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Reference DE/A
Covering dates [14th C] - 1916
Held by Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
Extent 5 Series
Source of acquisition ACC 84 Deposited 1946
Creators Giles-Puller family of Youngsbury, Hertfordshire; Puller, Giles -, family of Youngsbury, Hertfordshire



MANORIAL RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

STANDON  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Marshalls, Youngs, Sutes  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll  DE/A/1  25 March 1659

Court Roll  DE/A/2  9 October 1668 - 12 June 1671

Court Roll  DE/A/3  1674, 1677-1679

Court Book  DE/A/4  1690 - 1708

Contents:
Wormley, Manor of 1680 (1 court) followed by Marshalls, Youngs & Sutes. At back of book Manor of Brockholds, Gt Munden 1689-1713; and with index

Court Roll  DE/A/5  1690

Court Roll  DE/A/6  1690

Court Roll (Special Court)  DE/A/7  2 December 1691

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Brown on surrender of William Michell. Surrender of Browne to Arthur Windus.
Property - Graycroft, Cobbes

Court Roll  DE/A/8  1693

Court Roll (Special Court)  DE/A/9  11th November 1700

Contents:
Surrender of Susanna Bryant and Admission of Benjamin Gardiner. Wardeswood Meade, Wadesmill

Court Roll  DE/A/10  3 October 1702

Court Roll  DE/A/11  23 July 1707

Court Roll  DE/A/12  11 September 1728

Court Roll  DE/A/13  1754 - 1762

Minutes of Special Court & General Court  DE/A/14 & 15  16 March 1801

List of copyhold & freehold tenants and their holdings  DE/A/16-17  1769

Contents:
(Also amended copy)

Lists of Quitrents due (two with receipt, 1787) and rentals  DE/A/18-27  1761 - 1792

Account of freeholds & copyholds purchased by David Barclay  DE/A/28  Undated [late 18th cent]

Abstract of title  DE/A/29  1628-1795

Contents:
Wm Cunliffe Shaw. Marshalls, Youngs & Sutes

Letters  DE/A/30-35  1769-1771

Contents:
Re purchase of land D Barclay to J Hall

Bundle of receipts for quit rents: various manors  DE/A/56-65  1728-1732/3

Manor of Barwick  [no ref. or date]

Court book  DE/A/66  November 1823 - October 1916

Contents:
Manor of Barwick (indexed)

TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

STANDON  [no ref. or date]

Havens End, HAVEN END OR HEAVENS END  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  DE/A/67  20th June 1628

Contents:
(In connection with settlement of daughters of Richard W). Richard Wroth to John Thorowgood esq & John Wroth.
"Manors or Farmes of Sootes and Younges" and land called "Syme by Sowthes".
Other personal names given.
Signatures

Deed of revocation  DE/A/68-69  1 July 1631

Contents:
Richard Wroth: in connection with DE/A/67
Seals missing.
Signatures
Endorsements Note re the document attached (paper)

Mortgage  DE/A/70  9 September 1661

Two seals, red wax devices (one broken)

Contents:
John Wroth; & Margaret Wrothe, his mother, widow [of William] to Richard Nash.
Messuage at Haven End and various lands. Field Names - Upper Yearleys, Lower Yearleys, Pieces in Southfield, Handley, Thunder Mash, Stoneyfield, Bleakley Corner and Widenfield.
Witnesses.
Signatures

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/71-72  13 & 14 October 1663

Contents:
John Wroth of Haven End, and Margaret his mother, to Nicholas Highmore. Farm house and buildings formerly part of Manor house of Youngs [? the Home Farm].
Field names - Younges fields, Ley Croft, Brod Rowley, the Moores, the Brittells, Deerham meade, Little Millfield, Pieces in Thunder Marsh, Southfield, Southy, Stoney field, Handley field, Neither Streete, Widen, Barwicke field; Roundwood, Bushey Leazes, Will Halloms grove, Piece in Millfield.
Witnesses: Jo Barry, Richard Kirby, Edward Latimer.
Seals - armorial - wrapped in paper.
Signatures

Counterpart of lease for 99 years  DE/A/73  16 March 1663/4

Contents:
John Wroth of Haven End to Margaret Wroth, widow, his mother.
Capital messuage or manor house called Youngs; 2a in Millfield, 4a in Hazeldon Field, 10a in Southyfield, close called Bentley; Cookes Croft; Thistley Leas; Broade Meade; The Hose; 3a in Stonyfield, la in Aldick, la in Southfield, la in Handley, 5a in Nether Street Field, 6a in Southy field; messuage & la in High Cross; Rockhams; farm in occupation of Hughson, & 23a at Standon Green End.
"Excepting.... such part of the out-houses belonging to the said Cheife, mancon or mannor house as is made into a farm house ..."
Witnesses: Jo Barry, Nicho Highmore, Am Saunders, Edward Latimer.
Signature of Margaret Wrothe.
Endorsements - Assignment: Margaret Wrothe to Robert Bird: All property except the farm at Standon Green End. 13 August 1677

Assignment of Mortgage by Lease & Release  DE/A/74-75  31 May and 1 June 1666

Contents:
Nicholas Highmore, John Wroth, Margaret Wroth, Edward Wroth to Thomas Honylove.
Property as DE/A/71-72.
Witnesses: Geo ?Shyar, John Polhill, Daniell Sexton, John Hare & Ben Howe.
Seals 4 on each - red wax - in paper devices.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/76-77  Trinity 1666


Related information: In connection with DE/A/74-75

Defeazance in connection with a Statute Staple  DE/A/78  5 July 1666


Related information: In connection with DE/A/74-5

Contents:
Thomas Honylove and John & Margaret Wroth.
Other personal names given

Assignment of mortgage by Lease & Release  DE/A/79-80  11 April 1667


Related information: Same as DE/A/71-72. Field names see DE/A/71

Contents:
Honeylove, Highmore & Wroths to Mary Delabar.
Seals 4 armorial - red wax - in paper DE/A/79

Statute Staple  DE/A/81  12 April 1667


Related information: In connection with DE/A/82

Contents:
John & Margaret Wroth (his mother) to Mary Delabar
Seals. Signatures

Defeazance  DE/A/82  12 April 1667

Contents:
Mary Delabar and John and Margaret Wroth
In connection with DE/A/79
Property as in DE/A/79
Seals. Signatures

Will  DE/A/83  11 June 1667

Contents:
John Wrothe
Witnesses to will - Will Townley, Charles Brooke, Jo Poole.
Witnesses to sealing - John Cannon & Jane Marshall.
Seals - 4 red wax, 3 devices, 1 armorial (i in paper)

Mortgages  DE/A/84 & 85  23 October 1668

Contents:
John Wroth to Daniel Grave.
Lands in Standon. Field Names (DE/A/84) Piece in Neither Street, Thunder Mash, Sowe Field (piece in), Yarly crofte, Pieces in Handley Hill, Aldicke; Bradley, Aldicks Lane, Pieces in Stone field & Southy field; Mounkes crofte. (DE/A/85) Donnckens, Pieces in Southy field, Hasselldone; Millfield (Abuttals given)
Seals 1 Red wax - device on each.
Signature of John Wroth

Assignment of mortgage in DE/A/85  DE/A/86  24 March 1676

Contents:
Edward Wroth, Margaret Wroth, & Daniel Grave to Robert Bird.
Lands in Standon as in DE/A/85.
(Donnckens etc)
Field names see DE/A/85.
Witnesses: J Best, Wm Gregory, Tho Burrell, H Barwell, M Waite, J Best, John Cosson?, John Beck.
Seals 3, Red wax - armorial - in paper.
Signatures
Endorsements - Receipt

Lease & Release  DE/A/87 & 88  25 May 1677

Contents:
John & Judith Bateman, Samuel & Jane Swinnock, John & Mary Byfield, Thomas & Susann Bird, John & Mary Walden, Sarah Kirke, Edward Wroth, Margaret Wroth to William & John Leake.
Farm house & buildings formerly part of Younges (As in DE/A/71-72)
Field names as in DE/A/71-72.
Witnesses: Theodore Devaux, Peter Oulton, J Best, Thomas Brograve, Edmond Halfheid, Wm. Gregory, G Underwood, James Hodge, Joseph Corne, John Gillett, Joanna Goldsmith, Elenor Stooper, M Waite, T Burrell, H Barwell, Wm Gregory.
Seals - 13.
Signatures

Receipt for purchase money  DE/A/89  25 May 1677


Related information: In connection with DE/A/87 & DE/A/88

Contents:
Parties as in DE/A/87 & DE/A/88
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/90 & 91  Michaelmas 1677


Related information: In connection with DE/A/87 & DE/A/88

Assignment of Statute Staple  DE/A/92  25 May 1677

Contents:
By John & Judith Bateman, Samuel & Jane Swinnock, John & Mary Byfield, Thomas & Susan Bird to William & John Leake (Four wives are heirs of Mary Delabar).
Property as DE/A/81.
Seals.
Signatures

Haven End  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/93  7th August 1677

Contents:
Richard Nash and Wroths to Robert Bird.
Farmhouse, etc and lands at Haven End

Lease and Release  DE/A/94 & 95  8th & 9th August 1677

Contents:
Receipt and list of incumberances attached to Release.
Margaret and Edward Wroth to William and John Leake.
Manor of Younges, farm, lands, etc (except those in Manor of Sacombe and farm and lands occupied by John Foster at Haven End, and Manors of Marshalls and Sutes).
Field names - Youngs Feilde, Ley-croft alias Hey-croft, Broad Rowley, Upper and Lower Moores, Brittells, Deerham-Meade, Little Milfeild, Piece in Thundermarsh, Round Wood, Bushey Leaze alias Southey, Great Wood, Will Hallow alias Will Hill Grove, Southey Little Wood, Broad Meadow, The Hose, Thisley Feild alias Popleshott, Cookes Croft, Benton Close alias Little Cookes Croft, Piece in Southey Valley, The Pightell, Piece in Branlands, Southfeild-Hill, Pieces in Southey field, Piece in Stoney feild, Piece in Handley feild, Piece in Nether Streete feild, Piece in Widen Feild, Piece in Oaken plant feild, Piece in Hopet feild, Piece in Tylers Hill feild, Piece in Barwicke feild, Piece in Milfeild, Piece in Haseldon feild. Excepting The Homestall or Upper Yarleys, Lower Yarleys, Piece in Handley feild, Piece in Stoney feild -Hawcroft, Piece in Thunder Marsh, Piece in Southfield, Piece in Bleakly Corner, Piece in Wyden feild, Piece in Dounckens, Piece in Haselden Seals - 1 (2 seals missing). Red wax device paper covered.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/96  Michaelmas 1677


Related information: In connection with DE/A/94 and DE/A/95

Bargain and sale  DE/A/97  9th August 1677


Related information: Field names (see DE/A/84 and DE/A/85)

Contents:
Margaret and Edward Wroth to William and John Leake.
As in DE/A/94 and DE/A/95.
Seals - 1 (1 missing). Red wax paper covered.
Signatures

Deed of declaration of trust  DE/A/98  10th August 1677

Seals - 2 red wax - broken

Contents:
William and John Leake.
As in DE/A/87-8 and DE/A/94-5.
Manor house of Younges, etc.
Signatures

Mortgage and re-demise of Mortgage  DE/A/99 & 100  10th and 11th August 1677

Contents:
Robert Bird, William and John Leake to Margaret and Edward Wroth (DE/A/99) and Margaret and Edward Wroth to Robert Bird and William and John Leake (DE/A/100).
Farm house and lands at Youngs.
Field names - As in DE/A/94 and DE/A/95 from "Broad Meadow" to end including those before excepted.
Seals - 2 (1 missing). Red wax in paper.
Signatures.
Assignment to Ann Leake by Edward Wroth (on DE/A/99)

Mortgage with schedule of incumbrances attached  DE/A/101  13th August 1677

Contents:
Robert Bird, William and John Leake to Edward Wroth.
Messuage and lands [? at Haven End]. Part of property in DE/A/94 and DE/A/95. (In occupation of John Siggins).
Field names.
Seals - (1 missing). Red wax in paper.
Signatures.
Receipts for interest, etc 1678-1679

Articles of Agreement  DE/A/102  13th August 1677

Contents:
Margaret and Edward Wroth, and Robert Bird, William and John Leake.
Manor of Youngs with Royalties of Marshalls and Sutes.
Seals - 3 - red wax - armorial - paper covered.
Signatures

Lease and Release (sewn together)  DE/A/103  20th and 21st July 1686

Contents:
Thomas Holden and George White.
Southisle feild.
Seals - 1 - red wax - device.
Endorsements - receipt for purchase money

Bond in connection with surrender  DE/A/104  21st July 1686

Contents:
Thomas Holden alias Seamer and George White.
Messuage (lately erected) called Younges, and various lands in manors of Rennesley and Sacombe.
Field names -
Piece in Blackley) Manor of Sacombe
Piece in Bradley) Manor of Sacombe
Piece in Hawley) Manor of Sacombe
Piece in Thundermarsh - Manor of
Wrennsley
Alias
Wreninsley
Witnesses - Ben Gardiner,
Edw Spranger.
Signature - Thomas Holden

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/105  21st July 1686

Contents:
Thomas Holden to use of George White of Tewin and Hannah, his wife.
Youngs and lands (Bridells Croft adjoining).
Field names - Bridells Croft.
Piece in Bradley feild
Piece in Southey feild
Piece in Handley feild
Piece in Stoney feild
Piece in Alducke feild
Witnesses - William Michell,
William Brand.
Signature - Thomas Holden

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Rennesley  DE/A/106  26th September 1688

Contents:
Surrender of Thomas Holden and Admission of George White.
Piece of land in Thunder Marsh.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Remarks - in connection with DE/A/104

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Rennesley  DE/A/107  2nd May 1690

Contents:
Admission of George White after surrender of Thomas Holden.
Youngs with land as in DE/A/105.
Field names - as in DE/A/105.
Other personal names.
Remarks - in connection with DE/A/105

Deed poll: Quitclaim  DE/A/108  10th October 1692

Contents:
Edward Wroth to Robert Bird.
Customary lands (not specified) held of Manor of Sacombe. Also Southey Field.
Witnesses - Owen Feltham,
William Walcott.
Signatures

Copies of Court Roll: Manor of Rennesley  DE/A/109 & 110  13th October 1704

Contents:
Admission of Sara Wheateley and Hanne Smith on death of Hanne White.
Piece of land in Thunder Marsh.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copies of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/111 & 112  28th July 1707

Contents:
Death of Hanne White (widow of George) and admission of Sara Wheatley and Hanna Smith.
Youngs and lands as in DE/A/105.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Remarks - in connection with DE/A/105 and DE/A/107

Lease for 21 years  DE/A/113  20th March 1719

Contents:
John Bird to Joseph Ives.
Manor house of Younges, farm and land, etc, excepting two rooms in Youngs, a stable and hay loft, etc.
Field names - Younges feilds, Laycroft, Bridalls, Lower Bentleys or Cooks Croft, Upper Bentleys or Upper Cooks Croft, Pople Shott, Natts Parke, Broad Rowley, Upper and Lower Moores, Hosemeade, Millfeild, Deerhams, the new Inclosure, The Pightle, Donkens, Southy Vale or Bottom, Pieces in Southey feild, Pieces in Hasledon feild, Pieces in Widen feild, Pieces in Millfeild, Pieces in Barwick feild, Pieces in Broadmeade Seals - 1 red wax device.
Signature - Joseph Ives

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/114  21st June 1726

Contents:
John and Sarah Wheatley, Hannah Bryden to John and Frances Pitts.
Youngs and lands as in DE/A/105.
Field names as in DE/A/105.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/115  8th March 1762


Related information: (See DE/A/114)

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Sarah How and Miss Elizabeth Winder as grand-daughters of John Pitts dec'd.
Youngs with lands as in DE/A/105.
Field names as in DE/A/107.
Other personal names.
Remarks - refers to courts held on 11th September 1728 and 31st October 1754

Steward's expenses  DE/A/116  1743-1766

Contents:
(Howes, Winder, etc), Elizabeth Winder now having married Thos Hollingsworth.
Youngs, etc.
Signature - Thos Sheppard

Lease and Release  DE/A/117 & 118  25th and 26th December 1788


Related information: See DE/A/327 onwards

Contents:
Thomas and Wm Hollingsworth (sons of the late Eliz Winder) to David Barclay.
Messuage or tenement called Youngs, etc, copyhold and freehold lands.
Field names -
½ part of land in Thunder Marsh
½ part of land in Southistle Field called Southgate.
½ part of copyhold lands:-
3 acres in Blackley
5 roods in Bradley
½ acre in Handley
3 roods in Thunder Marsh (M of Rennesley).
Youngs
Bridles Croft
Pieces in Stony Field
Piece in Southy Field
Piece in Handley Field
Piece in Alduck Field
All in Manor of Marshalls, Youngs & Sutes
And land held of Manor of Sacomb.
Seals - 2 red wax devices.
Signatures

Mortgage by Lease and Release  DE/A/119 & 120  26th and 27th November 1733

Contents:
Marmaduke and Abigail Lilly to Esther Vane.
¼th part of Youngs; farm house; farm at Haven End; 2 more farms in Standon; woods (Herts) and property in Denham, Bucks, Harlow, Essex, and Drury Lane, London, and Wood Street, London.
Seals - 2 - devices - red wax.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/121 & 122  Michaelmas 1733


Related information: In connection with DE/A/119 and DE/A/120

Contents:
As in DE/A/119 and DE/A/120

Lease and Release  DE/A/123 & 124  26th and 27th July 1734

Contents:
Marmaduke and Abigail Lilly (are of neices and co-heirs of John Bird decd) to Alexander Jesson and Abigail Bird.
Fourth part of Youngs; five farms, lands in Standon; property in Denham, Bucks, Harlow, Essex, and Drury Lane, London.
Field names - Younges feild, Laycroft, Briddalls, Lower Bentleys or Cooks Croft, Upper Bentleys, Bentons Close, Upper Cooks Croft, Thistlefield alias Poppleshot, Natts Park, Broad Rowley, Upper and Lower Moore, Horse Mead, Little Mill Field, Deerhams, Dunkens, Southy Vale or Bottom, Broad Mead, Pieces In Southy Field, Hazledon Field, Widon Field, Mill Field and Barwick Field; Monks Croft, Pater Pightle; Piece in Hanly Field, Nether Street Field, Stony Field, Homefield, Thunder Marsh, Marks Field, Aldicke Field, South Field Hills; Roundwood, Bushey Leaze alias Southy Gt Wood, Willhallow alias Willhill Grove, Southy Little Wood.
Other personal names

Mortgage  DE/A/125 & 126  4th and 5th September 1735

Contents:
Elizabeth Bird to Thomas Bramston.
¼th part of Youngs; five farms, lands in Standon; property in Denham, Bucks, Harlow, Essex, and Drury Lane, London (as in DE/A/123-124) and Stock.
Field names as in DE/A/123-4.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 - Red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Mortgage by Lease and Release  DE/A/127 & 128  9th and 10th June 1736

Contents:
(1) Thomas Bramston; (2) Elizabeth Bird; (3) Edward Gee.
¼th part of property and stock as in DE/A/123-126.
Field names as in DE/A/123-4.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 on lease, 2 on release - red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Mortgage by Lease and Release  DE/A/129 & 130  9th and 10th June 1736

Contents:
Thomas Carleton and Prudence, his wife (1); Elizabeth Vane (2); Luke Robinson (3), with consent of others (Prudence and Elizabeth are daughters and co-heirs of the late Esther Vane).
¼ part of Youngs and other property as in DE/A/123-128 also stock (includes farm at back of Youngs).
Field names - as in DE/A/123-4.
Other personal names.
Seals - 3 on lease; 5 on release.
Red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/131 & 132  Trinity 1736


Related information: In connection with DE/A/129 and DE/A/130

Contents:
As in DE/A/129 and DE/A/130.
Field names

Settlement  DE/A/133  1736

Contents:
On marriage of George Jesson and Martha Bird (one of the nieces and co-heirs of the late Robert Bird).
¼th part of Youngs, etc as in DE/A/129-130.
Other personal names.
Seals - 7 - red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/134  1736

Contents:
Sir Nathaniel Tench to Jane Bird.
Concerning case in Chancery re intestacy of John Bird (£1,000 owed to Charitable Corpn).
Other personal names.
Witnesses.
Seals - armorial - red wax.
Signature - Nathaniel Teuch

Demise to secure loan  DE/A/135  21st September 1737


Related information: See DE/A/123-4 (These deeds recited)

Contents:
Alexander Jesson and Abigail Bird (1); Marmaduke Lilly and Abigail, wife (2); to Charles Kemp (3).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 3 (1 missing) - black wax - armorial.
Signatures.
Endorsement - Date 25 May 1738.
Security for further loan

Mortgage for securing payment  DE/A/136  29th September 1738

Contents:
Marmaduke Lilly to Charles Kemp (this conveyance is necessary as Abigail Lilly, party to previous deeds, has died).
Property - as before.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 - crest - red wax.
Signatures

Copy Will  DE/A/137  4th July 1738

Contents:
Of Marmaduke Lilly.
All property left to Elizabeth Miller his servant provided she cares for "my poor little Dog".
Charles Kemp appointed executor.
Pr: 12th October 1738

Fines  DE/A/138 & 139  Mich: 1738 and Hil: 1738/9

Contents:
George Newell, Alexander Jesson, Joseph Porter, plts, and George Jesson, and Martha, his wife, defs.
¼th part of Youngs and Denham

Lease and Release  DE/A/140 & 141  18th June 1739

Contents:
Edward Gee (1); Elizabeth Bird (2); Jane Bird (3).
¼th part of Youngs, etc.
Elizabeth holds London property, and Jane the rest.
Field names - as before.
Witnesses.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/142 & 143  18th and 19th June 1739

Contents:
Elizabeth Bird to Jane Bird.
¼th part of Youngs, etc and 1/3rd part of Harlow property.
Seals - 1 on each - red wax - device.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/144 & 145  Trinity 1739


Related information: In connection with DE/A/142-143

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/142-3.

Lease and Release in trust  DE/A/146 & 147  9th and 10th December 1740


Related information: See DE/A/129-130

Contents:
Luke Robinson (1); Charles Kemp (2); and Edward Woder (3)
¼th part of Younges, etc, Denham, Essex and London, and 1/3rd part of Harlow property.
Field names - as in DE/A/123-4.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 on lease - 3 on release - devices - red wax - broken.
Signatures

Articles of Agreement re conveyance  DE/A/148  5th August 1740

Contents:
George Jesson and Martha, his wife, and Jane Bird.
¼ part of Younges, etc except lease DE/A/113. 1/3rd part of Harlow property.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease and release  DE/A/149 & 150  1st and 2nd June 1742

Contents:
George and Martha Jesson, Abigail Bird, George Newell, Alexander Jesson and Joseph Porter, to Jane Bird.
Property - as in DE/A/148 (this being part of Martha's marriage settlement, her husband is to invest the purchase money in other property for her use).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/151 & 152  Michaelmas 1742


Related information: In connection with DE/A/149-150

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/150

Settlement  DE/A/153  8th May 1744

Contents:
Prior to marriage of David Poole and Jane Bird,
(1) David Poole;
(2) Jane Bird;
(3) Edward Booth and George Jesson Property - ¾th parts of Younges, etc. Field names

Lease and release  DE/A/154 & 155  23rd and 24th January 1745

Contents:
Woder and others to David Poole.
Property - remaining ¼th part of Younges, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Attested copy of Will and Codicil  DE/A/156  9th August 1758

Contents:
Of David Poole.
Knottingley, Yorks; Youngs, Herts; Liverpool; Shipping, etc in R Douglas.
Other personal names.
Codicil: 2nd January 1760; Pr: 13th January 1763

Lease and Release with covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/157 & 158  3rd and 4th July 1769

Contents:
Jane Poole, widow of David Poole, to Josiah Poole (son).
¾th parts of Youngs, etc, Denham and Harlow.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/159 & 160  3rd and 4th July 1769

Contents:
Jane Poole, widow of David Poole, and others (executors of Will of David Poole) to Josiah Poole.
¼th part of Youngs, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release and Covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/161 & 162  5th and 6th July 1769

Contents:
Josiah Poole and Jane Poole to David Barclay.
Youngs, etc.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Bargain and Sale  DE/A/163  6th July 1769

Contents:
Josiah Poole and Jane Poole, to David Barclay.
Youngs, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Attested copy of Deed of Covenant to produce Title Deeds  DE/A/164  10th October 1775

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury, esq, to David Poole of Bath.
Property - in Harlow and Denham (with deeds re Standon property)

Fines  DE/A/165 & 166  Trinity 1769

Contents:
Parties - as in DE/A/163.
Youngs, etc

Assignment of Household goods and furniture in Youngsbury House  DE/A/167  6th July 1769

Contents:
Exors. of David Poole to David Barclay.
Seals - 2 red wax - 1 armorial (Yates), 1 device.
Signatures - Jane Poole and Joseph Yates

Account and receipts for stock  DE/A/168 & 169  28th July 1769; 8th Sept 1769; 9th Oct 1770

Contents:
Farrow to Barclay.
Stock on lands purchased by Barclay at Youngsbury.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/170  8th February 1771


Related information: See DE/A/115

Contents:
Surrender of Robert Howes and wife to Barclay.
½ part of Messuage called Youngs, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - J Hall (Steward E Allen, S Day;
Signatures - Robt Howes and Sarah Howes

Lease and Release  DE/A/171 & 172  7th and 8th February 1771

Contents:
Robert and Sarah Howes to Barclay.
½ part of:- Piece in Thunder Marsh, piece in Southistle field and other property.
Signatures

Lawyer's receipted account  DE/A/173  1769-1771

Contents:
Fenwick Lyddal and David Barclay.
Re purchase of Youngsbury estate and expenses incurred.
Receipt dated 1st March 1771

Memorandum of Court  DE/A/174  26th December 1788

Contents:
Wm Hollingsworth surrenders to David Barclay.
½ part of messuage called Youngs with lands.
Field names

Lease and Release (2 copies)  DE/A/175 - 177  22nd and 23rd February 1793

Contents:
Barclay to Shawe. Security to Pole who has lent Shawe part of purchase money.
Youngsbury Mansion and estate, Sutes Farm, Manors of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes; tenements and lands in Wadesmill, Fabdens farm, etc (in occupation of Thomas Norton).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Bond for Quiet Enjoyment  DE/A/178  23rd February 1793


Related information: In connection with DE/A/175-177

Contents:
David Barclay and Wm Cunliffe Shawe.
Property - as in DE/A/175-177.
Field names.
Seals - red wax device.
Signature - Barclay

Abstract of title  DE/A/179  1770-1793

Contents:
Shawe - "to such part of the Youngsbury Estate as was not purchased of Mr Serjeant Poole's Family"

Lease and release  DE/A/180 & 181  30th and 31st March 1796


Related information: See DE/A/175-177

Contents:
Wm Cunliffe Shaw to Daniel Giles, with consent of exors of late Samuel Poole.
Youngsbury and estate, Sutes, Manors of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes, tenements, etc in Wadesmill, Fabdens farm, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of bond  DE/A/182  31st March 1796


Related information: (In connection with 180-181). Property - see Nos. DE/A/180-181

Contents:
Wm Cunliffe Shawe to Daniel Giles
Signature - Shawe

Draft surrender  DE/A/183  1831

Contents:
Proctor to Giles.
2 acres in Willowfield, Graycroft, Cobbs, close abutting on Hammonds Green, Noakes Garden, 2 acres in Staplefield.
Other personal names

Draft Deed of Covenant  DE/A/184  11th May 1832

Contents:
Proctor (1); King (2); Lady Louisa Puller (3).
Part of Youngsbury estate

Deed of covenant  DE/A/185  11th May 1832


Related information: See DE/A/184

Contents:
George Proctor (1); Benjamin King (2); Lady Louisa Puller (3).
Part of Youngsbury Estate

Two draft surrenders  DE/A/186 & 187  1832

Contents:
Proctor to King (refer to Will of Daniel Giles).
Part of Youngsbury estate

Copy Absolute surrender  DE/A/188  11th June 1832

Contents:
Proctor to King (refers to Will of Daniel Giles).
Part of Youngsbury estate

Seven volumes of inventories of Farm, house, etc  DE/A/189 - 195  May 1892

Contents:
Youngsbury house and farm

2 labels to following 17 documents, DE/A/198-214  DE/A/196-7  Undated

Quitclaim  DE/A/198  22nd September 1601

Contents:
Robert Dalton to Joseph Dalton.
½ part of a messuage and lands at "Hevenende".
Field names - Pieces in Southfield, Hanley Common field and Wicdenfeld alias Wydenfeld; Parcel called Markes, Pieces in Stonyfeld, 2 roods abutting on the way leading from Hevenende to Wadesmill, Pieces in Aldewick and Netherstrete.
Other personal names.
Seal - missing.
Signature - Robert Dalton

Covenant to create estate in fee simple.  DE/A/199  9th February 1631/2

Contents:
Joseph Dalton to Edmund Tappe.
Messuage in Haven end and 5 acres of copyhold land.
Seals - missing

Feoffment.  DE/A/200  11th May 1637

Contents:
Edmund Tapp to Dive Massam.
Messuage at Haven end and freehold lands.
Endorsements - seisin given by Robert Dowell - Tapp's attorney

Covenant to stand seized.  DE/A/201  6th September 1654

Contents:
Dive Massam (1); Ralph Curle and Randall Lawrence (2) to the uses of Hugh Massam and Philadelpha his wife (daughter of Ralph Curle).
Messuage at Haven end.
Witnesses.
Remarks - 1/5th part of property in Ware also settled.

Bargain and sale.  DE/A/202  4th April 1655

Contents:
Dive Massam and Elizabeth, his wife, and Hugh Massam and Philadelpha, his wife, to Thomas Northupp.
Messuage, etc at Haven end.
Other personal names.
Seals - 4 - red wax.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/203  Easter 1655


Related information: In connection with DE/A/202.

Contents:
Thomas Northupp (plt); Dive and Elizabeth Massam and Hugh and Philadelpha Massam (defs).
Property - as in DE/A/202

Bargain and sale.  DE/A/204  13th October 1678

2 Seals broken

Contents:
Elizabeth Northropp, widow, and Henry and Elizabeth Edridge to Mary Edwards.
Messuage and lands at Haven end.
Field names - Markes close, 1 acre in Aldicke Feild, 1 acre in Stony Feild, Piece in South Feild, 1 acre in "Feild called Oakenplant", ½ acre in Netherstreete Feild, Piece in Barwicke Feild, 1 acre in Handle Feild.
Other personal names.
Seals - 3 - red wax.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/205  Michaelmas 1678


Related information: In connection with DE/A/204.

Contents:
Elizabeth Northropp, Henry and Elizabeth Edridge

Bargain and sale.  DE/A/206  26th October 1662

Contents:
John Wroth to John Daniel.
2 acres of land in Southy field.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 - red wax - device.
Signatures

Lease and Release.  DE/A/207 - 208  2nd and 3rd March 1684

Contents:
John Daniell of High Cross to Dorothy Daniell of Standon.
2½ acres in Southyfeild.
Field names.
Other personal names

Bargain and sale and receipt.  DE/A/209 - 210  3rd June 1684

Seals - 1 - red wax in paper - broken.

Contents:
Richard Matthews, exor of late Mary Edwards, to Dorothy Daniell.
Messuage and lands at Haven end.
Field names - as in DE/A/204.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Rd Fordham
Jeffrey Calvert
Elizabeth Brooks.
Signature - Richard Mathews

Lease and release.  DE/A/211 - 212  2nd and 3rd June 1684

Seals - 2 - red wax in paper - broken.

Contents:
Henry and Elizabeth Edridge to Dorothy Daniell.
Messuage and lands at Haven end in occupation of Richard Wisbich.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - (as DE/A/210).
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/213 - 214  Trinity 1684


Related information: In connection with DE/A/211-2.

Contents:
Dorothy Daniell and Henry and Elizabeth Edridge.
Property - as in DE/A/211-2

2 labels to Lease and Release. Lease and Release. Also 2 extracts from Ware registers re baptism of Richard Daniell.  DE/A/215 - 220  17th and 18th November 1690

Contents:
Richard Daniell of London, son and heir of Dorothy Daniell, decd, to Anne Leeke, widow, and John Bird, her grandson.
Messuage and lands at Haven end in occupation of Richard Wisbich.
Schedule of lands attached.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals

Label to following twelve documents, DE/A/222-233  DE/A/221  [n.d.]

Deed of feoffment by bargain and sale.  DE/A/222  4th July 1660

Contents:
John Wrothe of Whetstone, Middx and Margarett Wrothe, widow (his mother) to Sarah Colt of Thundridge, widow, Sarah Cocke of Thundridge, widow, and John Cocke of Thundridge (2nd son of Sarah Cocke).
Messuage at Gladens End ose Havens End and orchard, 1 acre adjoining, Gladings Croft (abutting on lane leading by the messuage to High Cross), Muncks Closes (4); piece in South Field; piece in Southy Field; piece in Stonyfield; piece in Neitherstreet field; (Abuttals set out).
Witnesses - Jo Dalton
Nicholas Crane
John Larance
[John Dalton - sic]
Wm Warner
Tho Kerby
Robt Dalton.
Signatures

Mortgage.  DE/A/223  21st March 1686/7

Contents:
John Cocke of Thundridge to Fulke Tudor of Tewin "doctor in divinity".
Messuage at Haven end and lands as in DE/A/222 (now in occupation of John Harris).
Field names.
Witnesses - [?Samuel]Battell
Wm Johnson
Ar Windus
Samuell Browne
Wm Towerson
Ben Gardiner
George Matthews
Geo White
Gabriel Towerson
Sam Bentham
Edward Spranger
Will Howland.
Signature - John Cocke.
Endorsements - Assignment of mortgage - executors of Tudor to Robert Bird in trust to attend inheritance. (Francis Grange and wife).
24th Sept 1689

Bond in connection with mortgage in DE/A/223.  DE/A/224  21st March 1686/7

Contents:
John Cocke to Fulke Tudor.
Seals - 1 - red wax.
Signature - Cocke

Conveyance by lease and release and covenant to levy a fine.  DE/A/225 - 226  23rd and 24th September 1689

Contents:
John Cocke and Sarah, his wife, to Francis Grange of Thundridge, clerks, and Elizabeth, his wife.
Messuage and lands as in DE/A/222.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/227 - 228  Michaelmas 1689


Related information: In connection with DE/A/225-6.

Contents:
Francis and Elizabeth Grange quer; and John and Sarah Cocke defs.
1 messuage, 1 garden, 2 orchards, pasture, etc as in DE/A/222.
Other personal names

Deed of covenant to levy fine and covenant to surrender copyhold.  DE/A/229  22nd May 1695

Contents:
Francis Grange of Widford, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Elizabeth Bird of London, spinster, daughter of Robert Bird.
Messuage at Havens End, etc as in DE/A/222. (Copyhold - pieces in Bradley, Aldick and Southfield - manor of Sacombe)

Fines  DE/A/230 - 231  Trinity 1695


Related information: In connection with DE/A/229.

Contents:
Elizabeth Bird, spinster, quer, and Francis and Elizabeth Grange, defs.
1 messuage, 1 orchard and lands as in DE/A/222

Lease for 6 months and Release.  DE/A/232 - 233  15th and 16th December 1696

Contents:
Elizabeth Bird (dau of Robert Bird) to John Bird of Lincolns Inn, gent.
Messuage and lands as in DE/A/222.
Seal - red wax - device.
Signature - Elizabeth Bird.
Endorsement - Receipt

Lease for 8 years  DE/A/234  26th January 1699

Contents:
John Bird of London, gent, to Stephen Tabrum of Haven End, husbandman.
Farm House on back side of capital messuage called Youngs and the "New Hall lately made next adjoining to the Brewhouse and the Chambers and Rooms over the said Hall", use of the brewhouse with John Bird; barns, granaries, stables, etc, garden and orchard adjoining the Farm house. Clauses re farming the land: 1 doz "sweet and good pigeons" to be given to Bird twice a year.
Field names - 2 closes called Youngs field, Laycroft, Bridalls, Lower Bentleys, alias Cookes Croft, Upper Bentleys alias Upper Cookes Croft, Pople Shott, Natts Park, Broad Rowley, Upper and Lower Moores, Hose Mead, Little Millfield, Deerhams, New Enclosure, The Pightle, Donkens, Southey Vale, 8 pieces in Southey Field, 3 pieces in Haseldon Field, Piece in Widenfeild, 4 pieces in Millfield, 6 acres in Barwick Field. Except: the capital messuage, Brewhouse, one gelding stable and loft over it, the "Heyhouse" (adjoining), small plantation in Bridalls and with free passage for Bird's servants and cattle, and liberty to take water from the ponds.
Signature - Tabrum

Counterpart of Lease for 16 years  DE/A/235  15th January 1798


Related information: ?Home Farm - see DE/A/234

Contents:
Daniel Giles of Youngsbury to Barnard Harrison of Standon, yeoman.
Messuage and lands (see below).
Harrison is to insure against fire with the Royal Exchange Assurance Corpn.
Field names - Little Millfield, Broad Bowley, Nats Park, Poplars Shot, Lower Bentleys, Upper Bentleys, Marks Pasture, Cooks Croft, Further, Middle and Home Southey, Halls Hern, Halls Little Hern, Debs Orchard, Browns Close, Little Broadley, Great Broadley, Dove House Close, Monks Croft, Long Close, Long Croft, Home Mead, Greens Close, Lower Greens Close, Home Close, Daniels ose Mounts, First Stoney Field, Second Stoney Field, Third Stoney Field, Pieces in Thundermarsh, Southwell Hill and Gt Barwick Field; Nether Street, Pieces in Millfield and Hazeldown

Lease and Release  DE/A/236 - 237  8th and 9th February 1675-6

Contents:
Thomas Aram and Elizabeth; Joshua and Martha Seales; and Humphrey Gyfford to Samuel Brown. (Refers to lease for 21 years 1656; Joseph Browne (father of Elizabeth and Martha) to Samuel Browne.
Messuage, etc at Heaven End in occupation of Browne.
(Abuttals set out - roads, etc.)
Field names - 3 acres in Southfield, ½ acre in Blettle Corner, 3 roods in Staplefield, ½ acre in Wyding, Piece in Nether Strett, Stonefield and Thundermarsh.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Extract from Fine  DE/A/238  Hilary 1675-6

Contents:
Aram and wife and (defs) and Samuel Browne (plt) in connection with DE/A/236-7.
Property - as in DE/A/236-7

Lease and Release with covenant to levy fine  DE/A/239 - 240  22nd and 23rd February 1685/6

Contents:
Samuel Browne to Richard Lawrence. Messuage and land at Heaven End as in DE/A/236-7.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 on each - red wax in paper.
Signatures

Lease and release  DE/A/241 - 242  29th and 30th August 1718

Contents:
Richard Lawrence to John Edwards.
Messuage and lands at Heaven End as in DE/A/236-7 in the occupation of John Hicke.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1.
Signature - Lawrence

Probate copy of Will  DE/A/243  Will: 20th April 1745; Pr: 13th Nov 1753

Contents:
Of Joseph Edwards of St Luke, Middx.
Leaves estate to his wife, Ann.
Property - not specified.
Seals - red wax in paper

Copy of Will  DE/A/244  Will: 17th May 1760; Pr: 20th May 1760; Copied 20th Nov 1766

Contents:
Of Ann Terry, widow, of St Luke's, Middx.
Leaves property below to her daughter, Martha Edwards.
House in Brick Lane, St Lukes; Messuage, etc at "Even End"

Heaven End  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release with covenant to levy fine  DE/A/245 - 246  20th and 21st November 1766


Related information: (See DE/A/241-2)

Contents:
Martha Edwards, daughter of Ann Terry, and Joseph Edwards, to James Langthorne.
Messuage and lands formerly in occupation of John Hicke at Heaven End as in DE/A/236-7 (now in occupation of Richard Hicke).
Remarks - Recites that Joseph
Edwards was son and heir of John Edwards

Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/247  21st November 1766

Contents:
Martha Edwards to James Langthorn.
Property - as in DE/A/236-237.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/248 - 249  Michaelmas 1766


Related information: In connection with DE/A/245-7

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/236

Lease for 12 years  DE/A/250  27th September 1768

Contents:
James Langthorn to Edward Allen (blacksmith).
Messuage, etc "at Standon" [Heaven End - late in occupation of Richard Hick] except trees, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy Will  DE/A/251 - 252  Will: 3rd May 1769; Letter dated 27th May 1772

Contents:
Of James Langthorne and letter re a clause from the Will re the Heaven End property. Messuage, etc at Heaven End and in occupation of Allen - left to daughter Frances. Also property in London. Pr: 20th May 1769

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/253 - 254  6th and 7th July 1772

Contents:
George Holmes and Frances, his wife (daughter of late James Langthorne) to David Barclay of Youngsbury.
Messuage, etc in occupation of Edward Allen at Heaven End (as 236, etc).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 2 - red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/255 - 256  Trinity 1772


Related information: In connection with DE/A/253-254

Contents:
Property - as DE/A/253-254

Bond  DE/A/257  7th July 1772


Related information: In connection with DE/A/253-254

Contents:
George Holmes to David Barclay.
Seals - 1 - red wax.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/258 - 259  16th and 17th July 1770

Contents:
Hon Rev Mr Saint John, Ambrose Hall, and Mr Burton (by direction of Humphrey Hall and wife) to David Barclay.
Farm and land at Haven End late in occupation of Richard Hicke.
Field names.
Other personal names

Covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/260  17th July 1770

Contents:
Richard Emmott and David Barclay. Haven End and property elsewhere in Herts

Copies of deeds  DE/A/261 - 276  1690-1767

Contents:
Referred to in schedule to DE/A/214D
(Hall family - mostly refer to Goldings)

Abstract of title  DE/A/277  Temp Ed IV 1684

Contents:
"Mr Lawrence's Deeds" (refers to several of the following group of deeds).
House and land at Haven End.
Other personal names

Probate copy of Will  DE/A/278  Will: 7th May 1589; Pr: 26th June 1589

Contents:
Of George Skingell.
Leaves property to wife, Ann, for 20 years and afterwards to Barachia, his son; and £5 each to 3 daughters, Catherine, Mary and Damaris.
Heaven End, etc

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/279  27th May 1613

Contents:
Manor of Standon. Admission of Catherine Warren (née Skingell), Mary and Damaris Skingell on death of their brother, Barachia. 4 acres in Stonyfeild.
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/280 - 281  Michaelmas 1613

Contents:
John Hiett, quer, and Henry and Catherine Norris, Mary and Damaris Skingle, defs.
Messuage at Heaven End

Deed poll  DE/A/282  15th April 1628

Contents:
John Hiett of Thundridge declaring bargain and sale to his son-in-law and daughter, John and Hannah Hunsdon in trust for himself for life and afterwards to John and Hannah. Trustees: Philip Halfhead, John Gladwyn.
Messuage and land at Heaven End. Field names - Close of pasture containing 4 acres on north of said messuage, Close of pasture called Naldicke; Piece in Common Naldicke, Stonifeild, Bradley, Southfield and Netherstreete.
Other personal names.
Seals - missing.
Signature - John Hiett

Bargain and sale for 2 years  DE/A/283  26th November 1642

Contents:
John Hiett, gent, to Avery Dighton and Hannah, his wife, (daughter of John Hiett).
Messuage, etc at Haven End (in occupation of Wm Colvertt).
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax.
Signature - John Hiett

Release  DE/A/284  28th November 1642


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1/283
Property - as in DE/A/283

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/285  19th January 1634/5

Contents:
Surrender of Richard Fisher to Edward and Grace Michell.
2 pieces in Barwickfeild (2 acres) Hoepitts and Bleakley Corner.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/286  21st July 1639

Contents:
Surrender of Richard Fisher and admission of Edward and Grace Michell.
2½ acres of land in Barwicke alias Southfeild

Conveyance  DE/A/287  3rd October 1644

Contents:
By John Hiett, Avery Dighton and Hanna his wife, daughter of John Hiett, to Edward Mighill.
Property - as in DE/A/283.
Seals.
Signatures

Quit claim  DE/A/288  25th May 1648

Contents:
By Edward Michell, son and heir of late Edward Michell of Standon to John Michell, his brother.
Freehold lands and tenements in Standon as left by Will of Edward Michell, senr.
Witnesses.
Seals - device.
Signature - Edward Michell

Fine  DE/A/289  Easter 1649

Contents:
John Mihill, quer, and Avery and Hannah Dighton.
Property - as in DE/A/282.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Standon  DE/A/290  16th July 1650

Contents:
Surrender of John Adams and Grace, his wife (widow of Edwd Mihil) to John Mihill, her son.
5 acres in Stonyfield

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/291  11th April 1655

Contents:
Edward Myhill having died, his son John is admitted to the reversion expectant on the death of his mother, Grace.
2 acres in Barwick Field

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/292  11th April 1655

Contents:
Edward Myhill junr, surrenders to his brother, John Myhill.
1 piece (2½ acres) in Barwickfeild alias Southfeild; piece in Wyden, etc.
Other personal names

Mortgage  DE/A/293  28th September 1678

Contents:
John Mighill to Thomas Marsh of North-hall.
Property - as in DE/A/282.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 in paper.
Signature - John Mighill.
Endorsements - List of receipts of instalments repaid. Signed by Tho Marsh

Deed Poll  DE/A/294  8th July 1679

Contents:
John Mighill of Cheshunt, Baker, to John Aylott of Westmill, declaring sale of land below.
1 acre in common field called Wigden alias Wyden near Bleaklye hedge.
Other personal names.
Signature - John Mighill

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Standon  DE/A/295  3rd June 1680

Contents:
Surrender of John Mihill and admission of John Aylett.
5 acres in Stonyfield

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/296  28th May 1684

Contents:
John Myhill surrenders to John Aylett of Westmill and Alice, his wife.
1 piece arable in Barwickefield alias Southfield (2 acres and 2 roods), 2 more pieces in same field (1 called Hoepitts and other at Bleakly Corner), 1 acre in Wigden alias Wyden common field.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/297-298  31st October and 1st November 1684

Contents:
Thomas Marsh (1) and John Mighill (2); to John Lawrence, citizen and distiller of London, in connection with DE/A/293.
Property - as in DE/A/282.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - receipts

Copy Will  DE/A/299  18th October 1688

Contents:
Of John Lawrence, citizen and distiller, of London. Luton (to son, Edward), Heaven End (to wife, Sarah)

Lease and Release  DE/A/300-301  29th and 30th September 1710

Seals - two - damaged

Contents:
John Lawrence of London and Frances, his wife, to John Aylett of Westmill.
Messuage, etc at Haven End, 4 acres; Naldick; (formerly in tenure of Wm Daniel). Also lands purchased by Edward Mighill of Hyett. All these were left to John Lawrence by Will of his father, John.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/302-303  Michaelmas 1710


Related information: In connection with DE/A/300-1

Contents:
John Aylett, quer, and John Lawrence and Frances, his wife, defs.
Property - as in DE/A/300-301

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/304  1st June 1732

Contents:
Admission of Jane Frances of Westmill, widow and daughter of late John Aylett, on death of John Aylett. Manor of Standon
5 acres in Stonyfield in tenure of Will. Lambert

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/305  2nd June 1737

Contents:
Admission of Robert Cole, surgeon, on death of his cousin, Jane Frances. Manor of Standon
5 acres in Stonyfield

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/306  12th October 1737

Contents:
Surrender of John and Alice Aylett and admission of Robert Cole.
2 acres in Barwick Field, alias Southfield; 2 more pieces in same field, one near Bleakley corner, 1 acre in Wigden, alias Wyden.
Other personal names

Lease for 3 years  DE/A/307  18th July 1766

Contents:
Robert Cole of Epsom, to John Clarke of Much Hadham, and Henry Clarke, his son, of Heaven End.
Messuage at Heaven End.
Other personal names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Assignment of the lease, to David Barclay, 14th October 1769

"Particulars of Dr Coles Estate as taken from his Writings"  DE/A/308  Undated [18th cent]

Contents:
Field names

Articles of Agreement  DE/A/309  10th August 1769

Contents:
Robert Cole and David Barclay.
Messuage at Haven End.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release with covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/310-311  9th and 10th November 1769

Contents:
Robert Cole to David Barclay.
Messuage and lands at Haven End - copyhold and freehold.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memo of surrender out of court; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/312  10th November 1769

Contents:
Robert Cole to David Barclay.
1 piece in Barwick, alias South field; 2 acres (1 called Hoe Pitts), etc.
Signature - Robert Cole

Memo of surrender out of court; Manor of Standon  DE/A/313  10th November 1769

Contents:
Robert Cole to David Barclay.
5 acres in Stonyfield

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/314  7th June 1770

Contents:
Robert Cole surrenders to David Barclay.
5 acres in Stonyfield in tenure of Henry Clark

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/315  21st June 1770

Contents:
Surrender of Robert Cole and admission of David Barclay.
1 piece in Barwick Field, etc.
Manor of Barwick

Receipt for court fees, etc  DE/A/316  21st June 1770

Contents:
On admission of David Barclay.
Signed by Steward of Manor.
Manor of Barwick

Copy - absolute surrender  DE/A/317  17th September 1793

Contents:
Of David Barclay to the use of Wm C Shawe.
2 acres 2 roods in Barwick field alias South Field, 2 acres (called Hoe Pits) in same field, 1 piece near Blakely Corner, 1 piece in Wigden alias Wyden common field. Manor of Barwick.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/318  13th April 1796

Contents:
Admission of Wm C Shawe on absolute surrender of David Barclay and admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of David Shawe. Manor of Barwick.
Property - as in DE/A/317.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/319  29th April 1802

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on death of his father, Daniel Giles. Manor of Barwick.
Property - as in DE/A/317.
Field names.
Other personal names

Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/320  27th March 1604

Contents:
Admission of Richard Daniell on death of Elizabeth Daniell, his mother.
Tenement lately built upon piece of land called Ayley Croftes, alias Eastley Croftes (6 acres) - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/321  6th August 1628

Contents:
Admission of Edward Myhell on surrender of Richard Danyell.
Tenement in Ayley Crofte, alias Easte Crofte and 6 acres in tenure of John Danyell, son of Richard - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/322  24th July 1648

Contents:
Admission of Edward Myhill on death of his father, Edward Myhill, and his surrender to his brother, John Myhill.
Tenement, 1 acre of arable, and 5 acres of pasture at Heaven End - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/323  15th September 1679

Contents:
Surrender of John Mihill and admission of John Aylett and Alice, his wife. John surrenders to uses of self for life, then to wife for life, then to heirs.
Tenement with 1 acre arable and 5 acres pasture at Haven End - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/324  22nd August 1737

Contents:
Surrender of John and Alice Aylett and admission of Robert Cole.
Tenement with 1 acre arable and 5 acres pasture - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/325  10th November 1769

Contents:
Robert Cole to David Barclay.
Tenement with 1 acre arable and 5 acres pasture - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Agreement  DE/A/326  Undated [late 18th cent]

Contents:
David Barclay and Robert Cole re purchase of an estate

Lease and Release  DE/A/327 - 328  9th and 10th September 1726

Contents:
John and Sarah Wheatley, Charles Wheatley, (son of John and Sarah), Hannah Bryden, widow (sister of Sarah), to John Pitts, citizen and painter stainer of London. Piece of land in Thundridge Marsh; piece in Southistle Field called Southgate.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/329 - 330  7th and 8th February 1771

Contents:
John Winder (husband of late Sarah Pitts) to David Barclay.
Land as in DE/A/327-8.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/331 - 334  17th June 1717

Contents:
Surrender of Thomas Burham and Elizabeth, his wife, Robert Grange, son and heir of Elizabeth; and Thomas Coxed, clerk, to John Smith.
Three receipts attached.
Piece in Southfield, piece in Bradley, piece in Aldick. Manor of Sacombe

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/335 - 341  6th January 1749

Contents:
Admission of John Winder (heir of John Pitts) on death of Frances Pitts.
6 Quit rent receipts attached.
3 acres in Blackley, 5 roods in Bradley, ½ acre in Hawley - Manor of Sacombe

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/342  8th February 1771

Contents:
Surrender of John Winder (upon wrongful admission as heir of John Pitts) and Sarah and Robert How (Sarah being rightful heir) to David Barclay. Admission of Barclay and his surrender to use of his will.
½ part of:-
3 acres in Blackley Field
5 roods in Bradley
½ acre in Hawley

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/343  17th July 1797

Contents:
Surrender of Wm C Shawe and admission of Daniel Giles.
Pieces in Southey, pieces in Blackley, pieces in Bradley, piece in Hawley, and 3 roods at back of Feathers Inn. ½ part of piece in South field, piece in Aldick

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/344  2nd January 1801

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on death of his father, Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/343

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/345  21st June 1726

Contents:
John and Sarah Wheatley (daughter of Geo White) and Hannah Bryden to John Pitts and Frances.
3 roods in Thundermarsh. Manor of Rennesley
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/346  28th April 1731

Contents:
Admission of Frances Pitts, on death of John Pitts.
3 roods in Thunder Marsh - Manor of Rennesley

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/347  28th May 1772

Contents:
Surrender of Robert and Sarah Howes to David Barclay.
3 roods in Thundermarsh. Manor of Rennesley.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/348  27th June 1774

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender of Robert and Sarah Howes following the death of Frances Pitts.
3 roods in Thundermarsh - Manor of Rennesley
Field names.
Other personal names

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/349  6th December 1788

Contents:
Surrender of William Hollingsworth to David Barclay.
½ part of 3 roods in Thundermarsh. Manor of Rennesley.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/350  17th September 1793

Contents:
David Barclay to Wm Cunliffe Shaw.
3 roods in Thundermarsh. Manor of Rennesley.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - David Barclay

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/351  13th April 1796

Contents:
Copy admission of Wm Cunliffe Shaw on surrender of Barclay, and admission on Daniel Giles on surrender of Wm C Shaw.
3 roods in Thundermarsh - Manor of Rennesley

"Acct of Land the property of Hollingsworth"  DE/A/352 - 353  1788

Contents:
"Howes and Hollingsworth, each one half. Enclosed in it is a report, dated 1771, of the condition of Farrow's house "before it was taken down."
Property - as in DE/A/327-351.
Field names

Another copy of DE/A/352  DE/A/354  17th December 1788

Contents:
With memo of agreement between Hollingsworth and Barclay.
Property - as in DE/A/327-351

"Schedule of Deeds in Box labelled N taken from the Strong Room at Youngsbury, Herts"  DE/A/355  1855 and 1887

Contents:
Note Inside:-
"received back by me", signed Charles Giles-Puller, 1887

Youngsbury  [no ref. or date]

Copies of orders re diverting a road at Youngsbury (High Cross to Thundermarsh)  DE/A/356 - 358  1804 (Epiphany)

Contents:
With covering note

Letter and accounts  DE/A/359 - 364  1769, 1801, 1807

Contents:
Re fines due to Manor of Standon and notes re a "scite of a Mill (long decay'd) called Cuthead Mill lying near Thundridge Church".
Mott and Times to Daniel Giles

HEAVEN END  [no ref. or date]

Receipt for purchase money  DE/A/365  7th May and 6th July 1717

Contents:
Thomas Goodwin to Philip Randall.
2 acres of land in Staplefield.
Signatures

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/366 - 367  9th and 10th July 1723

Contents:
Elizabeth Goodwyn of Much Hadham, widow, Henry and Susanna Goodwyn, William Goodwyn and Elizabeth, his wife, Elizabeth Goodwin, spinster, to Philip Randall of Standon, yeoman.
1½ acres in Staplefield and 1 acre in Brandlands.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/368 - 369  Trinity 1723

Contents:
In connection with Philip Randall, quer, and Henry and Susanna Goodwyn, William and Elizabeth Goodwyn, Eliz Goodwyn, spinster, defs

Bond  DE/A/370  10th July 1723


Related information: In connection with DE/A/367

Contents:
Parties - as in DE/A/366-7.
Signatures

Lease and Release covenant to levy fine  DE/A/371 - 372  5th and 6th June 1738

Contents:
Philip Randall of Colliers End, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, to John Adams of Braughing, blacksmith.
1½ acres in Staplefield and 1 acre in Brandlands (adjoining "Sootes" farm) and also 2 acres in Staplefield on a hill called Blackwell alias Plashes Hill.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 2 red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Bond for performance of Covenants  DE/A/373  6th June 1738

Contents:
Philip Randall and John Adams (In connection with DE/A/371-2).
Signatures

"Copy clause in the Will of John Adams of Braughin---------"  DE/A/374  6th June 1747

Contents:
Property - not specified Staplefield, etc.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/375 - 376  15th and 16th June 1772

Contents:
John Baron of Braughing and Sarah, his wife, (daughter of late John Adams), William Parker of Braughing and Sarah, his wife, (daughter of Sarah Baron) to Thomas Kempton of Standon.
1½ acres in Staplefield, 1 acre in Brandlands, and 2 more pieces in Staplefield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax - device

Feoffment  DE/A/377  18th May 1796

Contents:
Thomas Kimpton, the elder, of Watton-at-Stone, to Thomas, his son.
4 acres in "Stafford field"
(? Staplefield)

Extracts from Will of Thomas Kimpton, affidavits re William Kimpton and his title to lands in Standon  DE/A/378 - 382  1801-1831

Contents:
Land in Staplefield

Abstract of title  DE/A/383  1737-1827

Contents:
Of Daniel Giles to "sevl pieces of Freehold and Copyhold land in the parish of Standon----".
Land in Staplefield, Brandlands, Neitherfield, etc (freehold), 3 acres in Langlands, 2 acres in Wyden, 1 piece in Southfield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - "purchased of Mr Jeeves"

Abstract of title  DE/A/384  1723-1830

Contents:
Thomas Kimpton.
Staplefield and Brandlands, etc.
Field names

Lease and Release  DE/A/385 - 386  29th and 30th July 1831

Contents:
Thomas Kimpton of Ware, maltster, to Daniel Giles.
4 acres in Staplefield, alias Stafford common, 1 acre in Neafield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - Thomas Kimpton

Label to next group of deeds and 8 Copies of Court Roll (sewn together) Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/387 - 395  1st April 1505 to 30th March 1596

Contents:
Admission of John Gylle on death of Ralph Gylle, with release by John Jablet.
Admission of John Brett on surrender of John Gylle.
Admission of Thomas Brett on surrender of John Brett.
Admission of John Westeley on surrender of Thomas Brett.
Admission of Henry Osbaston on surrender of John Westeley.
Admission of Nicholas Osbaston on surrender of Henry Osbaston.
Admission of Henry Osbaston on death of Nicholas Osbaston (his father) and admission of Henry Osbaston (his uncle) as guardian.
14 acres [in Southey Field]

8 Copies of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/396 - 403  8th April 1618-12th March 1682

Contents:
DE/A/396 Surrender to uses of Will:
Nicholas Osbaston: Admission of Sara his wife.
DE/A/397 Surrender by Margaret and Wm Wroth to John Hickman (Mortgage).
DE/A/398 Surrender by Margaret and Wm Wroth to Wm Harwood (Mortgage).
DE/A/399 Admission of Richard Willis of Lowton, clerk, and Limborrow (?) his wife on surrender of Wm Harwood.
DE/A/400 Admission of John Cock on surrender of Sarah Colt and ors.
DE/A/401 Admission (out of court) of Robt Bird on surrender of Margaret Wroth (Memo of surrender out of court).
DE/A/402 Admission of Robt Bird on surrender of Margaret Wroth (C of C R).
DE/A/403 Admission of John Cock on death of John and Sarah (parents).
(Bradley, etc).
14 acres in Southey Field and also pieces in Bradley and Aldick

Copy Admission: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/404  27th May 1681

Contents:
Of Robert Bird on surrender of Margaret Wroth, widow:
14 acres in Southey Field

Copy of admission  DE/A/405  31st August 1704

Contents:
Of John Bird on surrender of Robert Bird, his father.
14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe.
Other personal names

Copy of admission  DE/A/406  28th December 1732

Contents:
Of Abigail, Elizabeth, Jane and Martha Bird by Joseph Ives, their guardian, on death of their uncle, John Bird ['Robert' altered to 'John']. Each is admitted to ¼th part of the 14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe

6 receipts for quit-rents. Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/407 - 412  25th October 1739 - 22nd December 1756

Contents:
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/413  23rd April 1742

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Bird on death of Abigail Lilly (née Bird).
1/3rd part of Abigail's ¼th part of 14 acres in Southey Field.
Other personal names. Manor of Sacombe

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/414  2nd June 1742

Contents:
Surrender by Elizabeth Bird to uses of Jane Bird.
1/3rd part of 14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe.
Signature - Elizabeth Bird

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/415  17th June 1742


Related information: See DE/A/414

Contents:
Admission of Jane Bird on surrender of Elizabeth.
1/3rd part of 14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe

Copy of admission  DE/A/416  17th June 1742

Contents:
Of Martha Jesson (née Bird) on death of Abigail Lilly (nee Bird).
1/3rd part of Abigail's ¼th part of 14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/417  17th June 1742

Contents:
Admission of Jane Bird on death of Abigail Lilly.
1/3rd part of Abigail's ¼th part of 14 acres in Southey Field. Manor of Sacombe.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/418  14th July 1769

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender of Jane Pool, and surrender to use of his will.
1/3rd part of 14 acres in Southey field. Manor of Sacombe.
Traces descent of property from Martha Jesson (Bird) to Alexander Jesson, to Jane Pool

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/419  28th May 1724

Contents:
Surrender of William Brand and admission of John Nottage.
2 acres in Southey field. Manor of Standon

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/420  10th November 1753

Contents:
John and Sarah Nottage to William Randall.
2 acres in Southey field. Manor of Standon.
Signatures

"Purchase of Articles" (agreement).  DE/A/421  12th April 1755

Contents:
John Nottage and Benjamin Green of Wadesmill. Thundridge, miller.
2 acres in Southey field.
Signatures

Bond in connection with absolute surrender and receipt.  DE/A/422 - 423  22nd May 1755

Contents:
2 acres in Southey field

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/424  22nd May 1755

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Nottage after death of her father Wm Brand; surrender of John and Sarah Nottage to Benjamin Green; Admission of Benjamin Green and his surrender to use of his will.
2 acres in Southey field. Manor of Standon

Copy absolute surrender.  DE/A/425  18th April 1771

Contents:
Benjamin Green to David Barclay.
2 acres in Southey field. Manor of Standon

Bond.  DE/A/426  18th April 1771


Related information: In connection with DE/A1 425

Contents:
Benjamin Green to David Barclay.
2 acres in Southey field

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/427  28th May 1771

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender out of court by Benjamin Green of Wadesmill, Thundridge, miller.
2 acres in Southey field. Manor of Standon

Abstract of title.  DE/A/428  1700-1789

Contents:
"Mr Joseph White".
3 acres in Langlands.
Other personal names.
Endorsement - "Relative to the Exchange with Mr Acres

Abstract of title.  DE/A/429  1794

Contents:
Wm C Shawe and George and Joseph White and Thomas Reed.
Freehold land in Langlands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release in Fee.  DE/A/430 - 431  5th and 6th March 1794

Contents:
George White of Punsborn, Farmer, Joseph White of Thundridge, farmer, Thomas Reed of Standon Green End farmer (executors of will of late Martin White) (1); Mary White, widow of Martin White (2); Wm Cunliffe Shaw (3). ½ acre in Langlands.
Field names.
Seals - 4 red wax - devices - rubbed.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/432  28th May 1801

Contents:
Admission of Joseph White on death of his father, Joseph White.
2 pieces in Langlands formerly in occupation of Edward Knight. Manor of Standon

Copy of Court Roll.  DE/A/433  28th May 1801

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles, junior, after surrender out of court by Joseph White to Daniel Giles, senior, now deceased.
Close in Langlands. Manor of Standon.
Field names

Parish of Standon  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release in Fee.  DE/A/434 - 435  14th and 15th October 1791

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury (1) to George and Joseph White and Thomas Reed (2).
3 acres 30 perches in Barwick
Field and also ½ acre.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 red wax - device.
Signature - David Barclay

Lease and Release in Fee.  DE/A/436 - 437  5th and 6th March 1794

Contents:
Wm Cunliffe Shaw to George White, Joseph White, Thomas Reed.
3 roods in Wyden common.
Field names

Tithe Book (whole parish).  DE/A/438  1746

Contents:
Field names.
Other personal names

2 copies of Enclosure Bill (one altered) and 4 copies of the Act  DE/A/439 - 444  1830

Receipt for £5 and undertaking to convey a strip of land near Hanging Wood).  DE/A/445  28th October 1870

Contents:
Joseph Housden to Arthur Giles Giles-Puller

Sale Particulars.  DE/A/446  23rd February 1826

Contents:
128 acres of freehold land.
Willeys, Ley Willeys, Broadleys, Nether Field Common, Nash Field Common, Nash Field Wood, Queen Croft, piece in Cobham's Hill Field

Sale particulars.  DE/A/447  25th October 1850

Contents:
Lands and property in Standon (Butcher's shop, grocer's shop opposite the church, etc).
Endorsement - Purchase contract endorsed - Christopher Wm Puller

Abstract of title.  DE/A/448  1802-1850

Contents:
To piece of land.
Messrs Sworder.
Lot 5 in previous document

Extract from Will  DE/A/449  Pr 29th July 1800


Related information: DE/A/447-8

Contents:
Of George Rowley. (? In connection with Sale
Various lands, etc in Standon

Conveyance.  DE/A/450  22nd May 1851

Contents:
Wm Sworder of Shillington, and Wm Sworder of Stapleford Tawney Hall (1); Wm Bennett of Standon (2); Christopher Wm Puller (3).
3a 2r 29 in Standon.
Field names.
Signatures

Covenant to produce Title Deeds.  DE/A/451  22nd May 1851

Contents:
Sworders to C W Puller.
Property - as in DE/A/450.
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of Deed of transfer of mortgage.  DE/A/452  4th April 1851

Contents:
R D Jones Evans to Messrs Sworder.
Other personal names

Account.  DE/A/453  16th April 1852

Contents:
C W Puller to Longmore and Sworder: expenses in connection with DE/A/450-1.
Property - as in DE/A/450-1.
Signatures - Receipted

Abstract of title.  DE/A/454  1767-1831

Contents:
Robert Plumer Ward to freehold "Manors Rectory Tythes Farms and Lands at Standon ----".
Standon Lordship, etc. ([Blount and Aston]) "manor or Lordship and farm of Fryers ose the Rectory ose the Friery of Standon ----". Plashes Farm.
Other personal names

Hill Farm  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release.  DE/A/455 - 456  15th and 16th March 1831

Contents:
Robert Plumer Ward of Gilston to Benjamin King of Albany.
Melmors (formerly Upper Millmans), Ten acres (formerly Lower Millmans), Tansey field, Hodges Mead, Doughtons Field, Shortlands.
All part of Hill Farm, formerly in occupation of Thomas Kimpton.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 - red wax - armorial - rubbed.
Signatures

Covenant to produce deeds.  DE/A/457  16th March 1831


Related information: In connection with DE/A/455-6

Contents:
Robert Plumer Ward to Benjamin King.
Property - as in DE/A/455-6.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Ward

Assignment of a term of 500 years in trust for Benjamin King.  DE/A/458  17th March 1831

Contents:
Thomas S Mott of Much Hadham (1); Robert P Ward (2); Benjamin King (3); Christopher Wm Puller (4). (Assigned to Puller in trust for King).
Property - as in DE/A/455-7.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Ward, Mott

Plashes Farm  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release (Conveyance)  DE/A/459 - 460  15th and 16th March 1831

Contents:
Robert Plumer Ward of Gilston to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Broad Oak Mead, Louse Lands (formerly Upper and Lower Broad Oak Ley). Part of Plashes Farm.
Seals.
Signatures

Covenant to produce deeds  DE/A/461  16th March 1831

Contents:
Robert Plumer Ward to Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/459-460

Assignment of term of 500 years in Trust for Daniel Giles  DE/A/462  17th March 1831

Contents:
Thomas S Mott (1); Robert Plumer Ward (2); Daniel Giles (3); C W Puller (4); (Mott to Puller in trust for Giles).
Property - as in DE/A/459-461.
Seals - 2 (rubbed) - red wax - devices.
Signatures

STANDON LODGE FARM  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of Deeds of Apportionment of Rent charge (2 copies)  DE/A/463 - 464  1830-1831

Contents:
Miss Sophia Ann Ward and Henry George Ward.
Standon Lodge Farm (in occupation of Robert Sworder).
Field names.
Other personal names

Order of Exchange of lands in connection with Enclosure  DE/A/465  25th August 1871

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller and Wm S Pryor and ors.
Lady Mead, Upper and Lower Six Acres, to Puller in exchange for 3 parts of Mill Croft. (Plan).
Field names.
Signature - Enclosure Commrs.
Endorsements - Certified by Encl Commrs

Order of exchange of lands in connection with Enclosure  DE/A/466  18th May 1876

Contents:
A G G -Puller and J Phillips.
Part of Lower Six Acres taken by Puller in exchange for another part of same field. (Plan).
Field names.
Signature - Enclosure Commrs.
Endorsements - Certified by Encl Commrs

Copy: Absolute surrender  DE/A/467  6th March 1793

Contents:
David Barclay to Wm C Shawe.
All his lands which were copyhold of the Manor of Standon (not specified).
Signature - Barclay

Extract from Marriage Register  DE/A/468  3rd November 1828 [extract - 20th October 1854]

Contents:
William Bennett of Standon and Margaret Bowler of St Dunstan-in-the-West

Extract from register of baptisms  DE/A/469  20th September 1829 [extract 12th July 1854]

Contents:
Charles Bowler, son of William and Margaret Bennett

Lease and Release  DE/A/470 - 471  13th and 14th June 1831

Contents:
Thomas Lampkin of Standon, higler, to William Bowler of Standon, gent.
1 rood in Half Acre field lately allotted under the Enclosure Act.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy - absolute surrender  DE/A/472  14th June 1831

Contents:
Thomas Lampkin to William Bowler.
Piece in Half Acres, Piece in Pohendon common field

Bond re absolute surrender  DE/A/473  14th June 1831

Contents:
Thomas Lampkin to William Bowler.
Piece in Pohendon Field, Newly allotted land in Half Acres

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon Borough  DE/A/474  14th June 1832

Contents:
Admission of Wm Bowler.
Piece in Pohendon Field.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon Borough  DE/A/475  11th June 1835

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Margaret Bennett (née Bowler).
Piece in Pohendon Field and 2 acres in Half Acres common

Extract from Burial Register  DE/A/476  23rd October 1837 [extract 12th July 1854]

Contents:
Margaret Bennett

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon Borough  DE/A/477  11th June 1840

Contents:
Admission of Charles Bowler Bennett on death of Margaret, his mother.
2 acres in Half Acres common.
Other personal names

Copy: Memo. of surrender  DE/A/478  13th May 1853

Contents:
Of Charles Bowler Bennett to Charles Cutler, to secure £200.
2 acres in Half acres common

Mortgage with power of sale of copyhold and freehold for securing £200  DE/A/479  23rd May 1853

Contents:
Charles B Bennett to Charles Cutler.
2 acres in Half Acres common.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Particulars of sale  DE/A/480  11th April 1854

Contents:
Of 2 acres, etc in Standon in occupation of W Bennett

Declaration of Charles Cutler; re: admission of C B Bennett, and his mortgage, and Letter from Cutler enclosing the missing "admission" (17. 10. 55)  DE/A/481 - 482  19th October 1854

Conveyance of Freehold and Covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/483  20th October 1854

Contents:
Charles B Bennett and Charles Cutler, to Dame Louisa Giles Puller.
Piece in Half Acres (freehold) and 2 acres (copyhold).
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy memo of absolute surrender  DE/A/484  20th October 1854

Contents:
Of Charles B Bennett by direction of Mr Cutler, to Dame Louisa Giles Puller, widow, to use of Christopher Wm Puller.
2 acres in Half Acres Common

Grant of admission out of court. Manor of Standon Borough  DE/A/485  7th December 1854

Contents:
Dame Louisa Giles Puller on surrender of C B Bennett.
2 acres in Half Acres.
Other personal names

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/486  9th December 1854

Contents:
John Parkinson, esq, to Dame Louisa Giles Puller.
Land in Half Acres common

Abstract of Title  DE/A/487  1831-1854

Contents:
Land in Pohendon and Half Acres fields.
Field names.
Other personal names

Label to following 9 documents, DE/A/489-497  DE/A/488  [n.d.]

Contents:
"Bot of Geo Merchant one Moiety for £39. 10. -." "One moiety is the property of John Smith------"

Bond  DE/A/489  23rd December 1714

Contents:
Edward and Elizabeth Burham, Robert Grange, and Thomas Coxed, clerk, to John Smith.
Piece in Southfield.
Piece in Bradley.
Piece in Aldwick.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/490  11th May 1724

Contents:
Surrender to use of will - John Smith.
Lands, etc, copyhold of Sacombe

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/491  4th May 1731

Contents:
Manor of Ware Rectory. Surrender of John Smith to use of his will: (to Susan, his wife). Messuage in Baldock Street, Ware

Will  DE/A/492  21st March 1753

Contents:
Of Susanna Calvert (formerly Smith).
5 acres of land in Manor of Sacombe as in DE/A/489 to Sarah Calvert.
Witnesses - Edw. Bridgman
Mary Rawling
Elizabeth Chappel
Signature - Mark of Susanna Calver

Letter to Mr Samuel Calvert of Standon from Joseph Banks, steward of Manor of Sacombe, re a court to be held. And receipt for Land Tax  DE/A/493 - 494  25th November 1756

Agreement  DE/A/495  16th October 1769

Contents:
Signed by John Cowell to sell land to Barclay, Manor of Sacombe.
Note at bottom reads "It after-wards appeared that Jno Cowell had no right to the above Land".
Piece in Broadley Field
Piece in Southey Field
Piece in Aldeck Field

Bond in connection with a surrender  DE/A/496  26th June 1771

Contents:
George Marchant and Elizabeth, his wife (sister of Susannah Calvert) to use of David Barclay.
Property - as in DE/A/495.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/497  30th January 1772

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay after surrender of George and Eliz
Marchant.
Property - as in DE/A/495

Thundermarsh: Manor of Sacombe  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/498  8th June 1838

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Giles King on surrender of George Proctor Esquire.
Piece in Thundermarsh (½ acre) formerly in occupation of Richard
Hicks; 4 acres in Cornish Field

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/499  23rd May 1845

Contents:
Admission of Lady Louisa Puller. ½ acre in Thundermarsh, and 4 acres in Cornish Field

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/500 - 501  7th April 1858

Contents:
Admission of Christopher Wm Giles-Puller on surrender of George Proctor, and note of fines and fees paid.
½ acre in Thundermarsh; 4 acres in Cornish Field

Copy of Admission out of court of Arthur C Giles-Puller under will of Daniel Giles, and receipt for fees on admission  DE/A/502 - 503  11th June 1864

Contents:
½ acre in Thundermarsh; 4 acres in Cornish Field

Memo of surrender  DE/A/504  24th February 1877

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller to use of himself in fee to bar intail.
½ acre in Thundermarsh; 4 acres in Cornish Field

Copy of Admission out of court  DE/A/505  21st October 1885

Contents:
Charles Giles Puller under will of Arthur G Giles-Puller.
½ acre in Thundermarsh; 4 acres in Cornish Field

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/506  8th October 1889

Contents:
Abel Smith and his trustee to Charles Giles-Puller.
1/2 acre in Thundermarsh and 4 acres in Cornish Field.
Signatures

Schedule of documents DE/A/498-506  DE/A/507  1838-1839

Contents:
"Box H"

Label to next 4 deeds of enfranchisement in DE/A/509-512  DE/A/508  1814-1826

Lease and Release of Freehold and Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/509 - 510  26th March 1814

Contents:
George Caswall of Sacombe Park to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
10 acres in Southey; 4 acres adjoining; 3 acres in Blackley, 5 roods in Bradley; ½ acre in Hawley; 3 roods at backside of Feathers Inn; ½ part of 5 roods in South Field; piece in Aldick; ½ part of Piece in Southfield and Aldick. Manor of Sacombe.
Signature - Coswall

Lease and Release of Freehold and Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/511 - 512  5th and 6th October 1820

Contents:
George Coswall of Sacombe to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
(Recites deed - Acres to Giles).
(Lt King Croat and Sacombe Mead, Further field, pieces in Reding Common from Acres).
Reeves croft (freehold); Messuage called Logate, Eles croft, Home-hatch, Lower Pasture, lands belonging to Sacombe Green House.
Signature - Coswall

Memo of admission  DE/A/513 - 515  17th November 1851

Contents:
Of Lady Louisa Puller under will of Benjamin Giles King.
Account and receipt signed Philip Longmore, steward.
3 roads in Thundermarsh

Memo of Admission out of court  DE/A/516  7th April 1858

Contents:
Of Christopher Wm Giles-Puller under will of Daniel Giles

Copy admission out of court  DE/A/517 - 518  11th June 1864

Contents:
Of Arthur Giles Giles-Puller under will of Daniel Giles and after death of his father, C W G-Puller.
Receipt for fine on admission attached. Manor of Rennesley.
3 roods in Thundermarsh

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/519  24th February 1877

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller to use of himself in fee to bar intail.
3 roods in Thundermarsh.
Endorsement - Certificate that it was entered on Court Rolls on 13th March 1877 - Manor of Rennesley

Admission out of court  DE/A/520  21st October 1885

Contents:
Of Charles Giles-Puller under will of Arthur Giles Giles-Puller.
3 roods in Thundermarsh

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/521  8th October 1889

Contents:
Abel Smith and his trustee to Charles Giles-Puller.
3 roods in Thundermarsh. Manor of Rennesley
Seals.
Signatures

Schedule to previous 7 deeds in DE/A/513-522  DE/A/522  1858-1889

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/523  7th June 1655

Contents:
Admission of William Ive on death of Elizabeth Bigge (formerly wife of John Ive) his mother.
8 acres and 3 roods of meadow and pasture

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/524  7th June 1688

Contents:
Admission of Stephen and Anne Pegram of St Botolph's, Cambs, on surrender of William Ives.
2 acres in common field called Wyden Field, abutting on land of John Gooding to north, land of lord of manor to east, land of Thomas Seamer on west; and 7 acres abutting on Labden Bridge to east; (abuttals given).
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Stanton  DE/A/525  18th June 1703

Contents:
Admission of Henry Pegrum (under will of Stephen Pegrum), his surrender to use of Ralph Long of Cambridge, brewer, and Long's admission.
Reversion of moiety of 3 acres of meadow, 7½ acres arable land in Standon

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/526  19th April 1704

Contents:
Admission of Ralph Long of Cambridge, brewer, on surrender, of Robert Creamer, and his surrender to use of his will.
Reversion of moiety of 3 acres of meadow, 7½ acres arable land in Standon (after admission of John Pegrum under will of Stephen Pegrum)

Probate copy of will  DE/A/527  8th May 1709; Pr 27th July 1709

Seals - broken

Contents:
Of Ralph Long of Cambridge, grocer.
Copyhold lands in Standon left to wife Anne, then to sons Ralph and Benjamin, Land in Trumpington Feilds (held by lease from St John's College) to wife Anne, then to sons Ralph and Benjamin.
Long and Henry and Nathaniel Pegrum.
Witnesses - John Page, Richard Whitehead, John Clay.
Signature - Joannes Brookbank

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/528  2nd June 1726

Contents:
Admission of Ralph and Benjamin Long on death of Anne Long; surrender of Benjamin of his moiety to use of Ralph; Lalph's admission and his surrender to use of his will.
2 acres of arable land in Wyden alias Highfield; 8 acres of pasture called Labdens

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/529  13th June 1728

Contents:
Admission of Ralph Long on death of his father, Ralph Long.
2 acres in Wyden alias Highfield and 8 acres of pasture called Labdens

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/530  15th June 1728

Contents:
Of Ralph Long of Kings Lynn, joiner, son and heir of Ralph Long of same place, "Book keeper", to use of Thomas Jeeves of Ware, victualler
2 acres in Wyden alias Highfield and meadow called Labdens (late in occupation of - Pygram, now of Matthew Dickinson)
Witnesses - Harrison Green
Thomas Kimpton
Thomas Windus
Signature - Ralph Long
Endorsement - Receipt for £140 signed by Ralph Long

Bond on absolute surrender  DE/A/531  15th June 1728

Contents:
From Ralph Long to Thomas Jeeves of Ware, victualler
2 acres in Wyden and Labdens
Signature - Long

Receipts on admissions, etc  DE/A/532-537  1728-1731

Contents:
Jeeves and Long
2 acres in Wyden and Labdens

Abstract of title  DE/A/538  1655-1728

Contents:
Of Thomas Jeeves to estate purchased from Ralph Long

Copy of Court Roll Manor of Standon  DE/A/539  2nd December 1728

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Jeeves on surrender of Ralph Long
2 acres in Wyden Field and 8 acres called Labdens

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/540  4th November 1730

Contents:
Thomas Jeeves of Ware, maltster, to the use of his will
2 acres in Wyden Field and 8 acres [Labdens]
Signature - Jeeves

Abstract of will  DE/A/541  4th November 1730

Contents:
Of Thomas Jeeves
Lands in Standon to his son, Thomas

Copy of Court Roll Manor of Standon  DE/A/542  10th June 1731

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Jeeves on death of his father, Thomas Jeeves. Hannah Jeeves appointed his guardian.
2 acres in Wyden alias Highfeild and 8 acres called Labdens

Abstract of Title  DE/A/543  1655-1731

Contents:
Of Jeeves to copyhold lands in Standon
2 acres in Wyden and 8 acres called Labdens

Conveyance by lease and release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/544-545  6th and 7th June 1737

Contents:
Mrs Mary North, widow of John North (daughter of late Wm Birkett of Ware) (1); Edward and Hannah Hunsdon (formerly wife of Thomas Jeeves) (2); to Thomas Jeeves of Ware (son of late Thomas Jeeves) (3)
3 acres in Brandlands, Neither Feild and Staplefield
Seals - red wax - armorial
Signatures - Mary North,
Ed Hunsdon
Han Hunsdon

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/546  7th June 1737

Contents:
Mary North to use of Thomas Jeeves of Ware
3 acres in Langlands alias Highfield, 2 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield

Lawyer's accounts  DE/A/547  7th June 1737


Related information: In connection with Thomas Jeeves purchase of lands DE/A/544-5

Contents:
Edward Hunsdon and his wife debtors to Thomas Sheppard

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/548 - 549  25th May 1738

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Jeeves of Ware, on surrender of Mary North.
Small plan attached, dated 12th September 1745.
3 acres in Langlands, ½ acre in Southfield, 2 acres in Wyden.
Endorsements - Attached is a sketch dated 12th September 1745 showing land to be exchanged with Mr Barclay

Attested copies of Lease and Release and settlement made on intended marriage of Thomas Jeeves and Sarah Boddington  DE/A/550  17th and 18th April 1750

Contents:
Thomas Jeeves, linen draper (1); Sarah Boddington (2) and Thomas Boddington (3).
3 acres in Brandlands, Neitherfield and Staplefeild.
Covenant to surrender copyhold viz: 3 acres in Langlands, 2 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield, 2 acres in Wyden and 8 acres called Labdens

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/551  7th June 1750

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Jeeves for life, then to wife, Sarah Boddington, after his own surrender to uses of his will.
3 acres in Langlands; 2 acres in Wyden; ½ acre in Southfield; 2 acres in Wyden; 8 acres called Labdens
Field names

Stewards account  DE/A/552  7th June 1750

Contents:
On admission of Thomas Jeeves (DE/A/551)

Lease and Release in Fee (exchange) and plan of lands exchanged  DE/A/553 - 552  1st and 2nd October 1790

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury to Thomas Jeeves
3 roods in Staple Field [for ½ acre in South Field]

List of copyholds of manor of Standon held by Thos Jeeves  DE/A/556  Undated [after 1790]

Contents:
With notes (by Jeeves) of those lands which he exchanged with Barclay. Also fines paid.
Labdens, 2 acres in Wyden, 3 acres in Langlands, 2 acres in Wyden, 2 roods in Southfield, 3 roods in Branland common, 2 acres in Neither Common, 3 roods in Staple Field

Memorandum  DE/A/557  14th January 1791

Contents:
Signed by Thomas Jeeves re the exchange with David Barclay of copyhold for freehold, and note re the quit-rent

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/558  25th May 1809

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Jeeves, son and heir of Thomas Jeeves, dec'd, on death of his father.
Property - as in DE/A/557
Endorsements - Marginal note re land exchanged with David Barclay

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/559 - 561  27th and 28th September 1827

Contents:
Thomas Jeeves of Cheshunt, gent, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury, and Bond of Indemnity against Dower.
3 acres Branlands (now Ney Field), and Staple Field, 3 roods in Staple Field (copyhold as in DE/A/558).
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt for purchase money

Memo of surrender out of court  DE/A/562  28th September 1827

Contents:
Of Thomas Jeeves of Cheshunt, gent, to use of Daniel Giles.
3 acres in Langlands, 2 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield, 2 acres in Wyden, Labdens

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/563  29th May 1828

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Thomas Jeeves.
3 acres in Langlands alias Highfield; 2 acres in Wyden common field; ½ acre in Southfield; 2 acres in Wyden; 8 acres called Labdens

Receipts for fees on admissions and quit rents, etc, fines  DE/A/564 - 573  1738-1790

Contents:
Jeeves, Hunsdon.
Copyhold of Manor of Standon

Mortgage by bargain and sale for 500 years  DE/A/574  9th July 1678

Contents:
William Squeer of Colliers End, yeoman, to Richard Lawrence the younger of Standon, yeoman.
Pieces of land in Branlands, Neitherfield, and Staplefield (abuttals given).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Assignment of mortgage: Lawrence to Samuel Browne of Standon, collamaker: 23rd Feb 1685/6

Conveyance by lease and release  DE/A/575 - 577  8th and 9th April 1689

Contents:
William Squeere of Colliers End, yeoman, and Joyce, his wife, to Edward Malyn of Ware, yeoman.
Bond attached
3 roods in Branlands Common abutting east on path leading to Barwick Farm, 2 acres in Nea Field (abutting N W on above path); 3 roods in Staple Field.
Seals - 2 red wax - armorial.
Signatures - Wm and Joyce Squeer.
Endorsements - Receipt

Assignment in trust  DE/A/578  9th April 1689

Contents:
On purchase of Squeer's land (recites mortgage of 1679).
Richard Laurence of Standon, yeoman, and Samuel Brown of Standon, collarmaker (1); William Squeere of Standon, yeoman (2); Roger Wye of Ware, clerk (3).
Pieces in Branlands, Neitherfeild and Staplefeild.
Seals - 5 - red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/579  23rd May 1689

Contents:
Admission of Edward Malyn on surrender of Timothy Knight and Rebecca, his wife (late Rebecca Tapps).
3 acres in Langlands common field; 2 acres in Wyden field; ½ acre in Southfield

Copy of an assignment  DE/A/580  7th September 1702

Contents:
From Joseph Cock of Ware, gent, to Richard Mead of Ware, yeoman, with consent of Edward Malyn the elder of Ware, yeoman.
Messuages in Ware (including The Bell) in Starrcrosse or Water Rowe: also the "Smiths Forge" in occupation of John Bamfeild; lands in Branlands, Nea Feild, Staplefield

Copy of lease and release  DE/A/581  10th and 11th September 1702

Contents:
Edward Malyn the elder, of Ware, and Mary, his wife, and Edward Malyn Junior (1); to Joseph Cock of Ware, gent (2).
Property - as in DE/A/580

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/582  31st May 1705

Contents:
Admission of Joseph Cock.
3 acres in Langlands, 2 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/583  9th March 1712

Contents:
Of John Cock of Barrowes, Widford, plumber (brother and heir of Joseph Cock) to use of William Birchett of Ware, bricklayer.
Property - as in DE/A/582.
Field names.
Endorsements - receipt for £60

Bond in connection with surrender  DE/A/584  9th March 1712

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/582.
Witnesses - J Sale,
Wm Hodgson
Signature - John Cock

Copy of Extract from Will  DE/A/585  4th June 1712

Contents:
Of Joseph Cock in which he leaves his messuage in Ware and lands in Standon to his nephew Josiah.
Property - in Ware and Standon. (Pr: 16th Sept 1712)

Mortgage ("Not abstracted") and Bond attached  DE/A/586 - 587  5th November 1712

Contents:
Josiah Cock of St Martins-in-the-Fields, shoemaker, to William Birchett of Ware, bricklayer.
3 roods in Branlands, 2 acres Netherfeild, 3 roods in Staplefeild.
Seals - 2 - red wax - devices

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  DE/A/588  15th April 1713

Contents:
Josiah Cock of St Martins-in-the Fields, shoemaker, and Susanna his wife, and Robert Daniel of Ware, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife (1); William Hodgson of Ware (2); Robert Thorowgood and Ralph Throwgood, maltster (3).
Messuage in Starr Crosse Rowe in occupation of Abraham Sheffeild, weaver, adjoining a messuage called The Bell in Ware; lands in Branlands, Netherfeild, and Staplefeild in Standon; messuage called the Three Tunnes in Baldock Street in occupation of John Elsom.
Seals - red wax.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/589  Easter 1713

Contents:
William Hodgson, gent, quer, and John Cock and Susannah his wife, Robert Daniel and Elizabeth his wife, defs.
2 messuages and land in Standon

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/590  28th May 1713

Contents:
Admission of William Birchett on surrender of John Cock; Birchett's surrender to use of his will.
Lands in Standon.
Endorsements - Examined 4th June 1737

Receipt for arrears of quit rent  DE/A/591  28th May 1713

Contents:
Hanslow to John Cock and receipt for fine on admission of Wm Birchett

Conveyance by lease and release and a bond  DE/A/592 - 594  3rd and 4th August 1713

Contents:
Josiah Cock of St Martins-in-the Fields, shoemaker (1); Robert Thorowgood and Ralph Thorowgood of Ware, gents (2); to William Birchett of Ware, bricklayer.
3 acres, etc in Branlands, Neitherfeild and Staplefeild.
Witnesses to Bond - J Sale,
Robert Edmonds,
S Butler
(Stationer)

Copy of probate of Will  DE/A/595  5th May 1719; Pr: 27th Sept 1722

Contents:
Of William Birchett.
Lands in Standon to son-in-law John North and wife Mary.
Tenements in Mill Lane, Land Row, etc in Ware.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/596  6th June 1723

Contents:
Admission of John North under will of William Birchett.
3 acres in Langlands alias Highfield; 2 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield

Copy: Probate of will  DE/A/597  24th June 1723; Pr: 17th Feb 1724

Contents:
Of John North of Ware, maltster.
House "wherein I now dwell..." formerly known by the name of the Kings Head" in Water Row; other messuages in Ware (in Rutts Yard and Middle Row); and copyhold land in Standon.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/598  2nd June 1726

Contents:
Admission of John and Mary North on death and under will of John North.
3 acres in Langlands; 3 acres in Wyden, ½ acre in Southfield

Abstract of title  DE/A/599  1678-1726

Contents:
Of Mary North to lands in Standon

Agreements  DE/A/600 - 601  1769 and 1771

Contents:
Barclay and Cooke.
Merchant and Barclay

Standon Green End  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DE/A/602  1748-1801

Contents:
Of Mr Jeremiah Acres to "Logate".
Lowgate farm and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy absolute surrender out of court: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/603  6th October 1820

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres to Daniel Giles.
Lowgate and lands in Standon parish. (Eeeles croft, Home Hatch, Lower pasture, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - Acres

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs & Sutes  DE/A/604  6th October 1820

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres to Daniel Giles.
5 acres in Highfield common (part of Lowgate Farm).
Signature - Acres

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/605  10th October 1820

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres to Daniel Giles.
20 acres called Highfields (part of Lowgate Farm).
Field names.
Signature - Acres

Deed of covenant for title  DE/A/606  10th October 1820

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres to Daniel Giles.
Lowgate Farm and lands.
Field names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/607  22nd May 1823

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Jeremiah Acres.
20 acres called Highfields

Copy Will  DE/A/608  13th July 1820

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres, farmer.
Farm at Standon Green End, Lowgate farm, Old House Farm (Broken Green). (Pr: 17th August 1834)

Lease and Release to use of will of Daniel Giles and covenant to produce deeds.  DE/A/609 - 610  16th and 17th December 1834

Contents:
Eliz Acres, widow (1); Jeremiah Acres (2); Thomas Acres (3); Dame Louisa Puller (4); Benj Giles King (5).
Potters Green Close.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy lease and release and covenant to surrender copyholds.  DE/A/611 - 612  13th and 14th December 1739

Contents:
John Sherwin of Nottingham, esq, to Ambrose Proctor of Ware, maltster.
Farm at Standon Green End and lands; 2 closes behind farm, Colemans Croft, Duckatts, Bushel Leys, Barley Croft, 4½ acres in Staplefield. Sprangewell in Thundridge:-
Sprangewells (5 acres) formerly part of Langlands common, Slowcrofts (14 acres), Goodgers (4 acres), Piece in Stratley (1 acre), Piece in Langlands (1 acre), Piece in Churchfields (½ acre), Piece adjoining Boybridge mead.
Messuage in Crib Street, alias Grib Street and 3 acres in Abblestock, New Close, 1 acre in Musley common.
Messuage in Ware in tenure of James Windus.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copies of lease and release  DE/A/613 - 614  7th and 8th February 1797

Contents:
Devisees in trust in will of Martin White esq, dec'd. (Earl of Westmoreland 1; Hon Henry Fane 2; George White of Ponsbourn, Joseph White of Sawtrees, Thomas Reed of Standon Green End 3; Joseph and Elizabeth Druce 4; George Ekins 5; Thomas Druce and Mary 6;) to Jeremiah Acres.
Standon Green End Farm and lands.
Field names - Piece in Gt Corners Field, Piece in Lt Corners Field, Pump Close, Rick Yard Field, Woodfield, Hither Parlow Field, Further Parlow Field, Potters Green Close, Sand Pit Field, The Green Pasture, Light Lands, Further Hill Field, Hither Hill Field, Pea Field

Copy will  DE/A/615  15th May 1718

Contents:
Of Wm Draper.
All his property in Standon Green End, Herts, Kent, Essex and Surrey.
Other personal names.
Pr: 16th October 1718 (Copied 4th Jan 1797)

Attested copy of mortgage  DE/A/616  15th May 1752 (Copied 2nd Jan 1797)

Contents:
Wm Draper of Addiscomb, to John Myster of Epsom, esq.
All Drapers estates in Surrey and elsewhere

Attested copy of Release  DE/A/617  18th October 1753 (Copied 2nd Jan 1797)

Contents:
Of estates in Kent, Essex and Herts.
Wm Draper to Wm Coward of Sadlers Hall, London, gent.
Bulford Mill, Essex, Standon Green End Farm (formerly 2 farms).
Field names.
Other personal names

Attested copy Release (Mortgage)  DE/A/618  21st March 1754 (Copied 2nd Jan 1797)

Contents:
Alicea Middleton (1); Mary Scott, Joseph Harrison of Deptford, and Ann (2); Wm Draper (3); to Wm Coward.
Farm at Standon Green End and lands in Kent - hop ground and cherry orchard, land in Isle of Sheppey.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/619  23rd March 1754 (Copied 2nd Jan 1797)

Contents:
Mrs Middleton and others (including Coward) to Esme Clarke.
Lands and property as mortgaged to Coward.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy Assignment of Draper's Mortgage from Coward to Francis Fane Esq for securing £1,000  DE/A/620  6th September 1756 (Copied 4th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Wm Coward (1), Wm Draper (2), to Francis Fane of Wormsley, Oxon.
Property - as in DE/A/619.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease for a year (copy)  DE/A/621  4th June 1759 (Copied 30th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Thomas Fane (son and heir of late Francis Fane) and Wm Draper to Thomas White of Sawtrees Farm, Thundridge.
Farm, etc at Standon Green End (formerly 2 farms), 56 acres arable and 18 acres wood and pasture.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/622  5th June 1759 (Copied 2nd June 1796)

Contents:
Wm Draper to Thomas White.
Farm (formerly 2) at Standon Green End and cottages at Colliers End.
Field names -
Pieces in Corners Field
Pieces in Salmons Leys
Pieces in Staple Field
Pieces in Langlands
Pieces in Nimdle
Pieces in Barwick Field
Pieces in Wyden.
Little Pasture, Hodges Close, Parlour Field, Dorrisons, Coppys, Waters Wells or Wat at Will, Upper Bydes Close, Lower Bydes Close, Russia Pasture, Upper Tylers Field, Lower Tylers Field, Well Croft, Grass Pasture.
Other personal names

Attested copy of Will  DE/A/623  24th May 1768

Contents:
Of Thomas White (some left to Martin White).
Farm in Standon and Sacombe; Lowgate Farm; Farms in Standon, Sacombe, Lt Munden etc, and Buckney Wood Lodge in Thundridge.
Pr: 7th Oct 1768

Copy of Will  DE/A/624  20th December 1788 (Copied 30th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Of Martin White.
Property to Joseph White, George White, Thomas Reed, Wm Knight.
Standon Green End, etc

Conveyance by Lease and Release  DE/A/625 - 626  7th and 8th February 1797

Contents:
Devisees in trust of will of late Martin White to Daniel Giles.
Pieces of land in Standon.
Field names -
Piece in Hoppits in Barwick Field
Piece in Staplefield (on Plashes Hill)
Piece in Blakely
Pieces in Wyden
Pieces in Barwick Field.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of Term of 1000 years and judgements in Standon Estate  DE/A/627  8th February 1797

Contents:
Parties as in DE/A/625-6.
Recites previous transactions - 15th May 1752; 20th and 21st March 1754: 23rd March 1754; 7th and 8th February 1797.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed of Covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/628  8th February 1797

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres - Daniel Giles.
Part of Standon Green End Farm lands

Covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/629  18th March 1799

Contents:
Jeremiah Acres to Daniel Giles.
Braddock Leys in Langlands.
Field names - Recites Lease and Release of "even date" in which the following lands were sold:-
Piece in Staplefield (3 acres)
Piece in Staplefield (1 acre)
Piece in Staplefield on Plashes Hill
Piece in Staplefield (3r 7p)

Abstract of title of Devisees  DE/A/630  1611-1756

Contents:
Of Mr Martin White, dec'd.
Tenement or farm in occupation of Jonathan Tyler, at Standon Green End, and farm adjoining Corners House at Standon Green End.
Field names - Fore Close, Mollhill Close, Pouch, The Meads, Coppys,
Piece in Corners Field
Piece in Staple Field
Piece in Plashes Hill
Piece in Blakely
Piece in Wyden.
Other personal names

Copy Will.  DE/A/631  15th May 1718; Pr: 16th Oct 1718; Copied 23rd Feb 1797

Contents:
Of William Draper.
Standon Green End Farm

Copy of attested copy of Release (Mortgage).  DE/A/632  20th March 1732

Contents:
Wm Draper of Addiscombe Place to Richard Middleton of St Bartholomews.
Lands in Standon Green End, Surrey, Kent, Essex, etc.
Field names

Attested copy of attested copy of Mortgage.  DE/A/633  15th May 1752 (Copied 23rd Feb 1797)

Contents:
Of Mr Draper's Estates by Assignment for 1,000 years.
Wm Draper to John Myster.
Property - as in DE/A/616

Attested copy of an Attested copy of Bond for £7,000  DE/A/634  15th May 1752 (Copied 23rd Feb 1797)

Contents:
Wm Draper to John Myster

Attested copy of Attested copy of Release.  DE/A/635  18th October 1753 (Copied 23rd Feb 1797)

Contents:
Of several Estates.
Wm Draper to Wm Coward.
Field names

Attested copy of attested copy of Release.  DE/A/636  21st March 1754 (Copied 23rd Feb 1797)

Contents:
Mrs Middleton and others to Mr Coward.
Field names

"Attested copy of attested copy of an Assignment of 2 judgements in trust for Mr Wm Coward so far as they can or may affect the premises comprized in the Mortgage from Mr Draper to Mr Coward"  DE/A/637  23rd March 1754 (Copied 23rd Feb 1797)

Contents:
Part of Standon Green End farm.
Field names

Copy of Assignment  DE/A/638  6th September 1756

Contents:
Of Draper's Mortgage from Mr Coward to Francis Fane for £1,000.
Farm at Standon Green End

Abstract of Title.  DE/A/639  1611-1759

Contents:
Of Devisees in trust for sale of Mr Martin White's estates and copy of Will.
Cordeners, Coppie Croft, Corners House, Fore Close, etc.
Field names

Attested copy of lease for year  DE/A/640  4th June 1759 (Copied 30th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Thos Fane and Wm Draper to Thomas White.
Standon Green End Farm.
Field names

Attested copy of Bargain and Sale (enrolled).  DE/A/641  5th June 1759

Contents:
Wm Draper to Thos White.
Standon Green End.
Field names

Attested copy of Will  DE/A/642  24th May 1768; 7th October 1768; (Copied 30th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Of Thomas White.
"Logate", "Sawyers", Buckney Wood
Lodge, etc.
Field names

Attested Copy of Probate of Will.  DE/A/643  20th December 1788; Pr: 10th Feb 1789; (Copied 30th Jan 1797)

Contents:
Of Martin White.
Standon Green End.
Field names

Lease and Release.  DE/A/644 - 645  7th and 8th February 1797

Contents:
Devisees in trust under will of Martin White (Earl of Westmoreland, Hon Henry Fane, George White, Joseph White, Thomas Reed), Joseph Druce and Elizabeth, George Ekins and Ann, Thos Druce and Mary, to Edward Allen of High Cross.
Lands, etc at Standon Green End.
Field names - Piece in Salmon Leys and Nimdle, Pieces in Staplefield and Dellhole piece.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt for £311.17.C

Assignment of a term of 1000 years and judgements in land at Standon  DE/A/646  8th February 1797

Contents:
? Farm at Standon Green End.
Other personal names

Lease and Release.  DE/A/647 - 648  28th and 29th April 1831

Contents:
Edward Allen to Benjamin King.
Pieces in Nimdell, Staplefield, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Receipt for £590

Assignment of Residue of term of 1000 years  DE/A/649  30th April 1831

Contents:
In trust for Benjamin King and to attend inheritance.
John Green, by direction of Edward Allen, to Christopher Puller.
Land in Salmon Leys, Staple Field, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court.  DE/A/650  23rd April 1799

Contents:
Joseph White to use of Daniel Giles.
Braddock Leys. Manor of Standon

Supplemental Abstract of Title.  DE/A/651  1740-1827

Contents:
Daniel Giles and Trustees of Poor of Hertford.
[Conveyed by Procter to Giles and from Giles to Poor].
Farm at Green End, part of which was exchanged.
Field names - Home Mead, Clarks Close and cottage, Oatcroft, Raiseley Close, Back Close, Labdale Wood, Labdale Field, Cowgreen Field, Sandpit or Millers mead, Ducketts, Sorrel field, Barley croft, First Labdale, Second Labdale, Pieces in Staplefield

Bundle of letters, agreements, notes, etc.  DE/A/652 - 745  C 1825-1831

Contents:
Re: land sold from Procter to Giles, and also re exchanges with Hertford Poor.
Letters: DE/A/652-689.
Calculations, lists of land, etc
(Standon Green Farm, High Cross Farm): DE/A/690-741.
Agreement (Proctor-Giles) and Accounts: DE/A/742-745.
Lands in Standon (various)

Covenant to produce Title Deeds.  DE/A/746 - 756  10th May 1832

Contents:
Benjamin King to George Procter; and 10 letters from solicitors re above (1826-1832)
Part of Standon Green End Farm.
[Exchange with Hertford Poor].
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/757  17th October 1831

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of George Procter Esq and his trustees.
4 acres in Staplefield (part of Standon Green Farm); 2 acres in Widen Field.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/758  6th June 1723

Contents:
Admission of Jonas Plumer on surrender of heirs of Lancelot Chapman, dec'd., their husbands, Lawton and Geary, with Thos Lowfield and Arthur Shallett.
"Gins" with field called Davis's and several closes.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/759  21st May 1730

Contents:
Admission of Robert Plumer on death of his brother, Jonas Plumer.
Gins, Davis's, etc

Abstract of Title  DE/A/760  1745-1803

Contents:
Stanes Chamberlayne Esq to freehold and copyhold lands in Standon.
Home Close, Barn Field, Upper Brick Kiln, Lower Brick Kiln, Mound Close, Mill Leys, Great Leys, Pond Field, etc (late Robert Plumer's).
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of marriage settlement.  DE/A/761  9th April 1789

Contents:
Stanes Chamberlayne to Trustees.
3 acres at Standon Green End (part of freehold of Robert Plumer), and messuages, etc in Standon which belonged to Plumer

Copy of admission  DE/A/762  27th May 1790

Contents:
Of Stanes Chamberlayne Esq on the death of his father and mother.
Gyns with 7 acres called Devises ose Davises, several closes of land, all purchased from Langthorne.
Also Lottsford Mill Head, piece in Mole Hill, piece in Morley, Parkleys, piece in Shanfield.
Field names - Howes, Ham Mead, Piece in Mill Field, Piece in Nash Field, Hop Mead, Orchard Mead (Latchford).
Other personal names

"Copy of Mr Watkins's Opinion"  DE/A/763  22nd June 1804

Contents:
(Re: annuity, etc - Chamberlayne)

Draft: Demise in Trust by Indemnity  DE/A/764  1804

Contents:
Stones Chamberlayne (1); Stones B Chamberlayne (2); Daniel Giles (3); Mr T Nicholson (4).
(Previous transactions recited).
Property - not specified

Conveyance by lease and release with covenant to surrender copyholds and Draft  DE/A/765 - 767  16th and 17th August 1804

Contents:
Stones Chamberlayne of Hatfield B O (1); Stones B Chamberlayne (2); to Daniel Giles.
Gyns, etc (as in DE/A/762) copyhold and freehold (Barnfield, Pond-field, etc) (DE/A/760)
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll. Manor of Standon  DE/A/768  6th June 1805

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Chamberlaynes.
Gyns and copyhold lands.
Field names

Release of Portions and Assignment of Term of 300 years  DE/A/769  28th May 1824

Contents:
To attend the inheritance so far as relates to premises sold to Daniel Giles.
Wm. Chamberlayne and others to Daniel Giles.
Orchard and Woodlands [? Cyns].
Other personal names.
Signatures

Draft absolute surrender. Manor of Standon  DE/A/770  16th September 1831

Contents:
George Procter and trustees to Daniel Giles.
4 acres in Staplefield (on Bengeo Hill), part of Standon Green End Farm, piece in Wigden ose Widen, part of Barwick Farm

Draft absolute surrender  DE/A/771  16th September 1831

Contents:
George Procter and trustees to Daniel Giles.
3 pieces of land called Coopers near Standon Green End. Manor of Milkley alias Mentley

Admission out of court  DE/A/772  31st December 1864

Contents:
Of Arthur Giles Puller on death of Christopher Giles Puller.
Coopers; piece in Stapleford Common and Broad Oak Lane. Manor of Milkley alias Mentley.
Field names.
Other personal names

Deed of Enfranchisement  DE/A/773  30th April 1875

Contents:
Miss C M Mellish (1); Copyhold Commrs. (2); to Arthur G Giles-Puller.
Coopers, Stapleford Common, and Broad Oak Lane. Manor of Milkley alias Mentley.
Field names.
Signatures.
Endorsement - Receipt

Label to following deeds, in DE/A/775 - 782  DE/A/774  [n.d.]

Contents:
"Title Deeds relating to freehold Cottages at Standon Green End, Standon, Herts, purchased by Benjamin Giles King Esq of Mr Samuel Legerton on 29th September 1832"

Feoffment  DE/A/775  17th August 1821

Contents:
Wm. Plumer (Lord of Manor of Standon) to Mr Henry Mason of High Cross (wheelwright).
(Mason having built a cottage on waste of the manor).
Cottage and 3 cottages adjoining ? near Standon Green End.
Other personal names

Mortgage by demise for 1000 years for securing £160  DE/A/776  9th March 1822

Contents:
Mr. Henry Mason to Mr John Dunning.
4 Cottages, etc at Standon Green End.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Grant of premises from Dunning to Mason, Mason having paid £160 after the date specified. 16th April 1827

Feoffment and covenant to levy a fine  DE/A/777  17th April 1827

Contents:
Henry Mason and wife to Samuel Legerton of Hunsdon and his trustee, Richard Jordan.
4 Cottages at Standon Green End.
Other personal names.
Seals.

Fines  DE/A/778 - 779  Hilary 1827


Related information: In connection with DE/A/777

Contents:
Samuel Legerton (plt) and Henry and Elizabeth Mason (defs)

Abstract of Title  DE/A/780  1821-1827

Contents:
Of Samuel Legerton.
Document is headed "High Cross" but recites DE/A/775-779

Conveyance by lease and release  DE/A/781 - 782  28th and 29th September 1832

Contents:
Samuel Legerton and Richard Jordan to Benjamin Giles King.
4 Cottages at Standon Green End.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/783  17th October 1831

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of George Proctor and others (trustees of Ambrose Proctor).
16 acres called Coopers.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/784  13th June 1832

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Giles King on death of Daniel Giles.
1 acre in Latchfield; Coopers (near Standon Green End.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/785  7th December 1841

Contents:
Admission of Lady Louisa Giles Puller on death of Benjamin Giles King.
Stewards account for admission.
1 acre in Latchfield; Coopers

Latchford  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release (in connection with marriage settlement)  DE/A/786 - 787  3rd and 4th December 1713

Contents:
John Greene of Bishops Stortford, baker, and Mary his wife, and Harrison Greene, baker, son and heir of aforesaid (1); Martha Smith of Hertford (2); Benjamin Turner of Digswell, gent., and Edward Greene of Walkern, gent (3); [Harrison Greene marrying Martha Smith].
Freehold part of messuage, etc at Latchford in occupation of Robert Wrenn (lands in Shanfield, Millfield, etc).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of fine  DE/A/788  Hilary Term 1713 (Copied 27th July 1801)


Related information: In connection with DE/A/786-7

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/786-7

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/789  27th September 1714

Contents:
Surrender and admission of Greeve, copyhold property in connection with DE/A/786-7.
Copyhold part of messuage in DE/A/786-7, Great Mead, Rush Mead, piece in Manley, alias Morley, Ducketts.
Other personal names

Deed of Covenant to levy fine and declare the uses  DE/A/790  16th January 1750

Contents:
Mr Joseph Holt of Hertford, mealman, and Mary his wife, (heir of Harrison Green), to Henry Holt of Billericay, Excise Officer (Fine annexed).
Latchford, as in DE/A/786, etc.
Messuage in All Saints; "Cross Keys" inn; All Saints; messuage in "The Church Lane"; messuage at Old Cross; messuage at Old Cross; messuage at Cow Bridge; (All in Hertford).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll and 2 receipts: Manor of Standon  DE/A/791 - 793  30th May 1751

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Mary Holt as daughter of Harrison Green; Recovery suffered by Mr Holt and Mary to the use of her heirs, and her re-admission; Surrender of Mr and Mrs Holt to use of themselves, their heirs and their admissions thereupon.
Great mead, Rushmead, etc at Latchford.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of Conditional  DE/A/794  15th September 1752

Contents:
Surrender out of Court: Manor of Standon
Joseph and Mary Holt to Thomas Marlborough of Dicker Mill, Hertford, mealman.
Copyhold part of the messuage at Latchford, Great Mead, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Collateral Security (By Demise for 1,000 years) for payment of £440  DE/A/795  15th September 1752


Related information: In connection with DE/A/794

Contents:
Joseph and Mary Holt to Thomas Marlborough.
Seals.
Signatures

Further Mortgage for £100  DE/A/796  8th December 1753

Contents:
Joseph and Mary Holt to Thomas Marlborough.
Freehold part of Latchford property

Further mortgage for £100  DE/A/797  8th October 1754

Contents:
Joseph and Mary Holt to Thomas Marlborough

Copy of Court Roll; Manor of Barwick  DE/A/798  27th June 1755

Contents:
Admission of Mary Holt (widow) on death of Harrison and Martha Green, a recovery, and her re-admission in Fee.
Pond Croft, Bradley Bushes, Lady Croft, Bucketts, piece in Smeedon.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll; Manor Mentley  DE/A/799  2nd December 1755

Contents:
Admission of Mary Holt, widow, after death of Harrison Green and Martha.
Piece in Latchford common field.
Field names

Bargain and sale to make a tenant for suffering a recovery  DE/A/800  1st October 1756

Contents:
Mary Holt of Hertford, widow (1); Wm Windus of Hertford (2); Robert Jones of Middle Temple, Stationer (3).
Freehold part of messuage and lands at Latchford; messuage in Church Lane, Hertford, messuage at Old Cross.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Exemplification of Recovery  DE/A/801  Michaelmas 1756

Seals - broken


Related information: In connection with £800

Contents:
Robert Jones and Wm Windus, Mrs Holt, vouchee.
Property - as in DE/A/800

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/802-803  28th and 29th January 1757

Contents:
Mrs Mary Holt, widow, to William Sworder of Standon, gent. (Money paid to Thomas Marlborough to whom the property was mortgaged).
Freehold part of messuage and lands in Latchford.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Assignment of a Mortgage Term of 1000 years  DE/A/804  29th January 1757


Related information: In connection with DE/A/802-3

Contents:
In trust for Wm Sworder.
Thomas Marlborough (by direction of Mary Holt and at nomination of Wm Sworder) to Mr Nicoll Sworder.
Property - as in DE/A/802-3.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy surrender out of court: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/805  1st February 1757

Contents:
Mrs Mary Holt to Wm Sworder.
½ acre in Latchfield.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Wm Windus, Wm Plumer Windus, Ralph Feild, John Tew.
Signature - Mary Holt

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/806  1st February 1757

Contents:
Mrs Holt to Wm Sworder.
Pond Croft, Bradley Bushes, 2 acres in Smeadon.
Witnesses - Hannah Watts, John Rowley, Wm Windus, Wm P. Windus.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/807  1st February 1757

Contents:
Mrs M Holt to Wm Sworder.
Part of messuage, orchard, Great Mead, Rush Mead, piece in Mawley, Ducketts croft.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses.
Signature - Mary Holt

Copy of Court Roll and Steward's account: Manor of Standon  DE/A/808 A & B  2nd June 1757

Contents:
Admission of Wm Sworder after surrender out of court by Mary Holt, and his surrender to use of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor Barwick  DE/A/809  13th July 1757

Contents:
Admission of Wm Sworder after surrender out of court by Mary Holt, and his surrender to uses of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/806.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/810  19th December 1757

Contents:
Admission of Wm Sworder after surrender out of court by Mary Holt, and his surrender to uses of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/805.
Field names.
Other personal names

Extract from will  DE/A/811  9th July 1761

Contents:
Of Nicolls Sworder appointing Edmund and Wm Sworder his executors. (Pr: 6th July 1762)

Extract from will  DE/A/812  18th October 1781

Contents:
Of Edmund Sworder appointing Thomas and Samuel Scott his executors. (Pr: 19th April 1782)

Attested copy of Clause in will  DE/A/813  10th February 1781

Contents:
Of Wm Sworder of Braughing, leaving property to his brother John.
Freehold and copyhold lands at Latchford. (Pr: 13th March 1782)

Certificate of burial  DE/A/814  3rd April 1782 (Extracted 21st May 1814)

Contents:
At Little Hadham of Edmund Sworder of Bury Green

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/815  23rd May 1782

Contents:
Admission of John Sworder on death of his brother Wm and surrender to uses of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/816  2nd August 1782

Contents:
Admission of John Sworder on death of Wm Sworder.
Property - as in DE/A/806.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/817  22nd October 1782

Contents:
Admission of John Sworder on death of Wm Sworder and surrender to use of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/805.
Field names.
Other personal names

Extract from will  DE/A/818  10th August 1786; 26th September 1786


Related information: See DE/A/812

Contents:
Of Thomas Scott appointing Benjamin Jones and Thomas Mott his executors

Extract from Burial Register  DE/A/819  26th April 1787 (Copied 1814)

Contents:
Rebecca Boultwood, widow

Land Tax Redemption Certificate No 24911  DE/A/820  15th June 1799

Contents:
Messuage, etc at Latchford and property in above parishes

Receipt for Quit rent: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/821  12th December 1800


Related information: See DE/A/822

Contents:
Property - not specified - tenant "Mr Bridges".
Signature - Jeremiah Acres

Copy of clause in will  DE/A/822  29th March 1797

Contents:
Of John Sworder re property devised to Mrs Cole (nee Sworder), his daughter.
Property in Standon in occupation of Thomas Bridges. (Pr: 24th Dec 1800)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/823  25th May 1801

Contents:
Admission of Mary Cole (Sworder), wife of Thomas Cole of Braughing, on death of John Sworder.
1 acre in Letchfield (in occupation of T Bridges)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/824  28th May 1801

Contents:
Mrs Cole on death of John Sworder.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release with covenant to levy fine and surrender copyholds  DE/A/825 - 826  21st and 22nd September 1801

Contents:
Thomas Cole of Braughing, grocer, and Mary, his wife, to Thomas Rowley of Standon Lordship. Freehold part of property at Latchford. (Copyhold lands also named).
Field names - 4 acres in Shanfield, Piece in Millfield, New Close, Borne dell, Larkens croft, Piece in Morley Field.
Other personal names.
Seals - Bad.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/827 - 828  Trinity 1801


Related information: In connection with DE/A/825-6

Contents:
T Rowley (plt) and Thomas and Mary Cole (defs).
Property - as in DE/A/825-6

Copy Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/829  4th November 1801

Contents:
Of Mr Thomas Cole and Mary, to Thomas Rowley.
Pond Croft, Bradley Bushes, Le Chase Lane, Lady Croft, 2 acres in Smeadon. Manor of Barwick.
Other personal names

Copy Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/830  4th November 1801

Contents:
Of Thomas and Mary Cole to Thomas Rowley.
Property - as in DE/A/807. Manor of Standon.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/831  29th April 1802

Contents:
Admission of Mary Cole on death of John Sworder, and admission of Thomas Rowley after surrender out of court by Mary and Thomas Cole, and surrender to use of his will by Rowley.
Property - as in DE/A/829.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/832  10th June 1802

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Rowley on surrender out of court by Thomas and Mary Cole, and his surrender to use of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/833  12th August 1808

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Rowley on surrender of Thomas and Mary Cole. 1 acre in Latchfield.
Field names

Extract from Burial Register  DE/A/834  4th January 1812 (Extracted 18th July 1814)

Contents:
Robert Rowley, aged 60

Attested copy of Will  DE/A/835  26th November 1811

Contents:
Of Thomas Rowley of Farnham, Essex, farmer (Bennett & Wyman appointed exors).
Property - in Standon.
Other personal names. Pr: 16th Oct 1813; Extracted 1814

2 copies of sale particulars  DE/A/836 - 837  22nd April 1814

Contents:
(Under will of Rowley, dec'd). Farm and lands at Latchford (listed) and Cottered.
Field names.
Endorsement - Agreement to purchase Latchford property by John Green on DE/A/837

Lease and Release  DE/A/838 - 839  2nd and 3rd August 1814

Contents:
Charles Bennett and Wm Wyman, devisees for sale under will of Thomas Rowley (1); to John Green of Ware (3); with consent of Simon and Mary Horswell of Tilty, Essex, George and Elizabeth White of Bishops Stortford, Henry and Susannah Felsted of Farnham, Essex (2); Mary, Elizabeth and Susannah being 3 of 4 nieces of Rowley.
Property at Latchford.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Bargain and Sale  DE/A/840  3rd August 1814

Contents:
Bennett and Wyman to John Green.
Property - as in DE/A/806 (copyhold of manor of Barwick).
Field names.
Signatures.
Endorsement - Note that this deed was produced at court on 15th Jan 1817 before admission of John Green

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/841  3rd August 1814

Contents:
To attend inheritance for John Green.
Thomas Mott (1); Bennett and Wyman (2); John Green (3); to Joshua Page (4).
Freehold Latchford Property.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/842  18th May 1815

Contents:
Admission of Mr John Green on death of Thomas Rowley.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/843  18th May 1815

Contents:
Surrender of John Green to the use of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/842

Lease and Release with covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/844 - 845  28th and 29th September 1830

Contents:
John Green and Mary Ann, his wife, to Daniel Giles.
Freehold part of messuage, etc at Latchford.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - Bad.
Signatures

Assignment of the residue of term of 1000 years  DE/A/846  29th September 1830

Contents:
In trust for Daniel Giles and to attend inheritance.
Joshua Page of Ware (1); John Green (2); Daniel Giles (3); to Christopher Puller of Lincolns Inn (4).
Property - as in DE/A/844-5.
Field names.
Signatures - Green and Page

Copy Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/847  29th September 1830

Contents:
John Green to Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/848  29th September 1830

Contents:
John Green to Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/805.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/849  29th September 1830

Contents:
John Green to Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/806.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/850  24th November 1830

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of John Green.
Property - as in DE/A/807.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Mentley  DE/A/851  25th November 1830

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of John Green.
1 acre in Latchfield

Plan  DE/A/852  Undated [Late 19th cent]


Related information: See DE/A/786-851

Contents:
Of property in Latchford
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/2846  20th October 1651

Contents:
Admission of Richard Fisher, gent, after surrender of Thomas Phipps.
Piece of land in common field called "Millfeild" (2 acres). Rent 8d

Bond in connection with surrender: Manor of Standon  DE/A/2847  6th October 1671

Seals - broken

Contents:
Richard Fisher of Standon, late schoolmaster, to William Knightley of Latchford Mill.
2 acres in Millfield (near Latchford Mill), one head abutting on Shanfield north, meadow of Joseph Wren on east, and next to land of Phillip Hammond east [sic], next to land of Robert Crowche west.
Witnesses - Richard Crouch,
Thomas Daniell,
Signature - Fisher.
Endorsements - Note: "for a Peice of Ground Part of a Copyhold Peice Laying in a Field Called mill Field alias Shan Field, Held of the manour of Standon"

Bond in connection with surrender: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/2848  6th October 1671

Contents:
Richard Fisher of Standon to William Knightley, junr, of Latchford Mill.
3 roods in Mill Field, Latchford, abutting north on lands of Richd Crowche; meadow of Lord of Manor of Standon on south; next lands of John Hampton to west.
Witnesses - Richard Crowche,
Thomas Daniell,
Signature - Fisher

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/2849  30th May 1672

Contents:
Admission of Wm Knightley after surrender of Richard Fisher, and Knightley's surrender to use of himself and his wife, Alice, and then to their heirs.
2 acres in Mill Field

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2850  16th July 1673

Contents:
Admission of Wm Knightley and Alice his wife, after surrender of Richard Fisher.
3 roods in Mill field, near Latchford Mill

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/2851  21st May 1719

Contents:
Admission of Henry Knightley on death of his mother, Alice Knightley.
2 acres in Mill Field

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/2852  24th January 1726/7

Contents:
[? Mortgage] of Henry Knightley of Latchford Mill, carpenter, to William Ansell, the elder, of Tillers End, Buntingford Westmill, gent.
2 acres in Mill Field.
Witnesses - Stephen Beadle
Edw Bradley.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 9th June 1731
Memorandum that mortgage is paid back.
Signed Ansell

Copy of conditional surrender (mortgage): Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2853  24th January 1726/7

Contents:
Henry Knightley of Latchford Mill to William Ansell, the elder, of Tillers End, Buntingford.
Messuage, barns, and 2 acres adjoining at Latchford; Princy Croft; 3 roods in Mill feild.
Signature - Knightley.
Endorsements - Receipt for £120 signed Knightley. 9th June 1731 Receipt signed by Wm Ansell. 12th October 1737
Memorandum that payment of mortgage had been entered on the court rolls

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2854 - 2856  12th October 1737

Contents:
Admission of William Benn of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, soapmaker, on surrender of Henry Knightley.
Also receipt for fees on admission, and account.
Messuage, etc and 2 acres adjoining; Princy Croft; piece in Millfield (3 roods)

List of documents 1634-1737  DE/A/2857  1737

Contents:
Re:property in manors of Barwick and Standon

Surrender out of court (copy): Manor of Standon  DE/A/2858  31st May 1738

Contents:
William Benn to use of John Burr of St Bartholomew the Less, mercer.
2 acres in Millfield in occupation of Francis Pryor.
Witnesses - James Say
Willm Beadle.
Signature - W Benn

Copy: surrender out of court: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2859  31st May 1738

Contents:
Wm Benn to use of John Burr.
Messuage, etc and 2 acres adjoining; Princy Croft; 3 roods in Millfeild

Receipt for fees on admission of Mr Burr: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/2860  25th April 1739

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2861  11th September 1745

Contents:
Admission of John Burr after surrender of Wm Benn.
Messuage, etc and 2 acres; Princes Croft; 3 roods in Millfield

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2862  17th October 1768

Contents:
Admission of Wm Burr on death of John Burr, his brother.
Messuage, etc and 2 acres, and 3 roods in Millfield in occupation of Robert Rowley; and Princes Croft

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/2863  18th May 1769

Contents:
Admission of William Burr on death of John Burr.
2 acres in Millfield near the Mill, in occupation of Rowley (formerly of Francis Prior)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/2864  12th June 1783

Contents:
Admission of John Burr on death of William Burr (his uncle).
2 acres in Mill Field near the Mill (formerly Benn's)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2865  17th June 1736

Contents:
Admission of Nicholas Humphreys on death of his father, Nicholas Humphreys.
Piece of meadow in Broad Mead, near Latchford. Manor of Standon Borough

Copy: absolute surrender  DE/A/2866  12th October 1737

Contents:
Of Nicholas Humphrey of Springfield, Essex, to use of Thomas Watts of Ware, bricklayer.
Piece of meadow in Broad Mead. Manor of Standon Borough.
Signatures - Wm Wall
Wm Beadle

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2867  23rd May 1738

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Watts after surrender of Nicholas Humphrey.
Piece of meadow in Broad Mead in occupation of Thomas Wright. Manor of Standon Borough

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2868  27th September 1749

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Hannah Watts under will of Thomas Watts, and Mrs Watts' surrender to use of her will.
1 acre in Broadmead. Manor of Standon Borough

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2869  15th December 1752

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Hannah Watts under will of Thomas Watts.
Messuage, etc near Latchford Mill, 2 orchards (late a meadow) adjoining; 2 acres in Broadmead (abutting west on river); 1½ acres in Nashfield; two parcels of land in Little Caswicke; ½ acre in Gt Caswicke; 2 acres in Wyden Field; ½ acre in Neyfield.
Endorsements - Note: "Thomas Watts Departed this Life May the 21 1749"

Copy of Court Roll Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2870  21st June 1770

Contents:
Admission of William Faircloth (son of Edward Faircloth of Sacombe) under will of Hannah Watts. [Part of will quoted].
Messuage and 2 orchards; parcel of land in Broad Mead; 1½ acres in Nash Field; land in Lt Caswick and Gt Caswick; 2 acres in Wyden field; ½ acre in Neyfield; all in occupation of Robert Rowley.
Endorsements - Note: "Mr Faircloth has sold to Mr Proctor of Ware the Land in Wigden field and Little Caswick, And the rest (except the half acre in Neafield which he reserves to himself) to Mr Burr of Ware"

Copy surrender Manor of Barwick.  DE/A/2871  26th July 1783

Contents:
William Faircloth of Hatfield, yeoman, to use of John Burr of Ware, surgeon.
Messuage and 2 orchards near Mill; piece in Broadmead; 1½ acres in Nash field; piece in Gt Caswick in occupation of John Warwick (late of Rowley)

Affidavit  DE/A/2872  17th January 1711[2]

Contents:
By Henry Brown of Wandsworth, gent, in connection with his mortgage to John Burr of Gt Amwell, maltster.
Biggin Farm.
Signature - Brown

Bond in connection with mortgage.  DE/A/2873  11th June 1713

Contents:
Henry Browne to John Burr.
Property - not specified.
Witnesses - T Sale
Jas Shayler
Seals.
Signature - Browne

Bond (? in connection with further mortgage).  DE/A/2874  14th July 1714

Contents:
Henry Browne to John Burr.
Witnesses - Nathan Kinsey
Rich Williams.
Signature - Henry Browne

Bond (? in connection with mortgage).  DE/A/2875  22nd March 1722/3

Contents:
Henry Browne of Wandsworth to John Burr of Gt Amwell.
Witnesses - Edmund Peacock
James Windus.
Signatures

Bond.  DE/A/2876  24th September 1725

Contents:
Henry Browne to John Burr of Ware.
Witnesses - Edmund Peacock
Sam Smart.
Seals.
Signature - Browne

Agreement for tenancy (on a yearly basis).  DE/A/2877  20th September 1882

Contents:
John Phillips of The Green, Tottenham, esquire, to Emma Chapman of Arches Hall, widow.
Biggin Farm. (Landlord to build 2 new cottages on the farm)

Colliers End  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  DE/A/853 - 854  13th and 14th May 1725

Contents:
Joane Bridgeman, widow, of Standon and Edward Bridgeman, weaver, to Wm Randall, labourer.
Messuage known as "Old Parler" in Colliers End. Abuttals set out.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/855 - 856  27th and 28th November 1767

Contents:
Wm Randal of High Cross, labourer, to Mary Nichols of High Cross, widow.
"Old Parler".
Other personal names.
Seal.
Signature - Wm Randall (mark)

Feoffment  DE/A/857  31st August 1778

Contents:
Mary Nicholls of Ware, widow, to William Johnson of Ware, gardener.
"Old Parler".
Other personal names

Probate copy of Will and Codicil  DE/A/858  Pr: 15th Feb 1779

Contents:
Of Wm. Johnson, dec'd.
Including "Old Parler" at Colliers End.
Seal - PCC

Deed of Covenant to levy fine and declare uses  DE/A/859  13th November 1781

Contents:
Benjamin Johnson, gardener, of Ware, and Rebecca his wife, to John Green of Ware, gent.
"The Old Building" in Crib Street, Ware, and the "Old Parler" at Colliers End.
Other personal names.
Seals - Bad.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/860  Michaelmas 1781


Related information: In connection with DE/A/859

Contents:
John Green, plt, and Benjamin and Rebecca Johnson, defs.
Property in Ware and Standon

Lease and Release  DE/A/861 - 862  8th and 9th August 1785

Contents:
Rebecca Johnson of Ware, widow of Benjamin Johnson, to Wm Fowler of Queen Street, Soho, gent [in trust for Ralph Griffiths - see next document, DE/A/863].
"Old Parler".
Other personal names

Declaration  DE/A/863  22nd August 1786

Contents:
That property was purchased for Ralph Griffiths.
"Old Parler".
Signatures - W Plumer Windus, John Green, Matthew Bradshaw

Lease and Release in Fee  DE/A/864 - 865  6th and 7th January 1795

Contents:
Farrer Fowler of London, tailor (1); Ralph Griffiths of Turnham Green, Chiswick (2); to George E Griffiths (his son), esq (3): (Farrer Fowler being heir of Wm Fowler dec'd).
The "Old Parler"

Lease and Release in trust  DE/A/866 - 867  20th and 21st April 1824

Contents:
George E Griffiths to John Green the younger of Ware, in trust for Henry Ree of Ware, brazier, and Sarah Green, his wife.
The "Old Parler", etc.
Seals - 3 armorial - red wax - good.
Signatures

Bond for quiet enjoyment  DE/A/868  21st April 1824


Related information: In connection with DE/A/866-7

Contents:
George E Griffiths to Henry Ree and Sarah.
The "Old Parler".
Signature - Griffiths

Lease and Release with covenant to levy fine  DE/A/869 - 870  10th and 11th January 1826

Contents:
Henry and Sarah Ree, and John Green, to Samuel Legerton of Hunsdon, farmer, and Richard Jordan, his trustee.
Two "newly erected Cottages" formerly one messuage called "The Old Parlor".
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/871 - 872  Hilary 1826


Related information: In connection with DE/A/869-870

Abstract of title  DE/A/873  1767

Contents:
Mr. Samuel Legerton.
Two messuages at Colliers End (formerly "Old Parler").
Other personal names

Conveyance by lease and release  DE/A/874 - 875  28th and 29th September 1832

Contents:
Mr S Legerton and his trustee to Benjamin Giles King.
Two cottages formerly one messuage known as Old Parlour.
Other personal names.
Seals - 2 red wax.
Signatures

Feoffment  DE/A/876  16th November 1833

Contents:
Joseph Martin and John Rowley to Benjamin Giles-King.
Two small pieces of garden ground next to two cottages in DE/A/875.
Seals - 3 red wax.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll, receipt and steward's expenses: Manor of Standon  DE/A/877 - 879  22nd May 1766

Contents:
Admission of the Rt Hon George Earl Cowper on death of Wm Earl Cowper.
Labdens, Dassells, Lt Dassells and lands - Messuage called Labdens with orchard; Closes called: Labdens, the Moor, Wellcroft, Birch Wood (20 acres and 2 roods), Birch Moor, Birch Moor Ground alias Birchers
Abuttals: Tiddy Croft, Brick Kiln Close, Rush Croft, Broad Croft, Short Croft; Messuage called Deathsoles alias Dassells with 18 acres; Abuttals: Way to Kettle Green and Levens Green, Shortlands; Messuage called Little Deathsoles with orchard and pightle, 1 acre in Oldhall Field, 1 acre in Staplefield, 1 rood in Bangishill in Staplefield, 1 acre in Broad Oakfield, 1 acre in Puckeridge Field, 2 acres in Cony Crouch way.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll, steward's expenses and receipts: Manor of Standon Friary  DE/A/880 - 884  23rd May 1766

Contents:
Admission of George, Earl Cowper on death of Wm Earl Cowper.
2 acres in Bolsdell, 3 pightles of pasture, 7 acres of arable, Riderswood, Riders, Riders Spring.
Field names

Act for vesting Fee-Farm rents, etc  DE/A/885  1773

Contents:
Of Sir Charles Cocks, in trustees [Hon. Daines Barrington and Richard Cocks esq]
In Sussex, Kent, Cambridge, Leicester, Salop, Hereford, Cornwall, Chester, Hertford, York, Nottingham, etc.
Other personal names

Grant of a Fee Farm Rent of 6/8d and receipt  DE/A/886 - 887  4th June 1777

Contents:
Hon Daines Barrington and Richard Cocks to George Earl Cowper, with consent of Sir Charles Cocks.
Tenement and lands at Colliers End.
Seals - 3 - bad.
Signatures.
Endorsement - Note "Sold to Benj Giles King Esq 1832"

Copy of Lease for a year (Release missing)  DE/A/888  29th December 1777

Contents:
George Earl Cowper to Elborough Woodcock of Lincolns Inn, gent., and Augustine Greenland of Newman Street, St Marylebone, gent.
Cowper property in Middlesex, Cole Green, Hertingfordbury, Hatfield, St Andrew's, Hertford, Brickendon, Colliers End (in occupation of Thomas Kimpton), Welwyn, Ayot St Peter, Barkway, Tewin and Kent.
Field names.
Other personal names

Attested copy of Settlement of jointure on Lady Cowper and provision for younger children  DE/A/889  30th December 1777

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/888.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsement - "Relative to Mr King's purchase from Earl Cowper of Colliers End Farm

Copy Deed of Appointment  DE/A/890  31st December 1777

Contents:
Of property subject to jointure of Countess Cowper and provision for children.
George Earl Cowper and Robert Woodford and Edward Woodcock.
Property - as in DE/A/888.
Field names.
Other personal names

Extract from Recovery in Court of Common Pleas  DE/A/891  Michaelmas 1778 (Extracted 7th February 1845)

Contents:
Earl Cowper.
Property in Hertfordshire

Copy of Release  DE/A/892  28th June 1827

Contents:
Of lands late jointure of Hannah Countess Cowper, dec'd for suffering a recovery.
Earl Cowper to Matthew Thompson.
Property - as DE/A/888

Extract of Recovery  DE/A/893  Trinity 1827

Contents:
Suffered by Earl Cowper (PLLF).
Property in Hertfordshire

Copy release  DE/A/894  23rd July 1828

Contents:
Of legal estate in Herts and Kent, late lands of Hannah Countess Cowper.
John Woodcock Esq and John T Batt, and Henry H Oddie to Earl Cowper (PLLF).
Property in Herts and Kent

Copy of surrender of 2 terms of 600 years  DE/A/895  12th August 1828

Contents:
Sir Robert Heron, Bart, and others to Earl Cowper.
Property including Colliers End

Lease for a year (Release missing)  DE/A/896  2nd February 1829

Contents:
Rt Hon Earl Cowper to Benjamin King.
Farm at Colliers End in occupation of Thomas Kimpton.
Signature - Cowper

Copy of Court Roll: Manor Standon  DE/A/897  20th July 1830

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin King on surrender of Earl Cowper.
Labdens, etc as in DE/A/877-9.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon Friary  DE/A/898  20th July 1830

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin King on surrender of Earl Cowper.
Property - as in DE/A/880.
Field names.
Other personal names

"Statement of Mr King's Estate before and after Allotting"  DE/A/899  Undated [after enclosure]

Contents:
Colliers End.
Field names

Map  DE/A/900  1828

Contents:
Of "Lands Purchased of Earl Cowper by King Esq," in 1828, and list of fields with acreages.
Dassells, Fishers and Labdens Farms.
Field names

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/901 - 902  19th and 20th January 1741

Contents:
Thomas Luck of Kennett, Cambs, esq, to Henry Trott of Standon, Farrier, and Elizabeth his wife.
Messuage late in tenure of Joyce Nicholls, widow, abutting west on highway to Ware; Longcroft, 3 pieces in Staple Field, 2 pieces in Innefield.
(Copyhold: Gowers Dell, piece alias Goose Dell piece, 9 acres and Dell, Croft and Middle Mead).
Other personal names

Draft conveyance by Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/903  9th and 10th May 1763

Contents:
Henry Trott of Standon, farrier, to Henry Cort of Crutched Friars, gent.
Farm at Colliers End, as in DE/A/901-2.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/904  10th May 1763

Contents:
Admission of Amy Cowel (sister of Henry Trott) in fee, in reversion after decease of Henry Trott (Eliz Trott having died).
Copyhold part of farm at Colliers End, Gowers ose, Goose Dell Peice (in Staple Field), 2 closes (9 acres), Dell Croft and Middle Mead (6 acres).
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/905  10th May 1763

Contents:
Of Henry Trott and Amy Cowell of Haydon, to the use of Henry Cort.
Property - as in DE/A/904.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/906  26th May 1763

Contents:
Admission of Henry Cort on surrender of Amy Cowel, and his surrender to use of his will.
Property - as in DE/A/904.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy: Marriage settlement  DE/A/907  16th March 1768

Contents:
Henry Cort and Elizabeth Haysham.
Farm at Colliers End (as in DE/A/904 and DE/A/901-2).
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of marriage settlement in DE/A/907  DE/A/908  16th March 1768

Contents:
Property - as in DE/A/907.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/909  18th May 1769

Contents:
Surrender of Mary Blanchard, spinster, of Oxford Road, Middx, and admission of Henry Cort: and Cort's surrender to use of his Will.
½ part of 1 acre under Darney wood Hedge in Povingdon Common Field, and ½ part of 2 acres in Middlefield.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/910  9th July 1802

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Eliz Cort on death of Henry Cort.
Gowers Dell Piece, 9 acres, Dell Croft and Middle Mead.
Field names

Sale particulars  DE/A/911  11th August 1809

Contents:
Farm at Colliers End as in DE/A/901-2 and 904.
Field names

Agreement to sell  DE/A/912 - 913  12th August 1809

Contents:
Between Coningsby Cort and others and Daniel Giles.
Also a memorandum re Cort family settlement in connection with the proposed purchase by Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/911.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Particulars of quit-rents, etc  DE/A/914  Undated [after 1802]

Contents:
"Copyhold Premises to which Mrs Cort was admitted......" and also freehold.
Field names

Abstract of Title  DE/A/915  ? 31st January 1810

Contents:
Of Assignees of Kirkpatrick and Cort (bankrupt merchants). Recites Bargain and Sale between Charles Warren, Joseph Yates, Christopher Puller (1), and Robert Barnes and James Quin.
Property - in Hertfordshire and elsewhere (not specified).
Other personal names

Lease and Release with covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/916 - 917  14th and 15th May 1811

Contents:
Elizabeth Cort of Reading, widow of Henry Cort (1); Coningsby Cort of Mount Row, Lambeth, gent (2); Wm Cort (3); Frederick Cort (4); James Quin and Robert Barnes (5); Richard Cort (6); Eliz Cort (7); Thomas Dowell and Harriet (8); John Wilson and Charlotte (9); Caroline Cort (10); Joseph Powell and Louisa (11); Catharine Cort (12) to Daniel Giles.
Property in Colliers End (3 tenements, and land as in DE/A/901-2).
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/918 - 919  Trinity 1811


Related information: In connection with DE/A/916-917

Contents:
Cort and Giles

Lease and Release  DE/A/920 - 921  14th and 15th May 1811


Related information: Copies of DE/A/916-7

Declaration of Trust as to £478. 5. 7  DE/A/922/1-3  17th May 1811

Contents:
Eliz Cort, Coningsby Cort, William Cort, Frederick Cort, James Quin, Robt Barnes, Richard Cort, Eliz Cort, Thomas Dowell and Harriet, John Wilson and Charlotte, Caroline Cort, Joseph Powell and Catharine Cort (1); Daniel Giles (2); Nicholson (3); and letter re sale of stocks and account.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Certificate of baptism of Frances Cort, and affidavit  DE/A/923 - 924  30th March 1827

Lease and Release in fee and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/925 - 926  26th and 27th April 1827

Contents:
Frances Cort, spinster, of Bryanston Square (1); Daniel Giles, Coningsby Cort and Thomas Nicholson (2); Daniel Giles (3).
Farm at Colliers End as in DE/A/901-2.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/927  24th November 1831

Contents:
Admission of Frances Cort on death of Elizabeth Cort, widow.
Gowers Dell Piece ose Goose Dell Piece in Staple Field; 2 closes of pasture; Dell Croft; Middle Mead.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/928  24th November 1831

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Miss Frances Cort. Gowers Dell Piece, etc as in DE/A/927

Release in connection with enclosure  DE/A/929  30th April 1875

Contents:
Miss C M Mellish to A G Giles Puller with consent of Copyhold Commrs. Manor of Mentley.
2 pieces in Puckeridge Field (part of Colliers End Farm).
Signatures

High Cross  [no ref. or date]

Letter agreeing to purchase from "Knight" with plan  DE/A/930 - 931  16th March 1805

Contents:
Property at High Cross

Lease for a year and Deed of exchange  DE/A/932 - 933  14th and 15th February 1793

Contents:
Mrs Ann Martin Leake and John Leake to David Barclay.
2 pieces in Southey field, 2 pieces in Hazeldown in exchange for another piece in Hazeldown.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease for year and Deed of exchange  DE/A/934 - 935  5th and 6th March 1794

Contents:
Mrs Ann Martin-Leake and John Martin-Leake to Wm Cunliffe Shawe esq.
Piece in Millfield Common in exchange for piece in Oldfield.
Field names
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease for year and Deed of exchange  DE/A/936 - 937  8th and 9th November 1802

Contents:
Ambrose Proctor to Daniel Giles.
Pieces in Millfield, Tongue piece in Millfield, pieces in Hazeldown Common, close called the "Orchard", piece in Blakeley Corner and near Gunpowder Hill (both in Berwick Common Field), piece in Nimdell, pieces in Wyden, in exchange for other lands.
Field names - Shepherds True, Daniel's pightle, Pond Field alias Soots Croft, Short Croft, Labden, Upper Labden, Piece in Salmon Leys, Gate Piece in Oldfield Common, piece in Willowfield Common Field, piece in Wyden

Lease and Release in fee  DE/A/938 - 939  6th and 7th December 1831

Contents:
George Proctor esq (nephew and heir of Ambrose) to Daniel Giles.
Pieces in Salmons Leys; Piece in Willowfield, Cornish field and Staple field; Pieces in Oldfield; Soots Croft Pightle.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/940 - 941  25th and 26th May 1837

Contents:
To the use of Will of Daniel Giles, dec'd.
Abel Smith (1); Dame Louisa Puller (2); Benjamin Giles King (3); to Christopher Wm Puller (4).
3 acres in Oldfield and part of the Bourn (plan attached).
Field names

Lease and Release in Fee  DE/A/942 - 943  2nd and 3rd December 1803

Contents:
Wm Plumer of Gilston Park to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Poplar's Shot and another piece of land at High Cross.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Sketch Plan  DE/A/944  Undated [after 1829]

Contents:
High Cross west of Cambridge Road

Attested copies of lease and release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/945 - 946  2nd and 3rd November 1747 (Copied 23rd June 1830)

Contents:
John Gardiner of Thundridgebury (1); Sarah Kilpin, widow, of St Clement Danes (2) to Ambrose Proctor of Ware (3).
Messuage at Shepherds Hill with lands (Shepherds Hill wood close, pound close, Long Close, Shepherds Hill Wood, Bushey Leys, pieces in Highfield)
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/947 - 948  Michaelmas Term 1728

Contents:
Wm Wright, esq, Martin Chursten, esq (querents) and Wm Leigh, esq and Mary, his wife, and Thomas Wentworth, esq and Elizabeth, his wife, (defs).
Site of manor of "Soots"

Lease and Release  DE/A/949 - 950  25th and 26th March 1768

Contents:
Elizabeth Wentworth, widow, of St George, Hanover Sq, to James Leigh of Adlestropp, Glos, esq (her nephew and heir).
Soots Farm, house and lands.
Signature - Elizabeth Wentworth

Copy: Will  DE/A/951  12th November 1772

Contents:
Of James Leigh of Adlestrop, Glos

Lease and Release  DE/A/952 - 953  25th and 26th February 1790

Contents:
James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop (son and heir of James Leigh) to David Barclay of Youngsbury.
Site of manor of Soots, also farm house. Schedule of land.
Field names - Great Meadow, Cocks Croft, Nymdale, Shipmans Strew, Daniels Pightle, 5 acre Leys, 9 acre Leys, Syms Sows, Three pond pightle, Hither New Pasture, Further New Pasture, Southey Mead, Southey Croft, Dovehouse Close; Pieces in Nymdale Field, Strapple Field, Wydon Field, Knee Field, Barrack Field, Southey Field, Hanley Field, Stoney Field and Langdon Field; Piece in Thunder Marsh.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - James Henry Leigh

Conveyance  DE/A/954  22nd July 1847

Contents:
Dame Louisa Giles Puller, widow, (1); John Pearson of Lincolns Inn (2); to Christopher Wm Puller (3), son of Dame Louisa.
Rectory of North Weald and tithes and Soots Farm

Mortgage (and attested copy)  DE/A/955 - 956  25th September 1744

Contents:
John Nottage of High Cross, carpenter, to Joseph Rutt of Ware, ironmonger.
Tenement called 'The Bull'.
(Abuttals given).
Seals.
Signature - Nottage

Assignment of mortgage (plus copy)  DE/A/957 - 958  14th January 1745

Contents:
Joseph Rutt of Ware to Jane Pettit, widow, and Sarah Fugion, spinster, of Ware, with the consent of John Nottage.
Tenement called 'The Bull'.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - Nottage

Assignment of a mortgage (and copy)  DE/A/959 - 960  27th July 1756

Contents:
Jane Pettit and Sarah Fugion, to Elizabeth Weed of Hertford, widow, with consent of John Nottage.
Tenement called 'The Bull'.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release (and copies)  DE/A/961 - 964  21st and 22nd July 1758

Contents:
John Nottage to Daniel Wrenn of Nobnall [Nobland] Green.
4 messuages, cottages or tenements, "one of which" was 'The Bull'.
Other personal names

Assignment to attend inheritance  DE/A/965 - 966  22nd July 1758

Contents:
Elizabeth Weed (1); John Nottage and Daniel Wrenn (2); Edward Want of Ware, butcher (3).
Tenement called 'The Bull'

Abstract of title  DE/A/967  1744-1797

Contents:
4 cottages including 'The Bull'

Lease and Release with covenants to levy fine and produce title deeds  DE/A/968 - 969  13th and 14th March 1801

Contents:
Daniel Wrenn of Babbs Green, yeoman, (devisee under will of his cousin Daniel Wrenn) and Elizabeth, his wife, (1); Robert Manser of Lt Amwell (2); to Daniel Giles (3).
3 barns adjoining, with garden, (formerly part of the Bull).
Seals.
Signatures

Fine and covering letter (22.5.01)  DE/A/970 - 971  Hilary 1801

Contents:
Robert Manser, plt, and Daniel Wrenn and Elizabeth, defs.
8 messuages, 5 barns, 4 curtilages, 4 gardens, 3 orchards, 4 acres of land

Letter  DE/A/972  28th May 1801

Contents:
To John Neild of Hertford from Daniel Giles.
(Re purchase of cottages - see next deeds in DE/A/973-974).
High Cross

Lease and Release and fee  DE/A/973 - 974  29th and 30th May 1801

Contents:
Daniel Wrenn and Elizabeth his wife (1); Robert Manser of Lt Amwell, auctioneer, (2); to Daniel Giles (3).
Messuages or tenements formerly the Bull

Bargain and sale  DE/A/975  5th May 1656

Contents:
Richard Godfrey to Richard Bradley of Edmonton, brewer.
Messuage at High Cross; 1 acre in Hasildenfeild (next to Church Way); 2 acres in ditto; 1 acre in Oldfield; 1½ acres in Southey feild; 2 acres in Wellyfeild; 5 acres in Salmons Leys; 2 acres in Mellfeild; close called Fishers Hawe; 3½ acres called Suits Croft; all of which were late in occupation of R Godfrey

Fines  DE/A/976-977  Easter 1656


Related information: In connection with DE/A/975

Contents:
Bradley, plt, and Richard Godfrey and Dorothy, his wife, defs.
1 messuage, orchard, 20 acres of land and 6 acres of pasture

Lease for 99 years  DE/A/978  6th June 1661

Contents:
George Vernon of Farnham, Surrey, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Richard Bradley of Edmonton, brewer, Peter Burrough of Clements Inn, gent, and Francis Kippyn of Tottenham, vintner.
Messuages and tenements at High Cross (30 acres) in occupation of George Kilby.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - George Butterwike,
James Sandham,
Robert Porter,
Fr Luttrell,
John Coren,
John Pyke.
Signatures - George and Elizabeth Vernon

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/979 - 980  7th and 8th June 1661

Contents:
George Vernon of Farnham and Elizabeth, his wife, to Richard Bradley of Edmonton, brewer.
Messuages at High Cross (30 acres) in tenure of George Kilby.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - as in DE/A/978

Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/981  10th June 1661

Contents:
George Vernon of Farnham and Elizabeth, his wife, to Richard Bradley.
Messuages at High Cross

Fines  DE/A/982 - 983  Michaelmas 1661


Related information: In connection with DE/A/979-80

Contents:
Richard Bradley, quer, George and Elizabeth Vernon, defs.
2 messuages, 1 garden, 1 orchard and 30 acres of pasture in Standon

Bargain and sale: and fines  DE/A/984 - 986  24th May 1662

Contents:
Richard Godfrey of Ware, yeoman, and Dorothy his wife, to Richard Bradley.
Short croft abutting west on Colemans Croft, east on highway, north on Puddenlane; Longcroft (3 acres); Thundridge Mead; Upper Labden; Middle Labden; Wood Labden; Neather Labden; piece in Staplefield

Bargain and sale  DE/A/987  20th July 1666

Contents:
John Ives of Standon, yeoman, to Richard Bradley of Edmonton, yeoman.
Messuage and 1 close adjoining (2 acres) at Green End, between land of Bradley (late Godfrey) on east and abutting on lane leading to Broad Green on south.
Witnesses - Wm Ives,
Richard Greene,
George Cocke,
Ralph Freeman.
Signature - Mark of John Ives

Copy of Will of Richard Bradley and extract  DE/A/988 - 989  16th September 1674

Contents:
Messuage near High Cross (late Godfrey's) to son Richard; with orchard next being part of tenement late Vernon's. Then to his heirs or sister Anne's heirs, then to niece, then to Peter Burrough. Pr: 16th March 1676/7

Covenant to levy a fine  DE/A/990  23rd May 1696

Contents:
Henry Savill, citizen and vintner of London, and Jane his wife, to Samuell Gyles, citizen and vintner of London.
1/7th part of Short croft, Thundridge meadow, Upper Labden, Middle Labden, pieces in Staple Field; messuage at High Cross and piece in Hazeldown Field, piece in Oldfield, piece in Southey Field; Dickens croft, Welly Field, Mell field, Fishershaws, Suites croft, Wood Labden, Neather Labden.
5 acres of Marsh and a brick built tenement called "the Booth", Edmonton, Middlesex

Fine  DE/A/991  Trinity 1696


Related information: In connection with DE/A/990

Contents:
Samuel Gyles, quer, and Henry Savill and Jane his wife, defs.
Property - as in DE/A/990

Mortgage  DE/A/992  28th July 1696

Contents:
Samuel Giles, citizen and vintner of London, to John Nash, citizen and vintner.
1/7th part of property, as in DE/A/990.
Witnesses - Joseph Mason,
Geo Huxley,
Thos Recklis.
Endorsements - Assignment of mortgate: John Nash to John East and John Knight (trustees for East) 27th September 1700

Mortgage  DE/A/993  17th March 1698/9

Contents:
George Clare [one of heirs of Bradley] of Edmonton, to Edmon Knight of Tewin, gent.
1/3rd part of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc, 74 acres in Standon and property at Edmonton

Deed to lead the uses of a fine and recovery  DE/A/994  14th November 1698

Contents:
George Clare of Edmonton, yeoman (1); Thomas Warren of London, gent. (2); John Cooke of London, joiner.
1/3rd part of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc in Standon; and 1/3rd of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, 5 acres of marsh, in Edmonton.
Signatures - Cooke, Warren and Clare

Fines and Recovery  DE/A/995 - 997  Michaelmas 1698

Contents:
Thomas Warren, quer, and George Clare, def.
2 messuages, etc in Standon

Deed to lead the uses of Two fines and Recovery  DE/A/998  1st March 1698/9

Contents:
Wm Fletcher of Edmonton, butcher, and Ann his wife (1); Arthur Windus of Ware (2); Robie Sherwin of Staple Inn (3).
¼th part of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc and 80 acres in Standon; and marsh in Edmonton.
Seals.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/999  Easter 1699


Related information: In connection with DE/A/998

Contents:
Arthur Windus, quer, and William Fletcher and Ann his wife, defs.
¼th part in messuages, etc in Standon and Edmonton

Recovery  DE/A/1000  Easter 1699


Related information: See DE/A/998

Contents:
Robie Sherwin, dem and Arthur Windus, tenant, and Wm Fletcher, vouchee.
¼th part of 5 messuages, etc in Standon

Mortgage  DE/A/1001  22nd May 1699

Contents:
William Fletcher of Edmonton, butcher, to Robert Cock of "Wemsted Green", Watton, yeoman.
¼th part of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc in Standon (80 acres).
Signature - Fletcher

Mortgage  DE/A/1002  31st May 1700

Contents:
William Fletcher of Edmonton, butcher, to Mary Huxley of London, spinster.
¼th part of 2 messuages, 3 cottages, and 80 acres in Standon; and 2 messuages, etc in Edmonton.
Endorsement - 19th August 1700.
Mortgage for further £50

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1003  2nd July 1700

Contents:
Edmond Knight to John Knight of London, gent.
1/3rd part of 2 messuages, etc as in DE/A/994.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1004  3rd July 1700

Contents:
John Knight of London, gent, George Clare of Edmonton, gent. (1); to Timothy Keyser of London, merchant.
1/3rd part of lands in Standon and Edmonton.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Knight and Clare

Lease and Release  DE/A/1005 - 1006  26th and 27th September 1700

Contents:
Samuel Giles and Elizabeth his wife, to John East.
1/7th part of messuage and lands, as in DE/A/990

Agreement for conveyance  DE/A/1007  3rd December 1700

Contents:
William Fletcher of Edmonton and John Vanderbank of St Giles-in-the-Fields, tapestry maker.
Messuage and farm and lands at High Cross and 2 small cottages adjoining.
Signature - Not signed

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/1008  31st January 1700/1

Contents:
Mary Huxley, spinster, and William Fletcher of Edmonton (1); John Vanderbank of St Giles-in-the-Fields, tapestry maker (2); and Gabriel Hebb of London, gent (in trust for Vanderbank).
¼th part in two messuages, 3 cottages, etc, 80 acres in Standon; 2 messuages, 3 cottages and 5 acres of Marsh in Edmonton.
Witnesses - Geo Huxley,
Peniston Lamb,
John Knight.
Signatures.
Endorsement - 1st August 1716.
Assignment: Hebb to Peniston Lamb in trust for Vanderbank

Exemplification of Recovery  DE/A/1009  Hilary 1700/1

Contents:
John Knight, dem, John Vanderbank, tenant.
Property in Standon

Deed to lead the uses of a fine and recovery  DE/A/1010  7th February 1700/1

Contents:
Anne Clare of Edmonton (daughter of Bradley), George Clare of Edmonton, gent, Susan Clare, spinster, Wm Fletcher and Ann his wife (George, Susan, and Ann Fletcher being children of Ann Clare), John East, citizen and joiner, Ann Wheeler of Enfield, widow, Samuel Gyles and Elizabeth his wife (1); John Vanderbank (2); John Knight of London, gent (3).
Property: In Standon (Short croft, etc) as in DE/A/990.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax - Father Time.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1011 - 1012  Hilary 1700/1

Contents:
John Vanderbank, quer, Anne Clare, George Clare, Susan Clare, Wm Fletcher and Ann his wife, John East, Ann Wheeler, Samuel Gyles and Elizabeth his wife, defs.
2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc in Standon

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1013  27th February 1700/1

Contents:
Keyser to Hebb in trust for Vanderbank. Timothy Keyser of London, merchant, and George Clare (1); John Vanderbank (2); Gabriell Hebb (3).
1/3rd part of 2 messuages and 3 cottages and 74 acres; 2 messuages and 3 cottages, 5 acres of marsh and the Booth in Edmonton.
Witnesses - Peniston Lamb,
John Knight.
Seals - red wax - devices.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 1st August 1716
Assignment Hebb to Lamb in trust for Vanderbank

Assignment of a term of years to attend inheritance  DE/A/1014  27th March 1701

Contents:
John Knight and John East (1); John Vanderbank (2); Gabriell Hebb (3).
1/7th part of messuages and lands in Standon (Shortcroft, Thundridge Meadow, etc).
Seals - red wax - devices.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Assignment of mortgage: Hebb to Lamb in trust for Vanderbank. 1st August 1716

Conveyance by Lease for a year and Release  DE/A/1015 - 1016  28th and 29th March 1701

Contents:
Ann Clare, George Clare, Susan Clare, Wm Fletcher and Ann his wife, John East to John Vanderbank.
Messuages and lands (Short croft, Thundridge mead, etc).
Seals - red wax - devices.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Note "Estate at Nobnall Green purchased by Philip Hollingworth" (Irrelevant)

Affidavits  DE/A/1017 - 1019  1st April 1701

Contents:
Re: property sold to Vanderbank on 28th and 29th March 1701.
Ann Clare, Susan Clare, and George Clare.
Messuages at High Cross.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1020  19th February 1702

Contents:
Admission of Ann Clare on death of Richard Bradley; surrender of Ann Clare to use of John Vanderbank and his admission.
Cookes Croft (in occupation of John Say)

Memorandum of admission  DE/A/1021  19th February 1702

Contents:
Of Ann Clare on death of Richard Bradley and surrender of Ann Clare to John Vanderbanque and admission of John Vanderbanque.
Cookes Croft

Bargain and sale enrolled  DE/A/1022  21st January 1716

Contents:
John Vanderbanck of St Giles-in-the Field, tapestry-maker, and Sarah, his wife, and John V (their son and heir) to Thomas Sherman, silkman, of London, and John Heylyn of St Martins in the Fields, gent.
3 messuages and 86 acres in Standon.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Enrollment

Conveyance in connection with DE/A/1022 and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1023  21st January 1716

Contents:
John Vanderbanck, tapestry-maker, and Sarah, his wife (1); Peniston Lamb (2); and Thomas Sherman, Silkman, of London, and John Heylyn, gent (3).
3 messuages and land late in occupation of Richard Bradley, and farm at High Cross, and one other tenement. (Cooks Croft - copyhold Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes).
Field names - (Short Croft, Long Croft, Thundridge Mead, Upper Labden, Middle Labden, Woodlabden, Nether Labden, Pieces in Staplefield) land late of Richard Bradley.
(Pieces in Hasildenfeild, Piece in Oldfield and Southeyfeild, Pieces in Wellyfield and Salmon Leys, Piece in Mellfield, Fishers Hawse, Suites Croft) late in occupation of Richard Godfrey.
Signatures - Vanderbanck,
Lamb,
Sherman

Extract from Fine  DE/A/1024  Hilary 1716


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1023

Contents:
Thomas Sherman and John Heylyn (plts) and John Vanderbanck and Sarah (defs).
2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc

Note re descent of property from Bradley to Ann Wheeler (a niece)  DE/A/1025  5th March 1716/17

Contents:
Property - not specified

Affidavit  DE/A/1026  Undated [20th Jan 1716/7]

Contents:
John Vanderbank re his conveyance to Thomas Sherman and John Heylyn.
Property - In Standon.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1027 - 1028  Hilary 1716-17

Contents:
Thomas Sherman and John Heylyn, quer, John Vanderbank and Sarah his wife, defs.
2 messuages, 3 cottages, etc and lands in Standon

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1029  15th November 1717

Contents:
Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes. John Vanderbanck, son and heir of late John V to use of Thomas Sherman, citizen and silkman of London.
Cookes Croft.
Signature - Vanderbanck

Extract from Probate copy of Will  DE/A/1030  24th November 1752; Pr: 17th June 1754

Contents:
Of Thomas Sherman in which he leaves all his property and effects to his daughter Anne

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/1031 - 1032  24th and 25th March 1765

Contents:
Ann Sherman of Clifton, nr Bristol, spinster, to Alexander Brander, of Thames St, London, merchant.
Property - At Standon Green End and High Cross (as in DE/A/1023).
Field names - as in DE/A/1023

Lease for a year  DE/A/1033  14th September 1770

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury to Alexander Brander of London.
Close called Donkins.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed of exchange: (and covenant to surrender copyhold)  DE/A/1034  [n.d.]


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1033

Contents:
Alexander Brander and David Barclay.
Marks, ½ acre in Millfield, pieces in Southie Field and Cooks Croft, to Barclay in exchange for Donkins.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release by Deed of Exchange and Covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1035 - 1036  14th and 15th September 1770

Contents:
Alexander Brander of London, merchant, to David Barclay.
Marks, piece in Millfield, pieces in Southeyfield (Copyhold: Cooks croft), Brander to Barclay.
Donkins - Barclay to Brander.
Field names.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/1037  7th June 1771


Related information: See DE/A/1035-6

Contents:
Alexander Brander surrenders to David Barclay.
Cookes croft.
Other personal names.
Signature - Brander

Abstract of title  DE/A/1038  1716-1793

Contents:
Of "Daniel Giles Esq to certain closes of Land and Hereditaments situate at High Cross........".
Property - as in DE/A/1023 (except that of Richard Godfrey and another messuage, these are crossed out)

Lease and Release in Fee  DE/A/1039 - 1040  9th and 10th September 1796

Contents:
Jane Brander of Church Street, Newington, Middlesex, widow of Alexander Brander, to Philip Hollingworth of Thundridge Bury, Esquire.
Short Croft, etc as in DE/A/1023 (with some exceptions).
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1041 - 1042  24th and 25th October 1796

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Short Croft, etc, as in DE/A/1023 (with some exceptions).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Attested copy of lease and release  DE/A/1043  27th and 28th June 1780

Contents:
Mr Peter Walley of Broad Street, gent, to Ambrose Proctor of Ware. Farm at High Cross.
Field names - Kings Crofts, Thundermarsh, 5 acres in Millfield, 2 acres in Wyden, Pieces in Hasledon, 2 acres in Langlands, Piece in Staplefield, Piece in Highfield, Round Wood Corner, Piece in Oldfield, Salmons Leys, and Bleckley, Lower Orchard.
Coopers - Manor of Milkley, Pieces in Willowfield - Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes, Cobbs, Noaks Garden, Highfield.
Other personal names

Abstract of title  DE/A/1044  1740-1787

Contents:
Of George Proctor Esq.
Copyhold parts of High Cross and Standon Green Farms as in DE/A/1043.
Other personal names

Abstract of title  DE/A/1045  1740-1824

Contents:
Of George Proctor.
Freehold parts of High Cross and Standon Green Farms

Deed of covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/1046  19th February 1770

Contents:
Mary Allen, widow, of Gt Hormead and William Allen, her son, of Hare Street, blacksmith, to Samuel Day of High Cross.
2 closes called Deepleys (Pickmans Croft), Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1047  1725-1759

Contents:
To a close of land.
Mr Camfield.
Close of land opposite Thundridge church

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1048  23rd April 1744

Contents:
Admission of Mary Allen, widow, under will and surrender of Andrew Camfield.
Deepleys (formerly Pickmans Croft)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1049  22nd May 1771

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Day on surrender of Mary and Wm Allen and surrender of Day to uses of his will.
Deepleys (formerly Pickmans Croft).
Field names

Lease and Release (and paper copy)  DE/A/1050 - 1052  5th and 6th October 1779

Seals - poor

Contents:
Peter Walley of Adams Ct, London, to Samuel Day of High Cross and John Day.
10 pole of land in occupation of Wm Smith.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1053 - 1054  25th May 1768

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Day, yeoman, after surrender of George Burr (and paper copy).
2 messuages, etc at High Cross.
Other personal names

Probate copy of Will and Codicil  DE/A/1055  Will: 2nd Dec 1785; Pr: 20th Nov 1786

Contents:
Of Samuel Day.
2 cottages, etc at High Cross.
Seals - PCC

Copy of Court Roll (and paper copy)  DE/A/1056 - 1057  11th June 1787

Contents:
Admission of Edward Knight.
2 messuages, etc. at High Cross, also Deepleys.

Copy of Recovery suffered by Edward Knight (and paper copy - extract)  DE/A/1058 - 1059  16th March 1801

Contents:
2 messuages, etc at High Cross, etc

Acknowledgement of having custody of Deeds and undertaking to produce them  DE/A/1060  Undated [after 1800]

Contents:
Thomas Gutteridge to Edward Knight.
Recites Lease and Release of 1800 and recovery

Deed of feoffment (and copy) and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1061 - 1062  17th April 1805

Contents:
Edward Knight of High Cross, yeoman, (1); John Aylett of Wadesmill, victualler (2); Daniel Giles of Youngsbury (3); Thomas Gutteridge of Atwick, Standon (4); Benjamin King (5) [to Giles].
13 poles of land at High Cross.
Seals.
Signatures

"State of Mr Edwd Knight's Title to a cottage at High Cross"  DE/A/1063  Undated [c 1805]

Contents:
(Recites previous deeds, etc).
2 messuages and 13 pole of land at High Cross.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1064  17th August 1805

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin King on surrender of Edward Knight.
Messuage at High Cross and Deepleys (Pickmans)

"Mr King's Bill" (1805)  DE/A/1065  11th February 1809

Contents:
(Expenses incurred in selling the High Cross property).
Receipt dated 11th February 1809

Letter  DE/A/1066  28th November 1811

Contents:
From Daniel Giles to ? lawyer re purchase of Knight's property at High Cross

Feoffment and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1067  19th December 1811

Contents:
Edward Knight and trustee (John Aylett) to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
3 poles of land behind house of Knight.
[Copyhold - messuage at High Cross]

Deed poll confirming grant  DE/A/1068  8th May 1640

Contents:
John Ives of Standon, husbandman, declares that his father left to William Ives (brother of John).
Tenement at High Cross in occupation of John Benton.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Wm Bigg,
Tho Jacobson,
Edward Shipham,
John Benton.
Signature - Mark of John Ives

Deed poll: settlement on marriage (deed of gift)  DE/A/1069  20th March 1664

Contents:
Wm Ives of Sacombe, yeoman, to Thomas Lisson of High Cross and Elizabeth Ives.
Tenement at High Cross.
Signature - Wm Ives

Will  DE/A/1070  31st July 1704

Contents:
Of Thomas Lisson ("wheeler").
Leaves his messuage to Nathaniell his son, for use of his wife Elizabeth. Leaves wood "wrought" and "unwrought".
Witnesses - John ?Hilles,
Stephen Tabram,
John Wade.
Seals.
Signature - Mark of Thomas Lisson

Covenant to levy fine and fine  DE/A/1071 - 1072  17th July 1717

Contents:
Thomas Lisson and Nathaniel Lisson.
Messuage, etc, at High Cross.
Witnesses - James Windus,
Sheircliffe Willymott,
John ?Sogill.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1073  23rd November 1717

Contents:
Nathaniell Lisson to John Coulson of Benington.
Messuage, etc, at High Cross

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1074  25th March 1721; 25th November 1724 (Endorsement)

Contents:
John Colson of Benington, tailor (1); Nathaniell Lisson, wheelwright (2); and Elizabeth Parnell, widow, (3). Messuage at High Cross.
Endorsements - Lisson - Eliz
Parnell. Grant of the messuage

Mortgage: by lease  DE/A/1075  26th July 1726

Contents:
Eliz Parnell of High Cross, widow, to Eliz Finch of Barkway, spinster.
Messuage at High Cross

Release  DE/A/1076  22nd October 1734

Contents:
Discharge of mortgage.
Henry Tharbie of Albury and Eliz, his wife (daughter of late Nathaniel Lisson) to Elizabeth Parnell.
Messuage at High Cross.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures - Marks of Henry and Elizabeth Tharbie

Lease and Release  DE/A/1077-1078  23rd and 24th October 1734

Contents:
Elizabeth Parnell, widow, to John Hankin of High Cross, wheelwright.
Messuage at High Cross (previously mortgaged to Eliz Finch who takes part of the purchase money).
Other personal names

Bond to pay Mortgage money  DE/A/1079  24th October 1734

Contents:
John Hankin to Elizabeth Finch.
Messuage at High Cross.
Signature - Hankin

Deed of covenant  DE/A/1080  24th October 1734

Contents:
Elizabeth Finch of Barkway (1); John Hankin, wheelwright (2); Elizabeth Parnell (3).
Messuage at High Cross

Letters of administration  DE/A/1081  20th December 1742

Contents:
Re: Elizabeth Finch, dec'd, granted to Anne, wife of John Newham and sister of Eliz Finch.
Seal

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1082  22nd May 1745

Contents:
John Newham of Tharfield (1); John Hankin of High Cross (2); and Hal Wortham of Royston (3). Messuage at High Cross.
Witnesses.
Signatures.
Endorsement - (1) Assigned to John Trigg of Mebourne-bury 1749.
(2) Assigned to Wm Watts

Mortgage  DE/A/1083  6th June 1753

Contents:
John Hankin to Joseph Cooper of Dane End.
Messuage at High Cross.
Endorsement - Cooper assigns to Watts the messuage, etc (DE/A/1772)

Lease and Release  DE/A/1084 - 1085  17th and 18th August 1772

Contents:
John Hankin of Hertford Priory, to James Nicholls of High Cross, wheelwright.
Messuage at High Cross.
Seals.
Signature - Hankin

Bond of Indemnity  DE/A/1086  18th August 1772

Contents:
John Hankin to James Nicholls.
Messuage at High Cross (now 2 tenements).
Signature - Hankin

Mortgage  DE/A/1087  2nd January 1798

Contents:
James Nicolls to William Dellow.
Messuage at High Cross

Bond to secure £40 and interest  DE/A/1088  2nd January 1798

Contents:
James Nicolls to William Dellow

Note re death of James Nichols  DE/A/1089  27th February 1807

Assignment of a Term of 1000 years  DE/A/1090  18th August 1809

Contents:
Henry Mason of High Cross, wheelwright (1); Joseph Watts of Hoddesdon, wheelwright (2); to James Snow of Standon, yeoman (3). Messuage at High Cross.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond to secure £200 and interest  DE/A/1091  19th August 1809

Contents:
Henry Mason to James Snow.
Endorsements - Receipts for payment

Lease and Release  DE/A/1092 - 1093  18th and 19th August 1809

Contents:
Joseph Watts and Ann, his wife (1); Henry Mason (2); to James Snow (3). Messuage, etc, at High Cross.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/1094  Hilary 1811

Contents:
Luke Brickland, plt, and Edward Bilton and Sarah, and Joseph Watts and Ann, defs.
4 messuages, 2 cottages and 1 acre of land in Hertingfordbury and Standon

Mortgage  DE/A/1095  15th September 1821

Contents:
Henry Mason (1); Luke Brickland of Essendon, baker (2); to James Show of Standon, farmer (3). Messuage at High Cross

Bond  DE/A/1096  15th September 1821


Related information: In connection with mortgage in DE/A/1095

Contents:
Mason to Snow

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/1097 - 1098  26th and 27th February 1833

Contents:
Henry Mason (1); James Snow (2); Richard Jordan of Ware, gent (3); to Wm McNab of Ware.
Messuage, etc, at High Cross.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/1099  27th February 1833


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1097-8

Contents:
Mason to McNah
Signatures

Assignment of two terms of 1000 years  DE/A/1100  27th February 1833

Contents:
James Snow (by direction of Mason) to Richard Jordan.
Messuage at High Cross.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of Will  DE/A/1101  3rd June 1834

Contents:
Of Henry Mason

Inventory  DE/A/1102  Undated [after 1834]

Contents:
Of Fixtures in house and premises at High Cross, late Henry Mason's

Transfer of Mortgage  DE/A/1103  18th July 1842

Contents:
Mr Wm McNab, surgeon, of Ware, to Elizabeth Mason, widow of Henry Mason.
Seals.
Signatures

Conveyance  DE/A/1104  31st December 1846

Contents:
Trustees of Will of Henry Mason to Messrs Back & Hunt of Hoddesdon, brewers.
Messuage, etc at High Cross.
Seals.
Signatures

Certificate of acknowledgement  DE/A/1105  28th January 1847

Contents:
By Sarah Woodcock and Ann Hussey (Ct of Common Pleas).
Ref No 1104

Abstract of title  DE/A/1106  1809-1847

Contents:
Robert Hunt and John Back.
Messuages (now 2) at High Cross

Letter  DE/A/1107  29th September 1847

Contents:
From C W Puller to ? Messrs Christie, Hunt & Co re purchase of the premises at High Cross

Conveyance  DE/A/1108  5th October 1847

Contents:
John Back, Robert Hunt (1); Peter Christie (2); C W Puller (3); John Pearson of Lincolns Inn (4).
Messuage at High Cross (now 2)

Grant of 2 Rent charges each of £2. 10. 0. per annum  DE/A/1109  13th January 1855

Contents:
C W Puller (1); A G Puller (his eldest son) (2); to Charles Puller (second son).
Messuage at High Cross (now 2 messuages) in occupation of James Nicholls and John Harvey.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - C W Puller

Schedule of early deeds  DE/A/1110  Undated [after 1847]

Contents:
Re property at High Cross sold by Back & Hunt to C W Puller Esq

Counterpart of Lease for 21 years  DE/A/1111  1st October 1791

Contents:
David Barclay to James Show of Sutes, yeoman.
Messuage or tenement in Standon Yard, etc; Great Meadow or Scots
Mead; Cockscroft; Nymdale; Shipmans strew; Daniels Pightle; 5 acre Leys; 9 acre Leys; Syms Sows; 3 pond pightle; Hither New Pasture; Further ditto; Southy Mead; Southy croft; Dovehouse Close; Southy field; pieces in common fields - Langdale, Nymdale, Staple Field, Nea Field, Wyden Field, Barwick Field, Thunder Marsh.
Signature - Snow

Counterpart of Lease for 12 years  DE/A/1112  15th January 1798

Contents:
Daniel Giles to William Batten, innholder.
Messuage or tenement and farmhouse, etc, late in occupation of Thomas Norton.
Field names - Pieces in Oldfield, Salmons Leys, Willow Field, Long Croft, Suits Croft, Daniels Pightle, Fishers Hawes, Burnt Pightle, Short Croft, Beeches Crofts, Labden Mead, Middle Labden, Further Labden.
Signature - William Batten

Barwick  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DE/A/1113  October 1737 - April 1796

Contents:
Of William Stoten.
½ acre in "Ney Field"

Receipt for purchase money  DE/A/1114  8th April 1811

Contents:
James Brace purchases from William Stoten and Samuel Petts.
½ acre in Ney Field.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1115  29th October 1817

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Pitts after surrender out of court by James Brace.
½ acre in Ney Field

Receipts for purchase money, etc  DE/A/1116 - 1118  Undated [after 1817]

Contents:
Samuel Pitts.
½ acre in Ney Field

Memorandum of surrender out of court and receipt  DE/A/1119 - 1120  26th March 1825

Contents:
Samuel Pitts to Thomas Medcalfe of Ware.
½ acre in Ney Field

Account (lawyer's)  DE/A/1121  Undated [c 1825]

Contents:
Re: Thomas Medcalfe's admission to land

Printed circular letter  DE/A/1122  18th July 1831

Contents:
To Thomas Medcalfe from Clerk to the Inclosure Commissioners re fees for the Act

Memorandum of surrender out of court and receipt for purchase money Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1123 - 1124  29th May 1835

Contents:
Thomas Medcalfe to Benjamin Giles King.
½ acre in Neafield Common

Lease for a year and deed of exchange  DE/A/1125 - 1126  5th and 6th March 1794

Contents:
Ambrose Proctor to Wm Cunliffe Shawe.
To Shawe:- 1 acre in Barwick Field, 1 acre in Barwick Field nr. Gunpowder Hill, piece in Wyden Field, piece in Langlands.
To Proctor:- 4 acres, etc in Nether Street and Hazledon Field.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/1127 - 1128  14th and 15th October 1791

Contents:
George White, Joseph White, Thomas Reed (1); Mary White (2); to David Barclay of Youngsbury (3).
Bleckley Corner in Barwick Common field and Tylers Hill.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1129 - 1130  20th and 21st August 1807

Contents:
(Deed of enfranchisement of 2 closes in Standon).
Wm Plumer to Daniel Giles.
2 closes [near Biggin].
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender to use of will  DE/A/1131  23rd June 1708

Contents:
Of Luke and Ann Eales of Welwyn.
Messuage called Hodges als Cookes, 5 closes adjoining, Spritts Well, 2 acres in Hillcroft, Orpins croft, 3 roods in Orpinshill, piece in Neyfield, piece in Barwick field, Millcroft, Ney-hooke, piece between Heathfield and Hungrellfield.
Field names

Memorandum of surrender to use of will: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1132  23rd June 1708

Contents:
Luke Eales and Anne, his wife, of Welwyn.
2 crofts called Dingloves.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll and receipt for fee: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1133 - 1134  6th August 1708

Contents:
Surrender of Luke and Anne Eales to use of their will.
Hodges als Cookes, etc (as in DE/A/1131).
Field names

Copy of Probate of Will  DE/A/1135  3rd June 1745; Pr: 10th July 1746

Contents:
Of Mrs Ann Eales, widow, of Welwyn.
Clothes, silver, etc and farm called Cookes

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1136  21st October 1747

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth, Ann and Mary Coles on death of Ann Eales.
Hodges als Cookes, etc as in DE/A/1131.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1137  18th October 1750

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth, Ann and Mary Coles, infants, as co-heirs of Ann Eales, widow, (dec'd) and guardianship (Thomas Coles, father).
2 crofts called Dingloves. Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1138  31st October 1754

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Elizabeth Stowers (née Coles) and Miss Ann Coles on death of Mary Coles.
1/3rd part of 2 crofts called Dingloves.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1139  27th June 1755

Contents:
Admission of Ann Coles and Elizabeth Stower on death of Mary Coles.
1/3rd part of messuage called Hodges otherwise Cooks, 5 closes adjoining, 1 acre in Sprouts Well ose Spritts-Well, close called Hillcroft, Oppins ose Orpins Croft, piece in Orpins Hill, piece in Ney Field, piece in Barwick Field, piece between Heathfield and Hungerfield, Millcroft, Neyhooke

Surrender out of court: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1140  14th May 1757

Contents:
Thomas Stowers and Elizabeth (Coles) to the use of Ann Coles.
1/3rd part of 2 crofts called Dingloves.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes  DE/A/1141  6th June 1757

Contents:
Admission of Miss Ann Coles on surrender of Thomas and Elizabeth Stowers.
1/3rd part of 2 closes called Dingloves

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1142  11th May 1757

Contents:
Surrender of Thomas and Elizabeth Stowers to use of Ann Coles.
1/3rd part of Hodges als Cookes as in DE/A/1131.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

3 Receipts for quit-rents and fines  DE/A/1143 - 1145  May and June 1757

Contents:
On admission of Miss Ann Coles.
Hodges als Cookes, etc Manors of Standon and Marshalls, etc

Copies of Mortgage by Lease and Release  DE/A/1146 - 1147  24th and 25th June 1757

Contents:
Ann Coles of Shoe Lane, St Bride's, spinster, to Jane Figgins of Fleet Street, widow.
Land adjoining Hodges als Cookes, etc:-
20 acres in Little Hadham, 3 acres in North Mead (Thundridge), 1 acre in Barwick Field, Hair Croft als Hemynges, 7 acres in Poughenden, 4 acres in Portons Dane, 1½ acres in Mollhill

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1148  28th June 1757

Contents:
Of Ann Coles.
Property - all her copyhold lands. Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes.
Signature - Ann Coles

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1149  13th July 1757

Contents:
Admission of Ann Coles on surrender of Thomas Stowers and Elizabeth.
1/3rd part of property as in DE/A/1131

Copy lease and release  DE/A/1150 - 1151  15th and 16th February 1758

Contents:
In connection with marriage settlement (Ann Coles to Wm Rackstrow). Wm Rackstrow (1); Ann Coles (2); William Coles, citizen and leather-seller of London and Thomas Coles, painter-stainer (3); and William Hill of Cliffords Inn (4).
Property - as in DE/A/1146-7

Extract from marriage register  DE/A/1152  30th March 1758 (Copied 5th June 1833)

Contents:
(St Andrew, Holborn).
William Rackstrow and Ann Coles

Copy: Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/1153 - 1154  9th and 10th February 1764

Contents:
Jane Figgins (1); Michael Barlow of Aldersgate Street, plumber (2); Thomas Hunt and James Richardson, tea-dealers (3).
Property - as in DE/A/1146-7.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy: Lease for year and transfer of Mortgage  DE/A/1155 - 1156  29th September 1791

Contents:
Wm. Rackstrow and Ann his wife (1); Susanna Hunt, widow, Thomas Fletcher, esq, Joseph Paice, esq and Oliver Cromwell, gent (Exors of Will of Thomas Hunt) (2); Nathaniel Mason (3); Jane Barlow (late Figgins) (4); William Coles, "oil and colour man" (5).
Property - as in DE/A/1146-7

Abstract of title  DE/A/1157  1708-1758

Contents:
Thomas R Rackstrow.
Dingloves (2 crofts)

Extract from marriage register  DE/A/1158  11th September 1794

Contents:
(St Sepulchre Holborn)
Thomas Rackstrow of St Sepulchre, and Sarah Young of Hatfield

Abstract of title  DE/A/1159  1708-1811

Contents:
Of Thomas R Rackstrow to freehold lands in Little Hadham, Thundridge, Standon.
Cookes als Hodges and lands.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1160  10th June 1812

Contents:
Surrender of Thomas Rackstrow and his admission (re marriage settlement).
Messuage called Hodges als Cooks, Sproutswell, Hill croft, Oppins, Orpins Hill, piece in Ney Field, piece in Berwick Field, Mill Croft, Neyhook

Extract from Bengeo Burial Register  DE/A/1161  29th April 1824 (Ex: 17th May 1833)

Contents:
Thomas Rackstrow "61 years"

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1162  30th May 1825

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Robert Rackstrow as heir of his father, Thomas Rackstrow. Benjamin Young appointed guardian.
Hodges als Cooks, etc as in DE/A/1131

Abstract of title  DE/A/1163  1708-1825

Contents:
Of Thomas Robert Rackstrow.
Hodges als Cookes, etc, as in DE/A/1131

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1164  16th August 1826

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Robert Rackstrow on death of Ann Rackstrow.
2 crofts called Dingloves. Manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes

Copy: Lease for a year and conveyance for making Tenant to the Precipe for suffering Recovery  DE/A/1165 - 1166  8th and 9th March 1832

Contents:
T R Rackstrow of Ivinghoe and Sarah Ann, his wife (1); John Meacher of Westminster (2); to Daniel Fryett of Westminster (3).
20 acres in Lt Hadham, North Mead in Thundridge, 1 acre in Barwick Field, Hair croft, etc, as in DE/A/1146-7

Recovery  DE/A/1167  6th April 1832

Contents:
John P Bone, dem, Daniel Fryett junr, tenant, T R Rackstrow, vouchee, Thomas Acres, common vouchee.
Hodges als Cookes (as in DE/A/1131).
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of recovery and "Office extract of Recovery"  DE/A/1168 - 1169  Easter 1832

Contents:
Danl Fryett, junr, dem, John Meacher, tenant, T R Rackstrow and wife, vouchees.
50 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture and common of pasture in above parishes

Extract from Bengeo burial register  DE/A/1170  5th June 1832

Contents:
Ann Walsh [formerly Rackstrow]

Affidavit  DE/A/1171  14th October 1833

Contents:
Re Rackstrow family, sworn by Robert Gould of Ludgate Street, hatter. Rackstrows having been Baptists and therefore children not baptized in Church of England

Affidavit  DE/A/1172  1st August 1834

Contents:
By Benjamin Young of Sandridge, farmer, re marriage of Thomas Rackstrow and Sarah Young, and their children

Copy of Release  DE/A/1173  9th September 1834

Contents:
John Mason Thompson of Chancery Lane, stationer, Thomas Stowers, painter and Underwood Price, "Coffin Furniture Maker" [Exors of Joseph Rackstrow] (1); Edwd A Meacher, farmer of Ivinghoe (2); T R Y Rackstrow of Ivinghoe (3).
Property - as in DE/A/1146-7

Lease for a year  DE/A/1174  29th March 1836


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1175

Contents:
Thomas Robt Rackstrow of Ivinhoe, gent, to Christopher Wm Puller.
North mead (Thundridge), etc, as in DE/A/1146-7.
Signatures

Appointment and Release and Covenant to surrender copyholds to uses of Will of Daniel Giles  DE/A/1175  30th March 1836

Contents:
T R Rackstrow (1); Dame Louisa Puller, widow (2); Benj Giles King (3); Christopher Wm. Puller (4).
Hodges als Cookes, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipts

Covenant for Production of Deeds  DE/A/1176  30th March 1836

Contents:
T R Rackstrow to Benj Giles King.
Hodges als Cookes, etc.
Signature - Rackstrow

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1177  30th March 1836

Contents:
Thomas R Rackstrow of Ivinghoe to use of Benjamin Giles King.
Dingloves

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Berwick  DE/A/1178  30th March 1836

Contents:
Absolute surrender of T R Rackstrow to the use of Benjamin Giles King.
Hodges als Cookes, etc.
Endorsements - Note dated 29th May 1937 "At a Court held this Day we of the Homage present this Surrender as Part of our Verdict" signed John Pryor and James Chapman

Lease and Release in Fee  DE/A/1179 - 1180  4th and 5th October 1764

Contents:
Mary Floyer of Brent Pelham, widow (1); Mary Floyer, spinster, daughter of said Mary (2); to Ambrose Proctor of Ware.
Manor of Barwick and house called Barwick [Gt Barwick]

Bargain and Sale enrolled  DE/A/1181  5th October 1764

Contents:
Mrs Mary Floyer to Mr Ambrose Proctor.
Manor of Barwick and house called Barwick

Assignment of Term of 500 years  DE/A/1182  5th October 1764

Contents:
[Deed dated 24th March 1675].
Mary Richards of Dorchester, spinster, [Exor of Will of John Floyer] (1); Edwd Woodcock of Watford, clerk (2); Mary Floyer the younger, spinster, of Brent Pelham (3); Mary Floyer the elder (4); Ambrose Proctor of Ware (5); Thomas Docwra of Ware (6).
Property - as in DE/A/1179.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of 500 years by indenture dated 12th April 1689  DE/A/1183  5th October 1764

Contents:
Edward Woodcock esq, and others, to Mr. Thomas Scott of Ware, gent.
Property - as in DE/A/1179.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of Term of 1000 years  DE/A/1184  5th October 1764

Contents:
(Deed dated 21st July 1749).
Edward Woodcock and others, to Mr William Windus.
Property - as in DE/A/1179.
Seals.
Signatures

Release of "Incumbrances affecting the Estate of Barwicke"  DE/A/1185  5th October 1764

Contents:
Rev Ed Woodcock and others to Mr Ambrose Proctor.
Property - as in DE/A/1179.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of title [previous deeds quoted]  DE/A/1186  October 1764-1803

Contents:
Manor of Barwick and Farm (Schedule of Fields attached).
Field names - Gt Barwick Shots, Forebridge Close, Bushey Mead, Oxcroft Spring, The Hoppit, 8 acre Close, Bramland Close, Bramland Wood, Marsh Mead, Marsh Hill, Nether Field, Gore Mead, Cobhams Hill, Sugar Croft, Queens Croft, Hither Bush Croft, Further Bush Croft, Nashfield Wood, Broadleys, Ley Welleys, Middle Welleys, Further Welleys, Staplefield Wood; Pieces in Netherfield Common, Spanfield Common, Nashfield Common, Neyfield Common, Gt Barwick Common, Netherstreet Common, Widen Common, Morrills Common, Broadmead Common, Shanfield Common, Thundermarsh Common

Lease and Release  DE/A/1187 - 1188  10th and 11th August 1831

Contents:
George Proctor, and trustees, to Daniel Giles.
Barwick Manor and Farm, as in DE/A/1186, also, High Cross and Standon Green Farms.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Draft Release  DE/A/1189  11th August 1831

Contents:
Proctor and trustees to Giles.
Barwick, High Cross and Standon Green Farms.
Field names

Notice of quitting Barwick Farm (Acres) and Deed of Covenant re tenancy and management of Gt Barwick Farm  DE/A/1190 - 1191  18th March 1854; 20th March 1854

Contents:
Widow and children of late Thos Acres, with Lady Giles Puller and Christopher Wm Puller

Lease for a year  DE/A/1192  30th March 1705

Contents:
John Scott, the younger, of Stepney, yeoman, and Hannah his wife, to William Entwisle of London, gent.
Barwick [? Little], 2 cottages in tenure of Edwd Knightley and Widow Baldocke [in Cocks Croft].
Messuage called "The Talbott" in Hoddesdon.
Field names - 3 acres adjoining, 1 acre in Thundermarsh Mead
1 acre in Sowfield
2 acres in Snowfield
Pieces in Barwick Field
Pieces in Neafield
Piece in Casoulwick field
Piece in Coppinhill
Piece in Goritch Field ose.
Piece in Soritch Field
Close called Rohoefield
Close called Menings Croft
Close called Cocks Croft
Other personal names

Release  DE/A/1193  31st March 1705

Contents:
In connection with Marriage Settlement [John Scott and Hannah Godfrey of Standon.
John Scott the younger, of Stepney, yeoman, and Hannah his wife (1); John Scott the elder, of Stepney, yeoman (2); Wm Entwisle of London, gent (3); and John Gopp, citizen and apothecary of London, and Joseph Raymond of Stepney, brewer (4). Property in Barwick, etc and Stepney.
Field names

Writ  DE/A/1194  Hilary 1704/5

Contents:
John Scott junr and Hanne, his wife, and William Entwisle.
Property - as in DE/A/1192

Extract of Recovery  DE/A/1195  21st May 1705

Seals - broken

Contents:
Scott, Entwisle, etc (as in DE/A/1193)

Extract from Will  DE/A/1196  6th September 1720

Contents:
Of John Scott leaving property to second son, Nathaniel.
Property - unspecified

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1197  2nd June 1726

Contents:
Admission of Nathaniel Scott on death of his father, John Scott.
Messuage called Southernes

Mortgage  DE/A/1198  16th March 1729

Contents:
Nathaniel Scott of Ratcliffe, brewer, to Richard Mason senr, citizen and goldsmith of London.
Barwick, etc, as in DE/A/1192.
Seal.
Signature - Nath Scott

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyholds, etc  DE/A/1199 - 1200  15th and 16th December 1730

Contents:
Nath Scott and John Scott (his brother) (1); Joseph Raymond (2); Richard Mason (3); to Edward Godfrey of St Giles without Cripplegate, brewer (4); and Christopher Smyth of Crutchet Fryars, merchant.
Property - as in DE/A/1192.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1201  10th January 1731

Contents:
Admission of Edward Godfrey on surrender of Nathaniel Scott.
Messuage called "Southerns"

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1202  12th October 1737

Contents:
Admission of John Scott on death of his father, John Scott.
The hoppground

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Berwick  DE/A/1203  15th February 1737/8

Contents:
John Scott of St Margarets, Westminster, brewer, to the use of Edward Godfrey of St Luke's Old Street, brewer.
The "Hoppground"

Letter  DE/A/1204  30th January 1742

Contents:
From Hugh Haydock (steward of Manor of Standon) with account of Recovery, 31st May 1705, of Southerns

Extract from Will  DE/A/1205  16th March 1762

Contents:
Of Edward Godfrey of Hampstead.
Leaves property to daughter, Rachael Heacock. Pr: 22nd May 1762

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1206  26th May 1763

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Rachael Heacock on death of Edward Godfrey.
Messuage called Southerns, etc

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1207  17th October 1768

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Rachael Heacock on death of Edward Godfrey.
The Hopground

Note  DE/A/1208  Undated [after 1768]

Contents:
From steward of manor of Barwick to Mrs R Heacock re descent of land after her decease

Memorandum of surrender (out of court)  DE/A/1209  30th October 1790

Contents:
To use of her will, by Rachael Heacock.
All her lands, Manor of Barwick.
Signatures

Copy Will  DE/A/1210  28th July 1801

Contents:
Of Mrs R Heacock of Hampstead.
Lands left to her cousin Oliver Dickinson of Northampton, esq. Barwick, etc. Pr: 27th April 1805

Abstract of title and sale particulars (attached).  DE/A/1211  1705 - 1805

Contents:
Little Barwick Farm

Sale particulars  DE/A/1212  November 1805

Contents:
Little Barwick Farm and cottages.
Field names.
Endorsements - "Receit for Deposit annexed" but no receipt there

Receipts for Land Tax, etc and (4 copies) note  DE/A/1213 - 1217  1805

Contents:
Re: sale of Little Barwick (pinned together).
Little Barwick Farm, etc. Including Quit Rent Receipt in DE/A/1215

Notes  DE/A/1218 - 1220  November 1805 - January 1806

Contents:
Re: purchase of Little Barwick Farm and Giles' letter agreeing to purchase all that Proctor had bought

Extract from letters of administration  DE/A/1221  February 1806

Contents:
Of Christopher Smyth

Lease, Release (with covenant to surrender copyholds) and Assignment in Trust of a term to attend inheritance  DE/A/1222 - 1223  10th and 11th March 1806

Contents:
Oliver and Elizabeth Dickinson (1); John Baron Dickinson (2); Daniel Giles (3); C Smyth (4); B King (5).
Little Barwick Farm, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/1224 - 1225  Hilary 1806

Contents:
Daniel Giles, plt, Oliver Dickinson, esq, and Elizabeth his wife, defs.
One messuage, two cottages, 3 gardens, 20 acres of land in Standon and Thundridge

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1226  14th March 1806

Contents:
Admission of Oliver Dickinson esq, on death of Rachael Heacock.
Messuage and land called Southerns

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1227  14th March 1806

Contents:
Admission of Oliver Dickinson on death of Rachael Heacock and his surrender to use of Daniel Giles.
The Hopground.
Other personal names

Receipt  DE/A/1228  14th March 1806

Contents:
Steward of the Manor of Standon for fees and quit rents paid by Oliver Dickinson

Lease and Release and Assignment of Term of 500 years in trust  DE/A/1229 - 1230  2nd and 3rd June 1806

Contents:
Oliver Dickinson and another, to Daniel Giles; and C Smyth to Benj King.
1 acre in Common Hill Field.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1231  23rd September 1806

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Oliver Dickinson.
[Note saying that it was immediately afterwards surrendered by Giles to the use of his will].
Southerns, etc

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Barwick  DE/A/1232  23rd September 1806

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Oliver Dickinson.
[Note that Giles immediately surrendered to use of his will].
The Hopground.
Field names.
Other personal names

Deed of Exchange  DE/A/1233  5th March 1809

Contents:
Daniel Giles and John Burr.
Various lands near Biggin.
(Fields not named - except Thunder-marsh)

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1234  20th April 1771

Contents:
David Barclay surrenders to use of his will.
Copyhold lands Manor of Barwick

Wadesmill (Wyden End)  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1235  1st June 1710

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth and Mary Stretcher, spinsters, infants, on death of their mother, Mary Stretcher.
Recites divisions of the tenement.
Messuage at Widen End divided into two.
Other personal names

Abstract of copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1236  1st June 1710

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth and Mary Stretcher.
Property - as DE/A/1235

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1237  24th May 1716

Contents:
Surrender of Elizabeth Stretcher and admission of Edward Geeves and Mary his wife.
1/3 part of messuage at "Widen Hill juxta Wades Mill" (late part of estate of Samuel Brown)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1238  3rd June 1762

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Gillet (wife of Josiah Gillet) on death of her mother, Mary Jeeves.
2 undivided 1/3rd parts of 2 messuages, a barn, etc at Wyden End in occupation of Edward Jeeves and Thomas How.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1239  3rd September 1762

Contents:
Surrender of Edward Jeeves to Sarah Gillet of an undivided 1/3rd part of 2 messuages, etc and admission of Sarah Gillet.
Also copy of recovery suffered by Josiah and Sarah Gillet to Joseph Meeres, and admission of Meeres and his surrender to use of his Will.
Other personal names

Bond on absolute surrender, and Receipt  DE/A/1240 - 1241  3rd September 1762

Contents:
Edward Jeeves and Josiah Gillet to Edward Meeres
Property - as in DE/A/1239.
Other personal names

Copy - surrender out of court  DE/A/1242  24th June 1775

Contents:
Joseph Meeres to use of David Barclay.
2 messuages (late one) at Wyden End, except the stable, formerly a barn, in occupation of Meeres.
Other personal names

Bond on absolute surrender  DE/A/1243  24th June 1775

Contents:
Joseph Meeres to David Barclay in connection with DE/A/1242.
2 messuages (formerly 1) except the stable in occupation of Meeres)

Copy of a deed  DE/A/1244  24th June 1775

Contents:
Between David Barclay and Joseph Meeres re the use of a pump near the stables at Wadesmill.
Property at Widen End

Deed of feoffment  DE/A/1245  28th April 1651

Contents:
Thomas Northupp of Standon, glover, to John and Mary Slight.
Messuage "or Little Tenement" with garden, etc, adjoining the dwelling house of Northupp on the south, on the yard north, and highway from High Cross to Ware on the east.
Seals.
Signature - Northupp

Lease and Release and agreement to suffer recovery  DE/A/1246 - 1247  6th and 7th December 1686

Contents:
John Slight of Standon, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, to William Medcalfe of Wadesmill (Thundridge), Fellmonger.
Messuage adjoining that of Thomas Northupp.
Seals - missing.
Signatures

Deed to lead the use of a fine  DE/A/1248  10th June 1692

Contents:
John Slight, Fellmonger, and Wm Medcalfe, Fellmonger, to John Walford of Wadesmill, Standon, bricklayer.
Messuage as in DE/A/1246-7.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1249 - 1250  17th and 18th June 1692

Contents:
Wm Medcalfe of Wadesmill, Thundridge, to John Walford of Wadesmill, Standon.
Messuage abutting on messuage late Northupp's and garden, etc.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - "William Meadcalfe"

Mortgage (2 copies)  DE/A/1251 - 1252  20th June 1692

Contents:
John Walford of Wadesmill to Francis Walford of Watton-at-Stone.
Messuage, etc, as in DE/A/1249-50.
Endorsements - Document signed by John Walford is endorsed with receipt for £10 paid by Mrs Gardiner and signed by Francis Walford. Date 22nd February 1725

Fines  DE/A/1253  Michaelmas 1692

Contents:
John Walford, quer, and John Slight and Mary, his wife, and William Medcalf and Susan, his wife.
Property - as in DE/A/1246-7

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1255 - 1256  15th and 16th April 1706

Contents:
John Walford of Widen End, bricklayer, to Mary Gardiner of Widen End, widow.
Messuage and garden, etc in occupation of Benjamin Lawrence.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - John Savell
Joseph Meeres

Deed to lead the use of a Fine.  DE/A/1257  30th May 1706

Contents:
John Walford and Wm Ford of Hoddesdon (1); John Savell of Wadesmill, gent, and Thomas Payson of Waltham Abbey (2); Mary Gardiner, and Edward Sewell of Hoddesdon, maltster (3).
Messuage as in DE/A/1255-6.
Seals - devices.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/1258  Trinity 1706

Contents:
John Savell and Thomas Payson, quer, and John Walford and Mary, William Ford and Mary, defs.
Property - in Standon and Broxbourne

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1259 - 1260  22nd and 23rd February 1725

Contents:
Mary Gardiner, widow, to John Sly of Wadesmill, Thundridge, Fellmonger.
Messuage in occupation of George Awbrey, abutting on that late of Northupp.
Other personal names.
Seals - armorial.
Signature - Mary Gardiner.
Endorsement - receipt for purchase money

Lease and Release  DE/A/1261 - 1262  21st and 22nd December 1726

Contents:
John Sly of Wadesmill to Richard Waller of "Highcrosehill", yeoman.
Messuage, garden, etc, as in DE/A/1259-60.
Other personal names.
Seal.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/1263  22nd December 1726


Related information: (In connection with DE/A/1261-2)

Contents:
Between John Sly and Richard Waller.

Lease and Release  DE/A/1264 - 1265  6th and 7th May 1734

Contents:
John Waller, butcher, and Mary his wife, of Gt Chesterford, Essex, to Joseph Watson of Thundridge, husbandman.
Messuage and garden abutting on that late of Northupp.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Edward Chapman,
Edmund Chapman,
John Williams,
Saml Feast.
Signatures

Bond for performance of covenants  DE/A/1266  7th May 1734

Contents:
John Waller to Joseph Watson, in connection with DE/A/1264-5.
Witnesses - Edwd Chapman,
John Williams,
Saml Feast,
Edmund Chapman.
Seals.
Signature - Waller

Bond in connection with mortgage  DE/A/1267  7th May 1734

Contents:
(Richard Waller to Edwd Chapman).
Edward Chapman of Gt Munden, yeoman, to Joseph Watson.
Messuage and garden, etc.
Witnesses.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1268 - 1269  22nd and 23rd September 1740

Contents:
Joseph Watson of Wadesmill, husbandman, to Mark Gillam of Wadesmill, innholder.
Property - as in DE/A/1267.
Other personal names.
Seals - device - red wax

Extract from will  DE/A/1270  18th September 1753

Contents:
Of Mark Gillam.
Property - as in DE/A/1267. Left to wife, Sarah Gillam. Pr: 6th Oct 1753; Examined: 3rd June 1793

Lease and Release  DE/A/1271 - 1272  30th and 31st May 1793

Contents:
Mark Gillam, husband of late Mary Gillam (née Gillam) (?), of Cambridge, gent (1); John Gillam of Cambridge, merchant, their son (2); to Thomas Mott of Much Hadham, gent, as Clerk to the Turnpike Trustees.
Messuage and garden as in DE/A/1267.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Note signed by Thomas Mott  DE/A/1273  31st May 1793

Contents:
That he will execute a declaration of Trust to the Trustees in connection with the purchase in DE/A/1271-2.
Signature - Mott

Declaration of Trust  DE/A/1274  31st May 1793

Contents:
Thomas Mott with the Trustees of the Wadesmill Turnpike in connection with DE/A/1271-3.
Messuage and garden as in DE/A/1267.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1275 - 1276  9th and 10th October 1795

Contents:
Thomas Mott to John Goodwin of Wadesmill, Thundridge, cordwainer.
Messuage and garden, etc as in DE/A/1267.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1277  1740-1795

Contents:
Of John Goodwin.
Messuage, etc at Widen End.
Other personal names

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1278 - 1279  19th and 20th May 1824

Contents:
John Goodwin and Lucy, his wife, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Messuage and garden, etc, as in DE/A/1267, etc.
Seals - 2 - 1 missing.
Signatures

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1280  24th October 1683

Contents:
Thomas Northop of London, baker, to Margaret Cater of Wadesmill.
Messuage and garden late in possession of John Slight and Wm Blackeby.
Witnesses - Jo Chauncy,
Fra Langford, "Clerke to Mr Stretfeild of Cliffords Inn",
John Wilkin of Westmr, baker,
Charles Fox,
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1281 - 1282  23rd and 24th October 1683

Contents:
Thomas Northopp to Margaret Cater.
Messuage, etc, 1 pightle (1 acre), in possession of Northopp.
Seals - paper covered.
Signatures

Release (lease missing)  DE/A/1283  17th September 1685

Contents:
Henry Thorowgoode of Hatfield Broadoake, Essex, baker, to Margaret Cater of Wadesmill, widow, and Henry Randall of Wadesmill, yeoman, and Margaret his wife.
2 acres in Millfield, ½ acre in Hasledon.
Witnesses - Sam Hathaway,
Edw Spranger

Will  DE/A/1284  19th September 1691

Contents:
Of Margaret Cater of Aspenden.
Property left to Margaret Randall (grand-daughter).
Messuage at "Ody Green" to Thomas Randall, and messuage and lands at Widen End, etc to Margaret Randall and piece in Thundermarsh, Hasledon, Millfield.
Witnesses - John Lawrence,
James Odle,
John Payson,
Paul Rayforde.
Signature - Margaret Cater

Lease and Release  DE/A/1285 - 1286  15th and 16th April 1706

Contents:
Margaret Randall of Aspenden, widow, (daughter of Margaret Cater), and Margaret Randall, spinster, to Mary Gardiner of Widen End, widow.
Messuage (part standing empty), and close containing 1 acre "neare an house on the other side a River there called Thundridgebury [? Flagmeade], abutting on the river; 3 acres in Millfield, ½ acre in Haseldene.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Affidavit  DE/A/1287  3rd July 1707

Contents:
By John Savell of Wadesmill, Thundridge, re Mrs Randall's being in possession of estate 'sold to Madm Gardiner'.
Flagmeade, etc in Wadesmill.
Signatures

Mortgage for £30  DE/A/1288  30th December 1713

Contents:
Mary Gardiner of Stocking Pelham to Edward Sewell of Hoddesdon, maltster.
Messuage, etc at Widen End, 1 acre [? Flagmead], 3 acres in Millfield, ½ acre in Haseldon.
Other personal names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipts for interest

Lease and Release  DE/A/1289 - 1290  20th and 21st October 1725

Contents:
Mary Gardiner of Standon, widow, to John Sly of Wadesmill, Thundridge, Fellmonger.
Messuage and land as in DE/A/1288.
Field names

Mortgage and bond in connection  DE/A/1291 - 1292  20th April 1726

Contents:
John Sly of Wadesmill to John Gripper of Ware, woolcomber.
Messuage and land as in DE/A/1288.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Receipts for payment of interest

Marriage settlement  DE/A/1293  11th May 1727

Contents:
Wm Pennyfather of Harmer Green, yeoman, Edwd Pennyfather the younger, (his nephew) and Sarah his wife (nee Camfield) (1); Benjamin Camfield (2).
Jennings broom wood in Welwyn.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsement - Dated 1741 re death of Benjamin Camfield

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1294  16th December 1729

Contents:
John Gripper of Ware (1); John Sly of Thundridge (2); to Benjamin Camfield of Stapleford and Edwd Pennyfather the younger of Welwyn (3) (in trust for Camfield).
Messuage etc at Widen End, as in DE/A/1288.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  DE/A/1295  14th July 1729

Contents:
John Sly and Ann, his wife, Thomas Richardson of Newgate Street (Hatfield) and Ann his wife, William Upfold, citizen and Merchant Taylor of London and Anna Maria his wife, (1); to Benjamin Camfield (2) and John Borham of Hoddesdon, meal-man (3).
Messuage and land at Widen End; messuage at Waterford; 5 acres in common fields in Hoddesdon.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1296 - 1297  23rd and 24th January 1729/30

Contents:
John Sly and Ann, to Benjamin Camfield of Stapleford.
Messuage and land at Widen End, as in DE/A/1288.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/1298  24th January 1729/30


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1296-7

Contents:
John Sly to Benjamin Camfield.
Field names.
Signature - Sly

Fine  DE/A/1299  Hilary 1729/30


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1295

Contents:
Benjamin Camfield, quer, and John Sly and Anna his wife, Thomas Richardson and Ann his wife, and Wm Upfold and Anna Maria his wife, defs.
Messuage, etc in Standon, Bengeo and Hoddesdon (as in DE/A/1295)

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1572 - 1573  5th and 6th May 1770

Contents:
John Camfield of Patchendon, yeoman, to David Barclay.
Close of meadow - 1 acre "near an House on the other side of the River there called Thundridgebury".
Signatures

Probate copy of Will  DE/A/1300  8th July 1782; Pr: 23rd October 1782

Contents:
Of John Camfield of Patchendon, Stapleford, farmer.
Cottages at Wadesmill and Waterford.
Other personal names.
Seals - PCC

Lease and Release in Fee and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1301 - 1302  22nd and 23rd January 1816

Contents:
Benjamin Camfield (1); John Camfield Mitchell and Sarah (2); Absolem Tinsley of Waterford and Sarah and James Hall of Watton-at-Stone and Elizabeth his wife, to Daniel Giles.
Messuage and lands as in DE/A/1295 and cottage at Waterford.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1303 - 1304  Hilary 1816


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1301-2

Contents:
Daniel Giles, plt, and Benjamin Camfield, John C Mitchell and Sarah his wife, Absolem Tinsley and Sarah, James Hall and Elizabeth, defs.
Messuages, etc in Standon and Bengeo

Wadesmill, "The Feathers"  [no ref. or date]

Deed of feoffment  DE/A/1305  13th May 1615

Contents:
Henry Ingoll of Barking, Essex, blacksmith, and Joan his wife, to Ralph Osberston of Wadesmill, glover.
Messuage "called newly by the name of the Princes Armes" with appurtenances, etc, formerly in tenure of Richard Downes, blacksmith, then Henry and Joan Ingoll, then Richard Hill, tailor.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/1306  Easter

Contents:
Ralph Osbaston, quer., and Henry Ingoll and Joan his wife, defs.
Messuage in Standon [Princes Arms].
Other personal names

Probate of Will  DE/A/1307  15th October 1621; Pr: 30th October 1621

Contents:
Of Ralph Osbaston of Wadesmill, glover.
Princes Armes, etc "wch Edmund Piggott now dwelleth in" to son Ralph.
Witnesses - Thomas Jacob,
Thomas Hodge

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1308  5th June 1628

Contents:
Manor of Standon.
Admission of Ralph Osbaston, son of late Ralph Osbaston. "the hay-barne", parcel of "le Princes Armes" and ½ acre

Will  DE/A/1309  16th September 1670

Contents:
Of Ralph Osbaston of Standon, Fellmonger.
Messuage at Colliers End to son, Francis, and messuage called "the feather" to Judith, his daughter. Bequests to other children.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1310  15th October 1673

Contents:
Manor of Sacombe.
Admission of Francis Osbaston on death of his father, Ralph, and his surrender to use of Judith Osbaston and her admission.
3 roods of land near the Feathers

Agreement  DE/A/1311  17th June 1700

Contents:
John Siggins of Sacombe and Samuel Browne of Wadesmill, collarmaker. Browne given right of way through gateway belonging to a messuage of John Siggins [? Feathers].
Witnesses - Richard Lawrence,
George Mumford,
Tho Clarke
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/1312  12th December 1753

Contents:
John Siggins of Sacombe to Joseph Meeres of Wadesmill, re DE/A/1313-4.
Seals.
Signatures

Agreement to rent  DE/A/1313  12th December 1753

Contents:
John Siggins of Sacombe, yeoman, to Joseph Meeres of Wadesmill, mealman.
The Feathers [formerly the Princes Armes], etc, barn, 2 roods, 3 roods of meadow.
Endorsements - 18th December 1772: Declaration signed by John Morgan, exor, of will of John Siggins

Lawyer's account for expenses  DE/A/1314  1753 (Receipted 1754)

Contents:
Meeres and Siggins [to James Windus]. re: The Feathers

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1315  29th November 1754

Contents:
To use of his will: Manor of Standon. John Siggins.
All messuages, etc in manor of Standon [Feathers]

Receipt  DE/A/1316  19th January 1754/5

Contents:
Siggins and Meeres transaction.
Signed by John Malet

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1317  18th October 1755


Related information: See DE/A/1315

Contents:
John Siggins to use of his will.
All his property copyhold of Manor of Standon [Feathers]

Copy of Will  DE/A/1318  2nd August 1754

Contents:
Of John Siggins of Sacombe.
The Feathers and land to John Morgan. Pr: 3rd February 1762

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/1319  3rd June 1762

Contents:
Admission of John Morgan on death of John Siggins
Barn, etc at the Feathers.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/1320  20th July 1764

Contents:
Admission of John Morgan on death of John Siggins.
3 roods of land (as in DE/A/1310).
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/1321  12th December 1772

Contents:
John Morgan to use of Joseph Meeres.
3 roods of land

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/1322  12th December 1772

Contents:
John Morgan to Joseph Meeres.
Barn and 2 roods adjoining (next to Feathers)

Lease and Release  DE/A/1323 - 1324  17th and 18th December 1772

Contents:
John Morgan of Hertford, gardener, and Mary his wife, to Joseph Meeres of Wadesmill, mealman.
The Feathers, etc.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Bundle of receipts (pinned together) for quit rents, etc  DE/A/1325 - 1333  1739-1773

Contents:
Manor of Standon.
John Morgan, Joseph Meeres, John Siggins.
[Barn at the Feathers]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/1334  3rd June 1773

Contents:
Admission of Joseph Meeres after surrender by John Morgan, and his surrender to use of his will.
Barn and 2 roods adjoining

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/1335  12th July 1773

Contents:
Admission of Joseph Meeres after surrender by John Morgan.
3 roods of meadow.
Other personal names

Draft agreement for Lease for 13 years  DE/A/1336  7th November 1782

Contents:
Joseph Meeres to John Taylor of Ware, bargemaster.
The Feathers, etc. Landlord to keep property in repair, except windows; Taylor to keep Inn open and not to take more than "4 Butts of comon Brewers Beer in any one year"; to buy furniture and fittings; Taylor to purchase all his Strong Beer and Ale from Meeres at 1s 1d per gallon and all spirits, etc. at price that Meeres paid for them; to pay £100 premium

Memorandum of agreement  DE/A/1337  12th March 1785

Contents:
That Meeres is selling to David Barclay.
The Feathers, etc for £450

Draft articles of agreement  DE/A/1338  March 1785

Contents:
Joseph Meeres and David Barclay of Youngsbury.
The Feathers, etc

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1339 - 1340  25th and 26th July 1785

Contents:
Joseph Meeres and Sarah, his wife, to David Barclay of Youngsbury.
The Feathers, etc.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1341 - 1342  Trinity 1785


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1339-40
David Barclay, plt, and Joseph and Sarah Meeres, defs.
Messuage, stable and lands, etc

Memorandum of surrender out of court Manor of Sacombe.  DE/A/1343  16th September 1786

Contents:
Joseph Meeres to use of David Barclay.
2 roods at back of Feathers.
Endorsements - Notes re payment of quit rents, also note dated 27.9.1786 that Barclay surrendered all copyholds to use of his will

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Sacombe  DE/A/1344  27th September 1786

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender of Meeres.
Note that he surrendered to use of his will.
3 roods of meadow at back of Feathers

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1345  31st May 1787

Contents:
Admission of Barclay on surrender of Meeres.
Stable (barn) and 2 roods adjoining

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/1346  17th March 1788

Contents:
To use of his will by David Barclay.
All his copyhold estates in Standon

Counterpart of Lease for 14 years  DE/A/1347  1st November 1792

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury to William Batten of Wadesmill, innholder.
The Feathers Inn with barns, stables, etc.
Batten to keep in repair the "Glass windows, pavements, pipes" etc. Schedule of fixtures given in:- 5 bedrooms, step parlour, passage parlour, Moon parlour, Lion parlour, Barr, Pantry, Kitchen, Brewhouse, Stables, Granary, The Sign and Sign Post.
Endorsements - Plan of building to be done and note dated February 1793 saying that the work must be done before end of 1793 (stables, etc)

Wadesmill  [no ref. or date]

Deed poll: feoffment  DE/A/1348  1st July 1565

Contents:
John Wheler of Lyons Inn, Middx, gent, to Robert Gravenor of Clement Inne, Middx.
¼th part of messuage and land in occupation of Robert Parnell, in "Wadismyll", Standon.
Seals - device.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Memorandum that possession was granted in presence of John Broke, Richard ? Courtney and John Wall and others

Feoffment by deed poll  DE/A/1349  28th May 1568

Contents:
George Davies, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Robert Gravenor of Wadesmill, gent.
¼th part of messuage and croft at Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Seals - missing.
Endorsements - Possession and seisin taken by Henry Gardiner in presence of Simon Gardiner and Richard Courtney, yeoman

Feoffment by deed poll  DE/A/1350  13th June 1570

Seals - broken

Contents:
Francis Bucke of "Noushe" [? Nouk], Worcs, gent, and Mary his wife, to Robert Gravenor.
¼th part of messuage, etc at Wadesmill in occupation of Robert Parnell.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - John Sparry,
Hugh Hull,
? Roger Payne,
John Downes and Wm Reynolds,
R Wodward and Wm Wyldes.
Signatures.
Endorsements - "a ded from Mr Buck and his wif of the iiij pte of the house and land yt ye Blyndman doth dwell in"

Feoffment by deed poll  DE/A/1351  26th April 1590

Contents:
George Wylde of Inner Temple, London, knight, to Robert Gravenor of Wadesmill, gent.
¼th part of messuage, etc at Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Robert Gravenor,
Edward Wynsloe.
Seals - device, monogram good.
Signatures

Feoffment by deed poll  DE/A/1352  4th August 1609

Contents:
Robert Gravenor of Wadesmill, to Richard Hill of Wadesmill, tailor.
Messuage or tenement with one croft of pasture containing 2½ acres abutting on the road from Wadesmill to High Cross on west, land of Wm Kirbye and Foulke Curlys on east, and way leading from Wadesmill to Youngs on south, and croft called Wight hill Crofte on north; ½ acre arable land in Millfield.
Seals - device - red wax.
Signatures.
Witnesses - Reginald Basse,
Fulke Curlewes,
John Hicman,
John Skingle,
Henry Cornish and others

Bond for performance of covenants  DE/A/1353  4th August 1609

Seals - broken

Contents:
Robert Gravenor to Richard Hill.
Messuage, etc, as in DE/A/1352.
Witnesses - Reginald Basse,
Fulke Curlewes,
John ? Hycnan,
Henry Cornish,
John Skingle.
Signatures

Release Deed Poll  DE/A/1354  25th April 1611

Contents:
From Eliza Gravenor, widow of Robert Gravenor, to Richard Hill, tailor, of her estate and interest.
Messuage, etc at Wadesmill abutting on Kings highway leading from Wadesmill to Youngs on south.
Witnesses - Thomas Gamble,
John Hicman,
Henry Cornis,
Signature - Elizabeth Gravenor's mark

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1355  9th July 1645; Pr: 22nd January 1648/9

Contents:
Of Richard Hill of Standon.
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill to Richard [3 rooms], and Richard his grandson, also messuage and land in Millfield to Wm Hill. House that Shawe dwells in to Wm Hill.
Witnesses - Thomas Northop,
William Colver

Lease and Release  DE/A/1356 - 1357  21st and 22nd November 1687

Seals - broken

Contents:
William Hill of Thundridge, yeoman, to William Hill, the younger, of Ware, yeoman.
Messuage called "the brickhouse" late in tenure of Thomas Currlice, at Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - John Hill,
Jane Newman,
John Heard.
Signature - Wm Hill

Mortgage  DE/A/1358  21st November 1690

Contents:
William Hill of Ware to John Rowe of Standon, yeoman.
Messuage and 2 acres of land.
Abuttals given.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - John Saile,
Wm Sigston.
Signature - Wm Hill

Deed poll (settlement)  DE/A/1359  20th April 1691

Contents:
William Hill to Mary Oxenton, spinster of Hertford, on her marriage to said Wm Hill.
Messuage called the Brickhouse, etc and 2 acres.
Witnesses - Jonathan Renton,
John Hill.
Signature - Wm Hill

Assignment of mortgage in DE/A/1358  DE/A/1360  5th July 1694

Contents:
John Roe of Standon (1); Wm Hill of Ware (2) to John Holford of London, gent.
Messuage and 2 acres in Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Seals - armorial

Deed poll: Mortgage of further £10  DE/A/1361  5th February 1696/7

Contents:
William Hill.
Property - as in DE/A/1360.
Witnesses - John Sale,
Ady Collard.
Signatures

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/1362  5th June 1699

Contents:
John Holford, with consent of Wm Hill, to Mary Carleton of Little Hadham, spinster.
Messuage and lands in Wadesmill.
(Abuttals given).
Other personal names

"Release of Errors" and judgement Court of Common Pleas  DE/A/1363 - 1364  10th November 1699

Contents:
Wm Hill to Thomas Blackmore.
Witnesses - Tho. Blackmore,
John Baker,
John ? Mould, sen

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/1365  5th May 1701

Contents:
Wm Hale, the younger, of Puckeridge and Mary his wife (née Carleton) (1); William Hill (2) to Richard Lawson of London, gent.
Messuage and land in Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Bond for performance of covenants  DE/A/1366  5th May 1701

Contents:
Wm Hill to Richard Lawson (in connection with DE/A/1364).
Witnesses - John Sale
John Bright
Thomas Dobinson
Seal - red wax - device.
Signature - Hill

Defeazance  DE/A/1367  10th June 1707


Related information: In connection with mortgages and debts DE/A/1363-4

Contents:
Messuage and 2 acres, etc.
Witnesses - Hen Thompson,
J Sale.
Signatures - Wm Hill - ? another torn off

Bond  DE/A/1368  2nd July 1701

Contents:
Between William Hill and John Smith of London, gent.
Witnesses - Blackmore,
Thompson,
Sale.
Seals.
Signature - Wm Hill

Affidavit  DE/A/1369  9th July 1701

Contents:
That Wm Hill has sold his property to John Smith.
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Wm Hill,
Richard Holford

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine, etc  DE/A/1370 - 1371  9th and 10th July 1701

Contents:
William Hill and Mary, his wife, to John Smith of London, gent.
Messuage and lands in Wadesmill.
Other personal names

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1372  10th July 1701

Contents:
Richard Lawson of London, gent (1); William Hill of Ware, yeoman, and Mary his wife (2); John Smith of London, gent (3) in trust to Henry Thompson.
Messuage and lands in Wadesmill.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Dated 8th January 1719/20.
Mary Thompson, widow of Stephen Thompson (brother of Henry) to John Bretherton.
Assignment of mortgage

Fines  DE/A/1373 - 1374  Trinity 1707


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1370-1

Contents:
John Smith, quer, and William and Mary Hill, defs.
Messuage, etc

"Release of errors" re case in Common Pleas  DE/A/1375  11th July 1701

Contents:
William Hill and John Smith.
Witnesses - John Sale,
Tho Dobinson.
Signature - Wm Hill

Bond  DE/A/1376  6th March 1712

Contents:
Between Elizabeth Smith and John Smith. Settles £200 on Elizabeth after she has sold two farms.
Two farms in Bucks.
Witnesses - Will Sims,
Edwd Lloyd

Deed poll  DE/A/1377  20th March 1712

Contents:
Reciting that John Smith is indebted to John Hyat for £50. Transfers property to Isabel Hyat.
Messuage and lands, etc.
Endorsements - Receipt dated 13th Jan 1719 for £50. Signed Isabel Hyatt.
Witnesses - Mary Gardner and Benj Cooke

Extract from Probate copy of Will  DE/A/1378  22nd December 1716

Contents:
Of John Smith, citizen and Ironmonger of London. Property bequeathed to his wife, Elizabeth.
All his property including messuages in Mitcham, Surrey.
Witnesses - Registrars

Mortgage by Lease and Release  DE/A/1379 - 1380  11th and 12th January 1719/20

Contents:
Elizabeth Smith of Ware, widow, (1); John Brotherton of London, bookseller (2); Elizabeth Wightman, spinster (3).
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill.
Seals - armorial - red wax.
Signatures.
Endorsements - (on Release) Receipts

Bond for payment of £80  DE/A/1381  12th January 1719/20

Contents:
Elizabeth Smith of Ware to Elizabeth Wightman of London.
Messuage, etc.
Endorsements - Receipts for interest, etc. dated 1733-4. "Recd of Mrs Elizh Bray...." [Smith became Bray]

Probate copy of Will  DE/A/1382  14th November 1749; Pr: 13th July 1750

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Bray of New House, Ware.
Messuage and lands, etc

Abstract of title  DE/A/1383  1565-1750

Contents:
Of Thomas Bray.
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill [lists all previous deeds]

Mortgage  DE/A/1384  4th May 1751

Contents:
Thomas Bray of Wareside, yeoman, to John Camp of Wareside, blacksmith.
Endorsements - Assignment of mortgage to Henry Margerum of the Royalty of the Tower of London, Tinman. Dated 24th March 1753.
Messuage and 2 acres in Wadesmill

Bond for payment of £80  DE/A/1385  4th May 1751

Contents:
Thomas Bray to John Camp

Lease and release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1386 - 1387  26th and 27th March 1753

Contents:
Thomas Bray of Ware, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to Henry Margerum of the "Liberty of His Majesty's Royalty of the Tower of London, Tinman".
Messuage and land, etc.
Other personal names

Bond to perform covenants in connection with DE/A/1386-7  DE/A/1388  27th March 1753

Contents:
Thomas Bray to Henry Margerum.
Witnesses - Thos Medcalf,
J Turner

Fines  DE/A/1389 - 1391  Easter 1754


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1386-7

Contents:
Henry Margerum, plt, and Thomas and Mary Bray, defs, and receipt for 10s Od from Margerum; also receipt dated 20th September 1760 signed John Randall.
2 messuages, etc at Wadesmill

Lease and Release  DE/A/1392 - 1393  19th and 20th February 1770

Contents:
Henry Margerum of London to David Barclay of Youngsbury.
2 messuages in occupation of Nutting and Kite, 2 acres of land.
Seals

Lease and Release  DE/A/1394 - 1395  21st and 22nd August 1738

Seals - red wax - broken

Contents:
John Waller of Gt Chesterford, Essex, butcher, to Charles Duke of Little Bury, Essex, butcher.
Messuage abutting on road on west, land of Bradleys to the east, John Dellows cottage on North, cottage late Baycocks on south.
Signatures

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1396 - 1397  19th and 20th October 1747

Contents:
Charles Duke of Little Bury, Essex, to Drew Green of Standon, cordwainer.
3 messuages (formerly 1) at Wadesmill Hill.
Signature - Duke

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1398  20th October 1747


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1396-7

Contents:
Charles Duke to Drew Green

Feoffment  DE/A/1399  13th March 1771

Contents:
Drew Green of Standon, to Thomas Jaques of Standon, labourer.
2 messuages ("formerly one Messuage..... and since three.....") at Wadesmill Hill.
Signature - Green

Will  DE/A/1400  18th January 1777


Related information: See note on abstract of title DE/A/1415

Contents:
Of Thomas Jaques of "Highcross hill". Property left to wife Mary and afterwards to her children.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - George Parker
Wm. Siggens
John Moore
Seal - device - red wax.
Signatures

Lease and Release in fee with covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1401 - 1402  18th and 19th June 1802

Contents:
Wm Jaques of Harlow and Elizabeth; James Phillips of Wadesmill and Sarah; James Whitbread of Ware and Catharine; Joseph Jaques, Standon; to Daniel Giles.
Messuage abutting on that of James Snow.
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/1403 - 1404  Trinity Term 1802

Contents:
Daniel Giles, plt and William and Elizabeth Jaques, James and Sarah Phillips, James and Catherine Whitbread.
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 acre of land, etc.
Other personal names

Feoffment  DE/A/1405  29th April 1778

Contents:
Thomas Jaques to William Stracy of Widford, sawyer.
2 messuages in Wadesmill - hill abutting on highway to west, land late Bradley's to east, piece of ground where cottage stood to north, and tenement of Henry Beycocks and now Sarah Baldock's to south; purchased of Drew Green

Feoffment  DE/A/1406  13th December 1790

Contents:
Wm Stracy of Widford (eldest son of late Wm Stracy dec'd) and Elizabeth his mother, to James Leedam of Ware, sack and twine manufacturer.
2 messuages at Wadesmill Hill abutting south on messuage of Jaques.
Seals.
Signatures

Agreement  DE/A/1407  1st July 1792

Contents:
Between
James Leedam of Ware and Edward Newman.
Leedam agrees to convey to Newman. Tenement, etc at Wadesmill [Document says in parish of Thundridge?]

Lease and Release  DE/A/1408 - 1409  17th and 18th July 1792

Contents:
James Leedam late of Ware, now of Litchfield, Staffs, to Edward Newman of Ware, bookseller, and Edward Hobbs of Ware, glover (trustee for Newman).
Messuage, etc at Wadesmill Hill

Bond of Indemnity  DE/A/1410  18th July 1792

Contents:
James Leedam to Edward Newman re dower of Mrs Leedam.
Seals - device - red wax.
Endorsements - Note saying that Mrs. Leedam died at Litchfield in 1793 or 1794

Deed of Feoffment  DE/A/1411  16th January 1796

Contents:
Edward Newman and his trustee, to James Snow of Sootes, farmer.
Messuage or tenement at Wadesmill Hill.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1412 - 1413  5th and 6th August 1802

Contents:
James Snow to Daniel Giles.
Messuage, etc at Wadesmill Hill.
Other personal names

Bond of indemnity  DE/A/1414  6th August 1802

Contents:
James Snow to Daniel Giles in connection with DE/A/1412-13.
Messuage, etc. at Wadesmill Hill.
Seals - red wax
Signatures

Abstract of title  DE/A/1415  1738-1802

Contents:
Of Daniel Giles.
Messuages purchased of Wm Jaques and Jas Snow.
Field names.
Other personal names

Wadesmill, "The Wheatsheaf"  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  DE/A/1416  29th October 1844

Contents:
William Cobham the elder of Ware, gent (1); to Nathaniel Cobham of Ware, gent (2); Ambrose Proctor (3).
Cottage and garden at Wadesmill Hill (formerly in occupation of - Bunce) [Wheatsheaf].
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures - Cobhams

Conveyance  DE/A/1417  17th May 1845

Contents:
Nathaniel Cobham of Ware, gent (1); John Green of Hertford, esq (2); Samuel Adams, the younger, of Ware (3); George Down Adams (4).
Cottage, etc at Wadesmill Hill [The Wheatsheaf].
Other personal names.
Signatures

Conveyance  DE/A/1418  29th September 1853

Contents:
Francis T Cuddon of Norwich (1) - mortgage of Thomas D Cox of Ware Road, brewer (2); Thomas D, Medcalf of Hertford (3); and Matthew S Longmore (4).
Cottage, etc called "The Wheatsheaf"

List of deeds  DE/A/1419  1844-1853


Related information: As in DE/A/1015-1017

Contents:
"The Wheatsheaf", Wadesmill Hill

Purchase agreement and receipt for purchase money  DE/A/1420  14th January 1860

Contents:
Thomas D Medcalf to Thomas Cox.
Beer House at Wadesmill Hill "The Wheatsheaf"

Conveyance  DE/A/1421  28th March 1860

Contents:
Thomas D Medcalfe, brewer (1); to Thomas Cox of Ware, brewer (2); E R Spence of Hertford, solicitor (3).
Messuage, etc called "The Wheatsheaf".
Other personal names.
Signatures

Mortgage for securing £210  DE/A/1422  23rd June 1862

Contents:
Thomas Cox to Richard Parrott of Amwell, clerk.
Orchards, etc in Crib Street, and "Wheatsheaf" at Wadesmill Hill.
Signature - Cox

Abstract of title  DE/A/1423  1844-1862

Contents:
Of Thomas Cox.
"The Wheatsheaf".
Other personal names

Conveyance  DE/A/1424  8th April 1864

Contents:
Rev Richard Parrott (1); Thomas Cox (2); to Arthur Giles Giles-Puller of Youngsbury (3) and George Gayton of Much Hadham (4).
"Wheatsheaf", Wadesmill Hill.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Cox and Parrott

WADESMILL  [no ref. or date]

Label and Release (Lease for year missing)  DE/A/1425 - 1426  21st December 1701

Contents:
Henry Bawcock of Ware, husbandman, to John Wharford of Standon, bricklayer.
10 poles (purchased from Nath: Thorowgood) abutting north on house of Richard Waller, Widden end Hill on west, land of Bradley and Hill, east, and tenement of Richard Bawcock south.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1427 - 1428  30th September 1718 and 1st October 1718

Contents:
John Wharford of Wadesmill, to Richard Waller of Wadesmill, the younger, labourer.
Cottage and ground (abuttals as in DE/A/1425-1426).
Signatures

Bond for performance of covenants  DE/A/1429  30th September 1718

Contents:
Wharford to Waller

Lease and Release  DE/A/1430 - 1431  23rd and 24th November 1727

Contents:
Richard Waller of High Cross Hill, yeoman, to John Holden of Ware, carpenter.
Cottage and ground at "Widen End Hill"

Bond to perform covenants in connection with DE/A/1430-1  DE/A/1432  24th November 1727

Contents:
Richard Waller to John Holden.
Seals - armorial - red wax

Lease and Release  DE/A/1433 - 1434  6th and 7th April 1730

Contents:
John Halden of Thundridge, carpenter, to Peter Baldock of Bengeo, husbandman.
Cottage and land at Widen End Hill.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Mortgage to secure £25  DE/A/1435  23rd April 1771

Contents:
Thomas Baldock of Great Munden to Matthew Rayner of Standon, yeoman.
Tenement, etc at Widen End Hill occupied by Thomas Harrod

Lease and Release and Assignment of mortgage (Rayner to John Nicoll in trust for Richard Nicoll)  DE/A/1436 - 1437  9th and 10th April 1779

Contents:
Thomas Baldock (1) to Richard Nicoll of Ware, maltster, (2); Matthew Rayner of Standon (3); and John Nicoll of Ware, twine spinner.
Tenement, etc at Widen End Hill.
Signatures

Lease and Release and Assignment  DE/A/1438 - 1439  25th and 26th March 1782

Seals - broken

Contents:
Richard Nicoll of Ware, maltster (1); John Nicoll of Ware (2); Francis Armstrong of Wapping, wharfinger, and John Horn of Southwark, distiller, and trustee of Armstrong (3); and Robert Horn of the Navy Office, Crutched Friars, gent (4).
Tenement at Widen End Hill.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease and Release and Assignment of term of 1000 years in trust  DE/A/1440 - 1441  18th and 19th February 1788

Seals - broken

Contents:
Francis Armstrong (1); John Horn his trustee, James Yeates of Rood Lane, London gent (2); Robert Horn (3); Charles Glynes of St Boltolph, Aldgate, gent (4).
Tenement at Widen End Hill.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease and Release and Assignment of term of 1000 years  DE/A/1442 - 1443  7th and 8th December 1796

Seals - broken

Contents:
James Yeates of Hackney (1); Charles Glynes (2); to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury (3); and Daniel Giles the elder (4).
3 tenements or cottages, formerly one.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Label to DE/A/1445 - 1468  DE/A/1444  [n.d.]

Contents:
3 cottages bt of Stoten in occupation (1773) of Taylor, Jno. Houtchen, and Mary Griffin. Cottages pulled down, rebuilt, and let to John Houchen, Wm Starr and John Carter

Deed poll: Bargain and sale  DE/A/1445  25th February 1657

Contents:
Richard Hill of Standon, tailor, to John Steward of Standon, turner, and Bridgett his wife.
3 poles of ground, part of a well yard abutting on land of Nath: Thorowgood north, well yard on south, road on west, and orchard of William Hill on east.
Witnesses - Samuel ? Hull,
Ralph Freeman

Mortgage  DE/A/1446  7th February 1688/9

Contents:
William Odwell and Ruth, his wife, to Henry Bancock of Standon.
Tenement [Wadesmill Hill].
Witnesses - Thomas Baucocke,
Joane Baucocke,
Paul Raynsford.
Signatures - Marks of Wm and Ruth Odwell.
Endorsements - Dated 25th February 1690.
Declaration that Henry Baucocke has assigned the mortgage to John Savell

Bond  DE/A/1447  7th February 1688/9


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1446

Contents:
Wm Odwell to Henry Baucocke.
Marks of parties

Lease and Release  DE/A/1448 - 1449  26th and 27th September 1692

Contents:
William Odwell of Standon, yeoman, and Ruth his wife, to John Savell of Thundridge, maltster.
Messuage and tenement in Standon [High Cross Hill].
Seals - initials "JS" (red wax) and swan (black wax).
Signatures

Bond for performance of covenants  DE/A/1450  1692

Contents:
William Odwell to John Savell.
Witnesses - Joseph Meeres,
John Elliott,
Georg[e] Elliott,
Paul Raynsford.
Seal - device - black wax.
Signatures

Quit claim  DE/A/1451  17th April 1697

Contents:
John Savill of Thundridge to Richard Bawcock of Standon.
Messuage, etc at High Cross Hill in possession of Richard Bawcock.
Witnesses - Tho Langley,
Wm ? Trigge.
Seals.
Signature - Savell

Lease and Release [Endorsed "Not Executed - Useless papers]  DE/A/1452 - 1453  1st and 2nd April 1697

Contents:
William Cobham als Odwell and Ruth his wife, to Richard Bawcock of Standon.
Messuage, etc at High Cross Hill in occupation of Bawcock.
Seals - red wax - devices

Lease and Release  DE/A/1454 - 1455  14th and 15th May 1725

Contents:
Anne Bawcock of Standon, widow, and Elizabeth and Anne Bawcock, spinsters (1); Richard Waller of Standon, labourer (2); to Drew Greene, yeoman (3).
Messuage at High Cross Hill.
Seals - red wax.
Marks of parties

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1456  15th May 1725

Seals - red wax - broken

Contents:
Anne Bawcock, widow, and Elizabeth and Anne Bawcock, spinsters, and Richard Waller.
Witnesses.
Marks of parties

Mortgage  DE/A/1457  18th March 1726/7

Contents:
Drew Green to John Savell.
2 newly erected messuages at High Cross Hill in occupation of Greene and Wm Newton.
Signature - Mark of Greene

Bills, etc. (pinned together)  DE/A/1458 - 1464  1689-1767

Contents:
? For building, receipts and apprentice-ship indenture - Drue Green (son of Drue Green) of Wadesmill, to Isaac Odell of Standon, cordwainer and shoemaker (1st July 1720).
On back is endorsement that Green is to be 'transferred' to Richard Lankthon of Little Munden, shoemaker.
(Builders bills dated 1726)

Lease and Release  DE/A/1465 - 1466  20th and 21st April 1767

Contents:
Drew Green of Standon, shoemaker (1); Benjamin Stoten of Sacombe, yeoman (2); Joseph Stoten of Stanstead Abbots, farmer (3).
[In trust for Benjamin Stoten].
3 messuages at High Cross Hill.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/1467 - 1468  18th and 19th October 1773

Contents:
Benjamin Stoten of Sacombe yeoman, to David Barclay of Youngsbury.
3 messuages at High Cross Hill.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Wadesmill, Turnpike House  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1469  16th May 1706

Contents:
Admission of John Hills on surrender of Henry and Sara Reyner.
Newly erected house called "le Turnpike House"

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1470  21st May 1719

Contents:
Admission of Jonathan Brown on death of Elizabeth Hills.
The Turnpike House

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1471  21st May 1752

Contents:
Admission of Jonathan Brown of Ware, baker, on death of Jonathan Brown and Mary, his wife.
The Turnpike House.
Other personal names

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/1472  20th March 1753

Contents:
Of Jonathan Brown to Thomas Fordham of Ware, mealman, for securing payment of £60.
Turnpike House in occupation of Hannah Odell.
Other personal names

Bond to secure payment of £60 and interest  DE/A/1473  20th March 1753

Contents:
Jonathan Brown to Thomas Fordham.
Seals - red wax.
Signature - Brown

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1474  12th June 1783

Contents:
Admission of Susanna Green, wife of Aaron Green, and daughter of Thomas Fordham, on death of Jonathan Brown.
The Turnpike House.
Other personal names

Copy of surrender of Equity of Redemption  DE/A/1475  18th April 1785

Contents:
Henry and Rachel Page (of Ware) and Robert Suckling (blacksmith) and Susan, of Ware.
(Rachel and Susan being daughters of late Brown) to Susanna Green.
Turnpike House, in occupation of Ann Seal

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1476  29th October 1785

Contents:
Aaron Green of Ware, gent, and Susanna his wife, to use of David Barclay of Youngsbury.
Turnpike House.
Signatures - A Green and S Green

Bond  DE/A/1477  29th October 1785


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1476

Contents:
Aaron and Susannah Green to David Barclay.
Turnpike House.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1478  31st May 1787

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay after surrender out of court by Aaron and Susanna Green.
Turnpike House

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1479  24th May 1793

Contents:
Admission of Wm Cunliffe Shawe after surrender of David Barclay.
5 acres in Stoney Field, 2 acres in Southey Field, 2 messuages (formerly one) in Wyden End, 2 Stables with 2 roods in occupation of John Taylor, Turnpike House, 2 messuages (late 3) and garden, ½ acre in Southfield, 1 acre in Southfield, 2 acres in Stoney Field, ½ acre in Balamsholme, 2 acres in Glewes Mead, 1½ acres in Glewes Mead.
All his property (copyhold of manor.)
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of absolute surrender out of court  DE/A/1480  15th April 1796

Contents:
Of Wm Cunliffe Shawe to use of Daniel Giles.
All his copyhold lands; Manor of Standon

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1481  8th June 1797

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Wm C Shawe.
Property - as in DE/A/1479-80
Field names.
Other personal names

Wadesmill  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1482  7th June 1770

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Sexton on death of William and Ann Sexton.
2 messuages at Wadesmill and a garden (heretofore in tenure of Thomas Langley)

Receipt  DE/A/1483  25th April 1785

Contents:
For part payment of £100 for 3 tenements in Wadesmill from D Barclay.
Signed Saml Sexton

Memorandum of absolute surrender: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1484  22nd October 1785

Contents:
Samuel Sexton of Ware, to use of David Standon Barclay.
2 messuages (now 3) at Wadesmill and garden in occupation of John Taylor

Bond  DE/A/1485  22nd October 1785


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1484

Contents:
Sexton to Barclay.
2 messuages (now 3) at Wadesmill

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1486  31st May 1787

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender of Samuel Sexton.
2 messuages (now 3) in occupation of John Taylor

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Marshalls, etc  DE/A/1487  1st March 1693

Contents:
Admission of Henry Gardiner, by his uncle and guardian, Benjamin Gardiner.
1 acre near Millfield

Surrender out of Court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1488  11th May 1782

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to use of David Barclay.
1 acre abutting on Millfield.
Signatures

Bond re surrender and exchange  DE/A/1489 - 1490  14th January 1791

Contents:
Thomas Jeeves of Hertford, gent to David Barclay, and note that the land in Staplefield does belong to Barclay.
½ acre in Southfield to Barclay in exchange for 3 roods in Staplefield conveyed by Barclay to Jeeves.
Signature - Jeeves

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1491  16th June 1791

Contents:
Admission of Barclay on surrender of Jeeves.
½ acre in Southfield

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1492  1st November 1624

Contents:
Epaphroditus Wandlinge of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, tanner and Margaret his wife, grandson of Henry Osbaston, to Edward Gardiner of Thundridgebury.
Various messuages and lands in Wadesmill including: Slowe meade, Shepherds, Del crofte and Parlebene croft (formerly Bushleys).
Messuage in Wadesmill Street between tenement of Henry Osbaston on north and the river on the south in tenure of Christopher Gibson; 6 pieces of land in common fields of Standon (Millfield, Oldfield); messuage in Wadesmill in occupation of Gibson; messuage and garden abutting on that of Richard Downes on east, Richard Norris south, highway north; meadow between "Hertford waye" and river, late Bird's; garden called Shepherdes in occupation of John Stronge; Busheleyes (late Parlebene Crofte and Dell croft abutting kings highway east, "greene end lane" west; Slowe mead in Thundridge, abutting on river north, Langland common field south.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - armorial.
Signatures

Letter  DE/A/1493  27th September 1650

Contents:
From Ralph Freman to Edward Gardner Esq, setting out property he holds which is copyhold of Manor of Rennesley.
Messuage and garden with closes called "Dorez and Bells" in occupation of John Godfrey; messuage in occupation of Henry Hodge; tenement and curtilage late in tenure of Gilson [? Gibson;] 2 acres late Edwd Frenchs.
Field names.
Endorsements -"Rennesley Acct of Quit rents."
"This Concerns the quitt rent belonging to Mr Freman"

Mortgage  DE/A/1494  25th March 1661/2

Contents:
Edward Gardiner of Thundridgebury, esq to Charles Stanford, citizen and barber surgeon of London.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street between tenement of Henry Osbaston on north and River on south, late property of Margaret Hodge and in occupation of Christopher Gibson. Pieces in Millfield and Oldfield, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Schedule of 4 documents which include DE/A/1496-1498  DE/A/1495  1682

Contents:
Re: Curlewes and Gardiner family.
Property - not specified

Articles of Agreement after several law suits  DE/A/1496  17th July 1682

Contents:
John Gardiner of Thundridgebury and Thomas Curlewes of Wadesmill, yeoman.
Curlewes agrees to give up his messuages, etc in Standon and Thundridge.
Witnesses - John Sturmy,
Jas. Garnett,
John Savell.
Signature - Mark of Curlewes

Deed of feoffment  DE/A/1497  19th July 1682

Contents:
Thomas Curlewes of Wadesmill, yeoman, to John Gardiner of Thundridgebury.
Messuage, etc as in DE/A/1498

Quit claim and Release  DE/A/1498  20th July 1682

Contents:
Thomas Curlewe to John Gardiner.
Messuage or tenement and 1 close of ground (1 acre) at Wadesmill, abutting east on land of "Reynsley" and south on land of Hodge.
Witnesses - Saml Lawson,
John Savell,
Tho Halden,
John Saile,
Signature - Mark of Thomas Curlewe

Memorandum of surrender Manor of Standon  DE/A/1499  31st May 1771

Contents:
David Barclay to use of his will.
All his copyhold properties

Will  DE/A/1500  27th June 1774

Contents:
Of William Usher of Watton-at-Stone, gardener (in paper wrapper).
3 messuages, etc in Wadesmill to son, Joseph and wife Mary (in occupation of Thos Cannon, Stephen Fells and Wm Pinnock).
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Tho Jessopp
John Jessopp
Theodosia Jessopp All of Waltham Abbey

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1501  1774

Contents:
Of William Usher to Freehold Premises at Wadesmill.
Quotes, his will in DE/A/1500

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1502 - 1503  4th and 5th June 1801

Contents:
William Usher of Kings Arms Yard, White Cross Street, London, and Hannah his wife (1) to Daniel Giles (2) and John Gilman (3).
3 messuages adjoining at Wadesmill in occupation formerly of Thomas Cannon, Stephen Field and Wm Pinnock, now of Martin, Edwards and Head

Fines  DE/A/1504 - 1505  Easter 1801


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1502-3

Contents:
John Gilman, plt, and Wm and Hannah Usher, defs.
3 messuages, etc in Standon

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1506 A  14th September 1659

Contents:
John Wroth of Heaven End and Margaret Wroth of Whetstone, Finchley, widow, to Thomas Medcalfe of Wadesmill, butcher.
Lewis Mead (1½ acres) (manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sutes) in tenure of Richard Honor, baker, abutting on a lane called "Odumholme Lane" leading from Fabdens Farm to Thundermarsh on the north, River to the South, Odumholme Mead east, and another Mead called Lewis Mead to west.
Witnesses - Mattilda Buckenham
Edward Hide
William Cock.
Seals - 2 - red wax
Signatures

Wrapper from one of seals  DE/A/1506 B  [n.d.]

Contents:
"To my assured good friend Mr Edward Rice in Fetter Lane att the signe of the maydenheade geve these"

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1507  10th July 1695

Contents:
Wm Meadcalfe als Cooper of Wadesmill, Fellmonger (1); Thomas Meadcalfe als Cooper of Woolwich, butcher, and Robert Warner of Hertford, grocer (2); to John Daniel of Wadesmill, grocer.
Lewis Mead.
(Previous transactions quoted, 1671).
Seals - 3 red wax - devices.
Signatures

Deed poll: Bargain and sale  DE/A/1508  10th March 1634/5

Contents:
Edward Hodge of ? Barking, Essex, clothier, to Lettice Milles of Thundridge, and Sara Graye.
Messuage or tenement with garden, and one pightell of land, in occupation of Henry Bulley.
Witnesses - Christopher Dighton,
Willyam Waller,
Tho Basse.
Signature - Hodge.
Endorsements - "Belongin to the Hous near the Fethers"

Bond  DE/A/1509  10th March 1634/5


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1508

Contents:
Edward Hodge and Lettice Milles and Sara Graye.
Messuage and 1 pightell in Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Seals - missing

Deed poll: Bargain and sale  DE/A/1510  25th May 1659

Contents:
Richard Graye of the City of London, coachman, to Thomas Meadcalfe of Wadesmill.
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill, and 1 pightell. Abutts on road to High Cross on the east, on a "borne" on the south, a close in occupation of Samuel Rudd on the north. In occupation of Isaac Grey.
Witnesses - Richard Hill,
Ralph Freeman.
Signature - Mark of Richard Gray

Bond  DE/A/1511  25th May 1659

Seals - broken


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1510

Contents:
Richard Gray of City of London, coachman, and Isaac Gray of Standon, labourer, to Thomas Meadcalfe of Wadesmill, Thundridge, butcher.
Property - as in DE/A/1510.
Witnesses - Richard Hill
Ralph Freeman
Signatures - Marks of Richard and Isaac Gray

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1512  22nd June 1672

Contents:
Thomas Meadcalfe of Lt Berkhamsted, butcher, to Mary Meadcalfe of Wadesmill, his mother.
Messuage and 1 pightell in Wadesmill.
Abuttals as in DE/A/1510.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1513 - 1514  5th and 6th August 1695

Contents:
John Pattman of Ware, maltster, and Elizabeth his wife, Robert Warner of Hertford, grocer, and Joan his wife, and Thomas Meadcalfe als Cooper of Woolwich, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Meadcalfe als Cooper.
Messuage and pightle in Wadesmill (in occupation of Hugh Walker, woolcomber) and Lewis Mead (as in DE/A/1506-7).
Seals - red wax - devices.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1515 - 1516  Michaelmas 1695


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1513-14

Contents:
Wm Medcalfe als Cooper, quer, other parties as in DE/A/1513-14.
Messuage and land as in DE/A/1513-14

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1517  22nd August 1761; Pr: 21st May 1778

Contents:
Of Thomas Medcalf als Cooper of Thundridge.
Land in Thundridge, messuage and Lewis Mead in Wadesmill.
Seals - PCC in paper

Lease and Release  DE/A/1518 - 1519  15th and 16th May 1797

Contents:
Savil Medcalf als Cooper of Wadesmill, and Savil Medcalf als Cooper, miller, of Wadesmill, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Messuage and orchard at Wadesmill (Standon) and Lewis Mead.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - John Mesman,
William Batten of The Feathers Inn.
Signatures

Feoffment  DE/A/1520  29th September 1648

Contents:
Christopher Hill of Woodford, Essex, brewer, to Wm Smalewood of Puddlewharfe, haberdasher, and Joan his wife.
3 messuages or tenements in Wadesmill, Standon, in tenure of Gray, Bates and Oldwell, and field called Wellcroft, 4½ acres in Oldfield

Memorandum of agreement for sale  DE/A/1521  5th January 1687/8

Seals - one broken - red wax

Contents:
Between Daniel Cooke, citizen and glazier of London, and George Gray of Maidenhead, Berks, (trustees under will of Joan Fryer), and Wm Rudd of Hertford.
Messuage and lands left by Joan Fryer to Wm Rudd on condition that he pay £10 less than any other person.
Signatures - Cooke, Gray and Rudd

Deed poll confirming payment of legacies  DE/A/1522  20th January 1687/8

Contents:
Legatees of will of Joan Fryer and Daniel Cooke and George Gray (trustees).
Property - as in DE/A/1521.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1523 - 1524  30th and 31st January 1687/8

Contents:
George Gray and Daniel Cooke to Wm Rudd of Hertford, draper. (Recites transactions between Joan Fryer - then Smallwood - and others, and terms of her will).
Messuage or tenement at Wadesmill, Wellcroft adjoining, and pieces in Oldfield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses.
Seals - 2 red wax - devices.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1525 - 1526  17th and 18th October 1703

Contents:
Henry Rayner of Hertford, grocer, and Sarah his wife (née Rudd), to William Rudd of Hertford, draper, her brother.
2 messuages (now in occupation of widow Dellow and James Odell).
Witnesses - Henry Smith,
Mary Cripsee,
John Chapman.
Seals - missing

Will  DE/A/1527  18th October 1703

Contents:
Of Sarah Rayner, concerning property below.
2 messuages in Wadesmill to Wm Rudd.
Seals - red wax - device.
Signature - Sarah Rayner

Probate of will  DE/A/1528  11th June 1711; Pr: 4th July 1712

Contents:
Of William Rudd of Hertford, draper.
3 messuages in Wadesmill to daughter, Sarah. Various personal goods (listed) left to his wife.
Messuage in occupation of Edmund Bannister and shop adjoining (? in Hertford) to wife, Sarah

Declaration  DE/A/1529  8th January 1711/12

Contents:
By Samuel Rudd re his father's legacy to Sarah Rudd (his sister).
Witnesses - Ann Batt,
J Hadley

Lease and Release and Marriage Settlement  DE/A/1530 - 1531  8th and 9th February 1711/12

Seals - 3 red wax - broken

Contents:
Samuel Rudd of Hertford, draper, and Sarah Rudd, his sister (1); William Weston, citizen and vintner of London (2); and John Field of London, haberdasher, and George Hammond, citizen and pewterer, of London. (Weston to marry Sarah Rudd).
3 messuages at Wadesmill, field called Wellfield, pieces in Oldfield.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1532  8th July 1748

Seals - red wax - broken

Contents:
Samuel Rudd to John Morgan of Codicote, gent.
3 Messuages at Wadesmill, Wellcroft, pieces in Oldfield.
Other personal names.
Signature - Rudd

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1533  9th February 1748/9

Contents:
John Morgan, and Samuel Rudd to John Parker of Hertford, innholder.
3 messuages and land as in DE/A/1532.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Assignment of Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/1534  26th February 1752

Contents:
John Parker (by direction of Samuel Rudd) to John Siggins.
3 messuages and land as in DE/A/1532.
Seals - red wax.
Signatures

Copy of Will  DE/A/1535  31st July 1753

Contents:
Of Samuel Rudd of All Saints, Hertford, draper. His wife to consult Samuel Scott, the elder, of Gt Amwell.
3 messuages in All Saints, near the Kings Arms; messuage at Wadesmill to wife Ann.
Other personal names. Pr: 13th December 1756

Lease and Release  DE/A/1536 - 1537  5th and 6th August 1757

Contents:
Ann Rudd of All Saints, widow, to Benjamin Green of Wadesmill, mealman.
3 messuages, Wellcroft and land in Oldfield.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Samuel Scott, senr,
Samuel Scott, junr,
Ann Rudd.
Endorsements - Notes re payment of mortgage

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1538  6th August 1757

Contents:
Mrs Ann Rudd to Benjamin Green.
Property - as in DE/A/1536-7.
Witnesses - Wm Windus,
Wm Plumer Windus.
Seals

Abstract of title  DE/A/1539  1648-1782

Contents:
Of the property, as in DE/A/1520, etc

Abstract of title  DE/A/1540  1648-1782

Contents:
Of Charles Hurrell.
3 messuages and 7 acres of land at Wadesmill

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1541 - 1542  2nd and 3rd April 1798

Contents:
Charles Hurrell, esq, of Brundon Hall, Suffolk, to Daniel Giles, the younger, of Lincoln's Inn.
3 messuages in Wadesmill, Wellcroft, Oldfield, land in Millfield, Boybridge Mead, (Thundridge).
Copyhold: Piece in Langlands, "La Wrestlers", piece in Churchfield, piece in Strakely, piece in Wickfield, Stoney Field, fields near "Four Horseshoes", messuage in Wadesmill Street, Thundridge.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 red wax.
Signature - Hurrell

Assignment of term of 500 years  DE/A/1543  10th November 1798

Contents:
Charles Hurrell (1); James Lucas of Brickendon, farmer, and James Blundell of Brickendon, farmer (exors of will of John Morgan) (2); Daniel Giles the younger (3); John Mesman of Old South Sea House, gent (4).
Messuage at Wadesmill, Wellcroft, pieces in Oldfield, pieces in Millfield, and 2 messuages in Wadesmill.
(Recites previous mortgages, etc.)
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

WADESMILL "Fabdens"  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance  DE/A/1544  27th March 1781 [-1789]

Contents:
John N Miers of Neath (1); Thomas Walker of London, banker, (2); Henry Styleman of Norfolk (3); Geo Gregg of Bath and Albany Wallis of London (4); Thomas Hope Byde (5); David Barclay of Youngsbury (6); Robert Barclay of London, banker (7).
"Nabingdons" alias, Fabdens and lands (not specified).
Other personal names

Conveyance  DE/A/1545  27th March 1789

Contents:
As in DE/A/1544 (Thomas Hope Byde to David Barclay).
Fabdens and lands.
Other personal names.
Witnesses.
Seals.
Signatures

Counterpart of Lease for 21 years  DE/A/1546 - 1547  1st November 1792

Contents:
David Barclay of Youngsbury to Thomas Norton of Fab-dens, farmer, and Agreement (Norton and Barclay) re supply of wood (dated 22nd February 1793).
Fabdens and lands: Benhams Mead and Orchard, Benhams next Rockham, Cross Mead, Horse Mead, Lewis's Mead, Oldhams Holme, Way from Harecroft, Thundermarsh (4 pieces);
Harecroft,
Stoneyfield,
Basticle,
Hanley. All Enclosed Arable.
Barwick Field,
Tylers Hill,
Young's Piece,
Hicks (Halls) Piece, Winding Field. All Arable in Common Fields
Winding Shaw Close, Piece leading to Latchford Road and Homestall.
Field names.
Signatures

Assignment of residue of term of 2000 years in trust to attend inheritance  DE/A/1548  31st March 1796

Contents:
Robert Barclay esq (by direction of Wm Cunliffe Shaw and on nomination of Daniel Giles) to Joseph Kaye of Swithins Lane, London, gentleman.
Fabdens and lands.
Signatures - Barclay and Shaw

Deed of Feoffment  DE/A/1549  9th September 1809

Contents:
Hudson Gurney of Norwich, esq, to Gilbert Gardiner of St Giles in the Fields, esquire.
Rockhams otherwise Rockhall ose Rockery Meadow in Standon, adjoining Overwater meadow, formerly part of Fabdens Farm in occupation of William Norton.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 23rd Nov 1810: Memorandum that possession was taken by Wm. Norton (for Hudson Gurney) and delivered to Thomas Nicholson (for Gardiner).
Sgd: Wm Norton,
Thos Nicholson,
Samuel Norton,
John Sharp

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Standon  DE/A/1550  9th November 1790

Contents:
Thomas Hope Byde to use of David Barclay of Youngsbury.
1 acre in Southfield; 2 acres in Stoney Field, 1 acre in Balsams Holme, 3½ acres in Glews Mead

Copy of Court Roll Manor of Standon  DE/A/1551  16th June 1791

Contents:
Admission of David Barclay on surrender of Thomas Hope Byde.
Southfield, etc as in DE/A/1550

WADESMILL, Manor and Farm of Rennesley  [no ref. or date]

Receipt for quit rent: Manor of Rennesley.  DE/A/1552  27th October 1755

Contents:
Received of John Campkin.
Tenement at Wadesmill late Sly's.
Signature - Daniel Briden for the "Yous of George Jenings Esq"

Attested copy of lease for a year  DE/A/1553  19th March 1787

Contents:
William Bentley of Leicester, gent, Brough Maltby of London, merchant, and George Jennings of Newselsbury, esquire, to Ambrose Proctor of Ware, esquire.
Manor of Rennesley, farmhouse, Gt Bornfield, Lt. Bornfield, Rennesley Gardens, Jones Dale, Horse Fields, Holfield, Homefield, New pasture, Mitley; Lawrences tenement, Brick close

Copy of Release in Fee  DE/A/1554  20th March 1787

Contents:
Wm Bentley and Brough Maltby (by direction of George Jennings) and George Jennings, to Ambrose Proctor.
Manor of Rennesley, farmhouse, Brick Close, Gt Bornfield, Lt Bornfield, Holfield, Home Field, New Pasture, Mitley, piece in Willowfield, Lawrence's Tenement, Rennesley Gardens, Jones Dale, Horse Fields

Copy of Assignment of Term of 3000 years in trust for Ambrose Proctor  DE/A/1555  20th March 1787

Contents:
Joseph Musgrave of St George, Hanover Square (1); George Jennings of Newsellsbury (2); Ambrose Proctor (3).
Manor of Rennesley, farm, and lands, as in DE/A/1553-4

Copy of assignment of Term of 2000 years in trust for Ambrose Proctor  DE/A/1556  20th March 1787

Contents:
John Pares of Leicester, gent (1); Thomas Pares (2); William Bentley and Brough Maltby (3); George Jennings (4); Ambrose Proctor (5); John Cobham (6).
Manor of Rennesley and lands

Copy: Deed of covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/1557  19th December 1829


Related information: (Lists deeds DE/A/1707-1772)

Contents:
Samuel Smith of Woodhall, to George Proctor of Benington. (Quotes lease and release, same date, Waddington, Pickering, Proctor, Smith).
Manor of Rennesley

Wadesmill  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Standon.  DE/A/1558  28th May 1801

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles under will of Daniel Giles (his father).
5 acres in Stoneyfield; 2 acres in Southey; 2 messuages (formerly1) at Wyden End (late of Joseph Meeres); stables and land adjoining; Turnpike House; 2 messuages (late 3) in Wadesmill (late Sexton's); ½ acre in Southfield; ½ acre in Balamsholme; Glews Mead

Report of committee re erection of weighing machine (1806), etc and statement of accounts  DE/A/1559 - 1560  1733-1793

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings of Trustees of Wadesmill Turnpike re Tolls paid by Tenants of Youngsbury and repairs to road

8 papers, letters, notes and a plan  DE/A/1561 - 1568  1782-3

Contents:
Re: property to be bought by David Barclay from Gilbert Gardiner.
[In connection with DE/A/1569].
Property, etc in Wadesmill.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - fine seal of Gardiner on DE/A/1561 (black wax)

Lease for year  DE/A/1569  10th May 1782

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner of Thundridge, to David Barclay of Youngsbury, esquire.
Messuage, etc at Wadesmill with orchard and close adjoining, several other closes in occupation of Joseph Meeres; 5 pieces in Millfield; piece in Oldfield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax - monogram.
Signature - Gardiner

Lease and release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1570 - 1571  10th and 11th May 1782

Contents:
Dorothy Gardiner of Millman Street, St Andrew, Holborn (1); Edward Faircloth of Standon, gent (2); to David Barclay of Youngsbury (3).
Messuages in occupation of George Parker and William Dale; and messuage and lands as in 1569. (Abuttals given). (1 acre abutting on Mill Field, copyhold of manor of Marshalls, Youngs and Sootes).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - Dorothy Gardiner - black wax - armorial.
Gilbert Gardiner - monogram - red wax.
Faircloth Gardiner - device - red wax.
Signatures

MANORIAL  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF THUNDRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Draft court roll  DE/A/1574  17th January 1710

Contents:
? Unfinished Manor of Thundridge

Court book (indexed) with loose index (draft)  DE/A/1575 - 1576  1777-1815

Contents:
Manor of Thundridge

Court book (Indexed)  DE/A/1577  1822-1886

Contents:
Manor of Thundridge

Thundridge  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of papers and plans in brown paper  DE/A/1578 - 1591  1569/70-1827

Contents:
Labelled "Papers relating to claim by Trustees of Thundridge Poor to 1½ acres in the Meadow".
It also includes exchanges, etc re other Charity Lands

Court Baron and Court of Survey  DE/A/1578  Copied 22nd June 1678

Contents:
Manor of Ware Infra, Ware Extra, and Thundridge.
Katherine, Countess of Huntingdon, Lady of the Manors. Certificate re 1½ acres of poor's land in Oxlees (abutting on Church Way, the Moat and the river). Poor to pay 3 pence annually for rent

Deed poll  DE/A/1579  7th May 1662

Contents:
Between Edward Gardiner and poor of Thundridge concerning the 30/- per annum paid to the poor

Transcript of DE/A/1579  DE/A/1580  [n.d.]

Letter  DE/A/1581  Undated

Contents:
From Clutterbuck to D Giles quoting above deed in DE/A/1579 and showing descent of Manor of Thundridgebury

Two unidentifiable plans  DE/A/1582-A/1583  Undated

Contents:
Of poor's land in Thundridge

Notes re poor's land with abuttals set out  DE/A/1584-A/1585  Undated

Copy of Jane Wall's will and extract from same  DE/A/1586-A/1587  Undated

Letter  DE/A/1588  25th Feb 1827

Contents:
Nicholson-Giles re following Counterpart in DE/A/1589

Counterpart: Deed of exchange  DE/A/1589  14th July 1827

Contents:
Trustees of Poor and Daniel Giles. Poor get farmhouse (now 2 tenements) and garden, the Orchard, Dame Annis, Holmes, Bourne Field, Grass pightle, Great Sims, near Nobland Green [Bakers End]. To Giles:- Cottage and barn, etc and 13 perches at Wadesmill, Gt Innage, Herberts Barn close, Stoney Mill, Long Croft, pieces in Langlands, poor's mead. Seal of Bishop of London.
Signatures and seals of trustees.
Endorsement: Directions from Bishop of London to Trustees to deliver up possession of their property

Receipted account  DE/A/1590  15th Feb 1833

Contents:
Re deed in DE/A/1589. Field names

Wadesmill  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge.  DE/A/1591  1st February 1704

Contents:
Admission of Richard Young on death of his father John Young.
Messuage and 10 acres in Wadesmill in occupation of John Sly.
Other personal names

Bond to perform surrender  DE/A/1592  7th January 1708/9

Contents:
Richard Young and William Riddle of Stanstead Abbots, shoemaker.
Messuage and 10 acres in Wadesmill.
Signature - Young

Memorandum of surrender out of court Manor of Thundridge.  DE/A/1593  24th June 1712

Contents:
Richard Young, and John Young, both carpenters of Hertford, to use of John Sly of Wadesmill.
Messuage, etc in Wadesmill Street in occupation of Sly.
Witnesses - Edward Squire,
Ja Smith.
Signatures - Youngs

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1594  24th June 1712

Contents:
Richard and John Young to John Sly

2 copies of Court Roll  DE/A/1595 - 1596  26th January 1712/13

Contents:
Admission of John Sly on surrender of Richard and John Young.
Messuage or tenement (and land) called "Le Wrastlers" in Wadesmill Street and lands in Langlands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court to secure £80  DE/A/1597  27th December 1725

Contents:
John Sly of Wadesmill, Fellmonger, to use of Mary Gardiner of Standon, widow.
Messuage called "Wrastlers" and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Bond on conditional surrender and receipts  DE/A/1598 - 1599  27th December 1725

Contents:
John Sly to Mary Gardiner.
Property - as in DE/A/1597.
Endorsements - Receipts for mortgage money and interest

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/1600  27th August 1728

Contents:
John Sly to use of John Camp of Wareside, Blacksmith.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/1601  27th August 1728

Contents:
John Sly to John Camp.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names

Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction on payment of mortgage money  DE/A/1602  7th August 1732

Contents:
John Camp

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1603  8th August 1732

Contents:
John Sly to use of Elizabeth Pryor of Ware, spinster.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names.
Signature - John Sly

Deed of covenant on surrender  DE/A/1604  8th August 1732

Contents:
John Sly to Elizabeth Pryor.
The Wrastlers and land.
Field names.
Seals - 1 red wax - armorial.
Signatures

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1605  8th August 1732

Contents:
John Sly to Elizabeth Pryor of Ware, spinster.
Signatures - John Sly and John Sly junior

Copy of admission  DE/A/1606  27th December 1732

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Pryor on surrender of John Sly.
"Le Wrastlers" and lands; Manor of Thundridge.
Field names

Memorandum of surrender to various uses  DE/A/1607  16th March 1735/6

Contents:
On marriage of Elizabeth Pryor to William Squire.
The Wrastlers and lands; Manor of Thundridge.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1608  21st August 1755

Contents:
Admission of William Squire on surrender of Elizabeth Pryor and his surrender to use of his will.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1609  14th October 1756

Contents:
William Squire of Ware, maltster, to use of Benjamin Green of Wadesmill, miller.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names

Deed of covenant on absolute surrender  DE/A/1610  14th October 1756

Contents:
Wm Squire to Benjamin Green.
The Wrastlers, etc; Manor of Thundridge.
Field names.
Seals - 1 red wax - armorial.
Signature - Squire

Copy of admission  DE/A/1611  6th January 1757

Contents:
Of Benjamin Green on surrender of William Squire; Manor of Thundridge.
The Wrastlers and lands.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1612  26th October 1687

Contents:
Admission of William Meadcalfe on surrender out of court by John Sly.
2 acres in Langlands abutting on lands of John Adams on the north, way leading from Wadesmill to Downfields on south, land of Thomas Nashe on west

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1613  8th April 1772

Contents:
Admission of Savill Medcalfe, als Cooper, miller, after death of Thomas Medcalfe.
2 acres in Churchfield, and 2 acres in Langlands.
Field names

Deed of covenants on absolute surrender  DE/A/1614  14th September 1773

Contents:
William Siggins to Savil Medcalfe als Cooper.
Piece in Langlands.
Seals.
Signature - Siggins

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1615  22nd November 1816

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Savile Metcalfe Cooper.
1 acre in Langlands

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1616  20th December 1764

Contents:
Admission of Savill Medcalf als Cooper on surrender of Stephen Hanscomb.
Messuage adjoining "the Great Gates".
Abutting on King's highway to East.
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/1617 - 1618  Trinity 1791

Contents:
William Tween, plt, and Mary Tween, defs.
1 messuage, 2 barns, 1 stable, garden, etc

Deed declaring uses of a Fine  DE/A/1619  24th June 1791

Contents:
Miss Mary Tween of Ware, to William Tween of Newhouse, Ware, farmer.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street in tenure of Joseph Green, abutting on Turnpike Road west, estates of Gardiner on north, east, and south. Purchased by John Poole from Gardiner.
Seals - 2 red wax.
Signatures

Purchase agreement  DE/A/1620  23rd May 1792

Contents:
Mary Tween of Ware, to Savil Cooper, the elder, of Wadesmill, miller.
Messuage as in DE/A/1619.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1621 - 1622  26th and 27th November 1792

Contents:
Miss Mary Tween to Savil Metcalfe als Cooper, the elder, of Wadesmill.
Messuage, etc, as in DE/A/1619.
Other personal names.
Seals - 1 red wax.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1623  17th July 1798

Contents:
Savil Metcalfe Cooper, the elder, Savile Cooper, the younger, to Samuel Margerum of Sloane Square, Chelsea.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy Will  DE/A/1624  15th May 1798

Contents:
Of Savill M Cooper, yeoman. Property left to son, S M Cooper

Fines  DE/A/1625 - 1626  Hilary 1800

Contents:
Daniel Giles the younger, plt, and Savil Medcalf Cooper and Hannah his wife.
3 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold and assignment of leasehold  DE/A/1627 - 1628  30th and 31st August 1802

Contents:
In trust to pay debts and then for benefit of his wife and children.
Savile M Cooper and Hannah, his wife to John Appleton of Wanstead, gent, and Martin Noell of Nazeing, gent.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street, in occupation of - Taylor, surgeon, and Turnpike Hall, Mill Mead, the Mill.
Copyhold: Tenement, now 2, and yard etc abutting on highway to the east, and adjoining a messuage called 'Great Gates'; also 'Great Gates', 2 acres known as Backside; Backside Mead; 2 acres in Langlands.
Endorsements - 6th November 1802. Indenture stating that Appleton and Noell may sell any part of the estate

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/1629 - 1630  2nd and 3rd August 1804

Contents:
John Appleton, Samuel Margerum and others to Daniel Giles and his Trustee.
Property - as in DE/A/1627-8

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1631  3rd August 1804

Contents:
Admission of John Appleton on surrender of Savil Medcalf Cooper and admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of John Appleton.
Messuage adjoining the "Great Gates"; "Great Gates"; orchard; "Backside"; "Backside Mead"; 2 acres in Langlands

Abstract of title  DE/A/1632  1694-1802

Contents:
Of John Appleton.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street, formerly in occupation of John Poole, then Mary Tween, etc; abutting on Turnpike Road West, and on land of Gilbert Gardiner on north, south and east.
Other personal names

Deed of Covenant to produce Deeds  DE/A/1633  Undated [1804]

Contents:
Daniel Giles to John Appleton.
[Document not signed]

Bond for procuring Fine or Release and indemnifying against dower  DE/A/1634  3rd August 1804


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1627-8

Contents:
Appleton and Thomas Collin to Daniel Giles.
Seals - 2 red wax.
Signature - Appleton

Lease for a year and Release  DE/A/1635 - 1636  20th and 21st August 1798

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner, Barnard Acres, Samuel Margerum, Savile M Cooper [bankrupt] to Daniel Giles.
Timber yard at Wadesmill abutting on road east, adjoining house in occupation of John Moore south, house formerly of Miss Tween north, and orchard on west

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1637  19th July 1732

Contents:
Of John Waller of Gt Chesterford, Essex, butcher, to use of John Siggens of Wadesmill, blacksmith.
Messuage or tenement in Wadesmill Street, between a messuage late of Robert Kensey, and a messuage late of Richard Young, in occupation of John Tinsley.
Signature - Waller

Bond on absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1638  19th July 1732

Contents:
John Waller and John Siggens.
Property - as in DE/A/1637

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1639  27th September 1732

Contents:
Admission of John Siggens on surrender of John Waller.
Property - as in DE/A/1637
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1640  26th December 1740

Contents:
Admission of William Siggins on death of John Siggins.
Property - as in DE/A/1637.
Other personal names

Bond for quiet enjoyment  DE/A/1641  12th January 1764

Contents:
William Siggins to Benjamin Green of Wadesmill, miller.
Messuage as in DE/A/1637 between messuage of Henry Dellow and a new built messuage of Benjamin Green.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1642  26th December 1764

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Green on surrender of William Siggins.
Messuage or tenement late in occupation of Samuel Odle.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - "Cottage in the occupation of William Saunders"

Surrender, out of court, to use of his will  DE/A/1643  15th August 1767

Contents:
Benjamin Green.
All his copyhold lands: Manor of Thundridge

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1644  27th June 1768

Contents:
Samuel Sexton of Ware, worstedmaker, to use of Benjamin Green of Wadesmill, miller.
3 acres in Langlands, Small Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1645  26th December 1768

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Green on surrender of Sexton and Green's surrender to use of his will.
3 acres in Langlands; Small Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1646  20th April 1750

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Kendrick, an infant, on death of Samuel Warner, and appointment of Wm Sexton as her guardian.
2 acres, 6 roods, in Langlands, 2 closes near the "Four Horse Shoes", abutting on Scrubbs Green to south, road on west (near Stockings), lands of Reynolds east

Account for Elizabeth Kendrick's admission  DE/A/1647 - 1648  1750-1758

Exemplification of Recovery  DE/A/1649  Michaelmas 1757

Contents:
Benjamin Green, demandant, John Tomkins and Elizabeth his wife (nee Kendrick), tenants, Thomas Strickland, vouchee.
Lands at Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Seals - (piece missing) Green wax - Common Pleas

Bond on absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1650  10th March 1758

Contents:
John Tomkins and Elizabeth his wife (nee Kendrick).
Pieces in Langlands, field near "Four Horseshoes"

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1651  10th March 1758

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Green on recovery and surrender of John and Elizabeth Tomkins.
Property - as in DE/A/1646.
Other personal names

Probate of will  DE/A/1652  22nd January 1781; Pr: 19th February 1782

Contents:
Of Benjamin Green.
Property left to Sadler Whitmore of Suffolk and Charles Hurrell of Brunden Hall, Suffolk.
Seals

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1653  15th April 1782

Contents:
Admission of Charles Hurrell on death of Benjamin Green and on surrender of Sadler Whitmore of his ½ part.
Lands in Langlands, 'The Wrestlers', Stoney Hills, Closes near 'Four Horseshoes', and messuage in Wadesmill Street.
Other personal names

Conveyance by Lease and Release (sewn together)  DE/A/1654  17th May 1782

Contents:
Sadler Whitmore of Wiston ose Wissington, Suffolk, to Charles Hurrell of Brunden Hall, Suffolk.
His half part of all the messuages in Thundridge.
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax - device.
Signature - Whitmore

Bundle of Letters, Abstracts of title, lists of lands, all the property of Charles Hurrell. Also receipts for admissions, etc  DE/A/1655 - 1677  Undated [C 1795-8]

Contents:
In connection with his proposed sale to Daniel Giles of all his Wadesmill property.
Field names listed and property described.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1678  4th April 1798

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles the younger, on surrender of Charles Hurrell.
Property - as in DE/A/1653

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1679  6th October 1697

Contents:
Admission of Richard Chubbard junr, (by his father Richard Chubbard, senr) grandson of Elizabeth Osbaston, on her death.
1/3rd part of 2 acres in Boybridge Meade.
Other personal names

Articles of Agreement  DE/A/1680  6th March 1710/11

Contents:
Between Robert Ellis of Parndon, Essex, and Susanna Osbaston of Stanstead Thele, spinster; and John Savell of Thundridge, maltster.
2/3 of 2 - acres in Boybridge Mead.
Witnesses.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1681 - 1682  13th and 14th October 1715

Contents:
Susanna Osbastone of Sacombe, spinster, and Richard Chubbard of London, gent, to John Savell of Wadesmill, Thundridge, gent.
Boybridge Mead, (3 acres).
Seals - black wax, armorial.
Signatures

Copy of absolute surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1683  13th October 1715

Contents:
Susanna Osbastone of Sacombe and Richard Chubbard to use of John Savell.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1684  3rd April 1716

Contents:
Admission of John Savell on surrender of Susanna Osbastone and Richard Chubbard.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1685  24th October 1737

Contents:
Admission of George Savell on death of his mother, Ann Savell.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead; House called Duers with 3 roods belonging, 3 roods abutting on Ninny Wood

Mortgage  DE/A/1686  24th January 1739/40

Contents:
George Savell of Wadesmill, gent, and John Windus of Epping (trustee), to Edward Halsey, citizen and sadler of London.
Freehold part of Boybridge Mead.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Further mortgage dated 23/9/1740; and assignment dated 3rd Nov 1741 to John Malet

Memorandum of surrender out of court. (Mortgage): Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1687  26th January 1739/40

Contents:
George Savell to Edward Halsey.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead

Bond for securing £100  DE/A/1688  23rd September 1740

Contents:
George Savell to Edward Halsey.
Seals - red wax - armorial.
Signature - Savell

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1689  16th October 1741

Contents:
Admission of Edward Halsey on surrender of George Savell and Savell's Release of his Equity of Redemption.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead

Lease and Release  DE/A/1690 - 1691  4th and 5th November 1741

Contents:
George Savell of Wadesmill, Thundridge, and John Windus of Epping, to Edward Halsey, citizen and sadler of London.
Freehold part of Boybridge Mead.
Signatures

Deed to levy a Fine  DE/A/1692  15th April 1752

Contents:
Samuel Towers of Hornsey, clerk, Hannah his wife (heirs of Edward Halsey) to Walter Gibbons of Lincolns Inn, gent.
Boybridge Mead.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/1693  Easter 1752

Contents:
Walter Gibbons, pit, and Samuel Towers and Hannah, his wife, defs.
2 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 1 acre of pasture

Lease and Release  DE/A/1694 - 1695  7th and 8th December 1753

Contents:
Rev Samuel Towers and Walter Gibbons (trustee) to Benjamin Green of Wadesmill.
Boybridge Mead (freehold).
Other personal names.
Signatures

Copy of absolute surrender  DE/A/1696  10th December 1753

Contents:
Of Charles Collyer of Inner Temple, esq, to use of Benjamin Green.
½ part of 2 acres in Boybridge Mead.
Signature - Collyer.

Copy of Court Roll and receipt for fine: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1697-1698  12th June 1754

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Green on surrender of Charles Collyer
Property - as in DE/A/1696

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1699  3rd June 1757

Contents:
Surrender of Benjamin Green to use of his will.
All his copyhold property.
Signature - Benj Green

Abstract of title  DE/A/1700  1715-1781

Contents:
Of Charles Hurrell.
3 acres of land (freehold) in Boybridge Mead.
Other personal names (Osbaston, Saville)

Abstract of title  DE/A/1701  1697-1782

Contents:
Of Chas. Collier Esq and Rev Samuel Towers.
Boybridge Mead

Abstract of title  DE/A/1702  1697-1782

Contents:
Of Charles Hurrell esquire, to a messuage, cottage, and land in Thundridge.
Land in Boybridge Mead, etc, Stony Hills, The Wrestlers.
Other personal names (Osbaston, etc)

Assignment of term of 500 years  DE/A/1703  3rd April 1798

Contents:
Ann Mallet of Muswell Hill, widow of John Mallet, and Charles Hurrell, to John Mesman of Old South Sea House, City of London, in trust for Daniel Giles.
Boybridge Mead (freehold).
Signatures - Ann Malet, Hurrell, and Messman

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1704  10th September 1759

Contents:
Admission of John Windleborough of Aldermanbury, victualler, on surrender of Thomas Mackenzie, of High Cross, cabinet maker.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street abutting on highway to east, land (2 acres) called Ducketts Close, piece in Strackley, messuage in Wadesmill Street in occupation of John Sly.
Other personal names.

Lease for 14 years  DE/A/1705  14th April 1779

Contents:
John Windleborough to Thomas Brown of Wadesmill, tailor.
2 messuages in Wadesmill (adjoining) formerly in occupation of Mrs Carbonell, and 1½ acres, and a barn

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1706  30th April 1784

Contents:
Admission of John Mackenzie on death of his uncle, John Windleborough.
Property - as in DE/A/1704

Bargain and sale (enrolled) and copy  DE/A/1707-1708  13th September 1785

Contents:
Commissioners, by direction of Assignees of John Mackenzie (bankrupt) to Thomas Brown.
Copyhold messuage (formerly in tenure of Mrs Carbonell), messuage adjoining 2 pieces of land belonging.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Memorandum of absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1709  9th December 1785

Contents:
Thomas Peake of Coleman Street, plumber, rawwridg and Thomas Sedgwick of Moorfields, glazier, (assignees of estate of John Mackenzie) to use of Thomas Brown.
Property - as in DE/A/1704
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1710 - 1711  15th December 1785

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Brown and his surrender to use of his will (and paper copy).
Property - as in DE/A/1704.
Fieldnames.
Other personal names

Deed of covenant on surrender, and to produce title deeds  DE/A/1712  1st March 1798

Contents:
Thomas Brown to Daniel Giles.
Ducketts Close and piece in Strakely.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1713  1st March 1798

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles the younger on surrender of Thomas Brown.
Ducketts close and piece in Strakely

Probate of will  DE/A/1714  14th March 1799; Pr: 15th March 1804

Contents:
Of Thomas Brown.
All copyhold property to daughter, Sarah
Grout.
Other personal names.
Seal

Receipts for legacies under will of Thomas Brown  DE/A/1715 - 1717  1804

Contents:
Thomas Brown and Nat Brown.
Alice and George Cook.
John Brown.
Witnesses - Thos Grout, sadler, Thos Stock, wool [?comber], G Randall.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1718  16th January 1806

Contents:
Admission of Mrs Sarah Grout on death of Thomas Brown.
Messuages, etc as in DE/A/1704.
(less Ducketts Close and piece in Strakely).
Field names

Deed of Covenant and Release on surrender  DE/A/1719  12th July 1806

Contents:
Philip Grout of Puckeridge, collarmaker, and Sarah his wife (1); George Cook of Wadesmill, gardener (2); John Brown of Monmouth Street, London, tailor (3); James Smith of Wadesmill, Standon, tailor (4). Messuages as in DE/A/1704 (not Ducketts Close or Strakely).
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1720 - 1723  30th December 1806

Contents:
Admission of James Smith on surrender of Philip and Sarah Grout.
3 receipts for fines and quit-rents.
Messuages, etc as in DE/A/1719

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1724  17th August 1824

Contents:
James Smith to use of Daniel Giles.
Messuages, etc as in DE/A/1719
Other personal names

Copies of Minutes of Cheshunt Turnpike Trustees  DE/A/1725  3rd August 1824; 17th August 1824; 5th October 1824

Contents:
Copyhold messuage at Wadesmill surrendered by Smith to Giles

Schedule of deeds, etc  DE/A/1726  1759-1824

Contents:
Re: an estate at Wadermill "delivered over to Lady Giles Puller by the Trustees of the Cheshunt Turnpike Roads".
Property - as in DE/A/1704-1724

Release (Lease missing)  DE/A/1727  26th May 1733

Contents:
Elizabeth Lowe of Hertford to Jonathan Medcalf of Wadesmill, wheelwright.
Messuages abutting on highway to north, orchard to south, known as "Carpenters"; orchard (above) abutting on Strakely east and Carpenters north

Extracts from Wills  DE/A/1728  Pr: 1799

Contents:
Of Jonathan and Savill Medcalf als Cooper

Lease and Release  DE/A/1729 - 1730  27th and 28th February 1800

Contents:
Savill Medcalf als Cooper of Wadesmill and Susannah, his wife, to Daniel Giles.
Orchard next to "Carpenters".
Field names.
Other personal names

Feoffment  DE/A/1731  3rd November 1802

Contents:
Savil Medcalf als Cooper to Thomas Webb of Downfield Farm, Thundridge, farmer.
4 messuages or cottages called Carpenters abutting on highway to North, orchard to South.

Probate of Will  DE/A/1732  22nd February 1815; Pr: 1st April 1815

Contents:
Of Thomas Webb of Thundridge Hill.
4 cottages at Wadesmill to his wife, Mary Webb.
Seals - F C C

Lease and Release  DE/A/1733 - 1734  16th and 17th May 1825

Contents:
Benjamin Webb, yeoman, of Hertford and Elizabeth his wife, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
4 messuages called Carpenters.
Seals - red wax - device.
Signatures.

Lease and counterpart for 21 years  DE/A/1735 - 1736  24th October 1812

Contents:
Feoffees of Thundridge Charity (Jane Wall) to Thomas Brewster of Wadesmill, miller.
Messuage called "Great Carpenters" and lands.
Endorsements - 31st May 1815 re Almshouses, etc on the land

Assignment of Lease  DE/A/1737  6th October 1821

Contents:
Thomas Brewster to Daniel Giles.
Messuage called "Great Carpenters" and lands.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1738 - 1739  27th and 28th November 1746

Contents:
John Gardiner of Thundridgebury, esq, and Dorothy his wife, to William Siggins of Thundridge, blacksmith.
Dwelling house and Smith's shop.
Seals - armorial - red wax - Gardiner - good.
Signatures

Deed of covenant to stand seized  DE/A/1740  28th March 1772

Contents:
William Siggins to William Siggins, the younger.
Dwelling house and smith's shop.
Signatures

Release of Dower  DE/A/1741  28th November 1780

Contents:
Mary Siggins, widow, of Wadesmill, to William Siggins, blacksmith, her son.
Dwelling house and smith's shop.
Seals - red wax - armorial

Mortgage  DE/A/1742  1st December 1780


Related information: (See DE/A/1744)

Contents:
William Siggins to Mrs Ann Kensey.
Dwelling house and smith's shop.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - 29th May 1782: Assignment of mortgage in trust to William Brow

Bond  DE/A/1743  1st December 1780


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1742

Contents:
William Siggins of Thundridge, blacksmith, to Ann Kensey of Ware.
Dwelling house, etc as in DE/A/1742.
Signature - Siggens

Feoffment  DE/A/1744  29th May 1782

Contents:
William Siggins, blacksmith, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Patmore of Wadesmill, Thundridge, victualler.
Dwelling house and blacksmith's shop.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1745 - 1746  Easter Term 1783


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1744

Contents:
Wm Patmore, plt, and William Siggins and Elizabeth, defs.
1 messuage, 2 shops, one curtilage

Feoffment  DE/A/1747  16th March 1801

Contents:
William Patmore of Thundridge, victualler, to William Barley of Buntingford, blacksmith.
Dwelling house and blacksmith's shop

Will  DE/A/1748  27th April 1811

Contents:
Of William Barley of Thundridge, blacksmith. Property left to wife Mary, and afterwards to his sister, Elizabeth Peacock, copyhold to sister, Sarah Vigis. Thomas Hope Byde to be paid debts out of the estate and to be executor

Abstract of title  DE/A/1749  1746-1811

Contents:
Blacksmith shop at Wadesmill.
Other personal names

Lease for 14 years  DE/A/1750  29th July 1811

Contents:
Thomas Hope Byde of Ware Park (exor for Wm Barley) to Thomas Godfrey Wells of Ware, smith.
Blacksmith's shop and 3 tenements adjoining

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1751 - 1752  29th and 30th December 1824

Contents:
James Peacock of Ware, labourer, and Elizabeth his wife (1); John Corby of Middlesex, carpenter (2); to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury (3).
Blacksmith's shop, etc in occupation of T G Wells.
Other personal names

Fines  DE/A/1753 - 1754  Hilary 1825


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1751-2

Contents:
Blacksmith's shop, etc

WADESMILL; "White Hind", etc  [no ref. or date]

Copy Release (Lease missing) and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1755  11th March 1761

Contents:
Sarah Smith of Potters Bar, to Benjamin Cherry of Hertford, butcher.
Messuage called "the Red Cow" in All Saints in occupation of Wm Gosford; messuage near to the dwelling house of the late Lady Dimsdale in the possession tenure or occupation........ of the said Benjamin Cherry.
Copyhold: White Hind, 1 acre 2 roods called White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church Mead

Copy absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1756  24th March 1764

Contents:
Henry Dellow to use of Benjamin Cherry of Hertford, butcher.
Messuage at Wadesmill in occupation of - Freeman, carpenter.
Signatures

Deed of covenant on absolute surrender  DE/A/1757  24th March 1764

Seals - broken

Contents:
Henry Dellow of Thundridge, yeoman, to Benjamin Cherry of Hertford, butcher.
House at Wadesmill.
Signature - Mark of Dellow.
Endorsements - Receipt for purchase money

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1758  26th December 1764

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Cherry on surrender of Dellow.
Messuage in occupation of - Freeman.
Other personal names

Copy of admission  DE/A/1759  26th December 1777

Contents:
Of Benjamin Cherry on surrender of Sarah Smith: Manor of Thundridge.
Messuage called the White Hind, 1 acre 2 roods called White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church Field.
Other personal names

Copy of Admission  DE/A/1760  27th December 1785

Contents:
Of Benjamin Cherry on death of his father, Benjamin Cherry: Manor of Thundridge.
Messuage in occupation of George Dale, White Hind, White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church Field

Deed of covenants on surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1761  24th June 1799

Contents:
Benjamin Cherry of Hertford, gent, to Daniel Giles the younger, of Lincolns Inn.
Messuage in occupation of George Dale, White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church Field, [not White Hind].
Signature - Cherry

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1762  23rd October 1799

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Benjamin Cherry.
Messuage formerly of George Dale, White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church "Mead"

Note of land which "Mr Giles has purchased of Cherry"  DE/A/1763  Undated [? 1799]

Contents:
Cottage or tenement, White Hind Mead, 3 roods in Church Mead

Lease and Release  DE/A/1764 - 1765  11th and 12th April 1808

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner of London, gent, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
3 cottages adjoining in Wadesmill Street and garden behind and barn.
Seals - red wax.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1766 - 1767  22nd and 23rd January 1811

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to Daniel Giles.
2 messuages at Wadesmill.
Other personal names.
Seals - red wax.
Signatures

Conveyance by Lease and Release  DE/A/1768 - 1769  15th and 16th September 1794

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner of Wadesmill, esquire, to Wm Cunliffe Shawe of Youngsbury.
Old Mill Mead abutting on Broad Mead to East, meadow of Benjamin Cherry to West; Millfield to North; river to South

Thundridgebury  [no ref. or date]

Papers, lists and accounts  DE/A/1770 - 1776  C 1805-1810

Contents:
Re: a survey of the Thundridgebury estate made by Wm Hollingsworth.
Thundridgebury mansion, Bury Farm, Turnpike Hall Farm, Cowards, various other lands.
Field names

Copy of will  DE/A/1777  4th April 1510

Contents:
Of Thomas Gardiner of Wadesmill.
Leaves money for lights in church of "Allhaloen" in Thundridge, and fraternity of Jesus in Ware; also 6/8d towards the making of Wadesmill bridge. Leaves "francis medow otherwyse called Pordewse" to son John.
Other personal names. Pr: 10th May 1510

Copy will  DE/A/1778  2nd August 1550

Contents:
Of John Gardiner, gent and fishmonger of the City of London (St Michael, Crooked Lane) and declaration re whole of his property.
Leaves money to poor in Wadesmill and fishmongers of London; money to repair Wadesmill Bridge and also the road from Wadesmill to Ware; many bequests to servants, relations and his fool.
Manor of Thundridge to his son and afterwards to his brother.
Other personal names.
Endorsed - Notes re Gardiner family

Copy will  DE/A/1779  20th May 1573

Contents:
Of Jane Wall of Wadesmill [she was formerly the wife of John Gardiner, DE/A/1778].
Property in Thundridge to poor of Thundridge and in Steyning to poor of Steyning.
Other personal names

Two leaves from a secular antiphoner  DE/A/1780  Undated [14th century]

Contents:
These formed the outer cover for Jane Wall's Will: being part of a mediaeval Plainsong setting of the Antiphons and Psalms for the Feasts of the Apostles, from the Mass used in a Roman Catholic secular (i e not monastic) cathedral or church

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1781  20th February 1617/18; Pr: 29th March 1625

Contents:
Of James Gardiner.
Manor of Thundridge, etc in above parishes (includes mill at Westmill, Ware).
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Fr Harvey,
Nathaniell Brayne,
Phillip Jordane,
Tempest Cooke

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1782  25th March 1650; Pr: 9th May 1650

Contents:
Of Edward Gardiner.
Tenement in Wadesmill, Standon, to Roger Gardiner; tenement at Shepherds Hill; Floodgates Park, Gt Munden; property in London.
Other personal names

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1783  12th November 1662; Pr: 23rd September 1664

Contents:
Of Edward Gardiner of Thundridge Bury. Manors, etc to son John.
Other personal names

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1784  17th October 1693; Pr: 14th November 1693

Contents:
Of John Gardiner of Thundridge Bury. John Pettyward to have guardianship of his son and heir, Henry.
£5 to poor of Thundridge.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Francis Grange,
John Daniell,
Samuell Brown,
William Aldridge

List of lands "to be mortgaged to Wm Cunliffe Shawe Esq for the sum of £3,700 by Gilbert Gardiner Esq and Dorothy, his Mother"  DE/A/1785  Undated [C1792-3]

Contents:
In Dorothy Gardiner's handwriting. Note on back re her illness.
Field names given and 2½ pages of notes on the Gardiner family. Also says that the deeds are either "in the trunk at Wadesmill" or that Mr. Barclay has them.
Field names.
Other personal names

Certificate  DE/A/1786  17th December 1796

Contents:
Of probate and administration granted to Gilbert Gardiner after death of his mother.
Seals - P C C (in paper)

Exemplification of a Recovery  DE/A/1787  Michaelmas 1781

Contents:
Mannyng, demandent, Allen, tenant, Gardiner, vouchee.
Manor of Thundridge and lands

Abstract of title  DE/A/1788  1717-18

Contents:
Of Gilbert Gardiner to lands in Thundridgebury.
Thundridgebury, Bury Farm, Turnpike Hall Farm. Field names extensively given.

Lease (and counterpart) for 21 years  DE/A/1789 - 1790  5th April 1797

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to Philip Hollingworth.
Thundridgebury House and land

Conveyance by lease and release  DE/A/1791 - 1792  22nd and 23rd January 1811

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner and his trustees, to Daniel Giles.
Thudridgebury house and lands as in DE/A/1787. Messuage and farms, etc in Thundridge. Fully set out.
Field names.
Signatures.

Schedule of Title Deeds  DE/A/1793  1717-1793

Contents:
Of Gilbert Gardiner.
Property - not specified

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1794  1717-1792

Contents:
Of Dorothy Gardiner.
Thundridgebury, etc. Set out in full (Farms, The Bull Inn, etc)

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1795  10th November 1781

Contents:
For suffering a Recovery of estate of late John Gardiner.
Mrs Dorothy Gardiner and Gilbert Gardiner to Mr Joseph Allen.
Various messuages and land, including the mill and mill house. Fully set out.
Endorsements - Memorandum that Gardiner is to sell to Hollingsworth a farm in Thundridge and Ware

Mortgage by lease and release in Fee and counterpart  DE/A/1796 - 1798  1st and 2nd February 1792

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner and Dorothy Gardiner to Joseph Shawe esq.
Lands and Thundridge Bury in Thundridge:
Bury Field, Great Berkal ose Rockall, New Close, Asseys Leys, Bushes Leys, Barn Close, Pound Close, Mansfield, Tufnels, Pasture Close, Upper Sowley, Perry Croft, Matchams, Hopground, Anseywood, Lower Sowleys,
Sibleys Meadow, Pieces in Further Churchfield Common; Long Spring, Rooms Spring, The Old Wood, Horse Croft.
All D Gardiner
Vicarage Close
Little Meadow
Over-water ose Overthwart.
All Hollingsworth
Orchard Close, Sloe Close, Bushey Leys, Ley Croft, Gilhams Close, Sloefield, Gardiners Close, Alms House Close, Innage, Pieces in Thunder Marsh, Pieces in Strakely.
All in tenure of William Petts

Lease and Release and Transfer of mortgage  DE/A/1799 - 1800  14th-15th August 1793

Contents:
Joseph Shawe esq, by direction of Gilbert Gardiner to Joseph Osgood Freame esq.
Property - as in DE/A/1796-8.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Joseph Osgood Freame,
Wm Watson,
Daniel Bell,
R Barclay.
Endorsements - Reconveyance: Freame and others to Gardiner

Counterpart of Lease for 21 years  DE/A/1801 - 1802  16th December 1805

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner esq to Thomas Webb, and agreement (small scrap of paper) between Thomas Webb and G Gardiner re payment of Land Tax.
Bury Farm and Hill Farm.
Signatures

Lease and Release in fee (exchange of lands)  DE/A/1803 - 1804  26th and 27th December 1806

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to Daniel Giles.
Piece of Bridge Mead (now a garden), pieces in Thundermarsh.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of title  DE/A/1805  1796 and 1824

Contents:
Of Sampson Hanbury to lands belonging to Downfield Farm to be exchanged with Daniel Giles.
9 pieces in Langlands, Pale Mead, Sloe Mead, and other lands in occupation of Isaac, Goodwin, and Savill

Lease and Release and Exchange  DE/A/1806 - 1807  1st and 2nd September 1834

Contents:
Sampson Hanbury and Benjamin Giles King.
(Plan attached). Pieces in Langlands, etc, schedule of lands.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1808  23rd December 1708

Contents:
John Pettiward and Henry Turner, serjeant-at-law (1); John Gardiner of Thundridgebury (2); to Thomas Kilpin of Inner Temple.
Thundridgebury, Bury Farm, and other property in Thundridge, Gt Munden and Standon.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals - 3 - armorial.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Bargain and sale to Gerard Van Neck, merchant, of London, of Manor of Brockholds. 21st June 1746

Marriage Settlement (John Gardiner and Susanna Silvester)  DE/A/1809  22nd October 1717

Contents:
John Gardiner of Thundridgebury (1); John Silvester of Birthwaite, Yorks, esq, Susanna Silvester of Tower of London, spinster, and Daniel Pettiward of Putney (2).
Manor of Brockholds and lands at Levens Green (fully set out) and various farms and land at Thundridge (except T/bury).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/1810  19th March 1719/20

Contents:
John Gardiner to John Ward of Inner Temple.
Thundridgebury and Farm, Shawes farm, etc, mill and other property. (Fully set out).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - John Gardiner.
Endorsements - (1) Assignment of mortgage:
Ward to Peter Legh of (? Lune) Cheshire, and Henry Wright of Moberley, and receipt, 10th August 1728. (2) Assignment: Legh and Wright to Bunbury, 8th June 1734.
(3) Assignment: Bunbury to John Gardiner junr, 8th June 1743

Probate copy of will  DE/A/1811  18th February 1724/5; Pr: 14th November 1727

Contents:
Of John Gardiner of Thundridge.
Property - not specified.
Other personal names

Deed to declare uses of a fine, also Fine  DE/A/1812 - 1813  30th April 1742 Easter Term 1742

Contents:
John Gardiner to Francis Welles of the Middle Temple.
Lands at Levens Green (fully set out), Thundridge, Bengeo, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/1814 - 1815  15th and 16th June 1742

Contents:
John Turner of Cold Overton, Leics and Walter Pettiward of Enfield (trustees under will of John Gardiner) to John Gardiner of Thundridge.
Thundridgebury, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/1816 - 1817  11th and 12th February 1744/5

Contents:
John Gardiner to Edward Bowles of Holborn, gent.
Thundridgebury Farm and lands (fully set out).
Field names.
Other personal names

Bond for payment of £1,000 and interest  DE/A/1818 - 1819  12th February 1744/5

Contents:
John Gardiner to Edward Bowles; also Gardiner's agreement to produce his father's marriage settlement

Deed of Covenant and Agreement re a Trust Term of 99 years  DE/A/1820  12th February 1744/5

Contents:
John Gardiner to Edward Bowles.
Thundridgebury and various messuages.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release on Marriage Settlement  DE/A/1821 - 1822  17th and 18th October 1748

Contents:
John Gardiner and Dorothy his wife (1); John Gilbert Cooper and Godfrey Webster of Hornchurch (2).
Thundridgebury, mill, messuages, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Mortgage and counterpart  DE/A/1823 - 1824  18th June 1750

Contents:
John Gardiner to Arthur Annesley of Inner Temple, esq.
Messuages in Thundridge and Standon.
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/1825 - 1826  18th and 19th June 1750

Contents:
To uses of Mr Gardiner's Marriage Settlement.
Edward Bowles, gent, to John Gilbert Cooper and Godfrey Webster.
Thundridgebury Farm and lands belonging:
Hitherchurch Field, Meacham, The Wood, The Hopground, Berry Field, New Close, Asses Lays, Bushey Lay, Further Church Field, Piece in Mansfield Common, Great Meadow, Overthwait Meadow, Rockall Meadow, Pound Close.
Field names.
Other personal names

Further mortgage and counterpart  DE/A/1827 - 1828  18th June 1752

Contents:
John Gardiner to Arthur Annesley.
Messuages, etc in Thundridge and Standon, as in DE/A/1823-4.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - 1st May 1759. Assignment of mortgage: Annesley to John Gilbert Cooper

Copy: will  DE/A/1829  3rd May 1759 (Note says: proved 1760 Or 1761)

Contents:
Of John Gardiner.
Leaves his property to wife, Dorothy, and afterwards to his cousin, Francis Wells and his heirs

Assignment of mortgage and bond  DE/A/1830  9th March 1761

Contents:
John Gilbert Cooper to Mrs Dorothy Gardiner.
Thundridgebury, and farm, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Assignment in trust for Mrs Gardiner (and counterpart)  DE/A/1831 - 1832  4th May 1761

Contents:
Samuel Dashwood and Rev J Menteath to Godfrey Webster and Mr Hall.
Thundridgebury and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/1833  14th May 1777

Contents:
Mrs D Gardiner to Rev I M Bingham of Bishops Stortford.
Thundridgebury, etc (previously mortgaged to Annesley)

Mortgage of £500 and interest  DE/A/1834  14th May 1777

Contents:
Mrs D Gardiner to Rev I Bingham.
Thundridgebury, etc.
Field names.
Seal.
Signatures

Mortgage (Assignment of)  DE/A/1835  25th February 1779

Contents:
Rev I M Bingham and others (by direction of Mrs Gardiner) to Edward Faircloth.
Thundridgebury, etc.
Endorsements - 3rd January 1792.
Assignment of mortgage: M Wyman to Dorothy and Gilbert Gardiner

Further security for £300 lent on Bond  DE/A/1836  26th December 1782

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner and Mrs D Gardiner, to Mr John Prior of Anstey.
Thundridgebury, etc.
Other personal names

Deed of Exchange  DE/A/1837  10th December 1788

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner and William Pemble.
Little Sowleys to Pemble. Pieces in Mansfield common; Millers Bourne.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed of Exchange and counterpart  DE/A/1838 - 1839  11th September 1790

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner and William Walley and Mr Thomas Bingley.
Piece of ground abutting west on Turnpike road, to Walley and Bingley; Little Rockall Mead to Gardiner.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of leases  DE/A/1840  1783-1805

Contents:
Gardiner and Savil Medcalf als Cooper, Hollingworth.
Mill, mill house, land (in Standon), Thundridgebury, Turnpike Hall, Bury Farm, Hill Farm.
Other personal names

Letter re property bought from Acres by Giles  DE/A/2546 - 2547  18th August [?year]

Contents:
Also one sheet of notes on the property

Attested copy of Marriage Settlement  DE/A/2548  22nd October 1717

Contents:
John Gardiner and Susanna Silvester.
Messuage in Wadesmill Street and lands; malthouse; [field names set out].
Excludes lands "not sold to Mr David Barclay".
Field names

Attested copy of Deed to declare uses of a Fine  DE/A/2549  30th April 1742 (Copied 1786)

Contents:
John Gardiner to Francis Welles of Middle Temple, London, gent.
Lands and messuage as in DE/A/2548

Copy of Mr Gardiner's Settlement on Dorothy, his wife  DE/A/2550  18th October 1748

Attested copy of Will  DE/A/2551  3rd May 1759 (Copied 1786)

Contents:
Of John Gardiner.
Thundridgebury, etc.
Other personal names

Attested copy of bargain and sale for suffering a recovery and declaring the uses  DE/A/2552  10th November 1781

Contents:
Dorothy Gardiner, widow (1); Gilbert Gardiner of Thundridgebury (2); Joseph Allen (3); Francis Mannyng of Staple Inn (4).
Messuages and lands in Thundridge; also Thundridgebury, etc.
Field names.
Other personal names

Attested copy of a recovery  DE/A/2553  Michaelmas 1781

Contents:
Francis Mannyng, gent, dem, Joseph Allen, gent, tenant, Gilbert Gardiner, vouchee.
Manor of Thundridge; Thundridgebury; messuages in Thundridge

Notice to constables of Thundridge and elsewhere  DE/A/2554  13th January 1747

Contents:
To apprehend Thomas Parker re bastardy case (Elizabeth Stapleton).
Signature - Thomas Plumer Byde

Gamekeepers' certificates and notice re poaching, etc. Transportation notice to poachers DE/A/2559  DE/A/2555 - 2559  1796-1816

Contents:
Youngsbury estate

Perambulation of bounds of parish of Thundridge  DE/A/2560  27th May 1778

Contents:
Field names given

Copy of a case  DE/A/1841  25th September 1811

Contents:
Re right of free warren over an inferior manor and sporting and appointing game-keeper by inferior Lord.
Cases quoted from 1585-1730

THUNDRIDGE, King's and Cowards Farms  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will  DE/A/1842  3rd May 1744

Contents:
Of William Hall of Gt Amwell.
Messuages in Gt Amwell and Thundridge to daughter, Susanna Osborn Pemble.
Other personal names. Pr: 27th June 1744

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1843  26th December 1744

Contents:
Admission of Susanna Osborne Pemble on death of William Hall.
King's Farm: Green in front of house, Best Croft, Best Close, Best Croft (4 acres), Land Croft, Kidney Hills.
Cowards: Fanners, Part of 5 acre piece, etc in Langlands, Piece in Churchfield, Piece in Mansfield, Piece in Strakely, Millers Bourne, Close near Sprangewell, Broad Mead.
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of Will  DE/A/1844  3rd December 1767

Contents:
Of Susanna Pemble leaving property in trust for her grandchildren.
Names: Wells, Proctor (son-in-law), Comport, Pemble.
Property - not specified.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1845  8th April 1772

Contents:
Admission of William Pemble on death of Susanna Pemble.
Farms and land as in DE/A/1843.
Field names.
Other personal names

Agreement for exchange of lands  DE/A/1846  26th October 1774

Contents:
When Gilbert Gardiner comes of age, between Godfrey Webster, trustee for Gilbert Gardiner, and William Pemble of Cobham. Meanwhile they will let the land to each other.
Pemble to have Little Sowleys and Webster to have a piece abutting on Thrift to east, road to south, avenue to north, and further Churchfield west, also 2 pieces in Mansfield Common.
Witnesses - Dorothy Gardiner and Ambrose Proctor (agreement in Dorothy Gardiner's handwriting).
Signatures

Lease and Deed of exchange  DE/A/1847 - 1848  9th and 10th May 1788

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner of Thundridgebury and Dorothy Gardiner, and William Pemble of Cobham, Kent, esquire.
Property - as in DE/A/1846.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy Certificate for Redemption of Land Tax  DE/A/1849  17th December 1803

Contents:
William Pemble.
Farm house, etc in Thundridge and Cow leases in Gt Amwell

Copy of office copy of will  DE/A/1850 - 1864  2nd December 1815

Contents:
Of William Wells of Cobham, and bundle of papers re family pedigree, etc
(Pembles, Comports, etc).
Other personal names. Pr: 27th April 1819
Bundle of papers 1733-1825

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1865  8th July 1824

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Wells, Elizabeth Parsons, Frances Comport, Catherine Cross and Rebecca Knight, on death of William Pemble.
Property - as in DE/A/1843 and Perry Croft and Middle Mead.
Other personal names

Copy of Will  DE/A/1866  16th September 1824

Contents:
Of Frances Comport.
Legatees include:- Peggy Tower, Rebecca Knight, Catherine Cross, Frances Mungeam, etc.
Other personal names. Pr: 10th November 1824

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1867  1744-1824

Contents:
Of Thomas Wells, Richard Parsons, and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine Cross and Thomas Knight and Rebecca his wife.
7/8th parts of copyhold in Manor of Thundridge. As in DE/A/1843.
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1868  1788 [1825 on cover]

Contents:
Parties - as DE/A/1867.
7/8th parts in 2 closes of freehold:
Little Sowleys (exchanged with Gardiner).
Field names.
Other personal names

Pedigree  DE/A/1869  1703-? C1824

Contents:
William Hall (Pemble, Wells, Comport, etc).
Other personal names

Copy of agreement  DE/A/1870  26th March 1825

Contents:
Wells and Knight and Cass and Chuck.
Farm in Thundridge (7/8th parts) occupied by Mrs E Harridence

Lease and Release in fee and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1871 - 1872  23rd and 24th June 1825

Contents:
Thomas Wells and Susanna, his wife, Richard Parsons and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine Cross, Thomas Knight and Rebecca his wife (1); John Cass of Ware, banker (2); to Danial Giles (3).
3/8th shares in lands as in DE/A/1843 (copyhold) and Little Sowleys,
Seals.
Signatures

Agreement to procure conveyance and surrender of 1/8th part  DE/A/1873  7th August 1826

Contents:
William Mungeam of Meopham (1); Daniel Giles (2); Benjamin King, Wm Mungeam, C W Puller, John Cooper (3).
1/8th part of Kings and Cowards Farms

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1874  16th August 1826

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin King on surrender of Thomas Wells and others.
Ground where King's "formerly stood" and land as in DE/A/1843

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender 2/8th parts of 1/8th part of freehold and copyhold  DE/A/1875 - 1876  6th and 7th May 1829

Contents:
Glover Mungeam and Frances Mungeam to Daniel Giles.
Kings and Cowards.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1877  7th May 1829

Contents:
Glover Mungeam and Frances Mungeam to Daniel Giles.
King's and Cowards Farms.
Field names

Lease (endorsed) and Release and draft  DE/A/1878 - 1879  31st July and 1st August 1832

Contents:
William Mungeam and Robert Mungeam to Benjamin Giles King.
2/8th parts of 1/8th part of freehold of King's and Cowards.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Draft surrender and surrender out of court: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1880 - 1881  1st August 1832

Contents:
William Mungeam and Rebecca Mungeam to Benjamin Giles King (to use of will of Daniel Giles).
2/8th parts of 1/8th part of King's and Cowards farms.
Field names

Conveyance by Lease and Release  DE/A/1882  12th and 13th July 1836

Contents:
John T Mungeam (1); Dame Louisa Puller (2); to Benjamin Giles King (3) 1/8th part of 1/8th freehold lands (Little Sowleys).
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Memorandum: Absolute surrender out of court Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1883  13th July 1836

Contents:
John T Mungeam to Benjamin Giles King.
Property - as in DE/A/1843

Lease and Release and Receipt for sale of Consols  DE/A/1884 - 1886  16th and 17th November 1837

Contents:
Henry Mungeam to Benjamin Giles King under will of Daniel Giles.
1/8th share in King's and Cowards Farms.
Field names

Memorandum of absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1887  17th November 1837

Contents:
Henry Mungeam to use of Benjamin Giles King.
1/8th part of lands, as in DE/A/1843.
Field names

Conveyance  DE/A/1888  22nd September 1841

Contents:
Of Thomas Mungeam to Dame Louisa Giles Puller.
Share of Little Sowleys.
Field names.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1889  22nd September 1841

Contents:
Thomas Mungeam to Lady Giles Puller.
2/8th parts of King's and Cowards.
Field names

Conveyance  DE/A/1890  9th August 1844

Contents:
Miss Katherine Mungeam to Lady Giles Puller.
Share in Kings and Cowards Farms (freehold).
Seals.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1891  9th August 1844

Contents:
Miss K Mungeam to Lady Giles Puller.
Share of Kings and Cowards (copyhold)

THUNDRIDGE, Windmill  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  DE/A/1892 - 1893  16th and 17th December 1793

Contents:
Savil Medcalf Cooper of Wadesmill, gent, to S M Cooper junr, mealman.
1½ acres in Strakeley and windmill erected thereon

Mortgage  DE/A/1894  18th December 1793

Contents:
Savil M Cooper to Benjamin Cherry of Hertford.
Windmill and 1½ acres in Strakeley.
Field names

Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/1895  14th February 1798

Contents:
Commissioners of bankruptcy to Barnard Acres of Bayford, farmer, and Samuel Margerum of Hackney, assignees of estate of Savil M Cooper.
"freehold new built post mill" and land and Strakeley

Lease for a year and conveyance in fee  DE/A/1896 - 1897  24th and 25th April 1798

Contents:
Benjamin Cherry of Hertford (1); Acres and Margerum (2); Savil M Cooper (3); John Jessup of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex (4) and John S Jessopp (5) [to Barnard Acres].
Windmill and 1½ acres land.
Seals.
Signatures

Conveyance of life estate  DE/A/1898  5th June 1847

Contents:
Barnard Acres, senior, to Barnard Acres, junior.
Windmill and land

Conveyance  DE/A/1899  26th June 1847

Contents:
Barnard Acres and wife (1) to Randall Acres (2); George Gisby (3).
Windmill and 2 roods of land.
Seals.
Signatures

Certificate pursuant to "An Act for the Abolition of Fines------"  DE/A/1900  26th June 1847

Contents:
Martha Acres, wife of Barnard Acres.
Witnesses - Joseph Jessopp and W Baker

Mortgage  DE/A/1901  22nd November 1859

Contents:
Mr Randall Acres of Thundridge, farmer, to Daniel Peck of Amwell.
2 roods in Strakeley.
Field names

Release of Mortgage  DE/A/1902  18th March 1865

Contents:
Daniel Peck to Randall Acres.
2 roods and windmill on Strackley

Abstracts of Title (2)  DE/A/1903 - 1904  1793-1865

Contents:
Randall Acres.
1½ acres and windmill in Strackley Common.
Field names.
Other personal names

"Requisitions on Title", in connection with conveyance  DE/A/1905  Undated [C1865]

Contents:
Randall Acres to Arthur G Giles Puller

Conveyance  DE/A/1906  28th September 1865

Contents:
Randall Acres of Thundridge, farmer, to Arthur G Giles Puller.
2 roods and the windmill in Strackley.
Seals - red wax - device.
Signature - Acres

THUNDRIDGE, Scrubbs Green  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment by deed poll  DE/A/1907  10th April 1650 or 1659

Contents:
Michael Reynolds of Hertingfordbury, husbandman, to Richard Reynolds of Thundridge, husbandman.
The Grove (in parish of Thundridge and Lordship of Ware) in occupation of Thomas Gillson, abutting on land called Robbyns to north, lane called Laycroft Lane, and Tystey to south.
Field names.
Endorsements - Agreement between Thomas Gillson and Richard Reynold (mostly illegible

Demise for 1000 years  DE/A/1908  23rd October 1677

Contents:
Sarah Reynolds of Thundridge, widow, to Robert Reynolds of Thundridge, yeoman, her son and heir.
1 acre called Grove.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1909  ? 8th January 1715/16

Contents:
Richard Reynolds under will of his father, Robert Reynolds; Richard is to pay £60 to his brother Robert - if not Robert to have the property.
Messuage or tenement called "Shrubs" and a piece in Strakely

Bargain and sale  DE/A/1910  3rd September 1716

Contents:
Richard Reynolds of Therfield, wheelwright, to Robert Reynolds of Widford, wheelwright.
The Grove.
Seals - 1 red wax.
Signatures - Richard Reynolds and Mary Reynolds (mark)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1911  4th November 1723

Contents:
Admission of Robert Reynolds on surrender of Richard Reynolds.
Messuage or tenement called Schrubbs and land, also 1 piece in Strakely.
Other personal names

Appointment  DE/A/1912  22nd October 1737

Contents:
By Mary Reynolds (sister of Robert Reynolds, deceased) of Samuel Clinton of Netteswell, Essex, mealman, as her guardian.
Property - not specified.
Signature - Mary Reynolds

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1913  6th August 1740

Contents:
Admission of Mary Chappell by Samuel Clinton, her guardian.
Messuage and orchard at Scrubbs Green, 5 acres, and 1 acre in Churchfield and ½ acre in Strakely.
Endorsements - Endorsed "Turnpike Hall"

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1914  2nd November 1743

Contents:
Admission of Mary Chappell on attaining the age of 21 years; surrender of Mary and James Chappell to use of Wm Siggens of Wadesmill Street, farrier; admission of Wm and Mary Siggens and their surrender to use of his will.
Messuage and lands at Scrubbs Green as in DE/A/1913

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/1915 - 1916  10th and 11th November 1743

Contents:
James and Mary Chappell of Saffron Walden to William Siggens of Wadesmill, blacksmith.
The Grove close

Fine  DE/A/1917  Michaelmas 1743


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1915-1916

Contents:
Wm Siggens, plt, and James Chappell and Mary his wife, and Jane Springham, defs.
2 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture in Thundridge and Sawbridgeworth

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1918  11th November 1743

Contents:
James Chappell to William Siggens.
Signature - Chappell

Receipted lawyers accounts  DE/A/1919 - 1921  November 1743 and 10th April 1744

Contents:
In connection with Siggens' purchase from Chappell

Mortgage  DE/A/1922  7th July 1770

Contents:
William and Mary Siggens to Ann Perks.
The Grove close; Messuage at Scrubbs Green, and land.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Bond to pay mortgage money  DE/A/1923  7th July 1770

Contents:
Wm Siggens to Mrs Perks.
Property - as in DE/A/1922.
Signature - Torn off

Memorandum of mortgage by surrender out of court: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1924  7th July 1770

Contents:
Wm and Mary Siggens to Ann Perks.
Messuage at Scrubbs Green and land.
Witnesses.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 11th September 1773:
Acknowledgment of mortgage money paid by Dorothy Gardiner to Ann Bateman (formerly Perks)

Copy of Marriage Settlement  DE/A/1925  21st January 1771

Contents:
Ann Perks to Thomas Bateman.
The Grove and messuage and lands at Scrubbs Green

Copy of Assignment in trust on mortgage  DE/A/1926  21st January 1771

Contents:
Mrs Ann Perks and Mr Thomas Bateman.
Property - as DE/A/1925

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/1927 - 1928  10th and 11th September 1773

Contents:
Wm Siggens and Mary, his wife, to Dorothy Gardiner of Thundridgebury.
The Grove (freehold)

Receipt for mortgage money  DE/A/1929  11th September 1773

Contents:
Wm Siggens to Dorothy Gardiner - money paid to Ann and Thomas Bateman.
Signatures

Copy: absolute surrender  DE/A/1930  11th September 1773

Contents:
Of Wm and Mary Siggens to use of Mrs Dorothy Gardiner; Manor of Thundridge.
Messuage, etc at Scrubbs Green

Lease for a year (Release missing) (? in connection with mortgage)  DE/A/1931  1st February 1792

Contents:
Mrs D Gardiner to Joseph Shawe.
Messuage at Scrubbs Green called Turnpike Hall; orchard, etc; pieces in Churchfield and Strakely

Counterpart of Lease (? in connection with mortgage)  DE/A/1932  19th June 1797

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to Savil Medcalf Cooper.
Turnpike Hall and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1933  10th February 1848

Contents:
Admission of Dame Louisa Giles Puller.
Scrubbs Green

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/1934  24th October 1833

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Giles King to a piece of waste of the manor near Fanhams Hall.
(Subject to a bridleway to Thundridge)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1935  10th February 1848

Contents:
Admission of Lady Puller for life and Christopher W Puller.
Piece of waste near Fanhams Hall. Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1936  28th October 1858

Contents:
Admission of Christopher W Giles Puller under will of his mother, Dame Louisa Giles Puller.
Scrubbs Green [and all other copyholds]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1937  25th March 1865

Contents:
Admission of Arthur G Giles Puller in tail male under will of Daniel Giles and after death of C W G Puller.
(Enfranchisement of copyhold).
Property - as DE/A/1934

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1938  25th March 1865

Contents:
Admission of Arthur Giles Giles Puller under will of his father, C W Giles Puller.
(re enfranchisement of copyholds)
Scrubbs (Snubbs) Green

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1939  24th February 1877

Contents:
Surrender of Arthur G Giles-Puller to use of himself in fee to bar entail.
Property - as in DE/A/1934
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1940  11th December 1885

Contents:
Admission of Charles Giles Puller esquire.
Waste near Fanhams Hall and Scrubbs Green. Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge

Deed of enfranchisement of copyhold premises  DE/A/1941  19th July 1889

Contents:
George Rastrick esq, and Henry Rastrick to Charles Giles Puller and trustees under will of Arthur G Giles Puller.
Property - as DE/A/1940

List of "deeds"  DE/A/1942  28th October 1858 - 19th July 1889


Related information: DE/A/1936-1941

Contents:
Re: manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge

THUNDRIDGE, Sprangewell  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DE/A/1943  1739 - 1801

Contents:
Of Devisees of John Proctor, deceased.
Freehold lands in Thundridge, Slow Crofts, Grudges, Strackley, Langlands, Churchfield, meadow between Langlands and Boybridge mead, messuage at Sprangewell

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1944  22nd July 1801

Contents:
Admission of George Proctor on death of John Proctor, his father.
Land near Sprangewell, pieces in Langlands, piece in Strackley

Abstract of title  DE/A/1945  1740 - 1801

Contents:
Of George Proctor.
Copyhold lands (manor of Thundridge), Pieces in Langlands, Stratley.
Other personal names - (Sherwin, etc)

Release of an Annuity of £32.10s  DE/A/1946  23rd February 1802

Contents:
Charged on Mr Proctor's estate.
Miss Jane Taylor of Ware, to Mrs Hannah Proctor, widow, and other devisees in trust of John Proctor.
Slow Croft, Long Mead, Goodiers [Grudges].
Signatures - Mark of Jane Taylor

Letter and two lists of fields offered for sale to Daniel Giles  DE/A/1947 - 1949  1816

Contents:
Lower Shott, Meadow, Gravel Pit, Windmill [Strackley] Common, Churchfield, Slow Croft, The Bottom, Grudges, Langlands.
Field names

Conveyance by Lease and Release in Fee  DE/A/1950 - 1951  25th and 26th April 1817

Contents:
Hannah Proctor of Ware, Capel Hanbury of Tottenham, John Green of Ware [Devisees in trust under will of John Proctor] (1); George Proctor of Mardox (2) to Daniel Giles (3).
Slow crofts, Goodgers [Grudges], pieces in Langlands, piece in Church-field.
Signatures - Hannah Proctor, Capel Hanbury, John Green, George Proctor

Deed of Covenants for title on surrender of copyholds  DE/A/1952  26th April 1817

Contents:
George Proctor of Mardox, esquire, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Pieces in Langlands and Stratley commons.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - Proctor

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/1953  17th June 1785

Contents:
Admission of John Moore Adams.
Rye croft

Copy of absolute surrender  DE/A/1954  1st March 1794

Contents:
J Adams to use of William King.
Piece in Strakely and Rye Croft (part of which has been dug for gravel).
Endorsements - Memorandum in King's writing re his admission, and surrender of other lands

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1955 - 1956  16th February 1795

Contents:
Admission of William King on surrender of John Moore Adams.
(Note re purchase of gravel by Turnpike Trust on paper attached).
Piece in Strakely and Rye Croft

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1957  25th August 1813

Contents:
Surrender of William King to use of Daniel Giles.
Ryecroft

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1958  26th December 1740

Contents:
Admission of James Windus of Ware on death of his father, James Windus; and his surrender to use of Ambrose Procter. Admission of Procter.
Pasture near Sprangewell, piece in Langlands common field

Release of Right and confirmation of copyhold  DE/A/1959  27th March 1742

Contents:
John Sherwin esq, to Ambrose Procter.
Piece near Sprangewell and piece in Langlands

Copy of memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/1960  13th April 1742

Contents:
Of Ambrose Procter to use of his will.
All his copyhold lands.
Witnesses - George Hayne,
William Hall.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1961  30th September 1747

Contents:
Admission of George Procter under will of Ambrose Procter.
Piece of land near Sprangewell and in Langlands

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1962  17th June 1785

Contents:
Admission of John Procter after death of his father, George Procter.
Piece near Sprangewell and piece in Langlands.
Field names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1963  26th December 1768

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Docura of Ware on surrender of Samuel Perkins of Widford, yeoman.
1 acre in Langlands

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1964  2nd December 1791

Contents:
Admission of William King on surrender of Thomas Docura.
1 acre in Langlands

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/1965  16th February 1795

Contents:
Admission of John Procter on surrender of William King.
1 acre in Langlands and a piece in Strakeley

Further abstract of title  DE/A/1966  23rd February 1802

Contents:
Of John Proctor.
Slow Crofts, Long Mead, Goodiers.
Other personal names

Abstract of Title  DE/A/1967  1719-1824

Contents:
Of George Proctor.
Wicken Close, and Red Cross, and Fox Croft

Lease and Release  DE/A/1968 - 1969  21st and 22nd June 1708

Contents:
Ralph Carter of Thundridge, yeoman, to John Gardner of Thundridge, gent.
Close called Wickefield Close, (2 acres) abutting on Wickefield common field, lane leading to "Poole Well" on south and Wickefield on north.
Seals - 1 red wax - device

Lease for a year (release missing)  DE/A/1970  6th May 1782

Contents:
Silvanus Bevan of Lombard Street, banker, to Gilbert Gardiner of Thundridge.
1 acre in Redlands abutting on a lane called "Burley Lane alias Plowes Lane" [? Poles] north; 2 acres called Redlands and a barn, abutting on Birds Lands to south and west, and on land late of Jane Wall to south and east; 1 acre in Burley; 1½ acres in Little Redlands; messuage called "Powells".
Signature - Bevan.
Endorsements - Notes: one in pen
"Supposed to be part of Poles Farm" and one in pencil "These appear to relate to lands sold with Downfield Farm But"

Memorandum absolute surrender  DE/A/1971  11th May 1782

Contents:
Of Silvanus Bevan to use of Gilbert Gardiner.
8 acres of land in Lt Redlands and Burleigh, 10 acres in Wiggens and Pooles, close next to Wicken Lane. Manor of Thundridge.
Signature - Silvanus Bevan

THUNDRIDGE, Vicarage  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (enrolled) under Act for sale of Land Tax  DE/A/1972  4th July 1806

Contents:
Rev H A Lagden, vicar of Ware and Thundridge (1); Lord Auckland and Lord Glenbervie (Commissioners) (2); to Daniel Giles (3).
Vicarage House at Thundridge, piece in Hazeldown, piece in Southwell Hill, piece in Southfield common, piece in Burleigh, the "Garden".
Seals - 4 - 2 armorial.
Signatures

2 letters  DE/A/1973 - 1974  15th September and 23rd October 1806

Contents:
Giles and Gardiner re Giles selling to Gardiner the Vicarage house. On one letter is a copy of an agreement between Giles and Gardiner dated 29th March 1806 re above and also re exchange of lands.
Field names.
Signatures

Feoffment and counterpart  DE/A/1975 - 1976  27th December 1806

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Gilbert Gardiner. Vicarage house and garden. Gardiner shall pull down the Vicarage within 6 months and not erect any other building there

Declaration of Trust  DE/A/1977  14th December 1790

Contents:
Re: estate of late Peter Walley.
Wm Walley and Thomas Bingley to Ambrose Proctor and Wm Windus.
Seals.
Signatures

Release (Deed Poll)  DE/A/1978  19th October 1792

Contents:
Of 1/5th part of Personal Effects of Peter Walley.
James Walley to Exors of Peter Walley deceased.
Other personal names

Release by Deed Poll  DE/A/1979  6th July 1793

Contents:
Of 1/5th part of estate of late Peter Walley.
Thomas Taylor and Ann his wife, to Exors of Peter Walley

Release (Deed Poll)  DE/A/1980  7th January 1796

Contents:
Miss Elizabeth Walley to Exors of late Peter Walley.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Release (Deed Poll)  DE/A/1981  24th May 1798

Contents:
Of 1/5th part of personal estate of Peter Walley.
Miss Charlotte Walley to Exors of late Peter Walley.
Other personal names

Release (Deed Poll)  DE/A/1982  16th February 1801

Contents:
Mr Thomas Walley to Ambrose Proctor Esq.
Other personal names

Copy absolute surrender: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/1983  23rd January 1811

Contents:
Gilbert Gardiner to Daniel Giles.
3 roods abutting South on the river to which Gardiner was admitted on 21st June 1760

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold  DE/A/1984  19th April 1820

Contents:
Charles Cowper of Albany, Piccadilly, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury. Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele.
3 roods in Thundridge abutting south on the river to which Giles was admitted on 29th November 1815.
Signature - Cowper.
Endorsements - Note 25th September 1826
"We present this deed as part of our Virdict". Signed C Oakman and James Baker.

Lease and Release  DE/A/1985 - 1986  19th and 20th September 1760

Contents:
Thomas Plumer Byde of Ware Park to John Gardiner.
Long Mead

THUNDRIDGE Bell Croft  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy will  DE/A/1987  22nd June 1638; Pr: 15th April 1640

Contents:
William Reynolds of Thundridge.
Moiety of house where he now dwells to daughter Dorothy Browne (wife of Wm Browne) and 5 acres (remainder to Elizabeth Godfrey, wife of John Godfrey, his daughter, then to other Godfreys).
Other moiety to said Elizabeth.
Field names - To both daughters:-
1 close copyhold called Westfield.
Piece of copyhold in Ausaye Field (½ acre).
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/1988 - 1989  28th and 29th October 1675

Contents:
John Godfrey (son of Elizabeth and John) to Elizabeth Godfrey of Enfield (sister).
Messuage and 5 acres as in DE/A/1987.
Witnesses - Fr Gillow, sen,
Fran Gillow, jun,
Rees Gwynn.
Seals - covered.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/1990 - 1991  Michaelmas 1675


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1988-89

Receipt for purchase money  DE/A/1992  29th October 1675


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1988-9

Contents:
John Godfrey and Elizabeth Godfrey (his sister).
Messuage and 5 acres

Receipt for purchase money  DE/A/1993  29th October 1675

Contents:
John Parnhill of Standon and Mary his wife, and Elizabeth Godfrey.
Messuage and 5 acres.
Signatures

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/1994  29th October 1675

Contents:
John Godfrey.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/1995  13th November 1675

Contents:
John Godfrey to Elizabeth Godfrey.
Part of messuage and 5 acres

Affidavit  DE/A/1996  26th November 1675

Contents:
By John Godfrey, son of John Godfrey, deceased, re his father's property.
Messuage and 5 acres

Mortgage  DE/A/1997  31st May 1692

Contents:
Elizabeth Godfrey to Nathaniel Maidstone, citizen and fishmonger of London.
Messuage where Wm Reynolds dwelt, now in tenure of Edward Hayward; and 5 acres.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 11th May 1694: Assignment of mortgage to Henry Bedell, in trust

Bond  DE/A/1998  31st May 1692


Related information: In connection with DE/A/1997

Contents:
Elizabeth Godfrey to Nathaniel Maidstone.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/1999 - 2000  14th and 15th May 1694

Contents:
Elizabeth Godfrey of Enfield, spinster, to Dorothy Doe of London, widow.
Messuage and 5 acres.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Will  DE/A/2001  13th January 1695/6

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Godfrey.
Personal estate to Anne Smith, daughter of her sister Dorothy Smith.
Property - not specified.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Charles Burgess, Mary Shindler, William Evins.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/2002 - 2003  14th and 15th April 1709

Contents:
Dorothy Smith of London, widow (late Dorothy Doe) to Daniel Scot, citizen and Merchant Taylor of London (her son-in-law).
Messuage in occupation of Henry Godfrey (formerly of Wm Reynolds) and 5 acres.
Witness - John Scott.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of title  DE/A/2004  1638-1709

Contents:
Of Dorothy Smith, widow, formerly Dorothy Doe, widow, and Daniel Scot.
Messuage and 5 acres in Thundridge.
Other personal names

Extract from Probate copy of Will  DE/A/2005  21st March 1768; Pr: 7th April 1768

Contents:
Of Joseph Scot of Princes Street, London.
Note on dorse "The Will was never executed by the said Joseph Scot".
In London, Kent, Thundridge, etc.
Other personal names

Copy will  DE/A/2006  29th March 1768

Contents:
Of Joseph Scot and counsel's opinion re validity of will (Wm Wynne) and James Green's statement re the making of the will.
Messuage in occupation of Sibley to Henry Godfrey

Articles of agreement re sale of estate, etc  DE/A/2007  18th March 1769

Contents:
Elizabeth Whitley and others.
Property - "late belonging to Joseph Scott"

Deed to lead the uses of a Fine  DE/A/2008  4th June 1771

Contents:
John Godfrey of Heydon, Cambs, blacksmith, to Samuel Harris of Greenwich, oilman.
Messuage and 5 acres in occupation of Jane Godfrey

Fines  DE/A/2009 - 2010  Trinity 1771

Contents:
Samuel Harris, plt, and John Godfrey, def.
1 messuage, 5 acres, etc

Lease and Release  DE/A/2011 - 2012  10th and 11th February 1773

Contents:
Mary Wells and others [as in DE/A/2007] to John Godfrey of their shares (10/13ths).
Messuage formerly occupied by Henry Godfrey, now by Philip Warren, and 5 acres of land.
Signatures - Mary Wells, Wm Hitchin, Phebe Hitchin, Joseph and John Pool, Jonathan Rouse, Hannah Rouse, James and Elizabeth Brearley, Wilkinson and Mary Pool, Samuel Poole, Wm and Martha Aked, Edw Nelson, R Parker, Charles Dearden

Letter  DE/A/2013  8th August 1792

Contents:
To Mr Neild, attorney, Hertford from ? Nash re sale to Mr Hollingworth of property from Mr Godfrey.
Property - not specified

Lease and Release  DE/A/2014 - 2015  3rd and 4th August 1792

Contents:
John Godfrey late of Heydon, now of Deptford, oilman, to Philip Hollingworth of Thundridgebury.
Messuage in occupation of Henry Warren (late Godfrey) and 5 acres of land.
Other personal names

Letter of attorney  DE/A/2016  4th August 1792

Contents:
Re: arrears of rent.
John Godfrey to Philip Hollingworth in connection DE/A/2014-5.
Messuage and 5 acres

Abstract of title  DE/A/2017  1709-1792

Contents:
Of Philip Hollingworth esq to freehold and copyhold property in Thundridge.
Freehold:- Messuage in occupation of Wm Reynolds; 5 acres adjoining; messuages, etc of Dorothy Smith.
Copyhold:- Rayley Mead (manor of Goldingtons); Bell Croft, Berry Croft

Lease for 21 years (and counterpart)  DE/A/2018 - 2019  29th September 1818

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to Daniel Giles.
Bell Croft Bury; 2 closes (11 acres); and Pale Mead (2 acres)

Lease for 21 years  DE/A/2020 - 2021  29th May 1819

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Piece of land near Bell Croft Bury, whereon a cottage stands which is to be pulled down

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/2022 - 2023  25th November 1820 (Both documents)

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to Daniel Giles.
Site of cottage (late Warren's) (lately taken down); 5 acres; messuage lately erected on part of the 5 acres; Copyhold:- 2 closes called Bell Croft and Berry Croft, in occupation of Wm law; Rayley Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2024  15th June 1685

Contents:
Admission of Richard Lawrence, junr. on death of his father, Richard Lawrence senior.
Closes of land called Bellcroft and Berry Croft (5 acres)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele.  DE/A/2025  15th September 1685

Contents:
Admission of Richard Lawrence junr on death of his father, Richard Lawrence.
Royley Mead (1 acre).
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele  DE/A/2026  13th October 1732

Contents:
Admission of Susan Sibthorpe, wife of John Sibthorpe, under will of Richard Lawrence.
Rayley Mead.
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele  DE/A/2027  17th October 1732

Contents:
John and Susanna Sibthorpe to use of Dr Peter Walley.
Rayley Mead

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2028  17th October 1732

Contents:
Of John Sibthorpe of Widford, yeoman, and Susanna, his wife (one of the daughters of Richard Lawrence) to use of Peter Walley.
2 closes called Bell Croft and Berry Croft.
Field names.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2029 - 2030  27th December 1732

Contents:
Admission of Peter Walley, M D, on surrender of John and Susanna Sibthorpe.
Bell Croft and Berry Croft.
Endorsements - Receipt attached

Receipts  DE/A/2031 - 2032  26th December 1744

Contents:
For fees on admission of Wm Walley on death of his father, Dr Peter Walley.
Bell Croft and Berry Croft

Receipt  DE/A/2033  20th July 1747

Contents:
For fees on admission of Wm Walley on death of his father.
Rayley Mead.

Extracts from Court Rolls  DE/A/2034  1744-1777

Contents:
Of Manors of Goldingtons and Thundridge.
Bell Croft, Berry Croft, Rayley Mead

Memorandum of absolute surrender: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2035  27th July 1790

Contents:
Wm Walley of Gamulls, Lt Amwell, "Doctor in Physick", to use of Philip Hollingworth of Thundridgebury.
Rayley Mead

Memorandum of absolute surrender: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2036  27th July 1790

Contents:
Wm Walley to use of Philip Hollingworth.
1 close (heretofore 2), Bell Croft and Berry Croft

Deed of covenant on surrender: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2037  27th July 1790

Contents:
William Walley, M D, to Philip Hollingworth.
Bell Croft and Berry Croft, and Rayley Mead.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2038  1st November 1790

Contents:
Admission of Philip Hollingworth and his surrender to use of his will.
Rayley Mead

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2039  2nd December 1791

Contents:
Admission of Philip Hollingworth.
Bell Croft and Berry Croft

Receipts for fine and quit rent: Manor of Thundridge  DE/A/2040-2041  2nd December 1791

Contents:
On admission of Philip Hollingworth.
[Bell Croft and Berry Croft]

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2042  16th December 1820

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to use of Daniel Giles.
Rayley Mead

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele  DE/A/2043  25th September 1826

Contents:
Rev Joseph S Pratt of Peterborough and Frances, his wife, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
3½ acres in Rove Oak field, called Dansfield mead, Rayley Mead, Longcroft Bottom, Longcroft Mead.
Signatures - Pratts.
Endorsements - Note: 25th September 1826: "We present this Deed as part of our Virdict" signed C Oakman and James Baker

THUNDRIDGE, Cold Christmas (Swangles)  [no ref. or date]

Lease Counterpart of Mortgage  DE/A/2044 - 2045  24th May and 1st June 1751

Contents:
George Jennings of Newsells Bury, esq to Griffin Ransome of Lambeth, London.
[Original Release with G Jennings according to a note on document].
Messuage called "Swangley alias Bakers" and fields; Pond Croft alias Well Croft, 3½ acres in Millcroft, Caswell Meadow alias Dammead; also tenement late in occupation of Joseph Cook; messuage called "Mountains" and messuage called "Long Garden" in Nuthampstead.
Endorsements - List of deeds in possession of George Jennings 1606-1744

(Assignment of mortgage). Attested copy of Release  DE/A/2046  4th September 1753

Contents:
George Jennings (1); Griffin Ransom (2); and Edward Jennings (3).
Swangleys, etc, as in DE/A/2044-5.
Signatures

Counterpart of Release (no lease) (Assignment of mortgage)  DE/A/2047  9th November 1759

Contents:
George Jennings and Edward Jennings to Charles Boddam of St Andrew, Holborn.
Swangleys, Mountains, etc, as in DE/A/2044-5.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Counterpart of Release (Mortgage)  DE/A/2048  14th March 1765

Contents:
Charles Boddam (1); George Jennings (2); Elizabeth Jennings of Bath (3).
Swangleys, etc, as in DE/A/2044-5

Attested copies of lease and release  DE/A/2049  19th and 20th March 1772

Contents:
Elizabeth Jennings to George Jennings.
Swangleys, etc, as in DE/A/2044-5 (includes weir and fishing house)

Lease and Release for suffering a recovery  DE/A/2050 - 2051  16th and 17th May 1775

Contents:
George Jennings to John Windus.
Swangleys, etc

Exemplification of Recovery  DE/A/2052  Easter Term 1775

Contents:
Swangleys, etc.

Lease and Release and Covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/2053 - 2055  23rd and 24th May 1775

Contents:
George Jennings to John Roberts of Ware.
Swangleys, etc

Two purchase agreements and a bond to perform covenants  DE/A/2056 - 2058  12th September 1774 and 24th May 1775

Contents:
George Jennings, Esq, to Mr John Roberts.
3 messuages and farms called Swangleys, Mountains and Buckney Wood; and Fish House, etc.
Signatures

Mortgage  DE/A/2059  2nd July 1779

Contents:
John Roberts to Richard Corrie of Hertford. Swangleys, Mountains, etc. (Freehold and copyhold).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Receipt for interest 16th November 1782

Bond  DE/A/2060  2nd July 1779


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2059

Contents:
John Roberts to Richard Corrie

Deed of covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/2061  7th July 1778

Contents:
Joseph White to John Roberts [Roberts having sold White part of the Swangles property].
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold, and assignment of Term of 1000 years in trust  DE/A/2062 - 2063  15th and 16th May 1786

Contents:
Richard Corrie (1); John Roberts (2); Ambrose Procter (3) and George Sealy of Ware (4).
Swangleys.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipts

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2064  28th March 1744

Contents:
Admission of George Jennings on death of the Hon Sir John Jennings (Lord High Admiral).
Cottage and 2 closes; messuage called Mountains and 27 acres; 17 acres with "Swangleys

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2065  2nd August 1775

Contents:
Admission of John Roberts after surrender out of court of George Jennings.
Cottage and land; Mountains and 27 acres; 17 acres.
Other personal names.
Endorsements - Memorandum that Mr Roberts has sold the cottage and 2 closes, also Mountains and 1 acre to Thomas Nicholls

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2066  18th and 19th May 1786

Contents:
Admission of Ambrose Proctor on surrender of John Roberts.
27½ acres and 17 acres

Abstract of title  DE/A/2067  1765-1790

Contents:
Of George Proctor to copyhold lands, part of Swangles and Fish House Farms.
Field names

THUNDRIDGE, Linseys als Cold Christmas  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage  DE/A/2068  14th January 1728/9

Contents:
Richard Lawrence to Ralph Wiggs of Bengeo, yeoman, and Arthur Clover of Bengeo, mealman.
Messuage heretofore "Linseys als Christens and now late of Cold Christmas" and 2½ acres - 1 acre by copy hold of R Bennett to East, land called Edwards Dole to West and King's highway South, other acre in Bowstreet, Douses Dole on West, Rush Bed Dole on East, King's highway leading from Standon to Ware, North, and Goreback Dole on the South; also 1 orchard

Bond to pay money and perform covenants  DE/A/2069  14th January 1728/9


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2068

Contents:
Richard Lawrence and John Sibthorpe to Ralph Wiggs and Arthur Clover of Bengeo.
Witnesses.
Seals.
Signatures

Probate copy of Will  DE/A/2070  4th April 1723; Pr: 20th Nov 1729

Contents:
Of Richard Lawrence of Thundridge, yeoman. Fish house Farm to daughter, Susan Sibthorpe; Cold Christmas also to Susan

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/2071  23rd September 1732

Contents:
Ralph Wiggs and Arthur Clover to William Moakes of Ware, maltster, with consent of John and Susan Sibthorpe. "Linseys" now Cold Christmas and lands late in possession of Richard Lawrence.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/2072  17th October 1732

Contents:
Wm Moakes of Ware to Thomas Scott of Ware, maltster, with consent of John and Susannah Sibthorpe and Peter Walley.
Messuage called Cold Christmas and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2073 - 2074  16th and 17th October 1732

Contents:
John and Susanna Sibthorpe, Joseph and Elizabeth Isaack of Thundridge, to Peter Walley of Hertford, "Doctor of Physick".
Messuage called Cold Christmas and lands; and the Fish House and lands.
Copyhold: Ware Ex: and Thundridge
Barley Croft
Little Whaddalls
Hutchins in Burley common
Piece in Westfield
Piece in Berry croft
Milletts
Lt Westfield
Awsage
Piece in Clewes mead
Rayley.
Thundridge
Bellcroft and Berry croft.
Goldingtons
Rayley Mead.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/2075 - 2076  Michaelmas 1732


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2073-4

Contents:
John and Susanna Sibthorpe and Joseph and Elizabeth Isaack, defs, and Peter Walley, quer.
2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 20 acres, 6 acres of meadow, 10 acres pasture

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/2077  17th October 1732

Contents:
John and Susanna Sibthorpe to Peter Walley.
Witnesses - Samuel Holgate,
James Windus.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2078  7th May 1765

Contents:
Admission of Peter Walley on death of his mother and under will of his father Peter Walley, M D, and his surrender to use of his will.
Barley Croft; Lt. Waddalls; Hutchins, pieces in Westfield; piece in Berry croft; Milletts; Lt Westfield; Awsage; piece in Burley Field; Clewes mead.
Field names.
Other personal names

Sale particulars  DE/A/2079  29th June 1790

Contents:
Of estates of Peter Walley, dec'd.
Public house called Cold Christmas, Fish House Farm, Bell Croft, Berry Croft, "Moulds" Farm, "Fanns, ose Fannoms, ose the Round House" [Ware].
Field names.
Other personal names

Lease and Release  DE/A/2080 - 2081  7th and 8th October 1790

Contents:
Wm Walley of Gamulls, son and heir of Peter Walley, and Thomas Bingley of London (1); Richard Brown of Ware, Innkeeper (2); to Ambrose Proctor of Ware (3).
Messuage called Cold Christmas and 1 acre adjoining

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/2082 - 2083  5th and 6th February 1802

Contents:
Richard Brown of Mark Lane, London, wine merchant, to William Gosling and Edward Parkins of London.
Messuage called Cold Christmas and close adjoining and 2 small cottages recently built.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/2084 - 2085  19th and 20th September 1802

Contents:
Wm Gosling and Edward Parkins to Randall and Robert Brown with consent of Richard Brown.
Messuage called Cold Christmas and 2 adjoining.
Other personal names.
Seals
Signatures

Demise for 1000 years  DE/A/2086  19th October 1808

Contents:
Randall Brown of Ware, innholder, and Robert Brown of Pudding Lane, gent, his son, to John Taylor of Red Cross Street, Southwark, emery manufacturer.
Messuage called Cold Christmas and land, and 2 cottages.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/2087  19th October 1808


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2086

Contents:
Randall Brown to Mr John Taylor.
Signatures

Sun Fire Insurance Policy  DE/A/2088  25th December 1815

Contents:
Randall Brown of Ware, innholder.
"House and two Tenements under one roof" in Thundridge in tenure of John Greenald "victualler" and others.
Witnesses.
Seals

Deed Poll (Deed of gift)  DE/A/2089  3rd September 1827

Contents:
Randall alias Randolph Brown of Ware, postmaster, to Frances Brown, his daughter.
Capital messuage or Inn in Ware called "The Black Bull" and messuage called Cold Christmas and 2 cottages

Sale particulars with purchase contract endorsed  DE/A/2090  29th July 1848

Contents:
"Miss Brown to Lady Puller".
"The Fox" public house, paddock, and 2 cottages

Declaration  DE/A/2091  31st July 1848

Contents:
By Mr James Taylor and Isaac Sheffield re Robert Brown, son of Randall Brown, and his case against Frances Brown.
Messuage called Cold Christmas and 2 cottages, etc
Other personal names

2 copies of "Replies to Purchaser's Objections and Requisitions"  DE/A/2092 - 2093  22nd August and 8th September 1848

Contents:
One has "Observations" also.
"The Fox"

Conveyance  DE/A/2094  14th October 1848

Contents:
Miss Frances Brown of Springfield, Amwell End, Ware, to Dame Louisa Giles Puller of Youngsbury.
Messuage called "Cold Christmas" and 2 cottages, etc.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed of covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/2095  14th October 1848

Contents:
Harman Grisewood of the Stock Exchange (who has purchased the "Bull" at Ware) to Dame Louisa Giles-Puller.
"Cold Christmas".
Signatures

Assignment of a mortgage  DE/A/2096  16th October 1848

Contents:
Mrs Martha Taylor and Richard Taylor (1); Dame L Giles Puller (2); Christopher Wm Giles Puller (3).
"Cold Christmas".
Seals.
Signatures

List of Title deeds  DE/A/2097  1700-1848

Contents:
Taylors Executors to Puller.
Cold Christmas.
Other personal names

Abstract of Title  DE/A/2098  1790-1848

Contents:
"The Fox" at Cold Christmas and 2 cottages, etc

Mortgage  DE/A/2099  10th March 1731/2

Contents:
John and Susanna Sibthorpe to George Hathaway of Ware, gent.
Fish House; 4 acres adjoining; Westfield (2 acres) abutting on King's highway to North; Millfield (3 acres) abutting on highway South and lane near the River to North; Clewes mead abutting on Careswellholme to south; 1 acre in Westfield.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/2100  10th March 1731/2


Related information: In connection with mortgage DE/A/2099

Contents:
John Sibthorpe to George Hathaway.
Property - as in DE/A/2099
Signatures

? Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/2101  17th October 1732

Contents:
George Hathaway of Ware (1); John and Susanna Sibthorpe and Peter Walley (2); to Thomas Scott of Ware (3).
Fish House and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures

Abstract of title  DE/A/2102  1751-1803

Contents:
Of George Proctor to Swangles and Fish House Farms and Linseys als Cold Christmas.
Field names

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender lands and draft release  DE/A/2103 - 2105  28th and 29th July 1825

Contents:
George Proctor esq, John Waddington and Edward R Pickering to Daniel Giles esq.
Swangles and Fish House Farms (property fully listed).
Signatures.
Endorsements - 15th March 1826.
Indenture re surrender of lands to Daniel Giles (reciting agreement between Proctor and Thomas Hope Byde)

Deed of Enfranchisement  DE/A/2106  13th March 1826

Contents:
Thomas Hope Byde to George Proctor.
Copyhold property of Manor of Ware
Extra and Thundridge with Swangles and Fish house farms. 27 acres; 17 acres; Barley Croft; Little Waddals; Hutchins; pieces in Westfield; Milletts; Bayley

Draft surrender of copyholds: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele  DE/A/2107  7th August 1826

Contents:
Proctor, Waddington and Pickering to Daniel Giles.
Lands - part of Swangles and Fish house Farm

Lease for a year (release missing)  DE/A/2108  14th March 1826

Contents:
George Proctor to Daniel Giles.
Barley Croft; Hutchins, etc (as in DE/A/2078)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2109  18th May 1826

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Elizabeth Warren and others.
Messuage called "Mountains" and 1 acre

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons alias Thele  DE/A/2110  25th September 1826

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of George Proctor.
Long Croft Bottom, Long Croft mead, Madcroft, (part of Swangles and Fish House Farms)

Copy of schedule of Deeds "recd from Messrs. Pickering and Smith"  DE/A/2111  16th November 1833

Contents:
Swangleys and Fish House Farms and Linseys als Cold Christmas

Bakers End, Manor of Ware Extra  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2112  6th May 1457

Contents:
Surrender of John Huchen "de Knobnale" by hands of Simon Bokney and John Warengeho and Robert Napylton to use of William Pery.
3 acres in a croft called "Dam Agneys"

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2113  25th October 1458

Contents:
Surrender of William Pery to use of William Feld, citizen and brewer of London.
"Dam Agneys" late John Huchin's

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2114  2nd October 1544

Contents:
Admission of John Felde on death of his father, Richard Felde.
4 acres called "Dame Annes".
Signature - John Thurgood

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2115  21st June 1592

Contents:
Admission of James Berd, gent, one of the heirs of the late John Field. Proves title and shows descent from John Field of James Berd, John Robotham and Eleanor Smithe, the three heirs.
1/3 part of Dame Agnes.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2116  21st June 1592

Contents:
(Thomas Fanshawe, lord), Surrender of James Berd (son of William Berd of London, fishmonger, and Emme, his wife, dec'd, who was daughter and co-heir of John Field of London, fishmonger, dec'd) to use of Nicholas and Brigette Bestney, and his admission. (Note re payment of fine at bottom).
1/3 part of Dame Agnes.
Other personal names - Wm Whiskyn, steward.
Endorsements - Note at bottom "iijo octob tuesdaye 1592 eliz 34 NB [N. Bestney] obtayned of ye lorde mr. Thms. Fanshawe to be at his suit fyne viijd per an' wc was obtayned at ye court at ware"

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/2117  23rd January 1592/3

Contents:
Of Richard Smithe, citizen and Clothworker of London, and Elinor his wife [née Chandler], to use of Nicholas and Bridget Besteney.
[Traces descent from John Field].
1/3 part of 4 acres called Dame Agnes.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2118  23rd April 1593

Contents:
Admission of Nicholas and Bridget Bestney after surrender of Richard and Eleanor Smithe [née Chandler]. Traces descent from John Field.
1/3rd part of Dame Agnes croft

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2119  7th October 1633

Contents:
Admission of Nicholas Bestney on death of his parents, Nicholas and Bridget Bestney, and his surrender to use of James Dawbeney.
Admission of James Dawbeney of London, gent.
2½ acres of land called Dame Agnes Croft.
Endorsements - Note "Nicholas Bestney his Surrender to James Dawbeney of Two Akers and a halfe of land called Dame Agnes being in Thundrich wth in 4 miles of Ware"

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2120  12th October 1647

Contents:
Admission of Katherine (née Dawbeney) wife of William Hewson, and Anna Dawbeney, spinster, on death of their father, James Dawbeney.
Dame Agnes Croft, late in occupation of Wm Grave.
Witness - Edw Turner, steward

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2121  12th October 1648

Contents:
Admission of Richard Wren of Thundridge after surrender out of court by William and Katherine Hewson and Fabian and Ann Browne.
2½ acres called Dame Agnes Croft

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2122  3rd October 1651

Contents:
Admission of Robert Rhobotham after death of John Rhobotham esq, and his surrender to the use of William Grave, who is admitted.
"An Acre and a third parte of Land with the appurtenances........Land of Dame Annis"

Bond in connection with surrender  DE/A/2123  21st May 1706

Contents:
Thomas Perry of Sawbridgeworth, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to John Wren of Nobland Green.
Dame Annis close.
Witnesses - Thomas Wren,
Thomas Douset.
Signature - Thomas Perry

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2124  4th January 1713/4

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green, yeoman, to John Camp, junior, of Wareside.
Property - Dame Annis.
Witnesses - Thomas Adams,
Thomas Hutchin.
Signatures

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2125  7th October 1715

Contents:
John Wren of Thundridge to John Camp.
Property - Dame Annis.
Endorsements - Receipt, dated 21st October 1754, signed by John Camp, for £40.
Received from "John Wren a son of the within Bounden John Wren". Witnesses Thomas and John Parker

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2126  28th May 1765

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to Daniel Wren of St Andrew, Hertford.
Dame Annis Croft

Nobland Green  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy of will  DE/A/2127  17th November 1652; Pr: 10th March 1653

Contents:
Of John Wren of Nobland Green.
Legacies to:- wife Elizabeth, sons Richard, Robert, Edward, John, James, Joseph; Mary Harding (daughter).
House at Nobland Green with orchard and Stockers, a ley croft, and another close, and 2 acres in Stamberley common field; Pyotts in Ware; Haileys.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Thomas Hutchin,
Robert Mills,
George Ludford.
Furniture listed. Wife to have use of rooms and fire in hall, use of kitchen, and use of warming pan

Wills  DE/A/2128 - 2131  25th September 1686 and 30th November 1697

Contents:
Of Richard Wren of Thundridge, yeoman.
Messuage at Nobland Green to John (his third son) and Stockers croft, 2 acres, 1½ acres of Ley, 2 acres in Stamberly common, Holmes, the ½-acre, Dodds Acre (near Bakers Hall), Brightly, Dame Agnes, Wassletts, Thomalins, Old Lay, Piece in Halfyard common, Molehilly Lay, piece in Dodds Acre, 1 rood in Hayleys; Windmill field in Much Hadham, Coopers Croft.
Witnesses - Richard Adams, William Hill, John Wren senr, John Heard. Pr. 10th August 1703

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2132  11th October 1686

Contents:
Richard Wren to use of his will.
All his copyhold messuage, etc and lands

Copy of Release of Right and title  DE/A/2133  14th September 1697

Contents:
Richard Wren to Richard Wren, his father

Quit claim  DE/A/2134  12th February 1697/8

Contents:
Richard Wren of Standon to Richard Wren of Thundridge, his father.
All lands and messuages in Thundridge and Much Hadham in tenure of Richard Wren, senior.
Witnesses - Joseph Page,
Robert Downam,
John Mills

Surrender  DE/A/2135  5th April 1703

Contents:
To use of his will.
Richard Wren.
All his copyhold property

Receipted lawyer's account in connection with recovery, etc  DE/A/2136  11th March 1706

Contents:
John Wren

Agreement to pay £28  DE/A/2137  14th October 1709 and 27th December 1709

Contents:
John Wren to Thomas Byde.
Receipt endorsed

Receipt for legacy under will of Richard Wren  DE/A/2138  25th January 1708/9

Contents:
Joseph Wren to John Wren.
Signatures

Inventory of goods of Joseph Wren, dec'd  DE/A/2139  21st February 1708/9

Contents:
[Relates mainly to Netteswell, Essex]

Bond  DE/A/2140  3rd March 1708

Contents:
(In connection with legacy left by Joseph Wren).
Michael Granger, Henry Manning of Netteswell, to John, Richard, Robert, Thomas and James Wren

Discharge for legacy  DE/A/2141  27th February 1712/13

Contents:
John Ward and Sarah, his wife, to John Wren (under will of late Richard Wren).
Witnesses - Geo Matthew,
Thomas Hutchin

Discharge for legacy  DE/A/2142  3rd April 1716

Contents:
Robert Wren of Sawbridgeworth, yeoman, one of the sons of late Richard Wren, to John Wren.
Seals

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2143  21st April 1612

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra.
Admission of John Wren on surrender of Robert Spencer.
1½ acres in Halfeyard field abutting on close called Smithes Croft on north, Paines Croft on south, and lying between land of Thomas Grave on west and Robert Wren on east (Bakers End)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2144  15th April 1653

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra.
Admission of Richard Wren on death of his father, John Wren.
1½ acres in Halfyard field; tenement with curtilage and garden; 2 acres in Halfyard (Nobland Green)

Bond in connection with surrender out of court  DE/A/2145  27th April 1688

Contents:
Richard Wren of Thundridge and Edward Croe of Hoddesdon.
Messuage or tenement, etc with orchard; close called Hithercroft; close called Furthercroft; piece in Halfyard common; Nether Brightley (4 acres); (adjoining lane leading from Bakers End to Ware on east).
Field names

"Abstract of the Copy whereby John Wren was admitted to his father's Estate"  DE/A/2146  1703

Contents:
Messuage at Nobland Green; 2 acres in Halfyard Field, Hither Croft, Further Croft, 1½ acres in Halfyard Field, Nether Brightley, Dods Acre

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2147  6th October 1703

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on death of Richard Wren.
Messuage or tenement and garden and lands; 2 acres in Halfyard; close called Hither Crofte; Further croft; 1½ acres in Halfyard; Nether Brightley.
Field names.
Other personal names

2 Copies of Court Roll  DE/A/2148 - 2149  1st May 1706

Contents:
Admission of Mary Perry on surrender of Thomas Perry and said Mary (Recovery suffered in which John Wren appears).
Dame Annis (1 acre and 3 roods) at Bakers End; Little Pudges; 1 acre in Halfyard; "le Mouse Pightle" (Bakers End)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2150  8th October 1707

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on surrender (out of court) by Thomas and Mary Perry of Sawbridgeworth.
Little Pudges (2 acres); 1½ acres in Halfyard common; ½ acres "le Mouse Pightle" (Nobland Green)

Memorandum of conditional surrender out of court  DE/A/2151  18th October 1710

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to use of James Ford of Rushden, clerk.
Messuage at Nobland Green, Hither Croft, Further croft, pieces in Halfyard common, Dods Acre, Halfacre and Old Ley.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt (dated 24th March 1719) for whole of mortgage money

Bond in connection with conditional surrender  DE/A/2152  18th October 1710

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green, yeoman, to James Ford.
Messuage at Nobland Green and copyhold lands of Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Witnesses - Richard Wheratt,
Wm Burthett

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2153  5th October 1715

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to John Hale of Much Hadham.
Stokers Croft and Brightley, (Rush Green)

Copy of conditional surrender out of court  DE/A/2154  6th October 1715

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
John Wren of Nobland Green, yeoman, to use of John Hale of Much Hadham, carpenter.
Stokers Croft and Brightley (Rush Green and Bakers End)

Probate copy will  DE/A/2155  19th April 1716; Pr: 23rd May 1716

Contents:
Of John Wren of Nobland Green. Property left to Martha, his wife, then to sons John and Richard.
Stone House at Bakers End, the ½ acre, Pudges, Mouse pightle, Dodds acre, Brightley Hooke, piece in Half Yard common, to Richard.
Nobland Green and other property to John

Release of legacies under will of John Wren (1716)  DE/A/2156  20th January 1769/70

Contents:
Mary Rich, Joshua Judd and Martha his wife, John Deadman and Elizabeth his wife.
(Mary, Martha and Elizabeth are daughters of late John Wren).
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2157  3rd October 1716

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge. Admission of John Wren under will of his father, John Wren, to reversion of property left to Martha (his mother) then to him.
Messuage at Nobland Green, Stokes Croft, Brightley, Dame Annis, 2 acres in Half yard field, Hither croft, Further croft, Nether Brightley, Dods Acre, Lt Pudges, Le Mouse Pightle

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/2158  22nd April 1717

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Martha Wren of Nobland Green to use of Edward Hewitt of Gt Parndon.
Stockey Croft, Brightley.
Signatures

Bond in connection with conditional surrender  DE/A/2159  22nd April 1718

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Martha Wren of Nobland Green to Edward Hewitt of Gt Parndon, Essex, yeoman.
Stockey croft and Brightley (Rush Green).
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of mortgage in DE/A/2154  DE/A/2160  22nd April 1718

Contents:
John Hale to Edward Hewitt, by direction of Mrs Wren.
Property - as in DE/A/2154 (Rush Green)

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2161  30th October 1722

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Appointment of guardians (John Hewitt and Thomas Bennett) to John and Richard Wren

Lease for 5 years  DE/A/2162  12th January 1726

Contents:
John Hewitt of Roydon, yeoman, and Thomas Bennitt of Hunsdon (guardians of Richard Wren) to John Wren (brother of Richard).
The Stone House, etc

Bond  DE/A/2163  12th January 1726/7

Signatures cut off

Contents:
John Wren to Thomas Bennitt of Hunsdon

Bond  DE/A/2164  12th January 1726/7

Signature cut off

Contents:
Between John Wren and John Hewitt of Roydon

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/2165  24th March 1729

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
John Wren of Nobland Green to use of Jane Rutt of Ware, spinster.
Stockers Croft, Brightleys

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2166  24th March 1729/30

Seals and signature torn off but clipped to document

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green (son and heir of John Wren dec'd) to Jane Rutt of Ware.
1 close of land

Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction in connection with mortgage  DE/A/2167  24th March 1729/30

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
John Hewitt (exor of Edward Hewitt, dec'd).
Stokers croft, Brightley

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/2168  12th March 1778

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
John Wren to Joseph White.
Stokers croft, Brightley, Dame Annis, Messuage at Nobland Green, 1 acre in Half Yard field, Hither croft, Further croft, Wilds

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/2169  5th July 1784

Contents:
Of John Wren to use of himself for life, then to Thomas Wren in fee: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Stokes Croft, Brightley, Dame Annis, messuage at Nobland Green, 2 acres in Half Yard common, Hither Croft, Further Croft, Wilds

Survey and Valuation  DE/A/2170  16th July 1825

Contents:
Of Nobland Green Farm (in occupation of George Wren).
Hither Croft, Further Croft, Wassell Orchard, Orchard, Coopers Croft, Great Sims, Brightleys, Gt Bines, Castle Bury, Barley Croft, Lawrence Meads and cottage, The Close and cottage (Bakers End), Holmes, Dame Annis, Half Yard Common, Old Downhams, Stockers Croft, Gt. Tomlins, Hadham Field, Stamford Ley Common, Bourn Field, Bourn Pightle

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2171  11th June 1688

Contents:
Admission of John Wren, on surrender of Richard Wren, his father.
Molehilly laye (1½ acres); Dods acre, Hayleys, (Bakers End). Manor of goldingtons

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2172  31st December 1716

Contents:
Admission of Martha Wren (under will of John Wren) for John Wren, her son.
Piece in Haleys, Dods Acre, Molehill Lay.
Nobland Green. Manor of Goldingston

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2173  31st October 1722

Contents:
Admission of Guardians of John and Richard Wren on marriage of their mother, Martha Wren, and under will of John Wren in DE/A/2155
1 rood called Hayleys; Molehills Lay - Manor of Goldingtons

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2174  18th October 1773

Contents:
Recovery suffered by John Wren.
1 rood in Hayleys; and Mollehills Lay. Manor of Goldingstons.
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/2175  15th December 1773

Contents:
John Wren to Richard Randall of Little Hormead, yeoman.
1 rood in Hayleys and Mollehills Lay.
Witnesses.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 3rd September 1793. Receipt for mortgage money, signed by Richard Randall

Copy of John Wren's surrender  DE/A/2176  5th July 1784

Contents:
To self for life, then to youngest son, Thomas Wren.
1 rood in Hayleys and Mollehills Lay

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2177  3rd September 1793

Contents:
Admission of George Wren on death of his father, John Wren and his brother, Thomas Wren.
Surrender of George Wren to use of Richard Hollingworth and his admission and surrender to use of his will.
1 rood in Hayleys, Molehills Lay; and also 2 acres in Hayleys. Manor of Goldingstons

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2178  29th November 1815

Contents:
Admission of Philip Hollingworth esq of Bell Croft Bury, on death of Richard Hollingworth (his late brother).
Hayleys, Molehills Ley, (Rush Green)

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/2179  16th January 1826

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth of Stonedon Place, Essex, to use of Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Haleys (now called Lower Tomlins), Molehills Lay, (Rush Green)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2180  16th July 1708

Contents:
Surrender of John Wren (son) to John Wren of Nobland Green and his admission.
Also quit claim by Sara Wren [? widow of John Wren, father of John Wren here surrendering].
Close of land called Wyldes

Bond on surrender  DE/A/2181  16th July 1708

Contents:
John Wren of Bakers End to John Wren of Nobland Green.
Close called Wyldes

Receipt for £70  DE/A/2182  21st July 1708

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green pays to John Wren of Bakers End.
Field called "Weilds".
Witness - Philip Godfrey

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2183  25th October 1709

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to Cecilie Holford of Tunbridge, Kent.
Wyldes, Brightley Hook [Bakers End].
Signatures

Copy of conditional surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2184  19th January 1733/4

Contents:
John Wren to use of Samuel Goodwin of Amwell.
"Wiles field" [? Wyldes]

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2185  19th January 1734/4

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to Samuel Goodwin of Amwell.
Wiles Field [? Wyldes]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2186  5th October 1715

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on surrender of Philip and Frances Mills.
1/3rd part of Great Symms; Bourne Feild; Bourne pightle [Bakers End].

Abstract, from Court Rolls, of Title  DE/A/2187  1685-1721

Contents:
Of John Wren and his wife to lands [to be mortgaged to Docwra].
Bourne Croft als Bourne feild; Great Sims, Bourne pightle, Neither pightle als Lower pightle [Bakers End]

Conditional surrender to secure payment of £66 and interest.  DE/A/2188  10th April 1739

Contents:
John Wren and Ann, his wife, to John Docwra.
Great Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne pightle [Bakers End].
Signatures

Bond for payment of £66 and interest  DE/A/2189  10th April 1739

Contents:
John Wren of Bakers End to John Docwra of Ware, maltster

Receipted account for fees on mortgage.  DE/A/2190  10th April 1739

Contents:
Wren to Docwra

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2191  6th June 1748

Contents:
Admission of Ann Wren under surrender and will of John Wren dec'd.
2/3rd parts of Gt Sims, Bourne Field, Bourne pightle [Traces descent of land from William Ellyott] [Bakers End].
Other personal names

Steward's account  DE/A/2192  6th June 1748

Contents:
On admission of Anne Wren

Warrant to enter satisfaction on a conditional surrender from John and Ann Wren  DE/A/2193  4th May 1761

Contents:
Money paid by Daniel Wren to Thomas Docwra.
Gt Sims, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End]

Copy of absolute surrender  DE/A/2194  4th May 1761

Contents:
Mrs. Ann Wren to Mr Daniel Wren, and receipt for purchase money.
Gt Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne pightle [Bakers End].

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundrige  DE/A/2195  23rd October 1761

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Wren on surrender of Ann Wren, widow.
Gt. Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne pightle [Bakers End]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2196  6th May 1784

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Wren, yeoman, on death of his father, Daniel Wren.
Gt Symme, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2197  5th November 1800

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Wren "kinsman" of Daniel Wren, dec'd, under will of Daniel Wren.
Gt Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End]

Copy of conditional surrender  DE/A/2198  21st December 1802

Contents:
Daniel Wren to George White.
Gt Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End]

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2199  21st December 1802

Contents:
Daniel Wren of Babbs Green, yeoman, and George White of Castle Bury.
Gt Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End]

Deed of covenant on purchase of copyhold lands  DE/A/2200  26th December 1803

Contents:
Daniel Wren of Babbs Green to Richard Hollingsworth of Thundridgebury.
Gt Symms, Bourne Field, Bourne Pightle [Bakers End].
Signature - Mark of Daniel Wren

Bond (in connection with bargain and sale)  DE/A/2202  9th April 1616

Contents:
Wm Kynce als Kensey of Much Hadham, yeoman, to John Wren of Thundridge, husbandman.
Lt Windmill Field.
Witnesses - Robert Wren,
Willm Grave,
Thomas Barnarde

Feoffment  DE/A/2203  19th April 1616

Contents:
William Kensey of Lt Hadham, yeoman, to John Wren of Thundridge.
Croft of close in Much Hadham called "little Wyndmillfeild" (5 acres) lying next to Gt Wyndmillfield, near Castlebury on east and land of Robert Quarles, kt, on north, [Much Hadham].
Field names.
Other personal names

Deed poll: Marriage settlement  DE/A/2204  28th May 1616

Contents:
John Wren and Mary Stacie of Little Hadham: Thomas Stacie (brother) and Thomas Grave trustees.
4½ acres between "Mayne Streate" and Cowpers Streate, and 1 acre in Stamberly.
Seals.
Signature - John Wren

Quit claim  DE/A/2205  19th November 1644

Contents:
Mary Wren, daughter of John Wren, to the said John Wren, her father, of all her right, title, etc in following property. 4½ acres between "Mayne Stret" and Coopers street, and 1 acre in Stamberly; 1 close called "litle Windmyllfeild" (5 acres) in Much Hadham

Bargain and sale: (Mortgage)  DE/A/2206  22nd February 1671/2

Contents:
Richard Wren of Thundridge, yeoman, to Elizabeth Gale of Hoddesdon, widow.
Piece between Mayne Street and Coopers Street; piece in Stamberly; little Wyndmill feild.
Field names

Lease for a year and release.  DE/A/2207 - 2208  20th and 21st November 1689

Contents:
Richard Wren, the elder, to John Wren, 3rd son of Richard Wren.
4½ acres between Mayne street and Cowper Street and Lt Windmill Field in Hadham.
Other personal names

Order of Exchange of lands in connection with the Enclosure  DE/A/2209  27th July 1871

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller and E H Anthony of Lt Chishill.
Part of Hadham Ley Field taken by Puller in exchange for Hadham Field (Much Hadham).
(Plan).
Signature of Enclosure Commissioners.
Endorsement - Certified true copy by Enclosure Commissioners

Order of Exchange of lands under Enclosure  DE/A/2210  17th July 1879

Contents:
A G G-Puller and T Wren.
Piece in Half-Yard Common taken by Puller in exchange for parts of Vines Field and Brightleys. (Plan).
Field names.
Signature of Enclosure Commissioners.
Endorsement - Certified by Enclosure Commissioners

Deed poll: deed of gift  DE/A/2201  19th April 1616

Contents:
Robert Wren of Thundridge, husbandman, to John Wren, his son, and Wm Grave, husbandman.
Croft of land with garden (4½ acres) lying between the way called "Mayne Streate" on the south, and the way called "Cowpers Streate" on the North; and 1 acre in Stamberly.
Witnesses - Will Kensey,
Thomas Grave,
Thomas Barnard

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2211  5th October 1596

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Grave on death of William Grave.
Messuage or tenement called Patience and land adjoining at "Greene ende" [? Nobland Green]; 10 acres of land laying in "heghefelde", 2 acres in Cursall; 2 acres in Wareslate; 1½ acres in Grene ende

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2212  4th October 1608

Contents:
Admission of William and Robert Grave on death of Elizabeth and surrender of Robert to William.
Messuage called Patience, one toft, etc at Greene End; 10 acres in highfield, 2 acres in Cursall, 2 acres in Wareslatt, 1½ acres in greene End [Nobland Green]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2213  2nd October 1661

Contents:
Admission of John Beardwell under will of John Graves.
Tenement called Patience with appurtenances containing 2 acres, and 2 closes between lands late of John Wren on north and Caswellbury on the south, one pightell next land late John Scott on west, (Nobland Green)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2214  25th April 1666

Contents:
Admission of Richard Wren on surrender of John Berdwell and Unity his wife.
Tenement called Patience at "Nobnall Greene" between lands of Caswellbury on south and land late John Wren on north, (Nobland Green)

Abstract of title and particulars of estate purchased by John Wren, mortgaged by him to John Hewitt of Roydon  DE/A/2215  1666-1710

Contents:
Messuage formerly called Patience, piece in High Field, Homestall (adjoining the messuage), piece in Nether Feild, piece in Stamfordly, the Saffron Garden, an orchard, pieces in Carsall, Little Pingle, (Nobland Green)

Abstract of title  DE/A/2216  1732

Contents:
Of Thomas Hankin. Pieces in Stamfordley, Netherfield, the Slade, Thomalons, Bush Croft, Common Burley, Bowstree, Homefield, Half Yard, Domingates, Barley Croft, [Bakers End and Cold Christmas].
Other personal names - Hutt, Rutt, White

Label to next group and copy of Court Roll and receipt for fees  DE/A/2217 - 2219  5th January 1732/3

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge. Admission of Thomas Hankin of Stanstead Abbotts, on surrender of John Hewitt of Roydon.
Messuage at Nobland Green [? Patience], 10 acres in Highfield, close adjoining called the Homestall (2 acres), 1 acre in Netherfield, piece in Stamfordley, the Saffron Garden and an orchard, 2 pieces in Corsall, Little Pingle (abutting on the fish pond), (Nobland Green)

Copy of will  DE/A/2220  2nd January 1764

Contents:
Of Thomas Hankin of Stanstead Abbotts, gent. Wife Ann, and sons, John and George, to carry on the Barge carrier trade. Shares in Thornton's brewery to sons, Ambrose and Cornelius. Wife to carry on the iron and coal trade until son Thomas attains the age of 25, Thomas to employ his brothers to carry his goods.
Property to wife until she marries, then to sons. (Little Sawtrees, Nobland Green, Maltings at Stanstead Abbots, Green Tye, Pelhams), (Nobland Green). Pr: 21st February 1765

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2221  7th May 1765

Contents:
Admission of John Hankin under will of his father, Thomas Hankin; and his surrender to use of his will.
Nobland Green Farm

Copy of Court Roll and receipt for fees  DE/A/2222 - 2223  7th October 1768

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Admission of George Hankin on death of Thomas Hankin.
Messuage at Nobland Green [? Patience], 10 acres in High Field; the Homestall; one piece in Netherfield; piece in Stamford Ley; the Saffron Garden; the orchard; piece in Corsall; Little Pingle, (Nobland Green)

Abstract of will  DE/A/2224  29th September 1804

Contents:
Of George Hankin. Pr: 18th December 1805

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2225  21st October 1808

Contents:
Admission of Trustees under Will of George Hankin.
Francis Carter Searancke, Michael Hankin and James White: all Trustees.
Messuage and lands as in DE/A/2222, etc

Abstract of title  DE/A/2226  1732-1808

Contents:
Of Thomas Hankin and Daniel Hankin.
Copyhold estate at Nobland Green

Deed of Covenants to surrender copyholds  DE/A/2227  5th August 1824

Contents:
Thomas Hankin and Daniel Hankin to Daniel Giles.
Messuage at Nobland Green and land as in DE/A/2222

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2228  19th January 1826

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Thomas and Daniel Hankin.
Messuage at Nobland Green and lands as in DE/A/2222

Release of Copyhold: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2229  28th April 1826

Contents:
Francis Carter Searancke, Michael Hankin and James White, to Daniel Giles, with consent of Daniel Hankin.
Property as in DE/A/2222

Lease and Release  DE/A/2230 - 2231  24th and 25th October 1827

Contents:
Daniel Hankin of Stanstead Abbotts to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Little Sawtrees (cottage), meadow adjoining, Gt Sawtrees wood, Little Mead ose Broadmead, [Rush Green]

Attested copies of lease and release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2232 - 2233  2nd and 3rd March 1732/3

Contents:
John Hutt of Clapham, builder, and Susanna his wife, and John Cope of London, gent, and Susanna his wife, to John Rutt of Ware, ironmonger.
Pieces in Stamfordley, Netherfield, the Slade, and a little pightle; 3 acres in Thomalons; 10 acres in Bush Croft; 3 acres in Common Burley; 3 acres in Bowstree; 2 acres in Holmefield; 6 acres in Half Yard; 7 acres in Domingateas; 1½ acres in Barley Croft. (In tenure of John Wren)

Copy of Fine  DE/A/2234  Easter Term 1732/3

Contents:
John Rutt and Sarah Bridden, spinster, plts, and John Hutt and Susanna his wife, John Cope and Susanna his wife, and Henry Adams, the elder, and Ann his wife.
1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 50 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 5 acres of pasture, in Thundridge and Lt Munden

Extract from Will  DE/A/2235  26th March 1748

Contents:
Of John Rutt of Ware, ironmonger. Leaves property to wife Judith. Pr: 23rd May 1757

Certificate of burial  DE/A/2236  17th July 1757

Contents:
Of Charles Rutt (at Ware)

Certificate of burial  DE/A/2237  1st June 1761

Contents:
Of Joseph Rutt (at Ware)

Extract from Will  DE/A/2238  6th April 1767

Contents:
Of Jane Rutt. Leaves property to John Roberts (her cousin's son).
Messuage in Baldock Street; messuages in or near the churchyard; piece of ground called Mill Mead; piece in High Oak Field all in Ware; farm near Brickendon; land, etc in Bakers End and Nobland Green. Pr: 14th May 1767

Attested copy of Mortgage  DE/A/2239  24th November 1775

Contents:
John Roberts of Ware, gent, to John Burr of Ware, Surgeon.
As in DE/A/2232 and also Millmead in Ware

Attested copies of lease and release  DE/A/2240 - 2241  6th and 7th July 1778

Contents:
John Roberts of Thundridge, gent, to Joseph White of Thundridge, farmer.
Property - as in DE/A/2232

Attested copy of Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/2242  7th July 1778

Contents:
To attend inheritance of Joseph White. John Burr by direction of John Roberts, to Thomas Climenson. (Joseph White and Joseph Fairman also parties).
As in DE/A/2232-3 and Millmead in Ware

Attested copy of will  DE/A/2243  3rd February 1798

Contents:
Of Joseph White of Sawtrees Farm.
Green End Farm (Mundens), maltings between River Lea and Star Lane "near the Bridge"; (Ware); and Nobland Green Farm, etc; Buckney Wood House; property at Bakers End

Attested copy of Release  DE/A/2244  29th September 1800

Contents:
For legacy of £400 given to Elizabeth Farrah under will of Joseph White.
Robert and Elizabeth Farrah to Thomas and John White

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2245 - 2246  7th and 8th September 1801

Contents:
Thomas White of Sawtrees Farm and John White and Elizabeth his wife (1); George White of Castlebury Farm (2); and Joseph Hankin of Ware (3).
Netherfield and a little pightle

Fine  DE/A/2247  Michaelmas 1801


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2245-6

Contents:
George White, plt., and Thomas White, John White and Elizabeth, defs.
42 acres of land, 1 shed, 1 barn, 1 curtilage, etc in Thundridge

Letter  DE/A/2248  17th March 1819

Contents:
From agent regarding search for Wills of Joseph Rutt and Jane Rutt. (In connection with sale: White to Giles)

Lease and Release in Fee of lands, with merger of term of 1000 years  DE/A/2249 - 2250  7th August 1824

Contents:
Thomas Hankin of Stanstead Abbotts (1); John Climenson of Ware, gent (2); to Daniel Giles (3).
Netherfield and a pightle.
Seals.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2251  6th October 1615

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on surrender of George Crowche.
3 acres called Upper Hailey lying between land of Crowche on west, Robert Wren on east, one head abutting on road leading from Barwick to Bakers End on south, and other head abutting on land of Robert Wren on north [Rush Green]

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2252  15th April 1653

Contents:
Admission of Edward Wren under will of his father, John Wren.
Smiths croft (3 roods) near Rush Green ("in parish of Ware")

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2253  5th April 1660

Contents:
Admission of Edward Wren, son and heir of John Wren, dec'd, on surrender of John Ward.
Tenement or cottage and 2 acres near Rush Green

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2254 - 2255  10th October 1711

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Hutchin of Thundridge, yeoman, on death of his father Richard Hutchin, and receipt for admission fees.
1 messuage or tenement, etc with 3 acres called Pudges

Memorandum of surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2256  2nd April 1722

Contents:
John Savell of Wadesmill, gent, to use of Thomas Hutchin of Bakers End.
Cottage or tenement at Rush Green

Bond on surrender of Savell  DE/A/2257A  2nd April 1722

Contents:
Cottage or tenement at Rush Green

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2257B  3rd October 1722

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Hutchin on surrender of John Savell.
1 cottage and land (3 acres), etc, at Rush Green

Receipt for fees  DE/A/2258A  3rd October 1722

Contents:
On admission of Thomas Hutchin by T Byde.
"house and land which he bought of Mr John Savell" (Rush Green)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2258B  27th October 1760

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Hutchin as heir of Thomas Hutchin on death of his mother, Katherine Marsh, formerly Hutchin.
Upper Pightle, abutting on Pudges Lane south; Pudges north and west, Gt Simes Lane to east; messuage with appurtenances at Bakers End; Pudges; cottage at Rush Green and 3 acres.
Field names.

Conditional surrender for securing £50 and interest: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2259  7th June 1765

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill.
Messuages at Bakers End and Rush Green and 3 acres, Upper Pightle, Pudges (Rush Green, etc)

Bond for securing payment of £50 and interest: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2260  7th June 1763

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill of Hertford, miller.
Messuages, etc in Bakers End and Rush Green.
Signature - Hutchin

Copy of conditional surrender to secure further £50  DE/A/2261  11th June 1766

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin of Bakers End to John Bassill.
Messuages at Bakers End and Rush Green and lands as in DE/A/2259

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2262  11th June 1766

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill

Deed to charge mortgaged premises with further mortgage  DE/A/2263  11th June 1767

Signature - cut off

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill.
Property - as in DE/A/2259

Copy: Conditional surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2264  27th June 1769

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill.
Property - as in DE/A/2259

Bond in connection with conditional surrender: DE/A/2264  DE/A/2265  27th June 1769

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill

Receipt  DE/A/2266  12th December 1771

Contents:
For ? purchase money for land sold by Thomas Burr to John Wren for use of his brother, Thomas Wren.
(Signed Arthur Rainshire).
A cottage and land in Foster Street, Harlow

Deed and Bond for further mortgage  DE/A/2267  27th June 1772

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to John Bassill.
Endorsements - 6th July 1773. Receipt for repayment of mortgage money.
Signed Mary Archer, Benj Cherry, J Hammond (exors of late John Bassill)

Purchase agreement  DE/A/2268  30th January 1773

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to Thomas Wren.
Messuage or tenement in Bakers End

Lease and Release  DE/A/2269 - 2270  7th and 8th July 1773

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin of Bakers End, yeoman, to Thomas Wren of Nobland Green, yeoman.
7 roods at Bakers End, and copyhold lands (Upper Pightle, messuage at Bakers End, Pudges, cottage at Rush Green ("now fallen to decay"), 3 acres belonging to it)
(Goldingtons-Haleys).
Signatures

Copy: absolute surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2271  8th July 1773

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to use of Thomas Wren.
Upper Pightle, messuage at Bakers End, Pudges, cottage at Rush Green, 3 acres belonging.
Witnesses.
Signatures

Bond to perform covenants  DE/A/2272A  8th July 1773


Related information: (In connection with DE/A/2271)

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin to Thomas Wren.

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2272B  9th July 1773

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Wren on surrender, out of court, by Thomas Hutchin.
Upper Pightle, messuage at Bakers End, 3 acres called Pudges, cottage at Rush Green ("now fallen to decay"), 3 acres belonging to it.
Field names.

Receipts for fines  DE/A/2273 - 2274  17th October 1771 9th July 1773

Contents:
On admissions of Thomas Wren: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge

Receipt for court fees  DE/A/2275  9th July 1773

Contents:
On admission of Thomas Wren: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge

Mortgage and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/2276  9th July 1773

Contents:
Thomas Wren of Nobland Green, yeoman, to Richard Randall of Lt Hormead, yeoman.
7 roods freehold. (Copyhold as in DE/A/2269-70).
Signature - Richard. Randall.
Endorsements - Lands bargained and sold to George White who has paid mortgage money.
[Assignment in trust] 12th March 1778

Bond  DE/A/2277  9th July 1773

Contents:
Thomas and John Wren to Richard Randall.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt for repayment of mortgage money, 12th March 1778

Mortgage  DE/A/2278  9th July 1773

Contents:
John Wren (father of Thomas) to Richard Randall.
22 acres freehold and also copyhold (Stokes Croft, Brightley, Dame Annis, messuage and 2 crofts at Nobland Green, 2 acres in Half Yard, Hither Croft, Further Croft, Wilds, piece in Haleys, Molehillsley.

Memorandum of conditional surrender  DE/A/2279  12th March 1778

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Thomas Wren to Joseph White.
Upper Pightle, messuage at Bakers End, Pudges, cottage at Rush Green and 3 acres belonging

Deed of Gift (enrolled)  DE/A/2280  19th July 1784

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to Thomas Wren (his youngest son).
25 acres freehold belonging to farm at Nobland Green.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender to use of his will  DE/A/2281  21st June 1785

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Thomas Wren of Nobland Green.
All copyhold property

Probate copy of will  DE/A/2282A  21st June 1785; 10th October 1785

Contents:
Of Thomas Wrenn of Nobland Green.
Property at Hunsdon and Harlow to wife Isabella; also 3 tenements (formerly 1) at Wareside, messuage at Wareside, Rye Field in Ware. Property to be sold to pay mortgages. Other property to son, George.
Seals - F C C

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2282B  18th May 1786

Contents:
Admission of Isabella Wren on death of her husband, Thomas Wren.
Upper Pightle (abutting on Pudges Lane south, Pudges north and west, Gt Simes Lane east). Messuage or tenement at Bakers End, 3 acres called Pudges, cottage at Rush Green.
Field names.

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/2283 - 2284  2nd and 3rd September 1793

Contents:
George Wren and Isabella Wren to Richard Hollingsworth of Queen Square, Westminster, esquire.
7 roods at Bakers End, Coopers Croft, Hadham field, Long Tomlins, Gt Tomlins, Holmes, Lower Pudges, pieces in Stamford Ley.
Copyhold: Ware Extra and Thundridge - Upper Pightle, Messuage and lands called Gt Syms, Brightleys, Upper Pudges, Cottage at Rush Green, Stokes Croft, Brightley, Dame Annis, Worsley Orchard and tenement at Nobland Green, Piece in Half Yard field, Hithercroft, Further croft, Wilds.
Goldingtons als Thele - Haleys (now Lower Tomlins), Molehills Ley.
Field names.

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2285  24th October 1814

Contents:
Admission of Philip Hollingworth on death of his brother, Richard Hollingworth.
Stokes croft (Rush Green), Brightley, Dame Annis, Half Yard Field, Hither croft, Further croft, Wilds, Upper Pightle,
Messuage at Bakers End, Pudges, cottage at Rush Green.
Field names

Copy - absolute surrender: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2286  Undated 182[-]

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth to use of Daniel Giles.
Property - as in DE/A/2285

Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/2287 - 2288  2nd and 3rd December 1825

Contents:
Philip Hollingworth of Stonedon Place, Essex, (brother of late Richard Hollingworth) to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Freehold:- 7 roods belonging to copyhold tenement and others, as in DE/A/2283-4; Farm house called Bakers Hall als Bakers End and 15 acres; and copyhold as in DE/A/2283-4

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2289  20th February 1655

Contents:
Admission of Richard Wren on death of his father, John Wren.
Haleys close (2 acres)
Manor of Goldingtons

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2290  18th January 1712

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Hutchin on death of his mother, Elizabeth Hutchin (née Wren) and after death of his brother Richard.
Hayleys (2 acres) abutting on Old Laye to north, way leading from Barwick to Rush Green on west, Thomalyns on east.
Manor of Goldingtons

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2291  6th May 1751

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Hutchin on death of his father, Thomas Hutchin.
Part of close called Hayleys (2 acres) - abuttals set out, [Rush Green]
Manor of Goldingtons

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/2292  8th July 1773

Contents:
Of Thomas Hutchin of Bakers End, to use of Thomas Wren of Nobland Green.
2 acres in Hayley. Manor of Goldingtons.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2293  18th October 1773

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Wren after surrender by Thomas Hutchin.
2 acres in Hayleys [Rush Green]. Manor of Goldingtons.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2294  17th October 1787

Contents:
Admission of George Wren (an infant) on death of his father, Thomas Wren.
2 acres in Haleys

Admission  DE/A/2295  5th July 1864

Contents:
Of Arthur G Giles-Puller on death of Christopher Wm. Puller.
Haleys (then Lower Tomlins), Molehills Lay, Haleys (another piece).
Field names

Receipt for 5s Od for enfranchisement of quit rent on freehold property  DE/A/2296  13th September 1864

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller.
Meadow "near Berwick".
Signature - Charles Pratt (lord of the manor)

Receipted account  DE/A/2297 - 2298  13th September 1864

Contents:
On admission of Arthur G Giles-Puller.
Steward of manor and Mott, Gayton and Mott

Surrender  DE/A/2299  24th February 1877

Contents:
By Arthur Giles Giles-Puller, to use of himself in fee to bar intail: Manor of Goldingtons.
Haleys - now Lower Tomlins, Molehills Lay, Haleys

Admission out of court  DE/A/2300  15th February 1886

Contents:
Of Charles Giles-Puller on death of Arthur G Giles-Puller: Manor of Goldingtons.
Hayleys and Molehills Lay, etc.
Manor of Goldingtons

Bargain and sale Deed of enfranchisement  DE/A/2301  12th August 1889

Contents:
Rev Charles Pratt to Charles Giles-Puller and others.
Haleys and Molehills Lay, etc.
Witnesses - Charles Gayton, John Grersnay,
Seals - 1 armorial (Puller); 1 initials.
Signatures

Schedule of deeds in DE/A/2295-2301  DE/A/2302  5th July 1864 - 12th August 1889

Copy will  DE/A/2303  28th August 1579

Contents:
Of William Wren.
Leaves various household goods to wife Katherine, and she is to live with son Robert, but if they can't agree, Robert to pay her 40s 0d a year

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2304  30th September 1579

Contents:
Admission of Robert Wren on death of William Wren.
1 tenement, 1 curtilage, 1 garden, etc (formerly property of Wm Wren, father of Wm Wren), (Nobland Green)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2305  7th October 1628

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on death of Robert Wren.
1 tenement, 1 curtilage, 1 garden, etc at "Knobnale Greene", 2 acres in Halfyard.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2306  16th July 1708

Contents:
Surrender of John Wren and admission of Sarah Wren on death of John Wren (father of John and Robert) and then to Robert Wren, their son.
Cottage and garden called "the Kitchin" (Nobland Green)

Lease for 3 years  DE/A/2307  1st February 1641/2

Contents:
Thomas Hutchin of Ware, yeoman, to John Wren of Thundridge, yeoman.
Madcrofte in Ware.
Witnesses - Robert Skingle, Godly Skingle.
Seals - one.
Signature - mark of Hutchin

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons als Thele  DE/A/2308  14th June 1647

Contents:
Admission of Mary, Elizabeth and Anne Skingle (by Robert Spence) on death of their father, Thomas Skingle.
8 acres of land in Millfield; 2 acres in Shrankes; 2 acres in Downe; ½ acre in Northfeild; 1½ acres in Curtys Crofte; ½ acre in Ruglettshall

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2309  19th April 1658

Contents:
Admission of Mary Spencer on surrender of her father, Robert Spencer.
Neither Brightley (4 acres), (Bakers End)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra  DE/A/2310  2nd October 1661

Contents:
Surrender of John and Mary Waller to use of Richard Wren.
Close (4 acres) called Nether Brightley

Lease for 21 years  DE/A/2311  8th October 1692

Contents:
John Westwood of Thornwell, North Weald Bassett, Essex, yeoman, to Richard Wrenn of Thundridge.
2 closes and barn called Tunbridge (in tenure of Wren)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2312  6th October 1703

Contents:
Admission of John Wren of Bakers End after surrender of Thomas Bennett.
1 acre called Newland (next to Nimney Wood) (Bakers End)

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2313  10th October 1705

Contents:
Admission of John Wren on surrender out of court by Susanna Staines of Sawbridgeworth.
Brightley Hooke (4 acres) abutting on land of John Wren on west; part of south and east on land of - Wren and north on the way leading from Bakers End to Buckney Wood.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2314  18th October 1710

Contents:
Admission of John Wren of Nobland Green.
Piece of waste at Nobland Green

Bond  DE/A/2315  13th November 1669

Contents:
James Ward of Cherry Hinton, Cambs, yeoman, and Richard Wren of Thundridge, yeoman, to Richard Ward of Thundridge, yeoman.
Seals.
Signatures

Bond  DE/A/2316  30th January 1755

Contents:
John Wren of Nobland Green to Thomas Bennett

Bond for payment of £50 with interest  DE/A/2317  12th July 1765

Contents:
John Wren to Richard Wren of Babbs Green

Copy surrender to use of his will  DE/A/2318  13th June 1769

Contents:
Manor of Goldingtons.
John Wren.
All his lands, tenements, etc.
Witnesses - Thomas Bennet, Thomas Hutchin,
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender  DE/A/2319  15th December 1773

Contents:
Of John Wren of Nobland Green to use of his will.
All his lands and tenements.
Witnesses - Thomas Bennett, J R Hadsley.
Signatures

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2320  15th December 1773

Contents:
John Wren to use of his will

Copy: Will  DE/A/2321  26th August 1713

Contents:
Of John Wren of Camwell Hall, yeoman
"Hogmans" at Perry Green to wife Jane; moiety to son John after 4 years and then to John and Joseph; House called Manvalls Valley, Mamlands Bottom, Mamlands Upperley or Pyons Field to son Robert at end of 4 years; Pyons, etc to son Thomas.
Legacies to daughters, Elizabeth, Jane and Sarah

Label to next 10 documents DE/A/2323-2332 and memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2322 - 2323  28th July 1724

Contents:
John Godfrey to use of Benjamin Camfield of Stapleford.
Messuage at Bakers End and 2 crofts adjoining, and Tomes Wood, and 3 acres in Burley common

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2324  2nd September 1724

Contents:
Admission of Benjamin Camfield of Stapleford.
Messuage at Bakers End, 2 crofts adjoining Tomes Wood, 3 acres in Burley common

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2325  9th June 1740

Contents:
Admission of John Camfield on the death of his father, Benjamin Camfield.
Property - as in DE/A/2323.
Field names

Receipted account for fees on admission  DE/A/2326  1740

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
John Camfield

"Valuation of Toms Wood"  DE/A/2327  January 1804

Contents:
Valued by John Baker and Edward Johnson.
Toms Wood

Receipted account for valuing Tom's Wood  DE/A/2328 - 2329  January 1804

Memorandum of absolute surrender  DE/A/2330  21st April 1804

Contents:
Of Benjamin Camfield of Stapleford, yeoman, to the use of Daniel Giles of Youngsbury: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Tome Wood, (? Bakers End)

Deed of covenant on absolute surrender  DE/A/2331  21st April 1804

Contents:
Benjamin Camfield to Daniel Giles

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2332  1st November 1805

Contents:
Admission of Daniel Giles on surrender of Benjamin Camfield.
Tomes Wood

Bundle of Receipts for Fire Insurance Premiums (Sun Fire Office)  DE/A/2333 - 2378  1772-1784

Contents:
John and Thomas Wren

Receipts for legacies  DE/A/2379 - 2382  1705, 1727, 1732, 1735

Contents:
Under wills of Richard and John Wren
Signatures - James Wren, John Hewitt, William Crispin Rich, Martha and Joshua Judd

Abstract of title  DE/A/2383  1452-1706

Contents:
Of Wrens to various lands in manors of Goldingtons and Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Patience, etc (field names fully set out), Dame Agnes, etc

Demise for 999 years  DE/A/2384  29th May 1664

Contents:
Thomas Lunsford of South Lambeth, Surrey, to Edmund Clarke of South Lambeth, gent.
½ part of messuage called Bakers als
Bakers End or the Hall house, 37 acres of arable

Deed of partition  DE/A/2385  23rd May 1665

Contents:
Thomas Lunsford and Henry Whittaker, citizen and cutler of London.
Bakers Hall als Bakers End and 67 acres

Letters of administration  DE/A/2386  22nd December 1732

Contents:
Granted to Susanna Hutt, formerly Clarke, (now wife of John Hutt) after death of Edmund Clarke.
Seals - gone

Articles of Agreement for purchase  DE/A/2387  14th February 1732/3

Contents:
John Hutt of Clapham, builder, and John Cope of London, gent (1) and John Rutt.
½ part of Bakers als Bakers End or the Hall house

Assignment of residue of term of 999 years  DE/A/2388  1st March 1732

Contents:
In trust for John Rutt, John Hutt of Clapham, and Susanna his wife (widow of Edmund Clarke) and John Cope of Christ Church, London, gent, and Susanna his wife (daughter of late Edmund Clarke) (1); John Rutt of Ware, ironmonger (2); Joseph Rutt, of Ware, ironmonger (3). ½ part of Bakers als Bakers Hall.
Signatures

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2389 - 2390  2nd and 3rd March 1732

Contents:
John Hutt and Susannah his wife, and John Cope and Susanna his wife, to John Rutt.
Stamford Ley, Netherfield and the Slade and 1 pightle; 3 acres in Thomalons; 10 acres in Bushcroft; 3 acres in Common Burley; 3 acres in Bowstree; 2 acres in Holmefield; 3 acres in Half Yard; 7 acres in Domingates; 1½ acres in Barley Croft.
Seals - red wax.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/2391  Easter 1732


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2389-2390

Contents:
John Rutt and Sarah Bridden, spinster, plts, and John Hutt and Susannah his wife, John Cope and Susanna his wife, and Henry Adams the elder, and Ann his wife, defs.
One messuage, one garden, one orchard, 50 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 5 acres of pasture, with appurtenances

Bond  DE/A/2392  3rd March 1732


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2389-90

Contents:
John Hutt of Clapham, and John Cope of Christchurch, London, to John Rutt of Ware, ironmonger.
Seals - 2 red wax.
Signatures - Hutt and Cope

Extract from probate copy of Will  DE/A/2393  26th March 1740

Contents:
Of John Rutt of Ware, ironmonger.
Property, etc left to brothers and sister Jane. (Notes re death of Charles and Joseph and Jane). Pr: 23rd May 1757

Mortgage to secure £600 and interest  DE/A/2394  24th November 1775

Contents:
John Roberts of Ware, gent to John Burr of Ware, surgeon.
Land in Stamford Ley, Netherfield, Little Pightle, the Slade, Thomalons, Bush croft, Common Burley, Bowstree, Homefield, Half Yard field, Domingates, Barley croft; Mill Mead in Ware, (Bakers End).
Field names

Bond in connection with mortgage  DE/A/2395  24th November 1775

Seals - torn off

Contents:
John Roberts and John Burr.
Signature - John Roberts

Purchase agreement  DE/A/2396  30th May 1778

Contents:
John Roberts and Joseph White.
Lands in occupation of Daniel Wren and Joseph White.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/2397 - 2398  6th and 7th July 1778

Contents:
John Roberts to Joseph White.
Pieces in Stamford ley, Netherfield and the Slade, a little pightle, 3 acres in Thomalons, Bush croft, Common Burley, Holme Field, Half Yard, Domingates, Barley Croft

Assignment in trust of Mortgage  DE/A/2399  7th July 1778

Contents:
John Burr of Ware, surgeon (1); John Roberts of Thundridge (2); Joseph White (3); Joseph Fairman (4); Thomas Climenson (5).
Property - as in DE/A/2397-8.
Seals.
Signatures

Attested copy of the probate of will  DE/A/2400  3rd February 1798; Pr: 5th December 1798

Contents:
Of Joseph White of Sawtrees Farm.
Buckney Wood House, Bakers End property, etc, Nobland Green

Receipt for legacy  DE/A/2401  26th November 1799

Contents:
Robert and Elizabeth Farrer to exors of late Joseph White

Release for legacy of £400  DE/A/2402  29th September 1800

Contents:
Given to Elizabeth Farrer under will of Joseph White and charged on land at Bakers End.
Robert and Elizabeth Farrer to Thomas White and John White

Deed of covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2403  8th September 1801

Contents:
Thomas and John White of Sawtrees Farm, and Elizabeth (wife of John) to George White of Castlebury Farm.
Property - as in DE/A/2397-8.
Seals.
Signatures

Fine  DE/A/2404  Michaelmas 1801

Contents:
George White, plt, and Thomas White, John White and Elizabeth his wife, defs.
1 shed, 1 barn, 1 curtilage, 42 acres of land, etc

Lease and Release  DE/A/2405 - 2406  24th and 25th September 1810

Contents:
Thomas White late of Sawtrees Farm, now of Green End, to Joseph White of Standon, farmer and maltster.
½ part of lands in DE/A/2397-8.
Signatures

Lease and Release of moiety of lands  DE/A/2407 - 2409  2nd and 3rd December 1811

Contents:
John White and George White (his trustee) to Joseph White of Standon, and lawyer's account.
½ part of property, as in DE/A/2397-8

Abstract of Title  DE/A/2410  1732-1811

Contents:
Of Joseph White.
Freehold lands (Bakers als Bakers End or the Hall house, etc)

Lease and Release in Fee of dower, etc  DE/A/2411 - 2412  21st and 22nd April 1819

Contents:
Joseph White and Sarah his wife, (1); Martha White (widow of Joseph) of Datchworth (2); to Daniel Giles (3).
Property - as in DE/A/2397-8

Fines  DE/A/2413 - 2414  Easter 1819


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2412

Contents:
Daniel Giles, plt, and Joseph and Sarah White, defs.
42 acres, etc

Assignment of a term of 1000 years in trust to attend inheritance  DE/A/2415  22nd April 1819

Contents:
John Climenson of Ware (1); Joseph White (2); Daniel Giles (3); Christopher Puller of Lincolns Inn (4).
(Recites mortgage of 1775-2394 and Assignment of 1778).
Property - as in DE/A/2394.
Field names.
Signatures

Lease and Release (Marriage Settlement)  DE/A/2416 - 2417  7th and 8th June 1734

Contents:
Dorothy Savile of Ware (1); Francis Chichester of Drumglass of Tyron, gent. (2); James Windus and William Windus (3). [Chichester to marry Dorothy Savile].
Farm house called Bakers End and lands

Deed Poll: Revocation of uses of marriage settlement  DE/A/2418  18th January 1734/5

Contents:
Francis Chichester and Dorothy, his wife.
Seals.
Signatures

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/2419 - 2420  20th and 21st January 1734/5

Contents:
Francis Chichester of Ware, gent., and Dorothy his wife, to William Adair of Pall Mall, esquire.
Bakers End Farm, and 15 acres.
Signatures

Copy of a fine  DE/A/2421  Hilary 1734/5

Contents:
William Adair, plt, and Francis and Dorothy Chichester, defs.
1 messuage and 21 acres

Lease and Release (Mortgage)  DE/A/2422 - 2423  20th and 21st January 1736

Contents:
William Adair of Pall Mall, esq (1); Francis and Dorothy Chichester (2); to John Rookes of Edmonton, yeoman.
Bakers End Farm House.
Signatures

Lease and Release  DE/A/2424 - 2425  2nd and 3rd August 1737

Contents:
Francis Chichester (late of Ware and now of St George, Hanover Square) and Dorothy his wife, to Thomas Rhodes of St Giles in the Fields, citizen and pewterer of London.
"Bakers Hall otherwise Bakers" and lands:- 6 acres in Little Fynes and Gt Fynes, the Lane and Mead 5 acres, 2 acres in Barley croft, etc, (Bakers End).
Seals.
Signatures

Fines  DE/A/2426 - 2427  Michaelmas 1737

Contents:
Thomas Rhodes, plt, and Francis Chichester and Dorothy his wife, defs.
Property - as in DE/A/2424-2425

Lease and Release  DE/A/2428 - 2429  19th and 20th January 1737/8

Contents:
John Rookes of Edmonton, yeoman, to Thomas Rhodes of St Giles-in-the-Fields.
Bakers End Farm.
Signature - John Rookes

Lease and Release and Feoffment  DE/A/2430 - 2431  16th and 17th April 1807

Contents:
Thomas Scott of Walton, Kimcote, Leics, gent, and Wm Lucas of Kimcote, gent (1); Peggy Tiffin Willey, widow, of Willoughby Waterless, Leics (2); Richard Hollingworth of Queens Square, Westminster (3); Cordell Brooks of Gt George Street (4).
[Late Rev J Willey was devisee of Thomas Rhodes].
Bakers End Farm (in occupation of Mrs Wren).
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - dated 8th May. Memo that seizin was taken. Signed: George White, James Bennett, George Wren

Copy of fine  DE/A/2432  Easter 1807

Contents:
Richard Hollingworth, plt, and Thomas Scott and Wm. Lucas, defs.
Messuage, barn, stable, curtilage, garden, 21 acres, (Bakers End)

Schedule of Deeds  DE/A/2433  Undated [1807]


Related information: Documents DE/A/2416-2429 listed

Contents:
"Relating to a Messuage or Tenement... at Bakers End... purchased by Richard Hollingworth Esq of Messrs. Scott and Lucas, Devisees in Trust named in Will of The Revd. John Willey, decd."
Other personal names

Receipt for rent  DE/A/2434  7th May 1807

Contents:
Mrs Wren pays Hollingworth £15 for farm, (Bakers End)

Deed poll: Feoffment Bargain and Sale  DE/A/2435  24th January 1652/3

Contents:
John Grave of Thundridge, yeoman, to Robert Milles of Bakers End, yeoman.
3 acres in Halfe yard common field.
(Abuttals set out). (Bakers End).
Field names.
Other personal names

2 Copies of Court Roll (on one membrane): Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2436  9th October 1621

Contents:
Admission of Robert Mills after the surrender out of court of John Lawrence.
1 acre in Awsage common field, abutting on land of John Hutchin on south east and on the footpath leading to Ware on the north west; a close containing 2 acres called Broadegreene abutting on Awsage to south west and land of John Lawrence to north east

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2437  24th December 1702

Contents:
Thomas and Mary Perry to use of Thomas Bennett.
1 acre in Awsage and 2 acres called Broadgreenes.
Field names

Bond on surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2438  24th December 1702

Contents:
Thomas and Margaret Perry to Thomas Bennett.
1 acre in Awsage, Broadgreenes.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - A Windus, J. Windus, R Patmore.
Signature - Thomas Perry

Discharge  DE/A/2439  24th December 1702

Contents:
From Thomas and Mary Perry to Thomas Bennett, for payment of £30.
Property - as DE/A/2438.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures - Thomas and Mary Perry

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2440  6th October 1708

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Bennett, junr, after surrender of Thomas and Mary Perry, and appointment of Thomas Bennett, senr, as his guardian.
Property - as in DE/A/2438.
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2441  6th October 1708

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Bennett after surrender of Thomas Skingle.
Parcel of meadow called Pipers Garden: (abuttals given).
Field names.
Other personal names

Memorandum of surrender out of court: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2442  5th October 1756

Contents:
Thomas Bennet to use of his will.
All copyholds of above manor.
Witnesses - Wm Hitch, Richard Wrenn

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2443  7th November 1763

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Bennett and Edward Bennett under will of late Thomas Bennett, their father.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greenes, Pipers Garden. (Abuttals given).
Other personal names

Receipt for fee on admission  DE/A/2444  7th November 1763

Contents:
Signed Thos Plumer Byde.
Thomas and Edward Bennett

Receipted steward's account  DE/A/2445  7th - 15th November 1763


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2443

Contents:
Thomas and Edward Bennett and Thos Sheppard (steward of manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge).
Field names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2446  11th October 1793

Contents:
Admission of Edward Bennett on death of his father, Edward Bennett.
½ part of 1 acre in Awsage, Broadgreenes, Pipers Garden.
Other personal names

Account re admission fees of Edward Bennett  DE/A/2447  11th October 1793


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2446

Memorandum of absolute surrender out of court  DE/A/2448  13th April 1801

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Thomas Bennett of Ware, farmer, to use of Edward Bennett of Noons, Sawbridgeworth, farmer.
½ part of :- 1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greens, Pipers Garden.
Witnesses - Joseph Wrenn, George Barnard

Bond for quiet enjoyment  DE/A/2449  13th April 1801


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2449

Contents:
Thomas Bennett to Edward Bennett.
Property - as in DE/A/2449.
Signatures

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2450  25th October 1802

Contents:
Admission of Edward Bennett after surrender of Thomas Bennett. Note at bottom saying that Edward Bennett immediately afterwards surrendered to the use of his will.
½ part of:- 1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greens and Pipers Garden

Copy of conditional surrender (mortgage); Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2451  26th February 1814

Contents:
Edward Bennett of Sawbridgeworth, farmer, to William Yardley of Bishops Stortford, watchmaker.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greens, Pipers Garden.
Field names.
Other personal names.

Bond  DE/A/2452  26th February 1814


Related information: In connection with conditional surrender in DE/A/2451

Contents:
Edward Bennett and George Bennett of Takeley, miller (his son) to William Yardley of Bishop's Stortford

Abstract of Title  DE/A/2453  1763-1814

Contents:
Of Thomas Bennett.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greene and Pipers Garden

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2454  23rd November 1820

Contents:
Admission of Rev Peter Fraser on surrender of Thomas Bennett.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greens and Pipers Garden.
Other personal names

Account for fees  DE/A/2455  23rd November 1820

Contents:
On admission of Rev Peter Fraser

Release  DE/A/2456  24th November 1820

Contents:
Thomas Bennett to Rev Peter Fraser of Ware.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Greens, and Pipers Garden.
Seals.
Signature - Thomas Bennett

Receipt (signed by A C Bond)  DE/A/2497  2nd December 1820

Contents:
Thomas Bennett to Rev F Fraser

Account re surrenders, etc. Bond to Bennett  DE/A/2458 - 2459  1820 and 1823

Contents:
Endorsed is a letter to Rev P Fraser (from Bond) saying that Bennett refuses to pay and insists that Fraser does. All this is enclosed in a letter (dated 4th March 1823) to Daniel Giles from A C Bond

Deed of enfranchisement (Release)  DE/A/2460  10th June 1826

Seals - bad

Contents:
Thomas Hope Byde of Ware Park, esquire, to Rev Peter Fraser of Ware.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Green, Pipers Garden.
Signature - Thos Hope Byde

Lease and Release in fee  DE/A/2461 - 2462  3rd May 1827

Contents:
Rev Peter Fraser of Ware, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
1 acre in Awsage, Broad Green and Pipers Garden.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - Peter Fraser

Deed of Enfranchisement of copyholds  DE/A/2463  10th June 1826

Contents:
Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge.
Thomas Hope Byde of Ware Park, to Daniel Giles.
Tomes's wood, 1 acre in Longlands, messuage at Nobland Green, 10 acres in Highfield, the Homestall, piece in Netherfield, piece in Stanford Ley, Saffron Garden, and orchard, pieces in Corsal, Little Pingle, site of cottage at Rush Green, Old Downhams, Worsley Orchard, piece in Half Yard field, Hither Croft, Further Croft, 41/5th parts and ¾th parts of 1/5th part in messuage (now 3) called Mountains and the ¼th part of the 1/5th part.
Signature - Byde

Lease and Release and Deed of Exchange  DE/A/2464 - 2465  9th and 10th June 1830

Contents:
Between Jefferies Spranger of Grays Inn, esquire, and Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
To Spranger: Messuage at Nobland Green with garden, etc, Saffron Garden, 2 pieces in Stamford Ley, High Field, Homecroft, Netherfield.
To Giles: Little Mead, als Cassell Mead, Great Croft, The Pightle als Lavington Pightle, piece in Half Yard common, Upper Hayley and Bushcroft, Kiddle Hayley, Lower Hayley

THUNDRIDGE AND WARE  [no ref. or date]

Camps Farm  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of a mortgage  DE/A/2466  3rd September 1717

Contents:
Walter Sebborn of Islington, farmer (1); Zachary King of St Giles-without- Cripplegate (2); John Rankin of Theydon Garnon, tanner (3); John Street of Epping, tallow-chandler (4). Camps Farm als, Camps House (lately built by John Harvey of Ware); 2 closes called Camps Closes; close adjoining, Gt. Marefield als Marshfield; Lt Mare-field als Marshfield.
Essex: The hemstalls in Abbas Roothing and Beauchamps Roothing.
Signatures - Street, Chester, Rankin (on endorsement): Sibben, King and Rankin.
Endorsement - Assignment of mortgage (John Street having died)

Fines  DE/A/2467 - 2468  Trinity 1720


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2469-70

Contents:
Robert Chester, quer, and John and Mary Rankin, defs.
Property in Ware, Thundridge, Abbots
Roothing and Beauchamp Roothing

Lease and Release and covenant to levy fine  DE/A/2469 - 2470  8th and 9th August 1720

Contents:
John Rankin of Theydon Garnon, tanner, and Mary his wife, to Robert Chester of Briggens, esquire.
Camps Farm and lands as in DE/A/2466 and Essex as in DE/A/2466.
Seals
Signatures

Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/2471  9th August 1720

Contents:
John Rankin of Theydon Garnon, tanner, and Mary his wife, to Robert Chester of Briggens, esq.
Camps Farm, etc, as DE/A/2466 and the Hempstall, as in DE/A/2466

Bargain and sale (enrolled)  DE/A/2472  21st October 1725

Contents:
Trustees of the South Sea Company to John Evans, citizen and clothworker of London.
Camps Farm, etc, as in DE/A/2466, (late property of Robert Chester, one of the directors of the South Sea Co).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signatures - Mathew Lent, Thomas Crosse, John Lads

Copy of administration granted to George and Mary Evans  DE/A/2473  9th February 1729/30

Contents:
P C C

Copy of administration granted to Isabella Day  DE/A/2474  1st March 1747/8

Contents:
On death of George Evans

Pedigree of Evans and Phelps families  DE/A/2475  1729-1750 [Undated]

Contents:
Showing descent of the property from John Evans to George Phelps

Attested copies of Lease and Release and covenant to surrender copyhold  DE/A/2476 - 2477  15th and 16th March 1771

Contents:
George Phelpe of Fanhams Hall, Ware, to William Plumer of Gilston Park.
Farm called Fanhams Hall, with 10 acres in High Oak Field; Campe Farm and lands as in DE/A/2466.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Endorsement - Examined 1822

Release (Lease missing)  DE/A/2478  23rd April 1805

Contents:
William Bishop of Lincolns Inn (1); Elizabeth Bishop of New Norfolk Street (2); to William Plumer (3). Recites Lease and Release dated 1784.
Fanhams Hall, Fanhams Hall Farm, and Camps Farm with lands as in DE/A/2466.
Field names.
Endorsement - Examined 1822

Sale particulars  DE/A/2479  7th June 1822


Related information: 28870-1; Photocopy of a Plan of Fanham Farm - Field names as in DE/A/2479; 1718

Contents:
Fanhams Hall, Fanhame Hall Farm, Camps Farm, various pieces in High Oak Field, etc.
Field names

Letter (with pedigree)  DE/A/2480  17th August 1822

Contents:
From Saml Vines of Lincolns Inn to Mott, Times and Mott, re Bishop family.

Attested copy of release of legacies  DE/A/2481  25th September 1822

Contents:
Wm Whateley of Droxford, Hants; Rev T. Whateley of Cookham, Berks.; Rev Richard Whateley of Halesworth, Suffolk; Katherine Whateley of Bath, spinster; Rachel E Whateley of Bath; Mary D Whateley of Bath; to Jane Plumer of Gilston Park.
[Several Plumer wills recited].
Endorsements - Checked 28th October 1822

Lease and Release and Appointment  DE/A/2482 - 2483  22nd and 23rd October 1822

Contents:
Jane Plumer of Gileton Park, widow, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Messuage and lands:- Lower Ley, the Meadow, Morrell mead, 5 acres, Upper Field, Long Field, the pightle, piece in High Oak Field; (abuttals set out)

Assignment of Term to attend Inheritance  DE/A/2484  23rd October 1822

Contents:
Mrs A Harwood of Chiswick, widow, Henry Fenny of Kensington, clerk, and Sarah his wife, with consent of Jane Plumer, widow, to Thomas Nicholson of Hertford in trust for Daniel Giles of Youngsbury.
Camps Farm, etc.
Seals.
Signatures

Deed of Covenant to produce Title Deeds (schedule)  DE/A/2485  26th October 1822

Contents:
Samuel Adams of Ware, Banker, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury. (Adams having bought Lot 1 of the Fanhams Sale).
Other personal names.
Seals.
Signature - Adams

Abstract of title  DE/A/2486  1699-1822

Contents:
Of Mrs Flumer to Camps Farm and land in High Oak Field [formerly part of Fanhame Hall].
Field names.
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtone  DE/A/2487  28th May 1777

Contents:
Admission of John Roberts of Ware after surrender of George Jennings of Newsells Park.
Long Croft Bottom, Long Croft Mead, Mad Croft

Attested copy of conditional surrender  DE/A/2488  16th November 1782

Contents:
Manor of Goldingtons - (mortgage). John Roberts of Thundridge, gent, to Richard Corrie of Hertford, gent.
Long Croft Bottom, Long Croft Mead, Mad Croft

Attested copy of Corrie's Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender  DE/A/2489  16th May 1786

Contents:
Corrie and Roberts.
Long Croft and Mad croft.
Witnesses - Wm King,
Robert Swallow

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2490  11th October 1786

Contents:
Admission of Ambrose Proctor on surrender of John Roberts.
Long Croft Bottom, Long Croft Mead and Madcroft

Moles Farm  [no ref. or date]

Deed of exchange of lands  DE/A/2491  2nd April 1868

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller and Robert Hanbury of Poles.
To Hanbury:- Home Meadow, Bottom Meadow, Walls Field, Peacocks Field.
To Puller:- Further Mansfield, First Mansfield, Seven Acres, 4 acres, Lower Meadow, Long Close, Middle Meadow, Home Pasture, Garden, House, etc [Little Fanhams].
Seal - Enclosure Commrs

Sale particulars  DE/A/2492  31st August 1826

Contents:
Moles Farm and lands, Long Field, Bradleys Close, High Oak Close, Piece in High Oak Common, Maplestocks, Mazleys Common; Hole Farm; Houses and maltings in Star Lane

Ware Park  [no ref. or date]

Sale particulars of Ware Park with plan of estate giving field names, etc  DE/A/2493 - 2494  30th May 1826

Contents:
Ware Park, Ware Park Farm, Ware Park Mill, manor of Ware.
Field names

Bargain and sale (Deed of Enfranchisement of copyhold)  DE/A/2495  13th March 1826

Contents:
Thomas Hope Byde of Ware Park, and George Proctor of Ware.
Fox Croft (8 acres) in Ware.
Signature - Byde

Mackhouse Farm  [no ref. or date]

Label to next documents and Bargain and Sale. Release following a lease for a year dated November 1661  DE/A/2496 - 2497  19th December 1661

Contents:
Sir Ralph Baesh, K B, Sir John Watts of Tewin.
Mackhouse, Middle Close, piece in Assidge Common, piece of land abutting on St. John's Green, Scalyacke Dole, Reading Hills.
Witnesses - John Taylor,
Ro Wolley,
Tho Sandford.
Signature - Ralph Baesh

Conveyance by release (lease for a year missing)  DE/A/2498  18th March 1698/9

Contents:
Thomas Dunster of Hertford, and Dorothy his wife, Ann Maria Watts of Hertford, Frances Watts of Hertford, to Thomas Bennett of Ware, yeoman.
Mackhouse and lands, as in DE/A/2496.
Seals - Armorial [Tags are pieces of court rolls (or copies) manor of Thundridge - 1697].
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt for purchase money, signed Tho Dunster, Ann and Fra Watts.
Witnesses: R Windus, John Gridley, John Wren

Mortgage to secure £30 and interest  DE/A/2499  16th October 1744

Contents:
Thomas Bennett to John Rutt of Ware, gent.
Mackhouse Farm and lands as in DE/A/2496.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt dated 7th October 1754 for the sum of £44. 18s received by John Rutt from John Camp of Ware

Note that Thomas Bennett left property to James Bennett, his son, by his Will dated 5th April 1748  DE/A/2500  Undated [after 5th April 1748]

Lease and Release  DE/A/2501 - 2502  4th and 5th October 1754

Contents:
James Bennett of Ware, yeoman, and Ann his wife, to John Camp of Ware, yeoman.
Mackhouse Farm and lands as in DE/A/2496.
Signatures - James Bennett and mark of Ann Bennett

Bond  DE/A/2503  5th October 1754


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2501-2

Contents:
James Bennett of Ware, and John Camp of Ware.
Witnesses - James Windus,
Thos Botwright.
Signature - James Bennett

Fines  DE/A/2504 - 2505  Michaelmas Term 1754


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2501-2

Contents:
John Camp, plt, and James Bennett and Ann, his wife, defs.
1 messuage, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 10 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture

Assignment of mortgage in trust to attend inheritance  DE/A/2506  14th October 1754

Contents:
John Rutt to Joseph Camp with consent of James Bennett.
Mackhouse Farm and lands as in DE/A/2496

Lease and Release  DE/A/2507 - 2508  20th and 21st January 1756

Contents:
James Bennett, heir of Thomas Bennett, dec'd, to John Camp of Wareside.
Danfields Mead (abuttals set out).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signature - James Bennett.
Endorsement - Receipt for purchase money

Bond for £400  DE/A/2509  21st January 1756

Contents:
James Bennett of Ware and John Camp of Wareside.
Witnesses - Joseph Camp,
Thos. Botwright.
Seals.
Signature - James Bennett

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2510  13th October 1758

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Randall on death of John Camp and by his will.
William Randall (her father) appointed guardian.
1/3rd part of his lands [? Danfield Mead].
Other personal names

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2511  13th October 1758

Contents:
Admission of John Randall under will of John Camp of Babbs Green; William Randall (his father) appointed Guardian.
1/3rd part of 6 closes abutting on land of James Gutteridge, N; highway from New Hall Green to Ware, S

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2512  13th October 1758

Contents:
Admission of Susanna Randall under will of John Camp.
William Randall (her father) appointed Guardian.
1/3rd part of 6 closes

Conveyance by fine and recovery and covenant to surrender copyholds  DE/A/2513  10th June 1775

Contents:
Samuel French of Hertford and Susanna his wife, Thomas Simson of Hertford, watchmaker and Sarah his wife, and John Randall of Hitchin, staymaker (1); Wm Hessell of Furnivals Inn (2); to Thomas Wrenn of Ware, yeoman.
Mackhouse and lands as in DE/A/2496. (Copyhold - 6 closes; 1½ acres in Scoller's Dole).
Seals.
Signatures

Exemplification of recovery  DE/A/2514  Trinity 1775

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn, demandant; Wm Hessell, tenant; Samuel French and others, vouchees.
Mackhouse, etc

Extract of Clause of John Camp's Will  DE/A/2515  20th August 1757

Contents:
[? In connection with Recovery:- folded inside].
Mackhouse and lands. Pr: 6th March 1758

Fines  DE/A/2516 - 2517  Trinity 1757


Related information: In connection with Recovery (DE/A/2514)

Contents:
Wm Hessell, plt, and Samuel French and Susanna, his wife, Thomas Simson and Sarah his wife, John Randall, defs.
1 messuage, etc

Recovery  DE/A/2518 - 2519  17th July 1775

Contents:
Suffered by John Randall, Samuel French and wife, Thomas Simson and wife and their surrender to use of Thomas Wrenn.
Admission of Wrenn. Receipt for quit rent: Manor of Goldingtons.
6 closes of land at Ware

Deed to lead the uses of a Fine  DE/A/2520  19th July 1775

Contents:
John and Mary Randall of Hitchin, to Thomas Wrenn.
Mackhouse and lands as in DE/A/2496.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Signatures

Mortgage for £400 and interest  DE/A/2521  25th July 1775

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn to George Sealy of Ware, Ironmonger.
Mackhouse and lands.
Signature - Wrenn.
Endorsement - Note, dated 25th July 1781, that money and interest were paid (assignment of mortgage)

Bond in connection with mortgage  DE/A/2522  25th July 1775

Seal and signature torn off

Contents:
Thomas Wren and George Sealy.
Endorsement - Note that Bond was paid off by John Harding (assignment of mortgage 1781)

Conditional Surrender (Mortgage): Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2523  25th July 1775

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn to George Sealy of Ware.
6 closes of land.
Endorsement - Note that sum and interest were paid

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2524  24th July 1781

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn of New Hall Green to use of George Sealy.
6 closes of land.
Witnesses - Charles Clapton, Wm King

Assignment of Mortgage  DE/A/2525  25th July 1781

Contents:
George Sealy, by direction of Thomas Wrenn, to John Harding of Hunsdon, yeoman.
Mackhouse Farm and lands as in DE/A/2496.
Seals.
Signatures

Conditional surrender (mortgage): Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2526  25th July 1781

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn to John Harding.
6 closes.
Witnesses - Charles Clapton,
Richard Wrenn,
Wm King,
Signature - Wrenn

Bond on conditional surrender  DE/A/2527  25th July 1781

Seal and signature cut off

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn to John Harding of Hunsdon

Lease and Release in fee  DE/A/2528 - 2529  4th and 5th May 1792

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn (1); John Harding of Hunsdon (2); to William Kimpton of Fanhams Hall (3); and Thomas Waller his trustee) of Ware (4).
Mackhouse Farm and lands.
Field names.
Signatures

Receipt signed by John Harding, for £450 and interest from Thomas Wrenn  DE/A/2530  5th May 1792

Contents:
In connection with conditional surrender: Manor of Goldingtons

Copy of absolute surrender: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2531 - 2532  5th May 1792

Contents:
Thomas Wrenn to Wm Kimpton of Fanhams Hall, and receipt for quit-rent.
Six pieces of land.
Signature - T Wrenn

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2533  3rd October 1792

Contents:
Admission of Wm Kimpton.
6 closes of arable land.
Other personal names

Abstract of will of William Kimpton and note re sale of stock  DE/A/2534 - 2535  30th April 1810

Contents:
Pr: 20th October 1810

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Ware Extra and Thundridge  DE/A/2536  29th October 1813

Contents:
Admission of William Kimpton under will of his grandfather.
1½ acres in Scollars Dole [part of Mackhouse Farm]
Field names

Mortgage by Lease and Release for £500 and a further £300 (Kimpton to Hankin)  DE/A/2537 - 2538  20th and 22nd May 1815

Contents:
Wm Kimpton of Fanhams Hall, Ware, farmer (1); Thomas Waller formerly of Ware, Cornchandler (2); Thomas Hankin of Ware, Mealman (3); and Thomas West of Red Lion Street, Wapping (4).
Mackhouse Farm and lands (Covenant to surrender copyhold).
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures.
Endorsements - 11th April 1820 Kimpton to Hankin - further mortgage for £300

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2539  29th November 1815

Contents:
Admission of Wm Kimpton under Will of Wm Kimpton, his grandfather.
6 closes of land

Memorandum of conditional surrender (mortgage): Manor of Goldingtons  DE/A/2540  11th August 1821

Contents:
Wm Kimpton to Edward Chuck of Ware.
6 closes of land

Warrant of attorney (in connection with mortgage)  DE/A/2541  11th August 1821

Contents:
Wm Kimpton (and Edward Chuck).
[Mackhouse Farm]

Lease and Release and Conveyance  DE/A/2542 - 2543  31st January and 1st February1 1822

Contents:
Wm Kimpton of Fanhams Hall (1); Thomas Hankin of Stanstead Abbotts (2); to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury (3).
Mackhouse Farm and lands.
Field names.
Seals.
Signatures

Draft conveyance (release in fee)  DE/A/2544  28th November 1832

Contents:
Joseph King of Grosvenor Square, Esq (nephew and heir of Daniel Giles) (1); Benjamin Giles King of Youngsbury (2); Rt Hon Thomas Brand; Baron Dacre and Nicolson Calvert (3); Dame Louisa Puller of Piccadilly, widow (4); Christopher Wm Puller of Lincolns Inn (5); Edward Chuch of Ware, maltster (6); Joseph Lythgoe of Strand, gent (7).
Mackhouse Farm.
Field names.

Assignment of a Term in trust to attend inheritance  DE/A/2545  31st January 1833

Contents:
Thomas West (at request of Benjamin Giles King and Edward Chuck) to Joseph King esq.
Mackhouse Farm and lands.
Seals.
Signatures

Cozens  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DE/A/2564  1661 - 1830

Contents:
To cozens farm and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Abstract of Deed reciting previous transactions and letter from Layton Cooke to Daniel Giles  DE/A/2565 - 2566  22nd July 1830; Letter - 23rd Sept 1831

Contents:
John Cole (1); Thomas Orger, Doctor of Laws (2); Warner Cobham and Mary his wife (nee Orger)
Cozens and lands.
Field names.
Other personal names

Assignment of Leasehold lands in Trust under will of Daniel Giles  DE/A/2567  16th June 1832

Contents:
Mr Warner Cobham and wife to Rt Hon Lord Dacre and Nicholson Calvert Esq (with consent of Dame Louisa Puller).
Close called "Five Acres"; close called Ten Acres; (part of Cozens Farm).
Signatures

Perambulation of Bounds of Thundridge  DE/A/2560  [n.d.]

STANDSTEAD ABBOTS, ETC  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Daniel Hankin to freehold estates in Stanstead Abbotts, etc.; And agreement signed by Thomas and Daniel Hankin to surrender copyhold lands to Daniel Giles (dated 3rd August 1824)  DE/A/2561 - 2562  1824 - 1826

Contents:
Other personal names

WARE  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DE/A/2563  1749 - 1798

Contents:
Of Thomas Hope Byde to manor of Ware and other property in various surrounding parishes.
Other personal names

Two abstracts of title of Sampson Hanbury to a moiety of an estate called Woodcocks and also supplemental abstract of title of T H Masterman to same property  DE/A/2568 - 2570  1768 - 1832 and 1814

Contents:
Woodcocks.
Field names

Printed: "A letter to Rowland Gardiner Alston, Esq"  DE/A/2571  1843

Contents:
In reply to letter to Churchwardens of Ware, written by Churchwardens of Ware. (James Hudson and William Cater)

(Printed): Statement and evidence regarding "Half-Acre Footpath, near Ware" (endorsed "Poles") and report of proceedings in King's Bench  DE/A/2572  1828

(Printed): "A few observations on the Conveniences and Advantages of the Ware Friendly Institution"  DE/A/2573  1830

Printed notice re dripping eaves  DE/A/2574  7th October 1839

Bibliography: (Printed by H Batty, Ware)


Manuscript notebook  DE/A/2575  1738-9

Contents:
Containing "A case relating to the Navigation of the River Lea......" (presented at Parliament before the passing of the 1739 Act - quotes Acts from 1428 onwards)

Printed copy of Act of Parliament for sale of estates of Ambrose Proctor of Ware  DE/A/2576  17th June 1824

Contents:
Ware: Manor of Waters als Mattox and lands; Mardocks and Bawcocks Farms and lands; Mardocks Mill; Lower Crib Street Farm; Upper Crib Street Farm.
Thundridge: Swangles and Fish House Farm.
Bengeo and Standon: Rennesley Farm and Manor.
Standon: Berwick Farm; High Cross Farm; Standon Green Farm; Old Hall Farm.
Watton and Munden: Wempstead Farm.
Datchworth: Bragbury End Farm.
Sawbridgeworth: Bursteads manor and Farm.
Field names

CHECKENDEN (OXON)  [no ref. or date]

Attested copy of marriage settlement  DE/A/2578  23rd July 1788

Contents:
William Cunliffe Shawe, esquire, to Phillipa Pole of Bedford Square. Property in Checkenden, Oxfordshire, and in Lancashire

WALKERN, CLOTHALL, WESTON  [no ref. or date]

Extracts from recovery suffered by John Chambers Dorrill  DE/A/2579  Michaelmas 1734

Contents:
(Wm Tayler, dem; George North, ten.; J C Dorrill, vouchee).
2 messuages; 2 gardens; 140 acres of land and wood

HAMPTON, MIDDX, GT BADDOW, ESSEX  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will  DE/A/2580  19th August 1751

Contents:
Of John Chambers Dorrill of Hampton, Mddx, House at Hampton; messuages called Great Sir Hughes and Down House Farm at Gt Baddow (these to be sold).
Other personal names. Pr: 4th October 1751

WALKERN  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Fine  DE/A/2581  Hilary 1796

Contents:
John Parry and Charles Hope, plts; John Chambers Dorrill and Matilda his wife, defs.
Moiety of manor of Earls Hall; moiety of site of manor, moiety of 20 messuages, 20 tofts, 2 dovehouses, 20 gardens; 1,800 acres of land; wood, Furze and Heathland; marsh; tithes of Prittlewell, manor of Merton als Marton in Surrey; 5 messuages, etc in Walkern, Herts

Sale particulars with map  DE/A/2582  11th August 1825

Contents:
Clay Hall, Clay Hall Farm, Bassetts Green Farm.
Fields listed.
Field names

ANSTEY  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2583  17th April 1688

Contents:
Admission of Robert Taylor after surrender of John and Susan Allen. Taylor's surrender to use of John Bawcocke and his admission.
Pasture called Ravens (3 acres). Manor of Anstey ad Castrum

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2584  22nd April 1712

Contents:
Admission of George Robins (after surrender of George Holgate) and his surrender to use of his will (to Mary Robins).
9 acres of land and pasture lying in common fields of Anstey

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2585  30th March 1714

Contents:
Admission of John and Mary Burr (née Robins) to land late Allen's and their surrender to use of their will. (Having already been admitted to land late Holgate's).
Lands late Holgate's and Allen's in Anstey

Memorandum of surrender out of court  DE/A/2586  30th December 1717

Contents:
Of Edward Hall, clerk, to use of John Burr of Royston, "chyrurgion" and Mary his wife and their heirs.
Messuages called "Mosses" and "Thurstons" in the North End of Anstey; 11 acres of meadow; 36 acres of arable; and 24 acres of meadow late of Wm Turner; Glaizers Grove.
Signature - Edward Hall

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Anstey ad Castrum  DE/A/2587 - 2588  24th July 1749

Contents:
Admission of John Burr on death of John and Mary Burr and his surrender to use of his will.
"Moses" and "Thurstons", etc, and 24 acres of pasture; Glaziers Grove; Ravens Close; 2 roods in Anstey.
Other personal names.
Endorsements attached - receipt for fees on admission

Copy will  DE/A/2589  26th April 1762

Contents:
Of John Burr of Walden, brewer.
Property left to Wyatt Robins "Son of my late Kinsman, George Robins".
Messuages, etc in Anstey and Reed, Royston; messuage in Sandon; brewery in Walden, Essex.
Other personal names.
Witnesses - Thomas Pennystone,
Robt Mapletoft,
Tho Wolfe. Pr: 3rd June 1762

Copy of Court Roll: Manor of Anstey ad Castrum  DE/A/2590  21st October 1763

Contents:
Admission of Wyatt Robins.
"Moses" and "Thurstons" at North End; 11 acres meadow, 36 acres of arable, 24 acres of land, Glaziers Grove, Ravens Close, and 2 roods.
Other personal names

Bond for £250 and interest  DE/A/2591  13th August 1767

Contents:
Wyatt Robins of Ixworth, Suffolk, soap boiler and tallow chandler, and Jabez Wyatt of Walden, Essex, brewer.
Witnesses - Thos Hall Fiske,
W Perkins.
Endorsement - Note by Jabez Wyatt re the money

Agreement for conveyance  DE/A/2592  16th August 1774

Contents:
Between Wyatt Robins and John Prior of Anstey, gent.
½ acre near messuage called "Moses", tenement and close adjoining called Wheelers, messuage called Longs, and 19 acres, acre in Silk Mead called Buntings, 2 messuages called Thurston and Moses, and lands.
Witnesses - J Neild,
G Horsington

Release and quitclaim of legacy of £200  DE/A/2593  17th August 1774

Contents:
John Robins of Lt Hadham, labourer, to Wyatt Robins.
Charge of £200 on land which John Robins had under will of John Burr.
Witnesses - Wm Morris,
Giles Horsington

Release of two legacies of £200  DE/A/2594  19th August 1774

Contents:
Mrs Elizabeth Robins and Thomas Robins to Wyatt Robins.
Charge of £200 on land as in DE/A/2593

Act for Inclosing lands in the parish of Anstey  DE/A/2595  5th May 1826

Contents:
(Printed)

STANDON  [no ref. or date]

List of "Owners of Land Standon Parish"  DE/A/2596  Undated


Related information: [? In connection with Enclosure].
N B This list was inside DE/A/2595

TEWIN  [no ref. or date]

Bundle  DE/A/2624 - 2643  1812

Contents:
Containing: -
Statements of title, case re claims between Earl Cowper and Richard Flower, and correspondence in a dispute over common land and fishing rights at Tewin. With plan

MUCH HADHAM  [no ref. or date]

Copy of a conveyance  DE/A/2650  27th December 1872

Contents:
Arthur G Giles-Puller of Youngsbury to Rev T Randolph of Much Hadham.
4 acres called Hadham Ley Field

SAWBRIDGEWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Fine  DE/A/2652  Trinity 1715

Contents:
James Meere and Thomas Godfrey, quer, and Lawrence Thompson, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, and Joseph Cramphorne, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, defs.
2 messuages, etc and 45 acres in Sawbridgeworth

PAVENHAM (BEDS)  [no ref. or date]

(Copy and original) Deed of feoffment with covenant to produce title deeds  DE/A/2653 - 2654  15th July 1800

Contents:
William Warner Bond of Pavenham, Beds, surgeon and apothecary, to John Perry of Pavenham, baker.
(Quotes deeds from 1690).
Property next to Church Lane:-
Dairy, kitchen, granary, wood barn, and stable

Feoffment by bargain and sale (and copy)  DE/A/2655 - 2656  13th October 1802

Contents:
John Perry to Thomas Allsop of Gt Ravely, Hunts, blacksmith.
Property as in DE/A/2653-4

Bargain and sale  DE/A/2657 - 2658  10th December 1811

Contents:
Thomas Alsop, late of Gt Ravely, Hunts, blacksmith, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury, esquire, and lawyer's account.
"Thatched Cottage" and others in Church Lane.
Other personal names

Bargain and sale  DE/A/2659  10th December 1811

Contents:
Thomas Alsop of Gt Ravely, Hunts, blacksmith, to Benjamin King of Lincolns Inn, esquire.
2 tiled cottages or tenements (part of a messuage lately divided into 3) with gardens

Lease and Release  DE/A/2660 - 2661  7th and 8th June 1831

Contents:
Daniel Giles of Youngsbury to Christopher William Puller of Lincolns Inn Fields, esquire.
2 cottages, yard, etc (described before as one "thatched" cottage

ESSEX  [no ref. or date]

North Weald Bassett and Pebmarsh  [no ref. or date]

Certificate of Land Tax Redemption  DE/A/2662 - 2665  5th March 1799 and 17th June 1799

Contents:
Messuage and manors of Spoons Hall and Dagworth; messuage called Blue Pales als Blobbins, 3 cottages, 4 lands; messuage and cottage; messuage called "Worlds End"; cottage and land with wheelwright's shop; malting, etc, all in Pebmarsh; and messuages and farms in North Weald Bassett

Epping, Pebmarsh and Colne Engaine (Essex); Preston Capes (Northants)  [no ref. or date]

Land Tax Redemption Certificates, etc in wrapper  DE/A/2666 - 2672  1799, 1800 and 1819

Wrapper (torn) to DE/A/2662 - 2672  DE/A/2673  [n.d.]

Contents:
Addressed to Daniel Giles

Pebmarsh  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll  DE/A/2826  3rd July 1634

Contents:
Of court held at Stamborne in "Le Moothall": Manor of Honour of Clare and Manor of Pebmarsh.
Certificate that Nicholas Mannynge was admitted tenant of manor of Pebmarsh and has paid his fee due to Honour of Clare.
Spoones Hall (capital messuage); 18 acres of wood called Pooley Wood; 80 acres of land and pasture; and 6 acres meadow in Pebmarsh

FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Declaration of trust  DE/A/2674  1st May 1765

Contents:
Daniel Mesman, weaver, of Spital Square, Middx, Charles Mesman, weaver, and Daniel Giles of Spital Square, silk broker, to Stephen Cazalet of Hackney, stock broker (Cazalet married the sister of Mesman's and sister-in-law of Giles).
Seals

Mortgage by lease and release  DE/A/2675 - 2676  31st September 1771; 1st October 1771

Contents:
Wm Ottley of Hengrave, Suffolk, esq (1); Gilbert Francklyn of Merryworth, Kent, esq (2); Danial Giles of Twickenham, esquire (3)
(Other transactions recited).
Three 1/16th shares in the "Negro Slaves" (400) in Antigua and other parts of West Indies, in the service of the Government.
Seals.
Signatures - Ottley and Francklyn.
Endorsements - 8th January 1773: Acknowledgment of £1,800 paid by Daniel Giles: quit claim of Francklyn's title, etc to Giles

Lease for a year and Grant to secure Annuities  DE/A/2677 - 2679  20th and 21st April 1772

Contents:
Peter Lamolie of St George, Granada, merchant (1); Lewis Chanvet and Peter Turquand of London, merchants (2); Daniel Giles of Broad Street, London, merchant, John Cranke, Wm, Thomas Hicks, Gabriel Clarmont, Abraham Stephens, Michael Fatio, Danial Mesman, John Chanvet (3).
On island of Granada:-
Coffee plantation and land called L'Hermitage in St David's parish, Granada, containing 50 French Quarres (160 acres); abutting on south on lands of Robert Martellon, east on Mr Bry's and Mr Carre's lands, north on Joseph Lucat's, and west on the "Great River of Little Barcolet".
½ part in plantation called Lac Laymont in the Quarter of Beau Sejour in St George parish (168 acres); abutting north on Kings Wood Lands, south on lands of Mr Demouchy, planter, east on the Kings woodlands, and river Beau Sejour, west on lands of John Nelson, planter; toft known as No 1 in town of St George, at the corner of Government Street and Halifax Street, where a messuage stood which was lately burnt down; Messuage (No 3) in Young Street, and drying houses, negro houses, etc.
Negro slaves (in schedule - names given).
All stock: cattle and sheep; implements of planting.
With Schedule giving names of slaves and table of annuities DE/A/2678
Signature - Lamolie

Grant of annuity arising out of salary  DE/A/2680  27th June 1775

Contents:
Sir Alexander Gilmour, bart, of Craigmillar, clerk comptroller of Board of Green Cloth (1); to Daniel Giles of London, esquire (2); Benjamin Lara of Bury Street, London (3).
Seals.
Signatures

Bonds and Judgement  DE/A/2681 - 2683  1775


Related information: In connection with DE/A/2680.

Contents:
Daniel Giles and Sir Alexander Gilmour

Assignment of Bank Note for £1,000  DE/A/2684  21st May 1794

Contents:
Andrew Jordaine of Southwark, James Brogden of Size Lane, John Skurrey of Tokenhouse Yard, John Rowlan of Aldersgate Street, and Alexander Sutherland of Broad Street, all merchants, (as trustees for James Rowlatt, a bankrupt), to Daniel Giles.
Signatures

Lists of creditors and debtors [? Charles Dalbiac] and accounts, and agreement as to securities for loan of £5,000  DE/A/2685 - 2693  1788-1789

Contents:
(Numbered 1-8 and one un-numbered)

Letter and two bonds  DE/A/2694 - 2696  10th May 1791

Contents:
Charles Dalbiac and Susan and Henrietta Dalbiac, in connection with the payment of annuities

Assignment  DE/A/2697  7th March 1792

Contents:
By way of Collateral Security for payment of 3 annuities to John, Henrietta and Susan Dalbiac.
Charles Dalbiac of Hungerford Park (1); William Wood of London (2); John Dalbiac of Swansea, Henrietta Dalbiac, Susan Dalbiac (3); Daniel Giles and Robert Wilks (4).
Land and slaves, etc in Island of Dominica.
(Names of negroes given).
Seals.
Signatures

Two letters  DE/A/2698 - 2699  10th October 1795; 19th October 1795

Contents:
From John, Jane and Mary Messman to Daniel Giles re money matters

Discharge re settlements  DE/A/2700  10th May 1810

Contents:
Edward Nott of Droxford, Hants, clerk, to Daniel Giles of Albany, and Joseph King, executors of late Daniel Giles of Youngsbury. (Quotes deeds between Giles and Messmans)

Marriage settlement  DE/A/2701  18th July 1765

Contents:
John Mesman of Spital Square, Middlesex, weaver, and Mary Julian, spinster, daughter of Abraham Julian of Castle Street, Leicester Fields, Middx.
Signatures - John Mesman
Mary Julian
Abr Julian
Giles Godin.
Endorsements - Appointment of two trustees (Daniel Giles and Daniel Mesman) on death of John Mesman. 23rd March 1770

Grant of an Annuity of £300 per annum  DE/A/2702  1st August 1770

Contents:
To Mr Giles during the life of Mrs Mary Giles, by Noah Blisson of London, merchant.
Noah Blisson (1); Giles (2); Peter Turquand and Anthony Colombies (3).
Payable out of a moiety of the Plantation called "Les Sources" in the Island of Granada, (coffee, cocoa, 20 negro slaves and lands).
Seals of Lord Mayor.
Signatures.
(Note that it was entered in the Registers Office in Granada 12th January 1771).
Attached: Affidavit by Thos Goostrey, that he witnessed the signatures. This is certified and signed and sealed by the Lord Mayor of London, Barlow Trecothick. 14th September 1770

Affidavit  DE/A/2703  11th January 1774

Contents:
By Daniel Giles and Peter Turquand that the annuity of £300 has not been paid. (Recites indenture 2702).
Attached is certificate by the Lord Mayor of London (Frederick Bull) and a letter of attorney.
Property - as in DE/A/2702.
Seals of Lord Mayor - paper covered.
Signatures

Grant of two annuities  DE/A/2704  15th November 1771

Contents:
One on the life of H R H the Prince of Wales, and the other on the life of Daniel Giles, son of Daniel Giles Junr.
The Hon Conrade Adams of Christ Church Barbados (1); Timothy Caswall and others (purchasers) (2); Nathaniel Mason, trustee (3).
Lists purchasers, amounts of annuities, names of the lives, and their ages.
Signatures - Mason and Adams (by his attorney)

Agreement, defeazance and Assignment of a Bond and Judgement (? in connection with loan)  DE/A/2705  15th August 1781

Contents:
Timothy Bevan of Hackney, gent, and Robert Evance FitzGerald of Weybridge, Surrey, esquire.
Seals.
Signatures

Assignment of a bond  DE/A/2706  20th December 1799

Contents:
William Keene of Tavistock Street, gent, administrator of goods of late Robert E FitzGerald, to Daniel Giles of Guildford Street, Middx.
Seals.
Signature - Keene

Marriage settlement  DE/A/2707  7th August 1804

Contents:
Christopher Puller (1) with Miss Louisa King (2); Richard Puller (3); Daniel Giles, Joseph King, Richard Puller the younger, John B Bosanquet (4).
Seals.
Signatures

Debenture for £10,980  DE/A/2708  10th December 1811

Contents:
In connection with debt owed by Easterby, Hall & Co to Charles Wall. To be payable at £5 % p a.
Signatures - Sir John Cox Hippisley
Arthur Mowbray
William Everett. All Trustees

Bundle of letters, papers, copies of leases, copy of case in chancery (Woodley and ors between v Manning and ors re plantation and slaves [? in connection with a "company"]  DE/A/2709 - 2727  C 1837; Abstract and Copies, etc 1788-1823

Contents:
Includes accounts of plantations giving details of sugar sold, etc.
Other personal names

Bundle of accounts and papers, mostly private, re the Youngsbury estate on death of Mr Charles E Giles-Puller  DE/A/2728 - 2796  1892-1894

Contents:
Includes rentals and accounts re Pebmarsh and Northweald estates in Essex.
(Top document is marked "? Destroy")

Grant of arms  DE/A/2878  [n.d.]

Contents:
To Arthur Giles Giles-Puller (Puller quartered with Giles, and Puller only)

ESTATE MAPS AND PLANS  [no ref. or date]

STANDON  [no ref. or date]

Youngsbury, Sutes and Fabdens  [no ref. or date]

Estate map (coloured)  DE/A/2830  1793

Contents:
By Hollingworth.
Lands belonging to Wm Cunliffe Shaw.
Farms, Demesne lands and woods of the Manors of Youngsbury and Soots with Fabdens.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Youngsbury and Farm  [no ref. or date]

Estate map (coloured)  DE/A/2831  1768

Contents:
By Samuel Driver.
Estate of Mrs Jane Poole.
Youngsbury and Farm. (Shows lane and footpaths across the Park).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Barwick, Latchford, etc  [no ref. or date]

Estate map (coloured)  DE/A/2832  1778


Related information: See DE/A/2833

Contents:
By Hollingworth.
For use of Ambrose Proctor.
Manor of Gt Barwick, with Little Barwick, Cooks, Standon Green End and Shepherds Hill Farms.
[N B This map covers only Barwick and Cooks]. [Other part of map is cut off and is numbered DE/A/2833].
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Standon Green End, Shepherds Hill  [no ref. or date]

Part of Estate Map (coloured)  DE/A/2833  1778


Related information: N B Bottom part of Map DE/A/2832.

Contents:
By Hollingworth.
Standon Green End and Shepherds Hill Farms.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Fabdens  [no ref. or date]

Estate plan (drawn in ink)  DE/A/2834  [Undated - late 18th or early 19th cent]

Contents:
Fabdens Farm purchased of T H Byde.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Paper

Estate plan  DE/A/2835  Undated [early 19th cent]

Contents:
"A Survey of Different Parcels of Lands belonging to Thomas Jeeves......"
Field names.
Other personal names.
Paper

Wadesmill  [no ref. or date]

Plan  DE/A/2836  Undated [Late 18th, early 19th Cent]

Contents:
Of "Wadesmill Houses".
Shows "The Feathers", etc, river, bridge, mill.
Other personal names.
Paper

Colliers End  [no ref. or date]

Estate map  DE/A/2837  1809

Contents:
Of Colliers End Farm (coloured).
Shows village.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Paper

Standon Green End  [no ref. or date]

Estate map (coloured)  DE/A/2838  1774

Contents:
Of estate late of John Hopkins esquire, dec'd.
Surveyed by James Crow and Thomas Marsh.
Standon Green End Farm.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Youngsbury, etc  [no ref. or date]

"A Plan taken from the Standon Inclosure Award of the Estates of Benjamin Giles King Esq, deceased, with adjoining Lands in the Parish of Sacombe now belonging to Lady Giles-Puller"  DE/A/2839  1845

Contents:
[This map was transferred from Highways Department].
Other personal names.
Tracing paper on linen

THUNDRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Kings and Cowards Farms  [no ref. or date]

Estate map (coloured)  DE/A/2840  Undated [? early 18th cent]

Contents:
Of Lands of William Hall, gent.
Kings and Cowards Farms.
Field names.
Other personal names.
Parchment

Cowards  [no ref. or date]

Estate map  DE/A/2841  September 1824

Contents:
Of Cowards Farm surveyed by W Hubbard, Dartford, Kent.
(Pen and colour).
Cowards Farm - belonging to heirs of Wm Pemble. (Shows the Windmill).
Field names.
Other personal names.
Paper

Wadesmill, etc  [no ref. or date]

Survey  DE/A/2842  4th October 1788

Contents:
Of lands by Charles Hurrell Esq.
Surveyed by J Moore of Hoddesdon, Herts.
Shows from Scrubs Green to Oldfield Common.
Paper

Plan  DE/A/2843 - 2844  16th December 1793

Contents:
Of alterations to River Rib in Youngsbury Park (near the Bath House) and valuation.
Surveyed and valued by J Moore.
Rush Mead, Broad Mead, Over Water Mead.
Paper

STANDON  [no ref. or date]

Youngsbury  [no ref. or date]

Photograph of plan  DE/A/2845  18th cent [after 1768]

Contents:
Of Youngsbury Park by Lancelot Brown.
(Original in possession of Mr J Arkwright, (Thundridge Hill)

MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

Southgate  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Will and Probate  DE/A/2577  22nd August 1795

Contents:
Of Samuel Pole squire, of Southgate, Middlesex.
Other personal names. No probate date given

Twickenham  [no ref. or date]

Agreement for a lease  DE/A/2805  14th May 1779

Contents:
Daniel Giles and Raphael Franco of City of London, esq.
Messuage, tenement, etc at Twickenham; small house next to it; 2 fields.
Witnesses - Jona Thompson, W Sampson.
Signature - Franco

LONDON  [no ref. or date]

Spital Square  [no ref. or date]

Label to next group of documents relating to "Spital Square"  DE/A/2797  Undated

Contents:
"House in Spital Square, formerly let to Frushard.
Ground lease at £5 per annum. Expires Lady Day 1803

Lease for 71 years  DE/A/2798  20th March 1732

Contents:
William Tillard of Nortonfolgate to William Goswell, citizen and carpenter of London.
Piece of ground in Spital Square for building on. (Measurements given).
£500 to be spent on the building.
(Plan given).
Seal.
Signature - Tillard

Assignment of lease  DE/A/2799  22nd December 1736

Contents:
John Winn of Norton Folgate, stable-keeper (1); Wm Goswell, carpenter (2); Peter James Doux Saint, merchant (3).
Messuage and land in Spital Square.
Other personal names.

Assignment of lease by mortgage  DE/A/2800  20th September 1749

Contents:
Peter J Doux Saint of Norton Folgate (1); Elizabeth Paine (2); John Sabatier and Peter Fermignac (3).
Premises in Spital Square.
Other personal names.
Signature - Doux Saint

Agreement for Assignment of lease  DE/A/2801  14th December 1759

Contents:
Peter J Doux Saint to Daniel Giles.
Tenement in Spital Square in which Doux Saint dwells. Schedule of fittings, etc to be sold.
Witnesses - John Sabatier, James Miffant
Signatures.
Endorsements - Receipt for purchase money for fittings

Assignment of a lease  DE/A/2802  25th March 1760

Contents:
John Labatier of Christ Church, Middx, weaver, and Peter Fermignac of Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, gent (1); Elizabeth Doux Saint of Norton Folgate and John Vansomer, weaver (2); Elizabeth Paine, the younger, of Spitalfield, widow, and Daniel Giles, the younger, of Christ Church.
Land and premises in Spital Square

Counterpart of a lease for 21 years  DE/A/2803  22nd November 1769

Contents:
Daniel Giles to James Frushard of Spitalfields, silk broker.
Messuage or tenement in Spital Square.
List of trades that must not be carried on in the building.
Schedule of fittings given.
Signature - Frushard

Lease for 12¾ years  DE/A/2804  12th January 1790

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Peter Guilleband of Spital Square.
Messuage or tenement in Spital Square.
(List of fittings, etc, as in DE/A/2800).
Signature - Guilleband

Spital Square, Spitalfields  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 42 years  DE/A/2821  20th February 1748

Contents:
Viscount Folkestone to Daniel Giles of Spitalfields, weaver.
Messuage on west side of Crispin Street abutting on a chapel, with right of way along a passage for the annual perambulation of bounds by the parishioners of St Botolph, Bishopsgate.
Seals - red wax - armorial.
Signature - Folkestone

Articles of Agreement  DE/A/2822  3rd November 1775

Contents:
Daniel Giles and George Allen of Christ Church, Middlesex, victualler.
Allen agrees to let Giles have free passage to a doorway which is to be made in wall.
Signatures

Counterpart of lease for 14 years  DE/A/2823  3rd November 1775

Contents:
Daniel Giles, merchant, to Christopher Prichard of Christ Church, Middx, weaver.
Messuage or tenement on west side of Crispin Street next to Chapel.
Signature - Prichard

St Botolphs without Bishopsgate  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of lease for remainder of term (mortgage)  DE/A/2806  30th April 1761

Contents:
Edward Lewis to William Minet.
(Quotes deed: Lord Mayor of London and Bethlehem Hospital to Lewis).
Messuage lately erected and land at Old Bethlem.
Other personal names.
Signature - Lewis.
Endorsement - receipt for £2,200

Articles of Agreement in connection with mortgage (2 copies)  DE/A/2807 - 2808  3rd October 1764

Contents:
Edward Lewis of London, esq (1); William Minet of London, merchant (2); Charles Crockatt (3).
(Quotes deed of 21st September 1765 between Mayor and Commonalty of London and Governors of Hospital of Bethlem and Edward Lewis).
Land in Old Bethlem and a brick built messuage there.
Signatures

Mortgage and counterpart  DE/A/2809 - 2810  7th November 1766

Contents:
Charles Crockatt of London, merchant (1); Edward Lewis of London, esq (2); William Minet of London, merchant (3); Henry Potts of Westminster (4).
Ground in Old Bethlem, St Botolphs, together with a brick built messuage.
Seals - 3 red wax - armorial.
Signatures.
Endorsements - receipts

Bond  DE/A/2811  7th November 1766


Related information: In connection with mortgage (DE/A/2809)

Contents:
Charles Crokatt of London, merchant, to Henry Potts of St James, Westminster.
Witnesses - Tho Benn,
Joshua Eamonson.
Signature - Crockatt

Assignment of lease for remainder of term (mortgage)  DE/A/2812  10th November 1769

Contents:
Samuel Potts of Pall Mall, esquire, (administrator of goods of late Henry Potts) (1); Anna Crockatt, widow, (administrative of goods of Charles Crockatt) (2); to Daniel Giles.
Messuage and land in Old Bethlem.
Signatures.
Endorsements - receipts for £2,200 and £1,300

Mortgage for £2,000  DE/A/2813  26th February 1770

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Arthur Jones of Lincolns Inn.
Tenement and land in Old Bethlem.
Seals - armorial - red wax.
Signature - D Giles.
Endorsements - assignment of mortgage:
Arthur Jones to William Brightwell Sumner of Gt George Street, esquire.
26th February 1770

Further mortgage for £500  DE/A/2814  23rd March 1773

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Arthur Jones.
Tenement and land in Old Bethlem.
Signature - Daniel Giles

Mortgage for £500 (registered)  DE/A/2815  23rd March 1773

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Arthur Jones.
Land and tenement in Spital Square.
Other personal names.
Signature - Giles

Assignment of mortgage of leasehold  DE/A/2816  27th November 1778

Contents:
Arthur Jones to John Lefevre of Old Ford, Middlesex.
Tenement and land in Old Bethlem, and tenement and land in Spital Square.
Other personal names.
Witnesses.
Signatures.
Endorsements - assignment to John Barber (exor. of Arthur Jones) and receipt for £2,090. 13. 0, 24th October 1780

Re-assignment of mortgage  DE/A/2817  15th June 1781

Contents:
John Barber (exor of will of Arthur Jones) to Daniel Giles.
Tenement and land in Old Bethlem.
Signature - Barber

Counterpart of lease for 21 years  DE/A/2818  1st September 1781

Contents:
Daniel Giles, merchant, to John Ironmonger, silk broker.
Messuage in Old Bethlem.
Signature - Ironmonger

Counterpart of lease for 12 years  DE/A/2819  28th February 1811

Contents:
Daniel Giles to Edward Bland Corney of Old Broad Street, merchant.
Messuage on west side of Old Bethlem (No 31) late in occupation of Matthew Raikes (abuttals given).
Signature - Corney

Lease for 11 years (counterpart)  DE/A/2820  10th March 1812

Contents:
Daniel Giles of Youngsbury to John Tunno of St Botolph.
House in Old Bethlem (abuttals given).
Signature - Tunno

SURREY  [no ref. or date]

Beddington  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years  DE/A/2824  28th March 1785

Contents:
Robert Wood of Beddington, Surrey, yeoman; Richard Garret, printcutter (both churchwardens); George Charrington, yeoman; John Williamson, snuff manufacturer (both overseers of poor); Rev John B Ferrers, clerk; Wm Pellatt esq and William Bristow (landowners) (1); to Daniel Giles of Beddington (2).
Messuage or tenement, etc, near the gate in the roadway leading from Chatshill to house of Daniel Giles, lately used as workhouse.
Signatures

Lease for 21 years  DE/A/2825  4th May 1791

Contents:
Daniel Giles of Beddington to Francis Baring of Mincing Lane, London.
2 acres at Beddington (where a messuage stood) and a newly erected messuage, coach house, etc, 1 acre near church, and cottage upon it, messuage and lands, site of 2 cottages.
Signatures.
Inventory of furnishings

BUCKS  [no ref. or date]

Denham, Iver, Langley, Stoke Poges  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of mortgage  DE/A/2827  7th March 1672/3

Seals - broken

Contents:
Mary Parrey, widow of John Parrey, late of London, scrivener, and John Thurlby of London, gent, to Robert Bird of Staple Inn, gent, and John Adams of London, scrivener.
Alderborne Farm and Swillies Spring in Denham, Iver and Langley, Stoke Poges.
Field names.
Signatures.
Endorsements - memorandum that 2 coppices had been assigned to Henry Cane.

Receipt for £150  DE/A/2828  7th March 1672/3

Contents:
Paid by Robert Bird to John Thurleby.
Witnesses - John Adams,
Robert Drake,
John Hasting,
Arthur Myles,
Signature - Thurleby

NORFOLK  [no ref. or date]

Bond  DE/A/2829  13th October 1641

Seals - fragment

Contents:
William Lillye of West Winch, Norfolk, and Richard Bettes of South Lynn, Norfolk.
Witnesses - Thomas Lillye,
William Bland, senr and junr.
Signature - William Lilly

OFFICIAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Election addresses  DE/A/2597 - 2598  2nd October 1851; 13th April 1852

Contents:
By Thomas Trevor, George J Bosanquet, Christopher William Puller (on one sheet); and C W Puller (printed)

Two printed copies of registers of Electors (whole county) (one annotated for certain areas) and four replies on forms "I intend to Vote for Mr Puller ......"  DE/A/2644 - 2649  1851-2 and 1862-3

Rules and Regulations for the government of the House of Correction in Hertford  DE/A/2599  8th January 1821

Printed calendars of prisoners at Lent and Summer Assize 1816 with notes re sentences, etc  DE/A/2600 - 2601  1816

Contents:
(Daniel Giles, Sherriff).
Other personal names

Accounts of John Currie while Sherriff of Herts  DE/A/2602 - 2621  1812

Contents:
(Javlin men, trumpeters, food, etc)

Bond for £2,000  DE/A/2622  4th March 1816

Contents:
Thomas Nicholson of Hertford, gent, and Thomas Spence, esquire, to Daniel Giles of Youngsbury, Sherriff.
(Nicholson and Spence to be Under-Sherriffs)

Case of Plaintiff in Writ of error, to be heard in the House of Lords  DE/A/2623  Undated (after 1825)

Contents:
Daniel Giles (Sherriff) Plaintiff; Harry Grover and James Pollard, Defendants in error

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