to John Jacob) as by an indenture of release of even dating with this one, are released to Edward Leeds from Jacob Whitbread of Lowdham Hall, Suffolk, esq., (administrator of the will of John Jacob esq. of London deceased) to Henry Hoyle Oddie of Cary St., St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, gent., in trust for the better securing of £15,000 and interest to Edward Leeds esq. and subject thereto to attend the inheritance. The 6th Earl of Denbigh and Viscount Feilding were also parties to this deed which concerned various farms in Monks Kirby parish, 22nd December. With an endorsement of 8th June 1805 by which Henry H. Oddie assigned the terms to Richard Gleadhill of New Grove, Mile End, Middlesex, as trustee to attend the inheritance.  CR 2017/D23  1787, 1805
No further details   Original bundle of copy deeds: copy of D24 and its endorsement; copy of a deed of bargain and sale to make a tenant to the precipe from Basil, 6th Earl of Denbigh to Thomas Dunn of Lincoln's Inn, Middx., gent. for suffering a recovery of the manor of Lutterworth with lands in Lutterworth and Claybrooke, the manor of Monks Kirby and lands in Monks Kirby, the house at Newnham Paddox and lands there, and property in Brockhurst, Pailton, Wibtoft, Little Walton, Willey, Street Ashton, Wigston, Ullesthorpe and Bittesby. See CR 2017/D.20 for the recovery of the Warwickshire property.  CR 2017/D25/1-5  1787-1788
No further details   Exemplification of a common recovery by double voucher in which Thomas Lloyd esq. was demandant, Richard Griffiths tenant to the precipe and William Basil Percy 7th Earl of Denbigh vouchee, of the manor of Monks Kirby with lands in Monks Kirby, Newnham Paddox, Brockhurst, Street Ashton, Walton, Pailton, Willey and Wibtoft,4th May.  CR 2017/D26  1818
No further details   Assignment of terms of 1000 years from James Lowe of Southampton Buildings Chancery Lane, Middx., gent. (executor and trustee of Richard Gleadhill's will), at the direction of Barnardiston and others (trustees of Joseph Leeds) and Joseph E. Leeds to Thomas Tilbury of Falcon St. London, gent. in trust for the better securing of £15,000 and interest, relating to property in Monks Kirby, Brockhurst, Street Ashton and Pailton, 15th April 1820. With an endorsement of May 1821 recording the assignment of the terms to William Wyburgh How of Shrewsbury in trust for Thomas Lloyd.  CR 2017/D28  1820-1821

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