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Reference PW
Covering dates 1511-1922
Held by Godalming Museum
Extent 2 Sub-fonds
Creators Woods, Percy, 1842-1922, local historian of Godalming, Surrey

Administrative history:
Percy Woods was born on July 5th 1842 in Brook House, Mint Street, Godalming, the son of Charles John Woods, solicitor, Coroner and Town Clerk. He married in 1881 Helen Mariah Trimmer, but she died in 1888, after which he lived many years in Bromley, Kent, employed as a civil servant first at the Admiralty and then at the Treasury. He retired in 1902 and was awarded the C.B. for his services. He then lived in Guildford, where he died in 1922



Deeds Collection of Percy Woods  PWD  1511-1873

Contents:
Deeds and bundles of deeds collected by Percy Woods (1842-1922), possibly mainly from his father, Charles John Woods (1811-1868), who was Coroner, and the first Town Clerk of Godalming, and was himself the son of a Godalming solicitor, Henry Meale Woods (1776-1841)

Survey of rateable land and house property in Cranley parish [Cranleigh, Surrey]  PWD/1  September 1842

Contents:
Survey of rateable land and house property in Cranley parish [Cranleigh, Surrey]

Settlement on the marriage of Richard Lytcot Hicks and Ann Ram Stubbin, both of Titchfield Street, Middlesex  PWD/2  12 October 1780

One parchment deed of 7 skins, with 2 paper certificates appended

Contents:
Marriage settlement between (1) Sarah Hicks of Titchfield Street, Middlesex, widow of Thompson Hicks late of the Island of Nevis, esq, and Richard Lytcot Hicks of Titchfield Street, esq, their only son and heir, (2) Ann Ram Stubbin of Titchfield Street, spinster, and (3) John Brownrigg Leake, jnr, of Hadleigh, Suffolk, gent, and Thomas Wall of Saint Bartholomews Hospital, London, gent, breaking the entails on property bought by Thompson Hicks from George Hatsell of the City of London, gent, viz. a plantation called Clayhill Plantation on the Island of Nevis, with all of its buildings, equipment, slaves and livestock, and creating a trust to pay an annuity of £250 per annum to Sarah Hicks and £300 per annum to Ann Ram Stubbin in lieu of dower
Annexed: affidavit by Hawkins Wall of the Inner Temple, 6 March 1781, declaring that he witnessed the parties' signatures, and certification by the Lord Mayor of London that Wall swore to the truth of the affidavit in accordance with the Act for the more easy recovery of debts in his Majesty's plantations and colonies in America'

Deeds of the estates of Thomas Peace in Rogate, Sussex, and Liss and Harting, Hampshire  PWD/3  1621-1843

25 deeds, one abstract of title, probate of a will, 2 letters of administration, one terrier, one Act of Parliament, sale particulars and letters

Contents:
Deeds re Wish Mead, Harbour Hill, Langley Farm and Parsonage Farm, all in Rogate, Sussex, and the great tithes of Rogate, and land in East Harting and Liss, Hampshire, settled in 1793 by Thomas Peace, son of Thomas Peace of Rogate, gent, on his sister Mary, wife of George Gardner, and her children

Deeds re Wish Mead in Rogate, Sussex  PWD/3/1  1621-1630

Four deeds and Probate of a will

Contents:
Assignments of lease of the upper part of lands called Wishemeades and Wyshmoores or Wassemeades and Wassemoores in Rogate, Sussex, between the lands of Richard Bolsham and William Westbroke on the north part, and the river on the south part, and the lands of the farm and manor of Weyneham on the north west part and the meadow of the said William Westbrook on the east part, the whole of which was originally granted 15 June 1580 by Henry Mervin of Bosgrove, Sussex, esq, and his son Edmond to Thomas Bettisworth of Tratton, Sussex, yeoman, with cottage built on it by John Aylinge and Richard Grey

Assignment of lease by the executors of the will of John Aylinge of Stonehouse, Bramshott, Hampshire, to Robert Carter of Alton, Hampshire  PWD/3/1/1  9 August 1621

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment by (1) Agnes Aylinge of Stonehouse alias Stoneham in the parish of Bramshott, Hants, widow, and Henry Stretter of Bramshott, yeoman, the executors of the will of John Aylinge of Stonehouse, yeoman, to (2) Robert Carter of Alton, Hants, glover

Assignment of lease by Robert Carter of Alton, Hampshire, to John Peyto of Bramshott, Hampshire  PWD/3/1/2  9 October 1622

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment by (1) Robert Carter of Alton, Hants, glover, to (2) John Peyto of Bramshott, Hampshire, yeoman

Probate of the will of John Peyto of Bramshott, Hampshire  PWD/3/1/3  28 January [1628]

Parchment will with seal pendant with note of probate attached

Contents:
Probate of the will (30 September 1622) of John Peyto of Bramshott, Hampshire, leaving his lands to his kinsman, Henry Strettor of Bramshott, yeoman
Proved 28 January 1627 [1628] in London,

Assignment of lease by Henry Strettor of Bramshott, Hampshire, to Richard Steere of Rogate, Sussex  PWD/3/1/4  23 January 1630

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment by (1) Henry Strettor of Bramshott, Hampshire, yeoman, to (2) Richard Steere of Rogate, Sussex, yeoman

Release of interest by John Steere of Rogate, Sussex, to his brother Richard  PWD/3/1/5  31 March 1630

One parchment deed

Contents:
Release by (1) John Steere of Rogate, Sussex, yeoman, to (2) his brother Richard Steere of Rogate, Sussex, yeoman, of rent for messuage in the occupation of Richard Bridger, bequeathed by their father, Richard Steere of Rogate, Sussex, yeoman

Assignment of a lease by William Crockford of Westborne, Sussex, to Roger Hall of Trotton, Sussex, of Harbour Hill in Rogate  PWD/3/2  6 September 1731

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment by (1) William Crockford of Westborne, Sussex, yeoman, to (2) Roger Hall of Trotton, Sussex, yeoman, of a lease of Harbour Hill in Rogate, Sussex, in the occupation of Richard Holloway, originally granted in 1636 by Charles Bettesworth of Milland, Sussex, gent, to Edward Williamson

Bargain and sale from John Penn of East Harting to Thomas Peace of the Twelve Aires or the Hog Plott in East Harting, Sussex  PWD/3/3  15 October 1745

One parchment deed

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) John Penn of East Harting, Sussex, husbandman, son of Henry Penn of East Harting, Sussex, husbandman, and (2) Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, of land in East Harting, Sussex, called the Twelve Aires or the Hog Plott

Bargain and sale from Samuel Lutman of Bentley, Hampshire, to Thomas Peace, of Langley Farm in East Langley in the parish of Rogate, Sussex  PWD/3/4  9 July 1750

One parchment deed

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Samuel Lutman of Bently, Hampshire, esq, and (2) Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, of Langley Farm in East Langley in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, including rights of common of pasture and turbary and a large customary fern-lain in Harting Comb Common, and the customary right of common in Woolmer Forest and in all the wastes and commons within the Manor of Rogate and Rogate Bohunt

Deeds relating to boundary disputes and enclosures on Harting Comb Common, Sussex  PWD/3/5  1746-1752, 1820

7 deeds and text of Act of Parliament

Contents:
Deeds relating to boundary disputes between the Lords of the Manors of West Harting and of Wenham, both in Sussex, and enclosures on Harting Comb Common

Lease of Harting Comb Hanger from John Caryll of Ladyholt, Sussex, and Lewis Buckle of Borden, Hampshire, to Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire  PWD/3/5/1  4 November 1746

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease between (1) John Caryll of Ladyholt, Sussex, esq, Lord of the Manor of West Harting, and Lewis Buckle of Borden, Hampshire, esq, Lord of the Manor of Wenham in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, and (2) Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, of a piece of heathy shrubby land on the edge of Harting Comb Common in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, described in an endorsement as 'Harting Comb Hanger'

Lease of Harting Comb Hanger (Counterpart of deed 3/5/1)  PWD/3/5/2  4 November 1746

One parchment deed

Contents:
Counterpart of deed 3/5/1

Draft of lease of Harting Comb Hanger  PWD/3/5/3  4 November 1746

One parchment deed

Contents:
Draft of deed 3/5/1

Draft of lease of Harting Comb Hanger  PWD/3/5/4  4 November 1746

One parchment deed

Contents:
Draft of deed 3/5/1, with a torn tag bearing the words: 'This Lease is execu....the Parties, & Mr Buc....executed by all, but bo....destroy'd as I T.P. can't ....was the Intent Besides Mr....has no Title & I have Got all....Way of Mr Cary...'
[And on the obverse] 'See the Deed of Partition inrolled dated 24th May 24 of Q.E. John Ford Esqr & his wife of one Part & Francis Fortescue of the other Part by wch it appears yt Harting Co...Buckle agreed fines...'

Lease and release from John Caryll to Thomas Peace of Cobb's, the Hale Closes and Gally Grove, all in Rogate, and the Heywood Close in Harting  PWD/3/5/5  27 August 1748

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Caryll of Ladyholt, Sussex, esq, and (2) Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, of a house called Cobb's, with four closes of meadow adjoining, near Haben Bridge in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, and a close of pasture land called the Heywood Close, at the Heywood in the parish of Harting, Sussex, all in the tenure of John Cobb, the Hale Closes adjoining Hale Common in Rogate, in the tenure of John Pack, and Gally Grove in Rogate

Release to Thomas Peace of rights of common in Harting-Comb in the parish of Rogate, Sussex  PWD/3/5/6  12 October 1752

One parchment deed

Contents:
Release to Thomas Peace of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, owner of the common of Harting-Comb in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, from the commoners there, William Wilkines, John Boll, Robert Ball and John Pack, of their rights of common in land adjoining Peace's property at Lodge Farm, provided he keep unmolested all the other parts of the common upon which Lewis Buckle, Lord of the Manor of Wenham, has encroached

Act of Parliament for inclosing lands within the Manor of Wenham in Rogate, Sussex  PWD/3/5/7  23 June 1820

Printed document comprising five sheets of paper sewn together

Contents:
Printed Act of Parliament for inclosing lands within the Manor of Wenham in the parish of Rogate, Sussex

Deeds relating to Peace's acquisition of the rectory of Rogate in Sussex and its tithes  PWD/3/6  [n.d.]

Three deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to Peace's acquisition of the rectory of Rogate in Sussex and its tithes

Lease and release of the Manor of Fyning, the purchase money to be divided amongst the heirs of Thomas Bettesworth, as agreed by deed of 15 June 1757  PWD/3/6/1  4-5 April 1758

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Lease and release of property described below, between (1) John Unwin of Southampton Buildings, Middx, gent, (2) Charles Hitch of Pater Noster Row, London, bookseller, Catherine Heming of Eastham, Essex, widow, William Stepple, Citizen and clothworker of London, and Charles Clavey of Newgate Street, London, linen draper, (3) Charles Lowth of Pater Noster Row, London, mercer, and Edward Grose of Threadneedle Street, London, gent, and (4) Richard Ridge of Fyning, Rogate, Sussex, esq, and Richard Tenly of Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, Middx, surgeon. John Unwin selling the property to Richard Ridge, the purchase money to be divided amongst the heirs of Thomas Bettesworth, Charles Hitch and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine Heming, William Stepple and Thomasine his wife, and Charles Clavey and Martha his wife (Elizabeth, Catherine, Thomasine and Martha being the sisters of Thomas), as agreed by deed of 15 June 1757
The property: the Manor of Fyning, late belonging to Thomas Bettesworth, esq, Fining Farm, late in the possession of Henry Dowling, the Manor of Turwick, the impropriate Rectory of Rogate, and other lands and houses in Rogate and Turwick, including Mullings's, Triggs, Venns's, Jane Bettesworth's, the Crooked Chimney Bargain, Burnt House Plott, Larby's Corner, Fyning Knap, Pacy's, Pannells and Lamberts, occupiers including Richard Ridge, The Reverend Mr John Denham, John Triggs, Richard Collins of Rogate, William Chase, Richard Gosden, the Widow Collins, Thomas Mills, Joseph Soan,George Pencroft, Ann Pitt, Simon Larby, William Lintott, John Hall, Richard Strudwick, Joseph Golding and Richard Lambert

Covenant to produce title deeds relating to the parsonage of Rogate, from Richard Ridge of Fyning to Thomas Peace of Rogate  PWD/3/6/2  7 April 1758

One parchment deed

Contents:
Covenant from (1) Richard Ridge of Fyning, Rogate, Sussex, esq, to (2) Thomas Peace of Rogate, gent, to produce title deeds relating to the impropriate rectory and parsonage of Rogate, with the great tithes, dwelling house and glebe lands, and other houses, lands and premises in the parish of Rogate, bought by Peace of Ridge by lease and release 6-7 April 1758

Lease to Thomas Peace of Wives Land Hill [in the parish of Trotton, Sussex]  PWD/3/7  1 March 1762

1 parchment deed

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of Wives Land Hill [in the parish of Trotton, Sussex], between (1) Edward Radcliffe of Devonshire Square, London, esq, Lord of the Manor of Trotton, and (2) Thomas Peace of Rake in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, gent, Lord of the Manor of Harting Comb, to settle a dispute dating 'since time immemorial' over this piece of 'waste', described in an endorsement as 'Part of what is called Fyning Wood'

Assignments of a bond for repayment of the mortgage moneys on Parsonage Farm, Rogate, Sussex, with related copy documents  PWD/3/8  1761-1770

Three parchment deeds and two paper copy deeds

Contents:
Assignments of a bond in £4000 originally made 8 April 1758 between Thomas Peace of Rogate, gent, and Penelope Radcliffe of Liss, Hampshire, spinster, for repayment of the moneys loaned in a mortgage of the same date between Thomas Peace, Thomas Page of Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, and Penelope Radcliffe, on Parsonage Farm, Rogate, Sussex, with copy of one assignment and copy of an assignment of the mortgage

Assignment of bond from the executors of Penelope Radcliffe to Mary Cole of Liss  PWD/3/8/1  7 August 1761

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment from (1) Edward Radcliffe of Devonshire Square, London, esq, and Arthur Radcliffe of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, esq, the executors of the will of Penelope Radcliffe, late of Liss, Hampshire, to (2) Mary Cole of Liss, Hampshire, widow, [one of the sisters of Penelope Radcliffe] of a bond for repayment of the mortgage moneys on Parsonage Farm, Rogate

Assignment of bond from the executor of the will of Mary Cole to Arthur Radcliffe of Bath  PWD/3/8/2  25 March 1766

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment from (1) John Radcliffe of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, esq, the executor of the will of Mary Cole, late of Liss, Hampshire, widow, to (2) Arthur Radcliffe of the City of Bath, esq, [one of the brothers of Penelope Radcliffe] of a bond for repayment of the mortgage moneys on Parsonage Farm, Rogate

Assignment of bond from the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe to Sarah Forbes of the City of Bath  PWD/3/8/3  7 July 1770

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment from (1) John Radcliffe of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, esq, the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe of the City of Bath, esq, to (2) Sarah Forbes of the City of Bath, widow [one of the sisters of Penelope Radcliffe] of a bond for repayment of the mortgage moneys on Parsonage Farm, Rogate

Copy of the assignment from the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe to Sarah Forbes of the City of Bath  PWD/3/8/4  7 July 1770

One paper copy of a deed

Contents:
Contemporary copy of the assignment from the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe to Sarah Forbes of the City of Bath (PWD/3/8/3)

Copy of the assignment of the mortgage on Parsonage Farm, Rogate, from the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe to Sarah Forbes of Bath  PWD/3/8/5  7 July 1770

One paper copy of a deed

Contents:
Contemporary copy of the assignment of the mortgage on Parsonage Farm, Rogate, from John Radcliffe of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, esq, the executor of the will of Arthur Radcliffe, to Sarah Forbes of the City of Bath, widow, the property comprising the impropriate Rectory or Parsonage of Rogate with all the great tithes and appurtenances (apart from the tithes of Fyning Farm in Rogate) and also the dwelling house and 3 fields thereunto belonging called the Glebe Lands, all formerly in the occupation of the Widow Collins and Thomas Bettesworth, and also the barn, gateroom, and 6 fields called Jane Bettesworth's, at Slade in the parish of Rogate, Sussex, also formerly in the occupation of the widow Collins and then of Thomas Peace

Lease and release of the parsonage of Rogate in trust for Mary, wife of George Gardner, and her children  PWD/3/9  9 & 10 September 1793

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Lease and release and assignment between (1) Thomas Peace of Rogate, gent, only son and heir of Thomas Peace late of the same, deceased, and (2) Thomas Sibthorpe, jnr, of Guildford, gent, and Marmaduke John Daintrey of Petworth, Sussex, gent, of the impropriate rectory or parsonage of Rogate with all the great tithes thereof and his tenements in Rogate, Liss, Hants, and Harting, Sussex, in trust for Peace's sister Mary, wife of George Gardner, and her children Mary Ann Stevens, Frank Gardner and Harriet Gardner

Lease from Thomas Peace to Frank Gardner of Rogate, of messuages in Rogate  PWD/3/10  20 February 1794

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease between (1) Thomas Peace of Rogate, gent, and (2) Frank Gardner of Rogate, gent, of the messuages called Bettesworths Parsonage Glebe, Galley Grove Pitts and Burnthouse Plott, the Parsonage House, and Wishmead, all in Rogate

Papers pertaining to the sale of Parsonage Farm and the great tithes of Rogate  PWD/3/11  1795-1810

1 sheaf of paper and 3 printed paper leaflets

Contents:
Papers pertaining to the sale of the impropriate rectory or parsonage of Rogate with the great tithes, and the parsonage house, glebe lands and farm (Parsonage Farm, Rogate, Sussex)

Office copy of the Rogate vicarage terrier  PWD/3/11/1  1795

Five sheets of paper attached at top corner

Contents:
Office copy of the Rogate vicarage terrier dated 9 July 1686, extracted from the Registry of the Bishop of Chichester, 28 November 1795

Sale particulars of part of the great tithes of Rogate  PWD/3/11/2  22 July 1807

Printed paper leaflet

Contents:
Sale particulars of part of the great tithes of Rogate, viz. the tithes of the arable lands belonging to Coomb Lane Farm in the occupation of Joseph Booker, Rake Farm in the occupation of Mr Seward, Sandhill Farm in the occupation of James Sowter, Lintott's Farm at Fyning in the occupation of William Lintot, Carters and Grays in the occupation of Mr John Mellersh, and Trigs Farm in the occupation of Thomas Ridge
Endorsed with manuscript note of purchase of Lot 5 by John Adams

Sale particulars of Parsonage Farm and the great tithes of Rogate  PWD/3/11/3  5 July 1810

Two printed paper leaflets

Contents:
Sale particulars of the impropriate rectory or parsonage of Rogate with the great tithes, and the parsonage house, glebe lands and farm (Parsonage Farm)
2 copies

Records arising from the death of Thomas Peace  PWD/3/12  17 December 1810

Parchment letters of administration with 2 legal opinions

Contents:
Records arising from the death of Thomas Peace of Rogate

Letters of administration the goods of Thomas Peace  PWD/3/12/1  17 December 1810

Parchment letters of administration, seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods of the late Thomas Peace, granted to his niece Harriet Mitchell, wife of John Mitchell

Legal opinion on the affairs of the late Mr Thomas Peace  PWD/3/12/2  26 July 1810

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Copy of legal opinion on the affairs of the late Mr Thomas Peace given by Mr Anthony Hart of Lincoln's Inn

Legal opinion on the affairs of the late Mr Thomas Peace  PWD/3/12/3  [1810]

Three sheets of paper

Contents:
Legal opinion on the affairs of the late Mr Thomas Peace (a draft) composed after the grant of administration in December 1810

Letters of administration the goods of Frank Gardner  PWD/3/13  14 October 1812

Parchment letters of administration, seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods of the late Frank Gardner of Rogate, Sussex, granted to his widow Elizabeth Gardner

Papers pertaining to the sale of Parsonage Farm, Rogate, in 1838  PWD/3/14  June-November 1838

Abstract of title and 4 sheaves of legal queries

Contents:
Abstract of title and legal queries pertaining to the sale of Parsonage Farm, Rogate, in 1838 (Bill of sale missing)

Abstract of title to Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/1  June 1838

18 sheets of paper attached together at the top corner

Contents:
Abstract of title to messuage, tenement, cottages, farm lands and hereditaments called the Parsonage Farm, agreed to be sold by Mr [Frank Thomas] Gardner and his sisters, Eliza Mary and Louisa Sarah, and their husbands, Richard Rogers and William Ingram, to George Wyndham esq.
Recites the 1793 settlement and reports that:
Harriet Gardner married Mr John Mitchell of Haslemere
Just before his death Thomas Peace sold the surplus of the Rogate tithes (except of the Parsonage Farm) to Lewis Buckle, esq. In 1825 Frank Thomas Gardner mortgaged Parsonage Farm to John Bridger of Haslemere, linen draper, and in 1832 the mortgage was assigned to Joseph Littell of Godalming, gent

Queries and observations on the title to Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/2  27 July 1838

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Queries and observations by Woods and Son, Solicitors, of Godalming, on the title to Parsonage Farm (here called the Rogate Rectory House Farm), with the answers of the vendor's solicitors, Frederick Sergeant of 59 Chancery Lane

Queries and observations on the title to Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/3  August-September 1838

Three sheets of paper

Contents:
Additional observations of Mr Sergeant, 21 August, with (enclosed) copies of the further replies of Messrs Woods and Son, 25 September

Queries and observations on the title to Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/4  October-November 1838

Two sheets of paper

Contents:
Further observations of Mr Sergeant, 23 October, with (enclosed) copies of the further replies of Messrs Woods and Son, 3 November

Queries and observations on the title to Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/5  15 November 1838

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Further observations of Mr Sergeant, with replies of Messrs Woods and Son noted in the margin

Bill of sale of Parsonage Farm  PWD/3/14/6  [1838]

Contents:
Bill of sale of Parsonage Farm, the property of Mr Gardner

Memoranda and other documents relating to later business of the Gardner family  PWD/3/15  1843-1864

2 paper memoranda, 1 bill and 5 letters

Contents:
Memoranda and other documents relating to later business of the Gardner family

Memorandum as to J Gardner's affairs  PWD/3/15/1  [1843]

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Memorandum as to J Gardner's affairs, showing debts to Mr Turner, including re 'Durnford'(?) and 'Stedham Mill'

Notes on a case in the Court of Queen's Bench between J F Gardner and William Turner  PWD/3/15/2  [1843]

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Notes on a case in the Court of Queen's Bench between J F Gardner and William Turner of Linch, Sussex, yeoman

Bill re court case between J F Gardner and William Turner  PWD/3/15/3  1843

Two and a half sheets of paper, the letters bearing penny stamps

Contents:
Bill re court case between J F Gardner and William Turner, with letters from Ellis and Upton [Solicitors] of Petworth to C J Woods of Godalming

Letters from Jane Gardner [to C J Woods]  PWD/3/15/4  1861

Two sheets of paper, black-bordered

Contents:
Two letters from Jane Gardner [to C J Woods] asking for return of 'The Black Book' of particulars about the Gardner family, and discussing the legal status of a piece of land either in East or South Harting, Sussex 'which never was connected to the Rogate estate'

Draft of a letter to William Mitchell [from C J Woods]  PWD/3/15/5  5 March 1864

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Draft of a letter to William Mitchell, esq, [from C J Woods] about Mr and Mrs Rogers' marriage settlement. [Mrs Rogers formerly Eliza Mary Gardner?]

Deeds relating to the farm in Chiddingfold, Surrey, known as Gaston or Garston  PWD/4  1624-1737

6 parchment deeds, 1 copy will, 1 legal opinion

Contents:
Deeds relating to the farm in Chiddingfold, Surrey, known as Gaston or Garston, formerly known as Siviers

Settlement of Stephen Rapley's lands in Chiddingfold between his daughters Elizabeth Vallor and Jane Hollaway  PWD/4/1  20 May 1624

One parchment deed

Contents:
Deed declaring the uses of a fine, being a settlement between (1) William Vallor of Hedley [Headley], Hampshire, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, (2) Henry Hollaway of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman, and Jane his wife, and (3) Richard Oviatt of Ringwood, Hampshire, gent, of lands in Chiddingfold late the inheritance of Stephen Rapley, father of Elizabeth Vallor and Jane Hollaway:
A messuage with lands, called Magwickes or Cadeland; lands and tenements with a barn, called Dyers Feild, Quennells, Brookefeild, Goodlandes and Pookefeildes; lands called Eastlandes and Eastland Mead; lands called Half Stock and Half Stocke Meades; barn and lands called Mairland and Mairland Meades; a messuage with a barn and lands, called Gaston or Siviers; lands called Knepp Landes; 2 messuages with gardens, called Brookhurst; and an annual rent of thirteen shillings and fourpence for lands called Triste
The Hollaways got the first four parcels, the Vallors the other four and the annual rent from Triste

Lease of Garstons and the Knepp in Chiddingfold from William and Elizabeth Vallor to Henry Flutter  PWD/4/2  12 October 1642

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease between (1) William Vallor of Heathley [Headley], Hampshire, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, and (2) Henry Flutter of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman, of a messuage with barns, stables, etc, and seven closes of land, called Garstons or Sevyers, containing about 40 acres altogether, and a piece of land called the Knepp or the Knepplande, containing about 8 acres, all in Chiddingfold in the tenure of the said Henry Flutter; apart from a piece of wood ground called Coombe Lande Woode, retaining rights of to the wood and coal on all the land

Copy of Elizabeth Valler's settlement of her lands in Chiddingfold on her younger children  PWD/4/3  2 May 1650

One parchment deed

Contents:
Copy of a deed declaring the uses of a fine, between (1) Elizabeth Valler of Headley, Hampshire, widow, and (2) William Baker of Headley, yeoman, and Nicholas Baker of Headley, yeoman, to settle upon the children of Elizabeth the lands which were allotted to her after the death of her brother, Edward Rapley of Chiddingfold, viz. to her son Thomas Valler a messuage with barns and garden on the south side of the street of Chiddingfold, in the tenure of Thomas Valler, and a yearly rent of twelve pence out of lands and tenements called Balles Land; to her son Christofer Valler edifices, lands and tenements in the occupation of Henry Flutter and of Elizabeth Valler, called Garston or Garstons Lands, containing about 42 acres and a yearly rent of eight pence out of lands and tenements called Bunglers Garden; to her son Henry Valler edifices, lands and tenements in the occupation of John Entnapp called Mare Lands conatining about 16 acres, a messuage or dwelling house on the south side of Chiddingfold Street in the occupation of Nicholas Chalcraft and a yearly rent of thirteen shillings and four pence out of lands and tenements called Trifth; with provisos about descent to the heirs of other sons, Edward and Peter Valler, and daughter Elizabeth Mills, in case of lack of heirs of the named sons
No seals or signatures. Endorsed 'A Coppie of Eliz Valler's settlemt on her younger children Anno Dm 1650'

Copy of Christofer Valler's will  PWD/4/4  31 August 1683

Two sheets of paper attached at top corner

Contents:
Copy of the probate of the will of Christofer Valler of Chiddingfold, yeoman, directing that his messuage and land called Gaston be held according to a settlement made 18 December 1665, and that his wife Margarett should hold the messuage and lands in Chiddingfold which he purchased of Thomas Coleyer and his wife in trust for his youngest son Thomas Valler.
Proved 8 May 1685

Lease of Gaston from Margaret Vallor to Thomas Vallor  PWD/4/5  20 October 1692

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease between (1) Margarett Vallor of Chiddingfold, widow, and (2) Thomas Vallor of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of a messuage with barns, gardens, orchards, lands, etc, called Gaston or at Gastons, containing about 40 acres altogether, late in the tenure of the said Margarett Vallor

Deed to lead the uses of a recovery to bar the entail on Thomas Valler's farm called Garston  PWD/4/6  1 March [1711]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a recovery between (1) Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, yeoman, son and heir of Christopher Valler, and (2) William Didlesfold the younger of Hascombe, Surrey, yeoman, and Thomas Gravett of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, yeoman, to bar the entail on a messuage and farm with barns, lands, etc, called Garston or Garstons lands, containing about 42 acres altogether, in the tenure of the said Thomas Valler.

'Mr Valler's copy' of deed 4/6  PWD/4/7  1 March [1711]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Another copy of the deed to lead the uses of a recovery (PWD/4/6)
Endorsed 'Mr Vallers''

Legal opinion on 'Mr Thomas Valler's case'  PWD/4/8  3 March 1737

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Legal opinion by H Dickins on 'Mr Thomas Valler's case', whether the common recovery of 1710/11 had broken the entail on Garston

Mortgages of a messuage and lands called Great Yard or Little Yard, in Ewhurst, Surrey  PWD/5  1735-1739

6 parchment deeds

Contents:
Mortgages by Ann Webb (later Savage) and her husband, William Savage, maltster, of Guildford, Surrey, of a messuage, farm and lands called Great Yard or Little Yard alias Yard Lands, Heckers, Locks and Borers, containing 55 acres altogether, in the parish of Ewhurst, Surrey
Note: in all these deeds apart from 5/1, the name 'Guildford' is usually spelled 'Guldeford'. In both lease and release of 5/4, William Savage is described as 'of Guilford'.

Mortgage between Anne Webb and George Heath for £100  PWD/5/1  21 June 1735

One parchment deed

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Anne Webb of the parish of Saint Nicholas, Guildford, Surrey, spinster, and (2) George Heath of Cliffords Inn, London, gent. of the property late in the occupation of Richard Knight, for £100

Assignment of the mortgage of 21 June 1735 (PWD/5/1) to Arthur Wight of Artington in the parish of Saint Nicholas, Guildford  PWD/5/2  21 October 1736

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 21 June 1735 (PWD/5/1), between (1) George Heath of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., (2) Arthur Wight of Artington in the parish of Saint Nicholas, Guildford, gent, and (3) William Savage of Guildford, malster, and Ann his wife, formerly Ann Webb

Counterpart of PWD/5/2  PWD/5/3  21 October 1736

One parchment deed

Contents:
Counterpart of PWD/5/2

Mortgage of the Ewhurst property and lands in Wonersh, Surrey, between William Savage and the Mayor and Corporation of Guildford  PWD/5/4  5 & 6 March 1738

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Mortgage in the form of a lease and release, between (1) William Savage of Guildford, maltman, and (2) the Mayor and Approved Men of the town of Guildford, of the Ewhurst property, late in the occupation of James Knight, now of Thomas Knight; and of a messuage and a close of land (3 acres), 3 rood meals of meadow ground and piece of meadow called Hales Mead (1 acre) and close of meadow ground called Lea Mead (2 acres), all in the parish of Wonersh, Surrey, formerly in the occupation of John Stevens of Wonersh, and now of Henry Balchin
The sum of £600 was left to Guildford in the will (3 July 1701) of John Parsons, late citizen and clothworker of London (born in Guildford), in order to have moneys paid from the interest to a poor apprentice in the town, or if none were eligible, to a poor servant maid. William Savage borrowed the money in order to pay off his mortgages of 16 January 1735 and 21 October 1736, in both of which Arthur Wight was acting as trustee for another party (Elizabeth Harding, widow, and John South and his wife Mary)

Assignment of the mortgage of 21 October 1736 (PWD/5/2), from Arthur Wight to Henry Thetcher, with consent of the Mayor and Corporation of Guildford  PWD/5/5  12 July 1739

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 21 October 1736 (PWD/5/2), between (1) Arthur Wight of Artington in the parish of St Nicholas Guildford, gent, and John South of Lodsworth, Sussex, yeoman, and Mary his wife, (2) William Savage of Guildford, malster, (3) the Mayor and Approved Men of the Town of Guildford and (4)Henry Thetcher of Guildford, cordwainer

Deeds relating to lands of the Chalcroft family in Chiddingfold  PWD/6  1608-1769

22 parchment deeds, 2 paper copy deeds, 4 bonds, 2 memoranda

Contents:
Deeds relating to lands of the Chalcroft family in Chiddingfold

Probate of the will of Thomas Chalcrafte of Chiddingfold  PWD/6/1  12 January [1608]

Parchment will with note of probate attached (seal missing)

Contents:
Probate of the will of Thomas Chalcrafte of Chiddingfold, yeoman, leaving to his mother an annuity to be paid out of lands called Sydneys and Bethwines in the parish of Chiddingfold; to his wife Ellenor £30 and household linen and furniture; to his son John an annuity out of the lands of John Baker late of Hambledon, Surrey, called Hall Place in Hambledon, money dependent on the redemption of a mortgage on a copyhold property in Lodsworth, Sussex, a silver spoon, a tablecloth and a gold 'Spurr Ryall'; to his daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Margaret and Annis £40 each and household linen, furniture, pewter dishes, silver spons, clothes and jewellery; to his youngest daughter Ellenor £40, a gold 'Spurr Ryall' and a silver spoon; to his son and daughter in law, William and Elezabeth Bennett, 20 shilling each; and the remainder of his property to his eldest son Thomas Chalcrafte Proved 23 March [1608]

Copy of an abstract of a deed of partition of Cherfold, Cotterfold and Sparkes between Thomas Chalcroft and Thomas Penfold  PWD/6/2  29 July 1626

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Copy of an abstract of a deed of partition between Thomas Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Thomas Penfold of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of lands in Chiddingfold of which they purchased the reversion expectant upon the death of Mary (sic), wife of Humphrey Bell, gent, previously wife of Richard Covert, esq, called Cherfold, Cotterfold and Sparkes, containing about 120 acres. Thomas Chalcroft to have Cotterfold, Sparkes and 3 crofts of land of about 10 acres, part of Cherfold; Thomas Penfold to have the rest of Cherfold

Deeds relating to Thomas Penfold's part of Cherfold  PWD/6/3  1628-1727

16 parchment deeds, 2 paper copy deeds, 3 bonds, 2 memoranda

Contents:
Deeds relating to Thomas Penfold's part of Cherfold

Lease of Cherfold from Thomas Penfold to Robert Robinson  PWD/6/3/1  15 December 1628

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Thomas Penfold of Chiddingfold, yoman, and (2) Robert Robinson of Chiddingfold, husbandman, of piece of land called Cherfold containing 40 acres

Bargain and sale of Henfold and Cherfold from Thomas Penfold and Marie his wife to John Barlowe, snr, Johane his wife and John Barlowe, jnr  PWD/6/3/2  1 April 1630

One parchment deed with two seals appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Thomas Penfold of Chiddingfold, yoman, and Marie his wife, and (2) John Barlowe, snr, of Chiddingfold, clerk, and Johane his wife and John Barlowe, jnr, of Chiddingfold, son and heir of William Barlowe of Manchester, Lancashire, mercer, of a messuage, garden and orchard called Henfolde, containing about half an acre, in the tenure of William Childe, and the piece of land called Cherfold containing about 32 acres, in the tenure of Robert Robinson, both in the parish of Chiddingfold

Bond of Thomas Penfold and George Peytoe to save harmless the purchasers of Henfold and Cherfold (in PWD/6/3/2)  PWD/6/3/3  1 April 1630

One parchment deed with seal appended
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Penfold and George Peytoe both of Chiddingfold, to save harmless the purchasers of Henfold and Cherfold (in PWD/6/3/2) against Humfrey Bell of Stoake [Stoke] next Guildford and Mercie his wife

Final concord relating to PWD/6/3/2  PWD/6/3/4  [24 May 1630]

Two parchment deeds
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord (relating to PWD/6/3/2) between (1) John Barlowe, snr, and his wife Johanna, and John Barlowe, jnr, and (2) Thomas Penfold, of a messuage, a curtilage, a garden, an orchard, 18 acres of land and 18 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Chiddingfold
2 copies

Bargain and sale with feoffment of Henfould and Cherfould from William Barlowe and his daughters to Oliver Barlowe of Chiddingfold  PWD/6/3/5  9 December 1648

One parchment deed with six seal tags (seals missing)

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment between (1) William Barlowe of Manchester, Lancashire, chapman, John Shore of Disley, Cheshire, yeoman, and Susan his wife (one of the daughters of the said William Barlowe), Anne Barlowe, Elizabeth Barlowe and Margaret Barlowe of Manchester, spinsters, daughters of the said William Barlowe, and (2) Oliver Barlowe of Chiddingfold, gent., of messuage, garden and orchard called Henfould, containing about half an acre, in the tenure of William Child, and the piece of land called Cherfould containing about 32 acres, in the tenure of Robert Robinson

Final concord relating to PWD/6/3/5  PWD/6/3/6  1649

Two parchment deeds
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord (relating to PWD/6/3/5) between (1) Oliver Barlowe and (2) John Shore and Susan his wife, Anne Barlowe, Elizabeth Barlowe and Margaret Barlowe, of a messuage, a garden, 15 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and 15 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Chiddingfold
2 copies

Lease and release of Cherfold to Richard Bartlett, to pay off the debts of John Strudwick, a bankrupt  PWD/6/3/7  20 & 21 November 1740

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Burnand, jnr, of Norton in the parish of Aldingbourne, Sussex, yeoman, and Henry Peckham of the City of Chichester, Sussex, gent, (2) John Strudwick of the City of Chichester, malster and chapman, and Anne his wife (late Anne Upperton, widow, and before Anne Whittington, spinster), one of the granddaughters of John Barlow of Chiddingfold, and (3) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, of lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres, formerly in the tenure of Robert Robinson, since of Thomas Yarworth, to pay off the debts of John Strudwick, a bankrupt, to John Burnand and Hemry Peckham

Bond of John Strudwick to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/7  PWD/6/3/8  21 November 1740

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond of John Strudwick of the City of Chichester, malster and chapman to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/7

Final concord relating to PWD/6/3/7  PWD/6/3/9  [November 1740]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Final concord (relating to PWD/6/3/7) between (1) Richard Bartlett and (2) John Strudwick and Ann his wife and Edmund Stilwell and Mary his wife, of 2 messuages, 2 barns, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 35 acres of land, 2 acres of wood, 5 acres of furze and heath and common of pasture with appurtenances in Chiddingfold

Mortgage of Cherfold to Elizabeth West  PWD/6/3/10  15 June 1749

One parchment deed

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, and (2) Elizabeth West of Petworth, Sussex, widow, of messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres

Bond of Richard Bartlett to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/10  PWD/6/3/11  15 June 1749

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond of Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/10

Assignment of the mortgage on Cherfold to John Flutter  PWD/6/3/12  11 June 1751

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage between (1) Elizabeth West of Petworth, Sussex, widow, (2) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, and (3) John Flutter of Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, grocer, of messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres

Bond of Richard Bartlett to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/12  PWD/6/3/13  11 June 1751

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond of Richard Bartlett to perform covenants in PWD/6/3/12

Memorandum that the marriage settlement of Richard Bartlett and Jane Fielder barred Jane from claiming any interest in Bartlett's estates  PWD/6/3/14  [June 1751]

One slip of paper

Contents:
Memorandum that the marriage settlement of Richard Bartlett and Jane Fielder, widow, dated 17 July 1750, barred Jane from claiming any interest in Bartlett's estates should he predecease her

Memorandum from John Flutter that he received 7 other deeds along with the mortgage  PWD/6/3/15  27 July 1751

One slip of paper

Contents:
Memorandum from John Flutter that he received 7 other 'parchment writings' from Mr Martyr along with the mortgage [PWD/6/3/12]

Further mortgage of Cherfold to John Flutter  PWD/6/3/16  9 July 1752

One paper copy deed (4 sheets)

Contents:
Copy of further mortgage between (1) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, and (2) John Flutter of Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, grocer, of messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres

Lease and release of Cherfold from Richard Bartlett to John Chalcroft  PWD/6/3/17  17 & 18 June 1757

Two parchment deeds

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, and Jane his wife and (2) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, gent, on messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres, late in the occupation of George Eades

Assignment of the mortgage on Cherfold and Hallands Moor to Bennett Warner in trust by the executors of John Flutter's will  PWD/6/3/18  18 June 1757

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage between (1) Henry Flutter, John Martyr and John Shotter, all of Guildford, Surrey, gentlemen, executors of the will of John Flutter late of Guildford, grocer, (2) Richard Bartlett of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, (3) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, gent, and (4) Bennett Warner of Godalming, Surrey, apothecary, on messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres, and a piece of ground called Hallands Moor containing about 2 acres, leased in a deed of 10 August 1621 from John Ede of Rovers in Chiddingfold, yeoman, to Abraham Baker of Catsprye, Chiddingfold, husbandman

Deeds relating to Thomas Chalcroft's part of Cherfold  PWD/6/4  1651-1769

6 parchment deeds, 1 bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to Thomas Chalcroft's part of Cherfold

Settlement of Bethwyns, Southneys, Sperkes and Thomas Chalcroft senior's part of Cherfold on Thomas Chalcroft, jnr, his son  PWD/6/4/1  15 May 1651

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Feoffment from (1) Thomas Chalcroft, snr, of Chiddingfold, yoman, to (2) Thomas Chalcroft, jnr, his son, settling on him a messuage, farm and lands called Bethwyns and Southneys, containing about 80 acres, and the lands called Sperkes and Cherfold containing about 30 acres, all in the parish of Chiddingfold, excepting to Thomas Chalcroft snr during his lifetime the loft over the parlour and liberty of ingress and egress to and from it

Lease between John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold and Thomas Harrington of Chiddingfold  PWD/6/4/2  29 October 1726

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Lease between (1) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) Thomas Harrington of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of a messuage, farms and lands called Bethwins, containing about 140 acres, in the tenure of the said Thomas Harrington, except for rights to timber

Settlement on the marriage of Mary Chalcroft and Thomas Tupper  PWD/6/4/3  1 June 1734

One parchment deed

Contents:
Marriage settlement between (1) Mary Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, spinster (2) Thomas Tupper, jnr, of Pulborough, Sussex, yeoman, and (3) Anthony Capron, snr, of Ambersham, Hampshire, gent, Anthony Capron, jnr, of Easeborne, Sussex, gent, John Mills of Ambersham, yeoman, and John Laker of Wisborough Green, Sussex, yeoman, placing £400 of her fortune in trust

Bond on the marriage of Mary Chalcroft and Thomas Tupper  PWD/6/4/4  1 June 1734

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond between (1) Thomas Tupper, jnr, of Pulborough, Sussex, yeoman, and (2) Anthony Capron, snr, of Ambersham, Hampshire, gent, Anthony Capron, jnr, of Easeborne, Sussex, gent, for payment of £300 in case of widowhood of the intended bride

Mortgage to James Clifton of the lands in Chiddingfold devised to John Chalcroft by the will of his late father Thomas Chalcroft  PWD/6/4/5  11 May 1743

One parchment deed

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, eldest son and heir of Thomas Chalcroft, late of Chiddingfold, and (2) James Clifton of the parish of St Nicholas Guldeford [Guildford], gent, of messuage, farm and lands called Bethwynes and Southneys, containing about 80 acres, and lands called Sperkes and Cherfold, containing about 30 acres, and a close of land called the Bramble Croft (4 acres), 3 closes called Cross Crofts (7 acres), 4 closes called Smiths Land (11 acres), all late in the occupation of Thomas Harrington, and a messuage, farm and lands called Whites, containing about 81 acres, and several pieces of pasture land called Down lands, containing about 40 acres, all in Chiddingfold

Mortgage to Richard Elliott of John Chalcroft's lands in Chiddingfold  PWD/6/4/6  11 December 1744

One parchment deed

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, eldest son and heir of Thomas Chalcroft, late of Chiddingfold, who was nephew and heir of Richard Chalcroft, and (2) Richard Elliott of Burgate in the parish of Godalming, gent, of messuage, farm and lands called Gostrode or Gostrowde, containing about 200 acres, and lands called Haywards Chertfold or Old Chertfold, containing about 60 acres, and messuage, farm and lands called Bethwynes and Southneys, containing about 80 acres, and lands called Sperkes and Cherfold, containing about 30 acres, a close of land called the Bramble Croft (4 acres), 3 closes called Crosse Crofts (7 acres), 4 closes called Smiths Land (11 acres), and a messuage, farm and lands called Whites, containing about 81 acres, and several pieces of pasture land called Down lands, containing about 40 acres, all in Chiddingfold in the occupation of John Chalcroft.
An endorsement describes this deed as the counterpart

Lease of Bethwins and Smithers Land to John Turner of Chiddingfold  PWD/6/4/7  10 June 1769

One parchment deed (seal missing)

Contents:
Lease between (1) John Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, gent, and (2) John Turner of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of a messuage, farms and lands called Bethwins, containing about 140 acres, late in the tenure of Thomas Harrington, now of Benjamin Butcher, and lands called Smithers Land containing about 6 acres, also in the tenure of Benjamin Butcher, except for 2 fields called the Root Field and Sparkes Field, 12 acres altogether, and rights to timber

Deeds relating to lands in the parish of Witley, and to the iron works between Witley and Thursley Heaths  PWD/7  1511-1701

19 parchment deeds, 2 inventories

Contents:
Deeds relating to lands in the parish of Witley, and to the iron works between Witley and Thursley Heaths and rights of warren on Witley Heath, alias Thursley Heath. Under the terms of settlement of the property of Thomas Jones, steward of the Manor of Witley, who died in 1597, William Stoughton of Watford in the parish of Stoke next Guildford, Surrey, one of the co-heirs, inherited Birckly Farm, the lands and tenements called Webbs Rydons and the pond called the Lower Pond. Stoughton's interest in the lands was assigned to Sir George More of Loseley by deed of 27 December 1610, and Sir George and his son Sir Robert transferred the residue of their term to Henry Bell, whose heir was Anthony Smith.The Smith and Stoughton families are connected with most of these deeds, and it is assumed that deed PWD/7/3 is amongst these because of the Smith/Smyth family connection

Deeds relating to lands in Witley called Berkeleland or Birckly Farm  PWD/7/1  1511-1612

7 parchment deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to lands called Berkeleland in Witley, later known as Birckly Farm, described as bounded on the west by lands of John Smyth called Alwynslonde or Alwynds Lande and the King's highway, on the east by lands of Thomas Cortnerssh (later Courtnerssh) called Whytternlonde or Whitehernland, on the north by a croft called Hopkyn Rydns or Rydes and on the south by waters called Bethwater

Lease between John Ratford of Woking and Alice his wife, and Henry Holwey, of messuage with garden, and lands called Byrklelonde  PWD/7/1/1  26 April 1511

1 parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Lease between (1) John Ratford of Wokyng [Woking], Surrey, son of Robert Ratford formerly of Wittlegh [Witley], and Alice his wife, and (2) Henry Holwey, of a messuage with garden, and lands called Byrklelonde

Counterpart of lease no. 7/1/1  PWD/7/1/2  26 April 1511

1 parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Counterpart of lease no. 7/1/1

Assignment of rent from John Ratford of Woking to John Moth of Godalming, from messuage with garden and lands called Byrkelelandes  PWD/7/1/3  25 August 1511

1 parchment deed with seal appended
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Assignment of rent from (1) John Ratford of Wokkyng [Woking], Surrey, son of Robert Ratford formerly of Wytley [Witley], to (2) John Moth of Godalmyng [Godalming], from a messuage with garden and lands called Byrkelelandes

Acknowledgement of payment to John Ratford of Woking by John Mothe of Godalming of final £3 of £20 debt for rights to rent from Barkle  PWD/7/1/4  12 December 1512

1 parchment deed with seal appended ( broken)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Acknowledgement of payment to John Ratford of Wokyng [Woking, Surrey] by John Mothe of Godalming of final £3 of £20 debt for rights to rent from Barkle

Assignment of rent from John Moth of Godalming to Thomas Jones of Witley, from messuage with garden and lands called Byrkelelandes  PWD/7/1/5  3 July 1519

1 parchment deed with seal appended ( broken)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Assignment of rent from (1) John Moth of Godalmyng [Godalming, Surrey] to (2) Thomas Jones of Wytley [Witley], from a messuage with garden and lands called Byrkelelandes

Release of rights (assignment of lease) from Henry Holwey to Thomas Jones, in messuage with garden and lands called Berkle lande  PWD/7/1/6  21 December 1523

1 parchment deed with seal appended ( broken - only a fragment remains)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release of rights (assignment of lease) from (1) Henry Holwey to (2) Thomas Jones, in a messuage with garden and lands called Berkle lande

Settlement of a moiety of Birckly Farm in trust for payment of £100 to Thomas Stoughton  PWD/7/1/7  23 September 1612

1 parchment deed with one seal appended (2 seals missing)

Contents:
Settlement between (1) Anthony Stoughton of the Inner Temple, London, gent, and (2) Sir Thomas Grymes of Losely, knight, Sir Laurence Stoughton of Stoughton, knight, and Agmondesham Muschampe of Shalford, esq, of a moiety of Birckly Farme in trust for security for payment of £100 to Thomas Stoughton, brother of Anthony Stoughton, on reaching the age of 21

Deeds relating to an ironworks and its ponds, and rights of warren, on Thursley Heath, alias Witley Heath  PWD/7/2  1579-1671

5 parchment deeds and 2 inventories

Contents:
Deeds relating to an ironworks and its ponds, and rights of warren, on Thursley Heath, alias Witley Heath

Release of iron works from Sir George More to Henry Bell of Milford  PWD/7/2/1  29 March [1579]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Release from (1) Sir George More of Losely [Loseley], Surrey, knight, to (2) Henry Bell of Milford, Surrey, esq, of an iron forge, iron hammer and iron work in the occupation of Henry Bell, with all the bellows, hammers, hammer beams, sledges, implements, instruments and tools, and all the workmen's houses, backsides and gardens, and all the ponds and other waters, and all the places nearby for laying coals, cinders, etc

Lease of a rabbit warren from Henry Bell, Lord of the Manor of Witley, to Sir Roberte More of Loseley  PWD/7/2/2  20 June [1617]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Lease from (1) Henry Bell of Witley, esq, Lord of the Manor of Witley, to (2) Sir Roberte More of Loseley, Surrey, knight, of a rabbit warren set up on Witley Heath under an agreement of 14 May 1614, with a messuage built as a lodge for the warrener

Inventory of equipment and tools included in the lease of the iron works from Anthony Smith to Henry Penfould, snr, and Henry Penfould, jnr  PWD/7/2/3  [c.1640]

One parchment inventory, with one slip of paper

Contents:
Inventory of equipment and tools included in the lease of the iron works from Anthony Smith [of Rake, Witley] to Henry Penfould, snr, and Henry Penfould, jnr [Lease missing]
With scribbled inventory of 'the tooles which was att the hamers when Mr Dibble left them'
Note on dating: Henry Bell died in 1634, and Smith, his great-nephew and heir, in 1669 (see Percy Woods notes Volume H15)

Lease of iron works from Anthony Smith of Rake to William Yalden, snr, of Blackdown, Sussex, with inventory  PWD/7/2/4  1 June 1666

One parchment deed of 2 skins, with 2 inventories attached

Contents:
Lease for two years from (1) Anthony Smith of Rake in the parish of Witley, esq, to (2) William Yalden, snr, of Blackdown, Sussex, esq, of 'all that upper forge and upper finery and the lower hammer chaffery and Iron works' called Horsebane Hammer or Cold Harbour Hammer in Witley Heath and Thursley Heath, and the two ponds called the Hammer Pond and the Furnace Pond or Finarie Pond, and all the forge equipment, etc, apart from the fishing rights in the ponds, including making accessible the Forked Pond below the Hammer Pond. Yalden to pay all taxes and dues, Smith to provide wood at a cost of 5 shillings per cord
Attached: Inventory of equipment and tools included in the lease 'to be left ...att thend expiration or other determinacion of the...Lease' (2 copies, 1 of which has become detached)

Lease of the Hammer Pond, the Finary Pond and the Fowle Poole from Thomas Smith of Milford to Henry Roker, snr, of Witley  PWD/7/2/5  1 October 1671

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Lease for nine years from (1) Thomas Smith of Milford in the parish of Witley, gent, to (2) Henry Roker, snr, of Witley, yeoman, of three ponds called the Hammer Pond, the Finary Pond or Furnace Pond, and the Fowle Poole in the parishes of Witley and Thursley, late in the occupation of the said Heny Roker

Lease of the Newe Pond from Thomas Smith of Milford to Henry Roker, snr, of Witley  PWD/7/2/6  1 October 1671

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Lease for twenty years from (1) Thomas Smith of Milford in the parish of Witley, gent, to (2) Henry Roker, snr, of Witley, yeoman, of the Newe Pond, at a peppercorn rent, for the maintenance of the pond

Bargain and sale of Heythornes in Witley, from Henry Smyth and Jane his wife to Thomas Payne of Iping  PWD/7/3  1 June 1586

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale from (1) Henry Smyth of Peperharrowe, Surrey, gent, and Jane his wife, to (2) Thomas Payne of Ipynge [Iping], Sussex, yeoman, of a barn and lands in Witley called Heythornes, containing about 100 acres, in the several tenures of Thomas Tewsley and Robert Denyer, which Henry Smyth inherited from his father, Henry Smyth, Citizen and mercer of London

Deeds relating to Stoughton family propety in Witley  PWD/7/4  1602-1621

Three parchment deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to Stoughton family propety in Witley.

Lease of Webbes Rydons on Witley Heath, from William Stoughton to John Wheler of Elstead  PWD/7/4/1  10 February 1602

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Lease for 21 years from (1) William Stoughton of Watforde in the parish of Stoke neare Guldeford [Stoke next Guildford], Surrey, gent, to (2) John Wheler of Elstede [Elstead], Surrey, husbandman, of a piece of heath and moor ground between the heaths of Witley and Thursley, called Webbes Rydons, late in the occupation of Thomas Jones, gent, except for the woods, the part which was formerly a fishpond called the Lower Pond and the piece of land through which a brook runs from Thursley Mill towards a place called Borough

Bond for quiet possession of barn and lands in Witley called Clarkes and Patlers sold to Lawrence Stoughton by William Stoughton  PWD/7/4/2  9 July 1610

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond between (1) William Stoughton of Watforde in the parish of Stoke next Guildford, Surrey, gent, and (2) Lawrence Stoughton of Witley, cleric, vicar of Witley, for quiet possession of barn and five closes of land in Witley called Clarkes and Patlers conveyed in a deed of the same date

Quitclaim from William Stoughton of Dublin to Robert Purse, of rights in property inherited from William Stoughton of Watford, Surrey  PWD/7/4/3  14 January 1621

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim from (1) William Stoughton of the city of Dublin, Ireland, gent, to (2) Robert Purse, now or late of Guildford, Surrey, gent, of rights in lands and tenements in Witley inherited under the will of the late William Stoughton of Watford, Surrey

Assignments of a lease of a piece of land called Great Queenford  PWD/7/5  1695-1701

Three parchment deeds

Contents:
Assignments of a lease of a piece of land or pasture called Great Queenford, containing about 8 acres, originally leased 20 March 1618 by Thomas Matchwick of Eashing, Surrey, yeoman, and Agnes his wife to Sir Robert More of Losely, Surrey, knight, who made part of it into a pond

Assignment of lease from Caleb Payne of Milford, Surrey, to Thomas Searle of Wapping, Middlesex  PWD/7/5/1  12 June 1695

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of lease from (1) Caleb Payne of Milford, Surrey, gent, and Mary his wife, to (2) Thomas Searle of St John, Wapping, Middlesex

Counterpart of PWD/7/5/1  PWD/7/5/2  12 June 1695

One parchment deed

Contents:
Counterpart of PWD/7/5/1

Assignment of the lease of Great Queeneford from John Smith of Shackleford, Surrey, to Anthony Smith Meale of Godalming, Surrey  PWD/7/5/3  24 February [1701]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Assignment of the lease from (1) John Smith of Shackleford, Surrey, yeoman, executor of the will of the late Richard Smith of Mowsehill [Mousehill] in the parish of Witley, who was the surviving executor of the will of Anthony Smith of Rake, to (2) Anthony Smith Meale of Godalming, Surrey, gent, of Great Queeneford, which property had been assigned to Henry Bell and so had come to Anthony Smith of Rake

Deeds relating chiefly to Albines at Brook in the parish of Witley  PWD/8  1598-1735

23 deeds and 3 bonds

Contents:
Deeds relating chiefly to 30 acres of land at Brook in the parish of Witley, Surrey, called Albynes (or Albines) and Mudges Fields, later a farm called Albins. Deed PWD/8/2 is presumed to be a stray, having no relation to the rest of the bundle.

Deeds relating to a messuage and lands called Albynes and Mudges Fields  PWD/8/1  1598, [1606]

Two deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to a messuage with barn, garden and orchard in the occupation of Henry Weyland of Witley, husbandman, and 30 acres of land called Albynes and Mudges Fields, all in the parish of Witley

Mortgage between Robert Peytoe of Eashing, Arnold Crofter of Witley, Henry Weyland of Witley and Henry Flutter of Witley  PWD/8/1/1  6 December 1598

One parchment deed with 3 seal tags (seals missing)

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Robert Peytoe of Eshinge [Eashing] in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, shereman, Arnold Crofter of Witley, Surrey, taylor, and Henry Weyland of Witley, husbondman, to (2) Henry Flutter of Witley, husbondman, of an annual rent of £3 from messuage with barn, garden and orchard, and Albynes and Mudges Feilds, lately settled on Peytoe and Crofter by Weyland and his wife Johane

Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Weyland and Susan Ede  PWD/8/1/2  10 October 1606

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended (1 broken)

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine between (1) Henry Weyland of Witley, husbandman, and Johan his wife, and (2) Thomas Weyland, one of the sons of Henry Weyland, Thomas Peytoe of Gostrode in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yoman, and Robert Peytoe of Eashing in the parish of Godalmynge [Godalming], shereman, being the settlement on the marriage of Thomas Weyland and Susan, one of the daughters of Edward Ede of Shillinglie in the parish of Kirdford, Sussex, of messuage with barn, garden and orchard, Albynes and Mudges Feilds, and all other property in Witley of the said Henry Weyland

Bond for performance of covenants in a deed conveying half an acre of land in Mousehill from the heirs of John Hedger to Richard Smith of Mousehill  PWD/8/2  7 March [1626]

One parchment deed
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond between (1) Richard Munnyer of Rygate [Reigate], Surrey husbondman, snr, and Richard Munnyer of Rygate, husbondman, jnr, son of Richard Munnyer snr and Juliana his late wife, who was one of the daughters and coheirs of John Hedger, formerly of Mowshill [Mousehill] in the parish of Witley, weaver, and (2) Richard Smith of Mowshill, jnr, yoman, to perform covenants in a deed of even date conveying to Richard Smith a piece of land and pasture (half an acre) in Mowshill, adjoining a piece of land of Richard Smith called Mershe Crofte, which was part of the lands of John Hedger and is now in the occupation of Richard Smith

Deeds relating to a piece of land in Witley containing about 20 rods, adjoining the lands of Henry Welland called Hopkinread  PWD/8/3  1693-[1702]

Two deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to a piece of land in Witley containing about 20 rods, adjoining the lands of Henry Welland called Hopkinread to the north and east, with the stream running through it, and the hedge on the south side

Lease from William Heath of Shalford, Surrey, to Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, Surrey, and Thomas Welland, jnr  PWD/8/3/1  4 April 1693

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Lease for 3000 years from (1) William Heath of Shalford, Surrey, gent, to (2) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman, and Thomas Welland, jnr, of Witley, yeoman, at a peppercorn rent, for the maintenance of the stream and hedges

Quitclaim from Thomas Welland, jnr, of Witley, yeoman, to Henry Welland, of rights under the lease of 1693  PWD/8/3/2  18 March [1702]

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Quitclaim from (1) Thomas Welland, jnr, of Witley, yeoman, to (2) Henry Welland, formerly of Chiddingfold but now of Witley, yeoman, of rights under the lease of 1693 (PWD/8/3/1)

Deed and bond relating to a barn and lands, part of Ladds  PWD/8/4  21 September 1708

One deed and one bond

Contents:
Deed and bond relating to a barn, gateroom and cowstalls; 9 closes of land containing about 21 acres; part of a close of land, containing about half an acre; 2 pieces of meadow ground, containing about 2 acres; and parcels of heathland, containing about 14 acres; all part of lands called Ladds in the parish of Witley, in the tenure of John Billinghurst or his assigns

Release from John Billinghurst of Brooke to Henry Welland, jnr, of Witley  PWD/8/4/1  21 September 1708

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Release from (1) John Billinghurst of Brooke in the parish of Witley, yeoman, to (2) Henry Welland, jnr, of Witley, yeoman
Lease missing

Bond to perform covenants contained in deed PWD/8/4/1  PWD/8/4/2  21 September 1708

One paper bond
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond to perform covenants contained in deed PWD/8/4/1

Lease and release of Albins, Hopkin Reeds and 2 parts of Ladds from Henry Welland and Joane Welland to Thomas Welland of Hambledon  PWD/8/5  5 September 1710

Two parchment deeds with two seals each

Contents:
Lease and release from (1) Henry Welland of Witley, yeoman, son and heir of Henry Welland of Witley, yeoman, deceased, who was son and heir of Henry Welland of Witley, yeoman, deceased, who was the son and heir of Thomas Welland of Witley, deceased, and Joane Welland of Witley (2) Thomas Welland of Hambledon, Surrey, yeoman, of a messuage with a barn, garden, orchard and lands, called Albins, containing about 30 acres; several closes of land and coppice, called Hopkin Reeds, containing about 20 acres, and several closes of land and coppice and one patch of meadow, part of a farm called Ladds, lying on the east side of the lane leading from Sandhills to Burtley Farm; and two fields also part of Ladds lying on the west side of the lane, containing about 6 acres, adjoining to the lands of John Billinghurst and Thomas Billinghurst towards the west, the lands of Sir Henry Tichborne, Baronet, towards the north; all in the parish of Witley and in the tenures of Henry Welland and Thomas Welland

Tripartite deed to lead the uses of a fine, relating to Albins and Mudges Fields, and West Farthings in Hambledon  PWD/8/6  31 May 1711

One parchment deed with four seals

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine between (1) Henry Welland of Witley, yeoman, (2) Thomas Welland of Witley, yeoman, and Anne his wife, and (3) Robert Stovell of Elsted [Elstead], Surrey, yeoman, relating to a messuage with a barn, garden, orchard and lands, called Albins and Mudges Feilds in the parish of Witley, containing about 30 acres, in the tenure of Thomas Welland and lately purchased by him from Henry Welland; and a messuage with buildings, garden, orchards and gateroom, and its lands, meadows, pastures, coppice or woodground, called West Farthings or Farthinge Lands in the parish of Hambledon, Surrey, in the tenure of Robert Stovell and lately purchased by him from Thomas Welland

Deeds of mortgage, partition and conveyance of Albins  PWD/8/7  1730-1735

14 deeds and 2 bonds

Contents:
Deeds of mortgage, partition and conveyance of the messuage with barn, garden, orchard and lands called Albins

Mortgage of Albins from Thomas Welland to John Withall  PWD/8/7/1  7 April 1730

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Thomas Welland, late of Hambledon, Surrey, but now of Witley, yeoman, and (2) John Withall of Witley, husbandman, of Albins, in the tenure of Thomas Welland

Further mortgage of Albins from Thomas Welland to John Withall  PWD/8/7/2  7 November 1732

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Further mortgage of Albins between (1) Thomas Welland and (2) John Withall (see PWD/8/7/1)

Quitclaim of any rights in Albins by the brothers of William Welland  PWD/8/7/3  17 January [1734]

One parchment deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Quitclaim from (1) Henry Welland, of Witley, yeoman, Richard Welland of Witley, husbandman, and John Welland of Witley, husbandman, brothers of William Welland, to (2) William Welland of Witley, yeoman, son and heir of Thomas Welland late of Witley, yeoman, of any rights in Albins, now a messuage divided in two in the tenure of William Welland and Hannah Chalke, widow, with its lands of about 25 acres

Lease and release of half of Albins from William Welland to Henry Welland his brother  PWD/8/7/4  18 & 19 January [1734]

Two parchment deeds, each with a seal

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Welland, of Witley, yeoman, and (2) Henry Welland (brother of William Welland) of Witley, yeoman, of half of a messuage in the tenure of Widow Chalk, and half of the barn and gateroom belonging to it and the garden or orchard adjoining it and closes of land called the Madge Field (about 3 acres), the Hanger (about 3 acres), the Thistle Field adjoining to the Hanger (about 2 acres), the Hopkin Reed Field adjoining to the lane from Sandhills to Bertley (about 3 acres), and the Peartree Croft (about 4 acres) adjoining to the said lane, all part of Albins (the north east half), allowing William Welland and his heirs access to and use of the well in the garden

Lease and release of half of Albins from Henry Welland to John Chandler of Witley  PWD/8/7/5  17 & 18 March [1735]

Two parchment deeds, each with 2 seals

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Henry Welland, of Witley, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and (2) John Chandler of Witley, yeoman, of the north east half of Albins

Bond from Henry Welland for performance of covenants  PWD/8/7/6  18 March [1735]

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond from Henry Welland for performance of covenants contained in the lease and release (PWD/8/7/5)

Lease and release of half of Albins from William Welland to Arthur Stedman of Chiddingfold  PWD/8/7/7  24 & 25 March [1735]

Two parchment deeds, each with a seal

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Welland, of Witley, yeoman, and Jane his wife, and (2) Arthur Stedman of Chiddingfold, Surrey, blacksmith, of half of a messuage and half of the barn and gateroom belonging to it and the garden or orchard adjoining it and a meadow (about 2 acres) and closes of land called the Little Field (about 2 acres), the Hilly Field (about 2 and a half acres), and the Great Oatearsh (about 3 acres), all part of Albins (the south west half)

Bond from William Welland for performance of covenants  PWD/8/7/8  25 March [1735]

One paper bond

Contents:
Bond from William Welland for performance of covenants contained in the lease and release (PWD/8/7/7)

Final concord between Joan Fox, John Chandler and Arthur Stedman, and Thomas and Elizabeth Chandler and William, Jane, Henry and Mary Welland  PWD/8/7/9  [April 1735]

One parchment deed

Contents:
Final concord between (1) Joan Fox, widow, John Chandler and Arthur Stedman, (2) Thomas Chandler and Elizabeth his wife, William Welland and Jane his wife, and Henry Welland and Mary his wife, of two mesuages, two barns, three gardens, three orchards, 23 acres of meadow, 2 acres of wood, common of pasture and common of turbary in the parishes of Thursley and Witley

Assignment of John Withall's mortgages on Albins to John Chandler of Witley and Arthur Stedman of Chiddingfold  PWD/8/7/10  8 May 1735

One parchment deed with 6 seals

Contents:
Assignment between (1) William Ride of Haslemere, Surrey, blacksmith, and Richard Coleman of Witley, husbandman, (executors of the will of John Withall sometime of Witley and late of Frensham, Surrey, husbandman) and John Withall of Haslemere, taylor, only son and devisee of the said John Withall, (2) John Chandler of Witley, yeoman, (3) Arthur Stedman of Chiddingfold, Surrey, blacksmith, and (4) Richard Chandler of Culmore in the parish of Witley, yeoman, of the mortgages of 7 April 1730 and 7 November 1732 (PWD/8/7/1-2) on Albins

Counterpart of PWD/8/7/10  PWD/8/7/11  8 May 1735

One parchment deed with 6 seals

Contents:
Counterpart of PWD/8/7/10 assignment of mortgages

Lease and release of the south west half of Albins from Arthur and Ann Stedman to John Chandler  PWD/8/7/12  11 & 12 November 1735

Two parchment deeds, each with 2 seals

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Arthur Stedman of Chiddingfold, Surrey, blacksmith, and Ann his wife and (2) John Chandler of Witley, yeoman, of the south west half of Albins

Deeds relating to property in the parish of Cranleigh, Surrey, mainly that left by John Kempe, blacksmith, to his daughters, including the forge  PWD/9  1662-1722

13 deeds and 2 bonds

Contents:
Deeds relating to lands and tenements in the parish of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, mainly that left by John Kempe, blacksmith, to his daughters, including the forge on the road from Guildford to Horsham. Deed no PWD/9/6 is presumed to be a stray, having no relation to the rest of the bundle.
Cranleigh is spelled 'Cranley' in all of these documents except in PWD/9/4 where it is spelled 'Cranly' and PWD/9/5/3-4 where it is spelled 'Crandley'

Deeds relating to a messuage and half an acre of land in Cranley  PWD/9/1  1662

Two deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to a messuage, orchard, garden and backside containing about half an acre in Cranley, between the lands of Thomas Barnard on the west, the lands of Mary Kempe, widow, on the north and east and Cranley Common on the south, in the occupation of Thomas Mower and Robert Edwards

Deed to lead the uses of a fine between John and Margaret Woolveridge, Thomas and Ann Heather and John Richbell and John Dare  PWD/9/1/1  1 October 1662

One parchment deed with four seal tags (seals missing)

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine between (1) John Woolveridge of Ewshott, Hampshire, jnr, yeoman, and Margarett his wife, (2) Thomas Heather, jnr, of Yateley, Hampshire, yeoman, and Anne his wife, and (3) John Richbell of Alfold, Surrey, weaver, and John Dare of Guildford, Surrey, blacksmith

Final concord as arranged by deed PWD/9/1/1  PWD/9/1/2  [April 1662]

One parchment deed
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord between (1) John Richbell and John Dare and (2) John Wolveridge, jnr, and Margaret his wife and Thomas Heather and Anne his wife, of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards and 2 acres of land in Cranley

Deeds relating to the forge and an acre of land, on either side of the road from Guildford to Horsham  PWD/9/2  1665-1690

Five deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to property in the parish of Cranley formerly in the occupation of John Kempe, being a messuage called Le Forge with all its buildings and lands, between the lands late of Sir Richard Onslow, knight, on the east, the road from Guildford to Horsham on the south and the lands heretofore of Thomas Lee in right of Alice his wife on the west and north, and a close of land, about one acre, between the lands late of Wiliam Thorneton on the east, the lands late of Sir Richard Onslow on the south and west and the road from Guildford to Horsham on the north

Deed to lead the uses of a fine to convey Le Forge in Cranleigh to Thomas Bishop, blacksmith  PWD/9/2/1  24 May 1665

One parchment deed with 2 seal tags (one seal missing)

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine between (1) John Woolveridge, jnr, of Ewshott in the parish of Crondall, Hampshire, yeoman, and Margarett his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of John Kempe late of Cranley, blacksmith, (2) Thomas Bishop of Cranley, blacksmith

Final concord as arranged by deed PWD/9/2/1  PWD/9/2/2  [June 1665]

One parchment deed
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord between (1) Thomas Bishop and (2) John Wolveridge, jnr, and Margaret his wife and Thomas Heather and Anne his wife, of a messuage, curtilage, garden and orchard and 2 acres of land in Cranley
2 copies

Mortgage between Thomas Bishop and John Holmes of Albury, Surrey  PWD/9/2/3  26 April 1679

One parchment deed (seal tag missing)

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Thomas Bishop of Cranley, blacksmith, and (2) John Holmes of Albury, Surrey, yeoman

Lease and release between Charles Mihel of Abinger and Richard Worsfold  PWD/9/2/4  5 & 6 February [1690]

Two parchment deeds, each with seal appended

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Charles Mihel (signature 'Mihill') of Abinger, Surrey, yeoman, and (2) Richard Worsfold of Cranley, carpenter, of the Forge or Smiths Forge, lately purchased by Charles Mihel from Thomas Bishop and in the occupation of Edward Mercer, blacksmith

Deed to declare the uses of a fine relating to the forge in Cranleigh and lands in Puttenham and Tongham  PWD/9/3  1 May 1690

One parchment deed with 9 seals appended

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine, between (1) Charles Mihill of Abinger, Surrey, blacksmith, and Mary his wife, John Lincott of Puttenham, Surrey, tayler, and Margarett his wife, and William Stovold of Tongham in the parish of Seale, Surrey, wheeleright, and Eleanor his wife, (2) Richard Worsfold of Cranley, carpenter, (3) William White, snr, of Puttenham, husbandman, and (4) James Lynt ott of Puttenham, blacksmith, relating to the Forge or Smith's Forge in Cranley, a messuage with lands in Puttenham, known as Dorsetts, containing about 2 acres, in the tenure of William White who purchased it from John Lintott, and a messuage with garden and orchard in Tongham, about an acre, between the lands of Sir Benjamin Tichborne, knight, on the east, and the lands of John Burle on the south, late in the occupation of William Page and now of William Stovold, lately purchased by James Lyntott from William Stovold

Assignment of the lands of Richard Worsfold, jnr, and his mother Elizabeth to Richard Worsfold, snr, and William Gravat of Hascombe (trustee)  PWD/9/4  9 November 1712

One parchment deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Assignment between (1) Richard Worsfold, jnr, of Cranley, yeoman, and Elizabeth Worsfold, widow, his mother, (2) Richard Worsfold, snr, of Cranley, carpenter, and (3) William Gravat of Hascomb [Hascombe], Surrey, yeoman, relating to the messuage now divided into two tenements called the forge or Smiths Forge in Cranley, three closes of land called the Churchlands, containing about 10 acres, and 3 closes of land called Gylses, containing about 8 acres, all in Cranly
Endorsed: 'To protect the title to what Richard Worsfold the elder bought. It is wrong for the Assignement should have been made by Rich Worsfold thelder by Direction of young Richard & his mother & not by them by Direction of the young man & his mother, the Mortgage being by them made to Rich W Senior'

Mortgages by Richard Worsfold, jnr, and his mother Elizabeth of the forge and part of Gylses  PWD/9/5  1713-1717

Three deeds and two bonds

Contents:
Mortgages by Richard Worsfold, jnr, and his mother Elizabeth of the messuage called the forge or Smiths Forge in Cranley, apart for the part bought from them by Richard Worsfold the elder by indenture of lease and release 10-11 November 1712, and also two closes of land adjoining the messuage and to the north side of Cranley Common called Gylses or part of Gylses, containing about 2 acres, all in Cranley

Mortgage between Richard Worsfold, jnr, and his mother Elizabeth and Daniell Hall of Dorking  PWD/9/5/1  24 & 25 April 1713

Two parchment deeds with 2 seals and 5 seals respectively

Contents:
Mortgage in the form of a lease and release from (1) Richard Worsfold, jnr, of Cranley, yeoman, and Elizabeth Worsfold, widow, his mother, (2) Daniell Hall of Dorking, Surrey, cooper, (3) Richard Worsfold, snr, of Cranley, carpenter, and (4) Thomas Mills of Dorking, gent

Bond from Richard Worsfold, jnr, for performance of covenants  PWD/9/5/2  25 April 1713

One paper bond
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond from Richard Worsfold, jnr, for performance of covenants contained in the mortgage (PWD/9/5/1)

Mortgage between Richard Worsfold, jnr, and his mother Elizabeth and Thomas Brooker of Merrow  PWD/9/5/3  4 April 1717

One parchment deed with 2 seals

Contents:
Mortgage in the form of a release (lease missing) from (1) Richard Worsfold, jnr, of Crandley, yeoman, and Elizabeth Worsfold, widow, his mother, (2) Thomas Brooker of Merrow, Surrey, yeoman

Bond from Richard Worsfold, jnr, for performance of covenants  PWD/9/5/4  4 April 1717

One paper bond
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond from Richard Worsfold, jnr, for performance of covenants contained in the mortgage (PWD/9/5/3)

Settlement of Newhouse or Snoxhill Farm, on the marriage of James Withrell of Cranley and Martha, daughter of Daniell Greenfield of Cranley  PWD/9/6  20 November 1722

One parchment deed with 5 seals

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of James Withrell of Cranley, yeoman, and Martha, one of the daughters of Daniell Greenfield of Cranley, yeoman, between (1) the said James Withrell and Martha his wife,and (2) the said Daniell Greenfield, the Reverend George Chennell, Rector of Cranley, and George Mabanke of Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, gent, relating to the farm called Newhouse or Snoxhill, with the green and orchard adjoining (about 3 acres), the Three Wind Mill Fields (about 18 acres), the field next to the barn (about 5 acres), the field adjoining (about 6 acres), the field on the west side of the farmhouse (7 acres) 2 fields called Butler (about 6 and a half acres), the Woodfield (about 7 acres), the two Comon Woodfields (about 20 acres), abutting on the land of Jesse Jenkins, the Frogly Mead (about 10 acres) and the pond thereon (about 1 acre), The Pond Field (about 7 acres), the Tenn Acres Field adjoining the land of Jesse Jenkins (about 10 acres), the field called Buildalls (about 8 acres), the 2 Coppice fields adjoining the lands of Thomas Barnett (about 7 acres), the Hoppgarden (about 5 acres), and Snoxhill Mead (about 20 acres), all in the parish of Cranley in the tenure of James Withrell

Deeds relating to property of the Webb family of Milford House, Milford, Surrey  PWD/10  1798-1839

17 deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to property of the Webb family of Milford House, Milford, in the parish of Witley, Surrey

Leases of property of the Webb family  PWD/10/1  1798-1839

8 deeds

Contents:
Leases of property of the Webb family

Lease of Kiffold Farm, Thursley, Surrey, to Thomas Penfold of Haslemere  PWD/10/1/1  1 February 1798

One parchment deed with one seal

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Mary Webb of Milford House, widow, and (2) Thomas Penfold of Haslemere, Surrey, gent, of Kiffold Farm in the parish of Thursley, Surrey, with 93 acres of land appertaining to it, apart from rights of timber, mining and hunting. Rent £30 per annum
Enclosed: slip of paper entitled: Kiffords Terms of leaving (with the name 'Thomas Gooch Esq'), with scribbled notes of fertiliser and seeds to be provided for the next tenant

Lease of Roke and Court House Farms, Witley, Surrey, to William Charrott of Witley  PWD/10/1/2  28 February 1799

One parchment deed with one seal

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Mary Webb of Milford House, widow, and (2) William Charrott of Witley, Surrey, farmer, of Roke and Court House Farms in the parish of Witley, Surrey, containing about 184 acres of land, in the occupation of the said William Charrott, apart from rights of timber, mining and hunting.
Rent £142 10 shillings per annum

Lease of Boundless and Pitt Lands and Hole Farm in Thursley, Surrey, to Arthur Lunn of Witley  PWD/10/1/3  29 December 1806

One parchment deed of 2 skins, with one seal

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Mary Webb of Milford House, widow, and (2) Arthur Lunn of Witley, farmer, of Boundless and Pitt Lands and Hole Farm in Thursley, Surrey, computed at about 190 acres of land, in the occupation of Richard Searle, apart from rights of timber and hunting.
Rent £70 per annum, with provision for increase according to the amount of rough ground brought under tillage

Lease of Warren Lodge and the Forge, now a crape-mill, with its ponds, and the Hammer Alehouse, all in Thursley, Surrey, to Robert Brettell Bate  PWD/10/1/4  24 September 1812

One parchment deed of 2 skins, with six seals

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Mary Webb of Milford House, widow, and (2) Robert Brettell Bate of the Poultry in the City of London, mathematical instrument maker, of Property in the parish of Thursley, Surrey, viz. a messuage called Warren Lodge with 42 acres of lands belonging to it, and the building called the Forge lately converted into a mill for the manufacture of crape, and the four ponds called the Upper Hammer Pond, Foul Pond, the Lower Hammer Pond and the New Pond, and the 7 acres of land between the ponds, and the messuage called the Upper Hammers or Hammer Alehouse with its garden and lands (about 2 acres) and the meadow adjoining (an acre and a half), and the piece of land on the side west of the Hammer Pond between the Hammer Alehouse and the Hammer Works and the road leading to Elstead (about 4 acres), an 8-acre close of meadow land called Peis Meadow, late in the occupation of John Mitchell, and a 3-acre close of meadow land called Warren and 2-acre close of arable land adjoining, lately the property of John Leech, with rights of peat-cutting on the Pudmore (part of the waste or common lands of the Manor of Witley), but reserving rights of timber, warren and fishing.
Rent £176 15 shillings per annum
Endorsed with assignment of the lease to Archibald Herron, John Herron and Hugh Herron all of Mitre Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, City of London, merchants, 1 March 1819
Enclosed: 2 sheets of further details and notes about occupiers of the alehouse and the lands, one addressed to 'Henry Woods, Esq, Sol'r, Godalming', the other to 'Mr Woods, Rake'

Lease of Hydestile Farm in the parishes of Godalming and Hambledon, Surrey, to James Tickner, jnr, of Milford  PWD/10/1/5  15 November 1813

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Mary Webb of Milford House, widow, and (2) James Tickner, jnr, of Milford, yeoman, of a messuage, farm and lands called Hydestile, in the parishes of Godalming and Hambledon, Surrey, apart from rights of timber and hunting.
Rent £357 10 shillings per annum, with provision for increase according to the amount of rough ground brought under tillage

Lease of Warren Lodge, the Forge, four ponds, and the Hammer Alehouse, all in Thursley, to John Herron and Hugh Herron of the City of London  PWD/10/1/6  27 November 1824

One parchment deed of 2 skins, seal cut off

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford House, esq, and (2) John Herron and Hugh Herron of Mitre Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, City of London, merchants, of Warren Lodge and the Forge, now a crape-mill, with its ponds, and the Hammer Alehouse, all in Thursley (as fully described in PWD/10/1/4), with agreement to rebuild the old mill called the Lower Hammer Forge, but reserving rights of timber, warren and fishing.
Rent £176 15 shillings per annum
Although the deed is stamped and endorsed, the seal has been cut off, and alterations made in pencil to change the lessee to John Bull Weale

Unexecuted lease of Hydestile Farm in the parishes of Godalming and Hambledon, Surrey, to James Tickner, jnr, of Hydestile  PWD/10/1/7  1825

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Unexecuted lease for 21 years between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford House, esq, and (2) James Tickner, jnr, of Hydestile, Hambledon, yeoman, of a messuage, farm and lands called Hydestile, in the parishes of Godalming and Hambledon, Surrey, apart from rights of timber and hunting.
Rent £221 per annum, with provision for increase according to the amount of rough ground brought under tillage
The day and month have not been filled in, there is no signature and no endorsement, and pencil alterations have been made to change the lessee to John Roker

Agreement for the rebuilding of the Lower Hammer Forge on Thursley Common  PWD/10/1/8  6 November 1829

One parchment deed of 4 skins with 5 seals

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Robert Smith Webb of Milford House, esq, and James Herron of Watling Street in the City of London, merchant, (2) John Herron and Hugh Herron of Mitre Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, City of London, merchants, and (3) Philip Barker Webb of Milford House, esq, establishing a trust for the rebuilding of the old mill at the Forge on Thursley Common, called the Lower Hammer Forge
Endorsed with a note dated 8 November 1833 by Robert Smith Webb, attorney for Philip Barker Webb, that the annuities invested for the purposes within mentioned have been sold out, and the lease of 1824 (PWD/10/1/6) cancelled

Lease by Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gooch of 2 pieces of meadow land, formerly part of Wood Farm, in the parish of Godalming  PWD/10/2  7 December 1809

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Lease for 21 years between (1) Aldborough Richardson of Doles Lodge, Hampshire, Esq, and (2) Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gooch of Milford House, Esq, of pieces of meadow land, formerly part of a farm called Wood Farm and part of the glebe land of the Rectorial Manor of Godalming, in the tenure of the said Thomas Gooch, viz. one close containing one acre two rood and twenty perches bounded on the east by the lands of Philip Carteret Webb and on the west by Wood Farm in the occupation of Thomas Martin Tilby, and one adjoining piece of land called Long Field (5 acres 2 rood and 17 perches), apart from rights of timber.
Rent £10 10 shillings, with provision for increase according to the amount of rough ground brought under tillage
Enclosed: Copy (?) of a letter from the Webb family solicitor, Henry Woods, to George Potter [Mr Richardson's solicitor?] commenting on the lease - 'you are aware that the new lease is to be granted to Philip Barker Webb Esq'
Note: According to Percy Woods's notes (Volume H15, p.69), Thomas Gooch married Hannah, the widow of Philip Smith Webb and mother of Philip Barker Webb.
Milford House is described in this deed as being ' in the parish of Godalming, Surrey'

Agreements for use of waste land of the Manor of Witley  PWD/10/3  1821

Two deeds

Contents:
Agreements for use of waste land of the Manor of Witley

Agreement for lease of 10 acres on Milford Heath for 'the use of the Poor House' for the Parish of Witley  PWD/10/3/1  3 March 1821

One paper deed

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford House, Esq, Lord of the Manor of Witley, and (2) James Tickner of Milford, yeoman, and William Richardson of Witley, Visitor and Guardian of the Poor of the Parish of Witley, for lease of pieces of land on Milford Heath, viz. Vanhill Field (about 5 acres) on the right hand side of the turnpike road from Milford to Haslemere, and Limekiln Field (about 4 acres and 2 roods) and Bridge Field (about 2 roods) on the left hand side of the said turnpike road, for 'the use of the Poor House and employment of the poor of the said Parish of Witley'

Agreement for lease of 10 acres on Thursley Common [for erection of a workhouse]  PWD/10/3/2  11 May 1821

One paper deed

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford House, Esq, Lord of the Manor of Witley, and (2) John Hawkins of Thursley, Surrey, Esq, and John Knowles of Thursley, gent, Visitor and Guardian of the Poor of the Parish of Thursley, for lease of a piece of land of about 10 acres on Thursley Common, adjoining lands of the said John Hawkins called Willrede for 'the use and employment of the poor of the said Parish of Thursley [erection of a workhouse?]

Deeds relating to conveyance of part of Pen Mead, Thursley, for the improvement of the turnpike road from Kingston upon Thames to Sheetbridge  PWD/10/4  1828-1829

3 deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to conveyance to the Trustees of the 'Lower District' of the turnpike road from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, to Sheetbridge near Petersfield, Hampshire, of the part of Pen Mead, Thursley, marked out for the piece of road from Rodborough to the public house near the end of Road Lane, and arrangements to erect a new public house on the road to replace the Half Moon Inn near the Hammer Ponds in the occupation of Mrs Frances Moon

Agreement between Philip Barker Webb, John Herron (the occupier) and the turnpike trustees  PWD/10/4/1  16 April 1828

One paper deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford, Esq, by Robert Smith Webb, Esq, his Agent, (2) John Herron of Thursley, Surrey, silk manufacturer, and (3) John Leech, John Knowles and Robert Moline, Esqs, three of the turnpike trustees

Lease and release from Philip Barker Webb and John Herron (the occupier) to the turnpike trustees  PWD/10/4/2  1 & 2 October 1829

Two parchment deeds, one with 1 seal, one with 5

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Philip Barker Webb of Milford, Esq, by Robert Smith Webb, Esq, his Agent, (2) John Herron of Thursley, Surrey, silk manufacturer, and (3) three of the turnpike trustees

Agreement relating to alterations to a cottage of John and Ann Matthew abutting to the wall of Milford House  PWD/10/5  3 January 1831

One paper deed

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Robert Smith Webb of Milford House, Esq, and (2) John Matthew of Guildford, Surrey, butcher, and Ann Matthew of Guildford, spinster, relating to alterations to a cottage of John and Ann Matthew abutting to the wall of Milford House

Agreement to let the Red Lion Inn at Milford to Edward Mandeville for nine years  PWD/10/6  30 March 1832

One paper deed

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Robert Smith Webb of Milford House, Esq, as agent on behalf of his brother, Philip Barker Webb, Esq, and (2) Edward Mandeville of Milford, victualler, to let for nine years the Red Lion at Milford, with the newly erected brewhouse, other outbuildings and garden.
Rent £52 10 shillings per annum

Admission of George Alan, Viscount Midleton, to three pieces of land of the Manor of Witley acquired by his late father from John Stilwell's executors  PWD/10/7  8 March 1839

One parchment deed

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the Manor of Witley, Surrey, being an admission at the Court Baron (Philip Barker Webb Lord of the Manor) of the Right Honourable George Alan Lord Viscount Midleton (by Henry Marshall of Godalming, Surrey, gent, his attorney) as heir to his father, George, Lord Midleton, to a piece of land (about 25 rods) on Moushill Green, formerly part of the waste, adjoining on the north to a piece of land formerly part of the waste granted to Joseph Clissold, on the west to a garden late of John Stilwell and since of George Lord Midleton, and on the east to the road from Moushill to Witley; and a piece of ground (about 15 rods) late part of the waste, formerly lying under the hedge of the meadow late of John Stilwell and now of Lord Midleton and now enclosed and laid into the said meadow formerly in the ocupation of Thomas Bowler and now of Lord Midleton; and a piece of ground (about 3 rods) part of the waste, adjoining to a cottage late of John Stilwell and since of Lord Midleton

Deeds relating to a cottage with garden and land in Combe Common, on Collis Hill, and a close of land called Prestall Garden, all in Chiddingfold  PWD/11  1669-1748

7 deeds

Contents:
Deeds relating to a cottage with garden and 2 acres of land adjoining in Combe Common, on Collis Hill, and a close of land called Prestall Garden (about 1 acre) all in the parish of Chiddingfold, copyhold of the Manor of Combe Brabes

Settlement on the marriage of Geoge Billinghurst of Wisborough Green and Jane Courtnersh of Chiddingfold  PWD/11/1  11 December 1669

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Settlement between (1) John Courtnersh of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) George Billinghurst of Wisborough Greene, Sussex, mercer, being the settlement on the marriage of Geoge Billinghurst and Jane Courtnersh, daughter of John Courtnersh.
Property described as a cottage with garden and a close of land about 1 acre called Prestall Garden, both late in the occupation of Robert Kerne

Lease and release by John and Edward Packham, heirs of Geoge Billinghurst, to Henry Welland of Chiddingfold  PWD/11/2  9 & 10 September 1726

Two parchment deeds with 2 seals each

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Packham of East Grinstead, Sussex, yeoman, and Edward Packham his only son and heir by Jane his late wife, only daughter and heir of George Billinghurst late of Wisborough Greene, Sussex, mercer, and (2) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, yeoman
Property described as a cottage with garden and close of land adjoining (about 2 acres), and a close of land called Prestall Garden (about 1 acre), both in the occupation of Francis Gravet and Robert Lawrence

Lease and release by Henry Welland of Chiddingfold to William Elliott of Chiddingfold  PWD/11/3  18 & 19 March 1733

Two parchment deeds with one seal each

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, yeoman, Lord of the Manor of Combe Brabis, and (2) William Elliott of Chiddingfold, husbandman.
Property described as a messuage, part whereof is newly built, with garden and close of land adjoining (about 2 acres) and a close of land called Prestall Garden (about 1 acre), both in the occupation of the said Henry Welland and William Elliott

Mortgage to Thomas Billinghurst of Witley  PWD/11/4  19 July 1740

One parchment deed with one seal

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) William Elliott of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) Thomas Billinghurst of Witley, Surrey, yeoman.
Property described as a messuage, part whereof is newly built, with garden and close of land adjoining (about 2 acres), and a close of land called Prestall Garden (about 1 acre), both in the occupation of William Elliott, jnr, and John Lewis

Assignment of the mortgage to John Glashier of Haslemere  PWD/11/5  29 March 1748

One parchment deed with one seal

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage between (1) Thomas Billinghurst of Midhurst, Sussex, carpenter, (2) William Elliott of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (3) John Glashier of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman

Deeds relating to a messuage and garden in Ripley in the parish of Send, Surrey, settled on Robert Glasier on his marriage to Katherine Smart in 1644  PWD/12  1644-1734

14 deeds and one bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to the part of a messuage and garden in Ripley in the Parish of Send, Surrey, settled on Robert Glasier on his marriage to Katherine Smart in 1644, formerly in the occupation of Thomas Avelin, and later of John Farley, snr, tailor, divided from the messuage adjoining which was in the occupation of Mary Stiles, widow, and later of Elizabeth Stout, widow

Settlement on the marriage of Robert Glasier, snr, and Katharine Smart, daughter of Thomas Smart of Ripley, victualler  PWD/12/1  20 June 1644

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Settlement between (1) Thomas Smart of Ripley, victualler, and (2) Tobyas Gethyn of Ripley, clarke, and John Bowell of Send, yeoman, of the part of a messuage and garden in Ripley, in the occupation of Thomas Avelin, divided from the messuage adjoining which is now in the occupation of Mary Stiles, widow, being the settlement on the marriage of Robert Glasier, snr, and Katharine Smart, daughter of Thomas Smart.

Mortgage between John Glasier of Ripley and Jeremiah Legatt of Send  PWD/12/2  2 September 1687

One parchment deed with seal appended, one paper bond

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) John Glasier of Ripley, butcher, and (2) Jeremiah Legatt of Send, miller, of the part of a messuage and garden in Ripley, formerly in the occupation of Thomas Avelin, now of John Farley, snr, taylor, divided from the messuage adjoining which was in the occupation of Mary Stiles, widow, now of Elizabeth Stoute, widow
With Bond to perform covenants

Further mortgage between John Glasier and Jeremiah Legatt  PWD/12/3  5 July 1690

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Further mortgage between (1) John Glasier of Ripley, butcher, and (2) Jeremiah Legatt of Send, miller

Lease and release between John Glazier of Ripley and George Glazier of Cobham  PWD/12/4  15-16 February [1726]

Two parchment deeds with one seal each

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Glazier of Ripley, butcher, and (2) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher.
The property described as being in the occupation of John Glazier and the adjoining property of Elizabeth Stout, widow

Assignment of the mortgage of 2 September 1687 to Thomas Remnant of Cobham  PWD/12/5  16 February [1726]

One parchment deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 2 September 1687, between (1) Henry Pawley of Ripley, gent, executor of the wills of Jeremiah Legatt of Send, miller, and Susannah his wife (2) John Glazier of Ripley, butcher, (3) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher, and (4) Thomas Remnant of Cobham, yeoman

Assignment of the mortgage to Mary Melsham of Wandsworth  PWD/12/6  7 April 1726

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage between (1) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher, and (2) Mary Melsham of Wandsworth, Surrey, widow

Deeds relating to settlement of the messuage in Ripley and fields in Cobham called Millfield  PWD/12/7  1725 & 1729

One deed and 2 final concords

Contents:
Deeds relating to settlement of 2 closes of land in Cobham called the Millfield, about 10 acres, between the lands in the occupation of John Steanning on the east and west, the river on the south, and the common called Cobham Tilt on the north, in the occupation of William Mearsh, and the messuage in Ripley, now in the occupation of Edward Steavens.

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  PWD/12/7/1  8 February [1729]

One parchment deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine between (1) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher, and Katherine his wife, and (2) John Covert of Cobham, yeoman, of the Millfield in Cobham and the messuage in Ripley; the land in Cobham to the use of John Covert and the mesuage in Ripley to the use of George Glazier

Final concord between John Covert and Henry Clarke of the moiety of a share in the rectory of Cobham  PWD/12/7/2  [February 1725]

One parchment final concord

Contents:
Final concord between (1) John Covert and (2) Henry Clarke and Elizabeth his wife, of the moiety of one twenty-fifth of the rectory of Cobham alias Coveham

Final concord between John Covert and Henry Clarke of the moiety of a share in the rectory of Cobham  PWD/12/7/3  [February 1729]

One parchment final concord

Contents:
Final concord between (1) John Covert and (2) George Glasier and Katherine his wife, of a messuage, a garden, 10 acres of land and one acre of meadow in Ripley and Cobham

Lease and release between George Glazier and Richard Withall of Guildford  PWD/12/8  6 & 7 August 1733

Two deeds with one seal each

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher, and (2) Richard Withall of Guildford, innholder.
The property described as being in the occupation of Edward Stevens

Assignment of the mortgage between John Webb and Mary Webb, formerly Melsham, and Richard Withall of Guildford  PWD/12/9  8 October 1733

One deed with two seals

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage between (1) John Webb of Wandsworth, Surrey, collermaker, and Mary his wife (formerly Mary Melsham, widow), and (2) Richard Withall of Guldeford [Guildford], innholder.
The property described as being in the occupation of William Stevens

Assignment of the mortgage to John Mabanke of Ripley  PWD/12/10  12 January [1734]

One deed with five seals

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage between (1) George Glazier of Cobham, Surrey, butcher, and Richard Withall of Guldeford [Guildford], innholder, (2) Peter Flutter of Guldeford, grocer, (3) John Chatfield of Ripley, gent, and (4) John Mabanke of Ripley, gent.

Deeds relating to a messuage, garden, orchard and land in Hambledon, Surrey  PWD/13  1671-1740

9 deeds and one bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to a messuage in Hambledon, Surrey, and the garden, orchard and backside thereto belonging and adjoining, containing about 30 rodds of ground, and part of the gateroom belonging and adjoining to the messuage, divided from the other part of the gateroom [in 1671] from the north side of the tenement to the highway

Bargain and sale to William Ellyott of Busbridge from John Chitty of Chiddingfold and Elizabeth Chitty of Hambledon  PWD/13/1  17 January [1671]

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) John Chitty, snr, of Headly or Heathley {Headley], Hampshire, yeoman, and John Chitty of Chiddingfold, Surrey, husbandman, son and heir of the late John Chitty of Hambledon, yeoman, and Elizabeth Chitty of Hambledon, widow, and (2) William Ellyott of Busbridge in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, esq, relating to a messuage, garden and barn and four closes of land adjoining, containing about 5 acres, in Hambledon, Surrey, in the occupations of the said Elizabeth Chitty, Francis Billinghurst and Grace Jackman, widow

Release to Elizabeth Chitty of Hambledon and John Chitty of Chiddingfold  PWD/13/2  27 April 1671

One parchment deed with seal pendant

Contents:
Release (lease missing) between (1) William Ellyott of Busbridge in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, esq, and (2) Elizabeth Chitty of Hambledon, widow, and John Chitty of Chiddingfold, Surrey, of the messuage, and part gateroom, in the occupation of the said Elizabeth Chitty, to be held of Ellyott as Lord of the Manor of Hambledon, Ellyott to repair fances on the highway, the Chitties to repair those around the garden

Mortgage between Elizabeth Chittey of Hambledon and John Chittey of Bramley, and William Cooko of Chiddingfold  PWD/13/3  17 December 1671

One parchment deed with 2 seal tags (seals missing)

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Elizabeth Chittey of Hambledon, widow, and John Chittey of Bramley, Surrey, husbandman, and (2) William Cooko of Chiddingfold, Surrey, husbandman, of the messuage, garden, orchard and the backside adjoining, of the messuage and part gateroom, in the occupation of the said Elizabeth Chittey

Assignment of the mortgage to John Balchin of Vanhurst, Bramley, Surrey  PWD/13/4  19 October 1692

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage, between (1) Alice Taylor of Gosforde [Gosford] in the parish of Kidlington, Oxfordshire, widow, sister and administratrix of William Cuckowe late of Hambledon, husbandman, and (2) John Balchin of Vanhurst in the parish of Brambley [Bramley], Surrey, yeoman

Lease and release between John Chitty, now of London, sawyer, and William Coles of Hambledon, bricklayer  PWD/13/5  9 & 10 May 1694

Two parchment deeds, each with one seal, and one parchment bond
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Chitty, now of London, sawyer, formerly of Bramley, Surrey, and before of Chiddingfold, Surrey, and (2) William Coles of Hambledon, bricklayer, of the messuage and part gateroom, in the occupation of Richard Chitty.
With Bond to perform covenants

Assignment of the mortgage to Richard Coles of Catteshall in trust for William Coles of Hambledon  PWD/13/6  10 May 1694

One parchment deed with five seals
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage, between (1) Arnold Quenell of Thornecombe Streete [Thorncombe Street] in the parish of Shalford, Surrey, yeoman, and Rebecca his wife, late the widow of John Balchin of Thornecombe Streete, yeoman, deceased, and John Chitty, now of London, sawyer, (2) Richard Coles of Catteshull [Catteshall] in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, husbondman, and (3) William Coles of Hambledon, bricklayer

Mortgage between Richard Lambert of Hambledon, carpenter, and John Kirn of Chiddingfold, Surrey, husbandman  PWD/13/7  25 September 1734

One parchment deed with seal
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Richard Lambert of Hambledon, carpenter, and (2) John Kirn of Chiddingfold, Surrey, husbandman, of the messuage and part gateroom, in the occupation of Edward Mills

Assignment of the mortgage of 1734 to Stephen Eede of Ewhurst  PWD/13/8  9 February [1740]

One parchment deed with three seals
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 1734, between (1) John Kirn or Karn of Chidingfold [Chiddingfold], Surrey, husbandman, (2) Richard Lambert of Hambledon, carpenter, and (3) Stephen Eede of Ewhurst, Surrey, of the messuage and part gateroom, in the occupation of Richard Punter

Deeds relating to the sale by James Mashborne, cleric, of a farm and lands in Chiddingfold called Combhouse and part of Dickhurst  PWD/14  1683-1726

9 deeds and one bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to the sale by James Mashborne, cleric, of a farm and lands in Chiddingfold called Combhouse and part of Dickhurst, 70 acres in all, part of the estate of Henry Gardiner

Deeds recording Henry Gardiner's acquisition of Purdickes, Combe and Gaston, all in Chiddingfold  PWD/14/1  1683

Three parchment deeds

Contents:
Deeds recording Henry Gardiner's acquisition of a messuage called Purdickes and 8 closes of land belonging to it (28 acres) in the tenure of Robert Kerne, a farm called Combe and 40 acres of land, in the tenure of James Holloway, and 3 crofts called Gaston near the Common called the Lith, with a barn built upon part, all in the parish of Chiddingfold.

Assignment of mortgages to Thomas Newton of Stoke next Guildford in trust for Henry Gardiner of Guildford  PWD/14/1/1  26 March 1683

One parchment deed with three seal tags (seals missing)

Contents:
Assignment of mortgages dated 1654-[1658], between (1) William Streete of London, gent, son and heir of William Streete late of Shalford, Surrey, gent, deceased, (2) Thomas Newton of Stoke next Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, esq, and (3) Henry Gardiner of Guldeford, son and executor of the will of Richard Gardyner, late of Guldeford

Lease and release from William Streete of London to Henry Gardiner of Guildford  PWD/14/1/2  27 & 28 March 1683

Two parchment deeds with one seal tag each (seals missing)

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Streete of London, gent, and (2) Henry Gardiner of Guldeford, grocer

Bond to perform covenants between James Mashborne and Henry Welland  PWD/14/2  22 June 1714

One paper bond
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond between (1) James Mashborne of Leigh, Kent, cleric, and (2) Henry Welland of Witly [Witley], Surrey, yeoman, to perform covenants in a deed of even date

Lease for 9 years between James Mashborne and Henry Welland  PWD/14/3  20 July 1717

One parchment deed with one seal
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Lease for 9 years between (1) James Mashborne of Leigh, Kent, cleric, and (2) Henry Welland of Witly [Witley], Surrey, yeoman.
Property in the occupation of Thomas Elliott.
Rent £20 per annum

Agreement between James Mashborne and Henry Welland for conveyance of the property, in which James Mashborne has only a life interest  PWD/14/4  20 July 1717

One parchment deed with seal
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Agreement between (1) James Mashborne of Leigh, Kent, cleric, and (2) Henry Welland of Witly [Witley], Surrey, yeoman, that James Mahborne will join with the first child of himself and his late wife Elizabeth to come of age, to convey the property, in which James Mashborne has only a life interest, to Henry Welland.

Final concord between Henry Welland and Henry Brooke, and James Mashborne and Philip Mashborne  PWD/14/5  [January 1726]

One parchment deed
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Final concord between (1) Henry Welland and Henry Brooke and (2) James Mashborne, cleric, and Philip Mashborne, gent

Lease and release between James Mashborne and Phillip Mashborne and Henry Welland and Henry Brooke  PWD/14/6  1 & 2 February [1726]

Two parchment deeds with two seals each
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) James Mashborne of Barming, Kent, cleric, and Philip Mashborne, a student at University College, Oxford, eldest son of James by his former wife Elizabeth, who before her marriage was Elizabeth Gilham, widow, and previously Elizabeth Bowsheere, and (2) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Henry Brooke of Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, bargemaster
Note: Phillip Mashborne signs his name 'Philip'

Counterpart release between James Mashborne and Phillip Mashborne and Henry Welland and Henry Brooke  PWD/14/7  1 & 2 February [1726]

One parchment deed with two seals
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Counterpart release between (1) James Mashborne of Barming, Kent, clerk, and Philip Mashborne, a student at University College, Oxford, eldest son of James by his former wife Elizabeth, who before her marriage was Elizabeth Gilham, widow, and previously Elizabeth Bowsheere, and (2) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Henry Brooke of Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, bargemaster

Deeds relating to the title to Combe House in Chiddingfold, Surrey  PWD/15  1613-1762

8 deeds, 1 copy deed and 1 sheet of accounts

Contents:
Deeds relating to the title to Combe House in Chiddingfold, Surrey

Copy of the marriage settlement of John Osborne, jnr, son of John Osborne, snr, of Chidingfold, to Johan Gould, daughter of William Gould of Dunsfold  PWD/15/1  [1613]

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Copy of gift between (1) John Osborne, snr, of Chedingefolde [Chiddingfold], Surrey, yoman, and (2) Roberte Quennell of Chedingefolde, yoman, and William Billinghurst of High Billinghurst in the parish of Shalford, Surrey, yoman, as trustees, of a messuage with barns, stables and orchards in Chedingefold in the tenure of John Osborne, snr, and all his lands in the parishes of Chedingefolde and Whitley [Witley], apart form a cottage with eight acres of land in Chedingefolde in the tenure of John Lawborne and an annuity of 10 shillings out of land now Stephen Peito in the parish of Witley, being the settlement upon the marriage of John Osborne, jnr, son of John Osborne, snr, to Johan Gould, daughter of William Gould of Dunfolde [Dunsfold], Surrey, yoman
Dated 20 August, 43 Elizabeth I [1601]

Grant by John Osborne, jnr, of his reversionary interest in the property settled on him  PWD/15/2  2 February [1613]

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Grant between (1) John Osborne, jnr, of Wisborowe Greene [Wisborough Green], Sussex, yoman, son and heir apparent of John Osborne, snr, of Chedingfolde [Chiddingfold], Surrey, yoman, and (2) John Peito of Pound in the parish of Chedingfolde, yoman, of the reversionary interest of John Osborne, jnr, in the property in Chiddingfold and Witley settled on him at marriage

Covenant to levy a fine, to assure to John Strete of Shalford the property and rights conveyed to him by the Osbornes and by the widow of John Peyto  PWD/15/3  26 September [1618]

One parchment deed with 4 seal tags, but only one seal (and one part of a broken seal)

Contents:
Bargain and sale, surrender and covenant to levy a fine, between (1) John Osborne snr, of Chiddingfold, yoman, John Osborne, jnr, of Grene, Sussex, son and heir apparent of John Osborne, snr, and Stephen Rapley of Chiddingfold, yoman, and Elizabeth his wife, late wife of John Peyto late of Pound in the parish of Chiddingfold, and (2) John Strete of Shalford, Surrey, gent, of the Osborne property in Chiddingfold, the reversion of which had been sold by Elizabeth Rapley (then Peyto) in her widowhood, and has now come to John Strete. She had also sold to him a parcel of land of about six acres, part of Holmeland alias Bynsides, and three closes of land and pasture called Gastons containing about fifteen acres, in Chiddingfold, and after their marriage she and Stephen Rapley had sold to him other lands in Chiddingfold called Burgaynes Field, the Pond Close, Farnye Hanger & Knighthams, containing about nineteen and a half acres, and another close of land called Shorters Garden alias Katches, about three and a half acres, all part of the inheritance of John Peyto

Release by Elizabeth Peytoe of Chiddingfold to John Streete of Shalford  PWD/15/4  10 April [1630]

One parchment deed with (broken) seal appended

Contents:
Release by (1) Elizabeth Peytoe, one of the daughters and coheirs of John Peytoe, late of the Pound in Chiddingfold, yoman, deceased, to (2) John Streete of Shalford, Surrey, gent, of rights in the messuages in Chiddingfold and Whitley the reversions of which had been bought by John Peytoe, and lands in Chiddingfold called Holmeland, Bynnesides, Gaston, Burgaines Field, the Pond Close, Farily Hanger, Shorters Garden and Knightams, purchased by John Streete from Stephen Rapley and Elizabeth his wife

Bargain and sale of half of the Manor of Combe Brabys and lands in Chiddingfold from Elizabeth, one of the heirs of John Peytoe, to John Courtnershe  PWD/15/5  13 July [1632]

One parchment deed of two skins, with seal appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale from (1) Elizabeth Peytoe of Chiddingfold, spinster, one of the daughters and coheirs of John Peytoe of Pounde, to (2) John Courtnershe of Chiddingfold, yoman, of a moiety of the property inherited from her father by herself and her sister Anne, now wife of John Courtnershe, the property being the Manor of Combe, alias Brabys, alias Combe Brabys, alias Combe Brabeof, and lands and houses in Chiddingfold: a piece of land containing about twelve acres, called the Lieth; and a cottage and close of land containing three acres, lying together in the Lieth in the tenure of John Heather; and a messuage, two barns, one curtilage, two gardens, one orchard and lands called Sygars alias Poundhouse, and Hookelands, containing about thirty acres, and a close of land called the Bynneside, about two acres, adjoining the orchard, all in the tenure of Stephen Rapley; and a piece of land called Dickhurst Lande containing about twenty acres

Quitclaims re legacies under the will of Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, gent  PWD/15/6  1743, 1762

Four deeds and a sheet of accounts

Contents:
Quitclaims re legacies under the will of Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, gent, dated 9 February 1741. One large deed covered all the legacies, but some of the parties did not sign, and so were required to sign individual quitclaims (PWD/15/6/2-3), and one legacy was for life, with reversion to descendents on death (PWD/15/6/5)

Quitclaim re legacies under the will of Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, gent  PWD/15/6/1  1 April 1743

1 parchment deed with 32 seals (but only 29 signatures)

Contents:
Quitclaim re legacies under the will of Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, gent, between (1) William Diddlesfold the elder of Hascomb [Hascombe], Surrey, yeoman, and William Diddlesfold the younger of Hascomb, yeoman, his son, Thomas Grevatt of Wisborough Green, Sussex, yeoman, William Grevatt of Wildwood in the Parish of Albury, Surrey, yeoman [both of whom sign the name 'Gravatt'], John Field of Bramley, Surrey, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, Richard Worsfold of Crandley [Cranleigh], Surrey, carpenter, Thomas Old of Chertsey, Surrey, gardener, and Elizabeth his wife, Robert Boxall of Esher, Surrey, gardener, son of the late Robert Boxall of Lisse [Liss], Hampshire, husbandman, Henry Wheeler of Tongham, Surrey, carpenter, and Mary his wife, Thomas Collins of Selbourn [Selborne], Hampshire, collar maker, and Elizabeth his wife, John Wheeler of Farnham, Surrey, carpenter, Anthony Snelling of Farnham, Surrey, gardener, and Anne his wife (nee Wheeler), Mary Wheeler of Farnham, spinster, John Valler the elder of Lisse, husbandman, John Valler of Chiddingfold, husbandman, William Valler of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman, and Thomas Valler of Lisse, husbandman (the three sons of John Valler, snr), a nameless husbandman of Waltham, Hampshire, and Mary his wife, Robert Pink of Trotton, Sussex, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife, John Trigg of Lisse and Joan his wife, John Osborne of Chiddingfold, husbandman, and Anne his wife (Mary, Elizabeth, Joan and Anne being the daughters of John Valler snr), Richard Lunn of Thursley, Surrey, yeoman, John Boxall of Chiddingfold, husbandman, William Boxall of Chiddingfold, husbandman, and William Osmer the elder of Chiddingfold, surgeon, and (2) Richard Diddlesfold and Thomas Diddlesfold of Chiddingfold, gentlemen, the executors.

Quitclaim re legacies by Robert Read of Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, husbandman, and, Mary his wife (daughter of John Valler)  PWD/15/6/2  2 May 1743

One paper deed with two seals

Contents:
Quitclaim re legacies by Robert Read of Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, husbandman, and, Mary his wife (daughter of John Valler)

Quitclaim of legacies by John Field of Bramley, yeoman, widower of Elizabeth, late kinswoman of Thomas Valler  PWD/15/6/3  20 June 1743

One paper deed with seal

Contents:
Quitclaim of legacies by John Field of Bramley, Surrey, yeoman, widower of Elizabeth, late kinswoman of Thomas Valler

Account of monies paid to legatees under the will of Thomas Valler  PWD/15/6/4  1 April 1743

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Account of monies paid to legatees under the will of Thomas Valler

Quitclaim re legacies, by George Legg of Witley, John Legg of Witley and Thomas Newman of Frensham and Elizabeth his wife (nee Legg)  PWD/15/6/5  21 April 1762

One parchment deed with four seals

Contents:
Quitclaim re legacies payable upon the death of their father, by George Legg of Witley, Surrey, yeoman, John Legg of Witley, yeoman, and Thomas Newman of Frensham, Surrey, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife (George, John and Elizabeth being the children of George Legg late of Witley, Surrey, yeoman, since deceased, by his wife Elizabeth, kinswoman of Thomas Valler)

Deeds relating to mortgages on Gaston Lands, Whitethorne (or Whitehorne) Farm and the Birchetts (or Burchetts) in Chiddingfold, Surrey  PWD/16  1670-1732

9 deeds and 2 sheets of paper

Contents:
Deeds relating to mortgages on three closes of land containing about 12 acres called Gaston or Gaston Lands in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey, near the common called the Lith, in the occupation of John Peytoe, a farm and lands called Whitethorne (or Whitehorne) and the Birchetts (or Burchetts), in the occupation of John Moorer, then of Robert Kerne and in 1670 of John Kerne, containing about 80 acres, in the parishes of Witley and Chiddingfold, and a messuage called Purdicks with its eight closes of land containing about 24 acres, in the occupation of the said John Kerne, in the parish of Chiddingfold, mortgaged in 1664 by William Streete of Shalford, Surrey, to James Woods, Citizen and tallowchandler of London

Mortgage between Anthony Smith of Stoke next Guildford and James Woods of London  PWD/16/1  23 June 1670

One parchment deed with seal appended, and one folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Anthony Smith of Stoke next Guldeford [Guildford], Surrey, carpenter, and (2) James Woods, Citizen and tallowchandler of London
With an undertaking by James Woods to 'deliver upp to John Payne Mr Streets mortgage and all other writings concerning the same'

Assignment of the mortgage of 1664 between Andrewe and Jane Hooke of Farncombe, Surrey, and John Roberts of Witley, Surrey, cleric  PWD/16/2  25 June 1689

One parchment deed with two seals appended

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 1664, between (1) Andrewe Hooke of Farnecombe [Farncombe], Surrey, malster, and Jane Hooke of Farnecombe, widow, his mother, and relict and executrix of Frauncis Hooke late of Farnecombe, yeoman, and (2) John Roberts of Witley, Surrey, clerke

Assignment of the mortgage, settlement on the marriage of John Roberts and Margaret Bridger  PWD/16/3  1 August 1689

One parchment deed of two skins, with four seals appended

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 1664, between (1) John Roberts of Witley, Surrey, clerke, and Margarett his wife, lately called Margarett Bridger, and (2) Richard Bridger of Godalming, Surrey, gent, and Henry Roker of Witley, yeoman, being the marriage settlement of John Roberts and Margarett Bridger

Lease and release between William Streete of Wonersh and John Roberts of Witley  PWD/16/4  10 & 11 October 1690

Two parchment deeds, each with seal appended, and one folded sheet of paper with seal

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Streete of Wonersh, Surrey, gent, son and heir of William Streete late of Shalford, Surrey, gent, and (2) John Roberts of Witley, Surrey, clerke
With receipt for the sum of £5

Assignment of the mortgage of 1664 to Elizabeth Colvill of Horsham  PWD/16/5  4 August 1727

One parchment deed of two skins, with four seals

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 1664, between (1) Henry Roker of Godalming (but sometime of Whitley [Witley]), Surrey, yeoman, (2) Henry Balchin of Guldeford [Guildford], mealeman, and Margarett his wife, late Margarett Roberts spinster, only daughter and heir of John Roberts of Whitley, clerke, and Margarett his wife, both deceased, (and 3) Elizabeth Colvill of Horsham, Sussex, widow, of Whitehorne, the Burchetts and Purdickes all now in the occupation of Henry Welland (the three closes called Gastons having been sold to Christopher Lee)

Assignment of the mortgage of 1664 to Henry Welland of Chiddingfold  PWD/16/6  6 June 1732

One parchment deed of two skins, with two seals

Contents:
Assignment of the mortgage of 1664, between (1)Henry Roker of Witley, Surrey, gent, son and executor of the will of Henry Roker of Godalming (but sometime of Witley), yeoman, (2) Margarett Balchin of Guldeford [Guildford], widow and executrix of the will of Henry Balchin late of Guldeford, mealeman, only daughter and heir of John Roberts of Witley, clerke, and Margarett his wife, both deceased, and (3) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman, of Whitehorne and the Burchetts in the occupation of Henry Welland, and Purdickes, now in the occupation of John Mackarell (the Burchetts and Purdickes having been sold)

Lease and release between Margarett Balchin of Guldeford and Henry Welland of Chiddingfold  PWD/16/7  7 & 8 June 1732

Two parchment deeds, each with seal

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) Margarett Balchin of Guldeford [Guildford], widow and relict of Henry Balchin late of Guldeford, mealeman, only daughter and heir of John Roberts of Witley, clerk, and Margarett his wife, both deceased, and (2) Henry Welland of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of Whitehorn in the parish of Witley, in the occupation of the said Henry Welland

Deeds relating to cottages on Ridgely Common, Chiddingfold, formerly copyhold of Godalming Manor  PWD/17  [c.1682]-1787

One will, one copy of court roll, 3 deeds and 2 bonds

Contents:
Deeds relating to property described in 1751 as a messuage divided into two tenements, and the garden and piece of land adjoining, containing about one acre and a quarter, in Ridgely Common in the Parish of Chiddingfold, formerly copyhold of Godalming Manor. In 1751 they were in the occupations of Thomas Combes, William Boxall and William Chalcroft, and had been bought in 1740 by Thomas and Mary Mercer of Chiddingfold from Thomas and Sarah Turner of Chiddingfold

Will of John Marden of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman  PWD/17/1  [c.1682]

One paper will with seal

Contents:
Will of John Marden of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman, leaving all his goods and chattells to his son George Marden, apart from bequests of twelve pence each to his son John and his wife Ester

Admission of Thomas Turner of Chiddingfold  PWD/17/2  8 October 1729

One parchment copy of court roll
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Admission at a court of Godalming Manor of Thomas Turner of Chiddingfold, carpenter, to copyhold cottage in Ridgeley Common which John Marden had inherited from the late Richard Marden

Release of the equity of redemption, between John Marden of Chiddingfold and Thomas Turner of Chiddingfold  PWD/17/3  29 December 1731

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Release of the equity of redemption in copyhold cottage in Ridgeley Common, between (1) John Marden of Chiddingfold, butcher, nephew and heir of Richard Marden late of Chiddingfold, and (2) Thomas Turner of Chiddingfold, carpenter, to whom the cottage was mortgaged in 1728

Counsel's opinion on whether Thomas Mercer and Mary his wife may sell the property to William White without levying a fine  PWD/17/4  20 October 1752

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Counsel's opinion, by L Robinson of Lincoln's Inn, on whether Thomas Mercer and Mary his wife may, by virtue of the terms of their purchase from Thomas Turner, sell the property to William White without levying a fine

Mortgage between Thomas Mercer of Chiddingfold and Mary his wife, and Jonathan Gibbs of Chiddingfold  PWD/17/5  15 August 1751

One parchment deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Thomas Mercer of Chiddingfold, carpenter, and Mary his wife, and (2) Jonathan Gibbs of Chiddingfold, hoop-shaver

Mortgage and bonds relating to money borrowed by Edward Farley of Chiddingfold from John Denyer of Haslemere, Surrey  PWD/17/6  1786-1787

One parchment deed, 2 bonds

Contents:
Mortgage and bonds relating to money borrowed by Edward Farley of Chiddingfold from John Denyer of Haslemere, Surrey

Mortgage between Edward Farley of Chiddingfold and John Denyer of Haslemere  PWD/17/6/1  26 August 1786

One parchment deed with seal and one paper bond with seal

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Edward Farley of Chiddingfold, husbandman, and (2) John Denyer of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman. The tenements formerly in the occupations of Thomas Dibble and James Eade, now of the said Edward Farley and Henry Cooper
With bond for repayment and for performance of covenants

Bond in £40 for repayment of further £20 borrowed  PWD/17/6/2  26 December 1787

One paper bond with seal

Contents:
Bond in £40 for repayment of further £20 borrowed, between (1) Edward Farley of Chiddingfold, husbandman, and (2) John Denyer of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman.

Deeds relating to the lands called Dickhurst in Chiddingfold, Surrey, which were settled in 1691 on William Courtnesse of Hurstpierpoint  PWD/18  1691-1718

Five deeds and one bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to of land in Chiddingfold, Surrey, called Dickhurst, containing about 20 acres, bounding on the highway from Combe Common to Haslemere to the south and west, on lands also called Dickhurst, which were in 1691 of the Widow Vallour and in 1717 of Thomas Valler, to the north, and on lands of Henry Gardner to the east

Marriage settlement of William Courtnesse and Susanna Swaine, both of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex  PWD/18/1  18 December 1691

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Release (lease missing) between (1) William Courtnesse of Chiddingfold, yeoman, (2) William Marchant of Hurstperpointe [Hurstpierpoint], Sussex, yeoman, and (3) William Courtnesse of Hurstperpointe, mercer, son and heir apparent of the said William Courtnesse, and Susanna Swaine of Hurstperpointe, spinster, of Dickhurst, in the occupation of William Elliott, being the settlement on the marriage of the said William Courtnesse, jnr, and Susanna Swaine

Counterpart of PWD/18/1  PWD/18/2  18 December 1691

One parchment deed with 3 seals appended

Contents:
Counterpart of PWD/18/1

Lease and release between William and Susanna Courtness of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, and their sons, and Henry Welland of Witley, Surrey  PWD/18/3  17 & 18 March [1718]

Two parchment deeds with 4 seals each, paper deed with 2 seals and paper bond with 3 seals

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Courtness, snr, of Hurstperpoint [Hurstpierpoint], Sussex, mercer, son and heir of William Courtness late of Haslemere, Surrey, yeoman, and Susanna his wife, and John Courtness of Southwarke [Southwark], Surrey, mercer, and William Courtness, jnr, of Southwarke, woollen draper, sons of William Courtness snr, and (2) Henry Welland of Witley, Surrey, yeoman, of Dickhurst, now in the occupation of the said Henry Welland and including a barn built thereon.
With agreement for the sale, 4 December 1717, and bond for quiet possession, 18 March [1718]

Deeds relating to land called Durnfords, and a messuage and land called Ridgers, in Chiddingfold, Surrey  PWD/19  1628-1732

10 deeds and a bond

Contents:
Deeds relating to a piece of land and a meadow, both called Durnfords, and a messuage called Ridgers, and two pieces of land thereunto belonging called Ridgers and Sarelands, all in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey

Deeds showing William Marden's title to Durnfords  PWD/19/1  1628-1641

Three deeds

Contents:
Deeds showing William Marden's title to a piece of land called Durnfords, about 5 acres, bounded by the lane leading from Ridgeley Common towards Coome [Combe] to the east, the lands of Anne Diddlesfold to the west and the lands of John Marden to the north, and a meadow called Durnfords, about an acre and a half, between lands of Richard Burrowe to the east and north, Ridgeley Common towards the south and the lane from the Common to Combe to the west, which lands were bought in 1616 by Thomas Bradfold from William Peytoe of Wonersh

Bargain and sale between Thomas Bradfold and Henrry and Johane Penycodd, and Phillipp Mellershe  PWD/19/1/1  23 June 1628

One parchment deed with 2 seal tags, only one seal

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Thomas Bradfold of Catshull [Catteshall] in the parish of Godalmynge [Godalming], Surrey, and Henrry Penycodd of Cittinghurst [Sydenhurst] in the parish of Chiddingfold, yoman, and Johane his wife, and (2) Phillipp Mellershe of Farnecombe [Farncombe] in the parish of Godalmynge, yoman
Includes guarantees of freedom from claims for dower, etc, from Johane wife of Henry Penycodd, Margaret wife of William Peytoe and Agnis Tanner alias Foott, mother of William Peytoe

Bargain and sale between Phillipp and Margarett Mellershe and John Marden  PWD/19/1/2  9 March [1630]

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Phillipp Mellershe of Farnecombe [Farncombe] in the parish of Godalmynge, yoman, and Margarett his wife, and (2) John Marden, snr, of Chiddingfold, yoman

Bargain and sale between John and Margarett Marden and William and Johane Marden  PWD/19/1/3  24 March [1641]

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) John Marden, snr, of Chiddingfold, carpenter, and Margarett his wife, and (2) William Marden of Chiddingfold, carpenter, and Johane his wife.
Property described as a piece of land, meadow and pasture called Durnefords, containing about 5 acres, one part lying on one side of the lane leading from Ridgeley Common towards Coombe Common, and another part on the other side of the lane, the whole bounded by the lands of Edward Marden, the lands of William Diddlesfold, other land of John Marden, snr, and the land of the said William Marden

Bargain and sale between William Didlesfolde and John Marden, jnr, of messuage called Ridgers and lands called Ridgers and Sarelands  PWD/19/2  25 September 1650

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) William Didlesfolde of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, yeoman, and (2) John Marden, jnr, of Chedingfolde [Chiddingfold], carpenter, of a messuage called Ridgers and two pieces of land thereunto belonging called Ridgers and Sarelands, containing about 32 acres, in the occupation of Margarett Kidgell, which descended to the said William Didlesfold by the will of his grandmother, Anne Didlesfold of Hascombe, widow

Settlement between John Marden, snr, and Richard Baker and Thomas Valler of Cotes, Ridgers, Dumford and Heyfould to the use of John Marden jnr  PWD/19/3  10 June 1666

One parchment deed with 2 (damaged) seals appended

Contents:
Settlement between (1) John Marden, snr, of Chiddingfould [Chiddingfold], carpenter, and (2) Richard Baker of Chiddingfould, yoman, and Thomas Valler of Chiddingfould, mercer, of a messuage, barns, stables, gardens, orchards, lands,etc, called Cotes, containing about 12 acres, closes of land called Ridgers containing about 16 acres, 2 closes of land called Dumford, containing about 4 acres and 5 closes of land called Heyfould, containing about 15 acres, all in Chiddingfould in the occupation of the said John Marden, to be held to the use of his son, John Marden of Chiddingfould

Deed declaring the uses of a fine, settling Ridgers and Dumford to the use of John Marden, snr, and after his death to the use of Peter Marden  PWD/19/4  2 July 1706

One parchment deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Deed declaring the uses of a fine, between (1) John Marden, snr, of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Katherine his wife, (2) John Fulham of the Middle Temple, London, esq, and (3) Peter Marden of Alfold, Surrey, weaver, of closes of land called Ridgers containing about 16 acres and 2 closes of land called Dumford, all in Chiddingfold in the occupation of the said John Marden, to be held to the use of the said John Marden for life, and after his death to the use of the said Peter Marden

Lease and release of Ridgers and Durnfords, between John Marden, Peter Marden and Sarah his wife, and John Mellersh of Chiddingfold  PWD/19/5  2 July 1706

Two parchment deeds with 3 seals each, one paper bond with 3 seals

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Marden of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Peter Marden of Alfold, Surrey, weaver, and Sarah his wife, and (2) John Mellersh of Chiddingfold, blacksmith, of closes of land called Ridgers, bounded by the lands of Thomas Eliot on the south and west, the lands of Richard Marden on the north and Ridgly Common on the east, and 2 closes of land called Durnfords, either side of a way from Ridgly Common towards Coomb Common, adjoining Ridgers on the south side, the whole containing about 20 acres, in the occupation of the said John Mellersh
With bond for performance of covenants

Mortgage between John Mellersh, snr, and John Mellersh, jnr, of messuage and lands called Ridges and Dunfords  PWD/19/6  4 June 1729

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) John Mellersh, snr, of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) John Mellersh, jnr, of Chiddingfold, yeoman, his eldest son and heir, of a messuage, barn, shop, garden, orchard and closes of land called Ridges and Dunfords, containing about 22 acres, late in the occupation of the said John Mellersh

Agreement between John Mellershand Thomas Valler, both of Chiddingfold, to convey messuage and lands called Ridgers and Durnford  PWD/19/7  22 February [1732]

One paper deed with 2 seals

Contents:
Agreement between (1) John Mellersh of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) Thomas Valler of Chiddingfold, yeoman, to convey a messuage, barn, smiths shop, gardens, orchards, granary and 6 closes of land called Ridgers and Durnford, containing about 20 acres, in the occupations of the said John Mellersh and Richard Mellersh

Papers relating to the estates of Mary Hersey of Witley, Surrey, and her brother William Ford of Farnhurst, Sussex  PWD/20  1827-1854

Two deeds, letters of administration, 7 printed forms and 6 receipts

Contents:
Papers relating to the estates of Mary Hersey of Witley, Surrey, and her brother William Ford of Farnhurst, Sussex

Letters of administration of the estates of Mary Hersey, formerly of Witley, Surrey, but late of Farnhust, Sussex, widow  PWD/20/1  9 February 1827

Parchment letters of administration, seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the estates of Mary Hersey, formerly of Witley, Surrey, but late of Farnhust, Sussex, widow, granted to her nephew, William Ford

Settlement of Bank of England stock, formerly of Mary Hersey, on trustees to the use of Mary Ford of Farnhurst, widow  PWD/20/2  29 March 1827

One paper deed

Contents:
Settlement between (1) William Ford of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman, Richard Mills of Farnhurst, Sussex, labourer, and Mary his wife, Thomas Rolfe of Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, bricklayer, and Elizabeth his wife, Edmund Southen of Petersfield, Hampshire, chaisedriver, and Anne his wife, Maria Ford of Blackheath, Kent, spinster, Charles Hayes of Woolwich, Kent, marine, and Harriet his wife, Henry Berry of Farnhurst, labourer, and Louisa his wife, and (2) William Howick of Farnhurst, farmer, and William White of Farnhurst, blacksmith, of £423 14s capital share or stock in the 3% consolidated bank annuities of the Bank of England, formerly the property of the late Mary Hersey, to be held by the trustees to the use of Mary Ford of Farnhurst, widow, mother of the parties of the first part, and to be sold after her death, the produce to be distributed amongst the parties of the first part

Accounts on the printed forms of the Stamp Office, showing the disbursement of the monies arising from the estate of Mary Hersey  PWD/20/3  1827

Nine printed paper forms

Contents:
Accounts on the printed forms of the Stamp Office, showing the disbursement of the monies arising from the estate of Mary Hersey

Receipts of monies by the nieces and nephews of Mary Hersey  PWD/20/3/1  17 April 1827

Six paper forms

Contents:
Receipts of monies by the nieces and nephews of Mary Hersey, Mary the wife of Richard Mills, Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Rolfe, Anne the wife of Edmund Southen, Maria Ford, Harriet the wife of Charles Hayes, and Louisa the wife of Henry Berry

Account of the personal estate of Mary Hersey  PWD/20/3/2  1 May 1827

One paper form

Contents:
Account of the personal estate of Mary Hersey, exhibited by William Ford of Haslemere, Surrey

Settlement between the children of John Ford of Farnhurst and his surviving executor, for payment of that part of the legacy due to his grandson  PWD/20/4  11 May 1854

One paper deed and 7 receipts

Contents:
Settlement between (1) William Ford of Haslemere, Surrey, husbandman, Richard Mills of Farnhurst, Sussex, labourer, and Mary his wife, Elizabeth Rolph of Bromley, Kent, widow, Edmund Southen of Petersfield, Hampshire, chaisedriver, and Ann his wife, Maria Penfold of Bromley, widow, Charles Hayes of Bromley and Harriet his wife, and Louisa Berry of Farnhurst, widow, and (2) William Howick of Farnhurst, yeoman, for payment of that part of the legacies under the will, 9 February 1826, of William Ford of Farnhurst, Sussex, husbandman, after the death of his widow, Mary Ford, due to his grandson John Gage Gibbens Ford, divided between his other heirs due to the supposed death without issue of J G G Ford
With receipts from each child of William and Mary Ford

Conveyances of a messuage, barn, turf house and an acre and a half of land in Worplesdon Common, conveyed in 1803 by Henry Howard to William Howard  PWD/21  1820-1824

Three deeds

Contents:
Conveyances of a messuage, barn, turfhouse and about one acre and a half of land in Worplesdon Common, Surrey, (between the dwelling-houses formerly of Robert Ash and Henry Dabourn or Daborn), sometime since the inheritance of, and in the occupation of, John Moody, late in the occupation of John Stovell, since of John Baker, afterwards of Thomas Searle, in 1820 of William Howard and Joseph Tucker, and in 1824 of Thomas Patrick and James Cooke, which was conveyed in 1803 by Henry Howard, farmer, to William Howard and James Dedman, to the use of William Howard and his heirs

Lease and release from William Howard and his trustee to Thomas Patrick of Shalford and his trustee  PWD/21/1  17 & 18 July 1820

Two parchment deeds, one with 2 seals, one with 3

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) William Howard, formerly of Woking, Surrey, now of Worplesdon, husbandman, (2) James Dedman of Woking, husbandman, (3) Thomas Patrick of Shalford, Surrey, gent, and (4) Joseph Tucker of Worplesdon, husbandman, to the use of William Howard and his heirs

Release (lease missing) from Thomas Patrick to Sarah Bullen of Worplesdon  PWD/21/2  23 September 1824

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Release (lease missing) between (1) Thomas Patrick, formerly of Shalford, Surrey, now of Worplesdon, gent, and (2) Sarah Bullen of Worplesdon, spinster

Papers relating to the estate of Sarah Butcher of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, formerly of Scotsland in the parish of Bramley, Surrey  PWD/22  1821-1854

6 deeds, letters of administration, 6 forms and 14 sheets of paper

Contents:
Papers relating to the estate of Sarah Butcher of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, formerly of Scotsland in the parish of Bramley, Surrey, widow, who died 27 November 1821

Discharges and receipts relating to payments of legacies under the will of Sarah Butcher  PWD/22/1  1824-1854

5 deeds and 2 official forms

Contents:
Discharges and receipts relating to payments by the surviving executor, William Eager of Wipley in the parish of Wonersh, Surrey, gent, of legacies under the will of Sarah Butcher to her children John Hunt Butcher, Elizabeth the wife of George Norton, Mary Butcher, Sarah the wife of John Ironside, Ann the wife of Thomas Blaiklock, and Sukey the wife of George Matthew Burchell

Receipt for legacy to John Hunt Butcher and Sarah his wife  PWD/22/1/1  21 February 1824

One folded paper form

Contents:
Form of receipt and discharge for gift or legacy by way of annuity to John Hunt Butcher and Sarah his wife, under the will of Sarah Butcher

Release and discharge from the children of Elizabeth Norton  PWD/22/1/2  5 November 1835

One folded paper deed

Contents:
Release and discharge from Elizabeth Norton of Guildford, Surrey, spinster, Ann Norton of Guildford, spinster, William Norton of Guildford, gent, and George William Cottam of Herne Hill in the parish of Lambeth, Surrey, esq, and Mary his wife, to William Eager, for their legacy paid upon the death of their mother on 24 August 1834

Release and discharge from the children of Ann Blaiklock  PWD/22/1/3  30 January 1839

One folded paper deed

Contents:
Release and discharge from John Blaiklock of the General Post Office, London, esq, and David Blaiklock of the Bank of England, esq, to William Eager, for their legacy paid upon the death of their mother on 18 October 1838

Release and discharge from the nieces and nephews of Sarah Ironside  PWD/22/1/4  6 March 1841

One folded paper deed

Contents:
Release and discharge from Elizabeth Norton of Guildford, Surrey, spinster, Ann Norton of Guildford, spinster, William Norton of No 11 South Square, Grays Inn, Middlesex, gent, George William Cottam of Camberwell, Surrey, esq, and Mary his wife, John Blaiklock of the General Post Office, London, esq, David Blaiklock of the Bank of England, esq, Susan Burchell of Guildford, spinster, James Snatt of Godstone, Surrey, saddler, and Caroline his wife, Edmonds Chandler of Brighthelmstone [Brighton], Sussex, gent, and Helen his wife, and Jane Burchell, Mary Burchell, Ruth Burchell and Hester Burchell, all of Brighthelmstone, spinsters, to William Eager, for their legacy paid upon the death of their aunt Sarah Ironside on 15 January 1840

Release and discharge from the widow and daughters of John Hunt Butcher  PWD/22/1/5  29 July 1842

One folded paper deed

Contents:
Release and discharge from Sarah Butcher of Richmond in van Diemans Land [Tasmania, Australia] but temporarily resident at Brompton, Middlesex, widow, and Harriet Butcher, Jane Butcher and Martha Butcher, all of Richmond in van Diemans Land, spinsters, to William Eager, for their legacy paid upon the death of John Hunt Butcher on 20 March 1839

Release and discharge from the nieces and nephews of Mary Butcher  PWD/22/1/6  7 April 1849

One folded paper deed

Contents:
Release and discharge from Henry Harrison of Southsea, Hampshire, esq, and Elizabeth his wife, Frederic Deacon of Southsea, esq, and Ann his wife, William Norton of South Square, Grays Inn, Middlesex, gent, George William Cottam of Dartmouth Row, Blackheath, Kent, esq, and Mary his wife, John Blaiklock of the General Post Office, London, esq, David Blaiklock of the Bank of England, esq, Susan Burchell of Brighthelmstone [Brighton], Sussex, spinster, James Snatt of Godstone, Surrey, saddler, and Caroline his wife, Edmonds Chandler and Helen his wife, and Jane Burchell, Mary Burchell, Ruth Burchell and Hester Burchell, all of Brighthelmstone, spinsters, to William Eager, for their legacy paid upon the death of their aunt Mary Butcher on 11 January 1848

Inland Revenue legacy receipt for payment to the children of John Hunt Butcher  PWD/22/1/7  4 June 1854

One folded paper form

Contents:
Inland Revenue legacy receipt for payment to the children of John Hunt Butcher

Copies of entries in civil and parish registers relating to the family of Ann Blaiklock (nee Butcher)  PWD/22/2  1827, 1838

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Copies of register entries relating to the family of Ann, daughter of Sarah Butcher and wife of Thomas Blaiklock:
Her own death in the Saint Peter's District of Saint Mary Newington, Surrey, 1838
Baptism record of her son John in the Parish of St Mary Staining in the City of London, 1801
Baptism record of her son David in the Parish of St Mary Newington, Surrey, 1803

Letters of attorney from Sarah Butcher of Lowlands and three of her children to William Leech and Charles McLachlan  PWD/22/3  7 April 1851

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Letters of attorney from Sarah Butcher of Lowlands near Richmond in Van Diemens Land [Tasmania, Australia], widow, and John Hunt Butcher late of Lowlands but now of Portland Bay in the Colony of South Australia, esq, Caroline Butcher of Lowlands, spinster, and Edward William Burchell Butcher of Lowlands, esq, three of the children of Sarah by her late husband John Hunt Butcher, to William Leech of Great St Helens in the City of London, merchant, and Charles McLachlan of St Helens Place in the City of London, merchant, to receive the shares of the said children of Sarah Butcher of the legacies under the will of Sarah Butcher (described here as 'of Park Hatch, Surrey')
With witness statement from William Thomas Parramore of Anglewood near Richmond, attested by Joseph Allport, Notary Public of Van Diemens Land

Assignment of moneys due to them, by Sarah Butcher, Caroline Butcher and Edward William Burchell Butcher to William Leech upon trust  PWD/22/4  19 May 1853

One parchment deed of 2 skins, and 2 paper documents

Contents:
Assignment between (1) Sarah Butcher of Lowlands near Richmond in Van Diemens Land [Tasmania, Australia], widow, Caroline Butcher of Lowlands, spinster, and Edward William Burchell Butcher of Lowlands, esq, (2) William Leech of Great St Helens in the City of London, merchant, and (3) William Eager of Whipley [Wipley] in the parish of Wonersh, Surrey, gent, John Evershed of Albury, Surrey, yeoman, and William Messenger of Bramley, Surrey, yeoman, executors of the will (12 July 1848) of the late William Eager of Whipley, of the moneys owed to Caroline Butcher and Edward William Burchell Butcher, expectant on the decease of Sarah Butcher their mother.
With declarations by Sarah Butcher and by William Thomas Parramore of Anglewood near Richmond, Van Diemen's Land

Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of Sarah Anne Butcher, amnd legacy receipt for payment to Sarah Butcher  PWD/22/5  1853, 1855

Four folded paper forms

Contents:
Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of Sarah Anne Butcher, late of Lowlands near Richmond in Van Diemans Land [Tasmania, Australia], who died 24 May 1835, and legacy receipt for payment to her mother Sarah Butcher
With undated drafts (?) of each

Letters of administration of the goods of Sarah Anne Butcher, granted to William Leech  PWD/22/6  11 January 1854

Parchment letters of administration with seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods and effects in Great Britain of Sarah Anne Butcher, late of Lowlands near Richmond in van Diemen's Land [Tasmania, Australia], granted to William Leech

Accounts and receipts pertaining to that part of the estate which was bequeathed to John Hunt Butcher and his children  PWD/22/7  1854

Eight folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Accounts and receipts pertaining to that part of the estate which was bequeathed to John Hunt Butcher and his children

Letter to Percy Woods from Smallpeice Sons & Smallpeice, re the claim by Mrs John Hunt Butcher to a share in the legacy  PWD/22/8  2 December 1873

Two sheets of paper

Contents:
Letter to Percy Woods from Smallpeice Sons & Smallpeice, re the claim by a Mrs John Hunt Butcher to [her husband's?] share in the legacy.
With draft of Woods's reply

Papers pertaining to the estate of the late John Cuming of Greys Wood in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey  PWD/23  1854-1861

Letters of administration, 3 inventories, 1 printed form, 39 sheets or slips of paper

Contents:
Papers pertaining to the estate of the late John Cuming of Greys Wood in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey

Letters of administration of the goods of John Cuming, late of Greys Wood in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey, esq, granted to his widow  PWD/23/1  5 May 1855

Parchment letters of administration with seal appended, one folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods and effects of John Cuming, late of Greys Wood in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey, esq, granted to his widow, Anna Frances Cuming
With rough 'instructions' November 1854

Inventories and valuations of the goods of John Cuming, with accounts and receipts  PWD/23/2  [1855-1856]

3 paper inventories, 36 bills and receipts

Contents:
Inventories and valuations of the goods of John Cuming, including schedules of debts
With accounts and receipts of debts paid, including for the burial and to William Aylwin, Stephen Charge [including funeral expenses], Stephen Harding, coal merchant of Haslemere, Charles Stenning, John Hitchcock, James Combes, J Mann, James Weeks, James Puttock, H Edgeler, C Bridger, F Recklass, C H Binstead of Portsmouth, solicitor and notary, Stedman & Sons of Godalming, D Plant (the Noted T Shop [of Farnham?]), the White Lion Hotel, Guildford, Thomas Johnson for fees as Magistrate's clerk, Edward Mackeson of Lincoln's Inn, a year's rent of Grey's Wood House and payment of tithes, poor rates and Land Tax

Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of John Cuming  PWD/23/3  6 May 1861

One folded paper form, 2 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of John Cuming
With draft of register entry

Papers pertaining to the trusts established in 1821 by George Matthew Burchell and Sukey his wife  PWD/24  1833-1859

2 deeds, 1 letter of authority, 3 letters, 1 sheet of accounts, 1 memorandum

Contents:
Papers pertaining to the moneys arising from the sale of Scotsland Farm to Joseph Godman, conveyed in 1821 by George Matthew Burchell, gent, and Sukey his wife to Henry Woods of Godalming, Surrey, gent, and George Chandler of Bramley, Surrey, gent, in trust with reversion to the children of Mr and Mrs Burchell

Papers relating to Helen Chandler's share in the trust funds  PWD/24/1  1833-1859

1 deed, 1 letter of authority, 2 letters

Contents:
Papers relating to Helen Chandler's share in the trust funds

Settlement on the marriage of Helen Burchell and Edmonds Chandler  PWD/24/1/1  22 May 1833

One parchment deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Helen Burchell of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, spinster, (2) Edmonds Chandler of Guildford, Surrey, gent, and (3) Charles John Woods of Godalming, Surrey, gent, and William Marsh of Guildford, Surrey, linen draper, of Helen Burchell's share in the trust funds, being the settlement on the marriage of Helen Burchell and Edmonds Chandler.

Letter of authority allowing the funds to be invested in a foreign country if Sukey Burchell were to reside abroad  PWD/24/1/2  22 May 1833

One paper document

Contents:
Letter of authority from Helen and Edmonds Chandler allowing the funds to be invested in a foreign country if Sukey Burchell were to reside abroad

Two letters from H J Clearstall(?) to Charles James Woods re payments on the account of 'Mr & Mrs Edmonds Chandler & Burchell's Estate'  PWD/24/1/3  1858, 1859

Two paper letters

Contents:
Two letters from H J Clearstall(?) to Charles James Woods re payments on the account of 'Mr & Mrs Edmonds Chandler & Burchell's Estate'

Papers relating to Caroline Snatt's share in the trust funds  PWD/24/2  1845-1852

1 deed, 1 sheet of accounts, 1 letter, 1 memorandum

Contents:
Papers relating to Caroline Snatt's share in the trust funds

Memorandum from James Snatt undertaking to pay interest on money borrowed from Caroline Snatt's share  PWD/24/2/1  28 May 1845

1 paper memorandum

Contents:
Memorandum from James Snatt undertaking to pay interest on £100 borrowed from Caroline Snatt's share

Letter from James Snatt [to Charles James Woods] asking for 'a security on the balance' of Caroline Snatt's share  PWD/24/2/2  25 February 1851

1 paper letter

Contents:
Letter from James Snatt [to Charles James Woods] asking for 'a security on the balance' of Caroline Snatt's share

Acknowledgement by James Snatt of Godstone, Surrey, saddler, and Caroline his wife of receipt from the trustees of £136 10 shillings  PWD/24/2/3  10 August 1852

1 paper deed, 1 sheet of paper accounts

Contents:
Acknowledgement by James Snatt of Godstone, Surrey, saddler, and Caroline his wife of receipt from Charles James Woods of Godalming, gent, and Arthur Chandler of Paternoster Row, London, gent, the Trustees of the trust, of the sum of £136 10 shillings, paid to enable the family to emigrate to Australia, which together with previous sums received, totalling £564, is Caroline Snatt's share of the trust monies
With account of monies previously advanced

Conveyances and mortgage of a messuage called Palshotts and closes called Smithsland, Crosscrofts and Bramblecroft, in Chiddingfold, Surrey  PWD/25  1546-1675

7 deeds

Contents:
Conveyances and mortgage of a messuage called Palshotts and closes of land and pasture called Smithsland, Crosscrofts and Bramblecroft, in Chiddingfold, Surrey

Bargain and sale between Walter Venables and John Mower, of Smithsland, Bramble Croftes and Cross Croftes  PWD/25/1  7 March 1546

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Walter Venables of Chedyngfold [Chiddingfold] and (2) John Mower of Crannley [Cranleigh], Surrey, of four crofts of land and pasture called Smythelond, between the road leading to Joursley (?) on the south, a croft and a wood of the said Walter on the east, and a mead called the Churchemede on the north; a messuage and garden plot and crofts called Bramble Croftes and Crosse Croftes, now in the occupation of Thomas Milles

Gift to Richard Mower, younger son of John Mower, of Smythesland, Bramblecrofte and Crosscrofte  PWD/25/2  31 December 1549

Two parchment deeds, sewn together, one with seal appended, one with seal missing
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Gift between (1) John Mower of Knanherst [Nanhurst] in the parish of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, yeoman, and (2) Richard Mower, his younger son, of a messuage and garden and two crofts of land called Bramblecrofte and Crossecrofte, and four crofts of land and pasture called Smythesland, between the road leading to Joursley (?) on the south, a croft of land of Walter Venables on the east, and a meadow called le Churchemede on the north
With appointment of John Tamvorth of Cranley, yeoman, and John Mower, elder son of John Mower of Knanherst, as attorneys

Bargain and sale between William Mower and Thomas Mellershe, of Palshottes, Smithslande, Bramble Croftes and Crosse Croftes  PWD/25/3  29 April 1636

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) William Mower of Heighe Upfoldes in the parish of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, yoman, and Anne his wife, and (2) Thomas Mellershe of Grapham [Grafham] in the parish of Dunsfold, Surrey, yoman, of a messuage, barn, curtilage and garden and little croft of land called Palshottes, about half an acre, a close called the Bramble Croftes, about four acres, three closes called Crosse Croftes, about 7 acres, and four closes called Smithslande, about 11 acres, all in the occupation of Peter Bartue

Bargain and sale between Thomas Mellershe and Thomas Chalcroft, of Palshotts, Smithslande, Bramble Croftes and Crosse Croftes  PWD/25/4  11 October 1649

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Thomas Mellersh of Grapham [Grafham] in the parish of Dunsfold, Surrey, yoman, and (2) Thomas Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yoman, of a messuage, garden, orchard and little croft of land called Palshotts, about half an acre, a close called the Bramble Croftes, about four acres, three closes called Crosse Croftes, about 7 acres, and four closes called Smithes land, about 11 acres

Bargain and sale between Thomas Chalcroft and Nicholas Chalcroft and William Chalcroft, of Palshottes  PWD/25/5  28 September 1655

One parchment deed with 2 seal tags (one seal broken, one missing)

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Thomas Chalcroft, jnr, of Chiddingfold, yoman, and (2) Nicholas Chalcroft, husbandman, and William Chalcroft, shereman, both of Chiddingfold, of a messuage, garden, orchard and little croft of land called Palshottes, about half an acre, between the road leading to Petworth on the east, the churchyard on the north, and the lands of Robert Ellyott and the tenement and garden of Thomas Mills on the west

Mortgage between Thomas Chalcroft, John Fielder and Richard Chalcroft, and Henry Baker, of Crosscrofts and Smythslands  PWD/25/6  8 October 1675

One parchment deed (seals and seal tags missing)

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Thomas Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, John Fielder of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and Richard Chalcroft of Chiddingfold, yeoman, and (2) Henry Baker of Chiddingfold, yeoman, of three closes of land or pasture called Crosscrofts, about 7 acres, and four closes called Smythslands, about 11 acres, in the tenure of Henry Lickfold

Admission of Lucy Smith to a messuage in the tything of Hale End in the Manor of Woking  PWD/26  13 September 1838

One parchment copy of court roll
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Admission at a court of the Manor of Wokeing [Woking] of Lucy Smith, to a messuage with barns, stables, garden and orchard and about 12 acres of land in the tything of Hale End, upon the death of John Kemp who had been admitted tenant together with James Stedman, since deceased, on 4 July 1800

Settlements of shares of Oxenford and Oxenford Park on Chesterton Fox of Milford, Surrey, and Francis, Lord Holles  PWD/27  1677, 1681

2 parchment deeds

Contents:
Settlements of shares of Oxenford and Oxenford Park [established by deed of 5 July 1660 on the death of Dame Anne Randyll] on Chesterton Fox of Milford, Surrey, and Francis, Lord Holles

Release by trustee of interest in one third of Oxenford and Oxenford Parke to Chesterton Fox of Milford, Surrey, on his attaining the age of 21  PWD/27/1  13 September 1677

One parchment deed with seal tag appended (seal missing)

Contents:
Release by (1) Arthur Onslow of West Clandon, Surrey, esq, to (2) Chesterton Fox of Milford, Surrey, gent, son of Sir Henry Fox of Hurst, Salop [Shropshire], by Mary his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of John Chesterton, esq, deceased, with the agreement of (3) the said Henry Fox, of his interest in one third of the messuage called Oxenford and the park called Oxenford Parke, in the parish of Witley, Surrey, and diverse messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Oxenford, Witley, Esheinge [Eashing], Milford, Elsted and Pepper Harrow [Peper Harow], all in Surrey

Release by Chesterton Fox of Godalming, Surrey, to Francis, Lord Holles, of the latter's two-thirds part of Oxenford and Oxenford Parke  PWD/27/2  10 June 1681

One parchment deed with seal tag appended (seal missing), and parchment schedule attached

Contents:
Release (lease missing) between (1) Chesterton Fox of Godalming, Surrey. gent, and (2) the Right Honourable Francis Lord Holles, Baron Holles of Ifield, of Lord Holles's two thirds part of the messuage called Oxenford or Oxenford Grainge, and the park called Oxenford Parke, containing about 400 acres, in the parishes, villages and hamlets of Oxenford, Witley, Eashinge [Eashing], Milford, Elsted and Pepperharrowe [Peper Harow], all in Surrey, being the part lying on the west side of a certain old watercourse or stream running from the Forked Pond to Bagmore Corner, and from thence between part of the lands hereby bargained and sold to Lord Holles and the lands of Thomas Shudd, and from thence to the old river, containing about 300 acres and in the occupations of Lord Holles, Francis Payne, Henry Roker, Edward Peytoe and John Lucas.
Includes schedule of property, which names many of the fields

Common recovery by Roger Ayling and Henry Ayling, against Robert Boxall, of two messuages and land in Okehanger and Bramshott [in Hampshire]  PWD/28  28 November 1649

One parchment deed (seal and seal tag missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Common recovery by (1) Roger Ayling and Henry Ayling, against (2) Robert Boxall of two messuages two gardens 90 acres of land, 10 acres meadow and 80 acres of pasture, in Okehanger and Bramshott [in Hampshire]

Probate of the will (5 July 1858) of Ann Newman, wife of Richard Newman of Godalming, Surrey, gent  PWD/29  29 November 1860

One parchment note of probate with seal, copy will annexed, and 2 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Probate of the will (5 July 1858) of Ann Newman (nee Franklin), wife of Richard Newman of Godalming, Surrey, gent, leaving her property as arranged by indenture of 15 March 1841, to her husband, or, if he predease her, in trust to Charles John Woods of Godalming, gent, and Richard Newman of Tulse Hill, Brixton, Surrey, grocer, to the use of her daughter Agnes the wife of William Frackleton
With list of deeds, and acknowledgement of their receipt by E H Moscrop of Godalming

Settlement between Alfred Thomas Chandler and Charles John Woods of Godalming, Surrey, and Arthur Chandler of London, of Corner Farm, Chiddingfold  PWD/30  31 August 1857

One parchment deed with 2 seals

Contents:
Settlement between (1) Alfred Thomas Chandler of Godalming, Surrey, surgeon, (2) Charles John Woods of Godalming, gent, and (3) Arthur Chandler of Paternoster Row, London, gent, of Corner Farm, about 114 acres, in the parish of Chiddingfold, Surrey, which was bought by parties 1 & 2 of Thomas Manfield Halliday of Brighthelmstone [Brighton], Sussex, by indenture of 10 August 1853, and was heretofore in the occupation of William Chase, afterwards in succession, of John Child, Archibald Quennell, Arnold Quennell, John Peachey, Benjamin Kidd, and the said Thomas Manfield Halliday, and now of the said Alfred Thomas Chandler and Charles John Woods and their tenant William Freemantle

Marriage settlement of William Attfield of Witley, carpenter, and Mary Ann Martin of Thursley  PWD/31  19 December 1845

One paper deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Assignment between (1) William Attfield of Witley, Surrey, carpenter, (2) Mary Ann Martin of Thursley, Surrey, spinster, and (3) George Charman Haines of Stroud in the parish of Witley, esq, and Charles John Woods of Godalming, gent, of an annuity of £50 left to Mary Ann Martin under the will (17 August 1830) of John Stilwell, late of Thursley, and of household goods listed in a schedule, in trust as settlement upon the marriage of parties 1 & 2

Papers relating to the purchase by Mary Musgrave of Elstead, Surrey, of a cottage, garden, and adjoining piece of land at Pot Common, Elstead  PWD/32  1825-1847

One deed, one will, one memorandum and one receipt

Contents:
Papers relating to the purchase by Mary Musgrave of Elstead, Surrey, spinster, of a cottage and garden at Pot Common in the Parish of Elstead, copyhold of the Manor of Farnham, and an adjoining piece of land, from William Legg of Peper Harow, Surrey, carpenter

Will of Sarah Legg, the wife of George Legg of Elstead, Surrey, labourer  PWD/32/1  3 December 1825

One paper will with seal

Contents:
Will of Sarah Legg, the wife of George Legg of Elsted [Elstead], Surrey, labourer, leaving the north end of a cottage divided into 2 tenements, with the north part of the garden adjoining, in the tithing of Elsted, which she and her husband had surrended at a court of the Manor of Farnham on 30 September 1825 (Sarah Coles, widow, who was entitled to the said premises for her life, having died), to the use of the husband and after his death to the use of their son William Legg, subject to the payment of £30 to their daughter Sarah, the wife of William May

Receipt by Sarah May of the sum of £30 from William Legg  PWD/32/2  13 December 1847

One slip of paper

Contents:
Receipt by Sarah May of the sum of £30 from her brother William Legg

Conveyance from William Legg to Mary Musgrave of a piece of land to the north of Pot Common  PWD/32/3  13 December 1847

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Conveyance from (1) William Legg of Peperharow [Peper Harow], Surrey, carpenter, only son and heir of George Legg late of Elstead, Surrey, labourer, deceased, and Sarah his wife, also deceased, who was the only child and heir of William Coles late of Elstead, deceased, to (2) Mary Musgrave of Elstead, spinster, of a piece of land about 40 rods near Pot Common, in the occupation of Frederick May, adjoining other lands of William Legg, copyhold of the Manor of Farnham, which he is about to surrender to the said Mary Musgrave, and bounded on the east partly by a messuage and premises of William Legg of Elstead, shopkeeper, and on the south partly by Pot Common or the road by the same.
Consideration: £18

Memorandum of an agreement between William Legg and Mary Musgrave, for sale of cottage  PWD/32/4  13 December 1847

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between (1) William Legg of Peperharow [Peper Harow, Surrey], and (2) Mary Musgrave of Elstead, for sale of cottage and small piece of ground at or near Pot Common, copyhold of the Manor of Farnham, at the price of £62

Papers relating to the estate of John Dibble of Godalming, Surrey, shoemaker  PWD/33  [1852]-1854

One copy will, one Inland Revenue residuary account, two deeds of attorney

Contents:
Papers relating to the estate of John Dibble of Godalming, Surrey, shoemaker, who died on 27th November 1852. Dibble's executor, Samuel Haines, died before Dibble, and the will was proved by Dibble's sister Mary Ann Wilkinson

Copy of the will, 21 August 1841, of John Dibble  PWD/33/1  [1852]

One copy will, two legacy receipts

Contents:
Copy of the will, 21 August 1841, of John Dibble of Godalming, shoemaker, directing that his property should be divided into three equal parts, one part to go to John Farnden of Godalming, shoemaker, one to Jane Farnden, jnr, sister of John Farnden, and one to Dibble's own sister Mary Ann Wilkinson of Wonersh, and appointing as executor Samuel Haines of Godalming, surgeon.
With Inland Revenue legacy receipts from John Farnden and Jane the wife of Samuel Richardson, 27 November 1852

Power of attorney from Samuel Richardson, jnr, and Jane his wife, to Samuel Richardson, snr, and Charles John Woods, to receive legacy  PWD/33/2  22 July 1853

One paper deed, one receipt

Contents:
Power of attorney from Samuel Richardson, jnr, late of Godalming, Surrey, carpenter, but now of Chilwell near Geelong in the Colony of Australia, and Jane his wife, formerly Jane Farnden spinster, to Samuel Richardson, snr, of Godalming, wharfinger, and Charles John Woods of Godalming, gent, to receive their legacy.
With receipt, 13 May 1854

Power of attorney from John Farnden to Jane Farnden, widow, and Samuel Richardson, snr, to receive legacy  PWD/33/3  28 September 1853

One paper deed, one receipt

Contents:
Power of attorney from John Farnden, late of Godalming, Surrey, shoemaker, but now of Angaston near Adelaide in South Australia, to Jane Farnden of Godalming, widow, and Samuel Richardson, snr, of Godalming, wharfinger, to receive his legacy.
With receipt, 13 May 1854

Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of John Dibble  PWD/33/4  20 May 1854

One folded paper form

Contents:
Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate of John Dibble

Mortgage between Sarah Peacock of Godalming and Henry Horatio Woods of a share of the residuary estate under the will of Ann Briant of Haslemere  PWD/34  2 March 1834

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) Sarah Peacock of Godalming, Surrey, spinster, and (2) The Reverend Henry Horatio Woods of Combe, Hampshire, clerk, of a share of the residuary estate under the will (31 January 1807) of Ann Briant, late of Haslemere, Surrey, spinster, Miss Briant's legacy to her cousin Ann Peacock (nee Ride) having descended to Mrs Peacock's children, John Peacock, Sarah Peacock, Ann Parson and Matilda Moon after the deaths of their parents

Bargain and sale between William and Joane Fairemanner and John Walker, of a piece of land, part of the Heath-Ball, in Heyshott, Sussex  PWD/35  10 March [1675]

One parchment deed with 2 seals appended, one parchment bond with seal
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Wiliam Fairemanner of the parish of Heyshott, Sussex, yoman, and Joane his wife, and (2) John Walker of Heyshott, taylor, of a piece of land, part of a piece of land called the Heath-Ball, containing about 2 acres, in the parish of Heyshott, between a piece of common ground formerly in the occupation of Nicholas Collyer and now in the occupation of Ann Collyer on the east, and the Common called Heyshott Common on the north, west and south.
With bond for performance of covenants

Probate of the will, 22 August 1827, of John Walker of Thursley, Surrey, shopkeeper  PWD/36  14 October 1835

One parchment note of probate with seal appended, parchment will attached

Contents:
Probate of the will, 22 August 1827, of John Walker of Thursley, Surrey, shopkeeper, leaving all his lands and premises in Thursley to his friends Richard Andrews of Thursley, mealman, and Thomas Mitchell of Thursley, carpenter, in trust to sell to provide an income for his wife Sarah for life, and after her death to pay the residue to his children Hannah, the wife of James Karn, Edward Walker, Sarah Walker, George Walker and James Walker, Edward to have the opportunity of purchasing the house in Thursley occupied by the testor, and George and James similarly with the leasehold messuage in 2 tenements at the Hatch in Thursley occupied by John Hone and Thomas Mitton

Bargain and sale between George Ellyott and Richard Onslowe, of messuage called Vanhurst and Thickens, in Shalford and neighbouring parishes in Surrey  PWD/37  7 February [1569]

One parchment deed with broken seal appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) George Ellyott of Shaldeforde [Shalford], Surrey, gent, son and heir of Thomas Ellyott late of Shaldeforde, gent, and (2) Richard Onslowe, esq, Solicitor General, of a messuage called Vanhurst and Thickens or Vanners and Thickings, and all other property of the late Thomas Ellyott in Shaldeforde, Brameley [Bramley], Thornecombe Strete [Thorncombe Street] and Godalmyne [Godalming], in the county of Surrey, in which Robert Bankes, gent, and Elizabeth his wife (late the wife of Thomas Ellyott) have for the term of the life of Elizabeth, containing about 120 acres, in the occupation of Henrie Balchine, husbandman

Assignment from John Bridger of Haslemere, taylor and shopkeeper, to his creditors, of leashold house in Haslemere, and all his stock, to pay debts  PWD/38  2 December 1722

One parchment deed with 5 seals

Contents:
Assignment from (1) John Bridger of the Borough of Haslemere, Surrey, taylor and shopkeeper, to (2) James Coleman of Haslemere, surgeon, John Bulcock of Southwark, Surrey, haberdasher, John Rawlins of Guildford, draper, and John Weale of Godalming, draper, trustees for themselves and for the rest of the creditors of the said John Bridger, of a messuage, stable, garden, gateroom, backside and orchard in the Borough of Haslemere, leased from Peter Balchin of St Ann's Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, tinman, and all the stock in trade, fixtures, household goods and furniture, and all moneys etc owing to John Bridger, to sell to raise money to pay off the debts of John Bridger

Mortgage between John Lee of Effingham, Surrey, and Thomas Greye of Wolbeding, Sussex, of Pleystowe or Moushill Farm in Moushill and Witley, Surrey  PWD/39  20 June 1654

One parchment deed with seal tag (seal missing)

Contents:
Mortgage between (1) John Lee of Effingham, Surrey, gent, and (2) Thomas Greye of Wolbeding, Sussex, esq, and his trustees, John Steward of Milland, Sussex, gent, and Thomas Crosfeild of Chichester, Sussex, gent, of a farm called Pleystowe or Moushill, and closes of land, meadow and pasture called Lyhams, Longcrofts, Ersleys and Bagmore, about 50 acres, in Moushill [Mousehill] and Witley in Surrey, in the occupation of Nicholas Pacye

Assignments of a mortgage on a piece of land in Catteshall Mead in the parish of Godalming, Surrey  PWD/40  1830, 1835

Two deeds

Contents:
Assignments of a mortgage of 24 June 1790 between Thomas Woods, gent, and Thomas Grant, innkeeper, on a piece of meadow land in Catteshall Mead in the parish of Godalming, containing one acre, one rood and 25 perches, and formerly in the successive occupations of Edmund Baxter, Henry Portsmouth Elphs and William Lee, bounded on the west by two pieces of copyhold land, formerly in the occupation of John Peacock, one of which was in 1830 in the holding of the trustees of the Godalming Subscription School, and on the east by the Turnpike road

Assignment from Henry Holland of Godalming to Thomas Binns of Essex Street, Strand  PWD/40/1  11 August 1830

One parchment deed with 4 seals

Contents:
Assignment between (1) Henry Holland of Godalming, Surrey, manufacturer of fleecy hosiery, (2) Richard Stedman of Godalming, watchmaker, (3) Benjamin Kidd of Godalming, mealman, and (4) Thomas Binns of No 20 Essex Street, Strand, gent.
The land now in the occupation of the said Benjamin Kidd

Assignment from Thomas Binns to Robert Davy of Ringwood, Hampshire  PWD/40/2  29 April 1835

One parchment deed with 5 seals (but only 3 signatures)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Assignment between (1)Thomas Binns of No 20 Essex Street, Strand, Middlesex, gent, (2) Benjamin Kidd of Godalming, Surrey, miller, (3) Samuel White Driver of Farncombe, Surrey, esq, and Waring Biddle of Longham, Hampreston, Dorset, esq, and (4) Robert Davy of Ringwood, Hampshire, gent

Bargain and sale between Thomas Neale, Anne Tipp and John Waker, all of Heyshott, Sussex, of a messuage in Heyshott called Southhouse, subject to rent  PWD/41  1 June 1665

One parchment deed with seal appended

Contents:
Bargain and sale between (1) Thomas Neale of Heyshott, Sussex, carpenter, and Anne Tipp of Heyshott, widow, and (2) John Waker of Heyshott, taylor, of a copyhold messuage with a barn, garden, orchard, backsides and a meadow plot adjoining containing about three quarters of an acre, adjoining the land of Mr Coldham on the east and the land of John Gosden on the west and abutting on the highway on the north, called Southhouse [in Heyshott], subject to payment of an annual rent of £2 to Anne Tipp for the remainder of her life

Letters of administration relating to the family of Thomas Davey of Godalming, Surrey  PWD/42  1840, 1853

Two parchment letters of administration

Contents:
Letters of administration relating to the family of Thomas Davey of Godalming, Surrey

Letters of administration of the goods of William Davey  PWD/42/1  30 April 1840

Parchment letters of administration, seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods of the late William Davey of Godalming, Surrey, shoemaker, granted to his brother Thomas Davey, upon the renunciation of Ann Davey, widow, mother and next of kin of the deceased

Letters of administration of the goods of Ann Davey  PWD/42/2  8 June 1853

Parchment letters of administration, seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods of the late Ann Davey of Godalming, Surrey, granted to her children, Thomas Davey and Mary Ann Davey, spinster

Papers relating to the estate of Harry Baker of Haslemere, gent  PWD/43  1832, 1862

One bond, 3 accounts

Contents:
Papers relating to the estate of Harry Baker of Haslemere, gent, who, by his will (10 June 1828, proved 29 March 1830) left to his niece Mary Furlonger a messuage in Headley, Hampshire, and a messuage, No 3 Wilmots Place, Kent Road, Camberwell, to be sold after her death to provide legacies for his brothers, Thomas, James, Charles, Edward and William.

Stamp Office account for legacy duty on residues of the personal estate and monies arising out of the real estate of Harry Baker  PWD/43/1  25 August 1832

One folded paper form

Contents:
Stamp Office account for legacy duty on residues of the personal estate and monies arising out of the real estate of Harry Baker, exhibited by Thomas Baker and Richard Keen, the surviving executors

Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate and monies arising out of the real estate of Harry Baker  PWD/43/2  12 November 1862

One folded paper form

Contents:
Inland Revenue residuary account of the personal estate and monies arising out of the real estate of Harry Baker, exhibited by Richard Keen of Church Street, Camberwell, Surrey, boot and shoe maker, the sole executor of Richard Keen, deceased, who was the surviving executor of the will of Harry Baker

Bond between Thomas Baker of Petersfield, Hampshire, and Richard Keen of Camberwell, Surrey, relating to payments under the will of Harry Baker  PWD/43/3  20 November 1862

One paper bond with seal and one folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Bond in £200 between (1) Thomas Baker of Grange Farm, Petersfield, Hampshire, gent, and (2) Richard Keen of Church Street, Camberwell, Surrey, boot and shoe maker, as guarantee of fair division and distribution of the sum of £180 16s 11d, the remainder of the sums obtained by the sale the properties inherited from Harry Baker by Mary Furlonger, who died in May 1862.
With account of Richard Keen's expenses

Probate of the will, 9 November 1851, of Joseph Ford of Godalming, Surrey, builder  PWD/44  11 October 1852

One parchment note of probate with seal appended, parchment will attached

Contents:
Probate of the will, 9 November 1851, of Joseph Ford of Godalming, Surrey, builder, leaving all his property to his wife Sarah Ford and his brother in law George James Raswell, in trust to sell to pay £1100 owing to the said George James Raswell, the widow to have the remainder

Common recovery by Gabriel Neve against John Shrubb, of a messuage, garden and land in Dunsfold [Surrey]  PWD/45  28 November 1712

One parchment deed with seal appended
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Common recovery by (1) Gabriel Neve against (2) John Shrubb, gent, of a messuage, garden, 10 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 6 acres of pasture and 3 acres of woodland in Dunsfold [Surrey]

Probate of the will, 16 January 1783, of Samuel Baughan of Fish Street Hill, London, hatmaker  PWD/46  3 February 1784

One parchment note of probate with broken seal appended, parchment will attached

Contents:
Probate of the will, 16 January 1783, of Samuel Baughan of Fish Street Hill, London, hatmaker, leaving £1000 to his son Josiah Baughan and £100 to his grandson William Samuel Turpin Baughan, money for mourning to his said son and his daughters Rebecca Baughan, Catherine Baughan and Mary Ponterdant and 10 guineas for a ring to his friend Miss Peggy Smith of Manchester; the remainder of this property to his said son and to his executors, Ebenezer Maitland of Coleman Street [London], merchant, and William Walduck of Green Lettice Lane, skinner, upon trust to invest in government securities, the dividends from which to be paid in equal parts to his said daughters

Papers relating to the estate of Thomas Davey of Godalming, cordwainer  PWD/47  1817, 1864

Two deeds, 4 forms, one sheet of paper

Contents:
Papers relating to the estate of Thomas Davey of Godalming, cordwainer, who died intestate in 1817

Settlement of moneys from the estate of Thomas Davey to provide for his widow Mary Davey  PWD/47/1  26 March 1817

One parchment deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Settlement between (1) Mary Davey of Godalming, widow, (2) William Davey of Godalming, cordwainer, (3) John Clarke of Godalming, tailor, and Mary his wife, and (4) Benjamin Kidd, banker, Benjamin Moline, grocer, and Robert Moline, woolstapler, all of Godalming, of moneys from the estate of Thomas Davey: £200 from party No 2 and £100 from party No 3 to provide a comfortable maintenance for party No 1 during her life; and £500 from party No 1 to be settled in trust to be paid after her death to parties No 2 and 3, and to their heirs after their deaths

Agreement between John Clarke of Godalming and William Clarke of Guildford, and Robert Moline of Greenwich, Kent, concerning mortgage debt  PWD/47/2  24 September 1864

One paper deed, one folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Agreement between (1) John Clarke of Godalming, tailor, and William Clarke of Guildford, Surrey, tailor, and (2) Robert Moline of Greenwich, Kent, gent, concerning the sum of £250 still owing of the mortgage on a house in Godalming, formerly the property of John Clarke, snr, in which the trustees of the 1817 settlement invested the sum of £500 in 1827.
With note of receipt by John and William Clarke of the deeds of conveyance and mortgage pertaining to the house

Inland Revenue forms for succession duty upon the death of John Clarke the elder  PWD/47/3  21 November 1864

4 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Inland Revenue forms for succession duty upon the death of John Clarke the elder, of £125 each to his sons, John Clarke of Godalming, tailor, and William Clarke of Guildford, Surrey, tailor.
With summary of relevant deeds and scribbled note of deeds sent to R E Mellersh

Release from Ann Collins, widow, to John Peacock, jnr, and George Charman Haines, both of Godalming, in respect of inheritance from William Parson  PWD/48  21 July 1854

One parchment deed of 2 skins, with seal

Contents:
Release from (1) Ann Collins of the Terrace, Kennington, Surrey, widow of Thomas Collins, gent, and heretofore wife of the Reverend John Parson of Headley, Hampshire, to (2) John Peacock, jnr, of Godalming, gent, and George Charman Haines of Godalming, surgeon, who were her fellow executors of the will of her first husband, in respect of one fifth part of the sum of £10,000 3% consolidated annuities, set aside from the bequests under the will of William Parson of Stoke next Guildford, Surrey, to provide an income for Sarah Parson, the widow of his nephew James Parson (formerly Freakes)

Covenant to produce title deeds, between J. H. Butcher, Frederick Winkworth and G. M. Burchell and Suky his wife, re inheritance from Richard Butcher  PWD/49  30 January 1812

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds, between (1) John Hunt Butcher of Park Hatch in the parish of Hacombe, Surrey, gent, (2) Frederick Winkworth of Enton in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, gent, and (3) George Matthew Burchell of Bramley, Surrey, yeoman, and Suky his wife, relating to the properties inherited from Richard Butcher by the said John Hunt Butcher and his brother James Butcher of the parish of Bramley, yeoman, deceased, called Parkhatch, Lowlands, Upfolds, Scotslands, Cowgate, Langhurst, Lalbourne (or Lawborne) and Winkworth, in the parishes of Hascombe, Bramley, Godalming and Dunsfold

Probate of the will, 16 August 1828, of Mary Handford of Godalming, Surrey, widow  PWD/50  10 August 1831

One parchment note of probate with seal appended, parchment will attached, and one slip of paper

Contents:
Probate of the will, 16 August 1828, of Mary Handford of Godalming, Surrey, widow, leaving all her property to Henry Portsmouth Elphs, gent, and Samuel Haines, surgeon, both of Godalming, in trust to sell, to provide incomes for the testator's daughters Elizabeth Handford and Jane Croucher and grandson Charles Thomas King.
With receipt, 25 January 1850, from Maria Angela Gamberini, Domenico Gamberini and Luigi Gamberini, of the sum of £47 10s, a moiety of the residuary estate of Mary Handford

Covenant to produce title deeds, between Richard Sumner of Puttenham Priory and John Street of Cranleigh, relating to closes of land in Puttenham  PWD/51  28 September 1822

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds, between (1) Richard Sumner of Puttenham Priory, Surrey, esq, and (2) John Street, snr, of Cranley [Cranleigh], Surrey, yeoman, relating to closes of land in the paish of Puttenham, in the occupation of Wiliam Avenell.
Includes schedule of deeds, 1739-1771

Settlement of monies of Harriett Falkner of Tuesley, Godalming, Surrey  PWD/52  18 November 1843

One parchment deed with 3 seals

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Harriett Falkner of Tuesley in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, spinster, and (2) George Falkner, of King Street in the City of Westminster, butcher (brother of the said Harriett Falkner) and Henry Lucas of Bridge Street, Westminster, confectioner, for investment of moneys of Harriett Falkner in trust to be paid after her death to George Falkner, jnr, Ann Falkner and Kate Falkner, children of the said George Falkner, William Birch, Caroline the wife of Frederic Pamplin, and Francis Abel Birch, children of Rebecca Birch who was a sister of the said Hariett Falkner, and Harriett Dyke and Rebecca Dyke, children of Caroline Dyke, another sister of Harriett Falkner, the residue to be divided equally between George Falkner, snr, and Caroline Dyke

Lease for 99 years between John Utterson of Owslebury, Hampshire, and John Cluer of Bramshott, Hampshire, of land in Bramshott  PWD/53  12 November 1802

One paper deed with seal

Contents:
Lease for 99 years between (1) John Utterson of Marwell House in the parish of Ouselbury [Owslebury], Hampshire, esq (Lord of the Manor of Rogate Bohunt, Sussex) and John Cluer of Bramshott, Sussex [Hampshire], yeoman, of a piece of land of about 2 acres near land belonging to Mr Lassum in the parish of Bramshott, in the occupation of the said John Cluer, copyhold of the Manor of Rogate Bohunt

Agreement for distribution of monies under the terms of the marriage settlement (22 April 1806) between Mary Dennett and John Ayling  PWD/54  27 September 1855

One parchment deed with 7 seals, 4 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Pruett Dennett of Midhurst, Sussex, yeoman, (2) John Ayling of Trotton, Sussex, yeoman, (3) William Ayling of Liss, Hampshire, (4) Dennett Ayling of Rogate, Sussex, yeoman, (5) Thomas Ayling, (6) Edward Simmonds of Trotton, wheelwright, and Fanny Joan his wife, and (7) William Turner of Linch, Sussex, yeoman, and Charles Alexander Parson of Godalming, Surrey, surgeon, for distribution of monies under the terms of the marriage settlement (22 April 1806) between Mary, daughter of Ralph and Elizabeth Dennett, and John Ayling.
With summary account, and Inland Revenue accounts for succession to personal property

Papers relating to a trust established by the will of Edward Upfold of Haslemere, Surrey, to pay an annuity to his widow Sarah  PWD/55  1819-1841

One deed, 2 copy deeds, letters of administration, 3 letters

Contents:
Papers relating to a trust established by the will, 4 December 1780, of Edward Upfold of Haslemere, Surrey, gent, giving to his friends John Leech, James Coleman and John Luff all his messuages, lands and tenements in Haslemere and in Northchapel and Petworth in Sussex, to pay an annuity to his widow Sarah, and after her death to be held to the use of his son Edward Upfold, his heirs and assigns.

Agreement to establish a trust to continue to pay an annuity to Sarah Upfold of Haslemere, widow  PWD/55/1  4 December 1819

One parchment deed of two skins, with 4 seals

Contents:
Agreement between (1) Edward Upfold of Haslemere, Surrey, gent, (2) Sarah Upfold of Haslemere, widow, and (3) George Daintrey of Petworth, Sussex, gent, and Henry Woods of Godalming, Surrey, gent, for investment of £540, part of the purchase money for a farm called Benygfold or Benny Lands in Petworth, Sussex, bought from Party No1 by George Obrein, Earl of Egremont, in trust to continue to pay the annuity to Party No 2.
Endorsed with discharge, 9 July 1841, by Mary Upfold, widow of Party No 1 of the original deed

Draft of PWD/55/1  PWD/55/2  [December 1819]

One paper copy deed

Contents:
Draft of PWD/55/1

Letters of administration of the goods of Edward Upfold  PWD/55/3  26 January 1822

Parchment letters of administration with seal appended

Contents:
Letters of administration of the goods of Edward Upfold of Haslemere, Surrey, gent, granted to his widow, Mary Upfold

Copy of PWD/55/1  PWD/55/4  [1841]

One paper copy deed

Contents:
Copy of PWD/55/1

Letters from G F Gordon of Haslemere, Surrey, to Charles John Woods  PWD/55/5  March & June 1841

3 paper letters

Contents:
Letters from G F Gordon of Haslemere, Surrey, attorney of Mary Upfold, widow of Edward Upfold, to Charles John Woods, son and heir of Henry Woods of Godalming, explaining the trust and requesting that the monies should be released to Mrs Upfold as administratrix of her late husband

Lease from Roberte Wellynor to Thomas Avenell of a messuage, land in the common fields, and closes called Corbett Wodes and Breges, in Puttenham  PWD/56  16 January 1561

One parchment deed with seal tag appended (seal missing)

Contents:
Lease from (1) Roberte Wellynor of Puttenham, Surrey, husbandman, to (2) Thomas Avenell of Puttenham, husbandman, of a messuage, barn and stall, a garden or orchard, 48 acres of land in the common fields of Puttenham and 2 closes of land called Corbett Wodes and Breges, containing about 6 acres, from Michaelmas 1580 for 14 years

Common recovery between John Stillwell and Richard Boxold and John Shudd, of a messuage with garden and land in Bramshott [Hampshire]  PWD/57  [January 1604]

One parchment deed with seal tag appended (seal missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Common recovery between (1) John Stillwell and Richard Boxold and (2) John Shudd, of a messuage, a garden, 25 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow and 25 acres of pasture in Bramshott [Hampshire]

Assignment of a mortgage on lands called Hownshams in Bramshott, from William and Sarah Franklin to John Barlow of Chiddingfold  PWD/58  18 April 1684

One parchment deed of two skins, with 3 seals appended
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Assignment of a mortgage between (1) William Franklin of Brampshott [Bramshott], Hampshire, gent, and Sarah his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Robert Hudson, late of Brampshott, yeoman, and Richard Stiles of Cowdry Lodge, Sussex, gent, and (2) John Barlow of Chiddingfold, Surrey, gent, of a moiety of a messuage and lands called Hownshams in Brampshott, mortgaged in 1681 to Henry Ady of Hayshott, Sussex, gent, and in 1683 to Richard Stiles

Lease and release from John Vincent of Pirford, Surrey, to his son Edmund Vincent, of the tithes of fields in Loompits Farm and Hunts Farm, Woking  PWD/59  13-14 July 1802

Two parchment deeds, one with one seal, one of two skins with 5 seals

Contents:
Lease and release between (1) John Vincent of Pirford [Pyrford], Surrey, yeoman, eldest brother and heir of Edmund Vincent late of Loompits, Woking, Surrey, yeoman, (2) Edmund Vincent of Pirford, yeoman, son of Party No 1, (3) Peter Vincent of Chandos Street in the Liberty of Westminster, Middlesex, tallow chandler, a trustee for Party No 2, (4) Henry Woods late of Guildford but now of Godalming, Surrey, gent, and (5)Thomas Sibthorpe of Guildford, gent, of the tithes of twenty (named) fields containing 70 acres, part of Loompits Farm, and the tithes of fourteen (named) fields containing 21 acres, part of Hunts Farm, all in the parish of Woking, and assignment from Henry Woods to Thomas Sibthorpe of a mortgage term arising from mortgage of 25 January 1669 between Francis Lord Angier, Baron of Longford in Ireland, Richard Heath, esq and Thomas Baldwin, gent, and Ferdinando Marsham, esq, John Marsham, esq and William Swatling, gent

Release from Edward Eager of Bramley, Surrey, to the executors of the will of William Eager of Whipley, Wonersh, Surrey  PWD/60  22 January 1853

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Release from (1) Edward Eager of Bramley, Surrey, gent, to (2) William Eager of Whipley in the parish of Wonersh, Surrey, gent, John Evershed of Albury, Surrey, malster, and William Messenger of Bramley, yeoman, of his inheritance under the will (12 July 1848) of his uncle, William Eager of Whipley, gent, deceased, apart from the sum of £184 10s 1d balance of cash in the hands of the executors, and monies and interest due upon a bond of Edward Wyatt and Elizabeth Wyatt

Papers relating to bequests under the will of Catherine Lutman of Offham, South Stoke, Sussex  PWD/61  1847-1850

One deed, one draft deed, one copy will, 2 letters and 7 other sheets of paper

Contents:
Papers relating to bequests under the will, 7 August 1835, of Catherine Lutman of Offham in the parish of South Stoke, Sussex, widow of Lieutenant William Lutman, Royal Navy, which was proved 8 July 1842 by the executors, Thomas Woodward of Moor Mill near St Albans, Hertfordshire, and Charles Seward of Brook near Godalming, Surrey. She left her house in St Heliers, Jersey, and all her money and household goods to her daughter, Ann Maria Seward Lutman, but if the daughter were to die without issue, to be divided equally between her four sisters (Elizabeth wife of Thomas Woodward aforesaid, Jane widow of Moses Kenney, Sarah widow of Joseph Harfield and Susanna widow of John Seward) and her nephew Charles Lassiter, son of her sister Mary Ann, late wife of Charles Lassiter, watchmaker of Steyning, Sussex

Assignment from Thomas Woodward to Charles Seward of his share of goods bequeathed by Catherine Lutman  PWD/61/1  20 December 1847

One parchment deed with seal

Contents:
Assignment from (1) Thomas Woodward of Moor Hill [Moor Mill] in the parish of St Stephen near Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, miller, to (2) Charles Seward of Brook near Godalming, Surrey, Commander in the Royal Navy, of his share of the household goods bequeathed under the will, 7 August 1835, of Catherine Lutman of Offham in the parish of South Stoke, Sussex, as security for payment of £400 paid by the Eagle Star Life Assurance Company and now owed by Party No 1.
Includes an inventory of the goods

Documents relating to Thomas Woodward's insolvency, and the sale of the goods which he inherited from Catherine Lutman  PWD/61/2  1848-1849

7 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Documents relating to Thomas Woodward's insolvency, and the sale of the goods which he inherited from Catherine Lutman

Copy of letter from Charles Seward to Frederick Gough of St Albans, auctioneer, authorising sale of Thomas Woodward's goods  PWD/61/2/1  17 February 1848

3 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Copy of letter from Charles Seward to Frederick Gough of Cunningham Hill, St Albans, auctioneer, authorising the sale of Thomas Woodward's goods which were assigned to Seward by way of mortgage.
With 2 drafts

Notice of order for the hearing of the case n the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors against Thomas Woodward  PWD/61/2/2  2 October 1849

One printed paper notice

Contents:
Notice of order for the hearing of the case in the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors against Thomas Woodward, formerly of Moor Mill in the Parish of St Stephen near St Albans, Hertfordshire, miller and farmer, and late of 6 Cottage Grove, West Street, Walworth, Surrey, out of business and employ

Letter from Thomas Woodward to Captain Seward, explaining the events leading to his imprisonment for debt  PWD/61/2/3  4 October 1849

1 paper letter

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Woodward to Captain Seward, explaining the events leading to his imprisonment for debt

Letter from Charles Seward to C J Woods asking for advice  PWD/61/2/4  30 October 1849

1 paper letter, 1 folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Letter from Charles Seward to C J Woods asking for advice.
With scribbled notes [by Woods]

Release from Ann Maria Seward Lutman to Thomas Woodward to Charles Seward from the money, etc, bequeathed to her by Catherine Lutman  PWD/61/3  19 February 1850

One paper deed, one printed paper form, 2 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Draft of release from (1) Ann Maria Seward Lutman of Ashington, Sussex, spinster, to (2) Thomas Woodward of the parish of Lambeth, Surrey, miller, and Charles Seward of Witley, Surrey, a Captain in the Royal Navy, from the money and other personal estate and effects of Catherine Lutman, bequeathed to her daughter A M S Lutman.
With scribbled notes [by C J Woods], copy of Catherine Lutman's will and the residuary account of her personal estate (1842)

Admission of Richard Manery to crofts of land called Beckyngham (at Bachelers Crosse) and Monkescrofte, in the Manor of Wanborough, Surrey  PWD/62  22 September 1561

One parchment copy of court roll
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Copy of Court roll of the Manor of Wanburgh [Wanborough, Surrey], recording the admission of Richard Manery to a croft of land at Bachelers Crosse called Beckyngham and a croft of land called Monkescrofte lying next to Galmer, previously held by his father, Richard Manery, to be held during his minority by his mother, Juliana, now wife of Thomas Symonds

Common recovery and mortgage by John Howard of Fernfield and Pollard Tree Close, and 2 other pieces of land in the Manor of Woking, Surrey  PWD/63  7 January 1814

One parchment copy of court roll

Contents:
Copy of Court roll of the Manor of Wokeing [Woking, Surrey], recording a common recovery between John Howard, Charles John Shebbeare of Guildford, Surrey, gent, and Henry Woods of a close of land called Fernfield and Pollard Tree Close, containing about 10 acres, part of lands called Sheets Hill heretofore in the tenure of Daniel Dally and William Easted, and a close of land or brook ground containing about 3 acres near Brook Wood Bridge, late Robert Goodeners (boundaries described), and a piece of meadow ground containing about 2 acres at a place called Gouges Cross, adjoining Brook Wood Heath, all in the tything of Goldsworth, and a mortgage of the property between John Howard and Henry Stevens of Pirbright, Surrey, yeoman, Henry Stevens of Ash, Surrey, husbandman, and Richard Bonsey of Wokeing, yeoman

Common recovery between William Shudd and John Barratt and Peter Shudd and Richard Smyth, of messuages and lands in Witley  PWD/64  6 July 1636

One parchment deed with seal tag appended (seal missing)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Common recovery between (1) William Shudd and John Barratt and (2) Peter Shudd and Richard Smyth, of two messuages, two gardens, 15 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 15 acres of pasture, 10 acres of heath and 30 acres of moor in Witley [Surrey]

Attested copy of the will, 23 June 1831, of William Crouch of Puttenham, Surrey, yeoman  PWD/65  19 August 1831

One paper copy will

Contents:
Attested copy of the will, 23 June 1831, of William Crouch of Puttenham, Surrey, yeoman, leaving to his brother Samuel Crouch his messuage in 2 tenements, with buildings, garden, land and premises, at Lydling in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, in the tenures of the said Samuel Crouch and George Raswell, for life, subject to an annuity to Crouch's sister Ann, the wife of William Cobbett, and after the death of Samuel Crouch, the said property to be to the use of Crouch's niece Jane the wife of James Smith of Puttenham, carpenter, on payment of £13 to each of Crouch's nieces Mary the wife of George Barrett, Sarah Avenell and Harriet Avenell.
A pencil note records that Ann the wife of William Cobbett has 'gone to America' and instructs 'Mrs Cobbett's daur. Sarah the wife of George Ellis of Elstead authorised to receive it'

Abstract of title to 15 debentures of the Godalming Canal Company, assigned in 1762 to Edward, Lord Winterton  PWD/66  [1850]

4 folded sheets of paper, attached at the top corner with tape

Contents:
Abstract of title to 15 debentures of the Godalming Canal Company, assigned in 1762 to Edward, Lord Winterton, and transferred in 1788 by his executors to Edmund Woods of Warwick Lane, London, distiller, the subject of a dispute when inherited by George H Woods after the death in 1848 of Katharina Woods

Papers relating to the purchase of land in Godalming, Surrey  PWD/67  1855-1860

Abstract of title, draft deed, with 13 letters and other papers and 2 plans

Contents:
Papers relating to the purchase of land in Godalming, Surrey, formerly part of the Westbrook estate, left over after the building of a new railway station and access road

Abstract of title of Sir James Sibbald David Scott, Baronet, Fielder King and George Young, esqs  PWD/67/1  1855

56 folded sheets of paper, attached at the top corner with tape, and 2 separate sheets of paper

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sir James Sibbald David Scott, Baronet, Fielder King and George Young, esqs., to one rood, 13 perches of land, part of the Westbrook estate, giving details of deeds 1823-1852, which recite deeds back to 1812, including the marriage settlement between Sarah Murray, widow, and Nathaniel Godbold.
With abstract of a quitclaim, 23 May 1855, from George Carter Bennett and Edward Dunkley Skelton, both of Sutton St Mary, Lincolnshire, gentlemen, and John Mossop of Pinners Hall, Old Broad Street, London, broker

Draft of conveyance from the trustees of the Portsmouth Railway Company to Charles John Woods of Godalming, of 4 pieces of land  PWD/67/2  1860

8 folded sheets of paper, attached at the top corner with tape

Contents:
Draft of conveyance between (1) Sir James Sibbald David Scott of Southwick Crescent, Hyde Park, Middlesex, Baronet, Fielder King of Fyning House near Petersfield, Hampshire, esq, and George Young of Mark Lane in the city of London, esq., trustees for and on behalf of the Portsmouth Railway Company, (2) the Portsmouth Railway Company, and (3) Charles John Woods of Godalming, Surrey, gent, of 4 pieces of land immediately fronting and abutting upon the new carriage road, footway and approach to the Godalming Station of the Portsmouth Railway, being surplus portions (remaining after construction of the said road and footway) of a piece of freehold garden ground formerly in the occupation of Earl and also of another piece of land called the Withy Patch.
With correspondence and plans, 1855-1859

Conveyances from the Commissioners of the Godalming Navigation of land for improvements at Godalming Wharf  PWD/68  1811, 1832

4 deeds

Contents:
Conveyances from the Commissioners of the Godalming Navigation of land for improvements at Godalming Wharf

Copy lease and release between the Commissioners of the Godalming Navigation and Robert and George Marshall of land at the entrance to Godalming Wharf  PWD/68/1  [1811]

2 paper deeds

Contents:
Copy lease and release, 27 February 1811, between (1) William Gill, esq, Henry Streater Gill, esq, the Rev John George Gibson, clerk, and Richard Haydon, Robert Moline, Thomas Mellersh and Thomas Haines, gent, seven of the Commissioners appointed under and by virtue of an Act of Parliament entitled 'An Act for extending and continuing the Navigation of thr River Wey otherwise Wye in the County of Surrey to the Town of Godalming...' and (2) Robert Marshall of Godalming, timber merchant, and George Marshall of Godalming, timber merchant, of a piece of ground at the west end of Godalming Wharf, with the buildings forming the Bark House, and also a narrow piece of land just below Godalming Bridge, forming the north west bank of a navigable cut made nearly up to the Wharf gates, commonly called the Bark House Cut or the Wharf Cut, on part of which are erected buildings attached to the dwelling house of Richard Eads of Godalming, stonemason (boundaries described), Robert Marshall to remove the buildings now used as coal pens at the entrance to the Town Wharf, and erect a warehouse for storage of bark, and George Marshall to inclose the piece of land first mentioned with a durable stone or brick wall and maintain the bank

Copy lease and release between the Commissioners of the Godalming Navigation and George Marshall of the cut at Godalming Wharf  PWD/68/2  20 September 1832

2 paper deeds

Contents:
Attested copy of a lease and release, 12 September 1832, between (1) Robert Moline, John Gardner, William Keen, John Leech, Thomas Mellersh, Richard Kidd and Henry Marshall, Commissioners appointed under and by virtue of an Act of Parliament entitled 'An Act for extending and continuing the Navigation of the River Wey otherwise Wye in the County of Surrey to the Town of Godalming...' and (2) George Marshall of Godalming, timber merchant, of a piece of land, about 18 perches, covered with water, forming a cut at Godalming Wharf, and the piece of land of about 15 perches adjoining it, bounded on the south by the Wharf, Party No 2 to fill in the cut and build a wall or fence.
Includes plan

Copy marriage settlement of Edward Beaver and Rhoda, widow of Philip Carteret Webb  PWD/69  [1771]

One paper deed

Contents:
Copy of the marriage settlement in the form of a release, 4 September 1771, between (1) Edward Beaver of Farnham, Surrey, esq, (2) Rhoda Webb of Great Queen Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, widow and relict of Philip Carteret Webb, esq, deceased, and (3) the Reverend James Hallifax of Ewell, Surrey, Doctor in Divinity, and Richard Blyke of Whitehall, St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, esq, of the capital messuage at Busbridge in the parish of Godalmin [Godalming], Surrey, with its buildings, gardens and lands, a messuage in Great Queen Street aforesaid, messuages and lands in Haslemere, Surrey, and all other lands and premises in Surrey and Middlesex formerly of Philip Carteret Webb and now of Party No 2, in trust

Papers relating to the purchase by Frederick Madeley from William Etherington of a messuage, garden and land at Milford End, Witley, Surrey  PWD/70  1865-[1872]

One deed, 2 abstracts of deeds, one copy of court roll, 2 letters and 5 other papers

Contents:
Papers relating to the purchase by Frederick Madeley of Godalming, Surrey, from William Etherington of Elstead, Surrey, of a messuage, garden and land at Milford End, Witley, Surrey, copyhold of the Manor of Witley

Agreement between William Etherington and Frederick Madeley for sale of a messuage, garden and land at Milford End, Witley  PWD/70/1  20 January 1865

One paper deed

Contents:
Agreement between William Etherington of Elstead, Surrey, farmer, and Frederick Madeley of Godalming, Surrey, esq, for sale of a messuage, garden and land at Milford End in the parish of Witley, in the occupation of Martin Tidy, and for assignment of a mortgage on certain freehold and copyhold houses, land and premises at or near Elstead, which may include the said messuage at Milford End

Abstract of securities between William Etherington and Thomas Mellersh, on freehold and copyhold hereditaments in Elstead, Farnham and Witley, Surrey  PWD/70/2  1865

One paper deed of 11 sheets

Contents:
Abstract of securities given by Mr William Etherington of Charles Hill, Elstead, Surrey, gent, in favour of Mr Thomas Mellersh of Godalming, Surrey, gent: a mortgage, 25 May 1853, of a meadow (formerly a peat moor) in Elstead, called Wilcox,containing about 3 acres and a half, formerly in the tenure of William Grover and then of James Keen, bounded on the west by the River Wey, on the north and south by moors belonging to Viscount Middleton (one in the occupation of William May), and on the east by a lane leading to the common called Elstead Race; three pieces of land at Charles Hill, Elstead, about 2 acres, in the occupation of James Bargent; and a cottage and gardens at Charles HIll, about 60 rods, in the occupation of Henry Carruthers; cottages, tenements and closes of land desribed as 'one moor, late Jewers containing [about] 10 acres, with the several cottages...'; a piece of land containing about 2 rods at or near Charles Hill, adjoining a stream and the land of Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Mansell on the west, together with the cottage thereon erected in the occupation of one Gregory; a close of land of about 6 acres with the cottage thereon erected at or near Chandler's Hill in the Tything of Tilford, bounded by the land of William Etherington on the east, the land of Ann the wife of Martin Ware on the west, the river on the south and the common on the north; and a piece of copyhold land, about half an acre, at Milford Lane End, between the two turnpike roads leading to Haslemere and Petworth, whereon a workshop was erected (since taken down), and an adjoining piece of land with the messuage, outbuildings and workshop, and a piece of land at Milford Heath, about half an acre, in front of the said messuage; and a surrender, 26 May 1853, to the Lord of the Manor of Farnham of the moor, late Jewers, mentioned above

Schedule of deeds relating to hereditaments and premises of William Etherington, in mortgage to Thomas Mellersh  PWD/70/3  [1865]

3 folded sheets of paper

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to hereditaments and premises of William Etherington, in mortgage to Thomas Mellersh: copyhold premises held of Farnham Manor (1721-1847), copyhold premises held of Witley Manor (1785-1841), and freehold premises at Elstead, Surrey (1794-1840)

Pencilled list of deeds 1841-1854  PWD/70/4  [1865]

One folded slip of paper

Contents:
Penicilled list of deeds 1841-1854

Copy of notice to John Welland, 8 March 1843, of foreclosure on mortgage  PWD/70/5  [1865]

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Copy of notice, 8 March 1843, to John Welland from Charles John Woods, agent for Charles Alexander Parson and Edmund Nicholls, warning of foreclosure on mortgage of premises copyhold of the Manor of Witley

Copy of Court Roll, 16 March 1843, recording surrender by John Welland to the use of John Etherington  PWD/70/6  [1865]

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Witley, 16 March 1843, recording the surrender by John Welland of Milford, wheelwright, of a piece of copyhold land of about half an acre at Milford Lane End and a piece of land of about half an acre, late part of the waste of the Manor, at Milford Heath, to the use of John Etherington

Receipt for entry fine on admission of Frederick Madeley  PWD/70/7  11 October 1865

One folded slip of paper with stamp

Contents:
Receipt for entry fine paid to the Lord of the Manor of Witley on admission of Frederick Madeley on surrender of Mr Etherington

Memorandum by Frederick Madeley relating to the boundary of his property in the Manor of Witley  PWD/70/8  12 February 1867

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Memorandum by Frederick Madeley relating to the boundary of his property in the Manor of Witley

Letter from Frederick Madeley to C J Woods about 'Etherington's mortgage deed'  PWD/70/9  6 November 1867

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Letter from Frederick Madeley to C J Woods about 'Etherington's mortgage deed'

Letter from Percy Woods to Frederick Madeley about 'warrant to vacate Mr Elkins mortgage'  PWD/70/10  15 May 1872

One folded sheet of paper

Contents:
Letter from Percy Woods to Frederick Madeley about 'warrant to vacate Mr Elkins mortgage'

Note re evidence relating to mortgages  PWD/70/11  [1872]

One folded slip of paper

Contents:
Note re evidence relating to mortgages

Instruction by the executors of Edward Lephard to enter in the court rolls of the Manor of Pallingham, their receipt of all monies owed by John Payne  PWD/71  March 1864

One folded sheet of paper with stamp

Contents:
Instruction by Sarah Lephard of Plaistow, Kirdford, Sussex, widow, and George Balchin of Godalming, Surrey, gardener, the executors of the will of Edward Lephard late of Plaistow, to the steward of the Manor of Pallingham, to enter in the court rolls their receipt of all monies owed by John Payne by virtue of a conditional surrender of copyhold tenements in the Manor

Conveyance from William Stovold of Elstead to William Coals of Elstead of two pieces of land [in Elstead, Surrey], one in Great Gatefield  PWD/72  21 November 1777

One sheet of paper

Contents:
Conveyance from (1) William Stovold of Elstead, Surrey, to William Coals of Elstead of two pieces of land [in Elstead], one in Great Gatefield on the south side of William Coals's garden, the other in William Stovold's field on the west side of the said garden

Copy of a plan of Holloway Hill and Crownpits in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, showing projected route of the railway at Ockford Pond  PWD/73  [c.1900]

One paper plan

Contents:
Copy by Percy Woods of a plan of Holloway Hill and Crownpits in the parish of Godalming, Surrey, showing projected route of the railway at Ockford Pond. All houses and fields are numbered and many annotated with names [of owner?], but the numbers do not correspond to those on the tithe map, the enclosure map or Penfold's survey

Labels pertaining to the original deed bundles  PWD/74  [c.1900]

4 pieces of card, one scrap of parchment

Contents:
Labels in Woods's hand pertaining to PWD/16 and PWD/25, and other (older?) labels pertaining to PWD/15 and PWD/22
With a note listing the deeds in 'Bundle B' (PWD/4/1-8), with a heading 'To be returned to P Woods'

Local History Notes of Percy Woods  PWN  c1870-1922

59 large cloth bound volumes
100 folders and notebooks

Contents:
Collection of local history notes made over many years by Percy Woods, in preparation for the writing of a history of Godalming (but including notes on the whole Godalming Hundred - the towns of Godalming, Haslemere and Cranleigh, and the area between and around them, including the villages of Chiddingfold, Witley, Thursley and Compton). His notebooks were bound, possibly after his death, at the Public Record Office, and the resulting volumes are divided into 38 marked 'Mss Collection' and 21 marked 'Godalming Hundred'. These are supposed to be two distinct series, the 'Mss Collection' volumes comprising the notes Woods made from original sources, and the 'Hundred' volumes being the histories of properties and families, pooling the information from the notes. However, there are notes from manorial records among the 'Hundred' volumes, and there are 'histories' among the 'Collection' volumes. 100 notebooks and folders which were left unbound contain mainly rough notes, which are assumed to have been copied into the notebooks now bound, but do include some material which has not been found elsewhere. The 'histories' not matter in which volume they were found, have been indexed on a database at Godalming Museum, which can be searched by names of people, houses, streets and fields or by persons' occupations.
Volumes of notes and transcripts relating to the history of Godalming in Surrey and the Godalming Hundred (including Haslemere and Cranleigh), compiled by Percy Woods

'Woods Mss Collection' volumes  PWN/C  [n.d.]

38 large cloth-bound volumes
100 folders and notebooks

Contents:
Woods Mss Collection' volumes mainly comprising Woods's notes and transcripts from documents in the Public Record Office, will repositories, Godalming Corporation, local muniment rooms and private collections. Some property and family 'histories' have been bound in these 'Collection' volumes, and some transcripts - of Godalming Manor rolls - have been bound into 'Hundred' volumes.
The unbound notebooks were re-arranged [c.1950?], to separate those which contained information about particular subjects (which were numbered C/55-77 and included in the index produced at that time) from those which appear to be a jumble of miscellaneous information. One volume which seems to have been left out of this re-arrangement is C/66, a volume of 'rough notes'; other 'volume' numbers encompass 2 or 3 volumes, which have now had letters ('a', 'b'', etc) added to the number to distinguish one from another. The volumes left over from this exercise have now been assigned numbers C/78-127. A few cover specific subjects (notably parish register transcripts, C/81-85), but most are a jumble of notes and transcripts, mainly from public records (or published transcripts thereof) and will repositories, in no discernable order. The volumes have been listed in the order in which they were found, with brief notes of any noteworthy contents

Notes on Shackleford and part of Godalming (Bridge Street and the Wharf)  PWN/C/1  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Shackleford and part of Godalming (Bridge Street and the Wharf)

Notes on part of Godalming (Burgate and Sand Hill)  PWN/C/2  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on part of Godalming (Burgate and Sand Hill)

Notes on Tuesley, Munstead, Busbridge and Hambledon  PWN/C/3  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Tuesley, Munstead, Busbridge and Hambledon

Notes on Artington, Littleton, Loseley and Binscombe, with Puttenham wills and deeds and notes on Compton wills and Manor Courts  PWN/C/4  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Artington, Littleton, Loseley and Binscombe, with Puttenham wills and deeds and notes on Compton wills and Manor Courts

Details of final concords and common recoveries relating to property in the Hundred, 1509-1833  PWN/C/5  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Details of final concords and common recoveries relating to property in the Hundred, 1509-1833

Details of final concords and common recoveries relating to property in the Hundred, 1509-1833 ('rough copy')  PWN/C/6  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Details of final concords and common recoveries relating to property in the Hundred, 1509-1833.
A note claims that these are a 'rough copy' of those in Volume C/5, but a brief check indicates that not all the entries have been fair-copied into that volume

Transcripts of rentals, etc, for manors in the Hundred of Godalming  PWN/C/7  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Transcripts of rentals, etc, for manors in the Hundred of Godalming: Manor of Godalming [14th century], 1452, [1543], Godalming Hundred 1551, c.1595-1605], 1613, 1651, 1656, 1673, 1674, 1684, 1704, 1713, 1725, Chiddingfold Manor 1601-2, Haslemere Manor 1601-2, Catteshall Manor 1656, 1673

Details from the Enclosure Award for Godalming, the Tithe Apportionment and J W Penfold's survey of the same area  PWN/C/8  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Details from the Enclosure Award for Godalming, 1803, the Tithe Apportionment, 1842, and J W Penfold's survey of the same area, c.1863

Transcripts of Court Rolls and rentals for local manors other than Godalming  PWN/C/9  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Transcripts of Court Rolls and rentals for the Manors of Artington, 1384-5, Bramley/Burgham, 1488-1517 and 1524-6, Catteshall, 1324-1706, Chiddingfold, 1474, 1562 and 1682, Chynthurst, 1524-6, Compton Westbury and Eastbury, 1516-1695, Dunsfold, 1488-1517, Godalming Rectory, [1668-1676] and 1674-1758, Hambledon, [1506?] and 1562, Hascombe, 1524-6, Poyle and Guildford, [c.1440] and 1474, Puttenham, 1524-1526, Rude [Dunsfold?] 1524, Selhurst (Wintershull), 1487-1518, Thorncombe Street, 1489-1517, Witley, 1506-7, and Wonersh, 1524-6
With notes re Newark Monastery

Notes on Worplesdon, Farnham, Aldershot (Hampshire), Tongham, Seale, and Wrecclesham  PWN/C/10  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Worplesdon, Farnham, Aldershot (Hampshire), Tongham, Seale, and Wrecclesham

Transcripts of Godalming sources: the Warden's Book, list of apprentices, the Book of Daniel Lee, etc, with notes on Enton and Tuesley  PWN/C/11  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Transcripts of Godalming sources: the Godalming Warden's Book, 1670-1825, list of apprentices, c.1566, tax assessments, 1524-5, and the Book of Daniel Lee (with transcript of a letter from Percy Woods on the case of John Lee, elected Warden in 1754 but unable to take office due to his nonconformity in religion).
With notes on Enton and Tuesley (indexed on database), notes and transcripts about the woollen industry in Godalming, lists of wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1712-1729, and (bound in) The General Evening Post (London) No 10268, 12-14 July 1798, and The Surrey Advertiser and County Times, 3 June 1899

Transcripts of lay subsidies, rates, voters lists, muster rolls and Land Tax assessments  PWN/C/12  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Transcripts of lay subsidies, 1332-1676, rates, 1573, 1676, voters lists, c.1673-1834, muster roll, 1684, and Land Tax assessments, 1724-1740 and 1792

Transcripts of, and notes re, musters  PWN/C/13-14  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Transcripts of, and notes re, musters, 1569-1808.
With notes re forced loans 1626 and assessment for taxation 1676, lists of freeholders [17th century] and voters 1722, and correspondence between Percy Woods, T S Cooper of Chiddingfold and M S Giuseppi, including re Craib's listing of the Loseley Manuscripts

Notes on Chiddingfold  PWN/C/15  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Chiddingfold (mainly transcripts of notes by T S Cooper?), and letters from T S Cooper

Notes on Hascombe, Cranleigh, Shalford, Bramley and Dunsfold  PWN/C/16  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Hascombe, Cranleigh, Shalford, Bramley and Dunsfold

Notes on Capel, Temple Elphant, Frensham Beales Manor, Great Stoatley, Puttenham, Woking and Byfleet, Godalming British School, and Peper Harrow wills  PWN/C/17.1  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Capel, Temple Elphant, the Manor of Frensham Beales, Stotely Green (Great Stoatley), Puttenham, Woking and Byfleet, Godalming British School and Godalming cemetery bell, with transcripts of Peper Harrow wills

Notes on the Manor of Combe Brabes and the histories of Abinger church, Cherfold Farm, Chiddingfold, and the Lammas Lands at Godalming  PWN/C/17.2  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Manor of Combe Brabes and the histories of Abinger church, Cherfold Farm, Chiddingfold, and the Lammas Lands at Godalming

9 notebooks, mainly genealogical notes, bound together  PWN/C/18-26  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
9 notebooks, mainly genealogical notes, bound together

Notes on Shackleford and Cranleigh  PWN/C/18  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Shackleford and Cranleigh

Notes on Shackleford and Cranleigh  PWN/C/19  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Shackleford and Cranleigh

Notes on the Collyer and Dalton families  PWN/C/20  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on the Collyer and Dalton families

'Genealogical notes' 1  PWN/C/21  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 1

'Genealogical notes' 2  PWN/C/22  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 2

'Genealogical notes' 3  PWN/C/23  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 3: extracts from wills

'Genealogical notes' 4  PWN/C/24  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 4

'Genealogical notes' 5  PWN/C/25  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 5: Champion family pedigree

'Genealogical notes' 6  PWN/C/26  [n.d.]

Notebook bound into large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
'Genealogical notes' 6: Smith family pedigree

Entries in parish registers: A and part of B  PWN/C/27-28  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: A and part of B

Entries in parish registers: part of B, and C  PWN/C/29-30  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: part of B, and C

Entries in parish registers: D, E, F  PWN/C/31-32  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: D, E, F

Entries in parish registers: G, H, I, J, K, L (1 & 2)  PWN/C/33-34  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: G, H, I, J, K, L (1 & 2)

Entries in parish registers: G, H, I, J, K, L (3), and M  PWN/C/35-36  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: G, H, I, J, K, L (3), and M

Entries in parish registers: N, Q, R and Smith  PWN/C/37-38  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: N, Q, R and Smith

Entries in parish registers: S (apart from Smith)  PWN/C/39-40  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: S (apart from Smith)

Entries in parish registers: T-Z (1 & 2)  PWN/C/41-42  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Entries in parish registers, arranged by family name (roughly alphabetically). Also contains some transcripts of wills and deeds: T-Z (1 & 2)

Entries in parish registers: 'Extras A-W'  PWN/C/43  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Titled as a further volume in the series of entries in parish registers (as PWN/C/27-42), 'Extras A-W'.
Contains extracts by family name (roughly alphabetically) from the registers of Bramshott, Hampshire, some lists of the occurrence of particular names in certain registers, a transcript of the Hearth Tax accounts for Haslemere, 1662, a certified copy of a burial entry for Mary Frogg (d.1776) in Funtington register, and related letter from A Briant to her father about the title to a property (originals, bound into the volume), and some transcripts of deeds and wills

Lists of wills proved in the Archdeaconry and Commissary Courts of Surrey  PWN/C/44  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Lists of wills proved in the Archdeaconry and Commissary Courts of Surrey, 1660-1797.
With transcripts of documents including royal grants of Godalming, Catteshall, etc [early 13th century] and the bailiff's accounts of the Hundred of Godalming 1616-17, extracts from and summaries of wills 1509-1558, notes about Symmes Volume (British Museum 6167), list of landowners or Lords of the Manor 1316-1559, notes re lands forfeited by John Scarlet after a murder, 1568, and about the court case of J B Castillion and the parsonage and rectory of Godalming, 1565, and a petition of Henry Woods, agent for Daniel Sharp, to the Commissioners for Enclosing the Commons of Godalming and Catteshall (original, bound into the volume)

Notes on the Peyto family  PWN/C/45  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on the Peyto family

Wills, family trees and memorial inscriptions  PWN/C/46  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Wills, family trees and memorial inscriptions

Notes on families, properties including Crown Court and the Square, Godalming, and on the Chennell and Chalcraft murder  PWN/C/47  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on families, including the Morell family and 'Morells' in Godalming High Street, on Stilefield (Stints) in Witley, on Field Place in Compton and Ashurst/Ashted, Crown Court and The Square in Godalming, on properties in Merrow, Compton Eastbury and Compton Westbury, and on the Chennell and Chalcraft murder in Godalming

Notes on families, extracts from public records about Godalming, notes and extracts from court rolls of Godalming, Hambeldon and Enton  PWN/C/48  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Lee and Mellersh families and on Stillwell's Garden, Godalming, extracts from public records about Godalming and notes about the Court Rolls of Godalming Hundred and Manor, with extracts from proceedings of the courts of Godalming Hundred, Hambeldon and Enton, 1339-1340.
With property sale particulars for villa and cottage properties in Denmark Road, North Place and Stoke, Guildford, and business premises in Godalming, 1921 (original brochure, bound into the volume)

Notes on the Wintershall or Wintershull and Covert families and on Imbhams  PWN/C/49  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Wintershall or Wintershull and Covert families and on Imbhams [in Chiddingfold?] and the Strode, de Dol, Sydney and Bures families

Notes on the Tickner, West, Avenell, Smallpiece, Otway, Moore, Monger, Peto, Thatcher and Toft families  PWN/C/50  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on the Tickner, West, Avenell, Smallpiece, Otway, Moore, Monger, Peto, Thatcher and Toft families

Notes on a variety of places including Farnham Castle and Manor, and on the Lee family  PWN/C/51  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Worplesdon, the Manor of Farnham, Farnham Castle, Aldershot (Hampshire), Tongham, Seale, the Lee family and Farncombe, Godalming, Cranleigh and High Pallinghurst, Sparkham in Lysse [Liss, Hampshire], Rogate (Sussex), Cowpers and Dangstons in Terwick (Sussex), Chithurst (Sussex), Hawkley and Nurstead (Hampshire), Sittinghurst, Chiddingfold, Alfold, Bramley, Shalford, the Manor of Utworth, Ewhurst, Abinger, Rudgwick, Slinfold, Buxsted, Mayfield, Farrington (Hampshire), Wisborough Green (Sussex), Dunsfold and Old Haslemere.
With transcripts of the wills of Henry Napper of Dorking, Barbara Peachey and John Peachey

Notes on the Bridger, Dolys or Dolles, Champion, Perior and Hooke families  PWN/C/52  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Bridger, Dolys or Dolles, Champion, Perior and Hooke families

Attempts at a history of Godalming, with transcripts of some Godalming sources, pages from Woods solicitors account books, cuttings and pamphlets  PWN/C/53  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Attempts at a history of Godalming, with transcripts of some Godalming sources: Minutes of the Baptist Church, 1841, 1902, and memorandum re Meadrow Chapel; the rules of Godalming Friendly Society 1794, and the Act to replace, enlarge and rebuild Godalming Bridge.
With newspaper cuttings re Miss Charlotte Fielder, matron of Hambledon Workhouse, the religious history of Godalming, the will of J W Simmonds 1911, the funeral of Benjamin Kidd 1908 and Haslemere as a pocket borough, and the following originals, bound into the volume: articles on the town's history from Godalming Magazine 1910-1911; pages from the account books of Henry and C J Woods, solicitors, including about the Godalming Improvement Bill 1824-27 (which included the proposal to light the streets with gas); and pamphlets on 'Half an Hour in the Church of Saints Peter and Paul' (1897), 'Notes on the Restoration of Godalming Church' (1880), and 'Godalming and Haslemere in the Queen's Reign (1897)

Notes on Henry de Gildeford; Ashurst; trade tokens; the Manor of Worplesdon; the 1801 census; lay subsidies 1571; the Burley and Payne families  PWN/C/54  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Henry de Gildeford and his interest in Compton; Ashurst; trade tokens; survey of the Manor of Worplesdon; the census of Godalming 1801; lay subsidies 1571; the Burley and Payne families; laws about games 1388-1541; and very early references to Godalming, including the will of Alfred the Great

Notes on Godalming  PWN/C/55  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Godalming

Notes on Guildford  PWN/C/56  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Guildford

Notes on 'The villages excluding Chiddingfold and Haslemere'  PWN/C/57a  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on 'The villages excluding Chiddingfold and Haslemere'

Notes on 'The villages excluding Chiddingfold and Haslemere'  PWN/C/57b  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on 'The villages excluding Chiddingfold and Haslemere'

Notes on Haslemere  PWN/C/58  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Haslemere

Notes on Chiddingfold  PWN/C/59a  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Chiddingfold

Notes on Witley and Thursley  PWN/C/59b  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Witley and Thursley

Notes on the Balchin family  PWN/C/60  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Balchin family

Notes on the Smith or Smyth family  PWN/C/61  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Smith or Smyth family

Notes on the Wintershull and Bassett families  PWN/C/62  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Wintershull and Bassett families

Notes on the Westbrook families  PWN/C/63  [n.d.]

One folder of loose papers
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Westbrook families

'Rough copies Godalming court rolls'  PWN/C/64  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough copies Godalming court rolls', including extracts from court proceedings, 1357, 1591, 1505, lists of suitors 1588-1672

'Rough copies Godalming court rolls'  PWN/C/65  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough copies Godalming court rolls', including transcripts of proceedings in cases, Henry Matchwick vs Abraham Mills, 1688, Richard Bowler vs Laurence Collins, 1681, and Edward Perryor vs Joshua Toft, 1677

'Rough notes', including about Burningfold, 13th century  PWN/C/66  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including about Burningfold, 13th century

C J Woods's notebook - continued by his family after his death in 1869  PWN/C/67  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
C J Woods's notebook - continued by his family after his death in 1869. Includes schedules of deeds about Smith's Charity (1656-1850) and William Trigg's property (1704-1864). Attached and enclosed: receipts, including from executors of C J Woods

Transcript of part of the Godalming Warden's Book, and notes on Worplesdon  PWN/C/68  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcript of part of the Godalming Warden's Book, 1671-7, and notes on Worplesdon

Family trees and coats of arms, including of the Gardner and White families  PWN/C/69a  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Family trees and coats of arms, including of the Gardner and White families

Extracts from Godalming Manor rolls and Quaker registers  PWN/C/69b  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Extracts from Godalming Manor Court rolls and Godalming Society of Friends (Quaker) registers

Transcripts of Public Records, mainly final concords and common recoveries  PWN/C/69c  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Transcripts of Public Records, mainly final concords and common recoveries

Notes on the Smallpeice family  PWN/C/70  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on the Smallpeice family

Miscellaneous notes, including re Domesday Book and re the de Braose family  PWN/C/71  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Miscellaneous notes, including re Domesday Book and re the de Braose family

Miscellaneous notes, including lists of wills and the description of Godalming from John Ogilby's 'Britannia'  PWN/C/72  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Miscellaneous notes, including lists of wills and the description of Godalming from John Ogilby's 'Britannia'

Miscellaneous notes, 'Godalming Hundred; Assessments 1485-92'  PWN/C/73  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Miscellaneous notes, 'Godalming Hundred; Assessments 1485-92', [at Manor Courts]

Miscellaneous notes, marked 'Haslemere material'. Includes assessments 1792  PWN/C/74  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Miscellaneous notes, marked 'Haslemere material'. Includes assessments 1792

Notes on Haslemere deeds, wills and family trees, 17th-18th centuries; parish register entries, including West Clandon  PWN/C/75  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes on Haslemere deeds, wills and family trees, 17th-18th centuries; parish register entries, including West Clandon

Notes on Haslemere and Chiddingfold wills, and on the Smallpeice family of Guildford  PWN/C/76  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Notes on Haslemere and Chiddingfold wills, and on the Smallpeice family of Guildford

Notes marked ' General - largely Haslemere, Chiddingfold'  PWN/C/77  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notes marked ' General - largely Haslemere, Chiddingfold'

Lists of wills and deeds enrolled in the Public Records  PWN/C/78  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Lists of wills and deeds enrolled in the Public Records

List of brasses and curious inscriptions  PWN/C/79  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
'List of brasses and curious inscriptions' from all around the country (many inscriptions transcribed)

Extracts from Godalming Manor Court Rolls, 17th - 19th centuries  PWN/C/80  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Extracts from Godalming Manor Court Rolls, 17th -19th centuries, including list of free tenants, 1829

Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1564-1625  PWN/C/81a  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1564-1625

Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1625-1643  PWN/C/81b  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1625-1643

Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1644-1717  PWN/C/81c  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1644-1717

Transcripts of Shalford parish burial register 1783-1812  PWN/C/81d  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish burial register 1783-1812

Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1718-1812  PWN/C/81e  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish registers 1718-1812

Transcripts of Shalford parish marriage register 1781-1812  PWN/C/81f  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Shalford parish marriage register 1781-1812

Index to Shalford parish registers  PWN/C/81g  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Index to Shalford parish registers

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1583-1759  PWN/C/82a  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1583-1759

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1626-1655  PWN/C/82b  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1626-1655

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1655-1688, 1705-1753  PWN/C/82c  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1655-1688, 1705-1753

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1688-1758  PWN/C/82d  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1688-1758

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1688-1775  PWN/C/82e  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1688-1775

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1693-1793, with burials omitted 1614-1689  PWN/C/82f  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1693-1793, with burials omitted 1614-1689

Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1766-1812  PWN/C/82g  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of and notes on Godalming parish registers 1766-1812

Transcripts of St Mary Guildford parish registers 1541-1597  PWN/C/83a  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 5 notebooks or parts thereof

Contents:
Transcripts of St Mary Guildford parish registers 1541-1597

Transcripts of St Mary Guildford parish registers 1597-1654  PWN/C/83b  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 9 notebooks or parts thereof

Contents:
Transcripts of St Mary Guildford parish registers 1597-1654

Transcripts of St Mary Guildford baptism registers 1653-1837  PWN/C/83c  [n.d.]

One bundle of parts of notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Mary Guildford baptism registers 1653-1837

Transcripts of St Mary Guildford marriage registers 1653-1837  PWN/C/83d  [n.d.]

One bundle of parts of notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Mary Guildford marriage registers 1653-1837

Transcripts of St Mary Guildford burial registers 1653-1837  PWN/C/83e  [n.d.]

One bundle of parts of notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Mary Guildford burial registers 1653-1837

Index to St Mary Guildford parish registers  PWN/C/83f  [n.d.]

One bundle of parts of notebooks

Contents:
Index to St Mary Guildford parish registers

Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford baptism registers 1559-1801  PWN/C/84a  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 3 notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford baptism registers 1559-1801

Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford baptism registers 1801-1837  PWN/C/84b  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 2 notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford baptism registers 1801-1837

Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford marriage registers 1565-1837  PWN/C/84c  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 2 notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford marriage registers 1565-1837

Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford burial registers 1560-1837  PWN/C/84d  [n.d.]

One envelope containing 3 notebooks

Contents:
Transcripts of St Nicholas Guildford burial registers 1560-1837

Transcripts of Bramshott parish registers 1560-1728  PWN/C/85a  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Bramshott parish registers 1560-1728

Transcripts of Bramshott parish registers 1563-1725, with family tree of descendents of Robert Guildford  PWN/C/85b  [n.d.]

One notebook

Contents:
Transcripts of Bramshott parish registers 1563-1725, with family tree of descendents of Robert Guildford

'Rough notes', including 'Chancery proceedings 1621-1625' about Puttenham Manors and the Lussher family  PWN/C/86  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including 'Chancery proceedings 1621-1625' about Puttenham Manors and the Lussher family

'Rough notes', including lists of persons in the Godalming Hundred liable to pay the Hearth Tax, 1664  PWN/C/87  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including lists of persons in the Godalming Hundred liable to pay the Hearth Tax, 1664

'Rough notes', including many wills  PWN/C/88  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including many wills

'Rough notes', including much 14th century material  PWN/C/89  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including much 14th century material

'Rough notes', including Chancery proceedings 1655 concerning the Castillion family and Godalming Rectory, and Chitty family deeds  PWN/C/90  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including Chancery proceedings 1655 concerning the Castillion family and Godalming Rectory, and Chitty family deeds

'Rough notes', including many wills, and notes about the White and Tichborne families  PWN/C/91  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including many wills, and notes about the White and Tichborne families

'Rough notes' of wills and final concords, 16th-18th centuries  PWN/C/92  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of wills and final concords, 16th-18th centuries

'Rough notes' from Witley parish registers  PWN/C/93  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' from Witley parish registers.
This volume was used as the Surrey Archaeological Society's visitors book, March-July 1918

'Rough notes' from Shere parish registers  PWN/C/94  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' from Shere parish registers.

'Rough notes', including deeds (mainly of the Canaway family), wills and Woods family tree  PWN/C/95  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including deeds (mainly of the Canaway family), wills and Woods family tree

'Rough notes', mainly of wills, 16th-18th centuries. Also lists of subsidies paid, 1523, 1549  PWN/C/96  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly of wills, 16th-18th centuries. Also lists of subsidies paid, 1523, 1549

'Rough notes', mainly 16th-17th centuries, including about the Parvish or Purvoche family  PWN/C/97  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly 16th-17th centuries, including about the Parvish or Purvoche family

'Rough notes', including many wills, 16th-18th centuries  PWN/C/98  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including many wills, 16th-18th centuries, list of payments of Exchequer Lay Subsidies in the Hundred of Godalming, 1549, and list of burials at Godalming, 1605-1685

'Rough notes', including composition papers 1650-1653 and extracts from tithe apportionment  PWN/C/99  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including composition papers, 1650-1653, and extracts from tithe apportionment [1841]

'Rough notes', mainly of final concords and recoveries. Includes some deeds about the Marche family of Burningfold, 17th century  PWN/C/100  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly of final concords and recoveries. Includes some deeds about the Marche family of Burningfold, 17th century

'Rough notes', including from public records, 15th-17th centuries, and documents about the Bell Inn in New Windsor [Berkshire], 17th-18th centuries  PWN/C/101  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including from Patent Rolls, 1422-1429, and from other public records, 16th-17th centuries, and documents about the Bell Inn in New Windsor [Berkshire], 17th-18th centuries

'Rough notes', mainly wills  PWN/C/102  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills

'Rough notes' on a few wills, with list of Acts of Parliament concerning registration of births, baptisms, marriages and burials  PWN/C/103  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' on a few wills, with list of Acts of Parliament concerning registration of births, baptisms, marriages and burials

Rough notes', mainly about early records (e.g. Additional Charters in the British Museum). Includes list of the voters in the Godalming Hundred, 1775  PWN/C/104  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly about early records (e.g. Additional Charters in the British Museum). Includes list of the voters in the Godalming Hundred, 1775

Rough notes', mainly wills  PWN/C/105  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills. Includes lists of wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 18th century, and in the Comissary Court of Surrey, 17th century

'Rough notes', including lists of Exchequer Lay Subsidies paid, 17th century  PWN/C/106  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including lists of Exchequer Lay Subsidies paid, 17th century

'Rough notes' on wills, 16th-17th centuries  PWN/C/107  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' on wills, 16th-17th centuries, with a few 18th century

'Rough notes', mainly wills and extracts from Godalming parish registers, 16th-18th centuries  PWN/C/108  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills and extracts from Godalming parish registers, 16th-18th centuries

'Rough notes', mainly wills and final concords. Includes family trees of Woodcock and Heath families  PWN/C/109  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills and final concords, 16th-18th centuries. Includes family trees of Woodcock and Heath families, annotated 'Inform[ation] given me by Mr Rice'

'Rough notes' on wills, mainly 17th century  PWN/C/110  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' on wills, mainly 17th century

'Rough notes', including transcriptions of monuments in Godalming Parish Church  PWN/C/111  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including transcriptions of monuments in Godalming Parish Church

'Rough notes' of wills, including wills proved in Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1623-1640  PWN/C/112  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of wills, including wills proved in Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1623-1640

'Rough notes', mainly 18th century wills  PWN/C/113  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly 18th century wills

'Rough notes', including on the survey of Godalming [c.1549]  PWN/C/114  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including on the survey of Godalming [c.1549]

'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Patent Rolls, 16th-17th centuries  PWN/C/115  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Patent Rolls, 16th-17th centuries

'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Fine Rolls, 16th-17th centuries  PWN/C/116  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Fine Rolls, 16th-17th centuries

'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Fine Rolls, 16th-17th centuries, with some 16th and 18th century wills  PWN/C/117  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly from Close Rolls and Fine Rolls, 16th-17th centuries, with some 16th and 18th century wills

'Rough notes', deeds from Close Rolls, Inquisitions Post Mortem, Ministers' Accounts, and final concords, 16th-17th centuries  PWN/C/118  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', deeds from Close Rolls, Inquisitions Post Mortem, Ministers' Accounts, and final concords, 16th-17th centuries

'Rough notes' of wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1610-1625  PWN/C/119  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1610-1625

'Rough notes', mainly 16th century Inquisitions Post Mortem and 18th century common recoveries  PWN/C/120  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly 16th century Inquisitions Post Mortem and 18th century common recoveries

'Rough notes', mainly 16th-17th century wills and 17th-18th century final concords  PWN/C/121  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly 16th-17th century wills and 17th-18th century final concords

'Rough notes', mainly 18th century wills  PWN/C/122  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly 18th century wills

'Rough notes', mainly 16th-18th century wills  PWN/C/123  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 17th-18th centuries, and in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 16th-17th centuries, with lists of wills proved in the Archdeaconry and Commissary Courts of Surrey, 15th-17th centuries

'Rough notes', mainly wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 18th century  PWN/C/124  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', mainly wills proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 18th century

'Rough notes' of 15th-18th century wills  PWN/C/125  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of 15th-18th century wills

'Rough notes' of 16th-18th century wills  PWN/C/126  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of 16th-18th century wills

'Rough notes', including 16th-18th century wills and Additional Charters from the British Museum  PWN/C/127  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes', including 16th-18th century wills and Additional Charters from the British Museum

'Rough notes' of 16th-18th century wills  PWN/C/128  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of 16th-18th century wills

'Rough notes', including 16th-18th century wills and Additional Charters from the British Museum  PWN/C/129  [n.d.]

One notebook
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
'Rough notes' of 16th-17th century records, including notes on families from Harleian Manuscripts

'Woods Godalming Hundred' volumes  PWN/H  [n.d.]

21 large cloth-bound volumes

Contents:
Woods Godalming Hundred' volumes, mainly containing notes on the history of properties in the Hundred of Godalming, Surrey, and the families which owned them. Many deeds and wills are transcribed or translated in full, and original material (photographs, plans, sale particulars, etc) can be found bound into the volumes.

Notes on Godalming: Church Street (east side) and part of the High Street (north side)  PWN/H/1  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: Church Street (east side) and part of the High Street (north side from Church Street to Great George Street)

Notes on Godalming: part of the High Street (north side), and Bridge Street (west side)  PWN/H/2  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: part of the High Street (north side from Great George Street to Bridge Street) and Bridge Street (west side)

Notes on Godalming: part of the High Street (south side)  PWN/H/3  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: part of the High Street (south side from Pound Lane to Holloway Hill)

Notes on Godalming: Taylors, Crownpits, Brighton Road, Wharf Street and part of the High Street (south side)  PWN/H/4  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: Taylors, Crownpits, Brighton Road and part of the High Street (the present Wharf Street and the south side of the High Street from Bridge Street to Pound Lane)

Notes on Godalming: Church Street (west side), Market Place (north side), Hart Lane, Mill Lane, New Way and the Hatch  PWN/H/5  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: Church Street (west side), Market Place (north side), Hart Lane (present Mint Street), Mill Lane, New Way and the Hatch

Notes on Godalming: Hatch Mill, the Mint, Ockford Road and Westbrook  PWN/H/6  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming: Hatch Mill, the Mint, Ockford Road (from the Market Place) and Westbrook

Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1339-1413  PWN/H/7  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1339-1358, 1367, 1371-1372, 1377-1378, 1382-1385, 1412-1413, extracts from Treasury receipts, 1547-1550, and transcript of the grant of the lordship of the Hundred of Godalming to George More in 1601

Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1440-1580  PWN/H/8  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1440-1441, 1447-1449, 1452-1453, 1483-1484, 1503-1505, 1517-1518, 1536-1547, 1566-1580

Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1580-1799  PWN/H/9  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Transcripts of the Court Rolls of Godalming Manor, 1580-1706, 1733-1735, 1740-1763, 1782-1799

Notes on Hurtmore and Eashing  PWN/H/10  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Hurtmore and Eashing

Notes on Hurtmore, Catteshall and Vann  PWN/H/11  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Hurtmore, Catteshall and Vann

Notes on Catteshall and Farncombe  PWN/H/12  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Catteshall and Farncombe

Notes on Godalming Parish Church  PWN/H/13  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Godalming Parish Church

Notes on Haslemere and Thursley  PWN/H/14  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Haslemere and Thursley

Notes on Witley and Milford  PWN/H/15  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Witley and Milford

Notes on Mousehill, Witley and Thursley  PWN/H/16  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Mousehill, Witley and Thursley

Notes on Compton and Puttenham  PWN/H/17  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Compton and Puttenham

Notes on Hambledon  PWN/H/18  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Hambledon

Notes on Chiddingfold  PWN/H/19  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Chiddingfold

Notes on Chiddingfold  PWN/H/20  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Chiddingfold

Notes on Chiddingfold  PWN/H/21  [n.d.]

One large cloth-bound volume

Contents:
Notes on Chiddingfold

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